How to Start a Pilot Light in a Vented Fireplace?

Answer A vented gas fireplace is directly vented through the wall, allowing excess heat and fumes to be expelled outside of your house. Like most gas appliances, vented gas fireplaces use a pilot light to... Read More »

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How to Start a Pilot Light on a Fireplace?

Starting the pilot light on a fireplace is a fairly simple job that can do in just a few minutes.Because of the dangers of lighting propane or natural gas, care must be taken while performing this ... Read More »

Does leaving the pilot light on use much gas on a gas fireplace?

A gas fireplace pilot light consumes 600 to 900 BTUs (British Thermal Units) per hour. The pilot light of an average heating appliance costs between 8 and 11 cents per day, which amounts to approx... Read More »

Should I Keep the Pilot Light Burning on a Gas Fireplace?

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How do i relight the pilot light on my fireplace?

Depress the off/on/pilot knob and turn it to the "pilot" setting. Hold down the same knob for about 45 seconds and click the ignite button repeatedly until the pilot lights. Stop depressing the p... Read More »