Wolf ML-136758 Owner`s manual

OWNER'S MANUAL
INSTALLATION & OPERATION
WLGO SERIES
GAS
CONVECTION OVENS
MODELS
WLGO
ML-136758
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WOLF RANGE
DIVISION OF ITW FOOD EQUIPMENT GROUP, LLC
WWW.WOLFRANGE.COM
3600 NORTH POINT BLVD.
BALTIMORE, MD 21222
FORM 32708 (Aug. 2008)
IMPORTANT FOR YOUR SAFETY
THIS MANUAL HAS BEEN PREPARED FOR PERSONNEL QUALIFIED TO INSTALL GAS
EQUIPMENT, WHO SHOULD PERFORM THE INITIAL FIELD START-UP AND
ADJUSTMENTS OF THE EQUIPMENT COVERED BY THIS MANUAL.
POST IN A PROMINENT LOCATION THE INSTRUCTIONS TO BE FOLLOWED IN THE
EVENT THE SMELL OF GAS IS DETECTED. THIS INFORMATION CAN BE OBTAINED
FROM THE LOCAL GAS SUPPLIER.
IMPORTANT
IN THE EVENT A GAS ODOR IS DETECTED, SHUT DOWN
UNITS AT MAIN SHUTOFF VALVE AND CONTACT THE
LOCAL GAS COMPANY OR GAS SUPPLIER FOR
SERVICE.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER
FLAMMABLE VAPORS OR LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance can cause property
damage, injury or death. Read the installation, operating
and maintenance instructions thoroughly before
installing or servicing this equipment.
IN THE EVENT OF A POWER FAILURE, DO NOT ATTEMPT
TO OPERATE THIS DEVICE.
© WOLF RANGE, 2008
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Installation, Operation and Care of
WLGO SERIES
GAS CONVECTION OVENS
KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
GENERAL
Wolf Range Gas Convection Ovens are produced with quality workmanship and material. Proper
installation, usage and maintenance of your oven will result in many years of satisfactory performance.
It is suggested that you thoroughly read this entire manual and carefully follow all of the instructions
provided.
Models WLGO Series feature a solid state temperature control. One-hour dial timer and buzzer and
two-speed 1/2 HP (0.37 kw) blower motor are standard equipment. Porcelain interior is standard. The
burner input rating for each oven is 44,000 BTU/hr. Oven doors open independently (standard). All
ovens are furnished with 5 racks.
The standard 120 V, 60 Hz, 1 PH ovens include cord and plug. Optional electrical specifications require
hard wire connection.
Wolf Range offers a stacking kit for mounting one oven on top of another as an option. Other available
options include: additional oven racks and open stand with lower storage rack.
FEATURES AND OPTIONS
Model
Thermostat
Timer
Oven
Lights
Legs
Stand with
Storage Rack
Voltage
WLGO
Solid State
1 Hr.
Std.
Std.
253/4
(654 mm)
Opt.
120/60/1 Std.
INSTALLATION
Before installing, verify that the electrical service and type of gas supply (natural or L. P. gases) agree
with the specifications on the rating plate, located behind the top trim panel on the front of the oven. If
the supply and equipment requirements do not agree, do not proceed with the installation. Contact your
dealer or Wolf Range immediately.
UNPACKING
Immediately after unpacking, check for possible shipping damage. If the oven is found to be damaged,
save the packaging material and contact the carrier within 15 days of delivery.
Carefully unpack the oven and place in a work-accessible area near to its final installed position.
Do not use the doors or their handles to lift the oven.
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LOCATION
The equipment area must be kept free and clear of combustible substances.
When installed, minimum clearance from combustible construction must be 1 inch (25 mm) at the left
side, 4 inches (102 mm) at the right side and 6 inches (152 mm) at the rear. Minimum clearance from
noncombustible construction must be 0 inch (0 cm) at the left side, 4 inches (102 mm) at the right side
and 6 inches (152 mm) at the rear. The oven may be installed on combustible floors.
The installation location must allow adequate clearances for servicing and proper operation. There
must be 18 inches (457 mm) of clearance on the right side of the oven from any open flame.
