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Ignition is the most common upgraded part in a grill (including Lynx)

We stock all of Lynx Grill Replacement Ignition Parts including spark generators, electrodes (including hot surface), wires and more. Knowing your model and serial number is vital in selecting the correct part. If you are unsure how to do these, we made an easy guide to assist (Lynx Grill Serial and Model Number Location).

Lynx Grill Igniter Repair Guide

Original Lynx grills used a piezo (push button) on their grills. This was fairly reliable, you knew it was working simply if you heard it click. They replaced the piezo igniter with the rotary ignition. Whereby you turned a knob to light the grill.

The rotary ignition was replaced by the battery spark module. Lynx has discontinued many ignition repair parts forcing grill owners (except 27" grills) in series J and K to upgrade to their latest ignition system technology - from the glo-plug to the hot surface igniter system. All grills earlier than J can use the original style igniters.

New Lynx grills utilize a glowing hot surface igniter electrode powered by a transformer that plugs into a 110v wall outlet.

Replacing Ignition Batteries in your Lynx Grill :

In the Premier Series grills that used battery operated spark generators, the battery is located behind the logo plate. You simply pull the logo plate out and change your battery.(see diagram and picture below)

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In the Professional Series Grills, the battery is located on the sides of the control panel. Your grill may only have a battery cover on one side if only one spark generator was used. Some grills have two spark generators so, there will be battery covers on both sides of the control panel. To change the batteries, remove the battery cover and replace with new. (see diagram below)


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