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Electric range starter wont quit clicking

Rebooted the house circuit breaker, but it just keeps on ticking. Been 24 hours.

It's a pretty old Kenmore (Sears).

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Why u shut of the breaker,unplug the unit to stop the clicking, or clean the bottom of knobs control,remove the knob then clean by ising vaccium

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