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Typically this means that water worked it's way into one of the spark switches either from boiling over or cleaning the cooktop. Now that might not be the case, but I would still go through the same procedure. Just unplug the stove and allow it to dry for 24 hours. You can remove the burner knobs and use a hair dryer to dry out the burner switches behind the knobs if you wanted to try to speed it up. Either way, just wait 24 hours and then plug the stove back in and see if it stops clicking. If so, then great it was just wet. If not, then one of your spark switches shorted out and needs to be replaced.
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