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Can you replace an igniter on a gas grill?
To replace the igniter button you have to remove the old one by unscrewing it from the BBQ housing and unplugging the wires that lead to the burner tubes. You install the replacement part in reverse by attaching the burner tube wires and then screwing it all into the front of the BBQ again. That's it! via
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How do you remove an igniter from a grill?
Remove the igniter button by turning the cover counter-clockwise. Lift off the igniter button cover to expose the battery. Pull out the AA battery. Replace with a brand new AA battery and replace the cover. via
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Why is my BBQ not igniting?
It could be a worn-out spark module, a loose wire or other connection, a dead battery, corrosion or dirt on the igniter tip, or cracked porcelain on the igniter element. If the grill doesn't light using the match, check for low or no gas flow. Your problem could be as simple as a low gas tank. via
How do you test a grill igniter?
Press on the ignitor button on the grill's control panel a few times, while watching the ignitor in the mirror. If you see a spark with each click, the ignitor is functioning properly. If no spark is visible, then the ignitor and ignitor wire need to be replaced. via
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Why is my igniter not working?
Make sure that the igniter is making a clicking noise when you press the igniter button. If it doesn't click, then the wires may not be connected properly, the battery may be dead or installed incorrectly, or the igniter module may have failed. via