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    Napoleon Gas Fireplace Thermostat Sensor Control - For Use with Gas Fireplace Fan, Hot Air Exhaust, and Hot Air Distribution Kits

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    • Napoleon Gas Fireplace Thermostat Sensor Control for use with Gas Fireplace Fan, Hot Air Exhaust and Hot Air Distribution Kits
    • Suitable for models GD36NTR, BGD36CFNTR, B36DFN, BGD40N, and BGD36NTR, BGD42CF, BGD48N, BGNV42, BGNV36, GVF36, GVF42 Gas Fireplaces
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Napoleon
    Part Number: GD36
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: NPL-GD36
    UPC: 629169012008

    Features

    • Napoleon Gas Fireplace Thermostat Sensor Control for use with Gas Fireplace Fan, Hot Air Exhaust and Hot Air Distribution Kits
    • Suitable for models GD36NTR, BGD36CFNTR, B36DFN, BGD40N, and BGD36NTR, BGD42CF, BGD48N, BGNV42, BGNV36, GVF36, GVF42 Gas Fireplaces
    Have a Gas Fireplace Fan, Hot Air Exhaust, or Hot Air Distribution Kit? Then you may want a Napoleon Gas Fireplace Thermostat Sensor Control for optimal temperature management.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    5 Questions & 5 Answers
    Charlene
    from Concho, Arizona asked:
    September 28, 2013
    We have three GDS20P propane gas Napoleon fireplaces with no fan. We want to get a thermostat sensor control and are not sure that this is the right one for our stove. What will we need for owner installation? Does it come with detailed instructions? Where would the thermostat be installed in order to pick up the hot air? We are on solar and wind for power so does it need to have a power source?
    1 Answers
    Napoleon does make the W660-0081 wireless thermostat for just such control. These will ship with installation instructions. No additional electricity is required for installation. The best location for the thermostat would be across the room from the stove. However, since the thermostat is wireless it can be easily relocated for optimum performance.
    Kevin E. - NFI Certified Specialist
    on September 29, 2013

    Demetrios Michaelides
    from Vermont asked:
    October 14, 2012
    I have a Napoleon BGD40 gas fireplace with a switch that turns on the pilot and the gas valve. Can I replace the switch with a thermostat to set a temperature at which the fireplace turns on and off?
    1 Answers
    Napoleon manufactures a thermostat to suit this exact request: this wall-mounted digital thermostat would serve as a direct replacement for the existing switch and can easily be programmed to maintain a desired temperature.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on October 15, 2012

    Vivian
    from MO asked:
    October 6, 2012
    I have a gas log fireplace with a millivolt gas valve and a 120 volt blower. Is there a thermostat that will operate both the millivolt valve and the 120 v blower?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately, Napoleon does not manufacture a wall thermostat that can control both the operation of the millivolt valve and the thermostatic blower. The fan control you are currently inquiring about can be used to preset a desired temperature on a non thermostatically controlled fan. However, I would suggest using the Napoleon Wall-Mounted Digital Thermostat to control the functionality of the unit itself, while leaving the fan control of the blower set to the desired speed. The fan should cycle automatically with the unit, while the unit will be controlled by the thermostat. This should give you the desired operation you seek while still enabling you to manually shut down the blower.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on October 8, 2012

    Jim
    from Oshawa, Ontario asked:
    December 21, 2011
    I have gas fireplace. I could get the fireplace lit and keep it going but the burner does not go into full ignition. Question, is it possible my wall thermostat control is malfunction? It is very basic control.
    1 Answers
    Perhaps, but that would all depend on the model of your fireplace. An easy test would be to remove the thermostat from your unit and attempt to operate it manually. If it ignites fully, you know the issue is in the thermostat. Conversely, if it does not, the issue is probably in the valve or it could be caused by a lack of gas pressure.
    Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist
    on December 22, 2011

    Tammy
    from north carolina asked:
    October 30, 2011
    we have a vent free gas log fireplace with a blower(fan) We would like to add a thermostat to it for economical purposes. Would you recommend this item?
    1 Answers
    This item is manufactured to be used with Napoleon fireplaces. However, its design allows it to be used with any blower or air distribution kit. It will work just fine in your application.
    Kevin E.
    on November 1, 2011

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