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We really like the Innsbrook Med. Direct Vent Gas Insert but our problem is that it makes the room too hot. Is there any way we can turn down the heat and still have the flames going. Is there a thermostat control on this unit ? Will the blower speed con
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 03:47 PM

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There is no real way to reduce the heat output of this unit while maintaining large, attractive flames. However, it can indeed be controlled thermostatically. We have a few different options. Please follow the below links to view two of these. Basic Reed Switch Operation Wireless Digital Unit The blower will actually work to more efficiently distribute the heat of the fireplace. Which is the opposite of the effect which you desire.

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We really like the Innsbrook Med. Direct Vent Gas Insert but our problem is that it makes the room too hot. Is there any way we can turn down the heat and still have the flames going. Is there a thermostat control on this unit ? Will the blower speed control lower the heat?

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