I have one, nice stove.
I would recommend emailing Alaska and getting a manual emailed to you.
There is way too much info to put here. Maintenance, cleaning, draft settings.
From the manual -
Masonry Chimney Connection
Existing chimney, determine weather your chimney is suitable for installation. NOTE: It is strongly recommended that
you have your chimney professionally cleaned before installation.
n Interior masonry chimney’s require a liner kit to be installed minimum requirements 4” - 316 stainless steel
or better quality .006 gage or heavier for the full length of the chimney.
n Exterior chimney liner is optional but strongly recommended.
n Class A chimney interior and exterior must of 316 stainless steal or better grade. Liner kit not required but
Exterior chimneys do not require liner kits, but it is strongly recommended to size the chimney to match
the venting of the appliance. The 316 stainless steel is a type of alloy, any lesser alloy will deteriorate at
an increased rate. Although 316 stainless steel is a higher quality alloy proper maintenance of the liner
kit must be maintained. Follow manufacturers instructions for cleaning
Pellet Vent Chimney Systems
n Pellet vent pipe may be installed, size 4” 316 stainless steel lined or better grade. Install stainless steel per
manufacturers instructions. Be sure to seal all joints with high temperature silicone and attach each joint
with three screws
Use a 4” pellet vent pipe to attach stove to chimney. Start with a 4” appliance connector on back of Gnome.
Next attach a tee with plug to appliance adapter. Two 45 degree elbows maybe attached to the tee to center pipe
with back of stove or rotate tee to a 45 degree angle and attach one 45 degree elbow. Either method is acceptable.
Attach pipe as needed and elbow connect to liner in chimney. Follow manufacturers instructions for pipe clearance to
wall. Use high temperature silicone and three screws to connect all joints