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So unfortunately some pans just don't have enough magnetism to keep the sensor satisfied on these induction cooktops. It could still be your pans so I would try another induction rated pan just to be sure it's not your brand of pans or a certain pan in general. If it still acts up, then your burner power control board is just not sensing the magnetic force properly and the burner power board would need to be replaced.
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