Question about Wolf Range Kitchen Ranges
We have a very new (1 month) Wolf range, and after our cleaning peron came, the ignitors on 4 out of 6 burners no longer work. You can hear the clicking, and the gas turns on, but the burners don't light. Any idea what the problem might be? Do we have to get it serviced already? And what might our cleaner have done to cause this to happen?
The cleaner most likely got soap or debri in the gas orifice, this is where the gas goes into the the burner cap. If you can see a spark/light then the ignitors are working properly, just not getting fuel to the area. Pull the burner cap off, check area for particles on/in bruner. Take a twist tie and strip the outer covering off, Use it to clean out the orifice for the gas. Burner ring has an area where the gas comes in. Ensure it too is free of any debri.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it were the gas regulator, existing flames would go down as more burners are turned on.
There are set screws on the pilot fittings that come out of the manifold, you could try turning those Counter-clockwise to turn the pilots up. (Don't loosen them all the way, they will fall out!) If that doesn't work chances are the pilot stems will have to be replaced to get a higher pilot flame.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
UPDATE to Solution #1: I just went to the Wolf Appliance website and found that the recall is still active, at least for the 48" models. Here's the URL: http://www.wolfappliance.com/recall.aspx There are instructions, affected models and serial numbers, etc. You can also call the "Rework Hotline" at 866-643-6408 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
They probably cleaned the stove and in replacing the parts of the burner switched the rings on top of the burner. This happened to me. While they look alike, the round rings, not the flat disks, have to be on the right burner in order for the electron spark to ignite the gas. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
replace the electrode that's the wire or pilot tip, it has a sensor built in, when it gets hot it stops automatically. if the electrode is between the front and rear burners, there are small holes on the burners going down on the side of the burner facing the ignition. they need to be clean. try a paper clip and insert the clip in side the holes.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
I have a Wolf Gas Range and initially my igniter incessantly sparked. I noticed that the igniter is cracked. Do I need to replace it and if so how do I replace it? The electrical wire to the igniter became disconnected; should sticking it back into the igniter cause it to work?
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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