Power Vent for My Keystoker Furnace, Anyone Use Them?

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Post Sat. May. 20, 2006 9:41 am

in my last post I referred to it as a direct vent system. I believe what I meant was a power vent. has anyone used these and howmuch do they cost?

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Post Sat. May. 20, 2006 10:32 pm

They run around 500.00 and are much more cost effective then putting up a chimney. They do use electricity and are noisier than a chimney run stoker.

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Post Thu. Sep. 21, 2006 2:16 pm

Yes, works good and you don't need a large chimney, ours just has a piece of pipe thru the wall, a TEE and a cap.

Do a search on this, I have posted pics previously.
Direct Vent Vs Power Vent...

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