Posted: 20/10/2015 at 07:31
Tell the cooker company they're talking out of their bottoms!!! Of course the smell will go! We had hundreds of dead mice trapped under the floorboards of the old farmhouse we lived in as children. They stunk for a while but soon dried out. When the house was eventually renovated there were lots of little dried-out corpses - not smelly at all.
Pretty obvious the cooker company think you're gullible enough to believe them and will then buy another cooker from them.
The best thing you can do is use your oven often and speed up the desiccation process, open some windows and use some air fresheners in the meantime.