- M Series Wall Ovens make loud fan noise when baking or in use
- M Series Oven cooling fan is loud
- Cooling fan on M Series makes whistling, whooshing, or ticking sound
- Cooling fan part #823373
Steps to Verify Issue:
- Preheat oven to 450° F in Convection mode.
- Wait for the cooling fan to change to High speed at approximately 425°F.
- Open the oven door.
- If the noise stops, see M Series Oven Dual VertiCross Convection.
- If the noise does not stop, the cooling fans are the source of the noise.
M Series Oven cooling fans make different noise depending on what stage of the heating cycle the oven is in.
- Cooling fans may whistle or whoosh when the cooling fan is on high.
- The cooling fan turns on when the oven reaches 250°F, changes to medium speed around 350°F, and is only on high at higher temperatures above 425°F.
Contact the Wolf Customer Care Team with further questions at CustomerService@Subzero.com, or call (800) 222-7820, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. CST.
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