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Where is the damper located on a wood stove?

A metal disc is inserted inside a bypass duct or stovepipe in order to damper the stove. The spot where the pipe exits into a chimney is usually 12 to 18 inches from the stove. The damper keeps the heat in the chimney or flue.

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