How Do You Turn on a Gas Fireplace?


Turning on a gas fireplace depends on the type of fireplace. There is usually a lever on the outside or just inside of the fireplace. You should turn it on very low, light the gas with a long lighter or match, then turn the gas up to the level you want.
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The first step to lighting a gas fireplace is to find the valve that will turn the gas on. It will most commonly consist of a valve that is mounted in the wall or brick and a key.
If you can unlock a door or start a car, then you'll be fine with turning on your gas fireplace. Look on either side of the fireplace and there will be a place for the key to go.
Usually a control valve to the side of the fireplace. Check side when gas pipe enters.
Poor horse has a fireplace inside? Look for the manufacturer's name and then do a web search for "lighting instructions". If you cannot find them, there should be knob that
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