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Model 14RSUFM w/purple computer won't come out of the boil out

Fryer he4ats grease to 215 degrees, won't continue to heat

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You could have a bad t'stat. If you turn your t'stat to say 400 degrees does it get hotter ? If so, then all it may need is calibrating.

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