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Posted By PJmax

That pilot flame looks like normal. The orange in...

That pilot flame looks like normal. The orange in the flame is caused by lack of oxygen. Just cleaning out the pilot assembly opened all the air ports back up.

The rocks just add to the ambience....
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Posted By Pilot Dane

Before sanding or painting make sure you...

Before sanding or painting make sure you thoroughly cover all the gas working bits, especially the pilot assembly.
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Posted By Marq1

High temp paint, no converter or primer, they...

High temp paint, no converter or primer, they will burn off,

Sand it all down with fine 220 gritt paper so you done have any deep scratches!

I need to do mine again, it only lasts a few years...
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Posted By Marq1

Just lightly sand the entire surface and use high...

Just lightly sand the entire surface and use high heat spray paint only, I have repainted several and they turn out good!
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Posted By PJmax

If it's aluminum.....it can't rust. Usually...

If it's aluminum.....it can't rust.
Usually those fire boxes are made of steel.
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Posted By PJmax

I don't recommend cleaning the thermocouple or...

I don't recommend cleaning the thermocouple or thermopile.
Be sure to download that manual. A lot of maintenance is covered in it.

The pilot orifice is a brass fitting with a hole the size of a...
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Posted By PJmax

"Documents by category:" and then "fireplace...

"Documents by category:" and then "fireplace install manuals" look up your model number and download the manual. Heatilator manuals...
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Posted By PJmax

Locate the ID tag. Post the model number of the...

Locate the ID tag. Post the model number of the unit.
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Posted By marksr

You'd want to prime it with a solvent based...

You'd want to prime it with a solvent based enamel and then apply 1-2 coats of enamel. You can use latex or waterborne enamel.
here are some instructions -...
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