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I hear a clicking noise coming from my electric fireplace when the fire light is on. What causes this, and how can I fix it?

I don't have the manual so I haven't tried anything so far. It is a Twin Star International Electric fireplace Model # 23EF010GAA. Heater and all seem to work just fine, and there is just that noise when light is on.

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