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THE WOLF
USE AND CARE guide
CLEANING, MAINTENANCE, AND MORE
THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING WOLF
The precision, craftsmanship, and durability of your new Wolf
products ensure many years of more delicious meals, and more
enjoyable experiences as you prepare them. We’ll do everything
we can to help you get the most from your new appliances.
Please take a little time to familiarize yourself with this guide to
using, cleaning, and maintaining your Wolf equipment. If at any
time you have questions please call our 24/7 customer support
line at 1-800-222-7820. And visit subzero-wolf.com for recipes
and helpful “how to” videos. We look forward to serving you for
many delicious years to come!
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informative and enjoyable way to master the details of your new
Wolf products (and to taste some of the delicious results Wolf
helps create). Contact your local showroom for a schedule.
CLEANING
GENERAL CLEANING TIPS & ADVICE
1
DO NOT place any parts of your Wolf appliance in the dishwasher for cleaning unless they are specifically identified as dishwasher safe.
2
Vacuuming a surface before cleaning may remove visible debris that may otherwise scratch the surface if wiped off with cloth.
3
Carefully read the labels of any new product you are trying, making sure to avoid abrasive cleaners.
4
When cleaning stainless steel, always wipe in the direction of the stainless steel grain or finish.
5
When trying new cleaners, always test on a part of the appliance that won’t be seen.
RECOMMENDED CLEANERS
D E G R E A S E R Formula 409 or Fantastick Orange.
M I L D A B R A S I V E C L E A N E R S Soft Scrub, Bon Ami, Bar Keepers Friend.
S P O N G E S A N D S T E E L W O O L Scotch-Brite (blue), fine-grade steel wool (000).
S T A I N L E S S S T E E L P O L I S H Signature Polish, white vinegar and water, Magic Stainless Steel Cleaner.
M I L D D E T E R G E N T S Ivory Cleaners, Joy Cleaners, Dawn Cleaners, Palmolive Cleaners.
Soap and water, degreaser.
•
Multi-purpose, no-scratch Scotch-Brite pad (blue, not the green).
•
For the oven floor, use a hard plastic scraper to remove stubborn baked-on food.
•
For the windows, use a degreaser and fine-grade (000) steel wool.
O V E N R A C K S , P R E S S E D S T E E L T O P S A N D P O R C E L A I N - C O AT E D G R AT E S
•
Soap and water, degreasers.
•
You may use mild abrasive cleaners such as Soft Scrub, Bon Ami, and Bar Keepers Friend.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
VENTILATION
•
MICROWAVE OVENS
WOLF OVEN INTERIORS
WARMING DRAWER
RECOMMENDED CLEANING METHODS
•
Apply a cooktop cleaning cream, such as Elco, with a damp cloth.
MODULES
ELECTRIC AND INDUCTION COOKTOPS
•
Soap and water, degreasers.
•
Stainless steel polish, such as Signature Polish.
•
White vinegar and water.
•
Do not use abrasive cleaners; they will permanently scratch stainless steel surfaces. Salt and some cooking liquids may pit
COOKTOPS
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L
•
Use a spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and greasy spatters. Spray the cleaner on a cloth and wipe the surface.
RANGES
and stain stainless steel surfaces. Remove these spills immediately.
Buff dry immediately to avoid streaking. For hard water stains, use white vinegar and water.
STEAM OVENS
Wipe with the grain direction of the finish. For best results, keep the cloth in continuous contact with the stainless steel.
OVENS
•
COOKING GUIDE
To bring out the natural luster, lightly wipe the surface with a water-dampened, microfiber cloth followed by a dry polish chamois.
COFFEE SYSTEM
For general cleaning use a soft, non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner, such as Signature Polish, and apply with a soft, lint-free cloth.
CLEANING
•
COOKING MODE GUIDE
ENTREES
FOOD
COOKING MODE
OVEN TEMP
RACK
COOKING TIME
CALZONE
Bake Stone
400˚F
1
9-10 min
QUICHE
Bake (convection not advised)
375˚F
4
40-50 min
SOUFFLE
Bake
375˚F
4
35-40 min
FROZEN
Bake Stone
400˚F
1
8-14 min
HOMEMADE
Bake Stone
450˚F
1
10-13 min
F I L L E T, 1 / 2 "
Broil
Med (2)
6
5-7 min
F I L L E T, 1 "
Conv Broil
Med (2)
6
12-17 min
RED SNAPPER
Broil
Med (2)
6
5-7 min
Broil
Med (2)
6
12-15 min
Broil
Med (2)
6
10-12 min
P O TAT O E S
Bake
400˚F
3
45-60 min
S W E E T P O TAT O E S
Bake
400˚F
3
40-50 min
WINTER SQUASH
Convection
350˚F
3
40-45 min
WINTER SQUASH
Bake
375˚F
3
50-55 min
BAKED ALASKA
Broil
Low (3)
4
5-7 min
FRENCH BREAD PIZZA
Broil
Med (2)
5
2-3 min
GARLIC BREAD, 1"
Broil or Convection Broil
Med (2)
5
3-31⁄2 min
T O A S T, 1 / 2 "
Broil
Med (2)
5
2 min
ENTREES
PIZZA
SEAFOOD
SALMON, 1/2"
SWORDFISH, 1
1/2
"
V E G E TA B L E S
OTHER
OUTDOOR GRILLS
INTERNAL TEMP
C H U C K R O A S T, 2 - 4 L B S
Convection Roast
325˚F
3
20-25 min/lb
Med 160˚F
G R O U N D , PAT T I E S
Broil
High (1)
6
10-12 min/lb
Med 150˚F
R I B R O A S T, 4 - 6 L B S
Convection Roast
325˚F
3
25-30 min/lb
Med 140˚F
S I R L O I N R U M P R O A S T, 4 - 6 L B S
Convection Roast
325˚F
3
30-35 min/lb
Med 140˚F
S I R L O I N T I P R O A S T, 3 - 5 L B S
Convection Roast
325˚F
3
30-35 min/lb
Med 140˚F
STEAKS, 1
Convection Roast
High (1)
5
20-25 min/lb
Med 140˚F
STEAKS, 1"
Broil
High (1)
5
12-15 min/lb
Med 140˚F
TENDERLOIN, 2-3 LBS
Convection Roast
325˚F
3
20-25 min/lb
Med 140˚F
CHICKEN, BONE-IN BREASTS
Convection Broil
Med (2)
5
20-25 min
Well 170˚F
CHICKEN, BONELESS BREASTS
Broil
Med (2)
6
10-15 min
Well 170˚F
CHICKEN, QUARTERS
Convection Broil
Med (2)
5
30-35 min
180˚F in thigh
CHICKEN, THIGHS
Convection Broil
Med (2)
5
20-25 min
Well 170˚F
CHICKEN, WHOLE
Convection Roast
325˚F
3
18-20 min
180˚F in thigh
T U R K E Y B R E A S T, W H O L E
Convection Roast
300˚F
2
12-15 min
170˚F in breast
T U R K E Y, P I E C E S
Convection Broil
Med (2)
4
40-45 min
180˚F in thigh
T U R K E Y, W H O L E
Convection Roast
325˚F
1
11-14 min
180˚F in thigh
CORNISH GAME HENS
Convection Roast
325˚F
3
28-33 min
180˚F in thigh
CORNISH GAME HENS
Roast
350˚F
3
28-33 min
180˚F in thigh
DUCK, 5-7 LBS
Convection Roast
325˚F
3
18-20 min
180˚F in thigh
GOOSE, 8-10 LBS
Convection Roast
325˚F
2
18-20 min
180˚F in thigh
CHOPS, 1"
Broil
Med (2)
6
10-15 min
Med 160˚F
LOIN, 3/4"
Convection Roast
325˚F
3
18-22 min/lb
Med 160˚F
STEAKS, 1"
Broil
Med (2)
5
20-30 min
Med 160˚F
HAM, 1/2"
Broil
High (1)
6
6-8 min
140˚F
HAM, 1"
Broil
High (1)
6
10-12 min
140˚F
CHOPS, 3/4"
Broil
High (1)
5
8-10 min
Med Rare 145˚F
LOIN, 3/4"
Broil
High (1)
5
11-12 min
Med 160˚F
LEG, 4-6 LBS
Convection Roast
325˚F
3
20-25 min/lb
Med Rare 145˚F
CROWN RACK
Convection Roast
325˚F
1
8-10 min
Med Rare 145˚F
V E A L R O A S T, 2 - 3 L B S
Convection Roast
300˚F
5
8-10 min
Med Rare 145˚F
M E AT L O A F
Convection Roast
325˚F
5
11-12 min
Med 160˚F
SAUSAGE
Broil
Med (2)
3
20-25 min/lb
Med Rare 145˚F
BEEF
1/2
"
P O U LT R Y
VENTILATION
COOKING TIME
MICROWAVE OVENS
RACK
WARMING DRAWER
OVEN TEMP
MODULES
COOKING MODE
COOKTOPS
FOOD
RANGES
M E AT S
STEAM OVENS
OVENS
LAMB
COFFEE SYSTEM
PORK
CLEANING
COOKING GUIDE
OTHER
OUTDOOR GRILLS
8-10 min
Convection
425˚F
2,5 or 2,4,6
8-10 min
Bake
350˚F
4
20-25 min
Convection
325˚F
2,5
20-25 min
Bake
350˚F
4
20-25 min
Convection
325˚F
2,5
15-20 min
YEAST BREAD
Convection
325˚F
4
25-30 min
YEAST LOAF
Bake Stone
400˚F
1
10-15 min
CORNBREAD
Convection
375˚F
4
20-25 min
Q U I C K B R E A D S ( S I N G L E O R M U LT I P L E )
Convection
325˚F
3 or 2,5
40-45 min
ANGEL FOOD
Bake
350˚F
2
37-45 min
BUNDT
Convection
325˚F
4
40-45 min
MIXES
Bake
350˚F
4
30-40 min
Convection
325˚F
2,5
25-30 min
Bake
350˚F
4
20-25 min
Convection
325˚F
2,5
18-23 min
Bake
400˚F
4
15-20 min
Convection
375˚F
4 or 2,5
10-15 min
Bake
350˚F
4
20-25 min
Convection
325˚F
2,5
15-20 min
Bake
350˚F
4
8-12 min
Convection
325˚F
2,5 or 2,4,6
8-12 min
Bake
375˚F
4
8-12 min
Convection
350˚F
2,5 or 2,4,6
8-9 min
FILLED
Convection Bake
375˚F
4
40-45 min
FROZEN
Convection Bake
375˚F
4
50-55 min
LEMON MERINGUE
Broil
Low (3)
4
21⁄2 min
PUMPKIN
Convection Bake
425˚F / 325˚F
4
15 min / 1 hr
PA S T R Y C R U S T
Convection Bake
425˚F
4
10-12 min
Bake
450˚F / 350˚F
4
15 min / 20 min
Convection
450˚F / 350˚F
2,5
15 min / 20 min
Bake
400˚F
4
10-12 min
Convection
375˚F
2,5 or 2,4,6
10-12 min
CREAM PUFFS
Convection
400˚F
4
30-35 min
C U S TA R D A N D P U D D I N G
Bake
350˚F
2,5 or 2,4,6
35-40 min
( M U LT I P L E T R AY S )
CINNAMON ROLLS
( M U LT I P L E R O L L S )
ROLLS
( M U LT I P L E R O L L S )
CAKES
( M U LT I P L E T R AY S )
CUPCAKES
( M U LT I P L E R O L L S )
MUFFINS
( S I N G L E O R M U LT I P L E T R AY S )
COOKIES
BROWNIES
( M U LT I P L E T R AY S )
SUGAR
( M U LT I P L E T R AY S )
C H O C O L AT E C H I P
( M U LT I P L E T R AY S )
PIES
VENTILATION
4
MICROWAVE OVENS
450˚F
BISCUITS
WARMING DRAWER
Bake
BREAD
MODULES
COOKING TIME
COOKTOPS
RACK
RANGES
OVEN TEMP
COFFEE SYSTEM
COOKING MODE
STEAM OVENS
FOOD
OVENS
BAKED GOODS
( M U LT I P L E T R AY S )
P U F F PA S T R Y
( S I N G L E O R M U LT I P L E T R AY S )
CLEANING
P O P O V E R S ( S I N G L E T R AY )
COOKING GUIDE
OTHER
OVENS
T O A C C E S S R E C I P E S A N D “ H O W T O ” V I D E O S , V I S I T U S AT S U B Z E R O - W O L F . C O M . F O R 2 4 / 7 C U S T O M E R C A R E , C A L L 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 2 2 - 7 8 2 0 .
