Question about Hobart 24 in. LXIH-3 Built-in Dishwasher
Water is leaking out of top of the soap regulator. It is the regulator that regulators the ammount of soap that goes into the dishwasher and also it opens again to dispurse water with chemicals. I believe it only opens twice, just for the soap and the chemical water cycles. We don't know if we need just a washer or if we need the whole part and if so, what it is actually called.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: LXIH, ML #130017
hi there have you checked that the drain pump is pumping out the water fast ehough, sounds like you may have a blockage problem and the programe is timeing out ie. not draining within the specified time, for example 3 mins
Posted on May 02, 2008
SOURCE: Dish washer over filling?
The first thing you should do is clean the level probes in the unit. There are two probes sticking through the back of the unit and the water completes a circuit between these two telling the machine when it is full. If they are clean, you may have a faulty sensor or wiring.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
The 1/2" drain line you are referring to is probably the 3/4" line from the booster heater located to the left of the pump motor. The temperature/pressure relief valve is bad.
The booster heater could be overheating (bad thermostat), or you may not have an expansion tank on your building hot water system. The heating and explanding water in the booster has no where to expand to, causing a pressure spike high enough to pop the valve.
First, change the valve. I use a heavier-duty Watts XL40 valve, I purchase them from International Commercial Supply or Johnstone. Even if there is a cause for them to leak, once they start leaking they need to be replaced.
Once the new valve is in, power up and test the unit. Power up and fill the unit, then let the booster recover until it cycles off. Run a cycle, and check your rinse temperature. I like to see 190-192 degrees. If it went higher than 195 I'd turn the thermostat down. If it didn't shut off at all, and the relief blew, time to replace the thermostats in the booster heater.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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