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Need a cheap source for a backup igniter

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by woodsman23, Aug 16, 2012.

  1. Ironhorse74

    Ironhorse74 Member

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    Remove the side panels and then there are two screws. Directly beneath the door on the outside of the stove.

    Peace

    Brad

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  2. Clay H

    Clay H Feeling the Heat

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    I looked at again last night and I see what your talking about. I will make time tonight to work on it.
    Thanks Brad.
  3. Clay H

    Clay H Feeling the Heat

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    If you cut the wires to the old one, why couldnt you just solder them to the new ignighter rather than unplugging them to use the new wires if the new wires are too short in the first place? Or were the leads long enough?
  4. Ironhorse74

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    The wires run through a conduit in the stove. The reason you cut them off is to pull the new wires through the conduit.

    Brad
  5. woodsman23

    woodsman23 Minister of Fire

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    3 months and counting on the grainger 26 dollar ignitor :)
  6. Clay H

    Clay H Feeling the Heat

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    Well my cheap igniter from Grainger quit on me the other day. Only about 2 more weeks of stove weather so I will hand light the darn thing for the time being.
  7. woodsman23

    woodsman23 Minister of Fire

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    notify grainger and they will replace it free...
  8. glenc0322

    glenc0322 Minister of Fire

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    You can also use this aaa.jpg
  9. imacman

    imacman Guest

    Buy the cheapest stuff you can find.....dollar store.
  10. Clay H

    Clay H Feeling the Heat

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    Thanks, I'll do that.
  11. Clay H

    Clay H Feeling the Heat

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    I have tried that with poor results. I just lay the propane torch in there so it stays put blowing on one spot and after a minute or 2 I pull it out and start the fans...works great.

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