Delayed Ignition Causing BurnsAbout 24,000 Wolf Appliance Gas Ranges are being recalled because there is a delay in the ignition of the gas in the 18-inch oven. This can cause a flash of flames to be projected at a consumer when the range door is opened, posing a burn hazard to consumers.
So far, Wolf has received 97 reports of units experiencing delayed ignition, including 15 minor burns.
This recall involves the following Wolf Appliance 48-Inch gas ranges with model numbers: P48, PS48 and R48. The gas ranges are stainless steel with a double oven. A "Wolf" appliance logo is on the front of the larger oven door. the ranges were sold at home builders and appliance stores nationwide from January 1998 through June 2008 for between $5,000 and $9,000.
SEPT-04-08: Wolf Appliance Recalls Gas Ranges Due to Burn Hazard [CPSC: WOLF GAS RANGE RECALL]
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Last updated on Sep-4-08