Johnson Controls, Lennox Ignition Control Module.
New Upgraded Ignition Module is a universal replacement part for intermittent pilot controls.
The G776 ignition control kit can only be used to replace a Lennox G20, G20R, G23, and G26 series unit that has a Johnson Controls G776RGD-1, G776RGD-2, G776RGD-10, or G776RGD-11 ignition control installed; or has been replaced with a Lennox 65K93 ignition replacement kit.
Replaces Ignition Control Part Numbers:
Used in Lennox Furnace Models:
Use only to replace Lennox G20, G20R, G23 and G26 series unit that has a Johnson Controls 69J3601, G776RGD-1, G776RGD-2, G776RGD-10, G776RGD-14C or G776RGD-11 ingintion control installed : or has been replaced with a Lennox 65K93 ignition replacement kit
G779 Universal Replacement Intermittent Pilot Ignition Control
Operating Voltage 24 VAC at 50/60 Hz
Operating Current 25 VAC, 60 Hz
Contact Rating (PV & MV) 2 A continuous, 5 A inrush
Operating Temperature -40
• to 160
Humidity Rating 95% RH @ maximum operating temperature non-condensing
Ignition Source High voltage spark, capacitive discharge
Prepurge Less than one second
Number of Trials Before 100% Shutoff One
Trial Time for Ignition 25 seconds (a)
(a) Timings increase by 20% under 50 Hz operation
Retry Delay Period 5 minutes (a)
Recommended Spark Gap 0.125 inch maximum
Means of Flame Detection Flame rectification
Flame Failure Response Time 0.8 seconds
Minimum Flame Current Required 0.15 mA
Wiring Connections Spark: Spike
Control: 1/4 inch male spade
Type of Gas Natural, Liquified Petroleum (LP), manufactured, mixed or LP gas-air mix
This New Upgraded Ignition Module can be used with all gases and applicable to gas-fired appliance
with maximum 400,000 BtuH. This module has a seperate spark / sense only will operate without vent dampers. Module Specifications:24
VAC 50/60 Hz, 0.2A nominal and main valve. 100% Pilot Shutoff if pilot is not proven;after 5 minute
delay.15 seconds prepurge.
Perform the following procedure to replace the existing ignition control
Only a trained service professional should perform this procedure.
1. Shut off power to the appliance.
2. Turn off the gas at the manual shutoff valve adjacent to the appliance.
3. Label each wire with the correct terminal designation prior to disconnection.
4. Disconnect the power supply (transformer) and the thermostat lead wires from the existing ignition control.
5. Disconnect the sensing probe lead, the high voltage cable, the pilot valve and main valve leads, and any ground leads from the existing ignition control.
6. Remove the screws holding the ignition control assembly in place.
7. Remove and discard the ignition control.
8. Using the same holes as the old control, mount the new control with metal screws or bolts through the mounting holes of the enclosure.