Ive got a direct vent Keystoker 105 and I am very curious about any hints or tips on cleaning it and how often you clean it over the winter season. I have heard, because of the 105's double wall construction, it makes cleaning it more difficult that a Keystoker 90. Any help or advice from long time 105 owners would be much appreciated.
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We remove grates ,scrap off old cement, clean under grates. Put back in reseal with stove cement across back along each seam but not near the holes. Also remove chimney pipe vacuum out vent tubes. Also oil door hinges and handles. The motor etc needs lubricating but haven't figured that part out yet or if anything else needs lubrication.. if you do let me know