By Vinny from NY on July 9, 2015
Can I install two of these Osburn AC01340 6-Inch Multi-Speed Dual-Zone forced air kit so I can heat two adjacent bedrooms? It is stated that it has knock outs on both sides and one in the back.
By Will M. on July 10, 2015
As shown on page 4 of the installation manual,
two of these can indeed be attached to the Flame Monaco to heat rooms as far as 50 feet away.
By Nate from NY on November 7, 2014
I'm looking to add this to my fireplace. Can I use forced air kit(s) at the same time as the main blowers?
By Chris C. on November 7, 2014
Answer:You could indeed utilize the dual zone forced air kit in conjunction with the blowers pre-installed on the fireplace itself.
By Shane from Cayuga, IN on January 15, 2015
I recently bought a Monaco XTD fireplace from your store. When I searched for the forced air kit for it, it brought up the kit for the Osborn model. Will the Osborn kit fit the Monaco model? Also, can the forced air kit come out of the right side of the fireplace and go down into a basement?
By eFireplaceStore on January 15, 2015
Answer:The Osburn and Flame stoves are made by the same parent company, SBI. As such, the forced air kit is the same between them. You can indeed route the forced air kit downward into a basement, but the lack of buoyancy you will encounter from the downward run means that you may want to consider installing an inline booster fan to assist air flow. The unit will have knockouts on both sides and the back in order to connect the duct for the forced air kit.