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Replacing oil drain tube on Delonghi rotofryer the oil drain tube has developed a leak and requires replacement. I have the part. I cannot figure out how to access where the tube attaches to the oil reservoir. Need help.

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Just had the same problem myself and eventually found the answer.

The white filter must rest on the metal part and the coloured area must face upwards (or towards the black filter)

You can download the user manuals at the following

http://www.delonghi.co.uk/pdf_files/F18_series.pdf


Hope that helps

Posted on Jun 28, 2008

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Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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SOURCE: De'Longhi Rotofryer FRP Easy Clean Fryer, 1kg instructions

Unfortunately the model you have does not have the drain tube. The FI8 is the model you are thinking about. The FRP has an arrow at the side of the rim to show where to tilt the fryer AFTER THE OIL HAS COOLED, FOR TWO HOURS AT LEAST!! Hope this helps you.

Posted on May 26, 2009

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SOURCE: De'Longhi Rotofryer FRP Easy Clean Fryer, 1kg instructions

my rotofryer was working fine but now will not heat up.

Posted on Jul 09, 2009

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Please leave feedback

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