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We have a HOBART HFD50 Fryer 208V 3 phase. The inoperative unit has power to it but when turned on and as soon as the power is sent to the heating coils the unit completely shuts off? No errors indicated?

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You have a short or other malfunction in the electrical/electronics/computer system and the system is shutting down on safety systems.

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  • Stephen Kish Feb 05, 2009

    one further thought, CHECK BETWEEN ALL 3 LEGS, power to ensure 208V, line 1/2, line 1/3, line 2/1, line 2/3, line 3/1, line 3/2. A blown fuse on one leg might very well be your problem!



    A quick way to test the fuses, take one side of your voltmeter and connect it to the metal case. Set the meter to a range capable or reading 208 volts. Your 208 volts might also read 220 volts, or your 220 volts might read 208 volts. Checking from the fuse in to ground should give you between 100 to 120 volts. Check both sides of the fuse hot line to the ground. If you find any fuse/breaker, or wiring connection that doesn't continue to read the 110/120 voltage, that line is open or not carrying power!

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I may be wrong here......
But I've been around Electricity for a long time.
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