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D R AW E R M I C R OWAV E
U SE & C ARE G UIDE
CONTENTS
T H A N K YO U
Wolf Drawer Microwave
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Safety Instructions and Precautions
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Wolf Drawer Microwave Features
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Wolf Drawer Microwave Operation
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Wolf Drawer Microwave Sensor Cooking
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Wolf Drawer Microwave Defrost
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Wolf Drawer Microwave Reheat
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Wolf Drawer Microwave Cooking Features
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Wolf Drawer Microwave Care
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Wolf Troubleshooting
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Wolf Service Information
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Wolf Warranty
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Your purchase of a Wolf drawer microwave
attests to the importance you place upon the
quality and performance of your cooking
equipment. We understand this importance
and have designed and built your drawer
microwave with quality materials and workmanship to give you years of dependable
service.
We know you are eager to start cooking, but
before you do, please take some time to read
this Use & Care Guide. Whether you are a
beginning cook or an expert chef, it will be to
your benefit to familiarize yourself with the
safety practices, features, operation and care
recommendations of the Wolf drawer
microwave.
We appreciate your choice of a Wolf Appliance product and welcome any suggestions
or comments you may have. To share your
opinions with us, please call 800-332-9513.
As you read this Use & Care Guide,
take particular note of the CAUTION and
WARNING symbols when they appear.
This information is important for safe and
efficient use of the Wolf equipment.
signals a situation where minor injury or
product damage may occur if you do not
follow instructions.
states a hazard that may cause serious
injury or death if precautions are not
followed.
In addition, this Use & Care Guide may
signal an IMPORTANT NOTE which highlights
information that is especially important.
WOLF ® is a registered trademark of Wolf Appliance, Inc.
Your Wolf drawer microwave is protected by
a warranty that is one of the finest in the
industry. Take a moment to read the warranty
statement on page 31 and refer to it should
service become necessary.
W O L F D R AW E R M I C R OWAV E
GROUNDING
INSTRUCTIONS
Read all instructions before using
this appliance to reduce the risk
of burns, electric shock, fire,
injury to persons or exposure to
excessive microwave energy.
PRECAUTIONS
TO AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE
TO EXCESSIVE
MICROWAVE ENERGY
Do not attempt to operate this
microwave oven with the door open
since open-door operation can result
in harmful exposure to microwave
energy. It is important not to defeat
or tamper with the safety interlocks.
Do not place any object between the
microwave oven front face and the
door or allow soil or cleaner residue
to accumulate on sealing surfaces.
Do not operate the microwave oven
if it is damaged. It is particularly
important that the oven door close
properly and that there is no damage
to the: (1) door (bent), (2) hinges and
latches (broken or loosened), (3) door
seals and sealing surfaces.
The microwave oven should not be
adjusted or repaired by anyone
except properly qualified service
personnel.
This appliance must be grounded. This oven is
equipped with a cord having a grounding wire
with a grounding plug. It must be plugged into
a wall receptacle that is properly installed and
grounded in accordance with the National
Electrical Code and local codes and ordinances. In the event of an electrical short
circuit, grounding reduces risk of electric shock
by providing an escape wire for the electric
current.
C O N TA C T
I N F O R M AT I O N
Wolf Customer
Service:
800-332-9513
Website:
wolfappliance.com
Improper use of the grounding plug can
result in a risk of electric shock.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
The electrical requirements are a 120 volt 60
Hz, AC only, 15 amp. or more protected electrical supply. It is recommended that a separate
circuit serving only this appliance be provided.
A short power-supply cord is provided to
reduce risk of becoming entangled in or
tripping over a longer cord. DO NOT USE AN
EXTENSION CORD. If the power supply cord is
too short, have a qualified electrician or serviceperson install an outlet near the appliance.
NOTES:
1) If you have any questions about the
grounding or electrical instructions, consult
a qualified electrician or serviceperson.
2) Neither Wolf nor the dealer can accept any
liability for damage to the oven or personal
injury resulting from failure to observe the
correct electrical connection procedures.
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I M P O RTA N T S A F E T Y I N S T RU C T I O N S
A N D P R E C AU T I O N S
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE
When using the appliance, basic safety
precautions should be followed, including the following:
WARNING: To reduce the risk of burns,
electric shock, fire, injury to persons or
exposure to excessive microwave
energy:
Read this Use and Care Guide
carefully before using your new
microwave oven.
Read and follow the specific
“PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID
POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY” on
page 3.
This appliance must be grounded.
Connect only to properly grounded
outlet. See grounding instructions
on page 3.
Install or locate this appliance only
in accordance with the provided
installation instructions.
Some products such as whole eggs
and sealed containers—for example,
closed glass jars—may explode and
should not be heated in this oven.
Use this appliance only for its
intended use as described in this
manual. Do not use corrosive
chemicals or vapors in this
appliance. This appliance is specifically designed to heat, cook
or dry food. It is not designed for
industrial or laboratory use.
As with any appliance, close
supervision is necessary when used
by children.
Do not climb or sit on the appliance.
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Do not operate this appliance if it
has a damaged cord or plug, if it is
not working properly or if it has
been damaged or dropped.
This appliance should be serviced
only by qualified service personnel.
Contact nearest Wolf authorized
service center for examination,
repair or adjustment.
Do not cover or block any openings
on the appliance.
Do not store or use this appliance
outdoors. Do not use this product
near water—for example, near a
kitchen sink, in a wet basement or
near a swimming pool, or similar
locations.
Do not immerse cord or plug in
water.
Keep cord away from heated
surfaces.
Be sure that fingers or other objects
or materials are not around the
appliance opening when the appliance is closed.
Do not put fingers or clothes around
the drawer guides when the appliance is opened or closed. They could
be caught in the guides when the
appliance is closed.
Be sure that the food and container
are shorter than the drawer before
closing it. You can refer to the height
of the side walls of the drawer.
When cleaning appliance sealing
surfaces that come together on
closing the drawer, use only mild,
nonabrasive soaps or detergents
applied with a sponge or soft cloth.
