Wolf Oven Smokes and Odor during Self-Clean

Topics:

  • Smoke coming from oven during or after self-clean
  • Burning odor during or after self-clean
  • Oil or chemical smell when self-clean is in use

Answer:

Smoke and burning or oil smells may emanate from the oven during self-clean.

  • This is normal.
  • The amount of smoke and odor during self-clean varies and is usually a result of food or grease residue left in the oven before starting the cleaning process.
  • Grease on the broil element can cause smoke.
  • Wipe excessive food or grease from the oven cavity before self-cleaning to reduce smoke and odors.
  • Refer to the Wolf Cleaning Reference for product recommendations and further information.
  • See also, Dual Fuel and Wall Ovens Self-Clean Feature.

Refer to the product Use and Care Guide for further information.

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