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How do I remove the portion that holds the oil to clean?

How can i remove the cylinder from the actual deep fryer body, so that I can empty the oil and clean it?

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If I remember correctly, the manual that came with mine said that it is not removable. Pour out the oil and wipe the interior with a paper towel. (I wish it were removable!)

Posted on Jul 01, 2007

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Have to unscrew it and remove it. Havent tried it yet, but it is so dirty inside, I do need to try it.

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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