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Kenmore gas stove

Oven is making popping gas sounds in prheat mode. What could this mean?

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  • jshockley5 Jul 20, 2008

    preheat mode

  • jshockley5 Jul 27, 2008

    The stove is now popping throughout the cooking process.

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It sounds like you have some condensation in your gas lines.
The fact that it only does this when preheating kind of reinforces that suspicion.

By the time the oven has reached temperature setting, the bit of moisture has been either blown or baked out of the system.

Steam clouding the window would confirm this or if don't have one, you clould put a shiny pot into the oven and check it for condensation after a few minutes while the popping is taking place.

Posted on Jul 20, 2008

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