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I HAVE A WALL MOUNT TRUE TEMP OVEN AND THE FAN COMES ON WHEN I BAKE AND WILL NOT SHUT OFF FOR A LONG TIME AFTER I SHUT OF THE OVEN.

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Some models have an internal fan that will run even when the oven is off to cool the electronic boards inside,,,, for ur perticular model look through your owners manual, or download a copy at geappliances.com ango to their section for manuals and literature

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