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True Prep Table

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I have a friend with a True prep table, model # QA-72-30M-B, Does anyone have experience working on these?

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i could maybe search for some info if i had a model number

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Model number is QA-72-30M-B

I searched and only found the manufacture's specifications, but nothing for serivicing. Maybe you will have better luck.

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For some mystic reason he always has better luck.

(personally I think he cheats,just can't figure out how)

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For some mystic reason he always has better luck.

(personally I think he cheats,just can't figure out how)

... I could tell you,

but then you'd have to kill me.

... wait, that's not right ..

sorry, I can't find much about that model, yet..

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What is the problem ????? Not keeping temp???

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It's freezing the bottom of the items in the pans, for example the bottom layer of lettuce. I'm pretty sure it's the temp control, but since I don't normally work on these I was just wanting some input from someone who does work on them.

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Find the temp sensor bulb and plunge it into an ice bath and see if the unit cuts off.

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