Question about Kitchen Ranges
My wife just noticed one of the cooktop elements was warm, but it was not on and had not been on all day. She did use the oven this day. I noticed there is what appears to be a vent tube that goes from the oven underneath this cooktop element. The range is about 8 years old. We have had it for a little over a year. We (She) never noticed this situation before. Is this normal or does this vent need replacing? This is a self-cleaning oven, would this be a safety vent?
It does need replacement as its been pretty old, replace it as soon as possible to avoid shortcircuit
Posted on May 26, 2008
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