Question about Leisure HOMEPRIDE Electric Fireplace Heater w/ Remote
Check the pressure at the unit inside and make sure the pressure is correct,ther might be a problem between the tank and the unit only letting enough gas to run the pilot light
Posted on Oct 20, 2011
The fireplace probably has a thermocoupler. It produces current when engulfed by the pilot light flame. The small current produced (you can check for output with a votmeter) is enought to allow the gas valve to open when you turn on the switch to start the flame. The solid metal tube may not be properly connecting with the flame - repostion the pilot light and make sure surrounding air flow does not distort the pilot light pattern too much. OR the surface of the device may be slightly oxidized - very gently sand or wire brush it. Again check for small voltage output. If no volts - REPLACE THERMOCOUPLER.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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