installation, operation, and service manual

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DISHSTAR HT/LT
INSTALLATION, OPERATION,
AND SERVICE MANUAL
DISHSTAR® SERIES UNDERCOUNTER DISHMACHINES
DishStar® HT/LT Manual • 07610-004-37-13-G
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
ONE YEAR LIMITED PARTS AND LABOR WARRANTY
ALL NEW JACKSON DISHWASHERS ARE WARRANTED TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER TO BE FREE FROM DEFECTS IN
MATERIAL OR WORKMANSHIP, UNDER NORMAL USE AND OPERATION, FOR A PERIOD OF (1) ONE YEAR FROM DATE OF
PURCHASE, BUT IN NO EVENT TO EXCEED (18) EIGHTEEN MONTHS FROM DATE OF SHIPMENT FROM THE FACTORY.
Jackson WWS agrees under this warranty to repair or replace, at its discretion, any original part which fails under normal use
due to faulty material or workmanship during the warranty period, providing the equipment has been unaltered, and has been
properly installed, maintained, and operated in accordance with the applicable factory instruction manual and failure is reported
to an authorized service agency within the warranty period. This includes the use of factory-specified genuine replacement parts,
purchased directly from a Jackson-authorized parts distributor or service agency. Use of generic replacement parts may create a
hazard and void warranty certification.
The labor to repair or replace such failed part will be paid by Jackson WWS, within the continental United States, Hawaii, and Canada,
during the warranty period provided a Jackson WWS authorized service agency, or those having prior authorization from the factory,
performs the service. Any repair work by persons other than a Jackson WWS authorized service agency is the sole responsibility of
the customer. Labor coverage is limited to regular hourly rates; overtime premiums and emergency service charges will not be paid
by Jackson WWS.
Accessory components not installed by the factory carry a (1) one year parts warranty only. Accessory components such as table limit
switches, pre-rinse units, etc. that are shipped with the unit and installed at the site are included. Labor to repair or replace these
components is not covered by Jackson WWS.
This warranty is void if failure is a direct result from shipping, handling, fire, water, accident, misuse, acts of God, attempted repair by
unauthorized persons, improper installation, if serial number has been removed or altered, or if unit is used for a purpose other than
originally intended.
TRAVEL LIMITATIONS
Jackson WWS limits warranty travel time to (2) two hours and mileage to (100) one-hundred miles. Jackson WWS will not pay for
travel time and mileage that exceeds this, or any additonal fees—such as those for air or boat travel—without prior authorization.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
To register your product, go to www.jacksonwws.com or call 1-888-800-5672. Failure to register your product will void the warranty.
REPLACEMENT PARTS WARRANTY
Jackson replacement parts are warranted for a period of (90) ninety days from date of installation or (180) one-hundred-eighty
days from the date of shipment from the factory, whichever occurs first.
PRODUCT CHANGES AND UPDATES
Jackson WWS reserves the right to make changes in the design and specification of any equipment as engineering or necessity
requires.
THIS IS THE ENTIRE AND ONLY WARRANTY OF JACKSON WWS. JACKSON’S LIABILITY ON ANY CLAIM OF ANY KIND,
INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE, WITH RESPECT TO THE GOODS OR SERVICES COVERED HEREUNDER, SHALL IN NO CASE
EXCEED THE PRICE OF THE GOODS OR SERVICES OR PART THEREOF WHICH GIVES RISE TO THE CLAIM.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING FOR FITNESS OR MERCHANTABILITY, THAT ARE
NOT SET FORTH HEREIN, OR THAT EXTEND BEYOND THE DURATION HEREOF. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL
JACKSON WWS BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE, DIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL, OR FOR DAMAGES IN THE
NATURE OF PENALTIES, ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE ANY OF ITS PRODUCTS.
ITEMS NOT COVERED
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER CLEANING OR DELIMING OF THE UNIT OR ANY COMPONENT SUCH AS, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, WASH ARMS, RINSE ARMS, OR STRAINERS AT ANYTIME. NOR DOES IT COVER ADJUSTMENTS SUCH
AS, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, TIMER CAMS, THERMOSTATS, OR DOORS BEYOND (30) THIRTY DAYS FROM THE DATE OF
INSTALLATION. IN ADDITION, THE WARRANTY WILL ONLY COVER REPLACEMENT WEAR ITEMS SUCH AS CURTAINS,
DRAIN BALLS, DOOR GUIDES, OR GASKETS DURING THE FIRST (30) THIRTY DAYS AFTER INSTALLATION. ALSO,
NOT COVERED ARE CONDITIONS CAUSED BY THE USE OF INCORRECT (NON-COMMERICAL) GRADE DETERGENTS,
INCORRECT WATER TEMPERATURE OR PRESSURE, OR HARD WATER CONDITIONS.
REVISION HISTORY
Revision
Letter
Revision
Date
Made by
Applicable ECNs
Details
A
7-18-16
JH
N/A
Initial release of the manual.
B
11-30-16
JH
N/A
Added LT and LT-H units.
C
12-13-16
JH
N/A
Updated Operating Parameters on pg. 3.
Added Drain Quench Kit and P/N to pg. 52.
Updated the Go Box kit, pg. 55.
D
3-6-17
JH
N/A
Updated pg. 42 with new motor and assembly P/Ns.
E
5-16-17
JH
8511
Updated water line connection information.
Changed wording in the chemical feeder pump programming section to
indicate changes are lost if closed without saving.
Removed item #25 from pg. 47.
Changed Discharge Hose to 05700-004-43-76 in the Wash Manifold
Assembly.
Added 05700-004-36-95 to HT Display page.
Added a Plumbing Options page.
F
6-6-17
JH
N/A
Corrected wash motor amps for LT/LT-H on Electrical Requirements page.
G
7-10-17
JH
N/A
Added 05940-002-78-97 to HT Control Panel page.
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NOMENCLATURE
DISHSTAR® HT
Undercounter dishmachine; high-temperature, hot-water
sanitizing, with a booster tank and
detergent and rinse-aid chemical feeder pumps.
DISHSTAR® LT
Undercounter dishmachine; low-temperature, chemicalsanitizing, with detergent, rinse-aid, and sanitizer chemical
feeder pumps.
DISHSTAR® LT-H
Undercounter dishmachine; low-temperature with wash tank
heater, chemical-sanitizing, with detergent, rinse-aid, and
sanitizer chemical feeder pumps.
The manufacturer provides
technical support for all of
the dishmachines detailed
in this manual. We strongly
recommend that you refer to
this manual before making a
call to our technical support
staff. Please have this manual
open when you call so that our
staff can refer you, if necessary,
to the proper page. Technical
support is not available on
holidays. Contact technical
support toll free at
1-888-800-5672.
