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I need to replace a gasket on a Richelieu gas fireplace

There are gaskets on the side where the controls are and it seems there's a small gas leak in that area. I know this because I had to get them replaced a few years ago (it might only be 1 gasket for the entire piece in question). I was told this was common as they dry up/crack and eventually start leaking. I'd like to replace these gaskets myself as its a pretty straight repair. Can anybody tell me where I can buy or perhaps a product I could use to replace these gaskets? thanks

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    Jean Gionet Dec 07, 2012

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While it looks easy, the danger from gas is greater than electricity and that is why gas is not in the diy domain
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be safe--- call a gas fitter

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