spinflo cooker2020

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  1. buffalo

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    Any one know where i could get instructions on how to change a spark ignitor on the cooker as it is not clicking when i press the button in.
     
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    it is the ignitor which has gone ,because when push the button in, there is no clicking sound.
     
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    The spark generator will not click if the battery is flat. The generator is powered by a 9v pp3 battery. The converter will have fitted it somewhere ours is in one of the kitchen cabinets.

    I would check this before buying a new generator.

    Lunarman
     
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    hi di hi
    The 9v battery you are on about must invisable as the only batteries i have found is two aa in the loo holding tank, have asked auto-sleeper people waiting reply
     
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    On my van there is a little plastic holder at the back of the floor unit adjacent to the cooker that holds the battery. I only knew it was there when the battery fell out and the igniter would nor work.

    Looking at the spinflo documentation it says that the igniter is a 12v device. Could yours be connected to the 12v circuit rather than to a battery like mine. I suppose different converters may have different ways of fitting. So you may be looking for a fuse or loose connection rather than a battery.

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