- Grease tray on Dual Fuel (DF) Range, GR Series Gas Range, or Sealed Burner Rangetop (SRT) does not fit under entire griddle
- Griddle grease tray moves
- Griddle grease tray capture area
Steps to Verify Issue:
- If the finish is worn or comes off, replace the tray. The tray should not be painted.
- Tray should be cleaned by hand in the sink using a mild detergent. Tray is not dishwasher safe.
- If the grease capture overflow is an issue, a new style griddle can improve the grease path and capture area. See New Wolf Griddle for details.
- Factory Certified Service is needed to change the griddle style.
- The area underneath the grease tray is solid and can be wiped out if grease does overflow.
- See also:
There is not a tight fit between the griddle and the grease tray; this is normal and allows for easy removal and installation of the grease tray.
- To remove, tilt front of grease tray up and pull out.
- The tray has a black matte enamel finish.
- R Series Gas Range and RT Series Rangetop grease trays are accessed by pulling out the drip tray.
- See also, Clean a Griddle.
|DF, GR, and SRT||Single Griddle Grease Tray||816281|
|Double Griddle Grease Tray||816544|
|R and RT Series||Grease Tray||814142|
|Grease Tray with Dimples||816431|
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