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Can't get the legs on!

Just bought the QJ004 vent free gas fireplace - can't figure out how to attach the legs & there is no information in the manual. any ideas??

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  • enviro1982 Nov 23, 2008




    no directions on how to attach the legs to the stove. No instrucitons on which screws, if any to use. Three different size screws were included. I also have some rubber triangles. No instrucitons on where these go. Can anyone provide help?


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SOURCE: Procom fireplaces

Empire makes a wall heater that is direct-vent that looks similar to vent- free wall heaters. Here is a link to a website that sells their products... http://www.mastersalesonline.com/empire/index.html. I am not sure of the prices you will need to call the on-line store. I hope this helps you.

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

stpaulmercan
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SOURCE: Procom 30,000 Btu gas stove.fireplace

The bracket in the box is for attaching the control module for the optional blower. Of course, they don't tell you that in the manual. It's a moot point now, as this model has been replaced with the GSD3033 25k btu dual-fuel unit that does not have an external control module as the QL300 and QN300 models had.

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Can't attach legs to ProCom QN300TYLA heater.

Here is a link the an owner's manual... http://www.usaprocom.com/force_download.php?file=manuals/169.pdf&name=QD250T. Page 6 should give you the directions you need. I hope this helps!

Posted on Jul 09, 2009

heatman101
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SOURCE: I have a ProCom FBN400TYLA vent free natural gas

Found the manual on line and copied directly from it:
WARNING
Models FBN400 are equipped for Natural
gas. Field conversion is not
permitted.
Models FBL400 are equipped for Propane
gas. Field conversion is not permitted

This should answer your question.
See if you can run the gas line or find someone to do it cheaper for you.

Posted on Nov 15, 2009

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