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My pitco fryer, we used fry out, we are still getting black flacks in the water from the equipment, what can we do?

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SOURCE: Wiring diagrammed of Pitco model 7-2wkss

Sorry to break this to you but all pitco fryer model numbers start with an S, please make sure what manufacture this fryer is made by.

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Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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SOURCE: Pitco Frialator Model 14S

Excellent reason to use Dormont flex lines.
If water gets to your combination valve (the thing with the on-off knob,) it should be replaced. Can you hear gas hissing? If there is gas at the orifice, it should light. check to see that all of the air is purged. Can you smell gas?

Posted on Sep 30, 2008

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SOURCE: Lighting the fryer

If this is a milivolt unit, meaning no solid-state or computer/digital controlled. You would need to turn your gas valve to the pilot position, then press in and hold until you can light the pilot using a lighter (this may take several minutes, to bleed the air from gas supply) once there is a pilot flame present, you will need to hold the valve button in for about 45 seconds to heat the thermalpile. Once pilot is lit, thene turn to on position and proceeed to turning thermostate to set temp.

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SOURCE: my pitco frialator chips fryer diplaying CFG error

CFG error on controller board can be cleared by resetting the controller back to factory setting and by doing this, all program added after the factory setting will be erased so you have to reprogram them again.
Programming guides are downloadable at PITCO site on http://www.middleby.com

Posted on Jun 06, 2011

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Try removing the oil and boil out the fry tank.
Fryer cleaning manual is downloadable on PITCO site at http://www.middleby.com

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In the event of problems with or questions about you
equipment, please contact the Pitco Frialator Authorized
Service and Parts representative (ASAP) covering
you area, through the National Service Network
at:
(800)298-1862 US only, 24 hours

In the event of problems with or questions about you
order, please contact the Pitco Frialator factory, from
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Eastern Standard Time, Monday
through Friday, toll-free at:
(800)258-3708 US and Canada only or
(603)225-6684 World Wide

I work on these things often, and suggest you get someone "qualified" and "trained" to work on it.

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3.Remove the sensing bulb from the brackets inside the fry pot.
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any high heat pipe sealant for stainless steel should suffice for this.

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