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Pans that are too close together can make a ticking noise. Try to move the pans a bit further apart.
Each pan must of course remain in the zone;
The bottom of a pan can also make a ticking or whistling noise. This sound usually indicates the pan is worn and it cannot be repaired;
Moisture under the pan can make a noise. Make sure that the hob is kept dry and clean it directly after boiling over.

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