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My gas barbecue's ignition button does not work. i have a battery that came with it with no instructions.

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  • lcorbett Apr 21, 2009

    can anyone solve this problem?

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That battery is to go inside the button unscrew it from the front a spring will come out and you insert the battery inside the hole positive facing out screw it back together and bingo it will light

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Positive on the battery goes out but try to use a new battery not the one they sent with the pit

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