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ELECTROLUX EOD5310 I HAVE HAD THIS OVEN FOR 4 YEARS WITH NO PROBLEMS BUT JUST LATELY AFTER USING THE GRILL THE MOTOR OR FAN SEEMS LOUD AND DOES NOT STOP FOR MAYBE 5 TO 10 MINS IS THERE A PROBLEM

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There are two fans and one is out of sight and is to cool the casing. normal for the casing fan to run for up to 20mins after switching off. after 4 years, maybe getting a bit worn and hence noisy. nothing to worry about

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