Originally Posted by Brownie
...snip.. 1) Wire from the electronic ignition to the high-output burner on my stove has a break in it. E.I. on the other two burners works fine. One of these days, I'll have to send an E-mail to Jayco requesting a replacement wire. Until then, I'll just continue lighting that burner with a long-nosed grill lighter. No big deal.
I don't own an Eagle, but I read the thread anyways.
If your stove is anything like mine, you can pull the grill that supports the pots (friction fit) and then the drip pan (spring clips). You'll see the wires for the igniters.
Find the broken one and splice it together. Or re-insert or realign the spark gap.
Hope this saves you a trip to the dealer.
Clicking the BBQ lighter is just such a pain too.