The ovens are no longer under warranty, and my zip code is 84124. The problem I have with the authorized service center is that they charge a fortune if you have Wolf ovens. In our area, service calls are $50-100, and last time they serviced my ovens they charged me $800 for labor for a 15 minute service call. To diagnose the problem, I paid $150 and then when the parts were installed, the labor component was more than $800. It makes me feel stupid to have paid that amount, and I don't want to do it again.
The fan that turns on when the oven gets hot started chirping, sounding like a bird actually. My husband thought it sounded like a leaf stuck in a fan belt. Anyway, now the fan blades I can see in the back of the oven have stopped turning completely. I am afraid to run the clean cycle because it worries me that if it gets too hot, it may burn up the control panel components. I still have the second bottom oven that works perfectly, but I would like to get it fixed.
Yes, it was Appliance Service by Paul. Is there another one? They aren't listed on the Wolf website.
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Thank you for that information! It is well worth $25.
One other question. If the ovens can't be fixed, can you suggest another good brand?
Perfect. Just what I wanted to know. Thanks.