Wolf Error Codes 0E – How to fix? by HoustonAuthorizedRepair.com
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• Diagnostic Mode allows the Service Technician to inspect the functionality of the Oven Controller and Relay boards. Entering a key combination on the display panel will allow the Service Technician to enter Diagnostic Mode. • In Diagnostic Mode the last seven errors that have occurred to the oven controlling all the relays on the relay board and controller feedback of temperature and switches will be displayed. • The Electronic Control Housing will display last error code recorded in the Cook Time digit area, with Stop Time digits displaying the number that the error was recorded, number 1 being the most recent. The software version will be displayed in the Time of Day digits and current oven cavity temperature will be shown in the display window of the Oven Temperature Control Knob.
INITIATING DIAGNOSTIC MODE:
To initiate Diagnostic Mode, oven control knob bezel must be in the OFF position. Now, press and hold CLOCK key and TIMER key for 3 seconds. (See Figure 3-60)
The ambient cavity temperature will be displayed in the temperature readout knob. Now, turn the oven temperature readout knob to the right seven separate times, this will toggle from error code 1 thru 7. (See Figure 3-62)
To return to error code number one, turn oven temperature readout knob to the left seven separate times. (See Figure 3-63)
The software version will be displayed in the hours and minutes display of the clock. (See Figure 3-64)
• Once diagnostic mode is entered, there is a 2 minute time out, which is restarted each time a key is pressed. • To clear error codes once unit has been fixed, press the CLEAR key. • To exit Diagnostic Mode, press the ENTER key.
Error codes can give a visual and audible alarm. The visual indication will be “Err” displayed in the Cook Time digits and the number or letter of the error code will be displayed in the Stop Time digits of the Electronic Control Housing. The Oven Temperature Readout Knob will also show “Err” in the display window. The last seven errors will be stored in the EEPROM for recall when in diagnostic mode.
|ERROR CODE||POSSIBLE CAUSE||TEST / ACTION|
|0E||• Power relay shorted, sensed as closed when should be open||Replace relay board|
|• Failure of element circuit||Replace relay board|
|• Failure of relay drive circuitry||Replace relay board|