Question about Star Manufacturing TSF-6575 Deep Fryer
Fryer keeps tripping circuit breaker. There is a rather large "re-cirk-it" switch inside. Manufactured by HEINEMANN Electric Company When checked with a meter shows continuity between P1 and P2. None of the fuses in the fryer are blown, but it trips a 50 amp breaker in the power panel. If this is in fact the problem, where do I get a new one? Thanks
You should determine how many amps the unit is pulling, you will need an ammeter to do this. Continuity through the internal circuit breaker does not determine the current being pulled by fryer only that it can pull current. If the fryer is pulling more than 50 amps the problem will be in the fryer, if it is less than 50 and the breaker trips you could have a faulty breaker.
Posted on May 30, 2009
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