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I have a majestuc gas fire place with a chimney and can't find my igniting instructions help the main gas was off for the summer and now is bacg k on that winter is here etc.

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Open the door to the gas control, look for a sticker on the door or on a piece of metal connected to a small length of chain. The should be there. If not, do a google on Majestic Fireplace lighting Instructions.

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Now that's a LOT of additional information. I hesitated to answer your question the way it was worded originally.... IF in fact it is a masonry chimney and originally built to burn wood, you should have a chimney sweep do a thorough inspection of the flue to ensure it is safe to use again. Flue temperatures, while burning wood, EASILY exceed 1200 degrees whereas natural gas flue temps are in the 450 degree range.

It also should have a clay tile liner and not be fabricated of brick only. The unsafe thing of an unlined brick chimney or a chimney with a severely cracked liner has to do with unburned gases condensing within the inner surfaces of the chimney. Some of those gases are moist and will condense on the inner surface and eventually have an unsafe build up that can be ignited by an oversized flame or excessive sparks causing a flue fire. During a flu fire, temperatures exced 2000 degrees and an unlined BRICK flue of that age could have lost some mortar allowing superheated gasses to seep into the crevices. Those superheated gasses then explode when igniged by the flue fire and either do extreme damage to the flue, blow the entire chimney apart or in the worst case scenario burn your house down.

I'm sure you've seen houses burnt and the chimney was left standing....but you have also seen damaged houses with the chimneys blown off the end of the house and laying in rubble toppled out into the yard. The latter visual picture was an example of the end result of the gasses exploding. If the chimney was inside the house instead of on the end of the house, the house would have been burnt also.

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IAM TRYING TO REMOVE A RAYBURN 80 FIRE


Assuming you are using natural gas to light the fire in your fireplace, is the pipe black iron gas pipe, regular galvanized pipe, or copper?

Is there a cut-off valve probably located just before the chimney, that is in-line with the pipe?

You do understand there is no fire in the pipe, but gas, right?

Removing natural gas pipes that are not properly isolated from the rest of the gas pipes is not a task for someone with no experience in this area.

Sometimes the gas must be shut off at the main, and then all your pilots will go out inside the house, in your range, hot water heater, etc, assuming they run on natural gas.

The excess gas in the pipe must be bled to the atmosphere if the main must be shut off, and then the proper pressure must be established prior to lighting pilots and/or appliances.

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