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Blower motor suction

I have jenn air Model# sve87600w and the down draft blower baerly sucks the smoke if i cook 1 hamburger it will fill the house with smoke. I had a repair man out and he said everything is fine. how do I know if blower motor is working properly and it is spining fast enough to draw the smoke.

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You may want to check the venting on the unit, motor may be fine, but sounds to me like you may have a collapsed line, or a plugged line, I would also make sure nothing has gotten down into the venting chamber at the top to clog it, hope that helps

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  2. If equipped, remove the instrument panel silencer from the passenger side of the instrument panel.
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