Gas fire pits are designed for warmth and the aesthetic beauty of cool evenings relaxing on a patio or terrace. Fire pits typically operate with natural gas or liquid propane. Many models use an electronic igniter that provides a spark to the burner, thus illuminating the fire pit. The control knob adjusts the burner to increase or decrease the level of flame. If your starter goes down, you can still start the fire pit, using butane lighter with a long spout, often used for backyard barbecues.
Education to light a gas fire pits: press and dial the control knob of the burner in position “Light”. Press and hold the red button to turn on the fireplace. If the fire pit does not light after three attempts, your butane lighter. Turn the burner control in the locked position to turn off the gas. The knob pops out slightly when it is properly locked. Wait five minutes for the gas to dissipate.
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Turn the lighter and hold the flame at the burner tip fire pit. Finally, to light a gas fire pits, turn the burner control in position “Light” to turn on the stove, then dial the knob to adjust the flame to the desired level.