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  • Help on a Frymaster Model # FPPH455CSD

     MONEY updated 5 days, 22 hours ago 3 Members · 6 Posts
  • MONEY

    Member
    November 5, 2019 at 3:51 pm

    Looking to identify the right Part # for the 12 Pin Hi Limit plug/cord that connects from Control Board and the Computer.  Please see attached Pics.

    Thank you 


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  • MONEY

    Member
    November 5, 2019 at 4:31 pm

    Thank you Sir! 

  • ectofix

    Member
    November 5, 2019 at 6:40 pm

    I’m sorry, but I must intervene.  Don’t order that part (8073716).  That’s for an electric fryer. 

    Your model number (the H with the 55) denotes that you have a 4-bank H55 series high-efficiency GAS fryer.  It’s a Foot-Print Pro series (FPP), indicating that it has their latest built-in filtration system. 

    Electric and gas are two completely different animals.  The wire harnesses are NOT the same.
    Give me a few minutes and I’ll give you some more specific guidance.

    • techtownmayor

      Administrator
      November 5, 2019 at 8:23 pm

      Thank you! Your knowledge is incredible!

  • ectofix

    Member
    November 5, 2019 at 7:17 pm

    Here’s the correct manual for your GAS fryer:
    http://fm-xweb.frymaster.com/service/udocs/Manuals/8196083.pdf
    So, your picture shows the 12 pin connector that connects to the back of the interface board which has – unfortunately, broken off several legs of the pin housing into the interface board.   It happens. 
    There’s no getting those out of the board.  You’ll need a new interface board:
    https://www.partstown.com/frymaster/fm8262264
    Don’t worry about the extra relay sockets on the new board.  It’s a universal board for full/split vats and basket liftsYours is a full vat with NO basket lifts.  Just remove the ice cube relay from your old board and install it into the lower, right-hand socket on the new board.  It’ll work.
    Next, the plug.  The simplest thing is to replace the just the plug housing.  To do that, you’ll need the housing and a pin pusher:
    https://www.partstown.com/frymaster/fm8064855
    https://www.partstown.com/frymaster/fm8070160
    If you encounter problems removing the pins from that broken pin housing, then you’ll have no choice than to replace the entire wire harness from the transformer box to the interface board. 
    Here’s a link for the harness with a 9-pin connector at the transformer box (12 at the interface board):
    https://www.partstown.com/frymaster/fm8071978
    Look at what you got.  Some fryers had a 6-pin to the transformer box.  I don’t know the part number for that.
    When you receive the new wire harness, you’ll need to refer to the old one to connect two, un-terminated wires to each other.  The harness was designed for fryers with a air-proof switch…which we don’t have on U.S. fryers.

  • MONEY

    Member
    November 6, 2019 at 8:15 am

    This is Awesome! Thank you fine Sir! 

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