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Motor Reverse Oxiria

Hello,

The first two times the motor reverses to indicate that the ice cream is done, the whole top piece loosens from the base and rotates around non-stop. Any suggestions?

Thx

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  • Xcal77 Aug 16, 2008

    Simple solution, the motor was placed the wrong way on the machine. If you look at the grooves in the bowl you can tell the motor needs to be placed on the other side so the blade can churn then change direction and not loosen the whole motor casing. Even looking at the manual, you can tell the motor goes the other way! I'm sure this will fix ya Oxiria!

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Wow! I feel dumb now! The problem was simply that the motor was put on the wrong end of the unit, as I looked at the grooves in the bowl I realized that once it rotates counterclockwise and back again, it needed to be turned around. If you look at the picture on the manual, you can tell the motor gets placed facing the other way. I'm sure this will fix ya Oxiria!

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