How do I relight my pilot light on a gas fireplace?

How do I relight my pilot light on a gas fireplace?

1. Open the lower grill and locate the gas valve; your valve may be located behind a ‘dashboard plate’ and that will not interfere with the lighting of your pilot light.

*Before going on, be sure that your gas valve on the flex line and/or wall gas valve are in the on position.

2. Locate the black knob on the left side (marked on/off/pilot). Push this button in and rotate counter-clockwise until the word “Pilot” lines up with the corresponding arrow.

3. While pressing and holding in the black knob, press the RED igniter button repeatedly; the pilot will generally light with two or three pushes on the igniter.

4. Once the pilot is lit, continue to hold the valve knob in for 30 seconds, then release the knob and it will pop back out. The pilot should remain lit. If it goes out, repeat steps 2-4. If the pilot light does not stay lit, contact a local service department.

5. Next, press the same knob in slightly and turn the control counter clockwise until “On” is lined up with the same arrow as in step 2.

6. To light your burner: Flip the black on/off toggle switch to the “On” position. If you are using a remote control or thermostat, you will need to leave the on/off toggle switch in the “Off'” position in order for either of these components to operate.