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Clearview stove flu


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Do you think this flue is set up correctly? It was fitted by a professional about 6 years ago. It looks to me like the ribbed bit should be pushed down into the top of the stove a bit more to get a better seal. My Dad has the smaller version and his looks to be pushed down into the top of the stove

 

I don't want to tamper with it and mess it up!

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Hi, it looks a bit like what happens with my flue, it looks from the photo like the single wall flue pipe next to the stove is made of two parts designed to be telescopic in order to let expansion and contraction to happen, when this moving joint gets coked up the flue pipe creeps out the top of the stove bit by bit, but it's hard to tell exactly from the pic, cheers.

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