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Hello,<br /><br />Find the manual for your T-fal deep fryer on the below link;<br /><br /><a href="http://www.emerilappliances.com/pdf/fryer.pdf">http://www.emerilappliances.com/pdf/fryer.pdf</a><br /><br />Good luck.<br />
Check the reset button on the motor itself. See if you have power to it as well. Check your wiring. If you gave power to the motor and the motor still doesn't work after checking the reset, then you probably have a bad motor. You are looking at 200-300 dollars for it all.
id look in the right side groove and you will see a tiny microswitch that wont allow power to the element unless its sitting in the cradle I simply took the 4 screws off in the back of the heating element control and by passed it by connecting the 2 red wires and it worked so now I got to find the microswitch but at least I can use it
From what I understand through QVC where I purchased my Ultrex Model LT 512 deep fryer, the Ultrex Company is no longer in existence. My detachable cord go destroyed, so I am looking to purchase a replacement through www.theconsumerlink.com T-Fal appliance replacement parts listing. Maybe you will find a compatible fryer and then order that manual.
My Cool Touch won't come on either. I wiggled the magnetic power cord and it came on one time but then, the second time, I tried wiggling the cord to relenquish the problem and zilch! Becoming more and more frustrated and since my fish was battered and ready to go I started pressing at the connections. It turned out that PUSHING THE POWER SWITH TO 'ON' AND THEN APPLYING FIRMER PRESSURE IN THAT SAME DIRECTION made the light come on, signifying POWER!!! Hope this helps. I imagine that there is some type of connection from the 'ON' switch that just doesn't connect and by pushing the 'ON' button firmly upwards the connection is made.