15-1-4. Flue Terminal Installation Procedure
1) Determine the flue terminal installation
location and make a 160 mm diameter hole.
Install the sleeve into the hole with the
triangular mark ( ) pointing up. Use the
wall anchors and rounded wood screws.
Rounded wood screw (short)
2) Attach the wall flange to the sleeve.
* The proper flange orientation
depends on the desired
orientation of the flue terminal.
* Unless the flue terminal is
installed as in option (1) in the
chart to the right, the outlet will
need to be adjusted in order to
ensure it is oriented in the proper
Triangular mark (
Screw holes (4)
(7.2 mm diameter and
35 to 40 mm depth).
160 mm dia.
Waterproof the clearance with
a high temperature sealant.
* When drilling, take care not to damage electric
wiring, or gas or water piping in walls.
Before installing the sleeve, adjust its length to fit
the wall thickness.
(The length can be adjusted in increments of 10 mm.)
Remove this screw
Slide out the external cylinder
and slide out the
until it is flush with the external
wall and replace screw.
Waterproof the clearance between the sleeve
and wall hole with a high temperature sealant.
The terminal cannot be installed in this
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clearance with a high