Napoleon AlluraVision 74 inch Slimline Wall Mounted Electric Fireplace | NEFL74CHS |
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Napoleon's Alluravision 74 inch linear electric fireplaces stand out from the rest with their nearly frameless viewing area that highlights the unique flame colors. The Alluravision 74 Slimline features a soft fade in and out when turned on and off and they can be used as a heater at any time with or without the flame being on. Set the mood with yellow, orange, blue and multicolor flames with the push of a button. Easy to use, this electric fireplace is plug and play - just hang on the wall and plug it in. Napoleon's Alluravision Series linear electric fireplaces are about adding the fireplace, and not the frame to your favorite room.
|Dimensions||17 5/16"H x 76 3/4"W x 4 1/4"D|
|BTU Output||up to 5,000|
Wall Mount, Partial Recess, Fully Recessed
How will this fireplace be sent to my house?
The Alluravision 74 fireplace will be shipped via freight truck or standard ground service. For freight delivery, it is necessary for you or someone you choose to be available at the time and place of the delivery. Read more about how freight shipping works on our FAQ page.
Can this fireplace be recessed into the wall?
Yes, the Alluravision 74 can be wall mounted, partially recessed or fully recessed. Check out the excerpts from the installation manual in the images above to see how the Alluravision 74 can be installed using the included wall bracket or building it into the wall
What are the electrical requirements?
The Alluravision 74 is equipped with a standard plug for any outlet, it requires a 15 AMP, 120 Volt circuit. It is not required, but recommended that the circuit be dedicated, as additional electrical draw from other appliances may trip the breaker. The Alluravision 74 can also be hard wired, you can see the hard wiring instructions in the images above.
How much does it cost to use the heater?
That depends on your electricity rates. The current average is $0.12/KWH, the Alluravision 74 Slim uses 1.5 Kw/H on high, so it will cost around $0.18/Hour to operate.
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