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My Second Half Scale Fairfield Dollhouse Week 2

Chimney Sub-Assembly

I took some extra photos of the entire Chimney Assembly, as it's built, because it is confusing to put together.

The important thing to remember about this sub-assembly is that it has to be slid through an opening on the Second Floor. This means that if you try to finish your chimney and fireplaces before installation, you might ruin the finish sliding it down the floor opening. It is narrow and doesn't give much leeway.

I suggest you finish the fireplace openings while the assembly is un-installed so you can access all of the areas inside. Then you can finish the exterior of your fireplace and Chimney Assembly after the installation of the Second Floor.

Notice that your chimney structure goes all the way up through the Attic Floor. This is another floor that the chimney has to be slid into so do not finish the Attic Floor section of your chimney until after the Attic Floor is in place.

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