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Machine runs and mixes. Compressor seems to run but mix will not thicken. Seems like mix is not getting cold enough. A water cooled unit.. Tried to bypass water intake switch so water was always running through but still didn't work. any ideas thanks

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If its a water cooled unit when the compressor is running water should be running thru the valve, if it isn't be sure you have the water correctly hooked up and its cold water, if it is and still no water you have a bad valve

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