Miele PW 6101 Programming instructions

Programming instructions
Profitronic M
PW 6101
PW 6131
PW 6161
PW 6201
To avoid the risk of accidents
or damage to the machine it is
essential to read these instructions
before installing, commissioning
and using it for the first time.
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Contents
Control elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
A description of the control elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
General notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Overview of operating levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Supervisor level / Change password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Change password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Language / Time, Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Language menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Time / Date menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Dispensing / Access control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Dispensing menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Access control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Programme structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Copying menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Copy programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Copy area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Copy block. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Delete option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Delete programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Delete area. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Delete block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Modify. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Create menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Block programmimg. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Settings menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Chip card access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Chip card access option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Chip cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Supervisor chip card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Key card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Supervisor chip card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Data to card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Data to control unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Delete data from card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Manual control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
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Control elements
A description of the control elements
a Display
} Button to go back a stage or delete a
letter or number keyed in erroneously
See the following pages for more information.
aNA Switch from lower to upper case
b Function buttons
ANa Switch from upper to lower case
The six buttons underneath the display are
the function buttons. These buttons have
specific functions depending on the status
of the machine. The function is described in
the display above the relevant button.
p Water inlet
f Stop/End
The function button on the right-hand side is
used as the End button after the start of a
programme.
Once it has been pressed the selected
programme is stopped or a programme
which has been stopped is finished.
ß
Dispensing
ä
Dispensing switched off
XY Washing and heating
Xq Drain with drum rotation
| Card
B Selected
$
Blocked/locked
+i Block plus
D Data transfer
m Starch stop
c h Start button with lightring
u Spin
Starts the programme selected. The light
ring flashes before the start of a programme.
After a programme has started pressing it
will bring up information in the display that
was visible before the programme started.
k Without spin
FC Settings
m Start time
i Information
d Optical interface PC
i Manual control
This interface is used for transferring data to
the control unit from a PC and vice versa.
ü
e Rotary selector
Change order
A Back
e/- Indicates more information on next or
previous line
S Save
1-999 All programmes
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Turning the selector brings up options and
menus in the display.
Pressing the selector confirms your selection.
f Chip card reader
g Mains on switch
h Mains off switch
i Emergency stop switch
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General notes
Overview of operating levels
User level
Switch the machine on to get into the user
level
Start all programmes
Start special programmes (Access
control function)
Start a programme using a chip card
Supervisor level
Use the "Settings" FC button and enter a password to get into
supervisor level or use a chip card.
Main menu options
Language
Time/Date
A language can be selected for Set the date and time
the duration of one wash
programme
Dispensing
Access control
Alter dispensing data for
individual programmes
Start a programme using a chip card
only (Card access)
Only those programmes given
free access can be started
Programming
Create new programmes,
copy, delete and modify them
Start programme by inserting coins or
Memory function
tokens
Buzzer
Settings
Basic prog. lock
Unit - temperature
Unit - seconds
Unit - minutes
Unit - hours
Unit - length
Unit - weight
Unit - volume
Unit - pressure
Unit - drum rotation
max. temperature
max. rpm
Display Display standby
Contrast setting
Button allocation
Clock display
Date display
Dispensing throughput (D1 to 13)
Dispensing correction factor (D1 to D13)
Dispenser level reminder (D1 to 13)
Password required
Medium water pressure
Heater voltage
Installation data
- Location - Name - First name
- Street - House number - Town - Post code - Telephone
- System address - Installation date
Currency
Change password
Card access
The machine can only be
operated using a chip card
Chip cards
Manual control
Key card,
Supervisor card
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Supervisor level / Change password
Password
A 4-digit password is required to access
supervisor level.
Supervisor level can only be accessed
before a starting a programme or after a
programme has finished.
^ If you press the FC button the following
will appear in the display:
The display will revert to the previous screen
after 30 seconds, or you can press the A
button.
^ After entering all four letters and digits
press the S button to confirm your
password.
You will then be in Supervisor level.
Supervisor level ~ Main menu
Language: Deutsch
Settings
Back A
Main menu
Language F
e
A
Time/Date: 11:43 12.9.2002
Supervisor level
FC
A
^ After accessing "Supervisor level" and
pressing the rotary selector you will be
asked for your password.
The first time you access
Supervisor level you need to use
"M1LE" as your password.
Password: _ _ _ _
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
0123456789
K
S
A
Change password
Use this menu to change your password.
Supervisor level ~Main menu
e
A
Change password
Card access: No
^ The following will appear in the display
after you have made your selection and
pressed the rotary dial:
Password: M1LE
^ Select a letter or number by turning the
rotary selector and press it to confirm your
selection. The letter or number will appear
in the top line.
If no selection is made within 30 seconds,
the A button pressed or an incorrect
password entered the screen will appear as
with a power cut.
Pressing the K "Info"button will bring up the
date the password was last entered as well
as the last time it was entered incorrectly.
This way it is possible to see whether
unauthorised personnel know and have
used the password.
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
0123456789
S
^ Select a letter or number by turning the
rotary selector and press it to confirm your
selection. The letter or number will appear
in the top line.
^ After entering your password and pressing
the S button the following security
message will appear:
Overwrite existing data?
S
Password information
Last entry:
11:18
21.3.2001
Last incorrect entry:
11:17
24.3.2001
A
A
^ Press the S "Save" button.
K
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Language / Time, Date
Time / Date menu
The following can be selected via the
main menu:
This menu is used for setting the current
date and time of day.
This information will be stored in memory for
approx. 6 weeks if there is no power to the
machine. After that period it will have to be
reset.
– Language
– Time/Date
– Dispensing
– Access control
After selecting this option the following
appears in the display:
– Programming
– Settings
Supervisor level ~Main menu
Dispensing
– Card access
A
Language menu
Supervisor level ~Main menu
This menu is used for selecting the language
you want to use.
After selecting this option the following
appears in the display:
Time
11 :43
Date:
12.9.2003
S
A
^ Pressing the S button saves your setting
and takes you out of this screen.
Supervisor level ~Main menu
Language:
e
Time/Date: 11:43 12.9.2002
– Change password
deutsch
Time/Date: 11:43 12.9.2002
A
The following languages are available: deutsch - english
- francais - italiano - ellinika - portugues
- espanol - dansk - svenska - niederlands
- suomi
If, after going into the "Time / Date" menu on
supervisor level, the rotary dial is not moved
or the S button pressed within 30 seconds,
the display will revert to the main menu.
The display will be in the language of your
choice as soon as you select it.
The display will then revert to the main
menu.
If, after going into the "Language" menu on
supervisor level, the rotary dial is not moved
or the start button pressed within 30
seconds, the display will revert to the main
menu.
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Dispensing / Access control
Dispensing menu
This menu is used for changing specific
dispensing data. Miele programmes are
saved to the same M.-Nr. after any
dispensing data changes. The programme
lock is not active here.
Supervisor level ~Main menu
e
A
Dispensing
Access control: Yes
^ After selecting this option the following
appears in the display:
Supervisor level ~Dispensing
1 Cottons
90 °C
2 Cottons
60 °C
e
A
^ After selecting a programme only its
dispensing parameters will be shown in
the display.
Dispensing ~ 1 Cottons
Area: 1 Pre-wash
Block: 1 Pre-wash
e
A
^ Select the area and block you want.
Dispensing phase 1 ~ User defined
Dispensing: 1
e
A
Dispenser pump D 1
The following options are available:
Dispensing 1 to 6
Dispenser pump: - No - D1 to D13
Dispensing phase 1 ~ User defined
Dispensing amount: 0 ml
Dispensing delay: 0 s
S
A
Dispensing amount: 0 to 999 depending on
dispensing method - ml - ml/l - ml/kg
Dispensing delay: - No - 0 to 999 s
^ After making your selection and pressing
the S button to confirm your selection the
display will revert to the programme list
and any changes made to dispensing data
will be saved in memory. Pressing theA
button will take you back to the
programme list without saving your
changes.
Access control
If access control is set to "Yes" only those
programmes which have been given free
access can be selected.
Dispensing ~ 1 Cottons
Dispensing method: No
Supervisor level ~Main menu
Dispensing phase 1: X
A
The following options are available:
- No
- Amount in ml - Concentration ml/l
- Concentration ml/kg
Dispensing ~ 1 Cottons
-
Dispensing phase 2: No
A
When setting the amount or concentration
for dispensing phases 1 and 2 you have the
choice of "No" or "User defined".
