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I'm sorry that I am not very familiar with home model brands, as I normally service commercial products only...however on other home models I've seen, there is a filter in the top of the lid and there is a compartment that opens where you can take the filter out and replace it? I don't know if your model has that or not? Can you find this company online and call them directly? They should have a service/warranty dept that would handle these types of calls. Good luck. Susan REO
The soot or carbon have probably build up inside the fire tubes, better check and have an authorized service technician clean them.
Make sure that the fryer is receiving the rated gas pressure and correct gas type as stated on the nameplate, this way, carbon or soot formation on fire tubes can be prevented
There may be an excessive carbon deposits inside he heat tubes of your fryer, you have to clean/ remove these carbon to eliminate flames coming out of the back of your fryer (flue riser).Carbon build up on heat tubes are due to low gas pressure and volume; incorrect air and gas mixture.
There may be an excessive carbon deposits or soot formation inside the heat tubes of your fryer that's why the flames can not get inside. You have to remove these soot or carbon deposits to correct the problem.This problem is caused by low gas pressure. Also check if there is no obstruction on top of flue riser where products of combustion exits. Your exhaust must also be working when using the fryer.
You have to dismantle the back panel to have access in cleaning the flue. Soot formation or carbon build up on fryers are due to low operating gas pressure. When the fryer receives lower than the nameplate rating gas pressure, the flame on burners will be of poor quality (yellow flame) which will in turn produce soot/ carbon.
Wal-mart used to carry it, but you can also order from Black & Decker online. If you want to save a few bucks go to home depot and get some similar filter material and make your own. I have done that before.