Yanche wrote:The referenced installation diagram shows one acceptable barometric damper location as being in the chimney. I've never seen such an installation but it seems to be an ideal location. It keeps the flue gas velocity up in the stovepipe, hopefully carrying the fly ash with it.
It probably is and a lot of industrial stuff is done that way.
The baro must be in the same room as the appliance to work properly.
I was thinking of moving the stovepipe to a lower thimble and putting the baro in the old one on mine, less pipe = less ash.