M SERIES OVENS
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
To ensure that all residual oil from the manufacturing process has been removed, each oven must go through the following procedure.
•1
Clean oven thoroughly with hot water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry with a soft cloth.
•2
Turn on ventilation. Some smoke and odor is normal during the initial break-in period.
•3
Touch or turn knob to CONVECTION ROAST (ROAST for 27" lower oven) and set temperature to 550°F (290°C) for one hour.
•4
Touch OFF (turn knob for professional model) and allow oven to cool with the door closed.
USING YOUR OVEN
COOKING MODES
The oven has ten cooking modes—bake, roast, broil, convection roast, convection, Gourmet, proof, stone, dehydrate, and warm.
Stone and dehydrate require accessories. The 27" lower oven includes six cooking modes—bake, roast, broil, Gourmet, proof, and warm.
SETTINGS CONTROLS
•1
Touch QUICK START. The oven will default to BAKE mode. Touch or use slide bar to select desired cooking mode.
For professional model, turn selector knob to desired cooking mode.
•2
Touch START to select the default temperature. To change temperature, touch or use slide bar to select desired
temperature, then touch START. For professional model, turn selector knob to adjust temperature.
•3
Touch OFF to end mode. For professional model, turn selector knob to OFF.
COOKING MODE GUIDE
MODE
PRESET
RANGE
PROBE
BAKE
350˚F
200-550˚F
•
USES
Best for single-rack cooking, primarily baked foods.
Use for standard recipes.
ROAST
350˚F
200-550˚F
•
Best for roasting less tender cuts of meat, such as chuck
roasts and stew meat that should be covered.
BROIL
CONVECTION ROAST
High
550˚F
Med
450˚F
Low
350˚F
325˚F
200-550˚F
•
Best for broiling meats, fish and poultry pieces up to 1” thick.
Utilize two-piece broiler pan and always broil with oven door
closed.
•
Gently browns exterior and seals in juices. Perfect for
roasting tender cuts of beef, lamb, pork and poultry.
CONVECTION
325˚F
200-550˚F
•
Uniform air movement makes it possible to multi-level rack
cook with even browning.
GOURMET
—
—
•
Gourmet provides quick and convenient meal preparations
with recommendations for cooking mode and rack position.
Preset temperature and range are dependent on food and
desired doneness.
PROOF
85˚F
85-110˚F
•
Ideal for proofing, or rising bread dough.
STONE
450˚F
200-550˚F
•
Baking on a ceramic stone. Great for pizza and bread. Stone
accessory required.
D E H Y D R AT E
135˚F
110-170˚F
•
Dry a variety of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and meat strips.
Accessory racks required.
WARM
180˚F
140-200˚F
•
Designed to keep foods at serving temperature.
T E M P E R AT U R E P R O B E
The temperature probe measures the internal temperature of food while cooking.
It can be used with all cooking modes except broil, proof, and dehydrate. Setting controls:
•1
Preheat oven to desired temperature in desired mode (bake or stone mode for breads)
•2
Insert probe into the thickest part of food. When making bread, bake for
approximately 10 minutes before inserting probe.
•3
When preheat is complete, plug the probe into probe receptacle.
Refer to the illustration. Close oven door.
•4
Touch PROBE.
•5
Touch SET to select the default temperature.
To change temperature, use slide bar to select desired temperature, then touch SET.
•6
A chime sounds when the food’s internal temperature has reached probe set point.
Remove and reinsert probe to verify internal temperature, then select OK or OFF.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
Gourmet provides delicious, foolproof preparation of popular meals. It even indicates the ideal rack position for the food you are preparing.
C H O O S E F R O M S I X C AT E G O R I E S
4 | PIZZA
5 | VEGETABLES
6 | ONE-DISH MEALS
Each category can be refined to ensure the most effective cooking mode and rack position for your dish. Refer to the Gourmet guide below.
GOURMET MODE GUIDE
M E AT
FISH
Beef*
steak, tenderloin, roast, prime rib, meatloaf, slow roast
Poultry*
whole bird, fresh pieces, whole breast
Pork*
ribs, tenderloin, roast, steak, chop, whole ham
Lamb*
leg, roast, rib rack
MICROWAVE OVENS
3 | BAKED GOODS
WARMING DRAWER
2 | FISH
MODULES
1 | MEAT
VENTILATION
GOURMET MODE
Steak*
PIZZA
Cookies
Cake
sheet, fluted, angel, pound, cupcakes
Pie
single crust, double crust
Bread
quick bread, yeast loaf, yeast rolls, biscuits
Fresh
RANGES
BAKED GOODS
COOKTOPS
Fillet*
Calzone
V E G E TA B L E S
Roasted
COFFEE SYSTEM
Par-Baked
Baked Potato*
ONE DISH MEALS
Casserole*
STEAM OVENS
Sweet Potato*
Lasagna*
CLEANING
*Does not require preheat
COOKING GUIDE
OVENS
Quiche
U S I N G Y O U R O V E N ’ S S E L F - C L E A N F E AT U R E
During the cleaning cycle, the oven is heated to an extremely high temperature to burn off food residues.
Oven lights are disabled. Setting controls:
•1
Touch QUICK START, then select CLEAN.
(For professional model, turn selector knob to MORE, then select CLEAN on the control panel).
•2
Remove oven racks and rack guides, then touch OK.
•3
Touch START.
•4
Touch OFF to end mode. For professional model, turn selector knob to OFF. Oven door will lock and remain locked until
the clean cycle has ended and oven temperature has cooled below 550°F (290°C).
C A R E R E C O M M E N D AT I O N S
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L
Use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft, lint-free cloth. To bring out the natural luster, lightly wipe surface with a
water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois. Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
BLACK GLASS
Spray glass cleaner on a cloth to clean.
OVEN RACKS AND GUIDES
Remove and place on a flat surface near the sink. Clean with hot water and mild detergent or paste of baking soda and water.
Do not immerse in water. Towel dry.
C O N T R O L PA N E L
Use spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and food matter. Spray cleaner on a cloth before wiping panel.
•!
Do not spray cleaners directly on control panel.
OVEN INTERIOR
Before using the clean feature, use a razor blade to gently lift baked-on foods from the oven cavity and window. For stubborn stains,
spray with a mild abrasive cleaner or spray degreaser and scrub with a no-scratch Scotch-Brite™ pad (pink or blue). Wash the entire
oven cavity with soap and water to remove all cleaning chemicals before entering the clean cycle. If chemical residue is not cleaned
from the cavity, etching of the porcelain may occur. Once the clean cycle is complete, allow the oven to cool completely and wipe
out ash with a damp cloth.
B R O I L E R PA N
To clean the upper rack, use mild detergent and a scouring pad. Rinse and dry. To clean the bottom pan, discard grease and wash with hot
water and mild detergent. Rinse and dry. The upper rack is dishwasher safe; however, do not place the porcelain-coated pan in dishwasher.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
•2
Set the oven to CONVECTION ROAST (ROAST for lower oven) at 500°F for one hour. Allow the oven to cool with the door closed. This
process will burn off any residual oil and grease used during the manufacturing process. You may notice a small amount of smoke and
odor during the initial self-cleaning period; this is normal. The oven door can be opened after the oven has cooled significantly.
•3
Once the oven has cooled completely, wipe interior of oven with damp cloth and dry thoroughly.
USING YOUR OVEN
WOLF DUAL CONVECTION SYSTEM
Two fans and four heating elements, digitally controlled, provide more uniform heat and more versatility than other convection systems.
Ten cooking modes enable you to choose the one precisely suited to the dish you’re preparing.
MODE
CONVECTION
PRESET
325˚F
RANGE
170-550˚F
PROBE
•
USES
VENTILATION
Clean oven thoroughly with hot water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry with a soft cloth.
MICROWAVE OVENS
•1
WARMING DRAWER
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
MODULES
E SERIES AND L SERIES OVENS
Uniform air movement makes it possible to multi-level rack cook
375˚F
170-550˚F
•
Ideal for pie baking.
CONVECTION ROAST
325˚F
170-550˚F
•
Perfect for roasting tender cuts of beef, lamb, pork and poultry.
CONVECTION BROIL
1
550˚F
Shortens broiling times for thicker cuts of meat, fish and poultry.
2
450˚F
Utilize two-piece broiler pan and always broil with oven door closed.
3
350˚F
350˚F
170-550˚F
BAKE
•
RANGES
CONVECTION BAKE
COOKTOPS
with even browning.
Best for single-rack cooking, primarily baked foods. Use for standard
350˚F
170-550˚F
•
Best for roasting less tender cuts of meat, such as chuck roasts and
stew meat that should be covered.
BROIL
BAKE STONE
1
550˚F
Best for broiling meats, fish and poultry pieces up to 1” thick.
2
450˚F
Utilize two-piece broiler pan and always broil with oven door closed.
3
350˚F
400˚F
170-550˚F
•
Baking on a ceramic stone. Great for pizza and bread. Bake stone
STEAM OVENS
ROAST
COFFEE SYSTEM
recipes.
PROOF*
D E H Y D R AT I O N * *
85˚F
85-110˚F
135˚F
110-165˚F
•
Ideal for proofing, or rising bread dough.
OVENS
accessory required. Additional instructions included with accessory.
Dry a variety of fruits, vegetables, and meats. Accessory racks
accessory.
SELF-CLEAN
Oven heats to an extremely high temperature to allow food soil
to burn off.
COOKING GUIDE
and door stop required. Additional instructions included with
CLEANING
* On L series ovens, touch and hold BAKE for 3 seconds to put oven into proof mode.
** On L series ovens, touch and hold CONVECTION for 3 seconds to put the oven into dehydration mode
•2
When the oven signals that preheat is complete, place meat on rack and insert probe into the thickest part of the meat.
•3
Use dry pot holder to lift the probe sensor cover on the oven wall and slide probe connector into the receptacle
•4
With the door closed, touch PROBE then use number pad to program desired internal temperature.
•5
Touch ENTER; the probe will read LO until it registers over 100°F. Once above 100°F
the display will show the temperature as the food approaches doneness.
•6
The display will alternate between the probe temperature and the oven temperature.
•7
When the desired internal temperature is reached, three chimes will signal doneness.
•!
Probe and probe sensor cover become very hot. Handle with a dry potholder.
U S I N G T H E T E M P E R AT U R E P R O B E F O R B R E A D S
OUTDOOR GRILLS
VENTILATION
Preheat oven to desired temperature in desired mode.
MICROWAVE OVENS
•1
WARMING DRAWER
T E M P E R AT U R E P R O B E ( E S E R I E S )
inserting probe into thickest part of bread.
MODULES
Use the instructions listed above for meats but bake bread for 10 minutes without the probe before
C A R E R E C O M M E N D AT I O N S
Use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft lint-free cloth. To bring out the natural luster, lightly wipe surface with a
water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois. Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
COOKTOPS
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L
Use spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and food soil. Spray on a cloth before wiping panel.
BLACK GLASS
RANGES
C O N T R O L PA N E L
OVEN INTERIOR
Before using self-clean feature, use a razor blade to gently lift baked on foods from oven cavity and window. For stubborn stains, spray
with a mild abrasive cleaner or spray degreaser and scrub with a no-scratch Scotch-Brite™ pad. Wash entire oven cavity with soap and
COFFEE SYSTEM
Spray glass cleaner on a cloth to clean.
with a damp cloth.
OVEN RACK GUIDES
STEAM OVENS
water to remove all cleaning chemicals before entering self-clean mode. After the self-clean cycle, allow oven to cool and wipe out ash
Remove and place on a flat surface near the sink. Clean with hot water and mild detergent or paste of baking soda and water.
OVEN LIGHT COVER
OVENS
Do not immerse in water. Towel dry.
When the oven is cool, remove the oven racks and guides. Remove the light cover by gently prying the bottom edge with a flat
B R O I L E R PA N
To clean the upper rack, use mild detergent and a scouring pad. Rinse and dry. To clean the bottom pan, discard grease and wash
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screwdriver. Clean with a mild abrasive cleaner. The existing bulb can be replaced with a 20-watt halogen bulb.
CLEANING
with hot water and mild detergent. Rinse and dry.
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BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
•1
Use the test strip provided to determine water hardness. Adjust hardness within user settings if needed.
•2
Clean the interior cooking space and accessories with warm, soapy water and a soft cloth.
•3
Fill and install the water tank.
•4
Remove baking pans and heat the empty oven using auto steam bake mode for 30 minutes at 410°F.
USING YOUR CONVECTION STEAM OVEN
O P E N I N G T H E W AT E R TA N K
•1
Press the WATER button.
•!
Always use this button to open the water tank. Trying to access the water tank manually will damage the oven.
