How do I turn on my fireplace blower?

How do I turn on my fireplace blower?

How do I turn on my fireplace blower?

You can control fireplace blowers turning on and off, but it takes about 10-20 minutes for the process to complete itself. You can automatically control a fireplace blower’s power setting through a thermostat or a wall switch. To do this successfully, you will need to leave the designated wall switch on.

How does the blower work in a fireplace?

Fireplace blowers rely on convection heating to create warm air that’s expelled into your home. With a fireplace blower installed, your fireplace will draw cool air into a series of tubes where it’s heated. The heated air will then be blown back into your home.

What is the switch on my wood fireplace?

When no wall switch has been installed for the blower, a thermostat switch makes it possible to control the blower’s on and off operation automatically.

How long does it take for a fireplace blower to turn on?

Plug the blower back in and turn on the fireplace. If the blower takes longer than 10 minutes to turn on, re position the fireplace thermostat sensor to a place on the bottom of the firebox that gets warmer faster.

Why does my fireplace fan not turn off?

If your furnace fan won’t turn off, you most likely have one of these 3 problems: Your furnace fan limit switch is set to “manual override” The fan limit switch is faulty and needs to be replaced. There’s a problem in your thermostat wiring.

How long before fireplace blower turns on?

Why does my wood fireplace have a switch?

How do you install a blower in a wood burning fireplace?

You can add a fan to most types of wood burning fireplaces. To do that, you need a fireplace-rated fan and a fire-resistant cable running under the firebox. If your fireplace isn’t compatible with a fan, you can install a blower kit, which comes with a fan, thermostat, and the necessary wiring and connections.