Grill induction fan and hot rod igniter kit with fuse and screws for barbecue replacement parts compatible with Pit Boss and Traeger pellet grills
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When your current hot rod igniter shortens or burns out, these replacement parts will be sure that your grill continues to operate effectively; The induction fan and hot rod igniter kit is compatible with Pit Boss and Traeger pellet grills with the exception of PTG, very convenient for replacing and installing.
Happy barbecue time:
With induction fan and hot igniter rod kit, your grill can continue to operate effectively all year around, keep the fire going and spend the happy barbecue time with your friends or members of the family, just enjoy the delicious flavor together.
Size: as the pictures shown
1 x Induction fan
1 x Hot rod igniter
1 x Fuse
4 x Screws
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Amount of packaging: the grill replacement part kit includes 1 piece of induction fan, 1 piece hot rod igniter, 1piece of fuse and 4 pieces of screws, which are good replacement parts if there’s something mistaken with your current hot rod igniter
Wide compatibility: the induction fan and hot rod igniter kit are widely compatible with Pit Boss and Traeger pellet grills with the exception of PTG, easy so that you can replace and install, saving you time and effort, good choice for your grills
Easy to use: induction fan circulates hardwood smoke through the cook chamber keep the fire’s fuel flowing for evenly cooked wood-fired food; The hot igniter rod goes into the base of the fire pot for a quick connection, reigniting your grill will be as simple as flipping a switch
Enjoy barbecue time: with induction fan and hot igniter rod kit, your grill can continue to operate effectively all year around, enjoying the delicious flavor with your friends or members of the family together
About installation: first, cutting off the end of hot rod igniter with a pair of diagonal pliers as swelling incessantly occurs, then, taping a wire onto the electrical connector before removal, and all the process will go smoother; Use screws to tighten the induction fan, then it can work well after plug wires; Tip: the burnt out hot igniter rod may be difficult to take away every so often