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Operation of digital temperature indicator

Not clear as to what temperature is actually measured. Does this always indicate the tank water temperature, regardless of what cycle the machine is running? (I assume it does, but just want to be sure.) The electrical schematic shows thermistors labeled "wash" and "rinse" but there's nothing showing how they're wired.

THANKS!!.....Lee

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When the unit is idle and in a wash cycle the wash temp is displayed.If you look inside the tank you will see a white float and a metal probe which is the themometer for the wash tank temp.The rinse temp will only be shown when the display reads (Rinse) and theres a thermistor that screws into the water line near the solenoid valve that measures the temp.

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