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This is normal, Jenn Air along with many manufactures use one ignition module for all the burners. So when you turn one knob on all the ignitors on top will spark but gas will only flow to the burner with the knob on.
Here is a copy paste from a Jenn Air Owners Manual, I do not have your model number so I cannot be sure this is the exact phrase in your book.
I hope this helps!
To Set: 1. Push in and turn knob counterclockwise to light the burner. All surface burners will click. Only the burner that has been turned on will produce a flame. 2. Turn knob to anywhere between HIGH and LOW. Use the following chart as a guide when setting heat levels.
All ignitors should fire regardless of which burner is turned on. See if the right front will light up if you turn on another burner or look for a spark. If not, the ignitor is probably fouled and needs a good cleaning. If the right front burner will spark or ignite when a different burner is turned on, it is the right front control switch - not an easy fix. When cleaning the cook top, if you remove the knobs, any liquid that gets into the switches will short them out. Found that out the hard way.
I have a JEC9536ADB electric Jenn-Air Cooktop. We replaced the class top and now the knobs are all spliting and won't work. 2 of the main burners will only heat in the "high" position? What do I need to replace?
1) turn off power at the breaker.
2) remove hold down screws
3) pop up cooktop out of counter top
4) remove knobs and downdraft grille
5) remove ceramic top (screws around outside and also in side grille opening)
6) unplug burners replace with new burner
Please use a blower or hair dryer and blow out any moisture on the back burner knob. This happens when moisture enters the knob area. Moisture shorts the connections and thus, its clicking continuosly.
Also, check for the electrical connections.
I do not know the cause BUT the fan behavior (on for left burners, off for right burners) is by design. The high-speed fan has two switches; 1) the primary switch visible centered between top two knobs, 2) secondary switches integrated with left burner knobs.
Look at the back of your range there should be schemetic for your power control board. look for defective burner wire going into relay. There should be 5 relays in rows. Realy is the problem. I had the same problem with my front left burner stuck on high. After replacing everything works okay.
I've had the same problem for 2 years. Today I removed the four burner tops, the 15/16 inch bolt that holds the burners in place, took everything apart (simple connections underneath), completely cleaned and dried eveything. I also cleaned the 4 knobs and making sure the 4 swiches slide up and down freely then dried everything with a hairdryer. Is now works fine but if the problem comes back, I'll simply unplug the cooktop and light it manually. P.S. I stripped one of the large 5/16 inch bolt that had become weak and brittle. - Try using water or some liquid to loosen the bolts as necessary. Good luck, CHEERS!