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Posted on Nov 19, 2010
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It is possible that your viscosity is set too cold. You should check the temperature of your product to see if it is too cold. Is the Ice Cream hard? It sounds like maybe the beater overload is tripping. Some of the overloads can reset on their own. If you have and know how to use an ammeter, it would be beneficial to check the amp draw of the beater motor to determine if you are exceeding the overload or not. Ice cream is generally good at a temp between 16 and 20 degrees F. Temps vary with product and product brands. I hope this information helps, it is hard to determine exact problem without being there.
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
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