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Will you ship to Toronto, ON. Canada?
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Does this machine use rinse water for the next wash cycle? I only have 1/2" water supply line will that be adequate?
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Do you also sell/supply the hi-temp detergent and rinse aid chemicals to go with these machines?
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Does this absolutely need to go undercounter?
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Will you ship to Toronto, ON. Canada?
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Does this machine use rinse water for the next wash cycle? I only have 1/2" water supply line will that be adequate?
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Do you also sell/supply the hi-temp detergent and rinse aid chemicals to go with these machines?
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Does this absolutely need to go undercounter?
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Are there local service providers for: Wayne, New Jerse 07470? How do CMA's compare to Hobart's?

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CMA Dishmachines High Temp Undercounter Dishwasher

High temp undercounter dishwasher; Front loading & top mount controls for easy operation; Sanitizing with built-in booster heater; Uses only .8 gallons of water per rack; 30 racks/hour; Uses 19 3/4" x 19 3/4" dish racks; 14 1/2" door opening; Pumped drain; Upper & lower stainless steel rotating wash & rinse arms; Triple filtering protection system; Stainless steel construction; One year limited parts & labor warranty; ETL listed; NSF certified; Made in the USA; ENERGY STAR
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What is the temp for the Tundra No. CMAUC65E ?

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180 degrees Fahrenheit. For more info, read the spec sheet in the "learn more" tab.
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