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Burners are bleeding gas causing rollout flames

When the fryers ignites, the burners have flames coming out, like its bleeding gas

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Multiple problems can be causing this: 1.burner orfice restricted 2. make up air 3. blower motor or relay defective 4.gas pressure to high 5. not enough gas pressure 6. restriction in gas line 7. defective gas valve 8. defective control or ignition module........recommend qualified tech. to look at

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Thank you for posting your question here on Fixya.com.

The E in your model number means it is an electronic ignition...you do not have a pilot. ROL means your flame rollout sensor is open. Either the wiring to the sensor or the sensor itself is faulty or there is a flame rollout issue causing the heater to shut down for good reason and the cause of the rollout needs to be determined and corrected in order to run the heater.

The replacement part for the switch is 006035F. It will need to be replaced since one it burns open it is shot.

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Hi there.
The soot or carbon have probably build up inside the fire tubes, better check and have an authorized service technician clean them.
Make sure that the fryer is receiving the rated gas pressure and correct gas type as stated on the nameplate, this way, carbon or soot formation on fire tubes can be prevented
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Hi i have a new imperial fryer and im tring to light it and cant seem to get it to work. any idea on how to get it working?


Have a lighter handy (I use one of the elongated ones for caravaners)
in-between the burners is a pilot light (top right) keep the lighter flame where the gas comes out.
On the right hand side of the fryer at the bottom is a gas valve with a little black knob.
Press and hold the black knob in and gas will come out of the pilot light and ignite by the lighter flame. You need to hold the button in for quite a while. (until it stays lit)
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Hello There:- You have two problems here. 1. the gas rolls out caused by the blocked gas flue or your deep fryer chemney needs to be check out. 2. the unit door blows open caused by what we call this delay lighting, it is quite dangerous, you should check out the whole unit , the pilot light may be too small and not lighting up the main gas as it should and when it does it is too late too much gas in the chamber and blows out through the front door. Hope this help.

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