Can someone tell me what determines the water levels in the wash and rinse tanks? The only manual I have is the replacement parts manual. I'm showing two floats in the wash tank and one float in the rinse tank. In addition, I'm showing two probes in the wash tank and one probe in the rinse tank. One probe in the wash tank is a 2-wire probe & switch assembly (water level) and one is a 4-wire probe & switch assembly (temperature & water level). The one probe in the rinse tank is either a 2-wire or a 4-wire probe & switch assembly. The parts breakdown shows both. I'm fairly certain one or both floats are to prevent the heating elements from energizing if the water level is too low, but I'm not sure if they control the fill level in the tanks. I don't think they do. I'm thinking the probes do that.
I've tried talking to Hobart technical support, but the guy I talked to wasn't very helpful and basically, he treated me like I was an idiot. He did, however, tell me that the rinse tank was a slave to the wash tank and hinted that I might have water pressure issues, but that's as far as he would go.
Thanks in advance for any guidance you can offer.