how do you lower the flame on a pilot flame for a gas fireplace?

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Thanks alot, I tried this and it worked. I used a toothpick to clean the hole out and a big piece of lint fell out the back side. I pushed the ignitor two or three times and bam it was lit. Thanks again, Frank in Mt. Holly, N.C.

Answered: Gas Fireplace---LOUD Popping NOISE.....Worried???

I would suppose that what you are hearing is the metal contracting in size as the fireplace cools. I've never heard that described as a bang, though. There is a phenomena called extinction pop that can happen when a gas burner shuts off, but that wont happen more than once. You should probably ...

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1st of all WHY would you want to go from the good way to have a gas fp to a bad way to have a fp? a vent free fp may not need an actual chimney to vent the exhaust from the fire but that doesn't mean there isnt any exhaust although it isnt a major amount its still venting into the room which is why ...
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