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Ice-cream maker doesn't fit together

Once attaching the paddle and securing the motor arm in the 2 pronged holes the arm itseld wouldn't stay down and therefore wouldn't even churn, I even got desperate and layed a small book on top of the arm which then it stayed down and worked, but after about 15 mins I smelled the motor arm getting to hot then just shut it off. So,..I got to use it 1 time..definately not satisfied.

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Do a 1/2 to 2/3 batch. Put a book and a soup can on top of the mixing arm to keep it down.

The machine does make wonderful Ice cream, however it is noisy and fiddly. Do not try the full batch as it just doesn't work. I find doing 2 half size batches works best. Also find a spare room to run the noisy beast in.

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