Power Cycling on Induction Cooktop
- When using the Induction Cooktop at a high temperature or for long periods of time the power turns off but eventually comes back on.
- Induction cooktop powers off after using on high
- How long for power to return when the induction cooktop cycles off?
- Why does the induction burner turn off when using on high heat?
- Should the Induction Cooktop surface burner elements cycle on and off?
- Induction Range turning off when frying
- Induction shuts off when frying or cooking
The induction cooktop will cut back on power to protect the generator from overheating on high settings.
- When it gets too hot, it reduces the heat.
- After approximately 2 minutes, the unit will come back on full power; however, this time will vary based on the volume/mass of food in the pot or pan.
- The thermister that regulates the heat is in the middle of each burner element.
- Wolf CE Electric and CI Induction Cooktop Power Level Indicator
- Wolf Induction Cooktop or Induction Range Cooktop Does Not Work
- Wolf Electric or Induction Cooktop Not Heating Properly
If the issue continues regardless of which burner is in use or the amount of food in the pot or pan, no further troubleshooting advice is available. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.
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