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The dishwasher and chemical dispenser are 30 years old. The chemical dispenser does not work properly. I think the seals in the tubes are worn. It is an auto chlor model l3. Can I get parts for this dispenser or is there another dispenser that will work with the Hobart AMES 12 dishwasher. The dishwasher works fine.

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  • Charles Barton Dec 09, 2009

    Are there any dispensers that will work with this dishwasher?

  • Charles Barton Dec 10, 2009

    DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE I CAN GET PARTS?

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Http://shopping.yahoo.com/s:Major%20Appliance%20Parts%20&%20Accessories:4168-Brand=Hobart
http://www.electricalsales.co.uk/productlist.asp?man=38
These are the links where you can buy hobart dishwasher parts online. If you want to buy it in a specific shop , please do specify where you live at.

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    Did you check the link.

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Hi,

No there are no parts available for the dispenser from another dispenser which is compatible with your Hobart AMES 12 Dishwasher. The official website to search for the same would be:

http://kitchen.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/hobart_corp/hobart_corp_dishwasher_product_list.html

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Howdy: Stay with the orginal parts to be safe. Some may look alike but small changes could cause problems. Good Luck - Doug

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