While cleaning our grill my boyfriend knocked the ignition wire
I can't figure out where it goes. I looked under it and don't see
where a connection had been. Any and all help is really needed!
On Sun, 01 Jul 2007 03:57:30 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
That's good. There is no other "connection". You just need to find a
little hole, open at one side, and slide the main tube into the hole,
leaving the head of the tube on one side of the sheet metal, and the
rest of it on the other side. You may have to wiggle it or twist it
it bit, since the tube next to the head is not perfectly round, to
make it less likely to come out.
The hole, the correct hole but there is probably only one that will
fit, is positioned such that the center electrod of the ignitor will
spark to some part of the grill near the gas, and ignite it.
Even if you were to buy a new ignitor, which I'm not recommending, the
best place to put the burner end would be in this very hole, and not
use the bracket that comes with the new ignitor.
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