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I need an instruction manual for a cooks essentials air fryer


How to Use Your Fryer:
  • Remove all packaging materials, sticker, and labels.
  • Clean the basket and pan with hot water, soap and a non-abrasive sponge. These parts are dishwasher safe.
  • Wipe the inside and outside of the appliance with a clean cloth.
  • Place the air fryer on a flat and even surface.
  • Put the basket in the pan.
  • Plug unit in to an approved wall socket.
  • Place the ingredients in the basket and then put the basket and pan back into the appliance. The fryer LED will light up.
  • Set your cooking time and temperature by either choosing one of the 8 presets or manually set it with the "+" or "-" buttons. See "Cooking Guide" to determine the right time and temperature.
  • Once you have set your cooking time and temperature, press the "Start" Button.
  • The heating icon and fan icon will be blinking and this means that the fryer is starting and is circulating the hot air in the fryer. NOTE: During hot air frying, you will notice that the heating up icon will blink and stays from time to time. When the heating icon is on, it means that the temperature inside the fryer has reached the set temperature. When the heating icon is blinking, it means that the temperature inside the fryer dropped and is below the set temperature and is currently heating up to the reach the set temperature.
  • Some ingredients may need to be shaken halfway through the cooking cycle (see "Cooking Guide"), To do this, pull the pan out of the air fryer by the handle, the air fryer will automatically shut down. Then shake the contents in the basket, then slide the pan back into the air fryer and it will resume the cooking cycle. CAUTION: Do not press the button on the handle during shaking; this will detach the basket from the pan.
  • When the cooking time has been reacher, the air blower will stop in 20 seconds.
  • Pull the pan out of the fryer and place it on a pot holder. The cooking pan is VERY HOT do not put on surface that can burn. NOTE: Oil from the ingredients will gather in the bottom of the pan, so be careful when pulling the pan out of the fryer.
  • To remove the ingredients, press the button on the handle of the pan to detach the basket. DO NOT TURN THE PAN OVER. PLACE ON A POT HOLDER.
  • Upon placing the cooking basket back into the air fryer, the air fryer will automatically go to the previous cooking cycle and will repeat the previous cooking cycle, press the cancel button to stop and reset the air fryer if desired.

Mar 25, 2016 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Frymaster Dean Deep Fryers pilots light automatically go off


Will this heat up at all. Is it the same Model # as the one you .have some changes from the one you have for 2 years ago might have been made. check model # and make sure it is the same The light that go's out might be when the unit come up to the setting you put you Thermostat on meaning it heated up and will come back on when the temp drops and it starts to heat back up. it's that simple. if you just got this unit it should work if you turn the heating setting up . Let me know if the unit heats that is the starting point.

May 04, 2014 | Frymaster Dean SR42G Deep Fryer

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I set the temp on the fryer and nothing happens. how do i know it has heated up


U need to set a time on the timer according to the booklet
also u need to put the handel down for the light to come on and the unit to run/ turn on.
I hope this helps......

Feb 11, 2013 | Chef's Mark 16cup Professional Fryer

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This fryer has been giving us problems. After we


You can try putting a jumper wire between the two terminals on the thermostat after the pilot is lit to see if the valve comes on. It is less than 1 volt so don't worry. That will tell you if the problem is with the thermostat or the gas valve.
Tom

May 18, 2010 | Dean SM20G2 Deep Fryer

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I pliug it in and a light comes on but nothing works. no heating, the buttons do nothing. no reset


theres a reset button on the back hidden on the right side in a little whole you will need a bbq skwer you will hear a little click and it will start working again

Mar 22, 2010 | Emerilware FR7009001 Deep Fryer

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Gas on but not at the high frequency needed to cook something


If you look at the bottom of the burner you will see the orfices.Get a small paper clip and put it in the orfice (its a very small hole) and see if any gunk comes out.Now light the fryer,let me know.

May 13, 2009 | Imperial IFS40 Deep Fryer

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Unit will not start no light no nothing


comes on at 200 degrees. States err. beeps continualy. will not start.

Nov 27, 2008 | Masterbuilt 20010306 Deep Fryer

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Fryer maybe leaking propane


Hello

To see if this is leaking you can make a soap solution of 1 tablespoon of dishwashing soap to 1 cup of water to see if it bubbles. Just apply it around the knob on the gas valve or pilot valve.If it bubbles it is leaking and will need replaced. This will rule out a draft of air coming from somewhere else.


Hope this helps

May 31, 2008 | Pitco Frialator Kitchen Appliances -...

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Deep Fryer stopped working.


I had the same problem, but I fixed mine!!!! Make sure that the part with the control panel is locked in. It you just sit it in, it won't come on. You must lock it in on the side.

Apr 08, 2008 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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