Continously firing ignitors???
This spark module has a feed back from each of burner igniters and when it senses the flame - it stops sparking.Most likely you switched around the wires from the front burner igniters and the spark does not receive the right input.If you turn on both front burners at the same time - does it stop sparking?If it does, just switch the wires around
If it doesnt stop sparking, then
Check the electrical connection to the stove for possible reversed polarity and proper grounding.Check all burner igniters for any damages (cracked or broken ceramic insulation).Check all burners for proper assembly. Check if the burner cap is in place on every burner.Clean all burner igniters, using a rubbing alcohol.
To check the burner ignitor switch
A good place to start would be the burner ignitor switches.Each burner control has a switch with two wires going to it. (One at a time) You can remove one wire from each switch to see if the sparking stops.If so then you have a shorted burner ignitor switch. Make sure the metal tip of the wire doesn’t touch you or ground.
Another possibility is a spilled liquid or a cleaning stuff could get inside a switch, causing a short.
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