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twiddle and fiddle with the magnetic connector until it works. These new safety devices burn out or just plain don't work too often. It takes a little practice to get that magnet plug in the right place.
Whatever happened to the old school ones that worked for fifty years? They live on at yard sales everywhere....
I have the deep fryer, which I have had a few years and got it out last night and I'm getting an error message. There is nothing about what to do about this in the trouble shooting guide. We made sure the control panel was in and after that have no idea how to solve this problem. Ann Lytle
This would be caused by an over current problem or in other words you have a device trying to use more power than its designed for. I can think of 2 things that might cause this one would be an element bleeding to ground the other may be an insulation breakdown in a wire or fitting. If you feel comfortable taking it apart you could look the wire and connections over very well and look for discolored areas which would indicate a hot spot or if you have a ohm meter you could also read resistance to ground through each lead, and through the element or elements.
I have a Rival Fryer Model CF250. Was working great for weeks, then after doing a few rounds of wings it quit. All lights were off and no heat.
I took the entire fryer apart and began testing connections for resistance, voltage, etc. They are very basic machines. It appears to me that my failure has to do with a diode, this particular diode sits protected by plastic and held by a srping mechanism, I assume it is the temperature sensor.
I assume that the completed circuit relies on this sensor so it being bad has made power quit.