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Oil drip oil is dripping from somewhere by the drain nozzel by burner areaand insulation catches on fire? Are their free pdf manuals for this and other models?

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Here you go

http://www.frymaster.com/?xhtml=xhtml/fry/us/en/general/productdownloads_service.html&xsl=productdownloads.xsl

You will need to use the 1st drop down to select service manual.
Use the 2nd drop down to select MJ45 series fryers.

Thanks

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