Question about Rival RCF25 Deep Fryer
RIVAL Deep Fryer mod czf725
I have a Rival CF-250 cool touch deep fryer. Where do I get the magnetic breakaway power cord, filters, and filter cover.
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Posted on Oct 08, 2008
The cords appear to run $8-15 before shipping, and it is possible to do some limited mixing and matching between brands. If that concerns you, contact your brand's own customer service for replacement parts information.
Here is the one included with the T-fal Cool Touch Deep Fryer (available from Target). Its design is probably the most 'universal' or most 'compatible' of the various minor variations I've seen, as it doesn't have the 45 degree angle or the key-lip I saw on some other cords:
T-fal SS-990957 Cord for FF1018002/FF1019
More deep fryer cords:
Presto 09982 Magnetic Deep Fryer Cord
Lastly, Japan Tiger Corporation makes small countertop electric water heaters with very similar magnetic connectors. They can be contacted at:
Japan Tiger Corporation of USA
2730 Monterey Street, Suite 105
Torrance, CA 90503
Fax : 310-787-1986
Toll-free :1-866-55-TIGER (84437)
E-mail : email@example.com
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
These magnetic breakaway cords are wired straight through a pair of very weak,flat springs. Nothing unusual inside the plug. The best solution is to remove the socket on the back of the fryer, and attach a short, permanent cord, this way. Remove all parts till you are holding the shell that has the socket attached to the back of the fryer. From the inside you will see a plastic cover over the back of the socket. My two had Phillips (Plus, for the Brits) screws around the perimeter of the covering box. Remove them, and jiggle the box off. Mine were not glued, but did require some fiddling, but it came off without damage. Pull the outside of the offending socket off as well. You will see two short wires connected to the back of the socket by ring terminals, and nuts. Remove the nuts and set the outside of the socket aside. Get, or make up, a short wire with a plug, and small ring terminals on the end. Take two short screws with nuts to fit, and join the new plug wire to the old socket wires. Tighten securely, and insulate with electrical tape, shrink tubing, or whatever you have. That's all there is to it, except for replacing the old socket by cutting a hole in it for the new, permanent, cord, and replacing the screws that hold it from the inside. You could also make a cover, use duct tape, or simply let 'er flap in the breeze. Your option, but you will never have to look for that special cord again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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