Wolf Range Ovens - Page 4 - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
TESTING BURNER IGNITION ELEMENT
If you have a crack, your part is no good any longer. We will be happy to send the correct part out to you asap. Just call or email us and we will be sure and get this right out to you. Is your ignitor out or another part? We hope this helps and we look forward to being able to resolve all your parts issues, so please call or email us when you are ready for our assistance.
on Sep 30, 2009
Oven wont ignite
Yes 1st off it sounds like you got no electric to unit! check it 1st!
if ok then its the spark module located on the back of the stove with all the wires going to it. box about 1"x4" long, either blue,black or white. You can get this at any appliance parts store or go to www.marcone.com with your model #
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Wolf Range Ovens
on Aug 05, 2009
Why the gap in the oven front? Why the nasty odor when in use?
You didn't say whether gas or electric...
A gas oven needs to be vented and combustion gases usually rise through a vent above the flames. The door is usually a reasonably good fit but there is no requirement for it to fit and seal like an electric oven. The bad smell could be a spillage on the burner or perhaps it just isn't burning efficiently - the flames should be blue without any hint of yellow.
The door of an electric oven should have a seal and should be close fitting with no discernable gap to complete the closed insulated box that is the electric oven.
If there is no spillage inside, the odour is probably caused by the insulation being contaminated with something as it was being manufactured, also possible with the gas oven...
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