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    Snap-Lock Black Steel 90-Degree Stovepipe Elbow - 6-Inch Diameter

    21.95
    List Price: $26.99
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    • Connects stoves to chimneys
    • 90 angle conveniently offsets venting obstructions
    • Sturdy 24-gauge steel construction
    • Sleek black finish
    • 6" diameter
    • 18" clearance to combustibles
    • Easily connects to other Snap-Lock products
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    Manufacturer: Snap-Lock
    Part Number: 6-24-602C
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-73640

    Features

    • Connects stoves to chimneys
    • 90 angle conveniently offsets venting obstructions
    • Sturdy 24-gauge steel construction
    • Sleek black finish
    • 6" diameter
    • 18" clearance to combustibles
    • Easily connects to other Snap-Lock products
    The Snap-Lock Black Steel 90-degree Stovepipe Elbow is made to connect stoves to chimneys allowing your stove to be properly vented. The 90 degree angle allows for venting obstructions to be offset easily. The 24-gauge steel construction makes it sturdy and reliable for everyday use; allow an 18 inch clearance to combustibles. It is easily connected to other Snap-Lock products with a 6inch diameter and has a sleek black finish to blend in with your homes surrounding decor.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    By Earl Balmer from 8115 N. Skyline Dr, Floyds Knobs, In. 47119 on May 25, 2012
    Do You have a elbow that is female on both ends? I have a Fisher stove that the pipe comes out back of stove. 6". If the elbow was female on both ends I wouldn't have any leaks.
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on May 29, 2012

    Answer:
    Unfortunately, we do not carry a stovepipe elbow that is female on both ends. Each item will have a crimped male end already manufactured.

    It is possible to cut the crimp off of the elbow if need be, but the male end would usually be pushed down into the stove, in order for creosote to run back into the combustion chamber. On many older stoves, they were designed the other way around, but stovepipe systems with the female end down are very difficult to find now.

    It is possible to retrofit an older stove to use the male end piping, as long as you us the pipe in conjunction with furnace cement.

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