Question about Taylor 632-27 Ice Cream Maker
My Taylor Y754-27 Soft Serve Ice cream machine is very loud when one side is running. It has a new motor. Does the gearbox need grease or lubrication? or is it bad or what?
Gearboxes definitely go bad. The first sign is usually noise, I would describe it as a rumbling. The best way to determine if it's the gear box is:
1. empty and disconnect machine from power.
2. remove the freezer door and beater assembly
2. remove the rear panel - 4 screws
3. Remove the belts on the noisy side
4. Spin the big pulley and listen for the noise, you may want to remove the belts on the quiet side to compare the two.
I have a video that was shot to help change the hex coupler, but you would follow all of the same steps to replace the gear box.
Posted on May 24, 2017
Gearbox is sealed, I've never replaced one.check belts could be too tight, does it scream when you start it. check bearing at end of barrel sharp edge means needs replacing. check temperature of product disspensed on loud side could be too cold. adjust on board or needs new probe, inexpensive but a ***** to install.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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