ok, a couple of questions. I removed the stop sign and there is what looks like a blatter of some kind, that is what pushes the sign out. Is the sign pushed out by something actually pushing it or is there an air line that goes to it and fills it up? when i removed it i cut a metal line that went into the blatter thing, it was kind of stupid, if i had stood back and thought about it first i would not have cut it i would have paid more attention to it, but it is done and cut. i can't trace it cause i don't know where it goes. is it an air line? if so guess i should just weld the end of it?
also i busted a window yesterday oops
you will see in the picture i am holding a frame that i was very proud of cause it was perfectly square and fit right in the hole like i wanted. but the corners were still hot i guess from welding and when i took the picture it must have been touching the glass and right after i snapped the picture the window shattered like in the second picture. it is probably for the best oh well i already got some sheet metal cut to size and bent at the bottom for this window and two more. just need to put them in once it quits raining. hope my tarp is covering the window good enough
my question though is has anybody had a problem with their wood stove breaking windows? would the stove pipe get hot enough to heat the support between windows and damage the one next to it? i don't think it will hurt the other windows, i feel like it was only because the heat was intense and just touched to it. i just wanted to ask to see if anybody else has had a problem with it would rather replace windows now than in the middle of a snow storm trying to keep warm or something.