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Leisure... | Answered on Feb 14, 2019 | 2,579 views


verify the breaker is on (reset) then power up and verify voltage with a meter, there are safty devices that will keep the unit from energizing other than the switch

Leisure... | Answered on Oct 09, 2018 | 673 views


It would seem to me that the Thermal fuse has "Blown" this is an internal protection device that operate from heat... they often fail spontaneously, when this happens oftem all else works but no heat.
You will have to take it to a reputable repair shop/man and get a firm "Quote" for repair.

Leisure... | Answered on Apr 20, 2018 | 1,213 views


Not for sure what you have, but if you just purchased the house, there might be air in the gas lines. If it sat vacant and the gas was off, or if they has swapped meters/worked on gas lines? Try cycling the fireplace several times. Or look around for a small door opening or if it's mounted to the exterior wall, look outside for the supply line in. If you do find a valve in the closed position, be aware of the fact that it may be off due to a reason, and you may want a plumber/fire place tech to service it.

Leisure... | Answered on Oct 19, 2017 | 147 views


Follow the pilot line from the gas valve this should show you where the pilot is .

Leisure... | Answered on Oct 15, 2017 | 51 views


Certainly ask a local electrician to take a look. Some electricians have a call-out charge and some don't so it is worth looking in your local directory and making a few calls. It would seriously take the good fortune from the fault being just a simple one if a hefty call-out charge was added.

Your friends and neighbours might be able to recommend someone.

Your post indicates the fire isn't very old. You presumably didn't buy it direct from the now-bankrupt company, but like most people you probably bought it from a retailer? The fact there is a guarantee the company can no longer honour is rather meaningless when your contract wasn't with the manufacturer but with the retailer.
When a person buys something a contract is made. In return for some money the retailer agrees to supply you with a fire that must be of merchantable quality. If it has worked for only a month it clearly wasn't of merchantable quality and the retailer should take responsibility for fixing it or replacing it.

Leisure... | Answered on Apr 05, 2017 | 2,088 views


turn it off and call an accredited electrician before some gets electrocuted
there is to be no small anything where power is concerned

Leisure Heating... | Answered on Sep 07, 2015 | 200 views


Maybe its the fireplace's ignition spark box at the bottom of the fireplace, its behind the bottom vents and bought one on line and replaced it, easy as pie. Best of luck

Leisure... | Answered on Mar 07, 2015 | 438 views


I took the fireplace's direct connect ignition spark box out of the bottom of the fireplace, its behind the bottom vents and bought one on line and replaced it, easy as pie. Best of luck

Leisure... | Answered on Mar 07, 2015 | 185 views


Hi clean pilot light check out thermocouple might need new one

Leisure... | Answered on Mar 07, 2015 | 197 views


a cubic foot is a 12inch by 12inch square by 12inch depth its like stacking 1500 little sq. boxes in a room or two.a 12ft by12ft room with 8ft walls would hold 1152 cubic feet or little boxes.so in comparison 1500cu ft is little more than one room,1000sqft is a small house.

Leisure... | Answered on Feb 22, 2015 | 151 views


How can I order a new remote for mode
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Leisure... | Answered on Feb 21, 2015 | 197 views


Bad news company...5 year old $500.00 device and the control board failed. NO parts...offered to sell me a new insert..No way Jose

Leisure... | Answered on Jan 21, 2015 | 928 views


It may need repairing, do not take risks trying to fix it without an expert. But its 4 years old so its better to replace it with new.

Leisure... | Answered on Jan 09, 2015 | 474 views


Is this a gas fireplace or electric? If you would post the make and model that would be a big help. IF it is gas then it has a flame sensor in it and those get dirty.

Leisure... | Answered on Jan 06, 2015 | 452 views


Most of these unit are controlled with a millivolt signal that is generated from the thermopile.
We see this often at the beginning of the year.
Remove the wires from you wall switch and clean them so you have new metal showing and tighten them back to the wall switch.

With your gas valve in the on position try the switch.

If this doe not work do the same thing to the wires on the gas valve where they hook to the TP/TH connecting and the Th connection.
More information can be found at www.allpartsinc.com

Leisure... | Answered on Nov 11, 2014 | 315 views


I have a Model 792864B. Before you attempt to light the pilot light - make sure that any wall control switch or remote control for the fireplace is in the off position. Locate the gas supply line. There should be a gas supply valve to turn on the gas supply. The valve is usually painted a different color than the supply line like blue, green or yellow. Open the valve by pivoting the handle to be parallel to the gas line, usually counter-clockwise. When it is closed it is at a 90 degree angle from the supply line. Locate the pilot light assembly - this is the pilot light. There should also be a red or black ignitor button and a black or green valve control knob with the words "on" "off" and "pilot" on it. It may be located inside a black box, mine is marked heatolator, that has a lift off top. Lift off the top of the box. Push in the valve control knob and turn it until the word "pilot" is in line with the arrow (my arrow is red) or indicator line. While pressing and holding in the valve control knob - it presses in about 1/4", press the red or black ignitor button repeatedly (once per second) until the pilot ignites. Once the pilot is lit, continue to hold the valve knob in for about 30 seconds and then slowly release. The pilot should remain lit. If it remains lit, press in and turn the valve control knob to the "on" position. The on/off wall or remote control switch should now light your fireplace. If the pilot doesn't ignite, turn off gas supply valve, wait about 5 minutes and try it again.

Leisure... | Answered on Nov 02, 2014 | 16,461 views

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