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Zcv550mnc I have a Zanussi ZCV550MCN every time the oven is used there is smoke/steam pours out the vents on the top is this normal it is damaging wall coverings

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Ideally you should be venting it - not because of the odours from the cooked meals but because the gas when it burns it generates combustion residues that in the long run can cause troubles. This is true for every single gas powered unit .

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