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Taylor Model PH61 Peristaltic Pump User manual
OPERATOR’S 
MANUAL
Model PH61 Heat Treatment
Peristaltic Pump Shake Freezer
Original Operating Instructions
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2006 (Original Publication)
(Updated 10/29/2019)
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Table of Contents
Section 1: To the Installer
Installer Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Site Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Air-Cooled Machines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Water Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Electrical Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Beater Rotation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Refrigerant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Section 2: To the Operator
Compressor Warranty Disclaimer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Section 3: Safety
Section 4: Operator Parts Identification
Model PH61 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Beater and Door Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
X57028-XX Pump A. - Mix Simplified . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
Syrup Valve. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Brush A.-Package-HT X44127 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
Section 5: User Interface
Symbol Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Power Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Liquid Crystal Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Indicator Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Reset Mechanism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Operating Screen Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
Operator Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
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Section 6: Operating Procedures
Machine Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Sanitizing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8
Priming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
Daily Closing Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
Daily Opening Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13
Setup—Complete the Following . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13
Syrup Calibration and Priming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-15
Closing Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-17
Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-19
Brush-Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-21
Sanitizing the Syrup Lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-21
Pump Tube Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-22
Pump Tube Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-23
Section 7: Operator’s Checklist
During Cleaning and Sanitizing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Troubleshooting Bacterial Count . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Regular Maintenance Checks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Winter Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
Section 8: Troubleshooting Guide
Section 9: Parts Replacement Schedule
Section 10: Limited Warranty on Equipment
Section 11: Limited Warranty on Parts
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To the Installer
Section 1
The following information has been included in the
manual as safety and regulatory guidelines. For complete
installation instructions, please see the Installation
Checklist.
WARNING! This machine has many sharp
edges that can cause severe injuries.
Installer Safety
Site Preparation
IMPORTANT! In all areas of the world,
machines should be installed in accordance with existing
local codes. Please contact your local authorities if you
have any questions.
Care should be taken to ensure that all basic safety
practices are followed during the installation and
servicing activities related to the installation and service
of Taylor® machines.
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Only Taylor service personnel should perform
installation, maintenance, and repairs on Taylor
machines.
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Authorized service personnel should consult
OSHA Standard 29CFRI910.147 or the
applicable code of the local area for industry
standards on lockout/tagout procedures before
beginning any installation or repairs.
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Authorized service personnel must ensure that
the proper personal protective equipment (PPE)
is available and worn when required during
installation and service.
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Authorized service personnel must remove all
metal jewelry, rings, and watches before
working on electrical equipment.
DANGER! The main power supply(s) to the
machine must be disconnected prior to performing any
repairs. Failure to follow this instruction may result in
personal injury or death from electrical shock or
hazardous moving parts, as well as poor performance or
damage to the machine.
To the Installer
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Review the area where the machine will be installed.
Make sure that all possible hazards to the installer, user,
and the machine have been addressed.
WARNING! Only install this machine in a
location where its use and maintenance is restricted to
trained personnel. Failure to comply may result in
personal injury.
For Indoor Use Only: This machine is designed to
operate indoors, under normal ambient temperatures of
70°F to 75°F (21°C to 24°C). The machine has
successfully performed in high ambient temperatures of
up to 104°F (40°C) at reduced capacities.
WARNING! This machine must NOT be
installed in an area where a water jet or hose can be
used. NEVER use a water jet or hose to rinse or clean
the machine. Failure to follow this instruction may result
in electrocution.
CAUTION! This machine must be installed on
a level surface to avoid the hazard of tipping. Extreme
care should be taken in moving this machine for any
reason. Two or more persons are required to safely move
this machine. Failure to comply may result in personal
injury or damage to the machine.
The authorized installer should inspect the machine and
promptly report any damage to the local authorized
Taylor distributor.
This machine is made using USA sizes of hardware. All
metric conversions are approximate and vary in size.
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TO THE INSTALLER
Air-Cooled Machines
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Do not obstruct the machine's air intake and discharge
openings. Air-cooled machines require a minimum of 
6 in. (152 mm) of clearance around all sides of the
machine. Failure to allow adequate clearance can reduce
the refrigeration capacity of the machine and possibly
cause permanent damage to the compressors.
label on the machine. Check the data label(s) on the
machine for branch circuit overcurrent protection or fuse,
circuit ampacity, and other electrical specifications.
See the wiring diagram provided inside the electrical box
for proper power connections.
FOLLOW YOUR LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES.
Water Connections
(Water-Cooled Machines Only)
An adequate cold water supply must be provided with a
hand shutoff valve. On the rear of the machine, 2-3/8 in.
IPS water connections for inlet and outlet have been
provided for easy hookup. The 1/2 in. inside diameter
water lines should be connected to the machine.
(Flexible lines are recommended, if local codes permit.)
Depending on local water conditions, it may be advisable
to install a water strainer to prevent foreign substances
from clogging the automatic water valve. There will be
only one water-in and one water-out connection. Do not
install a hand shutoff valve on the water-out line! Water
should always flow in this order: first, through the
automatic water valve; second, through the condenser;
and third, through the outlet fitting to an open trap drain.
IMPORTANT! A backflow prevention device is
required on the incoming water connection side. Please
see the applicable national, state, and local codes for
determining the proper configuration.
Electrical Connections
WARNING! This machine must be properly
grounded. Failure to do so can result in severe personal
injury from electrical shock.
IMPORTANT! An equipotential grounding lug is
provided with this machine. Some countries require the
grounding lug to be properly attached to the rear of the
frame by the authorized installer. The installation location
is marked by the equipotential bonding symbol (5021 of
IEC 60417-1) on both the removable panel and the
machine's frame.
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IMPORTANT! In the United States, this
machine is intended to be installed in accordance with
the National Electrical Code (NEC), ANSI/NFPA 701987.
The purpose of the NEC code is the practical
safeguarding of persons and property from hazards
arising from the use of electricity. This code contains
provisions considered necessary for safety.
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In all other areas of the world, the machine should be
installed in accordance with the existing local codes.
Please contact your local authorities if you have any
questions.
Each machine requires one power supply for each data
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IMPORTANT!
Stationary machines which are not equipped
with a power cord and a plug or another device
to disconnect the machine from the power
source must have an all-pole disconnecting
device with a contact gap of at least 0.125 in. 
(3 mm) in the external installation.
Machines that are permanently connected to
fixed wiring and for which leakage currents may
exceed 10 mA, particularly when disconnected
or not used for long periods, or during initial
installation, shall have protective devices to
protect against the leakage of current, such as a
GFI, installed by authorized personnel to local
codes.
Supply cords used with this machine shall be 
oil-resistant, sheathed flexible cable not lighter
than ordinary polychloroprene or other
equivalent synthetic elastomer-sheathed cord
(code designation 60245 IEC 57) installed with
the proper cord anchorage to relieve conductors
from strain, including twisting, at the terminals
To the Installer
TO THE INSTALLER
and protect the insulation of the conductors from
abrasion.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a
Taylor service technician to avoid a hazard.
Beater Rotation
WARNING! Refrigerant liquid sprayed onto the
skin may cause serious damage to tissue. Keep eyes
and skin protected. If refrigerant burns should occur,
flush the area immediately with cold water. If burns are
severe, apply ice packs and contact a physician
immediately.
NOTICE! Beater rotation must be clockwise as
viewed looking into the freezing cylinder.
To correct the rotation on a three-phase machine,
interchange any two incoming power supply lines at the
freezer main terminal block only. To correct rotation on a
single-phase machine, exchange leads inside the beater
motor. (Follow the diagram printed on the motor.)
Electrical connections are made directly to the terminal
block provided in the main control box, located behind
the service panel.
It is recommended that beater rotation adjustment be
performed by an authorized Taylor service technician.
Refrigerant
NOTICE! Taylor reminds technicians to be
aware of and in compliance with local government laws
regarding refrigerant recovery, recycling, and reclaiming
systems. For information regarding applicable local laws,
please contact your local authorized Taylor distributor.
IMPORTANT! Refrigerants and their
associated lubricants may be extremely moisture
absorbent. When opening a refrigeration system, the
maximum time the system is open must not exceed
15 minutes. Cap all open tubing to prevent humid air or
water from being absorbed by the oil.
CAUTION! This machine contains fluorinated
greenhouse gases (F-Gas) to provide refrigeration using
a hermetically sealed circuit or within foam insulation.
This machine's type of gas, quantity, Global Warming
Potential (GWP), and CO2 tonnes equivalent information
is recorded on the machine's data label. The refrigerant
used is generally considered nontoxic and
nonflammable. However any gas under pressure is
potentially hazardous and must be handled with caution.
NEVER fill any refrigerant cylinder completely with liquid.
Filling the cylinder approximately 80% will allow for
normal expansion.
CAUTION! Use only approved refrigerant
listed on the machine's data-label or authorized through a
manufacturer's technical bulletin. The use of any other
refrigerant may expose users and operators to
unexpected safety hazards.
To the Installer
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TO THE INSTALLER
Notes:
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To the Installer
To the Operator
Section 2
The machine you have purchased has been carefully
engineered and manufactured to give you dependable
operation. When properly operated and cared for, it will
produce a consistent quality product. Like all mechanical
products, this machine will require cleaning and
maintenance. A minimum amount of care and attention is
necessary if the operating procedures outlined in this
manual are followed closely.
IMPORTANT! This manual should be read
before operating or performing any maintenance on your
machine.
The Model PH61 will not compensate and correct for any
errors during the setup or filling operations. Thus, the
initial assembly and priming procedures are of extreme
importance. It is strongly recommended the personnel
responsible for the machine's operation, both assembly
and disassembly, study these procedures to be properly
trained.
When your machine is delivered or if it has been in the
OFF position for more than 24 hours, disassemble the
machine following procedures found on page 6-17.
Follow assembly procedures on page 6-1 to re-assemble
your machine.
IMPORTANT! Dairy products are susceptible
to bacterial contamination due to improper product
handling. Therefore, be sure to use clean sanitary
conditions when handling mix.
The machine must be disassembled, cleaned, sanitized,
and lubricated every 2 weeks.
Important! Your Taylor warranty is valid only if the parts
are authorized Taylor parts, purchased from the local
authorized Taylor distributor, and only if all required 
service work is provided by Taylor service technicians.
Taylor reserves the right to deny warranty claims on
machines or parts if unapproved parts or 
incorrect refrigerant were installed in the machine, 
system modifications were performed beyond factory
recommendations, or it is determined that the failure was
caused by abuse, misuse, neglect, or failure to follow all
operating instructions. For full details of your Taylor 
warranty, please see the Limited Warranty section in this
manual.
During the Heat Treatment process, the product is
brought to a temperature sufficient to destroy bacteria
and is returned to a standby temperature.
The special control system will ensure the product is
heated and maintained at the set temperature for the full
30 minutes. This time is required to ensure that bacteria
is destroyed. If the machine was unable to complete the
Heat cycle, the LCD will read:
HEAT TREAT CYCLE FAILURE - FREEZER LOCKED PRESS SEL KEY
If this is the case, or if you require technical assistance,
please contact your local authorized Taylor distributor.
IMPORTANT! If the crossed-out wheeled bin
symbol is affixed to this machine, it signifies that this
machine is compliant with the EU directives as well as
other similar end-of-life legislation in effect after August
13, 2005. Therefore, it must be collected separately after
its use is completed and cannot be disposed as unsorted
municipal waste.
ALWAYS FOLLOW LOCAL HEALTH CODES.
The user is responsible for delivering the machine to the
appropriate collection facility as specified by your local
code.
If you require technical assistance, please contact your
local authorized Taylor distributor.
For additional information regarding applicable local
disposal laws, please contact the municipal waste facility
and/or local authorized Taylor distributor.
To the Operator
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TO THE OPERATOR
Compressor Warranty Disclaimer
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The refrigeration compressor(s) on this machine are
warranted for the term stated in the Limited Warranty
section in this manual. However, due to the Montreal
Protocol and the U.S. Clean Air Act Amendments of
1990, many new refrigerants are being tested and
developed, thus seeking their way into the service
industry. Some of these new refrigerants are being
advertised as drop-in replacements for numerous
applications. It should be noted that in the event of
ordinary service to this machine's refrigeration system,
only the refrigerant specified on the affixed data label
should be used. The unauthorized use of alternate
refrigerants will void your Taylor compressor warranty. It
is the machine owner's responsibility to make this fact
known to any technician they employ.
From time to time Taylor may test new refrigerant
alternates. Should a new refrigerant alternate prove,
through Taylor's testing, that it would be accepted as a
drop-in replacement for this machine, then the disclaimer
in this Compressor Warranty Disclaimer section will not
apply to the use of the alternate refrigerant approved by
Taylor.
To find out the current status of an alternate refrigerant as
it relates to your compressor warranty, call Taylor or your
local authorized Taylor distributor. Be prepared to provide
the model/serial number of the machine in question.
Note: Continuing research results in steady
improvements; therefore, information in this Operator’s
Manual is subject to change without notice.
It should also be noted that Taylor does not warrant the
refrigerant used in its machine. For example, if the
refrigerant is lost during the course of ordinary service to
this machine, Taylor has no obligation to either supply or
provide replacement refrigerant either at billable or
unbillable terms. Taylor will recommend a suitable
replacement if the original refrigerant is banned,
obsoleted, or no longer available during the 5-year Taylor
warranty of the compressor.
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To the Operator
Safety
Section 3
We at Taylor are concerned about the safety of operators
at all times when they are coming in contact with the
machine and its parts. Taylor makes every effort to
design and manufacture built-in safety features to protect
both operators and service technicians.
Installing and servicing refrigeration machines can be
hazardous due to system pressure and electrical
components. Only trained and qualified service
personnel should install, repair, or service refrigeration
machines. When working on refrigeration machines,
observe precautions noted in the literature, tags and
labels attached to the machine, and other safety
precautions that may apply. Follow all safety code
requirements. Wear safety glasses and work gloves.
DANGER! Failure to adhere to the following
safety precautions may result in severe personal injury or
death. Failure to comply with these warnings may also
damage the machine and/or its components. Such
damage may require component replacement and
service repair expenses.
NOTICE! DO NOT operate this machine
without reading this entire manual first. Failure to follow
all of these operating instructions may result in damage
to the machine, poor performance, health hazards, or
personal injury.
IMPORTANT! This machine is to be used only
by trained personnel. It is not intended for use by children
or people with reduced physical, sensory, or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge, unless
given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the
machine by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not
play with the machine.
Safety
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WARNING! Avoid injury.
DO NOT operate the machine unless it is
properly grounded.
DO NOT operate the machine with fuses larger
than specified on the machine's data label.
All repairs should be performed by an
authorized Taylor service technician.
The main power supplies to the machine must
be disconnected prior to performing installation,
repairs, or maintenance.
Machines that are permanently connected to
fixed wiring and for which leakage currents may
exceed 10 mA, particularly when disconnected
or not used for long periods, or during initial
installation, shall have protective devices to
protect against the leakage of current, such as a
GFI, installed by the authorized personnel to
local codes.
Stationary machines that are not equipped with
a power cord and a plug or another device to
disconnect the appliance from the power source
must have an all-pole disconnecting device with
a contact gap of at least 0.125 in. (3 mm) in the
external installation.
Supply cords used with this machine shall be 
oil-resistant, sheathed flexible cable not lighter
than ordinary polychloroprene or other
equivalent synthetic elastomer-sheathed cord
(code designation 60245 IEC 57) installed with
the proper cord anchorage to relieve conductors
from strain, including twisting, at the terminals
and protect the insulation of the conductors from
abrasion.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by a Taylor service technician to avoid
a hazard.
Failure to follow these instructions may result in
electrocution. Contact your local authorized Taylor
distributor for service.
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SAFETY
IMPORTANT! An equipotential grounding lug is
provided with this machine. Some countries require the
grounding lug to be properly attached to the rear of the
frame by the authorized installer. The installation location
is marked by the equipotential bonding symbol (5021 of
IEC 60417-1) on both the removable panel and the
machine's frame.
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WARNING! DO NOT use a water jet to clean
or rinse the machine. Failure to follow these instructions
may result in serious electrical shock.
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WARNING! Avoid injury.
DO NOT allow untrained personnel to operate
this machine.
DO NOT operate the machine unless all service
panels and access doors are fastened with
screws.
DO NOT remove any internal operating parts
(including, but not limited to the freezer door,
beater, or scraper blades) unless all control
switches are in the OFF position.
Failure to follow these instructions may result in severe
personal injury, especially to fingers or hands, from
hazardous moving parts.
CAUTION! This machine must be placed on a
level surface. Extreme care should be taken when
moving for any reason. Two or more persons are
required to safely move this machine. Failure to comply
may result in personal injury or damage to the machine.
IMPORTANT! Access to the service area of
the machine must be restricted to persons having
knowledge and practical experience with the machine, in
particular as far as safety and hygiene are concerned.
NOTICE! Cleaning and sanitizing schedules
are governed by your federal, state, or local regulatory
agencies and must be followed accordingly. Please refer
to the cleaning section of this manual for the proper
procedure to clean this machine.
CAUTION! This machine is designed to
maintain product temperature under 41°F (5C). Any
product being added to this machine must be below 41F
(5C). Failure to follow this instruction may result in
health hazards and poor machine performance.
Important! Do not draw product during the Heat cycle
because of high product temperatures.
WARNING! This machine has many sharp
edges that can cause severe injuries.
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DO NOT put objects or fingers near the shaver
or the pitcher blades.
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USE EXTREME CAUTION when removing
blades that are very sharp.
Failure to follow this instruction may result in
contaminated product or personal injury from blade
contact.
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DANGER! Some consumers are highly allergic
to strawberries. In some severe cases, allergic reactions
to strawberries can cause death.
When blending natural strawberry products, make sure
excess product is removed from the pitcher to eliminate
product carryover.
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Safety
SAFETY
Do not obstruct air intake and discharge openings:
6 in. (152 mm) minimum airspace on all sides. Failure to
follow this instruction may cause poor freezer
performance and damage to the machine.
For Indoor Use Only: This machine is designed to
operate indoors, under normal ambient temperatures of 
70°F to 75°F (21°C to 24°C). The machine has
successfully performed in high ambient temperatures of
up to 104°F (40°C) at reduced capacities.
Do not run the machine without product. Failure to follow
this instruction can result in damage to the machine.
NOISE LEVEL: Airborne noise emission does not
exceed 78 dB(A) when measured at a distance of 
39 in. (1.0 m) from the surface of the machine and at a
height of 63 in. (1.6 m) from the floor.
3
Safety
PH61 Peristaltic Pump8
3-3
SAFETY
Notes:
3
3-4
PH61 Peristaltic Pump8
Safety
Operator Parts Identification
Section 4
Model PH61
1
4
5
24
2
23
3
25
22
6
4
21
20
7
19
18
8
17
9
10
11
16
15
13 12
14
Figure 4-1
Operator Parts Identification
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
4-1
OPERATOR PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Model PH61 Parts Identification List
Item
4
Description
Part No.
Item
Description
Part No.
1
Kit A.-Cover-Hopper
X65369
13
Fastener-Clip 1/4-20 U
045865
2
Agitator
X44797
14
Caster-4" SWV 5/8 Stem w/Brake
034081
3
Pump A.-Mix Simplified Shake
X57028-14
15
Door A.-Syrup Cabinet
X45325
4
Pan-Drip-HT
048204
16
Tray-Drip 14-7/8L x 5-1/8 SG
013690
5
Panel-Rear
048203
17
Shield-Splash - 15"L
022763
6
Guide A.-Drip Pan-Mix Pump
X48228
18
Pan A.-Drip
X28142
7
Panel-Side-Upper-Right
056013
19
Panel A.-Lower Side
8
Trim-Rear Corner Right
045517
20
Panel A.-Front
X55436
*
Trim-Rear Corner Left
045516
21
Decal-DEC
052280
9
Adaptor A.-Caster
X18915
22
Panel-Side-Upper-Left
056012
10
Caster-SWV 5/8 Stem - 4” Wheel
018794
23
Washer-Plastic Pivot
013808
11
Panel-Lower·Side·Right
034680
24
Screw-10-24x1/2 Torx Trus
002077
12
Screw-1/4-20x3/8·RHM-SS
011694
25
Pin-Retaining-Hopper Cover
043934
X24397-SER
*Not Shown
4-2
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
Operator Parts Identification
OPERATOR PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Beater and Door Assembly
2
1
17
10
3
5
6
4
7
4
19
8
9
18
18b
20
18a
11
12
13
14
15
16
Figure 4-2
Operator Parts Identification
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
4-3
OPERATOR PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Beater and Door Assembly Parts Identification List

