Question about Hobart SR24-H Built-in Dishwasher
If I can not get the scale off the heating element I might need to replace. Also the wash arms had rubber plugs on the end and they are gone can I get them replaced or should I just upgrade to the pluless type arms?
Heating elements don't need to "look" clean to work proper. I would use a wire brush to remove the looser stuff, and ignore the rest. A thin scale layer is not a big deal for an element.
I'd stick with the rubber plugs. They work pretty good if you get them in all the way. New arms would be pretty expensive. Just buy a few extra plugs. And don't cut yourself installing them!!
Posted on May 10, 2008
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