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The bands around the outer bucket are rusted and the bucket is unable to hold water. Is this bucket available, and what is the cost?

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Can you tell me how this ice cream machine works


The basic old style ice cream maker worked by putting the ice cream ingredients inside the center container and the motor device on top turns the spatulas inside to mix it up. Then you put ice and water and salt in the outer bucket. The ice and salt make it very cold so the ice cream freezes as it churns. Some newer devices, just have a mixer and you put the whole thing in your freezer to make it freeze.

Dec 11, 2014 | Ice Cream Makers

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I purchased the ice cream maker without a user guide. Is one available?


Are you looking for operating instructions or recipes? Recipes available everywhere ... really. Operating? Here is what you do: Get some ice cubes ... crush them with a hammer ... you will need a lot ... the finer crushed the smoother the ice cream. Put the mix in the metal container and put about 4 -6 inches of ice in the bucket with some water. Put about 1# of rock salt on the ice. More ice ... more salt ... more ice ... more salt ... more ice ... more salt until the bucket is full. Start the machine. Your ice cream should be ready in about 1/2 hour. When the machine stops cranking ... remove the mixer from the can. If you can stand it ... let the ice cream sit in the container for 1/2 hour ... the longer you wait the better the batch. But who can wait???

The ice cools the water, the salt reduces the temp of the water to cause the mix to freeze.

I hope this helps you ... this is how we make home made ice cream every summer ... what a special treat for the kids ... young and old alike.

Thanks for your question @ FixYa.com

Mar 18, 2011 | Rival 8605-M 6 Quart Ice Cream Maker

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Motor runs top turns but dasher does not turn


We have used White Mountain 6 quart freezers for over 20 years and have experienced this problem with 4 separate malfunctions causing it.

1. For some reason the square shaft at top of dasher does not penetrate far enough into the motor assembly. this allows the dasher to hang free while everything else seems to function properly. We learned that if you have everything ready and want to make sure the outer freezing doesn't occur, place a 3/8 inch slice of a potato over the male spindle in bottom of wooden bucket. This jacks the can up with the dasher inside and causes the shaft to go up into the motor and work.

2. Some cans had a female plate attached to the bottom on the outside to fit down over the male spindale in the wooden bucket. This plate has been known to become detached and lost allowing the can, dasher, and everything to drop down far enough to disengage the square shaft from the motor. The potato slice will usually resolve the problem.

3. A more permanant fix is to remove the male spindale from inside the bottom of the wooden bucket and place stainless steel washers under it to jack it up, and screw it back down with stainless screws.

4. Even if the entire male spindle becomes detached and lost from the bottom inside of the wooden bucket, we have found that a healthy potato slice works as a temporary fix. While the spindle is designed to keep the can centered in the wood tub, once the ice is placed around the can, it seems to stay centered and makes ice cream.

5. We think we have improved the situation on several occaisions by tightening the screws holding the wood scrapers to the metal dasher. We try to leave a little looseness in the screws--about 1/4 inch of free play. The scrapers are designed to pull out against the inside of the can as they turn and resistance to the mix occurs, but we think it is possible for them to be so loose that they get hung slightly away from the edge of the can and once freezing starts, it continues to multiply and creates a layer of insulation leaving the inside liquid.

6. At one point some of the lids were made of a very light aluminum type material. A tab on the inside of the rim of the lid was also light metal and attached in such a manner that they could become detached or distorted so that it failed to mate up with the tab inside the can. Current models have a heavy molded lid with the tab molded into it. We never had a problem with the molded lids, but practically all the light weight ones eventually failed. As the lid turns it's tab engages the tab inside the can and turns the can with the mix in it. If the tab becomes distorted or broken, the lid will turn normally and everything looks great, but the can of mix is standing still with no stirring. Therefore a film of freezing mix forms around the inside of the can.

7. Sorry about overloading you with information, but you probably can resolve your problem with one of these fixes.

Jul 18, 2010 | White Mountain F69206X 6 Quart Ice Cream...

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Need a replacement dasher for Rival 8550--where can I find one?


I have a rival pail, bucket, dasher and lid available. The motor housing broke so I no longer need the other parts. jerryo@ctc.net

Jul 10, 2010 | Rival 8550-X 5 Quart Ice Cream Maker

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NOT FREEZING PROPERLY


If your outer bucket is leaking down the liquid brine solution it won't freeze properly. The rival buckets are bad about leaking. You might try pre-conditioning the outer bucket before making your attempt at freezing. Just fill the bucket to the weep hole with water and let it sit for about half an hour, then pour out all but about 4 inches of it and start adding ice and salt.

Jul 04, 2010 | Rival 8550-X 5 Quart Ice Cream Maker

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I need an instruction manual for my Deni 5000 ice cream maker


Are you looking for operating instructions or reciepts?

Find receipts via Google.

Operating instructions:

place the mix into the can with the paddle inside. Place the can into the bucket. Attach the motor or crank as appropriate.

Crush some ice (aboout 5 pounds) and pack about 2 inches around the base of the can with the can in the bucket. cover this ice with rock salt. Put two more inches of crushed ice on top - spread more rock salt (the smaller the ice, the smoother the mix). Continue this process until you are at the top. Make sure the drain is clear, start cranking (or motoring. When the motor stops, unplug it. Cover all with a heavy towel for about 30 minutges (if you can stand it) If for some reason the motor doesn't stop - you didnt put in enough salt. Expect to use about 1/2 of a 5 pound bag.

Remove the towel - the motor - the top - the paddle. Give the paddle to the kids with a couple spoons. Dig in for the adults.

I sometimes add a quart of water but you dont have to.

The ice makes the water cold - the water provides the freezing power, the salt lowers the freezing point of the water - the extra water might speed the process a little bit ... maybe not

Enjoy your delicious home made ice cream.

(BTW - the paddle does not move ... the can spins around the can causing mixing.

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Oct 14, 2009 | Deni 5000 Scoop Factory 1.5 Quart Ice...

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Rust in can of my RCW ice cream freezer model 71


If you use Comet or Ajax on a sponge and scrub hard, most or all of the rust should come off. If there is any rust left behind after scrubbing for 30 seconds, it will probably not interfere with the quality of the ice cream. To prevent further rust, dry the container and apply a little food grade mineral oil available at CVS.

Aug 06, 2009 | Ice Cream Makers

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I have a RCW ice cream maker. I m needing a new bottom band for the wooden bucket. Any hope in finding a band. Thanks


Try a very large hose clamp. The kind that has slots along its length and a screw mechanism that turns to tighten it. If you cannot find one that is long enough you can attach two or more together to get the length you need by unscrewing them completely and feeding the end of one into the mechanism of another. Another advantage is that they are stainless steel and will resist corrosion from the salt.

Jul 08, 2009 | Rival 8550-X 5 Quart Ice Cream Maker

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I need the directions for the Rival 8550 Ice cream maker


Fix Icecream mix as dircected on internet or where ever you get the recipe. Then layer ice and rocksalt around the out side of the aluminum can and then start motor.. takes about 20 minutes. or when can stops, but if you wait this long.. good chance of breaking the dasher ( mixing paddle). Note: if you have the wooden bucket, soak it in warm water for about 15 minutes to get the wood to swell and seal up.

Jun 24, 2008 | Rival 8550-X 5 Quart Ice Cream Maker

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