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General Discussion / Re: Is accumulation of ash in the tube an issue?
« Last post by Jaron on Today at 08:30:32 AM »
We also hear about a few select folks who need their Wiseway cleaned every week or two. :o ??? This all due to the quality of the pellets bought. Your cheaper pellets will be poorly compressed so they do not providing enough time in the burn chamber before being blown away by the draft and deposited. Cheaper pellets are also full of nonburnable material and will fill up any pellet stove with dust. For example "Rural King" pellets for $4/bag are probably not a good choice whereas a local brand to you that costs $5/bag will not cause the trouble you see.
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General Discussion / Re: Is accumulation of ash in the tube an issue?
« Last post by NeilWalton on March 20, 2019, 02:39:32 PM »
I have heard and have seen online discussions that the stove will need to be cleaned every couple of fills including the chamber and chimney.

Can you clarify please?
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Installation Discussion / Re: operation
« Last post by Jaron on March 18, 2019, 10:07:26 AM »
This is a draw issue.
Your draft is being affected by not being above your roof line. It is not able to keep a draft induced without this.
Please send pictures!
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Installation Discussion / operation
« Last post by binners on March 16, 2019, 08:02:32 AM »
Hi,  I have recently installed a wiseway in my basement.  I had to use 51" of horizontal double wall pipe to reach the outside of the house.  We now have 16' of vertical pipe but it is not above at the roof of my house. I cannot keep the stove running.  It will burn only about 2 hours before it goes out.  How can I improve this?
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General Discussion / Re: Is the Wiseway smokeless?
« Last post by AlexErm on February 26, 2019, 06:08:15 PM »
Today I used my wiseway again. heating the pipe took 20 minutes. outside temperature -20C. everything worked well. The only thing I am still trying to control is the constant temperature around 500F. if not to control, then it can rise strongly and I worry about the pipes. They, like on your site, Duravent, are designed to a maximum of 570F.
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General Discussion / Re: Is the Wiseway smokeless?
« Last post by AlexErm on February 26, 2019, 05:58:31 PM »
the last pipe blocks the ingress of water or snow, but I will try
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General Discussion / Re: Is the Wiseway smokeless?
« Last post by Jaron on February 26, 2019, 03:33:46 PM »
You get back smoke because your flue is not tall enough. Remove that last 45 degrees facing down. This setup will lose draw on occasion. Thanks for posting!!
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General Discussion / Re: Is the Wiseway smokeless?
« Last post by AlexErm on February 26, 2019, 07:45:55 AM »
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General Discussion / Re: Is the Wiseway smokeless?
« Last post by AlexErm on February 26, 2019, 07:39:57 AM »
total length of the pip D3" Selkirk SuperVent is 9 feets


Usage:For venting pellet burning stoves approved for use with PL-Vent. The appliance's flue gases must not exceed 570 F (298.80 C).
Sizes:3" Diameter
Materials:
Case - GalvalumeT AZ 150
Liner - Type 304 - Stainless Steel
Collar - Aluminized
Listing: Listed to ULC S609, ULC/ORD C441 and UL 641
Features and Benefits:
- 1" clearance to combustibles
- Sturdy collars for snug fit.
- Approved with 45 elbow termination and collar with screen.
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General Discussion / Re: Is the Wiseway smokeless?
« Last post by AlexErm on February 26, 2019, 07:36:21 AM »
this is my stove. CANADA QUEBEC
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