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I have a star deep fryer that over heats the oil and then trips the breaker on the back of the fryer.

Has to be a stuck thermostat or a bent or broken bulb, tube in the fryer oil. When replacing the control be careful not to bend the tube to much to pinch it closed. This is a very small pipe. Check by turning the thermostat from low to high and see if it will turn off the fryer. It could be out of calibration but unlikly when the high limit kicks off.
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Fryer heated up, then went off and want come back on. Reset button will not do anything..

You burnt the wire , check continuity with voltmetre . Replace burnt wire and or fuse .
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I njee wring diagram for star fryer 615 fd...thermo coupler instalation

Hi there. Visit www.starwebconnect.com/Manuals.aspx then click the fryer tab wherein yo will find the wiring diagram you need.
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The unit is on but does not heat up. it was working then it stopped.how do i check to see if its the thermostat or the hi limit switch

Disconnect first the unit from power source, Locate the terminals of the hi limit and thermostat then remove either one of the wire connected to it. Using an ohm meter, check for the continuity across the terminals. If the hi limit has continuity across its terminals, it is good. Thermostat will have continuity across its terminals when set to a higher temperature, you will also hear a clicking sound when its mechanical contacts engage.
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I have no cord is it a 220 or 120

Model 301hld ... this is a 208-240 VAC unit

Rated wattage
208V = 4130W
240V = 5500W

Nominal Amps
208V = 19.9A
240V = 22.9A

NEMA Plug = 6-30P
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The item will turn on and begin to heat but it then starts to heat and takes a very long time to get to the temp set. Then once we add the items to fry it stops heating..we cannot tell if it is shutting...

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If this is electric then you have a burned out element...

if this is a gas unit,,,


Your problem could be or probably is with the regulator...not enough gas pressure...

Propane, LP, or Natural Gas Regulator Problems


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Need wire diagram

A manual can be downloaded from the following link, the wiring diagram is located toward the end of the manual.
http://www.star-mfg.com/documents/Manuals/Star/Fryer/Electric/C_530TD_530TED_-_2M-Z6600.pdf
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Fryer quits heating have to hit reset switch

This button should be a high limit switch. If it is a small red button mounted to a 2" x 2" or so device. You most likley have an issue with the thermostat letting it over heat. The best thing to do would be to replace both the thermostat and the high limit for safety reasons.
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Star deep fat fryer model #EM14

You should determine how many amps the unit is pulling, you will need an ammeter to do this. Continuity through the internal circuit breaker does not determine the current being pulled by fryer only that it can pull current. If the fryer is pulling more than 50 amps the problem will be in the fryer, if it is less than 50 and the breaker trips you could have a faulty breaker.
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