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Faberware dual fryer won't turn on after kids heated with no oil in it.

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The heater element has burned out - there was no oil around to keep the temps down and ....................

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SOURCE: Is the heating element submerged in oil during the heating/cooking process?

yes it is and that is the way it works

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SOURCE: fryer heats up good, but won't relight untill oil cools down? could this be a high limet switch problem?

absolutely or a bad thermocple

Posted on Apr 22, 2012

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