The oven fan continues to run long after the oven has "cooled". There is also a "clicking" as the oven appears to be trying to reset the fan.
A service-man told us that the "relay-switch" needed to be replaced; but for our 1994 oven, no such part was any longer available. Are you aware of any part availability? Thank you.
Answer Hello David,
The Blower Thermostat
The blower thermostat is a normally-open (N.O.) switch that closes when the temperature reaches 140°F. It is wired in series with the blower motor. When the switch closes, the blower motor activates and cools the plenum area to protect the electronics. The fan will continue to run until the temperature cools down to a temperature below 140°F. This can seem like an extensive period of time if the unit just self-cleaned, since during the self-clean cycle, the unit can reach temperatures in excess of 1100 degrees.
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