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SteelersFan

join:2001-02-12
Rockwall, TX
reply to SteelersFan

Re: Fireplace - From Gas to Wood?

It's probably not going to be a huge deal, but I've got a Chimney guy coming out Sat. for a $75 inspection. Peace of mind and all.
Thanks for the replies though.


Camelot One
Premium,MVM
join:2001-11-21
Greenwood, IN
kudos:2
In case you decide you want an igniter, this is what I have:
»blueflamestore.com/
Can be purchased here:
»www.amazon.com/Canterbury-Enterp···+igniter

It makes starting a real wood fire as easy as using the duraflame logs. (easier in fact, since you have an instant full fire)


SteelersFan

join:2001-02-12
Rockwall, TX
Why would I need a separate igniter? Couldn't I just turn the gas on and light it with a lighter like I did when it was a gas fireplace?


Camelot One
Premium,MVM
join:2001-11-21
Greenwood, IN
kudos:2
said by SteelersFan:

Why would I need a separate igniter? Couldn't I just turn the gas on and light it with a lighter like I did when it was a gas fireplace?

The igniter isn't separate, it screws into the incoming gas line, replacing the gas logs. It sits under the grate, so when you light it, it creates a flame under the wood logs.
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