See Cleaning and Care on page 28.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE IN
THE OVEN CAVITY:
Do not overcook food. Carefully
attend appliance when paper, plastic
or other combustible materials are
placed inside the oven to facilitate
cooking.
Remove wire twist-ties from paper
or plastic bags before placing bag
in oven.
If materials inside the oven should
ignite, keep appliance door closed,
turn microwave off and disconnect
the power cord or shut off power at
the fuse or circuit breaker panel.
Do not use the cavity for storage
purposes. Do not leave paper
products, cooking utensils or food
in the cavity when not in use.
LIQUIDS
Liquids, such as water, coffee or tea
are able to be overheated beyond the
boiling point without appearing to be
boiling. Visible bubbling or boiling
when the container is removed from
the microwave oven is not always
present. THIS COULD RESULT IN VERY
HOT LIQUIDS SUDDENLY BOILING
OVER WHEN A SPOON OR OTHER
UTENSIL IS INSERTED INTO THE
LIQUID. To reduce the risk of injury
to persons:
Do not overheat the liquid.
Stir the liquid both before and
halfway through heating it.
Do not use straight-sided
containers with narrow necks.
Use a wide-mouthed container.
After heating, allow the container
to stand in the microwave oven at
least for 20 seconds before
removing the container.
Use extreme care when inserting
a spoon or other utensil into the
container.
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
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I N F O R M AT I O N YO U N E E D TO K N OW
FOOD
Check foods to see that they
are cooked to the United States
Department of Agriculture’s
recommended temperatures.
160˚F (71˚C) – Fresh pork, ground
meat, boneless white poultry, fish,
seafood, egg dishes and frozen
prepared food.
165˚F (74˚C) – Leftover, ready-toreheat refrigerated, and deli and
carry-out “fresh” food.
170˚F (77˚C) – White meat of poultry.
180˚F (82˚C) – Dark meat of poultry.
To test for doneness, insert a meat
thermometer in a thick or dense area
away from fat or bone. NEVER leave
the thermometer in the food during
cooking, unless it is approved for
microwave oven use.
Puncture egg yolks before cooking
to prevent “explosion”. Don’t cook
eggs in shells or reheat whole eggs.
Don’t dry nuts or seeds in shells.
Pierce skins of potatoes, apples,
squash, hot dogs and sausages so
that steam escapes.
Use specially bagged popcorn for
the microwave oven. Listen while
popping corn for the popping to
slow to 1 or 2 seconds or use special
SENSOR POPCORN pad. Don’t
exceed the maximum time on
popcorn package.
Don’t pop popcorn in brown bags or
glass bowls.
Don’t heat baby food in original jars.
Transfer baby food to a small dish
and heat carefully, stirring often.
Check temperature before serving.
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Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
Don’t heat bottles with nipples on.
Put nipples on bottles after heating
and shake thoroughly. “Wrist” test
before feeding. Don’t heat disposable bottles.
After heating baked goods with
fillings, pierce outside of food to
release steam and avoid burns.
Don’t heat or cook in closed glass
jars or air tight containers.
Don’t preserve foods by canning
using the microwave oven, as
harmful bacteria may not be
destroyed.
Don’t deep fat fry.
CHILDREN
Children below the age of 7 should
use the microwave oven with a
supervising person very near to
them. Children between the ages of
7 and 12 should have a supervising
person in the same room.
The child must be able to reach the
drawer microwave comfortably.
At no time should anyone be
allowed to lean or swing on the
oven door.
Children should be taught all safety
precautions: use potholders, remove
coverings carefully, pay special
attention to packages that crisp food
because they may be extra hot.
Don’t assume that because a child
has mastered one cooking skill they
can cook everything.
Children need to learn that the
drawer microwave is not a toy. See
page 25 for CONTROL LOCK feature.
GENERAL SAFETY
ALWAYS use potholders to prevent
burns when handling utensils that
are in contact with hot food. Enough
heat from the food can transfer
through utensils to cause skin burns.
Avoid steam burns by directing
steam away from the face and
hands. Slowly lift the farthest edge
of a dish’s covering and carefully
open popcorn and oven cooking
bags away from the face.
Stay near the drawer microwave
while it’s in use and check cooking
progress frequently so that there is
no chance of overcooking food.
Use deep bowl, when cooking liquids
or cereals, to prevent boilovers.
Food should be shorter than the
drawer microwave. Please refer to
the height of side walls of the drawer.
Don’t dry wood, gourds, herbs or
wet papers.
When using the drawer microwave
at power levels below 100%, you
may hear the magnetron cycling on
and off. It is normal for the exterior
of the oven to be warm to the touch
when cooking or reheating.
Select, store and handle food carefully to preserve its high quality and
minimize the spread of foodborne
bacteria.
Condensation is a normal part of
microwave cooking. Room humidity
and the moisture in food will influence the amount of moisture that
condenses in the oven. Generally,
covered foods will not cause as
much condensation as uncovered
ones.
Keep waveguide cover clean. Food
residue can cause arcing and fires.
See page 28.
The drawer microwave is for food
preparation only. It should not be
used to dry clothes or newspapers.
Keep aluminum foil used for shielding at least 1 inch (25) away from any
surface of the drawer microwave.
(See page 12 for details.)
Your drawer microwave is rated
950 watts by using the IEC Test
Procedure. In using recipes or
package directions, check food a
minute or two before the minimum
time and add time accordingly.
NEVER use the cavity for storing
cookbooks or other items.
ALWAYS have food in the
microwave oven when it is on to
absorb the microwave energy.
The vent under the drawer
microwave must not be blocked.
During microwaving, steam may
come from the right side of the vent.
When opening or closing the drawer
microwave quickly, food in the
drawer microwave may be spilled. To
clean, please refer to the Cleaning
and Care section on page 28.
If the oven light fails, consult a Wolf
authorized service center.
Stir liquids briskly before and after
heating to avoid “eruption”.
