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Troubleshooting A Whipped Cream Dispenser

Troubleshooting A Whipped Cream Dispenser

It is not uncommon to have some problems with whipped cream dispenser and chargers.

1. What if cream has a metallic taste

You may be using the wrong gas, so the whipped cream in your cream dispenser has a metallic taste.
Whipping cream requires the use of N2O. CO2 destroys the flavor of the cream and gives it a metallic taste.
At the same time, N2O needs to be changed regularly, because the aging performance is not good, will affect the whipped degree and taste of cream.

2. Clogged Nozzle

There are a variety of factors that can cause whipped cream to stick.
The most common is over shaking (excessive shaking can cause whipped cream to harden). You can either gently shake the cream whipper to relieve clogging after that soak it in warm water for ten minutes.

3. Whipped cream not solid enough or not whipped

The usual cause is due to insufficient shaking or not enough gas in the whipper. Secondly, cause may be clogging of the cream whipper. Run the nozzle under warm water for a few minutes and also try again.

4. Leaking Nitrous Oxide

You need to check the gasket head (the round clear rubber) installed on the cap of the cream whipper and also ensure that it is properly placed and clean. If the gasket is damaged, please replace it and fix the leak.

5. Overinflated Cream whipper (cannot open)

The cream whipper will not open and will not work, If you put too much gas into the cream whipper. You can try running the top of the whipper under warm water to help loosen the head. Try using a rubber shelf liner to give you better grip. Please do not violently disassemble the cream whipper components, this may cause damage.

Above all, Choosing a high-quality cream dispenser can help reduce the failure rate of the cream dispenser.

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