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Need flue cover end caps for amana stove acs3350aw

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  • Antoinette Sherman Sep 07, 2013

    I am also looking for flue end caps, but Amana online parts has discontinued them. Have you had any luck replacing them? Thanks

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SOURCE: I need instructions on how to replace pantry drawer end cap on left side of Amana model AFD2535DES

try this link. just below the diagram there is a link with instructions
http://www.partselect.com/PS2365151-Whirlpool-12656106-Pantry-End-Cap-Left-Side.htm?inventory=2365151&SourceCode=16&SearchTerm=AFD2535DES

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I have a free standing wood burning stove Hearth Stone brand Is there a product that one could wrap the chimney flue with to avoid a small child from burning its hand? Thanks


There is a completely double insulated flue pipe available on the market by SELKIRK and more

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Even if it was a wood burning fireplace from the beginning & was converted to gas ?


Now that's a LOT of additional information. I hesitated to answer your question the way it was worded originally.... IF in fact it is a masonry chimney and originally built to burn wood, you should have a chimney sweep do a thorough inspection of the flue to ensure it is safe to use again. Flue temperatures, while burning wood, EASILY exceed 1200 degrees whereas natural gas flue temps are in the 450 degree range.

It also should have a clay tile liner and not be fabricated of brick only. The unsafe thing of an unlined brick chimney or a chimney with a severely cracked liner has to do with unburned gases condensing within the inner surfaces of the chimney. Some of those gases are moist and will condense on the inner surface and eventually have an unsafe build up that can be ignited by an oversized flame or excessive sparks causing a flue fire. During a flu fire, temperatures exced 2000 degrees and an unlined BRICK flue of that age could have lost some mortar allowing superheated gasses to seep into the crevices. Those superheated gasses then explode when igniged by the flue fire and either do extreme damage to the flue, blow the entire chimney apart or in the worst case scenario burn your house down.

I'm sure you've seen houses burnt and the chimney was left standing....but you have also seen damaged houses with the chimneys blown off the end of the house and laying in rubble toppled out into the yard. The latter visual picture was an example of the end result of the gasses exploding. If the chimney was inside the house instead of on the end of the house, the house would have been burnt also.

There is a lot to be careful about when heating with wood and to start off safely you need to have your chimney inspected and the gas components removed with the gas line capped EXTERNAL of the fireplace.

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I installed the heater to the minimum distance from the ceiling due to the vent cap on the outside wall. The way I read the instructions it appeared the the end of the vent cap could not be within...


the flue is what is called a balanced flue, air in the other flue to burn inner flue is outlet gases , so you cannot just put any flue on there if is not in the makers instructions i would say no or contact the makes to be sure, how far is it from the fence

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Can not get top off how to work on gas surface burners


If you provided the correct model, you should only need to remove the grates to get to the burner caps. Just lift up, on some stoves you may need to slide one of the grates a fraction of an inch away from the other if the grates are in pairs on each side. Then you can lift off the burner caps, note the caps fit onto pegs and must be positioned correctly onto the pegs when you put them back and then the sealed burner units.The drip pans also just lift out. After those parts are out you are at the main top which has no clips or screws on the parts diagram. However the flue cover may block you from just lifting it up.

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(http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?model_id=22014&diagram_id=663880 has detailed diagrams for the parts list.)

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I have an Amana ARGS7650ww. The igniters will not spark.


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I have a quebb master multi fuel fire/stove it has a top flue pipe fitted how can i gain access to the flue to enable chimney sweeping


Hi Davebingj, It is quit simple to solve this problem. Inside your Quebb is a removable roof. You can lift up the roof a small bit, fold it together and pull it out of the front door. Then you have full acces to the flue pipe at the end of the stove. With the sweeping gear, which can bent easily, you can sweep the chimney very good because the sod coming out is staying inside the stove and doesn't sweep aroun the room. Hope this will help. If not give me an mail at: marbert2@eircom.net Hubert.

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I have an older Tappan gas range. There is a


If you are referring to the top of the oven cavity itself (the ceiling in the oven) you may be describing the flue gasket and flue that is mounted on the top of the oven cavity. The part numbers are 316116600 and 316204401, respectively.

If you are referring to the top panel of the stove directly under the console, and in back of the surface burners, you may be describing the oven vent opening. It is normal for this vent to have oven heat escaping it. That's what it is for. That's also why you do not leave anything on the stove top while baking. There is a vent cover that is supposed to install over the opening. The part number is 316104500.

If the model number is correct, you can refer to pcappliancerepair.com for illustrated parts listings. The flue gasket and flue are listed under the "Body" section as items 35 and 36, respectively.

The top vent cover is listed under the Top/Drawer section as item 25.

Please review the parts listings for clarification. If I have identified the wrong parts, based on your description, or if the model number is not correct, please post back and let me know. I hope this helps you.

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Smoking Oven


soundsas if you have a dirty stove, Id reccommend running through en extended cleaning cycle, it will SMOKE, that s geting rid of any food/grease trapped inside the flue and cabinet of unit

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Water and debris in flue liner of Jotul Stove


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You should have a swept T connector at the base, with the sweep going from the stove upwards, but the other end of the T going into a removable cap - or very short length of pipe. If you only have a standard bend - replace it with the T.

This is actually normal for wood burners. In an unlined chimney, the lighter "tar" fractions from the wood would soak into the brickwork, and show through the wall in a few years. In a lined system - they have to go somewhere, and usually condense inside the flue - running back down to the base.
The "chinese hat" style cap is actually very good for everything except sideways hail.

Sorry - but it's the nature of the fuel. It is possible to use a clay based absorbent at the base - Cat litter is actually fine.

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I have a wood burning stove fitted in our modern home. The stove has a vertical flue pipe fitted from the top and up through a purpouse built chimney liner in the ceiling. the lower parts of the system...


(1) The lower "enamel" pipe is possibly Ceramic coated pipe, used for high temperature flue applications.
(2) The "stickey black tar" is creasote. Whoever installed the flue pipe did it wrong. It needs to be reversed so that the "Crimped" end of the pipe is pointing down. That way the creasote will drain back into the stove and get burned up.

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