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I HAVE 2 PIPES OUT OF CHIMNEY BUT WATER HEATER IS VENTED WITH FURNANCE, WHAT ARE 2 PIPES FOR

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I HAVE 2 PIPES OUT OF CHIMNEY BUT WATER HEATER IS VENTED WITH FURNANCE, WHAT ARE 2 PIPES FOR
asked in House Chimney by robert116 (120 points)
edited by darekrudy
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Those are chimney flues. One of them might be abandoned, from some old stove, maybe removed fireplace, or other appliance that used to vent through it. If this is a duplex and the chimney with two flues sits in the middle of the building it might be from that second house.
answered by darekrudy (21,730 points)
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