Instructions for Heat & Glo


A Heat & Glo fireplace insert is a gas-powered fireplace insert. It is installed into a regular fireplace with a chimney. The advantage of this kind of stove is that it does not burn actual wood, and heats the room efficiently and cleanly. Once the Heat & Glo insert is installed, there are a specific set of instructions to follow to operate the fireplace insert. Failure to follow the instructions could cause serious injury or damage to the fireplace or stove insert.

  • Remove the logs from the packaging. Set the iron log base inside the Heat & Glo fireplace. Inspect the logs. There should be one large log, one long straight log, one short log and one forked log.

  • Place the large log over the log base so it touches the tabs on either side of the grate. Place the long log in front of the large log leaving a space between the two logs. Set the small log on the right side of the long log. Place the forked log on top of the short log and the large log at an angle with the forked side resting on the large log.

  • Locate the control box at the side of bottom front of the unit. Turn off the electrical power to the unit. Turn the gas knob to the "Off" position.

  • Locate the pilot light under the logs near the main burner inside the combustion chamber. Turn the gas knob counter clockwise to the "Pilot" position. Push the knob in and hold. Press the red piezo button several times until the pilot light ignites.

  • Turn the gas knob counterclockwise to the "On" position. Turn the burner switch to the "On" position. Close the access grill and the front of the Heat & Glo firebox. Turn on the electrical power to the unit.

Tips & Warnings

  • If you smell gas or have any problems lighting the pilot light, contact a service professional as soon as possible. Do not try to light the stove when you smell gas as this can cause an explosion.

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