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Wolf Range Nightmares


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Wolf Range Nightmares

martisnyder | Feb 16, 2011 08:28 AM

Has anyone else had the following problems with their Wolf 48 inch dual fuel range. I just had my range serviced again. The oven bangs loudly and repeatedly, which sets my three small dogs in to a barking frenzy every time it bangs making using the large oven miserable. The service people supposedly fixed this with a bracket, it still bangs just not as often. While servicing my range, the large oven door hinges were replaced, as they were defective. The griddle insulation was replaced, as before the liquids all drained to one corner and spilled over. Two of the bezzels were replace, one still sticks. I have repeatedly complained that the grill burns everything up. I was told by the repairman the grill is not designed to grill only sear, and that is why everything burns up when left on long enough to cook the food properly. The wolf representatives have told me you can grill on it. I just can not believe what a lemon of a range I got, so has anyone else had this much trouble. The repairman is coming again this week. Wolf keeps fixing this, which tells me I am not the only one with such a messed up excuse for an appliance.

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