A gas fireplace works by:Using a dedicated gas supply provided to the fireplace to burn as fuel. Using an electrical supply for the ignition system to work (needed for many modern gas fireplaces that use electronic ignition system rather than standing pilot lights).
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How does a gas fireplace work?
This makes the workings of a gas fireplace different to other forms of fireplace because gas can鈥檛 be burnt in the same way that wood or other forms of solid fuel can. Using a dedicated gas supply provided to the fireplace to burn as fuel.
What should I do if my gas fireplace won鈥檛 start?
Immediately call your gas supplier from outside your home. Many gas fireplaces operate with a remote control. Before the remote can work, the master switch must be in the 鈥淥n鈥?position on the fireplace. Those that don鈥檛 have remotes have a rocker-type switch located behind the lower grill on the fireplace that ignites the pilot light.
Will a gas fireplace work without power?
How well the gas fireplace operates during power outages depends on the model. Grey Forest Utilities points out that most fireplace valves won’t open without power. The electronic ignition that operates the blower and flame height will not function, but the pilot light will remain lit and the logs will produce heat.
How do you open a gas fireplace with a key?
Grasp the handle of the key, which looks like a long metal pole. Insert the square end of the key into the key hole until it stops. Jiggle the key slightly until you feel it lock into place inside the keyhole. Turn the key counterclockwise approximately 1/2 turn to release the flow of gas into the fireplace logs.