Try slowing down the rate at which you are drawing the product from the machine,and giving it a minute or two between draws. If you take to much out to fast it starves the barrel and will cause it to freeze up,and that will make the belts squeal.
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I have a Taylor Model 8756-27 and occasionally hear a similar squeak upon starting up. I think it is a belt, but I am still learning about this machine. It has not affected my operation since the sound only occurs upon initial start up. You could take of the back panel to the machine, start it up, and try to determine where it is coming from. Be safe and good luck!
gearbox is sealed, I've never replaced one.check belts could be too tight, does it scream when you start it. check bearing at end of barrel sharp edge means needs replacing. check temperature of product disspensed on loud side could be too cold. adjust on board or needs new probe, inexpensive but a ***** to install.