By Joe H Lavacek from Chicago on December 16, 2012
I have a fireplace that is approximately 25 yrs old. I need to replace the old speed control for the fan. Any idea if I could use the one shown on your site?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 17, 2012
Answer:While listed for the Majestic FK12 fan kit, this rheostat is a fairly generic part that could control almost any fireplace blower. It also has a higher amperage range than most locally available rheostats, which will ensure that you get the highest speed available out of your blower.
By Michael from Jonesboro, TX on March 11, 2013
I would like to add a blower kit to my model # BC 36 MH. What do I need?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on March 11, 2013
In addition to the fan speed control you are viewing now, the other part of the assembly is the fan itself. For this fireplace, you would require the Majestic FK12 Fireplace Fan Kit - For Direct Vent and Wood Burning Fireplaces
. You will also need to verify that power was run to the junction box in the bottom of the unit. If this was not done, power will need to be run from an adjacent circuit to power the fan.
By Perry from NL on January 5, 2015
What is the amp rating of the fan control?
By Tyler M. on January 7, 2015
Answer:Per the manufacturer, this fan control is rated at 3 amps.
By Russell from Mentor, OH on February 9, 2016
I have a Majestic Cameo fireplace with a dual fan (BLOTBLDVSC) set-up driven by a signature command system. I am no happy with the fan speed control and want to add variable control so I can have the fan quieter running at a slower speed. How can I achieve this? I am willing to bypass the command control and go with a variable speed control but will need to understand how to wire it.
By Will M. on February 9, 2016
Answer:Unfortunately, this is not a possibility with the Signature Command blower you have installed and adding an optional rheostat will involve removal of the AC Control module and replacement with a manual blower with an optional rheostat. If you have one of the signature command remotes, this will mean that the blower will not respond to remote commands.