Model # 2609-B

Internet #202958829

Real Flame 24 in. Birch Convert to Gel Fireplace Logs
0752370260910

Discontinued Real Flame

24 in. Birch Convert to Gel Fireplace Logs

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Product Overview

Convert your existing gas or wood-burning fireplace into a Real Flame gel-fueled fireplace and never worry about hauling wood, messy ashes or soot again. The 6-piece realistic log set holds up to three cans of Real Flame gel fuel. Lift assembly allows for easy access to place and remove cans. Includes wrought iron grate and lava rocks. This log set does not need venting, there is no need to open the flue and it can be used in dormant fireplaces.

  • Fits most existing wood burning fireplaces
  • Made from hand-painted cast concrete and steel
  • Comes complete with 6-piece log set, grate and decorative lava rock
  • Uses only Real Flame 13 oz. gel fuel cans
  • Minimal assembly required

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Customer Questions & Answers

can you use bioethanol fuel with these concrete logs?

Asked by: sdpb
No, the use of biofuel is not recommended with this product.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-01-31

does this product use a 110 electric plug

Asked by: dottie
No, this item uses up to three cans of Real Flame® Ventless Fireplace fuel cans in the fuel tray located in the middle of the grate.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2015-10-23

does it come with gas burner and a remote?

does it come with gas burner and a remote?
Asked by: bird3325
No, the logs do not include a gas burner or a remote.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-02-27

Can you use this set with an existing natural gas line instead of the gel cans?

Asked by: Swan319
I do believe so. The logs seem to be made of the same type material (ceramic or similar) as the gas logs I had in my previous fireplace. Running the gel fuel heats them up pretty good and no issues wtih mine.
Answered by: bigfamily
Date published: 2016-12-06
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