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  1. Wolf CG Gas Cooktop Service Manual View File PUB 824779 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 10/25/2017 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  2. Wolf CG Gas Cooktop Service Manual

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    PUB 824779
  3. I'm a young guy and avid DIYer who had a great chance to buy a small house in Portland and renovate it just the way that I wanted it from the ground up. In the kitchen I knew I wanted some commercial-quality appliances and for the range I ended up with near-perfect-condition used 34" Wolf 6-burner that I think is the CHR-6-29. It looks identical to the photo in the brochure anyway. I now understand that installing a commercial range in a residential application is a little sticky... even dangerous. The problem is that I had $10,000 custom cabinets built and a $3000 custom stainless steel countertop fabricated around it. I did leave a concealed air gap of 3" on each side of the range to prevent any wood from being in contact with the body of the range, but there's no air flow so I'm not sure how helpful that gap really is. I hardly cook and I've only used the stovetop a handful of times. The problem is the oven. I bought a frozen pizza one night and tried to cook it, but even with the oven dial set to max, I could only get about 175 degrees. It took two hours to turn that frozen pizza into soggy pizza. Not only that, the pilot light keeps the oven around 130 degrees all the time. I have turned off the pilot light and the oven sits unused. I'm faced with a dilemma. I have a few options, I think: - Figure out the problem with the range, solve it and then use it very sparingly only when needed. I don't keep the pilot light lit, so I would have to light the pilot if I ever need to use the oven, then extinguish it when I am finished. Not ideal, but not that hard. - Replace this oven with another one that is the same dimensions and intended for a residential application. Budget $2000? - Buy a cheap, newer gas range and create a Frankenstein monster of the two. Build the newer oven bottom into the bottom of the Wolf chassis, skin it with the original door and have a more modern hybrid of the two. I'd love to hear the expert opinions that you guys have to offer. Please understand that I can't modify the cabinetry or countertops really. I'd rather have a non-functioning oven than to ruin the $13k that I dropped on those. My dumb fault!
  4. Sub-Zero Wolf Factory Training

    I had the pleasure of attending Sub-Zero Wolf (SZW) factory training last week in Madison, WI. Flew in on Monday, training was Tuesday thru Thursday, and then flew out on Friday. The class consisted of 15 techs from around the country but also included a tech from Puerto Rico and another from Barbados. The techs included a few students from Master Samurai Tech and some Appliantology members. This session was all Wolf products: gas and induction cooktops, gas and dual fuel ranges, vent hoods, downdraft vents, coffee makers, and microwaves. We worked on 5 different wall ovens, 4 different ventilation systems (both hood and down draft), 4 different ranges, 4 different cooktops, 2 different microwave ovens, a steam oven (each lab group actually baked a batch of chocolate chip cookies!), and the coffee maker system. The 3-day training session was held in Madison, WI, from October 11-13 (Tuesday thru Thursday). Everyone arrived on Monday and SZW took us all out that evening for a traditional Wisconsin dinner of locally brewed beer and real Wisconsin brats and sauerkraut, beef brisket, and mac n' cheese. It was fantastic! SZW provided all our food during the training and paid for our hotel rooms. Breakfast was at the hotel, lunch was catered at the training center, and they took us out to a different restaurant each night for dinner. A shuttle took us from the hotel to the training center and back each day. The training format was a mix of classroom instruction and "lab" exercises. During the lab portion, we broke up into groups of 3 or 4 techs and rotated around working on different product stations as we solved specific problems on those products. Doing this required extensive use of Sub-Zero's servicer site, Service Central, that we accessed on our tablet computers to find and refer to service manuals, schematics, and bulletins for the model/serial we were working on. Numerous rolling tool chests and Fluke meters with the LoZ function were also provided. Instructors would roam around from group to group to answer questions and provide hints, tips, and instructions. This was a great format for getting familiar with the products. Part of the training was a factory tour of the Wolf production facility including the new 4,000 sq. ft. manufacturing space to accommodate the production of their new dishwasher, Cove, which they'll start selling in 2017. The