Question about Kenmore 700 sq. in. Cooking Area Gas Grill 14116325
More than likely, the electrode spark ignitors on your main burners need to be cleaned. They will get covered with grease over time. Also check the wiring from the ignitor module to each spark ignitor being sure that all wiring is firmly in place. To clean the electrode(s) ... a cotton ball dipped in alcohol will work fine.
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Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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