B U I LT - I N O V E N S
I NSTALLATION I NSTRUCTIONS
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notice WARNING and CAUTION symbols.
This blocked information is important for the
safe and efficient installation of Wolf equipment. There are two types of potential
hazards that may occur during installation.
signals a situation where minor injury or
product damage may occur if you do not
follow instructions.
states a hazard that may cause serious
injury or death if precautions are not
followed.
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W O L F B U I LT- I N OV E N S
I N S TA L L AT I O N R E Q U I R E M E N T S
S I T E P R E PA R AT I O N
IMPORTANT NOTE: This installation must
be completed by a qualified technician.
IMPORTANT NOTE: A minimum 24" (610) of
usable cabinet depth is required, or the back
panel of the cabinet may need to be removed
for proper installation. The electrical box must
be flush with the back panel of the cabinet.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Save these Installation
Instructions for the local inspector’s use.
Please read the entire Installation Instructions prior to installation.
Installer: please retain these instructions
for local inspector’s reference, then leave
them with the homeowner.
Homeowner: please read and keep these
instructions for future reference and be sure
to read the entire Use & Care Information
prior to use.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This appliance must be
installed in accordance with National Electrical
Codes, as well as all state, municipal and local
codes. The correct voltage, frequency and
amperage must be supplied to the appliance
from a dedicated, grounded circuit which is
protected by a properly sized circuit breaker or
time delay fuse. The proper voltage, frequency,
and amperage ratings are listed on the product
rating plate.
The installation opening must have a flat, level
base platform to support the oven. Single
ovens require a minimum base support of 250
lbs (113 kg) and the double oven requires a
minimum base support of 400 lbs (181 kg).
The Wolf built-in oven is installed by inserting
into cabinetry from the front. The ovens have a
face trim on all four sides and will overlap
stiles and rails. The trim overlaps 1/8" (3) on the
bottom, 3/16" (5) on the top and 3/4" (19) on
each side.
C O N TA C T
I N F O R M AT I O N
Wolf Customer
Service:
800-332-9513
Website:
wolfappliance.com
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wolf built-in ovens are
designed and agency approved for installation
with Wolf cooktops only. The nominal width of
the built-in oven should match the nominal
width of the cooktop. A built-in oven cannot be
installed below a Wolf rangetop.
Record the model and serial numbers before
installing the built-in oven. Both numbers are
listed on the rating plate, located on the right
side of the oven trim, directly above the door.
Open the oven door to view the rating plate.
Model Number
Serial Number
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W O L F B U I LT- I N OV E N S
30" (762) SINGLE OV E N
MODELS SO30F AND SO30U
I N S TA L L AT I O N O P T I O N S
IMPORTANT NOTE: A minimum 24" (610) of
usable cabinet depth is required, or the back
panel of the cabinet may need to be removed
for proper installation. The electrical box must
be flush with the back panel of the cabinet.
The Wolf 30" (762) single oven may be
installed below a Wolf 30" (762) electric or gas
cooktop. Unless you are using cabinets deeper
than 24" (610), it is recommended that the electrical supply be placed in the base cabinet to
the right of the oven within reach of the
conduit. The Wolf 30" (762) single oven may
also be installed below a Wolf 36" (914) electric
or gas cooktop.
For ease of installation, Wolf recommends
using 33" (838) wide cabinets with the 30"
single (762) oven. The cabinet base platform
must be able to support 250 lbs (113 kg).
Refer to the following illustrations for overall
dimensions, installation specifications and
electrical location for the 30" (762) single oven.
The 30" (762) single oven requires a separate,
grounded 4-wire 240/208 V AC, 60 Hz, 30 amp
service with its own circuit breaker. It is
provided with a 4' (1.2 m) flexible 4-wire
conduit, which can make a connection at an
electrical box. Refer to Electrical Requirements
on page 12. The oven is not supplied with an
electrical plug.
A Wolf 30" (762) single oven may be installed
next to another 30" (762) single oven. You
must allow for a 2 1/2" (64) space between the
oven rough openings. Also, a separate inner
wall is required for each oven between
openings.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Unless you are using
cabinets deeper than 24" (610), it is recommended that the electrical supply be placed in
an adjacent cabinet within reach of the
conduit. Choose the location shown in the
Installation Specifications illustration that best
suits your installation.
