Question about Wolf Range WKGD-1 Gas Single Oven
I have an old wolf convection oven with a manual pilot and a baso gas valve. after following the leads from the motor and lights, I managed to get the lights to work. I changed the switches for both the fan motor and the lights. The unit was working well for half the day, but now the pilot comes on but the burners wont fire up. I jumped the thermostat and it did not solve the problem. I was tapping the solenoid on the baso valve and when my screwdriver touched it and a small electrical "fliberdigibit" behind the valve, the burners fired right up! I dont know what the thing is behind the valve but it has a lead coming from the solenoid valve and a lead coming from the t-stat. help! It wont fire up again... could the solenoid be failing?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no gas to oven
Hello, even though the igniter is glowing it does not mean it is drawing the correct amps to open the safety valve. If your igniter is glowing orange replace it. Igniters should glow brillient yellow to the point where you cant look at it. replace the igniter and you will be good to go. Good Luck!! Mike
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
SOURCE: I've owned a 30" Wolf
heres about the cheapest solution to try goto www.marcone.com under contact us there is a 1800 number this is the cheapest appliance parts dealer and the largest in the world .Yes you can replace the ignitors and the leads would be termed as harnesses not quite sure what you are refering to switches that sit on top of gas valves though do you have a site or a picture also send your model number as well and when you goto marcone just get a quoted price from them and then check wolf as well the manufacturer if you have any further questions message me back and please remember when our chat has concluded to rank how this opinion has helped Thanks again Rick
p.s about the most reasonable path would be to take out the ol multimeter and assure that you have the same amount of voltage going to each ignitor in most ovens this is controled by a spark modulator you can also remove each ignitor and do continuity tests on them to assure they are functioning properly as well remember to message me back your model number
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
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