To light a gas fireplace, turn the gas supply valve on, depress and hold the supply valve in, and repeatedly press the ignition button until the pilot flame lights up. Release the control valve once the pilot is lit. More »

To troubleshoot a Napoleon gas fireplace that will not stay lit, check the drip loop, the pilot light, the thermocouple and the gas valve to ensure all components are clean and working before replacing. If the gas firepl... More »

The most common reasons for gas fireplaces not lighting are pilot lights, clogged tubing and worn out thermocouples. While only experts should fix broken gas fireplaces, the average layman can identify the problem fairly... More »

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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... More »

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To repair a gas fireplace, inspect the pilot light, the igniter and the fuel valve if the fireplace does not ignite. Check for loose connections and inadequate voltage if the main burner does not come on. Also, ensure th... More »

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To troubleshoot a Napoleon gas fireplace that will not stay lit, check the drip loop, the pilot light, the thermocouple and the gas valve to ensure all components are clean and working before replacing. If the gas firepl... More »

By checking the furnace's power supply, thermostat, filters, pilot and gas valve, a homeowner can determine why a furnace motor blower is not turning on or functioning properly according to popular contractor Bob Villa. ... More »