This universal ignitor attaches to stove for fast, safe and easy lighting. Push-button spark lights one burner with ease. A must-have accessory. Ignites one burner. Not for use with Sport Utility Stoves.
Questions on Stove Ignitor
From Ron Everill at 8/12/13 8:51 PM
I have a Pro 90 I think, can I get a piezo style ignition system like is on the new units with all three igniters and one knob
The only igniter system that we recommend using item CCING. There is no way to accommodate the igniter system that now part of the newer stoves.
Tired of fighting with stubborn unpredictable butane gas matches I decided that a change was in order. I purchased three of these and mounted them to my old Tahoe 3X stove that I have owned for many, many years. (8 to 10?) This model was before Camp Chef redesigned the Tahoe by removing the decorative faceplate that covers the valves and gas manifold .( It's been a very good stove and everyone that camps with us loves it.) They once looked exactly like the Expedition 3X.
Anyway, the flimsiness of the faceplate made it necessary for me to remove it and use 1/4"X20X2" machine screws to the burner box then pass them through the faceplate with nuts mounted at faceplate level underneath to rest the faceplate and ignitors brackets on to give them support. Without it the faceplate flexed so much the ignitor's spark whisker (electrode) moved so much it was too far away from the burner to jump a spark. I remounted the faceplate with new pop rivets. VOILA!!! They don't move at all and neither do the electrodes!
The problem with these stoves is they are built to last forever, so I HAD to buy the ignitors instead of waiting for it to break! I could not justify buying a new stove with the nice central ignition systems on them. Besides, mine looks and works as well as the day I bought it. The best stoves made!! (Posted on 8/22/14)
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Likely