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    Monessen Cottage Red Firebrick Wall for BDV400 and HBDV400

    141.30
    List Price: $179.99
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Monessen
    Part Number: FB400CRW
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CUI-FB400CRW
    UPC: 796310057321

    Features

    • Firebrick liner for Monessen BDV400 and HBDV400 direct vent fireplace systems
    • Available in Cottage Clay or Cottage Red colors
    • Note:  purchase of a firebrick liner is required for installation of these fireplaces
    Why not add some brickwork that will give to your chimney a quaint sense of authenticity? Monessen has created in the Cottage Red Firebrick Wall for BDV400 and HBDV400 models a product that you can use to dress up your fireplace in a garb that will be widely admired by everyone. AFter all, a fireplace is more than a means of keeping your living room warm: it also needs to add a level of elegance that will be admired and talked about by everyone.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    By Julia from Belfair, WA on December 3, 2013
    I have a Monessen BDV400 gas fireplace that is about 7 years old. Can I add this firebrick wall to it? It currently has a black surface behind the flame.
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 4, 2013

    Answer:
    This is indeed the correct accessory liner kit for the BDV400 series of fireplaces.

    Customer Reviews
    Monessen Cottage Red Firebrick Wall for BDV400 and HBDV400 ( 141.3 )
    4 out of 5 Stars based on 1 review(s) - sorted by Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    Looks Great but Install Isn't Intuitive
    By
    Ray Khan
    from Boston, MAon
    November 26, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    We have this in our DVB400. The instructions say to install each piece so that their bottom touches the bottom of the box. The middle section isn't cut to clear the log holder. I notched it to clear the log holder and then noticed that when the sides were installed the same way the bricks didn't line up properly. What I found was that I had to cut the 2 supplied brackets to make 4 of them. I used 2 to lift the middle section so that the top was touching the top of the box. Then I installed the sides so their bottoms touched the bottom of the box. Now the bricks line up properly and look great. Installing the firebrick this way means that the notch I cut into the center was not necessary after all. I had to get a couple more sheet metal screws as only 2 were supplied even though the 2 brackets had 3 holes each. I've attached a picture of the center piece not fitting properly when installed according to the instructions and then one of the completed install.
    Pros:
    Looks great and realistic
    Cons:
    The install is not very straightforward and the instructions are generic for many different models.




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