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Boiling grease i have a dean gas deep fryer sr142gps it is two years old. out of the blue when it is idle it will start to boil out of control with the setting at 350.this does not happen at any certain time.

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When the issue starts have you actually checked the grease temperature? You can also checkto see if there is excessive grease build up on the themostat.Sometimes uncooked food particles can cause a boiling type motion in the fryer while they cook. be sure to do regular filterings of the grease,this will cut down on the suspended particles.If the grease temp is above 350, shut power off and check continuity on the thermostat,it could be sticking closed,in which case it will need to be replaced

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