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Rinse temp too low, first it comes up to 180 degrees and then drops to wash tank temperature, WHY?

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Hello,
The rinse temp only reaches 180 degrees for a couple of seconds towards the end of the cycle. This will sanitize all warewash and meets most health code regulations. The rinse water temp will drop rapidly as it is incorporated in to the machine and sprayed on the dishes.
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