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When i turn knob on to ignite burner all igniters for other burners continue to try and ignite and will not stop

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Thanks for the question yes some stoves do this and its normal when the burner you selected lights turn to low or hi the igniter will stop they do this to save on igniter modules thanks the appliance doc

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