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Hobart LX 30H shuts off and turns back on by itself

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i have a hobart lx 30h it seems to turn off and then back on by itself. sort of randomly. also the panel seems to not work from time to time. i can unplug it and plug it back in and it will works, sometimes. also if i turn it off it will turn right back on again. it will run fine but sometimes just turn off even during a wash cycle.

any ideas?

thanks.
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Hello Jon,

I work in the product service department for Hobart Corp. and work mainly with the Hobart dishwashers. The most common problem with what you have going on is a faulty keypad on the front of the unit. This is the component with the actual on/off/wash buttons on it. If the problem is very frequent, then you could contact your local Hobart service office and they could come out and troubleshoot the problem to be certain that this is the faulty part before just buying a part and hoping that it works. If you would like to discuss this a bit further or need assistance as to a contact for your local Hobart office, you can contact us at 937-332-2525, and press option #2.

Have a great day!

Jim

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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