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    Empire DV35SG Direct Vent Gas Wall Furnace - Propane

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    Manufacturer: Empire
    Part Number: DV35SGLP
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CUI-DV35SGLP
    UPC: 720968043528


    • Efficiently generates 35,000 BTUs of heat
    • 75 cu. ft. per minute output
    • Easy through-wall venting requires no chimney
    • Matchless Piezo ignition system
    • Requires no electricity
    • Automatic shut-off keeps you safe
    • Millivolt wall thermostat control system
    • Natural gas and propane models available
    • Includes standard vent kit for venting through an outside wall
    • 10-year warranty for combustion chamber and 1-year limited warranty for parts
    • Dimensions: 27 3/4" H x 37" W x 11 1/2" D
    • Minimum Clearances:
      • 48" from top
      • 6" from each side
      • 4" from bottom of unit to floor covering

    *Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 4 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.

    * Please Note: This unit is approved for mobile home installation where not prohibited by local codes.

    Have your family decided that heating your home using propane is the best way to go? If so, then Empire's DV35SG Direct Vent Gas Wall Furnace might be just the item that you need to install in your abode/ Designed to fit in with all of its surroundings, you will find that using this device is extremely as easy, as well as will create just the right atmosphere for your home during the winter regardless of the outside temperature.
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    Customer Questions & Answers
    25 Questions & 25 Answers
    from Spooner, WI asked:
    October 3, 2017
    Does this unit require electricity to operate? Installation would be in a Chalet-style cabin with a 720 sq. ft. footprint. Would this provide enough heat to keep things from freezing when we were not there?

    Dana Voisine
    from Scarborough, Maine asked:
    December 20, 2016
    I like my DV35. However, I am having a problem with the thermostat. There is a 10 to 12 degree variance. If set the thermostat at 60 degrees it will shut off at 72 or 74 degrees. I removed the thermostat from the heater and mounted it to the wall (3 feet from the unit) but it did not make a difference, so I moved it on the wall across from the unit and it still does the same thing. I do have the blower unit installed, is there an adjustment on the thermostat?
    1 Answers
    I recommend contacting your dealer for technical support and to assist with any potential warranty claims. If the thermostat is heating the room well beyond the set temperature, I recommend contacting your dealer with this part number to pursue warranty replacement or simply purchasing a new thermostat.
    Will M.
    on December 20, 2016

    from Alberta, Canada asked:
    December 11, 2016
    Approximately how many square feet would this unit heat?
    1 Answers
    This unit can heat 700 square feet on average.
    on December 12, 2016

    from Sauquoit, NY asked:
    March 5, 2016
    When this Empire fan comes on in my fireplace, it makes a buzzing sound on my TV and causes the picture to have static. How do I fix this?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, your television is experiencing interference created by the nearly electric motor in the fan. All electric motors emit a certain level of RF "noise" when operating and electronics are tested to be able to withstand this interference by use of internal shielding. If the shielding has failed for any reason, you will experience the symptoms you describe. You will need to double check all connections to the television and any other devices it is linked to. Any loose connections, damaged cables, or other issues could cause the problem. You can temporarily unplug any DVD, Blu-Ray, or audio equipment to test if they may be back feeding the noise to the television as well.
    on March 7, 2016

    from Williamsport, PA asked:
    December 21, 2015
    What is the efficiency rating of this Empire DV35SG direct vent gas wall furnace?
    1 Answers
    Per the manufacturer, this model has an AFUE efficiency rating of 68%.
    on December 21, 2015

    from Hunt, NY asked:
    November 1, 2015
    Where does the blower mount on this Empire DV35SG direct vent wall furnace?
    2 Answers
    When facing the appliance, the blower is mounted into the left section of the casing, adjacent to the combustion chamber.
    Will M.
    on November 2, 2015
    Yes, it mounts in the upper left hand corner. See the little cut out at the top? That's where it goes. If you have a drill with a long extension, you can use any small screw.
    James B.
    on December 7, 2016
    from Erin,Tn

