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- Make sure the propane tank is full, properly connected to the fire pit gas supply hose, and that the propane tank valve is turned on.
- Push in the spark igniter switch to check that is making a clicking noise. If you do not hear a clicking sound, check to ensure the battery is properly installed. If the battery is properly installed, then replace the battery. If there is still no clicking sound, check to make sure the electrode wire is connected. If the problem still persists, the igniter may need to be cleaned or replaced.
- Air may need to be purged from the gas supply hose. You can check if the air has been purged if you smell a faint odor of gas and hear hissing near the burner box. If you do not smell any gas, push in the gas valve knob until the air is fully purged from the gas supply hose.
- Check for obstructions around the igniter cage and burner ring. Inspect burner tube holes for spider webs. You can clean the burner holes and pilot cage with a heavy duty pipe cleaner and compressed air to clear away debris.
- In cold weather, the gas valve knob may need to be kept pushed in up to a minute after the pilot light is lit to warm up the flame sensor (thermocouple).
All SunVilla firepits can be hooked up to Natural Gas and include the required Natural Gas orifice. Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency, or the gas supplier.
No, a propane tank is not included.
All SunVilla firepits are designed to use a standard 20lb propane tank.
- 50,000 BTUs (20 lb propane tank)
- High-flame setting: About 8 hours and 30 minutes
- Low-flame setting: Around 13 and a half hours
- 70,000 BTUs (20 lb propane tank)
- High-flame setting: Around 6 hours
- Low-flame setting: Around 9 and half hours
Both fire glass and lava rocks are good heat conductors. Fire glass absorbs and gives off more heat than lava rocks, but lava rocks are much more affordable. Lava rocks are rustic and natural looking while fire glass is more modern and reflective looking. It is really up to the customer of the type of look they want for their patio.
No. You cannot burn wood in a propane fire pit. Unlike wood fire pits, propane fire pits are based off of a lower heat output. The intense heat of burning wood would cause damage to a propane fire pit and potentially to its surroundings.
No. Never use stones or rocks that are not specifically made for gas fire pits. Natural rocks and stones have a moisture content that will cause them to explode when heated.
No you should not cook over a gas fire pit. Food particles and grease can cling to the media and damage the burner.