Technical support is available
for service personnel only.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
GUIDES
Guide to Symbols.............................................................................................................................. 1
Guide to Abbreviations & Acronyms.................................................................................................. 1
SPECIFICATIONS
Machine Dimensions......................................................................................................................... 2
Operating Parameters....................................................................................................................... 3
Electrical Requirements.................................................................................................................... 4
INSTALLATION
Installation Instructions...................................................................................................................... 5
Inspection......................................................................................................................... 5
Unpacking......................................................................................................................... 5
Plumbing........................................................................................................................... 5
Water Supply Connections............................................................................................... 5
Pressure Regulator........................................................................................................... 6
Shock Absorber................................................................................................................ 6
Connecting the Drain Line................................................................................................ 6
Plumbing Check................................................................................................................ 6
Electrical Power Connections........................................................................................... 7
Voltage Check................................................................................................................... 7
Surrounding Area.............................................................................................................. 7
Thermostats...................................................................................................................... 7
Chemical Feeder Equipment............................................................................................ 8
Preparing Chemical Feeder Pumps.................................................................................. 8
Priming Chemical Feeder Pumps..................................................................................... 8
Programming Chemical Feeder Pumps............................................................................ 9
Leveling...........................................................................................................................11
Heater Contactor Wires (HT Only)...................................................................................11
OPERATION
Operating Instructions..................................................................................................................... 13
Preparation..................................................................................................................... 13
Filling the Wash Tub....................................................................................................... 13
Ware Preparation............................................................................................................ 14
Washing a Rack of Ware................................................................................................ 14
Operational Inspection.................................................................................................... 14
Shutdown & Cleaning..................................................................................................... 14
Deliming.......................................................................................................................... 17
Detergent Control........................................................................................................... 18
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
MAINTENANCE
Preventative Maintenance............................................................................................................... 19
TROUBLESHOOTING
Common Problems.......................................................................................................................... 20
PARTS
HT Control Panel............................................................................................................................. 22
LT Control Panel.............................................................................................................................. 23
LT-H Control Panel.......................................................................................................................... 24
HT Display Panel............................................................................................................................. 25
LT Display Panel.............................................................................................................................. 26
LT-H Display Panel.......................................................................................................................... 27
Terminal Block Box Assembly......................................................................................................... 28
HT Chemical Feeder Pump Assembly............................................................................................ 29
HT Chemical Feeder Pump Components....................................................................................... 30
LT/LT-H Chemical Feeder Pump Assembly..................................................................................... 31
LT/LT-H Peri-pump Track Assembly................................................................................................ 32
HT Plumbing Assemblies................................................................................................................ 33
LT/LT-H Plumbing Assemblies......................................................................................................... 35
Plumbing Options............................................................................................................................ 37
Vacuum Breaker ............................................................................................................................. 38
Wash Manifold Assembly................................................................................................................ 39
Motor & Pump Assembly................................................................................................................. 41
Rinse Arm & Wash Arm Assemblies................................................................................................ 43
Thermostat & Rinse Tank Assembly................................................................................................ 45
Door Assembly................................................................................................................................ 46
Miscellaneous Door Components................................................................................................... 48
Frame & Panel Components........................................................................................................... 50
Miscellaneous Parts........................................................................................................................ 52
Stands & Components.................................................................................................................... 53
HTS-11 (Scale Prevention & Corrosion Device).............................................................................. 54
Go Box Kit....................................................................................................................................... 55
LT-H Optional Heater Components................................................................................................. 56
LT/LT-H Vacuum Switch Assembly.................................................................................................. 57
LT/LT-H Vacuum Switch Assembly Install........................................................................................ 58
SCHEMATICS
DishStar® HT 208-240 V, 50/60 Hz, 1/3 Phase............................................................................... 59
DishStar® LT/LT-H 115 V, 50/60 Hz, 1 Phase.................................................................................. 60
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GUIDES
GUIDES
SYMBOLS
!
- risk of injury to personnel.
!
- risk of damage to equipment.
WARNING
CAUTION
- risk of electrical shock.
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- reference data plate.
- caustic chemicals.
- ground wire.
- lockout electrical power.
NOTICE
- important note.
ABBREVIATIONS & ACRONYMS
ANSI - American National Standards Institute
GHT - Garden Hose Thread
GPM - Gallons per Minute
GPG - Grains per Gallon
HP - Horse Power
Hz - Hertz
ID - Inside Diameter
kW - Kilowatts
NFPA - National Fire Protection Association
NPT - National Pipe Thread
PSI - Pounds per Square Inch
V - Volts
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MACHINE DIMENSIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
LEGEND
LEGEND
AA-- Water
WaterInlet
Inlet- 1/2" Female Pipe Thread
2 -1/2" AFF (Connection to a true 1/2" ID water Line)
(3/4" Male GHT, connect to true 1/2" ID line, 110 °F minimum)
24 3/16"
(615 mm)
FRONT
B- Electrical Connection
B- Electrical Connection
C- Drain Connection- 6' coiled Drain Hose.
Shipped inside machine. Must be installed
C - no
Drain
moreConnection
than 24" AFF
(1" ID, 1 3/8" OD)
18 1/2"
(470 mm)
All dimensions from floor can be increased
1" with
adjustablefrom
feet supplied.
All
dimensions
the floor can be increased 1" with the
machine's adjustable feet.
33 5/16"
(846 mm)
B
A
3/8"
(1 mm)
2 3/4"
(70 mm)
1/4"
(7 mm)
Wall Clearance
BACK
52 3/8"
(1330 mm)
TOP
B
18 1/2"
(470 MM)
2 1/8"
(54 mm)
C
A
8 5/8"
(220 mm)
1 5/8"
(41 mm)
3 5/8"
(18 mm)
1 7/8"
(48 mm)
10 1/2"
(267 mm)
*All dimensions are for reference only and are subject to change without notice.
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OPERATING PARAMETERS
SPECIFICATIONS
Operating Capacity:
HT
LT/LT-H
Racks per Hour
Dishes per Hour
Glasses per Hour
Gallons per Rack
Gallons per Hour
24
600
864
1.1
26.4
24
600
864
1.2
28.8
Tank Capacity (Gallons):
Wash Tank
Rinse Tank
1.1
3.0
1.2
N/A
Electrical Loads (as applicable):
Wash Motor HP
Rinse Heater kW
Wash Heater kW
NOTICE
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1.0
6.7 (208 V)/8.2 (230 V)
N/A
1.0
N/A
1.5
Always refer to the machine data plate for specific electrical and water
requirements. The material provided on this page is for reference only and is
subject to change without notice.
HOT WATER SANITIZING
Water Temperatures (°F):
Minimum Wash Temperature
Minimum Rinse Temperature
Minimum Incoming Water Temperature
150
180
110
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
120
120
120
20 ± 5
6.6
3/4" GHT
1/2"
1" ID
1 3/8" OD
N/A
20 ± 5
6.6
3/4" GHT
1/2"
1" ID
1 3/8" OD
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CHEMICAL SANITIZING
Water Temperatures (°F):
Minimum Wash Temperature
Minimum Rinse Temperature
Minimum Incoming Water Temperature
Other Water Requirements:
Water Flow Pressure (PSI)
Flow Rate Minimum (GPM)
Water Line Connection Size (NPT)
Water Line Size (NPT)
Drain Line Size (NPT)
Minimum Chlorine Required (PPM)
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
SPECIFICATIONS
NOTICE
Electrical Characteristics
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DishStar® HT
All electrical ratings provided in this manual are for reference
only. Always refer to the machine data plate to get exact electrical
information for this machine. All electrical work performed on
machines should be done in accordance with applicable
local, state, territorial, and national codes. Work should only
be performed by qualified electricians and authorized service
agents.
VOLTS
208
230
PHASE
1
1
FREQ
60
60
WASH
MOTOR
AMPS
5.0 A
5.0 A
RINSE
HEATER
AMPS
32.2 A
35.7 A
TOTAL
LOAD
37.2 A
40.7 A
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Note that all electrical wiring used in the DishStar series of
machines must be rated, at a minimum, for 212 °F (100 °C), and
that only copper conductors must be used.
Where applicable, heating element amperage draws have been
adjusted for the assumed input voltage. The manufacturer
assumes incoming voltages will be either 208 or 230 Volts. Some
heating elements used in the machines are rated for other voltages,
such as 240 Volts and 480 Volts. Always verify the amperage
draw of the machine in operation when sizing circuit protection.
If the dishmachine is equipped with the optional rinse heater, note
the rinse heater might have its own electrical connection and
require a separate service. Amperage loads for motors and heaters
are indicated on the machine data plate.
The electrical configurations of the DishStar® series of machines
are as follows:
Available Electrical Characteristics:
HT
• 208 V, 60 Hz, Single-phase
• 230 V, 60 Hz, Single-phase
LT/LT-H
• 115 V, 60 Hz, Single-phase
Available Wash Tank Heaters:
• 1.5 kW (LT-H Only)
*The DishStar® LT-H is designed so that the wash motor is never
running when the wash heater is on. Total Load is based on the
higher of the two loads.
DishStar® LT
DishStar® LT-H
VOLTS
115
VOLTS
115
PHASE
1
PHASE
1
FREQ
60
FREQ
60
WASH
MOTOR
AMPS
10.0 A
WASH
MOTOR
AMPS
10.0 A
TOTAL
LOAD
10.0 A
WASH
HEATER
AMPS
13.1 A
TOTAL
LOAD
13.1 A*
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INSTALLATION
INSPECTION
Do not throw away
container if damage is
evident!
