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UPC NUMBER: 097524194209

To ensure you choose the correct replacement part for your grill, we recommend removing the original part and comparing it to what we list. You can also check your owner’s manual to make sure this part will work with your grill.



This electronic ignitor kit comes complete with the electronic ignitor (GGEIB), wire (GGERIW) and ignitor box (GGIB) for grills that originally came with the electronic style ignitor.

For the JNR, WNK, TJK & Some Phoenix model grills.

**(1) AAA Battery Required**


Install the Ignitor

Watch the video below to see how to install an electronic Ignitor (GGEIB)


If you do not hear any clicking when you push the ignitor button, it may be time to replace the battery.

To access the battery, unscrew the ignitor push button and collar. Remove the old battery. If you see any corrosion in the battery compartment it can be removed by wrapping a small piece of sandpaper around the eraser end of a pencil and using that to scrape off the corrosion.

Install a new AAA battery into the battery compartment, positive (+) side down. Replace the push button and collar.

Below is a video showing how to replace the battery in the electronic ignitor.



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 collector box and press ignitor button. Observe the condition of the spark. (Low light conditions are the best for seeing the park.) (See Fig. 1)
  • If there’s a good spark, but the grill won’t light, gas may not be flowing to the burner and into the collector box. The gas orifice or the venturi tube may be blocked. (See Fig. 2)
  • If a week spark arcs down around the ceramic insulator, the insulator should be cleaned. The insulator has a coating grease or it is wet. Use an old toothbrush to break up the conductive electric path. (See Fig. 3)

If there is no spark in the collector box

  • Check the wire connections at the ignitor and electrode under the grill. (See Fig. 4)
  • Check spark. Pull the connector wire from the collector box. Bring wire to bottom or top of the control panel, hold about 1/8″ away and operate the ignitor. Check for spark. If there is no spark, first replace the battery. If there still isn’t a spark, replace the electric ignitor. If there is a spark the Electric Ignitor is OK, but the Collector Box/Electrode assembly should be replaced (the ceramic insulator could be cracked). (See Fig. 5)
  • Make sure ignitor button module is tight on the control panel. If it is loose, a good ground will not be attained.


Troubleshooting Ignitor System | Inspect with gas turned off

Fig. 1

Troubleshooting Ignitor System | Good Spark

Fig. 2 A good spark will spark at the top

Troubleshooting IGnitor System

Fig. 3 A weak spark will arc down around the ceramic insulator

Troubleshooting Ignitor System | Check the wire connections

Fig. 4

Troubleshooting Ignitor System | Check spark

Fig. 5


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