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Cooling and/or convection fan

Cooling fan stopped working and is making a rattling noise

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  • HomePetes Apr 08, 2008

    Our GE profile convection oven fan works, but rattles constantly (several months ago it only rattled for the first 5 minutes or so, but as the oven heated it eventually went away).  We've taken no steps, since only recently has the rattle been continuous--it's about 4 years old now.

  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2008

    The convection light on the display panel is lit up, the beeping sound when the temperature reaches the specified temperature are all functioning properly, but the convection fan in the oven section is not running.

  • Spiri May 16, 2008

    Our GE oven fan works, but rattles constantly as soon as it warms up and stops when the oven has completely cooled.

  • fixitgirl3 Jun 19, 2008

    GE profile convection oven works fine but rattles constantly. Very noisy and annoying. The fan is hitting anything, could I WD40 it? How to fix?

  • me1mah Sep 14, 2008

    I have the same problem with my convection fan. It rattles once turned on and the rattling lessens to every now and then when heated up.

  • schicmg Sep 14, 2008

    Same problem, rattles while heating up.

  • crshaw22 Sep 20, 2008

    our fan came completely off after rattling. I am trying to reattach it but the part that attaches the fan will not screw in

  • Anonymous Apr 20, 2009

    I used the self-cleaning function on the oven the other day and that is when I first heard the oven make a loud rattle. And now the rattle comes on as soon as I turn on the oven it makes a loud rattling noise. I believe it is heating up to the correct temp. but it makes a loud rattle the entire time it is on. The oven I have is the GE wall oven JTP25SOH6SS. Does anyone know how to fix this problem?

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    Once the oven heats up the fan makes a rattling noise

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I had the same problem. The screen protecting the fan bends into the fan from the heat. Take off the top front control panel (3 screws), reach in to the back where the fan is and push the screen back away from the fan. As always, turn the power off first to avoid shock. This should solve your noise problem.

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