Question about Hobart Dishwashers
What years is my hobart dishwasher from if the date code is MR
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rinse not hot enough
145 degree is just your hot water temp and that your dishwasher hot water booster is not working assuming that this machine has worked in the past to produce final rinse water above 180 degrees. Remove the bottom panel and to the right you will see the booster tank, look for a nickel size component with a small red button on it. Try pushing on it to reset it. If that does not work, check for voltage at your heating element on your booster tank. (the thicker wires) If voltage is present then your heating elements need replacing.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
press the 1st and third buttons on the display nxt to the start button then press the start button,this will change the the display to something like BOF1 then allow the achine to fill the rinse tank you will know when this has happened as the display will go out (all of it) then you can turn on the machine using the button marked with a I the start button will light red allow it to go green and you are ready to go ... if when you are boffing it it changes to FIL the your water pressure is to low good luc fella
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
Our AM15 Hobart dishwasher is showing the wrench symbol. Past answers suggested repalcing the thermistor. I did that. Then I did a hard reset on the dishwasher, but the wrench symbol is still there. The water is only getting to 160 not 180. Now what?
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
SOURCE: I have a PD code
PD is not an error code. It shows that when it draining water out shortly after power-up and when shutting down. If it seems to be showing "PD" longer than usual, it means the dishwasher's control circuitry believes there is still water in the tank, due to a faulty water level probe, most like the one under the lift-out screen. It has a plastic body with a metal probe coming out the center.
There is also a dual probe at the rear of the machine, but I believe the dishwasher uses the front probe to determine when to stop draining the machine during "PD" - most likely meaning "Power Drain" or "Power Draining".
If you are not seeing any E- codes (E1, E2, E3, etc.) then these water level probes are likely just fine and the "PD" is appearing normally, as it should during draining conditions.
Posted on Feb 23, 2011
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