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I need chocolate cooling tunnel wiring diagram and answer for 5 kg of melted chocolate at 30 C , is poured into a moulded steel tray each tray measure 1.0 meter long by 0.5 meter wide ( the witdth of convyour track) each tray weighs 3 kg. The manufactureing production rate allowes 20 miniuts for the stiffening process immediatly after which the chocolates are removed from the trays and wrapped. To minimise handling damage during the wrapping process the chocolate temperature must be no higher than 5 C. The entire conveyor track is to be utilised and the conveyor circuit must allow the operature to load and unload the trays at the same work station. The conveyor speed is 0.5 meters/ minute and is driven by a 1.5 kW fully loaded electric motor. The conveyor that runs through the tunnel is to be suppled by others. You are required to:- 1) Provide a detailed drawing of the refrigerated tunnel to a standard that is sufficient to allow manufacture by others. 2) Calculate the product load. 3) Calculate the air change load. 4) Calculate the miscellaneous load. 5) Specify a suitable refrigerant and the standard suction temperature of the system. 6) Provide an electrical control circuit diagram for the refrigeration system. The factory ambient 30 C and RH 60%

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SOURCE: GE PSW26M Artica Cooling and Ice Maker Problems

on the back of the frig is a small rectangle panel. inside that panel is the motherboard that controls the whole refrigerator. thoughs boards have been nothing but trouble. one of the problems it causes when it goes bad is the problem your having. replace the board to fix it

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SOURCE: Our refigerator is not cooling .

Hello Laura,
If you look at the rear wall inside the freezer compartment down low and find a bunch of frost on that wall, you have an automatic defrost system failure. The most likely part that has failed is the defrost thermostat. It is located on the top of the freezer coil, clipped onto a piece of tubing. It will have 2 wires coming out of it and it is about the diameter of a quarter and about 3/4" tall. To test this part you would need a test meter and enough skill to check if the contacts are closed when the thermostat is frozen withing the specifications stated on the thermostat. I believe yours would close at 25 degrees F and opens at 47 degrees F. Part # 5303918214
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SOURCE: Goodman PCK-060-1C

It seems to me that your suction should be @ 76 or so. 52 is low. the coil will ice up with any suction PSI below 58. Disconnect the unit from the duct work and make sure there is no restriction in the duct size. In other words. Does the unit work properly with out the duct? I find most mobil homes have a restriction in the amount of return. A 5 ton split needs a 20 inch round return. You never see this size return on a package unit. Does the return **** the filter in? I have had to add returns to large mobil homes because there just not designed right.
this is only a possibility. Is the temperature split on the equipment between 18 and 20 If it is then I don't thing you have an equipment problem. Also make sure there are no holes in the duct work.Last one I had unit was working fine but the duct work had a big hole in it from some animal under the trailer.

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In your particular model I believe it is termed as "MaxCool". It is also possible that the sensor for the refrigerator is covered by a food item and therefore was getting erroneous readings hence cutting off early (making the temp go higher than normal). Based on this, you can try switching the food items around relocating them as to how they were placed inside. Incidentally, frequent opening and closing of the refrigerator of course would be exposing the inside to warmer air making the unit work harder.

The reset requires that the unit be unplug for an hour or more hence my suggestion during the Live Session to make use of a second refrigerator while checking out the Jenn Air.

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What is the recipe of Indian kulfi?


Kulfi Recipe
  • Prep time: 5 min
  • Cook time: 90 min
  • Serves: 5

Main Ingredients:

  1. full fat milk
  2. sugar

Ingredients
  • Full fat milk - 1.25 lts
  • Powdered Sugar - 1/3 cup heaped
  • Cardamom - 4, powdered
  • Pistachios - 8, roughly chopped (optional)
  • Saffron - few strands, soaked in a tbsp of warm milk for 10 mts
Method
  1. Heat milk in a wide bottomed pan and bring to a boil. Allow the milk simmer on medium flame till it reaches half its original quantity. Keep stirring inbetween.
  2. Add powdered sugar, cardamom powder and roughly chopped nuts. Mix well and keep simmering on medium flame, stirring till it further reduces to almost one third of its original quantity. It will have a rabdi consistency and slightly thick.
  3. Turn off flame and allow to cool.
  4. Once cool, place the mixture in the fridge for a few hours. (This helps reduce formation of ice crystals during freezing process)
  5. Pour the chilled mixture into kulfi moulds and close the lids.
  6. Place the kulfi moulds in the deep freezer and allow to set overnight or at least 7-8 hours.
  7. Once the kulfi sets, place the kulfi mould in luke warm water for a few secs to help it unmould easily.
  8. Insert kebab or ice cream stick in the kulfi and serve. You can garnish with more nuts.
Tips
  • Full fat milk is essential for authentic flavour of kulfi.
  • If you do not have kulfi moulds, you can use stainless steel vessels.
  • Kulfi expands on freezing, so do not fill to the brim.
  • You can skip step four and pour the milk mixture that is at room temperature into the kulfi moulds.