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Programming
The following options are available:
- No
- Yes
If you set "Dispensing method" to: "No"
dispensing phases 1 and 2 are barred.
Dispensing phase 1: No
e
A
Access control: No
If a programme in the programme header
has not been given free access, then the
message $ "Programme locked" will appear
in the display.
1
Cottons
90 °C
2
Cottons
60 °C
3
$ Programme locked
i
ä
FC
A
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Programming
Programme structure
Programme block
Programme header
Programme number, Programme name,
Material number, ID number:,
Area 1-2-3, Name - Area 1-2-3,
Weigh, Nominal load, Min. water level,
Fill type, Access control, Lock, Peak load,
Hot water control, Price
Area 1
Pre-washes
Pre-wash 1 to Pre-wash 10
(max. 10 blocks)
Area 2
Main washes
Main wash 1 to Main wash 10
(max. 10 blocks)
Area 3
Rinses
Rinse 1 to Rinse 10
(max. 10 blocks)
A programme consists of a Programme
header, a pre-wash area, a main wash area
and a rinse area. These areas can be used
individually or together to create a
programme. However areas cannot be
present twice. Each area is made up of
individual blocks.
The programme header contains general
programme structures which relate to the
whole programme. See menu point "Create".
The blocks for the individual areas are all
identical and contain the same basic
parameters.
The simplest way of creating a new
programme is to copy an existing
programme, or blocks or areas from an
existing programme and then to make
changes to these.
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Block name
1. Block activation
2. Programm stop 1
3. Programme stop signal 1
4. Heating
5. Free temperature selection
6. Temperature
7. Hysteresis
8. Warm up
9. Water level 1
10. Water inlet 1
11. Dispensing method
12. Dispensing phase 1
13. Dispensing stop 1
14. Agitation from level
15. Water level stop 1
16. Wash time 1
17. Thermo stop
18. Water level 2
19. Water inlet 2
20. Dispensing phase 2
21. Dispensing stop 2
22. Water level stop 2
23. Wash time 2
24. Cool down
25. Wash time 3
26. Programme stop 2
27. Programme stop signal 2
28. Drain path 1
29. Drain level
30. Wash time 4
31. Drain path 2
32. Free spin speed selection
33. Spin
34. Repeat
35. Block end signal
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Programming
Copying menu
This menu is used for copying existing
programme packages, programmes, areas
and blocks.
Programmes will be written to the first free
position.
Copy ~ Programme
Target prog. number: 5
Number of programmes: 1
Supervisor level ~Programming
S
Create
e
Copy
A
^ After making your selection and pressing
the rotary dial to confirm your selection the
following appears in the display:
A
^ After entering your selection and pressing
the S button the copying procedure will be
carried out.
If you try to copy to a programme place
which is already occupied the following
message will appear in the display:
Progamming ~ Copy
Copy ~ Programme
Programmes
e
A
Area
Overwrite existing data?
e
S
A
Copy programme
This option is used for copying all
programmes, a programme package (e.g.
programmes 1 to 10) or a single programme.
Existing programmes are only overwritten
after another confirmation to do so. After
selecting this option the following will show
in the display:
If there is insufficient space in memory to
take the programme the following will
appear in the display:
Copy ~ Programme
Insufficient controller memory
S
e
A
Copy ~ Programme
1 Cottons
90 °C
2 B Cottons
60 °C
1-999
112 Duvets
60 °C
185 Masks
35 °C
367 Sleeping bags
40 °C
1-999
S
e
A
-
S
A
^ After selecting a programme and pressing
the rotary dial a B will appear next to your
selected programme. Pressing the dial
again will delete the tick. Press the S
button to select your option.
"Insufficient controller memory" will flash in
the display.
^ After pressing the S button the overwriting
procedure will be carried out and you will
be taken back to the "Copy" sub menu.
If you press the A button or, if you do not
touch any buttons in the next 30 seconds the
copying procedure will not be carried out
and you will be taken back to the "Copy" sub
menu.
To copy all programmes press the "1-999"
button. This highlights all programmes.
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Programming
Copy area
This option is used to copy an area from an
existing programme into another
programme. This adds a new area to an
existing programme, or overwrites an
existing area in that programme.
^ After selecting this option the following will
show in the display:
Copy ~ Area
Source programme: 1 Cottons
Source area: 1 Pre-wash
S
e
A
^ Press the rotary dial, select a source
programme number and then confirm your
selection.
If an existing area is to be copied to a target
programme position the following security
message will appear in the display:
Copy ~ Area
Overwrite existing data?
S
e
A
^ After pressing the S button the overwriting
procedure will be carried out and you will
be taken back to the "Copy" sub menu. If
you press the A button or, if you do not
touch any buttons in the next 30 seconds
the copying procedure will not be carried
out and you will be taken back to the
"Copy" sub menu.
^ Then go to the source area, and select
pre-wash, main wash or rinses and confirm
your selection.
Copy ~ Area
-
Target programme: 23 Sleeping bags
Target area: 3 Rinses
S
e
A
^ Select and confirm your target programme
and then select and confirm the target
programme number.
^ Then select and confirm the target area,
and select pre-wash, main wash or rinses
and confirm your selection.
If a target area is not available (a name not
yet defined for it) the area number and the
standard name for the area will appear
(target area: pre-wash, main wash, rinses)
^ After entering your selection and pressing
the S button the copying procedure will be
carried out.
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Programming
Copy block
This menu option is used for copying a block
from an existing programme to make a new
programme or into part of a programme. A
new block is added to the target
programme.
If there are already 10 blocks in the target
area the 10th block will be overwritten. If a
block is copied into a target area which
does not exist, then the new target area will
automatically be allocated a name.
^ After selecting this option the following will
show in the display:
Copy ~ Block
Source programme: 1 Cottons
Source area: 1 Pre-wash
S
e
A
The first free block will appear as the target
block.
^ Select and confirm the target block option
and then select and confirm the target
block.
^ After pressing the S button the copying
procedure will be carried out.
If, when copying, the 10th block needs to be
overwritten, a security message will appear
in the display.
^ After pressing the S button the overwriting
procedure will be carried out and you will
be taken back to the "Copy" sub menu. If
you press the A button or, if you do not
touch any buttons in the next 30 seconds
the copying procedure will not be carried
out and you will be taken back to the
"Copy" sub menu.
^ Press the rotary dial, select a source
programme number and then confirm your
selection.
^ Then go to the source area, and select
pre-wash, main wash or rinses and confirm
your selection.
^ Select and confirm the source block option
and then select and confirm the source
block.
Copy ~ Block
Source block: Soak
Target programme: 3 Sleeping bags
S
e
A
Copy ~ Block
-
Target area: 2nd rinse
Target block: 4
S
A
The first programme that has not been
locked or the last one selected will appear
as the target programme number.
^ Select and confirm the target programme
option and then select and confirm the
target programme number.
^ Then select and confirm the target area,
and select pre-wash, main wash or rinses
and confirm your selection.
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Programming
Delete option
This option is used for deleting a programme
package, a programme, an area or a block.
After pressing the rotary dial only
programme numbers of existing
programmes will appear in the input field for
the programme number. After selecting this
option the following will show in the display:
Programming ~ Delete
Programmes
e
A
Area
To delete all "deletable" programmes press
the "1-999" button. Those programmes which
have been locked cannot be deleted.
Delete ~ Programme
12 B
23 B
Handwashable woollens
Minimum iron
20 °C
60 °C
1-999
S
e
A
^ After pressing the S button the following
security message will appear in the
display:
Programming ~ Delete
Delete existing data?
Programming ~ Delete
Area
A
Block
Delete programme
This option is used for deleting all
programmes, a programme package or an
individual programme.
^ After selecting this option the following
appears in the display:
Delete ~ Programme
1
X Cottons
90 °C
2
Cottons
60 °C
1-999
e
A
X "Locked" indicates that a programme is
locked. It cannot be deleted.
S
A
^ After pressing the S button the deleting
procedure will be carried out and you will
be taken back to the "deleting" sub menu.
If you press the A button or, if you do not
touch any buttons in the next 30 seconds
the procedure will not be carried out and
you will be taken back to the sub menu.