F I L L I N G T H E W AT E R TA N K
•1
Press WATER, remove and fill the tank with fresh, cold tap water. Never fill the tank with demineralized, filtered, or distilled water.
•2
Close the lid.
•3
Push the water tank into its compartment and make sure it is firmly seated. The water tank holds enough water for 1.5 hours of
continuous steam, typically enough for four or five cooking sessions. In the event the tank needs refilling in the middle of a cooking
session, add no more than two cups of water. This will prevent overflow when water is pumped back into the tank.
•4
Close the panel flap manually.
E M P T Y I N G T H E W AT E R TA N K
•1
When the oven is turned off and the temperature is below 175°F., residual water is pumped back into the water tank. Do not remove
the water tank until WATER IS BEING PUMPED OFF no longer appears in the display.
•2
If DO NOT REMOVE WATER TANK is displayed in the display, the residual water temperature is still more than 175°F.
•3
When the water has been pumped back you may remove, empty, and dry the water tank. The oven is off when the symbols are no
longer illuminated and the display is dark.
COOKING MODES
Press MODE multiple times until desired cooking mode is displayed, then press OK.
MODE
I N D I C AT O R
STEAM
RANGE
PROBE
85-210˚F
•
USES
Use Steam mode for foods you would have heated in a saucepan and for
all foods that would benefit from gentle handling such as fish and seafood,
vegetables and rice.
210-300˚F
R E H E AT
•
Reheat mode uses steam and hot air to rehydrate food gently. Use
to reheat any food you would have reheated in the oven, range, or
microwave.
210-445˚F
AUTO STEAM BAKE
•
By heating with steam first, then using convection heat to finish baking,
the oven gives baked goods a tender interior and an exterior with natural
shine,without the need for an egg wash. Use for breads, buns, cakes,
and pastries whether fresh, par-baked, or frozen. Do not preheat.
85-445˚F
CONVECTION
•
The convection fan distributes heat evenly for consistent results and
beautiful browning. Cooking temperatures may be 25° less, and times
may be 25 percent faster than traditional ovens, saving time and energy.
Use Convection mode for a variety of foods, including muffins, biscuits,
and roasts.
85-445˚F
CONVECTION HUMID
•
In Convection Humid mode, oven ventilation is sealed so the moisture
produced during cooking remains in the oven. Use for cakes, casseroles,
grain dishes, lasagna, and meats.
85-445˚F
CONVECTION STEAM
•
Steam transfers energy to food more efficiently than hot air alone, which
speeds up cooking time. Food retains its own moisture. Use Convection
Steam mode to cook foods that are tender inside and roasted or crisped
outside. Press MODE to activate or deactivate steam.
GOURMET
—
—
•
Use to prepare foods selected from the oven’s internal menu —fresh,
refrigerated, or frozen. Select the food and desired doneness; the sensor
adjusts time, temperature, and humidity so no cooking instructions are
required.
SLOW ROAST
85-300˚F
•
Use to keep meats tender, perfectly cooked, and rested at the time you
specify. Insert temperature probe into the meat, select a Slow Roast
setting and completion time, and come home to a perfectly cooked meal.
RECIPES
85-445˚F
•
Use to prepare entire meals from appetizers and entrees to desserts.
Select food, number of portions, and level of browning. The oven’s
sensor adjusts the rest. Recipes mode is ideal for quick meals or to
prepare a variety of foods for a party.
MY RECIPES
85-445˚F
•
Use My Recipes to store cooking instructions for up to 10 of your favorite
recipes, and replace or edit them at any time.
KEEP WARM
175˚F
•
Keep Warm uses a combination of convection and steam heat to keep
foods warm until it’s time to serve.
CLEANSE
85-445˚F
Cleanse uses steam to clean baby bottles and canning jars and is faster
and safer than conventional methods.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
CLEANING YOUR CONVECTION STEAM OVEN
After each cooking session, leave the oven door partially open until the interior has cooled down. When it has cooled, remove
condensate or spilled food using a soft cloth dampened with soapy water. Dry with a soft cloth.
Turn the oven off and wipe the interior with a cloth.
•
Blue tarnish spots and condensate residue can be easily removed with lemon juice and a damp cloth. Do not use a steam cleaner.
•
Do not spray the inside or the outside of the oven with water.
•
Over time the cooking space acquires a golden hue. This is a normal property of stainless steel and does not affect operation or the
quality of cooking or baking.
CLEANING THE EXTERIOR
•
To clean the door front, spray a glass cleaner on a cloth.
•
Use spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and foodsoil from the control panel. Spray cleaners on the cloth before wiping the panel.
•
For metallic surfaces, rub a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner with a soft cloth, following the direction of the grain.
MICROWAVE OVENS
For general cleaning, initiate the Steam mode at 175°F (80°C) for 30 minutes. This will loosen fat and cooking debris from the oven.
WARMING DRAWER
•
MODULES
•
VENTILATION
C L E A N I N G T H E C O O K I N G S PA C E
DESCALING
Depending on water conditions, the oven may need to be descaled every 6–18 months. When the oven needs to be descaled, BOILER
SCALED UP—PLEASE DESCALE will appear on the display.
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RUNNING THE DESCALE PROGRAM
For safety reasons, the descale program cannot be interrupted or stopped once it is started.
•1
With the oven off, press OK and turn the knob to Descale, then press OK. ADD 1 PT (0.5 L) DESCALER— AND PRESS OK appears
COFFEE SYSTEM
Only use Durgol® Swiss Steamer descaling solution and follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Durgol® can be ordered online
RANGES
DURGOL DESCALER
•2
Remove water tank and pour entire descaling solution contents into the tank, then reinstall water tank and press OK.
•3
After about 30 minutes, POUR AWAY DESCALER—ADD 2 PT (1 L) WATER appears on the display. Remove tank, turn on faucet,
then pour descaler down the drain.
•4
STEAM OVENS
on the display.
Fill the tank with warm tap water and reinstall. DESCALE APPLIANCE—1ST RINSING CYCLE appears on the display.
Depending on the level of soil in the rinse water, the oven will determine whether additional rinse cycles are necessary.
Follow instructions on the display.
Once the rinse cycles are complete, remove, empty, and dry the water tank; then wipe all stainless steel surfaces.
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CLEANING
•5
OVENS
After about 45 minutes, POUR AWAY WATER— DESCALING COMPLETED appears on the display.
COFFEE SYSTEM
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BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
1
Fill the water tank.
2
Slide unit forward and press the main power switch located behind the front (right) control panel.
3
To select desired language, scroll through languages until your desired language is displayed,
then press and hold
.
4
Press
. Hot water will be dispensed from the hot water spout.
5
The unit will turn off automatically after initial power up is complete.
WATER TANK
TO MAKE COFFEE
WHOLE BEANS
PRE-GROUND COFFEE
Do not use oily, caramelized, or flavored beans.
•1
Press
•2
Using the handle, slide unit forward and open the pre-
•1
Press
multiple times to select the desired taste. Choices
include extra-mild, mild, standard, strong or extra-strong.
•2
•3
Press
multiple times to select the desired volume.
•
Espresso (1 oz)
•
Short Coffee (3 oz)
•
Coffee (9 oz)
•
Long Coffee (12 oz)
Press
•3
Use the scoop provided to place one scoop of pre-ground
coffee into the funnel, then slide unit back into position.
•4
Press
multiple times to select the desired volume.
•5
to initiate the cycle or press
to double the
Press
cycle. Press
to initiate the
to initiate the
cycle and double the volume.
Adjust the height of the coffee spout as close to the cup as
possible.
Adjust the height of the coffee
spout as close to the cup as
For all beverages 12 oz (360 ml) or larger, FILL WATER AND
BEANS, EMPTY TRAY AND GROUNDS will appear on the display.
Once levels have been verified, press
ground coffee lid.
NOTE: Using more than one scoop will cause unit to clog.
volume and initiate the cycle.
•4
multiple times and select pre-ground.
to initiate the cycle.
possible.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
•1
Remove water spout, if needed.
•2
Adjust the froth regulator on the milk container to the desired amount.
•3
Fill with milk and insert the milk container.
•4
Place a cup under the coffee spout, then make sure the milk spout is positioned over the cup.
•5
Press
•6
Once the cycle is complete, place a cup under the milk spout, then press
VENTILATION
TO MAKE CAPPUCCINO
MICROWAVE OVENS
to initiate the cycle.
and hold CLEAN on the milk container until the bar is complete.
Remove milk container and place in refrigerator.
WARMING DRAWER
•7
•1
Remove water spout, if needed.
•2
Adjust the froth regulator on the milk container to the desired amount.
•3
Fill with milk and insert the milk container.
•4
Place a cup under the coffee spout, then make sure the milk spout is positioned over the cup.
•5
Press
•6
Once the cycle is complete, place a cup under the milk spout, then press and hold
, press
or
to scroll to desired beverage, then press
MODULES
T O M A K E L AT T E M A C C H I AT O , C A F F E L AT T E , F R O T H E D M I L K
to initiate the cycle.
CLEAN on the milk container until the bar is complete.
Remove milk container and place in refrigerator.
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C A R E R E C O M M E N D AT I O N S
•
EMPTY GROUNDS CONTAINER is displayed when the grounds container is full or if the grounds container has not been emptied for
approximately three days. To access the grounds container, open the service door. Slide the drip tray forward to remove. Refer to the
RANGES
CLEANING
•
The milk container lid can be disassembled for cleaning. Refer to the illustration below.
•
Clean the infuser at least once a month. Turn the unit off, then open the service door and remove the drip tray and grounds container.
Press the two red buttons inward and remove the infuser. Soak in water approximately five minutes, then rinse and towel dry. Do not
use detergent. Replace by sliding the infuser onto the internal support and bottom pin, then press PUSH until it clicks into place.
COFFEE SYSTEM
illustration below.
•!
STEAM OVENS
Verify the red buttons have snapped out.
Do not use detergent to clean the infuser. It will remove lubricant on interior parts.
DESCALE
Use only EcoDecalk descaling solution.
Remove the water tank and empty completely.
•2
Fill the tank half full with water then add entire descaler contents. Reinstall the water tank.
•3
Install the water spout, then place a large container, more than 50 oz (2 L), under the spout.
•4
When the appliance is on, press
•5
Press
•6
After 30 minutes, RINSING FILL TANK is displayed. Fill the water tank with water and empty the large container, then reinstall.
•7
Press
•8
Once the cycle is complete, RINSING COMPLETE will appear on the display, then fill container and press
until DESCALE is displayed, then press
. DESCALING UNDERWAY will appear on the display.
. RINSING PLEASE WAIT will appear on the display.
and then press
.
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to access options.
.
CLEANING
Press
or
OVENS
•1
RANGES
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DUAL FUEL RANGES AND RANGETOPS, GAS AND INDUCTION RANGES AND RANGETOPS
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
•
To ensure all residual oil from the manufacturing process has been removed, clean the range, including the oven,
thoroughly with hot water and a mild detergent prior to use. Rinse with a damp cloth and dry with a soft cloth.
•
Verify surface burner components are assembled correctly.
•
Optional griddle, charbroiler, and French top require special attention. Please see those sections of this guide.
•
For dual fuel ranges, rotate the oven’s selector bezel to Convection Roast and adjust the temperature to 550˚F for one hour.
Turn oven off and allow it to cool with the door closed.
•!
For before-use oven instructions, please refer to E and L series ovens section.
USING THE DUAL FUEL RANGE AND RANGETOP
Your range or rangetop is equipped with Wolf’s dual-stacked, sealed gas burners, a unique design whose two sets of flame ports,
an upper tier and a lower tier, furnish exceptionally precise temperature control, from high, searing heat to a low, delicate flame
for simmering and melting.
T E M P E R AT U R E G U I D E
SETTING
COMMON FOODS
LOW SIMMER
melting (holding chocolate), melting butter, heating (holding delicate sauces), warming foods
HIGH SIMMER
melting large quantities, simmering sauces, steaming rice
LOW TO MEDIUM
frying eggs, heating (milk, soups, cream sauces, gravies and puddings), pan-frying, simmering large quantities,
boiling vegetables in water
MEDIUM TO HIGH
sautéing, browning, braising, quick frying, fast boiling large quantities
HIGH
boiling water, heating broth soups and stocks, deep fat frying (to heat oil only)
COOKING MODE GUIDE
MODE
CONVECTION
BEZEL
CONV
PRESET
325°F
RANGE
170 – 550°F
PROBE
•
USES
Uniform air movement makes it possible to
multi-level rack cook with even browning.
CONVECTION BAKE
CONVECTION ROAST
BAKE
375°F
170 – 550°F
•
Ideal for pie baking.
ROAST
325°F
170 – 550°F
•
Perfect for roasting tender cuts of beef, lamb,
pork, and poultry.
