Question about Imperial IFS-40 - Gas Deep Fryer - 40 Lb - Tube Type - 15-1/2" Wide
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to change the regulator,gas valve and burner orfices and possibly the pilot.If you have a commercial fryer go to 3wire.com and you will find the part's you need.Any questions?
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
1.You will need to change the pilot orifice and the burner orifices
2. You may need to change the gas control valve. Some gas control valves are made for natural gas and some are made for LP. They have regulators built-in, that deliver the correct pressure respectively. Natural gas is 3.5 inches of water column, LP is 10 inches of water column.
Some manufacturers sell kits to change the spring in the regulator from Nat to LP
You would need a parts breakdown on the specific model number of your fryer to find the parts you need. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
Is this fryer propane?It sounds like the baffles in the tank are clogged.If you remove a burner shine a light in the baffle,if you see alot of soot use a shop vac and clean it out.Let me know.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
When the whole unit shuts down including the pilot light the thermocouple is not working properly. The thermocouple is what tells the gas safety valve that the pilot light is lighted. When the thermocouple fails and does not send the milli-volt (mv) signal to the gas safety valve due a failure the gas safety valve turns off the gas supply. (i.e total shut down)
If you have a handyman around you can have him disconnect the thermocouple from the gas valve control and clean the mating area in the gas valve and on the bitter end of the thermocouple. After cleaning then reconnect the thermocouple. This sometimes corrects the problem. FYI you can get a thermocouple at most any large appliance parts supply. (You will need to the know total length) It would be even better to have the old one in hand during the trip to the parts store.
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Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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