Item
4
Description
Part No.
Item
Description
Part No.
1
Shaft-Beater*7QT Fluted
050985
13
Seal-Spinner Shaft
036053
2
Blade-Scraper-FCB 16L
041103
14
Spinner
034054
3
Seal-Driveshaft
032560
15
Blade A.-Spinner
X41895
4
Bearing-Door-Front 1.390
055605
16
Cap-Restrictor
033107
5
O-ring-6 IN ODX5 3/4 IDX 1/8
033493
17
Beater A.-7QT-Fluted
X50958
6
Door-1SPT 4FLV HT TTS
X55937-SER
18
Kit A.-Syrup Plug Kit TTS
X58474
7
Nut-Stud
034034
18a
Plug-Syrup Port TTS
053867
8
O-ring-5/16 OD x .070W
016272
18b
O-ring-11MM ID x 2MM W Green
053890
9
Pin A.-Pivot
X22820
*18c
Tool-Seal Install-Remove
035460
10
Handle-Draw Valve
034003
19
Retainer-Valve Pin *TTS*
054690
11
Valve A.-Draw-Aluminum
X42210
20
Retainer-Syrup Valve *TTS* Metal
054554
12
O-ring-1-1/16 OD x.139W
020571
4-4
*Not Shown
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
Operator Parts Identification
OPERATOR PARTS IDENTIFICATION
X57028-XX Pump A. - Mix Simplified
7
9
4
6
11
12
3
10d
14
10c
2
10b
5
8
10a
10
4
13
8
4
1
Figure 4-3
Item
Description
Part No.
Item
Description
Part No.
1–7
Pump A.-Mix Simplified Shake
X57028-14
10
Shaft A.-Drive-Mix Pump- Hopper
X41947
1
Cylinder-Pump Hopper Shake
057944
10a
Crank-Drive-Hopper Mix Pump
039235
2
Pin-Retaining
X55450
10b
Shaft-Drive-Mix Pump-Hopper
041948
3
Piston-Pump-Simplified
053526
10c
O-ring-PKG *25 to Bag*
048632
4
O-ring-PKG *50 to Bag*
020051
10d
O-ring-PKG *25 to Bag*
008904
5
Cap-Valve Body Shake
056873-14
11
Clip-Retainer-Mix Pump
044641
6
Gasket-Simplified Pump Valve
053527
12
Tube A.-Feed-Hopper- Shake
X56522
7
Adaptor-Mix Inlet-Shake- Blue
054944
13
Ring-Check-Feed-Tube
056524
8
O-ring-PKG *50 to Bag*
016132-SER
14
Sleeve A.-Mix Pump
X44761
9
Pin-Cotter-Hairpin-1/8DIA
Operator Parts Identification
044731
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
4-5
OPERATOR PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Accessories
HP
Apply the appropriate
Taylor approved food safe lubricant.
2
1
3
4
4
5
6
7
Figure 4-4
Item
Description
Part No.
Item
Description
Part No.
*8
Kit A.-Parts Tray Simp Pump
(Consists of 044118 and 056525)
X58447
*9
Kit A.-Tune Up SMP Pump
*10
Kit A.-Retainer Holder
X54560
*11
Tube A.-Pump-Peristaltic
X81509
*12
Kit A.-Syrup Plug Kit TTS
X58474
*13
Brush A.-Package-HT
X44127
*14
Sanitizer-Stera Sheen - Green
055492
1
Tool-Seal Install- Remove
035460
2
Lubricant-Taylor Hi-Perf
048232
3
Pail-10 Qt.
013163
4
Bottle-Wash-Plastic
044818
5
Tool-Shaft-Drive-Pump
047919
6
Tool-Mix Pump Shaft Removal
057167
7
Tool-O-ring Removal
048260VWHT
X49463-64
*Not Shown
4-6
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
Operator Parts Identification
OPERATOR PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Syrup Valve
3
3b
1
3a
3c
2
3d
6
4
4
5
7
8
Figure 4-5
Item
1–6
Description
Valve-Syrup
Part No.
Item
Description
053874
4
O-ring-11 MM x 2MM
Part No.
053890
1
Cap-Syrup Valve
053874-001
5
Fitting-Syrup Valve
053874-004
2
Spring-Syrup Valve
053874-003
6
Body-Syrup Valve
053874-005
3
Plunger-Syrup Valve w/Seals
053874-009
7
Ferrule- .625 ID Brass
3a
O-ring-Syrup Valve Plunger L
053874-007
8
Tube-Twinned Syrup
3b
Plunger-Syrup
053874-002
*
Kit A.-Repair Valve
3c
O-ring-Syrup Valve Plunger S
053874-006
3d
Seal-Syrup Valve Plunger
053874-008
Operator Parts Identification
053036
054580-86
054595
*Not Shown
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
4-7
OPERATOR PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Brush A.-Package-HT X44127
1
2
3
4
5
4
7
6
8
9
Figure 4-6
Item
4-8
Description
Part No.
Item
5
Brush-1/2" DIA
033059
6
Brush-Set LVB
050103
7
Brush-End-Door-Spout
039719
8
Brush-Mix Pump Body- 3" x 7"
023316
9
Brush-Pump Spout
054068
1
Brush-Rear BRG 
1"D x 2"LG x 14
013071
2
Brush-Double End
013072
3
Brush-Draw Valve 
1"OD x 2"x17"
013073
4
Brush-Draw Valve 
1-1/2"OD x 3"
014753
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
Description
Part No.
Operator Parts Identification
Section 5
User Interface
2
4
3
5
1
Figure 5-1
Table 5-1
Item
= WASH
Description
1
Power Switch
2
Indicator Lights
3
Flavor Selector Keypad
4
Liquid Crystal Display
5
Keypads
5
= PUMP
= AUTO
=MENU
Symbol Definitions
To better communicate in the international arena, the
words on many of our operator switches and buttons
have symbols to indicate their functions. Your Taylor
machine is designed with these international symbols.
The following chart identifies the symbol definitions used
on the operator switches.
=MIX LOW
=MIX OUT
=HEAT MODE
=CLEAN MANUALLY/BRUSH-CLEAN
= OFF
= CHOCOLATE
= POWER
= STRAWBERRY
=ON
= VANILLA
= CALIBRATE
= OPTIONAL
User Interface
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
5-1
USER INTERFACE
Power Switch
The power switch is under the control panel on the 
left-hand side of the machine. When placed in the ON
position, the power switch allows Softech™ panel
operation.
Liquid Crystal Display
The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) is on the front control
panel. The LCD shows what mode the freezer is
operating and whether or not there is sufficient mix.
When all four indicator lights are flashing, this signifies a
locked condition. Once a hard lock condition has been
remedied, two lights will remain flashing until the MIX
LOW and MIX OUT conditions have been satisfied.
During a soft lock condition, all four lights will stop
flashing once the machine has been placed in a Heat
cycle.
Reset Mechanism
Indicator Lights
MIX LOW—When the MIX LOW light begins to flash, the
mix hopper has a low supply of mix and should be refilled
as soon as possible. The word LOW will also display on
the LCD indicator next to the word MIX.
5
CLEAN MANUALLY—When the CLEAN MANUALLY
light is flashing, the machine must be disassembled and
brush-cleaned within 24 hours.
MIX OUT—When the MIX OUT light begins to flash, the
mix hopper has been almost completely exhausted and
has an insufficient supply of mix to operate the freezer.
The word OUT will also display on the LCD indicator next
to the word MIX. At this time, the Auto mode is locked out
and the freezer will be placed in the Standby mode. To
initiate the refrigeration system, add mix to the mix
hopper and press the AUTO key. The freezer will
automatically begin operation.
HEAT MODE—When the HEAT MODE light is flashing,
the freezer is in the process of a Heat cycle.
The RESET button is in the right-side panel. The reset
mechanism protects the beater motor from overloading.
Should an overload occur, the reset mechanism will trip.
To properly reset the freezer, place the power switch in
the OFF position. Press the RESET button firmly. Turn
the power switch to the ON position. Clear the fault.
Press the WASH key and observe the freezer's
performance. Open the side access panel to check if the
beater motor is turning the driveshaft in a clockwise (from
the operator end) direction without binding.
DANGER! DO NOT use metal objects to press
the RESET button. Failure to comply may result in severe
personal injury or death.
If the beater motor is turning properly, press the WASH
key to cancel the cycle. Press the AUTO key to resume
normal operation. If the machine shuts down again,
contact a Taylor service technician.
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PH61 Peristaltic Pump
User Interface
USER INTERFACE
Operating Screen Descriptions
When the machine is powered, the system will initialize.
The screen will display INITIALIZING. There are four
types of data the system will check: LANGUAGE,
SYSTEM DATA, CONFIG DATA, and LOCKOUT DATA.
During the INITIALIZING... LANGUAGE screen, the
alarm will be on. If the system data, configuration data, or
lockout history data has become corrupt, the following
screen will alert the operator that the system settings
may have been changed:
NVRAM FAULT
RESET TO DEFAULTS
PRESS SEL KEY
Once the system has initialized, the SAFETY TIMEOUT
screen is displayed and the alarm is turned on.
POWER SWITCH OFF
-=-=-=-=-=UNIT CLEANED
When the power switch is set in the ON position, the
system mode of operation screen is displayed. In this
example, the machine is ON but no mode of operation
has been selected. The second line of the display
indicates whether there is a sufficient supply of mix in the
hopper or if there is a LOW or OUT mix condition. The
third line of the display shows the temperature of the mix
hopper. After pressing the AUTO key, the last line of the
display shows the month and date (MM = month, 
DD = day) that the machine needs to be disassembled
and brush-cleaned.
MODE: OFF
SAFETY TIMEOUT
ANY KEY ABORTS
5
HOPPER TEMP: 35.5F
UNIT CLEANED
This screen will be displayed, with the alarm on, for 
60 seconds or until any key is pressed.
After the safety timeout has been completed and the
power switch is OFF, one of the following screens is
displayed.
The first screen is displayed if the machine is not in a
brush-clean state. If any of the requirements for a 
brush-clean have not been met, the time displayed will
remain at 5 minutes. When all the requirements for a
brush-cleaning are met and the 5 minutes expire, the
screen will change to the second screen, which is the
standard POWER SWITCH OFF screen.
The next display indicates the freezer is operating in two
different modes. The following information is given:
The machine is operating in the Wash and Pump modes,
the temperature of the mix hopper is 40°F (4.4°C), and
the machine needs to be brush-cleaned on October 31st.
MODE: WSH-PMP
HOPPER TEMP: 40.0 F
BRUSH CLEAN ON: 10/31
POWER SWITCH OFF
TIME: 4:40
HOPPER: 62.1
BARREL: 67.7
User Interface
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
5-3
USER INTERFACE
The following displays pertain to the Heat cycle:
While in the Heating phase, you will see this display. It
shows the present temperature of the hopper.
MODE: HEAT
PHASE: HEAT
HOPPER TEMP: 140.0 F
BRUSH CLEAN ON: MM/DD
When the entire Heat cycle has been completed, the
normal display will show the machine in the Standby
mode. The machine may now be placed in the Auto
mode or left in the Standby mode.
MODE: STANDBY
HOPPER TEMP: 41.0 F
BRUSH CLEAN ON: MM/DD
The mix temperature must be raised above 151°F
(66.1°C) within 90 minutes or the freezer will be locked in
Standby, and the cycle failure display will appear.
In the example, the hopper temperature is 140°F (60°C).
The phase shows that the machine is in the Heat phase
of the Heat Treatment cycle.
Hard Lock: There are two causes for a hard lock:
1. Fourteen days have elapsed since the last 
brush-cleaning. The following screen will be
displayed:
When the Heat phase is complete, the freezer goes into
the Hold phase of the cycle. The Hold phase will hold the
temperature above 151°F (66.1°C) for a minimum of 30
minutes.
5
14 DAY TIMEOUT
CLEANING REQ'D
FREEZER LOCKED
PRESS SEL KEY
In this example, the hopper temperature is 151°F
(66.1°C).
2. There has been a thermistor failure (freezing
cylinder, hopper, or glycol) during the Heat Treatment
process.
MODE: HEAT
PHASE: HOLD
HOPPER TEMP: 151.0 F
BRUSH CLEAN ON: MM/DD
The final phase of the Heat Treatment cycle is the Cool
phase. Now the freezer must cool the mix below 41°F
(5°C). If the product fails to cool in 2 hours, the freezer
will lock out.
This example illustrates that the temperature is being
lowered but has not yet reached the set point.
MODE: HEAT
PHASE: COOL
HOPPER TEMP: 55.0 F
BRUSH CLEAN ON: MM/DD
SYSTEM FAULT
SERVICE REQ'D
FREEZER LOCKED
PRESS SEL KEY
All four LEDs on the front of the freezer will light. Press
the SEL key.
The next display is the screen that appears after the
failure message. To comply with health codes, Heat
Treatment system freezers must complete a Heat
Treatment cycle daily and must also be brush-cleaned
every 14-days. Brush-cleaning includes the normal
disassembly and cleaning procedures. Failure to follow
these guidelines will cause the control to lock the freezer
out of the Auto mode. Press the WASH key.
The entire Heat Treatment cycle must be completed in 4
hours.
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PH61 Peristaltic Pump
User Interface
USER INTERFACE
If the following screen appears, a soft lock has occurred
during the Heat Treatment cycle:
NO AUTO OPERATION
ALLOWED UNTIL
BRUSH CLEANING
PRESS WASH KEY
HEAT TREAT CYCLE
FAILURE
FREEZER LOCKED
PRESS SEL KEY
The next display is the screen which will appear after the
BRUSH CLEANING message and illustrates that the
control is in the OFF mode and the machine needs to be
disassembled and brush-cleaned.
If the temperature of the product has not fallen below
41°F (5°C) by the end of the Cool cycle, the following
screen will appear:
MODE: OFF
HOPPER TEMP: 45.0 F
FREEZER LOCKED
PRODUCT OVER TEMP
FREEZER LOCKED
PRESS SEL KEY
Soft Lock: If a Heat Treatment cycle has not been
initiated within the last 24 hours, all four LEDs on the
front of the machine will light and a message will appear
on the LCD. Line 3 of the LCD will indicate the reason the
message appears. Following are the various messages
that appear on line 3:
1. POWER SWITCH OFF: Power switch was in the
OFF position.
2. MIX OUT PRESENT: There was a MIX OUT
condition.
3. AUTO OR STANDBY OFF: The machine was not in
the Auto or Standby mode.
Press the SEL key to advance to the next display.
When one of these messages appears, automatic freezer
operation cannot take place until the freezer is
disassembled and brush-cleaned or has completed a
Heat Treatment cycle. The next display will instruct the
operator to start a Heat Treatment cycle manually (by
pressing the AUTO key) or to disassemble and 
brush-clean the freezer. If the AUTO key is pressed, the
freezer will automatically start the Heat Treatment cycle
and only the Heat cycle LED will light.
4. NO HEAT CYCLE TRIED: A Heat Treatment cycle
was not attempted in the last 24 hours. AUTO HEAT
TIME was advanced, a power loss was experienced
at the time the cycle was to occur, or there was a
Heat cycle failure not due to a thermistor failure.)
NO HEAT TREAT START
BECAUSE
VARIABLE MESSAGE
PRESS SEL KEY
User Interface
NO AUTO OPERATION
ALLOWED. PRESS
AUTO FOR HEAT CYCLE
WASH TO BRUSH CLEAN
If the WASH key is pressed, the next display will appear
and the freezer will have to be disassembled and 
brush-cleaned.
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
5-5
5
USER INTERFACE
3. HPCO COMPRESSOR—Place the power switch in
the OFF position. Wait 5 minutes for the machine to
cool. Place the power switch in the ON position.
Clear the tone.
MODE: OFF
HOPPER TEMP: 41.0F
FREEZER LOCKED
4. COMP ON TOO LONG—Place the power switch in
the OFF position. Call a Taylor service technician.
Clear the tone.
Once the freezer is unlocked by starting a Heat
Treatment cycle, only the Heat cycle LED will light. If the
freezer is unlocked by brush-cleaning, the MIX LOW and
MIX OUT LEDs will light.
The OPERATOR MENU is used to enter the operator
function displays. To access the OPERATOR MENU,
simply press the MENU key. The cursor will flash over the
letter A, indicating that this is screen A. To select a
different screen, use the arrow keys to move the cursor
to the desired screen selection, and press the SEL key.
EXIT FROM MENU
<- - - - - ->
6. BARREL THERM BAD—Place the power switch in
the OFF position. Call a Taylor service technician.
7. GLYCOL THERM BAD—Place the power switch in
the OFF position. Call a Taylor service technician.
Operator Menu
5
5. HOPPER THERM BAD—Place the power switch in
the OFF position. Call a Taylor service technician.
8. HOPPER OVER TEMP—The hopper temperature
has risen too high as follows. Clear the tone.
a. The hopper temperature reaches 41°F (5°C) or
higher after a power failure.
b. The hopper temperature has not fallen below
41°F (5°C) by the end of the Cool phase in the
Heat cycle.
9. BARREL OVER TEMP—The barrel temperature has
risen too high as follows. Clear the tone.
OPERATOR MENU
ABCDEFGHIJK
a. The barrel temperature reaches 41°F (5°C) or
higher after a power failure.
SEL
Screen B is FAULT DESCRIPTION. The fault
description will indicate a fault with the machine and the
side of the machine where the fault occurred. To clear
the tone for any faults which have been corrected, press
the left arrow key. To see if there is more than one fault
per cylinder, press the SEL key. When the last fault is
displayed, the control will return to the OPERATOR
MENU. To return to the main screen, move the cursor to
A and press the SEL key again. Listed below are the
various messages which can appear:
b. The barrel temperature has not fallen below 41°F
(5°C) by the end of the Cool phase in the Heat
cycle.
10. POWER FAILURE—This message will appear in the
FAULT DESCRIPTION if a power failure has
occurred. Clear the tone.
FAULT DESCRIPTION
VARIABLE MESSAGE
CLR
SEL
1. NO FAULT FOUND—There was no fault found in the
machine. Nothing will appear on the screen after this
message appears.
2. BEATER OVERLOAD—Press the RESET button
firmly. Clear the tone.
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PH61 Peristaltic Pump
User Interface
USER INTERFACE
Screen C is SET CLOCK. This screen will display the
current date and time. The date and time may only be
changed after the machine has been manually 
brush-cleaned but before it has been placed in the Auto
mode. Move the cursor under the number you wish to
