Oct 24, 2008 2:32 pm
Hi guys, I was at a friends house the other day and her freestanding oven blows A LOT of hot air into the kitchen. It was virtually blowing into my legs and causing a sweat
Is this the case with all freestanding ovens? Her's seems to be about 7 years old.
Is there any way of reversing it, if it's the norm
Re: Hot air from freestanding oven? Normal??3
Oct 25, 2008 8:24 am
it should be sealed . my freestanding was about 15 years old, it radiated heat but did not blow heat out and this one was used in a rental for 15 years.
maybe your friends just needs a new seal around the door.
Curiouser & Curiouser
Vintage-Handmade-Interior & Colour Consultancy
Re: Hot air from freestanding oven? Normal??6
Dec 19, 2008 6:46 pm
Yup, mine too. My freestanding Blanco, the crummy Technika underbench oven we had while renting, and our Whirlpool wall oven at our old place.
If it's fan forced, the air has to go somewhere and it's usually vented out the front.
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