The oven must be installed so that the flow of combustion and ventilation air will not be obstructed.
Adequate clearance for air openings into the combustion chamber must be provided. Make sure there
is an adequate supply of air in the room to allow for combustion of gas at the oven burners.
Do not permit fans to blow directly at the oven. Wherever possible, avoid open windows next to the oven.
Avoid wall-type fans which create air cross currents within the room.
INSTALLATION CODES AND STANDARDS
In the United States of America:
1. State and local codes.
2. National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI/Z223.1/NFPA #54 (latest edition). Copies may be obtained from The
American Gas Association, Inc., Accredited Standards Committee Z223 @ 400 N. Capital St. NW,
Washington, DC 20001 or the Secretary Standards Council, NFPA, 1 Batterymarch Park, Quincy,
MA 02169-7471.
NOTE: In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,
All gas appliances vented through a ventilation hood or exhaust system equipped with a damper or
with a power means of exhaust shall comply with 248 CMR.
3. Vapor Removal From Cooking Equipment, NFPA-96 (latest edition). Copies may be obtained from
The National Fire Protection Association, Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02169-7471.
4. National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA-70 (latest edition). Copies may be obtained from The
National Fire Protection Association, Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02169-7471.
In Canada:
1. Local codes.
2. CSA B149.1 Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code.
3. CSA C22.1 Canadian Electric Code (latest edition).
The above are available from the Canadian Standard Association, 5060 Spectrum Way, Suite 100,
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L4W 5N6.
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INSTALLING BASIC OVEN
The basic oven must be installed on legs or be mounted on a modular stand. Installations on concrete
bases or other supports restricting air circulation underneath the oven is not advisable and may void
the warranty.
Ovens Mounted on Casters
Ovens mounted on casters must use a flexible connector (not
supplied by Wolf) that complies with the Standard for Connectors
for Movable Gas Appliances, ANSI Z21.69 • CSA 6.16 and a quickdisconnect device that complies with the Standard for QuickDisconnect Devices for Use With Gas Fuel, ANSI-Z21.41 • CSA
6.9. In addition, adequate means must be provided to limit movement
of the appliance without depending on the connector and the quickdisconnect device or its associated piping to limit appliance
movement. Attach the restraining device at the rear of the oven as
shown in Fig. 1.
CONNECT
GAS LINE
STRAIN RELIEF
HERE
Remove two screws from the rear of the oven and install the tiedown strap shipped with the casters using these screws (Fig. 1).
Attach the gas line strain relief to the tie-down strap at the rear of
the oven (Fig. 1).
PL-53563
Fig. 1
If disconnection of the restraint is necessary, turn off the gas supply before disconnection. Reconnect
this restraint prior to turning the gas supply on and returning the oven to its installation position.
Separate instructions for installing casters to the oven are included with the casters.
Note: If the oven is installed on casters and is moved for any reason, it is recommended that the oven
be releveled front to back and side to side.
Assembling the Legs to the Oven
The legs must be installed on the bottom of the oven. Gently position the
oven on its side, taking care not to scratch or damage it.
BACK
Attach each of the four leg assemblies to the bottom of the oven with the
24 bolts and lockwashers (six per leg). Carefully raise the oven to its
normal position.
ASSEMBLING THE STAND TO THE OVEN
Attach each of the four leg assemblies to the bottom of the oven with the
24 bolts and lockwashers (six per leg). Carefully raise the oven to its
normal position. Attach the undershelf to the legs with eight bolts and
lockwashers (two per leg).
Install the rack guides into the undershelf at desired locations (for pan or
flat rack), then attach the rack supports to the top end of the rack guides.
Attach rack supports to the leg assembly by removing one middle bolt and
reattaching back through the end holes in the rack support (Fig. 2).
FRONT
RACK SUPPORT
RACK GUIDE
PL-56178
Fig. 2
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ASSEMBLING STACKED OVENS (OPTIONAL)
STACKING FLUE
Unpack the ovens and stack kit. Position the oven to be
used as the bottom oven on its back for access to the
oven bottom, taking care not to scratch or damage it. The
gas pipe protrudes beyond the back; provide for this
when the oven is tipped back by resting it on suitable
spacers (2 x 4's, etc.). Attach the four leg assemblies with
the 24 bolts and lockwashers (six per leg).
