There is condensation on the inside of the cooker door
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- WARNING – If you smell gas, immediately turn of the gas supply at the mains and open all windows and doors to ventilate the area. Do not operate any electrical appliances including lighting switches and wall sockets. Call your authorised gas engineer.
It is normal for steam and condensation to build up in the oven during and after cooking, especially food with a high water content (e.g., frozen chips or chicken).
To minimise steam and condensation being produced, avoid leaving food in the oven to cool down after being cooked.
Pre-heating the oven before placing the food into the oven can help reduce the amount of condensation being produced
The cooker has a temperature indicator light that goes out when the oven reaches the desired temperature. Once the light goes out, place the food inside the oven.