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Bm36hcd i have a bm36hcd intertherm wood fireplace and i need a pipe to hook to the top of the fireplace wondering if you can tell me what kind of pipe i need? thanks carl you can email me at dodge931@yahoo.com

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SOURCE: i have a intertherm fire place in my modular home.

Yes. There is a label just behind the glass, on the right side of the firebox. It says it is intended for wood. (solid wood fuel).

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