Is it OK to put a new TV over a mantle with gas logs in the fireplace?

The gas is propane. The TV is a new Toshiba. I'm told the gas is completely burned, but who can prove that? There would be a small amount of heat
that would get to the TV. thanks, mamajo

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  • Lynn Lynn on Mar 02, 2018
    All good, go for it!
  • P McCammon P McCammon on Mar 02, 2018
    I have a propane gas fireplace with a tv above. Our mantle deflects most of the heat and the tv is far enough away from the fire that it doesn't get warm at all. So I think it depends on the layout.

  • Laura Cooper Laura Cooper on Mar 02, 2018
    Your fireplace should be direct vented to the outside via a shielded duct. That protects your drywall and framing from fire and heat. Any heat that comes in to the TV area is likely just warm. However, some electronics are sensitive. Be sure the vents on the TV have adequate airflow
  • William William on Mar 02, 2018
    I have my TV over a wood burning fireplace for four years and have had no problems.
  • Dfm Dfm on Mar 03, 2018
    dont worry about it. the products of combustion are vented out. I had one put in at house no. 2 to keep the lower level warm. It was programmable to the temp you wanted. That’s about the only thing I miss about that place.
  • Lisa S. Lisa S. on Mar 04, 2018
    Consider if your neck will get tired. TV is supposed to be viewed at eye level. This will be anything but eye level.
  • Debra Lee Halverson Debra Lee Halverson on Mar 04, 2018
    We have one on ours with no problems!
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