CONVECTION BROIL
BAKE
BROIL
BAKE
Br1
550°F
Shortens broiling times for thicker cuts of meat,
Br2
450°F
fish, and poultry. Utilize two-piece broiler pan
Br3
350°F
and always broil with oven door closed.
350°F
170 – 550°F
•
Best for single-rack cooking, primarily baked
foods. Use for standard recipes.
ROAST
ROAST
350°F
170 – 550°F
•
Best for roasting less tender cuts of meat, such
as chuck roasts and stew meat that should be
covered.
BROIL
BAKE STONE
BROIL
STONE
Br1
550°F
Best for broiling meats, fish and poultry pieces
Br2
450°F
up to 1” thick. Utilize two-piece broiler pan and
Br3
350°F
always broil with oven door closed.
400°F
170 – 550°F
•
Baking on a ceramic stone. Great for pizza and
bread. Bake stone accessory required. 30” and
36” ovens only.
PROOF
PROOF
85°F
85 – 110°F
•
Ideal for proofing, or rising bread dough. 18”
oven only.
D E H Y D R AT I O N
CONV
135°F
110 – 160°F
Dry a variety of fruits, vegetables, and meats.
Accessory racks required.
SELF-CLEAN
CLEAN
Oven heats to an extremely high temperature to
allow food soil to burn off.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
CLEANING THE DUAL FUEL RANGE AND RANGETOP
For general cleaning, use a soft, non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner, like Signature Polish, and apply with a soft, lint-free cloth. To bring out
the natural luster, lightly wipe the surface with a water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois. Wipe along the grain
VENTILATION
RANGE
•
Use a cloth or sponge and wipe the surface with warm water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry immediately.
•
Do not use abrasive cleaners; they will permanently scratch porcelain enamel surfaces.
B U R N E R G R AT E S
Remove burner grates and clean with a non-abrasive cleaner, such as liquid detergent in hot water
or a paste of baking soda and water.
Spray degreasers and mild abrasive cleaners may be used.
CONTROL KNOBS
•
Wipe control knobs with a damp cloth, mild detergent, and water. Rinse and dry.
•
Do not soak the knobs, and do not use abrasive cleaners; they will scratch the finish and remove markings.
C O N T R O L PA N E L
MODULES
•
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•
WARMING DRAWER
B U R N E R D R I P PA N
MICROWAVE OVENS
direction of the finish. You will obtain better results by keeping the cloth in continuous contact with the stainless steel.
Use a spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and food spatters. Spray the degreaser on a cloth and wipe the panel.
•
Keep dry; never spray water or cleaner directly on the igniter.
•
Avoid contact with the igniter when cleaning surface burners.
BURNER CAPS
COFFEE SYSTEM
S PA R K I G N I T E R S
RANGES
Do not spray directly on the panel around valve stems.
CLEANING THE DUAL FUEL RANGE OVENS
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L
STEAM OVENS
Wash in warm water and detergent or mild abrasive cleaner. Rinse and dry.
Use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft lint-free cloth. To bring out the natural luster, lightly
C O N T R O L PA N E L
OVENS
wipe surface with a water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois. Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
Spray glass cleaner on a cloth to clean.
CLEANING
BLACK GLASS
COOKING GUIDE
Use spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and food soil. Spray on a cloth before wiping panel.
OVEN INTERIOR
Before using self-clean feature, use a razor blade to gently lift baked on foods from oven cavity and window. For stubborn stains, spray
with a mild abrasive cleaner or spray degreaser and scrub with a no-scratch Scotch-Brite™ pad. Wash entire oven cavity with soap and
water to remove all cleaning chemicals before entering self-clean mode. After the self-clean cycle, allow oven to cool and wipe out ash
with a damp cloth.
OVEN RACK GUIDES
Remove and place on a flat surface near the sink. Clean with hot water and mild detergent or paste of baking soda and water.
Do not immerse in water. Towel dry.
OVEN LIGHT COVER
When the oven is cool, remove the oven racks and guides. Remove the light cover by gently prying the bottom edge
with a flat screwdriver. Clean with a mild abrasive cleaner. The existing bulb can be replaced with a 20-watt halogen bulb.
B R O I L E R PA N
To clean the upper rack, use mild detergent and a scouring pad. Rinse and dry.
To clean the bottom pan, discard grease and wash with hot water and mild detergent. Rinse and dry.
GAS RANGES
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
•1
Clean oven thoroughly with hot water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry with a soft cloth.
•2
Set oven temperature to 250°F and allow oven to heat for 1 hour. Some smoke and odor is normal.
•3
Set oven temperature to 500°F and allow oven to heat for an additional hour.
1.
4
Turn oven off and allow it to cool with the door closed.
USING THE GAS RANGE
BAKE
•
To set oven temperature, press and turn the oven control knob counterclockwise to the desired temperature.
Once preheat is complete, the oven indicator light will turn off.
•
To use convection, press the convection fan button. Convection cooking is preferred for tender cuts of meat and poultry,
air-leavened baked foods, breads, cakes, and cookies. Cook foods uncovered in low-sided pans.
•
Standard cooking is best for less tender cuts of meat that should be covered, covered one-dish recipes, and pizzas.
BROIL
•
The convection oven has an infrared broiler that cooks food by searing the exterior and sealing in juices.
•
To broil, always use the two-piece broiler pan that came with your range.
Push and turn control knob counterclockwise to BROIL. Do not preheat.
CLEANING THE GAS RANGE
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L
Use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft lint-free cloth. To bring out the natural luster, lightly wipe surface
with a water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois. Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
B U R N E R G R AT E S A N D O V E N R A C K G U I D E S
Do not immerse in water. Towel dry.
VENTILATION
Remove and place on a flat surface near the sink. Clean with hot water and mild detergent or paste of baking soda and water.
during cleaning. Using mild abrasive cleaners or spray degreasers, clean and rinse the surface and dry immediately to avoid streaking.
To clean hard water stains, use white vinegar and water. Rinse and dry immediately.
S U R FA C E B U R N E R S
Allow to cool. Use mild detergent or spray degreaser to clean. Rinse with water and towel dry.
CONTROL KNOBS AND BEZELS
WARMING DRAWER
Remove surface debris before cleaning to help speed up the cleaning process and decrease the chance of scratching the surface
MICROWAVE OVENS
B U R N E R PA N
OVEN INTERIOR
MODULES
Using a damp cloth, wipe with mild detergent or spray degreaser; rinse and dry. Do not place in dishwasher.
Use mild abrasive cleaners, spray degreasers. Use a razor blade to gently lift baked on foods from oven cavity and window.
and water to remove all cleaning chemicals.
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For stubborn stains, spray with a mild abrasive cleaner or spray degreaser. Wash the entire oven cavity with soap
B R O I L E R PA N
COFFEE SYSTEM
STEAM OVENS
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any porcelain-coated rack or pan in dishwasher.
CLEANING
with hot water and mild detergent. Rinse and dry. The stainless steel upper rack is dishwasher safe; however, do not place
RANGES
To clean the upper rack, use mild detergent and a scouring pad. Rinse and dry. To clean the bottom pan, discard grease and wash
CHARBROILER
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
•
To assemble, position charbroiler frame on the range.
•
Position blank-off plate centered directly on ceramic tiles.
•
Install charbroiler grate.
USING YOUR CHARBROILER
•
Remove the stainless steel cover, then push and turn the control knob clockwise to HI
•
Igniter will begin to click until burner is lit.
•
Allow to preheat for 10 minutes.
CLEANING THE CHARBROILER
To keep the charbroiler looking its best, clean it after every use. Allow the charbroiler surface to cool before cleaning.
C H A R B R O I L E R G R AT E
•
After cooking is complete, allow charbroiler to remain on for 10 minutes – the heat will help burn off excess food particles.
•
When cool, remove grate and place in sink. Cover with wet dish towels and pour hot water over it to help loosen residue.
Clean with soap and a scouring pad. Rinse and dry.
CHARBROILER FRAME
•
Remove the frame and place in sink. Soak in hot water and mild detergent. Wash thoroughly and scrub with scouring pad.
•
To clean the blank-off plate, remove and use a soap-filled scouring pad to remove residue. Clean with hot water and mild detergent.
IGNITER
Avoid contact with the igniter; it is fragile and can chip or break.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
The griddle is thermostatically controlled to maintain a consistent temperature.
VENTILATION
GRIDDLE
Igniter will begin to click until burner is lit. Double griddle has separate controls for each side.
•
Indicator light above the knob illuminates until griddle reaches set temperature.
TO SEASON GRIDDLE
•1
Turn on ventilation.
•2
Griddle has a protective coating that must be removed before use. Use hot water and mild detergent to remove. Rinse and dry.
•3
Push and turn control knob counterclockwise to 350°F (175°C) and heat for 30 minutes.
After 30 minutes, turn to OFF and allow to cool.
•4
While surface is still slightly warm, pour a small amount of peanut oil or vegetable oil on a paper towel and spread evenly.
•5
Push and turn control knob to 350°F (175°C). Heat until griddle begins to smoke, then turn to OFF and allow to cool.
Once cool, wipe off any excess oil.
WARMING DRAWER
Remove the stainless steel cover, then push and turn control knob counterclockwise to desired temperature.
MODULES
•
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USING YOUR GRIDDLE
MICROWAVE OVENS
To prevent food from sticking, you must season the griddle prior to use.
GRIDDLE COOKING CHART
holds cooked food at serving temperature
225°F-250°F
eggs
300°F-350°F
bacon, pork chops, lamb, sandwiches, sausage, boneless chicken breasts
350°F-375°F
french toast, pancakes
400°F-425°F
vegetables (sliced or grated)
STEAM OVENS
100°F-200°F
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COMMON FOODS
COFFEE SYSTEM
T E M P E R AT U R E
•
When surface has cooled, wipe with a paper towel to remove excess grease or oil.
•
After each use, reapply a small amount of peanut or vegetable oil on a paper towel and spread evenly.
•
Every now and then, remove seasoning by pouring 1/2 cup (120 ml) warm water and 1 teaspoon (5 ml) griddle cleaner
onto griddle and scrape residue into grease collection tray, then empty. When dry, reapply a small amount of oil for seasoning.
COOKING GUIDE
Scrape grease into grease collection tray after every use.
CLEANING
•
OVENS
CLEANING THE GRIDDLE
I N D U C T I O N C O O K T O P S U R FA C E
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
•
The cooktop surface must be free of foreign substances, especially those that could
melt and permanently adhere to the glass-ceramic surface.
•
When the cooktop is powered up for the first time, it will default to lock mode.
To unlock the control panel, touch and hold the KEY symbol for five seconds.
•
Use hot water and a mild detergent to clean the cooktop surface thoroughly before operating for the first time.
•
You may notice a small amount of smoke and odor during the initial break-in period; this is normal
U S I N G T H E I N D U C T I O N C O O K T O P S U R FA C E
A cooking technology favored by many professional chefs, induction combines fine control, a wide range of power, instant response
to changes in temperature setting, and energy efficiency. Your Wolf induction cooktop is engineered and tested to help you create
delicious meals for decades to come.
T E M P E R AT U R E S E T T I N G G U I D E
SETTING
M E LT
USES
( 1 I N D I C AT O R )
melting, holding chocolate, butter
SIMMER
( 2 - 6 I N D I C AT O R S )
simmering sauces, steaming rice
MEDIUM
( 6 - 7 I N D I C AT O R S )
frying, simmering, boiling
MEDIUM HIGH
HIGH
( 7 - 8 I N D I C AT O R S )
( 8 - 1 0 I N D I C AT O R S )
HIGH POWER BOO ST
sauteing, browning, braising
boiling water, heating soups and stocks
rapid boiling, frying
C L E A N I N G T H E I N D U C T I O N C O O K T O P S U R FA C E :
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L
Use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft lint-free cloth. To bring out the natural luster, lightly wipe surface with a
water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois. Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
C O N T R O L PA N E L
Use spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and food soil. Spray on a cloth before wiping panel.
!
Do not spray cleaners directly on the control panel.
G L A S S - C E R A M I C S U R FA C E
Allow to cool. Use spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and a non-abrasive Ceran® cooktop cleaner for food soil.
Do not allow any item that could melt to come in contact with the glass-ceramic surface when hot. If this occurs,
use the razor blade scraper provided with the cooktop to remove.
French top has a protective coating that must be removed before use. Use hot water and mild detergent to remove. Rinse and dry.
•2
Push and turn control knob counterclockwise to HI and heat for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, turn to OFF and allow to cool.
•3
While surface is slightly warm, pour a small amount of peanut or vegetable oil on a paper towel and spread evenly.
