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I have a c712 model.how do you change the viscosity setting?

Product is too soft temp only getting down to 44 degrees f

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SOURCE: Hello. We have Taylor c712 with air mix pump.

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.

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If you have someone capable of swapping controllers between units move the controllers side to side by exchanging positions. I think you have a controller problem. Via the viscosity control (soft / hard) it senses amperage of the motor while in use. You either have a bad controller or a bad temp control. If you swap controllers and the problem persists then the temp control is bad. If the symptom changes to the other side then the controller is bad.

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