Electrolux C 9 18 44-5 i Installation manual

Installation manual
W475H/N/S, W485N/S, W4105H/N/S,
W4130H/N/S, W4180H/N/S, W4240H/N/S,
W4250N/S, W4300H, W4330N/S
Compass Control
438 9037-38/US
09.38
Safety and warning signs
3
SAFETY AND WARNINGS SIGNS
Replace If Missing Or Illegible
One or more of these signs must be affixed on each machine as indicated, when not included as part of the front instruction panel.
LOCATED ON THE OPERATING INSTRUCTION SIGN OF THE MACHINE:
CAUTION
1. Do not attempt to open door unitl "Door unlocked" indicator
is lit.
2. Machine must not be used by children.
3. Do not use flammable liquids in this machine.
MACHINE MUST NOT BE USED BY CHILDREN
WARNING: ALL OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES SHOWN ON THE NEXT
PAGE OF THIS MANUAL MUST BE FOLLOWED DAILY FOR PROPER OPERATION OF YOUR
MACHINE.
PLEASE ENTER THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AS IT APPEARS ON THE MACHINE(S)
DATA PLATE(S).
MACHINE TYPE OR MODEL
MACHINE SERIAL NUMBER(S)
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS:__________ VOLTS,_ ________ PHASE,_________ HZ.
MAKE CERTAIN TO KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A SECURE PLACE FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE.
Safety and warning signs
4
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING To reduce the risk of fire, electric chock, or injury to persons when using your appliance:
1. Read all instructions before using the appliance.
2. This machine must be securely bolted to the floor according to the installation instructions.
3. This machine MUST be serviced and operated in compliance with manufacturers instructions.
CHECK DOOR LOCKS EVERY DAY FOR PROPER OPERATION TO PREVENT INJURY OR
DAMAGE. IF THE DOOR LOCK FAILS TO OPERATE PROPERLY, PLACE THE MACHINE
OUT OF ORDER UNTIL THE PROBLEM IS CORRECTED.
4. Do not wash articles that have been previously cleaned in, washed in, soaked in, or spotted
with gasoline, drycleaning solvents, or other flammable or explosive substances, as they give
off vapors that could ignite or explode.
5. Do not add gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents, or other flammable or explosive substances to
the wash water. These substances give off vapours that could ignite or explode.
6. Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be produced in a hot-water system that has not
been used for 2 weeks or more. HYDROGEN GAS IS EXPLOSIVE. If the hot-water system
has not been used for such a period, before using a washing machine, turn on all hot-water
faucets and let the water flow from each for several minutes. This will release any accumulated hydrogen gas. As the gas is flammable, do not smoke or use an open flame during this
time.
7. Do not allow children to play on or in the appliance. Close supervision of children is necessary
when the appliance is used near children.
8. Before the appliance is removed from service or discarded, remove the door.
9. Do not reach into the appliance if the tube is moving.
10. Do not install or store this appliance where it will be exposed to the weather.
11. Do not tamper with controls.
12. Do not repair or replace any part of the appleance or attempt any servicing unless specifically
recommanded in the user-maintenance instructions or in published user-repair instructions
that you understand and have the skills to carry out.
Safety and warning signs
NOTICE TO: OWNERS, OPERATORS AND DEALERS
IMPROPER INSTALLATION AND INADEQUATE MAINTENANCE, POOR HOUSEKEEPING AND
WILL­FUL NEGLECT OR BYPASSING OF SAFETY DEVICES MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS ACCIDENTS OR INJURY.
TO ASSURE THE SAFETY OF CUSTOMERS AND/OR OPE­RATORS OF YOUR MACHINE, THE
FOLLOWING MAINTENANCE CHECKS MUST BE PERFORMED ON A DAILY BASIS.
1.
Prior to operation of the machine, check to make certain that all operating instructions and warning signs are affixed to the machine and legible. Missing or illegible
ones must be replaced immediately. Be sure you have spare signs and labels
available at all times. These can be obtained from your dealer.
2.
Check the door safety interlock, as follows:
(a) OPEN THE DOOR of the machine and attempt to start in the normal manner:
For coin-operated models, insert the proper coins to start the machine.
For manually operated models, place the ON-OFF switch in the ON position and press the Start switch.
THE MACHINE(S) MUST NOT START !
(b) CLOSE THE DOOR to start machine operation and, while it is operating, attempt to open the door without exerting extreme force on the door handle. The door should remain locked!
If the machine can start with the door open, or can continue to operate with the door unlocked, the door interlock is no longer operating properly. The machine must be placed out of order and the interlock immediately replaced. (See the door interlock section of the manual.)
3.
DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES ATTEMPT TO BYPASS OR REWIRE
ANY OF THE MACHINE SAFETY DEVICES AS THIS CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS
ACCIDENTS.
4.
Be sure to keep the machine(s) in proper working order: Follow all maintenance and safety procedures. Further information regarding machine safety, service
and parts can be obtained from your dealer.
All requests for assistance must include the model, serial number and electrical characteristics as they appear on the machine identification plate. Insert this infor
mation in the space provided on the previous page of this manual.
5.
WARNING: DO NOT OPERATE MACHINE(S) WITH SAFETY DEVICES BYPASSED, REWIRED OR INOPERATIVE! DO NOT OPEN MACHINE DOOR UNTIL DRUM HAS STOPPED
ROTATING!
