20 Most Recent Vulcan GRC65 Deep Fryer Questions & Answers


Try this link for the operating instructions for your particuliar fryer.

http://www.vulcanhart.com/manuals/F-31933%20Rev.%20D%20(03-08)%20GRD_CF%20Series.pdf

Vulcan GRC65... | Answered on Jun 02, 2008


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Vulcan Kitchen... | Answered on Apr 05, 2019


forgive my answer but you need to look at the situation by standing back a bit. You have heated the fryer up, but then you load it with product that is not at 350 degrees and the fryer must now take that 10 minutes to pull it's temp + product back up to temperature.
That is as if I am understanding your question

Vulcan Kitchen... | Answered on Nov 06, 2018


HI.
Its Bob
To fire up, you need 3 things,
Air ( with oxy) fuel and source.

First step, is to make shure, you have gas.
Without this, you will never get no were.
Second , you must purge the system to get air out of the gas line.
this is done by trying to light up the system , 4 to 8 times,
here the click is the valve opening and closing....
this will clear the system out of air and get the gas to the burder.
this will take time, 4 to 8 tries...

if you smell for any reason gas, stop, shut off the gas...
This smells like rothen eggs...
Gas is heavier then air, so it flows down to the lowest level.

there is also sensors ,switchs on this...
Read the instruction on how to purge or turn on the gas...
some have to push down hold for 5 secs, then turn..

Please work safe/
bob

Vulcan Kitchen... | Answered on Jan 06, 2018


vulcan-chef is part of the email/ electrolux group of companies (hoover, simpson,westinghouse, AEG, dishlex etc)so try the service spares for email or electrolux
thermostats are fairy generic for the older units so ask the spares department for a suitable replacement
ask any appliance repair shop if they could point you to a supplier

Vulcan Kitchen... | Answered on Apr 30, 2016


Faulty switch or heating element replace the faulty part if possible or replace the fryer.

Vulcan Kitchen... | Answered on Mar 04, 2016


Some fryer valves have a safety lock, usually a slide on the handle near the valve body that must be released to open the valve. Check for this first. It's very rare for a fryer valve to stick unless it was forced shut with something partially blocking it. If not, let the fryer cool completely. Dip as much oil out as possible. Then disconnect the gas line and, with help, turn the fryer upside down draining the remaining oil into a suitable container. At this point, you have little to lose. Take a large wrench or piece of pipe to get more leverage and try to force it open and free it up. Do not use so much force that you damage the kettle. If you get it free, check to see that it does not leak before putting oil back in the fryer. If it leaks or fails to come free, replace the valve.

Vulcan Kitchen... | Answered on Dec 16, 2014


It depends on which wires are crossed. Switching the wires on a two wire high limit, thermostat, or thermopile will not matter. The wiring on the gas valve must be correct for the fryer to work properly and safely.

Vulcan Kitchen... | Answered on Dec 16, 2014

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