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Recommended Frying Temperatures The actual temperatures and times used for frying will depend on the type of equipment used, the throughput and oil recovery rate, the size of the pieces being fried, the nature and condition of the frying fat or oil and upon local taste. However, the following temperatures and times are offered as a guide. Frozen foods may take up to a minute longer than the times indicated. Items Suggested Temperatures Approximate Time °C °F (minutes) Potato Chips, straight through 188 370 4-5 Potato Chips, blanching 166 330 4-6 Potato Chips, Browning 191 375 2-3 Potato Chips, frozen, blanched 180 355 4-5 Fish (battered pieces) 188 370 3-5 Prawns and Scampi (battered) 177 350 3-5 Meat cutlets 177 350 3-6 Chicken Pieces 171 340 6-12 Sausages 177 350 1-2 Fruit Fritters 177 350 2-4 Vegetables 177 350 2-4 Onion Rings 177 350 2-4 Doughnuts 188 370 1-2 Choux paste 182 360 1-2

American Range... | Answered on Dec 23, 2018


I'm sorry, I would have to recommend you contact a local appliance repair facility. there is too much liability in wiring explanation, fire/electrical shock hazard.

American Range... | Answered on Dec 20, 2017


Faulty thermocouple or stat

American Range... | Answered on Sep 28, 2017


call a repair service . GAS appliances are not in the DIY area . they want to go BOOM

American Range... | Answered on Sep 18, 2017


Gp to a restaurant equipment store or a food broker type place, or I can ship the product to you via UPS, but there are prodcuts developed specifically for cleaning fryers out, like Mr. Muscle, Degreaser, etc. You would fill your fryer up w/water, add the solution, like a packet of Mr. Muscle, and continue to boil the mixture for some time in the fryer.... After it's boiled for some time, use a fryer brush on your heating elements, etc, which you can also buy at a local store or I can ship one to you. When the fryer is clean, you will drain the mixture out and rinse several times. You want to make sure you get all the soap residue out of the fryer or it will destroy your oil after you add it in and try to cook with it...Rinse several times, then add your oil and you should be ready to go. You can also drop your fryer baskets in the mixture just like you are cooking and the boil out product will clean them too.. Be sure to drop them again as you rinse the whole unit out.. Hope this helps. Buy a couple of green pads too, and they should help you with any outside baked on stuff
Good luck,
Susan
REO

American Range... | Answered on Apr 26, 2015


In order to turn the knob to the pilot position you need to push the knob in slightly and then turn. Once the pilot position on the knob is lined up with the indicator on the valve, you can push it in and gas will flow to the pilot assembly.

American Range... | Answered on Mar 08, 2015


The color of the flame can be affected by a few different things. here are three of them: 1. If there is a food substance contacting the burner where the flame comes out, this will give the flame an orange tint. 2. If the propane is being burned at a very high rate, the flame can become invisible in daylight-like conditions. 3. If the propane is being burned at a very low rate it can also have an orange tint. Hope this is clarifying.

American Range... | Answered on Mar 01, 2015


The pilot should stay on after holding the button down for a minute or so.

American Range... | Answered on Feb 28, 2015


American Range part number A80201. It's an NFS approved stainless ball valve, generally 1.25". If you Google American Range A80201 you can find it on line for less than $70. You must use an NSF approved valve to comply with health codes.

American Range... | Answered on Sep 23, 2014


The pilot light has only a small orifice and this can carbon shut with time; with a small wire, you can try cleaning it.
They may also provide a separate adjustable valve for the pilot and this setting may have drifted over time, shrinking the flame height and therefore resistance to being extinguished.

American Range... | Answered on Sep 19, 2014

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