Gas Fireplace Won't Start But Pilot Light Is On. Evacuate the air and try lighting the pilot light. If you don’t see a flame, try lighting the pilot light yourself.
Bad thermocouples or electric ignition can also cause a problem. When the pilot is lit you will see a blue flame under the logs. Step 2 if the gas is turned on but the pilot hasn’t been ignited in months, try purging the air from the pilot tubing.
When I Switch On The Fireplace, Sometimes The Log Fire Starts To Burn And Sometimes Not.
If your gas fireplace won't light, this video will show you the steps to take to troubleshoot the problem and fix it. A stuck valve or a issue with the gas regulator at your tank will reduce the reliability of your fireplace. I've measured the voltage between tp/th and and tp terminals on the gas flow knob and voltage appears to be around 600mv (if i measured it properly).
There Is A Possibility That There Is Air Trapped In The Tubing Leading To The Logs.
Heat n glo fireplaces start malfunctioning over time just like any other appliances in our home. The pilot light stays lit sometimes and sometimes not. I took out the logs and vacuumed the insides thoroughly.
If Gas Is Coming Out Of The Pilot, But It Still Won't Light, The Spark Igniter Could Be The Problem.
For example, the heat n glo fireplace turns off by itself, the ignitor won’t light, the pilot won’t stay lit, the pilot light goes out, flame color changing frequently, fireplace not turning on, a faulty valve, fan and remote not working are the common issues you will encounter. There is nothing more disappointing that the gas fireplace does not light on a cold night. This is basically the role of the pilot light.
If The Burner Lights, The Problem.
Look for and clear out any debris between the igniter and. Check around the gas valve area for an off/on rocker switch. Hi, the pilot light of my gas fireplace is lit, but the main flame doesn't turn on automatically.
When The Pilot Is Lit You Will See A Blue Flame Under The Logs.
Push in the pilot button to manually send gas to the fireplace. It will help to displace the tiny disk and the pilot light will go off. First eliminate any fuel issues.