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Build a wood burning stove in an existing hearth with SS chimney pipe  RSS feed

 
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Hi All,

I removed an existing fireplace insert from our hearth because it smelled like gasses every time we ran it.

The chimney still has a ~6" stainless steel pipe that runs down.

I am looking to build a rocket type stove using just fire brick & clay / cob mix.

Are there plans for that somewhere? Any ideas? I don't need instant heat, just looking to utilize the space effectively.

Thanks!

 
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