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I have taylor H60-27. how do i adjust the temperature? i want it to be more thicker.

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Poor Overrun on Taylor 162-12


You cannot change the overrun on a Taylor 162. Once you've properly primed the machine and installed the feed tubes, the viscosity or how firm the product is.

I do not know of any soft serve machine that will give you an 80% overrun. You can adjust the overrun on a Taylor pressurized machine like the 8756 or the C712, but I believe the limit is somewhere around 40%.

You can email me tex@softserveparts.com or call 1-800-879-7839 if I can answer anymore questions for you.

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Jun 02, 2017 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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For the Taylor C709-27 soft serve machine - what does it mean when someone says it wont go in the heat cycle overnight?


The Taylor C709 is a Heat Treat machine. Most soft serve machines have to be cleaned out every 3rd night and sanitized. Heat Treatment machines heat the mix up to a high temperature that kills bacteria and allows you to disassemble and sanitize the machine much less often. I can't tell you why, but the machine you are dealing with isn't running that heat cycle.

May 10, 2017 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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Taylor 8756-33. Which components operate in standby mode?


In standby mode, the machine just wants to keep the product refrigerated until it goes back into auto.

So, the mix cabinet needs to keep the product cool in the bottom of the machine, that requires the mix compressor and fans to run. The mix cabinet temperature is read by a thermistor probe and regulated by the (left side) logic board.

The product in the cylinders should go back to liquid form in standby, but we still have to maintain that safe food temperature, the motor and compressor will run periodically. If the machine is air-cooled a fan will run anytime the compressors run. If it is water cooled, water will flow through the machine when the compressor runs. The temperature in the freezing cylinders is read by a different thermistor probe and regulated by the logic boards.

Here is a link to all of the parts in a Taylor 8756.
http://www.softserveparts.com/c-1335911-parts-8756.html

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Jul 20, 2015 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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How to recognize why 339 raylor is not giving good product viscosity


If the machine runs and runs and can't satisfy your viscosity setting there is a refrigeration problem. The longer the machine runs the more the product breaks down, so you're problems get worse as the day goes on. It's not uncommon for these machines to lose refrigerant. I would guess that is the issue here.
You will need a refrigeration repair person to put gauges on the machine.
Here is some information I put together about the logic board adjustments on your machine. I think you might find this helpful.

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May 28, 2017 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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I have a Taylor 794 soft serve machine. The left side is too soft.


Viscosity adjustments should not have to be made frequently on these machines. If you change products a lot, such as flavors of yogurt, minor adjustments may be required. If your machine uses 3 phase electricity and it machine has been moved or any electrical work performed you may want to check the beater rotation, the beater should rotate clockwise inside the barrel viewing from the front, if you look at the gear box from the back, the pulley should be turning clockwise as well. Otherwise, there is a fine tuning potentiometer on the control, you must remove the front cover to see it. Clockwise is colder/thicker. I recommend small adjustments. It is best to read the amp draw on the motor to see what type of amps it is drawing. If your mix is soft and your motor is drawing 4 amps, you may have another type of problem such as a bad motor. The board and control can also fail giving these problems. There are many things to check in addition to these. Hope this will help you get started.

Apr 05, 2013 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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Recently bought a used Taylor Shake/Slush Freezer Model 430 to be used for shakes. It was used for aheks in the past and no problems, however, we put it together and the ice cream is too hard. Even...


The Taylor 430 thermistor model has two adjustments a fine adjustment, which is made by turning the knob, and a coarse adjustment that is made by turning the screw in the center of the knob. I suspect you are trying the fine adjustment, which will change the product + or - 2 degrees F. The coarse adjustment will let you set the product temperature between 10 and 30 degrees F.

As far as the clunking, those machines clunk a little. It would do it more if the product was too hard.

You are correct the machine will leak drops into the drip tray, but if it is more than drops, you want to address it. Should be as simple as a new tune up kit.
X39969Tune up kit for most Taylor Slush Machine non Carbonated machines...
If this doesn't help, or if you have any other questions, you can reach me at
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Mar 15, 2017 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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Taylor Y754-27 Soft Serve Ice cream machine


Gearboxes definitely go bad. The first sign is usually noise, I would describe it as a rumbling. The best way to determine if it's the gear box is:
1. empty and disconnect machine from power.
2. remove the freezer door and beater assembly
2. remove the rear panel - 4 screws
3. Remove the belts on the noisy side
4. Spin the big pulley and listen for the noise, you may want to remove the belts on the quiet side to compare the two.
I have a video that was shot to help change the hex coupler, but you would follow all of the same steps to replace the gear box.
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Dec 12, 2009 | Taylor 632-27 Ice Cream Maker

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