Question about Kitchen Appliances - Others
The only way to adjust the flame is by changing the orfices on the burner tube manifold. Dean is owned by Frymaster & you can contact their technical Dept @800-551-8633
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
First be sure you have the correct orfices for the size of the fryer. The number is stamped on hex part, use a numbered drill bit to be sure it has not been drill out for natural gas from LP use.
Second there is an adjustment on the gas valve to regulate the amount of gas, if may need an external regulartor for higher pressure. See the manual for size and pressures values. I have same problem on one of two fryers. The burners are held in place by two large bolts at the top, with a key hole slot. You may want to raise the burners a small amount to change the air flow.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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