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Temperature Problem The water will not reach its proper temperature and a EO error code comes up with a wrench symbol next to it. How do I fix this?

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  • bluebullit2 Jan 21, 2009

    It is a model lx30h and both the wash and rinse temperatures are low. Thanks.

  • Anonymous Feb 02, 2009

    I have a Hobart LX30H undercounter commercial dishwasher. It will fill & wash. Then won't go to the rinse cycle? The water temp doesn't seem to be getting hot enough to sanitize the dishes. Any suggestions??

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Whats the model?lxih,lx30h,lx18,lx40?What temps are low,wash or rinse?Im a hobart tech and service these units.Let me know.

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    anthony james Jan 22, 2009

    Turn the circuit breaker off or pull the power plug.Remove the 2 screws on the lower panel in front.Lift up the white plastic cover and you will see a little black disc with a red button in the middle--press this in.That was the high limit for the heater for the wash cycle.To the right you will see another one and on the right of the booster between the side of the cover is another one,press these also,they are for your booster heater.Power up the unit and well go from there,let it sit 20 min to get hot.Let me know.

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