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Hi there.
Low gas pressure may cause the tip of the orifice to light up during operation, you have to ensure that the gas pressure fed to the unit is correct. But when this happens after cut-off, the gas valve's main valve is leaking and needs to be replaced.
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i had this trouble with a different fryer. We had lpg instead of natural gas. check youre using the correct gas.

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did you check to see if the knob on the gas valve is set to on?

Posted on Mar 31, 2009

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Sounds like your regulator is faulty, I would start there. Be sure any regulator you have installed is installed correctly, not backwards as reversed regulators will not work properly. Also be sure to keep regulators clean, there are breather holes in regulators to break vacuum when the regulator opens and closes, if these are clogged the regulator will not open or close properly. Hope this is helpful.

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Replace the thermostat

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