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Wash water in tank gets to 200. I replaced the temp/water level probe still have the same problem

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Dsi flt light keeps going on and the black water light says full when we just emptied it.


DSi light coming on is to alert you that the water heater didn't light on propane for one reason or another. Sometimes people just forgot to turn propane on or are out of propane. What happens when you shut it off and turn it back on? (listening and watching from outside with cover open) DO you see or hear sparking?

As far as black water showing full when just emptied, it is most likely a piece of toilet paper inside the tank that is hanging up from top probe on inside of tank, and touching lower probe, thus giving a full reading. This is very common, at all levels. You can buy a rinse wand and rinse inside of tank through toilet to try and wash it off, or live with it for now, and add lots of water or cleaner deodorizer to tank , or buy probe cleaner, or even the old standby, some laundry soap added to tank , then fill tank close to full with water and rock trailer to swish it around, then drain it. Most times, waiting until next dump, and adding lots of water beforehand, will fix it.

Jul 11, 2011 | RTO Atwood DSI-RV Water Heater-6 Gallon

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Hobart commercial under the counter diswasher LXIC Model Number 130016. DELIME light comes on every day at startup. Machine will immediatly run (in DELIME mode I think) for about 5-10 min and then get E4...


The machine is trying to tell you to delime it. After a certain number of wash cycles, the LXI dishwasher reminds you to run a delime cycle (instructions are on a label on the bottom of the dishwasher). Judging from your posting, it's been ignored for quite some time, so you may need to run multiple delime cycles, depending on how much scale is built up inside the machine on the probes, wash arms, rinse arms, drain body (though you can't see this part, heavy scale deposits will cause draining problems). So . . . . get some good strong delimer and run a few delime cycles (talk to your chemical supplier about delimer - don't buy some weak stuff like LIME-A-WAY off the shelf).

Once you've delimed the machine, your E4 code may go away. E4 is the dishwasher's way of telling you that it did not fill properly on the initial fill (when you first turn on the machine). More specifically, it means the dishwasher DID NOT SENSE WATER at the upper probe at the rear right of the tank (there are two probes back there, on one assembly, referred to as the MIDDLE and UPPER water level probes). The probe may be coated with lime causing difficulty sensing water at the probe, so a good deliming may clean the probe and fix the E4 problem (in fact, reach back to the probes and break off any heavy built-up lime/scale deposits before deliming). If the E4 code persists after deliming, watch the pressure gauge on the front of the dishwasher. If the gauge reads lower than the green area, you need to adjust or replace the water pressure regulator. If the E4 problem still persists, replace the probe assembly at the rear of the dishwasher.

Dec 08, 2010 | Hobart LXIC-6 Dishwasher

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Problem with Bezzera Ellise. Internal pressure


1. Possibly the level probes are covered in lime scale. Remove both, check, clean and replace.
2. Inlet valve faulty overfilling tank. Remove outlet side of inlet to tank and check for seepage. Clean/replace as required.
3 Possible board fault not reading the resistance across probes. Try another board.
4. Worst case scenario..... you have got a leak in your heat exchanger causing excess water to flow into tank. This is a nightmare job and expensive to repair. If you need further advice contact Roger on coffeecare44@googlemail.com

Nov 28, 2009 | Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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Leaking on LXIH dishwasher that is level


No. The water level is controlled by two probes inside the back RH corner of the tank. Level the unit with the smallest tilt backwards.

I would closely look at the wash (and rinse arms if equipped). Make sure there is no missing plugs (depends on how old unit is if plugs are used), and that there is no debris inside the wash arm. Debris will cause the water to spray off-line and hit the door seam directly.

Jun 18, 2009 | Hobart 24 in. LXIH-3 Built-in Dishwasher

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Leaks water from bottom of door. Error code E7 ?


I found this and it also may have to do with the door seals...how old is the unit...if door seals get old and stiff..(not soft and pliable) they sometimes leak...after usage the heat and moisture may cause them to swell and or become soft thereby sealing better...but this is what I found in the user manual.

Machine displays "E7" on LX30 model or "CLEAN PROBE" on LX40 model.
1. Clean water sensors inside tank.
It suggests contacting Hobart if this fails but I also found this problem is associated with fill issues...as in an E4 error...this what you do in that case....

Machine won't fill or won't fill high enough(LX18, LX30 display shows "E0," "E2," "E3," or "E4")

1.Low water pressure — check for clogged hose strainer; check that site water pressure meets minimum flow pressures.
2.Make sure probes are clean.
3.No water pressure — main water supply valves may not be working.
4.Drain valve open - turn machine off to drain machine, then on. Repeat twice (this assists in clearing any drain valve obstructions). Wait for machine to reach READY mode and press WASH. Slowly open door several seconds later and note water level. Close door; 30 seconds later, open door slowly and check that water level is the same as it was. If not, repeat the
OFF-ON procedure.
5. Delime machine.

Good Luck and I hope this helps...let me know if it doesn't and i am sure I can get to the bottom of it...thanks for rating my effort...the Fang.

May 19, 2009 | Hobart 24 in. LXIH-3 Built-in Dishwasher

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Hobart lx 40 - problem D 1


Does it show a wrench icon and P1?
error codes are p 1to 3 for probe errors, or E1 to 7 for error codes.
P1 is the probe on the wash tank. It's a thermistor with two black wires to a white connector. There is another on the booster front (P2) and a 3rd on the rear airgap, (p3). You could try exchanging 1 and 3 to see if the fault changes too. You have to drain the booster to swap P2. If it can't determine the wash tank temp, it won't know to control the heat and shows the error.

Mar 20, 2009 | Hobart 25 in. LXIH-4 Built-in Dishwasher

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Operation of digital temperature indicator


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.

Feb 17, 2009 | Hobart AM14C-155 Dishwasher

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Display p1


Look inside the dishwasher and pull out the top screen,stick your head in and look down you will see 2 probes,the one to the left is the sump probe which detects the water level,the probe to the right is the wash tank temperature probe.Clean the left probe with a s.o.s pad and see if this solves your problem,let me know----also are you deliming the machine?

Sep 20, 2008 | Hobart 24 in. LXIH-3 Built-in Dishwasher

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Error 211, 212!!!


Hi Antonyo,
The codes you are getting (211- 212) relate to the boiler tank behind front panel.


210 Temperature probe short circuit Check probe cable (plug contacts)
Replace probe(rinse tank)
Install probe correctly

211 Temperature sensor interruption See 210

212 Actual boiler temperature too high Contactor welded
Incorrect sensor / defective sensor
Check probe / cable (Contact plug II XA5)

Hope this helps ,regards KIT

Jun 06, 2008 | Meiko DV 80.2 Dishwasher

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Jackson 200B Series Commercial Dishwasher Fills With Water and Drains


Could be one of two things. 1 - The cheap fix might be that the probes in the wash tank are dirty. There might be a "coating" on the probes that prevent the sensors from knowing that the water has reached the proper levels. 2- Replace part "Liquid Level Control" - $$

Apr 03, 2008 | Dishwashers

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