change. Press the +++ key to increase the number, or
the - - - key to decrease the number.
SET CLOCK
10:21 AM 11/07/2014
-<- - - - - -> +++
---
Pressing the SEL key while under ENABLE accepts the
selection and displays the following screen:
MAR
NOV
YES
SECOND
FIRST
NO
SUNDAY
SUNDAY
EXIT
___
To change the default date, move the cursor to NO and
press the SEL key. The following screen will display:
SEL
DST START MONTH
If an invalid date is entered, a second screen will appear.
When the SEL key is pressed, the previous LCD screen
will appear to allow correction of the entry. The controller
will not advance to the DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME screen
until a valid date is entered.
JFMAMJJASOND
MAR
<- - - - - ->
SEL
Use the arrow keys to select the desired month and
press the SEL key. The following screen will display:
SET CLOCK
10:34 AM 02/30/2014
-INVALID DATE
<- - - - - -> +++
---
SEL
5
DST START WEEK
1234L
When a valid date is entered and SEL key is pressed, the
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME screen will display.
SECOND SUNDAY
<- - - - - ->
SEL
Use the arrow keys to select the desired month and
press the SEL key. The following screen will display:
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
ENABLE DISABLE
------<- - - - - ->
SEL
DST END MONTH
JFMAMJJASOND
Pressing the arrow keys moves the cursor. Pressing the
SEL key while under DISABLE accepts the selection and
returns to the OPERATOR MENU.
User Interface
NOV
<- - - - - ->
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
SEL
5-7
USER INTERFACE
Use the arrow keys to select the desired week and press
the SEL key. The following screen will display:
DST END WEEK
1234L
FIRST SUNDAY
<- - - - - ->
Screen E is AUTO HEAT TIME. This screen is used to
set the time of day in which the machine will
automatically enter the Heat Treatment cycle. Pressing
the arrow keys moves the cursor, pressing the plus or
minus keys changes the selected digits, and pressing the
SEL key accepts the settings and returns to the
OPERATOR MENU.
SEL
Use the arrow keys to select the desired week and press
the SEL key. The screen will return to the OPERATOR
MENU.
AUTO HEAT TIME
TIME: 12:00 AM
-<- - - - - -> +++
---
SEL
Screen D is SYSTEM INFORMATION. The first screen
indicates the software version used in the machine.
SOFTWARE VERSION
PH61 CONTROL UVC2
VERSION XXX
SEL
Screen F is CURRENT CONDITIONS and SERVINGS
COUNTER. The first screen displays the current viscosity
of the product and the hopper and barrel temperatures.
The last line of the display is the compressor countdown
safety timer. The safety timer prevents the compressor
from running more than 11 minutes (other than during the
Cooling phase of the Heat Treatment cycle).
5
Pressing the SEL key a second time will display the
Language screen.
Language
V1.14roo
HOPPER
38.5
TIME C
11:00
BARREL
28.5
11:00
English 539
SEL
Pressing the SEL key a third time displays the bill of
material (B.O.M.) number and serial number for the
machine. Pressing the SEL key from this screen returns
the display to the OPERATOR MENU.
B.O.M.
S/N
VISC
3800
Press the SEL key once to view the SERVINGS
COUNTER screen. This screen indicates the number of
times the draw switch has closed (number of draws)
since the last brush-cleaning or since the last serving
counter reset. Pressing the SEL key returns the screen to
the OPERATOR MENU.
SERVINGS COUNTER
DRAWS
12
PH6158FAGS
K0000000
SEL
SEL
Note: Draws are counted during the Auto mode of
operation only.
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PH61 Peristaltic Pump
User Interface
USER INTERFACE
Screen G is HEAT CYCLE DATA. The information from
the previous Heat Treatment cycles can be obtained
through this screen. The most recent Heat Treatment
cycle data will be shown first. Press the plus key to scroll
through the remaining Heat cycle displays. If a Heat
Treatment cycle failure should occur, a two-character
message will appear on the second line of the screen.
Press the SEL key to return to the OPERATOR MENU.
Listed below are the various messages which could
appear:
HT
CL
TT
TH
ML
MO
BO
HO
PF
Heat time too long
Cool time too long
Failure in meeting total Heat Treatment
cycle time requirement
Failed thermistor probe
MIX LOW condition
MIX OUT condition
Beater overload
High-pressure cut-out
Power failure
OP
PS
RC
Note: If a power failure occurs but the
Heat Treatment cycle does not fail, an
asterisk (*) will appear on the third line of the
display.
Operator interruption
Power switch in the OFF position
Heat cycle record cleared
00/00
HEAT
01:09
TEMP AT END
00:00
OVER
00:45
00:00
COOL
01:14
38.5
PHASE TIME: 1:20
BARREL
134.5
Screen H is the LOCKOUT HISTORY. This screen
displays a history of the last 40 hard locks, soft locks, and
brush-clean dates. Page numbers are indicated in the
upper right-hand corner. Page 1 contains the most recent
failure. Press the plus key to cycle through the pages.
The second line of the screen displays the date and time
a failure occurred. The third line indicates the reason for
a failure or will indicate that a successful brush-cleaning
has occurred. Some failures occur for multiple reasons.
When this happens, a page will be generated for each
reason. Press the SEL key to return to the OPERATOR
MENU.
LOCKOUT HISTORY
11/21/14
02:08
SOFTLOCK ABORT
+++
XX
1
Pressing the left arrow key on any HEAT CYCLE DATA
screen will cause the extended data screen to be
displayed. This screen shows the hopper, barrel, and
glycol temperatures, and the amount of time the machine
spent in the phases of the Heat cycle when the Heat
cycle completed or was terminated.
HOPPER
151.0
Pressing the SEL key returns the display to the
OPERATOR MENU.
GLYCOL
178.0
1
---
SEL
Screen I is the AUTO START TIME. This screen allows
the operator to enable or disable AUTO START TIME. If
enabled, the operator sets the time at which the machine
will automatically enter Auto mode from Standby mode.
The machine will only enter Auto mode under the
following conditions: If the programmed Auto Start Time
has been reached, the machine is in Standby, no soft lock
or hard lock conditions exist, and the Auto Start Time
feature has been enabled.
Use the arrow keys to move the cursor left or right. Use
the plus and minus keys to change the time setting.
Press the SEL key to save the selection and return to the
OPERATOR MENU.
Screen J is the SERVICE MENU. This screen can only
be accessed by a service technician.
Screen K is the STANDBY MODE. This option allows
the operator to manually place the machine into Standby.
Pressing the SEL key with the cursor under YES places
the machine in Standby mode and returns to the
OPERATOR MENU.
STANDBY MODE
STANDBY
<- - - - - ->
User Interface
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YES
NO
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SEL
5-9
5
USER INTERFACE
Notes:
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5-10
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User Interface
Operating Procedures
Section 6
Machine Setup
With the parts tray available:
Evaluate the condition of lights and screen messages
(HARD LOCK or SOFT LOCK, etc.) before performing
opening procedures. If all four LEDs on the front of the
machine are lit, the machine is locked. (See Figure 6-1.)
1. Before installing the shake beater driveshaft,
lubricate the groove on the beater driveshaft. Slide
the beater driveshaft boot seal over the small end of
the beater driveshaft and engage into the groove on
the shaft. Heavily lubricate the inside portion of the
boot seal, and also lubricate the flat end of the boot
seal that comes in contact with the rear shell bearing.
Apply an even coat of lubricant to the shaft. Do not
lubricate the square end. (See Figure 6-2.)
Note: When lubricating parts, use an approved 
food-grade lubricant (example: Taylor Lube HP).
HP
Apply the appropriate
Taylor approved food safe lubricant.
Figure 6-1
We begin our instructions at the point when we enter the
store in the morning and find the parts disassembled and
laid out to air-dry from the previous night's cleaning.
These opening procedures will show you how to
assemble these parts into the freezer, sanitize them, and
prime the freezer with fresh mix in preparation to serve
your first portion.
If you are disassembling the machine for the first time or
need information to get to the starting point in our
instructions, turn to the Closing Procedures on 
page 6-17 and start there.
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Figure 6-2
Note: To ensure that the mix does not leak out of
the back of the freezing cylinder, the middle section
of the boot seal should be convex or extend out from
the seal. If the middle section of the boot seal is 
concave or extending into the middle of the seal, turn
the seal inside out. (See Figure 6-3.)
Freezing Cylinder Assembly
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WARNING! Make sure the power switch is in
the OFF position. Failure to follow this instruction may
result in severe personal injury from hazardous moving
parts.
Figure 6-3
Operating Procedures
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
2. Install the beater driveshaft through the rear shell
bearing in the freezing cylinder and engage the
square end firmly into the driveshaft coupling. Make
sure the driveshaft fits into the drive coupling without
binding. (See Figure 6-4.)
5. Hold the blades on the beater assembly. Insert the
back of the beater assembly into the freezing cylinder
and connect the drive hole with the driveshaft. 
(See Figure 6-6.)
Figure 6-4
Figure 6-6
3. Check scraper blades for any nicks or signs of wear.
If any nicks are present, replace the blades.
Note: When properly seated, the beater will not
protrude beyond the front of the freezing cylinder.
Note: Scraper blades should be replaced every 
6 months.
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4. If blades are in good condition, place each scraper
blade over the holding pins on the beater assembly.
(See Figure 6-5.)
6. Place the freezer door O-ring into the groove on the
back of the freezer door. Do not lubricate the 
O-ring. Lubricate the outside diameter of the front
bearing. Slide the front bearing into the door hub.
(See Figure 6-7.)
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Figure 6-7
Figure 6-5
Note: The holes in the scraper blade must fit over
the pins to prevent damage.
6-2
7. Install the freezer door. Position the freezer door on
the four studs on the front of the freezing cylinder.
Install the handscrews. Tighten equally in a
crisscross pattern to ensure the door is snug. Do not
overtighten. (See Figure 6-8.)
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Operating Procedures
OPERATING PROCEDURES
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Figure 6-8
Figure 6-10
8. Assemble the draw-valve spinner assembly. Inspect
draw-valve O-rings for cuts or nicks. (Replace if cut
or nicked.) If draw-valve O-rings are in good
condition, slide the two O-rings into the grooves of
the draw valve and lubricate. (See Figure 6-9.)
10. Lubricate the smaller end of the driven spinner. 
(See Figure 6-11.)
HP
Apply the appropriate
Taylor approved food safe lubricant.
HP
Apply the appropriate
Taylor approved food safe lubricant.
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Figure 6-11
11. Squeezing the split end together, insert the driven
spinner through the metal opening of the draw valve
until it snaps into place. (See Figure 6-12.)
Figure 6-9
9. Lubricate the outer diameter of the spinner shaft seal.
Fill the cups on each end of the seal with lubricant.
Insert the spinner shaft seal into the bottom of the
draw valve as far as it will go. The spinner shaft seal
should fit into the seal groove inside the draw valve
cavity.
Important! Inspect to see that the spinner shaft seal
is correctly installed in the groove. A worn, missing,
or improperly installed spinner shaft seal will cause
product leakage out the top of the draw valve. (See
Figure 6-10.)
Figure 6-12
Operating Procedures
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
6-3
OPERATING PROCEDURES
12. Lubricate the inside of the freezer door spout, top
and bottom. (See Figure 6-13.)
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15. With the stopping tab of the draw handle facing
down, slide the fork of the draw handle into the slot of
the draw valve. Secure the draw handle with the pivot
pin. (See Figure 6-16.)
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HP
Apply the appropriate
Taylor approved food safe lubricant.
Figure 6-13
13. Insert the draw-valve spinner assembly from the
bottom until the slot in the draw valve, which accepts
the draw handle, comes into view. (See Figure 6-14.)
Figure 6-16
16. Lubricate the shaft of the spinner blade up to the
groove. (See Figure 6-17.)
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HP
Apply the appropriate
Taylor approved food safe lubricant.
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Figure 6-14
Figure 6-17
14. Install and lubricate the pivot pin O-ring. 
(See Figure 6-15.)
HP
Apply the appropriate
Taylor approved food safe lubricant.
Figure 6-15
6-4
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Operating Procedures
OPERATING PROCEDURES
17. Insert the spinner blade shaft from the bottom, into
the center of the driven spinner, and up through the
draw valve cavity until the shaft appears at the top of
the draw valve. The spinner blade must be aligned
and engaged with the driven spinner at the bottom.
This allows the spinner shaft to rise high enough to
engage the spinner coupling at the top. 
(See Figure 6-18.)
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Figure 6-20
20. Insert the syrup-valve retainers and push them down.
Install the syrup-valve pin retainer. (See Figure 6-21.)
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Figure 6-18
18. Raise the locking collar of the spinner coupling and
insert the spinner shaft into the cavity of the coupling
until the locking collar can drop into the locked
position. (See Figure 6-19.)
6
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Figure 6-21
21. Slide the long drip pan into the hole in the front panel.
22. Slide the short drip pan into the hole in the rear panel.
23. Install the front drip tray and splash shield under the
door spout. (See Figure 6-22.)
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Figure 6-19
19. Snap the restrictor cap over the end of the 
door spout. (See Figure 6-20.)
Figure 6-22
Mix Hopper Assembly
Operating Procedures
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
6-5
OPERATING PROCEDURES
With the parts trays available:
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1. Inspect the rubber pump parts. The O-rings and
gasket must be in 100% good condition for the pump
and entire machine to operate properly. The O-rings
and gasket cannot properly function if nicks, cuts, or
holes in the material are present. Replace any
defective parts immediately and discard the old.
2. Assemble the piston. Slide the red O-ring into the
groove of the piston. Do not lubricate the O-ring.
(See Figure 6-23.)
Figure 6-25
5. Assemble the valve cap. Slide the red O-ring into the
groove of the valve cap. Do not lubricate the O-ring.
(See Figure 6-26.)
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Figure 6-23
6
3. Apply a thin layer of lubricant to the inside of the
pump cylinder at the retaining pin hole end. 
(See Figure 6-24.)
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Figure 6-26
6. Slide the pump valve gasket into the holes on the
cap. Do not lubricate the gasket. 
(See Figure 6-27.)
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Figure 6-24
4. Insert the piston into the retaining pin hole end of the
pump cylinder. (See Figure 6-25.)
Figure 6-27
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Operating Procedures
OPERATING PROCEDURES
7. Insert the valve cap into the hole in the mix inlet
adaptor. (See Figure 6-28.)
Note: The head of the retaining pin should be at the
top of the pump when installed.
10. Assemble the feed tube assembly. Slide the check
ring into the groove of the feed tube.
(See Figure 6-31.)
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Figure 6-28
8. Insert the mix inlet assembly into the pump cylinder.
(See Figure 6-29.)
Figure 6-31
11. Install one red O-ring on each end of the mix feed
tube and thoroughly lubricate. (See Figure 6-32.)
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6
HP
Apply the appropriate
Taylor approved food safe lubricant.
Figure 6-29
Note: The adaptor must be positioned into the notch
at the end of the pump cylinder.
9. Secure the pump parts in position by sliding the
retaining pin through the cross holes at one end of
the pump cylinder. (See Figure 6-30.)
Figure 6-32
12. Lay the pump assembly, pump clip, feed tube, cotter
pin, and agitator in the bottom of the mix hopper for
sanitizing. (See Figure 6-33.)
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Figure 6-30
Operating Procedures
Figure 6-33
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
6-7
OPERATING PROCEDURES
