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My freezer bowl not freezing anymore I let in the freezer more the 24 hours and it's still liquid

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Thaw the bowl and re-place it in the freezer - make sure it is sitting perfectly level. Don't remove the freezer bowl until you are immediately ready to pour in the ingredients - letting it sit out for even 5 minutes will be too long, as it thaws quickly.

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    shin84sama Jul 07, 2013

    I am quite regretful in buying cuisinart. My ice30BC bowl hasn't frozen for 3 days already. This is Newly bought and i haven't be able to use it yet.

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