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We have and older Jackson model 10 AB at church, used 10 to 20 times per year. The pump motor quit this summer and was replaced by a local appliance service company. About $700 job. Upon using it recently, the first time since the new pump was installed, the RINSE cycle seems very anemic, that is, low volume and low spin rate. The dishes were not completely rinsed. Temperature was correct, 185 degrees. The service person came back to look with no improvement and now the Heaters will not come on either. The motor runs fine, wash cycle is fine, fuses in wall box are fine, other switches are fine, heater switch will not light the red light and heater will not come on. We believe the actual switch to be fine since it shows continuity with switch in 'on" and no continuity in "off."

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Sounds like a wiring problem but it is controled by a thermo to make sure you get to the proper tempt . so ck the connections and mke sure the thermo is good . . and the element is good . ..hope this helps mm .. ps run the dishwasher at least several times a month as sitting to long is not good for it . ( once a week would be even better ..) mm

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