Question about Dishwashers
I have a Jacuzzi Cara II. I beleive it model # is 4960000. serial #283274. I don't have an owners manual or any info on how it should operate. It won't operate at all. I filled the tub to about 4'' above the discharge ports and have checked the connections, all seems to be in order. The voltage coming in reads about 120V. Were do I go from here? Thanks, Sig P.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Not enough water
Be aware that you should remove dishwasher's power cable before touching wires or making resistance measuring !!! Check that the inlet valve get power. In case it does and no water entering the tub, check with multi-meter for solenoid's resistance (disconnect first the wires to it),if no measurement result, you should replace the valve. In case you have a measurement result, remove the solenoid from the valve and check that it's clean from any dirt. In case there is no power to the inlet valve - check that the float switch works. This is usually a small switch attached to a float. The float (usually a cylindrical) located inside the dishwasher at the bottom. As the water level rises, the float rises too. When it reaches the certain height, the float activates its switch, which cuts the electricity to the water inlet valve. If the switch is defective (stuck in the disconnected position)it will prevent power from the inlet valve. The switch is an On/Off switch and you can check it easily by a multi-metr. Good luck !!
Posted on Jun 08, 2006
SOURCE: Dishwasher not working
Difficult to say for certain exactly what will fix your problem but it is not out of the realm of possibility that the inlet valve is sticking closed.. The repairman may have given it a tap to free it up so that when it was energized.. it opened and let water in for the wash cycle..Just because that valve wasn't clogged doesn't mean it wouldn't stick.. If you can access it .. try giving it a light tap on the housing when the DW is cycling.. Hope that gets you going..
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
SOURCE: need a users manual
I think what you're looking at are the part numbers for the heater and control systems used in some Jacuzzi hot tubs rather than the Jacuzzi model number. I ran into the same issue and discovered through some cross-referencing on the web (jacuzzi parts suppliers) that this is the part number control unit made by Balboa. Odds are they were used in multiple Jacuzzi models.
My suggestion: Look here http://clearcreekspas.com/model_id.html to identify the control panel for your Jacuzzi and then follow the link to the correct manual. Some cover multiple models so you will need to know the electrical requirements of yours (120 V or 240 V?) and then check the layout of each tub shell to determine which model is yours.
I figured out mine is a Jacuzzi Essence Model 350 this way.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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