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Lack of steam removable from microwave

I boil water or soup and the front burner and the steam covers the door and goes towards the ceiling making my wallpaper come loose from wall.
I need help badly this is a new stove and microwave. Yes they were installed just like the instuction book call for.

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Microwave vent systems are shallow with no capture area to collect your expanding water vapor, they are flat on the bottom. To increase the efficency make sure that you duct it to the outside. If you want to keep your micro/hood vent you will have to boil on the back burners, it is the nature of the product.

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