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Hobart dishwasher lx 30 h

Will not heat to 180 in the rinse cycle or wash cycle

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Did the clean light indicator blinking over n over? check the element wire harness connector. If disconnected fix it and run your dishwasher again.

Also you may check the continuity of your heating element.

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