INSTRUCTIONS
Before installing the unit, check packaging and machine for damage. Damaged
packaging might be an indication of damage to the machine. If there is any type
of damage to both packaging and unit, do not throw away the packaging. The
dishmachine has been inspected at the factory before shipping and is expected to
arrive in new, undamaged condition. However, rough handling by carriers or others
might result in damage to the unit while in transit. If this occurs, do not return the unit to
the manufacturer. Instead, contact the carrier and ask them to send a representative
to the site to inspect the damage and request that an inspection report be completed.
Contact the carrier within 48 hours of receiving the machine as well as the dealer that
sold you the unit.
UNPACKING
The machine should be unboxed and removed from the pallet before installing. Open
the front door and remove all of the materials from inside. Once unpacked, verify there
are no missing parts. If a part is missing, contact the manufacturer immediately.
PLUMBING
All plumbing connections must be made to adhere to local, state, territorial, and
national codes. The installing plumber is responsible for ensuring the incoming
water lines are flushed of debris before connecting to the machine. Note that chips
and materials from cutting processes can become lodged in the solenoid valves
and prevent them from opening or closing. Any valves that are found to be fouled
or defective because of foreign matter left in the water line, and any subsequent
damage, are not the responsibility of the manufacturer.
The plumber must flush
the incoming water line!
A water hardness test
must be performed.
WATER SUPPLY
CONNECTIONS:
WATER HARDNESS
HIGHER THAN
5 GPG
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A water hardness test must be performed. A hardness test kit can be found on the
warning tag that is attached to the incoming plumbing connection on the back of the
machine. If water hardness is higher than 5 GPG, install a water softener or install the
optional HTS-11 (scale prevention and corrosion control). See the Plumbing Options
page for more information on the HTS-11.
If water hardness is higher than 5 GPG and a water softener is not being used, install
the HTS-11 into the water line (1/2” ID pipe size minimum) before the machine’s
incoming water connection point using copper pipe. Observe proper inlet/outlet water
directions (flow directions are molded into the top of the head). It is recommended
that a water shut-off valve be installed before installing the HTS-11 to allow access for
service. Plumb from the HTS-11 outlet to the incoming water connection point using
copper pipe (or order the 1/2” ID flexible hose kit offered by manufacturer). The water
supply must be capable of a minimum of 10 PSI “flow” pressure at the recommended
temperature indicated on the data plate. See the Plumbing Options page for more
information on the HTS-11.
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INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
WATER SUPPLY
CONNECTION:
WATER HARDNESS
OF 5 GPG
OR LOWER
If water hardness tests at 5 GPG or lower, install the water supply line (1/2” ID pipe
size minimum) to the machine’s incoming water connection point using copper pipe
(or order the 1/2” ID flexible hose kit offered by the manufacturer). It is recommended
that a water shut-off valve be installed in the water line between the main supply and
the machine to allow access for service. The water supply line must be capable of a
minimum of 10 PSI “flow” pressure at the recommended temperature indicated on the
data plate.
PRESSURE
REGULATOR
The manufacturer has an optional water pressure regulator to accommodate areas
where water pressure fluctuates or is higher than the recommended pressure. Take
care not to confuse static pressure with flow pressure: static pressure is line pressure in
a “no flow” condition (all valves and services are closed); flow pressure is the pressure
in the fill line when the valve is opened during the cycle. See the Plumbing Options
page.
Take care not to confuse
static pressure with
flow pressure!
SHOCK ABSORBER
It is suggested that a shock absorber (not supplied) be installed on the incoming water
line. This prevents water hammer (hydraulic shock)—induced by the solenoid valve
as it operates—from causing damage to the equipment. See the Plumbing Options
page.
CONNECTING THE
DRAIN LINE
The dishmachine has a pumped (pressure) drain capable of pumping waste water
to a height of 24” above the floor to the kitchen’s drain system. Each dishmachine is
supplied with a drain hose. When installed, it will extend from the rear side of the machine. There must be an air-gap between the machine drain line and the floor sink or
drain. If a grease trap is required by code, it should have a flow capacity of 12 GPM.
PLUMBING CHECK
After installing the incoming fill line and the drain line, slowly turn on the water supply
to the machine. Check for any leaks and repair as required. All leaks must be
repaired before operating the machine.
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INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL POWER
CONNECTIONS
Electrical and grounding conductors must comply with the applicable portions of the
National Electric Code ANSI/NFPA 70 (latest edition) and/or other electrical codes.
The data plate is located at the left-front side of the dishmachine. Refer to the data plate
for machine operating requirements, machine voltage, total amperage, and serial number.
Disconnect electrical
power at the breaker or
disconnect switch and
tag-out in accordance with
procedures and codes.
Remove the back panel and set aside. This will require removing the screw at the
bottom of the back panel with a phillips screwdriver. Install 3/4” conduit into the prepunched holes in the back of the control box. Route power wires and connect to power
block and grounding lug. Install the service wires (L1 and L2 for HT, L1 and N for LT/
LT-H) to the appropriate terminals as they are marked on the terminal block. Install
the grounding wire into the lug provided. It is recommended that “DE-OX” or another
similar anti-oxidation agent be used on all power connections.
HT LT/LT-H
L1
VOLTAGE CHECK
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SURROUNDING
AREA
NOTICE
THERMOSTATS
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L2
GRND
L1
N
GRND
Ensure that the "ON/OFF" switch is in the "OFF" position and apply power to
dishmachine. Check the incoming power at the terminal block and ensure it
corresponds with the voltage listed on the data plate. If not, contact a qualified service
agency to examine the problem. Do not run dishmachine if voltage is too high or too
low. Shut-off the service breaker and advise all proper personnel of the location of
DETAIL A
DETAIL A
the breaker and any problems. ReplaceSCALE
the control
SCALE 1 / 3
1 / 3 box cover and tighten-down the
screws.
This is a commercial dishmachine and reaches temperatures that can exceed
those generated by a residential machine. Surrounding countertops, cabinets, flooring
material, and subfloor material must be designed and/or selected with these higher
temperatures in mind.
Any damage to surrounding area that is caused by heat and/or moisture to materials
that are not recommended for higher temperatures will not be covered under warranty
or by the manufacturer.
The thermostats on this dishmachine have been set at the factory. They should only
be adjusted by an authorized service agent.
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INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
CHEMICAL FEEDER
EQUIPMENT
!
CAUTION
CAUTION! Chlorine-based sanitizers can be detrimental to this machine
if the chemical solution is too strong. See a chemical professional to
ensure the dispenser is set-up correctly.
The bottom of the chemical container cannot be located any higher than 8” from the
floor. If the unit is equipped with the 6” or 18” table stand, the highest position will be
14” or 26” from the floor, respectively. It is important to remember that if you decide
to operate the unit in chemical-sanitizing mode, you must ensure an appropriate
chlorine-based sanitizer is used in the final rinse line.
PREPARING
CHEMICAL FEEDER
PUMPS
The DishStar® HT dishmachine is supplied with detergent and rinse-aid chemical
feeder pumps.
The DishStar® LT and LT-H dishmachines are supplied with detergent, rinse-aid, and
sanitizer chemical feeder pumps.
Locate the open ends of the chemical tubes with the tube stiffeners and place each
one in the appropriate container.
A. Red Tubing = Detergent
B. Blue Tubing = Rinse-Aid
C. White Tubing = Sanitizer
PRIMING CHEMICAL
FEEDER PUMPS
Chemical feeder pumps need priming when the machine is first installed or if the
chemical lines have been removed and air is allowed to enter.
!
CAUTION
!
CAUTION! Water must be in the sump and wash tank before chemicals
are dispensed.
1. Verify that the proper chemical tube stiffener inlet is in the proper container.
WARNING
2. Use the prime switches located on the control panel at the bottom of the unit to
prime each pump. The switches are clearly marked, "D" for detergent and "R"
for Rinse-aid.
WARNING! Some of the
chemicals used in
dishwashing might cause 3. To prime the pumps:
chemical burns if they
HT
come in contact with skin.
• Detergent - hold the "D" switch in the momentary position until detergent is
Wear protective gear when
seen entering the wash tank.
handling these chemicals.
If any contact with skin
occurs, immediately
follow the treatment
instructions provided
• Rinse-aid - hold the "R" switch in the momentary position for one minute.
with the chemicals.
