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The oven fan keeps running. My Grand Daughter baked pastries while visiting me (she's attending Culinary School in upstate New York), and everything turned out just right. Afterwards when my Grand Daughter, my Daughter, and I were getting ready to fly back to their home in the North East, we noticed the oven fan never stopped. After I returned home almost a month later, the oven fan was, and is still running.

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Try to reset it ..by unplugging the oven ..and put it back after 30 minutes or so ...it may be a function set ..and remained there ...if the fan is not stopping ..than it is probably a wire that has a bad connection and feed s it with electricity when it not supposed to...probably the isolation went off from the heat ...and in this case you need to call for a specialized hand to see the short and fix it ..

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