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Century Heating High-Efficiency Fireplace Wood Insert - 75,000 BTU, EPA-Certified CW2900, Model# CB00006

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This Century Heating High-Efficiency Fireplace Wood Insert converts your costly, inefficient masonry fireplace into a high-efficiency EPA wood insert. Firebox Size W x D in. 21 1/4 x 16 3/4, Assembly Required Yes, BTU Output 75,000, Stove Pipe Included No, EPA Exempt No, EPA Certified Yes, Flue Collar Size in. 6, UL Yes, Fuel Type Wood, Full Load Run Time Hours 7-9, Blower Power Supply Volts, Amps 110V, Heat Settings Variable, Product Type Fireplace insert, Door Opening W x H in. 17 3/4 x 9, Heating Capability sq. ft. 1,900, Mobile Home Approved No, Blower Included Yes, Blower CFM 130, Max. Log Size Accepted L in. 20, Dimensions W x D x H in. 27 x 26 1/2 x 22. 77 efficient insert heats up to 1900 sq. feet Provides a 7-9 hour full load run time Accepts logs up to 20in. Variable-speed 120 CFM blower Air-wash system keeps glass clean Fits most mid-size fireplaces with minimum opening dimensions 28 7/8in.W x 15 7/8in.D x 23 3/8in.H Includes 32in. x 50in. faceplate Assembly required
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Questions & Answers for Century Heating High-Efficiency Fireplace Wood Insert - 75,000 BTU, EPA-Certified CW2900, Model# CB00006

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Can I use this in a 42" see through fireplace.

I have a 42" see through fireplace can I use this type of fire box to replace it? Right now it has a 12" double wall flue and is 10 years old. Can I just frame the back side closed?
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This fireplace wood insert would not be recommend to be used in a see through fireplace.
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What are the emissions of this stove in grams / hour?

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The emissions of this stove in grams per hour is 3.89.
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Can I use the insert without the faceplate?

since my fireplace opening has an arched top, the square faceplate would not look good at all. I assume I would need to replace/modify my original damper so it would still close after installing the S.S. liner. Or I suppose i could cut the faceplace to fit inside the opening, but hard to make it fit perfect.
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The purpose of the faceplate is to cover the gap between the insert and the rough opening. The faceplate does not affect the function of the insert. The stainless steel liner will run all the way to the top of the chimney and should have fireproof insulation around it. There would have to be a modification so that the insulation stays in the chimney.
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In new construction which pipe is best? Also what is the clearance required for pipe?

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This Century fireplace wood insert is an insert only and not a stand alone fireplace. It should be installed only in an existing fireplace. A tube is required going up the chimney and out the roof. Northern does carry the proper tubing for this. See below.
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Currently have a natural gas, roof vented fireplace. Can this insert be used if the chimney is sized for the flue?

I'm in Northern Ca. Is this available to me in 95912?
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The Century Fireplace Wood Insert will require flex pipe such as the ones shown below in your existing chimney.
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Under features and benefits it states "Includes 32in. x 50in. faceplate". Does this mean it covers a max opening of about 49" W x 31" H??

I have a fireplace opening of 41" W x 30.75" H. Will this faceplate work for me or not? And if it does not, are there different size options available?
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Yes, this faceplate will work for your fireplace opening. As long as you are "at" or "within" the measurements it will work.
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Will this product work with my existing chimney pipe. It is 10 inches in diameter & was used for a vented gas log fireplace which could also be used a

Will this product work with my existing chimney pipe. It is 10 inches in diameter & was used for a vented gas log fireplace which could also be used as a wood burning fire place. It was a very expensive chimney pipe & if possible would like to keep it installed & use with your inserts.
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This Century Heating Fireplace Wood Insert has a 6" flue. Northern Tool offers 6" stainless steel flex kits that are designed to be used in an existing chimney. Changing the diameter pipe will greatly reduce the draw of the stove. This can cause potential fire hazard, as well as water and ice damage from condensation. It may be possible to keep your existing chimney with the use of a flex kit. Check local laws and ordinances in your area before making change to chimneys.
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Not recommended. The stove was designed for 6" and such a large difference would likely cause draft issues. Plus I'm not sure if natural gas pipes are rated differently than wood in terms of ability to take the higher heat for safety reasons. I'm thinking probably. Do yourself a favor and invest in a new 6" SS liner kit. They are surprisingly easy to install...yank the old one out, drop the new one in, and connect on both ends properly.
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 - Holland, PA
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What size is the glass viewing area on this model?

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The glass viewing area is approximately 9.5" x 16 3/4".
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Does this unit have CSA approval for use in Canada?

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 - Trail BC
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According to the manufacturer, this Century Heating High-Efficiency Fireplace Wood Insert can be sold to Canada.
This wood stove is not CSA approved, being as CSA does not approve wood stoves.
This wood stove is UL1482 and ULCS 627 Approved.
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How do you empty the ashes? Does it have a tray or do you have to shovel them out?

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The ashes in this fireplace need to be shoveled out.
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