13. Slide the large black O-ring and the two smaller black
O-rings into the grooves on the driveshaft.
Thoroughly lubricate the O-rings and shaft. Do not
lubricate the hex end of the shaft. (See Figure 6-34.)
HP
Apply the appropriate
Taylor approved food safe lubricant.
Note: You have just sanitized the mix hopper and parts.
Therefore, make sure your hands are clean and sanitized
before going on in these instructions.
3. Using the white hopper brush, clean the mix-level
sensing probes, mix hopper, mix inlet hole, outside of
the agitator driveshaft housing, agitator, air/mix
pump, pump clip, mix feed tube, and cotter pin.
4. Install the air/mix pump assembly at the rear of the
mix hopper. To position the pump on the drive hub,
align the drive slot in the piston with the drive crank of
the driveshaft. Secure the pump in place by slipping
the pump clip over the collar of the pump, making
sure the clip fits into the grooves in the collar. 
(See Figure 6-36.)
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Figure 6-34
14. Install the hex end of the driveshaft into the drive hub
at the rear wall of the mix hopper. (See Figure 6-35.)
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Figure 6-36
Important! Install the pump end of the mix feed tube and
secure with the cotter pin. Failure to follow this instruction
could result in sanitizer spraying on the operator.
5. Prepare another 2.5 gal. (9.5 L) pail of the cleaning/
sanitizing solution.
Figure 6-35
Note: For ease in installing the pump, put the ball
crank of the driveshaft in the 3 o'clock position.
6. Pour the solution into the mix hopper until it is within
1 in. (25 mm) of the top of the hopper.
7. Using the white hopper brush, scrub the exposed
sides of the hopper.
Sanitizing
1. Prepare a 2.5 gal. (9.5 L) pail of cleaning/sanitizing
solution with an active chlorine concentrate of 100 to
200 ppm (parts per million) approved for use by your
company. Use warm water and follow the cleaning/
sanitizing solution manufacturer's specifications.
8. Place the power switch in the ON position.
2. Pour the solution over all parts in the bottom of the
mix hopper and allow it to flow into the freezing
cylinder.
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Operating Procedures
OPERATING PROCEDURES
9. Press the WASH key. This will cause the cleaning/
sanitizing solution in the freezing cylinder to contact
all areas of the freezing cylinder. Allow the solution to
agitate for 5 minutes. (See Figure 6-37.)
14. Place the agitator on the agitator driveshaft housing.
(See Figure 6-39.)
.
Figure 6-39
Figure 6-37
10. With a pail beneath the door spout, open and close
the draw valve six times.
11. Press the PUMP key to sanitize the inside of the 
air/mix pump.
12. Open the draw valve and draw off all the remaining
cleaning/sanitizing solution.
13. Press the WASH and PUMP keys to stop the Wash
and Pump modes. Close the draw valve. 
(See Figure 6-38.)
Note: If the agitator paddle should stop turning
during normal operation, with sanitized hands,
remove the agitator from the agitator driveshaft 
housing and brush-clean with sanitizing solution.
Install the agitator back onto the agitator driveshaft
housing.
15. Remove the restrictor cap.
16. Return to the machine with a small amount of
sanitizing solution. With a pail below the door spout,
dip the door-spout brush into the sanitizing solution
and brush-clean the syrup ports in the freezer door, 
door spout, bottom of the driven spinner, spinner
blade, and syrup line fittings. To ensure sanitary
conditions are maintained, brush-clean each item for
60 seconds, repeatedly dipping the brush in
sanitizing solution.
17. With the syrup-port brush, brush each syrup-port
hole 10 to 15 times. Dip the brush in sanitizing
solution before brushing each port.
Figure 6-38
Important! Make sure your hands are clean and 
sanitized before going on in these instructions.
Operating Procedures
18. Fill the squeeze bottle with cleaning/sanitizing
solution. With a pail beneath the door, insert the tube
end of the squeeze bottle into the syrup port and
squeeze the bottle firmly. This action will force
solution out of the adjacent port and down around the
spinner. This procedure should be performed for at
least 10 seconds per port.
19. Install the syrup valves and the restrictor cap.
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6
OPERATING PROCEDURES
Priming
4. Press the AUTO key. (See Figure 6-42.)
Note: Evaluate the condition of LEDs (lights) and
screen messages before performing priming
procedures. If all four LEDs are flashing, the machine
is locked.
1. With a mix pail beneath the door spout, open the
draw valve. Pour 2-1/2 gal. (9.5 L) of fresh mix into
the mix hopper and allow it to flow into the freezing
cylinder. This will force out any remaining cleaning/
sanitizing solution. When only mix is flowing from the
door spout, close the draw valve.
2. When mix stops bubbling down into the freezing
cylinder, remove the cotter pin from the outlet fitting
of the mix pump. Remove the mix feed tube. Insert
the outlet end of the mix feed tube into the mix inlet
hole in the mix hopper. Place the inlet end of the mix
feed tube into the outlet fitting of the mix pump.
Secure with the cotter pin. (See Figure 6-40.)
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Figure 6-42
5. Fill the hopper with fresh mix and place the mix
hopper cover in position.
Use only fresh mix when priming the freezer.
Important! When drawing product, allow the draw
handle to close automatically. Manually closing the
draw handle will damage the syrup valve and cause
serious syrup flavor carryover.
Daily Closing Procedures
This procedure must be done at the close of
business.
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Important! The level of mix in the mix hopper must be
above the Mix Low probe. (The MIX LOW light must not
be ON.)
Figure 6-40
3. Install the shake cup holder. (See Figure 6-41.)
Note: If the CLEAN MANUALLY light is flashing, do
not add mix. The machine must be disassembled and 
brush-cleaned within 24 hours.
The machine must be in the Auto or Standby mode
before the Heat cycle may be started. 
(See Figure 6-43.)
MODE:
MIX:
HOPPER
BRUSH CLEAN ON:
AUTO
OK
40.0F
MM/DD
Figure 6-43
Figure 6-41
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PH61 Peristaltic Pump
Operating Procedures
OPERATING PROCEDURES
1. Prepare the three-compartment sink for washing,
rinsing, and sanitizing. Fill the first sink with an
approved cleaning solution, the second sink with
cool, clean water, and the third sink with a 
cleaning/sanitizing solution with an active chlorine
concentrate of 100 ppm to 200 ppm. Use warm water
and follow the cleaning/sanitizing solution
manufacturer's specifications.
2. Remove the hopper cover, shake cup holder, front
drip tray, splash shield, and all three drip pans (two
from the rear panel and one from the front panel).
Important! If you do not install the agitator correctly, the
machine will fail the Heat cycle and will lock out in the
morning.
8. Remove the syrup lines from the freezer door.
9. Return to the machine with a small amount of 
cleaning/sanitizing solution. With a pail below the
door spout, dip the door-spout brush into the cleaning
solution. Brush-clean the syrup ports in the freezer
door, door spout, bottom of the driven spinner,
spinner blade, and syrup line fittings. 
(See Figure 6-45.)
Important! Make sure your hands are clean and 
sanitized before performing these next steps.
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Note: Pressing the CAL key will stop agitator
movement for 10 seconds. The agitator will automatically
restart after 10 seconds.
3. Remove the agitator from the mix hopper, and the
restrictor cap from the freezer door spout.
4. Take the agitator, hopper cover, shake cup holder,
drip pans, front drip tray, splash shield, restrictor cap,
syrup-hole plugs, spout cap, and spout cap O-ring to
the three-compartment sink.
5. Wash, rinse, and sanitize the parts in the 
three-compartment sink. If required by your local
code, rinse with clean water after sanitizing.
Figure 6-45
6. Place the restrictor cap, front drip tray, shake cup
holder, and splash shield on a clean, dry surface to
air-dry overnight or until the Heating cycle is
complete.
7. Install the agitator back onto the agitator driveshaft
housing. Replace the hopper cover. 
(See Figure 6-44.)
Note: To ensure sanitary conditions are maintained,
brush each item for 60 seconds, repeatedly dipping
the brush in cleaning solution.
10. With the syrup-port brush, brush each syrup-port
hole 10 to 15 times. Dip the brush in the cleaning
solution before brushing each port. 
(See Figure 6-46.)
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Figure 6-46
Figure 6-44
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6
OPERATING PROCEDURES
11. With sanitized hands, remove the syrup valve pin
retainer and the syrup valve retainers. Brush-clean
the empty orifices. Replace the syrup valve retainers
and install the syrup valve pin retainer.
14. Install the syrup-hole plugs in the syrup ports in the
freezer door. (See Figure 6-49.)
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12. Fill the squeeze bottle with cleaning/sanitizing
solution. With a pail beneath the door, insert the tube
end of the squeeze bottle into the syrup valve
retainer holes and the syrup port. Squeeze the bottle
firmly. This action will force solution out of the
adjacent port and down around the spinner. This
procedure should be performed for at least 
10 seconds per port. (See Figure 6-47.)
Figure 6-49
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15. Remove, clean, and re-install the long drip pan
through the front panel.
16. Install the short drip pan in the rear panel.
17. Use a clean, sanitized towel to wipe down the freezer
door and area around the bottom of the freezer door.
The Heat cycle will start when the clock on the
machine reaches the AUTO HEAT TIME set in the
OPERATOR MENU (see page 5-8).
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Figure 6-47
13. Place the spout cap O-ring in the spout cap. Fill the
spout cap with the cleaning/sanitizing solution. While
holding the draw valve closed, install the spout cap
over the end of the door spout. This will cause the
solution to backflow through the syrup ports.
(See Figure 6-48.)
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There are three phases of the Heat cycle: Heat, Hold,
and Cool. Each phase has a time limit. If any one of the
three phases fails to reach the proper temperatures
within the time limit, the cycle will automatically abort and
return to the Standby mode. The LCD will display the
message: HEAT TREAT CYCLE FAILURE - FREEZER
LOCKED - PRESS SEL KEY. The product may not be
safe to serve. The machine will be locked out (soft lock)
of the Auto mode. The operator will be given the option of
pressing the AUTO key, which will begin a new Heat
cycle, or pressing the WASH key, which will place the
machine in the OFF mode to allow a
brush-cleaning of the machine.
Note: Once the Heat cycle has started, it cannot be
interrupted. The Heat cycle will take a maximum of 
4 hours to complete with a full hopper.
Figure 6-48
WARNING! DO NOT attempt to draw product or
disassemble the machine during the Heat Treatment
cycle (if equipped). The product is hot and under extreme
pressure. Severe burns from hot product may result if this
instruction is not followed.
When the Heat cycle is complete, the control will return to
the Standby mode.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
Daily Opening Procedures
Evaluate the condition of LEDs (lights) and screen
messages (HARD LOCK or SOFT LOCK, etc.) before
performing opening procedures. As indicated in the
illustration below, four flashing LEDs, indicates a
LOCKED condition. (See Figure 6-50.)
5. Return to the machine with a small amount of
cleaning/sanitizing solution. With a pail below the
door spout, dip the door-spout brush in the solution. 
Brush-clean the syrup ports in the freezer door, 
door spout, bottom of the driven spinner, spinner
blade, and syrup line fittings. (See Figure 6-51.)
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Figure 6-51
Figure 6-50
Setup—Complete the Following
Important! Make sure your hands are clean and 
sanitized before performing these following steps.
1. When the Heat cycle is complete, the normal display
will show the machine in the Standby mode.
Note: To ensure sanitary conditions are maintained,
brush-clean each item for 60 seconds, repeatedly
dipping the brush in cleaning/sanitizing solution.
6. With the syrup-port brush, brush each syrup-port
hole 10 to 15 times. Dip the brush in solution before
brushing each port. (See Figure 6-52.)
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2. Prepare a small amount of a cleaning/sanitizing
solution with an active chlorine concentrate of 100 to
200 ppm. Use warm water and follow the cleaning/
sanitizing solution manufacturer's specifications.
3. Remove the syrup-hole plugs and spout cap with 
O-ring from the freezer door.
4. Sanitize the restrictor cap, syrup-hole plugs, spout
cap, O-ring, shake cup holder, front drip tray, and
splash shield in the cleaning/sanitizing solution.
Figure 6-52
Operating Procedures
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6
OPERATING PROCEDURES
7. Fill the squeeze bottle with cleaning/sanitizing
solution. With a pail beneath the door, insert the tube
end of the squeeze bottle into the syrup port.
Squeeze the bottle firmly. This will force solution out
of the adjacent port and down around the spinner.
This procedure should be performed for at least 10
seconds per port. (See Figure 6-53.)
11. Raise a syrup valve retainer. Install the syrup valve.
Push the syrup valve retainer down to hold the valve
in place. Repeat this procedure for each syrup valve.
(See Figure 6-55.)
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Figure 6-55
12. When ready to resume normal operation, press the
AUTO key. (See Figure 6-56.)
Figure 6-53
8. Install the restrictor cap on the freezer door spout.
(See Figure 6-54.)
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Figure 6-56
Note: This step should be performed approximately 15
minutes prior to serving product.
Figure 6-54
9. Use a clean, sanitized towel to wipe down the freezer
door and area around the bottom of the freezer door.
10. Install the shake cup holder.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
Syrup Calibration and Priming
Calibration Procedure
Syrup Calibration
1. Disconnect the syrup valve from the freezer door.
Raise the syrup valve retainer and pull the valve
straight out. (See Figure 6-58.)
Calibrating the syrup flow should be performed weekly
when the syrup system is cleaned. It is vital that the
correct amount of syrup be incorporated into the mix to
obtain a quality shake. To determine the rate of syrup
flow, you will need a calibration cup indicating fluid
ounces.
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If thin syrup is being used, the proper rate of syrup flow is
1 oz. (30 ml) of syrup in 5 seconds. If thick syrup is being
used, the proper rate of syrup flow is 1 oz. (30 ml) of
syrup in 7 seconds.
Once this rate is set, the correct amount of syrup will be
blended with the shake base regardless of the size of
shake served. Please note that syrup calibration is critical
when changing the promotional fourth flavor syrup.
(See Figure 6-57.)
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Figure 6-58
2. Hold an empty cup under the syrup valve. 
(See Figure 6-59.)
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Figure 6-59
Figure 6-57
3. Push the corresponding syrup flavor key. The light
should be illuminated. (See Figure 6-60.)
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Figure 6-60
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
4. Press the CAL (calibrate) key. A message will appear
on the LCD. Press the WASH key to start the pump
and to prime the syrup line. When a steady stream of
syrup is flowing into the cup, press the CAL key again
to stop the pump.
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5. Hold the small portion of the syrup calibration cup
under the syrup valve. (See Figure 6-61.)
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Figure 6-62
10. Repeat steps 5 through 7 until 1 oz. (30 ml) of syrup
is delivered
11. Repeat steps 1 through 8 for each syrup flavor.
12. Clean the calibration cup.
Figure 6-61
6. Press the CAL key. A message will appear on the
LCD.
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7. For machines using thin syrup: Press the AUTO
key to start the pump and dispense syrup for 5
seconds. For machines using thick syrup: Press
the AUTO key to start the pump and dispense syrup
for 7 seconds.
8. The pump will automatically stop. If the amount of
syrup delivered is 1 oz. (30 ml), the syrup pump is
properly calibrated.
9. If less than 1 oz. (30 ml) of syrup was delivered, turn
the corresponding syrup adjustment knob clockwise
to increase the syrup flow.
If more than 1 oz. (30 ml) of syrup was delivered, turn