Place the lower oven (with legs) on the floor and remove
two 7/16 inch (11 mm) diameter knockouts on each side of
the top cover. Remove vent guard and discard it.
Move the oven with legs to the installed position and place
upper oven on top of lower oven using the locating studs.
Install the stacking flue (Fig. 3) with the four screws
provided.
Connect the piping between the top oven and bottom
oven. For all gas supply connections, pipe joint compound
must be resistant to the action of propane gases.
PL-53564
Fig. 3
LEVELING
Make sure that the oven racks are level in the final installed position. If the oven is installed on legs,
turn the adjustable feet in or out to level the oven front-to-back and side-to-side. If the oven is installed
on casters, loosen set screws and turn casters in or out to level the oven front-to-back and side-to-side.
Retighten set screws after leveling.
GAS CONNECTION
Gas supply connections and any pipe joint compound must be resistant to the action of propane gases.
Location of the gas inlet is at the rear of the oven. Codes require that a gas shutoff valve must be
installed in the gas line ahead of the oven.
Connect gas supply after leveling the oven. The gas supply line must be at least the equivalent of
3
/4 inch (19 mm) iron pipe. Make sure the pipes are clean and free of obstructions, dirt or pipe joint
compound.
The ovens are equipped with fixed burner orifices which coincide with installation elevation.
The oven is provided with a regulator integral to the gas solenoid valve and requires no external
regulator.
Natural gas pressure regulators are preset for 3.5 inches W.C. (Water Column) (0.9 kPa); propane gas
pressure regulators are preset for 10 inches W.C. (2.5 kPa).
Prior to lighting, check all joints in the gas supply for leaks. Use soap and
water solution. Do not use an open flame.
A. Check all joints prior to the gas valve (solenoid) before lighting unit.
B. Check all joints beyond gas valve (solenoid) after unit is lit.
After piping has been checked for leaks, all piping receiving gas should be fully purged to remove air.
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TESTING THE GAS SUPPLY SYSTEM
When gas supply pressure exceeds 1/2 psig (3.45 kPa), the oven and its individual shutoff valve must
be disconnected from the gas supply piping system.
When gas supply pressure is 1/2 psig (3.45 kPa) or less, the oven should be isolated from the gas supply
system by closing its individual manual shutoff valve.
BURNER AIR ADJUSTMENT
Although main burner air is adjusted before shipment, it should be checked at the time of installation.
Excessive air will cause flames to lift off a burner when cold or may cause flash-back during normal
cycling of oven, particularly when propane gas is used.
Insufficient air will cause flames to burn with a yellow tip and result in carbon accumulation in the flame
chamber and heat exchanger tubes.
Contact your local Wolf Range servicer if required.
VENT SYSTEM
DO NOT obstruct the flow of flue gases from the flue located on the rear of the oven. It is recommended
that the flue gases be ventilated to the outside of the building through a ventilation system installed by
qualified personnel.
Ovens may use an optional down draft diverter flue method. This optional down draft diverter must be
purchased from the oven manufacturer and vented to the outside; otherwise, the installation of any such
device will void all oven certifications and warranties. When the diverter is supplied, it may be
connected to a Type “B” vent.
NOTE: Check with state and local codes governing the installation area to insure that a down draft
diverter and Type "B" vent is acceptable before installing.
From the termination of the flue to the filters of the hood venting system, a minimum clearance of
18 inches (457 mm) should be maintained.
Information on the construction and installation of ventilating hoods may be obtained from Vapor
Removal from Cooking Equipment, NFPA Standard No. 96 (latest edition), available from the National
Fire Protection Association, Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02269.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Electrical and grounding connections must comply with the applicable
portions of the National Electrical Code and/or other local electrical codes.
Appliances equipped with a flexible electric supply cord are provided with
a three-prong grounding plug. It is imperative that this plug be connected into a properly
grounded three-prong receptacle. If the receptacle is not the proper grounding type,
contact an electrician. Do not remove the grounding prong from this plug.
