The Diagram shows how to mount a TV above your Flare fireplace without a recess across the top. This will give you the ability to move the TV to the height that best suits your taste, as well as upgrade the size of your TV if necessary.
Depending on the unit size and BTU , heat release location on the wall, The heat can be up to 180 degrees F
The Flare Fireplace frameless design directs the heat from the fireplace into the fireplace chase to be released from the top heat release. The design allows for relatively low temperature on the external wall above the fireplace. A TV may be installed no lower than 11 inches from the top of the glass on the fireplace. The
Changing the Flare Fireplaces linear fireplace remote from Celsius to Fahrenheit can be done by pressing the ON and Counter down button. For more information on the Flare 6 button remote , please view the remote manual below: Flare Fireplaces - remote manual For a quick video on the remote operation use: Click here to view
Flare-FF-50 framing example The framing guides for each fireplace can be found under download center on the product page. Metal studs are 2 inches away from the fireplace here. The minimum distance is 1/2 inch away from the fireplace. Covered wood stud below non combustible line are 2 1/2" away from the fireplace. See the
Do not place any type of media on the pilot or in front of the pilot. Keep 1” distance from the pilot to allow correct operation of the pilot. Media can be put over the Flare burner. Avoid from placing media over the main burner ports as it may disrupt flame in case of
Duravent framing cutout for 4x6 and 5x8 vents Table taken from the Duravent install manual. See more details at duravent.com
See below example for Flare-DC-45 framing based on Flare framing guide The framing guides for each fireplace can be found under download center on the product page.
Can a Flare linear fireplace be installed 1” from a covered combustible back wall ? No The clearance to covered combustible material is a minimum of 2 1/2”. Covering the combustible material with non-combustible does not reduce the minimal clearance to combustible. Clearance requirements: 2” to non-combustible 2 1/2” to combustible (and it must be covered)