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THAT IS THE IGNITOR FOR THE GAS. TURN THE KNOB JUST BEYOND THE START POSITION AND IT SHOULD STOP. IF NOT UNPLUG THE STOVE AND FIND THE IGNITOR ON THE BURNER HEAD AND CLEAN IT WITH A SOFT TOOTHBRUSH. PLUG THE STOVE IN AND IT SHOULD STOP CLICKING
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I left cillit bang on my Whirlpool stainless steel hob. It left a real mess and looked ruined, however I have a solution. You need Astonish cream cleaner, I got mine from the Kleeneasy catalogue, just get a damp cloth and rub gently all over. You might need to do it a few times, wipe it clean with kitchen roll then rub some oil (I used olive but baby oil is good) and it should buff up to a really good finish.