Gas Fireplace Remote Control Instructions

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Gas Fireplace Remote Control Instructions
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Many gas fireplaces have remote controls to turn on the fireplace, and to control the length of time the fire burns and the temperature of the fireplace, all from a distance. If your gas fireplace came with a remote control it may do only one or all of these things, depending on the brand. However, all fireplace remotes need batteries to function properly.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Check your gas fireplace remote's battery pack. Be sure the batteries are inserted properly and in working order. Most fireplace remotes use AA or 1.3 to 1/6 volt batteries.

  2. 2

    Point the remote at the gas fireplace's sensor. This might be a wall-mounted unit or the gas fireplace itself.

  3. 3

    Click "Power On" on the remote to turn on the fireplace. Click "Up" to increase the temperature and "Down" to decrease the temperature.

  4. 4

    Click "Set" and enter a length of time for the fireplace to run. Click "Power Off" to turn off the fireplace.

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