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Looked at Home Depot and Lowes. Where can I find logs with Serial # 15042 and Model # 794014?
Chances are you will not need to replace the logs with exact duplicates - the real concern when replacing gas logs is two-fold:
1. The electrical connection - most units use a standard 110v power source - usually connected to a single pole switch. The connection to the burner unit usually comes in the form of a small metal box with the power line from the switch connected inside, usually with 3 wires - black (hot), white (neutral), and bare or green (ground) - make sure any replacement unit is designed for 110v.
2. The gas connection - while this is something than can be done by the end consumer, the better bet is to have a HVAC professional disconnect the older unit and make the connection to the new one. The good news is that almost all gas units are designed to work with universal connectors, the bad news is that this connection needs to be completely free of defect or leaks, hence the recommendation for a HVAC pro.
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