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The gas come through when the oil is cold, but when the oil hat enough the gas will cut off completely even without the pilot light, i wander why this happen? please let me know!


Hi there.
The hi limit may be tripping prematurely or the thermostat has its contacts stuck heating the oil temp high enough to trip the hi limit.
Kindly check those two components.
Regards.

Sep 07, 2013 | Imperial IFS40 Deep Fryer

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My 2003 Electraglide seems really hot, thigh burning hot, riding back from Oregon yesterday in 90 degree weather. I could barely stand teh heat stopping at lights. The fuel had 10% ethanol in it. Woul


Hi Lorena, and the usual suspects are:
1. Insufficient oil supply or oil not circulating.
2. Insufficient air flow over the engine.
3. Heavy carbon deposit in combustion chamber.
4. Ignition timing retarded due to faulty MAP, CKP and/or CMP sensors.
5. Leaking intake or exhaust valve.
6. No oil cooler.
7. Normal engine oil tempurature 180-220 degrees.
Good luck and have nice day.

Jun 02, 2012 | 2011 Harley Davidson FLHTK Electra Glide...

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I have a frymaster gf14sd and when turned on for about 20 minutes the fryer turns off and pilot light goes out and will not restart til it cools down .


First you will need to determine what the oil temperature actually is when the fryer shuts down. The reason for the shutdown is likely the hi-limit thermostat is tripping. That could be the result of the hi-limit thermostat being faulty or the thermostat is faulty and the oil is actually too hot eg: 450F. Once this is determined, either the thermostat or the hi-limit will need to be changed. The part number for the thermostat is 807-1692 and the hi-limit is 826-1177. I know this post is late, hopefully it will help someone.

Aug 20, 2010 | Frymaster Dean 1824G Deep Fryer

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The pilot light is good if I turn the temp beyond 350, then the burner would go out (the natural gas would shut off at that time) Would you tell me which is the problem and where to buy...


Need more info.. but here goes. If the temperature gets too hot the unit will shut off on hi limit and will reset after it cools down some. This will cause the burner AND the pilot to go out. You need to make sure the temp isn't going over 400. The thermostat my be out of calibration causing the high limit to trip..or the high limit could be shutting the gas off prematurely. You must check the oil temperature when this is happening. It sounds like the high limit device is doing it's job and that the thermostat is letting the oil get too hot.
Tom

Jul 31, 2010 | Vulcan EF3 Deep Fryer

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Wells deep fryer won't heat


Is the oil coll and it still doesnt reset?If so the hi limit is bad,which is the reset.If you gain acess to it you will see 2 wires.Connect these wires and it should heat.HOWEVER this is a saftey device that prevents the oil from getting too hot and catching on fire.

Mar 22, 2009 | Wells F-686 Deep Fryer

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THE OIL LIGHT STAYS LIT AND BIKE RUNS ON A LIMITER TZR2501991


Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, pls the Oil Light indicates that the level of 2T oil in the reservoir is below minimum level, pls add.

I could only think of 2 possible limiters:
  • rev limiter since the 2T oil is lit hence the ignition will cutoff at a lower RPM; and/or
  • if it is a Japan domestic model, then a speed limiter designed to warn and cutoff the engine ignition anywhere from 80 to 100 kph.
If you are intending to bypass the cutoff, in some versions, there is a wire from the speed indicator light that goes to the CDI unit. Removing said wire/connector would disable the speed limiter.

Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa. Happy Holidays.

Dec 21, 2008 | 1991 Yamaha TZR 250 R

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Deep shut down


your themostat is either bad or your hi limit is bad if the oil gets too hot the hi limit will shut everything down for safety or if the oil temp is good it is the limit control shutting everything down when if should not first thing to check to see if the in the tank matches up to the knob if so change the hi limit it if not change the thermostat

Nov 13, 2008 | Cecilware FMS-40 Deep Fryer

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Fryer works then shuts down


i think that its is a hi limit switch to prevent a oil fire the fryers at kfc would dothis everyso often and it turned out tobe a bad logicalboard somewhere, check all valves and the switches on them to make sure that the fryer is aware when they are open or closed? let me know if you need more info

~Lee

Jun 23, 2008 | Pitco Frialator 35CS Deep Fryer

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Star deep fryer.


Those thermostat bulbs are the thermostat and hi-limit bulbs.They need to be secured to the fryer.The hi limit is tripping out because its sensing that the oil is too hot.Even though the oil isnt that hot the hi limit thinks it is.

May 15, 2008 | Star 530FD Deep Fryer

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Problems with fryer


your problem is the thermostat is bad.the reason it shuts down is that it trips the hi limit.the hi limit is a saftey device that shuts the system down so the oil doesnt get too hot and catch on fire.remove all the oil from the tank and you should see 2 skinny metal bulbs one is the hi limit bulb the other is the t-stat bulb,make sure they are secured to the bracket.if the t-stat bulb isnt you will also have this issue,simply reattach it.let me know.

Nov 10, 2007 | Imperial IFS40 Deep Fryer

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