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Gaggenu VF 112-610 Deep Fryer

Will not heat up. Got it down to the element. Put 220 directly to the white wires coming off the element and it still does not heat up. Did continuity checks on switches thermostat etc. where can I get a new element? This happened while my wife was cooking. One batch came out done the next phiff

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  • 1 Answer has a service link. The site is not really user friendly so enter the model number as VF 112610 and select the parts list. The heating element is listed at 158.00.

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