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Question DetailsAsked on 2/17/2015

how much to get gas logs repaired? Located near Monroe, NC

Gas logs will not stay lit. Appears problem with thermocouple.

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This is Kyle K with Member Care. Thanks for posting your question.

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Answered 5 years ago by Member Services


Some use a standard funace/hot water heater model thermocouple, other a custom design. IF the former than a normal Plumber should be able to fix it for minimum service charge plus cost of the thermocouple - $10 or thereabouts typically.

If custom type, then a plumber would have to come, seewhat you have, then order thermocouple, then come back (second visit charge commonly) to install it - so all around, I would say a gas log/gas insert place that sells and services them would be a better bet. Gas Logs is your Search the List category. Assuming the thermocouple or similar simple issue is the problem, probably about $70-100 labor plus the part - could be around half again to double that if the problem is in the gas valve itself and it needs changing out, depending on whether it is readily accessible or embedded in the facing of the fireplace.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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