USING THE FRENCH TOP
•
Remove the stainless steel cover, then push and turn control knob counterclockwise to HI. Igniter will begin to click until burner is lit.
•
Allow to preheat for 30 minutes.
•
Always cook in pans. Do not cook food directly on the surface.
•
Never remove the center plate while cooking.
•
To bring large amounts of water to a boil, it is quickest to use one of the surface burners.
CLEANING THE FRENCH TOP
•
Clean entire surface after each use while slightly warm. Wipe with mild detergent and water. Rinse and dry.
•
After each use, reapply a small amount of peanut or vegetable oil on a paper towel and spread evenly.
•
Occasionally, remove seasoning by applying a small amount of white vinegar and water to surface while slightly warm.
Scrub and repeat until excess oil has been removed. Reapply a small amount of oil for seasoning.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
VENTILATION
MICROWAVE OVENS
•1
WARMING DRAWER
To protect the surface from food splatters and moisture, you must season the French top prior to use.
MODULES
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
COOKTOPS
FRENCH TOP
•
Wait until surfaces are cool before cleaning.
•
For best results, wipe up spills and spatters either as they occur or immediately after the rangetop has cooled.
RANGES
CLEANING TIPS
If in doubt about using one of your cleaners, check the label. Test a small amount of the cleaner
on an inconspicuous area of your rangetop to make sure it is safe and does not damage the surface.
STEAM OVENS
•
OVENS
Buff dry immediately to avoid streaking. For hard water stains, use white vinegar and water.
COOKING GUIDE
Use a spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and greasy spatters. Spray onto a cloth and wipe the surface.
CLEANING
•
COFFEE SYSTEM
If splatters are left to sit, they may permanently damage or stain the finish.
COOKTOPS
T O A C C E S S R E C I P E S A N D “ H O W T O ” V I D E O S , V I S I T U S AT S U B Z E R O - W O L F . C O M . F O R 2 4 / 7 C U S T O M E R C A R E , C A L L 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 2 2 - 7 8 2 0 .
GAS COOKTOP
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
Clean your gas cooktop thoroughly with hot water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry with a soft cloth.
This removes any residual oil and grease left on the surface from the manufacturing process.
•!
Before using your gas cooktop, check that the surface burners are assembled correctly.
USING THE GAS COOKTOP
To light a burner, push and turn the corresponding control knob counterclockwise to HI.
The igniter will begin to click until burner is lit. Once lit, continue to turn knob counterclockwise to desired setting.
CLEANING THE GAS COOKTOP
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L
Use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft lint-free cloth. To bring out the natural luster, lightly wipe surface
with a water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois. Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
B U R N E R G R AT E S
Remove and place on a flat surface near the sink. Clean with hot water and mild detergent or paste of baking soda and water.
Do not immerse in water. Towel dry.
S U R FA C E B U R N E R S
Allow to cool. Use mild detergent or spray degreaser to clean. Rinse with water and towel dry.
CONTROL KNOBS
Using a damp cloth, wipe with mild detergent or spray degreaser; rinse and dry. Do not place in dishwasher.
INDUCTION COOKTOP
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
•
The cooktop surface must be free of foreign substances, especially those that could
melt and permanently adhere to the glass-ceramic surface.
•
When the cooktop is powered up for the first time, it will default to lock mode.
To unlock the control panel, touch and hold the KEY symbol for five seconds.
•
Use hot water and a mild detergent to clean the cooktop surface thoroughly before operating for the first time.
•
You may notice a small amount of smoke and odor during the initial break-in period; this is normal
USING THE INDUCTION COOKTOP
A cooking technology favored by many professional chefs, induction combines fine control, a wide range of power, instant response
to changes in temperature setting, and energy efficiency. Your Wolf induction cooktop is engineered and tested to help you create
delicious meals for decades to come.
T E M P E R AT U R E S E T T I N G G U I D E
SETTING
M E LT
USES
( 1 I N D I C AT O R )
melting, holding chocolate, butter
SIMMER
( 2 - 6 I N D I C AT O R S )
simmering sauces, steaming rice
MEDIUM
( 6 - 7 I N D I C AT O R S )
frying, simmering, boiling
MEDIUM HIGH
HIGH
( 7 - 8 I N D I C AT O R S )
( 8 - 1 0 I N D I C AT O R S )
HIGH POWER BOO ST
sauteing, browning, braising
boiling water, heating soups and stocks
rapid boiling, frying
CLEANING THE INDUCTION COOKTOP:
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L
Use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft lint-free cloth. To bring out the natural luster, lightly wipe surface with a
water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois. Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
C O N T R O L PA N E L
Use spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and food soil. Spray on a cloth before wiping panel.
!
Do not spray cleaners directly on the control panel.
G L A S S - C E R A M I C S U R FA C E
Allow to cool. Use spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and a non-abrasive Ceran® cooktop cleaner for food soil.
Do not allow any item that could melt to come in contact with the glass-ceramic surface when hot. If this occurs,
use the razor blade scraper provided with the cooktop to remove.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
•
Clean the cooktop surface thoroughly with a non-abrasive cleaner and lightly dampened cloth before operating
VENTILATION
ELECTRIC COOKTOP
When the cooktop is powered up for the first time it will default to lock mode. To unlock the control panel,
touch and hold the KEY symbol for five seconds.
You may notice a small amount of smoke and odor during the initial break-in period; this is normal.
USING THE ELECTRIC COOKTOP
Wolf brings fine control, an impressive range of power, and a sleek aesthetic to its easy-to-maintain electric cooktops.
T E M P E R AT U R E S E T T I N G G U I D E
M E LT
( 1 I N D I C AT O R )
SIMMER
( 2 - 1 0 I N D I C AT O R S )
BRIDGE ZONE
MEDIUM
( 8 I N D I C AT O R S )
( 1 0 - 1 2 I N D I C AT O R S )
MEDIUM HIGH
HIGH
USES
( 1 2 - 1 4 I N D I C AT O R S )
( A L L I N D I C AT O R S )
melting, holding chocolate, butter, delicate sauces, warming foods
simmering sauces, steaming rice
griddling French toast and pancakes
frying eggs, heating cream sauces and milk
sauteing, browning, braising, quick-frying
boiling water, heating broths and stocks
CLEANING THE ELECTRIC COOKTOP:
•
Wait until cooktop surface is cool. It will be safe to clean when the hot-surface indicator light is not illuminated.
•
Hold KEY button for three seconds to lock cooking surface.
•
Always use a non-abrasive cleaner and damp cloth to remove residue from the surface and wipe with a dry cloth.
For best results, wipe up spills and spatters either as they occur or as soon as surface has cooled.
•
COOKTOPS
SETTING
RANGES
•!
If left to cook on, high sugar content spills may permanently damage cooking surface. Use the razor blade scraper provided
COFFEE SYSTEM
•
WARMING DRAWER
adhere to the glass-ceramic surface.
MODULES
The cooktop surface must be free of any foreign substances, especially those that could melt and permanently
STEAM OVENS
•
MICROWAVE OVENS
for the first time and after each use.
•
Use a spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and greasy spatters.
•
To clean the stainless steel trim of framed models, use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft,
OVENS
with your cooktop to remove heavy or burned-on spills.
CLEANING
COOKING GUIDE
lint-free cloth. Remove any cleaning residue from the trim and wipe with a dry cloth.
I N T E G R AT E D M O D U L E S
T O A C C E S S R E C I P E S A N D “ H O W T O ” V I D E O S , V I S I T U S AT S U B Z E R O - W O L F . C O M . F O R 2 4 / 7 C U S T O M E R C A R E , C A L L 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 2 2 - 7 8 2 0 .
STEAMER
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
Clean steamer module thoroughly with hot water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry with a soft cloth.
This removes any residual oil and grease left on the surface from the manufacturing process.
•
When the steamer module is powered up for the first time, it will default to lock mode.
To unlock the control panel, touch and hold the KEY symbol for three seconds.
•!
You may notice a small amount of smoke and odor during the initial break-in period; this is normal.
USING THE STEAMER
Immensely versatile, your Wolf steamer module can not only cook nutritious and delicious vegetables, grains, and proteins,
but it can also quickly defrost frozen foods and can even help you prep desserts by melting chocolate with no risk of scorching.
WOLF STEAMING GUIDE
FOOD
TEMP
INSERT PAN
AMOUNT
TIME
AMOUNT
TIME
ASPARAGUS
HIGH
Perforated
1 lb
6-8 min
2 lbs
8-10 min
BROCC OLI, FLOWERE TTE S
HIGH
Perforated
1 lb
5-6 min
2 lbs
10-12 min
CA RROTS, 1/4”
HIGH
Perforated
1 lb
10-12 min
2 lbs
16-18 min
CAULIFLOWER, FLOWERE TTE S
HIGH
Perforated
1 lb
9-11 min
2 lbs
15-17 min
C ORN ON THE C OB, HUSK REMOVED
HIGH
Perforated
7-8 ears
15-18 min
EGGPLANT, 1/2”
HIGH
Perforated
2 lbs
2-4 min
GREEN BEANS, FRESH
HIGH
Perforated
1 lb
8-10 min
2 lbs
12-14 min
KO H L R A B I , 1 / 4 ”
HIGH
Perforated
1 lb
10-12 min
2 lbs
15-17 min
P O T AT O E S , B A B Y R E D
HIGH
Perforated
1 lb
15-17 min
2 lbs
20-22 min
RUTABAGA, 1/4”
HIGH
Perforated
1 lb
10-12 min
2 lbs
15-17 min
SUGAR SNAP PEAS
HIGH
Perforated
1 lb
8-10 min
SPINAC H
HIGH
Perforated
1 lb
2-4 min
TEMP
INSERT PAN
TIME
COMMENTS
HIGH
Solid
4-5 min
Use equal amounts of couscous and water.
FRESH VEGETABLES
FOOD
STEAMING
COUSCOUS
Break each egg into greased custard cup.
Place cups in insert pan after preheating water.
Cover and steam until egg white is firm.
EGGS
HIGH
Perforated
5-7 min
Use 25% less water than rice.
RIC E, LONG GRAIN OR BROWN
HIGH
Solid
20-30 min
PASTA
HIGH
Perforated
Follow package
FISH
HIGH
Perforated
10-12 min
BREAD
160˚F
Perforated
5-60 min
Serve bread immediately after steaming.
140˚F
Solid
6-15 min
Break into small pieces and stir until melted.
BEEF CHUCK ROAST, 3 LBS
170˚F
Perforated
90 min
CHICKEN BREASTS
170˚F
Perforated
20-25 min
FISH
170˚F
Perforated
20 min
M E LT I N G
C H O C O L AT E
DEFROSTING
•
Make sure the steamer module is off and all surfaces are cool before cleaning any part of the unit.
•
Do not use abrasive cleaners; they will permanently scratch stainless steel surfaces.
Salt and some cooking liquids may pit and stain the surface. Remove these spills immediately.
For general cleaning, use a soft, non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft, lint-free cloth. To bring out the natural luster,
lightly wipe the surface with a water-dampened, microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois. Wipe in the the grain direction
of the stainless steel finish. You will obtain best results by keeping the cloth in continuous contact with the stainless steel.
DRAIN STRAINER
•
A screen drain strainer is installed into the drain outlet to keep food particles from clogging the drain valve.
The strainer should remain in the drain outlet during normal use and cleaning.
•
OUTDOOR GRILLS
Lift the drain strainer out and rinse after each use to remove food particles.
C O N T R O L PA N E L
•
Use a spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and greasy spatters. Spray on a cloth and wipe the surface.
•
Do not spray directly on the control panel.
•
Use a clean cloth or sponge and wipe the control panel with warm water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry immediately.
MODULES
•
WARMING DRAWER
Buff dry immediately to avoid streaking. For hard water stains, use white vinegar and water.
MICROWAVE OVENS
Use a spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and greasy spatters. Spray on a cloth and wipe the surface.
COOKTOPS
•
VENTILATION
CLEANING THE STEAMER:
•
Empty water from the steamer basin.
•
Pour approximately 4 quarts of warm water with mild detergent into the empty basin. Scrub with a nylon brush.
Rinse well, drain, and dry thoroughly.
•
RANGES
STEAMER BASIN
For hard-water calcium deposits, use white vinegar and water or a cleaner designed to remove minerals.
•
For soft-water salt deposits, wipe out with a wet cloth. Rinse well.
GLASS LID
COFFEE SYSTEM
Let mixture stand in the steamer basin, then scrub with a nylon brush. Rinse well.
S T E A M E R I N S E R T PA N S
STEAM OVENS
The reversible domed glass lid is dishwasher-safe. It may also be washed by hand with warm water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry.
The solid and perforated insert pans are dishwasher-safe.