WLGO series ovens with 120 V/60 Hz/1 PH electrical specification are equipped with a cord and plug
as standard equipment.
A wiring diagram is located on the inside of the control housing.
ELECTRICAL DATA
Model
V/Hz/PH
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
Maximum Protective Device
AMPS
WLGO
120/60/1
15
Compiled in accordance with the National Electrical Code, NFPA-70 (latest edition).
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OPERATION
The oven and its parts are hot. Use care when operating, cleaning or
servicing the oven.
WLGO SERIES CONTROLS
MASTER SWITCH
ON
OFF
OVEN COOL
ON
HEAT
IGNITION
THERMOSTAT
350
325
150
200
375
400
300
425
275
450
250
475
500
250
225
150 F
100 C
TEMPERATURE
TIMER
OFF
0
OFF
60
5
0
10
15
55
20
50
25
45
40
35
FAN SPEED
HI
30
LIGHTS
ON
LO
OFF
LO
PL-53558
Master Switch
ON — Turns oven control circuits on.
OFF — Turns oven control circuits off.
OVEN COOL — Allows the fan motor to run with the doors ajar to speed oven cooling.
On Light (Amber)
— Lit when Master Switch is ON.
Heat Light (White)
— Comes on and goes off when the burner cycles on and off.
Ignition Light (Red)
— Comes on if burner fails to ignite. When lighting the oven, the IGNITION
light flashes.
Thermostat
— Controls oven temperature during cooking operation.
Timer (1 Hr.)
— Sets the Bake time. Buzzer sounds continuously after timer counts down
to 0. Oven does not turn off. Turn Timer to OFF to stop buzzer. When oven
is not in use, keep Timer at OFF position.
Fan Speed Switch
— Allows you to select HI or LO fan speed.
Lights Switch
— Turns the lights in the oven ON or OFF.
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BEFORE FIRST USE
Before using the oven for the first time, it must be burned in to release any odors that might result from
heating the new surfaces in the oven.
1. Using a clean, damp cloth, wipe the inside of the oven including the racks. See LIGHTING THE
WLGO SERIES OVENS below to light the oven, then proceed to step 2.
2. Close the oven doors, push the Master Switch to ON, turn the Temperature to 300°F (149°C), and
allow the oven to cycle for 2 hours or until no odor is detected before pushing the Master Switch
to OFF.
LIGHTING THE WLGO SERIES OVENS
1. Turn the main gas supply ON.
2. Push Master Switch to ON.
3. If the oven fails to light, push the Master Switch to OFF, wait 5 minutes for retrial.
SHUT DOWN INSTRUCTIONS
1. Push Master Switch to OFF.
EXTENDED SHUTDOWN
Repeat Steps 1 through 3 of End of Day. Unplug oven and shut off manual gas valve.
USING THE WLGO SERIES OVENS
Preheating
1. Select the proper rack arrangement for the product to be cooked. Refer to RACK
ARRANGEMENTS section in this manual.
2. Make sure the doors are closed.
3. Push the Master Switch to ON. The amber ON light will come on, indicating that power to the oven
is on.
4. Set the two-speed Fan Speed switch to desired setting.
5. Set Temperature as desired. The HEAT light will come on and remain on until the oven reaches
set temperature (approximately 10 to 15 minutes for settings from 300°F (149°C) to 400°F
(204°C)). Refer to SUGGESTED COOKING GUIDELINES for temperatures and times for various
products.
6. Prepare product and place in suitable pans. When the white HEAT light goes off, the oven has
reached the desired preheat temperature.
Cooking
1. Open the doors and load the product into the oven. Place pans in the center of the racks. Close
the doors.
2. Set the Timer. After the preset time lapses, turn the Timer to OFF to stop the alarm.
3. When product is done, open the doors and carefully remove cooked product from the oven. Care
should be taken when wiping up spills, as oven is still hot.
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End
1.
2.
3.
4.
of Day
Turn Temperature to lowest setting.