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W O L F D R A W E R M I C R O W A V E F E AT U R E S
D R AW E R M I C R OWAV E F E AT U R E S
WOLF
WA R R A N T Y
Built-in microwave oven with 950 watts
of power
Easy-to-operate control panel and 11
programmable power levels
30" (762) model allows microwave to be
built in to fit below a Wolf built-in E Series
oven
Interactive display—99 minutes, 99 seconds
Oven drawer with window
Control lock
Classic stainless steel finish
Oven light comes on when oven is
operating or drawer is open
Sensor cooking
Wolf products
are covered by a
two and five year
residential warranty
(exclusions apply).
See warranty
details at the end
of this guide.
Micro warm allows you to keep food warm
up to 30 minutes
Tight drawer seals with automatic drawer
open/close
D R AW E R M I C RO WAV E
Models MWD24-2U/S, MWD30-2U/S and MWD30-2F/S
Control panel
Light
Sealing
surfaces
Waveguide cover
(DO NOT REMOVE)
Drawer guides
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Vent
Menu label
Rating plate:
Open the drawer
fully. The label is
slightly beyond the
back wall of the
microwave cavity
facing up from the
flat surface.
W O L F D R A W E R M I C R O W A V E F E AT U R E S
T O U C H C O N T R O L PA N E L
The Wolf drawer microwave control panel
features touch controls. Refer to the illustration
below for the location of control pads.
V I S U A L D I S P L AY
Words will light in the display to indicate
features and cooking instructions.
TO U C H C O N T RO L PA N E L
SETUP/HELP
pad
SENSOR
POPCORN
pad
SENSOR
REHEAT
pad
SENSOR
COOK
pad
OPEN
pad
CONTROL
LOCK pad
MICRO
WARM
pad
DEFROST
pad
REHEAT
pad
CLOSE
pad
Visual
display
START/ADD
MINUTE pad
POWER LEVEL
pad
STOP/CLEAR
pad
TIMER/CLOCK
pad
V I S U A L D I S P L AY
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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W O L F D R A W E R M I C R O W A V E O P E R AT I O N
U N PAC K I N G Y O U R M I C R O W A V E
Remove all packing materials from inside
the drawer microwave; however, Do not
remove the waveguide cover, which is
located on the top of the drawer
microwave, see illustrations below. Read
enclosures and save this Use and Care
Guide for future reference.
RADIO OR TV INTERFERENCE
Should there be any interference caused by the
drawer microwave to your radio or TV, check
that the drawer microwave is on a different
electrical circuit, relocate the radio or TV as far
away from the drawer as feasible or check
position and signal of receiving antenna.
Remove the feature sticker (if there is one).
Check the oven for any damage, such as
misaligned or bent drawer, damaged
drawer seals and sealing surfaces, broken
or loose drawer guides and dents inside the
cavity or on the front side of the drawer. If
there is any damage, do not operate the
drawer microwave and contact your dealer
or Wolf authorized service center.
Sealing surface
Waveguide cover
Waveguide cover location
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Sealing surface
Oven cavity
Sealing surface location
W O L F D R A W E R M I C R O W A V E O P E R AT I O N
ABOUT M I C RO WAV E C O O K I N G
Arrange food carefully. Place thickest
areas towards outside of dish.
SIGNS OF DONENESS
Food steams throughout, not just at edge.
Watch cooking time. Cook for the shortest
amount of time indicated and add more as
needed. Severely overcooked food can
smoke or ignite.
Cover foods while cooking. Check recipe
or cookbook for suggestions: paper towels,
wax paper, microwave plastic wrap or a lid.
Covers prevent spattering and help foods to
cook evenly.
Center bottom of dish is very hot to the
touch.
Poultry thigh joints move easily.
Meat and poultry show no pinkness.
Fish is opaque and flakes easily with a fork.
Shield with small flat pieces of
aluminum foil any thin areas of meat or
poultry to prevent overcooking before
dense, thick areas are cooked thoroughly.
(See page 12 for details.)
Stir foods from outside to center of dish
once or twice during cooking, if possible.
Turn foods over once during microwaving to speed cooking of such foods as
chicken and hamburgers. Large items like
roasts must be turned over at least once.
Rearrange foods such as meatballs
halfway through cooking both from top to
bottom and from right to left.
Add standing time. Remove food from
drawer microwave and stir, if possible.
Cover for standing time which allows the
food to finish cooking without overcooking.
Check for doneness. Look for signs
indicating that cooking temperatures have
been reached.
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C O O K WA R E S U G G E S T I O N S
It is not necessary to buy all new cookware.
Many pieces already in your kitchen can be
used successfully in your new drawer
microwave. Make sure the utensil does not
touch the interior walls during cooking.
Use these utensils for safe microwave
cooking and reheating:
glass ceramic
heat-resistant glass
microwave-safe plastics
microwave-safe paper plates
microwave-safe pottery, stoneware
and porcelain
browning dish (Do not exceed recommended
preheating time. Follow manufacturer’s
directions.)
These items can be used for short time
reheating of foods that have little fat or
sugar in them:
wood, straw, wicker
DO NOT USE:
metal pans and bakeware
The following coverings are ideal:
Paper towels are good for covering foods
for reheating and absorbing fat while
cooking bacon.
Wax paper can be used for cooking and
reheating.
Plastic wrap that is specially marked for
microwave use can be used for cooking and
reheating. DO NOT allow plastic wrap to
touch food. Vent so steam can escape.
Lids that are microwave-safe are a good
choice because heat is kept near the food to
hasten cooking.
Oven cooking bags are good for large
meats or foods that need tenderizing. DO
NOT use metal twist ties. Remember to slit
bag so steam can escape.
How to use aluminum foil in your
drawer microwave:
Small flat pieces of aluminum foil placed
smoothly on the food can be used to shield
areas that are either defrosting or cooking
too quickly.
Foil should not come closer than one inch
(25) to any surface of the drawer
microwave.
dishes with metallic trim
non-heat-resistant glass
non-microwave-safe plastics
(margarine tubs)
recycled paper products
IMPORTANT NOTE: To check if a dish is safe
for microwaving, place the empty dish in the
oven and microwave on HIGH for 30 seconds.
If the dish becomes very hot, DO NOT use it
for microwaving.
brown paper bags
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food storage bags
ACCESSORIES
metal twist-ties
There are many microwave accessories available for purchase. Evaluate carefully before
you purchase so that they meet your needs.