CLEANING
COOKING GUIDE
OVENS
They may also be washed by hand with warm water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry.
FRYER
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME:
Clean fryer module thoroughly with hot water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry with a soft cloth.
•
When the fryer module is powered up for the first time, it will default to lock mode.
To unlock the control panel, touch and hold the KEY symbol for three seconds.
•!
You may notice a small amount of smoke and odor during the initial break-in period; this is normal.
USING THE FRYER
•
Deep frying requires oils with a high smoke point; use only deep
FRYING OILS AND SMOKE POINTS
OIL TYPE
SMOKE POINT
CANOLA OIL, REFINED
400˚F
CORN OIL, REFINED
450˚F
LARD
360-400˚F
OLIVE OIL, PURE
280˚F
OLIVE OIL, EXTRA VIRGIN
405˚F
PEANUT OIL
450˚F
SAFFLOWER OIL
450˚F
SHORTENING
355-370˚F
VEGETABLE OIL
440-450˚F
frying oil or fat that is devoid of water and protein.
•
The best oils to use are those with a smoke point above 400°F.
•
After using your fryer, allow oil or fat to cool, then replace the
low-profile storage lid to prevent oil contamination.
•
Remove food particles after every use of the deep fryer.
•
Never fill the fryer above the high mark in the fryer basin.
•
If the oil is too hot, the outside of the food will burn before
the inside can cook.
•
Replace the oil in your fryer after three uses; oil’s smoke point
diminishes as the oil is reused.
•
Deep-fry in small batches. Frying too much food at once
can lower the oil temperature and result in greasy food.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
TEMP
DEEP-FRYING TIME
COMMENTS
350˚F
2-3 min
380˚F
12-14 min
Turn over halfway through deep-frying.
370˚F
15-17 min
Use large basket.
380˚F
12-14 min
Use large basket, turning over as needed.
380˚F
15-17 min
Use large basket, turning over as needed.
365˚F
1-2 min
Best coated with flour or cracked-wheat breading.
365˚F
3-4 min
Use large basket.
375˚F
2-3 min
Turn over as needed
380˚F
30-60 seconds
M E AT
CHICKEN NUGGETS
Use large basket, stirring frequently.
(1 LB, ABOUT 30 NUGGETS)
C H I C K E N P AT T I E S
( 1 L B , A B O U T 5 P AT T I E S )
CHICKEN LEGS
MICROWAVE OVENS
FOOD
VENTILATION
WOLF DEEP-FRYING GUIDE
CORNISH HENS
( W A S H E D A N D D R I E D T H O R O U G H LY )
CORNISH HENS, 2
WARMING DRAWER
(BREADED)
SEAFOOD
S H R I M P , C O AT E D
MODULES
( W A S H E D A N D D R I E D T H O R O U G H LY )
(16-20 LB)
S C A L L O P S , C O AT E D
COOKTOPS
(40-60 LB)
MUSHROOMS, BROCCOLI, ZUCCHINI
A ND CAULIFLOWER, BI TE-SI ZE, BREA DED
RANGES
VEGETABLES
SNAC KS
TORTILLA CHIPS, CORN TORTILLAS
Use large basket, stirring occasionally.
Cool down between deep-frying times.
350˚F
1-2 min
Turn halway through deep-frying time.
SWEETS
DOUGHNUTS
STEAM OVENS
Use large basket. Deep-fry in small batches.
OVENS
6-7 min first frying,
1-2 min second frying
COOKING GUIDE
350˚F
then 370˚F
CLEANING
FRENCH FRIES CUT 3/8”
COFFEE SYSTEM
(CUT INTO QUARTERS)
CLEANING THE FRYER
•
Make sure the fryer module is off and all surfaces are cool before cleaning any part of the unit.
•
Do not use abrasive cleaners; they will permanently scratch stainless steel surfaces. Salt and some cooking liquids may pit and stain
the surface. Remove these spills immediately.
•
Use a spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and greasy spatters. Spray on a cloth and wipe the surface. Buff dry immediately to avoid
streaking. For hard water stains, use white vinegar and water.
•
For general cleaning, use a soft, non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner, like Signature Polish, and apply with a soft lint-free cloth. To bring
out the natural luster, lightly wipe the surface with a water-dampened, microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois. Polish with
the grain direction of the finish. You will obtain best results by keeping the cloth in continuous contact with the stainless steel.
C O N T R O L PA N E L
•
Use a spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and greasy spatters. Spray on a cloth and wipe the surface. Do not spray directly on the
control panel.
•
Use a clean cloth or sponge and wipe the control panel with warm water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry immediately.
FRYER BASIN
Empty oil from the fryer basin. Pour approximately four quarts warm water with liquid detergent into the empty basin. Scrub with a nylon
brush. Rinse well, drain, and dry thoroughly. If the basin is not dried thoroughly, excess water may spatter hot oil and cause burns.
FRYER BASKET AND HANGERS
Fryer baskets and hangers are dishwasher-safe. They may also be washed by hand with warm water and liquid detergent.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
VENTILATION
GRILL
dry with a soft cloth.
USING THE GRILL
Ceramic briquettes provide even heating and a delicious smoky flavor. Searing is quicker and tastier too, with a nickel-plated collection pan
that reflects heat up to the cooking surface. And the pan is easy to clean.
WARMING DRAWER
A small amount of smoke and odor is normal. Clean the grill module thoroughly with hot water and a mild detergent prior to use. Rinse and
MICROWAVE OVENS
To ensure all residual oil from the manufacturing process has been removed, heat the grill module on HI for approximately 10 minutes.
CLEANING THE GRILL
Use a nonabrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft lint-free cloth.
•
To bring out the natural luster, lightly wipe surface with a water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois.
•
Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
C O N T R O L PA N E L
•
Use a spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and food soil.
•
Spray on a cloth before wiping panel.
•
Do not spray cleaners directly on the control panel.
COOKTOPS
•
MODULES
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L
•
Clean with a nonabrasive cleaner such as liquid detergent and hot water, or a paste of baking soda and water.
•
Do not immerse in water.
•
Spray degreasers and mild abrasive cleaners may be used.
H E AT I N G E L E M E N T
•
Do not immerse in water.
•
If food particles are burned-on, wipe clean by hand using a damp cloth.
CERAMIC BRIQUETTES
•
Place briquettes in dishwasher or wash using a mild detergent and soft cloth.
•
Allow to cool before placing them back on the rack.
COFFEE SYSTEM
After grilling, operate grill on HI for five minutes to burn off excess grease. Remove all burned-on food particles.
STEAM OVENS
•
RANGES
G R I L L I N G G R AT E
•
Grease collection pan Before cleaning, remove all excess grease and burned-on food particles.
•
Wash in hot water with mild detergent.
•
Rinse and dry.
COOKING GUIDE
Place rack in dishwasher or wash using a mild detergent and soft cloth.
CLEANING
•
OVENS
BRIQUETTE RACK
TEPPANYAKI
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
To ensure all residual oil from the manufacturing process has been removed, heat the grill module on HI for approximately 10 minutes.
A small amount of smoke and odor is normal. Clean the grill module thoroughly with hot water and a mild detergent prior to use. Rinse and
dry with a soft cloth.
USING THE TEPPANYAKI
Integrated design and slim 15” width lets you use it à la carte with other modules for a custom cooking array. Wolf modules have a
streamlined control layout and frame – to seamlessly pair with one another.
CLEANING THE TEPPANYAKI
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L T R I M
•
Use a nonabrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft lint-free cloth.
•
To bring out the natural luster, lightly wipe surface with a water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois.
•
Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
C O N T R O L PA N E L
•
Use a spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and food soil. Spray on a cloth before wiping panel.
•
Do not spray cleaners directly on the control panel.
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L C O O K I N G S U R FA C E
•
Clean after each use. Since food comes in direct contact with the surface, only food-safe cleaners should be used. Consult the label
prior to use. Commercial stainless steel cleaners should never be used. If the surface has been seasoned, care should be taken to
avoid removing the seasoning. After cleaning, dry the surface using a soft cloth to prevent water or lime scale staining.
•
To clean while warm: Caution should be used to prevent burns. Pour approximately 1/4 cup (60 ml) water onto the surface. Use a
light abrasive scrub pad with handle to gently remove food build up from the surface. Use a clean towel under a handled utensil to
remove dissolved food debris and liquid from the surface. Repeat as necessary to clean the surface completely. Wipe with a clean
soft towel to dry.
•
To clean once cooled: Remove large debris using a stiff plastic spatula. To avoid scratching the surface, do not use a metal utensil.
Apply a small amount of water or food-safe cleaner to the surface. Use a light abrasive scrub pad to clean the surface. Use a clean
towel to remove dissolved food debris and liquid from the surface. Repeat as necessary to clean the surface completely. Wipe with a
clean soft towel to dry.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
VENTILATION
M U LT I F U N C T I O N
dry with a soft cloth.
U S I N G T H E M U LT I F U N C T I O N
Integrated design and slim 15” width lets you use it à la carte with other modules for a custom cooking array. Wolf modules have a
streamlined control layout and frame – to seamlessly pair with one another.
WARMING DRAWER
A small amount of smoke and odor is normal. Clean the grill module thoroughly with hot water and a mild detergent prior to use. Rinse and
MICROWAVE OVENS
To ensure all residual oil from the manufacturing process has been removed, heat the grill module on HI for approximately 10 minutes.
C L E A N I N G T H E M U LT I F U N C T I O N
Use a nonabrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft lint-free cloth.
•
To bring out the natural luster, lightly wipe surface with a water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois.
•
Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
C O N T R O L PA N E L
•
Use a spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and food soil. Spray on a cloth before wiping panel.
•
Do not spray cleaners directly on the control panel.
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•
MODULES
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L
CONTROL KNOB
Using a damp cloth, wipe with mild detergent or spray degreaser; rinse and dry. Do not spray cleaners directly on control knob. Do not
place in dishwasher.
RANGES
•
B U R N E R G R AT E
Remove and place on a flat surface near the sink. Clean with hot water and mild detergent or paste of baking soda and water. Do not
immerse in water. Towel dry.
BURNER
•
Allow to cool. Use mild detergent or spray degreaser to clean. Rinse with water and towel dry.
COFFEE SYSTEM
•
•
Use a spray degreaser to remove greasy spatters.
•
Spray on a cloth and wipe the surface.
•
Clean with warm water and mild detergent.
•
Rinse and dry.
•
For hard water stains, use white vinegar and water.
OVENS
B U R N E R PA N
COOKING GUIDE
Keep dry. Never spray water or cleaner directly on the igniter. Avoid contact with igniter.
CLEANING
•
STEAM OVENS
IGNITER
W A R M I N G D R AW E R
T O A C C E S S R E C I P E S A N D “ H O W T O ” V I D E O S , V I S I T U S AT S U B Z E R O - W O L F . C O M . F O R 2 4 / 7 C U S T O M E R C A R E , C A L L 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 2 2 - 7 8 2 0 .
U S I N G T H E W A R M I N G D R AW E R
•
Always preheat the warming drawer. Preheat three minutes for PROOF, four minutes for LOW, seven minutes for MEDIUM
and 13 minutes for HIGH.
•
Always start with hot food. The warming drawer will keep hot food at serving temperature. Do not use the warming drawer
to heat cold food. Proofing yeast dough and crisping crackers, chips, or dry cereal are the exceptions.
•
With large loads, it may be necessary to use a higher temperature setting and to cover some of the cooked food items.
•
Food should be kept in the cooking container or transferred to a heat-safe serving dish prior to being placed into the warming drawer.
•
Food in heat-safe glass or glass ceramic containers may need higher temperature settings compared to food in metal containers.
•
Remove serving utensils before placing food containers in warming drawer.
•
Aluminum foil may be used to cover food to increase moisture content.
•
Repeated opening of the warming drawer will allow hot air to escape and the food to cool.
•
Do not place plastic containers or plastic wrap in the warming drawer.
C L E A N I N G T H E W A R M I N G D R AW E R
•
Use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and a soft lint-free cloth.
•
To clean the control panel, use a spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and greasy spatters. Spray on a cloth and wipe the surface.
Be careful not to soak the control panel. Although the panel is sealed, excessive moisture may damage the controls.
•
To clean the interior, use a clean cloth or sponge and wipe the surface with warm water and a mild detergent.
Rinse and dry immediately.
M I C R O W AV E O V E N S
T O A C C E S S R E C I P E S A N D “ H O W T O ” V I D E O S , V I S I T U S AT S U B Z E R O - W O L F . C O M . F O R 2 4 / 7 C U S T O M E R C A R E , C A L L 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 2 2 - 7 8 2 0 .
