Filtration. The first step in filtration is to prepare the pan. Open the cabinet and pull the filter pan from the fryer. It can be lifted from the cradle for cleaning. Remove the components and clear them of all debris, ensure no water is left in the filter pan. Reassemble the pan in this order: filter screen, it rests on pins on the bottom of the filter pan. The filter paper rests on top of the screen, lapping on the wall of the filter pan. This creates a seal under the hold down crate. Add one pack of the filter powder. Be sure to check the O-rings on the filter pan pick up tube; it must be present and in good condition for the filter system to operate properly. Replace the crumb basket and close the filter door, ensuring the pickup tube is fully seated. Turn the computer on, the fryer must be at operating temperature for filtration. If not prepared immediately before filtration, make sure the filter pan is ready. Remove large debris from the oil. Turn the fryer off, open the drain valve, the oil flows from the fry pot to the filter pan. Remove the basket rack and raise the elements. Turn the filter pump on, leave the drain valve open, the oil is pumped from the filter pan to the fry pot and through the open drain. Flushing debris through the fry pot as it flows. If the drain valve becomes clogged, turn the filter pump off and use the fryer’s thread to dislodge debris from the valve. Be careful not to damage the interior of the drain valve with the fryer’s thread. Use caution, and wear protective gear. The oil is very hot and can cause serious injury. With the oil flowing, a brush can be used to clean the fry pot, again, use caution and wear protective clothing. After 5 minutes, close the drain valve, leave the filter pump on, and the fry pot will fill. As the filter pan is entered with oil, air bubbles will form in the filling fry pot. Allow the bubbles to form for 10-15 seconds before shutting off the filter pump. This helps clear the return lines of oil. Turn the fryer on, and allow it to return to operating temperature.

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Filtration is another necessary part of preventative maintenance. This video will show you the proper way to use the filter system in your Frymaster E4 Series fryer.

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