Originally Posted by syencer
Mine has a remotr and it also has manual controls in the top right hand corner of it. My remote was stolen during a break in of my camper and I wanted to replace and I was told that I would have to but the whole fireplace at $560,00, so after a bit of research and a few e-mails, I found the manufacturer/distributor of the Greystone Model F2811FL and the lady that responded to my email said she would send me out 1. A week later it was delivered in my mailbox with $1.66 postage due. Money well spent!!!
I think that Greystone fireplace in our Columbus rigs is a little fancier than the simple on off fireplace others are describing. The Greystone needs a remote to switch all the different modes and features. It controls thermostat, timer, embers, backlight, flame intensity, etc. If you are sitting, you can see a cool multicolor LED display of the settings in the upper right corner on the glass face of the fireplace. You need the remote with this one and the remote does not screw around with the tv/stereo.