ajdistro Posted August 6, 2014 Share Posted August 6, 2014 Hello, Just wondering... Anybody else build up a bunch of ice/frost along the top edges of their freezer on their F631 or similar ice cream machines? Seems to be due to the warm air/cold air combo that occurs when the freezer opens, which happens often. Our normal procedure for dealing with this is a rubber mallet and a screwdriver or ice scraper. This can be tedious and you have to be very careful not to damage the inside of the freezer. Plus it sends ice and snow flying around. After chipping away all the ice you have to remove each bin and shake the loose ice out, while holding the product in place. This can get messy. Plus much of the ice ends up in the bottom of the freezer which over time causes the bins to shift in placement and height, throwing the robot off... Anybody have a better method? Someone recommended a hair dryer or heat gun... I'm not sure I'm comfortable blazing the area so close to the ice cream. Who knows, maybe the hammer method is the answer. Any thoughts/ideas appreciated... Angelo AJV Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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