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Baza; Nice photos, thanks for sharing !
 
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Smokeback?
 
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Satamax Antone wrote:Smokeback?

The owner of this stove is preety satisfied with this design but complained that it das smokeback only when there is lots of fog that you can't see only white outside but than again when that happens it is not that cold and you can use the sistem before and afther to have a good temperature inside. This I am thinking it might be because there is mostly steam coming out than smoke and the fog is also water vapor ...
 
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To ma you need a proper chimney.

Not just a stub against a wall.
 
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It is very rarely that they have fog there and when they do it only happens. One good thing to do would be to insulate the exit flue for this, but as I said I am not the owner there I just helped to buil it and the owner , she is content with how it works. But yeah I know what you mean if it was for me I would go for insulating the chimney. The down part of it is like a cone and is where the creosote liquid is coming out.
 
I suggest huckleberry pie. But the only thing on the gluten free menu is this tiny ad:
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