Question about Vulcan EF3 Deep Fryer
The gas valve has a thermostatic probe, the valve will not open and function correctly unless the pilot light is adjusted properly, the temp probe is heated by flame of the pilot light, if the pilot is weak or improperly adjusted then the gas valve probe will not get hot enough and the gas flow is cut off, this is a safety feature to make sure gas doesn't flow without a pilot lighted, have the pilot adjusted or the orifice cleaned (the metered hole that the gas flows through), I think the weak pilot flame is the problem here.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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