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Can I run my stove with out the ignitor?

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by buggs_moran, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. buggs_moran

    buggs_moran New Member

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    Breckwell P4000. My ignitor is bad, or at least, I just made it bad. Can I run the stove without the ignitor? I imagine so. What do I do with the loose wires? Tape 'em up? All I have to do is get the fire going I would think...

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  2. imacman

    imacman Guest

    Yes, tape the ends so they don't short out. Start the stove, put a handful of pellets in the pot, squirt starter gel or use cheap hand sanitizer and light. Or you could use a propane torch on the pellets until their burning good, then close the door.
  3. brack86svo

    brack86svo New Member

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    My old Lopi stove has a bad ignitor and I light mine the same same. Fill the pot, starter gel and light. If I'm out of gel, I use a torch till they are glowing, then shut the door and let her rip.

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