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Re: Candy oven noisy fan
Noisy fan means bushes are worn. cant be repaired. needs replacement. Quote model of oven to spare parts supplier and replace. Make sure power is unplugged and not just switched off before repairs are done.
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if the oven is new then this could by a bending fin or by a wire been loose and touching the fins this can sometimes happens during assembly or during transportation. in both cases you need to remove the fan in order to find the cause and fix the fins. we have here one video that can help you
Possible fault in the bearing bushes , in the first place you can spray a WD40 or even some light oil into the fan's rotor ends where the bearings are located. If the sound reduces clean and wipe off excess oil from the shaft side. Also make sure that the fan leaf is not making the noise due to any dirt accumulation or obstruction.
I would suspect that the blower is noisy its what i would expect to potentially make noise ...if fits in the back of the control panel and it comes on to cool the control board each time the oven is on.
In case it turns out to be the blower thats noisy the part number for it is W10176670
There are only 2 moving parts in your oven when it is running - the fan and the fan motor. If a bearing is worn or the fan blade is damaged, this can cause vibration. However, the actual noise could be could be coming from some other part of the oven which is insecurely fixed, e.g a panel, internal shelf, the oven/grill element - pretty much anything!
Basically, the fan/motor causes the vibration and a loose part causes the noise.
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
Yes , there is a cooling fan located at the top of the oven
It could be the fan blades catching, or a noisy fan bearing.
You would have to access it by removing the top oven cover to check., and yes it could be as a result of having it cleaned.
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The exhaust fan on my oven (Aosc3040) is loud also and has always been. Just hope nothing significant brakes because this model has been discontinued and it is difficult to get parts for it. I have been told by Amana that the life expentency of this oven is 10-13 years, so don't invest in anything that is not necessary. The glass door broke on mine and I cannot get a replacement piece. My kitchen looks terrible. It is a shame because the oven works great. Linda