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I just tested a Eurodib Model SFE01860-120 that would not turn on.
If you have added oil and plugged it in and pressed the on/off switch but the light does not come on, you have to rotate the thermostat control to the desired oil heating temperature. The red light will then come on and it should start to heat. If not, then the high limit safety cut off switch has tripped. Check the black screw button on the back.
Using a larger flat blade screw driver or your hand, unscrew the cover counter clockwise and push the little pink (red?) rod back in all the way. Replace the cover of the limit switch and all should be good to go. If not, then there must be loose wires inside. The high limit switch could have tripped if the fryer was turned on without oil for any length of time, which would cause the heater element to get hot really fast. Not a good idea.
Hope this helps
A sort of power problem. A blown fuse will cause that, if it had power but no oil heating up, then a open heater is the culprit or a disconnected wiring inside cause that problem. I hope I help you answer your problem.
Most fryers have what is called a hi limit. When the oil temp reaches a certain Max temp this switch opens the circuit and will not allow the unit to heat. On commercial fryers, the hi limit has a really small red plunger button. Push it in to reset.