20 Most Recent Jet Tech Systems F-22 - Dishwasher, Door Type, high temp. w/built-in " Questions & Answers

The F-22 wash tank heater is controlled by a thermostat that opens or close a relay located in the control panel on the right. the thermostat is located inside the machine next to the wash tank. the thermostat is fixed position and can not be adjusted. the temperature should be 170F max. The thermostat has a bulb attached by a wire. this wire is actually a tube and the bulb is filled with an oil that expends when heated. the bulb is inserted in a cavity in from of the wash tank. You can access this by removing the front panel. If the bulb is not in the cavity, it will produce alot of heat. if the "wire" is broken or just simply the thermostat has become defective than it should be replaced. Search by part number or description

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

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


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


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

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

If this is a common problem then ring the manufacturer, if not you will need to have it replaced.

Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Aug 03, 2010

since i see no brand or make mentioned , I could never begin to guess suggest you call a local repair service

Dishwashers | Answered 2 days ago

Hi, I had the problem on an Omega DW420XA. There are 3 things you need to do before starting on the whole replacing parts palava: 1. Detach the exhaust pipe (usually a grey crinkly pipe) from the sink u-bend. Stick a screw driver into the ubend connector and make sure there is no gunk there blocking it up. 2. Remove the filters at the bottom o the machine and give them a good clean. Stick your fingers into the sump where the water collects and get every last little piece out. You may have to twist your finger into the space around the impeller. 3. Pull the dishwasher forward from under the bench and tilt it forwards. Some water may run out, but this is causing the sensor to think it is not discharging. Note you may have to free the power, inlet and outlet pipes from getting stuck as you pull it forwards. With any luck it will now run (mine did).

Dishwashers | Answered 3 days ago

If it is a high efficiency dishwasher, similar to my Bosch, you have to make sure to add the rinsing agent, such as Jet Dry. These washers will never dry off the dishes without that rinse agent. In addition, I find that the best cycle is actually the shortest cycle. I get a much better results from the 50 minute cycle than I do from even the 2 1/2 hour cycle.

Dishwashers | Answered 3 days ago

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