Question about Jet Tech Systems 24 in. 737 Free-standing Dishwasher
We''ve had 3 dishwashers in our new house, none cleaning dishes. I can tell you that 18" from the dishwasher at the hot water 'T', the water is 135 degrees. A couple of minutes after it enters the dishwasher it is cooled to 107 degrees. It needs to be at least 120 right? Any ideas of how to keep it hot enough. We have a recirculator, but I think it's not on at the moment while we've been trouble shooting. Is it possible that in the 18" of line, that with all dishwashers using so very little water, that the existing water is virtually cold and the little bit that is added only brings it to 107? Help!
The 737 model could run on even lower temperature (80F). Given time, the unit will heat up the water. the trick is to give it time.
That model is made for commercial use, not really for residential. It will not fully drain every cycles. The important thing to keep in mind is to empty the dishwasher (turn it off, pull the stand-pipe out, and drain) every night and left empty. When you want to use the unit, put the plug back in and turn it on, wait 20 to 30 minutes and it should be ready.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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