- Porcelain in oven is cracked, chipped, peeling or crazing.
- How to fix damaged porcelain
- Oven interior is damaged
Porcelain is made from natural products and, therefore, can chip or develop fine lines and cracks due to the expansion and contraction that occurs as oven temperature fluctuates (particularly when the self-cleaning function is employed). This can result in cosmetic imperfections, such as a cloudy, dull, or scratched appearance. Cosmetic imperfections may be more visible in a colored oven cavity.
If the porcelain in a Wolf oven is damaged, the cavity or door liner may need to be replaced.
- Oven Door Liner Replacement
- Touch up Blue Porcelain
- Oven Liners, Aluminum Foil, and Other Material on the Oven Floor
Contact the Wolf Customer Care Team at CustomerService@Subzero.com, or call (800) 222-7820, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. CST.
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