5
6
Safety and warning signs
NOTICE TO INSTALLER
Improper installation of this machine:
•May cause serious damage to the machine.
•May result in other property damage.
•May cause personal injury.
•Will void the manufacturer's warranty.
Improper fastening of this machine to its foundation, inferior foundation materials, an
undersized foundation, the use of fabricated steel bases not provided by Electrolux or its
approved supplier(s), the use of an improper type, number, or size of mounting bolts, or
failure to use proper hardware on mounting bolts may result in damage to the machine
that will not be covered by the manufacturer's warranty.
Use of a steel base beneath this machine DRAMATICALLY INCREASES the mechanical
stress placed on the underlying concrete floor or foundation. This must be taken into
consideration when employing a steel base to raise the height of the machine.
The use of steel bases more than six inches in height is NOT recommended. If installation requires a base higher than six inches, contact Electrolux Technical Support for
advice.
Connection to line Voltage or over-current protection devices other than those specified
on the data plate may result in severe damage to machine components, and will void the
manufacturer's warranty.
Refer to complete installation instructions provided in manuals accompanying the
machine.
Contact Electrolux Technical Support with any questions BEFORE installing this
machine. Damage resulting from inadequate installation materials or improper
installation techniques will void the manufacturer's warranty.
Contents
Contents
Safety precautions......................................................................................9
Technical data...........................................................................................11
Installation W475H-W4330H.....................................................................19
Transportation and unpacking, W475H, W4105H...............................19
Transportation and unpacking, W4130H-W4300H..............................20
Siting and floor.....................................................................................21
Mechanical installation.........................................................................22
Installation W485N/S-W4330N/S..............................................................23
Siting....................................................................................................23
Floor.....................................................................................................23
Casting a plinth....................................................................................24
Installing the machine..........................................................................26
Water connections...............................................................................27
Drain connection..................................................................................29
Steam connection................................................................................30
Connection of external liquid supplies.................................................31
Functions for I/O-cards........................................................................34
Electrical installation.............................................................................35
Function checks........................................................................................41
The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes to design, material
and/or specifications without notice.
7
Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions
The machine is designed for water washing only.
The machine must not be used by children.
All installation operations are to be carried out by qualified personnel. Licensed personnel are necessary for all electric power wiring and plumbing
Do not hose down the machine with water.
The door interlock must be checked daily for proper operation and must not be
bypased.
All seepage in the system, due to faulty gaskets etc., must be repaired immediately.
All service personnel must be fully familiar with the operating manual before attempting any repair or maintenance of the machine
The machine must not be sprayed with water
Do not add flammable or explosive substances to the wash water. There may give off
