Do you have to run the blower on a wood-burning fireplace insert all the time? I didn't know if they would get too hot if you turn the blower off. Would the blower pull a lot of electricity? Is that listed on the fireplace or is that provided?
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 02:44 PM

Our Answer:

For the fireplace inserts that we sell, and most other models that are available, it is not necessary to run the blower. The blower is simply an accessory that can be used to heat a room more rapidly or extend the reach of the insert while it is being burned. Most blowers will only draw 1-2 amps while running. This amperage information will be listed on a build plate that is attached to the blower, but is generally not provided with the manufacturer information.

From Section Page: Fireplace Inserts

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