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tbrown1110 04-08-2010 11:40 AM

Natural Gas Firepit
I installed a natural gas fire pit in my backyard last summer. The fire pit has an aluminum burner ring that is hooked to a valve on the side of the pit and then a gas line that runs into the house and is connected into the main. The problem i am having is that when it rains, the burner ring is getting water in it and the low pressure nat gas isnt enough to clear the water. i have been hooking up a compressor and blowing the water out with that but am wondering if anyone has any thoughts on a better solution. Thanks

hayewe farm 04-08-2010 06:54 PM

Put a cover over it when not in use.

log_doc_rob 04-11-2010 01:07 PM


Originally Posted by hayewe farm (Post 425983)
Put a cover over it when not in use.


Is this just an on/off valve or does it turn on with a remote control or electrical switch?

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