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PostPosted: Wed Oct 25, 2017 5:48 pm 
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Have this old and very battered gas fire vent on the exterior wall that I want to replace.

Having some difficulty finding anything similar online that isn't plastic or not designed for gas fires. It does get warm to the touch, not burning hot, but pretty warm at times.

Anyone have any ideas where and what I could replace this with? Cheers.


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possibly one for the heating engineers. Moved.


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You are only allowed to fit the original manufacturer specified flue to any gas appliance.

In your case I would doubt the flue is available as a spare any more.

It should also have a metal guard over it.

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gas4you wrote:
You are only allowed to fit the original manufacturer specified flue to any gas appliance.

In your case I would doubt the flue is available as a spare any more.

It should also have a metal guard over it.

So if I can't find the exact flue, what are my options?

Could I fit something like this?


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No.

New fire time I’m afraid.

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gas4you wrote:
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New fire time I’m afraid.

ok thanks


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