If there are no "deletable" programmes
available the following message will appear
in the display:
Delete ~ Programme
No programmes available to delete
A
Delete ~ Programme
2 B Cottons
60 °C
3 Cottons Intensive
60 °C
1-999
S
e
A
^ After selecting a programme press the
rotary dial to highlight it. Pressing the dial
again takes the highlighting off.
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Programming
Delete area
Delete block
This option is used to delete an area of a
programme. After selecting this option the
following appears in the display:
This option is used to delete a block within
an area of a programme. After selecting this
option the following appears in the display:
Delete ~ Area
Delete ~ Block
Progamme: 1 Cottons
Programme: 1 Cottons
Area: 1 Pre-wash
Area: 1 Pre-wash
A
^ The following will appear in the display
after you have pressed the rotary dial:
A
^ The following will appear in the display
after you have pressed the rotary dial:
Delete ~ Area
Programme:
S
Delete ~ Block
1
Cottons
Programme:
Area: 1 Pre-wash
1
Cottons
Area: 1 Pre-wash
A
^ Select and confirm the programme
number.
A
^ Select and confirm the programme
number.
^ Select and confirm the Area option.
Delete ~ Area
Programme: 1 Cottons
Delete ~ Block
Area: 1 Pre-wash
S
A
Area:
1
Pre-wash
Block: 1 Pre-wash
A
^ Select and confirm the Area option.
^ Select and confirm the pre-wash, main
wash or rinses area.
Delete ~ Area
Programme:
1 Cottons
Area:
1
Pre-wash
S
A
^ Select and confirm the Block option.
Delete ~ Block
^ Select and confirm the pre-wash, main
wash or rinses area.
^ After pressing the S button a security
message will appear in the display.
After pressing the S button the deleting
procedure will be carried out and you will be
taken back to the sub menu. If you press the
A button or, if you do not touch any
buttons in the next 30 seconds the deleting
procedure will not be carried out and you will
be taken back to the sub menu.
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Area:
1 Pre-wash
Block:
1
Pre-wash
S
A
^ Select and confirm the block you want.
^ After pressing the S button the following
security message will appear in the
display:
After pressing the S button the deleting
procedure will be carried out and you will be
taken back to the sub menu. If you press the
A button or, if you do not touch any
buttons in the next 30 seconds the deleting
procedure will not be carried out and you will
be taken back to the sub menu.
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Programming
Modify
This option is used to modify an existing
programme and save it to the same
programme number. If it is a Miele
programme the existing material number in
the programme header will be deleted if the
programme has been changed and saved.
^ After selecting this option the following
appears in the display:
^ Pressing the S button will take you into
Block programming:
Modify ~ Block programming
Area: 1 Pre-wash
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A
Block: Pre-wash 1
The area is selected here.
Modify ~ Block programming
Block: Pre-wash 1
Programming ~ Modify
1
Cottons
90 °C
2
X Cottons
60 °C
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A
Block parameter
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A
The block is selected here.
X "Locked" indicates that a programme is
locked. It cannot be modified.
^ The following will appear in the display
after you have made your selection and
pressed the rotary dial:
^ After selecting block parameter you get
into the individual programme stages:
Block programming ~ Block parameter
Block name: Pre-wash
S
e
A
S
e
A
1. Block activation: No
-
Modify ~ Programme header
e
Programme number: 1
Programme name: Cottons
S
e
A
Block programming ~ Block parameter
1. Block activation: No
2. Programme stop 1: No
Modify options in the programme header are
described under Create, Programme
header.
^ To save parameters that have already
been established press the S button.
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Modify options for the individual programme
stages are described under Create, Block
programming.
If you press the A button or, if you do not
touch any buttons in the next 30 seconds the
modifying procedure will not be carried out
and you will be taken back to the main
menu.
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Programming
Programme name
Create menu
This option is used for creating a new
programme. Individual areas, blocks and
programme stages have to be specified.
Pressing the S button in saves already
specified parameters to the programme
header and also takes you to the area, block
or block programming.
Supervisor level ~Programming
Create
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A
Copy
Supervisor level ~Programme header
Programme name:
Material number: xxxxxxxxx
S
e
A
If you select the "Programme name" input
field (programme name max. 25 digits long
and area or block name max. 20 digits long)
the letter set for naming will then appear in
the display:
Name:
e
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
0123456789
Programme header
}
Programme number
^ After selecting this option the following will
show in the display:
Create ~ Programme header
-
Programme number: 11
Programme name:
S
e
A
a->A
S
The cursor will jump to the first empty space
on the left.
^ After selecting and confirming a digit with
the rotary dial the selected digit will
appear in the "Name" text field.
Name:
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
+-!.° % &/
The lowest available programme number will
appear in the "Programme number" input
field automatically.
^ After pressing the rotary dial all
programme numbers, from the lowest
number not yet allocated up to programme
number 999 are available.
16
A
}
a->A
S
e
A
Press the a->A function button to toggle
between upper and lower case.
Use the } function button to delete a digit
and move the input position to the left.
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Programming
Material number
Weigh
Turn the rotary dial to access the material
number input field. The material number
cannot be changed! When a new
programme is created in supervisor level
xxxxxxxxx will appear in this position.
By selecting and confirming this option with
the rotary dial you can specifiy how laundry
is to be weighed.
Create ~ Programme header
Weigh: No
Nominal load: 10.0 kg
ID number
-
The ID number number cannot be changed!
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Material number: xxxxxxxxx
ID number: 123456789
e
S
Selection choice:
Create ~ Programme header
-
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A
S
A
– No
The controls assume that a nominal load is
always present. You cannot enter the weight
manually before starting a programme.
– manual
Area 1 - 2 - 3
Turn the rotoary dial clockwise to access the
input field for area 1.
Create ~ Programme header
Area 1: No
Name Area 1: Pre-wash
-
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S
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A
Selection choice: - No
- 1 Block up to 10 Blocks
If a number of blocks are specified then an
area name needs to be given. This can be
done under "Name Area 1". The first
suggestion will appear here for Area 1
"Pre-wash",
for Area 2 "Main wash" and
for Area 3 "Rinses".
See also "Programme structure".
Area 1: 1 Block
Name Area 1: Pre-wash
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– automatic
The machine automatically weighs how
much laundry is in the drum.
Nominal load
By selecting a nominal load you can allocate
a specific laundry weight to the programme.
The max. value will depend on the machine.
Create ~ Programme header
-
Nominal load: 10.0 kg
Minimum water level: 100 mm
-
e
S
e
A
Selection choice:
- 0.0 kg, 0.2 kg to 32 kg
Create ~ Programme header
-
Laundry can be weighed by hand before
starting a programme.
S
e
A
The selection and input of Name Area 1 is
the same procedure as for a programme
name.
The procedure for Areas 2 and 3 is the same
as for Area 1.
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Programming
Minimum water level:
Access control
By selecting the minimum water option all
blocks without heating will be run using the
minimum level. This value specifies the
lowest level selectable.
The max. value is 350 mm.
When access control is selected the
programme is available for use. Only
progammes that have been given "Access
control" can be started.
Create ~ Programme header
Access control: Yes
Minimum water level: 100 mm
Fill type: Auto load adjustment
-
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Create ~ Programme header
S
e
A
Lock: No
-
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S
e
A
Selection choice: - No - Yes
Selection choice: - 0 mm, 2 mm to 350 mm
Lock
Fill type
This option is used to specify how water is
taken into the machine.
If when creating a programme the fill type is
changed in the programme header, the
basic settings for the level will be saved to
the blocks again.
Create ~ Programme header
Create ~ Programme header
Fill type: Auto load adjustment
Access control: Yes
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When the lock option is selected the
programme is barred from use. A
programme once started can only be
stopped or cancelled by pressing the
Stop/End button within the first minute of
starting it. The door cannot be opened until
the programme has finished.
S
e
A
Selection choice:
Lock: Yes
Peak load: Yes
-
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S
e
A
Selection choice: - No - Yes
– Auto load adjustment mm
In programmes which use auto load
adjustment the amount of laundry in the
drum influences the water level, the amount
of detergent required and the number of
rinses.
– Water level mm
When selecting - Water level mm or - Auto
load adjustment the option of selecting
"Concentration ml/l" is blocked in the
dispensing menu and in the dispensing type
menu in block programming.
