Warning: Undertaking repairs to appliances can be hazardous. Use the proper tools and safety equipment noted in the guide and follow all instructions. Do not proceed until you are confident that you understand all of the steps and are capable of completing the repair. Some repairs should only be performed by a qualified technician.
Step 1: Shut off the gas supply
Close the shut-off valve on the propane gas tank. or at the meter for Natural Gas
Tip: Arrows on the tank knob show which way to turn it to open and close the valve.
Step 2: Remove the battery
Twist off the ignition knob and pull out the battery, noting the which end goes in first so you reinstall it the same way.
Step 3: Remove the spark control module
Using a 20 mm wrench, remove the nut holding the spark control module to the faceplate.
Pull the spark control module out from the back of the grill faceplate.
Step 4: Disconnect the wires
Disconnect the wires from the spark control module.
Disconnect the igniter wire.
Step 5: Attach the wires to the new spark control module
Connect the wires to the new spark control module and push it into place from the back of the faceplate.
Step 6: Connect the wires to the new module
Secure the spark control module in place, using the mounting nut. Insert the battery in the housing, making sure the terminals are oriented correctly. Twist on the cap.
Step 7: Restore the gas supply
Open the valve on the propane tank or natural gas line to restore the gas supply. Test that the grill lights properly.