Push the Master Switch to OVEN COOL. Leave door ajar while the fan is on to cool the oven.
When oven has cooled sufficiently, push the Master Switch to OFF.
Turn the gas valve OFF and clean oven.
CONSERVING ENERGY
• Turn off unused equipment.
• Adjust menu patterns and cooking/baking schedules for optimum equipment use.
• Reduce thermostat settings in slack periods since gas equipment heats up and recovers quickly.
• Preheat only to required cooking temperature for specific food — not higher.
• Do not open the oven door unless absolutely necessary.
• Keep area around the oven door clean and free of food particles.
• Any obstruction that prevents the door from closing completely will adversely affect oven
efficiency.
HIGH LIMIT SWITCH
All ovens are equipped with a high limit switch, which senses the temperature of the oven to prevent
overheating. The high limit switch operates independently and will automatically shut the oven down
should the primary control fail. If this situation occurs, DO NOT attempt to bypass the high limit. Shut
the oven down and contact your local Wolf Range authorized service agency.
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RACK ARRANGEMENTS
All models are supplied with five racks and have a maximum operating capacity of six racks per oven.
The 11-position rack supports provide for maximum flexibility and proper rack spacing.
The following arrangements are recommended. The
position numbers are in numerical sequence starting at the
bottom (Fig. 4).
#11
#10
#9
Arrangement #1 — Five racks in positions #2, #4, #6, #8
and #10 for cookies or reconstitution of frozen lunches at
maximum capacity. These are also the recommended
positions for general baking in sheet pans with products
not over 21/2 inches (64 mm) high.
#8
#7
#6
#5
#4
Arrangement #2 — Four racks in positions #1, #4, #7 and
#10 are for general baking in sheet pans, muffin pans, pie
or cake tins and pudding pans 31/2 inches (89 mm) high with
products not over 4 inches (102 mm) high. This arrangement
can also be used for casseroles or meat dishes in #200
series food service pans 12 x 20 x 21/2" (305 x 508 x
64 mm).
#3
#2
#1
PL-52806
RACK POSITION
Fig. 4
Arrangement #3 — Three racks in positions #1, #5 and #9 are for baking breads or cakes in loaf or tube
pans and high meringue pies. This arrangement can also be used for casseroles, meat dishes or
cooking in pans up to 51/2 inches (140 mm) deep with products up to 6 inches (152 mm) high.
Arrangement #4 — Two racks in positions #1 and #6 are for cooking turkeys and other roasts up to
7 inches (178 mm) high.
With the rack in position #1, there is limited space for a water pan (see cooking chart in this manual).
When mixed loads or partial loading is regular practice, some users have developed other rack
arrangements to suit their particular needs.
SPECIAL PROCEDURES FOR BAKING
Yeast Bread: Cooking starts immediately in the convection oven. Yeast breads do not usually rise as
much in a convection oven as in a conventional oven. Therefore it is usually necessary to allow fuller
proof, 21/2 to 3 times increase in volume, for best results.
Pies: When baking pies in your convection oven, three or four pies should be put on an 18 x 26" sheet
or bun pan. This procedure helps the bottom crust to bake, makes handling easier and reduces the
possibility of boilover spoiling the appearance of the pies on the lower racks.
PROPER UTENSILS
The use of proper utensils can enhance oven operation. Medium and lightweight pans allow the product
to warm faster. Roast meats in shallow pans deep enough to hold all juices yet allow free air circulation.
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RECOMMENDED TEMPERATURES AND TIMES FOR ROASTING
Meat roasting is most satisfactory at temperatures of 225 to 325°F (107 to 163°C) for beef, lamb, poultry
and ham; 325°F (163°C) for fresh pork as recommended by USDA and American Meat Institute.
A pan, approximately 12 x 20 x 1" (305 x 508 x 25 mm) full of water, may be placed in the oven bottom.
This water supplies humidity to reduce shrinkage. Water should be added if necessary during roasting.
Roasting pans should be no deeper than necessary to hold drippings (usually 2 to 21/2" (51 to 64 mm)).
