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If the ignitor is sparking, not just clicking then you need to look at the thermocouple or sensor that tells the stove there is a flame. The gas comes on the ignitor sparks the gas, the thermocouple or sensor senses the flame and then the thermostat controls the level of gas and flame to keep it at the correct temp. From the sound of it the thermocouple or sensor is saying it has a flame and keeps the gas on and doesn't trigger the ignitor to respark to start a flame.
The thermocouple/sensor should shut off the gas flw after a certain amount of time if there is no flame to keep from getting a large build up of gas. So check the t-couple/sensor.
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