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Majestic 30" Clean Face Front for Ruby Inserts

Majestic 30" Clean Face Front for Ruby Inserts

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Majestic
Majestic Part Numbers: CSFI30BK
Item Number: MAJ-CSFI30BZ

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Features

  • Size: 30 Inches(CSFI30BZ, CSFI30BK)
  • Color: Black (CSFI30BK), Bronze (CSFI30BZ)
  • Required accessory
  • Clean, traditional design
  • Designed for 30" Ruby fireplace inserts
  • Your choice of finish: black, or bronze
When it comes to fronts for your fireplace you may prefer Majestic's clean face front for the Ruby series of fireplace inserts. The clean face is meant to give off the perfect view of your fireplace, allowing you to see every little detail of your beautifully customized fireplace. The clean face front comes in your choice of two finishes, and is a required accessory meant for the 30" Ruby fireplace inserts.

WARNING: This part is designed to be used with a product that operates with one of the following fuel sources: liquid propane, natural gas, wood, or wood pellets. This product and the fuel used to operate this product, and the products of combustion of such fuel, can expose you to chemicals including benzene, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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Alice S. from Galloway Township, NJ 08205 asked:
Is the glass removable?
Is the glass removable?
The glass is removable.
Answered by: Cody S. on Oct 24, 2022

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John B. from Reading, PA asked:
Why is there a screen for a gas insert? Wouldn't a glass front be enough?
Why is there a screen for a gas insert? Wouldn't a glass front be enough?
They made a barrier screen on all direct vent units code a few years ago. This is so people (mostly children) would not burn themselves on the hot glass. They are required for the initial code inspection and on a home inspection if you were to resell the home. In between, the usage of that barrier screen is totally up to the homeowner.
Answered by: Owen O.

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