Among Wolf range pros and cons, the brand’s high-tech features are one of the reasons many choose this quality appliance. One of these features includes the oven’s use of error codes to alert you when a malfunction occurs. But these codes won’t help solve the problem if you don’t know what they mean. We’ll decipher common Wolf error codes like F1, OPP, and 09 so you and your oven are speaking the same language.
Codebreaking 101: Deciphering Wolf Oven Error Codes
When an oven malfunction occurs owner’s manuals have a way of disappearing and online searches can seem confusing. Our guide to the most frequent Wolf oven error codes will discuss what the code means and how to fix the problem.
Wolf Oven Error Code F1
A Wolf wall oven f1 error code indicates a door latch malfunction. This most often occurs after a self-clean cycle when the door is automatically locked for the duration of the self-clean function.
To fix the problem and clear the error code, turn the unit off at the circuit breaker. After waiting 60 seconds, turn the circuit breaker back on and set the oven to bake mode. The error code should clear. Alternatively, the following steps can also clear this code:
- Press the “0” and “Temperature” buttons on the control panel simultaneously
- Hold both buttons down for 5 seconds
- The oven will beep while the display panel flashes diagnostic numbers and symbols
- During this display hold down the “Cook Time” and “Stop Time” buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds
- Press Off to clear the error code and resume oven function
Wolf Oven Error Code OPP
Your Dual-Fuel Wolf oven will show error code OPP if you attempt to use one oven while the other is in self-cleaning mode. As a safety precaution against excessive heat and electrical usage, one oven cannot be used in any capacity while the other is undergoing a self-cleaning. To clear the code, turn the oven circuit breaker off for 60 seconds before turning it on again.
If your oven is not in self-clean mode, sometimes a Wolf oven shows error code OPP if the door latch is blocked. Check to make sure that the oven racks or another object aren’t obstructing the latch before clearing the code.
Wolf Oven Error Code OE
While some Wolf oven error codes can be easily rectified or cleared, error code OE on a Duel-Fuel unit indicates a more significant issue. This code usually signifies that power to the oven relay board may have shorted out. The oven’s relay board is a computerized board inside the oven that processes commands. If power to the unit is cut short, it won’t be able to relay messages to your oven.
To fix the problem turn the oven off at the circuit breaker and wait 60 seconds. If the code isn’t cleared after turning the oven circuit breaker back on the relay board or its circuitry requires professional replacement.
Wolf Oven Error Code OC
Wolf Oven fault code OC on an oven knob window indicates a loss of communication with the oven controller. Here’s how to assess the oven controller and clear the code:
- Turn the oven off at the circuit breaker
- Remove the oven knob that’s displaying the error code
- Make sure metal components inside knob are clean and free of moisture
- Replace knob
- Turn circuit breaker back on to clear code
Wolf Oven Error Code 09
Wolf oven fault code 09 indicates a problem with the oven sensor. An oven’s temperature sensor works with the control board to regulate fluctuations in the oven’s internal temperature while it’s cooking.
Again, you can turn the oven off at the circuit breaker for 60 seconds and turn it back on to try clearing the code. If the code remains, it’s likely that the oven sensor has malfunctioned and requires replacement.
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