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White mountain freezing problem

Makes thin layer around tub first. then has to be scraped off then it will make ice cream.

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NO SOLUTION but I have this same problem with my machine.

Posted on Feb 26, 2011

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Will not turn at all just makes humming noise


I had one do that and I opened the gear box and found that the last time we made ice cream & it started getting hard the motor caused the gear to pop a tooth off (plastic). so now you hear the motor running but no transmission. Take it apart and check or turn the ice cream tub connection socket 1/4 turn and see if that makes a difference.

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This might be helpful.
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Both ice and salt in the outer section. Begin with a layer of ice, a layer of salt, another layer of ice, another layer of salt... keep iced and salted as you go.... salt melts the ice...lower the temp of the mix. Eat some for me!

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Why won't the freezer freeze the ice cream? It freezes around the outside of the cannister only.


According to White Mountain, this happens because the ice brine gets too cold. The procedure they recommend is as follows:
After you put your cream can in the tub and attach your crank or motor, fill the tub with ice and run for two minutes to cool the cream can. Then, put two cups of rock salt on top of the ice and let it continue to crank. After the ice level has dropped 2-3 inches, put more ice on top and another two cups of rock salt and let it continue to crank until the ice cream is done.

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