We have an in-wall oven that is not properly insulated. It heats up the surrounding cabinet. The oven itself has internal insulation in good condition, but it is not strong enough to keep heat inside oven. Is there some kind of outside wrap we can buy online that would fix this problem? (we live in Chile, and the local manufacturer will not admit problem, so we need to fix it ourselves)
I would not recommend additional insulating wrap for the unit itself, this could cause it to overheat and malfunction... or even catch on fire. You should be able to find the model and serial #s on a placard inside the door. Check the manufacturer's minimum clearance requirements, if the cabinets are too close then you have the wrong oven or improperly constructed cabinets.
You may be able to add a layer of 1/4" drywall (or some other insulating layer) to the inside of the cabinet compartments, this would slow down the heat radiating from the unit to the cabinets. But make sure manufacturer required minimum clearances are maintained.
My hob installation instructions calls for an insulation layer above the oven (which is below the hob). It fails to specify what or how thick etc. I'll probably use a bit of dry wall plasterboard (pink stuff for around fires) and maybe a bit of silver heat proof tape.