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Marco fireplace log placement

The logs are all in a mess and I just moved here and i can't find anyone who can tell me how the logs are to go and I'm by myself and to old to figure it out does anyone have a diagram sure would appreciate it. any help would do. Thanks nana

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Hello,

To help you out:
you can go to www.marco-fireplace.com
They will either have it online or refer you to a contact person.

Fireplacegirl

Posted on Apr 26, 2008

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