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I have a DESA unvented gas fireplace. Lost remote.

I have a DESA unvented gas fireplace.
LMFP33NR/LMFP33PR Remote control gas fireplace
system. I have lost the remote control. Where
can I find a new one. Mary

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needs a new thermocouple :)

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

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did you put new batteries in both the remote and the remote sensor box . if so you will need a new remote you can buy for about 100 bucks it includes the remote and remote sensor, its not hard to install . any gas log supplier can assist you

Posted on Dec 04, 2009

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check batteries in both remote and the receiver underneath F/P, check to see that wires from receiver are still on gas valve and are tight, you also can reset you remote, butthis is a sequnce that depnds on brand

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

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I have a DESA LMFP33PRB unvented fireplace. The remote controls the on/off and all the other functions, but it will not control the flame control, "the part that you can lower the btu and raise the b


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  • Find the remote's receiver under the fireplace.
  • There should be a switch to change from "remote" to "ON".
  • Turn the switch to "ON", if the fireplace ignites, you may need to re synchronize your remote. If it does not, your remote control may be bad.
  • Bypass the remote to ensure your fireplace is operational by connecting the "TH" and "TP/TH" terminals on the valve with a wire or paperclip. If the fireplace lights up fine, then it is for sure a bad remote.
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I have the same problem. The company is out of business DESA Heating. I have been unable to find a solution. FMI bought part of DESA but can't get any help there either. 1-866-328-4537

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