How to Fix a Fireplace?

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How you fix a fireplace depends on the fireplace. The most common thing that goes wrong with a fireplace is that the flu comes unhooked or sticks. This is easily fixed by looking into your chimney with a flashlight and rehooking the chain that connects the flu to the pull cord.
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1. Place a drop cloth in front of your fireplace, and then clean out the firebox with a broom and dustpan. 2. Clean the firebox floor and walls with plain water and old rags. Do not
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Check first your gas fireplace for any possible leakage. Identify if the leakage is caused by a loosened part. If that's the case have the loosened area tightened.
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contact the local gas appliance repair company. The most common problems are simple- a bad thermocouple, or blockage in air shutters. But our crystal ball is in the shop for repairs
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This has happened to me in the past, but no more. I set up the firebox with the typical fire making things such as paper, kindeling and logs, in that order, bottom to top. I get a
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