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Is it possible to retrofit electronic ignition into a natural gas stove? Does such a kit exist commercially?

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I think you are going to have to go full on DIY with that one. –  ppumkin Jul 15 '11 at 8:17
    
Would a push button ignition be sufficient? –  James Van Huis Sep 14 '11 at 17:21
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We looked at this for a commercial unit in our church, and the consensus was to just buy two residential-class stoves with electronic ignition rather than pay for the retrofit. It was that costly. I would imagine that residential stoves, which aren't designed to be messed around with much, would have a similar problem; you're basically replacing everything from the burners back to the pilot lights. I imagine replacing your pilot-light stove with an electronic-start model would be less expensive, especially if you were able to get some sort of trade-in.

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