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Got a rayburn 355sfw stove dealer says 6 inch flue going to 7 inch after offset but rayburn paperwork says 7 inch going to 8 inch after offset would it make much diffrance its brand new and want to get it right cheers

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You need to go by paper work it their to work at its maximum they would say6/7 if thats what it needed the manufacture has tested this product and this is the result of their test

Posted on Sep 14, 2010

Testimonial: "thanks a lot will go with that, sounds right to me cant belive the actual dealer was going for the smaller size must have been the easy option "

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