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Wolf Electric Oven Cancel Self-Clean


  • How to cancel self-clean
  • Can a self-clean cycle be canceled?
  • What happens if power is lost during a self-clean?


Turning a unit off during self-clean is discouraged. Damage can occur if self-clean does not complete.

If canceled or interrupted, the door stays locked until the unit cools to a safe temperature level.

  • The amount of time it takes for the oven to cool to a safe level varies. 
  • It may take an hour or more for the oven to cool and unlock, depending on factors such as ambient room temperature.

If power is lost during a self-clean, the unit will return to its idle state.

  • After power is restored, the cooling fan will continue to run if the oven is still hot. This is considered normal.

To Cancel Self-Clean:

Cancellation of self-clean is different for Wall Ovens and Dual Fuel or Induction Ranges:

  • On the Wall Ovens, press the desired oven Off key.
  • The Dual Fuel or Induction Range bezel can be rotated to the Off position.
  • For double ovens or 48" or 60" Dual Fuel Ranges, only the oven that was being cleaned will stay locked.

Additional Resources:

For instructions on how to set and start the self-clean cycle, refer to:

Refer to the product Use and Care Guide for further information.


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