Question about Taylor 632-27 Ice Cream Maker
The probe is not used to determine viscosity. This model determines viscosity by reading the amp draw of the beater motor. The viscosity setting on the upper control board is for fine tuning. You need to check the lower board. There are jumpers on that board that determine the amp range of the upper board adjustment. Most machines running soft serve are on the five range. Your machine may be on a lower range setting. All you have to do is remove the jumper and place it on the desired setting. Of course, there could be other problems that cause this issue such as a bad beater motor etc. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
OVERRUN AFFECTS THE TEMPERATURE AND CONSISTENCY AS WELL. MOST MACHINES RUN WITH A 60/40 RATIO OF MIX AND AIR.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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