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Why does machine have 2 cords and 2 cord caps

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Because of the amount of energy it requires. It was set up for a non 220V location. Plug each cord set into a different circuit.

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Taylor ice cream machine model C713-33 no yogurt comes out when the draw handle it pressed. It seems to be flowing backwards. The agitators are turning in the same direction as the working machines


IF your Taylor C713 is pushing the mix back up through the feed tube, the rotation is reversed. That would only happen on a 3 phase machine like yours.

If you've recently unplugged the machine to move it or something, you probably switched the plugs. Try switching them back.

If you need to reverse the rotation:
1. Unplug the machine.
2. Flip the black and white wires on the plug end.
3. Reassemble the plug and plug in the machine. Make sure everything is tight.
Soft Serve Parts C713
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Jun 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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I have lost the clear Canister lid and cap. Can I get a replacement


I have found that 90% of canister Ice cream makers are modeled the same, I have had a Back to Basics, Rival and West Bend Ice cream makers and the lids are interchangeable.

A lot of companies don't make replacement parts so I usually go with the West Bend lid. The first thing you will want to do if find the brand on your Ice Cream maker (usually found on the motor/top) and see if the manufacture does make replacement parts for your machine. If they do not have parts available I would try the West Bend Ice Cream maker lid U66-2, like i said it is a pretty standard size and will fit most Ice Cream Canisters.

Here is a link to West Bends part page: IC10885 Ice Cream Maker

The lid is very inexpensive so even if it doesn't fit your not throwing away a lot of money.

-Colleen @ Mending Shed

Apr 19, 2015 | Ice Cream Makers

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Need a phone number for cooks essentials


They are owned by QVC. the number is 1-888-345-5788

Jul 10, 2014 | Ice Cream Makers

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Hi, I hav bought an ICE-50BC ice cream maker. It is now 3 weeks old & has been used 3 times. When the ice cream begins to freeze the stirrer arm always lifts off the machine & stops working. when I...


See the BOLD section below..

You need a good simple recipe. So here is one.
(This is an unpasteurized recipe unless you boil the blended strawberries, wash the berries very well if you don't)

1 lb fresh strawberries (ripe is better)
3/4 cup sugar (most folks double this but i prefer the taste of strawberry)
3/4 cup whipping creme
2 1/4 cups milk (2%)
1 tsp lemon juice

Liquefy the strawberries in your blender. (Boil now if pasteurizing) and add the rest of the ingredients and blend.
You now have enough Ice cream mix for two partial batches. Divide mix in two equal portions. You should have enough to fill machines bucket 1/2 - 2/3 full.
IMPORTANT
Do NOT have more or less in the bucket as the machine screws up with more or less of any mix.
Insert Paddle and put noisy grey power arm on top.
Add a 2 inch thick hardcover novel on top of arm above bucket.
Add a heavy Soup can on top of this book (I recommend Habitant French Canadian Pea Soup 28 fl oz size).

Set timer to 40 minutes.
Leave room as it is a noisy little beast machine.

Come back and check just before it is done. If still too liquid add 5 minutes to timer.

Empty into bowl and add 2nd half of mix to bucket.
Clean the dimple on bottom of mixer paddle before putting back in bucket. This batch should take 5 minutes less as compressor is already cold.

Have fun.

The book and Soup can are essential to keep the silly beasts power arm from lifting up too early.

Apr 28, 2011 | Cuisinart ICE-50BC 1.5 Quart Ice Cream...

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Machine is model 750-27can you help me? runs for only about 5seconds not long enough to make ice cream


Welcome to FixYa
An electric ice-cream maker is a tabletop appliance for mixing and freezing ice cream at home. A small electric motor drives gears that turn the canister filled with the ingredients for ice cream. The canister is surrounded with ice and rock salt to freeze the contents. Alternately, a hand crank on top replaces the motor.
Although durable, ice-cream makers can require a few repairs. A common problem is damage to motors or gears from mixing too large batches of ice cream or from neglecting a jammed mixing paddle. The electrical cord can fail and motor bearings can dry out.
Read Following ...
  • Use your cylinder bowl correctly. If the cylinder isn't handled properly, your ice cream won't set. Make sure it is dried completely after washing so ice doesn't form on the walls, make sure to leave it in the freezer overnight before making ice cream and don't leave the bowl out at room temperature before using.
  • Check your freezer door. If it isn't sealed properly, or if it's constantly being opened during the freezing process, your ice cream can't set properly.
  • Handle the ingredients correctly. Don't let the ingredients warm and don't overfill the bowl. Check the manufacturers recommendations for the maximum bowl capacity.
  • Clean and dry your machine thoroughly. Use a damp cloth on the motor assembly; never immerse. Make sure to wash the lid, blade and cylinder according to directions and make sure the cylinder is absolutely dry before freezing.
  • Contact the manufacturer's support site only after you have exhausted your options. They may walk you back through the steps you've already taken, but at best your problem will get fixed far more quickly because you eliminated the easy problems in advance.

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Jun 27, 2010 | Taylor 632-27 Ice Cream Maker

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The motor arm seems extremely loud. Machine is


Run the machine in another room.
It is due to Cuisinart's cheapo motor.
Also try 1/2 to 2/3 fill batches.
Put a book and a medium food can on top of motor arm to keep it from lifting while mixing.

Jan 25, 2010 | Cuisinart ICE-50BC 1.5 Quart Ice Cream...

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Same Machine


In the 1990s SaniServ manufactured soft serve ice cream makers for slush puppy Corporation and call it freeze bee model A 501 which is the same machine as SaniServ model 501...........
if you go to www.saniserv.com or call their phone number at 317-831-7030 and give them your serial number they will give you all the information you need, when inquiring ask for technical help.
I have one and I really like it, does a great job, you need to fine the saniserv dealer closest to you for parts and supplys, they have everything you need.
Bob aviator state of Maine

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Cuisinart dcc-1150 coffeemaker


To replace water filter: Pull water filter holder out of reservoir, snap open, insert new charcoal water filters (can be ordered from Cuisinart or purchased froma store like william-Sonoma)

To clean machine: Run 2 cups water and 2 cups distilled white vinegar through machine like you would normal coffee.

To get rid of annoying self-clean lite: unplug machine from wall outlet for 20 minutes or longer.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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Musso Ice cream maker freezes and then heats up during use


go to Http://www.catering-machines.com they have full list of spares or parts for Musso stella.
All parts for the musso ice cream machine including lid, motors, gear wheels, gearbox, musso paddle Musso serial numbers start L1 = Musso piccolo L2 = Musso stella L3 = Musso Club L4 = MUSSO CONSUL.

Jan 14, 2008 | Musso Stainless Steel Pola Ice Cream Maker

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