Legend in the Back Yard!
“Cajun Fryer “ Cook like a PRO Every
Time. Featuring sizes From 2-1/2
Gal to 17 Gal.
“Smokin’ Cajun Grill “ The Most versatile grill on the market. Slow cook/
smoke at 250° or Sear at 750° and
Operating Manual
For the Cajun Fryer
Models
FF1 FF2EC FF2R FF2S
“Cajun Bayou Broiler“ Cook Steaks like
all the High End Steakhouses do!
Sear your Steaks at 1000° for
Professionally cook Steak!
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“Cajun Express Smoker“ The fastest
smoker around! With the Cajun
Express cook multiple Racks of Baby
Back Rims in 35 Minutes!
Every piece of the R&V Works Cajun Kitchen is Built to make you a true
Legend in the Back Yard!
WARNING
READ AND FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS
AND INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL
TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY OR
PROPERTY DAMAGE.
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Table of Contents
After a product warranty expires, spare parts are available for purchase. R & V Works will have parts available for products for as many
as five years after R & V Works discontinues the product.
1. IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS ....................................... 3
2. THE CAJUN FRYER STORY ....................................... 5
What we will not do.
7. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS .......................... 8
This Limited Warranty does not apply to expendable or consumable parts and
does not extend to any product from which the Cajun Fryer Identification Name
Plate has been removed or that has been damaged or rendered defective (a) as
a result of accident, misuse, abuse, contamination, improper or inadequate
maintenance, or other external causes; (b) by operation outside the usage parameters stated in the user documentation that shipped with the product; (c) by
improper site preparation or maintenance; (d) from loss or damage in transit; or
(e) by modification or service by anyone other than R& V Works authorized
service provider.
8. GAS LEAK TEST ......................................................... 10
What you must do to keep the warranty in effect.
9. ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS ...................................... 11
It is possible to void the warranty on an R & V Works product. Any failure
caused by a third-party component will not be covered by warranty.
3. PROPER CARE AND MAINTENANCE ........................ 6
4. CHANGING JET ........................................................... 6
5. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ..................................... 6
6. BASKETSIZES..……………………………………………7
A. COOKER ASSEMBLY .......................................... 12
B. FF1R TABLE ASSEMBLY .................................... 13
Normal responsibility of the buyer
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C. FF2 TABLE ASSEMBLY....................................... 14
E. FF2EC ASSEMBLY............................................... 15
F. SAFER TURKEY FRYER ..................................... 16
8. LIMITED WARRANTY .................................................. 17
R & V Works
304 Fincher Creek Rd.
Homer, LA 71040
Office - (318)258-3037
Fax - (318)258-5340
Toll Free - 1(800)908-3037
After Hours - (318)393-8162
E-mail - Admin@cajunfryer.com
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Setup and operating the appliance according to directions.
Reasonable care of product to prevent rust or oxidation from occurring.
Operating appliances at appropriate temperatures.
Storing of product after use.
What you must do to get service.
To receive service on your R & V Works product you can contact us at 1-800908-3037. Have the model number and proof of purchase available when you
talk to a representative.
How state laws relate to this warranty.
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE LIMITED IN DURATION, SET OUT ABOVE.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED
WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO
YOU.
ANY LIABILITY FOR INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE FAILURE OF THE CAJUN FRYER TO COMPLY
WITH THIS WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY IS EXCLUDED.
CUSTOMER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE PURCHASE PRICE CHARGED
IS BASED UPON THE LIMITATIONS CONTAINED IN THE WARRANTY SET
OUT ABOVE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SO THE
ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS
WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO
HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
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THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS SUPERCEDE ANY PRIOR AGREEMENTS OR REPRESENTATIONS- INCLUDING REPRESENTATIONS MADE
IN R & V WORKS SALES LITERATURE OR ADVICE GIVEN TO YOU BY R &
V WORKS OR AN AGENT OR EMPLOYEE OF R & V WORKS — THAT MAY
HAVE BEEN MADE IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF THE R &
V WORKS PRODUCT..
No change to the conditions of this Limited Warranty is valid unless it is made in
writing and signed by an authorized representative of R & V Works.
