First, you must determine the appropriate size chimney liner for your specific setup. The chimney liner diameter size you will need equals the size of the exhaust hole on the appliance. The chimney liner length you will need will equal the height of the chimney. I recommend ordering slightly over that amount to give room for error. Visit http://www.rockfordchimneysupply.com for more information about stainless steel chimney liners.
Step 1: Installation Tools You'll Need
Step 2: The Chimney Liner Kit
Step 3: Prepare The Stainless Steel Chimney Liner
Step 4: The Tee Connection
Step 5: Insert The Chimney Liner Down The Flue
Twisting the flexible liner will help you install the liner if you are getting caught or hung up on the chimney walls.
Now you will need to head into the house to finish connecting the tee.
Step 6: Finish Installing The Tee Connection
You will find when you look through the inside of the horizontal part of the tee that there is a worm screw. With your flat head screw driver, tighten the worm screw until the two parts of the tee connect. Take this step slowly. As stated above, the lips of the vertical part of the tee should be inside of the horizontal part.
Step 7: Connecting Stove Pipe To The Tee Connection.
Now it's time to head back onto the roof to finish installing the top plate and rain cap.
Step 8: Installing The Chimney Liner Top Plate
Start by using your caulk gun and a tube of weather resistant silicone to run a bead of silicone along the top edge of the clay flue.
Next, thread the chimney liner through the round collar of the top plate so that the top plate is sitting on the top edge of the clay flue.
Locate the locking bolts welded on the four sides of the top plate. Center the top plate on the clay flue and use your flat head screw driver to secure the top plate to the side of the clay flue. Warning: Make sure not to overly tighten the locking bolts. If tightened too much the clay chimney flue could crack.
Step 9: Remove The Excess Liner
Step 10: Connect The Liner To Top Plate
Step 11: Installing The Chimney Rain Cap
Congratulations, you have successfully installed a stainless steel, flexible chimney liner!
Please feel free contact me if you have any additional questions.