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I see in the latest catalog that this is listed as new and EPA phase 1 rated
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can the stove be disassembled easily and then reassembled easily so it can be packed on a horse

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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. UL Yes, Blower CFM 130, Max. Log Size Accepted L in. 20, Flue Collar Size in. 6, Dimensions W x D x H in. 27 x 26 1/2 x 22, BTU Output 75,000, EPA Certified Yes, Mobile Home Approved No, Heat Settings Variable, Firebox Size W x D in. 21 1/4 x 16 3/4, Fuel Type Wood, Blower Included Yes, Product Type Fireplace insert, Door Opening W x H in. 17 3/4 x 9, Assembly Required Yes, Heating Capability sq. ft. 500 to 2100, EPA Exempt No, Full Load Run Time Hours 7-9, Blower Power Supply Volts, Amps 110V, Stove Pipe Included No. 77 efficient insert is recommended to heat 500 to 2100 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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What is the baffle made out of?

asked 4 months, 4 weeks ago
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The baffle is made from seat cast material.
answered 4 months, 4 weeks ago
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If my masonry opening is 18" can this unit be installed extending out of the masonry opening?

I have a 15" deep brick shelf in front of the opening.
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The faceplate would need to sit flush with the fireplace. It cannot extend out from the masonry opening. The minimum opening width dimension for this insert is 28 7/8", the minimum depth would be 15 7/8" and the minimum height would be 23 3/8".
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I was just curious to how you clean the chimney, do you just sweep normally and scoop out the mess from firebox?

 
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asked 11 months ago
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The fireplace insert would require a chimney liner. The chimney liner would be cleaned by first removing the vertical cap at the top or disconnecting it from the fireplace insert. You would use a poly propylene chimney brush along with the rod extensions to clean the liner. The firebox would need to be scooped out with an ash shovel.
answered 11 months ago
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ProductExpert6
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Yes, most of it will fall right into the fire box. Some will fall on top of the re-burn chamber. You can either use a shop vac to get most of it or shake the top portion of the chamber and it will fall off into the firebox.
answered 10 months ago
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04XB12s
 - Clarksburg, MD
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Will this product can be installed in non masonry opening?

I plan to use zero clearance opening with wood frame for wood stove insert. Will it be safe for me to use this product with steel flex tube in wood frame opening?
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Randy8
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This Century Heating High-Efficiency Fireplace Wood Insert cannot be installed in a non-masonry opening.
answered 11 months ago
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Is this stove non-catalytic

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Yes this is a non-catalytic stove insert.
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is there a damper on this stove

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rookie2
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This wood insert does not have a damper.
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Is this clean heat; will my house get full of black soot?

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PatriciaI
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As long as this fireplace is properly installed it will produce clean heat with no black soot.
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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.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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What are the emissions of this stove in grams / hour?

asked 1 year, 6 months ago
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The emissions of this stove in grams per hour is 3.89.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
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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.
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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Edmilk
 - Alabama
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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.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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