Igniters & Specialty Electrical

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MagnuM and Countryside igniters and specialty electrical replacement parts. We offer DC power supply replacements, igniter elements, and the electrical power cord for MagnuM and Countryside pellet and multi-fuel stove models.

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  • MagnuM & Reliant DC Power Supply, Post 11/06, OEM

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  • MagnuM & Reliant DC Power Supply, OEM

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  • MagnuM & Reliant Auto Ignition Igniter Element, OEM

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  • Pellethead Replacement MagnuM & Reliant Auto Ignition Igniter Element

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  • MagnuM & Reliant DC Wire Harness Assembly, OEM

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  • MagnuM Detachable AC Power Cord, 120V AC, Aftermarket

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We carry two different DC power supply replacements for MagnuM stoves. The RP2011 power supply is the correct replacement for Baby Countryside DC, Essex DC, T40 DC, Winchester, and Winchester Insert models manufactured November 2006 to current. These DC models manufactured prior to November 2006 will use power supply part number RP2010.

MagnuM Essex and T40 AC and DC pellet stove models will use a 137 watt igniter/ignition element. We offer the OEM and aftermarket replacement for factory part number RP2000. The igniter element is located in the base of the burnpot area. During start-up, the igniter will get cherry hot and the combustion air rushing around the igniter becomes 'super-heated' creating ignition to the pellet fuel in the burnpot. As the igniter gets weak over time we will often notice missed ignition cycles or the element not functioning at all. Keep in mind it's the air rushing around the igniter lighting the fire. If there is air loss or air blockage issues in your MagnuM model, there will be ignition issues.

If you are experiencing ignition troubles with your stove, check the simple things first

  • Burnpot is clean and seated properly
  • Front door and ash door are closed and the gasket seal is tight all the way around
  • Ash accumulation in the stove and exhaust venting has been removed/cleaned out
  • Air intake passageway is free and clear
  • Combustion blower is running at proper voltage

You can also use a basic multi-meter to test the ohms on your igniter element to determine if it's in proper range. Watch our helpful guide videos below on igniter testing and common igniter replacement and installation.

If you are looking for a replacement igniter you can't find on our page or any other specialty electrical replacement part for MagnuM, please contact us for special order details.