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You have either a bad switch under the knob, or you recently had a power outage or something took out the spark module. You can test each switch for continuety when the switch is closed or 0 ohms on your resistance meter. if these are all reacting fine, then replace the spark module. Oh, and you might want to call a technician on this one. Make sure its unplugged and the gas line is stable. You have to remove all of the burners to get the top off. GL
Will most probably be a problem with your ignition box. If you want to test this try taking off the hob by undoing the screws under the burners, be very careful with these however as it is very easy to strip the thread on them, once you have the hob off try unplugging the ignitor that keeps sparking and swapping where its plugged into the ignition box with another ignitor. These ignitor can be plugged into any plug in the box so no worries there. If the ignitor keeps sparkings in another hole its the ignitor. If the new ignitor sparks its the ignition box. It will most probably be the ignition box. Is a common fault
try to use macth in the burner u said,if ok the flame,the problem is the igniter wire,nid to replace,but if u use the macth then the flame is malfunction again i think the sensor is the problem,nid the tecnician coz is hard to repair,sometime after repair the sensor it problem again in next day