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INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
PRIMING CHEMICAL
FEEDER PUMPS
LT/LT-H
•
Detergent, Rinse-aid, and Sanitizer - hold each priming switch until the
respective chemical can be seen entering the wash tank.
4. Detergent is dispensed as required during the wash cycle by the timer. The
amount of detergent might need to be increased or decreased depending upon
water quality and type of detergent.
5. Rinse-aid is dispensed as required into the final rinse. The amount of rinse-aid
might need to be adjusted depending upon water hardness and results.
6. Sanitizer is dispensed proportionally into the final rinse water line. The amount
of sanitizer might need to be adjusted depending on concentration.
7. Please refer to the instructions below on adjusting the chemical feeder pumps
on the universal timer.
PROGRAMMING
CHEMICAL
FEEDER PUMPS
To access the programming mode, the machine must be ON and idle (between
cycles).
On the timer board, press and hold both the MOVE and ENTER buttons on the timer
board simultaneously for two seconds.
The PROGRAM (PGM) light and light A will illuminate.
NOTICE
Once in the programming mode, the MOVE button is used to scroll between the
programming categories and the ENTER button is used to select the category.
Press the MOVE button to move the solid light to the desired location of FILL, RINSE
AID, DETERGENT, or SANITIZER. Please note that options A, B, C, and D are not
adjustable outputs.
Press the ENTER button for the chosen category. Now, the (PGM) light will illuminate
along with lights corresponding to the time values for the chosen category. The
ACCEPT light will blink.
The PROGRAM light will illuminate.
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INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
PROGRAMMING
CHEMICAL
FEEDER PUMPS
To change the value of a parameter, use the MOVE button to illuminate the light next
to the time option (time is measured in seconds). In the time categories, each second
in use will light up. To deselect the option, press ENTER and the light will go off, press
ENTER again and it will illuminate. Once you have set your time category, press the
MOVE button until the ACCEPT light illuminates and press ENTER. This will save the
changed parameters and exit the programming mode.
To change any other values, you will have to return to the programming mode. To
revert back to a previous setting, you must return to that option and change the
parameter back to the previous setting.
Once in the programming mode, if there have been no keypad inputs for approximately
two minutes, the system will automatically exit out of the programming mode. Any
changes to parameters will be lost when the programming mode is automatically
exited.
The wash and drain cycles are not adjustable.
All time adjustments are in seconds. Refer to the chart below for adjustable outputs.
PGM
DishStar® HT
DishStar® LT/LT-H
E
Not adjustable
Rinse-Aid
F
Rinse
Fill
G
Detergent
Sanitizer
H
Rinse-Aid
Detergent
TIMER PROGRAMMING BOARD
PGM
TIME IN SECONDS
A
8
B
4
C
2
D
1
E
0.8
F
0.4
G
0.2
H
0.1
ACCEPT
MOVE
ENTER
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INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
LEVELING
HEATER CONTACTOR
WIRES (HT ONLY)
!
CAUTION
The dishmachine is designed to operate while level. This is important to prevent any
damage to the machine during operation and to ensure the best possible results. The
unit comes equipped with adjustable bullet feet which can be turned using a pair of
pliers. Since this machine is an undercounter unit, it should be levelled as close as
possible to the unit's location before it is pushed under the counter.
1. Flip the "ON/OFF" switch to "ON."
2. Listen for the water to stop filling.
Heater contactor wires
must NOT be connected
before water fills the unit
the first time!
3. Flip the "ON/OFF" switch to "OFF."
4. Listen for the water to stop draining.
5. Flip the "ON/OFF" switch back to "ON."
6. Listen for the water to stop filling.
7. Flip the "ON/OFF" switch back to "OFF."
8. Listen for the water to stop draining.
9. Flip the "ON/OFF" switch back to "ON."
10. Listen for the water to stop filling. This time the water should begin to splash
into the cavity of the machine.
11. Once you hear water splashing, flip the "ON/OFF" switch back to "OFF."
12. Listen for the water to stop draining.
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INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
HEATER CONTACTOR
WIRES (HT ONLY)
Disconnect electrical
power at the breaker or
disconnect switch and
tag-out in accordance with
procedures and codes.
13. Disconnect electrical power at the breaker or disconnect switch and tag-out in
accordance with procedures and codes.
14. Remove the front panel of the machine.
15. Locate the disconnected orange/white wires.
16. Connect the wires by pushing the connectors firmly together.
17. Replace the front panel of the machine.
18. Reconnect electrical power at the breaker or disconnect switch in accordance
with procedures and codes.
19. The machine is now ready for operation.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATION
PREPARATION
FILLING THE
WASH TUB
Before operating the unit, verify the following:
1. Strainer is in place and clean.
2. Wash and rinse arms are screwed securely into place and end-caps are tight.
3. Wash and rinse arms rotate freely.
4. Chemical levels in chemical containers are correct.
1. Close the door.
2. Flip the “ON/OFF” switch to the “ON” position.
(HT Controls Shown.)
3. The unit will automatically begin to fill.
4. Once the wash tub is filled, wait for five minutes.
5. Flip the “ON/OFF” switch to the “OFF” position and wait for unit to drain.
6. Flip the “ON/OFF” switch to the “ON” position and wait for unit to fill.
7. Ensure wash temperature is at least 150 °F before operating the unit.
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OPERATION
WARE
PREPARATION
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Proper preparation of ware will help ensure good results and fewer re-washes. If not
done properly, ware might not come out clean and the efficiency of the dishmachine
will be reduced. Putting unscraped dishes into the machine affects its performance,
so scraps should always be removed from ware before being loaded into a rack.
Pre-rinsing and pre-soaking are good ideas, especially for silverware and casserole
dishes.
Place cups and glasses upside-down in racks so they don't hold water during the
cycle. The dishmachine sanitizes as well as cleans. To do this, ware must be properly
prepared before being placed in the machine.
WASHING A RACK
OF WARE
To wash a rack, open the door completely and slide the rack into the unit. Close the
door, ensure the "WASH/DELIME" switch is on "WASH," press the "Start" button, and
the unit will start. After the cycle light turns off, the cycle is complete. When the flush
light is on (steady, not flashing), tank water should be drained and refilled.
OPERATIONAL
INSPECTION
Based on use, the strainer might become clogged with soil and debris as the
workday progresses. Operators should regularly inspect the strainer to ensure it has
not become clogged. If clogged, it will reduce the washing capability of the machine.
Instruct operators to clean out the strainer at regular intervals or as required by
workload.
SHUTDOWN &
CLEANING
1. At the end of the workday, close the door. Flip the “ON/OFF” switch to the “OFF”
position.
(HT Controls Shown.)
2. The drain pump will activate and empty the unit of water.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATION
SHUTDOWN &
CLEANING
3. When draining stops, remove the strainer.
4. Remove soil and debris from the strainer and set to the side.
5. Unscrew the wash and rinse arms from their manifolds. Remove the end-caps and
flush the arms with water. Use a brush to clean out the inside of the arms. If the
nozzles appear to be clogged, use a toothpick to remove the obstruction.
Nozzle
End-Cap
6. Wipe the inside of the unit out, removing all soil and scraps.
7. Reassemble the wash/rinse arms.
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OPERATION
SHUTDOWN &
CLEANING
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
8. Replace the wash and rinse arms in the unit. The arms only need to be hand-tight; do
not use tools to tighten them down.
9. Reinstall the strainer and close the door.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATION
DELIMING
To proceed with the delime operation, follow the steps below. The tank capacities of
the machine can be found in the Specifications section of this manual.
1. Remove rinse arms and place in sink with deliming solution (HT only).
NOTICE
If this machine is equipped
with an
HTS-11 scale prevention
and corrosion control
device and lime is
becoming a frequent
problem, the cartridge
needs to be replaced.
2. Flip the "ON/OFF" switch to the "ON" position.
To order a replacement
cartridge, call the
manufacturer.
3. Flip the "WASH/DELIME" switch to the "DELIME" position.
4. Add deliming solution per chemical supplier's instructions.
5. Close the door.
6. Push the "START" button.
7. Wait until cycle is complete and inspect the inside of the machine. If the
machine is not delimed, run again.
