Question about Frymaster Dean Kitchen Appliances - Others
Make sure that the pilot flame is making direct contact with the thermocouple. You may want to try to use a lighter to provide direct heat to the thermocouple and when you push the pilot reset button you should be able to feel it grab when releasing the button(it may take a minute or two). If the ASO still does not hold after applying direct heat to the thermocouple and you have good pilot/thermocouple impingment it could be the thermocouple. Usually fryers of this type use a standard thermocouple but some systems involve a pilot generator. If it is not the thermocouple it can then be a bad mag head(not very common) and will require a new gas control assembly from frymaster.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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