Part Number: DVP36FP30N
eFireplaceStore Item Number: CUI-DVP36FP30N
*Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 4 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page if available for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.
* Please Note: This item must be installed by a licensed professional in order for the manufacturer's warranty to be valid.
*Also Note: Fireplace is pictured with optional herringbone brick liner (purchased separately). This liner is available for purchase on this item page, but the fireplace as purchased on this item page does not include a fireplace liner.
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Not only does this Tahoe gas fireplace look just like a traditional fireplace, but it is also incredibly efficient. This direct vent natural gas fireplace offers 83% maximum steady state efficiency, giving you a significant heat source without dramatically increasing your heating bill. Specific Tahoe models may be used without any electricity, a great heating back-up during a power outage. With a large heat-resistant viewing window, a natural-looking, four-piece log set, and classic black louvers, this natural gas fireplace is not only efficient, but an art piece as well.
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Is there a propane version? Does a remote come with it? Is the flame adjustable?
Yes, you may order this unit ready for propane but, the remote control must be ordered separately. We offer a basic on/off, an on/off thermostat, and a touchscreen programmable on/off thermostat remote for it. Yes, there is a hi/lo knob on the fireplace for manual flame height adjustment.
Is a remote easily installed?
It's quite simple to wire a remote to this fireplace. In the lower control cavity, you will find a red and green wire capped together laying on the bottom metal pan of the firebox. You simply uncap the wires and connect these wires to the two black wire leads from any millivolt/24v compatible remote receiver. You can also remove the black wires from most remote receivers and wire the red and green wires to the same terminal locations on the receiver where the black wires were removed to avoid any potential splicing of wires.
Does this fireplace have a blower? Does the pilot stay on all the time?
Can we use propane gas?
I was wondering if is any way for me to see the back of this insert?
This model is indeed available for use with propane, out of the box. It is shown <a href="https://www.efireplacestore.com/cui-dvp36fp30p.html">here</a>.
Does the standing pilot light work in the event of a power outage?