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Wolf 36" dual fuel model DF364G no power. I found the circuit breaker tripped. Still no power after restting the breaker. what could be the problem?

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SOURCE: my oven tripps the circuit breaker when turned on

When the inside of the ovens gets hot like that what happens is that the hating leements expands with the heat and when the do the short out on the side of the oven. I just noticed the date but this is still the problem.

Posted on Dec 25, 2008

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It is probably an element that is causing the trouble, as it gets hotter, the insulation resistance breaks down, and if there is a weak spot or hot spot it causes the trip to operate.
I'm afraid it is a question of elmination, trying different functions, until you isolate the problem.

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Remove power for a few minutes...plug back in to see if it responds.
If control panel still doesn't respond...it may be time for home visit by repair guy.

That control panel is the "brains" of the unit...power surge may have fried it.

Posted on Jul 23, 2011

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I would start by replacing the breaker. They do become weak over time.

Posted on Dec 06, 2012

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