S T A N D A R D M I C R O W AV E O V E N S
U S I N G T H E M I C R O W AV E :
•
Arrange food carefully. Place thickest foods toward outside of dish or plate.
•
Watch cooking time. Cook for the shortest amount of time indicated and add more time as needed.
Severely overcooked food can smoke or ignite.
•
Cover foods while cooking. Covers prevent spattering and help foods cook evenly.
Check recipe or cookbook for suggestions of the cover to use: paper towels, wax paper, microwave plastic wrap, lid, etc.
•
Shield any thin areas of meat or poultry with small flat pieces of aluminum foil to prevent overcooking before dense,
thicker areas are cooked thoroughly.
•
If possible, stir foods from outside to center once or twice during cooking.
•
Turn foods over once during microwave cooking to speed cooking of foods such as chicken and hamburgers.
Large items such as roasts must be turned over at least once.
•
When cooking a platter or dish foods, such as meatballs, that are divided into small portions,
rearrange the foods halfway through cooking, both from top to bottom and from right to left.
•
Check for doneness. Look for signs indicating that the desired temperatures have been reached.
C L E A N I N G T H E M I C R O W AV E :
INTERIOR:
•
Cleaning is easy because little heat is transferred to the interior surfaces. Spill and spatters will not bake on.
•
To clean the interior surfaces, including drawer sealing surfaces, wipe with a soft, damp cloth.
•
For heavier spatters, use baking soda or a mild soap. Rinse thoroughly with hot water.
•
Do not use abrasive or harsh cleaners or scouring pads.
•
Do not use chemical oven cleaners.
•
The waveguide cover, located on the inside top of the microwave interior, is made from mica and requires special care.
Keep the waveguide cover clean to ensure good microwave performance.
•
Use a soft, damp cloth to carefully wipe any food spatters from the surface of the cover immediately after they occur.
•
Built-up spatters may overheat and cause smoke and may even catch fire. Do not remove the waveguide cover.
C O N V E C T I O N M I C R O W AV E O V E N S
U S I N G T H E C O N V E C T I O N M I C R O W AV E O V E N :
MICRO BAKE / MICRO ROAST
The convection microwave oven has two preset settings that make it easy to cook automatically with both convection heat and microwave.
Microwave-safe or oven-safe bakeware may be used. With the exception of foods that cook best by convection cooking alone, most foods
are well suited to combination cooking using either micro bake or micro roast. Refer to the chart below. The temperatures, which range from
100°F (40°C) to 450°F (230°C), can be changed; however, the power level cannot.
C O M B I N AT I O N C O O K I N G
SETTING
T E M P E R AT U R E
POWER
MICRO BAKE
325˚F
10%
MICRO ROAST
300˚F
30%
T O S E L E C T C O M B I N AT I O N C O O K I N G :
•1
Touch MICRO BAKE or MICRO ROAST. If a temperature other than the default preset is desired, touch MICRO BAKE or MICRO ROAST
again, then use number pads to enter temperature (e.g. 6 for 350°F (175°C)).
•2
Touch START/QUICK ON to begin preheat.
•3
When preheat is complete, add food, enter desired cook time, then touch START/QUICK ON.
MANUAL CONVECTION
During convection cooking, hot air is circulated throughout the oven to brown and crisp foods quickly and evenly. To view set temperature
during cooking, touch CONV. To select manual convection:
•1
Touch CONV. If a temperature other than the default preset is desired, touch CONV again, then use number pads to enter temperature
(e.g. 6 for 350°F (175°C)).
•2
Touch START/QUICK ON to begin preheat.
•3
When preheat is complete, add food, enter desired cook time, then touch START/QUICK ON.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
AUTO DEFROST
Touch AUTO DEFROST, then use number pads to select desired food (e.g. 3 for Chicken Pieces).
•2
Use number pads to enter weight.
•3
Touch START/QUICK ON. After a period of time, the microwave oven will stop so food can be checked.
•4
Open door and turn food over.
•5
Repeat until defrost is complete
AUTO DEFRO ST GUIDE
NUMBER
FOOD
AMOUNT
METHOD
1
Ground Meat
1/2-3 LB
Remove any thawed pieces after each audible signal. Let stand for 5-10 minutes,
covered
1/2-4 LB
After each audible signal, rearrange. If there are warm or thawed portions, shield
with small flat pieces of aluminum foil. Remove any meat that is almost defrosted.
Let stand for 10-20 minutes, covered
Chicken Pieces
3
1/2-3 LB
MODULES
Steak, Chops
2
WARMING DRAWER
MICROWAVE OVENS
•1
VENTILATION
The auto defrost feature uses preset settings to defrost select food items. To select auto defrost:
After each audible signal, rearrange pieces or remove should they become warm
GOURMET
COOKTOPS
or thawed. Let stand for 10-20 minutes, covered.
The Gourmet feature removes the guesswork from selecting a temperature and cooking mode. Select a food from the Gourmet guide on
doneness. Follow directions on the control panel display to select desired options.
RANGES
the control panel and the microwave oven does the rest. Some foods may require additional control panel interaction to select desired
STEAM OVENS
Touch START/QUICK ON.
OVENS
•2
COOKING GUIDE
Touch GOURMET, then use number pads to select desired food and doneness.
CLEANING
•1
COFFEE SYSTEM
T O S E L E C T G O U R M E T:
GOURMET GUIDE
FOOD
TEMP
BEEF
1 Hamburgers
2 Steak
3 Roast Beef
AMOUNT
1–8 patties
1/4" each
3/4"–1" thick
1/2–2 lb
2–4 lb
3/4"–1" thick
FISH
1/4–2 lb
POSITION
TIME
Low rack
For desired doneness, touch POWER LEVEL.
Low rack
For desired doneness, touch POWER LEVEL.
Low rack
For desired doneness, touch POWER LEVEL.
Turntable
2–31/2 lb
Low rack
61/2–16 lb
Low rack
Place fish in a microwave-safe dish and cover with plastic
wrap. After cooking, let stand covered for 3 minutes.
After cooking, cover with foil and let stand 5–10 minutes.
Internal temperature 160°F
After cooking, cover with foil and let stand 10 minutes.
TURKEY
1 Turkey
Internal temperature of white meat 170°F, dark meat
180°F.
CHICKEN
VEGETABLES
2 Turkey Breast
3–6 lb
Low rack
1 Chicken
21/2–71/2 lb
Low rack
2 Chicken Pieces
1/2–31/2 lb
Low rack
1 Frozen (soft)
1/4–2 lb
Turntable
2 Frozen (hard)
1/4–2 lb
Turntable
Low rack
SLOW C OOK
BAKED GOODS
1 Bundt Cake
1 cake
2 Cookies
1 pan 2 pans
Turntable
1 pan 2 pans
After cooking, let stand 3–5 minutes. Internal temperature
of white meat 170°F, dark meat 180°F.
Place in microwave-safe dish. Add 1–4 tsp water. After
cooking, stir, then let stand covered for 2–5 minutes.
Place in microwave-safe dish. Add 1–4 tsp water. After
cooking, stir, then let stand covered for 2–5 minutes.
Place food in oven-safe dish for up to 4 hours.
Prepare according to package or recipe directions and
place in a greased and floured Bundt pan.
Prepare according to package or recipe directions
and place on 12" pizza pan(s). Cookies should be
high rack
approximately 2" diameter for best results.
Turntable and
Low rack
1 pan 2 pans
After cooking, cover with foil and let stand 5–10 minutes.
Turntable and
high rack
4 French Fries
Internal temperature 170°F.
Turntable
Turntable
3 Muffins
After cooking, cover with foil and let stand 10 minutes.
Turntable and
high rack
Prepare according to package or recipe directions and
place in muffin pan(s). 6–12 medium size muffins.
Use frozen French fries. No preheat is required. Place on
12" pizza pan(s). For shoestring potatoes, touch POWER
LEVEL twice to enter less time.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
C L E A N I N G T H E C O N V E C T I O N M I C R O W AV E O V E N :
DRAWER FRONT
Spray glass cleaner on a cloth to clean.
DRAWER GUIDES
Remove the food crumbs from the drawer guides. Wipe with a soft dry cloth.
C O N T R O L PA N E L
Use spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and food soil. Spray on a cloth before wiping panel.
Do not spray cleaners directly on the control panel.
INTERIOR WIPE
MODULES
!
MICROWAVE OVENS
water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois. Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
WARMING DRAWER
Use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft lint-free cloth. To bring out the natural luster, lightly wipe surface with a
VENTILATION
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L
With a soft damp cloth. Do not use abrasive or harsh cleaners or scouring pads.
WAVEGUIDE COVER
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For heavier soil, use baking soda or a mild soap; rinse thoroughly with hot water. Do not use chemical oven cleaners.
The waveguide cover is located on the inside top of the microwave interior.
CLEANING
COOKING GUIDE
OVENS
STEAM OVENS
COFFEE SYSTEM
RANGES
Carefully wipe with a soft damp cloth. Do not remove the waveguide cover.
D R A W E R M I C R O W AV E O V E N S
U S I N G T H E D R A W E R M I C R O W AV E O V E N :
GOURMET MODE
The Gourmet feature detects moisture and humidity from food as it heats and automatically adjusts cook time and power level. Fresh
vegetables and poultry have two options. Follow directions on the control panel display to select the desired option.
T O S E L E C T W O L F G O U R M E T:
•1
Touch WOLF GOURMET, then use number pads to select desired food (e.g. 5 for baked potatoes).
•2
Touch START.
GOURMET GUIDE
NUMBER
FOOD
1
Fresh Vegetables—Quick
2
AMOUNT
METHOD
Wash and place in microwave-safe casserole. Add no water if vegetables
Broccoli, Sprouts and Cabbage
1/4–2 lb
have just been washed. Cover with lid for tender vegetables. Use plastic wrap
Cauliflower (flowerettes)
1/4–2 lb
for tender-crisp vegetables. After cooking, stir, if possible. Let stand for 2–5
Cauliflower (whole)
1 medium
minutes, covered.
Spinach and Zucchini
1/4–2 lb
Baked Apples
2–4 medium
Place in microwave-safe casserole. Add 1–4 tablespoons (15–60 ml) water.
Fresh Vegetables—Longer
Carrots (sliced)
1/4–11/2 lb
Cover with lid for tender vegetables. Use plastic wrap cover for tender-crisp
Corn on the Cob
2–4 pieces
vegetables. After cooking, stir, if possible. Let stand for 2–5 minutes, covered.
Green Beans
1/4–11/2 lb
Winter Squash (diced)
1/4–11/2 lb
Winter Squash (halves)
1–2
3
Frozen Vegetables
1/4–11/4 lb
4
Frozen Entrees
1/4–11/4 lb
Add no water. Cover with lid or plastic wrap. After cooking, stir and let stand
for 3 minutes, covered.
Use for frozen convenience foods. Remove package from outer wrapping and
follow package directions for covering. After cooking, let stand for 1–3 minutes,
covered.
5
Baked Potatoes
1-6 medium
Pierce. Place in paper-towel-lined drawer microwave oven. After cooking,
remove from microwave, wrap in aluminum foil and let stand for 5–10 minutes.
6
Sweet Potatoes
1-6 medium
Pierce. Place in paper-towel-lined drawer microwave oven. After cooking,
remove from microwave, wrap in aluminum foil and let stand for 5–10 minutes.
7
Ground Meat
1/4–2 lb
Use this setting to cook ground beef or turkey as patties or in a casserole to be
added to other ingredients. Place patties on a microwave-safe rack and cover
with wax paper. Place ground meat in a casserole and cover with wax paper or
plastic wrap. When microwave stops, turn patties over or stir meat in casserole
to break up large pieces. Cover and touch START. After cooking, let stand for
2–3 minutes, covered.
8
Fish, Seafood
1/4–2 lb
Arrange in ring around shallow microwave-safe glass dish (roll fillet with edges
underneath). Cover with vented plastic wrap. After cooking, let stand for 3
minutes, covered.
9
White Rice
1/2–2 cups
Place rice into a deep casserole dish and add double quantity of water (e.g. 1
cup rice and 2 cups water). Cover with lid or plastic wrap. After cooking, stir,
cover, and let stand for 3–5 minutes or until all liquid has been absorbed.
10
Brown Rice
1/2–2 cups
Place rice into a deep casserole dish and add double quantity of water (e.g. 1
cup rice and 2 cups water). Cover with lid or plastic wrap. After cooking, stir,
cover, and let stand for 3–5 minutes or until all liquid has been absorbed.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
AUTO DEFROST
Touch AUTO DEFROST, then use number pads to select desired food (e.g. 3 for Chicken Pieces).
•2
Use number pads to enter weight.