OVERALL DIMENSIONS – MODELS SO30F AND SO30U
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
TOP VIEW
11/4"
(32)
1 7/8"
(48)
POWER CORD
CHANNEL
27 1/2"
26 1/16"
24"
(699)
(662)
INSIDE
SIDE TRIM
(610)
1 7/8"
28 3/16"
(716)
(48)
29 7/8"
3"
(759)
(76)
24" (610)
BEHIND FRAME
OPEN OVEN DOOR
28"
(711)
4
20 3/4"
(527)
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I N S TA L L AT I O N S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
MODELS SO30F AND SO30U
Overall Width
29 7/8" (759)
Minimum Cabinet Width
30" (762)
Overall Height
27 1/2" (699)
Minimum Cabinet Depth
24" (610)
Overall Depth
24" (610)
Opening Width
28 1/2" (724)
20 3/4" (527)
Opening Height
27 3/16" (691)
Door Clearance
Recommended Cabinet Width
33" (838)
Minimum Base Support
250 lbs (113 kg)
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
30" min (762)
E
24" min (610)
OPENING DEPTH
27 3/16"
(691)
OPENING
HEIGHT
28 1/2" (724)
OPENING WIDTH
ELECTRICAL LOCATION
4"
WITHIN OPENING
(102)
APPLIES ONLY TO
CABINETS DEEPER
5" E
THAN 24" (610)
(127)
67" max
E
E
(1702)
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
30" min (762)
3 3/4" min (95)
27 3/16"
(691)
OPENING
HEIGHT
24" min (610)
OPENING DEPTH
36" (914)
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
5" E
ELECTRICAL
(127)
LOCATION WITHIN
4"
OPENING APPLIES
(102)
ONLY TO CABINETS
DEEPER THAN 24" (610)
E
28 1/2" (724)
OPENING WIDTH
4 3/4" min (121)
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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W O L F B U I LT- I N OV E N S
36" (914) SINGLE OV E N
MODEL SO36U
I N S TA L L AT I O N O P T I O N S
IMPORTANT NOTE: A minimum 24" (610) of
usable cabinet depth is required, or the back
panel of the cabinet may need to be removed
for proper installation. The electrical box must
be flush with the back panel of the cabinet.
The 36" (914) single oven may be installed
below a Wolf 36" (914) electric or gas cooktop.
Unless you are using cabinets deeper than
24" (610), it is recommended that the electrical
supply be placed in the base cabinet to the
right of the oven within reach of the conduit.
The 36" (914) single oven may also be installed
below a Wolf 30" (762) framed electric cooktop,
but not below a 30" (762) unframed electric
cooktop or 30" (762) gas cooktop.
For ease of installation, Wolf recommends
using 39" (991) wide cabinets with the 36"
single (914) oven. The cabinet base platform
must be able to support 250 lbs (113 kg).
Refer to the following illustrations for overall
dimensions, installation specifications and
electrical location for the 36" (914) single oven.
When a 36" (914) oven is installed below a
cooktop, it is recommended that the rough
opening for the oven be 7 3/4" (197) from the
floor to ease the use of the oven door.
The 36" (914) single oven requires a separate,
grounded 4-wire 240/208 V AC, 60 Hz, 30 amp
service with its own circuit breaker. It is
provided with a 3' (.9 m) flexible 4-wire
conduit, which can make a connection at an
electrical box. Refer to Electrical Requirements
on page 12. The oven is not supplied with an
electrical plug.
A 36" (914) single oven may be installed
directly above another 36" (914) oven. You
must allow enough space between oven rough
openings to accommodate a base platform for
the top oven. Each cabinet base platform must
be able to support 250 lbs (113 kg).
A Wolf 36" (914) single oven may be installed
next to another 36" (914) oven. You must allow
for a 2 1/2" (64) space between the oven rough
openings. Also, a separate inner wall is
required for each oven between openings.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Unless you are using
cabinets deeper than 24" (610), it is recommended that the electrical supply be placed in
an adjacent cabinet within reach of the
conduit. Choose the location shown in the
Installation Specifications illustration that best
suits your installation.
