Question about Weber Spirit SP-310 Propane Grill
Hi, Kirk. The positive end of the battery should face you, when you install it. Before you rush out to buy a new ignition module, check all the wiring from the module to to each spark ignite. You want to make sure that all wiring is in intact, that the ground wire for the module is attached to the grill frame and that the spark igniters are clean & free of grease.
If you find you need to replace the igniter module, you can find it at the following link.
Hope this helps you. Don't forget you can match light the burners if necessary, until the igniter module is replaced. Happy Grilling!!
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
First, just pull off the igniter cap/button straight up.
change the AAA battery. Mine lasted 3 years.
this should solve most igniting issues.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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