vapors that could ignite or explode
The machine is not intended to be used by people (including minors) with reduced
physical or mental capacity or lack of experience and knowledge. Such people must
be instructed in the use of the machine by a person who has responsibility for their
safety. Minors must be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the machine.
All external equipment which is connected to the machine must be CE/EMC-approved
and connected using an approved shielded cable.
9
Technical data
11
Technical data
W475H
Innerdrum
volume
diameter
W4105H
W4130H
W4180H
W4240H
W4300H
litres/ft3 75/2.6
105/3.7
130/4.6
180/6.4
240/8.5
300/10.6
mm/inch 520/20 1/2 595/23 7/16 650/25 9/16 725/28 9/16 795/31 5/16 795/31 5/16
Drum speed
wash
extraction
rpm rpm 49
1100
49
1025
49
980
44
930
42
890
42
820
7.5/10
x
x
13
x
x
18
x
x
23
x
x
23
x
x
350
350
350
350
300
kg/lbs 159/350
201/443
267/588
350/771
400/882
509/1122
W475H
W4105H
W4130H
W4180H
W4240H
W4300H
DN20
3/4"
DN20
3/4"
DN20
3/4"
DN20
3/4"
DN20
3/4"
Rec. water pressure psi 30-90
kPa 200-600
30-90
200-600
30-90
200-600
30-90
200-600
30-90
200-600
30-90
200-600
psi 8-145
kPa 50-1000
8-145
50-1000
8-145
50-1000
8-145
50-1000
8-145
50-1000
8-145
50-1000
Heating
electricity
kW 5.4/7.5
steam x
hot water
x
G-factor
Weight, net
350
Connections
Water valves
connection
Functioning limits
for water valve
DN20
3/4"
Capacity at 45 psi
(300 kPa)
gallon/min l/min 5
20
5
20
5
20
8
30
15
60
15
60
Drain valve
outer Ø mm/inch 75/3
75/3
75/3
75/3
75/3
75/3
gallon/min l/min 45
170
45
170
45
170
45
170
45
170
45
170
DN15
1/2"
DN15
1/2"
DN15
1/2"
DN15
1/2"
DN15
1/2"
DN15
1/2"
Rec. steam pressure psi 45-90
kPa 300-600
45-90
300-600
45-90
300-600
45-90
300-600
45-90
300-600
45-90
300-600
Functioning limits for psi 8-115
steam valve
kPa 50-800
8-115
50-800
8-115
50-800
8-115
50-800
8-115
50-800
8-115
50-800
Draining capacity
Steam valve
connection
Technical data
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Technical data
W485N/S W4105N/S W4130N/S W4180N/S W4250N/S W4330N/S
Innerdrum
volume
diameter
105/3.7
130/4.6
180/6.4
250/8.8
330/11.7
litres/ft3 85/3.0
mm/inch 520/20 1/2 595/23 7/16 595/23 7/16 650/25 9/16 725/28 9/16 795/31 5/16
Drum speed
wash
extraction
49
rpm rpm 587/830
49
548/776
49
548/776
44
525/742
44
497/702
42
474/671
3.0/6.5/
7.5/10
x
x
3.0/
7.5/10
x
x
4.8/9.3
13
x
x
18
x
x
23
x
x
100/200
100/200
100/200
100/200
100/200
100/200
kg/lbs 135/298
145/320
175/386
228/503
287/633
330/727
2.0/3.0/5.6
Heating
electricity
kW 5.4/7.5
x
steam x
hot water
G-factor
Weight, net
Connections
W485N/S W4105N/S W4130N/S W4180N/S W4250N/S W4330N/S
Water valves
connection
DN20
3/4"
DN20
3/4"
DN20
3/4"
DN20
3/4"
DN20
3/4"
DN20
3/4"
Rec. water pressure
psi 30-90
kPa 200-600
30-90
200-600
30-90
200-600
30-90
200-600
30-90
200-600
30-90
200-600
Functioning limits
for water valve
psi 8-145
kPa 50-1000
8-145
50-1000
8-145
50-1000
8-145
50-1000
8-145
50-1000
8-145
50-1000
Capacity at 45 psi
(300 kPa)
gallon/min l/min 5
20
5
20
5
20
8
30
15
60
15
60
Drain valve
inch outer Ø mm 3
75
3
75
3
75
3
75
3
75
3
75
gallon/min l/min 45
170
45
170
45
170
45
170
45
170
45
170
DN15
1/2"
DN15
1/2"
DN15
1/2"
DN15
1/2"
DN15
1/2"
DN15
1/2"
Rec. steam pressure psi 45-90
kPa 300-600
45-90
300-600
45-90
300-600
45-90
300-600
45-90
300-600
45-90
300-600
Functioning limits for psi 8-115
steam valve
kPa 50-800
8-115
50-800
8-115
50-800
8-115
50-800
8-115
50-800
8-115
50-800
Draining capacity
Steam valve
connection
Technical data
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
13
Electrical connection
Cold water
Hot water
Hard water (option)
Steam connection
Drain
Liquid detergent supply
Control panel
Soap box
Door opening, W475H: ø 310 mm/12 3/16", W4105H: ø 365 mm/14 3/8", W4130H: ø 395 mm/15 9/16",
W4180H, W4240H, W4300H: ø 435 mm/17 1/8"
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
K
L
M
N
O
P
R
S
W475H
720 690 1115 355 720 825
45 1030 220 1010 135 910 830 360 100 240
–
W4105H
830 705 1300 365 740 910
45 1115 220 1095 135 995 910 415 100 295
–
W4130H
910 785 1325 435 825 1035 125 1245 215 1225 300 1125
100 305
455
W4180H
970 870 1410 470 945 1120 115 1330 230 1290 315 1205 370 410 100 335
485
–
–
W4240H 1020 915 1445 500 955 1155 100 1360 215 1320 300 1240 350 360 100 360
510
W4300H 1020 1060 1445 500 1135 1155 100 1360 215 1320 300 380
