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How to adjust flame effect on a valor homeflame 470mn

There is a low flame coming from flame effect

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The LED is on a circuit board located inside the fire. The board itself needs to be replaced.

The part would be available from valor spares under your warranty.

The number for valor spares can be found at Valor fires

Posted on Feb 18, 2011

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SOURCE: bought valor homeflame super off a friend gas

we have open up the fireplace to clean and the ignition wire that starts up the flames has been misplace we have no idea where it goes... everything works perfectly fine but have no idea where the wire must be place ( the ignitor gets pressed with supply of gas... the end of lead sparks but have no idea where it belongs)

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