the corresponding syrup adjustment knob
counterclockwise to decrease the syrup flow.
Note: The adjustment is very sensitive.
The syrup adjustment knobs are mounted at the top
of the syrup cabinet in the same order as the syrup
containers (chocolate, strawberry, vanilla and the
fourth flavor). (See Figure 6-62.)
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Note: Whenever a particular syrup line is not used,
the syrup-hole plug found in the spare parts kit must
be installed. Place the syrup-hole plug O-ring into the
groove of the syrup-hole plug and lubricate it.
Syrup Priming
The purpose of priming the syrup line is to eliminate any
air in the syrup delivery system. Each time a syrup
container is drained or replaced, prime the syrup system
until all the air has been removed and the syrup flow is
uniform.
1. Retrieve a full syrup container from the dry storage
area.
2. Shake the syrup container prior to opening it. Open
the full syrup container.
3. Pull the feed tube from the empty syrup container
and clean the outside of the feed tube with a clean,
sanitized towel.
4. Place the feed tube into the full syrup container and
replace the syrup container in the syrup cabinet.
5. Dispose of the empty syrup container.
6. Prime the syrup line by removing the syrup valve
from the machine and hold it over an empty cup.
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Operating Procedures
OPERATING PROCEDURES
7. Push the corresponding syrup flavor key. The light
should be illuminated. (See Figure 6-63.)
Closing Procedures
Important! This procedure must be completed every 2
weeks!
ALWAYS FOLLOW LOCAL HEALTH CODES.
To disassemble the PH61, the following items will be
needed:
•
Two cleaning and sanitizing pails
•
Cleaning brushes (provided with machine)
•
Approved cleaning/sanitizing solution with
active chlorine concentrate of 100 to 200 ppm
•
Clean, sanitized towels
•
Parts trays
Figure 6-63
8. Press the CAL key. A message will appear on the
LCD.
Draining Product From the Freezing
9. Press the WASH key to start the pump and to prime
the syrup line.
10. When a steady stream of syrup is flowing from the
syrup valve, and all the air has been removed from
the syrup line, press the CAL key again to stop the
pump.
Cylinder
1. Cancel automatic operation by pressing the AUTO
key. (See Figure 6-65.)
Note: There is a black prime button mounted at the
top of the syrup cabinet (one per flavor), which
speeds up the priming process. After the WASH key
has been pressed, press and hold the corresponding
black prime button in the syrup cabinet until the syrup
flow out of the line is consistent and all air bubbles
have been removed from the line. (See Figure 6-64.)
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Figure 6-65
2. Remove the shake cup holder. Set it aside for
cleaning later with all parts.
3. Remove the hopper cover and agitator. Take these
parts to the sink to wash, rinse, and sanitize.
Figure 6-64
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
4. With a pail under the door spout, press the WASH
and PUMP keys. Open the draw valve and start to
drain the product from the freezing cylinder and mix
hopper. (See Figure 6-66.)
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Rinsing
1. Pour 2 gal. (7.6 L) of cool, clean water into the mix
hopper. With the white hopper brush, scrub the mix
hopper, mix-level sensing probes, and the outside of
the agitator driveshaft housing. Using the 
double-ended brush, brush-clean the mix inlet hole.
(See Figure 6-68.)
Figure 6-66
5. When the flow of product stops, press the WASH and
PUMP keys, canceling the Wash and Pump modes.
Close the draw valve. Discard this product. 
(See Figure 6-67.)
Figure 6-68
Note: Do not brush-clean the mix inlet hole while the
machine is in the Wash mode.
2. With a pail beneath the door spout, press the WASH
key. (See Figure 6-69.)
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Figure 6-67
6. Remove the locking clip, mix feed tube, pump clip,
and the assembled air/mix pump. Place the parts into
the parts tray.
7. Remove the syrup lines from the freezer door by
raising the syrup valve retainers and pulling the
valves straight out of the door.
Figure 6-69
3. Open the draw valve on the freezer door. Drain all the
rinse water from the door spout, close the draw
valve, and press the WASH key, canceling the Wash
cycle.
4. Repeat this procedure using clean, warm water until
the water being discharged is clear.
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Operating Procedures
OPERATING PROCEDURES
Cleaning and Sanitizing
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1. Prepare a 2.5 gal. (9.5 L) pail of a cleaning/sanitizing
solution with an active chlorine concentrate of 100 to
200 ppm approved for use by your company. Use
warm water and follow the cleaning/sanitizing
solution manufacturer's specifications.
2. Pour the solution into the hopper and allow it to flow
into the freezing cylinder.
3. Using the white hopper brush, clean the mix hopper,
mix-level sensing probes and the outside of the
agitator driveshaft housing. Using the double-ended
brush, clean the mix inlet hole.
Note: Do not brush-clean the mix inlet hole while
the machine is in the Wash mode.
Figure 6-70
6. Open the draw valve on the freezer door and draw off
all the solution.
In order for the control to recognize that the machine has
been brush-cleaned, the following criteria must be met:
•
All freezing cylinder and hopper temperatures
must be above 60°F (16°C).
•
The Mix Out and Mix Low probes must not be
satisfied.
•
The power switch must remain in the OFF
position for at least 5 minutes.
7. Once the cleaning solution stops flowing from the
door spout, close the draw valve and press the
WASH key, canceling the Wash mode.
Note: These criteria must be met simultaneously.
These criteria will be met when the machine is properly
brush-cleaned.
8. Prepare 2.5 gal. (9.5 L) of cleaning/sanitizing
solution.
The following screen is displayed if the machine is not in
a brush-clean state. (See Figure 6-71.) If any of the
requirements for a brush-clean have not been met, the
time displayed will remain at 5:00 minutes.
4. Press the WASH key. This will cause the cleaning
solution in the freezing cylinder to come in contact
with all areas of the freezing cylinder.
5. Place an empty pail beneath the door spout.
Repeat steps 2 through 7 with the sanitizing
solution.
Disassembly
Note: Failure to remove the parts specified below for
brush-cleaning and lubrication will damage the machine.
These parts must be removed every 14 days or the
machine will lock out and will not operate.
OUT
68.5
69.5
WARNING! Make sure the power switch is in
the OFF position. Failure to follow this instruction may
result in severe personal injury from hazardous moving
parts.
Operating Procedures
PH61 Peristaltic Pump
POWER SWITCH OFF
TIME: 4:40
HOPPER
BARREL
OUT
62.1
67.7
Figure 6-71
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
When all the requirements for a brush-cleaning are met
and the 5 minutes expire, the screen will change to the
second screen, which is the standard POWER SWITCH
OFF screen. (See Figure 6-72.)
6. Disassemble the draw valve spinner assembly.
Remove the driven spinner by grasping the draw
valve and pulling the driven spinner out. Remove the
spinner shaft seal.
Figure 6-72
When the power switch is set in the ON position, the
System Mode of Operation screen is displayed. In this
example, the machine is ON but no mode of operation
has been selected. The second line of the display
indicates whether there is a sufficient supply of mix in the
hopper or if there is a MIX LOW or MIX OUT condition.
The third line of the display shows the temperature of the
mix hopper. After pressing the AUTO key, the last line of
the display shows the month and date 
(MM = month, DD = day) that the machine needs to be
disassembled and brush-cleaned.(See Figure 6-73.)
STANDBY
OUT
40.0F
BRUSH CLEAN ON:
:MODE:
:MIX:
HOPPER
10/31
4. Remove the driveshaft seal from the driveshaft of the
beater assembly.
5. Remove the freezer door O-ring, front bearing, pivot
pin, draw handle, and draw valve spinner assembly.
Remove the O-ring from the pivot pin.
POWER SWITCH OFF
-=-=-=-=-=UNIT CLEANED
6
3. Remove the handscrews, freezer door, beater
assembly with driveshaft seal, and scraper blades
from the freezing cylinder.
WSH-PMP
LOW
40.0F
7. Remove the two O-rings from the draw valve.
Note: To remove O-rings, use a clean, sanitized
towel to grasp the O-ring. Apply pressure upward
until the O-ring pops out of its groove. With the other
hand, push the top of the O-ring forward and it will roll
out of the groove and can easily be removed. If there
is more than one O-ring to be removed, always
remove the rear O-ring first. This will allow the O-ring
to slide over the forward O-rings without falling into
the open grooves.
8. From the pump cylinder, remove the retaining pin,
valve cap, piston, and the feed tube. Remove all 
O-rings and the check ring.
9. Remove the pump driveshaft from the drive hub in
the rear wall of the mix hopper.
10. Remove the two small O-rings and one large O-ring
from the driveshaft.
Figure 6-73
Note: The MANUAL CLEAN LED will begin flashing 
24 hours prior to a 14-day lockout. The four mode
LEDs will return to their normal function when the
machine is unlocked.
Note: If the drip pans are filled with an excessive
amount of mix, it is an indication that the driveshaft
seal(s), or O-ring(s) should be replaced or properly
lubricated.
With the parts tray available for the shake side,
remove the following parts and place in the parts tray:
1. Remove the syrup lines from the syrup ports, and
remove the restrictor cap from the bottom of the door
spout.
2. Remove the spinner blade from the bottom of the
door spout by lifting up the locking collar on the
spinner coupling and pulling down the blade.
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Operating Procedures
OPERATING PROCEDURES
Brush-Cleaning
1. Prepare the three-compartment sink for washing,
rinsing, and sanitizing. Fill the first sink with an
approved cleaning solution, the second sink with
cool, clean water, and the third sink with a cleaning/
sanitizing solution with an active chlorine concentrate
of 100 to 200 ppm. Use warm water and follow the
cleaning/sanitizing solution manufacturer's
specifications.
6. Using the black brush, clean the drive hub opening in
the rear wall of the mix hopper. (See Figure 6-75.)
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Make sure all brushes provided with the freezer are
available for brush-cleaning.
2. Thoroughly wash all disassembled parts and the
parts trays, making sure all lubricant and mix film is
removed. Make sure to brush-clean all surfaces and
holes, especially the holes in the pump valve body
and the small syrup holes in the freezer door.
3. Rinse and sanitize all parts, one tray at a time,
including the tray.
Note: When sanitizer is used, it must always have a
minimum contact time of 5 minutes. Afterward, if
required by your local code, rinse with clean water.
4. Place disassembled parts on clean and sanitized
parts trays.
Figure 6-75
7. Using the double-end brush, brush-clean the syrup
line fittings.
8. Wipe all exterior surfaces of the machine with a
clean, sanitized towel.
Sanitizing the Syrup Lines
Important! The syrup lines must be sanitized weekly.
5. Return to the machine with a small amount of
cleaning/sanitizing solution. Using the black brush,
clean the rear shell bearings at the back of the
freezing cylinder. (See Figure 6-74.)
23009
1. Prepare a 2.5 gal. (9.5 L) pail of a cleaning/sanitizing
solution with an active chlorine concentrate of 100 to
200 ppm approved for use by your company. Use
warm water and follow the cleaning/sanitizing
solution manufacturer's specifications.
2. Remove the syrup feed tubes from the syrup
containers. Wipe the outside of the feed tubes with a
clean, sanitized towel.
3. Place the syrup feed tubes in the pail of solution. To
prevent contamination, cover the syrup containers
with plastic wrap.
4. Select a flavor from the control panel and remove the
corresponding syrup valve from the door. Place the
valve in a pail under the draw valve.
5. Press the CAL key on the control panel to enter the
Calibration mode.
Figure 6-74
6. Press the WASH key on the control panel to start the
flow of cleaning/sanitizing solution through the syrup
line.
7. Allow the solution to flow until all of the syrup is
flushed from the line.
8. Press the CAL key on the control panel to stop the
flow of solution.
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PH61 Peristaltic Pump
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
9. Disassemble the syrup valve. To remove the syrup
valve cap, push down and turn counterclockwise.
Push the valve plunger out of the syrup valve. 
(See Figure 6-76.)
16. Remove the syrup feed tubes from the pail of solution
and allow them to drain.
17. Replace all of the syrup feed tubes into the syrup
containers. Ensure syrup lines match their respective
flavors.
18. Select a flavor. Press the CAL key on top of the
control panel to enter the Calibration mode.
19. Press the WASH key on the control panel to start the
flow of syrup.
20. Allow the syrup to flow until all of the cleaning/
sanitizing solution is flushed from the line.
21. Press the CAL key on the control panel to stop the
flow of syrup.
22. Install the valve into the shake door.
23. Repeat steps 15 through 21 for all syrup flavors.
24. Clean the syrup cabinet interior with a clean,
sanitized towel. Spray resistant areas with 
cleaning/sanitizing solution.
Pump Tube Replacement
Note:
The pump tubes should be replaced annually.
Pump Tube Removal
1. Prepare a 2.5 gal. (9.5 L) pail of a cleaning/sanitizing
solution with an active chlorine concentrate of 100 to
200 ppm approved for use by your company. Use
warm water and follow the cleaning/sanitizing
solution manufacturer's specifications.
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Figure 6-76
10. Using a clean, sanitized towel, gently wipe any syrup
and lubricant from the plunger.
11. Using the white end of the double-ended brush,
scrub the inside of the syrup valve body and syrup
line to remove any residual particles.
12. Using a shake cup filled with cleaning/sanitizing
solution, rinse the syrup valve body thoroughly.
13. Lubricate the two O-rings on the plunger lightly with
Taylor Lube HP.
14. Re-install the plunger into the valve body and install
the cap and spring assembly. Push down on the cap
and turn it clockwise until it locks.
(Note: The cap will click when locked.)
15. Repeat steps 3 through 13 for all syrup flavors.
2. Remove the syrup feed tubes from the syrup
containers. Wipe the outside of the feed tubes with a
clean, sanitized towel.
3. Remove the syrup jugs and the pump cover tray from
inside the cabinet.
4. Place the syrup feed tubes in the pail of cleaning/
sanitizing solution. To avoid contamination, cover the
syrup containers with plastic wrap.
5. Select a flavor from the control panel and remove the
corresponding syrup valve from the door. Place the
valve in a pail under the draw valve.
6. Press the CAL key on the control panel to enter the
Calibration mode.
7. Press the WASH key on the control panel to start the
flow of solution through the syrup line.
8. Allow the cleaning/sanitizing solution to flow until all
of the syrup is flushed from the line.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
9. Press the CAL key on the control panel to stop the
flow of cleaning solution.
10. Once the line is free of syrup, remove the syrup feed
tube from the cleaning solution. Run the pump until
the syrup line is free from liquid.
11. Prepare a 2.5 gal. (9.5 L) pail of a cleaning/sanitizing
solution with an active chlorine concentrate of 100 to
200 ppm approved for use by your company. Use
warm water and follow the cleaning/sanitizing
solution manufacturer's specifications.
15. Remove the clips from their respective collars.
16. Remove the fittings from the pump tube.
Pump Tube Installation
1. Lubricate the O-rings on the syrup line fittings with
Taylor Lube HP. (See Figure 6-79.)
12. Repeat steps 3 through 10 using this solution to
sanitize.
13. Open the pump by pushing up on the hinged cover.
(See the arrow in Figure 6-77 on page 6-23)
Figure 6-79
2. Press the fittings into the new pump tube.
3. Install the clips into their collars.
4. Using your hands. Rotate the pump rollers so they
are in the 10 and 2 o'clock position.
5. Place the tube assembly into the pump body. (Make
sure the syrup lines are pushed through the rear of
the cabinet.)
6. Push down on the top of the pump to close it.
Figure 6-77
7. Replace the pump cover tray and the syrup jugs.
14. Grasp the pump tube by both ends and remove it
from the pump body. (See Figure 6-78.
8. Prime the syrup lines.
9. Calibrate the syrup system according to the
instructions on page 6-15.
Figure 6-78
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Notes:
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Operating Procedures
Operator’s Checklist
Section 7
During Cleaning and Sanitizing
Regular Maintenance Checks

