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notime

05:46AM | 12/04/03
Member Since: 12/03/03
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Bvhvac
i installed a new propane furnace in my camp
but on a windy night my pilot go's out and
no heat. i have a 16" block chimney with no
hood or anything on top also my 5" pipe to
chimney after the elbow is a straight shot into chimney, do i need any other kind of chimney cap or any other kind of pipe work?
any help appreciated

notime

02:59AM | 12/05/03
Member Since: 12/03/03
2 lifetime posts
a big thank you for the comeback.
one more ? do i use black pipe or
galvanized or is a liner something other
than above?
thanks again

plumber Tom

07:47AM | 12/08/03
Member Since: 05/10/03
801 lifetime posts
What Harold means is a flexable liner (pipe) that is approved by your local code. If 5" is coming off of your flue collar, then the size of the liner should be 5 inches. Manufacturers frown on reducing. Natural gas and propane require aluminum liners. Wood stoves require stainless steel. A common manufacturer name is Z-FLEX. It comes with the liner, the flashing for the top of the chimney and the cap. You need 100% silicone caulk to secure the flashing.
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