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Hi I am looking for a rival deep fryer with auto shut off and it has to be big enough to fry french fries for four people.I live in Oshawa ontario canada and would like to know where to go by one or order on line.Could you please tell me. Thank you Mary Demerchant

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Walmart here's a good one Rival 4 Liter Deep Fryer CZF725

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