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Old 08-28-2009, 02:33 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by NLOVNIT View Post
Hmmmm, my auto igniter on my Charbroil quit several years ago. Probably makes better sense than what I do: Turn the gas on full, stand back & flick matches at it until it ignites.

Wouldn't be as much fun...

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Old 09-02-2009, 09:49 AM   #16
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I will vote with Ti5er he has the best idea

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I use it to hold the BIC lighter.
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HHMM thunk it was the modified cotter pin for an anti clockwise rotating discombobulator ..

Has ta be the anti clockwise discombobulator cotter pin , cause the cotter pin for the anti clockwise counter rotating discombobulator has the chain on the other end , and the clockwise rotating discombobulator has no cotter pin ..

Jus hope the discombobulator dont discombobulate without it ..
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So do I need to leave my welding equipment home now ??

I usually take it so I can light stuff like the grill ...

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