The following Gates belt will work. Its called Poly power chain belt
which is metric and just under 12 inches with 60 teeth. Just Google the
number and you will find several suppliers online. Costs around $24
which is cheap to fix such a great machine. Product # 5MGT-300-09
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Probably 15-20 minutes depends on machine and mixture. Some machines stop churning when the ice cream gets so thick that it stops the beater from turning. If you have this type of machine, when you hear clicks turn it off. If you start with a frozen container vessel, your ice cream will freeze faster. Remember that longer is not necessarily better. The longer it is out, the warmer it gets, and will turn back into slush.
Usually with these cheaper ice cream makers you put the bowl in the freezer for 12 hours and then put it on the machine and turn it on . Very important point turn it on so it is churning. Why so that what ever you pour in doesn't freeze solid and stop the agitator from churning. Most ice cream is Cream and sweeten condensed milk and flavouring. I do not have this exact ice cream maker but the one I do have has made three different ice creams in it so far. Add 1000 mL of cream to 250 mL sweeten condensed cream. Watch it for about 20 minutes till ice cream is solidifying then transfer to an plastic icecream container and put in freezer for at least 4 hours.
It sounds like the main gear is cracked were the paddle shaft goes though it.the d shaped shaft is spinning when the ice cream gets firm. i repaired mine by making a sleeve out of copper pipe and slid it over the cracked part. works great.
maybe you have a super strong husband who tried a little too hard to loosen the lid once and now it won't seal or catch. if he is equally smart as strong maybe he could get some sort of gasket type idea going with the lid or something else ingenious. but it sounds like that might not be up his ally as much as throwing it across the room. could you try buying a new lid since everything else is working well? maybe the lord is telling you to get more iron in your diet and less ice cream? ha! julie j your beloved daughter
The following Gates belt will work. Its called Poly power chain belt which is metric and just under 12 inches with 60 teeth. Just Google the number and you will find several suppliers online. Costs around $24 which is cheap to fix such a great machine. Product # 5MGT-300-09