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I just assembled a Model No. GBC1134W barbeque and was concerned 1) on the gas lead to the side burner,,, there seems to be an open screened space that gas could escape before reaching the burner? and 2) the manual did not illustrate fully where to attach the igniter wire

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Customer service rep I spoke with said that was supposed to be like that because the burner requires a fuel/air mixture and that is where it happens. The igniter wire attaches to the nub under the side burner.

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