Question about Frymaster Dean SR142GP001 Deep Fryer
The pilot light should remain "ON" all the time. It is not intended to ever go off, unless you are not going to use the fryer for several months at a time. Then you can just shut off the propane which will shut off the pilot light flame. It does not cost that much to run the pilot light all the time. About one to two dollars a week.
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Have a technician check your gas pressure, your pilot should be nice and blue. You could start by replacing the thermocouple but I think it is gas related.Is there a pilot adjustment screw on the gas valve? If so increase the flame. Has it always done this? If so, is the model made for the specific gas being used i.e. Natural Gas or Propane and it may be operating on the wrong gas?
Let me know what you find, Thanks!
Oct 10, 2007 | Heating & Cooling
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