Installing a TV directly above a wood stoveisn鈥檛 typically recommended,but if a TV will be sufficiently protected from the heat of a wood stove it may be suitable. TVs should be placed outside of clearance distances to combustibles,and a mantel can help protect a TV from the heat.
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Can you put a TV above a wood burning stove?
In most cases, you should not install electronics above wood-burning stoves or gas fireplaces and inserts because they produce massive amounts of heat. That heat could severely damage your tv or other electronic devices.
Do gas fireplaces heat up a TV?
Gas fireplaces generally produce less heat upward behind the mounting wall than wood-burning fireplaces, though it still can be too much heat for a TV. You can protect your TV from fireplace heat by closing the fireplace doors and adding a mantel that will deflect some heat from going directly up toward the TV.
How do you protect a TV from heat from a fireplace?
Installing a fireplace mantel or hood will help deflect the heat coming from a fireplace and help keep radiant heat from melting or damaging your TV. Using a fireplace mantel or fireplace hood with your wood-burning, gas or electric fireplace is also a great way to help block any heat coming from fires from impacting your TV.
Does a wood-burning stove damage an LCD TV?
Does a wood-burning stove produce enough heat to damage an LCD television? The short answer is no, and can you put a TV above a fireplace that鈥檚 the main purpose is for heating your home.