Rotate scraper blades to allow both sides of the
knife edge to wear evenly. This will contribute to
self-sharpening and help maintain fast, efficient
freezing.

Replace scraper blades that are bent, damaged,
or worn down.

Before installing beater, make sure scraper blades
are properly attached over the beater pins.

Dispose of O-rings and seals if they are worn,
torn, or fit too loosely, and replace with new ones.

Check the rear shell bearing for signs of wear
(excessive mix leakage in rear drip pan) and make
sure it is properly cleaned.

Using a screwdriver and cloth towel, clean the
rear shell bearing and the female drive socket of
lubricant and mix deposits.

Follow all lubricating procedures as outlined in
Machine Setup on page 6-1.

On air-cooled machines, check the condenser for
dirt and lint. Dirty condensers will reduce the
efficiency and capacity of the machine.
Condensers and filters should be cleaned
monthly. Remove the rear panel to gain access to
the condenser. Use a soft brush to clean between
the fins of the condenser. Never use screwdrivers
or other metal probes to clean between the fins.
ALWAYS FOLLOW LOCAL HEALTH CODES.
NOTICE! Cleaning and sanitizing schedules
are governed by your federal, state or local regulatory
agencies and must be followed accordingly. Please see
the cleaning section of the manual for the proper
procedure to clean this machine.
The following checkpoints should be stressed during the
cleaning and sanitizing operations:
Important! Cleaning and sanitizing must be performed
every 14 days.
Important! Syrup lines must be sanitized weekly.
Troubleshooting Bacterial Count

Thoroughly clean and sanitize the machine
regularly, including complete disassembly and
brush-cleaning.

Use all brushes supplied for thorough cleaning.
The brushes are specially designed to reach all
mix passageways.

Use the white bristle brush to clean the mix inlet
hole, which extends from the mix hopper down to
the rear of the freezing cylinder.

Use the black bristle brush to thoroughly clean the
rear shell bearing at the rear of the freezing
cylinder. Make sure to use a generous amount of
cleaning solution on the brush.

Properly prepare the cleaning and sanitizing
solutions. Read and follow the label directions
carefully. Too strong of a solution may damage
the parts, and too weak of a solution will not do an
adequate job of cleaning or sanitizing.

Thoroughly clean and sanitize the syrup lines at
least once a week.

The temperature of mix in mix hopper and walk-in
cooler should be below 40ºF (4.4ºC).

Discard remaining mix from freezer during Closing
Procedures.
Operator’s Checklist

