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Martin SC36 Conversion

Posted by swainner (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 31, 07 at 2:13

I have a Martin SC36 (aka Aspen HC36A) firebox with a gas burner installed on a line to an outdoor 20lb propane tank. Can this unit be converted to a natural wood burning fireplace, but simply capping the gas line and removing the burner? What do I need to verify to insure that the box is satisfactory for burning wood.


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RE: Martin SC36 Conversion

I have a Martin SC36 (aka Aspen HC36A) firebox with a gas burner installed on a line to natural gas line. Can this unit be converted to a natural wood burning fireplace, but simply capping the gas line and removing the burner? What do I need to verify to insure that the box is satisfactory for burning wood.


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