Question about Jackson 25 in. TempStar HH Free-standing Dishwasher
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.
However it is my professional recommendation that you call a professional to attend to this matter.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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