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STOVE AFTER OR BEFORE THE BURNS LIGHTS UP, STILL HEAR THE SPARK SOUND FROM ALL OF FOUR BURNER AND NEVER STOP. PLEASE HELP THANKS THIS IS MY E-MAIL DLE@RRPRODUCTS.COM

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Hello
That sounds like the electric sending unit to the ignitor are not working properly, they are located under the knobs on the sitch rod. a small ceramic piece with 2 wires, very inespensive and easy to change.
Eddie Rentas
Tupper Lake NY

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

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