335
–
–
100 360
W475H, W4105H, W4130H
3
O
B
A
8
9
I
G
L
2
4
7
1
10
5
C
F
6
D
P
5282 B
5281 B
6
E
Front
Right side
5283 B
R
Rear side
M
W4180H, W4240H, W4300H
2
2
L
S
9
K
M
N
A
B
8
G
I
3
7
5
1
10
C
K
F
6
D
5379 A
5377 A
E
Front
H
Right side
P
6
Rear side
R
5378 A
Technical data
14
in inch
A
W475H
28 3/8
B
C
27 3/16 43 7/8
D
E
F
G
H
I
K
14
28 3/8
32 1/2
1 3/4
40 9/16 8 11/16
1 3/4
43 7/8
39 3/4
W4105H
32 11/16 27 3/4 51 3/16
14 3/8
W4130H
35 13/16 30 7/8 52 3/16
17 1/8
32 1/2
40 3/4
4 15/16
49
W4180H
38 3/16
18 1/2
37 3/16
44 1/8
4 1/2
52 3/8
9 1/16 50 13/16
W4240H
40 3/16
56 7/8 19 11/16 37 5/8
45 1/2
3 15/16 53 9/16
8 7/16 51 15/16
W4300H
40 3/16
41 3/4 56 7/8 19 11/16 44 11/16 45 1/2
3 5/16 53 9/16
8 7/16 51 15/16
in inch
L
W475H
W4105H
W4130H
34 1/4 55 1/2
36
M
N
P
R
S
5 5/16 35 13/1632 11/16 14 3/16
3 5/16
9 7/16
–
5 5/16
12 3/8
O
39 3/16 35 13/16 16 5/16
11 13/16 44 5/16
W4180H
29 1/8 35 13/16
–
47 7/16 14 9/16
3 5/16
11 5/8
–
–
3 5/16
12
17 15/16
16 1/8
3 5/16
13 3/16
19 1/8
W4240H
11 13/16 48 13/16 13 3/4 14 15/16 3 5/16
W4300H
12 3/16 14 15/16
–
–
8 11/16 43 5/16
8 7/16
48 1/4
14 3/16 20 1/16
3 15/16 14 3/16 13 3/16
W475H, W4105H, W4130H
3
O
B
A
8
9
I
G
L
2
4
7
1
10
5
C
F
6
D
P
5282 B
5281 B
6
E
Right side
Front
5283 B
R
Rear side
M
W4180H, W4240H, W4300H
2
2
L
S
9
K
M
N
A
B
8
G
I
3
7
5
1
10
C
K
F
6
D
5379 A
5377 A
E
Front
H
Right side
P
6
Rear side
R
5378 A
Technical data
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
15
Electrical connection
Cold water
Hot water
Steam connection
Drain
Liquid detergent supply
Control panel
Soap box
Water reuse
Door opening, W485S: ø 310 mm/12 3/16", W4105S, W4130S: ø 365 mm/14 3/8",
W4180S: ø 395 mm/15 9/16", W4250S, W4330S: ø 435 mm/17 1/8"
A
W485N/S
660
B
C
D
E
F
730 1115 355 765 825
G
H
I
K
L
45 1030 215 1010 130
M
N
O
P
R
830
385
-
100
225
W4105N/S 720
705 1200 365 740 910
45 1115 215 1095 130
910
420
-
100
235
W4130N/S 720
790 1200 365 825 910
45 1115 215 1095 130
910
420
-
100
235
W4180N/S 750
880 1325 435 915 1035
45 1245 130 1225 210 1040 325
295
100
225
W4250N/S 830
955 1410 470 990 1120
45 1330 160 1290 245 1125 325
325
100
265
W4330N/S 910 1040 1445 500 1075 1155
45 1365 160 1325 245 1155 280
325
100
210
3
A
N
B
7
8
I
G
L
2 9
6
1
10
4
C
5
D
P
5281
E
Front
H
K
M
F
5
5282
Right side
5283
R
W485N/S-W4130N/S
Rear side
O
N
3
L
I
G
2
9
6
4
1
K
H
M
F
P
5
Rear side
R
5459
W4180N/S-W4330N/S
Technical data
16
in inch
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
K
30 1/8
32 1/2
W485N/S
26
28 3/4 43 7/8
14
1 3/4
40 9/16
8 7/16
39 3/4
W4105N/S
28 3/8
27 3/4 47 1/4
14 3/8
29 1/8 35 13/16
1 3/4
40 7/8
8 7/16
43 1/8
W4130N/S
28 3/8
31 1/8 47 1/4
14 3/8
32 1/2 35 13/16
1 3/4
40 7/8
8 7/16
43 1/8
W4180N/S
29 1/2 32 11/16 52 3/16
17 1/8
36
40 3/4
1 3/4
49
5 1/8
48 1/4
W4250N/S 32 11/16 37 5/8 55 1/2
17 1/8
39
44 1/8
1 3/4
52 3/8
6 5/16 50 13/16
45 1/2
1 3/4
53 3/4
6 5/16
W4330N/S 35 13/16 40 15/16 56 7/8 19 11/16 42 5/16
in inch
L
M
N
O
P
R
W485N/S
5 1/8
32 11/16 15 3/16
–
3 15/16
8 7/8
W4105N/S
5 1/8
35 13/16 19 9/16
–
3 15/16
9 1/4
W4130N/S
5 1/8
35 13/16 16 9/16
–
3 15/16
9 1/4
W4180N/S
8 1/4
40 15/1612 13/16 11 5/8
3 15/16
8 7/8
W4250N/S
9 5/8
44 5/16 12 13/16 12 13/16 3 15/16 10 7/16
W4330N/S
9 5/8
45 1/2
11
12 13/16 3 15/16
52 3/16
8 1/4
3
A
N
B
7
8
I
G
L
2 9
6
1
10
4
C
5
D
P
5281
E
Front
H
K
M
F
5
5282
Right side
5283
R
W485N/S-W4130N/S
Rear side
O
N
3
L
I
G
2
9
6
4
1
K
H
M
F
P
5
Rear side
R
5459
W4180N/S-W4330N/S
Technical data
W475H
17
W4105H
W4130H
W4180H
W4240H
W4300H
17.1
16.3
15.5
14.8
13.7
560±112
2.5±0.5
703±114
3.1±0.5
944±221
4.2±1.0
1158±221
5.2±1.0
1387±277
6.2±1.2
W485N/S
W4105N/S
W4130N/S
W4180N/S
W4250N/S
W4330N/S
Hz
9.3/13.8
8.7/12.9
8.7/12.9
8.3/12.3
7.9/11.7
7.5/11.2
Max floor load
at extraction
kN
1.7 ± 3.1/
1.7 ± 2.6
2.1 ± 3.6/
2.1 ± 3.0
2.3 ± 4.1/
2.3 ± 3.7
2.9 ± 4.7/
2.9 ± 4.6
3.7 ± 5.3/
3.7 ± 5.8
4.5 ± 5.8/
4.5 ± 6.8
lbs force
375±696/
375±583
468±813/
468±675
518±912/
518±824
648±1057/
648±1038
842±1189/ 1019±1310/
842±1301 1019±1524
Frequency of the
dynamic force
Hz 18.3
Max floor load lbs force 417±110
at extraction
kN 1.9±0.5
Frequency of the
dynamic force
Installation
Installation W475H-W4330H
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1
Transportation and unpacking,
W475H, W4105H
The machine is delivered complete with expansion bolts etc. packed inside the machine in the
drum.
