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Rinse PSI I have lost PSI on the rinse cycle. The PSI is down to about 10-12 PSI and should be up to around 15-25 PSI

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I would check the line strainer to see if its clogged,I would also check the booster or filter system if installed.Let me know.

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I have Hobard LXIH dishwasher, it is working OK but during rinse cycle instead of taking in rinse agent it is actually fill rinse bottle back with water. Rinse pump is working, it was replaced in June


Check the rinse pump. The tubing needs to come from the supply into the bottom of the pump, and the pump should be running clockwise. If the pump tube is worn, the rinse pressure will blow through the pump filling the bottle

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I have a am-14 hobart washer. having problem with rinse temp indicator. it is fine for the wash then the temp gauge is jumping around, could it be the thermostat?


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I have a new stainless steel Samsung dishwasher. It doesn't seem to be drying properly. Dishes and dishwasher still very wet after cycle is completed.


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Your dishwasher has been designed to use a liquid rinse aid. Pouring a liquid rinse aid into the proper recepticle in your dishwasher when you add dish detergent greatly improves drying performance. You can further improve drying performance by selecting the Sanitize option, in addition to the other options you've selected, and increasing the water temperature.For Best Results, use Jet-Dry Turbo

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Hi,

The rinse cycle is the same as the wash except the wash uses detergent and the rinse uses rinse aid.

The rinse cycle will dispense rinse aid if you have filled the dispenser. Check this first, that would be the most likely cause. Also in the spring as the water table table in most cities begins to rise the water quality goes down, extra calcium in the water can cause this problem.

Here is a link to help understand that. Let me know if you have questions.

http://www.fixya.com/support/r4666624-hard_water_calcium_white_powder_build_up

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Can you tell me what temperature the dishwashers reach during each part of cycle--Dishwasher model is WDF902SA Food authority have asked this of me


Hello,
The wash temperature for a high temperature commercial dishwasher should be around 140F AND 160F. The final rinse temperature should be 180F to meet health code regulations. The final rinse temperature is reached during the end of the cycle for a few seconds. If the machine is a low temperature dishwasher the wash temperature and rinse temp will be around 140 F to 160 F. The sanitizing of your warewash will be done by the use of chlorine or iodine in the low temp application.
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No water pressure in rinse cycle


AM 14's need 20 PSI flow rate of rinse. Is your pressure gauge accurate? Could the rinse nozzles be blocked with scale? If you remove them to clean, make sure they go back in the same positions. Note the upper arm has one each side pointing up, to clean the top of the machine. Check that the upper rinse arm has it's thrust washer under it's hub.

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Soap film on every thing..I'm using a rinse agent in every cycle


sounds like you may be using to much detergent.. put your dishwasher on a quick rinse cycle and see if it suds up.. if it does put a table spoon of vegtable oil in the dishwasher and continue running it. after that cut down the detergent and use it like normal.

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The psi should be in the green on the gauge,20-25.The 10 second rinse cycle is the default setting.

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The rinse water in a LX30 is driven by water pressure. A solenoid valve, bottom front - gold body, opens up and allows the water to flow.

If you are referring to the rinse agent pump, there must be NO leaks in the tubing or the hose that runs through the pump. And if the unit has lost its prime, using your hand to "seal" it, and forcing water from the faucet into the line can prime it.

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