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The heating element may have failed

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How to remove heating element


In order to remove the heating element of a Cuisinart deep fryer you need to do the following:

1. Unplug the fryer.
2. Tip the fryer and put the oil into a container.
3. Put the fryer on its side, with the open top over the sink and a bowl in the sink beneath it. Leave it this way so most of the rest of the oil can drain.
4. Wipe the inside of the fryer with a paper towel.
5. Put several layers of newspaper on the counter and stand the electric deep fryer upside down on top of the paper. You will see that there are rubber feet under the base held in by screws.
6. Remove the feet and screws and you will be able to take off the base to expose the electrical workings inside.
7. Locate the heating element which has wires leading to it. Start by removing the wires leading to it and then loosen up and remove the heating element itself.

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I have a Butterball Electric Turkey Fryer that heated up but when I placed the turkey in the fryer the red indicator went off and it lost power , is there a reset button on the fryer


All appliances that produce heat have a thermal cutoff inside to prevent a fire or meltdown. It's a shame they make them so fragile that it may ruin your special occasion. If you cross the wires on the sensor it may run forever but might be a fire hazzard.

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I want to buy a replacement heating element


send me an email at iamjerin@live.cn , we are factory in China that produce heating elements. :-)

Jun 28, 2009 | Maximatic EDF-4080 Deep Fryer

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My bravetti dep fryer F1063B wont heat up


In the back of the unit there is a recessed reset switch(red) Depress it until it clicks.

Dec 24, 2008 | Bravetti EP4305FS Deep Fryer

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Light does not come on, nor does it heat up


Some fryers have safety switches on the heating element, this is so they can not be turned on when not properly installed into the unit. Check to see if there are grooves or slots on the side of the fryer which correspond to grooves or slots on heating element. Then slide the heating element into the slots on the fryer.
Safety switch in most cases can not be seen and can not be disengaged by hand. The heating element must be installed properly in order to work. It may be illustrated clearly in the owners manual.
Do not try this with out oil in the Fryer!!

Nov 14, 2008 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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DEEP FRYER WONT HEAT


have you tried taking out all of the oil and washing it realy good I know that mine wasnt working and thats what i did and it started heating up again

Feb 18, 2008 | Bravetti EP4305FS Deep Fryer

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Deep fryer wont heat up


I have the exact same deep fryer and it was doing the same thing if you take out all of the oil and clean it realy good it should work again

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