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Will not light, sems like gas is not geeting to logs

We have the ventless gas logs natural gas. when we try to light, nothing happens, it is as if the gas is not getting to the ignitor area, any suggestions

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Try taking a can of compresssed air and blow it in the pilot assembly wait about a min and try to light it. it is normal if it smells funny.

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