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Question DetailsAsked on 10/22/2013

who do I call to fix a gas fireplace?

I cannot ignite the gas fireplace. I keep pushing the ignition button but it never turns on the fireplace.It has been this way for a couple of years.

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Could be gas supply valve to the fireplace is shut off (usually within 2 feet of it, commonly inset into the face of the fireplace stone and uses a special square-head key, if ignitor is battery operated battery is dead, if gas has been shut off for a period of time while work was being done elsewhere in the house on an open line could be line is full of air so can take several minutes flow to displace air and replace with gas, could be safety system has failed so is refusing to light for that reason, etc, etc. Of course, if a remote ignition button the battery has to be good or the switch/breaker to it has to be on - commonly a wall switch nearby that turns the circuit off to the fireplace, if is powered.

If those don't work for you, a plumber could fix if related to gas supply or sometimes if related to ignition system. A gas stove repairman (from a stove store) could fix ignitor problems, maybe or maybe not gas supply problems. Assuming you have gas working elsewhere in the house, I guess I would try a gas stove/fireplace place.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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Hello

I had a similar problem. I called a local Fireplace company (Listed in Angies List) and he said that I need to replace a part (400$).



Answered 5 years ago by Guest_90559627




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