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I need a manual for temtex TLC 423 fireplace

I need to replace or repair the damper on my Temtex fireplace model # TLC 423

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SOURCE: can i put harwood floor up to my gas fireplace insert

I don't see any problems for a fire hazard if that is what you are looking at. The reason I would stay away from that is the heat is going to damage your floor by warping or creating dry rot.

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SOURCE: I'm looking for a manual for the Temtex gas fireplace model ADL 36-1 and/or ADL 36-1N

Try here

I think it is obsolete though.

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Testimonial: "when I click the link it goes to a gas outdoor grill - not an indoor gas fireplace. I understand that the actual model number ADL 36-1 or ADL 36-1N has been discontinued. However, we are selling the home and have been requested to provide the manual. I've not been able to find anything online."

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