Dec 25, 2015 | Ice Cream Makers

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Fridgidaire freezer warming up


Red light on for High Freezer Temperature Warning
or freezer not cooling, but fridge is and a lot of noise from compressor.
Also, fridge drain hole blocked, water in bottom of fridge.


This is a common fault in Hotpoint Fridge Freezers and can also happen if the door has been left open or has been a power cut.

1. Turn off fridge freezer, or at least turn down the freezer temp to minimum, though not ideal.
2. Open freezer door and remove all drawers.
3. Remove the back panel on the inside of the freezer. This is held in place with 4 screws, which might be 6mm hex head or star allen head. Pull the panel out.
4. Behind where the panel was, there is a cooling element for cooling, pipes, and below this a temperature sensor. If the fridge freezer is not switched off, then fold together a few layers of tinfoil and wrap around the sensor.
5. Use a hairdryer to slowly melt the ice. Melt it around areas where it appears to be hanging on, such as the corners of the cooling element or bolts, as well as any thin sections below the main block of ice around the cooling element, which will be supporting the main block. Use a plastic ice scraper to remove ice but not near pipes or sensor.
Warning: Be careful using electrics around water & melting ice & drips.
6. Below the cooling element, there is a drip channel & drain hole. If this hole is full of ice, pour a small amound of warm water down, leave for 10 seconds and pour a bit more until clear.
In the fridge, clear the drain hole in the same way.
Warning: Do not pour a lot of water down, as this water drains onto a tray above the hot compressor at the rear of the fridge freezer to be evaporated by the heat of the compressor and the tray will only hold a small amount.
7. When all ice is removed, dry all moisture. Put the shelves back. Close door. Turn on fridge freezer. Turn up the freezer temperature to your normal setting. Turn on fast freeze if available. After 1 hour, check with a thermometer. It should be cold enough after 1 or 2 hours.

Sep 09, 2013 | Freezers

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Freezer compressor is short cycling


Red light on for High Freezer Temperature Warning
or freezer not cooling, but fridge is and a lot of noise from compressor.
Also, fridge drain hole blocked, water in bottom of fridge.


This is a common fault in Hotpoint Fridge Freezers and can also happen if the door has been left open or has been a power cut.

1. Turn off fridge freezer, or at least turn down the freezer temp to minimum, though not ideal.
2. Open freezer door and remove all drawers.
3. Remove the back panel on the inside of the freezer. This is held in place with 4 screws, which might be 6mm hex head or star allen head. Pull the panel out.
4. Behind where the panel was, there is a cooling element for cooling, pipes, and below this a temperature sensor. If the fridge freezer is not switched off, then fold together a few layers of tinfoil and wrap around the sensor.
5. Use a hairdryer to slowly melt the ice. Melt it around areas where it appears to be hanging on, such as the corners of the cooling element or bolts, as well as any thin sections below the main block of ice around the cooling element, which will be supporting the main block. Use a plastic ice scraper to remove ice but not near pipes or sensor.
Warning: Be careful using electrics around water & melting ice & drips.
6. Below the cooling element, there is a drip channel & drain hole. If this hole is full of ice, pour a small amound of warm water down, leave for 10 seconds and pour a bit more until clear.
In the fridge, clear the drain hole in the same way.
Warning: Do not pour a lot of water down, as this water drains onto a tray above the hot compressor at the rear of the fridge freezer to be evaporated by the heat of the compressor and the tray will only hold a small amount.
7. When all ice is removed, dry all moisture. Put the shelves back. Close door. Turn on fridge freezer. Turn up the freezer temperature to your normal setting. Turn on fast freeze if available. After 1 hour, check with a thermometer. It should be cold enough after 1 or 2 hours.

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What is a recipe for this ice cream maker


What make and model is "this" ice cream maker?

Mar 09, 2013 | Ice Cream Makers

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I am looking for the recipe for the chocolate fountain. What is the ratio of chocolate chips to oil?


You can buy special chocolate fountain chocolate to use, or you can just use standard milk / dark chocolate chips and add 1/2 a cup of good vegetable or coconut oil for every pound (16 Oz) of chocolate.