A microwave-safe thermometer will assist you
in determining correct doneness and assure
you that foods have been cooked to safe
temperatures. Wolf is not responsible for any
damage to the drawer microwave when accessories are used.
W O L F D R A W E R M I C R O W A V E O P E R AT I O N
B E F O R E O P E R AT I N G
TIMER
Before operating your new drawer microwave,
make certain you read and understand the
operation instructions completely.
1) Touch TIMER/CLOCK pad and number 1.
Before the drawer microwave can be used,
follow these steps:
2) Enter time.
3) Touch TIMER/CLOCK pad again.
To cancel timer, touch STOP/CLEAR pad.
1) Plug in drawer microwave. ENJOY
MICROTOUCH
WAVE
TOUCH CLEAR
CLOCK will appear.
YOUR
AND
S TO P / C L E A R
Touch the STOP/CLEAR pad to:
2) Touch the STOP/CLEAR pad.
:
will appear.
Erase if you make a mistake during
programming.
3) Set clock.
Cancel timer.
TO S E T T H E C L O C K
1) Touch TIMER/CLOCK pad and number 2.
2) Touch number pads for correct time of day
and touch TIMER/CLOCK pad again.
This is a 12 hour clock. If you attempt to enter
an incorrect clock time, ERROR will appear in
the display. Touch the STOP/CLEAR pad and
re-enter the time.
Stop the drawer microwave temporarily
during timed cooking.
Return the time of day to the display.
Cancel a program during cooking, touch
twice for timed cooking.
If the electrical power supply to your drawer
microwave should be interrupted, the display
will intermittently show ENJOY YOUR MICROWAVE
TOUCH
CLEAR
AND
TOUCH
CLOCK
after the power is reinstated. If this occurs
during cooking, the program will be erased.
The time of day will also be erased. Simply
touch the STOP/CLEAR pad and reset the
clock for the correct time of day.
NOTE: The drawer microwave can be
programmed with the drawer open except for
START/ADD MINUTE.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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OPEN / CLOSE D R AW E R M I C RO WAV E
T O S E T P OW E R L E V E L
Always press the OPEN or CLOSE pad on the
control panel to open or close the drawer
microwave.
There are eleven preset power levels. Using
lower power levels increases the cooking time
which is recommended for foods such as
cheese, milk and long slow cooking of meats.
Consult a microwave cookbook or recipes for
specific recommendations.
Do not push or pull the drawer microwave
by hand, except in case of emergency, such
as a power failure. If necessary, push or pull
slowly.
1) Enter defrost time 5 0 0.
TIME C O O K I N G
5:00
Your drawer microwave can be programmed
for 99 minutes and 99 seconds (99.99). Always
enter the seconds after the minutes, even if
they are both zeros.
2) Touch POWER LEVEL pad 8 times.
Suppose you want to cook for 5 minutes
at 100%.
Touch Power
Level Pad
1) Enter cooking time. 5 0 0
5:00
POWER
TOUCH
LEVEL
START
OR
3) Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad.
% Power
Level
1 time
100%
High
2 times
90%
3 times
80%
4 times
70%
5 times
60%
6 times
50%
7 times
40%
8 times
30%
9 times
20%
10 times
10%
11 times
0%
TOUCH
2) To cook at 100% power (High), touch
START/ADD MINUTE pad.
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Suppose you want to defrost for 5 minutes
at 30%.
Medium High
Medium
Med Low/Defrost
Low
W O L F D R AW E R M I C RO WAV E SENSOR COOKING
SENSOR C O O K I N G
Wolf’s sensor is a semi-conductor device that
detects the vapor (moisture and humidity)
emitted from the food as it heats. The sensor
adjusts the cooking times and power levels for
various foods and quantities.
USING SENSOR SETTINGS
After the drawer microwave is plugged in,
wait 2 minutes before using any SENSOR
setting.
Be sure the exterior of the cooking
container and the interior of the drawer
microwave are dry. Wipe off any moisture
with a dry cloth or paper towel.
The sensor works with foods at normal
storage temperature. For example, popcorn
would be at room temperature.
Any SENSOR selection can be programmed
with More or Less Time Adjustment. See
page 25.
More or less food than the quantity listed in
the Sensor Cooking Guide should be
cooked following the guidelines in any
microwave cookbook.
During the first part of sensor use, the food
name will appear on the display. Do not
open the drawer microwave or touch
STOP/CLEAR during this part of the cycle.
The measurement of vapor will be interrupted. If this occurs, an error message will
appear. To continue cooking, touch the
STOP/CLEAR pad and cook manually.
When the sensor detects the vapor emitted
from the food, the remainder of
cooking/reheating time will appear. The
drawer microwave may be opened when
the remaining time appears on the display.
At this time, you may stir or season food,
as desired.
If the sensor does not detect vapor properly
when popping popcorn, the oven will turn
off, and the time of day will be displayed. If
the sensor does not detect vapor properly
when cooking other foods, ERROR will be
displayed, and the microwave will turn off.
Check food temperature after cooking. If
additional time is needed, continue to cook
manually.
Each food has a cooking hint. Touch the
HELP pad when the HELP indicator is
lighted in the display.
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SENSOR C O O K I N G
COVERING FOODS
S E N S O R P O P C O R N / S E N S O R R E H E AT
Some foods work best when covered. Use the
cover recommended in the Sensor Cooking
Guide for these foods. Be careful when
removing any covering to allow steam to
escape away from you. You may refer to the
hints by touching the HELP pad. See page 24.
You can pop popcorn and reheat many foods
and don’t need to calculate cooking time or
power level.
Casserole dish lid.
Plastic wrap: Use plastic wrap recommended for microwave cooking. Cover dish
loosely; allow approximately 1/2 inch (13) to
remain uncovered to allow steam to
escape. Plastic wrap should not touch food.
Wax paper: Cover dish completely; fold
excess wrap under dish to secure. If dish is
wider than paper, overlap two pieces at
least one inch (25) to cover.
Touch SENSOR POPCORN or SENSOR
REHEAT and START/ADD MINUTE pad.
When the sensor detects the vapor emitted
from the food, the remainder of
cooking/reheating time will appear.
