I have a Dometic RM 5330 3-way fridge. The wire leading to the igniter has burned out. At least, I think that’s what it is – I don't think it's the flame failure device. Pictured is the burner unit with the cover removed. You can see the wire, now dropped to the floor, the connector next to it that was on the end of the wire, & the white ceramic block that the wire was connected to before it came off. The second picture shows the unit that is on the other end of that wire. I’ve tried to trace the Part No without success, but some of you are a lot better at tracing obscure stuff down than I am, especially if ebay in involved. It would be good if I could just replace the wire, but I expect I’ll need the whole unit. It’s difficult to tell from the burnt out end if it’s single core, just attached to the whole brass piece on the end of the ceramic block, or if it is core + outer sleeve, with the core connected to that little nub on the end of the brass piece & the sleeve connected to the outer section. I can probably tell a bit more if I start cutting the wire back, but one of you may know the answers already. Repair or replace? If replace, how much needs replacing? Can the burner end be sourced separately? Anyone know exactly which part it is & the best place to obtain one? If I can bypass the whole motorhome dealer - Dometic - part manufacturer supply chain then it will no doubt be a fraction of the retail dealer price. That 2nd picture isn't upside down - it really is mounted that way up, to make the wire come out in the right direction. To save you standing on your head, the label says: Dometic IT130 289 0190-10 HeaTec 261087 SN 13010301074 Embossed into the unit itself, it says: IGNItronic HeaTec Thermotechnik GmbH HeaTec made big industrial heaters, but I suppose a heater of any size needs much the same igniter if it's gas fuelled. Looks like Dometic just sourced a supply of ignitors from them. Any ideas greatfully received. PS - I've reduced the size of the photos to make them forum friendly. If anyone would like to see the original high res versions because they may tell you more, ask away & I will provide.