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Won't reach temperature

My fryer will not get above 250 degrees. Anyone have a similar issue. I purchased a new element and control panel. Used not more than 6 times and now having this issue. I'll never buy another Euro product.

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If everything electrically is ok, there might be a reason outside of fryer:
- power voltage is lower then required for nominal power (borrow voltmeter and check)
- the fryer is positioned at drafty place so it get's cooled up by air.

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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Why does fryer shut down when it hits 200 degrees


The thermostat? If your thermostat works normal, it should switch off the heater when the temperature is reached. Perhaps there is a last security, when it really gets to hot it will trip and you have can't use it till that is repaired. Perhaps you replace the thermostat. Or if a new thermostat is almost as expensive as a new fryer, buy a new fryer.

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My Pitco fryer heats up and operate normally at 250 degrees when I set to 300 degrees, it heats up and when it reached 300 degrees, it shuts down bunner as well as the pilot light


CHECK THE SMALL SOLINOID THAT FEED THE PILOT IF THAT OPENES EVERYTIME THE FRYER STARTES THERES YOUR PROBLEM REPLACE IT AND ALL SHOULD BE WELL

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Yo! the Dang pan has to be filled and on the burner which makes contact with the auto shut off sensor that is measuring the temp of the pan. The weight of the filled pan holds that Lil temp sensor down and allows the gas to continuously flow as if you were holding that Lil red button. So after hours of trying to light it without the pan you should find that it does work with the filled pan on the burner holding the red button, stick a match in the hole and let the button go and watch the blue flames flow. My gripe now is that it shuts off after the oil temp reaches 250 to 260 degrees then you have to reignite. Oh yeah my 10lb Turkey was crazy tasty.

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What is the reason for the reset button keep poping out on the dean sm35gm


Hi there!
Reset button of hi-limit switch will only pop-out when its sensing bulb sensed temperature higher tha 450F (trip temperature of hi-limit). Theramostat may be bad allowing oil to reach temp above 450F causing hi-limit to trip-off or hi-limit itself is bad tripping-off at temperature lower than 450F.
Check also the position of the sensing bulb of the hi-limit, it may be positioned touching the heat tube (for gas fryer) or heating element (for electric fryer) that's why it prematurely trips-off.
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May 11, 2012 | Dean SM20G2 Deep Fryer

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Fryer overflows often, turned thermostat down from 350 to approx 340 but food does not cook then. could the thermostat be bad? 10 degrees should not make that much difference.


Does the fryer have a" temperature reached light"? If so switch the fryer on and with the thermostat dial starting at its lowest setting increase the temperature setting in small increments. When the light indicates temperature reached, increase the thermostat dial temperature. Continue until maximum temperature reached.

If (starting from cold) the temerature reached light only shows when high up on the thermostats temperature scale, then unfortunately the thermostat needs replacing.

Hope this helps.

Mar 04, 2011 | Dean D50G-C Deep Fryer

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Flame goes off when temp. reaches 250 degrees, use to stay on 350 degrees without problems an them started acting up and won't reach that temp any more, disconnect the pilot automaticly


Hi limit device trips prematurely (should only trip when oil temp reaches 450F). Check if the hi limit sensing bulb (located inside the fryer tank, between fire tubes) is not touching the fire tube because if it does, it will sense the heat from burner flame which is much higher than oil temp.

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High limit kicks out fryer and pilot light can


Since you've mention the pilot light goes out at 400 degree F, then we are talking a gas Deep Fryer. The deepfryer usually use at 350 degree F for chips or else. Because the oil will start breaking down its quantity of frying very quickly over that temperature. Most people set at 350 degree F. Now we comes back to your problem, First you should have a deep fryer thermometer they espcially made for deep fryer, (You only mention 400 or better ) that make me think you're only guessing. Knowing the temperature is very important, most Hi limit is set at 420 degree F.
To me it seen the Hi Ltd control is working and that is why it cutting out the pilot when it reach its limit but we don't know what temperature that when the hi limit cutting out at.
When you have a thermometer, put it in the cold oil and turn the temperature to 100 degree F to see what the temperature control cutting out at. slowly increase your setting until it cutting out at 350 degree F . If you set at 250 degree F and the thermometer already reaching 350 degreen F then don't go any further , your temperature control is defective and need to be change a new one.
This is only the first step, you still have to check out the Hi ltd control to see how good its condition is,so far your information say it cutting out at 400 or better. But you've to be sure, because it is a safety control. Hope that will help you , God Bless.

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Replace the t-stat.

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Fryer will only go to 250 degrees


Need to calibrate the thermostate,or replace it

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