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Fryer heats up but does
You may need to calibrate the new thermostat and in doing so, you will need a calibrated thermometer with sensor dipped in oil at about one (1) inch above the fryer thermostat sensing bulb.
Record the cut-off temp (when indicator light goes off) and compare it with the thermostat setting.
The thermostat has a calibration screw ( - ) recessed in the middle of the shaft, you will see the when you pull off the thermostat knob. this calibration screw can be turned by a precision screw driver, turn clockwise to decrease the cut-off temperature ; turn counterclockwise to increase the cut-off temperature.
Just make sure that the unit is preheated or have cycled at least 5 to 8 times and the oil is new before performing the calibration.
on Nov 13, 2014
Wells electric fryer model f-67 wont reset
Hi there! If hi limit wont reset when button is pushed, there might be a mechanical problem inside the part which prevents t from resetting, you have to replace the part.
Visit www.middleby.com and select wells to find the nearest authorized parts dealer near your area.
on Jan 28, 2013
Hi I believe I have
Running the fryer with no oil will over heat the coil very quickly...this caused the element to burn out...
That element will be replaceable...
If you call these guys you should be able to purchase a new element from them...
on Nov 23, 2010
Model FGS-40 Ser Fe 1959 How do I change it from
By purchasing a natural to propane conversion kit & it also might require the burner orfices to be changed out too. By contacting Wells@ 888-492-2782 with your model & serial # in front of you, they will be able to give you the part #s needed. If they will not sell you the parts then you can probably purchase them from Stove Parts Supply in Ft. Worth Texas
on Jul 25, 2009
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