Limitation of Liability
IF YOUR R & V WORKS PRODUCT FAILS TO WORK AS WARRANTED
ABOVE, R & V WORKS MAXIMUM LIABILITY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO THE LESSER OF THE PRICE YOU
HAVE PAID FOR THE PRODUCT OR THE COST OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF ANY COMPONENT OR STRUCTURAL MATERIALS THAT MALFUNCTION OR FAIL IN CONDITIONS OF NORMAL USE.
Limited Warranty Period
The Limited Warranty Period for an R & V Works Product is a specified, fixed
period commencing on the date of purchase. The date on your sales receipt is
the date of purchase unless R & V Works or your reseller informs you otherwise
in writing.
What we will do to correct problems.
The following information pertains to the types of support that is available and
can be used to correct any problem with one of R & V Works’ products.
 Self-repair
 Parts-only
 Unit replacement
The following list provides more detail about each of the service delivery types:
Self-repair service provides the customer with remote diagnosis and remote
repair. R & V Works will ship any part to the customer that is necessary to repair a defect. The customer will be responsible for installing the necessary
parts and for returning any unused parts and defective part to R & V Works. All
cost for parts and shipping are paid by R & V Works.
 Parts-only service provides replacement parts at no charge. If the
product has a defective part within the coverage of this warranty we
will provide a replacement part at not cost to the customer.
Unit replacement includes remote diagnosis and if a covered product
has defect that is under warranty and cannot be replaced or fixed by
self-repair we will repair or replace the unit. At the customer’s expense, the customer will first ship the covered product to R & V Works
for repair or replacement. R & V Works will then ship the repaired or
replacement covered product back to the customer at R & V Works
expense.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
WE WANT YOU TO ASSEMBLE AND USE YOUR “CAJUN FRYER” AS
SAFELY AS POSSIBLE.
PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE ASSEMBLING AND OPERATING YOUR
COOKER.
WARNING
• CAUTION!!! HOT OIL AND WATER DO NOT MIX. Always thoroughly dry the
inside of fryer prior to adding oil. Never place frozen or wet food in cooker. Always make sure food is fully thawed and excess moisture is removed before
use. Doing this will cause the oil to erupt violently and may lead to personal
injury or property damage.
• Always use caution when lighting cooker. Crack open the needle valve and
ignite through the oblong hole with a long stem trigger propane lighter. Do not
allow the gas to build up in exhaust stack. If cooker does not ignite within 3
seconds, close needle valve and wait 1 minute before attempting to light the
cooker. Never place your body in front of or near the opening of the exhaust
stack. Doing this may cause an explosion and may lead to personal injury or
property damage.
• Always use caution when placing food in cooker. Never drop food in cooker.
Doing this may cause the oil to splash and may lead to personal injury or property damage.
• Only use this cooker on a hard, level, noncombustible, stable surface
(concrete, ground, etc.) capable of supporting the weight of the cooker.
• Proper clearance of 10 feet between the cooker and combustible material
(bushes, trees, wooden decks, fences, buildings, etc.) or structures should be
maintained at all times when cooker is in use.
• Do not use this cooker for other than its intended purpose.
• For outdoor use only. Do not operate cooker indoors or in an enclosed area.
In windy weather, place cooker in an outdoor area that is protected from the
wind, with the cooker facing the wind.
• When opening lid, make sure it is pushed all the way back so it rests against
the lid support bracket. If lid is not resting against the bracket, it could fall back
to a closed position and cause bodily injury.
• Never cook with the lid down, however lid may get very hot during use. Use
caution when opening cooker lid. Always wear oven mitts or gloves to protect
your hands from burns. Avoid touching hot surfaces.
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• Place cooker in an area where children and pets cannot come into contact
with unit. Close supervision is necessary when cooker is in use. Do not leave
cooker unattended when in use. Oil will remain hot for as long as 3 hours, use
caution until oil has cooled down.
• Never move cooker when it is in use or when it contains hot oil.
• Do not use cooker near gasoline or other flammable liquids, gases or where
flammable vapors may be present.
