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    Thank you JTP

    Thank you for this great information!

    Who would be a reputable business that can do this?

    I am near Charlotte, NC.

    Thanks again,
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    Drafty Fireplace Insert

    Since I cannot get information on how to resolve the problem,

    does anyone recommend an engineer or fireplace expert in the Charlotte area that can fix my problem?

    Thanks to anyone who can...
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    Insert

    I hope that I can answer the questions accurately.

    The flex tube is one piece to the top.

    I believe it is sealed with a metal plate at the top and bottom.

    I believe there was an air intake...
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    Insert

    The insert is a Regency 13100 installed in a brick fireplace with a flexsteel tube.
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    Not Voided

    I can always take out the insulation if I ever decide to burn wood again which I probably won't ever again until someone can ever come up with a real fix.
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    Fixed The Problem

    I fixed the problem by pulling out the blower fan front and stuffed the holes with insulation.

    Problem Solved!
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    Burn Fire

    I can burn a fire fine but I am not burning wood this season.

    Burning wood is not a fix.
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    Drafty Fireplace Insert

    I have a Regency wood burning fireplace insert that pours cold air in the house. It is connected to a flex steel pipe to the top of the chimney.

    I had a fireplace guy shove bunches of insulation...
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