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YOUR OVEN,S POWER SWITCH IS SHORT,TRY REPLACING IT.

Wolf Range Ovens | Answered on May 24, 2011


Hi

The issue can either be a bad electronic control/clock assembly or the oven temperature sensor (probe) has gone bad. To solve this issue start by checking the oven temp. sensor for 1100 ohms, if the rating is more then that then check the control and door switch and replace the part that is bad. Hope this helps...please post back for further assistance.

Daniel

Wolf Range... | Answered on Apr 08, 2011


I had the same problem with a Wolf L-Series double wall oven (Model DO30) and called for service (under extended warranty contract). The tech told me that the F1 error is a latch problem (you know the one that grabs and locks the door during self-clean cycles). He cleared the error using a series of "secret" button presses on the control panel and the problem cleared. Now, when it happens (which isn't very frequently), I do the same thing he did ... press "0" and "Temperature" for the oven causing the problem and hold them for about 5 seconds. The oven will ding and the display will show some diagnostics, including the error event. Press "Cook Time" and "Stop Time" while in this diagnostic mode to clear the error register, then press "Off". I've also tried to keep the area across the top of the oven opening clean (with a little degreaser), especially around the latch, and I've sprayed a bit of WD-40 into the latch periodically for lubrication and cleaning.

Wolf Range... | Answered on Jan 22, 2011


Hi,


If your electric oven is taking too long to heat or just not heating up right, then check out this tip that will give more detail about your problem.

Oven Problems Electric Oven is Heating Slowly or Poorly

heatman101


Wolf Range Ovens | Answered on Jan 11, 2011


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

Wolf Range Ovens | Answered on Jan 07, 2011


Hi,
Here is a tip that I wrote that will help figure out why the burner spark keepson clicking...

Gas Range RepairBurners Keep on Clicking
heatman101

Wolf Range Ovens | Answered on Sep 28, 2010


we have this same issue. any resolution? we also have an erro message on the display after use sometimes randomly. Thanks!

Wolf Range... | Answered on Aug 26, 2010


good day,
hope this link below will solve your problem.

ovens

Wolf Range... | Answered on Aug 02, 2010


If you can hear and see the spark lighting that acually means there is no gas entering. please check that you have have the pilot knob in possition and and and the pilot pibe and orifice is not blocked with dirt.

Wolf Range... | Answered on Jul 29, 2010


is the pilot lit?

Wolf Range... | Answered on Jun 22, 2010


Hi,
Pull out the bottom tray of your oven...under there you will see the heat shield over the burner...take out the screws holding that and the ignitor is all the way in the back beside the burner...


http://www.fixya.com/support/r3663023-oven_not_working_or_oven_not_heating

heatman101

Wolf Range... | Answered on Apr 15, 2010


Hello- Wow-  Sounds like the failure of one of the elements.  Sometimes there's a bright arc welding flash with it too. Look inside oven with flash light and inspect elements. If one of them is burned through, then it must be replaced. In some instances, control boards and other circuits can also be affected, but most work just fine when the element is replaced.     Please acknowledge this posted solution if helpful.                                   Have more info if needed- thanks-  Ed

Wolf Range Ovens | Answered on Mar 24, 2010


did you happen to figure out how to fix this? we have the same problem

Wolf Range Ovens | Answered on Mar 06, 2010


You may have top burner misaligned or bad electrode.

Wolf Range... | Answered on Mar 02, 2010


Wolf does not recommend use Easy Off, but this is the best cleaner for oven, just don't spray on it, wear gloves, spray on a rag and apply on to the porcelain surfaces, and other good all around cleaner is called Bar keeper's friend and you can pick it up at Safeway or ACE Hardware. Have fun.

Wolf Range... | Answered on Mar 02, 2010

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