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Its still bubbling when i raise the baskets

The oil is still bubbling when i raise the baskets

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That is common if there is a lot of moisture, frost, or ice on the food being fried. Water can also collect at the very bottom of the fryer or in the drain pipe where it can be under 212F. If this is disturbed, the water can suddenly boil up. The oil itself will generally not boil unless heated quite a bit above normal operating temperatures. It will smoke heavily before it boils.

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