How does a fireplace Xtrordinair work?

How does a fireplace Xtrordinair work?

Xtrordinair Works A single air control (1) regulates the burn rate of the fireplace. As the fresh air is di- rected to the primary combustion zone of the fire, it is drawn evenly across the glass by a sophisticated air wash. (2) This air wash is designed to help keep the glass clean during higher operating settings.

How do I find the manufacturer of my fireplace?

To know for sure, you will have to look for the nameplate that lists the manufacturer, model, and serial number. This nameplate is usually located on the right hand facing of the fireplace just behind the screen. It could also be underneath the firebox if there is a grill at the bottom that flips down.

How long does a wood-burning fireplace last?

10 to 20 years
The average life of a wood-burning stove is 10 to 20 years.

How do you keep a fire burning all night?

In order to burn all night, you will need to make sure there is enough oxygen in your wood burning heater. Open the air inlets on your wood burning heater, to the maximum intake, for 10 – 30 minutes. Once your large logs have formed a black ash around the bark, slowly begin to close the air inlet.

Where is the pilot switch on my fireplace?

Most modern gas fireplaces come with a specialized control panel that manages the fixture’s pilot light. For aesthetic purposes, you’ll typically find this panel hidden behind the fireplace’s front screen, which you can open or remove to gain access.

Why can’t I light the pilot light on my gas fireplace?

Check Your Igniter and Thermocouple If nothing is blocking the tubing, and gas is flowing out, there might be something wrong with the spark igniter and thermocouple. Make sure there’s no debris lodged between the two. If the pilot light ignites but doesn’t stay lit, you might need to replace the igniter.

How do you tell if your fireplace is vented or ventless?

A vented fireplace has attractive yellow and orange flames that lick upward around the sides of the ceramic logs. An unvented fireplace, by contrast, has much less striking flames. These flames tend to be smaller and bluer. As a result, an unvented gas fireplace won’t create quite the same illusion as a vented one.