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Sounds like fan motor bearings have died. You can likely search for a new fan online.

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should be a garden hose down at bottom either exposed or remove front panel by controls or pump out with simer or cover pump

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sounds like motor overheating if able to check amps see if 1 drawing more than 2

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sadly I can find nothing about a glass lidded cooker of that MAKE model

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check inside power box cover for voltage requirements

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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.

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I found a link on Google to download the PDF format. www.thespasyndicate.com or www.SpaParts123.net.

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

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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.

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