    from Cincinnatus, NY asked:
    October 18, 2015
    I cannot get the pilot light of my Empire DV35SG direct vent gas wall furnace to lite. There is a draft that is coming through the pilot light opening and the vent is working right so I'm not sure what could be wrong. How do I troubleshoot this?
    1 Answers
    This is typical while trying to light a pilot on an appliance that has been turned off in the warmer months. The draft coming through the pilot may actually be air in the gas line and this will need to be bled out for the pilot to light. This could also be due to certain wind conditions blowing the match out when you are attempting to light the pilot. You should thrust the match through the lighter port right after it flares to ignite the pilot or open a window to eliminate the draft issue and attempt to light the pilot afterwards.
    Will M.
    on October 19, 2015

    from Savannah, GA asked:
    October 9, 2015
    How many cubic feet will this Empire DV35SG direct vent gas wall furnace heat? Our area is 20 x 19 feet with 16 foot high ceilings.
    1 Answers
    This heater can effectively heat about 700 square feet with standard 8-9 foot ceilings and good insulation, and even with your higher ceiling height it should be sufficient for the area. We recommend adding the optional Empire DRB-1 Automatic Blower.
    Tyler M.
    on October 9, 2015

    from Duxbury, VT asked:
    October 3, 2015
    How will this Empire DV35SG direct vent gas wall furnace ship?
    1 Answers
    This item will ship via freight. Further details for freight shipments can be found here.
    Will M.
    on October 5, 2015

    from Glenburn, ME asked:
    July 7, 2015
    How long will it take to use 1 Gallon of propane with this Empire DV35SG direct-vent gas wall furnace at its lowest setting?
    1 Answers
    The DV35SG is not adjustable and will burn .38 gallons per hour as it provides basic On/Off functionality with no adjustment. There would be no "low setting," per the manufacturer.
    Will M.
    on July 8, 2015

    from Mount Savage, MD asked:
    April 23, 2015
    Can this heater be vented through a concrete block wall using PCV pipe with elbows to get above the ground by approximately 4 feet?
    1 Answers
    While there should be no issue with going through the concrete wall, this heater is not approved for use with PVC pipe.
    Brennan W.
    on April 23, 2015

    from Hershey, PA asked:
    March 21, 2015
    My house has a wall thickness of 13 1/2'' with a brick exterior. Do I need the flue extension kit for this direct vent furnace or can I make the installation without it?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, the wall thickness is just past the maximum distance that the standard kit is able to traverse on its own. The tubes will technically overlap, but the amount of overlap will be decreased below a safe amount, potentially allowing flue gases to leak. As such, the extension kit should be used.
    on March 23, 2015

    from Seattle, WA asked:
    March 1, 2015
    What is the efficiency rating of this DV35SG wall furnace?
    1 Answers
    Per the manufacturer, AFUE rating for this current version is 68%.
    Tyler M.
    on March 2, 2015

    from Albuquerque, NM asked:
    June 26, 2014
    The DV35SG direct vent wall furnace is rated at 75 CFM. What is the total CFM if the DRB-1 optional blower is installed?
    1 Answers
    Combined CFM rating increases to 140 with the blower installed, per the manufacturer.
    on June 26, 2014

    from Embden, Maine asked:
    February 19, 2014
    What does this furnace weigh?
    1 Answers
    This heater has a shipping weight of 96 pounds.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on February 19, 2014

    from Calumet, MI asked:
    February 4, 2014
    What is the efficiency rating of the DV-35-2SG?
    1 Answers
    Per the manufacturer, AFUE rating for this current version is 68%.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on February 4, 2014

    from Durham, NC asked:
    November 19, 2013
    My customer's pilot light was blowing out, or being blown out during initial burner ignition. I cleaned the orifice, and the unit runs fine. However, the customer claims that the direct vent exhaust is much hotter than before, and he's had the DV35 for almost 25 years. I explained that the exhaust needs to be hot, and that it's about a 70% efficient unit. He thinks there's more heat going outside through the vent than coming indoors, although there's definitely heat to the indoors also. Could he be accurate with his assessment? If so, is there a satisfactory adjustment that could be made? I made no adjustments to the main burner, only the pilot fuel adjustment .
    1 Answers
    Just to clarify, did you clean both the pilot orifice and main burner orifice? I could definitely see a dirty burner orifice causing a lower output, which would yield lower vent temperatures. If the unit is now operating closer to designed efficiency, the flue temperatures would indeed increase. There is no adjustment or change that could be made that would significantly lower the efficiency of the unit and cause flue gas temperatures to spike. As you mentioned, the efficiency of this unit is lower than what is available on the market now and flue gas temperatures will be hotter. Unless the unit seems to be running more often or appears to have a significant decrease in heating ability, I cannot see an issue.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on November 20, 2013