This equipment is not recommended for use with deionized water or other aggressive
fluids. Use of deionized water or other aggressive fluids will result in corrosion and
failure of materials and components. Use of deionized water or other aggressive fluids
will void the manufacturer’s warranty.
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OPERATION
DETERGENT
CONTROL
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Detergent usage and water hardness are two factors that contribute greatly to how
efficiently this dishmachine will operate. Using detergent in the proper amount can
become a source of substantial savings. A qualified water treatment specialist can
determine what is needed for maximum efficiency from the detergent.
1. Hard water greatly affects the performance of the dishmachine, causing the
amount of detergent required for washing to increase. If the machine is installed
in an area with hard water, the manufacturer recommends the installation of
water treatment equipment.
2. Deposited solids from hard water can cause spotting that will not be removed
with a drying agent. Treated water will reduce this occurence.
3. Treated water may not be suitable for use in other areas of operation and it
may be necessary to install a water treatment unit for the water going to the
dishmachine only. Discuss this option with a qualified water treatment specialist.
4. Dishmachine operators should be properly trained on how much detergent is to
be used per cycle. Meet with a water treatment specialist and detergent vendor
to discuss a complete training program for operators.
5. This dishmachine requires that chemicals be provided for proper operation and
sanitization. Contact a chemical supplier with any questions.
i
6. Water temperature is an important factor in ensuring that the dishmachine
functions properly, and the machine's data plate details what the minimum
temperatures must be for the incoming water supply, the wash tank, and the
rinse tank. If minimum requirements are not met, there is a possibility that dishes
will not be clean or sanitized.
7. Instruct dishmachine operators to observe the required temperatures and to
report when they fall below the minimum allowed. A loss of temperature can
indicate a larger problem.
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MAINTENANCE
PREVENTATIVE
MAINTENANCE
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
The manufacturer highly recommends that any maintenance and repairs not specifically
discussed in this manual be performed only by QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Performing maintenance on your dishmachine may void your warranty, lead to larger
problems, or even cause harm to the operator. So if you have a question or concern, do
not hesitate to contact a QUALIFIED SERVICE AGENCY.
By following the operating and cleaning instructions in this manual, you should get the
most efficient results from your machine. As a reminder, here are some steps to take to
ensure that you are using the dishmachine the way it was designed to work:
1. Ensure that the water temperatures match those listed on the machine data plate.
There can be a variety of reasons why your water temperature could be too low.
2. Ensure that all strainers are clean and securely in place before operating the machine.
When cleaning out strainers, do NOT beat them on waste cans. Wipe out strainers
with a rag and rinse under a faucet if necessary. Use a toothpick to dislodge any
stubborn debris.
3. Ensure that all wash and rinse arms are secure in the machine before operating.
4. Remove as much soil from dishes by hand as possible before loading into racks.
5. Do not overfill racks.
6. Ensure that glasses are placed upside-down in the rack.
7. Ensure that all chemicals being injected into machine have been verified at the correct
concentrations.
8. Clean out the machine at the end of every workday per the Shutdown and Cleaning
section of this manual.
9. Follow all safety procedures, whether listed in this manual or put forth by local, state,
or national codes/regulations.
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COMMON PROBLEMS
TROUBLESHOOTING
!
WARNING
WARNING! Inspection, testing, and repair of electrical equipment should only be performed by qualified service
personnel. Certain procedures in this section require electrical tests or measurements while power is applied
to the machine. Exercise extreme caution at all times. If test points are not easily accessible, disconnect
power, attach test equipment, and reapply power to test. When replacing electrical parts, disconnect power at
source circuit breaker.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Water overflow
from bottom of
door.
1. Clogged drain.
1. Remove obstruction.
2. Machine not level.
2. Level machine or increase height to the front.
3. Excessive inlet pressure.
3. Install pressure regulator or adjust if one is present.
Ensure flow meets data plate specification.
4. Detergent foaming.
4. Reduce detergent quantity.
5. Wash/rinse arm end-cap missing.
5. Replace.
1. Loose or broken wires.
1. Reconnect or replace wires in motor.
2. Defective "WASH/DELIME" switch.
2. Verify "WASH/DELIME" switch triggers input on PLC. If
not, check wiring/replace membrane.
3. Defective motor starting relay.
3. Replace.
4. Machine in FAULT mode and locked out.
4. Review fault screen for active faults.
1. Water not turned on.
1. Turn water on.
2. Defective solenoid valve
2. Replace solenoid valve.
Wash motor
doesn’t
operate on
delime wash.
No water
comes through
the arms when
the "WASH/
DELIME" switch
is depressed.
Little or no water 1. Limed-up heads or piping.
coming through
2. Low water pressure.
the wash/rinse
assemblies.
1. Delime heads.
Rinse water runs 1. Defective plunger in solenoid valve.
continuously
2. Defective diaphragm in solenoid valve.
with breaker
turned off.
1. Replace.
2. Adjust pressure regulator (not supplied) or increase
pipe size to machine.
2. Replace diaphragm.
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COMMON PROBLEMS
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Wash
temperature
not at required
temperature
range.
1. Water level low.
1. Check water level. If low, run new fill cycle.
2. RTD setpoint too slow.
2. Check fault screen. Adjust wash temperature setpoint
3. Defective RTD.
3. Replace.
4. Wash heater defective.
4. Replace heater element.
5. Defective heater contactor R1.
5. Replace.
1. Incoming rinse water does not
meet minimum criteria indicated on
machine data plate.
1. Adjust as required.
Rinse water
not at
required
temperature
range.
2. RTD is defective.
2. Replace if necessary.
3. Check amperages. Replace if necessary.
3. Rinse heaters damaged.
4. Adjust rinse tank setpoint.
4. Setpoint screens set low.
Machine
doesn’t drain
when power
button is
pressed.
1. Drain clogged.
1. Remove obstruction.
2. Defective drain valve.
2. Replace.
No indication of
pressure.
1. Water turned off.
1. Turn water on.
2. Pressure gauge failure.
2. Replace pressure gauge.
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HT CONTROL PANEL
PARTS
9
4
2
3
1
5
6
7*
8
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
2
Contactor, 30 A, 240 V
05945-002-74-20
2
1
Relay, Omron
05945-111-89-75
3
3
Open/Closed Bushing
05975-003-35-21
4
1
Control Panel Weldment
05700-004-35-76
5
1
Universal Timer
05945-003-75-23
6
4
Screw, 10-32 x 1"
05305-002-19-42
7*
1
Peri-pump Plate
05700-004-35-78
8
9
Screw, 10-32 x 3/8"
05305-173-12-00
9
1
Terminal Board
05940-002-78-97
*See Chemical Feeder Pump Assembly page for Peri-pumps.