The machine is delivered bolted onto the transport pallet and packed in a crate or box.
• Remove packing from the machine.
• Remove front and rear panel. Remove the bolts between the machine and pallet.
• Mount front and rear panel.
• Mount the feet.
• Place the machine on its final position.
• Level the machine with the feet of the
machine.
1
5325
2
The machine also comes with transport safety
devices (four plate angles between the frame
and the drum).
In order to remove the safety devices:
• Unpack the machine.
2
• Remove front and rear panel.
• Remove both front metal angels.
• Remove both rear metal angels.
NOTE!
Once the shipping safety devices have been
removed, handle the machine carefully to avoid
damage to the suspension components.
5326
Installation
20
Transportation and unpacking,
W4130H, W4180H, W4240H, W4300H
3
The machine is delivered complete with expansion bolts etc. packed inside the machine in the
drum.
The machine is delivered bolted onto the transport pallet and packed in a crate or box.
• Remove packing from the machine.
• Remove front and rear panel. Remove the bolts between the machine and pallet.
• Mount front and rear panel.
• Mount the feet.
4
NOTE!
Regarding W4300H note the positioning of
the two front feet.
• Place the machine on its final position.
5340
4
• Level the machine with the feet of the
machine.
3
The machine also comes with transport safety
devices (two plate angles between the support
and the drum).
In order to remove the safety devices:
• Unpack the machine.
5
• Remove the two side panels.
• Remove the two transport securities.
NOTE!
Once the shipping safety devices have been
removed, handle the machine carefully to avoid
damage to the suspension components.
6445
5
5341
Installation
Siting and floor
Install the machine close to a floor drain or open
drain.
6
21
6
In order to make installation and servicing the
ma­chine easier the following clearances are
recommended:
• At least 20 inches (500 mm) between the
machine and the wall behind
• and min. 2 inches (50 mm) on both sides of
the machine whether installed next to the wall
or other machines.
500 mm
50 mm
2"
20"
5327
Installation
22
Mechanical installation
7
7
• Mark and drill 2 holes (ø 8 mm/5/16") about
40 mm/1 9/16" deep (W475H-W4105H) and
ø 10 mm/3/8" and 50 mm/2" deep (W4130HW4300H) in the positions.
= position of feet
= drilling points for expander bolts
A
C
D
B
• The machine must be lifted in its base frame.
• Place the machine over the two drilled holes
on the foundation.
H
G
• Check that the machine is in level, both sideto-side and front to back. Adjust with the feet.
F
E
Front
It is of utmost importance that the machine
level, from side to side as well as front to
rear. If the machine is not properly leveled,
it may result in out-of-balance without a
real out of balance in the drum.
• Insert the expansion bolts supplied in the
holes drilled in the floor. Fit the washers and
nuts, and tighten securely.
in mm
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
W475H
495
460
110
130
375
170
40
100
W4105H 575
465
130
140
455
185
35
95
W4130H 635
490
135
175
515
195
60
110
W4180H 715
545
125
205
595
185
60
115
W4240H 790
615
115
180
670
175
60
115
W4300H 790
755
60
180
670
175
60
75
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
in inch
A
W475H 19 1/2 18 1/8 4 5/16
5 1/8
W4105H 22 5/8 18 5/16 5 1/8
5 1/2 17 15/16 7 5/16 1 3/8
3 3/4
W4130H
6 7/8
20 1/4 7 11/16 2 3/8
4 5/16
W4180H 28 1/8 21 7/16 4 15/16 8 1/16 23 7/16 7 5/16 2 3/8
4 1/2
W4240H 31 1/8 24 3/16 4 1/2
7 1/16 26 3/8
6 7/8
2 3/8
4 1/2
W4300H 31 1/8 29 5/8
7 1/16 26 3/8
6 7/8
2 3/8 2 15/16
25
19 5/16 5 5/16
2 3/8
14 3/4 6 11/16 1 9/16 3 15/16
5358
Installation
Installation W485N/S-W4330N/S
23
8
Leave the machine on the tran­s­­port pallet until it
can be placed in the final, pre­pared position.
Siting
Install the machine close to a floor drain or open
drain. In order to make installation and servicing
the machine easier the following clearances are
recommended:
8
• At least 20 inches (500 mm) between the
machine and the wall behind.
• Minimum 1 inch (25 mm) to next machine if
more than one machine is installed on a foundation.
Floor
In this type of machine, the drum is attached di­
rectly to the frame. As a result the floor under the
machine must be stable enough to absorb the
dy­namic forces generated during spin cycles.
For that reason, the mounting bolts must be cast
into the floor material itself.
The machine must be securely fastened to a
suitable foundation using M16 (5/8 inch)
threaded rod, flat washers and lock nuts or lock
washers. Failure to properly secure the machine
to its foundation, or securing the machine to
an inadequate foundation, will result in severe
vibration, damage to the machine, and will void
the manufacturer´s warranty.
When fixing the machine to an existing cement
floor, it must be at least 8 inches (200 mm) thick.
The floor must be able to withstand the loads in­
dicated in the table.
