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One burner does not light up. The ignition is clicking and providing sparks, and there seems to be plenty of gas. It works fine when i put a match to it.

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Make sure the burner cap or burner head is in place correctly, and that the jet or hole(s) for the ignition are clean of debris. In most cases like this, if there is spark present and no ignition, it means something is either clogged and dirty or the spark is not strong enough due to poor grounding.

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You can check the ignitors/wiring by switching

the output wires at the spark module. If the

front ones work & back ones stop working, change

out the module. If no change take a look at the

ignitor(remove screw on bottom to remove

ignitor), ignitor wire & ground wire by removing

the burners.

Possible Causes Of Continuous Sparking:
Defective spark wires.
Continuous high heat can cause spark wires to

degrade. Use volt/ohm meter to determine

continuity
of spark wires. Look for obvious cuts/ abrasions

or pinch points. A defective wire can allow
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provide under normal circumstances. This will

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