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My Taylor 754-27 on the right side will stop workng just as the porduct gets up to consistancy. Do you think it is a weak or bad motor. The motor just stops and then when the product starts to warm up I can get it to work again by resetting it. Thank Lori

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Hi Lori and welcome to FixYa. I am Kelly,

If you have someone capable of swapping controllers between units move the controllers side to side by exchanging positions. I think you have a controller problem. Via the viscosity control (soft / hard) it senses amperage of the motor while in use. You either have a bad controller or a bad temp control. If you swap controllers and the problem persists then the temp control is bad. If the symptom changes to the other side then the controller is bad.

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