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Help required with mini rocket stove

 
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What a great project! Thank you for taking the time and making the effort to get this right. And, what a lovely stove you have as a result! Several years ago I was trying to live in a 3 x 3 meter house and wanted a tiny stove just like this, but didn't have the skills or imagination to work it out. Good on you!
 
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Hello! The exhaust tube out of your van need to be pretty high... 1 1/2 meter or 2...
 
If you have a bad day in October, have a slice of banana cream pie. And this tiny ad:
An EPA Certified and Building Code/UL Compliant Rocket Stove!!!!!
EPA Certified and UL Compliant Rocket Heater
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