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Do Flueless Gas Fires Smell?

If it is installed correctly, with an air vent in the room, and operated as instructed then NO. Flueless gas fires use fresh air from the room. If the air quality is poor then this poor quality air will be drawn into the fire and burned causing a smell. Whenever the cause of smells has been investigated it has not been the fire but by people doing something to the air quality or changes in the home. Examples are: burning scented candles, using air fresheners, decorating, new furniture, spraying aerosols, new carpets etc.
If it is installed correctly, with an air vent in the room, and operated as instructed then NO. As described above the fire uses fresh air from the room. If the air quality is poor then this poor quality air will be drawn into the fire and burned causing a smell. Whenever the cause of smells has been investigated it has not been the fire but by people doing something to the air quality or changes in the home. Examples are: burning scented candles, using air fresheners, decorating, new furniture, spraying aerosols, new carpets etc.

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