If you are still experiencing the H0005 temperature fault alarm on your Meiko dishwasher after replacing the PT100 sensors, there may be a problem with the dishwasher's control panel or other internal components.
Some potential causes for this problem include:
- The control panel may be faulty. If the control panel is not functioning properly, it may not be able to read the temperature sensors correctly and generate the H0005 error.
- The wiring for the temperature sensors may be damaged or disconnected. Check the wiring to ensure it is secure and in good condition.
- The dishwasher's heating element or other internal components may be faulty. If the heating element or other components are not functioning properly, the dishwasher may not be able to maintain the correct temperature during the rinse cycle.
If you are unsure how to check for and address these potential causes, you may want to consult the user manual for your Meiko dishwasher or contact the manufacturer for assistance.