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Excessive Smoke When Broiling

Topics:

  • Why is there smoke during broiling?
  • Excessive smoke while broiling
  • Smoke coming from oven in Broil Mode

Answer:

Excessive smoke coming from the oven during broiling may be caused by:

  • A pan other than two-piece broiler pan being used.
  • Failure to trim off extra fat from meats.
  • To mitigate this, use a lower rack position or shorten the broiling time.
  • Refer to Wolf Cooking Guide in product Use and Care Guide for further information. The cooking chart is a guide. Recipe or package directions should take precedence.

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If these steps do not resolve the issue, no further troubleshooting advice is available. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.

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