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Stupid Question Time.

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by Romney, Apr 24, 2005.

  1. Romney

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    I am currently wanting to build a false wall, which will house my open fire place (rarely used) - but - what are the implications if I house my plasma in teh false wall above the fire place - I know you see lots of pictures in magazines where this happens - but will the heat of the fire (when in use) effect the performance of the Plasma? Will it speed up the drying process of the gas?

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Many Thanks
     
  2. Jazz Monkey Jr

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    It is regarded as OK to mount it over the fireplace IMO as long as the temperature doesn't go over 40C, you should get your fire on full and then take a reading directly where the plasma is going to go. I have not heard of any problems.

    If you do a search plasmas over fireplaces you should get a few threads to read.
     
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    Many thanks.
     

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