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Dacor range top won't stop clicking/sparking

My dacor range top's ignitors won't quit sparking afterI cleaned it. I know if they get wet that will cause it. But I've dried them well and turned on the burners to help dry them out, which has worked in the past. I will tell you that it quit clicking/sparking when the one burner was on. But after turning them off it started back up. This has never happened before. What might I be missing

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