How to Reset Your Grill's WiFi Information

What's in This Article?

Your D2 WiFIRE-enabled grill has a WiFi Reset function. Let's review when you should use this function and how to do it correctly.

Which Grills Have a WiFi Reset Function?

D2 WiFIRE grills — grills with a variation of the controller shown below — have a WiFi Reset option.

New Timberlines and Ironwoods with touchscreen controllers do not have this function. If you have a grill with a touchscreen, see Forget Network.

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What Does a WiFi Reset Do?

A WiFi Reset (SSID reset) forces your grill to forget any networks the grill has connected to previously. 

  • Performing multiple WiFi Resets will not break or damage a controller.

When Should I Reset My Grill's WiFi?

Resetting your WiFi is a helpful option to do whenever you are connecting a grill that has been connected to a WiFi network previously. Scenarios may include:

How to Do a WiFi Reset

  1. Turn on the grill and press the Menu button. 
  2. Scroll down to the WIFI INFORMATION, pressing the controller dial to confirm the selection. 
  3. While on the WiFi Information Screen, press and hold the Ignite button for 10 seconds. 
  4. Power Cycle the grill. 
    1. Turn off and unplug the grill. 
    2. Flip the power switch to the on position. 
    3. Wait 10 seconds.  
    4. Flip the power switch to the off position. 
    5. Plug in and turn on the grill. 
  5. Return to the WIFI INFORMATION screen and confirm that the network name no longer appears.

Network Still Appears on Grill after a WiFi Reset

If the network still appears under WIFI INFORMATION after doing a WiFi reset and power cycling the grill, try the following:

  1. Disconnect your home network router. Confirm that the WiFi signal is off.
  2. Do a WiFi Reset on the grill again.
  3. The network should no longer appear at this time. 
  4. Plug in the router again and continue pairing.
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