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Ignitor not working is there a battery that needs

Ignitor not working is there a battery that needs to be replaced

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  • ddsogard Apr 16, 2009

    Same problem, the button is a "soft touch" style, not a plunger-to-generate-spark style, it does have an aaa battery inside, which I replaced but still No good...

  • scott410 Apr 17, 2009

    I'm having the same problem with mine. I've replaced the battery, but still not getting it to spark, and trying to find replacement parts is getting ridiculous.

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The electronic ignitor on our Charmglow SS Gas Grill (Model 810-6320-B from Home Depot) was not generating a spark. The battery beneath the ignitor button (cap) had to be replaced. At first, still no spark. Next I used a Dremel hobby drill with a small wire brush head to clean the negative contact within the battery chamber. Also brushed the spring surfaces (battery positive circuit), ensuring good contact when battery inserted & ignitor button re-installed.
Checked wire contacts & gap of electrode tip.
Ignitor is working again!

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I dont believe theres a battery on any of those. there's two wires on the back side of the igniter that sometimes rattle loose, check those.

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