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Where do ignition wires go?

My grill's ignition wires melted when i put in a new AA battery and now im trying to replace them. However I cannot figure out where one of the wires goes. I cant find out where the wire that has a loop type connection on one end and is about 18'' long goes. Please let me know if you know how to connect this wire.

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The loop type connection that you are referring to is probably what they call a ring lug and that should be bonded to the grill frame.. The other wire goes directly onto the ignitor and when you push the button, yo develop a spark from the ignitor electrode to the grounded part of the gas burner.. that is near the gas jet.. Hope that helps

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