No you can not as it does not meet the clearance requirements. -GHP
Yes wiring instructions are on page 28 of the manual . -GHP
I'm not the manufacturer-just a consumer like you but I seriously doubt it. This is an RF remote control, not an IR remote control. I don't know of a mount that would hold the remote on the wall but since it's RF instead of IR it doesn't need to be pointed directly at the logs to affect on/off. To be absolutely sure though, I'd suggest calling the manufacturer direct. I'm on my 2nd set of these logs in as many homes and I've found the manufacturer both responsive and helpful on a number of occasions.
Your heater is equipped to operate on either propane or natural gas. The heater is shipped from the factory ready for connecting to propane. The heater can easily be changed to natural gas by having your qualified installer follow the instructions on page 16 and the markings on the heater. We recommend a 100lb tank. -GHP
I think the simple answer to your question is, yes. The gas line connects directly to the back of the unir. The remote is then used to either turn gas -i.e., the valve on or turn it off. There is no provision for turning the gas "up" or "down"; it's either on or it's off. The thermostat in the remote varies by 2 degrees so if the temp set point is 70, the logs will turn off at 72, then turn back on at 68.
Yes, but only by changin the set point on the remote. The remote will turn the flames on and off as needed. There is no flame adjustment
You set your desired temp on the remote- say 72 degrees. The remote will automatically turn the flames on and off when the desired temp is reached at the remote -i.e., the flame is always the same when it's on.
The remote turns the flame on/off as needed. There is no flame adjustment on these logs
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Yes. You can use the remote to turn on/off manually or the remote will do it automatically but there is no flame adjustment