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How to put the detergent in Hobart H500 dishwasher?

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SOURCE: Hobart LXIH dishwasher

You can add a small amount commercial dish soap to the wash chamber before pressing the wash button.

Posted on Jul 16, 2010

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I think the best bet would be to contact Hobart, link below.
http://www.hobartservice.com/Manuals/
Why not Micky-mouse one of the containers from Ecolab? Fill them with a suitable detergent, and you should be all good.
As far as i know though, there is no self fill dispensers, that I know of for that exact machine...

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

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SOURCE: what type of detergent is used for a lx30c hobart undercounter dishwasher

What type of detergent is not necessarily important - anything intented for use in commercial dishwashers should be sufficient. A restaurant supply store should have something suitable for you.
Also, in case you don't already know, the LX30C is the non-booster-heater version of the LX30 (LX30H has a booster heater). Without a booster heater, you'll need to use chemical sanitizer. The LX30C should, hopefully, have a sanitizer pump installed to inject chemical sanitizer into the rinsewater stream. Most of these dishwashers also have a detergent pump to inject detergent into the wash tank and rinse aid pump for chemical rinse aid.
If present, these pumps are located in the bottom of the machine. Remove the lower front panel (2 screws) and look for the small, black plastic assemblies with 2 hoses connected to each.

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There should be three colored plastic tubes at the rear of your machine. Red is to be put in a container of liquid detergent, Blue is for rinse aid, and white/clear is for sanitizer. Your chemical salesman should be able to show you how it's done at no charge.

You may also want to register here http://www.hobartservice.com/Manuals/ then download the manuals for the LXi dish machine.

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