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FIXYA DOES NOT HAVE IT

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I agree with Tom. You need to order this from Deni.

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GOOGLE IT . THEY SELL MIX A LOT OF PLACES

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Error code lh on costagno icecream machine - Fixya


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Dec 20, 2018 - That usually means the machine is not being cooled. Since it is air cooled, check the fan. As soon as you press auto you should hear and feel ... SOLVED: I have the Beiqi BQ323T model soft serve ...
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SORRY WRONG WEBSITE FOR BUYING THINGS

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TRY THE MANUFACTURER'S WEBSITE

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Sounds like a thermostat problem. Perhaps an auto-defrost problem. Perhaps a hi-limit thermostat problem. You need a refrigeration engineer. That is a complicated piece of commercial equipment. You can't fix it yourself.

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Contact the manufacturer or search Google, Amazon or YouTube with the model number.

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If the ice cream got into any of the sockets it will be a specialist job to clean as the battery will need removing first.

Removing the ice cream from the surfaces will need patience - wipe off (or scrape off) as much as you can with a lifting action so you don't spread it around too much. Use a soft dry cloth or very soft tissue.
The residue will have to be tackled with a cloth made slightly damp with warm water and detergent. Work over a small area at a time with a light rubbing action. Keep using a different part of the cloth until the ice cream has been dissolved and absorbed and then move on to the next area...

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