How Do You Install Logs In A Natural Gas Fireplace?
A natural gas fireplace is a popular choice for homeowners today. It is clean, starts immediately and is easy to use. You may need to replace your gas logs over time. Attempt this only if you are competent working around natural gas. Natural gas is explosive and can be dangerous. If you are unsure if you can handle this task, you may want to call in a professional to do the job. Otherwise, follow the manufacturer’s instructions for installation closely. Shut off the gas to the fireplace. If you are replacing an old set of gas logs, remove them. Remove the front cover to your fireplace by following the manufacturer’s instructions for your unit. Use an adjustable wrench to disconnect the gas line. Lift out the old burner. Clean away any soot or debris with a whisk broom and dustpan. Set the new burner in the bottom of the fireplace firebox. Attach the gas line supply by first applying pipe thread sealant to the gas connectors. Attach the line to the burner and use two adjustable wrenches
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