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Jackson high temp door style. Very hot water continues to spray from the rinse arms after the dishmachine has finished its cycle. Very hot water will spray from the rinse arms even when the dishmachine has been idle for a period of time. I noticed that one of the terminals on the rinse thermostat has an arc (burn) mark on it. Can the rinse thermostat be at fault?

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1)Temperature is more than 90-100degree means the steam will comes from the rinse arm automatically (as u indicated thermostat chances is there)
2)check the heater contactor is getting switched off interminently(if it is not getting off problem on thermostat)

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