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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ventless fireplace
Hi; The BTUs will be on the lighting instruction plate stored where the gas valve is. If no data plate google the manufacture for the information...alpharome416
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
SOURCE: When we built our home
It has a panel hidden under the white fiber hearth bricks at the front bottom of the unit. you need to clean the lava rock off of them, pull both of them up, and then you will see the hidden linear cover that allows you to access the valve and light.
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
SOURCE: The back panel of our
I assume you have a Majestic Wood Burning fireplace. If that's the case, you have a problem. The first is that Majestic, as such is no longer in business. The second is, if the fireplace is almost 20 years old, they don't make that firebox any longer.
However, since you have a refractory concrete liner, you may can repair it, if the crack is no wider than the thickness of a Dime. There is a high temp mortar that you can purchase from Lowe's or Ace Hardware that comes in a tube. Do not remove the cracked panel from the firebox. Simply clean any loose material from the crack with a tooth brush, being careful not to enlarge the crack. Apply the mortar as directed and it allow it to fully cure before setting another fire. It would also help to clean any debris and ash from the interior of the firebox, before attempting to make the repair. A shop vac equipped with a dust bag works great. It will keep all the dust in the vacuum bag and not blow it throughout the house. You can purchase these from Lowe's or Home Depot. Just match the bag size to gallon size of your shop vac.
If the crack is wider than the thickness of a dime, sadly you're out of luck. Leave the cracked panel in place and consider installing a vent-free or partially vented gas log set. They are rated as supplemental gas heating appliance with no fuss muss or dust to deal with.
Hope this helps solve your problem
Posted on Feb 10, 2011
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