Question about Krups 358-70 La Glaciere 1.5 Quart Ice Cream Maker
I bought a used Krups ice cream maker at a garage sale a few years ago. I don't know how old it is, but it worked. We made sorbets and ice cream and it turned out really well--within minutes of turning the maker on, the solution would start to freeze.
We moved across the country, stored the ice cream maker and didn't use it for 3 years. We put the freezing canister in the freezer for a few days, took it out and tried making frozen yogurt. It didn't freeze. We had never made frozen yogurt before and were using non-fat yogurt, so we figured it just wasn't thick enough to freeze well.
So, we made some lemon custard. Again, the canister was in the freezer for 3-4 days and the same results.
As far as we can tell, the canister is still full of the freezing solution and does not appear to have leaked. Does this stop working after a while? I don't see how it could. Do ice cream makers get old and stop working?
Otherwise, everything seems to work well. The motor still works--in this model, the canister turns and the lid holds the paddle in place. The switch is just on or off. The freezing just doesn't happen.
If anyone wants to sell paddle to Krups ice cream #358, Please let me know.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
Yes, they stop working sometimes. Same thing happened to me.
The Cuisinart ICE-20 bowl is precisely the same, and works with the Krups 337. You can buy the Cuisinart bowl separately. It costs nearly as much as the whole machine, but what can you do.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
Here is the manual in a PDF file on the web:
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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Posted on Jul 17, 2010
SOURCE: My Krups La Glaciere ice
The vibration you are getting is because of a jammed motor shaft. If you leave it on in this mode for a long time you can burn the motor.
Unplug the device from the mains supply and using a pliers turn the motor shaft and see if you can get it to turn with out a lot of force.
As soon as you get it to turn , plug it in and turn it on. Run it for some time to displace rust in the motor shaft. A few drops of cooking oil in the bearing should solve your problem. After putting the oil remember to hold the Ice cream maker upside down and rut it for some time to allow the oil to penetrate inside.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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