How do I get the liner of our Napoleon fireplace insert replaced?

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Posted by: from Newmarket
11/3/2014 at 9:03:19 AM

We have a 25 year old fireplace in a home we just moved into and found that the liner is breaking apart. Can it be replaced or do we have to get a new insert altogether?

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Date/Time11/3/2014 at 7:08:54 PM

Yes you can change the stone liner. However being 25 years old, they might not be available. Look over the fireplace for any model numbers and contact a napolean dealer to see if the parts are available. Another possible option would to have normal fire bricks cut to the right size to fit your fireplace. A fireplace repair company could help with that option.

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Dixon in Granby
Date/Time4/29/2015 at 11:57:38 PM

Considering the age of the fireplace, I would recommend that you contact a professional to check. They will be able to identify if there is any structural weakness in the fireplace apart from the stone liner & help you make the necessary repairs needed to get the fireplace back lit again.

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