    from Harrisburg, PA asked:
    November 6, 2013
    What is the average area in square feet that a DV-35 propane wall furnace will heat?
    1 Answers
    For a home with 8 foot ceilings and average insulation, this unit would heat approximately 750 square feet in total.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on November 6, 2013

    from Lancaster asked:
    September 3, 2013
    I have a 3 room that is 23x23 feet, first floor apartment. Will 35k BTUs be enough? I have the clearance room side to side and top to bottom, however I was told the thru-vent on the outside wall has to be a certain distance from the window. Could you tell me the distance? I live in Massachusetts. Also, does this unit have a pilot light, or is it electronic?
    1 Answers
    This particular heater would have ample capacity for your heating needs. In fact, the Empire DV25SG Direct Vent Gas Wall Furnace - Propane - DV-25-SGLP would likely be a better fit, as the capacity is not so far above your needs. Using the DV35SG will likely cause short operation cycles and a stuffy area around the heater. Clearances of the vent cap to any door or window is specified to be 9 inches for this model. This unit uses a standing pilot for ignition.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on September 4, 2013

    from MD asked:
    August 17, 2013
    Does this come with a blower or fan to blow the air?
    1 Answers
    This wall furnace does not include a blower, but you can add the Empire DRB-1 Automatic Blower separately.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on August 19, 2013

    from OH asked:
    April 24, 2013
    How efficient is this propane heater?
    1 Answers
    Per the manufacturer, this heater has an efficiency rating of up to 68%.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on April 24, 2013

    from Groveton, NH asked:
    March 21, 2013
    Can this Empire Direct Vent furnace be installed in the upper bedroom section of the house?
    1 Answers
    Yes, as this is a direct vent unit (and not vent-free), you can indeed install it in a bedroom.
    Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on March 21, 2013

    from Burlington,VT asked:
    January 22, 2013
    Several times per winter the pilot light blows out. We have had a gas technician check the heater and no problems were found. Any suggestions?
    1 Answers
    The issue you are experiencing is likely wind related, as opposed to an issue with the actual pilot assembly. Have you noticed whether or not the problem occurs during breezy or inclement weather? If so, it is likely that a strong enough draft is causing the pilot to extinguish. The only good way to solve this issue is to construct a shroud around the vent termination that would block some of the wind. If the pilot does not appear to go out under any certain conditions, the other issue may be with delayed ignition. If the main burner ignition is delayed for a couple of seconds, the sudden pressure change that occurs when the burner lights can cause the pilot to blow out. This issue could be attributed to a dirty burner orifice, improper gas pressure, or the air shutter being out of adjustment.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on January 23, 2013

    michael dow
    from Ellsworth, Maine asked:
    December 31, 2012
    My heater's pilot light has blown out twice in eight years. Is there a shield I can buy for it, or do you suggest making one?
    1 Answers
    It is unlikely that such a shield exists for your furnace, and two outages in eight years does not seem excessive enough to have one fabricated. You can certainly try to identify the issue and remedy it with some kind of homemade shield, but we do not feel this is necessary.
    Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist
    on December 31, 2012

    from st. loouis mo asked:
    December 1, 2011
    I have this space heater and it keeps making loud metallic sounds. I have had the gas company out three times to check it. It's scaring me to death! What can it be?
    1 Answers
    The sound you are hearing is commonly called "oil canning". If the unit is fairly new, this can occur for the first several times the unit is burned. It is important to burn the unit for at least one hour on maximum temperature settings when new, to allow the heater components to shape and conform. If this has never been done, you will need to try this to see if the problem is alleviated. If this continues to happen, there may be an improperly installed shield or panel that is expanding and making the noise. This can usually be adjusted to relieve the pressure and fix the noise.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on December 2, 2011