– Water volume l
– Laundry to suds ratio kg/l
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Programming
Peak load
Price
With this option the programme is set up to
react to a peak load. If the input signal for a
peak load is detected and the programme is
in a heating phase the heaters will be
switched off and the programme stopped.
The following will then appear in the display:
Prog. stopped. Peak load cut-out.
By selecting the price option you can
allocate a specific cost to the programme.
This has to be paid before the programme
can be started.
If the programme is at thermo stop, then the
thermo stop safety time remains unaffected.
Peak load: Yes
Hot water control: No
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Hot water control: No
Price: No
-
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S
A
Selection choice: - No
Create ~ Programme header
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Create ~ Programme header
S
e
A
If set to "No" the pricing message will not be
shown.
– 0.10 to 9999.90 in 0.10 increments
Selection choice: - No - Yes
This concludes programming of the
programme header.
Hot water control
Create ~ Programme header
Hot water control: No
Price: No
-
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S
e
A
Pressing the S button will take you into
Block programming.
Modify ~ Block programming
Area: 1 Pre-wash
Block: 1
Selection choice:
– No
– Yes
If hot water control is set to "Yes" the water
inlet valves will be programmed
automatically so that the required wash
temperature is achieved during the first
water intake by controlling the cold and hot
water inlet valves.
If the water valves are not set to automatic
the pre-selected water valves will be
controlled in conjunction with the hot water
control "Yes" irrespective of the required
temperature.
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e
A
The following options can now be selected:
1 Pre-wash, 2 Main wash, 3 Rinses.
Modify ~ Block programming
Block: 1
Block parameter
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A
This option is used for selecting:
Block 1 to 10 from the selected area.
After selecting block parameter you get into
the individual programme stages or the
selected block.
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Programming
Block name
Block programmimg
Block programming is used for specifying
the individual steps in the blocks. The blocks
for the individual areas are all identical and
contain the same basic parameters.
Programme block
Step
Standard settings
Block name
20 empty spaces
Block programming ~ Block parameter
Block name:
1. 1. Block activation: No
-
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S
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A
Enter a name for the block.
1. Block activation
1. Block activation
2. Programme stop 1
No
No
3. Programme stop signal 1
No
4. Heating
5. Free temperature selection
No
No
6. Temperature
Cool air
– No
7. Hysteresis
8. Warm up
Normal
X
The programme block is not carried out.
9. Water level 1
0 mm / 0 l / 1:0 kg/l
– Permanent
10. Water inlet 1
11. Dispensing method
12. Dispensing phase 1
Automatic
No
X
13. Dispensing stop 1
14. Agitation from level
15. Water level stop 1
X
Automatic
No
16. Wash time 1
17. Thermo stop
18. Water level 2
No
X
0 mm
19. Water inlet 2
20. Dispensing phase 2
21. Dispensing stop 2
22. Water level stop 2
23. Wash time 2
24. Cool down
25. Wash time 3
26. Programme stop 2
27. Programme stop signal 2
28. Drain path 1
29. Drain level
30. Wash time 4
31. Drain path 2
32. Free spin speed selection
33. Spin
34. Repeat
35. Block end signal
Automatic
X
X
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
0 mm
No
Drain
No
No
No
No
At the start of programming each block a
decision needs to be made about the
activation status of the block.
Selection choice:
The programme block is a fixed part of the
programme structure and is always carried
out.
– Block+
The programme block is only carried out if
the + i "Block+" button is pressed.
X "locked" appears if the dispensing type
has been programmed to "No" in the
respective programme.
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Programming
2. Programme stop 1
4. Heating
This is used to stop a programme.
Is used to control the heating. It can, for
example, be used for hot water rinsing.
Selection choice:
– No
The programme does not stop.
Selection choice:
– Yes
– Permanent
The heaters are controlled in the normal way
to reach the selected temperature.
The programme always stops at the position
programmed.
– No
– Starch stop
– Without spin
If "Starch stop" or "Without spin" are selected
the programme will only stop at the position
programmed if the respective button is
pressed at this point.
The heating is not switched on. The
temperature selected is controlled via the
water intake valves only. The Thermo stop
setting has to then be set to "No". The
required temperature field in the display
remains empty before and after the start of
the programme.
– Spin and Starch stop
5. Free temperature selection
If "Spin and Starch stop" is selected the
programme will only stop at the position
programmed if the respective buttons are
pressed at this point.
This option allows you to make a change to
the temperature before starting a
programme.
3. Programme stop signal 1
– No
This is used to set the "Programme stop"
output (for signal transmitter).
The temperature programmed into the block
is always used.
Selection choice:
– Yes
– No
The temperature set before the start of the
programme for the 1st main wash is
allocated to all programme blocks if "Free
temperature selection" has been set to "Yes"
for all the blocks and as long as the
programmed temperature is not smaller.
The "Programme stop" output is not
controlled during a programme stop.
– Yes
Selection choice:
The "Programme stop" output is controlled
during a programme stop.
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Programming
6. Temperature
9. Water level 1
Selection choice:
The fill type can be set to auto load control,
water level, water volume and suds to water
ratio in the programme header. With auto
load control or water level you can also set
the height for Water level 1.
– Cool air
The heating is not switched on.
– 15 to 95 °C
The temperature can be programmed in
1 °C increments.
7. Hysteresis
This is the temperature difference when the
heating switches on and off.
Selection choice:
– Normal (Off 0 °C, On -6 °C)
– Small (Off +3 °C, On 0 °C)
– User defined
+3 °C to –10 °C in 1°C increments
8. Warm up
This option is used to set how fast the water
heats up.
$ Warm up locked if programme step
4. Heating is programmed to "No".
Selection choice:
Selection choice:
– Water volume:
0.5 l increments from 0 l up to the following
values:
Model
PW 6101
Max. water
level
95 l
PW 6131
120 l
PW 6161
PW 6201
125 l
152 l
PW 6241
160 l
PW 6321
170 l
Max. progr. water
level
350 mm
– Water level
The water level can be set in 2 mm
increments from 0 mm up to 350 mm.
– Laundry to suds ratio
The laundry to suds ratio can be set in 0.5
kg/l increments
from 1:0.0 kg/l up to 1:20 kg/l.
– No
– 1°C/min to 10°C/min
The heating can be set to be on all the time
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Programming
10. Water inlet 1
– User defined
Selection choice:
No
– Automatic
4 of 10 different inlet valves
If the water inlet valves are programmed to
"automatic" the required wash temperature is
achieved during the water intake by
controlling the cold and hot water inlet
valves.
The optimum hot water intake may not
always take place. However the actual
temperature will never be higher than the
required temperature. The controls will react
beforehand to bring in a different inlet valve.
The water inlet valves in the dispenser
drawer compartments are set as follows:
Temperature area
Actual temp. >
Rqrd.
Actual temp. =
Rqrd.
Inlet valve
Water valve
W1 -> K1
W1, K1
K1, W1
K2, W2
Water valve
Water valve
W2 -> K2
WD -> KD
W2, K2
WD, KD
Pre-wash compartment
Main wash compartment
Fabric conditioner compartment
Additional agent compartment
Direct water intake
WRG inlet valve (Water recycling)
K3
K4
KD, WD
K6
The following inlet valves are controlled
according to programme block:
11. Dispensing method
This stipulates how the agents are
dispensed into the machine.
Selection choice:
– No
Programme
sequence
Pre-wash 1
Temperature area
Actual
Actual
Actual
temp. >
temp. =
temp. <
Rqrd.
Rqrd.
Rqrd.
KD, K1
WD, W1,
WD, W1,
KD, K1
KD, K1
Pre-wash 2-10
KD, K1
Main wash 1
KD, K2
Main wash 1-10 KD, K2
(with pre-wash)
Rinse 1
KD, K3
Rinse 1
Rinse 2
KD,K4
KD, K3
Rinse 1
Rinse 2
Rinse 3
KD
KD,K4
KD, K3
Rinse 1
Rinse 2
Rinse 3-9
Rinse 10
KD
KD,K4
KD
KD,K3
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WD, KD,
K1
WD, W2,
KD, K2
KD, WD,
W2, K2
KD, WD,
K3
KD,WD,K4
KD, WD,
K3
KD, WD
KD,WD,K4
KD, WD,
K3
KD, WD
KD,WD,K4
KD, WD
KD,WD,
K3
WD, W1
WD, W2,
KD, K2
WD, W2
WD, K3
No dispensing takes place
– Amount in ml (millilitre)
– Concentration in ml/l (millilitre per litre)
This does not appear when programming
the programme header for fill type "water
level", "auto load control"
– Concentration ml/kg (millilitre per load of
laundry in kg)
WD,K4
WD, K3
WD
WD,K4
WD, K3
WD
WD,K4
WD
WD,K3
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Programming
12. Dispensing phase 1
14. Agitation from level
This option is used for specifying the
dispensing procedure for a max. of 6
dispenser pumps.
