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Bed Bath & BeyondHome > Gifts by Interest > Healthy Living > Big Boss™ Oil-Less Fryer. "Big Boss™Oil-Less ... Right size for family cooking, fried taste without oil, does what it is supposed to do ! ... I purchased a new one when my old Big Boss stopped working.
Some fryer valves have a safety lock, usually a slide on the handle near the valve body that must be released to open the valve. Check for this first. It's very rare for a fryer valve to stick unless it was forced shut with something partially blocking it. If not, let the fryer cool completely. Dip as much oil out as possible. Then disconnect the gas line and, with help, turn the fryer upside down draining the remaining oil into a suitable container. At this point, you have little to lose. Take a large wrench or piece of pipe to get more leverage and try to force it open and free it up. Do not use so much force that you damage the kettle. If you get it free, check to see that it does not leak before putting oil back in the fryer. If it leaks or fails to come free, replace the valve.
You should have a screw on drain valve that screws into the opening under the fryer, inside the door.. Once you have the drain valve screwed on, then open the valve and it will drain into whatever you set in front of it... If you need to order a drain valve, they are not expensive... I can get you a price if you need one... Susan @ Restaurant Equipment Outlet, Cinc, OH email@example.com or call me at 888-542-5959... I will need model number also.
After you have assembled the filtering machineprior to filtering, the powder must be spread evenly on top of the filter paper.Once you drain the oil, let it circulate on filter pan for about 5 minutes so that the powder will mix with oil before pumping it back to the fry tank. The powder helps to prolong the oil life.
Hi, Most fryers have a valve right inside the front door that you can place a bottle under and drain the oil right into it... If not then get a small diameter plastic hose from a hardware store and siphon the oil out...**** the oil up the hose till it is over the side of the fryer, then hold the vacuum and drop the hose over the side and lower then the oil level and the oil will start to siphon out...
Ther below taken straight from the RIVAL web site.
Remove the oil bowl by lifting the bowl straight up out of the plastic exterior. To replace oil bowl, be sure the brass guide post (between the 2 electric prongs on the bottom of the bowl) is aligned properly with the center hole of the receptacle in the bottom of the housing. The brass guide post should guide the electric prongs into the correct position. Firmly press on bowl to ensure it is positioned properly. Lid should close tightly. http://www.rivalproducts.com/help.aspx?helpNav=1