NOTE:
The SENSOR POPCORN setting has 2
choices. Follow directions in the display to
choose desired option.
TO S E N S O R C O O K :
1) Touch SENSOR COOK pad once.
LABEL
SELECT
FOOD
SEE
NUMBER
2) See Menu Label. Select desired food by
touching number pad. Example: Touch 5 for
baked potatoes.
3) Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad.
NOTE:
To heat or cook other foods or foods above
or below the quantity allowed on the
Sensor Cooking Guide, cook manually.
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W O L F D R AW E R M I C RO WAV E SENSOR COOKING
S E N S O R P O P C O R N / S E N S O R R E H E AT C O O K I N G G U I D E
FOOD
Sensor Popcorn
Sensor Reheat
AMOUNT
Only 1 package at a time
P RO C E D U R E
Use only popcorn packaged for the microwave. Try several brands
to decide which you like. Do not try to pop unpopped kernels.
Regular/Regular light
2.85–3.5 oz bag
(81–100 g)
Touch Sensor/Popcorn pad once.
Mini/Snack
1.2–1.75 oz bag
(34–50 g)
Touch Sensor/Popcorn pad twice.
4–36 oz
(110–1000 g)
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
Place in dish or casserole slightly larger than amount to be
reheated. Flatten, if possible. Cover with lid, plastic wrap or wax
paper. Use covers such as plastic wrap or lids with larger quantities of more dense foods such as stews. After reheating, stir well,
if possible. Re-cover and allow to stand 2 to 3 minutes. Foods
should be very hot. If not, continue to heat with variable power
and time.
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W O L F D R AW E R M I C RO WAV E SENSOR COOKING
SENSOR COOKING G U I D E
N O.
FOOD
1
Fresh Vegetables (Soft)
Broccoli
Brussels Sprouts
Cabbage
Cauliflower (flowerettes)
Cauliflower (whole)
Spinach
Zucchini
Baked Apples
2
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Fresh Vegetables (Hard)
Carrots (sliced)
Corn on the Cob
Green Beans
Winter Squash (diced)
Winter Squash (halves)
3
Frozen Vegetables
4
Frozen Entrees
AMOUNT
1/4 –2
lb (110–900
1/4 –2 lb (110–900
1/4 –2 lb (110–900
1/4 –2 lb (110–900
1 medium
1/4 –1 lb (110–450
1/4 –2 lb (110–900
2–4 medium
P RO C E D U R E
g)
g)
g)
g)
g)
g)
1/4 –1 1/2
lb (110–675 g)
2–4 pieces
1/4 –1 1/2 lb (110–675 g)
1/4 –1 1/2 lb (110–675 g)
1–2
1/4 –1 1/4
Wash and place in microwave-safe casserole. Add no
water if vegetables have just been washed. Cover with
lid for tender vegetables. Use plastic wrap for tendercrisp vegetables. After cooking, stir, if possible. Let stand
for 2–5 minutes, covered.
lb (110–567 g)
6–17 oz (200–500 g)
Place in microwave safe casserole. Add 1–4 tablespoons
(15–60 ml) water. Cover with lid for tender vegetables.
Use plastic wrap cover for tender-crisp vegetables. After
cooking, stir, if possible. Let stand for 2–5 minutes,
covered.
Add no water. Cover with lid or plastic wrap. After
cooking, stir and let stand for 3 minutes, covered.
Use for frozen convenience foods. It will give satisfactory
results for most brands. You may wish to try several and
choose your favorite. Remove package from outer
wrapping and follow package directions for covering.
After cooking, let stand for 1–3 minutes, covered.
W O L F D R AW E R M I C RO WAV E SENSOR COOKING
SENSOR COOKING G U I D E
N O.
FOOD
AMOUNT
P RO C E D U R E
5
Baked Potatoes
1–6 medium
Pierce. Place on paper-towel-lined drawer microwave. After
cooking, remove from microwave, wrap in aluminum foil
and let stand for 5–10 minutes.
6
Ground Meat
1/4 –2
lb (110–900 g)
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. Re-cover and
touch START/ADD MINUTE pad. After cooking, let stand
for 2–3 minutes, covered.
7
Fish, Seafood
1/4 –2
lb (110–900 g)
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.
8
Rice
1/2–2
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
c (95–380 g)
Place rice into a deep casserole dish and add double
quantity of water. Cover with lid or plastic wrap. After
cooking, stir, cover and let stand 3–5 minutes or until all
liquid has been absorbed.
Rice
Water
Dish
1/2 c (95 g)
1 c (190 g)
1 1/2 c (285 g)
2 c (380 g)
1 c (240 ml)
2 c (480 ml)
3 c (720 ml)
4 c (1 L)
11/2 qt (1.5 L)
2 qt (2 L)
21/2 (2.5 L) or 3 qt (3 L)
3 qt (3 L) or larger
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W O L F D R AW E R M I C RO WAV E DEFROST
DEFROST
Use this feature to defrost the foods shown in
the Defrost Guide on the following page.
1) Touch DEFROST pad.
SELECT
FOOD
SEE
LABEL
NUMBER
2) See Menu Label. Select desired food by
touching the number pad. Example:
Touch 2 for steaks/chops. STEAKS CHOPS
ENTER
WEIGHT
3) Enter weight by touching number pads.
1.0 LB
4) Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad. The oven
will stop so that the food can be checked.
5) After the first stage, open the drawer
microwave. Turn steak over and shield any
warm portions. Close the drawer microwave.
Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad.
6) After the second stage, open the drawer
microwave. Shield any warm portions.
Close the drawer microwave. Touch
START/ADD MINUTE pad.
7) After defrost cycle ends, cover and let stand
as indicated in the Defrost Guide on the
following page.
NOTES:
DEFROST can be programmed with More or
Less Time Adjustment. See page 25.
To defrost other foods or foods above or
below the weights allowed on the Defrost
Guide, see “Manual Defrost”.
Check foods when oven signals. After final
stage, small sections may still be icy. Let
stand to continue thawing. Do not defrost
until all ice crystals are thawed.
