Question about Frymaster Dean MJH50-SD Deep Fryer
I need to repair a control board in a Frymaster spaggetti Majic II. The board has a blown resistor and of course all the info on the resistor was blown away with it.
The part # for the board is a 1060371 and the resistor I need is located at R-20 on the board.
Frymaster is offering me the complete board at a little over 400.00 but it's hard to pay that when all I need is a 20 cent resistor. They are no more help then that.
Let me know if you can help me out.
Tim - West Coast Equipt. of FL
I agree I have been working on frymaster fryers for 6 years and I have 16 McDonalds that I service.Replace the board if you repair the board something else will blow out a cpl weeks later.
Posted on Apr 19, 2012
Tim, I am a commercial hvac, refrigeration, and commercial kitchen equipment mechanic. I have rebuilt many of those units. While the notion that all it might be is a 20 cent resister is noble, you are forgetting that this particular circuit has been in service in airborn oil, dust, moisture, spices AND MORE THAT attack ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC/COMPUTERIZED equipment.
After many years of repairing vrs replacing, the failure rate was so high in other components and circuits that I realized it just wasn't worth it. Its NOT JUST THE COST OF SERVICE AND PARTS, but also THE DOWNTIME AND LOST SALES you need to take into consideration as well.
Take it from a professional, REPLACE THE BOARD!!!
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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