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Question DetailsAsked on 12/5/2011

RE: GAS FIREPLACE....I can't seem to get it lit. Please refer someone who can help me.Thanks,Steve Blumberg

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Call a Fireplace Shop or possibly a chimney sweep company. Check for local people at or Sometimes you also find that an HVAC company will work on fireplaces but I would tend to prefer someone is more directly involved in working on fireplaces.

Answered 8 years ago by Jim Brewer


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Answered 8 years ago by Cas


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Answered 8 years ago by Cas


Hi, Steve,

Call a licensed plumbing technician to check out your gas fireplace. A plumbing license is required in most states to work on gas lines or gas connections.

At Texas Plumbing Diagnostics, we offer a Fireplace Service that includes checking the gas fireplace, gas lines and gas connection, and then instructing the customer on how to use his or her fireplace.

Try to find a company in your area that is willing to take time to explain any problems and how you can safely operate your gas fireplace.

Best wishes!

Dixie Bishop
Texas Plumbing Diagnostics

Answered 8 years ago by DixieBishop

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