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When plugged in& on cylinder turns but paddle

When plugged in and turned on cylinder turns but paddle does not

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... as it should

The paddle is stationary

When making ice cream,make sure your ice is crushed fine and you use enough rock salt.

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I have the booklet for this machine.
1) you can use any IC recipe as long as it does not exceed 1 quart. This is for vanilla:
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four: set the paddle on top of the cylinder, placing the peg on the freezer cylinder inside the peg hole on the paddle

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