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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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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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May 06, 2017 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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Had a "comp on too long" message on the machine


this is normal if you just started the machine up from room temperature to freeze a batch, just reset it and it should not reappear , if you didn't and it's been running for days then your refrigerant is low or your cooling tubes are blocked with goo

Oct 20, 2015 | Taylor 2008 C713-27 Soft Serve Ice Cream...

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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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Taylor ice cream machine tripping on auto


sounds like you have a bad motor or compressor short

Feb 23, 2015 | Taylor Soft Serve C706-27 Machine

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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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