Cooking time and shrinkage may vary with roasting temperature, cut, grade of meat and degree of
doneness. Smaller cuts will generally show greater time savings than larger cuts at a given
temperature.
ROASTING TEMPERATURE CHART
TEMP
PRODUCT
°F
(°C)
APPROXIMATE TIMES
Standing Rib Roast — Oven Ready
250
(121)
Rolled Rib Roasts — 20 to 22 lb (9.1 to 10 kg)
Veal Roast — 15 lb (6.8 kg)
275
300
(135)
(149)
3
4
4
3
Turkeys — 15 to 20 lb (6.8 to 9.1 kg)
Meat Loaf — 8 to 10 lb (3.6 to 4.5 kg)
300
350
(149)
(177)
3 Hrs.
45 to 60 Minutes
to 4 Hrs. — Rare
to 41/2 Hrs. — Med.
Hrs. — Med.
Hrs. — Med. Well
COOKING HINTS
Forced air convection cooking is faster than conventional oven cooking, and therefore overcooking is
more common. Do not cook products faster than is practical for the best results. Since forced air
convection supplies heat to the surface of the product, the thicker or more massive a product is for its
type, the longer it will take to absorb enough heat to cook.
SUGGESTED BAKING GUIDELINES
The oven will cook or bake full or partial loads at standard recipe temperatures. As with any oven, you
may wish to use a temperature of up to 25°F (-4°C) higher or lower than the recipe for the particular
product result that you prefer.
Since recipes and foods are subject to many variations and tastes, the guidelines regarding Times and
Temperatures in this manual are SUGGESTIONS ONLY. Experiment with your food products to
determine the cooking temperatures and times that give you the best results.
Once established, convection oven time and temperature settings should be noted on your recipe.
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RECOMMENDED TEMPERATURES, TIMES AND NUMBER OF RACKS FOR BAKING
PRODUCT
Cakes
Sheet Cakes
18 x 26 x 1" (457 x 660 x 25 mm) pan
Scaled 41/2 to 6 lb (2 to 2.7 kg)/pan
Scaled 6 to 71/2 lb (2.7 to 3.4 kg)/pan
Sheet Cakes
18 x 26 x 2" (457 x 660 x 51 mm) pan
Scaled 10 to 12 lb (4.5 to 5.4 kg)/pan
Or, two 12 x 18 x 2" (305 x 457 x 51 mm) pans
Scaled 5 to 6 lb (2.3 to 2.7 kg)/pan.
TEMPERATURE
°F
(°C)
TIME IN
MINUTES
NO. OF
RACKS
325-360
335-350
(163-182)
(168-177)
20 to 23
22 to 25
5
4
300-325
300-325
(149-163)
(149-163)
25 to 35
25 to 35
4
3
Angel or Sponge Cakes
Sheet Pans 18 x 26 x 1" (457 x 660 x 25 mm)
Scaled 5 to 6 lb (2.3 to 2.7 kg)/pan
Loaf or Tube Pans
300-325
315-340
(149-163)
(157-171)
15 to 20
20 to 30
4
3–4
Cupcakes
Frozen Fruit Pies
350-400
350-375
(177-204)
(177-191)
6 to 12
30 to 45
4
3–4
Pumpkin or Custard Pies
Cobblers
12 x 18 x 2" (305 x 457 x 51 mm) or
12 x 20 x 21/2" (305 x 508 x 64 mm)
Meringue Pies
Fruit Turnovers
18 x 26 x 1" (457 x 660 x 25 mm) pans
300-350
(149-177)
30 to 45
3–4
350-400
(177-204)
30 to 45
3–4
350-425
(177-218)
6 to 10
2–4
350-375
(177-191)
15 to 25
3–5
350-400
350-400
(177-204)
(177-204)
6 to 12
6 to 15
3–5
3–5
350
(177)
12 to 20
4–5
Rolls — 1 oz
11/2 to 21/2 oz
350-400
350-400
(177-204)
(177-204)
5 to 10
8 to 15
3–4
3–4
Loaf Bread — 1 lb (453.4 g)
325-375
(163-191)
20 to 40
3(30) Pans
2(20) Pans
Sweet Rolls & Danish Pastry
Biscuits — Rolled 1/2" (13 mm) Thick
Muffins
18 x 26 x 1" (457 x 660 x 25 mm) pan,
5 to 7 lb (2.3 to 3.2 kg)/pan
325-375
350-400
325-375
335-400
(163-191)
(177-204)
(163-191)
(168-204)
5 to 15
5 to 15
6 to 18
10 to 20
3–4
3–4
3–4
4
18 x 26 x 2" (457 x 660 x 51 mm) pan,
8 to 20 lb (3.6 to 9 kg)/pan
335-400
(168-204)
15 to 25
4
335-385
(168-196)
10 to 20
3–4
NOTE: Pies and cobblers; fruit, custard,
and pumpkin pies in pie pans should be
placed on 18 x 26 x 1" (457 x 660 x 25 mm)
pans for baking.
