Installation and Lighting Instructions
All gas lights should be installed by a LICENSED INSTALLER. The installer should comply with all local codes.
Install fixtures on a line that has a shut-off valve. Although the fixture has its own shut-off valve, it is recommended that the gas line also has its own separate shut-off valve.
Gas lanterns are supplied with burners designed for natural gas ONLY. The gas supply should be at a lone pressure of 7 columns of water.
Gas lanterns are supplied with burners designed to use with 1/4" copper gas lines. All connections should be checked for leaks before lighting lanterns.
Gas lanterns are not to be installed on combustible surfaces. Lanterns must have a minimum clearance of 18" to a combustible material.
Do not install lanterns where they could make human contact. Gas lanterns are very hot when operating, contact could result in burns.
These lanterns are for outdoor use only.
Be sure the fixture valve is in the off position before turning on the main shut-off gas valve.
Hold a long match over the gas lantern's burner surface and turn on the fixture gas valve.
If the burner does not light, immediately turn off gas valves and wait several minutes before you try again.
YOU MUST WAIT TO LET GAS CLEAR OUT OF THE FIXTURE BEFORE RELIGHTING.
Once fixture is lit, adjust the flame by using the fixture's gas valve. The flame should be no bigger than 1 1/2 inches.
ANY CHANGES MADE TO FIXTURES OR BURNERS VOIDS ALL FACTORY WARRANTIES.