Question about Hobart Dishwashers
I have a low-temp Hobart Warewasher in a new restaurant. It had a blown fuse, which I replaced. It drains but during the fill it gave a service error.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The answer to this question will be based on the incoming water temperature that is supplied to the booster heater. The standard sizing for a booster heater is based off of a 40 degree F rise (140 degree F incoming water temperature) or a 70 degree F rise (110 degree F incoming water temperature). For a 40 degree F rise, a Hatco model C-5, S-5, or PMG-60 will supply the needed amount of rinse water for the LX-18 Hobart dishwasher. A 70 degree F rise would require a Hatco model C-9, S-9, or PMG-60 to supply the same Hobart model number.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
Most AM-14's use a Parker 3/4" solenoid valve. Readily available from Johnstone Supply, International Commercial Supply, Franklin Machine Products, or Hobart (same part, more expensive). Comes as a whole kit, new diaphragm, strainer, o-ring, and plunger (MUST BE CHANGED).
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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