By Elaine from PA on October 5, 2016
I have a living room brick fireplace with a wood mantle that was built in 1920.
It did have gas logs that were ventless at one time. Would it be safe to use
the ethanol table top fireplace in this fireplace? The firebox area is only about
13 inches front to back, 28 inches high, and 26 inches wide.
Also, the gas connection is still in the center of the firebox, but it is no longer connected to a gas line.
By Chris C. on October 6, 2016
Answer:Considering the fireplace information you have provided, it would be safe to install one of the ethanol table top fireplaces into your existing fireplace.
By Matt from Abilene, TX on November 11, 2014
Can the glass on the sides of this fireplace be removed and re-installed when desired? Also, where does the control arm attach?
By eFireplaceStore on November 12, 2014
Answer:The glass panes on this model can indeed be set aside and re-installed later. The control tool is not attached to the unit, but instead is set aside when it is not needed and then used to slide the burner tray closed when you need to extinguish the flames.
By William from Jax Beach, FL on December 17, 2014
Where do I pour the fuel into this fireplace and how can I measure the fluid level?
By eFireplaceStore on December 17, 2014
Answer:Fuel must be poured from a container into the stainless steel burner tray in the center of the fireplace. It is important to only fill the tray when the unit is cool. The fluid level should not exceed the "MAX" line that is stamped onto the inner side of the tray.