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Ifs 40 deep fryer

PLEASEHELP i ve connected my fryer but seems like the flue is coming from right at the back any solution.

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I have a used fryer, imperial, looks like the ifs 40 but can not find the model number on it. Do you have any idea how I can find the model number?

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