Question about Jenn-Air JMV8208AAS Microwave Oven
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Well first of all I would take a piece of paper or newspaper, and put it up by the vents, the paper should be sucked on by the vent.. If it does that you have suction. if it does not hold the paper, you should get a warranty repair, i am assuming this new.
If the unit is install to far above the stove you may have a issue.
But long story short, the room vented units, do not really pull much smoke, they pull better on outside venting. you are just putting smoke/steam back into the room, just a little cleaner.
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Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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