Shielding prevents cooking from occurring
before the center of the food is defrosted.
Use small smooth strips of aluminum foil to
cover edges and thinner sections of the
food.
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M A N UA L D E F RO S T
If the food that you wish to defrost is not listed
on the Defrost Guide or is above or below the
limits in the “Amount” column on the Defrost
Guide, you need to defrost manually.
You can defrost any frozen food, either raw or
previously cooked, by using POWER LEVEL at
30%. Follow the exact 3-step procedure found
under “To Set Power Level” on page 14.
Estimate defrosting time and press POWER
LEVEL pad eight times for 30% power.
For either raw or previously cooked frozen
food, the rule of thumb is approximately 4
minutes per pound (.45 kg). For example,
defrost 4 minutes for 1 pound (.45 kg) of frozen
spaghetti sauce.
Always stop the oven periodically to remove or
separate the portions that are defrosted. If
food is not defrosted at the end of the estimated defrosting time, program the oven in 1
minute increments on POWER LEVEL 30% until
totally defrosted.
When using plastic containers from the freezer,
defrost only long enough to remove from the
plastic in order to place in a microwave-safe
dish.
W O L F D R AW E R M I C RO WAV E DEFROST
DEFROST G U I D E
N O.
FOOD
AMOUNT
1
Ground Meat
2
Steaks, Chops
3
Boneless Poultry
4
Bone-in Poultry
lb
(200–1400 g)
5
Casserole, Soup
1–6 c
(.25–1.5 L)
P RO C E D U R E
1/2 –2
Remove any thawed pieces after each audible
signal. Let stand for 5–10 minutes, covered.
1/2 –3
lb
(200–1400 g)
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.
1/2 –2 lb
(200–900 g)
After each audible signal, rearrange pieces or
remove should they become warm or thawed.
Let stand for 10–20 minutes, covered.
lb
(200–900 g)
1/2 –3
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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.
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W O L F D R A W E R M I C R O W A V E R E H E AT
R E H E AT
REHEAT automatically computes the correct
warming time and microwave power level for
foods shown in the Reheat Guide below.
1) Touch REHEAT pad once.
SELECT
FOOD
SEE
LABEL
NUMBER
2) See Menu Label. Select desired food by
touching number pad. Example: Touch 2 for
frozen rolls or muffins.
NOTES:
REHEAT can be programmed with More or
Less Time Adjustment. See page 25.
To reheat other foods or foods above or
below the quantity allowed on the Reheat
Guide, heat manually.
3) Touch the number pad to select quantity.
Example: Touch 2 for 2 rolls or muffins.
4) Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad.
R E H E AT G U I D E
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N O.
FOOD
AMOUNT
P RO C E D U R E
1
Fresh Rolls, Muffins
1–8 pieces
Use to warm rolls, muffins, biscuits, bagels
etc. Large items should be considered as 2 or
3 regular size. Arrange on plate; cover with
paper towel. For refrigerated rolls or muffins,
it may be necessary to double the entered
amount to ensure the proper serving temperature. For example, enter quantity of 2 for 1
refrigerated muffin.
2
Frozen Rolls, Muffins
1–8 pieces
Use to warm frozen rolls, muffins, biscuits,
bagels etc. Large items should be considered
as 2 or 3 regular size. Arrange on plate; cover
with paper towel.
3
Beverage
1/2 –2 c
(125–500 ml)
This setting is good for restoring cooled
beverage to a better drinking temperature. Stir
liquid briskly before and after heating to avoid
“eruption”.
W O L F D R A W E R M I C R O W A V E C O O K I N G F E AT U R E S
M I C R O WA R M
M U LT I P L E S E Q U E N C E C O O K I N G
MICRO WARM allows you to keep food warm
up to 30 minutes.
Your drawer microwave can be programmed
for up to 4 automatic cooking sequences,
switching from one power level setting to
another automatically.
DIRECT USE
1) Touch MICRO WARM pad. ENTER
UP TO
30
TIME
MINUTES
2) Enter desired time by touching the number
pads. To enter 30 minutes, touch 3 0 0 0.
30.00
TOUCH
START
3) Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad. The oven
will start. The display will show 30.00 and
count down. KEEP
WARM will be
displayed intermittently during the count
down.
Sometimes cooking directions tell you to start
on one power level and then change to a
different power level. Your drawer microwave
can do this automatically.
1) First enter cooking time. Then touch
POWER LEVEL pad once for 100% cooking
or repeat touching POWER LEVEL pad for
a lower power level.
2) Enter second cooking time. Repeat touching
POWER LEVEL pad for desired level. You
can follow this procedure up to 4 times.
TOUCH
MANUAL COOKING
START
3) Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad.
1) Enter desired cooking time and power level.
2) Touch MICRO WARM pad.
NOTES:
3) Enter desired warming time up to 30
minutes.
If POWER LEVEL pad is touched once,
HIGH will be displayed.
4) Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad. The
operation will start. When the cooking time
is complete, a long tone will sound and
MICRO WARM will start. The display will
count down. KEEP
WARM will be
displayed intermittently during the count
down.
If 100% is selected as the final sequence, it
is not necessary to touch the POWER
LEVEL pad.
If you wish to know power level during
cooking, simply touch the POWER LEVEL
pad. As long as your finger is touching the
POWER LEVEL pad, the power level will be
displayed.
NOTES:
If you attempt to enter more than 30
minutes for MICRO WARM, an error
message will appear in the display.
MICRO WARM can be programmed even if
4 cooking sequences have been set.
MICRO WARM cannot be programmed with
SENSOR POPCORN, SENSOR REHEAT,
SENSOR COOK, DEFROST or REHEAT.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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W O L F D R A W E R M I C R O W A V E C O O K I N G F E AT U R E S
H E L P F E AT U R E
ADD M I N U T E
Each setting of SENSOR REHEAT, SENSOR
COOK, SENSOR POPCORN, MICRO WARM,
REHEAT and DEFROST has a cooking hint. If
you wish to check, touch HELP whenever HELP
is lighted in the Interactive Display for these
and other manual operation hints.
