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After cleaning the range the lighters does not stop clicking

All six are clicking at the same time nonstop

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Fact is, all 6 of them click every single time, you turn any of them on. So that part is normal. But the problem, that it doesn't stop clicking when it's lit means you need a new spark module.
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