On water-cooled machines, check the water lines
for kinks or leaks. Kinks can occur when the
machine is moved back and forth for cleaning or
maintenance. Deteriorated or cracked water lines
should be replaced only by a Taylor service
technician.
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OPERATOR’S CHECKLIST
Winter Storage
If the place of business is to be closed during the winter
months, it is important to protect the freezer by following
certain precautions, particularly if the building is to be left
unheated and subject to freezing conditions.
Disconnect the freezer from the main power source to
prevent possible electrical damage.
On water-cooled freezers, disconnect the water supply.
Use air pressure to blow out any water remaining in the
condensers. This is extremely important. Failure to
follow this procedure may cause severe and costly
damage to the refrigeration system.
Your local Taylor distributor can perform this service for
you.
Wrap detachable parts of the freezer such as beater
assembly and freezer door, and place in a protected, dry
place. Rubber trim parts and gaskets can be protected by
wrapping with moisture-proof paper. All parts should be
thoroughly cleaned of dried mix or lubrication
accumulations, which can attract mice and other vermin.
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PH61 Peristaltic Pump
Operator’s Checklist
Troubleshooting Guide
Section 8
Table 8-1
Problem
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
1. All four LEDs are
flashing.
a. The machine is locked.
a. See soft lock and hard lock information.
2. Soft lock message
appears on LCD.
a. More than 24 hours since the last
Heat cycle.
a. The machine must go through a Heat cycle every 
24 hours. The freezer must now be disassembled
and brush-cleaned or placed in a Heat cycle.
b. The power switch is in the OFF
position.
b. The power switch must be in the ON position. The
freezer must now be disassembled and 
brush-cleaned or placed in a Heat cycle.
c. The machine is not in the Auto
mode.
c. The machine must be in the Auto mode. The freezer
must now be disassembled and brush-cleaned or
placed in a Heat cycle.
d. MIX OUT condition.
d. The level of mix in the machine must now be
disassembled and brush-cleaned or placed in a
Heat cycle.
e. The agitator is not installed.
e. The agitator must be cleaned and installed before
starting the Heat cycle. The freezer must now be
disassembled and brush-cleaned.
f. The agitator is not rotating.
f. The agitator must be cleaned before starting the
Heat cycle. Disassemble the freezer and 
brush-clean.
g. A machine fault has occurred.
g. See Screen H in the Operator's Menu to determine
the cause.
a. A barrel or hopper thermistor is
faulty.
a. Call a Taylor service technician.
b. More than 14 days since the last
brush-cleaning.
b. The machine must be disassembled and 
brush-cleaned every 14 days.
a. Low on mix. The MIX OUT light is
ON.
a. Add mix to the mix hopper.
b. The power switch is in the OFF
position.
b. Place the power switch to ON and press the AUTO
key.
3. Hard lock message
appears on the LCD.
4. No product is being
dispensed.
Troubleshooting Guide
c. Freeze-up in mix inlet hole.
c. Call Taylor service technician.
d. Beater motor is out on reset.
d. Clear the tone. Allow the beater motor to cool. Place
the power switch to OFF. Press the RESET button
firmly, place the power switch to ON, and press the
WASH key. Open the side access panel and
observe that the driveshaft is turning clockwise as
viewed from the front of the machine. Press the
AUTO key to return to the Auto mode. If the beater
motor should go OFF on reset again, call a Taylor
service technician.
e. Air/mix pump is incorrectly
assembled or improperly
lubricated.
e. Follow assembly procedures carefully.
f. The mix pump ball crank is broken.
f. Call a Taylor service technician.
g. The pump motor is not activated.
g. Push the reset button. The draw valve must be fully
opened to activate the pump motor.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
5. The product is too thick.
6. Product is too soft.
7. The mix in the hopper is
too warm.
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Probable Cause
Corrective Action
a. Not enough syrup - 1 fluid oz. 
(30 ml) in 5 seconds.
a. Calibrate the syrups. Check that the syrup tanks
have an adequate syrup supply.
b. Insufficient mix in the freezing
cylinder.
b. Check the air/mix pump assembly.
c. Improper priming procedures.
c. Drain the freezing cylinder and reprime the machine.
d. Air/mix pump incorrectly
assembled.
d. Follow assembly procedures carefully.
e. The viscosity control is set too
cold.
e. Call a Taylor service technician.
f. Freeze-up in mix inlet hole.
f. Call a Taylor service technician.
a. Too much syrup - 1 fluid oz. (30 ml)
in 5 seconds.
a. Calibrate syrups.
b. Outdrawing capacity of freezing
cylinder.
b. Continuous draw rate is approximately one 16 oz.
(473 ml) shake by volume every 15 to 20 seconds.
c. Inadequate airspace.
c. Minimum of 6 in. (152 mm) airspace around all
sides.
d. Dirty condenser or air filters on 
air-cooled machines.
d. Clean regularly.
e. Inadequate water supply on 
water-cooled machines.
e. Check the water supply. Check the water lines for
leaks or kinks.
f. Bad scraper blades.
f. Replace the scraper blades.
g. The viscosity control is set too
warm.
g. Call a Taylor service technician.
h. Air passage is blocked in the
pump.
h. Brush-clean the pump components and reassemble.
a. Hopper cover is not in position.
a. Clean the hopper cover and place in position.
b. The agitator is not installed.
b. Clean the agitator and install.
c. The hopper temperature is out of
adjustment.
c. Call a Taylor service technician.
8. The mix in hopper is too
cold.
a. The hopper temperature is out of
adjustment.
a. Call a Taylor service technician.
9. Product is collecting on
top of draw valve.
a. Inadequate lubrication of spinner
shaft or seal.
a. Lubricate properly.
b. Spinner shaft seal is missing or
worn.
b. Install or replace the spinner shaft seal.
10.Product is collecting on
top of the freezer door.
a. The top O-ring on draw valve is
improperly lubricated or worn.
a. Lubricate properly or replace the O-ring.
11.Excessive mix leakage
from the bottom of door
spout.
a. Bottom O-ring on draw valve is
improperly lubricated or worn.
a. Lubricate properly or replace the O-ring.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
12.Excessive mix leakage
into the long drip pan.
13.The driveshaft is stuck
in the drive coupling.
14.Freezing cylinder walls
scored.
15.Spinner shaft will not
rotate to blend mix and
syrup.
16.Large adjustments are
necessary to receive 
1 oz. (30 ml) in 
5 seconds.
17.Pump will not operate in
the Pump mode.
Troubleshooting Guide
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
a. The seal on driveshaft is
improperly lubricated or worn.
a. Lubricate properly or replace the seal.
b. The seal is installed inside out on
the driveshaft.
b. Install correctly.
c. Worn or missing O-rings on pump
driveshaft.
c. Install or replace the O-rings.
d. Inadequate lubrication of the
driveshaft.
d. Lubricate properly.
e. The driveshaft and beater
assembly worked forward.
e. Call a Taylor service technician.
f. Worn rear shell bearing.
f. Call a Taylor service technician.
g. Gearbox is out of alignment.
g. Call a Taylor service technician.
a. Mix and lubricant collected in drive
coupling.
a. Brush-clean the rear shell bearing area regularly.
b. Rounded corners of driveshaft,
drive coupling, or both.
b. Call a Taylor service technician.
c. Gearbox is out of alignment.
c. Call a Taylor service technician.
a. Missing or worn front bearing.
a. Install or replace the front bearing.
b. Broken beater pins.
b. Repair or replace the beater assembly. When
installing scraper blades, make sure they are
properly attached over the pins.
c. Gearbox is out of alignment.
c. Call a Taylor service technician.
a. Flexible coupling is broken.
a. Call a Taylor service technician.
b. Pin is missing in quick disconnect
of spinner coupling.
b. Call a Taylor service technician.
c. Spinner motor is out on thermal
overload.
c. Allow the spinner motor to cool. Also check
lubrication on spinner shaft. Properly align the motor
and lubricate properly.
a. The pump tube has collapsed.
a. Replace the pump tube.
b. Syrup lines are not matched with
correct syrup flavor.
b. Match the color wrapped syrup lines to the correct
syrup flavors.
c. The plunger is sticking in the syrup
valve.
c. Clean the valve.
d. Plugged syrup line fitting at freezer
door connection.
d. Clean the syrup line fitting.
e. Verify that the proper syrup
selection was made.
e. Make the proper syrup selection.
a. Pump motor is not activated.
a. Push the reset button.
b. The membrane switch is defective.
b. Call a Taylor service technician.
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Problem
18.Machine will not run
when in the Auto mode.
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Probable Cause
Corrective Action
a. Machine is unplugged.
a. Plug into wall receptacle.
b. Beater motor is out on reset.
b. Clear the tone. Allow the beater motor to cool. Place
the power switch to OFF. Press the RESET button
firmly. Place the power switch to ON and press the
WASH key. Open the side access panel and
observe that the driveshaft is turning clockwise as
viewed from the front of the machine. Press the
AUTO key to return to the Auto mode. If the beater
motor should go OFF on reset again, call a Taylor
service technician.
c. Circuit breaker OFF or blown fuse.
c. Turn the breaker ON or replace the fuse and clear
the fault.
d. Low on mix. The MIX OUT light is
ON.
d. Add mix to the mix hopper and press the AUTO key.
e. Water is turned OFF on 
water-cooled machines.
e. Turn water ON and clear the fault.
19.Air compressor runs too
often for normal usage.
a. Air leak in the system.
a. Use a soap solution to locate the leak and repair.
20.LCD is blank.
a. Machine is unplugged.
a. Plug into wall receptacle.
b. Circuit breaker is OFF or blown
fuse.
b. Turn the circuit breaker ON or replace the fuse and
clear the fault.
c. Component failure.
c. Call a Taylor service technician.
d. LCD intensity needs adjusting.
d. Call a Taylor service technician.
21.Product is not feeding
into the freezing
cylinder.
a. The mix inlet hole is frozen up.
a. The hopper temperature needs adjustment. Call a
Taylor service technician.
22.The draw handle does
not close.
a. Mix is on the sensing eye.
a. Clean the sensing eye.
23.Product popping when
drawn.
a. Pump assembled incorrectly.
a. Assemble and lubricate according to instructions in
this manual.
24.Machine shuts off but
fault tone continues.
a. Fault has occurred in the freezer.
a. Verify condition in the Operator's Menu fault screen.
Clear fault accordingly.
b. Inadequate air clearance around
the freezer.
b. Minimum of 6 in. (152 mm) airspace around all sides
to prevent recirculation of warm air.
a. Syrup lines are clogged.
a. Disassemble and clean the syrup valves. Flush
syrup lines with warm water and sanitize weekly.
25.Syrup flows constantly
or not at all. Difficult to
calibrate syrups.
b. The pump tube has collapsed.
b. Replace the pump tube.
c. The syrup valve plunger is stuck.
c. Disassemble and clean the syrup valve.
26.Shakes have air
bubbles in them.
a. Syrup valves are clogged.
a. Disassemble and clean the syrup valves.
27.Mix Low and Mix Out
probes are not
functioning.
a. Milkstone buildup in the hopper.
a. Clean hoppers thoroughly.
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Parts Replacement Schedule
Section 9
Table 9-1
Part Description
Every 3 Months
Every 6 Months
Scraper Blade-Shake
Annually
X
Driveshaft Seal
X
Freezer Door O-ring-Shake
X
Front Bearing
X
Draw Valve O-ring
X
Spinner Shaft Seal-Shake
X
Pivot Pin O-ring
X
Restrictor Cap-Shake
X
Mix Feed Tube O-ring
X
Pump O-ring
X
Mix Inlet Tube O-ring
X
Mix Feed Tube Check Ring
X
Air Inlet Fitting Seal
X
Pump Driveshaft O-ring
X
Pump Valve Gasket
X
White Bristle Brush, 3” x 7”
Inspect and replace if
necessary.
Minimum
Peristaltic Pump Tubes
Inspect and replace if
necessary.
Minimum
White Bristle Brush, 1-1/2” x 2”
Inspect and replace if
necessary.
Minimum
White Bristle Brush, 1” x 2”
Inspect and replace if
necessary.
Minimum
Black Bristle Brush, 1” x 2”
Inspect and replace if
necessary.
Minimum
Double-Ended Brush
Inspect and replace if
necessary.
Minimum
Door-spout Brush
Inspect and replace if
necessary.
Minimum
Brush Set (3)
Inspect and replace if
necessary.
Minimum
Parts Replacement Schedule
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Limited Warranty on Equipment
Section 10
TAYLOR COMPANY LIMITED WARRANTY ON FREEZERS
Taylor Company is pleased to provide this limited warranty on new Taylor-branded freezer machine available from
Taylor to the market generally (the “Product”) to the original purchaser only.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Taylor warrants the Product against failure due to defect in materials or workmanship under normal use and service as
follows. All warranty periods begin on the date of original Product installation. If a part fails due to defect during the
applicable warranty period, Taylor, through an authorized Taylor distributor or service agency, will provide a new or 