There are many different variations on the recipe and you can Google CHOCOLATE FOUNTAIN RECIPE to get an idea of the many different options which include adding cream or liqueur.

Basically you just want to melt your chocolate on the stove in a double boiler if possible.
If you use a microwave, then carefully heat only on low power and stir after every minute.

Pour the melted chocolate into the fountain base and turn on the fountain for a few minutes. Then shut it off for a minute to allow it to vent any air and restart.

You can always add a little more oil to the recipe if the chocolate does not flow properly.

Good luck and enjoy.

Apr 23, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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I not really a problem i was wondering how lolipops were made? PS actual lolipops


They are made by melting mainly sugar with some colouring and flavouring, pouring the molten liquid into a mould and putting the stick in while still molten. The 'liquid' then cools and solidifies.
Are there such things as unreal lollipops?
By the way you spelled lollipop incorrectly.

Mar 02, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Need the recipe for the cake mix that come with the oven


This is just one of many I found at this website http://www.lynettee.com/kidfood10.htm

Children's Chocolate Cake Mix
1 cup sugar
3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/3 cup vegetable shortening
In a medium bowl, combine sugar, cocoa powder, flour, baking soda and salt. Stir with a wire whisk until blended. With a pastry blender, cut in shortening until evenly distributed and mixture resembles corn meal. Spoon about 1/3 cup of the mixture into each of 11 small containers with tight fitting lids or Ziploc bags. Seal containers. Label with date and contents. Store in a cool dry place. Use within 12 weeks. Makes 11 packages of Children's Chocolate Cake Mix for Easy Bake style oven.

To Use:
1 package cake mix
4 tsp. water
Mix together and stir with a fork or spoon until blended and smooth. Pour mixture into greased and floured 4 inch round miniature baking pan. Follow directions for child's oven, or bake in mom's preheated 375* oven for 12 to 13 minutes. Remove from oven and cool in pan on a rack for 5 minutes.
Invert onto a small plate and remove pan. When cool, frost with Children's Chocolate Frosting. Serves 2 children.

Enjoy!

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Is the function of one-half a large, small, or in between number, and how do you evaluate the function of one-half to the millionth power?


Ingredients:
  • 8- 1 ounce squares of unsweetened chocolate
  • 1 cup butter
  • 5 eggs
  • 3 cups sugar
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla
  • 1-1/2 cups flour
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 2-1/2 cups chopped pecans or walnuts, toasted
Preparation: Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Grease a 9 x 13 pan. Melt chocolate and butter in a saucepan over low heat; set aside. In a mixer, beat eggs, sugar and vanilla at high speed for 10 minutes**. Blend in chocolate mixture, flour and salt until just mixed. Stir in the nuts. Pour into prepared pan.
Bake for 35-40 minutes. (Don't overbake.) Cool and frost if desired, but that is not necessary.
** It's not required, but this is when it's very nice to own a stand mixer.
This is one of the best brownie recipes.

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Hi! I lost the instructions and wanted the recipe for chocolate fondue for about 60 people. Thanks so much for your help.


With out without a fountain this link is pretty good. FYI One Pound of chocolate Fondue will feed 10 people grazing. So for 60 people you will need at least 6 lbs of dark chocolate.
Link:
http://www.ellenskitchen.com/bigpots/plan/chocfont.html

From the linked page....

MICROWAVING THE CHOCOLATE Pre-melting your chocolate or sauce recipe in a microwaveable zip-lock bag speeds the maintenance of the fountain. The chocolate MUST be placed in the microwave in the bag with the proper amount of oil added (a good estimate is 1/2 cup of vegetable oil per 5 pounds of high quality chocolate) on medium power for 3 minutes. Then the chocolate should be stirred by smashing the bag around- hold in oven gloves, it will be hot- or with a rubber scraper and put back in the microwave. Microwave again on low power for an additional one to three minutes. Carefully pour the melted chocolate into the preheated fountain, preheated 3-5 minutes at 100 °.
Any blackening of the chocolate hints that it is burnt, if this occurs, discard it. It will spoil the entire batch.

Check out the fruits recommendations of the same link too!

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INstructions for rival chocolate fountain


you need about 2/3 cup of oil to 1 bag of chocolate chips (i think we use about 3 bags). In a bowl with the oil and chocoloate chips, melt them in the microwave about a minute at a time until its all liquid DO NOT over cook the chocolate chips in the microwave, they will scorch. Once melted pour into the fountain and turn it on. I would do one bag at a time. Hope this helps!

Jul 05, 2009 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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