• Use caution when assembling and operating your cooker to avoid scrapes or
cuts from sharp edges of metal parts.
Limited Warranty
What this warranty covers.
R & V Works Products
Duration
Components and accessories
Structural Materials and Workmanship
One-year limited warranty
Lifetime limited warranty
General Terms
• After each use, clean and dry the cooker thoroughly and reapply a light coat of
nonstick cooking oil to interior to prevent rusting as explained in the "Proper
Care & Maintenance" sections of this manual. Cover the cooker to protect it
from the weather.
This R & V Works Limited Warranty gives you, the customer, express limited
warranty rights from R & V Works, the manufacturer. In addition, you may also
have other legal rights under applicable local law or special written agreement
with R & V Works.
This warranty remains in force for one-year on components and accessories
and for lifetime on structural materials and workmanship, to the original purchaser, from the date of purchase.
• Use caution when lifting or moving cooker to prevent strains and back injuries.
Moving cooker may require the help of an additional person.
What this warranty does not cover.
• We advise that a fire extinguisher be on hand. Refer to your local authority to
determine proper size and type of fire extinguisher.
• Accessory attachments not manufactured by R & V Works for these products
are not recommended and may lead to personal injury or property damage.
• Store the cooker out of reach of children and in a safe location when not in
use.
• Do not attempt to service cooker other than normal maintenance as explained
in the "Proper Care & Maintenance" sections of this manual. Major repairs can
be authorized by R & V Works only.
• Caution! Make sure to secure the propane tank to the table with a bungee
cord to the slots provided in the table.
R & V Works does not warrant that operation of this product will be uninterrupted or error-free. R & V Works is not responsible for damage that occurs as a
result of your failure to follow the instruction intended for the R & V Works Product.
This Limited Warranty does not apply to expendable or consumable parts and
does not extend to any product from which the Cajun Fryer Identification Name
Plate has been removed or that has been damaged or rendered defective (a) as
a result of accident, misuse, abuse, contamination, improper or inadequate
maintenance, or other external causes; (b) by operation outside the usage parameters stated in the user documentation that shipped with the product; (c) by
improper site preparation or maintenance; (d) from loss or damage in transit; or
(e) by modification or service by anyone other than R& V Works authorized
service provider.
Warranty Conditions
FAILURE TO ADHERE TO SAFETY WARNINGS AND GUIDELINES IN THIS
MANUAL COULD RESULT IN BODILY INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
The following information pertains to typical warranty coverage.
 Warranty terms and conditions provide repair or replacement (at the
discretion of the manufacture of defects in the manufacturer’s material
or workmanship. The warranty does not protect against accidental
damage, loss, acts of nature, or any other event that did not occur
during the manufacture of the product.
 When R & V Works repairs a product, the repair may be completed
with new or previously used products, with parts equivalent to new in
performance and reliability.
SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Exclusive Remedy
• Properly dispose of all packaging material.
• Use caution when transporting the cooker especially in a vehicle. Make sure
you tie down the cooker securely, so it will not move.
USE CAUTION AND COMMON SENSE WHEN OPERATING YOUR COOKER.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY APPLICABLE LOCAL LAWS, THESE
TERMS AND CONDITIONS CONSTITUTE THE COMPLETE AND EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND R & V WORKS REGARDING THE R & V WORKS PRODUCT YOU HAVE PURCHASED.
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The Cajun Fryer Story
The Success of the “Cajun Fryer” is in the design of
the Burner/ Flue. The Burner/ Flue is positioned 6” above
the bottom of the oil reservoir and is at a 45⁰ angle. This
prevents the food batter from collecting on the Burner/ Flue
and allows it to fall to the bottom of the reservoir.
The fire burning inside the Burner/ Flue safely heats
the oil. Since heat rises, the cooking chamber, which is
above the Burner/ Flue, is able to reach temperatures sufficient enough to fry any type of food. But the temperature of
the oil in the VEE (The Cool Zone), never gets hotter than
120⁰, which isn’t hot enough to burn or scorch the batter.
This keeps the oil cleaner, cooking after cooking. This will
give you an estimated 70% reduction in oil use.