If it isn’t possible to cast the bolts into the floor,
an alternative might be to use so-called chemical
anchors. Your local dealer can provide the infor­
ma­tion you need.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
The use of chemical anchors and/or the use of
a fabricated steel mounting base DOES NOT reduse the thickness requirement for the underlying concrete floor. The floor MUST BE AT LEAST
8 INCHES (200 MM) THICK, or a new concrete
foundation MUST be poured.
5327
Installation
24
Casting a plinth
9
9
A foundation should be used where the existing
floor is less than 8 inches (200 mm) thick or in
order to ensure that the machine is securely
anchored and will not vibrate excessively.
The foundation must be at least 8 inches (200
mm) thick.
Proceed as follows:
10
• Break up the existing floor to a depth of ap­
prox. 5 inches (125 mm) and check that the
sides of the hole are tapered outward so that
the longest side at the bottom measures 5
inches (125 mm) more than at the top.
150-200 mm
• Make the forms for the foundation.
• Moisten the hole well and apply cement to the
sides and bottom.
40 mm
5462
10
• A number of mounting bolts must be set
into the concrete of the foundation.
The bolts need to project 1-1 1/2 inches (40
mm) out of the base. Pour the con­crete into
the prepared base mold and make sure that
the surface is level.
• The concrete should be left to set for at least
two days before mounting the machine on the
foundation.
• Mounting bolt locations are shown with
respect to the outer surface of the machin's
front panel. If the front panel is to be set back
from the front of the foundation, add the setback distance to dimension "E".
0899
Installation
Model W4330S
11
For this machine two expander bolts shall be
mounted at the front part of the machine.
11
25
B
• Drill two holes (1) ø10 mm/ 3/8" and 40 mm/
1 9/16" deep.
• After the machine has been placed over the
other four bolts, place the two spacer washers over the two holes. They shall be placed
between the machine and foundation.
A
F
D
I
E
• Mount the expenderbolts in the drilled holes
and fasten the machine. Don´t forget the washers.
1
=
G
C
H
=
1
6099
in mm
A
B
W485N 725 660
W4105N 700 720
W4130N 785 720
W4180N 875 750
W4250N 950 830
W4330N 1035 910
W485S 725 660
W4105S 700 720
W4130S 785 720
W4180S 875 750
W4250S 950 830
W4330S 1035 910
in inch
A
W485N 28 9/16
W4105N 27 7/8
W4130N 30 7/8
W4180N 34 7/16
W4250N 37 3/8
W4330N 40 3/4
W485S 28 9/16
W4105S 27 7/8
W4130S 30 7/8
W4180S 34 7/16
W4250S 37 3/8
W4330S 40 3/4
C
495
575
575
635
715
790
495
575
575
635
715
790
D
445
385
495
570
635
695
445
385
495
570
635
695
E F G
115 665 –
120 695 –
120 760 –
120 855 –
125 955 –
1351050810
115 665 495
120 695 595
120 760 595
120 855 655
125 955 735
1351050810
B
C
26
19 1/2
28 3/8 22 3/4
28 3/8 22 5/8
29 1/2
25
32 11/16 28 1/8
35 13/16 31 1/8
26
19 1/2
28 3/8 22 3/4
28 3/8 22 5/8
29 1/2
25
32 11/16 28 1/8
35 13/16 31 1/8
D
17 1/2
15 3/16
19 1/2
22 7/16
25
27 3/8
17 1/2
15 3/16
19 1/2
22 7/16
25
27 3/8
H
–
–
–
–
–
10
0
10
10
10
10
10
I
–
–
–
–
–
95
75
80
80
85
85
95
E
F
G
4 1/2 26 3/16
–
4 3/4 27 13/32
–
4 3/4 29 15/16
–
4 3/4 33 11/16
–
4 15/16 37 5/8
–
5 5/16 41 5/16 31 7/8
4 1/2 26 3/16 19 1/2
4 3/4 27 13/32 23 7/16
4 3/4 29 15/16 23 7/16
4 3/4 33 11/1625 13/16
4 15/16 37 5/8 28 15/16
5 5/16 41 5/16 31 7/8
H
I
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
13/32 3 3/4
0
2 15/16
13/32 3 1/8
13/32 3 1/8
13/32 3 3/8
13/32 3 3/8
13/32 3 3/4
Installation
26
Installing the machine
To install the machine:
• Remove the transport packaging
• Remove the front panel.
• Remove the machine from the transport pallet
and locate it on the bolts.
Always lift the ma­ch­­ine by the chassis, never
by the door or door handle.
12
• Check that the machine is level and steady
at all four corner mounting points. Adjust the
level by using stain­less or galvanized steel
washers or shims be­tween the machine and
the floor. The wash­ers must be of a size to
cover the support sur­face.
13
• Fit the washers and self-locking nuts supplied
with the machine and tighten securely.
14
• To tighten the nuts we recommend to use
a rachet wrench, especially in the right rear
corner.
12
5463
13
During the first several weeks of use, check and
tighten the nuts (as necessary) frequently. Continue to check them periodically, thereafter.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Failure to closely follow the instructions provided
in this manual may result in severe damage to
the machine, and the risk of personal injury. The
manufacturer is not responsible for damage or
injury resulting from improper installation.
5464
14
5951, 5952
Installation
Water connections
All inlet connections to the machine are to be fitted with manual shut-off
valves and filters, to facilitate installation and servicing.
Water pipes and hoses should be flushed clean before installation. After
installation, hoses should hang in gentle arcs.
Hoses are to be of an approved type and grade, to comply with national
regulations.
