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You don't have to do anything. Most laminate installs have a soft spot somewhere. I also don't think the soft spot will change. You either accept it or fix it. I am not saying you had a "great" install but it is what it is. If you are going to pull it up - you need to do a big enough area where it can be properly leveled. For issues like this we use a ...


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code only requires the wiring to be capable of 3VA per square foot in residences Table 220.12. There are very few absolute "where to put & how much light" is required. With LED lighting if you could put 3va/sqft light in you would need a welding helmet it would be so bright. With placement The type of lights also make a difference, examples would be of a ...


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In the end we got a local cooker repair person out to help solve this problem. He fitted a new heater element, and also trimmed about 3mm from the tips of the fan blades.


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It sounds like the problem might be with the fan. You may need to access the fan from the back (outside) of the oven; or maybe to access the fan you would unscrew the screws circled in red. Edit- If the fan is not the problem (and the warranty is expired) then I would order a couple more of those retaining clips. If the clips don't come with screws, then ...



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