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Heat tempeture rinsing cicle is on 140 degres how do I bring it up to 170 degres, where can i get a repair service around my area Hartford, Connecticut

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There are internal settings that need to be adjusted and programmed by an authorized service tech, since the Health Code requires a minimum wash and rinse temps for proper cleaning and sanitizing of the dishes, etc. This isn't something that can easily be done by just anyone and will require some technical knowledge of this unit.

You can find a Hobart commercial appliance service tech by searching your local yellow pages, under Commercial Appliance or Restrarant Equipment/Service, etc.

Here's a couple to start with in Hartford, CT

Marc's Commercial Appliance Repair - (860) 416-8103
Hartford, CT 06103

A-Able Service Co. - (860) 665-1499
Hartford, CT 06103

There are several others in the area, as Hobart is very popular with commercial kitchens throughout the region.

Hope you find this Very Helpful - Best regards!

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