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ammerman

Jan 27th, 2009 at 2:10pm

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for Dazey Deep fryer/crockpot DTC-1

I have a very old deep fryer/crockpot that still works wonderfully but I have lost the manual. There are two numbers listed on it: DTC-1 and "Model P-500. Does anyone have the instruction manual for this?

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  • stevemic55
     
    For people looking for parts (lid, crock liner, plug, etc.), the best and almost only place I've found is on Ebay. They show up fairly regularly. Search using this phrase: Dazey (crock,fryer)

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  • greenphantom61
     
    The low setting is actually 200F. The high setting is 300F. (This will vary slightly depending on your model). 140 degrees F is the temperature the food needs to reach as quickly as possible. For food safety reasons, it's a good idea to cook on HIGH for the first hour to quickly bring the temperature up to 140 degrees. Then turn the dial to LOW and finish cooking.
    Hope this helps, Happy Trails, Jack

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  • mark.budds
     
    My Dazey DTC-1 crock pot/fryer's temp control electrical plug just fried. Any ideas where I can get a replacement?

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  • inventorinventor
     
    PLEASE HELP ! I lost my mom's crockpot PLUG.

    Part#: DTC-1
    part name: Temperature Control Probe,
    crock pot Brand: Dazey,
    crock pot name: Chef's Pot,
    crock pot model#: DCP-6

    I can pay for part and shipping.
    707.793.2256 (24hr voicemail) call any hour
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  • stevemic55
     
    Regarding what temperature to set the dial at when using the crock pot liner: According to the manual's instructions for Slow Cooking, set crockery liner in the cooker, fill with food, cover and turn temperature control to 275-300°. DO NOT USE A LOWER SETTING THAN 275°. Lower temperature settings are only used when cooking WITHOUT the liner.

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  • amlarbig
     
    Do you still need a manual?

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  • cjc5204
     
    The problem I have is, setting proper temp.
    for slowcooking. The controller: 0 to 400 degrees. What would be considered as low.
    cook something 8 hrs. or overnight. I want food cooked but not overcooked or boiled dry.
    Thanks.. CJC

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  • chadwickinc
     
    I have used the Dazey fryer/crockpot for many years and love it. Recently, I broke the lid for it and am searching for a replacement. Any suggestions? When I cook a 7# turkey breast in the crockpot, I cook it for about 12 hours at 250F. It comes out juicy and delicious. Just salt & pepper before cooking. Do not add water or any liquid as the turkey produces plenty of its own.

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  • cjc5204
     
    You might check Local Thrift stores. If you don't find. You might check electric fry pans, there may be some that would adapt. The dial numbers might be different.
    CJC

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  • island718
     
    Bought an old cottage and this was with the chattels. Want to know if there is a manual out there, want to cook some fish
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  • amlarbig
     
    Do you still need a manual?

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  • ellenpmcgill
     
    I just bought one at a yard sale for $2. Didn't realize it was a crockpot as well as a fryer. Have you ever used yours as a crockpot?

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  • Rhyanna DeTuathana
     
    I love mine and use I use it as a crockpot as well. When they first came out, there was a thing attached to the isntruction guide where you could buy the crock to make it a better crockpot. I bought it. So I have to say I use it a lot as a Crockpot. Now I need to find another cause part of the leg came off mine...but it still works.

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  • squeebles
     
    I've had this crock pot/fryer for at least 20 years and love it. Recently the crock liner was broken. Does anyone know if it is possible to buy a replacement for this?

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  • Joe Mariani
     


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  • des001
     
    ok


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  • nomail
     
    The person that lost a leg... You can make one from hardwood. If you do a lot of cooking at higher temps, you may want to look for better material(s) to fabricate a leg.

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  • yippieyo
     
    I need the actual pot. I just cracked mine. Anyone know where I can get a replacement?

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  • ternkiem1972
     
    I'm in need of the heating element...Anybody?

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