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Why does my Taylor Frozen Yogurt C713 Soft Serve Ice Cream Machine keep automatically going back to standby every 8 hours??

For some reason it keeps going back to standby on its own every 8-9 hours and then we have to take out all of the yogurt and clean it out. Does anyone know why this is happening? Can anyone help me out?

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Taylor ice cream machine model C713-33 no yogurt comes out when the draw handle it pressed. It seems to be flowing backwards. The agitators are turning in the same direction as the working machines


IF your Taylor C713 is pushing the mix back up through the feed tube, the rotation is reversed. That would only happen on a 3 phase machine like yours.

If you've recently unplugged the machine to move it or something, you probably switched the plugs. Try switching them back.

If you need to reverse the rotation:
1. Unplug the machine.
2. Flip the black and white wires on the plug end.
3. Reassemble the plug and plug in the machine. Make sure everything is tight.
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The temperature of the product is too high. If the product either in the cylinders or the hopper goes above safe temperature for too long the freezer will lock until the product is removed and the unit is properly cleaned. I would guess it's the hopper temperature because I think you would notice if the product that's dispensed is above 40 degrees. Soft Serve Parts C713
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Because of the amount of energy it requires. It was set up for a non 220V location. Plug each cord set into a different circuit.

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turn the power off and hit the reset buttons about the size of a quarter hole on the back or front panels. turn back on and it should clear if not then you will need to have the beater motor or contactor replaced.

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I have a Taylor C713 Ice Cream Machine. IT has been working great until a few days ago. We had it in standby overnight and when we came back the next morning, the ice cream in one side was rotten from...


Those are symptoms of the mix refrigeration system being undercharged. You will need a refrigeration technician to add refrigerant.

In Taylor soft serve machines when the left side hopper (standing in front of the machine) is icing up and the right side hopper is not cold enough, the problem is low refrigerant in that system. It takes R134A.
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Pretty much what it sounds like, the thermometer in the freezing chamber (barrel) died, and you can't operate until it is replaced. Drain all yogurt and clean and unplug. You need to call a technician out; call 800.255.0626 to find out your local service center.

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