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That is food/grease buildup. Clean the holes. TURN OFF GAS to stove, then just clean the holes in the burners with a soft wire brush. Then turn gas back on and immediately relight pilot lights. If that sounds scary, call your gas company, they might come out and help.
you may be turning it up unlil it lights. Try taking off one of the knobs and turn it over and look inside Many stoves have two little ajusting screws insind with instructions andthe adjustment resets the knob
positioning on the valve stem. try that.
Remove knob, with flashlight look down top of shaft see a slotted screw that screw is flame adjustment.
adjust, light burner, turn flame to low, with screwdriver turn screw
rite till flame is at desired hight (aprox 2mm). now turn up to high
check that high is satisfactory if high is to low then adjust screw.
check low again. adjust till both setings are acceptible. do for all burners
As for holding the knobs that is common with this stove, you could check to see if flame is hitting sensor the burner hole that lines up the sensor may be dirty.
does it have a knob in front or is it a panel to operate bake broil ? if it has a oven knob take it off and look in the back of the knob you adjust it there if it is electric if it is gas you need to use a small screw driver in the stem where the knob goes on and turn a little screw in there to ajust temperture turn clockwize to adjust temp up