Question about Hobart Dishwashers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It means that the final rinse thermistor is bad.Your not getting 180 degrees---right?Its located on the booster and costs about $65.I work for hobart.Any ?
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
press the 1st and third buttons on the display nxt to the start button then press the start button,this will change the the display to something like BOF1 then allow the achine to fill the rinse tank you will know when this has happened as the display will go out (all of it) then you can turn on the machine using the button marked with a I the start button will light red allow it to go green and you are ready to go ... if when you are boffing it it changes to FIL the your water pressure is to low good luc fella
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
tried to take off the drain hose, but could not get it off the back, only by the disposal. I turned if off and on about 6 times and ran the delime cycle with lots of limeaway. It got the E5 error on the delime cycle, but it worked the next time I tried to run it.
The manual does say to turn it off and on as it drains out the water. Takes a while as it has to heat up the water each time.
Posted on May 20, 2009
SOURCE: P1 error code on LX30 Hobart
This is a bad sump temperature probe. The unit will function, but will not heat nor display the wash water temperature.
This is a very easy fix. Order Hobart part number 328994 from your nearest Hobart parts dept.
Turn off and drain the unit. Kill the power to the unit at the circuit breaker. Remove the lower front cover. Locate the screw-in temperature probe at the front of the sump. Unplug the sensor from the wiring harness, remove with a 7/16" open end wrench. Screw in the new probe, using teflon tape of the threads, snuggly. It does not need to be super tight. Plug it into the harness, reinstall the front cover, turn the breaker back on, and start up the unit.
TURN THE BREAKER OFF AS EVEN WITH THE UNIT "OFF" THERE WILL BE 120 VOLTS PRESENT AT THE SUMP HEATER (yellow wires) DUE TO ONLY ONE LEG OF POWER BEING SWITCHED OFF!
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
Testimonial: "You were right! can you help mr with a P2 error code?"
Contact your local chemical supplier such as EcoLab or AutoChlor to purchase the proper chemicals. Use ONLY commercal dish washing chemicals. Residential detergents like Cascade do not dissolve fast enough and WILL, in time, cause you trouble if used in the LXi.
There should be three colored plastic tubes at the rear of your machine. Red is to be put in a container of liquid detergent, Blue is for rinse aid, and white/clear is for sanitizer. Your chemical salesman should be able to show you how it's done at no charge.
You may also want to register here http://www.hobartservice.com/Manuals/ then download the manuals for the LXi dish machine.
All the best.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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