vent-free gas log sets

I can't believe nobody knows anything about vent-free gas log sets. A big disappointment from a group that has so many new threads going.
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Chuck wrote:

What is your QUESTION?
I have had one for more then 15 years. Use it to heat 1150 sq ft house. Works great. Understand though that my house is 53 years old and windows do leak. Ventilation is key. Also remember they do produce water vapor. We have never had a problem with this. But is something to keep in mind.
Chris
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Chuck wrote:

Ok. I found your original question from November 19, 2008. I do not believe you can convert them. Not only are the sensors different, but I believe the burners are also different.
Vanguard sells 18 inch logs and Peterson sells 16 inch vent free.
Hope this helps.
Chris
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i don't see the question. but here's an answer: can be burn danger to kids, pets. not permitted under many municipal ordinances. ask your local inspector for the info in your town as it relates to your zipcode and structure and use. the manual for an unvented gas log here says requires a window to be opened in the same room to provide fresh air for combustion. hope that helps. perhaps you can consider a safer direct vented log fireplace insert? [or play the dvd with the beautiful burning fireplace on an old tv in the old fireplace]
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