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How to adjust the viscosity of slush on my taylor 390-27. the compressor never shuts off and the slush gets way to stiff.


Circuit board in control box in left side. Two red lites on same. Adjust proximity sensor in or out that's sensing rotating torque coupling drive shaft mates with when product liquid till one lite stays on all the time.
very small blue blue box on circuit board with tiny brass screw that turns to adjust product stiffness. Other lite lites when viscosity achieved.
if torque coupling, proximity sensor or circuit board have issues or brix of product off this won't fix issue.
also torque pin must be place to stop center piece in barrel from rotating to load torque coupling as product thickens

May 17, 2018 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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I have a Taylor C707-23 that is freezing the product in the barrel and not dispensing. Then the drive motor trips. Had the sensor probe changed same thing.


If this is an ongoing problem that you have had for a while, it sounds as though your viscosity may be set too high. You can adjust the viscosity by removing the 4 screws that hold the face plate on. You will see 3 potentiometers. You want the left most potentiometer. It Should be labeled "Viscosity". You need a tiny screwdriver to turn it. Turn it counter clockwise about 1/16th of a turn. If your Ice Cream is already frozen, You will have to let it cycle a few times before the ice cream reaches consistency. If its liquid, then you will know as soon as the machine finishes the initial freeze down cycle.

If this is a new problem, then it is highly likely that your beater motor is going bad. To check this you would want to test the amperage of the motor when you initially draw product from the machine. A single phase 1.5HP motor in the taylor ice cream machines should not draw more than 7 amp on an initial draw right after freeze down. Its normal to draw around 6 amps then drop for a few second. In order to trigger the reset, the beater motor has to draw more than 6.3 amps for an extended period of time. Your reset may be set higher than 6.3 but that is average.

Jan 16, 2018 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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Taylor ice cream machine model 754-27 Mix compartments are not cooling. I replaced Logic Board on left side, also replaced ribbon cable


Have your electrical panel on the bottom open. While listening to the left hand power board, turn the left hand logic board mix potentiometer all the way clockwise. If not right away, within 10-15 seconds, you should hear a click and the mix refrigeration condenser fan should come on. If there's no click and the fan never comes on, check your hopper probe. If it is attached to other wires on the logic board, it should be separated for testing. Using an ohm meter, you should read between10K ohms (about 77 degrees) and 30Kohms (35 degrees) it should be in that range depending on whether you have anything in it or not. If its in this range and the potentiometer is turned all the way clock wise, then your powerboard is bad. If its a lot higher than 32K ohms, then most likey your probe is bad and the machine thinks its at temperature.

If the fan does come on then you will have to put refrigeration gauges on the mix refrigeration system. You should be reading 20PSI at the EPR valve and 1-10 PSI at the compressor. if you have those pressures, your compressor is working. if the pressures are equalized at anything above lets say 30PSI and theres no sign of change after a few minutes, then some component of the compressor has failed. it could be the relay, start capacitor, or the compressor itself. Of course if theres no pressure, you have a leak. Even with the proper pressures, you could be low on refrigerant. Check the whole system for leaks.

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Sep 19, 2017 | Taylor 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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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.

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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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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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