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Burners two and three will not light unless direct flame is put to it. Burner 1 will light off the ignitor.

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Probably the ignitor sparker is not positioned properly or ignitor wire has short and it's not sparking at the burner. Compare the position of the one that lights with the others that don't and adjust position til spark arcs against burner and lights within 1-3 sparks.

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Hello, there is a carry over tube that looks like a burner hold down at the back of the grill. This is likely rusted closed and will need to be cleaned or replaced. The clips that hold the tube down are part # 7000132 and the tube part # is 7000279. They can be purchased directly from Char-Broil or Sears parts.
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