- Speed Oven has moisture inside unit on back of door glass
- Bottom of Speed Oven has water or condensation puddle
- Water drips out of front of Speed Oven
Steps to Verify Issue:
High-moisture loads (boiling water for 20 minutes, 6 baked potatoes, etc.) create steam in the oven cavity that escapes and condenses on the back side of the door glass/front of the side trims. If this condensation gets high enough, some water may drip off onto the cabinetry.
- After high moisture cooking, wipe up any excess condensation visible inside or outside the unit.
- Typical moisture loads will not create this condition in future uses.
If these steps do not resolve the issue, no further customer troubleshooting advice is available. 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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