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For a frymaster sr42where can i get a pilot assembley

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We can order parts for your fryer, but do you have a serial number too?
It's alot easier to order correct parts with the model and serial number.
I realize that sometimes the serial is burnt off, so if that's the case, never mind...Let me know and we can price you one and ship it directly to you.
Thanks,
Susan
Restaurant Equipment Outlet
Cincinnati, OH

Posted on Jan 04, 2012

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