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Fan working hot air not coming through front vent

No hot air

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One, is there any air at all coming through the top vent? If not schedule a professional service call with a local reputable company. You may have a blockage. If there is air coming through and it is cool, try letting the fireplace warm up for about 15 minutes before trying to run the fan. The fan can only blow hot air after the fireplace gets hot.

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