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Buzzing sound When we turn the dial to active the heating element on the bottom of the top oven - a buzzing sound comes from the side of the panel inside the oven. Everything else functions normally - just turning this knob from zero makes the noise. Ay ideas?

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Maybe the knob might be a bit rusty, or it's always like that. It's also a good idea to get people to check the knob.

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