Wolf Appliance Recalls Gas Ranges Due to Burn Hazard

RELEASE DATE September 03 2008
MANUFACTURER Wolf Appliance Inc
BRANDS Wolf
UNITS About 24,000
HAZARD Delayed ignition of gas in the 18-inch oven can cause a flash of flames to be projected at a consumer when the range door is opened, posing a burn hazard to consumers.
DESCRIPTION This recall involves the following Wolf Appliance 48-Inch gas ranges. The gas ranges are stainless steel with a double oven. A "Wolf" appliance logo is on the front of the larger oven door.
INCIDENTS/INJURIES There have been 97 reports of units experiencing delayed ignition, including 15 minor burns. There have been no reports of fires or property damage.
SOLD AT Home builders and appliance stores nationwide. 
SOLD DATES January 1998 through June 2008
MANUFACTURED IN USA
REMEDY  Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled gas range 18-inch oven and contact the manufacturer to schedule a free, in-home repair. The large oven and all cooktop burners are not affected and may be used.
CONSUMER CONTACT Contact Phone: (866) 643-6408
Contact Site: www.wolfappliance.com
SOURCE U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission

Recalled Models

Brand NameProduct NameModel NumberSerial Number
WolfGas Range P48, PS48, R48 Any
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