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PROPER CARE AND MAINTENANCE
• Drain oil, lay cooker on its side and hose out - or - fill fryer with water and
heat, take flexible spatula or scraper and get under the heating device and
scrape, drain water and remove excess water form the inside of the cooker
with a sponge or dry cloth. Make sure you spray with a nonstick cooking
spray to prevent rusting.
• We recommend changing the oil after 25-30 normal cooking's and strain oil
every 5 cooking. This will double the oil’s life expectancy, due to the cookers
revolutionary design.
• NOTE: The current propane tanks are equipped with a safety valve (OPD
Valve) that restricts the output of the propane in case the hose is cut or
burned. If this valve closes you will only get a small yellow flame. To reset the
OPD Valve. Close the tank valve. Remove the green nut. Close the needle
valve. Reattach the green nut. Open the tank valve very slowly, approximately 1 1/2 to 2 turns. Open the needle valve and relight the “Cajun Fryer”.
CHANGING JET
1. Remove two bolts from red plate in the back of the cooker
2. Unscrew jet inside red plate
3. Replace jet with new jet
4. Reinstall bolts in red plate
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Wash fryer with dishwashing detergent and warm water prior to use. The
inside of the unit has been sprayed with cooking oil to prevent rust.
2. Hook up regulator to a propane tank.
FF2EC Assembly Instructions
The First thing to note on assembling the FF2EC Assembly is to leave
ALL Screws loose until the Assembly is Complete. Then tighten all
of the screws to finish the Unit.
1. Starting with the Stand Unit install the Horizontal Brace between
the 2 Leg Assemblies, to sure to turn the mounting flanges on the
leg assembly to the center.
2. Instal the Diagonal Brace between the Horizontal Brace and the
Rear Leg Assembly.
3. Place the Cooker on top of the Stand Assembly and install the
Bolts, Washers and Nuts.
4. Tighten the 7 screws and nuts using a
wrench and screw driver.
3. Each unit is marked with the amount of gallons to be used. Locate the baskets on cooking rod and fill the reservoir approximately 3 - 4 wires from the
top of the basket.
4. Close needle valve near the regulator on the cooker. Open valve on propane tank.
5. Always use caution when lighting cooker. Crack open the needle valve and
ignite through the oblong hole with a long stem trigger propane lighter. Do not
allow the gas to build up in exhaust stack. If cooker does not ignite within in 3
seconds, close needle valve and wait 1 minute before attempting to light the
cooker. Never place your body in front of or near the opening of the exhaust
stack.
6. Open the needle valve to increase temperature. Some adjustments may be
required if equipped with an adjustable regulator.
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Operate ONLY in well ventilated area.
7. Bring oil to approximately 300-350 degrees and begin frying food.
8. If storing cooker without oil, always spray inside with nonstick cooking
spray after cleaning to prevent rust.
COOKING BASKETS
RV-002 (Black Handle Basket): 5-3/8" Depth x 11" Length x 4-1/8"
Width of baskets will hold 8-10 Catfish fillets for each basket. These baskets are
used with 4 gallon, Econo and 2.5 gallon Cajun Fryers
RV-003 (Blue Handle Basket):
5-5/8" Depth x 13-1/4" Length x 5-5/8"
Width of baskets will hold 12-15 Catfish fillets for each basket. These baskets
are used with the 6 gallon, 8.5 gallon 12 gallon/ 4 Basket, and 17 gallon Cajun
Fryers.
RV-004 (Yellow Handle Baskets):
8-1/4" Depth x 17" Length x 6"
Width will hold 25-30 Catfish fillets for each basket. This basket is used for 12
gallon Commercial Jimmy model.
Model
Gallons of Oil
Number of people
served per-hour
FF1R
2.5 gallon-Single Basket (black handle)
12-15
FF2R/
ECONO
4 gallon-Two Baskets (black handle)
25-30
FF2S
6 gallon-Two Baskets (blue handle)
35-40
FF3R
8.5 gallon-Three Baskets (blue handle)
65-70
FF4
12 gallons - Four Baskets (blue handle)
75-80
FF6R
17 gallons, 6 baskets (use the blue handle
baskets)
150
FF12 CJ
12 Commercial Jimmy (use Yellow handle
baskets)
100
FF2T Assembly Instructions
The First thing to note on assembling a Stand Assembly is to leave
ALL Screws loose until the Assembly is Complete. Then tighten all
of the screws to finish the Unit.
