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Old 12-24-2015, 12:36 PM
C_Weber C_Weber is offline
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Hi I am new and looking for 1 part or any help. I bought a Winner Atlanta Stove works Wood Stove and cant seem to find the correct Adapter to connect it any place. its like this? Thanks in advance for the help.
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Old 12-24-2015, 12:46 PM
W. Hilditch W. Hilditch is offline
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There is no adapter. You squish the bottom of the stove pipe into an oval and it fits perfectly over the flange.

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Old 12-24-2015, 09:15 PM
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Sir, You need information on wood stoves and their parts. Go to www.HEARTH.com They have everything about wood stoves and where to get parts. David
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Old 12-25-2015, 10:42 AM
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I'm with Hilditch on this, it looks like a 6" pipe smashed down into an oval. Good call guy!
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Old 12-27-2015, 12:24 AM
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Scott, maybe we should tell ‘The Rest of The Story’: The crimped end of the stove pipe goes up and is at the top. It works more better that way.

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Old 12-27-2015, 12:58 AM
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Nah, he'll figure it out with the first fire. He might want to smoke his meat while cooking it.
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Old 12-27-2015, 06:45 PM
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Mr Hilditch, Sir you are exactly backwards. The crimped end of the stove pipe is made to go down, If you look at all the stove installation instructions you well see that to be true, The reason is to keep creosote in the pipe. It is a liquid and well run down the pipe and back to the stove. If it's backwards the creosote well run down and out the pipe to the outside and make a big mess, You are thinking of smoke getting into the room from the joint but really that doesn't happen , The draw of the flue when the stove is running creates a low pressure area in the pipe and air is drawn into the pipe at the joint. Crimped end down well make a big mess. David
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Old 12-27-2015, 08:36 PM
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Well I have to admit that I was wrong on that one. I found this quote "designed so that the crimped (male) end of the pipe always points toward the stove." It seems like David is half right. The reason is that condensation won't drip down the outside of the pipe, not creosote. Now I not saying that the condensation doesn't thin the creosote and both can drip. Nice call David and thanks for the schooling.
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Old 12-27-2015, 11:18 PM
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There seems to be some confusion between modern day stove pipes and those of yesteryear. The ones on a cast iron stove pre-1950 had a crimped end that looked like a sine wave. Dripping creosote was not an issue and the crimped end went up as it would not fit over the flange on a cast iron stove. Same with the newer plain import CI stoves with an oval exhaust flange. Pieces of this kind of pipe are now bought in flat sheets to be hooked together for a couple dollars a foot.

Like this: Upside down will not work with this. Period.

NOT like this:

We are not dealing with a modern stove here so one would use the appropriate stovepipe with the crimped side up. The creosote quickly plugs the gaps. Look at the historic cabins and houses. The lower piece will go inside the upper piece. I have two and have seen many. David, for an Atlanta Stove Works stove, I assure you I am not the one upside down.

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