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Taylor 791 water cooled machine

What damage can occur if the water cooling lines are hooked up wrong.

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You use ICE, not water and then rock salt is added over the ice to lower the temperature for making the ice cream.

The salt hastens the melting of the ice and thus lowers the temperature.

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TAYLOR ICE CREAM MACHINE DISPLAYS HPCO COMPRESSOR.WHAT DOES IT MEAN AND HOW DO YOU REMOVE THIS CODE


HP co is a high pressure issue on the compressor. It could be a restriction in the orifice or the expansion valve. You need a valve and gage set.

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Compressor hpco code comes up on panel of Taylor soft serve ice cream machine? Does that mean lack of water to machine?


There is a very good chance. Often the water has been shut off, or a wheel is pinching the hose.

HPCO stands for High Pressure Cut Out. The high side pressure is regulated by the water valve on water cooled equipment.

These are links to parts in the water cooling system.
046686 Water Regulating Valve 3 8
048287 Condenser for Taylor Water Cooled machines Taylor 035174 Scraper BladeReplacement 17

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Compressor hpco


Compressor hpco or (High Pressure Cut Out) means the high side pressure has went over the limit the machine has been set too. The safety is there to protect the compressor. If the machine is water cooled, the water flow has most likely been interrupted. So often the machine was moved for cleaning and the wheel is on the water hose. If the machine is air cooled, Either 1. the fan has stopped, 2. the condensers are dirty or 3. It's just too hot where you are trying to run the machine.

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What is process to winterize a Taylor ice cream machine?


To winterize a Taylor 794, or almost any water-cooled Taylor machine, we need to get all of the water out of it. Follow the steps outlined here.
1. Remove the supply water hose from the water source.
2. Remove the rear panel of the machine.
3. Locate the water valves. Pictured below.
4. Have one person open 1 water valve. (You can scissor two screw drivers to take pressure off of the spring.)
5. Blow out all of the water with an air compressor until only air comes out of the drain hose.
Repeat step 4 and 5 for the other side.
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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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Manual and guide for Taylor ice cream machine model 8756-33


For Taylor ice cream machine maintenance, please see our Support page or our Youtube channel. Providing ice cream equipment maintenance to you for free!
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Looking at a H84-27 how can you tell if its air cooled or if its water cooled?


Air cooled units will have refrigeration condensers, ie: the fins for air to pass over. Water cooled units have water hook ups and black coils inside.

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Machine runs and mixes. Compressor seems to run but mix will not thicken. Seems like mix is not getting cold enough. A water cooled unit.. Tried to bypass water intake switch so water was always...


if its a water cooled unit when the compressor is running water should be running thru the valve, if it isn't be sure you have the water correctly hooked up and its cold water, if it is and still no water you have a bad valve

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I hooked up my gauge run the unit and sees the high side pressure goes up, the compressor overheating and shuts off. I checked the water pressure regulator valve it good. so I unwelded the condensor coil...


It sounds like you may have unwelded the suction line to the compressor and blew the compressor out. That is not good. How a Taylor works is this: Compressor comes on and produces a lot of heat. There are 3 ways to dissipate the heat. If there is a big radiator like set of copper and aluminum finned coils near the compressor it is air cooled. If there is a water line going in and a drain line coming out, it is water cooled, the water runs the whole time the compressors are running, the third way is to have an outside remote condenser coil. I believe you have a water cooled machine. On the back of the machine is a copper fitting to hook up the incoming water lline. There is also a drain line and water will flow constantly from it if everything is running alright. It is ok for the compressor to get hot when running, it is supposed to get hot. If you broke into the freon lines by mistake, the freon is gone and it won't show pressure anymore. I don't see any way that oil would have gotten into the water cooling line. To verify which is the cooling water, the copper lines will go into the back of the machine and will be wrapped around the outside of the compressor and then back to the drain at the back of the machine. If you blew the oil out of the compressor it will very soon lock up and be destroyed. Look at the line that you cut into.

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