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Gearboxes definitely go bad. The first sign is usually noise, I would describe it as a rumbling. The best way to determine if it's the gear box is:
1. empty and disconnect machine from power.
2. remove the freezer door and beater assembly
2. remove the rear panel - 4 screws
3. Remove the belts on the noisy side
4. Spin the big pulley and listen for the noise, you may want to remove the belts on the quiet side to compare the two.
I have a video that was shot to help change the hex coupler, but you would follow all of the same steps to replace the gear box.
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Taylor 632-27... | Answered on Jul 26, 2019


http://www.taylor-company.com/
their manuals are available on line.

Taylor 632-27... | Answered on Dec 30, 2018


That's a low mix light. It tells you that you don't have very much ice cream mix left in the hopper. There is a sensor in there that when no mix is touching it, it turns that light on.

Taylor 632-27... | Answered on Dec 11, 2017


http://www.taylor-company.com/
go to this web site and just click on operators manuals. Then either enter your model number or you can use the drop down menu.

Taylor 632-27... | Answered on Aug 03, 2017


Call toll free number 1-800-665-1125 or www.dslinc.com and they will tell you who you can get in your area. The name of the company who services Taylor is DSL

Taylor 632-27... | Answered on Jun 19, 2017


dirty condenser or low charge of freon

Taylor 632-27... | Answered on May 24, 2017


Try slowing down the rate at which you are drawing the product from the machine,and giving it a minute or two between draws. If you take to much out to fast it starves the barrel and will cause it to freeze up,and that will make the belts squeal.

Taylor 632-27... | Answered on Aug 17, 2015


The probe is not used to determine viscosity. This model determines viscosity by reading the amp draw of the beater motor. The viscosity setting on the upper control board is for fine tuning. You need to check the lower board. There are jumpers on that board that determine the amp range of the upper board adjustment. Most machines running soft serve are on the five range. Your machine may be on a lower range setting. All you have to do is remove the jumper and place it on the desired setting. Of course, there could be other problems that cause this issue such as a bad beater motor etc. Hope this helps.

Taylor 632-27... | Answered on Jan 15, 2015


What type of problem are you having?

Taylor 632-27... | Answered on Jun 10, 2014


that looks like it might be a serial number that is missing the letter in front on it, you need to have the proper model to look it up

Taylor 632-27... | Answered on Feb 21, 2012


It sounds like you may have unwelded the suction line to the compressor and blew the compressor out. That is not good. How a Taylor works is this: Compressor comes on and produces a lot of heat. There are 3 ways to dissipate the heat. If there is a big radiator like set of copper and aluminum finned coils near the compressor it is air cooled. If there is a water line going in and a drain line coming out, it is water cooled, the water runs the whole time the compressors are running, the third way is to have an outside remote condenser coil. I believe you have a water cooled machine. On the back of the machine is a copper fitting to hook up the incoming water lline. There is also a drain line and water will flow constantly from it if everything is running alright. It is ok for the compressor to get hot when running, it is supposed to get hot. If you broke into the freon lines by mistake, the freon is gone and it won't show pressure anymore. I don't see any way that oil would have gotten into the water cooling line. To verify which is the cooling water, the copper lines will go into the back of the machine and will be wrapped around the outside of the compressor and then back to the drain at the back of the machine. If you blew the oil out of the compressor it will very soon lock up and be destroyed. Look at the line that you cut into.

Taylor 632-27... | Answered on Nov 17, 2011

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