•3
Touch START/QUICK ON. After a period of time, the microwave oven will stop so food can be checked.
•4
Open door and turn food over.
•5
Repeat until defrost is complete
AUTO DEF O ST GUIDE
NUMBER
FOOD
AMOUNT
METHOD
1
Ground Meat
1/2–2 lb
Remove any thawed pieces after each audible signal. Let stand for 5-10
2
Steaks, Chops
1/2–3 lb
minutes, covered.
After each audible signal, rearrange. If there are warm or thawed portions,
WARMING DRAWER
MICROWAVE OVENS
•1
VENTILATION
The auto defrost feature uses preset settings to defrost select food items. To select auto defrost:
shield with small flat pieces of aluminum foil. Remove any meat that is almost
3
Boneless Poultry
1/2–2 lb
After each audible signal, rearrange pieces or remove should they become
warm or thawed. Let stand for 10-20 minutes, covered.
4
Bone-In Poultry
1/2–3 lb
5
Roast
2-4 lb
6
Casserole, Soup
1-6 cups
MODULES
defosted. Let stand for 10-20 minutes, covered.
After each audible signal, rearrange pieces or remove should they become
warm or thawed. Let stand for 10-20 minutes, covered.
After each audible signal, break apart and remove any defrosted part. At end,
stir well and let stand for 5-10 minutes, covered.
C L E A N I N G T H E D R A W E R M I C R O W AV E O V E N :
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L
RANGES
shield warm areas with aluminum foil. Let stand for 30-60 minutes, covered.
COOKTOPS
Start defrosting with fat side down. After each audible signal, turn over and
Use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft lint-free cloth. To bring out the natural luster, lightly wipe surface
DRAWER FRONT
Spray glass cleaner on a cloth to clean.
COFFEE SYSTEM
with a water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois. Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
Remove the food crumbs from the drawer guides. Wipe with a soft dry cloth.
C O N T R O L PA N E L
STEAM OVENS
DRAWER GUIDES
Do not spray cleaners directly on the control panel.
OVENS
Use spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and food soil. Spray on a cloth before wiping panel.
INTERIOR
or a mild soap; rinse thoroughly with hot water. Do not use chemical oven cleaners.
WAVEGUIDE COVER
COOKING GUIDE
Wipe with a soft damp cloth. Do not use abrasive or harsh cleaners or scouring pads. For heavier soil, use baking soda
The waveguide cover is located on the inside top of the microwave interior. Carefully wipe with a soft damp cloth.
CLEANING
Do not remove the waveguide cover.
V E N T I L AT I O N
T O A C C E S S R E C I P E S A N D “ H O W T O ” V I D E O S , V I S I T U S AT S U B Z E R O - W O L F . C O M . F O R 2 4 / 7 C U S T O M E R C A R E , C A L L 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 2 2 - 7 8 2 0 .
D O W N D R A F T V E N T I L AT I O N
U S I N G D O W N D R A F T V E N T I L AT I O N
A C T I VAT I O N
•1
To activate the downdraft, press the UP/DOWN button on the control module.
•2
Once the UP/DOWN button is pressed, the downdraft blower will turn on at the last speed used or on low for first-time use.
BLOWER SPEED
•1
To adjust the speed of the blower, press the HIGH, MEDIUM or LOW button.
•2
The corresponding LED will illuminate to indicate the blower speed.
•3
To initiate boost mode, press and hold the HIGH+ button for 5 seconds. Boost increases airflow by approximately
20 percent more than high but is limited to 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, the blower will automatically transition to high.
D E L AY F E AT U R E
The delay feature continues blower operation for approximately five minutes after use, then automatically turns the unit off. If the blower was
operating on high or medium speed, the blower will transition to the next lowest setting for five minutes before turning off. The chimney will
stay up until the UP/DOWN button is pressed.
C L E A N I N G D O W N D R A F T V E N T I L AT I O N
CONTROL MODULE
•
Use a spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and greasy spatters. Spray cleaner on a cloth and wipe the surface.
Do not spray directly on the control module.
•
Use a clean cloth or sponge and wipe the surface with warm water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry immediately.
•
Be careful not to soak the control module. Although the module is sealed, excessive moisture may cause damage to the controls.
F I LT E R C A R E
•
The aluminum mesh filters should be cleaned approximately once a month or every 30 uses.
The FILTER indicator on your control module will illuminate when it is time to clean the filters.
•
To remove the filters, push down on the filter frame while pulling the filter out and away from the downdraft .
•
The filters and filter covers are dishwasher-safe (preferably at a temperature of approximately 140°F)
and are designed to fit most dishwashers. They may also be hand-washed.
•
After washing, when filters are dry, reinstall using the reverse procedure.
•!
Do not operate the downdraft without filters. This may damage the blower or other internal components.
P R O V E N T I L AT I O N
U S I N G P R O V E N T I L AT I O N
H E AT S E N T RY
When the heat sentry feature detects heat it turns the ventilation hood on and adjusts the blower speed automatically. The heat sentry
feature activates when the exhaust temperature from the hood reaches 200°F and deactivates when the exhaust temperature decreases
to 186°F.
LED LIGHTING
A suction-cup light bulb changer is provided with all pro ventilation hoods to help you remove and replace the halogen light bulbs.
C L E A N I N G P R O V E N T I L AT I O N :
F I LT E R S
To remove filters, press upward then rotate bottom outward. To aide in removal, remove center filter first. Remove grease cups from bottom
edge of hood (not included with pro hood liners). Gloves should be worn when handling filters. Reinstall using the reverse procedure. Outer
filters may need to be pushed over while the center filter is installed. Filters are dishwasher safe and are designed to fit most dishwashers.
Wipe filters and grease cups (if applicable) to remove excess grease before placing in the dishwasher.
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L
Use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft lint-free cloth. To bring out the natural luster, lightly wipe surface with a
water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois. Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
CONTROL KNOBS
•
To adjust blower speed, touch HIGH+, MEDIUM or LOW. Touch again to turn the blower off.
•
To initiate boost mode, touch and hold HIGH+ for 3 seconds. Boost increases airflow by approximately 20 percent more
than high but is limited to 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, the blower will automatically transition to the previous selected speed.
D E L AY
The delay feature automatically turns the lights and blower off after 10 minutes of operation.
C L E A N I N G C O O K T O P V E N T I L AT I O N
F I LT E R
MICROWAVE OVENS
BLOWER
WARMING DRAWER
U S I N G C O O K T O P V E N T I L AT I O N
MODULES
C O O K T O P V E N T I L AT I O N
VENTILATION
Using a damp cloth, wipe with mild detergent or spray degreaser; rinse and dry.
of operation. Filters are dishwasher safe and are designed to fit most dishwashers. Wipe filters to remove excess grease before
placing in the dishwasher.
COOKTOPS
The grease filters should be cleaned when the filter indicator is illuminated on the control panel, or after approximately 100 hours
For black hoods, to access filters, release the catch and gently pull down the front edge of the bottom panel of the hood and allow
C A R E R E C O M M E N D AT I O N S
CLEANING
surface with water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois. Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
Use spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and food soil. Spray on a cloth before wiping panel. Spray glass cleaner on a
cloth to clean black glass.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not spray cleaners directly on the control panel.
OVENS
CONTROL PANEL
STEAM OVENS
Use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft lint-free cloth. To bring out the natural luster, lightly wipe
COOKING GUIDE
STAINLESS STEEL
COFFEE SYSTEM
Do not operate the ventilation hood without the grease filters.
CLEANING
•!
RANGES
it to rotate downward. For stainless and glass hoods, there is no bottom panel.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
T O A C C E S S R E C I P E S A N D “ H O W T O ” V I D E O S , V I S I T U S AT S U B Z E R O - W O L F . C O M . F O R 2 4 / 7 C U S T O M E R C A R E , C A L L 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 2 2 - 7 8 2 0 .
BEFORE USING THE OUTDOOR GRILL
•
Open the grill hood completely. Do not attempt to light the grill with the hood closed.
•
Open the gas supply shut-off valve.
•
Push in the burner control knob and confirm that the hot surface igniter glows. The hot surface igniters are located below the burner
grates inside the flash tubes. The rotisserie igniter is located on the rear panel next to the rotisserie burner. If the igniter does not glow,
verify that the grill is plugged into a 120 V AC electrical outlet.
•
Push in and turn the knob counterclockwise to the HI position. Hold the knob in for five seconds. A flame will be visible under the
briquettes or on the rotisserie or sear burner. Once you see the flame, release the knob. If the burner doesn’t light within five seconds,
turn knob to the OFF position, wait five minutes and repeat the lighting procedure. There may be a popping sound when the burners
are first lit, this is normal.
•
Close the hood and allow the grill to preheat until the desired temperature is displayed.
USING THE OUTDOOR GRILL
GRILLING METHODS:
Direct method: Food cooks directly over the heat source. Turn food halfway through grilling time for even cooking. The hood may be open or
closed. Use for steaks, chicken pieces, chops, and vegetables.
Indirect method: Food is placed next to heated area, not on top of it. Place food in the middle of the grill with the outside burners on. Hood
must be closed. Use for ribs, large roasts, whole poultry, and rotisserie grilling of large roasts or poultry. Select the grilling method best
suited to the food you will be cooking: direct, indirect, or rotisserie.
H E AT S E T T I N G S :
•
HI AND SEAR:
•
MED:
•
LO:
Use for quick searing of meats and vegetables.
Grill steaks, pork chops, and hamburgers. You may also sear meats on medium before finishing them on low.
Use for cooking dense vegetables, roasts, thick cuts of meat, poultry, and fish.
TIPS FOR SUCCESSFUL GRILLING:
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Never leave food unattended.
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Cooking with the hood closed will decrease cooking time, provide an even temperature,
conserve gas, lessen flare-ups, and improve flavor.
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Do not place food on aluminum foil for cooking. Grease trapped in the foil may cause flare-ups.
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Trim excess fat from meats and slit the remaining fat at two-inch increments to avoid flare-ups and curling.
Fatty meats may be cooked indirectly on lower heat settings.
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When opening the hood, wear a barbecue mitt that covers your wrist. Stand to the side of the grill and raise the hood slowly.
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Allow meat to defrost in the refrigerator overnight, rather than microwaving it, to help retain juices.
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Apply salt to meat only after cooking to prevent it from drying out.
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Baste meat with barbecue sauce or other sugar-based sauces only during the last few minutes of cooking to prevent burning.
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Turn food only once, halfway through cooking time.
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Use a spatula or tongs to turn meat, instead of piercing with a fork, to prevent juices from escaping.
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Brush vegetables, lean cuts of meat, skinless poultry, fish, and seafood with oil to prevent sticking.
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If using bamboo skewers, soak the skewers in cold water for 30 minutes before cooking.
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To burn off grease drippings after cooking, operate the grill on high for five minutes.
When the grill cools down, remove and clean the drip tray.
CLEANING THE OUTDOOR GRILL
GENERAL CLEANING
C E R A M I C B R I Q U E T T E S A N D B R I Q U E T T E T R AY
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It is not necessary to clean the ceramic briquettes after every grilling. They will burn themselves clean during the next cooking cycle.
If desired, operate the grill on high for 10–12 minutes to burn the briquettes clean.
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Periodically, the briquette trays need to be cleaned. Allow briquette trays to cool.
Remove trays from the grill, shake off loose debris and wipe trays clean.
SMOKER BOX
The smoker box and lid can easily be removed from the outdoor grill for cleaning.
Empty contents and clean with warm water and a mild detergent.
G R I L L D R I P T R AY
The grill drip tray collects grease and food particles. Allow the drip tray and its contents to cool before cleaning. Slide the tray out and wipe
it clean. Make sure the drip tray is fully inserted back into the grill. To avoid a grease fire, the drip tray should be cleaned after every use.
OUTDOOR GRILLS
MAINTENANCE
• The infrared sear burner has a stainless steel housing and protective screen. The screen helps reflect heat up to the cooking surface and
also prevents food particles from falling onto the ceramic burner. At searing temperatures, all food particles will be burned off. The only
VENTILATION
INFRARED SEAR BURNER.
WARMING DRAWER
MODULES
COOKTOPS
RANGES
COFFEE SYSTEM
STEAM OVENS
• Inspect the grill burners if the grill does not reach temperature, heats unevenly, or if flames appear yellow along with the smell of gas.
OVENS
• Inspect the grill burners for spiders and insects once a year or if the grill has not been used for more than a month.
COOKING GUIDE
GRILL BURNER INSPECTION
CLEANING
• Never allow liquids to come in contact with the infrared sear burner. This could damage the ceramic tiles.
MICROWAVE OVENS
maintenance required is to clean the protective screen and check for particles that may be trapped.
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