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No rinse cycle

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The dishwasher is new and it will wash the dishes but it will not go through the rinse cycle.Please advise?

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  • Rob-OES May 11, 2010

    I take it that it will fill with water initially OK. After the pump stops at the end of the wash cycle, does the "RINSE" indicator come up on the display? What is the incoming water pressure? There should be a pressure gauge on the top right of the unit that should have a green band in it. If the incoming pressure is too low the unit may fill, but won't spin the rinse arms.

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MACH. PROB.LOST PROGRAMMING. GO INTO PGM AND SELECT H FOR RINSE

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If it is new, would you not call Hobart for a warranty call? 1-800-444-4764 to reach the nearest branch in Canada.
Seeing it's new it is most probably not programmed correctly. On the control board is factory jumper J5, short thse two pins and press ON on keyboard. when the display shows ty remove short. pressing select on the CB will change the options, pressing up arrow will incriment the change options. first setting is machine type= AS,second is id, hot/cold or plain AM15 only, select H,C,or P.
3rd is tc,auto temp control. The rest will not affect your condition. Press OFF on keyboard to save and exit.

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