|Posted by hj on January 14, 19101 at 00:21:46:|
|In response to Re: Install gas line to fire place|
I would not advise it as a DIY project. To install it correctly, you should have a keyed valve in the face of the mantle or within 3 feet of the fireplace opening as a control and emergency shut off.
: I have a 24 year old Majestic fireplace that I am attempting to install a gas line. I don't know the exact model as I cannot find a serial number anywhere. Anyway, it appears to be a triple wall model. I see the gas knock out on both the lower and upper right and left sides. I will be using the lower left side.
: Here's my question, how do get through the other walls to bring the gas line into the fireplace. I am hesitate to drill or hole. I have unscrewed the inner wall from inside of the fireplace and there is no evidence of a knock-out or "passage way".
: Also, the space to run the line is very tight. Any advise?
: Thanks for getting back with me.
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