brin wrote:Anybody know of a way to reform the pipe and make it round like it is supposed to be?
Maybe a tourniquet of rope and brute force twisting might do it? That's what I'm going to try unless someone knows an easier method.
If the pipe is installed, a real big C clamp and some notched 2X4s at the widest point. You will have to go past the point of round slightly as it will have some spring to it. Just go a little and back off, if it isn't enough, squeeze it again. You can do it with your foot if the stovepipe is on the floor.