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Jenn air fan comes on with rear burners (elec) can I disable?

Model 88169 electric slide-in can I disable the auto fan when the rear burners are used and only have the fan come on with the fan switch? Thanks

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Perhaps, but sound safety says no. This generates a lot of heat in an enclosed space; the fan may be a nuisance but it is needed to keep the unit from getting too hot. Hope this helps!

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