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Rattleing noise when either oven is turned on

When I turn on either of the ovens there is a rattling noise from a fan. This continues after turning off the ovens, until they have cooled off.

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  • Brian Chatfield Jan 02, 2007

    Can I access this back panel without pulling the stove out of the wall?

  • RobinsonAM Jan 13, 2008

    Cooling fan vibration noise until oven cools

  • Anonymous Oct 24, 2008

    Same exact problem with KEBK206 double oven. Obviously the cooling fan, but how to access? From the front panel or remove oven from opening?

    Russ

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It could be a loose screw that has fallen from inside your back panel.... Be sure to turn off all power sorces before you access the panel to avoid electrical shock!

Posted on Dec 30, 2006

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