The machine may have between one and four DN 20 (R 3/4") water connectors. All connectors present on the machine must be connected to
the water supply, or the machine may not function properly. The table
shows the possible connection options, which will depend on the model of
the machine.
All water connectors must be connected up, otherwise the wash program will not function correctly.
The water pressure data is as follows:
• min:
15 PSI (100 kPa)
• max:
90 PSI (600 kPa)
• recommended: 30-90 PSI (200-600 kPa)
If the water pressure is below the min. value, the wash result
can not be guaranteed for certain program.
27
Installation
28
Water type
15
cold and
hot Water connection
1
2
3
2
cold hot
16
cold and
hot cold hot
cold*/
hot
* For detergent container.
Extra water valve which can be used for hard
water if soft water is connected to 1.
This valve can also be used for water reuse
from tank.
If pump is used, it is only a water connection
without valve.
15
W475H,
W4105H,
W4130H
W485N/S,
W4105N/S
W4130N/S
1
5328
16
2
W4180H,
W4240H,
W4300H,
W4180N/S,
W4250N/S
W4330N/S
1
3
5339
Installation
Drain connection
Connect a 3 inch O.D. (75 mm) pipe or rubber
hose to the machine’s drain pipe, ensuring a
downward flow from the machine. Avoid sharp
bends which may prevent proper draining.
17
The washer may drain in to a drainage through
or into a closed drain system. In either case, be
sure to comply with all applicable national and
local plumbing code provisions.
29
17
5330
Installation
30
Steam connection
18
Inlet pipes connected to the machine must be
equipped with a manual shut-off valve to facilitate installation and servicing.
The connection hose must be of type ISO/13071983 or equivalent. Connection size at filter:­
DN 15 (BSP 1/2").
Steam pressure required:
• minimum: 7 psi (50 kPa)
• maximum: 115 psi (800 kPa)
A
B
6600
19
• rec. pressure: 600 kPa (6 kp/cm )
2
18
• Remove top cover (A).
• Remove casing (B).
19
20
21
22
• Mount the articulated nipple to the steam
valve.
5862
• Mount the steam valve on the machine.
20
• Mount nipple, strainer and elbow. Note the
direction of the strainer. Mount steam hose to
the elbow.
Check that there are no sharp angles or bends
on the connected steam hose.
• Mount the hose with wires between steam
valve and machine.
Connect wires in the steam valve.
Connect ground cable to the terminal ground
connection.
6601
21
Connect the ”HEAT” cable connector to the
”HEAT” terminal on the I/O board.
6602
22
"HEAT"
6604
Installation
Connection of external liquid supplies
31
23
1
The external dosing equipment power
supply must never be connected to the
machine’s incoming terminal block.
A
3
4
B
Machines fitted with connectors
23
• Connect the pump equipment to connections
A and B on the washing machine.
Connect the signal cable to B and the power
supply to A.
24
2
1
3
6
4
9
5
Machines without connectors
• Connect the external pump equipment for
liquid washing detergent to the I/O board,
which is located to the right of the incoming
power supply.
The I/O card has edge connectors for connecting external pumps.
2
1=N
2=L
4 = Ground
7
1=N
2 = Program run
3 = Signal 1
4 = Signal 2
5 = Signal 3
6 = Signal 4
7 = Signal 5
6598
24
• Edge connectors on the I/O board can be
loosened for connecting cables.
11 = N
18 = Program run
12 = Signal 1
13 = Signal 2
14 = Signal 3
15 = Signal 4
16 = Signal 5
6572
Installation
32
Outputs
25
26
• Connect external power supply (e.g. 24V DC)
for pumps to 9 and 10. If an internal power
supply (from the washing machine) is being
used, it can be taken from 1 (N) and connected to 9 and from 2 (L) and connected to 10.
Max load on the outputs 0.5 A.
• Signals for pumps 1-5 are connected to 12-16
where connector
12
Washing detergent signal 1
13
Washing detergent signal 2
14
Washing detergent signal 3
15
Washing detergent signal 4
16
Washing detergent signal 5
25
Inputs
• The signal level can be 5-24V DC/AC or 100240V AC. For 5-24V, the signal reference is
connected to 3 and for 100-240V to 4. Potentials on the inputs cannot be mixed.
NB! The I/O board will be damaged if the voltage on connection 3 is too high, >24V.
6634, 6635
26
6236
Installation
27
33
• Connection 8 may be connected if the washing program is to pause, e.g. while washing
detergent is being dosed.
The figure shows an example of engaging a 24V pause signal.
The washing program will pause for as long as the pause signal remains activated (high).
27
Dosing system
3
0V
Pause signal
24V
8
24V DC
6266
28
Detergent tank
1
2
230V
Empty
4
7
6265
28
29
• Connection 7. If this is connected, an error
message will be displayed indicating that one
of the chemical tanks is empty. The washing
program will continue, however.
The figure shows an example of engaging a
normal open contact.
29
A
• Connect the liquid dosing hoses to any of the
connections marked A.
6577
Installation
34
Functions for I/O -cards
• Check the electrical schematic for the machine to find out
what functions are available for the machine.
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6315
• Heating pause: Signal can be connected to connection 6 to pause the
machine whilst it heats up. The machine’s heating program will pause
for as long as the pause signal remains activated (high).
Installation
Electrical installation
Electrical installation must be carried out by licensed, qualified
personnel!
