Question about Frymaster Dean H22 Deep Fryer
We have a Frymaster gas fryer and it intermittenly calls for help. We have checked the fan to make sure it is clean and it seems to be getting good air flow. Any other Ideas?
There should be some kind of spark sensor usually where the gas line plugs into the pot. There is one wire hooked to it take the sensor out and clean it good. Soot could be building up on it causing it to nolonger sense a flame.
Posted on Apr 19, 2012
I Found a manual on line for your electronic controls. The HELP display is telling you that you have a heating problem. The book says to shut the fryer off and call the frymaster Technical Service: 800-551-8633. Ask for a service tech. They could probably talk you through some things you could check. If you have and know how to use a voltage/ohm meter and a few tools they may even troubleshoot it over the phone with you. You might want to check all the safety switches first like oil drain valve switch. Listen to it when the HELP display comes on and see if the flame is still burning or trying to light, is the fan running? These things will help you explain what its doing. Hope this helps. kstfas P.S. If you are not familiar with electric and how easy it will make your hair curl......... HA. Do Not Attempt any tests that involve live circuits. Good Luck http://www.frymaster.com/general.asp?article=servicehome.xml http://www.frymaster.com/iframe.asp?oc=fry®ion=default&article=onlineliterature.xml
Posted on Oct 25, 2006
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