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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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