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The Dish Washer is Not Hot enough

It seems like my Jet Tech dish washer is not hot enough to clean the dishes. The temperature is only 60 degrees. It suppose to be 71 degrees. This Machine is 1 and a half year old.What is the solution to adjust the temperature?

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If an adjustable thermostat is provided adjust the dial. If it is an electronic type, check the sensor with a correct part no.

Refer user guide also for the adjustments.

Posted on May 27, 2010

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