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    Lyemance 9 in. x 13 in. Energy-Saving Damper

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    List Price: $229.99
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    • Energy-Saving Damper
    • Eliminates as much as 90% of the air loss of a traditional damper
    • Silicone rubber seals tight to save energy and money
    • Mounts easily atop a flue tile
    • Features a 32' stainless cable that drops down the flue and mounts into the firebox
    • Damper always opens easily with 143 lbs. of leverage
    • Includes hardware, silicone sealant, 32' cable and instructions
    • *We don't recommend using top-sealing dampers with gas logs - failure to open could cause carbon monoxide to back up into the house.
    • Manufacturers lifetime warranty
    • Size: 9" W x 13" L
    • Fits Inside Flue Size: 61/4" x 11" to 8-1/8" x 12-1/8"
    • Height of Open Lid: 41/4"
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Lyemance
    Part Number: 12109
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-12109
    UPC: 00076335071862

    Features

    • Energy-Saving Damper
    • Eliminates as much as 90% of the air loss of a traditional damper
    • Silicone rubber seals tight to save energy and money
    • Mounts easily atop a flue tile
    • Features a 32' stainless cable that drops down the flue and mounts into the firebox
    • Damper always opens easily with 143 lbs. of leverage
    • Includes hardware, silicone sealant, 32' cable and instructions
    • *We don't recommend using top-sealing dampers with gas logs - failure to open could cause carbon monoxide to back up into the house.
    • Manufacturers lifetime warranty
    • Size: 9" W x 13" L
    • Fits Inside Flue Size: 61/4" x 11" to 8-1/8" x 12-1/8"
    • Height of Open Lid: 41/4"
    • Cross-Sectional Area: 49 sq. in.
    This is an energy saving damper that can eliminate as much as 90% of the air loss of a traditional damper. It is mounted on top of a flue tile and seals tightly with silicone rubber so that you save both energy and money. A leverage of 143 lbs. opens the damper easily. The kit includes the hardware, 32' cable, silicone sealant and full instructions. Top-sealing dampers are not recommended for use with gas logs because a failure in opening could cause carbon monoxide to build up inside the house. The damper is 9" W x 13" L and fits an inside flue size of 6" x 11" to 8-1/8" x 12-1/8". The cross sectional area is 49 square inches. There is a manufacturer's limited warranty on this item.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    4 Questions & 4 Answers
    George G.
    from Bensalem, PA asked:
    October 21, 2020
    How do you put a chimney cleaning brush down the chimney to clean the inside of the chimney walls?
    1 Answer

    First, we always recommend having a professional chimney sweep perform such cleaning. Typically, they would clean from the top-down, pushing the brush down through the flue to the smoke chamber.

    Submitted by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 22, 2020

    Michelle P.
    from Ontario, CAN asked:
    March 14, 2020
    Can this be shipped to Canada?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, this item cannot be shipped to Canada, because the supplier does not offer this service. We apologize for the inconvenience. 
    Submitted by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on March 16, 2020

    Jess
    from Minneapolis asked:
    November 13, 2019
    Does a rain cap have to be installed over this, and what about odor? Lastly, can the throat damper just be left open if one of these is installed?
    1 Answer
    This damper should not be substituted for, or used without, a chimney cap. Regarding odors, this will reduce any odors associated with downdraft as it effectively seals the chimney from the top. Additionally, this product is used in cases where the damper plate is missing, so it should be used with the damper open. The damper is operated with a cable that is fed from the damper down through the chimney and open damper with a bracket installed on the left or right wall inside the fireplace opening. 
    Submitted by: Will M. on November 13, 2019

    Jim
    from Canonsburg, PA asked:
    September 7, 2019

    Can this be installed with the cable running down the outside of the chimney?

    1 Answer
    No, the cable should run down within the chimney, not outside it.  We apologize for the inconvenience.
    Submitted by: Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 10, 2019

    Customer Reviews
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    100% Recommend this product (4 of 4 responses)
    By Kelly from East Brewton, AL on August 25, 2016
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Had a Draft...Nevermore!
    My parents house was built in the early 60's and while getting work done through out the house, we found that the original damper was dilapidated and was not operable anymore. Our searches on the Internet led us to eFireplaceStore and I ordered 2 each to close off the double flues. 4 days later they arrived and my contractor installed them! We are very well satisfied with the way they operate. They're easy to install and they look very good from the curb.

    Thanks for the timely order and well made material!!!
    By Bill from Portland, Maine on December 13, 2014
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Every chimney should have one!
    I have a wood stove in my 1956 fireplace, with black pipe going up through the existing top-of-the-fireplace cast-iron damper/flue. So, the damper is permanently open and as such, even though I've sealed around the black pipe, I get drafts coming down through the stove (when it's not running). At times, I would come home and the house would smell like chimney/fire even though I hadn't used the wood stove for days. Similarly, with my well-insulated house, when I ran the strong exhaust fan in my kitchen, ice-cold, smelly air would be drawn down the chimney and through the dormant wood stove. Not good.This damper was PERFECT for this situation and frankly should replace every one of the old cast-iron dampers in every fireplace in America since they don't do much to seal off what's basically a wide open HOLE to the great outdoors.It was easy to install - the hardest part is getting on the roof, seriously. You drop the cable down the chimney, check that it swings right when it's sitting on top, and then smear the included goop on top of the clay liner and plop the damper on top. Climb back down, wait for the goop to set and put in a couple of screws for the included bracket to hold the cable out of the way. I can't recommend this highly enough. Seriously; every chimney without one is just a hugely inefficient part of any home.
    ProsEasy installation Good seal Comes with everything you need
    ConsDocumentation should include detailed schematic outlining clearances, etc.
    By Peter from Memphis, TN on December 8, 2014
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Perfect
    Installation very simple. Forms a tight seal. We're very pleased.
    ProsEasy installation Stops all airflow through the chimney Blocks ambient noise Prevents cold air escaping
    ConsWhen the damper is opened after being closed for a few days, small pieces of dirt and (perhaps) leaf debris float down into the fireplace.
    By Bob from Spokane, Washington on November 21, 2014
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Appropriate
    Good workmanship. Some better guidance on installation would be helpful. As it was, we had to figure out the placement, the way to get the rivets into the chimney, the right sealant.
    ProsCraftsmanship good
    ConsINstructions
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