This defines drum agitation in the
programme block after the first water intake.
Selection choice:
– No
Selection choice:
– Automatic
– User defined
Dispensing does not take place.
– User defined
Dispenser pumps
1 dispenser pump per dispensing
can be selected from D1 to D 13
Dispensing amount (depending on
dispensing method selected)
0 to 999 ml or
0 to 50 ml/l or
0 to 50 ml/kg
Dispensing delay
0 to 999 sec.
– X with dispensing type set to "No"
Time
0, 15 to 59 sec
0 to 99 min.
Rhythm
No
Normal 12/3 sec. Wash/Pause
Gentle
5/10 sec. Wash/Pause
Gentle+ 3/27 sec. Wash/Pause
User defined
On: 2 to 99 sec.
Off: 2 to 99 sec.
rpm
No
Normal
Drench
User defined 20 to 70 rpm.
13. Dispensing stop 1
Selection choice:
– No
The dispensing process takes place at the
same time as the following programme
steps. Dispensing stops at the end of wash
time 1.
– Yes
Start drum rotation
Auto load adjustment
0 mm to level 1
Water level
0 mm to level 1
Water volume
0 l to level 1
Laundry to suds ratio
1:0 to 1:20 kg/l
Long dispensing phases are not stopped.
The subsequent wash time 1 will not start
until the dispensing procedure is complete.
– X with dispensing type set to "No"
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Programming
15. Water level stop 1
17. Thermo stop
Selection choice:
$ Thermo stop locked if programme step 4.
Heating is programmed to "No".
– No
Water is taken in at the right time into the
following programme stages: Dispensing
phase 1 and 2, Agitation from level and
Wash time 1 and 2. These programme steps
take place at the same time as the water
intake.
– Yes
First water is taken into the machine up to
the level specified and then the following
programme steps are carried out. The
programme stops whilst water is being taken
into the machine. Drum rotation is controlled
via the "Agitation from level" function.
16. Wash time 1
During the time specified the drum will rotate
using the rhythm specified and at the spin
speed set.
Selection choice:
– No
– User defined
Time
Rhythm
0, 15 to 59 sec
0 to 99 min.
No
Normal
Gentle
Gentle+
User defined
On: 2 to 99 sec.
Off: 2 to 99 sec.
Spin speed
No
Normal
Drench
User defined
20 to 70 rpm.
Selection choice:
– No
If the Thermo stop has been set to "No" the
heating phase will start when the minimum
heating level is reached. Wash times 1 and 2
will be carried out on a timed basis without
necessarily reaching the temperature
selected.
– Yes
If the Thermo stop has been set to "Yes" the
heating phase will also start when the
minimum heating level is reached. However
wash time 2 will not start until the required
temperature has been reached. Wash time 2
always starts with the required temperature.
– Disinfection
If the Thermo stop has been programmed to
"Disinfection" the same conditions apply as
for Thermo stop "Yes". However if a
temperature has not been maintained to
within 3°C of the permitted hysteresis value,
e.g. because of a peak-load or a mains
interruption, then then the machine will go
into Thermo stop again and wash time 2 and
dispensing phase 2 will have to be carried
out again.
18. Water level 2
Settings as for Water level 1
19. Water inlet 2
Settings as for Water inlet 1
20. Dispensing phase 2
Settings as for Dispensing phase 1
21. Dispensing stop 2
Settings as for Dispensing stop 1
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Programming
22. Water level stop 2
28. Drain path 1
Settings as for Water level stop 1
23. Wash time 2
This option is used to specify how the water
should be drained out of the machine, and
where to.
Settings as for Wash time 1
Selection choice:
24. Cool down
The rate at which the water is cooled down
before being drained is defined here.
Selection choice:
– No
The water is not cooled down.
– Automatic
Water is taken in in stages via the valves
specified in the programme step "Water inlet
2", with a cooling down rate of 3°C/min until
the max. level is reached in the machine.
Water is then drained to the wash level and
more water then brought in in stages until
the water temperature has reached 45°C.
The programmed required level is reduced
by 30% when it matches the maximum level
in the machine.
– User defined
Cool down temperature of 20 to 95°C
Cool down rate of 1 to 20°C/min.
– No
Water is not drained away.
The spin programme step cannot then be
set to spin speed faster than 70 rpm.
– Drain
This controls the drain valve.
– Reservoir
Water is drained into the water recovery
system.
– Empty reservoir
The WRG water recycling system reservoir is
emptied.
– Cleaning
The water in the circuit is emptied.
29. Drain level
26. Programme stop 2
A water level can be specified. A residual
amount of water may remain in the suds
container until the run up to spin
commences. This enables certain types of
laundry to be evenly distributed in the drum
during spinning and helps to keep any
imbalance to a minimum. The drum does not
rotate.
Settings as for Programme stop 1
Selection choice:
27. Programme stop signal 2
– Water level
0 mm up to Level 1 or 2
25. Wash time 3
Settings as for Wash time 1
Settings as for Programme stop signal 1
30. Wash time 4
Settings as for Wash time 1
31. Drain path 2
Settings as for Drain path 1
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Programming
**Areas 1 to 19 and 71 to 299 rpm cannot be
selected.
32. Free spin speed selection
Selection choice:
The maximum spin speed available
depends on the machine:
– No
The spin speed programmed into the block
is always used.
– Yes
Model
Max. spin speed
PW 6101
PW 6131
1200 rpm
1100 rpm
PW 6161
1150 rpm
PW 6201
PW 6241
1100 rpm
1100 rpm
PW 6321
1000 rpm
The spin set for the last programme block
before starting a programme is used for all
programme blocks. It does not matter if
programme step "Free spin speed
selections" was set to "yes" or "no" in the last
block.
34. Repeat
33. Spin
A block or programme can be repeated.
Selection choice:
Selection choice:
– No
– No
Spinning does not take place.
No repeat.
– Automatic
– Block
Spin profile
Repeat programme blocks
1 x block up to 9 x blocks
Phase
Time
1
2
3
4
5
6
1min. 1min. 1min. 3min. 3min. 2min.
Rhythm
No
Spin speed 500
(rpm)
12/3
30
No
500
No
850
No
12/3
max. 30
– Programme
Repeat programmes
1 x programme up to 9 x programmes
35. Block end signal
– User defined
Up to 6 different spin phases can be
programmed for each spin step.
Time
0, 1 to 59 sec
0 to 99 min.
Rhythm
No
Normal
Gentle
Gentle+
User defined 3/12 to
(*Total always 015)
99 to 99 sec.*
Spin speed
If a programme block has finished a signal
can be activated.
Selection choice:
– No
A block end signal is not given.
– Yes
The "Block end" output relay is activated.
The block end signal remains active until the
End or Start button or Rotary dial are
activated.
No
Normal
Drench
User defined
20 to 70 rpm.
300 - max. rpm**
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Settings
To save parameters press the S button.
Settings menu
Supervisor level ~ Main menu
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A
Settings
Change password
The following will appear in the display after
you have pressed the rotary dial:
Supervisor level ~ Settings
Memory function: No
Programme lock: 1 to 16
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A
Sub menu points:
Memory function
Programme lock
Buzzer
Unit - Temperature
Unit - Seconds
Unit - Minutes
Unit - Hours
Unit - Length
Unit - Weight
Unit - Volume
Unit - Pressure
Unit - Drum rotation
max. Temperature
max. rpm
Display
Display standby
Contrast setting
Button allocation
Clock display
Date display
Dispenser calibration
Dispensing throughput (D1 to 13)
Dispensing correction factor (D1 to D13)
Dispenser level reminder (D1 to 13)
Password required
Medium water pressure
Heater voltage
Customer data
Currency
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If you press the A button or, if you do not
touch any buttons in the next 30 seconds the
settings will not be changed and you will be
taken back to the main menu.
