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Need ohm values for sensors, how do I adjust differintal.

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8756 machine freezing up and icecream to thick what can it do to change problem


You can adjust the viscosity.

In soft serve and frozen yogurt machines, the logic board X36641SER2Refurbished Gen 2 Logic Board This item is sold with exchange...measures the viscosity of the product by monitoring the amp draw of the beater motor. When the machine reaches the set point, it cycles off and the product is ready. In auto mode, you can only adjust product viscosity, temperature in the freezing cylinder is not monitored.
The power board measures the amp draw. L1 power supplied to the beater motor goes through the power board on the beater terminals. Single phase and three phase units use the same Softech control, so the power board allows for different amp draw ranges. A jumper on the power board determines the amp draw range. Place the jumper on the pin that corresponds to the amp draw of the beater motor when the product is at the desired viscosity.
Setting Viscosity Adjustment
1. Place an amp probe on one of the L1 leads on the beater terminal on the power board.
2. Turn the viscosity adjustment screw to the "MAX" position.
3. With the freezer properly primed, press "AUTO".
4. During the freezing process, draw samples and inspect the product appearance. When the desired product viscosity and appearance is achieved, note the beater amperage.
5. Press "AUTO" to cancel the refrigeration cycle.
6. Using the chart, set what range the beater motor amperage falls into and place the jumper on the corresponding pin.
Viscosity Control Chart
2.4 pin - 1.2 amp to 2.4 amp
5.0 pin - 2.5 amp to 5.0 amp
8.0 pin - 5.7 amp to 11.2 amp
7. Press "AUTO". When amperage reaches the noted draw, turn the viscosity adjustment screw SLOWLY until the unit cycles off.
8. Draw several samples to verify the product and amperage when the machine cycles off remain consistent.
Adjusting Viscosity
To increase viscosity, or make the product harder, turn the dial clockwise towards maximum. Important: The dial only turns a limited amount if it stops turning do not force it.
To decrease the viscosity, or make the product softer, turn the dial counter-clockwise towards minimum. The dial only turns a limited amount do not force it once it stops.
We recommend you only turn the dial about 1 hour on the clock, at a time. Once you have made your adjustment, pull the handle to start a new cycle, when the machine cycles off check the product again.
X36641SER2Refurbished Gen 2 Logic Board This item is sold with exchange...
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Jun 06, 2017 | Ice Cream Makers

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Use you ice cream maker to Starting Solids with an Exclusively breasfed infant


Problem: You want to let you little one try solid foods but you don't want to add other foods to their diet yet.

Solution: take a bag (8 ounces or so) of expressed breastmilk and run it in your ice cream make. This gives you a solid texture to let you little one try and learn to eat without compromising the nutritional/developmental value of breastmilk.

on Jan 09, 2010 | Ice Cream Makers

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We get ice cream, but it is not firm . . more of a soup how to adjust


There are two types of machine. Cheap ones where you have to pre-freeze an insert and chill to mix to almost frozen. Then the more expensive ones that have a compressor in them and are actually an electric freezer with a paddle.

If you have the cheap sort, then nothing you can do apart from following the instructions and chilling and freezing everything well.

With the freezer type, you need a refrigeration engineer as it probably needs more refrigerant gas.

Apr 24, 2016 | Ice Cream Makers

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Can you replace just the body part of the water value instead of having to recover and recharge the system?


Yes you can. I have never seen the charged side of the valve go bad. Remove the 4 screws (usually T-20 Torx or phillips) on the "bell housing" side, and replace everything besides that part.
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Jul 25, 2015 | Taylor 794-27 Soft Serve Twin Twist Water...

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When the left draw value is engaged the motor does not start on a consistent basis thus not having a smooth flow of soft serve


sounds like you may have a beater motor going bad and drawing high amps and not starting depending on where the motor stops the time before.

Feb 25, 2015 | Ice Cream Makers

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Ice cream machine was making ice cream and now the machine runs but will not freeze the mix it is like a milk shake


a.improper pressure switch setting . b. low refrigerant level. c. TQC needs adjusting. d. faulty solenoid. e.insufficient mix in freezing cylinder.

Sep 06, 2010 | Taylor 632-27 Ice Cream Maker

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Model 162 34 beaters would you no of any


I cannot be of much assistance beyond recommending you visit the web site or brick and morter version of the manufacturer or distributor. Had you mentioned the manufacturer, I would have searched for the web site for you.

I hope this information is of some value to you and I hope you find the parts you need.

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Dec 05, 2009 | Ice Cream Makers

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I have a Gaggia Ice cream maker but i have lost the instructions - do you know where i can get another copy please? Margaret


Do you need instructions for the mix or do you want instruction for how to freeze the mix?

Receipts should be easy.

As far as freezing, you need ice and salt. Probably one bag of ice and 5 lbs of salt.

Place the canister in the contailer. Crush some ice up ... pack it around the base about 2 inches deep. Put in a layer of salt. Repeat this until you are full --- Ice - salt - ice - salt etc. When you get to the top, stop plug in or start cranking. When the motor stalls or when your arm falls off, stop. Have your younger assistant put a towel over the top. Make sure the drain is open. Let the mix 'cure'. Go recover. Come back in 20 - 30 minutes and enjoy your ice cream.

I hope you find this to be of value. Enjoy your Ice Crean!

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Sep 24, 2009 | Ice Cream Makers

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Polar Ice Maker Portable


there is a little sensor inside on the top right, it is a little wire if there is anything on it it will not work, i took at small pair of pliers and gently cleaned it

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