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The switch for that particular burner is bad. It turns out that whenever you switch on 1 burner, they all spark - that's a safety feature. Depending on the model, you may just need to replace the 1 switch, but usually, they are part of a switch string, and you have to replaced the whole string of switches..
As your oven is electric there is a heating element in the oven, have a look in the oven to find it and check the little plug in caps on the end to make sure they are not loose. If they,re ok check the switch on the front panel sometimes the knob comes loose on the spindle if that's all ok it may be the switch has failed. Good luck.
A few months ago I lost one igniter on the left front burner. It clicks and gas flows but wont ignite.Now when I turn on the left back burner, the gas still flows but I hear clicking on the right side, not from that burner. It wont light either.
check the burner socket, it is likely that contact is being lost where the burner connects to the hardwired portion of the system (the socket). It is not unusual for the socket to "burn up" when there is a poor connection to the burner resulting in the burner being replaced and the new burner not working or working intermittently.
You said, have a Whirlpool electric range (model rf363pxpt0) with standalone
burners - the burner power indicator light stays lit whether the heat
control knob is on or off, there is no heat coming from the burner on
or off. You pulled the burner from the receptacle and one of the tabs
broke off and stayed in the receptacle. You removed the tab and made sure
no pieces remained in the receptacle then bought a replacement burner,
no change. You put the replacement burner in the back burner of the same
size and had heat within 10 seconds. You changed out the burner with the
one that had been in the back of the range, no heat. As long as the
breaker to the range is on the power light stays lit but no power to
that one burner only.
What is the model number and the age of your range?
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.