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I have a deep fat fryer and I lost the instructions it is a Euro Pro with Thermostat do I put the heating element in the oil? because it does not seem to work on the outside I can't put the cooking pot on it that way..HELP!!!!

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Re: Immersion Element (

This should be the info you need; on the left is the link for the user manual. Hope this helps - please ask again if you are unsure :)

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