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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It means that the final rinse thermistor is bad.Your not getting 180 degrees---right?Its located on the booster and costs about $65.I work for hobart.Any ?
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
press the 1st and third buttons on the display nxt to the start button then press the start button,this will change the the display to something like BOF1 then allow the achine to fill the rinse tank you will know when this has happened as the display will go out (all of it) then you can turn on the machine using the button marked with a I the start button will light red allow it to go green and you are ready to go ... if when you are boffing it it changes to FIL the your water pressure is to low good luc fella
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
Water is not to top sensor in alotted time.
Top sensor is in right rear corner, and is the upper of the two. Check the connector to the probe on the outside at the back. (sometimes gets wet fro vacuum breaker leaking when dirty or low flow pressure. Machine needs 20 psi flow rate
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
There is one glued to the lower panel on the inside. Hobart is very tight lip'd when it comes to getting any info from their web site. Best I can do, sorry.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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