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Wolf Appliances


At Snyder Diamond, we believe in the power of a good home-cooked meal shared with family and friends. But to accomplish this you need the right tools in your kitchen. Luckily, Wolf brings decades of cooking expertise, power and finesse in to the home with their professional kitchen appliances. In 2000, the Sub-Zero Group introduced Wolf kitchen appliances, bringing state-of-the-art temperature control into the hands of home cooks everywhere with an impressive fifty-product-launch. Wolf appliances are refined by more than 8 decades of commercial kitchen experience, durability, technology, and design making Wolf the ideal kitchen companion to Sub-Zero refrigeration.

Innovation. Craftsmanship. Design. Wolf provides the service of a family-owned and operated company, with a professional and proven kitchen pedigree, and products built and tested to last for more than 20 years allowing you to create predictably delicious dishes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Cleaning a Wolf oven is simple. Start by removing racks and wiping away loose debris. Use a non-abrasive cleaner and a soft cloth to clean the interior. For stubborn stains, make a paste with baking soda and water. Avoid using harsh chemicals and abrasive materials.

If you're experiencing issues with your Wolf gas range, check the gas supply, burner ignition, and burner flame. Ensure the gas valve is open, and the burner ports are clean and free from debris. If the issue persists, consult the user manual or contact a professional for assistance.

To use the self-cleaning feature on a Wolf oven, remove racks and any excessive debris. Close the oven door and select the self-cleaning mode on the control panel. Follow the instructions provided in the user manual for the duration and proper ventilation during the self-cleaning cycle.

Some common issues with Wolf cooktops include uneven heating, burner ignition problems, or gas supply issues. If you notice any of these problems, ensure the burners are clean, the gas supply is connected properly, and the ignition system is working correctly. If the issue persists, consult a professional for assistance.

To calibrate the temperature of a Wolf oven, start by preheating the oven to a specific temperature. Use an oven thermometer to measure the actual temperature. If there is a difference, consult the user manual for specific instructions on how to adjust the oven's temperature calibration.

Cleaning the grates on a Wolf gas range can be done by removing them and soaking them in warm, soapy water. Use a soft brush or sponge to scrub away any residue. Rinse the grates thoroughly and dry them before placing them back on the range.

To replace the igniter on a Wolf oven, turn off the gas and electricity to the appliance. Remove the oven racks and access panel to locate the igniter. Disconnect the wires and remove the mounting screws. Install the new igniter, reconnect the wires, and secure it with the mounting screws. Restore the gas and electricity, and test the oven.

To adjust the flame on a Wolf gas cooktop, start by turning off the burner. Remove the knob and locate the flame adjustment screw. Turn the screw clockwise to increase the flame or counterclockwise to decrease it. Replace the knob and test the flame to ensure it is adjusted to the desired level.

Cleaning the ventilation hood filters on a Wolf range involves removing the filters and soaking them in warm, soapy water. Use a soft brush to scrub away grease and debris. Rinse the filters thoroughly and allow them to dry completely before reinstalling them.

To program the timer on a Wolf microwave, press the "Timer" button on the control panel. Use the number pad to enter the desired time. Press the "Start" or "Timer Start" button to begin the countdown. The microwave will beep when the time is up.