1. Take the two side plates and attach them to the Skid Weldment
using 4 ea. 1/4” x 1/2” screws, 8 ea. 1/4” washers and 4 ea. 1/4”
nuts.
2. Next attach the tie brace to the back of the side plate. To do this
you will use 4 ea. 1/4” x 1/2” screws and 4 ea. 1/4” nuts.
3. Fasten the side shelf to the front of the stand assembly using 4
ea. 1/4”x 1/2” screws and 4 ea. 1/4” nuts.
4. Tighten the 12 screws and nuts using a 7/16”
wrench and screw driver.
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Frequently Asked Questions
About The
“CAJUN FRYER”
1. How much oil goes in fryer? It depends on Model of the fryer. A
decal is located on the lid. As a general rule -locate the baskets on cooking rod
and fill the reservoir approximately 3 - 4 wires from the top of the basket. DO
NOT OVERFILL - EASIER TO ADD THAN TAKE OUT.
2. How much time does it take to heat the oil? 2 ½ gallon - 12 -14
min., (jet is smaller than others). 4 gallon -12-14 min. 6 gallon -14-16 min. 8 ½
gallon - 16-18 min. 12 gallon - 18-22 min. 12 gallon/ 4Basket - 16-18 min. using
both burner flues 17 gallon -16-18 min. These times are of propane. Natural gas
will take longer to heat the oil.
3. How much food does each basket hold? Black Handle Basket 8-10 catfish filets for each basket. Blue Handle Baskets - 12-15 catfish filets per
basket. Yellow Baskets – 25-30 filets per basket.
4. How many people will fryer feed per hour? 2 ½ gallon -12-15
per hour, 4 gallon 25-30 per hour, 6 gallon - 35-40 per hour, 8 ½ gallon - 65-70
per hour, 12 gallon - 75-80 per hour, 12 gallon/ 4 basket –70-80 per hour and
17 gallon - 150 per hour .
5. How
long can you cook on a 5 gallon tank? 5 - 8 hours
FF1T Assembly Instructions
The First thing to note on assembling a Stand Assembly is to leave
ALL Screws loose until the Assembly is Complete. Then tighten all
of the screws to finish the Unit.
1. Take the two side plates and attach them to the Skid Weldment
using 4 ea. 1/4” x 1/2” screws, 8 ea. 1/4” washers and 4 ea. 1/4”
nuts.
2. Next attach the tie braces to the front and back of the side plate.
To do this you will use 8 ea. 1/4” x 1/2” screws and 8 ea. 1/4”
nuts.
3. Fasten the side shelf to the front of the stand assembly using 4
ea. 1/4”x 1/2” screws and 4 ea. 1/4” nuts.
4. Tighten the 16 screws and nuts using a 7/16”
wrench and screw driver.
5. To complete the assembly place the 2 1/2 gal fryer into the
stand. Fasten the adjustment tabs onto the side plates facing the
front of the cooker. This will use the last two 1/4” x 1/2”
screws and 1/4” nuts.
6. How to clean fryer? Drain oil, lay cooker on its side and hose out - or fill fryer with water and heat, take flexible spatula or scraper and get under the
heating device and scrape, drain water and remove excess water form the inside of the cooker with a sponge or dry cloth. Make sure you spray with a nonstick cooking spray to prevent rusting.
7. How do you filter the oil? Use a drain hose and a fine mesh filter,
such as a paint filter or a kitchen strainer and drain back into storage container.
8. How do you store the oil after draining? HOT oil can be drained
into a METAL oil storage container. If you allow oil to cool to 100 degrees, you
can put it back in the plastic container, then store in a cool dry location.