Memory function
Changes made to the temperature and spin
programme parameters before starting a
programme are saved after starting the
programme. Functions and function buttons
are not reset at the end of the programme.
The next time the programme is selected
they are automatically adopted.
Selection choice: - No - Yes
Programme lock
Programmes in this area cannot be
changed, deleted or overwritten.
Selection choice: - No
- User defined
From: 1 to 999
Buzzer
If programmed to "Yes" the buzzer will be
activated at the same time as programme
stop signals 1 and 2, at the block end signal
and if there is a fault stop signal. The buzzer
frequency increases with a fault stop signal.
To switch the buzzer off press the rotary dial.
It will switch off automatically after 5 minutes.
The buzzer is not activated if it is
programmed to "No".
Selection choice: - No - Yes
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Settings
Unit - Temperature, seconds, minutes,
hours, length, weight, volume, pressure,
drum rotation
If this is set to "auto" the units for
temperature, seconds, minutes, hours,
length, weight, volume, pressure and drum
rotation will be the default ones set for your
language.
Unit - Temperature
Maximum temperature selection
This value can be set from 95 °C / 203 °F to
cold in 1 °C/°F steps and limits all
temperature settings in the programmes to
the selected value. For example if this value
is set to 60 °C the temperature will not
exceed 60 °C in any programme even if you
have programmed a higher temperature for
your selected programme.
Selection choice: 95 to 15 °C, cold
Selection choice: - auto - °C - °F
Unit - Seconds
Selection choice: - auto
- s - sec - sg - sek
Unit - Minutes
Selection choice: auto - min - mn
Unit - Hours
Selection choice: - auto
- h - timer - tim - uur - time - hr
Unit - Length
Maximum rpm
This value can be set from 0 rpm up to the
maximum permitted rpm for the machine as
follows:
Area
Step
20 rpm to 70 1 rpm
rpm
300 rpm to
max* rpm
25 rpm
Note
1 to 19 rpm cannot be
selected.
For setting drum rotation
speeds during washing
71 to 299 rpm cannot be
selected.
For setting the spin speed.
Selection choice: - auto - mm - inches
Unit - Weight
Selection choice: - auto - kg - l
Unit - Volume
Selection choice: - auto
- l - USA gal - CDN gal
Unit - Pressure
Selection choice: - auto - bar - psi
Unit - Drum rotation
Selection choice: - auto
- U/min - T/min
- rpm - t/mn - giri/min
- kierr/min - r/min
- omdr/min - v/min
- o/min
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If a spin speed, e.g. 500 rpm, is selected
then the machine will not spin at speeds in
excess of 500 rpm in all programmes even
though the programme selected has been
programmed to have a higher spin speed.
The maximum spin speed available
depends on the machine:
Model
PW 6101
PW 6131
PW 6161
PW 6201
PW 6241
PW 6321
Max. spin speed
1200 rpm
1100 rpm
1150 rpm
1100 rpm
1100 rpm
1000 rpm
Selection choice: - 1200 to 300 rpm
- 70 to 20 rpm
- 0 rpm
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Settings
Display
Contrast setting
The display can be set to "Normal" or
"Detailed".
The display contrast has settings from 1 to
10. It can be set to suit site requirements. As
soon as you change the setting the contrast
will change in the display.
In the "Normal" setting only the pre-wash and
main wash temperatures, the final spin
speed of the last wash block and the area
name are shown in the display.
1
90 °C
Cottons
10,0 / 10,0 kg
Rinses
m
1100 rpm
k
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A
All area and block names are displayed in
the "Detailed" setting.
1
Cottons
Pre-wash
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1
Cottons
300 rpm
k
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1200 rpm
k
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Clock display
Selection choice: - 24 h - 12 h
Date display
10,0 / 10,0
Rinses 2
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Selection choice: - Normal
- Direct
The clock display can be set to a 24 h or
12 h one.
10,0 / 10,0
Pre-wash
40 °C
Button allocation
If this is set to "Direct" the first 6 programmes
will be allocated to function buttons 1 to 6.
Main wash
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Selection choice: - 1 to 10
A
Selection choice: - Normal - Detailed
Standby Display
If the "Standby display" is set to: "Yes" the
display comes on when a control element is
pressed. If no other operational measures
are taken the display will go into "Standby"
mode after 10 minutes. To let you know you
are in "Standby" the lightring around the Start
button will flash. Pressing any control will
switch the last active display back on again.
If the "Standby display" is set to: "No" the
display will stay on permanently.
The date is displayed according to language
set as follows:
Country
Deutschland, England,
Niederlande, Frankreich, Italien,
Finnland, Portugal, Spanien,
Dänemark, Norwegen,
Griechenland
Schweden
USA
Format
Day/Month/Year
Year/Month/Day
Month/Day/Year
The date display can be changed if wished.
Selection choice: - auto
- Day/Month/Year
- Year/Month/Day
- Month/Day/Year
Selection choice: - Yes - No
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Settings
Dispenser calibration
The dispensers need to be calibrated to
ensure the dispenser pumps supply the
correct amount of liquid agent.
It is also possible to go straight into
dispenser calibration. Switch the machine
on. Then press the multi-function dial in and
switch the machine on with the "Mains On"
switch.
Supervisor level ~ Settings
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A
Dispenser calibration
Dispensing throughput
After selecting "Dispenser calibration":
Settings ~ Dispenser calibration
Dispenser throughput (D1 to D13)
The throughput can be set for connected
dispensers in 1 ml/min increments from
0 ml/min to 999 ml/min.
Supervisor level ~ Settings
Dispenser pump 1
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A
Dispenser pump 2
Selection choice: 1 to 13
Dispensing throughput
Dispensing correction factor
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After selecting "Dispenser throughput":
After selecting a dispenser pump the
following message will appear in the display:
Settings ~ Dispensing throughput
Dispenser pump 1: 100,0 ml/min
Dispenser calibration ~ Dispenser pump 1
V: 100ml
t: 0s
Dispenser pump 2: 100,0 ml/min
P: 200,0ml/min
0/1
S
A
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Selection choice: - No
- 1 to 999,0 ml/min
The amount to dispense can be set between
0 and 999 ml in 1 ml increments.
After selecting the parameters you want
press the multi-function dial to activate the
dispenser pump.
Dispenser calibration ~ Dispenser pump 1
V: 100ml
t: 30s
P: 200,0ml/min
0/1
S
A
The dispensing process finishes once the
dispensing amount is reached by pressing
the 0/1 button, or stops automatically after
60 seconds. The duration t measured will be
shown in seconds and the amount drawn P
will be shown in ml/min.
Press the S "Save" button to save the
values.
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Settings
Dispensing correction factor (D1 to D 13)
Password required
The correction factor can be used when
changing from one liquid agent to another. If,
for example, the agent used in dispenser
pump D 1 is changed (to one with a higher
concentration level), the correction factor
can be used to reset the pump quickly.
You deselect the password requirement
here.
To calculate the factor:
Correction factor D1 =
New amount Dos-p. D1
Current amount Dos-p. D1
-
Dispensing correction factor
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A
After selecting "Dispensing correction factor"
The machine must be set for a medium
water pressure for calculating consumption
data. This setting is also used for calculating
the amount of water used in the individual
blocks and for a complete programme.
Selection choice: - 0.1 to 50 bar
- 1 to 800 psi
Settings ~ Dispensing correction factor
Dispenser pump 1: 1,00
Dispenser pump 2: 1,00
Please be aware that if a password is
currently required and you change this
setting to "No" the user will be asked to enter
the current password after pressing the
A button.
Medium water pressure
Supervisor level ~ Settings
Dispenser level reminder
Selection choice: - Yes - No
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A
Heater voltage
The heater voltage is required for calculating
the heater rating.
Selection choice: - 2
- 1,99 to 0,01
After coming out of supervisor level the new
dispensing amounts will be used although
the programming has not been changed.
Selection choice: - 500 to 0 V
Dispenser level reminder (D 1 to D 13)
If you want to be reminded when a
dispenser is low the relevant dispensers
need to be programmed.
Supervisor level ~ Settings
Dispenser level reminder
Password required: Yes
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A
After selecting "Dispenser level reminder"
Settings ~ Dispenser level reminder
Dispenser pump 1: Yes
Dispenser pump 2: Yes
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Selection choice: - Yes - No
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Settings
Customer data
A variety of data can be entered under
customer data
Selection choice: - Location - Name
- First name - Street - House number - Town
- Post code - Telephone - System address
- Installation date
Location
The type of business can be entered in this
field.
