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Hobart am-14 the water won't shut off on the wash/rinse arms on the hobart am-14,,, is there a valve that i should be looking for to fix this problem?

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Facing front of machine top right near pressure guage there is an electric solenoide valve , you must change the kit inside it is eighter diaphram type or piston type, you must shut off the water inlet before servicing, then undu the 4 bolts on the top of the valve to see if it is diaphram or piston
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