By Mark from Tennessee on September 28, 2013
I have an Emberglow SCVFR24L propane ventless gas set. I want to convert it to natural gas. Do you have the necessary kit or parts to accomplish this?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 30, 2013
Answer:Unfortunately, conversion kits are not available for vent free appliances, due to the potential danger that can arise from a unit being improperly converted. When changing fuel types, the entire burner assembly has to be swapped.
By Berry from Raleigh, NC on December 20, 2015
We have a set of Monessen Mojo Vent Free gas logs MJ27PR and need to convert them from propane to natural gas. Do you sell the kits?
By Will M. on December 21, 2015
Answer:Unfortunately, vent log sets are not convertible.
By Renae from Mendenhall, MS on November 13, 2014
I have a Monessen DBX24NT natural gas fireplace insert but I have propane gas. Can my fireplace be converted from natural gas to propane?
By eFireplaceStore on November 13, 2014
Answer:Unfortunately, no. This manufacturer only builds their vent free units for certification on one fuel and conversion kits are not offered, due to the potential dangers of an improperly converted unit. I apologize for the inconvenience.
By Molly from Oklahoma City, OK on April 27, 2013
Can gas logs be used without the refractory brick panels that line the insert metal box? I want the inside of the box to be black.
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on April 29, 2013
Answer:This will depend primarily on the firebox. Many fireboxes can operate without the brick panels, as they are decorative in most cases. However,you will need to provide the manufacturer name and the model number of the fireplace for us to verify this.
By Scott from Dayton, OH on January 9, 2016
I have a Monessen DBX24NT fireplace that I need to convert to use propane. What conversion kit do I need?
By eFireplaceStore on January 11, 2016
Answer:The DBX24NT was a vent free system and cannot be field converted between fuels, due to regulations enforced by the manufacturer. An improper conversion could release poisonous gases into the room, so the manufacturer only lists the unit to burn the original fuel it was designed for. I apologize for the inconvenience.