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Wolf Range model # DF364-C-LP. Getting an error message "ERR OC" on the panel. Over was preheating when it turned off.

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Hi,
According to the service manuel for this unit you will need to replace your controller, somehow you lost communication. Part number you will need is 806827.
Before you order this I would locate you local dealer or call Wolf and look into the warranty status, this repair should be done by a certified technician.
Call 888-833-0306 this is a distributor of Wolf and can get you the part you need, or 1-800-919-8324 for factory assistance to get this problem taken care of or direct you to a servicer in your area.
This part is pricey, and not easy to have changed out. I have changed one before and is tricky to work with the bullnose on this unit.
I know this information is not what you wanted, but at least I and able to direct you in the correct direction to repair this problem.
I hope this was helpful

I’m happy to help further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/gere_bf68e6055dd61249

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