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Hello my name is Alex. I will be happy to answer your question. Make sure the electrical plug polarity is correct. Make sure the hot leg from the outlet is going to the intended hot leg of the BBQ. Make sure the BBQ is properly grounded and there is a good ground supplied from the electrical outlet. Make sure the BBQ burners are clean. The flame must touch the spark electrode and have a good ground in order to send a signal to the spark module to shut the spark off.
Make sure the burners have a good connection to ground underneath them such as no rust or debris.
When one sparks they all will spark, this is normal. Here is something else to check. If it still sparks when the flame is lit, make sure you have the correct wire on the correct electrode. For example if the one meant for #1 is on #2, #1 would only stop sparking when #2 is lit. Make sure the wiring is correct.