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LT CONTROL PANEL
PARTS
4
2
3
1
5
6
7
8
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Contactor, 110 V
05945-109-05-69
2
1
Relay, Omron
05945-002-47-41
3
3
Open/Closed Bushing
05975-003-35-21
4
1
Control Panel Weldment
05700-004-35-76
5
1
Universal Timer
05945-003-75-23
6
4
Screw, 10-32 x 1"
05305-002-19-42
7
1
Thermostat Plate
05700-004-37-67
8
7
Screw, 10-32 x 3/8"
05305-173-12-00
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LT-H CONTROL PANEL
PARTS
4
2
3
1
5
6
7
8
9
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
2
Contactor, 110 V
05945-109-05-69
2
2
Relay, Omron
05945-002-47-41
3
3
Open/Closed Bushing
05975-003-35-21
4
1
Control Panel Weldment
05700-004-35-76
5
1
Universal Timer
05945-003-75-23
6
4
Screw, 10-32 x 1"
05305-002-19-42
7
1
Thermostat Plate
05700-004-37-67
8
1
Thermostat, ELAN Electric (Dual)
06685-004-17-27
9
7
Screw, 10-32 x 3/8"
05305-173-12-00
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HT DISPLAY PANEL
PARTS
2
1
3
4
5
11
6
10
9
8
7
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Bracket, Control Panel
05700-004-35-82
2
1
Gauge, with Green Zone
06680-011-86-42
3
1
Hose, Pressure Gauge
05700-004-36-95
4
1
Light, Green
05945-111-44-43
5
2
Prime Switch
05930-011-49-54
6
1
Decal, Display Panel
09905-004-35-39
7
2
Switch
05930-011-49-55
8
1
Light, Red
05945-111-44-45
9
1
Rinse Gauge, 96"
06685-004-31-46
10
1
Light, Amber
05945-111-44-44
11
1
Wash Gauge, 48"
06685-004-31-47
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LT DISPLAY PANEL
PARTS
2
3
1
4
5
10
3
6
4
9
8
7
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Bracket, Control Panel
05700-004-37-73
2
1
Thermometer, 48" Rinse
06685-004-31-47
3
2
Light, Red
05945-504-07-18
4
3
Prime Switch
05930-011-49-54
5
2
Switch
05930-011-49-55
6
1
Counter
05990-111-35-38
7
1
Light, Amber
05945-111-44-44
8
1
Light, Green
05945-111-44-43
9
1
Light, Red
05945-111-44-45
10
1
Decal, Display Panel
09905-004-37-72
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LT-H DISPLAY PANEL
PARTS
2
3
1
4
5
6
7
11
8
3
4
6
10
9
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Bracket, Control Panel
05700-004-37-73
2
1
Thermometer, 48" Rinse
06685-004-31-47
3
2
Light, Red
05945-504-07-18
4
3
Prime Switch
05930-011-49-54
5
2
Switch
05930-011-49-55
6
2
Light, Red
05945-111-44-45
7
1
Decal, Hi-Limit Ring
09905-004-37-89
8
1
Counter
05990-111-35-38
9
1
Light, Amber
05945-111-44-44
10
1
Light, Green
05945-111-44-43
11
1
Decal, Display Panel
09905-004-37-72
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TERMINAL BLOCK BOX ASSEMBLY
PARTS
3
8
7
6
1
5
2
4
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Decal, Power Connections, HT
09905-011-47-35
Decal, Power Connections, LT/LT-H
09905-011-47-64
2
1
Terminal Block Box
05700-003-27-69
1
Terminal Box Cover (Not Shown)
05700-003-27-70
3
1
Decal, Copper Conductors
09905-011-62-72
4
2
Screw, 10-32 x 1/2"
05305-011-39-36
5
1
Ground Lug
05940-200-76-00
6
2
Terminal Block
05940-500-02-19
7
1
Locknut, 10-24 SS Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-373-01-00
8
1
Terminal Block Track
05700-000-43-60
28
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HT CHEMICAL FEEDER PUMP ASSEMBLY
PARTS
1
8
2
3
4
5
7
6
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
2
Stiffener, Chemical Tube
05700-002-66-49
2
1
Peri-pump, 14 RPM
05700-002-72-48
3
1
Peri-pump, 36 RPM
05700-003-78-74
4
1
Chemical Tube
05700-011-37-12
5
1
Chemical Tube
05700-011-37-13
6
1
Chemical Tube
05700-011-37-14
7
1
Chemical Tube
05700-011-37-15
8
1
Bulkhead to 1/2" Hose Barb Assembly
05700-004-30-86
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HT CHEMICAL FEEDER PUMP COMPONENTS
PARTS
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
ITEM
7
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
Motor, 14 RPM 240 V Rinse Aid Feeder Pump
04320-111-47-46
1
Motor, 36 RPM 240 V Detergent Feeder Pump
04320-111-47-47
2
1
Rear Housing
04320-111-37-09
3
2
Screw, 8-32 x 1/2" Phillips Pan Head
05305-011-37-06
1
Squeeze Tube (goes with 14 RPM)
05700-011-65-21
1
Squeeze Tube (goes with 36 RPM)
05700-003-22-89
Roller, Black (goes with 14 RPM)
04320-111-65-27
Roller, White (goes with 36 RPM)
04320-002-82-28
1
4
5
1
6
1
Front Housing
04320-111-37-08
7
4
Screw, 6-32 x 3/4" Phillips Pan Head
05700-011-37-05
8
2
Screw, 8-32 x 3/8" Phillips Pan Head
04320-111-37-07
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LT/LT-H CHEMICAL FEEDER PUMP ASSEMBLY
PARTS
1
2
3
4
2
6
6
5
6
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Motor, 14 RPM
04320-111-35-13
2
2
Motor, 36 RPM
04320-111-35-14
3
1
Tubing, White
05700-002-62-13
4
1
Tubing, Blue
05700-002-62-11
5
1
Tubing, Red
05700-002-62-12
6
3
Pump Cover
04320-111-37-08
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LT/LT-H PERI-PUMP TRACK ASSEMBLY
PARTS
2
1
3
4
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Track Mount
05700-004-37-93
2
1
Pipe Clamp
05700-000-35-05
3
2
Peri-pump Track
05700-003-33-29
4
1
Peri-pump Plate
05700-003-54-41
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HT PLUMBING ASSEMBLIES
PARTS
6
9
13
4
10
11
7
12
5
25
23
4
15
3
2
17
14
1
24
16
8
20
4
21
18
22
19
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HT PLUMBING ASSEMBLIES
PARTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Tee, 1/2" Brass
04730-211-27-00
2
1
Plug, 1/2" Brass Pipe
04730-209-03-00
3
1
Nipple, 1/2" Close Brass
04730-207-15-00
4
3
Adapter, Male
04730-401-03-01
5
1
Tube, Copper 1/2" x 22"
05700-003-32-16
6
1
Vacuum Breaker
04820-003-06-13
7
2
Plug, 1/4" Brass
04730-209-01-00
8
1
Pipe Clamp
05700-011-38-62
9
1
Injector Adapter
05700-031-40-44
10
1
Check Valve
04820-111-51-14
11
1
Fitting, Outlet Elbow
04820-111-51-18
12
1
Nut, Tube
04730-011-59-45
13
1
Bushing, 1/4" x 1/8"
04730-003-05-61
14
1
Valve, 1/2" 208/60
04810-003-71-56
15
1
Hose Adapter
04720-004-24-68
16
1
Elbow, 1/2"
04730-406-31-01
17
1
Copper Tube 1/2" x 3"
05700-003-36-25
18
1
Union, 1/2"
04730-412-05-01
19
1
Elbow, 1/2" 90-Degree
04730-406-32-01
20
1
Tee, 1/2" x 1/2" x 1/4" Female
04730-411-25-01
21
1
Copper Pipe, 4 3/4" Long
05700-002-91-02
22
1
Adapter, 1/2" Male
04730-011-59-53
23
2
Rinse Hub Weldment
05700-021-38-31
24
2
Pipe Clamp (Side of Unit)
05700-000-35-05
25
1
Thermometer,100-220 Degrees 48" SS
06685-004-31-47
NOTICE
Use teflon tape on threads. Do NOT use "pipe dope."
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LT/LT-H PLUMBING ASSEMBLIES
PARTS
1
16
2
6
14
15
3
17
18
21
13
15
20
19
4
7
5
6
12
11
4
10
5
9
8
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7
35
LT/LT-H PLUMBING ASSEMBLIES
PARTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Vacuum Breaker
04820-003-06-13
2
1
Elbow, 1/2" NPT x 3/4" Hose, 45-Degree
04730-003-29-22
3
1
Pipe Clamp
05700-011-38-62
4
2
Pipe Clamp (Side of Unit)
05700-000-35-05
5
1
Union, 1/2"
04730-412-05-01
6
2
Male Adapter
04730-401-03-01
7
2
Elbow, 1/2"
04730-406-31-01
8
1
Copper Pipe, 1/2" x 3"
05700-003-36-25
9
1
Valve, 1/2"
04810-003-71-55
10
1
Copper Pipe, 1/2" x 6 1/2"
05700-002-60-71
11
1
Copper Pipe, 1/2" x 5 1/4"
05700-002-04-92
12
1
Elbow, 1/2", 45-Degree
04730-011-67-77
13
1
Copper Pipe, 1/2" x 25 1/2"
05700-011-59-85
14
1
Upper Manifold
05700-031-34-82
15
2
Rinse Plumbing Plate
05700-011-82-86
16
1
Rinse Plumbing Gasket
05330-111-42-81
17
1
Manifold
05700-002-13-75
18
1
Manifold Tube Position Bracket
05700-011-34-63
19
1
Lower Manifold
05700-021-52-80
20
1
O-ring
05330-002-60-69
21
1
Deflector Plate
05700-002-62-49
NOTICE
Use teflon tape on threads. Do NOT use "pipe dope."
