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How does one ignite a gas fireplace?

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Quick Answer

To ignite a gas fireplace, turn the gas supply valve on, press and turn the valve control knob to the 6 o’clock position, and press the igniter button repeatedly until the pilot ignites. Turn the fireplace wall switch or remote control on to light the fire.

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How does one ignite a gas fireplace?
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  1. Open the gas supply valve

    Locate the gas supply valve and open it by rotating the handle parallel to gas line.

  2. Locate the pilot assembly and igniter button

    Locate the pilot assembly spark igniter and the igniter button. Ensure that the wall switch, remote control and rocker switch are turned off.

  3. Light the flame

    Push the valve control knob in and rotate it counter-clockwise until the word "pilot" is in the 6 o'clock position. While holding the valve knob in, repeatedly press the igniter button until the pilot ignites. Turn the fireplace wall switch or remote control on to start the fire.

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