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Re: Decision, finally

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Originally Posted by BirdBrain333 View Post
I hate to give up the cook top but this stove is MUCH narrower without the flared base of the Refleks 66 MK with cook top. One advantage (I hope) of this stove is that I can run a length of flexible flue down to the floor to suck some of the cold air up for combustion.
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Drawing combustion air from inside the cabin is contrary to ABYC standards for very good reasons. CO poisoning and oxygen depletion are serious issues. Your insurance company will likely deny coverage next time you have an insurance survey (unless you hire a drive-by surveyor)..

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