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.
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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Call me lazy if you want to, I call it efficient. But the easiest and quickest way? I close the doors and windows and put a large pot of boiling water on the stove. Sometimes I unhook the dryer exhaust hose from the wall if I'm doing laundry, and aim it towards the kitchen. The combination of heat, moisture, and condensation helps me use a sponge mop on the ceiling. Takes about five minutes to clean my kitchen ceiling.
It should also work nice for cleaning smoke off the kitchen ceiling, for cleaning soot off the kitchen ceiling, for cleaning grease off the kitchen ceiling, or for cleaning tar and nicotine off the ceiling.
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WAY TOO LOW WATER FLOW!!!
Check if your filter is clean, clean it any way.
Do you have a bypass valve installed and opened it too much allowing water to bypass heater?
Very possible now that your heat exchanger may have extremely restricted passage ways due to steaming/boiling calcium right out of the water and onto the internal wall of your heat exchanger or coil assembly.
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I boiled the kettle, added the hot water to a tray and placed it in the oven, shut the door then left it for 10 minutes so it steams up the oven (make sure power is off first). Do the same again. Then get a multi grip spanner and place a kitchen rag over the cover and turn to the left. It does take a bit of force depending on how stiff it is, but the steam will loosen the cover. The steam also cleans the oven quite a bit too!!
Open the panel on the freezers backside wall or floor, a phi;;ips and standard and 1/4 and 5/16 nutdrivers cover most of what youll need or a 6 in 1 tool has all of them in 1 I use these.
find the drain and run a long 36" zip tie or equivalent into the drain and run boiling hot water though the drain until it drains into the pan underneath, make sure drain is attached well to wall and free of debris ice etc. a little bleach too if its nasty mucky clog, but boiling water ran through will do it.
Sounds like a problem in the high voltage side. Need to check the diode and if good the voltage at the magnetron. Should be 3.5 volts across mag and 4500 dc volts at mag. If you do not have a meter to check replace both mag and diode aprox $150.00 from GE. Pat