Identifying my gas insert fireplace

Old 12-03-19, 05:07 PM
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Identifying my gas insert fireplace

Hello, I am trying to identify my gas insert fireplace. I cannot find the data plate anywhere. Not by the controls, neither side or back of the unit.

The problem I am having, is when it is running at temp for a bit there is a rattle that gets louder as it runs. I can tell the fan blade is probably warped. I would like to identify so I can maybe find a manual and track down some replacement parts. Or maybe just find the fan without tearing everything apart. It may just need a little tweak to prevent from rubbing. Please let me know if anyone recognizes this unit. Thank you!

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Old 12-03-19, 08:58 PM
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Welcome to the forums.

There are so many inserts that it's almost impossible to recognize them.
Is that some type of emblem in the upper right corner of the glass ?
Have you tried removing that cover over the gas valve ?

Based on most of the inserts I've worked on.....I can envision you needing to remove the insert to work on the blower. That requires the gas to be turned off, electric turned off and sometimes difficult breaking the vent line.
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Look underneath and behind the insert. You can hold a mirror in your hand and shine a flashlight to look behind for a data plate or name. More modern units are required to have a stamped stainless steel placard permanently attached to the device somewhere. It can be riveted on somewhere or attached by a cable.

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