Question about Blue Flame Charmglow 30K BTU NG Vent Free Space Heater
The model number for this gas fireplace is PF06-YJLF-F, An exact picture online list the Model as CGL300TQ. I am in need for the manual because I fear the logs are not placed correctly and has an odor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will need a manometer to determine your gas pressure, the amount required is posted on your appliance. Take both a static and dynamic reading on the inlet side of the gas valve. If it is not high enough consult a plumber. If it is take a reading on the manifold side. If the gas pressure is too low again consult a plumber. If it is within spec check orifaces and burner tubes if any for debris and spiders.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
I am hoping your model is the same as shown in this manual.
The symptoms you have is linked to some obstruction in the gas supply.
However the thermostat is part of the gas valve and is item 14 on page 20.
There is a toll free phone number for charmglow at the end of the manual.
I believe they have upto 5 years warranty on some parts of the firelplace. Maybe they will recommend their technician to have a look under warranty.
Posted on Jan 18, 2011
Not too familiar with this product, but it looks like a vent free heater. ALL vent free heaters are required to have an ODS pilot light. These pilots monitor the oxygen level in the room and if it detects a low oxygen level, it shuts down the whole heater. This is what I think is really happening. And the solution is simple. Near the rear of the metal tube where the pilot light flame comes out, you will find two very small holes. If these holes get even a little plugged up with dust you will have this problem. Just get a can of air or use an air compressor and blow air through these holes. I bet that this will solve your problem. It is also a good idea to keep the area around your heater clean and free of dust. I have a free standing gas log heater and at the start of each season I take the logs out and vacuum everything, inside and out, and also underneath the unit. Then I use my air compressor to blow out any remaining dust, especially around the pilot light, and of course, I then blow air through the two tiny holes in the pilot light tube. Since I started doing this, I have not had any problems with my heater.
Posted on Nov 17, 2012
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