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I'm guessing your problem is the fan in the oven. To fix: 1. with oven cold, remove back wall fan cover in oven. 2. remove fan. 3. clean and lubricate. 4. install fan. 5. install fan cover making sure fan is not touching. If cover does touch fan, gently bend cover away from fan and install.
Sounds like the cooling fan bearings are worn, hence the noise after you turn the cooker off.This fan is in the top of the oven and helps to keep the inside cooker electrics cool and often keeps going for a while after you have turned the cooker off. Best to call an engineer to check this out for you!
The back panel of the main oven houses the circulating fan. From experience, fat/grease/gunge accumulates and drips down the inside of the plate through the vents. This will then rub on the fan as it turns. There are four self tapping screws, one in each corner of the panel. Remove the screws and the panel will come off. That is the easy bit, getting rid of the grease is harder. Don't forget that the oven side of the panel is a stay clean and shouldn't be cleaned with anything abrasive. I use the Lakeland brush on oven cleaner on ALL the walls of the oven (even the Stay Clean) and it works a treat. It may take some time to disolve the residue and a couple of goes, but it does work.
From what you describe is happening, I would say that it is the fan that is causing the noise, not neccesserily the oven fan, because there is an external cooling fan as well, and these are the only moving parts that could cause a noise.
Hope this helps.
Yes, Find out what it is "catching" on and adjust. Sometimes it is nothing more than a wire pushed too close and begins to ping on the fan blades. If the fan blades are catching on the face plate. See if you can loosen the screws and pull then tighten to allow more space. You do not need much! Drastic solution would be lightly file the edge of the fan blades to provide more clearance. Caution! You have to file evenly on all blades to keep the balance. Of course the amount of metal you would remove would be relatively tiny.
It may be nothing more than insulation or paper which can be removed easily. Good luck! Hope this Helps!
does the noise start as soon as you turn the fan oven on?
does the noise stop as you turn off?
just depending what make and model you have there is two fans
in it 1 is the fan motor inside oven at back and other
is the cooling fan which is at top of oven .you just need
to find out which one it is and just replace . then should be back to normal
what you are describing is the cooling fan. That fan will come on to keep the electronic control panel cool. It is normal for tat to come on even if your done with the oven. I dont think is should be as loud as you describe. I would try the oven again and if it is still loud I would call for service because it is new. That fan will also come on when you use the self clean cycle.