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Old 11-12-13, 09:47 AM   #6
solarhotairpanels
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If you're talking about the vent over the 'stove' I would be careful there.

I'd use a fire retardant type material if I were building one for that vent.
I'd also make it so you could get in there and pull it out for cleaning or replacement because of stove grease may build up on the cloth over time.

just a thought?
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