Owning a small deep fryer opens up a lot of possibilities for home cooking. Over time, parts on your deep fryer can wear out or break. If your deep fryer doesn’t heat the cooking oil as hot as it should, then you may need to replace some parts.
If your deep fryer has suddenly stopped heating properly, check for a small "Reset" button on the deep fryer. If the unit gets too hot while it's being used, it might trip the overload switch to prevent damage or injury.
It's important never to touch the grease in the basket or attempt to drain the deep fryer until the grease is completely cooled down. If you need to clean or service your deep fryer, let the grease cool down until it's room temperature so that you don't risk a serious burn.
If the deep fryer starts to bubble over or overflows, make sure you unplug the unit and step away to avoid any splashing grease. If the deep fryer is cooking too hot even when you have the temperature at a lower setting, then there may be an issue with the control board. In this case, don't use the deep fryer until you've had the control board looked at and replaced if necessary.
Here are a few parts that most deep fryers have. Before servicing any of these parts, make sure that the grease filter is unplugged and safely drained.
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