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Star 301HLD Deep Fryer Questions & Answers
The unit is on but
Disconnect first the unit from power source, Locate the terminals of the hi limit and thermostat then remove either one of the wire connected to it. Using an ohm meter, check for the continuity across the terminals. If the hi limit has continuity across its terminals, it is good. Thermostat will have continuity across its terminals when set to a higher temperature, you will also hear a clicking sound when its mechanical contacts engage.
I have no cord is it a 220 or 120
Model 301hld ... this is a 208-240 VAC unit
208V = 4130W
240V = 5500W
208V = 19.9A
240V = 22.9A
NEMA Plug = 6-30P
The item will turn on and begin to heat but it
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If this is electric then you have a burned out element...
if this is a gas unit,,,
Your problem could be or probably is with the regulator...not enough gas
Propane, LP, or Natural Gas Regulator Problems
Red star bread maker manual
I'm sorry, but I don't have access to specific manuals for individual bread makers. However, here are some general steps you can follow to find a manual for a Red Star bread maker:
- Visit the Red Star website: The Red Star website may have a library of manuals for its bread makers, including the one you have.
- Check the manufacturer's support page: Most manufacturers have a support page on their website where you can find user manuals, FAQs, and other resources.
- Search online: You can also try searching online for a digital copy of the manual. Websites like ManualsLib and ManualsOnline may have the manual you need.
- Contact the manufacturer: If you're unable to find the manual online, you can contact the manufacturer directly and request a copy. You may need to provide your bread maker's model number and other information.
I hope this helps you find the manual you need for your Red Star bread maker.
You could have a loose or a burned wire connection at the switches. If there is more than one thing not working correctly unplug the unit and check the black wire from the lead in cord. It goes to the switches and jumps from one switch to the next. That's where I would look first?
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