Originally Posted by RuudInstaller
Or if they rip the wire off of the drain switch, gas valve, or flame sensor while trying to open the drain valve, I have seen this many times.
Or a wire going to the blower motor"s stator winding, which they told me...uh "We tried to stick it back in but it didn't work."
"You never know what others don't know."
"Ma'am, watch that for me while I go turn on the breaker and SCREAM for me if it sparks or pops...."
Frymaster also has leds on the interface boards that can help in troubleshooting. Diagnosis can be made quickly.
I would say either one of the flame sensors or one of the ignition modules. I would start with 2 flame new sensors. I don't think it is a computer problem, usually when a computer goes bad and says help it doesn't happen intermittently.
The leds on the board can also be used to troubleshoot the appliance.