ADD MINUTE allows you to cook for a minute
at 100% by simply touching the ADD MINUTE
pad. You can also extend cooking time in
multiples of 1 minute by repeatedly touching
the ADD MINUTE pad during manual cooking.
NOTES:
To use ADD MINUTE, touch the ADD
MINUTE pad within 3 minutes after
cooking, closing the door or touching the
STOP/CLEAR pad.
ADD MINUTE cannot be used with SENSOR
settings, REHEAT or DEFROST.
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W O L F D R A W E R M I C R O W A V E C O O K I N G F E AT U R E S
MORE OR LESS T I M E A D J U S T M E N T
C O N T RO L LOCK
Should you discover that you like any of the
SENSOR, REHEAT or DEFROST settings
slightly more done, touch the POWER LEVEL
pad once after touching your selection. The
display will show MORE .
The CONTROL LOCK prevents unwanted
drawer operation such as by small children.
The drawer microwave can be set so that the
control panel is deactivated or locked.
For slightly less done, touch the POWER
LEVEL pad twice after touching your selection.
The display will show LESS .
TO L O C K
Touch CONTROL LOCK pad and hold for 3
seconds. The display shows LOCK ON .
TO U N L O C K
Touch CONTROL LOCK pad and hold for 3
seconds. The display shows LOCK OFF .
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W O L F D R A W E R M I C R O W A V E C O O K I N G F E AT U R E S
SETUP / HELP
If the electrical power supply to your drawer
microwave should be interrupted, the display
will intermittently show ENJOY YOUR MICROWAVE
TOUCH
CLEAR
AND
TOUCH
CLOCK
after the power is reinstated. If this occurs, the
SETUP/HELP option you input will be erased.
Simply touch STOP/CLEAR pad and reset.
A U D I B L E S I G N A L E L I M I N AT I O N
At the end of timed cook, beeps will sound. If
you wish to have the appliance with no audible
signals, you can turn the audible signals off.
At end of timed cooking, the microwave will
signal every 10 seconds for the first minute;
then every 3 minutes until STOP/CLEAR pad
is touched, up to one hour.
To turn reminder off:
1) Touch SETUP/HELP pad three times.
The display shows REMIND SIGNAL OFF ?
TOUCH
START .
2) Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad. The
display shows REMIND SIGNAL
OFF .
To turn sound off:
To turn reminder signal back on:
1) Touch SETUP/HELP pad.
1) Touch SETUP/HELP pad three times.
The display shows REMIND SIGNAL ON ?
TOUCH
START .
TOUCH
AGAIN
2) Touch SETUP/HELP pad again.
SOUND
OFF ?
TOUCH
START
3) Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad.
The display shows SOUND
OFF .
To restore sound:
1) Touch SETUP/HELP pad.
TOUCH
AGAIN
2) Touch SETUP/HELP pad again.
SOUND
ON ?
TOUCH
START
3) Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad.
The display shows SOUND
ON .
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END OF COOKING REMINDER
2) Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad. The
display shows REMIND SIGNAL
ON .
W O L F D R A W E R M I C R O W A V E C O O K I N G F E AT U R E S
SETUP / HELP
A U T O S TA R T
D E M O N S T R AT I O N M O D E
If you wish to program the drawer microwave
to begin cooking automatically at a designated
time of day, follow this procedure.
To select Demo Mode:
1) Touch SETUP/HELP pad 4 times.
The display shows AUTO
START
START .
TOUCH
2) Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad. ENTER
START
TIME
3) Enter start time.
4:30
TOUCH
CLOCK
COOKING
TIME
5) Touch the number pads to enter cooking
time. 20.00 TOUCH START
OR
POWER
1) Hold SETUP/HELP pad five times.
The display shows
DEMO
OFF?
TOUCH
START .
2) Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad. The
display shows DEMO
OFF .
LEVEL
Touch POWER LEVEL pad repeatedly until
the desired power level is reached.
TOUCH
2) Hold START/ADD MINUTE pad for 3
seconds. The display shows
DEMO
ON .
To cancel Demo Mode:
4) Touch TIMER/CLOCK pad. ENTER
TOUCH
1) Touch SETUP/HELP pad five times.
The display shows DEMO ON? HOLD
START
3 SEC .
START
6) Touch START/ADD MINUTE pad.
NOTES:
Drawer microwave doesn’t heat in Demo
Mode.
Display counts down quickly.
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W O L F D R AW E R M I C RO WAV E CARE
CLEANING A N D C A R E
S TA I N L E S S S T E E L S U R F A C E
INTERIOR
The exterior should be wiped often with a soft
damp cloth and polished with a soft dry cloth
to maintain its beauty. There are also a variety
of products designed especially for cleaning
and shining the stainless exterior of the oven.
We recommend that the cleaner be applied to
a soft cloth and then carefully used on the
stainless exterior rather than sprayed directly
on to it. Follow package directions carefully.
Cleaning is easy because no heat is generated
to the interior surfaces; therefore, there is no
baking and setting of spills or spattering. To
clean the interior surfaces, including drawer
sealing surfaces, wipe with a soft damp cloth.
Do not use abrasive or harsh cleaners or
scouring pads. For heavier soil, use mild
soap; wipe clean with a soft damp cloth. Do
not use any chemical oven cleaners.
F RO N T S I D E O F T H E D R AW E R
D R AW E R G U I D E S
Wipe the window on both sides with a soft
damp cloth to remove any spills or spatters.
Metal parts will be easier to maintain if wiped
frequently with a soft damp cloth. Avoid the
use of spray and other harsh cleaners as they
may stain, streak or dull the door surface.
Remove the food crumbs from the drawer
guides. Wipe with a soft dry cloth in order to
keep the drawer microwave opening and
closing smoothly.
TO U C H C O N T RO L PA N E L
If desired, the touch pads may be deactivated
before cleaning. See the CONTROL LOCK information on page 25 of this manual. Wipe the
panel with a cloth dampened slightly with
water only. Dry with a soft cloth. Do not scrub
or use any sort of chemical cleaners. Close
door and follow directions on page 25 for
turning CONTROL LOCK off. Touch
STOP/CLEAR.
