240 Volt, 6 inch long 1/2 thick Pellet Stove Igniter
- Product Code: m-104
- Availability: In Stock
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- Expected Lifespan 3-5 Years
- 1 Year Warranty
- 6 inches long, 1/2 inch diameter
- Anti-seize Threading
- Easy to install and uninstall.
- 240 Volts
- 750 Watts
- Provide continuous sheath temperatures up to 1,200? F
- High Temperature Wire - Fiberglass insulation (Fiberglass woven glass strands provides good insulation for use in high temperature process heating applications) over stranded Grade "A" nickel wire. (840o F / 450o C)
- Heat Shrink used on solder joints to prevent breaking.
- Installation Instructions(See Below)
- I promise to provide a high quality product at a fair price that will last for years and years, shipped as quickly as possible along with all the phone and email support you require to get you up and running.
- You can call me anytime on my cell phone, (844) 409-5051. I?m always working and I never sleep! (Ok, maybe sometimes.)
- ?Buy It Now? and I will ship your part out within 24hrs (M-F) or less!
- No Sales Tax saves you 8%
- Faster Shipping options available at checkout.
- Ships Internationally.
- Return Policy. All unused items can be returned for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. Email or Call for instructions.
- 1 Year Warranty on all parts.
FREE Replacement Instructions
(Call Jason Munson at any time for questions, 844-409-5051)
- Unplug your stove from power.
- Vacuum all ash from burn area along with ash drawer.
- Remove Burn Pot and ash drawer.
- Locate igniter on lower left side of burn arena and loosen clamp with screwdriver.
- Trace wires from igniter back to circuit board and disconnect.
- Remove Igniter from stove.
- Install new igniter and attach wires to circuit board, reassemble, plug in and start.
Wiring ? Your new igniter comes with new electrical connectors. It does not matter which wire goes where as long as both of them are connected to the original terminals on the stove.