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One of my burners just started to fizzle and flow extremely brightly. It looks like there are little bubbles on it.

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Ths burner is having a melt down and if it hasn't burned out it will . replace it / some burners can act like a sparkler and burn till it wll damage the oven surface . so I would just replace . mm

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You should see the same for the main oven burner, when you start it.

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