Question about Pitco Frialator 35CS Deep Fryer
This would indicate that your thermostat is bad and not sensing, or sending a signal back to cycle the unit off. I would check to ensure that the sensing bulb is in the correct placement inside the brackets and not touching the sides of the frypot. I would also check the wiring going to and from the t-stat. Make sure you unplug the power feeding the fryer before attempting this.
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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