OVERALL DIMENSIONS – MODEL SO36U
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
TOP VIEW
11/4"
(32)
1 7/8"
(48)
POWER CORD
CHANNEL
24 3/8"
23" (584)
24"
(619)
INSIDE
SIDE TRIM
(610)
35 5/8"
3"
(905)
(76)
1 7/8"
34 1/8"
(48)
(867)
24" (610)
BEHIND FRAME
OPEN OVEN DOOR
33 11/16"
(870)
6
17 3/4"
(451)
I N S TA L L AT I O N I N S T R U C T I O N S
I N S TA L L AT I O N S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
MODEL SO36U
Overall Width
35 5/8" (905)
Minimum Cabinet Width
36" (914)
Overall Height
24 3/8" (619)
Minimum Cabinet Depth
24" (610)
Overall Depth
24" (610)
Opening Width
34 1/2" (876)
17 3/4" (451)
Opening Height
24 1/16" (611)
Door Clearance
Recommended Cabinet Width
39" (991)
Minimum Base Support
250 lbs (113 kg)
39" (991)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
36" min (914)
E
24" min (610)
24 1/16"
OPENING DEPTH
(611)
OPENING
HEIGHT
34 1/2" (876)
OPENING WIDTH
4"
ELECTRICAL LOCATION
(102)
WITHIN OPENING APPLIES
ONLY TO CABINETS
5" E
DEEPER THAN 24" (610)
(127)
67" max
E
E
(1702)
39" (991)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
36" min (914)
3 3/4" min (95)
24 1/16"
(611)
OPENING
HEIGHT
24" min (610)
OPENING DEPTH
36" (914)
STANDARD
FLOOR TO
COUNTER
HEIGHT
5" E
ELECTRICAL LOCATION
(127)
WITHIN OPENING APPLIES
4"
ONLY TO CABINETS
(102)
DEEPER THAN 24" (610)
E
34 1/2" (876)
OPENING WIDTH
7 3/4" (197) rec
4 3/4" (121) min
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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W O L F B U I LT- I N OV E N S
30" (762) DOUBLE OV E N
MODELS DO30F AND DO30U
IMPORTANT NOTE: A minimum 24" (610) of
usable cabinet depth is required, or the back
panel of the cabinet may need to be removed
for proper installation. The electrical box must
be flush with the back panel of the cabinet.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Unless you are using
cabinets deeper than 24" (610), it is recommended that the electrical supply be placed in
an adjacent cabinet within reach of the
conduit. Choose the location shown in the
Installation Specifications illustration that best
suits your installation.
For ease of installation, Wolf recommends
using 33" (838) wide cabinets with the 30"
double (762) oven. The cabinet base platform
must be able to support 400 lbs (181 kg).
Refer to the following illustrations for overall
dimensions, installation specifications and
electrical location for the 30" (762) double
oven.
The 30" (762) double oven requires a separate,
grounded 4-wire 240/208 V AC, 60 Hz, 50 amp
service with its own circuit breaker. It is
provided with a 5' (1.5 m) flexible 4-wire
conduit, which can make a connection at an
electrical box. Refer to Electrical Requirements
on page 12. The oven is not supplied with an
electrical plug.
OVERALL DIMENSIONS – MODELS DO30F AND DO30U
TOP VIEW
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
11/4"
(32)
1 7/8"
(48)
POWER CORD
CHANNEL
24"
(610)
1 7/8"
28 3/16"
(48)
(716)
50"
48 1/2"
(1270)
(1232)
INSIDE
SIDE TRIM
OPEN OVEN DOOR
28"
8
29 7/8"
3"
24" (610)
(759)
(76)
BEHIND FRAME
(711)
20 3/4"
(527)
I N S TA L L AT I O N I N S T R U C T I O N S
I N S TA L L AT I O N S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
MODELS DO30F AND DO30U
Overall Width
29 7/8" (759)
Minimum Cabinet Width
30" (762)
Overall Height
50" (1270)
Minimum Cabinet Depth
24" (610)
Overall Depth
24" (610)
Opening Width
28 1/2" (724)
20 3/4" (527)
Opening Height
49 5/8" (1260)
Door Clearance
Recommended Cabinet Width
33" (838)
Minimum Base Support
400 lbs (181 kg)
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
30" min (762)
E
24" min (610)
OPENING DEPTH
49 5/8"
28 1/2" (724)
OPENING WIDTH
(1260)
OPENING
HEIGHT
67" max
(1702)
ELECTRICAL LOCATION
4"
WITHIN OPENING
(102)
APPLIES ONLY TO
CABINETS DEEPER
5" E
THAN 24" (610)
(127)
E
E
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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I N S TA L L AT I O N S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
I N S TA L L A T I O N O P T I O N S
The Wolf 30" (762) single oven may be
installed in combination with a Wolf nonconvection or convection microwave oven with
30" (762) trim kit and a 30" (762) warming
drawer with stainless steel or integrated
drawer front. Refer to the illustration below,
and pages 4–5 for installation specifications for
the 30" (762) single oven.
