Question about Taylor 632-27 Ice Cream Maker
First, be sure you have good scraper blades. All too often the importance of the scraper blades is overlooked. After you know these are good (you should put some new ones in just in case), be sure the refrigeration condensers are clean. Also, check the air discharge to verify it is not clogged. Hi pressure air or CO2 is best for cleaning condensers. They are located on the sides of the machine (if your machine is water cooled, be sure you have adequate water supply.). You will have to remove the sides of the machine to access the condensers appropriately. Clean the hopper condenser as well while you are inside the machine. It is the small condenser located in the middle of the machine toward the front. If all of the above are done and your problem continues, you will need to call for service as you likely have a low refrigerant level.
Posted on Jul 04, 2011
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