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PLUMBING OPTIONS
PARTS
SHOCK ABSORBER (WATER ARRESTOR) OPTION
Water Arrestor, 1/2”
06685-100-05-00
Nipple, 1/2” NPT, Brass
04730-207-15-00
Tee, 1/2” x 1/2” x 1/2”
04730-211-27-00
Water Arrestor Repair Kit
(Plunger & O-ring)
06401-003-06-23
PRESSURE REGULATOR OPTION
Water Pressure Regulator, 1/2”
05700-100-04-07
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VACUUM BREAKER
PARTS
Vacuum Breaker Assembly
4810-200-03-18
1
ITEM
QTY
Complete Vacuum Breaker Assembly, 1/2” NPT
04820-003-06-13
DESCRIPTION
10 Volt Solenoid Valve Assembly, 1/2”
1
1
Components of Repair Kit
04810-100-12-18
Coil & Housing only
Complete Vacuum Breaker Assembly 1/2” NPT
06401-003-07-43
PART NUMBER
06401-003-06-23
04820-003-06-13
40 Volt Solenoid Valve Assembly, 1/2”
04810-100-09-18
Coil & Housing only
06401-003-07-44`
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WASH MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY
PARTS
12
HT
04730-003-34-64
LT/LT-H
04730-003-34-60
7
8
9
7
7
10
11
13
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WASH MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY
PARTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Hub, Discharge Machine
05700-021-37-90
2
1
Gasket, Manifold
05330-200-23-00
3
1
Nut, Jam 1 1/2-12
05700-000-86-23
4
4
Hose Clamp, 1 5/16” - 2 1/4” #28
04730-719-01-37
5
1
Hose, 1 1/4” x 2 1/4” Reinforced
05700-011-44-48
6
1
Hose, Bottom Manifold Pump
05700-001-22-92
7
3
Clamp, 3/16” to 1 1/2”
04730-719-06-09
8
1
Discharge Hose
05700-004-43-76
9
1
Hosebarb, 1” x 3/4” NPT Polypropylene
04730-011-65-86
10
1
Spacer, Drain Valve
05700-003-31-93
11
1
Bracket, Drain Valve Support
05700-004-35-85
12
1
Hose, 1” ID x 10' Long
05700-011-39-72
13
1
Hose-barb, 90-Degree 1” x 3/4” NPT
04730-011-65-87
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MOTOR & PUMP ASSEMBLY
PARTS
5
6
7
8
4
3
2
1
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9
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MOTOR & PUMP ASSEMBLY
PARTS
Complete Pump & Motor Assembly, DishStar® HT/LT/LT-H
05700-004-36-57
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Pump Casing SS, 60 Hz
05700-002-85-00
2
1
Impeller, 60 Hz
05700-002-81-86
3
1
Mechanical Seal, 60 Hz
05330-002-34-22
1
Seal Plate, 60 Hz
05700-002-81-87
1
Case O-ring, 60 Hz
05330-002-81-83
1
Drain Plug (Not Shown)
04730-002-81-89
5
1
Motor Only, HT/LT/LT-H
06105-004-35-22
6
1
Shim Kit
05700-002-82-58
7
1
Case Capscrew
05305-356-04-00
2
Bolt, 3/8"
05311-276-03-00
2
Lock washer, 3/8"
05311-276-01-00
2
Nut Hex, 3/8-16
05310-276-01-00
1
Mounting Bracket
05700-003-31-58
4
8
9
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RINSE ARM & WASH ARM ASSEMBLIES
PARTS
Complete Wash Arm Assembly
1 per Unit on HT
2 per Unit on LT/LT-H
05700-021-39-23
1
2
3
4
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Wash Arm with End-cap
05700-021-46-58
2
1
Bearing, Assembly
05700-021-35-97
3
1
O-ring
05330-002-60-69
4
2
End-cap, Wash Arm
05700-003-31-59
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RINSE ARM & WASH ARM ASSEMBLIES
PARTS
6
Rinse Arm Assembly
2 per Unit on HT
0 per Unit on LT/LT-H
05700-031-39-21
5
Rinse Arm Bearing Kit
06401-004-34-89
1
4
2
3
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Bearing, Rinse Arm
03120-004-12-13
2
1
Bushing, Rinse Head
05700-021-33-84
3
1
Ring, Retaining, Rinse Head Bushing
05340-112-01-11
1
Washer, Rinse Arm
05330-011-42-10
1
O-ring (Not Shown)
05330-002-60-69
5
1
Rinse Arm
05700-031-38-30
6
2
End-cap, Rinse Arm
04730-111-60-41
4
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THERMOSTAT & RINSE TANK ASSEMBLY
PARTS
Complete Rinse Tank Assembly
05700-003-31-94
2
9
9
10
11
12
13
14
1
1
2
1
4
1
F-PLATE, B
F-FITTING,
COUPLING
F-BAFFLE,
STUD, 5/16
F-FRONT,A
1
10
4
11
12
3
8
7
5
6
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Thermostat, Elan Electric Dual
05585-004-17-27
2
1
Rinse Tank Weldment
05700-003-31-95
3
1
Fitting, 1/4" Imperial Brass
05310-924-02-05
4
1
208-230 Volt Heater
04540-111-43-21
5
4
Lock Washer, 5/16" Split
05311-275-01-00
6
4
Nut, 5/16-18 SS Hex
05310-275-01-00
7
1
Gasket, Heater
05330-011-47-79
8
9
Locknut, 1/4-20 SS Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-374-01-00
9
1
Harness, 4-Connector
05700-004-36-24
10
1
Harness, 5-Connector
05700-004-36-25
11
1
Thermostat Mounting Bracket
05700-004-21-55
12
1
Probe, Thermister 4"
06685-004-17-26
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DOOR ASSEMBLY
PARTS
1
3
17
(2 PLC'S)
5
(2 PLC'S)
9
21
(3 PLC'S)
4
(2 PLC'S)
19
12
13
6
7
18
21 (3 PLC'S)
15
8
18
(12 PLC'S)
16 (2 PLC'S)
11
10 (2 PLC'S)
2
(2 PLC'S)
22
7
23
20
14
24 (6 PLC'S)
(12 PLC'S)
15
10
18
11
21
2
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DOOR ASSEMBLY
PARTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Outer Door Weldment
05700-004-36-55
2
2
Screw, 10-32 x 1/4"
05305-173-01-00
3
2
Bolt, 1/4-20 x 3/8" Hex
05305-274-20-00
4
2
Nut, Lock 6-32 Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-373-03-00
5
2
Washer, SS 1/4-20 ID
05311-174-01-00
6
1
Gasket, Door 20"
05330-003-58-35
7
2
Gasket, Door 17 1/8"
05330-003-58-36
8
Item intentionally left blank.
