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It is going to be a bad burner switch. If you do not have a meter to test the switches you will need to unplug the unit and remove the back of the range to expose the back of the switches. Find the "p" on the back of one of the switches. Start with front ones. One at a time unplug the "p" wire and put tape on the end of it. (to keep it from shorting) Stay away from the open back and plug the unit back in and see if the light goes out. When it does that is the bad switch. Always make sure the unit is UNPLUGGED when you are touching the wires. Pull the knob to find the switch mounting screws.
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