Onlyfire Electronic Igniter Switch/Button Fit for Weber Spirit Grills with Front Mount Control Knobs

Onlyfire Electronic Igniter Switch/Button Fit for Weber Spirit Grills with Front Mount Control Knobs

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  • Wires measure approx to 23" with flat female spade connector ends.
  • Fits for Weber igniter kits 69851 and 69850, and module 69848.
  • This igniter button fits all of the weber spirit grills with front mount control knobs.
  • Features a soft rubber top push button switch with snap in place mounting tabs.
  • The kit fits for Weber Spirit 200/300 series, model years 2013 and newer. Fits for Spirit 210 and 220 Series, Spirit E310 and 320 Series and Spirit SP310 and 320 Series Grills.

Product Description

About Onlyfire

  • Onlyfire is a manufacturer of high-quality patio and grilling products. we strive to provide the most innovative and practical products to enhance and simplify your outdoor cooking experience and living space. our goal is to provide you with products that truly calm, relax, and bring peacefulness into customers’ cooking and patio life.
  • We keep offering outstanding service, quality products. we take pride in providing our customers with many choices of products available in a variety of different styles to meet the demands of matching our customers’ personality.

Onlyfire Electronic Igniter Switch/Button

  • Igniter push button switch with wires which fits for Weber Spirit 200/300 series.model years 2013 and newer. Fits for Spirit 210 and 220 Series, Spirit E310 and 320 Series and Spirit SP310 and 320 Series Grills.
  • Features a soft rubber top push button switch with snap in place mounting tabs.

You can use it on different occasion

Camping

Backyard Kitchen

Family-together Party

Possible Reasons And Fixes

Ignition button not clicking/Button is not clean

If your switch/button doesn't make a clicking sound when you try to light the BBQ, then probably you need to align it well with the surrounding control panel.
If you don't do barbecue cleaning regularly, the switch may become sticky because of collected grease or other filth. Contamination may even get deeper in the ignition casing over time. Clean up the control panel thoroughly.

Battery is gone

There is a battery (most likely AA size) right behind the button – just unscrew it and you'll see it. Take your old battery out and replace it with a new one to see if that solves the problem.

Loose wires

One or more of the connected wires (found behind the control dashboard) may have loosen – take each out and then carefully put it back in its place tightly.

completely dry yet.

If it's been raining lately, the probe might be not completely dry yet. Try to light your BBQ manually with a gas or cigarette lighter. Once the whole grill is hot enough, the ignition system will dry naturally.