9
1
Door Handle
05700-003-26-62
10
2
Stop, Door Hinge
05700-003-32-55
11
1
Hinge, Left
05700-003-32-71
12
1
Hinge, Right
05700-003-32-72
13
1
Inner Door
05700-003-33-21
14
12
Screw, 10-32 x 1/2" Pan Phillips Head
05305-011-44-52
15
1
Baffle, Door
05700-003-33-38
16
2
Hinge Spacer
05700-003-33-42
17
1
Switch Assembly
05700-003-34-80
18
2
Retaining Plate
05700-011-44-37
19
1
Magnet
05930-002-88-42
20
1
Channel, Door Seal
05700-003-55-49
21
6
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1 1/2" Hex
05305-274-23-00
22
1
Gasket, Door L
05330-004-36-05
23
1
Gasket Clamp
05700-004-36-56
24
6
Pop Rivet, 1/8" x 3/8"
05320-003-06-98
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MISCELLANEOUS DOOR COMPONENTS
PARTS
9
10
1
8
2
6
7
5
3
4
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MISCELLANEOUS DOOR COMPONENTS
PARTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Switch Mounting Plate Assembly
05700-003-33-54
2
1
Door Spring
05700-003-32-85
3
1
Cover, Left Hinge Weldment
05700-004-36-80
4
1
Cover, Right Hinge Weldment
05700-004-36-81
Hinge Components secured with Locknut, 1/4-20 SS Hex
with Nylon Insert
05310-374-01-00
5
2
O-ring
05330-003-32-34
6
1
Latch Spring
05700-003-32-32
7
2
Latch Nut
05700-003-32-33
2
Hardware: Locknut, 6-32 SS Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-373-03-00
2
Screw, 6-32 x 1/4” Flat Head
05305-171-01-00
1
Door Switch
05930-003-31-44
1
Door Switch Bracket
05700-003-31-43
Door Switch & Bracket Assembly
05700-003-32-21
8
9
10
Complete Cycle Switch Assembly
05700-004-36-00
1
7
8
(2 PLC'S)
(2 PLC'S)
6
2
5
2
(2 PLC'S)
3
4
(2 PLC'S)
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Switch, Cover Plate
05700-004-35-99
2
3
Nut, Lock 6-32 Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-373-03-00
3
1
Wire Nut, Blue Metal
05945-111-01-00
4
2
Term,190030013 .187 Pink Reel
05940-111-46-18
5
1
Switch, Cherry Door
05930-303-38-00
6
1
Lever Spring, Start Switch
05700-004-35-98
7
2
Screw, 6-32 x 5/8"
05305-011-39-85
8
2
Lockwasher, #6 Ext.Tooth
05311-271-02-00
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FRAME & PANEL COMPONENTS
PARTS
10
1
8
9
3
2
6
4
7
5
50
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FRAME & PANEL COMPONENTS
PARTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Top Shroud Weldment
05700-003-37-06
2
1
Left Shroud Weldment
05700-003-37-04
3
1
Right Shroud Weldment
05700-004-36-82
4
1
Left Frame Weldment
05700-003-31-91
5
1
Swivel Feet
05340-108-02-00
1
Right Frame Weldment
05700-003-31-90
4
Hardware: Nut, 1/4-20 Serrated Hex
05310-959-03-00
4
Nut, 5/16-18 Cad Spine
05310-959-03-00
7
2
Bottom Strap
05700-003-92-20
8
1
Optional Back Panel
05700-003-33-55
9
1
Standard Back Panel
05700-004-36-83
10
2
Shroud Plug
05700-003-32-50
6
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MISCELLANEOUS PARTS
PARTS
Parts are not shown to scale in relation to each other.
1
2
4
3
5
6
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Components secured with Locknut, 1/4-20 SS Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-374-01-00
1
1
Rail, Left Rack
05700-031-37-88
2
1
Rail, Right Rack
05700-031-37-88
3
1
Splash Shield
05700-003-33-51
1
Strainer Spacer
05700-002-70-60
Attaches with: Nut, Nylon Wing, 1/4-20
05310-994-01-00
4
5
1
Strainer Weldment
05700-031-35-81
6
1
Drain Quench Kit (DishStar HT)
06401-002-59-99
52
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STANDS & COMPONENTS
PARTS
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
To install the stand, first remove the adjustable feet from the machine. Place machine
on table and use the square mounting holes to line-up the machine. Re-insert the
adjustable feet through bottom of table top and tighten to lock machine to table.
1
2
4
5
6
3
10
9
8
7
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
6” Stand Assembly
05700-003-34-24
2
1
Stand
05700-002-88-82
3
4
6” Leg
05700-021-61-10
4
4
Bullet Foot
05340-108-01-03
5
1
18” Stand Assembly
05700-003-34-25
6
1
Stand
05700-002-88-82
7
4
Bullet Foot
05340-108-01-03
8
4
18” Leg
05700-002-89-47
9
4
Cross Brace
05700-003-25-90
10
4
Cross Member Bracket
04730-003-25-89
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HTS-11 (SCALE PREVENTION & CORROSION DEVICE)
PARTS
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Must be installed vertically. The provided bracket is to be secured to the wall.
Observe proper inlet/outlet water directions. Flow directions are molded into the top
of the head. Line pressure should be released before changing cartridges. Deliming
of equipment before installation is recommended.
2
1
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Kleeneware HTS-11 System
04730-003-28-03
2
1
Replacement Cartridge (inspect at least every 6 months)
04730-003-28-04
Replacement Test Strip (not shown)
06401-003-28-06
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GO BOX KIT
PARTS
A GO Box is a kit of the most-needed parts for a particular model or model family to successfully effect a repair in the first
call, 90% or more of the time.
DishStar® HT Go Box Kit
06401-004-40-87
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
2
Squeeze Tube, Rinse-aid
05700-011-65-21
2
2
Squeeze Tube, Detergent and Sanitizer
05700-003-22-89
3
12
Tubing, Blue Plastic
04720-601-11-00
4
12
Tubing, Red Plastic
04720-601-12-00
5
1
Timer, Universal
05945-003-75-23
6
2
Bearing, Rinse Arm
03120-004-12-13
7
2
Snap Ring, Retaining, Rinse Arm
05340-112-01-11
8
4
Washer, Rinse Arm
05330-011-42-10
9
1
Harness, 10-Wire Solid Fused Timer
05999-003-87-88
10
2
End-cap, Rinse Arm
04730-111-60-41
11
4
Bearing Assembly, Wash Arm
05700-021-35-97
12
4
End-cap, Wash Arm
05700-003-31-59
13*
1
Pump/Motor Assembly
06105-002-72-75
14
1
Auto/Manual, ON/OFF Switch
05930-011-49-55
15
1
Solenoid Valve, 1/2"
04810-003-71-56
16
1
Pump Seal
05330-002-34-22
17
2
Shim Kit
05700-002-82-58
* Special pricing when purchased with a Go Box Kit. Call for details.
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LT-H OPTIONAL HEATER COMPONENTS
PARTS
1
2
3
4
5
7
6
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Thermostat Bracket
05700-004-36-37
2
1
High Limit Thermostat
05930-004-33-12
3
1
Probe Bracket
05700-004-38-45
4
1
Wash Heater, 115 V, 1.5 kW
04540-004-33-76
5
4
Lockwasher, Split, 5/16"
05311-275-01-00
6
4
Nut, Hex 5/16-18
05310-275-01-00
7
1
Wash Heater Gasket
05330-011-61-34
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LT/LT-H VACUUM SWITCH ASSEMBLY
PARTS
1
7
12
5
8
2
6
3
4
ITEM
QTY
10
11
9
13
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Complete Assembly
05700-003-55-98
1
1
Box, Vacuum Switch
05700-003-55-96
2
2
Switch, Vacuum
06685-003-36-13
3
2
Wye, 1/4” Barbed PVDF
04730-003-36-14
4
6
Tubing, Clear 5/16" ID
04710-003-53-26
5
1
Tube, Red 1/4" OD x 100" Long
05700-003-03-45
6
1
Tube, White 1/4" OD x 100" Long
05700-003-03-45
7
1
Fitting, Liquidtite .231" x .394" Heyco
05700-003-20-67
8
2
Pressure Switch Bracket
05700-003-53-03
9
2
Spice, Blue Butt
05940-200-11-44
10
6
Locknut, 10-24 x 3/8" Phillips Truss
05945-602-01-16
11
14
Cable, 18 GA/5 Con 46”
05700-003-55-97
12
3
Tube Stiffener
05700-002-66-49
13
2
Splice, Red Butt
05940-200-26-00
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PARTS
LT/LT-H VACUUM SWITCH ASSEMBLY INSTALL
Remove locknut on plumbing support bracket and mount
switch box over existing stud. Reinstall bracket and route red
and white tubes behind blue hose as shown.
Route gray cable down back and under the tub along inlet
plumbing, remove wires from existing pressure switches, and
connect to gray cable per instructions below.
Detergent Switch (Red Tube)
1. Connect black wire from gray cable to black/yellow wire
from switch.
2. Connect brown wire from gray cable to blue wire from
switch.
Sanitizer Switch (White Tube)
1. Connect white wire from gray cable to white/yellow wire
from switch.
2. Connect red wire from gray cable to blue wire from switch.
Back of machine showing use of existing mounting hardware for
installation of vacuum switch assembly.
After cutting the existing red and white tube approximately 12”
above the gray tube stiffener, insert the cut ends into the clear
tubes as shown.
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Jackson WWS, Inc. • 6209 N. US Hwy 25E • Gray, KY 40734 USA
1.888.800.5672 • www.jacksonwws.com
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