By Ken Nolan from Eastampton, NJ on March 30, 2012
Does this unit have any kind of a filter?
By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on March 30, 2012
Answer:No, this unit neither has nor utilizes any filters.
By Robert Cosgrove from Wareham, MA on November 11, 2012
How much propane does this use daily when the furnace itself is not running?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 12, 2012
Answer:When adjusted properly, the pilot light for this particular furnace will use approximately 1/8 of a gallon of propane per day.
By Jake from RI on November 28, 2014
Can this be installed 4" above the floor?
By Tyler M. on November 28, 2014
Answer:Yes, as long as the 82 3/8" height plus the 4" clearance from the top of the unit can be maintained.
By Ron from Harshaw, WI on October 7, 2016
How long can the run from the furnace to the outside wall be? I need to run about 4' to vent horizontally through the exterior wall.
By Will M. on October 7, 2016
Answer:Unfortunately, the maximum venting distance is 19 inches.
By Robin from Boise, ID on December 9, 2014
Can you put an aftermarket filter pad on the air intake or will it restrict the air flow too much? I have a constant layer of dust in my house when the furnace is on.
By eFireplaceStore on December 10, 2014
Answer:You could cut and install a low restriction aluminum filter over the inside air intake of the heater. Direct vent heaters usually do not cause issues with dust buildup on the home because of their design. They pull all of their air from the outdoors for combustion and are completely sealed. The circulation of the air across the heat exchanger should not pull in any additional dust from the outdoors, as it is only moving indoor air, like a central air furnace.
By Michael Cizek from Menahga, MN on December 8, 2016
Is it normal for the fan to come back on after it has extracted the heat for 10 seconds?
By Brennan W. on December 8, 2016
Answer:This can indeed happen when the unit is cooling. Does it cut itself off after a period of time?
By Ken from CT on February 27, 2016
My heater starts and stops the fan many times after the burner lights, then it runs steady. Is this normal for this heater?
By Brennan W. on March 1, 2016
Answer:The fan should not be operating sporadically, though it does have to reach a certain temperature to operate. You will want to make sure that the heat switch for your blower is in the proper place designated by the manufacturer so that it is getting the proper heat to operate.