The Wolf 36" (914) single oven may be
installed in combination with a Wolf convection microwave oven with 36" (914) trim kit
and a warming drawer with integrated drawer
front. Refer to the illustration on page 11, and
pages 6–7 for installation specifications for the
36" (914) single oven.
IMPORTANT NOTE: A minimum 26" (660)
deep cabinet is required for the warming
drawer with integrated drawer front.
Keep in mind that the width of the custom
panel for the warming drawer with integrated
drawer front will vary according to the specific
installation. The rough opening width will
remain 29 15/16" (760) whether installed in
combination with a 30" (762) or 36" (914)
single oven and microwave.
Refer to the installation instructions provided
with the microwave trim kit and warming
drawer front for detailed specifications. These
instructions can also be found on the Wolf
website, wolfappliance.com. Dimensions will
vary according to the specific installation.
I N S TA L L A T I O N S P E C I F I C A T I O N S – M O D E L S S O 3 0 F A N D S O 3 0 U
33" (838)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
30" min (762)
20 1/8"min
(511)
28" (711)
MICROWAVE
OPENING WIDTH
18 11/16"
(475)
4"
(102)
5"
(127)
E
11/4"
(32)
24" min
27 3/16"
(610)
(691)
28 1/2" (724)
30-INCH OVEN
OPENING WIDTH
2" (51) x 2" (51)
ANTI-TIP BLOCK
5"
9 1/4" (235)
(127)
2 3/8"
(60)
23 1/2" min
(597)
E
4"
(102)
28 1/2" (724)
WARMING DRAWER
OPENING WIDTH
NOTE: Refer to the built-in 30" (762) single oven specifications for electrical location.
NOTE: At installation, wood cleats must be added to the opening for the microwave trim.
Installation shown above is with convection microwave with 30" (762) trim and warming drawer with
stainless steel drawer front.
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I N S TA L L AT I O N I N S T R U C T I O N S
I N S TA L L I N G T H E O V E N
U N PA C K T H E O V E N
Cut the wire bands at the top and bottom of
the shipping carton. Remove the carton top
cover, front support and four corner posts.
Remove the carton sleeve by lifting the sleeve
up and over the appliance. Remove the plastic
bag.
With the oven still on the shipping base, carefully move it close to the installation opening.
Do not remove the shipping base until
the oven has been positioned next to the
installation opening.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Before moving the oven,
protect any finished flooring with appropriate
materials to avoid damage to the floor.
Once in position, remove the wood screws and
angle brackets connecting the oven to the
shipping base. Replace the screws that retain
the back panel to the oven.
Remove and discard all packing materials,
including cardboard and tape on the outside of
the oven and inside the oven cavity.
Remove all oven racks, oven rack guides and
the broiler pan from inside the oven cavity. For
the double oven, be sure to do this for both
the upper and lower ovens.
I N S TA L L A T I O N S P E C I F I C A T I O N S – M O D E L S O 3 6 U
Dimensions in
parentheses are
in millimeters
unless otherwise
specified.
