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Pot overflowed and then flames from R side and clicking

Liquid (crab boil) poured into 5 knobs on R side and flames from R side (not top) and igniters kept clicking. all better now, is it safe to try to restart the top burners?

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Yes this is commen when you spill liquid on the spark module what happens is it grounds itself out and will continue to spark until it drys out. you should be fine.

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