Question about Ovens
It's most likely that the switch in one of your burners has gone shorted out causing it to remain on. Some models can be adjusted to control the ignition but on most you'll need to replace the control that's malfunctioning. Although you don't notice it most stove have only one igniter that fires at all the burners when ever you light a burner. You should be able to get the parts you need at the link below or they can direct you to a local parts store:
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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