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Code e3 on model Lx30c Hobart dishwasher what is this code

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SOURCE: hobart amx/aux-s dishwasher "bof" error code

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

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SOURCE: Hobart dishwasher model LX30H; displays wrench and E4.

Water is not to top sensor in alotted time.
Top sensor is in right rear corner, and is the upper of the two. Check the connector to the probe on the outside at the back. (sometimes gets wet fro vacuum breaker leaking when dirty or low flow pressure. Machine needs 20 psi flow rate

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

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SOURCE: what is p3 code on hobart am15 dishwasher

Our AM15 Hobart dishwasher is showing the wrench symbol. Past answers suggested repalcing the thermistor. I did that. Then I did a hard reset on the dishwasher, but the wrench symbol is still there. The water is only getting to 160 not 180. Now what?

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Hobart dishwasher model LX30H displays -5 on

by the way you're describing the problem, i would have to say there is something wrong with your control board. part#473173 can be bought @ any hobart office in your area. dont forget to vote

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wanted hobart dishwasher model am700 manual, where could I find it

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What is a E3 code on the lxi hobart dishwasher


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Feb 26, 2015 | Hobart 24 in. LXIH-3 Built-in Dishwasher

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Bof fault code


The display of "BoF" on the display is simply a confirmation code to commence the next operation on the dishwasher. It is not a fault code.
Refer manual of a AMX model Hobart dishwasher. If your model is different the general codes are same.

http://www.dishwashers-direct.com/uploads/Operating%20instructions/Hobart/AMX%20RANGE%20OP%20MANUAL.pdf

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What type of detergent is used for a lx30c hobart undercounter dishwasher


What type of detergent is not necessarily important - anything intented for use in commercial dishwashers should be sufficient. A restaurant supply store should have something suitable for you.
Also, in case you don't already know, the LX30C is the non-booster-heater version of the LX30 (LX30H has a booster heater). Without a booster heater, you'll need to use chemical sanitizer. The LX30C should, hopefully, have a sanitizer pump installed to inject chemical sanitizer into the rinsewater stream. Most of these dishwashers also have a detergent pump to inject detergent into the wash tank and rinse aid pump for chemical rinse aid.
If present, these pumps are located in the bottom of the machine. Remove the lower front panel (2 screws) and look for the small, black plastic assemblies with 2 hoses connected to each.

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I would like to get a manual/guidefor dishwasher DW009H from B&Q . Drying does not seem to be very thorough at the end of the cycle. Also the code E3 is showing when finished.


E3 Error Code

Cause: The water heater element does not work properly or the filter mesh is blocked.
Remedy: Clean the filter mesh and if the problem continues please contact service

As far as a manual is concerned, I believe Hobart manufacturers your model and not B&Q. B&Q just sells the unit. You may want to locate a Hobart dealer in your location to try to get the manual. You will probably need one to fix the heater element any how.

Jun 05, 2011 | Dishwashers

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I have a PD code on a Hobart LXI dishwasher. What does that mean


PD is not an error code. It shows that when it draining water out shortly after power-up and when shutting down. If it seems to be showing "PD" longer than usual, it means the dishwasher's control circuitry believes there is still water in the tank, due to a faulty water level probe, most like the one under the lift-out screen. It has a plastic body with a metal probe coming out the center.

There is also a dual probe at the rear of the machine, but I believe the dishwasher uses the front probe to determine when to stop draining the machine during "PD" - most likely meaning "Power Drain" or "Power Draining".

If you are not seeing any E- codes (E1, E2, E3, etc.) then these water level probes are likely just fine and the "PD" is appearing normally, as it should during draining conditions.

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E3 Error code on hobart lx30 dishwasher.


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Jan 21, 2011 | Hobart 24 in. LXIH-3 Built-in Dishwasher

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Hobart glasswasher: code E3, not working, not pulling rinse aid


The error you see is that the dishwashers chemical board (located on the back of the machine) isnt sensing the chemical.First thing to check is remove the lower front panel,2 philip screws.On the left you will see 2 pumps one on top of the other.

They may be marked (det and r/a),turn the dishwasher on these 2 pumps should run.If they dont your pump may be bad or the control board.Run a full cycle to make sure.

If they do run i would make sure the standpipe in the r/a bottle isnt kinked or the tubing.Let me know,i'm a hobart tech.












Apr 11, 2009 | Hobart 24 in. LXIH-3 Built-in Dishwasher

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Hobart LX30 error code wrench & E5


What error code is displayed?e1,e2,e3,e4?I'm a hobart tech let me know.

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Hobart LX30


Hopefully you took the suggestion to run the correct 50 amp 208-240 service to the unit.

Converting the unit to an LX30C has a couple of pitfalls. The LX30C is connected directly to the incoming water supply, which should run 120-140 degrees. By reprogramming the unit as an LX30C, the booster would be disabled, which would mean the incoming water would flow through the de-energized booster and be cooling off while it sits in there between cycles and when the unit is shut down.

The incoming fill plumbing (5/8" heater hose) would have to reconnected from the fill solenoid valve directly to the vacuum breaker on the rear of the unit to bypass the booster heater.

On the 208-240 volt LX18/30/40's, the pump motor, booster heater, and sump heater run on 208-240. To convert it to 120 volts you would have to replace the sump heater and reconfigure the motor wiring in the motor junction box.

By the time this is all done, you've downgraded a great machine, confused the next service guy, and have to deal with nasty chlorine and all of it's headaches.

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Aug 13, 2008 | Hobart 24 in. LXIH-3 Built-in Dishwasher

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Hobart lx30 E3 error


Error Code E3 relates to a problem with the fill. Specifically that the water level has not been recognized at the middle water sensor. This can be caused by a problem with the drain system as you describe, or by low water pressure to the machine (should be 15-25psi flow), or bad wire connection to this middle sensor.
Check for proper water pressure first (should be a gauge on the machine) during the fill. Then check / repair drain as needed. These will probably eliminate the problem

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