20 Most Recent Jet Tech Systems 24 in. 737 Free-standing Dishwasher Questions & Answers


The reason the temperature are going up is the heating system is defective. The thermostat on the booster (rinse) is not satisfied. First thing to verify is the contactor that is activated by the rinse thermostat. Often one of the wires on the contactor will burn.

Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Dec 29, 2013


YOur best bet is still the electrician.

However, I would get him to go through the electric diagrams contained in this website. Scroll down to the F-22 model. He will need to check if the model is single or 3 phase mains. It is likely the Earth connection has come loose.

Once you get him there he can also call Jet Tech support (see the phone no. on the website) explaining the problem. They are based in Canada but have a toll free support line.

I hope this helps and you can get back to operations soon. It must be a big inconvenience to your business not being able to get the dishes washed.

Please rate the solution if this helps.

Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Oct 08, 2010


Ouch.

Before you start changing all sort of parts, correct your problem with the wires. You may have to change most of them, depending on how bad the chemical burned tru them.

A good cleaning is required because that soap is going to continue chewing on those wires.

You're right about a short causing other component failure. But first repair those wires

Robert Marsolais

Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Oct 09, 2008


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.

Robert Marsolais

Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Aug 01, 2008


the heater in the unit is supposed to heat both the wash water and the rinse water.
if it is not, then you have a problem in a controller or an element.
how are you determining the temperature and are you waiting for the unit to signal ready before you test it?

mark evans

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Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Aug 01, 2008


a plug can be warm. if it is hot to the touch, stop using it and have the machine checked and the receptacle check by a qualified technician.

Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Sep 02, 2014


for models equipped with a drain pump;
verify that the pump is not clogged. if it hums during the fill cycle or rinse cycle then something is lodged inside. If it doesn't then it needs to be replaced.
for models without the drain pump;
something is interfering with the water flow. when the stand pipe is removed, the tank should empty in about one minute.

Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Sep 02, 2014


Most Jet-Tech dishwashers has one adjustable rinse thermostat and one fixed wash thermostat. The wash thermostat can be substituted with an adjustable thermostat. Location depends on the model. F-18 are located on top. F-22 are located under next to the wash tank. Search by part number or description

Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Jul 15, 2014


On the F-14, the booster thermostat must be satisfied. The rinse thermostat must work properly and or the rinse heater. follow the diagram. This kind of troubleshooting is done by qualified technician. Remember to unplug the unit before opening the panels. It could be just a burnt wire on the rinse booster heater connection.
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Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Jul 15, 2014


The detergent system on the Jet-Tech machine are all very similar. Near the solenoid valve under the machine, beside the drain connection, there are two wires, one red and one blue. Those wire will run the detergent pump when the machine calls for water. Two tube are attached to the pump. when looking at the pump from the front or clear plastic can be seen, the tube on the left (arrow going up) is connected to the container with the detergent. the tube on the right (arrow down) is connected to the back of the unit to inject the detergent into the tank. Some precaution should be taken to assure that the connections are tight and not leaking. if the tube shows signs of crystals inside, it should be replaced as the detergent as crystallized within. Search by part number or description

Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Jul 15, 2014


If the machine will fill on its own when it is empty then the rinse cam on the timer is defective

Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Dec 29, 2013


No idea as i would either make my own or go to general store in alicante and ask the nice man if he has anything that would do the job if the original parts were not available

Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Dec 25, 2011


www.jet-tech.com/products/F-18DP/f18_tech_manual.pdf

Copy and paste that link into your internet address bar or type it in.
That is your manual

Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Sep 22, 2010



Hi,

That is not that hard to fix and you can easily buy the parts yourself online...

Here is a tip that will help you with the online buying...

How to Buy Appliance Parts Online

heatman101

Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Sep 01, 2010

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