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Removed top and bottom panels. Removed 2 connecting wires. Removed screen. Removed 6 screws.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look behind the ceraminc logs chained to the burner frame. They are metal plates with instructions. That is how mine is.
I am looking to get new doors for this model, no luck looking online. Any ideas?
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
Look for a flame sensor, It is a wire that is has to sit in the path of the flame. IT is gets dirty and can cause this. You can clean it with scotch brite pads
Posted on Feb 28, 2013
Looks like too much yellow in the flame. That is normally caused by the mixing control on the gas feed tube being too closed. Trace the tube from the burner .....back toward the gas feed line....until you find the slip ring that controls the amount of oxygen that is mixed with the gas. Open is a small amount and light it. You should see a bit more blue color. If that does not work, continue to vary the adjustment until the flame burns correctly. The pilot should never blow out unless the outside air feed is too large. You can try blocking it a small amount to see if the smaller amount of outside air corrects the problem.
Posted on May 17, 2014
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