Replace or Modify Gas Starter in wood Fireplace


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Old 03-12-07, 02:43 PM
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Question Replace or Modify Gas Starter in wood Fireplace

I have a wood burning firplace with a gas starter embedded into the center of the brick bed. It's round, steel, with a steel metal cap that just sits on the top of embedded and suken mixing area. There is a center gas feed, and the gas is mixed and dispersed by the top around the round sunken mixing area, through little slits. Gas flow is controlled by a valve already built into the firplace wall. I want to get the starter out and tap into the pipe that feeds it, so I can install gas logs. Does ANYONE know who makes this embedded starter, and how to get it out?
 
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Old 03-29-07, 03:42 PM
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Do you know the manufacturer, brand, model #? If so, perhaps you can contact them. Or, visit a local hearth store where you might find help. You might also find help at www.hearth.com
 
 

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