Question about Frymaster Dean Kitchen Appliances - Others
Drill out all the small holes on the burners(pillars). Remove them by taking out the two bolts at the top of each burner.
Posted on Jan 27, 2015
The soot or carbon have probably build up inside the fire tubes, better check and have an authorized service technician clean them.
Make sure that the fryer is receiving the rated gas pressure and correct gas type as stated on the nameplate, this way, carbon or soot formation on fire tubes can be prevented
Posted on Sep 13, 2011
SOURCE: DEAN SR142GPS Flame Issue
A gas valve is actually 2 valves in one. The first is your pilot valve, when the pilot is lit, the flame heats a thermocouple or thermopile & that heat produces a millivolt signal that is sent to main gas valve( second part) & tells it that pilot is established and to open to allow main burners to light. The 3 "little flames" were coming from the orfices on the burner manifold. If you are absolutely sure you put the gas valve back in the same direction as it came out (arrow on bottom of valve pointing to the fryer/burners) & any springs or adjustment screws were not mucked with, then there is a malfunction in the gas valve. It needs to be replaced.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
SOURCE: gf 40 frymaster fryer
Hi, I am suposing that this fryer has worked good in this location before. If not, check to make sure it is set up right for your gas supply. (LP-Nat) There is something wrong with the gas - air flow in your unit. Look for obvious things first like exhaust being blocked, Flame dancing out side of fire area, Pilot too small, Build up of debris in fire box. The pilot should be able to be adjusted at the gas valve if it is too small. I believe you problem could be taken care of best with a good cleaning of the burner, fire box and pilot assemble. Make sure that all burner holes are clean especially around the pilot light. Check for oily debris inside the fire box to make sure its not leaking into the fire area. If you are unable to do this yourself, contact some one either in the restaurant equipment service business or heating and air conditioning business. Hope I have helped you. kstfas NOTE: If this answer does not rate at least 4 marks, (almost there) please do not rate. Thank You.
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
as Kachbibi1 suggested, I took the deep fryer apart.
I guess ,if you, REALLY wanted to take it out ,you can. I would NOT suggest doing so.
it is connected and bolted to all the wires and coils to heat the fryer.
My thoughts are, clean well, right away! if we take it out to clean, we will have to replace it right away ..
thank you for the suggestion Kachbibi1...trying that helped me know I cant be lazy : )
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Hi there. Probably your best bet would be to prop the rear legs up a little, to tilt it forward, and use a garden hose, and flush everything into a bucket in front of the drain. You may need warm water, to loosen the debris, or you could fill it with water, hook up the gas, and boil it, does a fine job of cleaning.
Hope that helps, and thank you.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
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