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post #12 of Old 11-15-2010
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Just a note of caution.. flue gases need to be somewhat hot to work with the combustion process in the burner compartment. is the newport lined in a type of fire brick? (also for good combustion) You would not want the gases condensing into water and dripping back down into the stove.

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