Electric Interference + Line / Surge Conditioning

Strange thing...I have a gas stove with an electric igniter.

When I ignite one of the burners, the clicking of the igniter interferes with one of the outlets my front-end is plugged into. Click...Click...Click (my kitchen is NOT in the same room)

I have a PS Audio AV 3000 running on the outlet which my front-end is then running into.

I'm sort of surprised that the front end cuts-out/picks up the this interference.

Anyone experience something similar (albeit odd) and was able to solve with a new outlet or difference conditioner/surge suppressor?
Is the 120V receptacle the stove is plugged into properly earth grounded?

You can easily check it with one of these.
Thank you. I'll check this out.

The really, really odd thing is that it's only one of the burners..not all 4 that causes thing.
I have a similar issue: every time the HVAC system comes on, my pre/pro loses lock on the digital signal it is receiving. Putting a surge protector in front of the pre/pro helps some but the problem still surfaces regularly...

I'm thinking I need an electrician or HVAC specialist to troubleshoot.

11-28-15: Rrsclyde
I have a similar issue: every time the HVAC system comes on, my pre/pro loses lock on the digital signal it is receiving.
11-28-15: Rrsclyde

Are you using digital coax cable? If so try a different digital coax cable that is at least 1.5 meter long.

Update - I popped in a Shunyata Alpha HC cable from the wall to the the line conditioner (AV 3000) that’s powering my front end and, apparently, that seemed to do the trick.

I have no idea how or why this works, but I’ll take it.

 I had a similar problem. A compact fluorescent bulb in my dining room caused a hum in my preamp. The dining room is on the other side of the house. It never happened before I upgraded to a Furman Elite 15 PFi power conditioner. It took me a while to figure out what was going on. At first it was just an intermittent hum in my preamp. I could not figure out what was causing it until one day when my wife turned the lights on in the dining room while I was listening. I asked her what she just did and that is how I figured it out. There are no dimmers in the house. It never happened with any of my previous power conditioners. And it has not happened with my Shunyata Triton. Just with the Furman Elite 15 PFi.  The Shunyata seems really good at isolating noise from the system.

I tried many conditioners....they changed the sound timbre, but closed in the openness I was really hooked on.  I got rid of the conditioners and had an electrician properly fix the grounding in my house.
stringreen, what was the fix in the grounding? I'm about to have dedicated wiring installed in my music room, and may as well make sure it's grounded properly! Thanks---Eric.