4655ELECT | IGNITOR PROBE
Electronic ignitor probe & wires actually produce the spark to ignite your grill. They are essentially easy-to-install and vary based on the specific style and grill model you are installing them into.
- This electronic ignitor probe works with a variety of The Holland Grill models
- Probe includes a 13″ wire with round end
- Used with GGRI rotary ignitor & GGK9 ignitor knob
Troubleshooting a Rotary Ignitor System
If you experience an occasional “No-spark-No light” condition here’s a checklist to troubleshoot the problem.
WITH GAS OFF, position a mirror in front of the probes and rotate the ignitor knob several times. Observe the condition of the spark. (Low light conditions are the best for seeing the spark.)
- If there’s a good spark, but the grill won’t light, gas may not be flowing to the burner and out toward the ignitor probes. The gas orifice or the venturi tube may be blocked. To clean, follow “Flashback” instructions.
- If a weak spark arcs down around the ceramic insulator, the insulator should be cleaned. The insulator has a coating of grease or it is wet. Use an old toothbrush to break up the conductive electric path.
If there is no spark at the probe
Check Wire Connections
Check the wire connection at the rotary under the grill. Lubricating (use WD-40 or equivalent) the star wheel and tension spring of the ignitor will help connection contacts and improve operation.