Question about AGA Legacy 36" Dual Fuel Kitchen Range
Could be a problem with your element. After a while the element s can distort causing it to hit of the fan. If you remove the inner panel that is in front of the fan/element by removing 4 screws holding it, this will allow you to see the element and fan and if required gently bend the element away from the fan. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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