Cookies
Rolled or Pressed
Drop
Brownies
Yeast Breads NOTE: Yeast breads should
be fully proofed for best results.
Corn Muffins
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REHEATING PREPARED FOODS
PRODUCT
TEMPERATURE
°F
(°C)
TIME IN
MINUTES
NO. OF
RACKS
10 to 12
10 to 20
2–5
2–5
350-400 (177-204)
20 to 30
2–5
350-400 (177-204)
350-375 (177-191)
6 to 10
8 to 15
2–4
2–4
Frozen TV Dinners
Frozen Entrees
3
/4 to 1" (19 to 25 mm) Thick
Frozen Meals, 8 oz Foil Pkg.
Fish Sticks & Portions
Frozen Breaded, 1 oz
21/2 to 3 oz
Chicken Pieces
Broiled or Oven Fried
2 to 21/2 lb (0.9 to 1.1 kg)/bird
21/2 to 3 lb (1.1 to 1.4 kg)/bird
350-400(177-204)
300-350(149-177)
375-425 (191-218)
350-400 (177-204)
8 to 15
15 to 25
2–5
2–4
Lobsters — 1 to 11/2 lb (0.45 to 0.7 kg)
Lobster Tails — Frozen
1
/2 to 3/4 lb (0.2 to 0.3 kg)
Hamburger Patties
8 per lb, Med. to Well Done
400-450 (204-232)
8 to 14
2–4
350-400 (177-204)
10 to 15
2–4
400-450 (204-232)
5 to 6
2–6
400-450 (204-232)
375-450 (191-232)
7 to 10
8 to 12
2–6
2–6
325-375 (163-191)
325-375 (163-191)
15 to 25
20 to 35
2–4
350-400 (177-204)
5 to 6
6 per lb
4 per lb
CASSEROLES
Food Service Pans
2 to 3" (51 to 76 mm) deep
3 to 4" (76 to 102 mm) deep
Ramekins or Foil Pans
Up to 11/2" (38 mm) deep
Frozen
4–5
2–4
10 to 15
MISCELLANEOUS PRODUCTS
Baked Potatoes
120 count per 50 lb (22.7 kg)
100 count per 50 lb (22.7 kg)
80 count per 50 lb (22.7 kg)
400-450 (204-232)
400-450 (204-232)
400-425 (204-218)
20 to 25
25 to 40
30 to 45
2–5
2–5
2–5
Pizza — Frozen or With
Prebaked Crust
425-475 (218-246)
5 to 10
2–4
Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
400-425 (204-218)
8 to 10
2–4
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CLEANING
Disconnect the electrical power to the machine and follow lockout / tagout
procedures.
Allow the oven to cool before cleaning.
Heat Circulation Tube
The heat circulation tube, located in the back of the oven cavity, should never be blocked. The heat
circulation tube should be kept clean at all times for proper operation of the oven. Clean with standard
oven cleaner at least once a week. Be sure to thoroughly clean all cleansing solution off before using
the oven again. It is also recommended that the oven be run at 400°F (204°C) for 20 minutes before
using to burn off any cleaning solution that was not thoroughly rinsed from the heat circulation tube.
