hi. i'm in a rented apartment. the kitchen is set up so that the refrigerator is adjacent to the gas oven/stove. when using cooking and using the two gas burners nearest to the fridge, the side of the fridge becomes pretty hot. I'm curious to know if this might be somehow making the inside of the fridge warmer as well and therefor making it work harder to keep cool. If in fact this is the case, I'd like to get some tips on how I might be able to solve this (without rearranging the kitchen). Possibly there is some kind of material I can slide in between the fridge and the stove/oven which can contain the heat and not pass it on to the fridge. Looking forward to reading your advice. Thanks!