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Top left burner doesn't turn on

My Fisher and Paykel gas cooktop burner makes sounds (of flint clicking) but the top left burner does not turn on. I can light it with a match but it's irritating. Anyone have a solution to the problem?

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    If the electric is plugged in, just have clicking sound ALL the time and still must use match to light burners. I just keep the electric source unplugged.

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