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There's no really easy way. Let the oil cool. Place a piece of foil over one side of the rim and then use a ladle to remove as much of the oil as possible. Then remove the foil and quickly invert the fryer, not giving the last of the oil a chance to get around the edge of the rim. Wipe the rim with a paper towel before turning it right side up. Doing all this over a piece of newspaper help to control the mess.
Oil wears out and gets contaminated. If you overload the fryer the temperature will drop and your food will adsorb it and contaminate it. Watch the temperature when you load it, I had a limit of 10F drop. Pre-cooking your frozen items will help a lot. I would replace the oil on a weekly basis depending on your volume. Empty the fryer, clean it and filter the oil every day. This will help a lot.
Hi there, the best way I have found to clean a deep fryer is to empty it of the oil and fill it up with 1/3 water and detergent, turn it on but dont close the lid, or if you do close the lid carefully monitor it otherwise it will spill over and let the water boil after about 10mins turn it off and wipe away the ****, empty the water out fill it again with just water, same again for 10mins, empty it and wipe it clean with a cloth
Ther below taken straight from the RIVAL web site.
Remove the oil bowl by lifting the bowl straight up out of the plastic exterior. To replace oil bowl, be sure the brass guide post (between the 2 electric prongs on the bottom of the bowl) is aligned properly with the center hole of the receptacle in the bottom of the housing. The brass guide post should guide the electric prongs into the correct position. Firmly press on bowl to ensure it is positioned properly. Lid should close tightly. http://www.rivalproducts.com/help.aspx?helpNav=1