Question about Ovens
When using convection oven steam forms between the two glass and water runs between. You can not see in or wipe it off because it is inside both glasses. Is this normal
Have the same issue, and am glad to see it is "normal" or a leak in the seal. Our oven was installed in our home which was just built over summer 2014. It came with the house, I personally would not purchase Frigidaire because I am told it is translation for "Fragile" as per a repairman I once had to look at my Frigidaire washer. " This brand is cheap, and you get what you pay for". That's why many new home builders stock them in their homes.
Posted on Feb 08, 2015
Bad seal. You may have to get new door
Posted on Nov 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is not normal for this to happen. The seal must be perished or worn allowing moist warm air to come into contact with the cooler outer glass thus condensation is forming on the inside.
It is not a major issue as it will depend on the moisture content of what you are cooking but it will obviously prevent you seeing inside when it occurs.
It is one of those minor irritating things that can happen.
The only way to solve the problem long term is to have the thing resealed as normally it is a mastic seal rather than fibre one.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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