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Hi I have a Lincat lpg silverlink df4 fryer gas LPG. It lights but the cuts out after 15/20 minutes? Could anyone help please

The fryer lights perfectly however after approx 20 mins it will cut the whole fryer out. As if it's over heated. Any idea which part this might need replacing? Thank you

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