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My Meiko DV80.2 Final Rinse Temp reaches 180deg but my 180deg temp sensor label does not turn black showing the 180deg has been achieved

Ecolab dishwasher temperature sensor label 180deg is placed on a dish, put into the machine wash & rinse cycles ran ( wash 150deg rinse 180deg) dish removed after process and the label sensor does not trun black showing that the rinse cycle reached the required 180deg

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