Lynx Igniter, 4 Hot Point Main Burner Electrode - 33051

SKU: 59633051

Lowest Price Guarantee

Easy Financing


The connection on this electrode sits approx 1 inch above the bottom of the stem. 

TIP: This electrode is for the far left burner on all grills from L series and forward. L & M use the 33051 on all burners. N, Q and U ONLY use this electrode on the far left burner. All other burners use 33556.

TIP 2:  If you have a J or K series that you have upgraded, you will use 33051 on all your burners (unless you have a prosear on the right. Then you will use 33969). As well as the L an M series

Grills that have the Prosear2 (Trident) Burners which are in the N and forward series, these grills use the 33556 on a center burner (if you have) and all burners to the right.

Sold Individually

Used in series L, M, N & P, Q 

Fits Lynx Models : L27-2-2010, L27F-2-2010, L27FR-2-2010, L27PSFR-2-2010, L27PSR-2-2010, L27R-2-2010, L30PSFR-1-2010, L30PSR-1-2010, L30R-1-2010, L36PSFR-1-2010, L36PSR-1-2010, L36R-1-2010, L42PSFR-1-2010, L42PSR-1-2010, L42R-1-2010, L54PSFR-1-2010, L54PSR-1-2010, LPB


Dimensions : Silver piece only 4"


To ensure you choose the correct replacement part for your Lynx grill you will need to know the series of your bbq grill.  If you are unsure please email us and or call us we will be able to verify you will be ordering the correct part.

Ask The Experts
Part #:


  1. extremely difficult to change out

    the product itself is fine and works like a charm .. however, getting the old one out was extremely difficult ... on a Lyzx 42 model the left side is more exposed to the heat and thus the screw holding the electrode in place is next to impossible to change out ... the heat over 6 years fused the screw in place .. like others said I also had to use a dremel tool to put the screw out and eventually used a drill bit to get the last remaining bits of the screw out ... not an easy job but doable with the right tools (BTW, the middle and right side electrode easily came out for replacement) .. I also bought a new housing cover for the electrode, but the new ones have less covering over the electrode so I ended up using the old housing/cover unit ... got it fixed, but took a lot of time and a lot of patience ... TIP: if you can get the electrode to slide out without having to remove the housing/cover unit and screw then this is an easy fix .. I was able to pull the ceramic inside part of electrode out, but could not get the metal casing of the old electrode to come out so I had to remove all parts and start from scratch

    Verified Customer Ken - 7th Aug 2021

  2. Lynx Hot Surface Main Burner Electrode - 33051

    BBQ Depot is the BEST!!!! The BBQ Depot staff is professional ands very helpful. It was a snap replacing the electrode, all due to BBQ Depot's support!

    Verified Customer Colonel Paul G, USMC (RET) - 19th Jul 2021

  3. exactly as expected and quick delivery

    exactly as expected and quick delivery

    Verified Customer Tom - 16th Nov 2020

  4. Easy fix...after fighting with original retaining screw

    Like other reviewers, took a while to get the original retaining screw off. Penetrating oil didn't work so ended up cutting it off AFTER I stripped the screw head beyond recognition. Luckily I had the same size machine screw in my bucket 'o bits and bobs, otherwise a trip to the local hardware is in your future since this part did not come with a replacement screw.

    Verified Customer Unknown - 15th Jun 2020

  5. Not same as original

    This igniter was too short and would not ignite the flame. Had to be altered so that it extended on to the burner.
    Other wise would have been a 10 min swapout.

    Verified Customer Unknown - 18th Mar 2019

  6. perfect fit

    Easy to replace, just takes a half hour to dissect and put back together.
    Soak down screw with penetrating oil, easier to take off!
    Works great!!!!

    Verified Customer Doc MIke - 7th Aug 2018

  7. somewhat difficult to change out

    No matter what I tried I could not get the stainless screw out that holds the ignitor in place. I finally had to use a dremel tool with a grinding wheel on it to grind down the head of the screw to get it to release.
    The new part was easy to install however. It was just hard to get the old one out.

    Verified Customer Unknown - 19th Feb 2017

Write A Review

Copyright © 2024 The BBQ Depot, Inc.
Checkout Payment Options. Visa, Mastercard, Discover, PayPal, Amazon Pay, Google Pay