    Customer Reviews
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    100% Recommend this product (13 of 13 responses)
    By James Burns from Erin,Tn on December 8, 2016
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Great Heater but...
    My wife and I both like the heater, seems to be very efficient and she warm on the other side of the room
    Proseasy installation, great heat
    ConsThe unit gets very hot when the front casing is replaced, after installing the optional blower(A MUST HAVE) we ran it without the front casing for a time and it blew heat everywhere however when I replaced the front casing it got hot against the wall. (I think this is due to the heat shield ) Possibly a bad design for the air flow
    By Marilyn from BELLEVUE on February 6, 2016
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    This Purchase was Excellent!
    My mother has a small rental cabin on her property and we needed a new heat source for it. We were somewhat desperate due to being in the middle of a cold snap. While preparing the cabin to rent, we discovered the vent free gas fireplace, was emitting carbon monoxide at dangerous levels. We looked into a vented fireplace, but the unit and installation would have cost us $3800.00. Kinda steep for a little cabin Which only provides a modest income . We looked into gas wall furnaces, and found the The salesman we talked to was VERY knowledgeable about MANY types of heating sources. He really helped us find just the right size, type to suit our needs. We were able to get a natural gas console wall heater perfectly suited for the cabin at a much lower cost!
    ProsGood quality for the cost. Can be used as a heat source WITHOUT ELECTRICITY! Easy to operate. Easily heats the whole cabin.
    ConsNothing against this unit. Possibly only that a fireplace with visible fire would we more visibly attractive.
    By James from SUNBURY on December 9, 2015
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    good quality product for value
    Heats required amount of space to be needed (800 sq ft). Pezo & gas control valve hard to access if unit is mounted low such as 8" from floor.
    By Keith from Western Maine on September 14, 2015
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Excellent heat source !
    I used this for one winter a few years back to heat my new 1200 square foot home because I did not yet have my permanent radiant heating system completed. I did buy the fan kit later as well which is definitely needed if you plan to heat more than a single room. Worked great with no issues and kept the whole house warm and toasty. Used 600 gallons of propane that winter, same as my radiant system in later years. I'd recommend this heater to anyone...
    ConsNone I can think of.
    By Rich Walter from Paywallup, WA on December 18, 2014
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Small space heating
    This heater is a good choice for heating a Small room or cabin. It takes no electricity and uses outside air. I'm using it to heat a patrol cabin in the hills near mt. Rainier.
    ProsNo electricity needed
    By Christopher from ellsworth, maine on October 25, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Works Great, High Quality
    Slight dent in front, but most likely a shipping issue..
    By Matthew Ross from New Mexico on January 28, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Ten Years Old
    I installed this unit in a 77-year-old cabin high in the Santa Cruz mountains. After using it for nearly ten years, it still does a great job of producing heat. It has developed a bang when it starts and stops, but it may be a problem with the heat chamber, which is covered by a ten year warranty.
    By Annie Murphy from California on December 9, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Supremely Happy
    When the first snow of the season came, I had just installed my Empire DV 35. What a joy to enjoy its warm heat in my Sierra mountain cabin while I watched the snowfall out my large window. That experience to me is the definition of Empire Happiness.
    By Nicole Anderson from Colorado on April 27, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Top Too Hot
    Because of the position of the blower, the heat cause the top of the unit to get very hot. It would be better if the blower were on the top part of the unit and directed the heat down toward the bottom.
    By Aaron Bennett from Utah on February 12, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Supplemental Room Heat
    This unit was purchased for a rental property. Since it was installed very recently, I am unsure how it will affect the gas bill as of yet. I believe, however, that the thermostat is defective since the heater will not cycle on and off.
    By Timothy Patterson from Connecticut on November 28, 2010
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Cabin Heater
    This quiet, efficient heater warms my 250 square foot cabin with no problem. The safe direct vent exhaust gives me peace of mind.
    By Nicholas Alexander from Idaho on November 15, 2010
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Broken Thermo Coupler
    I used this heater for five years without any problems and was very happy with it. Last year, I had to replace the thermocoupler. Now, at the start of another winter, it appears that the thermocoupler is again broken. Unfortunately, it is not a cheap part since the unit uses the more expensive wired coupler instead of the tube version.
    By John Baker from Nevada on September 9, 2010
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    No Need to Burn Fuel
    Our little heater, though not very attractive, keeps us from having to burn fuel in our vacation cabin. It keeps the pipes from freezing at 45 degrees on low, which is a better track record than other heaters which keep pipes from freezing at 60 degrees. We can use ours to dry wet clothes by placing them in front of the blower. Our children enjoy curling up underneath the heater to sleep.

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