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2 of the front igniters do not function

Have had a Thermador PCG3666E (36" 6 burner rangetop) for 10 months and during this period it has worked fine. Now 2 of the front burner igniters do not give off spark. I cleaned and still do not work.

Is there a procedure for cleaning igniters or have they gone bad.

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