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Will a soddering kit plug a couple tiny pin holes in my turkey fryer pot? It is built for a 14 lb turkey. The aluminum pan that holds the oil has a couple tiny holes and I can't find a new one.

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I had the same issue and I used a stainless steel self tapping sheet metal screw to plug the hole, DON'T use solder, it is made of lead and is an extreme health hazard.

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    I had the same issue and I used a stainless steel self tapping sheet metal screw to plug the hole, DON'T use solder, it is made of lead and is an extreme health hazard.

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My fryer dosn't come on when plugged reset the button nothing happens what should i do

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Am having the same problem. did you try soddering kit?

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To fry a 10 pound turkey, you heat the oil to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and fry the turkey for 2 1/2 minutes per pound or about 25 minutes.

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NEVER fry a turkey indoors or next to a structure (like your house, garage, etc)

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You can inject seasonings into the turkey but before you put it in the oil, make sure the skin is DRY!!! Water on the turkey WILL MAKE the oil splatter and you could very well end up deep-frying your body parts as well as the turkey

When you pour your oil into the pot make sure you DO NOT go over the fill line on the pot...otherwise the oil will splash out when you put the turkey in and, once again, you will end up with deep-fried body parts

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I hope this was helpful to you!

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