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Hi need sper part for pitco fryer flame failure valve model no 14

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It sounds like you are not recieving a heat feedback signal. It may be as simple as cleaning your flame sensor, using a emery cloth/ scotchbright. Be sure that all gas is turned to the on positions. Also that any safty high limits are closed / reset.


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