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Dish washer repaired!

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Guido

12-06-2018 11:32:06




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Hello

There are pictures, two before and one after fix. Anyone see the fix?

Guido.




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showcrop

12-06-2018 19:05:00




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 Re: Dish washer repaired! in reply to Guido, 12-06-2018 11:32:06  
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Yes Jeffcat, I am always telling people how any horizontal shaft/motor machine like an ADS or a Bosch will outlast pretty much any vertical shaft machine.



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showcrop

12-06-2018 19:01:48




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Yes Jeffcat, I am always telling people how any horizontal shaft/motor machine like an ADS or a Bosch will outlast pretty much any vertical shaft machine.



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jeffcat

12-06-2018 18:26:54




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 Re: Dish washer repaired! in reply to Guido, 12-06-2018 11:32:06  
The commercial Hobart bar glasswashers around here get busted glass in the main pump and the drain evacuation pump. No matter how many times you carefully explain how to lift out the filter screens so little bits of glass don't get down into them. Can't fix that stupid.



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john908

12-09-2018 14:26:53




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 Re: Dish washer repaired! in reply to jeffcat, 12-06-2018 18:26:54  
Where do you service?You work for Hobart?



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Guido

12-06-2018 19:03:07




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 Re: Dish washer repaired! in reply to jeffcat, 12-06-2018 18:26:54  
Hello Jeffcat,

Money in the bank right?

Guido.



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Hobo,NC

12-06-2018 18:06:16




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 Re: Dish washer repaired! in reply to Guido, 12-06-2018 11:32:06  
Would a new solenoid have been a true fix (weak shorted solenoid) ???... Just wondering did you ohm the solenoid for the ell of it... Most of them are in the 100 to 300 range...

Nice job you are a better man than me I am the head dish washer don't mind it at all... You cook it I will gladly clean up your mess :)



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Guido

12-06-2018 19:01:36




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 Re: Dish washer repaired! in reply to Hobo,NC, 12-06-2018 18:06:16  
Hello Hobo,NC,

Did not need to get that high tech. Just a weak spring or a tight door. Got a piece out of a coil spring, put two hooks on it. First time the solenoid just hummed. After a few coil separations,as you can see in the picture, less spring tension,it clicked every time. Washer cycled just fine....clean dishes

Guido.



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hermit

12-06-2018 16:33:57




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 Re: Dish washer repaired! in reply to Guido, 12-06-2018 11:32:06  
I wish someone would fix the dishwasher here. It just happens to be me, and I could sure use some fixing!!



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Guido

12-06-2018 19:12:56




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 Re: Dish washer repaired! in reply to hermit, 12-06-2018 16:33:57  
Hello hermit,

I feel your pain. I am bit more handy then most I guess. Service man would have put it a new pump, which would have fixed it too. Rates around here are$95 for the call plus parts and labor. I saved a few dollars,

GUIDO.



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JF in MI

12-06-2018 13:11:37




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 Re: Dish washer repaired! in reply to Guido, 12-06-2018 11:32:06  
I sure do! Gremlins unplugged the solenoid.



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Rogeriniowa

12-06-2018 13:05:39




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 Re: Dish washer repaired! in reply to Guido, 12-06-2018 11:32:06  
Wire link not traveling to end of slot in plastic. Added spring??



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Guido

12-06-2018 13:46:06




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 Re: Dish washer repaired! in reply to Rogeriniowa, 12-06-2018 13:05:39  
HELLO Rogeriniowa,


I replaced the original spring, you can see it in the other picture. I cut a piece out of a coil spring, also look at the new spring, those spaces IN BETWEEN THE COILS, are TO CHANGE THE TENTION AGAINST THE SOLENOID. Solenoid was not to happy until I did that,

Guido.



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Steve@Advance

12-06-2018 12:50:02




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 Re: Dish washer repaired! in reply to Guido, 12-06-2018 11:32:06  
Solenoid unplugged?

Modified return spring?



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Guido

12-06-2018 15:15:11




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 Re: Dish washer repaired! in reply to Steve@Advance, 12-06-2018 12:50:02  
Hello Steve@advance,


The black spring replaced the original silver one. That spring holds the drain closed in the wash cycle. The solenoid overcomes spring tension, to drain on the finish cycle. It was not strong enough to hold the door shut, so most of the water went out almost as fast as it went in, easy fix. A repair man would have replaced the pump. I think the door seal got hard or swollen through the years. The shaft that the door pivots on was free,

Guido.

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