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We smell the oven fumes when using the oven a lot of heat is coming out of back panel and the fan inside is not working.

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Hello tds. It is not uncommon to smell gas when you open an oven door. That said, if the amount of gas you smell is stronger than it used to be call your gas company. They will send out a technician, free of charge, to check your stove. Joe

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