The waveguide cover, located on the
inside top of the drawer microwave area,
is made from mica, so it requires special
care. Keep the waveguide cover clean to
assure good microwave performance.
Carefully wipe with a soft damp cloth any
food spatters from the surface of the
cover immediately after they occur.
Built-up splashes may overheat and
cause smoke or possibly catch fire. Do
not remove the waveguide cover.
O D O R R E M O VA L
Occasionally, a cooking odor may remain in
the drawer microwave. To remove, combine
1 cup (250 ml) water, grated peel and juice of
one lemon and several whole cloves in a 2-cup
(500 ml) glass measuring cup. Boil for several
minutes using 100% power. Allow to set in the
drawer microwave until cool. Wipe interior
with a soft cloth.
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W O L F D R A W E R M I C R O W A V E T R O U B L E S H O OT I N G
T R O U B L E S H O OT I N G G U I D E
P RO B L E M
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Part of all of
drawer microwave
does not operate.
Power cord of drawer microwave
is not completely connected to
the electrical outlet.
Make sure the power cord is
tightly connected to the outlet.
Power outage.
Check house lights to be sure.
Call your local electric company
for service.
Fuse/circuit breaker at home
doesn’t work.
Replace the fuse or reset the
circuit breaker.
Drawer microwave is in
Demo Mode.
See page 27 for how to cancel
Demo Mode.
No power to the appliance.
See SOLUTION for PROBLEM 1.
Drawer controls improperly set.
Check if the controls have been
properly set.
Drawer is in Demo Mode.
See page 27.
Drawer microwave light
does not work.
Light bulb is loose or burned out.
Call for service.
Touch controls will not
operate.
CONTROL LOCK is on.
See page 25 to unlock.
Display flashes.
Power failure.
Press Clear pad and reset the
clock. If the drawer microwave
was in use, you must reset the
cooking function.
Steam from the vent.
During microwaving, steam
may come from the right side
of the vent.
Food in drawer
microwave is not heated.
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
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W O L F S E RV I C E I N F O R M AT I O N
S E RV I C E I N F O R M A T I O N
C O N TA C T
I N F O R M AT I O N
Wolf Customer
Service:
800-332-9513
Website:
wolfappliance.com
When requesting information, literature,
replacement parts or service, always refer
to the model and serial number of your
microwave oven. This information is found
on the product rating plate. Refer to page 8
for the location of the rating plate.
Record the rating plate information below
for future reference.
Model Number
Serial Number
Installation Date
Wolf Authorized Service Center and Phone
Wolf Dealer and Phone
P R O D U C T R E G I S T R AT I O N
Register your new Wolf product today so that
we may ensure your satisfaction. You may
register by one of the following options:
1) Mail in the completed Wolf Product
Registration Card.
2) Register online at wolfappliance.com.
3) Register by phone by calling the Wolf
Customer Service Department at
800-332-9513.
The model and serial numbers of your appliance
are printed on the enclosed Wolf Product
Registration Card. If you provide us with your
e-mail address, we will send you exciting new
product updates and recipes as they become
available, along with information on special
events.
B E F O R E C A L L I N G F O R S E RV I C E
Before calling your Wolf authorized service
center, check the household fuse or circuit
breaker to see if it has been blown or tripped
and that the electrical connection to the
appliance has not been disconnected. A power
outage may also have caused a disruption in
service.
The information and images in this book are the
copyright property of Wolf Appliance, Inc., an
affiliate of Sub-Zero, Inc. Neither this book nor
any information or images contained herein may
be copied or used in whole or in part without the
express written permission of Wolf Appliance,
Inc., an affiliate of Sub-Zero, Inc.
©Wolf Appliance, Inc. all rights reserved.
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Wolf Appliance Products Limited Warranty
RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY
FULL TWO YEAR WARRANTY*
For two years from the date of original installation, your Wolf Appliance product warranty covers all parts and labor
to repair or replace any part of the product that proves to be defective in materials or workmanship. All service
provided by Wolf Appliance under the above warranty must be performed by a Wolf Appliance authorized service
center, unless otherwise specified by Wolf Appliance. Service will be provided in the home during normal business
hours.
LIMITED THIRD THROUGH FIFTH YEAR WARRANTY
From the third through fifth year from the date of original installation, Wolf Appliance will repair or replace the
following parts that prove to be defective in materials or workmanship. Labor to remove and replace defective
parts is not covered. Wolf Appliance recommends that you use a Wolf Appliance authorized service center to
perform such service.
Gas Burners (excluding appearance), Electric Heating Elements, Blower Motors (vent hoods), Electronic
Control Boards, Magnetron Tubes and Induction Generators
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
For the life of the product, Wolf Appliance will repair or replace any outdoor gas grill body or hood that rusts
through due to defective material or workmanship. Labor to remove and replace defective parts is not covered.
Wolf Appliance recommends that you use a Wolf Appliance authorized service center to perform such service.
TERMS APPLICABLE TO EACH WARRANTY
The warranty applies only to products installed for normal residential use. The warranty applies only to products
installed in any one of the fifty states of the United States, the District of Columbia or the ten provinces of Canada.
This warranty does not cover any parts or labor to correct any defect caused by negligence, accident or improper
use, maintenance, installation, service or repair.
THE REMEDIES DESCRIBED ABOVE FOR EACH WARRANTY ARE THE ONLY ONES THAT WOLF APPLIANCE, INC. WILL PROVIDE, EITHER UNDER THIS WARRANTY OR UNDER ANY WARRANTY ARISING BY
OPERATION OF LAW. WOLF APPLIANCE, INC. WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL
OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY OR ANY OTHER
WARRANTY, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other
legal rights that vary from state to state.
To receive parts and/or service and the name of the Wolf Appliance authorized service center nearest you,
contact Wolf Appliance, Inc., P. O. Box 44848, Madison, Wisconsin 53744; check the Contact & Support section
of our website, wolfappliance.com, or call 800-332-9513.
*Stainless Steel (classic, platinum and carbon) doors, panels and product frames are covered by a limited 60 day
parts and labor warranty for cosmetic defects.
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800-332-9513
W O L FA P P L I A N C E . C O M
11 / 2008
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