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number two contains hot clean water or a sanitizing solution which is applied with a clean sponge. 5. Special attention should be given to the door gaskets  to  prevent  damage  and  deterioration. 6. After defrosting, cleaning, and wiping dry, you should turn the electric supply back on. SOFT-SERVE  ICE-CREAM MACHINE This machine is usually located in the messing area and  the  patrons  serve  themselves.  The  MSs  are responsible for preparing the ice-cream mix and cleaning and sanitizing the machine. It is a must that the machine be  sanitized  before  and  after  each  use.  Follow  the procedures of operation according to the technical manual or the operation procedures posted next to the machine. Cleaning After Each Use Soft-serve ice-cream machines are very susceptible to a rapid bacterial growth of even a little amount of ice-cream mix left in the machine or on any area the mix contacted.  Therefore,  following  the  procedures  in cleaning   the   machine   are   very   important.   The procedures  are  as  follows: 1. Empty freezer and flush with cold water until water runs clear. 2. Rinse again with warm water (120°F). 3. Place 1 gallon of hand-dishwashing detergent and  water  (140°F)  solution  into  the  hopper.  Move  the switch to the WASH position and operate for 2 minutes. Draw off water solution. 4.  Rinse  the  interior  of  the  machine  with  clean water. 5.  Remove  all  detachable  parts,  freezer  door assembly,  and  drawoff  plunger,  beater,  blades,  and beater  drive  shaft,  mix  feed  assembly,  and  hopper  cover assembly. 6. Wash all parts in detergent solution and brush all surfaces. Brush  inside  of  freezing  cylinder;  pay particular   attention   to   the   back   wall   and   shaft connection. Rinse all parts thoroughly and allow them to air dry. 7. Store all clean parts in a clean storage area until next  use. Sanitize the Machine Before Use Prepare sanitizing solution according to package directions  on  calcium  hypochlorite  or  disinfectant 4-25 foodservice.  Wear  disposable  gloves  when  assembling the machine. Dip each part in solution as machine is assembled. Pour remaining solution into the hopper and brush  solution  over  entire  inside  and  lid.  Let  the machine runs for 1 minute to allow the solution to run through the mixer. Drain completely and the machine is ready for use. COFFEE  MAKERS Coffee makers used in the GM are normally electric and  may  be  of  different  types.  The  automatic  twin coffee urn and the automatic coffee maker (figs. 4-15 and 4-16) are the types used most often in general and private  messes. Figure 4-15.—Automatic  twin  coffee  urn. Figure  4-16.—Automatic  coffee  maker.

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