Question about Frymaster Dean 2424G Deep Fryer
My fryer is turning on and making noise but is not actually heating up. Is it a bad thermostat or something as simple as a flipped breaker
If the unit seems to be powering up and making noise, then you have power and it doesn't sound like a tripped breaker. About the only noise I would expect would be the element heating up and maybe the oil popping unless there is a fan. What kind of noise is it making? IF you have the equipment & know how, you could confirm power to the heating element or check the load the item is placing on the electrical service. One way to check the thermostat is you can turn the Tstat all the way down, turn on the power and see if you can hear the power engage as you slowly bring the temp setting up.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hi, I am suposing that this fryer has worked good in this location before. If not, check to make sure it is set up right for your gas supply. (LP-Nat) There is something wrong with the gas - air flow in your unit. Look for obvious things first like exhaust being blocked, Flame dancing out side of fire area, Pilot too small, Build up of debris in fire box. The pilot should be able to be adjusted at the gas valve if it is too small. I believe you problem could be taken care of best with a good cleaning of the burner, fire box and pilot assemble. Make sure that all burner holes are clean especially around the pilot light. Check for oily debris inside the fire box to make sure its not leaking into the fire area. If you are unable to do this yourself, contact some one either in the restaurant equipment service business or heating and air conditioning business. Hope I have helped you. kstfas NOTE: If this answer does not rate at least 4 marks, (almost there) please do not rate. Thank You.
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
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If this is an electric fryer you may have a shorted element that will continue to heat when ever the fryer is turned on,even when it is not calling for heat. If it has 3 phase power, the elements could be wired wrong
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
There should be some kind of spark sensor usually where the gas line plugs into the pot. There is one wire hooked to it take the sensor out and clean it good. Soot could be building up on it causing it to nolonger sense a flame.
Posted on Apr 19, 2012
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