This fireplace is direct vent propane. It features remote control operation and a blower for heating efficiency. The fireplace includes a four piece premium log set. The burner, which creates a high flickering flame, generates 28000 BTUs of clean and efficient heat. This fireplace is loaded with features including black slat louvers, an efficient variable speed blower and a full featured remote control that will let you adjust the heat from your easy chair. It features a three year limited warranty.
Please Note: This item must be installed by a licensed professional in order for the manufacturer's warranty to be valid.
Also Note: Shown With Optional Liner.
42" premium direct vent gas fireplace with 4-piece log set
Slope glaze burner generates up to 28,000 BTUs with 83% efficiency
Large heat-resistant tempered glass viewing window
Includes black slat louvers, remote control, and a variable-speed blower
Advanced RF control system automatically maintains any pre-set temperature
Requires no electricity
Hem-bent seams eliminate unreliable screws and fasteners
Accepts top and rear venting
Uses convenient propane
Uses 5" x 8" diameter vent pipe
Dimensions: 34 3/4" H x 43" W x 19 7/8" D
3-year limited warranty
Manufacturer: Empire Part Number: DVP42FP91P UPC: 720968913555
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By Stefan Karlson from Ridgefield CT on February 25, 2012
Hi I bought this fireplace and have it hooked up but I cannot get any action out of it. I have line voltage to my outlet box. The gas in on. I cannot get the pilot to light. I cannot get the remote to activate. It seems like there is no power going to the unit. Iknow i have line voltage there. Any suggestions?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 27, 2012
Typically, this issue occurs when the unit is not properly grounded. First, verify that the outlet the unit is plugged into is grounded properly.
If you have a good ground at the outlet, there may be an issue with the ground to the chassis of the fireplace from the main control module. Verify that all grounding wires in the schematic are attached properly. Please advise if the unit continues to be inoperable.