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The 737, like most Jet=Tech models, requires to be drain empty at least once a day. If the unit is empty and it is started, it will take approximately 30 minutes for the machine to be ready. Which means, the unit will fill and then heat up both booster tank first and then wash tank. If after all that the wash temperature is not up to 150f then the wash thermostat needs to be either calibrated or replaced if the wash element is in good condition. It is assumed here that the booster temperature is reaching 180F.
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