Wolf Induction or Electric Cooktop Burner Pulsating
- Induction or Electric Cooktop pulsates while in use
- Surface burner or element continuously turns off and on
- Induction or Electric Cooktop high-frequency pulsation technology
- Electric Cooktop burner blinks while in use
It is normal for Wolf Induction and Electric Cooktop burners to pulsate during use.
- Burners may be solid on high power setting and start pulsing as temperature is lowered.
- Low temperatures with large cooking loads may allow the burner to darken before pulsing back on.
- Using high-frequency pulsation technology, the power to the elements rapidly cycle and adjust to maintain temperature.
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