Wolf Range Risers: Bolted or Not?

SparklingWaterJune 27, 2013

If anyone who has a Wolf range with a 5" or 10" stainless steel riser would check and answer this, we'd be very appreciative.

Is the Wolf 10" riser bolted to the range after removal of the island trim filler strip or does it, upon straight vertical installation downward until it can go no further, rest as it is?

Funny, I can't find pictures of Wolf riser bolts when searching Wolf accessories and on ehow how to install a Wolf riser (link) it suggests the above.

Here is a link that might be useful: link

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I have the 5" riser. After assembling the riser, you remove two bolts from the back of the range, slide the riser into place, then replace those two bolts.

I have the older model gas range, though, and the newer model is somewhat different. You would assemble the riser, then remove the back panel from the range by removing some screws on each side, then position the riser in place and attach it with three screws on each side, then reattach the back panel.

This post was edited by jellytoast on Fri, Jun 28, 13 at 16:17

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