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|The system you have is an auto re-ignition spark module. All ignitors spark together with only the turn of one valve switch. The spark module senses flame through the electrode wire through the actual flame then into the burner head and back to the spark module. I have had many of the auto re-ignition units spark after ignition. The main cause is that there is bad contact through the burner cap and burner head. Clean all surfaces of the burner and cap assembly and related fastners ( some have a brass nut fastened to the main top). Also check for poorly fitting burner caps. This should help. Let us know how it works.