Question about Wolf Range CHR-10-229-FT11 Kitchen Range
We have a wolf 6 burner stove with a 24" griddle and two ovens. It's probably 15 years old or so.
We have been having a big problem with the gas cutting off to the ovens. The pilot oges out and there is no gas. Sometimes it takes a while to re-ignite holding the button down and lighting manually. Sometimes it works quicker. The problem has been getting progressively worse.
I was wondering if it is possibly the thermocoupler which sits just adjacent to the flame. Is that a sensor that turns off the gas?
Any advice on this problem would be appreciated.
If your Wolf has pilot light, most cases dirty pilot light (flame looks yellow, normal flame looks blue), you have to disassemble the pilot light to clean it, thermocouple connection is loose, bad thermocouple or bad oven safety valve. you can try change the thermocouple first, if it did not solve the problem, then it will be bad oven safety valve. You can buy thermocouple thru Hardware store. Have fun.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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