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My gas burner is blocked. popping sound would exists when fire is on and oftently fire will be off. I have clean and wash the burner but problems still arise.

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Could you unplug the two faulty igniters and see if problem remained

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It sounds like the round burner orifices are dirty. Remove the round orifices and clean in warm soapy water, using a plastic scrubber or toothbrush to remove and dirt and residue around the sides of the burner. Do the same on the little electrode that protrudes at some position around the burner orifice seat.

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