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Don't know of any common way.

But, I guess this would fall into the "inspector mode" of thinking. Why would it be a question? Has there been a fire lately and the glass survived? Is it smudged? Are fasteners/frame/gasket new? What is wrong with just saying "Looks like a new glass, can't tell if it is hi-temp." Or, "It ain't broke, so must be it is working." I have always thought solid fuel burning devices, not components, are nearly impossible to inspect correctly. Smoke candles, mirrors, talc, taste, visual, etc.

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Originally posted by paul burrell

According to ASHI standards appliances such as wood stoves are not part of the inspection the last time I checked.

Of course if there is a visible defect it should naturally be reported.

Paul B.

How could one report a "visible defect" if one didn't include it as "part of the inspection".

www.ashi.org/inspectors/standards/standards12.asp

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Originally posted by inspecthistoric

Originally posted by paul burrell

According to ASHI standards appliances such as wood stoves are not part of the inspection the last time I checked.

Of course if there is a visible defect it should naturally be reported.

How could one report a "visible defect" if one didn't include it as "part of the inspection".

www.ashi.org/inspectors/standards/standards12.asp

Didn't say not report defects. As a matter of CYA I would report all visible defects. ASHI standards are "minium standards". Any good inspector exceeds these standards on most all jobs they do.

Paul B.

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