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I have an electrolux icon double wall oven. I turned on the self-clean function for 3hrs and it making a very loud noise during the cleaning process. Is that normal?

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  • mroseitutu Dec 24, 2008

    It is louder than a humming noise. Although the pitch of the noise is the same. I have since turned off the self-cleaning function and noise is still going. I believe it might be tied to the fan. The door stays locked for about an hour after the self-cleaning process to allow the fan to cool down the oven.

  • jason May 11, 2010

    is it a humming noise or louder than that?

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Yes, if the humming is not the loud sound then the fan may need some lubrication or if it is tripping the circuit it will need replacing , but if it seems like it is a viberating noise from the fan , then it could be that its bearings are bad , but the whole fan motor would still need to be replaced , but if it sounds like it just may be a loose fan motor , then tightening up the screws on the motor would stop the vibrating sound and or the fan blades from scraping metal( another sound you may be hearing )

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