remanufactured part, at Taylor’s option, to replace the failed defective part at no charge for the part. Except as
otherwise stated herein, these are Taylor’s exclusive obligations under this limited warranty for a Product failure. This
limited warranty is subject to all provisions, conditions, limitations, and exclusions listed below and on the reverse (if
any) of this document.
Table 10-1
Product
Part
Limited Warranty Period
Soft Serve
Insulated shell assembly
Five (5) years
Frozen Yogurt
Refrigeration compressor
(except service valve)
Five (5) years
Shakes Smoothies
Beater motors
Two (2) years
Frozen Beverage
Beater drive gear
Two (2) years
Batch Desserts
Printed circuit boards and Softech™ controls beginning Two (2) years
with serial number H8024200
Parts not otherwise listed in this table or excluded below One (1) year
LIMITED WARRANTY CONDITIONS
1. If the date of original installation of the Product cannot be verified, then the limited warranty period begins ninety
(90) days from the date of Product manufacture (as indicated by the Product serial number). Proof of purchase may
be required at time of service.
2. This limited warranty is valid only if the Product is installed and all required service work on the Product is
performed by an authorized Taylor distributor or service agency, and only if genuine, new Taylor parts are used.
3. Installation, use, care, and maintenance must be normal and in accordance with all instructions contained in the
Taylor Operator’s Manual.
4. Defective parts must be returned to the authorized Taylor distributor or service agency for credit.
5. The use of any refrigerant other than that specified on the Product’s data label will void this limited warranty.
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LIMITED WARRANTY ON EQUIPMENT
LIMITED WARRANTY EXCEPTIONS
This limited warranty does not cover:
1. Labor or other costs incurred for diagnosing, repairing, removing, installing, shipping, servicing, or handling of
defective parts, replacement parts, or new Products.
2. Normal maintenance, cleaning, and lubrication as outlined in the Taylor Operator’s Manual, including cleaning of
condensers.
3. Replacement of wear items designated as Class “000” parts in the Taylor Operator’s Manual.
4. External hoses, electrical power supplies, and machine grounding.
5. Parts not supplied or designated by Taylor, or damages resulting from their use.
6. Return trips or waiting time required because a service technician is prevented from beginning warranty service
work promptly upon arrival.
7. Failure, damage, or repairs due to faulty installation, misapplication, abuse, no or improper servicing, unauthorized
alteration, or improper operation or use as indicated in the Taylor Operator’s Manual, including but not limited to the
failure to use proper assembly and cleaning techniques, tools, or approved cleaning supplies.
8. Failure, damage, or repairs due to theft, vandalism, wind, rain, flood, high water, water, lightning, earthquake, or
any other natural disaster, fire, corrosive environments, insect or rodent infestation, or other casualty, accident or
condition beyond the reasonable control of Taylor; operation above or below the electrical or water supply
specification of the Product; or components repaired or altered in any way so as, in the judgment of the
Manufacturer, to adversely affect performance, or normal wear or deterioration.
9. Any Product purchased over the Internet.
10. Failure to start due to voltage conditions, blown fuses, open circuit breakers, or damages due to the inadequacy or
interruption of electrical service.
11. Electricity or fuel costs, or increases in electricity or fuel costs from any reason whatsoever.
12. Damages resulting from the use of any refrigerant other than that specified on the Product’s data label will void this
limited warranty.
13. Any cost to replace, refill, or dispose of refrigerant, including the cost of refrigerant.
14. ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL PROPERTY OR COMMERCIAL DAMAGE OF ANY NATURE
WHATSOEVER. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so this
limitation may not apply to you.
This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from jurisdiction to
jurisdiction.
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LIMITED WARRANTY ON EQUIPMENT
LIMITATION OF WARRANTY
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, CONDITIONS, 
AND/OR REMEDIES UNDER THE LAW, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE ORIGINAL OWNER'S SOLE REMEDY
WITH RESPECT TO ANY PRODUCTS SHALL BE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE COMPONENTS
UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. ALL RIGHTS TO CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES (INCLUDING CLAIMS FOR LOST SALES, LOST PROFITS, PRODUCT LOSS, PROPERTY DAMAGES,
OR SERVICE EXPENSES) ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED. THE EXPRESS WARRANTIES MADE IN THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY MAY NOT BE ALTERED, ENLARGED, OR CHANGED BY ANY DISTRIBUTOR, DEALER, OR OTHER
PERSON, WHATSOEVER.
LEGAL REMEDIES
The owner must notify Taylor in writing, by certified or registered letter to the following address, of any defect or
complaint with the Product, stating the defect or complaint and a specific request for repair, replacement, or other
correction of the Product under warranty, mailed at least thirty (30) days before pursuing any legal rights or remedies.
Taylor Company
750 N. Blackhawk Blvd.
Rockton, IL 61072, U.S.A.
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LIMITED WARRANTY ON EQUIPMENT
Notes:
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Limited Warranty on Parts
Section 11
TAYLOR COMPANY LIMITED WARRANTY ON TAYLOR GENUINE PARTS
Taylor Company is pleased to provide this limited warranty on new Taylor genuine replacement components and parts
available from Taylor to the market generally (the “Parts”) to the original purchaser only.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Taylor warrants the Parts against failure due to defect in materials or workmanship under normal use and service as
follows. All warranty periods begin on the date of original installation of the Part in the Taylor machine. If a Part fails due
to defect during the applicable warranty period, Taylor, through an authorized Taylor distributor or service agency, will
provide a new or remanufactured Part, at Taylor’s option, to replace the failed defective Part at no charge for the Part.
Except as otherwise stated herein, these are Taylor’s exclusive obligations under this limited warranty for a Part failure.
This limited warranty is subject to all provisions, conditions, limitations, and exclusions listed below and on the reverse
(if any) of this document.
Table 11-1
Parts Warranty Class Code Or Part
Limited Warranty Period
Class 103 Parts¹
Three (3) Months
Class 212 Parts²
Twelve (12) Months
Class 512 Parts
Twelve (12) Months
Class 000 Parts
No Warranty
LIMITED WARRANTY CONDITIONS
1. If the date of original installation of the Part cannot be otherwise verified, proof of purchase may be required at time
of service.
2. This limited warranty is valid only if the Part is installed and all required service work in connection with the Part is
performed by an authorized Taylor distributor or service agency.
3. The limited warranty applies only to Parts remaining in use by their original owner at their original installation
location in the machine of original installation.
4. Installation, use, care, and maintenance must be normal and in accordance with all instructions contained in the
Taylor Operator’s Manual.
5. Defective Parts must be returned to the authorized Taylor distributor or service agency for credit.
6. This warranty is not intended to shorten the length of any warranty coverage provided pursuant to a separate Taylor
Limited Warranty on freezer or grill machine.
7. The use of any refrigerant other than that specified for the machine in which the Part is installed will void this limited
warranty.
1, 2
Except that Taylor Part #032129SER2 (Compressor-Air-230V SERV) and Taylor Part #075506SER1
(Compressor-Air-115V 60HZ) shall have a limited warranty period of twelve (12) months when used in Taylor freezer
machine and a limited warranty period of two (2) years when used in Taylor grill machine.
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LIMITED WARRANTY ON PARTS
LIMITED WARRANTY EXCEPTIONS
This limited warranty does not cover:
1. Labor or other costs incurred for diagnosing, repairing, removing, installing, shipping, servicing, or handling of
defective Parts, replacement Parts, or new Parts.
2. Normal maintenance, cleaning, and lubrication as outlined in the Taylor Operator’s Manual, including cleaning of
condensers or carbon and grease buildup.
3. Required service, whether cleaning or general repairs, to return the cooking surface assemblies, including the
upper platen and lower plate, to an operational condition to achieve proper cooking or allow proper assembly of
release sheets and clips as a result of grease buildup on the cooking surfaces, including but not limited to the
platen and plate, sides of the shroud, or top of the shroud.
4. Replacement of cooking surfaces, including the upper platen and lower plate, due to pitting or corrosion (or in the
case of the upper platen, due to loss of plating) as a result of damage due to the impact of spatulas or other small
wares used during the cooking process or as a result of the use of cleaners, cleaning materials, or cleaning
processes not approved for use by Taylor.
5. Replacement of wear items designated as Class “000” Parts in the Taylor Operator’s Manual, as well as any
release sheets and clips for the Product’s upper platen assembly.
6. External hoses, electrical power supplies, and machine grounding.
7. Parts not supplied or designated by Taylor, or damages resulting from their use.
8. Return trips or waiting time required because a service technician is prevented from beginning warranty service
work promptly upon arrival.
9. Failure, damage, or repairs due to faulty installation, misapplication, abuse, no or improper servicing, unauthorized
alteration, or improper operation or use as indicated in the Taylor Operator’s Manual, including but not limited to the
failure to use proper assembly and cleaning techniques, tools, or approved cleaning supplies.
10. Failure, damage, or repairs due to theft, vandalism, wind, rain, flood, high water, water, lightning, earthquake, or
any other natural disaster, fire, corrosive environments, insect or rodent infestation, or other casualty, accident or
condition beyond the reasonable control of Taylor; operation above or below the gas, electrical, or water supply
specification of the machine in which a part is installed; or Parts or the machines in which they are installed repaired
or altered in any way so as, in the judgment of Taylor, to adversely affect performance, or normal wear or
deterioration.
11. Any Part purchased over the Internet.
12. Failure to start due to voltage conditions, blown fuses, open circuit breakers, or damages due to the inadequacy or
interruption of electrical service.
13. Electricity, gas, or other fuel costs, or increases in electricity or fuel costs from any reason whatsoever.
14. Damages resulting from the use of any refrigerant other than that specified for the machine in which the Part is
installed will void this limited warranty.
15. Any cost to replace, refill, or dispose of refrigerant, including the cost of refrigerant.
16. ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL PROPERTY OR COMMERCIAL DAMAGE OF ANY NATURE
WHATSOEVER. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so this
limitation may not apply to you.
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This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from jurisdiction to
jurisdiction.
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Limited Warranty on Parts
LIMITED WARRANTY ON PARTS
LIMITATION OF WARRANTY
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, CONDITIONS, 
AND/OR REMEDIES UNDER THE LAW, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE ORIGINAL OWNER’S SOLE REMEDY
WITH RESPECT TO ANY PRODUCTS SHALL BE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE PARTS UNDER
THE TERMS OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. ALL RIGHTS TO CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING CLAIMS FOR LOST SALES, LOST PROFITS, PRODUCT LOSS, PROPERTY DAMAGES, OR
SERVICE EXPENSES) ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED. THE EXPRESS WARRANTIES MADE IN THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY MAY NOT BE ALTERED, ENLARGED, OR CHANGED BY ANY DISTRIBUTOR, DEALER, OR OTHER
PERSON, WHATSOEVER.
LEGAL REMEDIES
The owner must notify Taylor in writing, by certified or registered letter to the following address, of any defect or
complaint with the Part, stating the defect or complaint and a specific request for repair, replacement, or other
correction of the Part under warranty, mailed at least thirty (30) days before pursuing any legal rights or remedies.
Taylor Company
750 N. Blackhawk Blvd.
Rockton, IL 61072, U.S.A.
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Notes:
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