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    Default Chip Pan Fire

    Does anyone know the best and safest way to put out such a fire ?

    Please reply as promptly as you can.

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    Cover the burning pan with a damp tea towel.

    Turn of the heat source.
    Failing that run like hell
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    Quote Originally Posted by Banned User View Post
    Does anyone know the best and safest way to put out such a fire ?

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    Throw salt on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by doozer121 View Post
    Cover the burning pan with a damp tea towel.

    Turn of the heat source.
    Failing that run like hell
    good man doozer the damp tea towel is correct its just as well banned user wasen't waiting for me to log on to tell him or his house would be a car park now hope he enjoyed his chips

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    Plenty of practice after Qphs turn to cook the Patcave dinner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Banned User View Post
    Does anyone know the best and safest way to put out such a fire ?

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    how did u get on are u still with us??.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banned User View Post
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    Ah now i assume u can relate to the wisdom of having a fire blanket in the kitchen
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    just had a flash back to when i was still drinking......got home well drunk felt a bit peckish had the great idea of making some chips....turned cooker on ....put chip pan on cooker.......wakeing up in st james's with an I.V. in each arm and a tube down my neck......8 days later sent home with a truck load of steriods and inhalers.......2 days later bought a deep fat fryer with a theromstat.

    wont make that mistake again.

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    Default Thank You All, But..................

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    Default Just like Dallas..........

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