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you have to brixe the unit first but need a special tool and you can set the viscosity on the display but you have to have the unit running properly and not use sugar free or diet products

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How to adjust the viscosity of slush on my taylor 390-27. the compressor never shuts off and the slush gets way to stiff.


Circuit board in control box in left side. Two red lites on same. Adjust proximity sensor in or out that's sensing rotating torque coupling drive shaft mates with when product liquid till one lite stays on all the time.
very small blue blue box on circuit board with tiny brass screw that turns to adjust product stiffness. Other lite lites when viscosity achieved.
if torque coupling, proximity sensor or circuit board have issues or brix of product off this won't fix issue.
also torque pin must be place to stop center piece in barrel from rotating to load torque coupling as product thickens

May 17, 2018 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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I have a Taylor C707-23 that is freezing the product in the barrel and not dispensing. Then the drive motor trips. Had the sensor probe changed same thing.


If this is an ongoing problem that you have had for a while, it sounds as though your viscosity may be set too high. You can adjust the viscosity by removing the 4 screws that hold the face plate on. You will see 3 potentiometers. You want the left most potentiometer. It Should be labeled "Viscosity". You need a tiny screwdriver to turn it. Turn it counter clockwise about 1/16th of a turn. If your Ice Cream is already frozen, You will have to let it cycle a few times before the ice cream reaches consistency. If its liquid, then you will know as soon as the machine finishes the initial freeze down cycle.

If this is a new problem, then it is highly likely that your beater motor is going bad. To check this you would want to test the amperage of the motor when you initially draw product from the machine. A single phase 1.5HP motor in the taylor ice cream machines should not draw more than 7 amp on an initial draw right after freeze down. Its normal to draw around 6 amps then drop for a few second. In order to trigger the reset, the beater motor has to draw more than 6.3 amps for an extended period of time. Your reset may be set higher than 6.3 but that is average.

Jan 16, 2018 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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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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Have a Taylor C713 Ice Cream machine. Its a new machine to my store and since it arrived the ice cream has been too soft. What can I do to fix the problem?


You need to adjust the viscosity. On your front display, on the right hand side, there is a large ice cream cone. Press the center of that ice cream cone. It'll ask you to enter a code. Using your up and down arrows, enter the code 5231 pressing the SEL button after each number. After hitting SEL for the last number, it will take you to a menu. Scroll down to Viscosity Settings. Hit SEL and then choose left or right. The top number is the current setting. If your only option is exit then press your up arrow to increase the viscosity by (0.1). Then hit SEL. Same procedure for the other side. If its still too soft, repeat the procedure. If your options are change and exit, you will have to scroll up to change and then hit SEL before you can change the setting.

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Mar 09, 2017 | 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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How to find why 339-27 taylor not good product viscosity?


It could be a couple things. The most common is worn down scraper blades. Try new ones first. Worn scraper blades don't scrapers the cylinder walls and the ice cream that's stuck on the walls acts like insulation and it will take a lot longer to freeze this ice cream. If that doesn't solve the problem then you are likely low on refrigerant on that side. Your machine measures the viscosity by reading the amp draw of the beater motor. The harder the ice cream gets, the harder the motor works. If the ice cream isn't getting hard enough because of one of the reasons above, your machine wont shut off.

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May 26, 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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Hello. We have Taylor c712 with air mix pump. After 1 hour (18-25 cups) product is overfreezed(have a grainy and icy texture) and temp of tthe product between 14-15 F.


it is over freezing, you need to have the viscosity adjusted and also make sure you are removing all the water when you are priming unit.

Sep 05, 2011 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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Can someone tell me where the viscosity adustment switch is on a taylor slush freezer model 355?


you have to brixe the unit first but need a special tool and you can set the viscosity on the display but you have to have the unit running properly and not use sugar free or diet products

Jun 29, 2011 | Taylor 632-33 Ice Cream Maker

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I have a 754 Taylor with 404a refrigerant The side I am having the trouble with will not stay running long and stops. The product is to soft to use. I have tested the prob that tells the unit it is cold...


The probe is not used to determine viscosity. This model determines viscosity by reading the amp draw of the beater motor. The viscosity setting on the upper control board is for fine tuning. You need to check the lower board. There are jumpers on that board that determine the amp range of the upper board adjustment. Most machines running soft serve are on the five range. Your machine may be on a lower range setting. All you have to do is remove the jumper and place it on the desired setting. Of course, there could be other problems that cause this issue such as a bad beater motor etc. Hope this helps.

Sep 03, 2010 | Taylor 632-27 Ice Cream Maker

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