Kenmore gas oven door, condensation between glass panels.


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Old 11-09-16, 07:59 AM
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Kenmore gas oven door, condensation between glass panels.

I'm not sure you can help with this, I recently purchased a Kenmore gas oven. I read in one of your former posts that it is normal for the glass panel in the oven door to "fog" during the preheat; my oven also has condensation between the glass panels in the door during the first 5-10 minutes of baking (after I put the food into the oven). Is this common or a sign the I may have problems in the future?
 
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Old 11-09-16, 09:20 AM
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That is common. It's caused by moisture in the food.
It shouldn't cause any problem that I'm aware of.
 
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PJmax,thank you for your response. I've spoken to/read comments of few others that have gas ranges and although moisture on the interior of the oven door during preheat is not uncommon; moisture inside/between the glass panels seemed problematic. Bad seal? I've placed a service call with Sears. Thank you again
 
 

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