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Have you checked and cleaned off the spark electrode tips?
Ok the flame has to contact the side of the electrode in order to send the correct signal to the spark module to stop sparking. I have adjusted hundreds of these for that issue. The simmer can not be so low that the flame does not contact the electrode. How low is the simmer set?
There is no way to bypass it, you may have the simmer just set too low.
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The only way you are going to change the air pressure issue you are having is to open the cabinet you have the unit installed in. You can cut rectangular slots along the top edges that will never be seen when the cabinet doors are opened. It is not a problem with the cooktop but with the air movement with the pressure change. So, the pressure will need to be kept as stable as possible, the large rectangular slots will help with that.