Question about Kitchen Appliances - Others
What kind of fryer are you working on? American Range only manufactures commercial gas fryers. An American Range fryer thermostat is designed to work with a thermopile and a millivolt gas valve, 1500 mV maximum and almost no amperage. The American range thermostat is part number A50400. I can't find any reference to Model E-289 associated with American Range. The only residential products they make are ranges, cooktops, and wall ovens.
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
It is possible that the heater is shortened and it burns thermostat. Thermostat's are usually bimetal type mounted on ceramic so voltage does not matter a much.
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