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Re: A follow-up question on the woodstove/brick he


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Posted by walt on May 28, 2003 at 09:51:06 from (65.135.143.55):

In Reply to: A follow-up question on the woodstove/brick hearth posted by Paula on May 28, 2003 at 06:38:38:

One thing I did for safety. I put cement backerboard on the wall, then 1" airspace, then the brick. If you remove the heat shields at the bottom, be careful. I think you can download the manual at Dutchwest that gives minimum distance from different types of material. I still have my install manual. It has data for the small, large and extra-large.


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