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What has happened here is moisture has got into one of the switches located under the knobs, This has caused the switch to short.
First thing to do would be unplug the unit for 24 hours and give the switch 24 hours to dry, You can take the knobs off and aim a hair dryer at the knob shafts in order to help the drying process.
This will fix the problem for the most part, if after giving the unit 24 hours to dry you still have a problem the switches will need to be tested for operation and the faulty switch replaced.
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Moisture didn't get into to it. I had the knobs off so no one would use it and the housekeeper came in and put the knobs back on and lit the burner and now it will not stop. Pulling out the unit to unplug can't do it's a 60 inch range a little too heavy. Just wanted to know if there was a way to stop the clicking.