Originally Posted by dlhoppe
One thing I found very interesting is that you have to align the tip of the electrode in the "sweet spot" for it to light. See my pic in the previous post. Right at the bottom of the two slots that kind of form a "V" is the best. I moved it around and it really needs to be just right to get immediate ignition consistently.
Looks good. I was concerned that the electrode would spark with the metal cover that goes on the top of the stove, that is why I used the other electrode. Glad it worked for you. I do know this much, it makes the wife happy that she doesn't have to find where I put the BBQ lighter anymore. :-)
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