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How do I remove the portion that holds the oil to clean?

How can i remove the cylinder from the actual deep fryer body, so that I can empty the oil and clean it?

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If I remember correctly, the manual that came with mine said that it is not removable. Pour out the oil and wipe the interior with a paper towel. (I wish it were removable!)

Posted on Jul 01, 2007

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Have to unscrew it and remove it. Havent tried it yet, but it is so dirty inside, I do need to try it.

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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Ther below taken straight from the RIVAL web site.
Remove the oil bowl by lifting the bowl straight up out of the plastic exterior. To replace oil bowl, be sure the brass guide post (between the 2 electric prongs on the bottom of the bowl) is aligned properly with the center hole of the receptacle in the bottom of the housing. The brass guide post should guide the electric prongs into the correct position. Firmly press on bowl to ensure it is positioned properly. Lid should close tightly.


http://www.rivalproducts.com/help.aspx?helpNav=1
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