Frymaster Hi Temp Failure
My work is going to send me to the next Frymaster training class that is closest to the Northwest and so I'm having to do most of my learning on Frymaster hands on right now.
I was working on an electric Frymaster fryer that after they drained the oil and put new oil in, it started going to Hi Temp Failure within a few minutes of turning the computer on.
So I started by unplugging the cable from the board inside that connects to the computer, then reconnecting it, but it still went to Hi Temp Failure with a few minutes after turning the computer on.
So I went out to the van to get a different cable to see if it was the problem but I didn't have another computer with the same style connector so I just tried a newer computer and it never went to Hi Temp failure at all.
What would have been the fastest way to get to the diagnosis.