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30 COMMENTS

  1. Didn’t explain what to do when the button doesn’t work. Can I replace it? How does it come out? Half-ass, thanks, Charbroil!

  2. Problem solved. Mine had been creating a spark so I didn’t quite understand what was going wrong. When I cleaned the contacts the spark got much louder and brighter and now easily ignites it. Pin a rose on the nose of the the guy who suggested the pencil in the electric drill using eraser side to clean contacts. Cleaned it up in 15 seconds.

  3. Your video Really saved the day..I was aggravated thinking I gotta order all kinda parts for this..and it was just the battery 🤦‍♂️

  4. here’s a real video of how to solve ignition issues…. you can skip to 5:00 to get to ignition only…or you can’t watch the whole thing and learn something new

  5. grill week old. put new battery in no luck clean no luck. new gas grill now back to store to get matches great

  6. The battery was fully charged. But I cleaned the the contacts, and it’s working like a charm! Thanks!

  7. Sprayed a few shots of WD-40, scrubbed with Qtip, nothing. Then waited a few minutes, tried again, left WD-40 to dry on its own, finally tick-tick-tick. Thanks!

  8. What if my brand new (purchased the grill today) igniter is doing nothing but making a faint high-pitched tone? Even after being cleaned out with WD-40, allowed to thoroughly dry, and using a new battery?

  9. Guess what I couldn’t find the problem, so I tried the WD-40 and it worked. Thanks CHAR-BROIL GRILLS!!

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