Heating tools for professionals

If your burner no longer ignites, replacing the spark plug can help.

The picture below shows the spark plug using the 8702 pointed burner as an example.


Since the spark plugs are different depending on the model, please refer to the table below for the item number of the spark plug.


Item no. burnerDescription burnerItem no. spark plugItem no. jet orificePackaging unit (spark plug and jet orifice), pcs.
870201PowerJet pin-point burner1647231518815
870401PowerJet standard burner1644321502435
870601PowerJet cyclone burner1517021637175
870701MetalJet cyclone burner1529591616755
870801PowerJet hot-air burner1644329001025
871001PowerJet soft flame burner1644341616755



To replace the spark plug, simply unscrew the pointed burner at the marked point on the lower end of the ignition pin. The old firing pin can then be levered out and a new one fitted.