A. Technical Data
60-200 Celsius (Each Side)
B. Operating Information
1.The container should be at least half full before using.
2.A yellow light will come on while the temperature reaches the desired temperature and will turn off once the desired temperature is reached.
|Red light doesnot turn on when plugged in.||Blown fuse||Replace the fuse|
|Yellow lightstays on and the temperature does not change||The plug on theheating plate is loose||Check the plugand reconnect it if it is loose.|
|Temperaturecontrol not working. ||Control switchbroken or temperature detector not connected to heat plate.||Change thecontrol tab or check the temperature plate to make sure it isconnected.|
|Yellow lightstays on after reaching the desired temperature.||Indicator lightis broken.||Change theindicator light.|
1.A fire can start if there is not enough oil used.
2.Using old oil has a lower flash point.
3.Make sure not to fry anything with excess water
4.Do not operate without oil inside.
E. Cleaning Instructions
1.If you use your deep fryer frequently, changing the oil and cleaning it every few days will help prevent a buildup of grime that can be much harder to remove. If you only use your deep fryer every couple weeks or less frequently,clean it after each use.
2.Never clean your deep fryer while it is still plugged in. Let the oil cool completely to avoid burns. Never add water to a container of hot oil,or the mixture could explode.
3.Take the frying basket out and put it in the sink. Put two or three drops of dish washing detergent on the basket for later cleaning.
4.Wipe off remaining oil from the pot and lid. Use damp, but not dripping, paper towels or a sponge to wipe away oil residue and bits of food from inside the deep fryer pot. If the oil has caked on,scrape it off with a pan scraper or spatula, taking care not to damage the finish. Some lids are removable for easy cleaning. Dispose of the oil as before.
5.Wipe the deep fryer's heating element clean if necessary. If they are covered in oily residue, wipe them down with paper towels. Be careful not to bend or damage any parts while wiping.
6.Fill the fryer with hot water. Use as much water as you normally would oil and no more. Let the hot water sit for 30 minutes.
7.Run warm water over the frying basket and clean it by wiping back and forth. Use a scrubbing-brush (a tooth-brush works well) to remove food particles.
8.Let dry completely before using again. Use a towel to dry the outside of the deep fryer, but let the inside air dry. Wait long enough for the fryer to dry completely. This gives any water that accidentally entered the electrical system a chance to drain before you plug the fryer back in.
F. Basket Setup Guide
Pinch the metal on the handle together to slide it into the basket slots.