Thaw the turkey. Placing a frozen turkey into hot oil will cause the oil to splatter. Hot oil splattering onto the lit burner greatly increases the risk of fire, explosion, injury and death.
Use the products to deep fry food only outdoors, and only on a non-combustible surface such as brick, concrete, or dirt. NOT SUITABLE are surfaces such as wood, asphalt, or plastic which may burn, blister or melt.
DO NOT use under any overhangs or roofs, and keep a minimum clearance of 10 ft. on all sides of the cooker.
DO NOT leave unattended while cooker is in use or is still hot (above 100° F).
COOKING WITH OIL IS NOT SIMILAR TO ANY OTHER COOKER METHOD. Cooking oil is very combustible at high temperatures, and special precautions must be taken to avoid a dangerous grease fire.
If a fire occurs, use a Type B.C. dry chemical fire extinguisher to extinguish the flames. Turn off the gas at the supply cylinder. DO NOT USE WATER TO ATTEMPT TO EXTINGUISH A GREASE FIRE. IT WILL CAUSE THE FIRE TO SPREAD RAPIDLY. IF A FIRE CAN NOT BE EXTINGUISHED, CALL YOUR FIRE DEPARTMENT.
When lowering and raising the turkey in and out of the deep fryer, always wear protective mitts and use extreme caution not to splash hot oil. Make sure the burner is off before lifting the turkey rack out of the pot.
Follow all instructions for using your outdoor cooker. Check all cooker fittings for leaks before using.