I know other people have asked this question on this forum, but I don't see the answer to my particular situation; forgive me if I missed it.
I have a Worthington Cylinder "approximately 120 gallon" propane tank at my house. I recently had it filled by my local propane provider, as I do every fall.
I went to light the fireplace for the first time this season.
I verified there was gas on the propane tank's gauge. I turned on the gas at the propane tank. I went inside and flipped the light switch that controls the fireplace (when the pilot is lit). I turned the gas valve in the fireplace from parallel to perpendicular. I turned the switch in the fireplace from off to on. I turned the dial to the "pilot" setting. I hit the pilot button. I could see a spark, but I do not smell or hear any gas getting to the fireplace.
I tried flipping the breaker to that part of the house and checking all GCFI outlets.
I tried turning the blue gas valve in the fireplace the other direction, just in case.
I tried googling for a similar situation.
I have pictures and videos of my steps (if I can figure out how to post them).
Any suggestions are appreciated!
- JanetAfterAll Murrells Inlet, SC