Question about Frymaster Dean 2424G Deep Fryer
It could be a faulty high limit, you can also check the high limit probe to insure it is mounted securely against the through tube wall in the grease. Also check the burner, there are baffles that run through it and when they get old the flames don't move though the burner correctly and will cause the high limit to trip prematurely
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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