Question about Imperial IFS75 Deep Fryer
Replaced 750 millivolt thermopile
Is the pilot flame hitting the thermocouple? If yes... and it is tightened "snug"...check high limit. Bypass by connecting wires that go to it. If operation is normal then replace high limit (before using fryer)
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
I work with these vats in my business and it has been common in my experience that the pilot area needs to be cleaned. Take a paper clip or the like and clean the pilot area where the gas comes in. Make sure your gas line is not crimped. If you are handy, you may can take apart the orifice itself and clean it. Usually, I would say replace the thermopile. Make sure it is set close enough to the pilot so that it can heat up well enough to call for the gas.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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