I have been told that i require a new relay board i have another pitco same year same model how could i go about identifying the relay board (to remove) myself? to use as replacment.
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If your fryer has computer controller (the one with 8 product buttons and left, right arrow), check the display when you turn off the computer board, it should display "gas 2". If not, you have to change the gas configuration by accessing the programming mode.
It helps if you tell what year,model, engine you are working on. Is power at the Inertia Switch? The power comes from the FUEL PUMP RELAY, the ECM only grounds the relay to turn it on. but not knowing what you are working on, thats all the info I have .
You need to identify where the leak is coming. If the leak is on the fry tank, best way to address it is to replace the oil tank. Check the serial number of the unit with leak on fry tank, verify if it is still under warranty at PITCO web on http://www.middleby.com.
If you like the stove and it in good shape otherwise, have it fixed. The parts are still available. The stove in good used condition (without leak) is probably worth $75.00. May cost that much to repair it. Will cost approximately $450.00 to replace it with equal range. If it's a standing pilot model (no electricity needed) they are unavailable and your new range will require power to use the oven. Hope this helps.
Not sure what an F1 code is on that unit, but an easy check here,
shut off unit at breaker, remove face and unhook touchpad (ribbon) from the ERC. Turn the breaker back on, If the error code stops and it doesn't beep, the touchpad is most likely the problem. If it continues to beep and throw code, could be the Erc, (or something else telling the erc somethings wrong.) without knowing the F1 fault code, I wouldnt know where to start looking!
I would probably recommend a tech to reinstall the new Erc and or touchpad. Most new electrical components require extreme care when handling/installing, and a tech will know the proper procedures. Good Luck!