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I'm looking for comments regarding the following response from a chimney sweep based on these photos.

"This appears to be an unlisted stove using stove pipe either as a first flue connector or as a liner. This is not a system that we would service, as it does not appear code compliant and could be a potential fire hazard."

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"appears to be unlisted" probably means he can't find a label on the back. That looks like it is from a manufacturer, so has a paper trail somewhere.

But he seems to say that single-wall stove pipe has been shoved up into the fllue and used as a flue liner. Then he goes on to suggest that he will have nothing to do with it, or something to that effect. [:-boggled

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He's saying it needs an SS liner instead of stovepipe as a liner.

I've found that every sweep now says that all flues need to be immediately relined or the chimney needs to be torn down and rebuilt - or the house will burn down. Some even say that if you don't do it, they'll report it to the fire marshal and your house will be condemned.

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I've found that every sweep now says that all flues need to be immediately relined or the chimney needs to be torn down and rebuilt - or the house will burn down.

That's about right. It's gotten a little goofy. The "standard" is now so minutely proscribed, one could argue that even a brand new tile lined installation is dangerous.

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