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I am looking for the original repair parts for my prefab fireplace. Make: Empress heat circulating fireplace Model 736 or 737. I want to rebuild the inside. Thank you for your help. Elisabeth

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  • cdumelie Sep 18, 2010

    Did you find what you were looking for? If you did, I have the same problem. I would like to replace the insert for my fireplace; same model.

    cdumelie@sasktel.net

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    Chimney Chick Aug 14, 2014

    Empress Fireplaces are no longer manufactured and there are NO replacement parts available. Since these units are pushing the 30 year mark I would strongly suggest having a Certified Chimney Sweep out to look over the entire installation as the fireplace and chimney may have passed their prime and are in need or replacement. These fireplaces only lasted about 25 years ..

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Do you happen to have the manual for the 736-737 Empress fireplace?

Posted on Jan 13, 2014

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    Chimney Chick Aug 14, 2014

    If anyone has one of these original manuals please den me a copy for my archives, thank you yvette@aimsweep.com

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