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My barbecue ignitor came apart. How do i fix it? I have all the parts. ( the 2 springs, the red "trigger", another goldish metal piece, as well as the gray body of the lighter and black "collar" that goes around the red trigger area.

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Weak spring goes first, then metal piece, then harder spring, then push the button back on.

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Buy a new one they are cheap.

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