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Frymaster gf 14 won't come on

Old one first the temp wont go up beyond 350 degree then later would'nt come on installed new thermostat hi limit, pilot stays on turning the knob setting temperature it wont come on ?? Please help

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Ok sounds like your problem maybe that the gas valve is set to low. If you have access to a manometer you can put it on the outflow port of the gas valve and see what the reading is. It should be at 4" water column for this fryer. You possibly might even have a faulty gas valve, these will go out sometimes and still let the pilot bypass maintain regular operation. Please comment me back if you need more assistance with this.

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