Question about Frymaster Dean H17-SC Deep Fryer
You could possibly have too much draft under the fryer which when the main burner shuts off, it is extingusing the pilot. Check and make sure that the hood is protecting the pilot itself and that the flame is aimed directly at the burner hole positions.
Posted on Nov 10, 2014
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Pull and clean burner and pilot assembly and the fire area. Make sure exhaust area is clear. Burner may have debris clogging holes or inside of burner. It is ok to wash with water but dry before reinstalling. Jets may be clogged too. Using it the way it is now may cause flashback and may damage unit or operator. Good Luck. If this solution does not rate at least an (Almost There), Please do not rate.
Oct 11, 2007 | Frymaster Dean MJCFESC Deep Fryer
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