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Hi,
Most fryers have a valve right inside the front door that you can place a bottle under and drain the oil right into it...
If not then get a small diameter plastic hose from a hardware store and siphon the oil out...**** the oil up the hose till it is over the side of the fryer, then hold the vacuum and drop the hose over the side and lower then the oil level and the oil will start to siphon out...

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