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Fryer turns on but will not stay on. shuts off constantly for no reason that I can think of and as a result frying ANYTHING takes forever

Product is only a month old and seems to have never worked properly. I turn it on, light goes on and then I look again a minute later and light is off . Its driving me crazy! What am I doing wrong

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  • Lauren McCain
    Lauren McCain Feb 11, 2014

    I should add that I have to continually turn fryer back on in order to get food cooked. Any insight or advice would be much appreciated!

  • CYNTHIA BAXTER
    CYNTHIA BAXTER Feb 11, 2014

    it sounds like you have a short in the wiring, I know that it's easyer said then done, but you can fix it. make sure that it is cleaned and unpluged, then find a good work aera, make sure that you have some kind of cup or something like that to but the scewres in. if you have a contiuaty tester after you have the houesing off test each wirer. you can make your oun c.tester just go on line, may be u tube,any waycheck each wirer if your light comes on it should be a good wirer.But if you do not see the light come on then thats where the short is.

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i do believe is something wrong with the thermostat or the electronic board.That model i do believe(but i`m not sure) have a small circuit board controlling the temperature and the safety.Make sure also your thermostat handle is working properly because sometimes the connector between the handle and the thermostat can get bad and not adjusting the right temperature
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