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Taylor 754-27 soft serve

Left side very slow dispensing middle / right side ok left temp coming out 18 to 20 not as fluffy as middle/right side have regularly changed blades any help is appreciated-machine is located in concession trailer and distributors refuse to look at it

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  • touchettr Sep 04, 2008

    removed air orifice using only air tube seemed to help

  • touchettr Sep 04, 2008

    removed air orifice

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S/B 16 TO 18. MIX FEED TUBE NEEDS TO BE IN AT ALL TIMES....GOES STRAIGHT TO YOUR BOTTOM LINE. BLADES S/B REPLACED EVERY 6 MONTHS S/B NO SIDE TO SIDE OR UP AND DOWN MOVEMENT ON BEATER ASSEMBLY WHEN INSTALLED IN MACHINE.

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? U.S.A./Canada 1-800-231-9786
Mexico 01-800-847-2309
www.blackanddecker.com
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