- "Stone," "Bake Stone In," or "No Bake Stone" appear in display
- Bake stone element not recognized when plugged into receptacle
- Bake stone element is sensed when not plugged into receptacle
- At what serial number was the bake stone heating element receptacle removed from the DF models?
- Differences between the original series bake stone and after serial number 16000000
Steps to Verify Issue:
Dual Fuel Ranges prior to serial number 16000000 had a bake stone heating element sales accessory that plugged into a receptacle near the bottom of the back oven wall. This element must be plugged in when using Bake Stone Mode.
- If the calrod heating element for the bake stone is plugged in and not recognized, the element receptacle may be bad. Unplug the element, plug it in, and test it again.
- If the bake stone error appears when the bake stone is not in place, reset the white ceramic plug and retest unit operation. The ceramic plug covers the bake stone element receptacle when the bake stone is not in use.
- It is possible for all other modes to work properly with the bake stone heating element plugged into the receptacle. However, Wolf suggests unplugging the element when the oven is not in use.
- If these steps do not resolve the issue, no further troubleshooting advice is available. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.
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