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Hargrove Faux Coal Vented Burner with Remote Ready Rotary Controls - Propane - FC14-R-LP

Hargrove Faux Coal Vented Burner with Remote Ready Rotary Controls - Propane - FC14-R-LP

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Hargrove
Hargrove Part Numbers: FC14-R-LP
Item Number: FSD-FC14-R-LP

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Features

  • Vented propane burner with remote ready rotary controls
  • Realistic coals add ambiance
  • 34,000 BTUs
  • Optional remote control available
  • Suitable for use with Hargrove's Fireplace Combinations, Fireplace Inserts, and Fireplace Baskets
  • Front Width: 12"
  • Back Width: 10"
  • Height: 12"
  • Depth: 7-3/4"
Do you want to enhance your Hargrove fireplace combination, insert, or basket? This faux coal vented burner by Hargrove is designed to do just that. This Hargrove faux coal vented burner with remote ready rotary controls has realistic looking coal to create the atmosphere of an open fire, but without the mess of loose embers or ashes. Also, it will warm your room with 20,000 BTUs. This Hargrove faux coal burner comes with convenient remote ready rotary controls so you can easily add a remote to control it without having to move around.

Please Note: The fireplace's Middle Width must be at least 22 Inches and the Depth must be at least 10 Inches for this gas log set to fit. You can calculate the middle width of your firebox by measuring the width (left to right) approximately half way back in the firebox. If you have any questions, please contact our customer service department and we will be happy to assist you in finding the perfect size gas log set.

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Myrna from Fossil, OR asked:
Can this be used in a wood burning fireplace ?
Can this be used in a wood burning fireplace ?
That would be perfectly acceptable. As long as the fireplace meets the required dimensions for installation, this burner can be used without a problem.
Answered by: Collin C.

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