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That was your thermal switch. It is a protection for overheating and fire. When the deep fryer draws more current than it should be, it will open up the circuit, thereby protecting current flow and overheating the appliance.
If you are lucky, they will be using a Euro plug, that is generic to a lot of appliances, and available in lots of electrical retail stores.
If not though, I would first try the store where you bought it from, and second try an applaince repair centre.
if it is a wired plug, then it should be possible to use a standard plug with a new length of 2.5mm 3 core flex. I expect it will have a moulded plug - so you will need a new plug - don't attempt to re-use it.
Hey guys I fixed my problem...yay. All I did was to push a red button which I beleive is a resset button on the back of the on/off button part. It ain't visible but if you look in the holes of the screws that hold this part together (they are far down in the hole) one of them hides a small red button. Push it down with a toothpick or anything small enough to fit the hole and you're done. Plug it back and it works.