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We just purchased the KGRS807SSS gas kitchen range

We noticed that when we use the oven for baking, a fan keeps the front top area cool.When we turn off the oven, the fan stops running and the area where the knobs and time are, gets very hot.It gets so hot that it almost burns your hand. We sent the 1st oven back and asked for another oven. The new oven does the same thing and gets very hot. The only way we can keep it cool is to leave the oven door open after we are finished using the oven. Is this normal??We are afraid that the heat will hurt the componets such as the clock. our previous oven had to be replaced because of this type of problem. Please help us and let us know if the heating problem is normal.

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  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    Oven starts to heat up and then automatically shuts off. The hot area indicator light no longer works.

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This is normal. Typically the vent from the oven will come up between the cooktop and the control panel.

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