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What is the 6 inch or so long spring type wire, with a curl on each end, for that was pre-assembled and attached to the grill frame

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Hello,

If you know the Make of the grill. I will be happy to direct to the website to get a manual or I will look it up for you.

As solution #1 stated it does sound like a Match rod.

Posted on Apr 27, 2008

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I beleive it is called a match rod and is designed so incase the igniters dont work you can wedge a match between the prongs on the large ring and reach the burners without taking out the grill racks

Posted on Apr 09, 2008

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    i beleive it is called a match rod and is designed so incase the
    igniters dont work you can wedge a match between the prongs on the
    large ring and reach the burners without taking out the grill racks

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COULD IT POSSIBLY BE TENSION SPRING FOR THE HOOD?

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