Common whipped cream machine issue

We will try to solve the most common problems and make your holiday whipped cream sweet, relaxing and worry-free! The following are the top ten most common problems and provide solutions.

1. My whipped cream smells like water, what's wrong?

There are indeed some factors that can cause this to happen.

  • After dispensing the N20 charger, you do not need to shake the dispenser, but use N20 to produce cream (you must do this before each use).
  • There is a leak in the dispenser, and the N20 is not completely leaking (after distributing the N20 into the tank and unscrewing it, you will hear some noise, which is very common.
  • You have a 1 liter dispenser and it needs 2-3 chargers (not 1 or 2 dispensers like half quart or full quart)
  • If you use milk fat with a low fat content, we recommend using ordinary whipped cream instead of thick heavy whipped cream. However, depending on the brand and type, this is not always the case. If you did everything right but still have problems, try using heavy cream to see if the results change.
  • Your N20 is very old and no longer works. Usually this is not a problem, but if your N20 has been used for 10 years, please try some new chargers.
  • Finally, make sure you are not using C02. As mentioned earlier, you cannot use C02 to make whipped cream!

2. I can hear more cream in the dispenser, but the cream will not come out!

This is troublesome, especially when you can't waste this delicious snack. The fact is that you are likely to always leave very little residue at the bottom because it may look like "a lot" when mixed with N20, but it is not. If you find it is a bit more, please put in another N20 charger, which will help you ensure the last drop of ink. If you encounter this common problem every time, please check your dispenser for any problems and your technology. Remember to always shake before use.

3. After charging the whipped cream dispenser, should the charger stand be removed from the dispenser?

It doesn't matter, in fact, no one in my house can take all the charger seat off. this is your choice! But this will not affect the final result.

4. How many ink cartridges can be used in my dispenser?

Half pint dispenser = 1 to 2 chargers

One Pint distributor = 1 to 2 chargers

One quart (liter)-2 to 3 chargers.

Don't overcharge your dispenser!

5. I didn't follow your suggestion. I overcharged the dispenser, what should I do ?

If you press the joystick, but the joystick is fully locked, and you are worried about a full house explosion, the good news is that you may not do it. Try to loosen the head, if it does not loosen, put it in hot water to loosen things, and try again. However, there are currently only a few options before you start to damage it.

6. Why are the creams inconsistent?

One of the biggest reasons is that you have to clean out the dispenser, take out the parts (most parts in the dispenser are made), you should have a top valve, gasket, tip, take them out and clean them thoroughly Clean. You have completed a batch. If you don't clean it thoroughly, the cream particles will stick to the top valve, reducing the bulkiness. The only other reason is that the ratio of N20 to cream is incorrect, or it is not shaken well before use.

7. Every time I dispense the N20 cartridge into my dispenser, the nozzle will spray out, or the gas will escape from the intersection of the head and the can!

If N20 escapes from the nozzle, the top valve is broken and you need a new top valve. This is the only solution. Make sure not to tamper with your top valve, unless you want to clean it, it will limit the occurrence of problems.

If gas escapes from where the head meets the canister, check to make sure the gasket is in place! If you don't have a gasket, that's why it leaks. If you do have a gasket and you are still doing it, it means that your gasket is somewhat damaged because it does not have a tight seal and it is time to replace the gasket.