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Log Lighter For Fireplaces

Blue Flame 17 Inch Straight Log Lighter For Natural Gas

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$25.95
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Get the logs burning quickly in your fireplace with this natural gas log lighter from Blue Flame. This fire starter pipe will allow you to turn on the gas, toss a match, and flames will start burning your logs.  Once the logs are lit, turn off the gas and enjoy your quick lit fire...
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Get the logs burning quickly in your fireplace with this natural gas log lighter from Blue Flame. This fire starter pipe will allow you to turn on the gas, toss a match, and flames will start burning your logs.  Once the logs are lit, turn off the gas and enjoy your quick lit fire in your fireplace. This isn't a gas fireplace - and the log lighter should only be used until the log catches fire. This is just an easier way to get your flames going! 17" long gas starter pipe has 1/2" pipe threads and installs easily. There are 15 pilot holes covering the length of the burner allowing the flame to quickly and evenly spread under the logs. The air and gas mixing chamber is designed to produce a more efficient burn. 

The Blue Flame Log Lighter is not a decorative gas appliance and should not be subjected to #UL127 or ANSI Z.21.60 Classification.  It is intended to be used in conjunction with a CSA certified manually operated valve to simply ignite fireplace logs.

INSTALLATION HAS TO BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER, GAS SUPPLIER OR NFI CERTIFIED INSTALLER!


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  • Mixer Material: Cast Iron
  • Log Lighter Material: Steel
  • Gas Inlet: 1 FIP 1/2 Inch Each
  • Fuel Type: Natural Gas
  • Length: 17 Inches
  • Max BTUs: 30,000
  • Certification: CSA

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1 Year Limited Warranty

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Blue Flame gas fireplace log lighter: the flame goes up the air vent. What am I doing wrong? The gas/flame doesn't even go to one of the 15 holes

Asked by Faye | 12-24-2018, 05:33 PM | 1 answer(s)
Last updated on July 9th 2019.

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