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After the door is raised, the bottom spin arm rotates and sprays hot water on you.

On normal cycle after the cycle ends, when the pump shuts off, and the attendant lifts the door, the bottom rotating spray arm will start to rotate again and has sprayed hot water on an attendant burning her arm.

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SOURCE: Jackson high temp door style. Very hot water

1)Temperature is more than 90-100degree means the steam will comes from the rinse arm automatically (as u indicated thermostat chances is there)
2)check the heater contactor is getting switched off interminently(if it is not getting off problem on thermostat)

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