Selection choice:
- Nursing and care home
- Doctor's surgery, - Convalescence home
- Fire/Emergency services - Restaurant/Café
- Commercial laundry - Small business
- Hotel/guesthouse - Industry - Youth hostel
- Hospital - Equestrian - School - Dry cleaner
- Communal laundry - Other
Name, First name
Street, House number
Town, Postcode
Telephone,
System address (a 10 digit system address
for the machine can be entered here).
Installation date
Currency
Selection choice:
- auto (linked to the language selected)
- EUR Euro
- GBP Pound sterling
- CHF Swiss francs
- USD US dollars
- RUB Russian rubel
- CAD Canadian dollars
- CZK Czech kroner
- DKK Danish kroner
- PLN Polish Zloty
- SEK Swedish kroner
- TRL Turkish Lira
- SKK Slovakian kroner
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Chip card access
Chip card access option
Programmes requiring special procedures
are written on to a chip card which is then
used to run the programme.
Supervisor level ~ Main menu
-
Change password
Card access: No
A
Selection choice: - No - Yes
If this option is set to "Yes" programmes can
only be started by using a programme card.
Programmes in the machine's control unit
cannot then be accessed.
Card access:
Welcome
INSERT CARD
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Chip cards
There are two different types of chip cards
for use with this machine:
If the programmes on the card are not
suitable for the machine you are using the
following message will appear in the display:
Card operation
Programmes on the card are only suitable
for machine type PW 6201.
A
The chip card can store a maximum of 30
programmes, each with 6 blocks. If the card
only contains one programme, then this
programme will be run.
Supervisor chip card
If a card containing one or more
programmes is inserted in the card reader
before starting a programme you will not be
able to access programmes in the
machine's internal memory. The
programmes on the card will appear listed in
the display together with the message "Card
operation":
Card operation
10
Protective clothing
45 °C
11
Minimum iron
60 °C
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FC
If a card is inserted in the card reader before
the start of a programme or at the end of a
programme and you press the function
button on the far right of the control panel a
message will appear in the display about the
card's contents:
Card contents
PW 6131
Programme
A
In this example the card contains just one
programme.
A
After removing the card or pressing the A
button the standard display will reappear.
^ Press the rotary dial to call up programme
details:
10
45 °C
Protective clothing
10,0 / 16,0 kg |
Main wash
Rinses
+i
m
1000 rpm
k
m
A
^ After pressing the "Start" h button the
programme details will be transferred to
the machine. The card can then be taken
out of the card reader. The programme is
deleted from the machine's memory at the
end of the programme as long as the card
has been removed.
You can use Miele PC software to lock and
unlock the contents of a chip card. Data
contained on a locked card cannot be
altered.
If a locked card is inserted in the card
reader the following message will appear for
5 seconds in the display if you select the
option "Data to card" or "Delete data from
card" and press the rotary dial:
Supervisor level ~ Main menu
Card locked
Data alteration not possible.
A
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Chip cards
Supervisor chip card
– For saving dispensing data,
language, programmes (programme
packages or back up), settings,
and single programmes for card
operation.
Card access
Programmes requiring special procedures
are written on to a card which is then used to
run the programme. "Card access" has be
activated via the supervisor level in the
machine.
Key card
This card enables you to get into supervisor
level automatically without having to enter a
password. It does not need to be left in the
reader after you have accessed the
supervisor level. After inserting the card in
the reader the following will appear in the
display:
If there is no card in the card reader or if
there are several programmes on the card
the following message will appear in the
display:
Card access
Welcome
INSERT CARD
Supervisor level ~ Main menu
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Language: Deutsch
Time/Date: 11:43 12.9.2003
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If a card with one programme on it is
inserted in the reader the following
(example) will appear in the display:
Selection choice:
– Language
Card access
1
Protective clothing
45 °C
– Time/Date
– Dispensing
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A
– Access control
– Programming
– Settings
– Change password
– Card access
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Chip cards
Data to card
Language data
This option is used to write data from the
machine to a card. This includes language,
dispensing information, programme data
and settings. It is not possible to combine
data from different machines onto one card.
The Profitronic M is supplied with 11
languages as standard. To select the
language you want to use you have to go
into supervisor level and select the
"Language" menu. It is also possible to save
an existing language to a card through the
"Language" menu. If language data is
already on the card an additonal
confirmation is asked for before overwriting
it.
Supervisor level ~ Main menu
Data to card
Data to control unit
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A
Selection choice: - Data to card
- Data to control unit - Delete data from card
^ After making your selection the following
appears in the display:
Language:
english (GB)
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Dispensing
A
Selection choice: - all languages in the
control unit.
Main menu ~Data to card
Language: english (GB)
Dispensing
Main menu ~Data to card
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A
^ The following will appear in the display
after you have made your selection and
pressed the rotary dial:
Selection choice:
Data to card ~ Language
– Language
– Dispensing
D
A
– Programme
– Settings
If language data already exists on the card
the following message will appear in the
display:
Data to card ~ Language
Overwrite existing data?
S
A
Press the S "Save" button to overwrite the
existing data.
If you press the A button or, if you do not
touch any buttons in the next 30 seconds the
overwriting procedure will not be carried out
and you will be taken back to the sub menu.
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Chip cards
Dispensing data
Programme data
This menu can be used to copy all
dispensing data relating to an existing
programme in the machine onto a card.
Existing dispensing data is only overwritten
after another confirmation to do so.
Dispensing type, dispensing phase 1, 2
(dispenser pumps, dispensing amount and
level) and dispensing stop 1, 2 (yes or no)
are then carried out for each programme. If
you change dispensing agent it is easy to
change the dispensing amount to suit.
Only those dispenser pumps which are
active are listed.
This menu can be used to copy a max. of 30
programmes to a card. The programmes will
be copied one after the other according to
the programme number in the machine. If
there is only one programme on the card
then the card can be used to run the
programme.
Main menu ~ Data to card
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A
Dispensing
Programme
^ The following will appear in the display
after you have made your selection and
pressed the rotary dial:
Data to card ~ Dispensing
Main menu ~ Data to card
-
Programme
Settings
A
^ After making your selection the following
appears in the display:
Data to card ~ Programme
1
Cottons
90 °C
2
Cottons
60 °C
1-999
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A
^ After selecting a programme press the
rotary dial to highlight it.
Data to card ~ Programme
D
A
1 B
Cottons
90 °C
2
Cottons
60 °C
1-999
If dispensing data already exists on the card
the following message will appear in the
display:
To copy all programmes press the "1-999"
button.
^ After pressing the S button data will be
copied.
Data to card ~ Dispensing
Overwrite existing data?
S
A
^ Press the S "Save" button to overwrite the
existing data.
If you press the A button or, if you do not
touch any buttons in the next 30 seconds the
overwriting procedure will not be carried out
and you will be taken back to the sub menu.
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S
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A
If there is not enough memory to save all
selected programmes to the card the
following will appear in the display:
Data to card ~ Programme
Insufficient memory
A
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Chip cards
Settings
Data to control unit
This menu is used for copying all settings
from the supervisor level (see "Settings"
menu) on the control unit to a card. Existing
settings are only overwritten after another
confirmation to do so.
Use this menu to write data from a card to
the control unit (language, dispensing
data, programme and settings).
Main menu ~ Data to card
Supervisor level ~ Main menu
-
Data to control unit
Delete data from card
-
Programme
A
Settings
A
^ After making your selection and pressing
the "Start" h button the following display
will appear:
Data to card ~ Settings
Selection choice: - Data to card
- Data to control unit - Delete data from card
^ After making your selection and pressing
the "Start" h button, the display will show
what is on the card.
Language
D
A
If settings data already exists on the card
the following message will appear in the
display:
If a language has been saved to the card
the following will appear in the display:
Data to control unit ~ Language
Language on card: english (GB)
Overwrite language: english (GB)
A
Data to card ~ Settings
Overwrite existing data?
S
A
^ Press the S "Save" button to overwrite the
existing data.
If you press the A button or, if you do not
touch any buttons in the next 30 seconds the
overwriting procedure will not be carried out
and you will be taken back to the sub menu.
