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Hi there.
You may visit gmcw.com/foodservice-equipment/ for wiring diagram reference of your fryer model.
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Posted on Nov 22, 2013

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SOURCE: Change 208v heating elements to 240v.

If your supplying 240 vac to a 208 vac element it will work but shorten the life of it.Goto 3wire.com and register,they should have a 208vac element.The wild leg could also be an issue but if you get a 208 vac element it shouldnt hurt it that much.Why you would be getting a reading of 240 vac on l1-l2-l1-l3-l2-l3 is strange.Let me know.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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