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Stove pipe secrets

do it yourself Jotul installation 2011Jotul how to install photo
We got the new Jotul woodstove installed onto the hearth today.

The first fire will need to wait till we finish sealing up the chimney which is contingent on nice weather for the cement to cure right.

One of these days I'll figure out the secret to connecting a piece of stove pipe to itself. I'm not sure if it's my technique or a weak design, but something tells me there's a trick to snapping them together that must be easier than the round about way I've been doing it.



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If there is a better way to do it, we haven't' found it. Swearing and gnashing of teeth seems to be required.
Comment by Karen Sat Jan 29 17:24:38 2011
I'm glad to hear that. Well, not glad that you have trouble too, but glad that we're not doing something stupid and making the procedure harder than it has to be. :-)
Comment by anna Sat Jan 29 18:44:20 2011





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