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Strong Odor When Using Cooking Product

Topics:

  • Strong odor present when oven or cooktop in use
  • Chemical or paint odor present when oven is on
  • Why does the room smell strangely when a cooking product is in use?

Answer:

Using an oven or cooktop in a room or area that has recently been painted or had wood staining done may cause a strong odor as the room heats up.

  • It may be necessary to run ventilation or open a window until the paint or stain has set and no longer smells.
  • See also, Gas Odor When Unit in Use.

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