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Vent size and location for a burley acumen flueless gas fire.

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It depends on they type you have natural gas or front flame fireplace but here is the web site to show you where you can put them in, they have holes to run out of the wall or out the top of the stove but it depends on the type of fuel you are using try these sites to get your exact model and exact fix for your problem.
http://www.fireplacemegastore.co.uk/gas-fires-for-chimneys-and-flues and this one hope this helps and if it does rate the solution and thanks for using fix-ya.

http://www.fireplacemegastore.co.uk/catalytic-flueless-gas-fires/burley-acumen-flueless-gas-fire-4111

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  • Bruce Hathcock Oct 06, 2010

    If you decide to vent threw the back be sure to make the pipe goes down hill and drill a 2 inch hole for vent pipe, need at least a 13% slant so moisture will drain out the exhaust pipe.

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