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Old 02-10-2008, 11:07 AM   #1
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Maybe a dumb question but does an airstack have to be absolute vertical or can I elbow it in the attic? Say approx. 10 ft.

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you can elbow it all you want in the attic so as long as it gets out the roof.

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Thanks a bunch Ron...that's good news. I wasn't looking forward to digging out 2 ft of snow off the roof to move a pipe!

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