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Sounds like the valve itself is stuck open. Shut off the water to the dishmachine, remove the solenoid coil, get a pipe wrench or large crescent wrench and open the top of the rinse valve. Either get some muriatic acid or some strong lime away and clean the internal valve. Make sure to put the parts back in the correct way. The top of the valve has a piston and a spring. DO not lose either of them. The bottom of the valve has a diaphram and a valve seat. remove both of these clean them so that they move freely. Install all the parts exactly like you found them. Tighten down the valve, put the coil back on and turn on the water

Jackson... | Answered on May 25, 2019

Contact the manufacturer.

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Phone: 888.800.5672

Mailing Address:
6209 N U.S. Hwy 25E
Gray, KY 40734

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Jackson... | Answered on Apr 04, 2018

THIS could be your huckleberry! It is item 3 of suspects...
Also note ITEM 7, "heater delay relay"?

Disconnecting and reconnecting MAY be resetting that relay!?


BEFORE the heater element can be energized, the rinse
booster heater MUST be initially filled with water. Damage to
the heater element will occur if the element is not submerged
in water!

Here's your thermostat:

Jackson 5930-003-13-65 THERMOSTAT,
120-170 DEGREE "WAS"

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Jackson 5930 003 13 65 THERMOSTAT 120 170 DEGREE WAS
$137.11 plus shipping


eBay: Jackson thermostat 5930-003-06-48 175-195F
Item location: Camano Island, Washington, United States
Get your MANUAL here:


text: 'TEMP WASH AND RINSE: 120 degrees'
>>> 140 degrees recommended for BOTH (see page 3). <<<

TROUBLESHOOTING on Page 16 and 17!

"Wash temperature not at required reading."

1. Check that white/blue wires are connected.
2. Defective thermometer.
3. Defective thermostat.
4. Rinse heater defective.
5. Defective heater contactor (R2).
6. Incoming inlet water temperature below required minimum. 7. Defective heater delay relay (R4)

See ANOTHER GREAT troubleshooting chart here!


$50 please... JUST KIDDING

Jackson Delta 5... | Answered on Feb 04, 2018

Is it possible someone has accidentally leant on the door? I would take side panels off and check if hinges are bent

Jackson... | Answered on Jan 12, 2018

Try Ali Baba web site they have a lot of hard to find parts you must use any numbers on original part or mfg part # .

Jackson 10APRB... | Answered on Jan 10, 2018

You have neglected to include the model number which you must have if you have the manual. Jackson produced a number of models. That said, here is a site that may help you because it shows where parts go in a schematic:

Wash Rinse Assembly

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Jackson... | Answered on Nov 18, 2017

all height modifications are possible i dont care what anyone else says it can be done.

If you need further help, reach me via phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/scott_8b3f0f0fc5f566a7

Jackson... | Answered on Sep 18, 2017

google the manufacturer for user manual and parts information
as for quality detergents there are catering and commercial cleaning outlets that will have the products that meet standards
you have to decide on the quality verses cost that still meets standards

Jackson JP-24B... | Answered on Sep 18, 2017

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