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I have a wellspring wim310. Tried to replace the temp probe and the nylon bushing in the hopper broke. Any ideas on where to get parts? Seems the company won't contact anyone who isn't tutti frutti franchisee.

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WHAT IT MEANS R-HPR THERMAL FAIL FOR TAYLOR ICE CREAM MACHINE MODEL C713


That code means the right side hopper thermistor probe has failed. That is the sensor that reads the temperature of product in the mix hopper.

This is the part you need:
http://www.softserveparts.com/i-26471492-thermistor-probe-c712-c713-barrel-stanbye-probe.html
If you order it from us, I would be happy to put a technician on the phone to help you install it yourself.

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My C713 water cooled yogurt machine keeps locking and only works when cleaned but only for a few hours then it locks again. Does anyone know why?


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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How to unlock taylor c712 freezer lock


Under normal operating conditions, the C712 will enter freezer lock when the temperature of the barrels or hoppers have been above 41 degrees for too long. It requires you to do a cleaning cycle. You will have to empty the machine of product, rinse it out, remove the freezer door, and shut the machine off. once the machine is off you will see a 5 minute timer and 4 temperature readings. That timer wont start unless all 4 temperature reading are above 60 degrees F. once the timer reaches zero, the machine will unlock and your brush cycle timer will reset to 00. The brush cycle timer is underneath your main display. Your main display should now show "Power Switch Off--- Unit Cleaned" and you can now reassemble your machine and can use it.
Some causes:

Low product with a lid off.

During a cleaning cycle, the barrels take longer to come up to temperature than the hoppers. Its entirely possible to thoroughly and properly clean the machine without satisfying the temperature requirements. The machine doesn't register the cleaning cycle and you reassemble the machine. The machine doesn't know you cleaned the machine so it was still keeping track of how long the temperatures were above 41 degrees and as soon you try to put it in auto or standby, it goes into a freezer locked condition.

One of the probes may be failing. You can check this by going into "Current Conditions" in your managers menu. You'll see the 4 temperature readings and if one of them is a lot higher or lower than the actual temperature of the product that could be an indicator of a failing temperature probe.

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Product comes out frozen after all night on standby in a 754 taylor


The same thing happened to my Taylor 8756 and it was the thermistor probe. The probe is a thin copper tube that is near the freeze cylinder. It cost me about $20 for the part and $200 for the labor to have a technician put it in. Hope this helps and good luck.

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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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Soft serve machine freezing solid


POSSIBLE CAUSES• Mix hopper is empty, freezing cylinder starved for mix.• Mix in hopper contains ice particles, mix feed tube clogged.• Machine turned too cold

ACTION REQUIRED• Add mix to hopper. Put machine in wash mode to help thaw freezing cylinder.• Pull mix feed tube to fill freezing cylinder. Replace mix feed tube and put machine in wash mode to help thaw mix in freezing cylinder.• Follow manufacturer's recommendation for the proper temperature for the mix being used.

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What is the temp for frozen yogurt?


Yogurt should be served between 18-22 degrees F.

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A loud noise coming from the machine when I arrived at the store this morning. When it is on standby, the machine makes the noise as well as when it is on auto. Therefore, I just turn everything off, and...


You could have a few things going on, maybe a bad probe or board, sounds like you might have your temp too high it depends on the sound it is making, is it screaming or grinding. Easiest and cheapest first fix is too replace blades, they should be replaced every 3 months unless it is used alot like a yogurt shop then monthly

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