9. What is recommended cooking temperature to cook at?
350 degrees is a good temperature for frying most foods. You may adjust accordingly to how crispy you like your food. Frozen french fries can be cooked at
a little higher temperature.
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Cooker Assembly Instructions
11. What is the weight of the fryer? 2 ½ gallon - 56 pounds, 4 gallon
- 65 pounds, 6 gallon -70 pounds, 8 ½ gallon 125 pounds, 12 gallon Jimmy -175
pounds, 12 gallon/ 4 basket –150 pounds and 17 gallon-225 pounds. Stands
are approximately 50 pounds
12. How
many pounds of food can be cooked in oil before
having to change? At the Spring Fishing Classic’s, we cooked at a number of Bass Pro Shops. We used the same oil at all events - we prepared over
400 pounds of food. The oil was still producing wonderful food.
13. What type of oil do you use in fryer? All types of oil can be
used. Most people use vegetable oil. Peanut oil is good, but some people have
allergies to peanuts, so vegetable oil is usually safest when cooking for a large
crowd.
14. Which size fryer do you use to cook turkeys? Starting with
the 6 gallon size; 6 gallon will cook 1 turkey at a time, 8 1/2 gallon - 2 at a time,
12 gallon/ 4 basket 2 at a time,12 gallon - 3 at a time and 17 gallon - 4 at a time.
Instruction For Attaching Hose and Regulator to the Fryer
1. Complete Red Plate Assembly per instruction on Red Plate Kit or
Listed later in the Manual.
2. Attach Red Plate assembly to the Burner Flange with two 1/4” x 1/2”
Pan Head Screws and Nuts provided in the Red Plat Kit.
3. Attach the Thermometer to the front of the Cajun Fryer by inserting
the Stem/Threaded end into the Collar as shown, using a Crescent
Wrench, tighten until snug and the face of the Thermometer is in the
Proper Position
15. How many turkeys can you cook before changing oil? 12
- 13 - When you inject a turkey, the butter seasoning and juice will get into your
oil as it cooks and affects the quality of your oil. After cooking 12 - 13, you will
need to inspect the oil and determine if you can cook anymore. But we recommend 12 -13 to be safe.
16. How
degrees.
long do you cook turkey? 3 ½ minutes per pound @ 350
17. Can you use the oil from frying turkey to fry anything
else? NOT RECOMMENED because injectable marinade gets into oil and will
affect taste and quality.
18. How do I change from Propane to Natural Gas? Contact R &
V Works and we will ship you the natural gas jet. You will need to contact your
natural gas supplier to find out what type of plumbing and regulator you will
need in your area. Natural gas regulators and propane regulators are different.
They will not interchange. Natural gas does not burn as hot as propane, so the
oil will take longer to get hot.
19. How do I buy parts? There is a parts list on the internet. The web site
is www.cajunfryer.com.
Rubber Bungee Cord
Picture shows the proper method for
securing the Propane Bottle to the
Fryer Stand.
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20. What
do I do if I want to touchup or repaint my “CAJUN
FRYER”? You may purchase Stove-Bright Charcoal 1200° touchup paint
from R & V Works. It is not unusual for the paint to burn off the stack.
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To Assemble Red Plate Assembly
1. Place threaded end of Hose/Regulator thru 1 of the Large
flat washers.
2. Next put the Hose/Regulator through the Red Plate
3. Place the other two Flat Washers onto the Hose/Regulator,
Red Plate and then follow with the Lock Washer.
4. Next thread the Nut onto the Hose Regulator and tighten it
firmly using two Crescent Wrenches. Be sure not to over
tighten this Nut as you can destroy the brass threads on the
Hose/Regulator.
5. Attach the Red Plate Assembly to the Fryer using the 4 ea.
1/4” x 1/2” Screws, 2 ear 1/4” Washers and 2 ea. 1/4”
Nuts.
To Bolt the Cooker to the Stand, Place Cooker on the Stand Assembly. Position the cooker so that the slotted horizontal slotted
hole matches up with the vertical hole in the Stand Assembly.
From the cooker side place the 3/8” Carriage Bolt though the slotted holes. Thread the wing nut onto the carriage bolt and tighten.
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