Chris Evans of Gary’s East Coast Service finds a plumbing issue sends a dishmachine into overdrive.
The mystery started with a service call from an assisted-living facility in Connecticut that reported an overheated booster heater had blown off the relief valve on a conveyor-type dishmachine. “It was a brand-new booster heater on a relatively new dishmachine, just a couple of years old,” says Chris Evans, service manager at Gary’s East Coast Service, Oxford, Conn. “We replaced the thermostat, high-limit valve and relief valve, and then ran a cycle and found everything in working order.” read more
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