facility was immaculate, highly organized, with surprisingly few production personnel on the floor. What amazed me most about the manufacturing process was the amount and sophistication of robotics they're using for everything from fabrication to QC testing. Every finished product is connected to electricity and/or gas (as appropriate for the product) and 100% function tested using robots! After the factory tour, we got to sit in with a tech line tech and were given a headset so we could listen in to both sides of the conversation as they took calls from techs in the field. It was dizzying seeing how fast these guys could fly around Service Central pulling up service manuals and bulletins to help the tech on the phone. Most of the guys who called in while I was there were authorized and had access to Service Central so could have probably answered the question for themselves if they had just spent a few minutes at Service Central and then RTFM. Getting authorized techs to effectively use Service Central is one of SZW's big training objectives. Even among SZW authorized techs, there's an over-reliance on tech line and flow charts instead of reading the service manuals, using the schematics, and applying gray matter. By the way, SZW tech line will help any tech, authorized or not, who calls in working on one of their products. Non-authorized techs are treated exactly the same as authorized techs and they'll be talked through as much as they need to complete the diagnosis and repair, including step-by-step disassembly if needed. Their main concern is getting the customer's appliance fixed as quickly as possible, not protecting SZW service information. Sitting with tech line, I also realized why SZW uses a select circle of parts distributors (Premier Partners). Here's a typical scenario: a tech calls in working on a SZW product and, working with tech line, determines he needs a kit described in a recent service bulletin to fix the problem. Tech line is tied directly into the inventory database of all their Premier Partners and can tell the tech if that kit is in stock there or not. If it is, he'll go ahead and have that part shipped right then and there. If not, he can check factory inventory and have it shipped to the partner right there during the call. There's no ambiguity about whether a part is in stock or where it is or when it will arrive like there is with so many other manufacturers. In addition to a great technical training experience on Wolf products, I also got a good feel for the SZW corporate culture. Not surprisingly, it reflects the people who work there, mostly native midwesterners and particularly Wisconsin: not at all stuffy or pretentious but instead clean, organized, competent, down-to-earth, get things done. Real people making really excellent, 100% US-made appliances. If any of you guys are SZW authorized and haven't been to the factory training yet, you really should go. I think you'll be impressed and learn one helluva lot.
  5. Wolf E Series Wall Oven Service Manual and Parts Manual View File Covers Wolf E Series wall ovens, both single and double. Example model numbers are: Model Number: SO30PE/S/PH Description: Single Oven, 30”, Professional E-Series / Stainless / Pro Handle Model Number: SO30TE/S/TH Description: Single Oven, 30”, Transitional E-Series / Stainless / Tubular Handle Model Number: SO30CE/B/TH Description: Single Oven, 30”, Contemporary E-Series / Black Glass / Tubular Handle Model Number: DO30PE/S/PH Description: Double Oven, 30”, Professional E-Series / Stainless / Pro Handles Model Number: DO30TE/S/TH Description: Double Oven, 30”, Transitional E-Series / Stainless / Tubular Handles Model Number: DO30CE/B/TH Description: Double Oven, 30”, Contemporary E- Series / Black Glass / Tubular Handles Service manual PUB 807792 - Revision F - August, 2013 Parts manual PUB 821143 - Revision D1 - August, 2015 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 10/08/2016 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  6. Version 1.0.0

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    Covers Wolf E Series wall ovens, both single and double. Example model numbers are: Model Number: SO30PE/S/PH Description: Single Oven, 30”, Professional E-Series / Stainless / Pro Handle Model Number: SO30TE/S/TH Description: Single Oven, 30”, Transitional E-Series / Stainless / Tubular Handle Model Number: SO30CE/B/TH Description: Single Oven, 30”, Contemporary E-Series / Black Glass / Tubular Handle Model Number: DO30PE/S/PH Description: Double Oven, 30”, Professional E-Series / Stainless / Pro Handles Model Number: DO30TE/S/TH Description: Double Oven, 30”, Transitional E-Series / Stainless / Tubular Handles Model Number: DO30CE/B/TH Description: Double Oven, 30”, Contemporary E- Series / Black Glass / Tubular Handles Service manual PUB 807792 - Revision F - August, 2013 Parts manual PUB 821143 - Revision D1 - August, 2015
