How to Replace Logs in a Ventless Fireplace

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To replace logs in a ventless fireplace, the only tool you should need is a crescent wrench to remove the set of vent free logs. Remove the gas logs from your fireplace with help from a fireplace and grills store owner in this free video on fireplace maintenance.

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Hi I am Ken Fargason with Nashville Fireplace and Grills out of Nashville, Tennessee. We are going to talk about how to change out a set of vent free logs in your fireplace. The only thing you are really going to need is a couple of crescent wrenches to remove a set of vent free logs. Most vent free gas logs are connected with what they call a flexible gas connector. You can break it lose with the two crescent wrenches, and that is all you really need to do to remove the gas line from the burner itself. You will have a brass fitting that comes out of the burner. You want to put your one of the crescent wrenches on it to hold it tight to keep it from turning, and the other one on the flex connector. Loose it, break it loose then you should be able to twist the brass connector off of the burner, and then you remove the burner from the log set itself. And these are the steps you will need to do to remove the gas logs from the fireplace..


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