M Series Oven Convection Cooking Performance
- M Series Oven cooks or bakes poorly in convection modes
- Convection modes produce poor results with M Series Oven
- Food is cooked unevenly, burnt, not baked in M Series convection modes
To improve M Series Oven cooking performance in convection modes:
- Use baking sheets or pans made for convection cooking.
- Wolf recommends high-quality, heavy-duty, flat baking sheets, also known as cookie sheets, with one or two short slanted sides.
- Chicago Metallic, Doughmaker, and Vollrath brands offer these sheets.
- Pans may include but are not limited to: 13" x 9" pans (33 cm x 23 cm), broiler pans, lasagna pans, and cupcake pans.
- When cooking with multiple racks, allow adequate spacing between pans.
- Place single sheets or pans on rack 3.
- Place two sheets or pans on racks 2 and 5.
- Place three sheets or pans on racks 2, 4, and 6.
- For more information, refer to Wolf Oven Rack Position.
- See also, Poor Cooking Performance in Oven.
Refer to the product Use and Care Guide for further information.
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