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sounds like a bad thermostat check the probe wiring and make sure theyre not touching then check to see if they are grounding out anywhere (touching metal with a bare wire) if thats not the problem replace the thermostat
I had the same problem. Readout showed 330 degrees, but it should have been 60. Saw all the bad reviews on this product after I started to research this problem, so I figured I would try to fix it. I drilled all the rivots out of the back panel. There are 2 thermocouples, 1 for the meat probe and 1 for measuring the temp inside the smoker. Both thermocouples have connectors in about the center of the smoker. I cut the wire on both sides of this thermocouple and spliced them together without the connector. Works fine now.
Not sure exactly what you're asking due to a type-O. But, I going to assume your meant "How to do heat".
Admittedly, this is not the easiest electric turkey fryer to start out with, but it does do the job pretty well.
To start heating the oil and setting the cooking temperature, you must do the following.
Press "ON"; then "Temp Heat"; then press the up arrow until it reaches
400 degrees (for frying a turkey). You may have to push a button more
than once, because I think the first push is to light up the screen.
Hope this helps you solve your problem and gets you going.