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Cleaning How do you remove the oil reservoir for cleaning. Thank You Gerri

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  • skw42 Feb 24, 2008

    I am unable to remove oil reservoir, aluminum cooking pot.

    I tried pulling up. Manual shows it out of housing.

    Thanks,

    SKW

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Is there a small button or something on it somwhere

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How to clean heating element that is coated with old oil in brevett euro pro fryer. can you put water in reservoir and boil grease off?


Hi Nancy,
You can use water to boil out the fryer, just be sure that the unit is dry completely before you use it again. Water and oil mixed will cause a boilover. If you go to a restaurant supply shop, you can get a fryer detergent which will help dispel any grease buildup on the burner and the sides as well. Boil the unit for 15 to 20 minutes with the detergent, then rinse and dry thoroughly before next use.
Hope this helps, Please rate and comment, Thank You
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Sep 13, 2011 | Euro-Pro F1066 Deep Fryer

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Can't remove the oil reservoir to clean it.


We had same issue. My husband just unscrewed and removed the metal plate from the bottom of the unit looking for a solution. The reservoir cannot be removed. The heating coil is permanently attached (welded?) to the bottom of the reservoir. It is obvious, now, that the reservoir is not intended to be removed.

Ignore the statements in manual that say the oil reservoir is dishwasher safe and not to remove it until it's cool. They do not apply to this model.

Dec 28, 2009 | Oster Deep Fryers

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Can you remove the bucket (part that holds the oil) on a CF153 ?


It should come out, because you may have to replace it one day. You may find the screws for it on the bottom side of the vat. Does it not have a spout at the bottom of it ?

Feb 13, 2009 | Rival CF153-WM Deep Fryer

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Setting up the Deep Fryer


The heaters go inside the oil reservoir.By the way these seem to have an overheating problem see this forum for discussion on that subject

Jun 05, 2008 | Rival CZF530 Deep Fryer

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Leakage


The fix is to unscrew the drain plug from the oil reservoir. As the oil drains into it, the air inside is displaced and needs to go somewhere. The left over oil from previous drainings has caused the reservoir to become an airtight seal making the oil compete for the trapped air for the space resulting in the much of the oil giving up and draining over the top instead of pushing the air out. Removing the plug allows the air to escape as the oil rushes in. Only problem with this solution...I've now lost my drain plug because I took it out to drain and misplaced it. T-Fal doesn't sell replacement parts and instead I would have to shell out $15 plus shipping for a new reservoir from a 3rd party repair center. For now a paper towel stuck in place of the plug is getting me buy.

May 15, 2008 | Tefal Ultimate EZ Clean Pro Deep Fryer

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How do I clean this sucker???


http://www.rivalproducts.com/help.aspx?helpNav=1

I know its 2 months late but here goes. At the link above look at 1 and 5, the bowl/fryer pan on the cf154 model can not be removed. So it has to be washed like any other non-imersable cooker, wipe it out with paper towels and put a little soapy water in the pan and scrub it out then dump the water out and rinse the same way, never imerse the intire unit in water. dry with clean paper towels.

the basket and lid can be washed in a dishwasher, IF you remove the filters from the lid.

Outside should be cleaned with damp soapy sponge (no scratchy pads) and rinsed the same way and wiped dry, be sure to get into the tight corners around the pans lip and other places oil will collect over time.

All fryers of this type are going to get grungy over time no matter how well you clean it due to the fact it can not be taken apart and cleaned so oil is going to build up in places you can not get too.

Feb 09, 2008 | Rival RCF25 Deep Fryer

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Cleaning deep fryer


You can not remove the reservoir because if you clean it out with a hot soapy spange or rag. turn the frier over and remove the plate you will see why the reservoir wont come out.

Oct 15, 2007 | Rival CF153-WM Deep Fryer

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Taking out the oil?


I am almost positive that you will have to lift the whole thing to empty the fryer. It looks as if it is one whole piece.

Jul 11, 2007 | Rival Wing-It CF160 Deep Fryer

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How do I remove the portion that holds the oil to clean?


If I remember correctly, the manual that came with mine said that it is not removable. Pour out the oil and wipe the interior with a paper towel. (I wish it were removable!)

Jun 28, 2007 | Rival CF275 Deep Fryer

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