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Brian Chatfield Posted on Dec 27, 2006

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!

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