No the flue is not hooked up yet
I had some guys move it to the exact spot I want it in last night
I have the pipe I need to run from the stove to the wall,still need elbows
The store I was at didn't have any
Going to get parts this afternoon
I also have all brand new 6" chimney pipe,and the whole kit for installing
That part I think I can handle from the other stoves
Tried to take pictures ,can't find my camera
Tried with my cell phone
The phone wont transfer the pictures to the card
So I'm going to email the pictures to myself
My question's are do I run a pipe from the coal to the propane cold air intake?
If so,can I enter the furnace from the opposite side of the propane furnace?
The furnace is up against a wall,the cold air intake is thru that wall into the greenhouse
Or should the coal have its own cold air intake independent of the propane?
Do I need to make a plenum for the coal stove?
or do I just run pipe over to it?
Do I have to remove the plenum on the propane furnace?
There is a plenum with ductwork coming off it(propane)
Not sure where I introduce the coal hot air to the propane furnace
The diagrams show many different ways of doing it
What kind of pipe do I use to do all this?
regular black stove pipe or special furnace pipes?
I am going to try to post the link to the manualhttp://www.usstove.com/Dealers/images/owners_man_4697.pdf
Its nice to have some practical advice
Thank you all for your support!
going to email my self pictures....then try to upload them here