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Wells 35lbs fryer double vat

My deep fryer will continue to heat past set temp and boils over. left side works great. Could it be thermocoupler or control unit

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    fryer has been on for hours and seems to be boiling yet gas keeps turning on and off . It doesnt go to ready.

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This sounds to me as if your thermostat is not cycling the unit off. But I can see a second problem as well there should be a high limit cutoff to prevent it from running on and boiling over. I would check both. The thermostat is the dial or knob to regulate temperature and the high limit is the safty to prevent boil over or run on.

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