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I hear a rattling sound after preheating is complete when I use either of my wolfe double wall ovens. Before I call for service, do you have any advice? has anyone else had this problem, if so, what happened? Thanks

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We have this same issue. any resolution? we also have an erro message on the display after use sometimes randomly. Thanks!

Posted on Aug 26, 2010

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