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Old 01-25-2016, 01:37 PM   #15
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Ok, finally completed that one. Routing that wire into the oven used an entire season of floor time. Glad the Grand kids weren't here to use me as a hurdle. Their parents probably wouldn't have enjoyed the new words they would have learned either.
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Old 01-30-2016, 04:42 PM   #16
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Just installed my starter kit and it tried to bite me.
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Had a time trying to get it lined up on the pilot but this is what I came up with.
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My igniter was on the right side and as you can see tight fit. Had to move the hole to the right about 1 inch and up about the same.
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Ran the oven igniter through the thermo control for the oven.
I just need to pickup some plugs for the old control holes and paint them black and you will never known it was there.
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Got my CharBroil igniter a couple of days ago through ebay for $20.01 plus tax. It came with three wires. Two appear to be a glossy covered wire and one looks like it might be woven with a covering over it. It says one is to be used as a ground if necessary. There are four connection points on the controller. Are all four the same? Can wires be interchanged among the four? These questions might be premature since I haven't looked under the hood at the existing wiring.
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The covered one use it in the oven. You will have to lengthen that one to reach the controller. Make sure you shrink tube the splice. Online I had to ground one wire and it didn't matter. The open one you need to shrink tube it and make sure it is longer and while still warm flatten it. On mine I had to move the hole so before you drill yours make sure it will fit.
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