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2112

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Posted: 08/31/21 06:55am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I found an Easy Solution. No installation required.


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2112 wrote:

I found an Easy Solution. No installation required.


That's eggzactly what's hanging next to the stove. Probably the original from the orig owner who first tried to light the stove with no $%*@)!ing ignitor! LOL


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Even the entry level RVs I used to buy had ignitors on the stove. I didn't know there was a low enough level not to have one. I added one to my oven.

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C Schomer wrote:

Even the entry level RVs I used to buy had ignitors on the stove. I didn't know there was a low enough level not to have one. I added one to my oven.


That was my point. This thing aint no Tiffin or Airstream, but it's a long ways from entry level.
I see the options box something like this when it was ordered:
100gal FW - check
4000W genset - check
Thermostat AC - check
Glass top stove - check
LED lighting everywhere - check
optional recliners - check
Big @ss refrigerator - check
30gal onboard fuel station - check
Wet bolt shackles - check
16" alloy wheels - check
Fantastic fan - check
10gal DSI water heater - check
Optional tank flush - check
Outdoor quick connect water hose - check
Pretty much every other option except dual air conditioners and a

$10 ignitor button on stove - DELETE


This is not actually an issue, but more so just a ridiculous observation. More funny than annoying

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Grit dog wrote:

C Schomer wrote:

Even the entry level RVs I used to buy had ignitors on the stove. I didn't know there was a low enough level not to have one. I added one to my oven.


That was my point. This thing aint no Tiffin or Airstream, but it's a long ways from entry level.
I see the options box something like this when it was ordered:
100gal FW - check
4000W genset - check
Thermostat AC - check
Glass top stove - check
LED lighting everywhere - check
optional recliners - check
Big @ss refrigerator - check
30gal onboard fuel station - check
Wet bolt shackles - check
16" alloy wheels - check
Fantastic fan - check
10gal DSI water heater - check
Optional tank flush - check
Outdoor quick connect water hose - check
Pretty much every other option except dual air conditioners and a

$10 ignitor button on stove - DELETE


This is not actually an issue, but more so just a ridiculous observation. More funny than annoying


Yup , three pages of funny on of all things an igniter , gee I hope this isn’t keeping you up at night . Might want to end the stress on this , and add one .[emoticon]

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^Hell, I didn’t even drink until this issue came into my life….

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Grit dog wrote:

^Hell, I didn’t even drink until this issue came into my life….


Glad to see you found relief. [emoticon]

When your Bic wears out, check out these rechargeable USB lighters on Amazon. The igniters all pooped out on our nice kitchen stove and this was our redneck solution. I love these things.

https://www.amazon.com/Electric-Indicato........eable-Flameless-Windproof/dp/B08D6LB1DR/


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Grit dog wrote:

^Hell, I didn’t even drink until this issue came into my life….



See, should have done something before it got out of hand [emoticon]

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Posted: 09/01/21 05:48pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Another easy solution.

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Grit dog wrote:

blofgren wrote:

Grit, my trailer stove has an ignitor that works with or without shore power. Would you like to buy the trailer? [emoticon]


You’d have to throw in your awesome stick shift Mega Cab though, cause I don’t have on of them anymore, because the brodozer we got now would have to do the Carolina squat just to hook a 5ver!


LOL, I've been trying to convince my better half to sell everything the way the market currently is, but I haven't had much success yet....[emoticon]


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