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Taylor frosty machine 358-33, reset button has to be reset time after time through business day. Parts replaced Reset contactor, compressor contactor, and thermostate circuit board. Still having issues with machine any thoughts on the problem we are having.

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Sound like you might have a loose wire or ribbon cable,might even be a loose wire on switch.Be sure to turn breaker off to machine and unplug it before you check them. Also check the motor reset.

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Try slowing down the rate at which you are drawing the product from the machine,and giving it a minute or two between draws. If you take to much out to fast it starves the barrel and will cause it to freeze up,and that will make the belts squeal.

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Compressor hpco code comes up on panel of Taylor soft serve ice cream machine? Does that mean lack of water to machine?


There is a very good chance. Often the water has been shut off, or a wheel is pinching the hose.

HPCO stands for High Pressure Cut Out. The high side pressure is regulated by the water valve on water cooled equipment.

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Compressor hpco or (High Pressure Cut Out) means the high side pressure has went over the limit the machine has been set too. The safety is there to protect the compressor. If the machine is water cooled, the water flow has most likely been interrupted. So often the machine was moved for cleaning and the wheel is on the water hose. If the machine is air cooled, Either 1. the fan has stopped, 2. the condensers are dirty or 3. It's just too hot where you are trying to run the machine.

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In standby mode, the machine just wants to keep the product refrigerated until it goes back into auto.

So, the mix cabinet needs to keep the product cool in the bottom of the machine, that requires the mix compressor and fans to run. The mix cabinet temperature is read by a thermistor probe and regulated by the (left side) logic board.

The product in the cylinders should go back to liquid form in standby, but we still have to maintain that safe food temperature, the motor and compressor will run periodically. If the machine is air-cooled a fan will run anytime the compressors run. If it is water cooled, water will flow through the machine when the compressor runs. The temperature in the freezing cylinders is read by a different thermistor probe and regulated by the logic boards.

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Sound like you might have a loose wire or ribbon cable,might even be a loose wire on switch.Be sure to turn breaker off to machine and unplug it before you check them. Also check the motor reset.

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