39" (991)
RECOMMENDED CABINET WIDTH
36" min (914)
26" min (660)
CABINET DEPTH
20 1/8" min
18 11/16"
(511)
(475)
34" (864)
MICROWAVE
OPENING WIDTH
4"
(102)
5"
(127)
E
11/4"
(32)
24" min
(610)
34 1/2" (876 )
36-INCH OVEN
OPENING WIDTH
24 1/16"
(611)
2 3/8"
2" (51) x 2" (51)
(60)
ANTI-TIP BLOCK**
5"
25 1/2" min
10 3/8"*
(648)
(264)
4"
(127)
E
(102)
29 15/16"* (760)
WARMING DRAWER
OPENING WIDTH
_ 1/8" (3).
*Dimension may vary by +
**Refer to installation instructions provided with the integrated drawer front (WDFRONT/I) for accurate placement of the anti-tip block.
NOTE: Refer to the built-in 36" (914) single oven specifications for electrical location.
NOTE: The width of the custom panel for the warming drawer with integrated drawer front will vary according to the specific installation,
but the rough opening width will remain 29 15/16" (760).
NOTE: At installation, wood cleats must be added to the opening for the microwave trim.
Installation shown above is with convection microwave with 36" (914) trim and warming drawer with
integrated drawer front.
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W O L F B U I LT- I N OV E N S
ELECTRICAL R E Q U I R E M E N T S
Verify that power is disconnected from
electrical box before proceeding.
I M P O R TA N T
N OT E
You must follow
all National
Electrical Code
regulations. In
addition, be aware
of local codes and
ordinances when
installing your
service.
Maximum connected load: 5.1 kW
for 30" (762) and 36" (914) single ovens;
8.9 kW for the double oven.
Required power supply: 240V / 208V /
30A / 60Hz for 30" (762) and 36" (914) single
ovens; 240V / 208V / 50A / 60Hz for the double
oven.
Minimum supply wire size: L1, L2 and
ground – 10 AWG; neutral – 12 AWG
Total electric rating: 5.1 kW at 240 V,
3.8 kW at 208 V for 30" (762) and 36" (914)
single ovens with a minimum 30 amp
service; 8.9 kW at 240 V, 6.7 kW at 208 V for
the double oven with a minimum 50 amp
service.
Total amps: 21 amps for 30" (762) and 36"
(914) single ovens; 37 amps for the double
oven.
The built-in oven is provided with a conduit
consisting of two insulated hot lead conductors (copper), one insulated neutral conductor
(copper), and one uninsulated ground
conductor (copper).
For UL installations: attach the conductors
to the residence wiring in accordance with
National Electrical Codes and all state,
municipal and local codes.
For CSA installations: attach the conductors
to the fuse box provided. Then connect the
residence wiring to the fuse box in accordance
with all national, provincial and local codes.
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The complete appliance must be properly
grounded at all times when electrical
power is applied.
Grounding through the neutral conductor
is prohibited for new branch-circuit
installations (1996 NEC); mobile homes;
and recreational vehicles, or in an area
where local codes prohibit grounding
through the neutral conductor.
If aluminum house supply wiring is
utilized, splice the appliance copper wire
to the aluminum house wiring using
special connectors design and agency
certified for joining copper and
aluminum. Follow the connector manufacturer's recommended procedure
carefully. NOTE: Improper connection can
result in a fire hazard.
With the oven positioned directly in front of
the cabinet opening, feed the appliance cable
through the opening in the cabinet platform
(where applicable). Then, depending upon
local codes, utilize one of the following
techniques to connect the appliance to the
electrical power supply.
I N S TA L L AT I O N I N S T R U C T I O N S
I N S TA L L I N G T H E O V E N
FOUR-WIRE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
To connect to a four-wire electrical system,
follow these steps:
Separate the ground and white appliance
wires.
Connect the white appliance wire to the
neutral (white) supply wire in the electrical
box.
POSITION THE OVEN
The oven is very heavy—use caution
when lifting. It is recommended that two
people lift and position the oven into the
opening. Wear gloves to protect hands
from any sharp edges.
Connect the black appliance wire to the
black (L1) power supply wire in the electrical box.
Holding the oven by the upper edge and
bottom side of the oven chassis, carefully lift
the oven up to the cabinet opening.
Connect the red appliance wire to the red
(L2) power supply wire in the electrical box.
Resting the oven on the cabinet base platform,
slide the oven into the opening until it is
approximately 6" (152) from full insertion. If
applicable, ensure that the appliance cable
slides through the opening in the cabinet
platform as the oven is slid into place.
