The power cord can be run from behind the trim and along
the wall to an outlet near the fireplace.
A new outlet can be installed inside the framing
Plug the unit into a 15Amp/120Volt outlet. If the cord
does not reach, you may use an
extension cord rated for a minimum of 1875 watts.
1. Seal all drafts and vents with a non-fibrous insulation
material to prevent any chimney debris from falling
onto the fireplace. Do not install into an existing
fireplace that is prone to dampness.
2. Cap the top of the chimney flue to prevent rain from
3. Plan your electric power supply.
4. The power cord can run along the front of the hearth
to an outlet near the fireplace.
Clearance for air circulation beneath the fireplace insert is
provided by two spacers. DO NOT INSTALL THE
FIREPLACE INSERT DIRECTLY ON CARPET OR SIMILAR
SURFACES WHICH MAY RESTRICT AIR CIRCULATION. If
installing the fireplace in a carpeted area, place a one-piece,
solid, flat surface under the fireplace insert. Ensure that all
three of the insert’s feet rest securely on this surface.
For Bathroom Use
If this unit is installed in a bathroom it must be protected by a
GFI receptacle or circuit. If receptacle is used it must be
readily accessible. To prevent electrical shock this unit is an
electrical appliance that is not watertight and must be
installed as to prevent water from entering unit. This must be
installed away from showers, tubs, etc. Never locate fireplace
where it may fall into a bathtub or other water container. High
temperatures may be generated under certain abnormal
conditions. Do not partially or fully cover or obstruct the front
of this heater.