Jackson 25 in. TempStar HH Free-standing Dishwasher - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


typically 6 gauge is what is needed for that voltage

Jackson 25 in.... | Answered on Aug 08, 2011 | 110 views


Well, while I must admit that "Percussive" maintenance, sometimes works, as you have discovered there is more to servicing than, just "Giving it a good whack" lol.
The problems with these units, is usually to do with the Thermostat, and/or the Main Controller Board, the MCB, is prone to "Spikes". "Surges", and mains borne problems.
The first thing to replace should be the Thermostat and or sensor thermistor. Usually we replace the Thermistor, or Temp Sensor, and, try that first, and if no go, then the Thermostat itself, and then if no go, the main Board. I provide you with a parts supplier below. Below that is the Jackson support website to assist you. Please contact them, and ask for a referral to an authorised repair center. Then ask the repair center for a "Quote" for the repair before allowing any work to commence. If you do not wish to DIY.
http://www.whaleyfoodservice.com/jacksonmachineparts.aspx
http://www.jacksonmsc.com/?xhtml=xhtml/jac/us/en/homepage/default.html&xsl=homepage.xsl

However it is my professional recommendation that you call a professional to attend to this matter.


Jackson 25 in.... | Answered on Aug 28, 2010 | 204 views


Maybe and probably. Speak with your Jackson distributor about this. He probably has a solution for you that is compatable with your equipment.

Thanks for your interest in FixYa.com

Jackson 25 in.... | Answered on Feb 20, 2010 | 92 views


The sensor is a plastic pipe (vacume) / and a ajustable switch. The rise in water causes the air pressure in the pipe to increase and at the set level this stops the water inlet valve. You could disconnect the pipe and blow into it slowly and should hear the switch click. Most faults are the plastic sensor pipe blocked / obstructed and or the switch terminals (inside switch) burnt. This means that the switch must be replaced and should be set for the correct water inlet.

Jackson 25 in.... | Answered on Jan 22, 2010 | 286 views


You will need to take the cover off of the breaker panel. Find the three lugs that the incoming hot wires are hooked to. With three phase you will have three hot lines. Check the voltage between the phases. L1 - L2- L2- L3- and L1 - L3 Also check the voltage from each line to ground. If you havw 120/208 three phase current you will have 208 +or- a few voltage between the phases and 120 or so from each line to ground. If you have 120/240 three phase you will have 240v across the phases and 120 to ground on two legs and 208 to ground on one leg, this is called a "wild" or high leg. You may also have 480v into the shop and you will know that very quickily if you get 480v between phases. No matter if you have another voltage, you can buy a trandformer that can convert whatever you have to 208/120 3 phase for your unit.

Jackson 25 in.... | Answered on Nov 15, 2009 | 126 views


same as anthing being left on

Jackson 25 in.... | Answered on Apr 29, 2009 | 149 views


Hello. If the unit is rated 460v, 3phase, the only way you can get it to meet your supply of 208v, 3phase, is:
a) have a transformer installed to make 460 from your supply by an electrician, or call your power company and see if 460 could be supplied to your building, but it would only be for that machine.
or
b) replace the heating elements for the 208v supply, have the pump motor checked to see if it will work on 208v, and a control transformer for the control circuit, as well as all the wiring related to the pump and heaters, as on 208v, they will draw more current than on 460.
so, can it be done? yes. Is the expense worth it? only you can answer that, However I would suggest that you resell that machine, and get the correct one from the start.

Hope that helps, and thank you.

Jackson 25 in.... | Answered on Jul 14, 2012 | 157 views


ef24c2b.jpgWell, why didn't you say so... Please see attached pic. This is the latest version. The HH design differs only slightly from this. (from this pic, you can't see the difference) Let me know if you require further pics. The machine sits next to me most days...

Jackson 25 in.... | Answered on Sep 02, 2008 | 195 views


You can download the manual you need by going to this link:
http://www.jacksonmsc.com/?xhtml=xhtml/jac/us/en/general/productdownloads_service.html&xsl=productdownloads.xsl
Hope this helps,
Kermit

Jackson 25 in.... | Answered on Aug 22, 2008 | 637 views


please put the dishwasher fan and clean

Jackson 25 in.... | Answered on Apr 06, 2008 | 269 views


hi,im a hobart service tech.couple of things to try (you may already have)--check the wash arms at the seams make sure their not cracked,make sure the drain is sealed and not leaking at all.if the unit loses any water or the wash arms are cracked at the seam the unit will sound like its starving for water.make sure the unit is leveled.next time you go back if its acting up pour a half gallon of water in the tank and see if it runs correctly,if it does you could be losing water or the water fill vave could be acting up and not letting enough water in.let me know.

Jackson 25 in.... | Answered on Apr 06, 2008 | 325 views


Ivy My field is in home appliances. I do fix my own computers and have replaced a few power supplys. The only thing I could say to you is go back and recheck your connections. They should only fit on the bord one way. The other connections for the hard drive and cd drives and so on really dont matter. so good luck and I think if you recheck it all the computer will work.

Jackson 25 in.... | Answered on May 12, 2008 | 1,999 views


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 | 50 views


we have no idea on this it is yours and if the pan goes in then it should work

Jackson... | Answered on Apr 05, 2018 | 35 views


Contact the manufacturer.

FIXYA uses unpaid volunteers throughtout the world who try to answer questions for free. FIXYA volunteers do not work for manufacturers or sell washing machines or other appliances.

Phone: 888.800.5672

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

Online form to send questions:

https://www.jacksonwws.com/contact/



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Jackson... | Answered on Apr 04, 2018 | 28 views


did you think we all live just waiting for you to ask a question??? no we dont we have real jobs too.

Jackson... | Answered on Apr 04, 2018 | 39 views


Your dishwasher is not in operating condition.

Jackson... | Answered on Mar 14, 2018 | 256 views


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 | 61 views


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 | 36 views

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