Is Your Wolf Oven Ready For Thanksgiving

Is Your Wolf Oven Ready For Thanksgiving?

Make Sure Your Wolf Oven Is Ready For Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving turkey in Wolf oven

Thanksgiving is coming soon, on the fourth Thursday of November. This year we will celebrate this family holiday on November 28. It is a good idea to prepare your oven for Thanksgiving. Make sure your Wolf oven is working properly to cook traditional foods like turkey, sweet potatoes and cornbread.

Here is a list of maintenance tips from our techs that may extend your oven life and avoid unnecessary repairs:

  • Clean your oven regularly

Unplug the oven before cleaning the interior by hand. Use a razor blade to lift food residue from the oven walls and window. Spray stubborn stains with a mild abrasive cleaner or spray degreaser, then scrub with a no-scratch Scotch-Brite pad. Wash the oven cavity with soap and water to remove all cleaning chemicals.

Oven cleaning

  • Clean the knobs separately

If you spritz cleaning fluid under the knobs, you’re essentially spraying the oven electrical system. It may cause the oven to short out and it is one of the major reasons for an oven service call. We would recommend to pull the knobs off and clean them separately.

Oven knobs cleaning

  • Clean the oven grates thoroughly

Spray grates with oven cleaner, put them in a plastic bag and let it sit for 24 hours. Then wash the grates with soap and water. Alternatively, you can sprinkle baking soda over the oven racks, then douse them with vinegar.

Oven grates cleaning

If the problem with your Wolf oven occurs, check the oven warranty to find out if the issue is covered. In case the oven is not under the warranty, give us a call at (833) 703-0375 today. The team of expert technicians at Denver’s Best Sub-Zero Wolf Repair is standing by ready to help you.

Check the most common oven problems and parts that might be at fault:

Oven Sensor

Oven Thernostat


Oven Burner


Oven Ignitor

Oven won’t heat

  • Faulty igniter
  • Defective thermostat
  • Loose wire connection
  • Defective safety valve
  • Malfunctioning oven control board
  • Malfunctioning bake element
  • Incoming power problem
  • Burnt wire connection
  • Blown thermal fuse
  • Defective sensor

Oven is overheating

  • Broken thermostat knob
  • Malfunctioning thermostat-sensing bulb
  • Defective control panel
  • Faulty temperature sensor
  • Short selector switch

Oven temperature is not accurate

  • Faulty ignitor or spark electrode
  • Defective temperature control thermostat
  • Faulty temperature sensor
  • Malfunctioning oven control board
  • Malfunctioning bake/broil element
  • Damaged convection fan motor

Oven won’t turn on

  • Incoming power problem
  • Loose or burnt wire connection
  • Blown thermal fuse
  • Defective thermostat/sensor
  • Malfunctioning oven control board

Our qualified pros have extensive experience repairing both gas and electric ovens and can diagnose a host of oven problems promptly. Whether your Wolf oven fails to generate heat, the temperature isn’t accurate or it has any other problem, we will do our best to help you.

If your Wolf oven stopped working right before Thanksgiving, you will likely require professional appliance repair assistance. Here in Denver’s Best Sub-Zero Wolf Repair, we we are doing our best to quickly diagnose the problem and repair it in a timely manner. We will be happy to help you solve your oven problem. You will be able to use your oven in no time! Just give us a call at (833) 703-0375 today or fill in the service request form below.

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