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Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.
you may have a clog, in the vent pipe, not uncommon in the winter for wild things to build nest.. their is also a air damper plate, that might be stuck, this damper prevents outside air from blowing back in
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check to see if the dapper is opening. that is piece of metal in the flue that keep the air from the outside coming in or check if there is something plugging the top part of the flue on the roof. plus you can go roof and look down and see if there is anything blocking it.
I would double check that the installer used the correct vent hood outside. The correct one has a spring that keeps the outdoor flap closed when not in use. Cleaning the outdoor flap area may also help it seal a little better. Even if the right hood was installed, you might check to see there is a spring present (or signs that there was one.
I have never had air blow out the downdraft, but I do feel cold travel to the fan unit which makes the floor cold in front of the range.