Machines with frequency-controlled motors can be incompatible
with certain types of earth leakage circuit breakers. It is important
to know that the machines are designed to provide a high level of
personal safety, which is why items such as ground-fault interrupting circuit breakers are not necessary. If you still want to connect
your machine across ground fault circuit breaker, please remember
the following:
• contact a licensed, qualified electrician to ensure that the appro
priate type of breaker is chosen and that the breaker rating is correct
• for maximum reliability, connect only one machine per circuit breaker
• it is important that the earth wire is properly connected, including to the ground fault circuit breaker.
An individual electrical disconnect must be provided in proximity to each
machine.
The connecting cable should hang in a gentle curve.
For proper circuit breaker sizes, see table on the next page.
35
Installation
36
Single-phase connection:
30
Connect the earth and other two wires as shown
in example ”1AC” in the figure.
30
Three-phase connection:
31
Connect the earth and the three phases as
shown in example ”3AC” in the figure.
When the installation is completed, check:
• that the drum is empty.
• that the machine operates by turning on the
mains switch, starting the machine and using
RAPID ADVANCE to reach the spin cycle (see
operations manual).
1AC
6524
IMPORTANT
When making power supply connections to
machines rated 208-240V AC, do not
connect any phase measuring in excess of
125 V AC (with respect to earth ground) to
the L1 or L2 terminals on the connection
block. So-called "stinger legs" must be
connected to the "L3" terminal, which does
not feed power to the control circuits of the
machine.
On three-phase models (except W4330S),
check that the drum rotates in the direction
indicated on the machine while in extraction. If the direction is incorrect, reverse
two of the power line phases to correct the
rotation direction, while observing the note
above.
31
3AC
6525
Installation
37
W475H
Heating
alternative
Voltage
alternative
Total
kW
No heating
100-120 V 1 AC
1.1
or
Steam208-240 V 1 AC
1.1
heating
El
heating
220-230 V 3 AC
7.0
Fuse
A
15
10
20
W4105H
Heating
alternative
Voltage
alternative
Total
kW
No heating
208-240 V 1 AC
1.3
or
Steam
heating
heating
208-240 V 3 AC
9.2
El
Fuse
A
15
30
W4130H
Heating
alternative
Voltage
alternative
Total
kW
Fuse
A
No heating
208-240 V 1 AC
1.6
Steam
or
heating
15
heating
El
66
35
20
208-240 V 1 AC
208-240 V 3 AC 440/480 V 3 AC
12.5
11.8
13.5
Installation
38
W4180H
Heating
alternative
Voltage
alternative
Total
kW
heating
208-240 V 1 AC
2.3
No
Steam
or
heating
heating
208-240 V 3 AC
17.5
El
Fuse
A
15
60
W4240H
Heating
alternative
Voltage
alternative
Total
kW
heating
208-240 V 1 AC
2.6
No
Steam
or
heating
heating
208-240 V 3 AC
18.3
El
Fuse
A
15
63
W4300H
Heating
alternative
Voltage
alternative
Total
kW
No heating
208-240 V 1 AC
2.1
Steam
or
heating
heating
208-240 V 3 AC
20.9
El
Fuse
A
15
60
Installation
39
W485N/S
Heating
alternative
Voltage
alternative
Total
kW
No heating
120 V 1 AC
0.5
or
Steam208-240 V 1 AC
0.5
heating
El
heating
208-240 V 3 AC
7.3
Fuse
A
15
15
30
W4105N/S
Heating
alternative
Voltage
alternative
Total
kW
heating
120 V 1 AC
0.75
No
Steam208-240 V 1 AC
0.75
or
heating
heating
208-240 V 3 AC
9.2
El
Fuse
A
15
15
30
W4130N/S
Heating
alternative
Voltage
alternative
Total
kW
No heating
120 V 1 AC
0.8
Steam208-240 V 1 AC
0.8
or
heating
heating
208-240 V 3 AC
9.3
El
Fuse
A
15
15
30
Installation
40
W4180N/S
Heating
alternative
Voltage
alternative
Total
kW
heating
120 V 1 AC
1
No
Steam208-240 V 1 AC
1
or
heating
heating
208-240 V 1 AC
12.1
El
208-240 V 3 AC
12.7
Fuse
A
15
15
60
50
W4250N/S
Heating
alternative
Voltage
alternative
Total
kW
Fuse
A
heating
120 V 1 AC
1.4
No
Steam208-240 V 1 AC
1.4
or
heating
20
15
heating
El
208-240 V 3 AC
12.1
60
Voltage
alternative
Total
kW
Fuse
A
W4330N/S
Heating
alternative
No heating
120 V 1 AC
1.6
Steam208-240 V 1 AC
1.6
or
heating
heating
208-230 V 3 AC
19.7
El
20
15
60
Function checks
Function checks
41
1
Perform the following checks once the machine
is installed:
• Open the manual water valves.
• Turn on the power to the machine.
• Put detergent into compartment 2 (Main
wash).
1
• Select a "HOT" program with the control
knob (1).
2
• Press the knob.
1
HOT
Check:
• that the drum rotates normally and that there
are no unusual noises.
• that there are no leaks in water supply/drain
connections.
6217, 6179, 6204
2
• that water passes through the detergent
compartment and fabric conditioner compartment.
• that the door cannot be opened during a program.
6180
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