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Taylor 8756-33. Which components operate in standby mode?


In standby mode, the machine just wants to keep the product refrigerated until it goes back into auto.

So, the mix cabinet needs to keep the product cool in the bottom of the machine, that requires the mix compressor and fans to run. The mix cabinet temperature is read by a thermistor probe and regulated by the (left side) logic board.

The product in the cylinders should go back to liquid form in standby, but we still have to maintain that safe food temperature, the motor and compressor will run periodically. If the machine is air-cooled a fan will run anytime the compressors run. If it is water cooled, water will flow through the machine when the compressor runs. The temperature in the freezing cylinders is read by a different thermistor probe and regulated by the logic boards.

Here is a link to all of the parts in a Taylor 8756.
http://www.softserveparts.com/c-1335911-parts-8756.html

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Jul 20, 2015 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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Where do we acquire a new cover?


Unfortunately Rival doesn't make replacement parts available for their appliances. You can contact them directly at Sites rival products Site However I haven't ever been able to get replacement parts through them.

I have found the 90% of canister style Ice Cream makers have the same size lids. In the past I have purchase West Bends Ice Cream maker lid and it fits perfectly on both my Rival ice cream maker as well as my Back to Basics model.

Here is a link to the parts on West Bends site: IC10885 Ice Cream Maker

The lids is part number U66-2, and is only a couple of dollars from West Bend.

-Colleen @ Mending Shed

Sites rival products Site
IC10885 Ice Cream Maker

Apr 14, 2015 | Ice Cream Makers

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How to unlock taylor c712 freezer lock


Under normal operating conditions, the C712 will enter freezer lock when the temperature of the barrels or hoppers have been above 41 degrees for too long. It requires you to do a cleaning cycle. You will have to empty the machine of product, rinse it out, remove the freezer door, and shut the machine off. once the machine is off you will see a 5 minute timer and 4 temperature readings. That timer wont start unless all 4 temperature reading are above 60 degrees F. once the timer reaches zero, the machine will unlock and your brush cycle timer will reset to 00. The brush cycle timer is underneath your main display. Your main display should now show "Power Switch Off--- Unit Cleaned" and you can now reassemble your machine and can use it.
Some causes:

Low product with a lid off.

During a cleaning cycle, the barrels take longer to come up to temperature than the hoppers. Its entirely possible to thoroughly and properly clean the machine without satisfying the temperature requirements. The machine doesn't register the cleaning cycle and you reassemble the machine. The machine doesn't know you cleaned the machine so it was still keeping track of how long the temperatures were above 41 degrees and as soon you try to put it in auto or standby, it goes into a freezer locked condition.

One of the probes may be failing. You can check this by going into "Current Conditions" in your managers menu. You'll see the 4 temperature readings and if one of them is a lot higher or lower than the actual temperature of the product that could be an indicator of a failing temperature probe.

www.softserveparts.com

Mar 29, 2015 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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Recently bought a used Taylor Shake/Slush Freezer Model 430 to be used for shakes. It was used for aheks in the past and no problems, however, we put it together and the ice cream is too hard. Even...


The Taylor 430 thermistor model has two adjustments a fine adjustment, which is made by turning the knob, and a coarse adjustment that is made by turning the screw in the center of the knob. I suspect you are trying the fine adjustment, which will change the product + or - 2 degrees F. The coarse adjustment will let you set the product temperature between 10 and 30 degrees F.

As far as the clunking, those machines clunk a little. It would do it more if the product was too hard.

You are correct the machine will leak drops into the drip tray, but if it is more than drops, you want to address it. Should be as simple as a new tune up kit.
X39969Tune up kit for most Taylor Slush Machine non Carbonated machines...
If this doesn't help, or if you have any other questions, you can reach me at
Soft Serve Parts Supplies
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Mar 15, 2017 | Taylor Ice Cream Makers

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Missing part in ice cream maker


hello. here is the link to rival and your icecream maker

http://www.rivalproducts.com/product.aspx?pid=1016

you can get the part and the manual directly from them. enjoy!

Jun 25, 2009 | Rival 8550-X 5 Quart Ice Cream Maker

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Looking for the manufucturer of chromex ic100 ice cream machine


Please provide the model number and the make.

May 27, 2009 | Ice Cream Makers

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Need Proctor Silex Ice Cream Maker Manual and Container Lid


I have a lid for the older proctor silex. Contact me if you still need one. My canister rusted out so I can't use it anymore.

Nov 23, 2008 | Ice Cream Makers

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