Question about Hobart Dishwashers
I guess I didn't understand your statement of the problem. If you know that the washer has gone through an entire cycle, and it is time to take out the RINSED dishes, yet the washer turns on when you do this, play with the door interlock and the door handle switches. If the cycle seems to have stopped, but you timed it from the beginning of a new cycle and it hasn't done all the steps, and it sprays when you open the door, then you may want to remove the timer motor and clean the contacts/ check for tine damage along with checking the door switches.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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