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Where is the exhaust fan located for a Baxter Model M800 Oven? And, can it be replaced with a larger fan?

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  • Neal Dominick
    Neal Dominick Oct 17, 2013

    The M800 is a rotating rack oven and appears to have been constructed circa 1980's. Thus, any assistance or information provided will be greatly appreciated. The oven does have an 8" dia. exhaust duct that routes exhaust to a roof vent. Thus, I'm presuming the EF is within the "hood section" of the oven. Please help.



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