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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: problems with fryer
your problem is the thermostat is bad.the reason it shuts down is that it trips the hi limit.the hi limit is a saftey device that shuts the system down so the oil doesnt get too hot and catch on fire.remove all the oil from the tank and you should see 2 skinny metal bulbs one is the hi limit bulb the other is the t-stat bulb,make sure they are secured to the bracket.if the t-stat bulb isnt you will also have this issue,simply reattach it.let me know.
Posted on Nov 11, 2007
SOURCE: Possible Control board problem
You may not necessarily need a new control panel. Sometimes the oven temperature can be calibrated. Look in your owner's manual (if you have one) for calibration instructions. This will usually take care of the problem. If not, you may have to replace the oven sensor located inside the oven in the upper right or left hand corner of the back wall. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
can you see lower (bake) element or is it hidden(under the oven floor). a visual inspection of elemnet is usually all that is required to determine if its good or not, It will have a "burn out" in it perhaps a plume of white soot around damaged area.in which case you will need to replace the element. simple enough 2screws and 2 wires part number 74010750.. if it is a "hidden" bake elemnt the floor oh oven lifts rightup to reveal it."POWER MUST BE TURNED OFF!!!!!!!! IT IS A CONSTSANTLY LIVE ELEMENT!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
The heater relay is located on the control board, a faulty relay or a faulty control board would cause the problem you have described. The fix is to replace the control board. Parts for your unit should be available from most appliance parts retailers, if there is not one local to you, the part is available at www.apliancepartspro.com. along with an exploded view of your unit
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Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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