Daily
Exterior stainless steel front panels and aluminized sides and top oven panels should be cleaned with
a damp cloth. Stubborn soil may be removed with detergent. (DO NOT USE DAWN®.) Rinse thoroughly
and wipe dry with a soft, clean cloth.
Clean porcelain oven interior daily with soap or detergent and water. Rinse thoroughly and wipe dry with
a soft, clean cloth.
Nickel-plated racks and rack supports are dishwasher-safe and may be removed for cleaning.
For exterior front panel burned-on foods and grease which resist simple soap and water cleaning, an
abrasive cleanser (scouring powder) mixed into a paste may be used. Apply with stainless steel wool
or sponge, always rubbing with the grain. This treatment is equally effective for heat tint (slightly
darkened areas caused by oxidation). Again, remember to rub in the direction of the metal grain lines.
Rinse with clear water and dry with a soft cloth.
Do not use scouring powder on the aluminized sides and top.
Do not use scouring powder on the glass window; it will scratch and fog the glass.
After processing some foods at low temperatures, odors may linger in the oven. These odors may be
cleared by setting the temperature to 500°F (260°C) and allowing the oven to run unloaded for 30 to
45 minutes.
GUIDELINES FOR MAINTAINING STAINLESS STEEL SURFACES
There are three basic things that can break down the surface layer of stainless steel and allow
corrosion to develop: 1) Abrasion; 2) Deposits and water and 3) Chlorides.
Avoid abrasion from rubbing with steel pads, wire brushes or scrapers that can leave iron deposits on
stainless steel; instead, use plastic scouring pads or soft cloths. For stubborn stains, use products
such as Cameo, Talc or Zud First Impression. Always rub parallel to the polish lines or with the grain.
Hard water can leave deposits that promote rust on stainless steel. Treated water from softeners or
certain filters can eliminate these mineral deposits. Deposits from food must be properly removed by
cleaning. Use mild detergent and nonchloride cleaners. Rinse thoroughly. Wipe dry. If using chloride
-containing cleaners or sanitizers, rinse repeatedly to avoid stainless steel corrosion. Where
appropriate, apply a polish recommended for stainless steel for extra protection and lustre.
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MAINTENANCE
The oven and its parts are hot. Use care when operating, cleaning or
servicing the oven.
Disconnect the electrical power to the machine and follow lockout / tagout
procedures.
LUBRICATION
The fan motor comes with sealed bearings and requires no lubrication.
VENT
Periodically check the flue, when the oven is cool, to be sure it is free of obstructions.
REPLACING LAMPS
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Allow oven to cool.
Remove all racks by pulling forward, lifting up and out.
Unscrew glass dome from light body.
Replace the bulb.
Reassemble glass dome and racks.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Possible Cause
Suggested Corrective Action
Uneven browning
or overcooked
edges.
1. Oven is too hot.
1. Reduce temperature setting (refer to Cooking Guidelines).
2. Too many racks used.
2. Use fewer racks to allow better circulation.
1. Oven is not level.
1. Level oven racks - side to side and front to back. The rack
should be level side to side and level to 1/8" low at the front from
front to back.
2. Sheet pans are warped.
2. Keep pans used for baking batter separate from general
purpose pans. If any pan shows a tendency to warp, remove it
from the baking group.
Product pulling to
edge of pan or
spilling.
Excessive
shrinkage.
1. Failure to maintain water 1. Place pan of water in bottom of oven measuring 12 x 20 x 1"
(30.5 x 51 x 2.5 cm).
in oven.
2. Roasting temperature
too high.
Ignition light
remains lit for more
than 20 seconds
after 3 trials.
No gas supply.
2. Reduce temperature.
• Turn oven off for 5 minues before attempting to relight.
• Check gas supply valves to be sure they are open
SERVICE AND PARTS INFORMATION
To obtain service and parts information concerning this model, contact the Authorized Wolf Range
Service Agency in your area (refer to our website, www.wolfrange.com for a complete listing of
Authorized Service and Parts depots).
When calling for service, the following information must be available: model number, serial number,
manufacture date (MD) and voltage.
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FORM 32708 (Aug. 2008)
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