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    Hobart dishmachine

    Have a Hobart dish machine that is showing a p3 code didnt know if someone had a code list that could tell me what that is.

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    Open or shorted booster thermistor

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    Thank you. Do you know if there is any training manuals available for someone to learn from?

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    Good luck with that, it wound be easier to get into Fort Knox then Hobarts documents

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    Hobart should stick to selling parts and contract out their service. Every time I bid for a contract and I ask who they are using now and they say Hobart I just smile.

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    The local Hobart here gets $200 to show up at your door !

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    That's cheap. I remember when I bought part manuals for their complete line. 6" red binders. That was 25 years ago and it still cost me a grand. I still have those. Maybe I should put them up on eBay

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    I know this is an older post, but here is the part number for all 3 thermistors on that machine.
    part# is 328994

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    we have tons of those plastic hard 3 hole binder books , even some blue ones and VHS tapes

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    any on Beta MAX rember that short lived format

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    Just saw on Linkedin.... Hobart is opening their manuals to the public!!!

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    No way !
    Their more secret then the Secret Mason's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewmaster101 View Post
    Just saw on Linkedin.... Hobart is opening their manuals to the public!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    No way !
    Their more secret then the Secret Mason's.
    Well, I'll be darned!

    https://www.hobartservice.com/media-...ervice-manuals


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