Connect the ground appliance wire to the
green/ground house grounding wire in the
electrical box.
THREE-WIRE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
To connect to a three-wire electrical system,
follow these steps: Connecting the ground
appliance wire to the neutral (white) supply
wire (where local codes permit).
Connect the ground and white appliance
wires to the neutral (white) supply wire in
the electrical box.
Connect the black appliance wire to the
black (L1) power supply wire in the
electrical box.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The appliance cable must
be placed in the recessed area located along
the right rear vertical edge of the oven. Make
sure that the cable is not trapped between the
oven and the inner cabinet wall.
Do not block the oven air exhaust located
at the bottom of the oven. Blocking the
exhaust may cause cabinet damage and
poor baking performance.
Connect the red appliance wire to the red
(L2) power supply wire in the electrical box.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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I N S TA L L I N G T H E O V E N
M O U N T OV E N TO C A B I N E T
Once the oven is fully inserted into the cabinet
opening, locate the mounting holes on the
oven side trim. There will be four for a single
oven and six for a double oven. Refer to the
illustration below. Use a 1/16" drill bit to drill
pilot holes into the cabinet. Use the provided
wood screws to secure the oven to the cabinet
through the oven mounting holes.
Failure to install the mounting screws
may cause the oven to move or tip
forward during use. This may result in
damage to the oven or personal injury.
V E R I F Y O V E N O P E R AT I O N
IMPORTANT NOTE: Prior to operating the
oven, be sure to read the entire Wolf Built-In
Ovens Use & Care Information included with
the oven for important safety, service and
warranty information.
3
Location of mounting screws
14
3
Unpack the box containing the oven components found in each oven cavity. Install the
oven rack guides onto the shoulder screws
located on the interior side walls of the oven.
Slide the oven racks onto the support racks
within the oven. There are three racks per
oven. Place the broiler pan and grid on a rack
within the oven, if desired.
Turn on the power supply to the oven. The
oven control panel should be closed (no visible
control pads). Rotate the control panel to the
open position (controls visible) by pressing the
button below the center of the panel.
Set the time of day by pressing the CLOCK
touch pad, input the desired time by using the
number pads, then touch ENTER.
Select any of the eight cooking modes on the
control panel. Verify that the oven is coming
up to temperature. For the double oven, be
sure to verify operation of both ovens.
IMPORTANT NOTE: A small amount of smoke
and odor may be noticed during the initial
break-in period. Refer to the Use & Care Information for additional information.
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TROUBLES H O OT I N G
I F Y O U N E E D S E RV I C E
IMPORTANT NOTE: If the built-in oven does
not operate properly, follow these troubleshooting steps:
If service is necessary, maintain the quality
built into your built-in oven by calling a
Wolf authorized service center.
Verify that power is being supplied to the
oven.
To obtain the name and number of a
Wolf authorized service center, check
the Locator section of our website,
wolfappliance.com or call Wolf Customer
Service at 800-332-9513.
Check the electrical connections to ensure
that the installation has been completed
correctly.
Follow troubleshooting procedures as
described in the Wolf Built-In Ovens
Use & Care Information.
If the oven still does not work, contact a
Wolf authorized service center. Do not
attempt to repair the oven yourself. Wolf
is not responsible for service required to
correct a faulty installation.
When calling for service, you will need the
built-in oven model and serial numbers.
Both numbers are listed on the rating plate,
located on the right side of the oven trim,
directly above the door. Open the oven
door to view the rating plate.
C O N TA C T
I N F O R M AT I O N
Wolf Customer
Service:
800-332-9513
Website:
wolfappliance.com
WIRING D I AG R A M
The wiring diagram covering the control circuit
is located on the top of the oven in a sealed
plastic bag.
The information and images are the copyright
property of Wolf Appliance Company, LLC, an
affiliate of Sub-Zero Freezer Company, Inc.
Neither this book nor any information or images
contained herein may be copied or used in whole
or in part without the express written permission
of Wolf Appliance Company, LLC, an affiliate of
Sub-Zero Freezer Company, Inc.
©Wolf Appliance Company, LLC all rights reserved.
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