^ After making your selection and pressing
the rotary dial the following will appear in
the display:
Data to control unit ~ Language
D
A
If there is already a language in the selected
position in the control unit the following
message will appear in the display:
Data to control unit ~ Language
Overwrite existing data?
S
A
^ Press the S "Save" button to overwrite the
existing data.
If you press the A button or, if you do not
touch any buttons in the next 30 seconds the
overwriting procedure will not be carried out
and you will be taken back to the sub menu.
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Chip cards
Dispensing
Programme
This menu is used for copying dispensing
data from a card into the control unit.
Existing dispensing data is only overwritten
after another confirmation to do so.
Dispensing data is only copied from
programmes where the programme number,
name and M.Nr match. The M.Nr of the
programme is not deleted after changing
dispensing data.
This menu is used for copying one or more
programes from a card into the control unit.
It will overwrite existing programmes in the
control unit.
^ After making your selection the following
appears in the display:
Data to control unit ~ Programme
Programme: 13 : 40 10.06.04
Data to control unit ~ Dispensing
A
Dispensing: 13 : 40 10.06.04
A
^ After pressing the rotary dial the following
message will appear in the display:
Data to control unit ~ Dispensing
^ The following will appear in the display
after you have pressed the rotary dial:
Data to control unit ~ Programme
1
Cottons
90 °C
2
Cottons
60 °C
A
1-999
Overwrite existing data?
S
A
^ After pressing the "Save" S button the
following message will appear in the
display during the data transfer process:
Data to control unit ~ Dispensing
D
A
If it was not possible to copy all dispensing
data from a card into the control unit, the
following message will appear in the display
after transferring the data:
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Selection choice: - all programmes on the
card.
^ Press the rotary dial to highlight or
deselect a highlighted programme. If you
want to copy all programmes present to
the card press the 1-999 button.
After making your selection and pressing the
"Save" S button the display will show the
data relating to the target programme place
in the control unit.
The first free programme place in the control
unit will appear from which the selected
programmes on the card will be saved to.
Data to control unit ~ Programme
Data to control unit ~ Dispensing
Target prog. number
Insufficient memory!
11
Total Programme: 5
A
If copying does not work as described
above the following message will appear in
the display for 5 seconds:
S
A
^ After entering your selection and pressing
the "Save" S button the data transfer will
be carried out.
Data to control unit ~ Dispensing
Data transfer not possible
A
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Chip cards
If there is insufficient space in memory to
take the selected programmes the following
will appear in the display:
Data to control unit ~ Programme
Insufficient controller memory
A
If you press the A button or, if you do not
touch any buttons in the next 30 seconds the
transfer procedure will not be carried out
and you will be taken back to the sub menu.
If there is sufficient memory in the control
unit the following will appear in the display
after the data has been successfully
transferred:
Settings
This menu is used for copying supervisor
level settings from a card into the control
unit. Existing data is only overwritten after
another confirmation to do so.
Data to control unit ~ Settings
Settings: 11 : 30
10.06.04
A
^ After pressing the rotary dial the following
message will appear in the display:
Data to control unit ~ Settings
Overwrite existing data?
S
Data to control unit ~ Programme
D
A
If the target programme place already has a
programme in it, a warning message will
appear in the display.
A
^ After pressing the "Save" S button the
following message will appear in the
display during the data transfer process:
Data to control unit ~ Settings
D
A
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Chip cards
Delete data from card
This menu is used for deleting all existing
data from a card.
Supervisor level ~ Main menu
-
Data to control unit
Delete data from card
A
^ After making your selection and pressing
the rotary dial details about the card will
appear in the display:
Supervisor level ~ Delete data from card
No data available to delete
A
All data is now deleted.
Programmes on the card can also be
deleted individually:
Supervisor level ~ Delete data from card
1
Cottons
90 °C
2
Cottons
60 °C
1-999
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A
^ After selecting a programme press the
rotary dial to highlight it.
^ After making your selection and pressing
the "Save" S button the following message
will appear:
Supervisor level ~ Delete data from card
Delete existing data?
S
A
If you press the A button or, if you do not
touch any buttons in the next 30 seconds the
deleting procedure will not be carried out
and you will be taken back to the sub menu.
^ After pressing the "Save" S button data on
the card or selected programmes will be
deleted. The menu selection screen will
then reappear.
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Manual control
Water inlet p
Manual control can be set before a
programme is started or during a
programme stop.
The water inlet valves and the water level
can be set.
^ Pressing the i "Manual control" button
takes you to the password screen.
Manual control ~ Water inlet
Password: _ _ _ _
Valve: KH
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
Level: 100 mm
0123456789
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A
A
^ Press the rotary dial to select "Valve".
After entering the password the manual
control screen will appear.
Manual control ~ Water inlet
Valve:
Manual control
Level:
^ Press the "Water inlet" p button.
0 mm
Temp:
KH
Level: 100 mm
22 °C
A
rpm: nein
p
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XY
ZX
u
f
This display shows the current level, rpm
and temperature in the machine.
The function buttons have specific manual
controls allocated to them here.
Water inletp, Dispensingß, Washing and
heating XY, Drain with drum rotation XZ,
Spin u.
^ Pressing the relevant button again
deselects the function.
Pressing the f "Stop/End" stops the
selected function and pressing it again takes
you out of manual control.
^ Turn the rotary dial to find the valve you
want and then press it to confirm your
selection.
Manual control ~ Water inlet
Valve: KH
Level:
100 mm
A
^ Turn the rotary dial to "Level" and then
press it to confirm your selection.
^ Turn the rotary dial to find the level you
want and then press it to confirm your
selection.
^ After selecting the valve and the level
pressing the "Start" h button will start the
water intake.
The water intake stops once the set level has
been reached or if the p button is pressed
again.
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Manual control
Dispensing ß
Washing and heating XY
The dispensing valve and the amount to
dispense can be set.
The temperature, rpm and wash rhythm can
be set.
^ Press the "Dispensing" ß button.
^ Press the XY button for washing and
heating.
Manual control ~ Dispensing
Dispenser pump: D1
Manual control ~ Washing and heating
Dispensing amount: 100 ml
Temp: 95 °C
A
^ Press the rotary dial to confirm "Dispenser
pump".
Manual control ~ Dispensing
Dispenser pump:
A
^ Turn the rotary dial to find the dispenser
pump you want and then press it to
confirm your selection.
D1
100 ml
A
^ Turn the rotary dial to "Dispensing amount"
and then press it to confirm your selection.
^ Turn the rotary dial to find the amount you
want and then press it to confirm your
selection.
^ After selecting the dispenser pump and
the dispensing amount pressing the "Start"
h button will start the dispensing process.
^ Dispensing stops once the agent has been
dispensed or when the dispensing ß
button is pressed.
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^ The Washing and heating process will
finish when ready or when the XY
button is pressed again.
Drain with agitation XZ
Manual control ~ Dispensing
Dispensing amount:
^ Set the temperature followed by the rpm
and then the wash rhythm.
^ Then press the h "Start" button to start the
washing and heating process.
D1
Dispensing amount: 100 ml
Dispenser pump:
e
A
rpm: Normal
The drain path, level, rpm and wash rhythm
can be set.
^ Press the XZ "Drain with agitation"
button.
Manual control ~ Drain with agitation
Drainage path: Drain
e
A
Level: 0 mm
^ Set the drainage path followed by the
level, then the rpm and the rhythm.
^ Then press the h "Start" button to start the
"Drain with agitation" process.
^ The "Drain with agitation" process with
finish when it is ready or when the
XZ button is pressed again.
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Manual control
Spin u
The spin speed can be set.
^ Press the u "Spin" button.
Manual control ~ Spin
rpm: 1200 rpm
A
^ Set the spin speed.
^ Then press the h "Start" button to start the
"Spin".
^ The spin will finish when it is ready or when
the u button is pressed again.
Manual control
Level:
0 mm
Spin speed:
p
Temperature:
22 °C
No
ß
XY
XZ
u
f
Pressing the f "Stop/End" stops the
selected function and pressing it again takes
you out of manual control.
Function combinations
Water inlet, Dispensing, Washing and
heating can be selected at the same time.
p
Water
inlet
j
j
j
j
XZ
ß
XY
Dispensi Washing Drain
with
ng
and
heating agitation
j
j
j
j
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j
j
j
j
j
j
j
u
Spin
j
j
j
j
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