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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ultrex deep fryer
It's probably the 'thermal' protective device installed in the circuit with the heating element. Many appliances are equipped with this kind of protection (i.e., coffee pots, electric skillets, rice cookers, crockpots, etc.). As the appliance ages, this device starts to fail and then finally 'gives up' and an 'open' circuit occurs and the heating elements don't receive power to heat up. If you have appliance repair experience, this component can be purchaced at most appliance repair shops. If you are not so inclined, it's best to have a qualified appliance repair technician diagnose the problem and repair it (if you want to keep the fryer).
Hope this helps you.
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
I would suggest that you go to www.theconsumerlink.com and click on appliance parts. Stroll down to T-Fal and search the detachable cord that is possibly the one you need for your fryer.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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