- How to enter self-clean mode
- Wall oven will not enter self-clean mode
- What products to use to clean the residue, discoloration from blue porcelain oven
- Oven is not completely clean after self-clean
- Can the self-clean cycle be stopped before it has completed?
- Does unit chime during self-clean?
For instructions on how to set and start the self-clean cycle, refer to the following resources:
- Dual Fuel Range Self-Clean Feature
- E Series Oven Self-Clean Feature
- L Series Oven Self-Clean Feature
- M Series Oven Self-Clean Feature
- SO24 Oven Self-Clean Feature
- Before using the self-clean feature, remove all oven racks and rack guides, as they will discolor if left in the oven during self-clean. Refer to Remove Oven Racks and Rack Guides.
- Remove the bake stone, if in place. Refer to Bake Stone Kit Use and Care Information for cleaning instructions.
- The oven door locks as soon as the self-clean cycle starts.
- The oven door unlocks during the cool down once temperatures have reached a safe level.
- The amount of time it takes for the oven to cool to a safe level varies.
- Running the unit before entering self-clean and ambient room temperature may impact cool down time.
- Older versions of Wolf wall ovens did not require pressing Enter twice to confirm self-clean mode. If the control board was replaced, press Enter two times to activate self-clean.
- The control panel counts down the time remaining for the clean to complete.
- Control panel shows three times:
- Far left is the time remaining.
- Middle is the time of day when the cycle will be complete.
- Far right shows the current time of day.
- Self-clean time can be adjusted. See Adjusting Oven Self-Clean Time Length.
- Surface burners are safe to use while the oven is self-cleaning.
- During self-clean, exterior surfaces may get hotter than usual, so children should be kept away.
- Unit will chime when self-clean is completed.
- See also:
- Dual Fuel and Ovens Interior Cleaning and Care Video
- Clean Oven Window
- No Heat Following Self-Clean
- HOT Indicator Appears on Dual Fuel during Self-Clean
- Dual Fuel and Ovens Smoke and Odor during Self-Clean
- Dual Fuel and Ovens Self-Clean Two Ovens at Once
- OPP Appears on Oven Control Knob
- Dual Fuel and L Series Wall Oven Bake Stone Error
- Cancel self-clean at any time by turning the unit off.
- If canceled, the door remains locked until the unit cools to a safe temperature level.
- Turning a unit off during self-clean is discouraged. Damage can occur if self-clean does not complete.
- How often a product needs self-cleaning varies based on use.
- Run self-clean as often as needed; typically it is not necessary more than a few times per year.
- For light debris, follow the other cleaning tips outlined in the Wolf Cleaning Reference.
- If self-clean does not clean the oven, see How to Clean Wolf Blue Porcelain Oven Interior.
Refer to the Wolf Cleaning Reference for product recommendations and further information.
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