from Louisiana asked:
May 19, 2018
What is the inner dimensions?
The inside dimensions of this firebox are 40" wide in the front, 32 1/2" wide in the rear, 18 1/8" depth and 31 1/2" opening height.
Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
on May 21, 2018
from pa asked:
February 24, 2018
I want to enclose the firebox with 2x4 studs and OBS sheathing can the studs go right up against the firebox side and back wall is this a zero degree unit I understand the top has a 3/4 inch clearance and the box has spacers already attached. My concern is with the sides and back only. Thanks for your help.
The framed cavity should measure 38-7/8" H x 44 3/8" W x 23 3/8" D, so it is not technically zero clearance as the firebox is slightly smaller than these measurements albeit only fractions of an inch.
on February 26, 2018
from Roger, Ar asked:
January 20, 2018
Whats the product weight?
This box weighs about 100 lbs, with the brick liner adding an additional 14 lbs.
on January 22, 2018
from Springfield, IL asked:
March 14, 2017
Where is the air intake and supply air located in the blower application?
The fresh air intake access is located on the left side of the firebox.
on March 14, 2017
from Monroe, GA asked:
January 25, 2017
Is this for propane or natural gas?
This firebox can be used for both LP and NG.
from Green Valley, AZ asked:
November 21, 2016
Does the inner panels come out in case a person would ever have to access the electrical receptacle that is mounted in the far right side corner? As it is now, a person will have to reach back through the center access panel just to plug in the accessory like the blower and the light kit option. The model we
are working on is VFS42FBOF Ser. 1646462509 It is a stretch to reach the factory mounted receptacle behind the back panel. You would never be able to replace the receptacle unless main back or side panel comes out.
The inner panels of the fireplace are indeed removable.
on November 22, 2016
from USA asked:
February 17, 2013
Can propane be used with this unit?
This unit is simply a firebox and does not include gas logs. Propane vent free log sets can be used in it, however.
Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
on February 18, 2013