  7. There are "E" series manuals in the Pot Luck, but not the very newest version to cover the DO30TE/S/TH models....
  8. Wolf CTE-2 Electric Cook Top Service Manual and Schematics View File Wolf Electric Cooktop-2 (CTE-2) Series Service Manual PUB 809096 - Revision D - August, 2011 Wiring Diagrams from same PUB Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 06/03/2016 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  9. Version 1.0.0

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    Wolf Electric Cooktop-2 (CTE-2) Series Service Manual PUB 809096 - Revision D - August, 2011 Wiring Diagrams from same PUB
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    PUB 806072
  11. File Name: Wolf PW482418R Pro Series Range Vent Hood Service Manual File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 21 Dec 2015 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper PUB 806072 Click here to download this file
  12. File Name: Wolf Residential Range ASK37E-1 Schematics File Submitter: LI-NY Tech File Submitted: 16 Dec 2015 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper This is the schematic and convection fan schematic for a 1992 (?) Wolf commercial style residential gas range. ASK37E-1, serial 60-1004303 Click here to download this file
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    This is the schematic and convection fan schematic for a 1992 (?) Wolf commercial style residential gas range. ASK37E-1, serial 60-1004303
  14. File Name: Wolf Warming Drawer Service Manual File Submitter: Spannerwrench File Submitted: 23 Nov 2015 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper WWD30 - Warming Drawer Technical Service Manual (Including Parts List & Exploded Views) 807858 • Revision D Click here to download this file
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    WWD30 - Warming Drawer Technical Service Manual (Including Parts List & Exploded Views) 807858 • Revision D
  16. File Name: Wolf range service manual GR series File Submitter: LI-NY Tech File Submitted: 17 Nov 2015 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Wolf Range Service Manual GR series Revision A, January 2013 Job Aid 822634 GR304 GR364 GR366 GR484 GR486 GR488 GR606 Click here to download this file
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    Wolf Range Service Manual GR series Revision A, January 2013 Job Aid 822634 GR304 GR364 GR366 GR484 GR486 GR488 GR606
  18. File Name: Wolf MWC24 Convection Microwave Service Manual File Submitter: dtechryan File Submitted: 26 Aug 2015 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Service manual for Wolf MWC24 convection microwave Click here to download this file
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    Service manual for Wolf MWC24 convection microwave
  20. File Name: Wolf DD Down Draft Vent Tech Bundle File Submitter: Spannerwrench File Submitted: 24 Jul 2015 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper DD30I, DD36I DD45I DD30R, DD36R DD45R Service Manual 9 inch Down Draft Click here to download this file
  21. File Name: Wolf 14 inch DD30 DD36 DD45 Service Manual File Submitter: Spannerwrench File Submitted: 24 Jul 2015 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Down Draft, 14” Riser Series (above 15500000) PUB 824553 - Revision A - October, 2013 DD30, DD36 and DD45 Service Manual 14 inch Down Draft Click here to download this file
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    Down Draft, 14” Riser Series (above 15500000) PUB 824553 - Revision A - October, 2013 DD30, DD36 and DD45 Service Manual 14 inch Down Draft
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    DD30I, DD36I DD45I DD30R, DD36R DD45R Service Manual 9 inch Down Draft
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    Technical Service and Parts Manual Electric Cooktop-2 Series (After Serial #17000000) (Includes Model CT30E-208/S & ICB) CT15E CTE15-2 CT15E CTE15-2 CT30E & EU & CT30E-208 CTE30-2 CT36E & EU CTE16-2 PUB 809096 Revision C - Dec 2008
  25. File Name: Wolf CTE Electric Cooktop Series 2 Service Manual File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 21 Jan 2015 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Technical Service and Parts Manual Electric Cooktop-2 Series (After Serial #17000000) (Includes Model CT30E-208/S & ICB) CT15E CTE15-2 CT15E CTE15-2 CT30E & EU & CT30E-208 CTE30-2 CT36E & EU CTE16-2 PUB 809096 Revision C - Dec 2008 Click here to download this file