Wascomat FL 125 HI-TEK Operating instructions

OPERATING & MAINTENANCE MANUAL
FL 125 HI-TEK
FL 185 HI-TEK
471 1562-56/01
95.32
WARNING: ALL OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES SHOWN ON THE NEXT
PAGE OF THIS MANUAL MUST BE FOLLOWED DAILY FOR PROPER OPERATION OF
YOUR WASCOMAT 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.
II
NOTICE TO: OWNERS, OPERATORS AND DEALERS OF WASCOMAT MACHINES
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. (See the following page of this manual
for description and location of the signs.) 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 or Wascomat.
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.
For FL and EX models, insert a program card, turn the starter knob to the Start
position and place the ON-OFF switch in the ON position.
For HI-TEK microprocessor models, turn the key switch to the RUN position, choose
a program and press the START button.
For SELECTA 28 models, select a wash program and press the Start button.
THE MACHINE(S) SHOULD 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 or from Wascomat through its Teletech Service Telephone - 516/
371-0700.
All requests for assistance must include the model, serial number and electrical characteristics as
they appear on the machine identification plate. Insert this information 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!
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
PRECAUCION
1. Do not open washer door until cycle is completed, operating
light is off, and wash cylinder has stopped rotating.
1. No abra la puerta de la máquina lavadora sino hasta que la
máquina haya terminado su ciclo, la luz operativa esté apaga
da y el cilindro de lavado haya completamento terminado de
girar.
2. Do not tamper with the door safety switch or door lock.
3. Do not attempt to open door or place hands into washer to
remove or add clothes during operation. This can cause
serious injury.
2. No interferia o manipule el switch o la cerradura de la puerta.
MACHINE SHOULD NOT BE USED BY CHILDREN
LAS MÁQUINAS NO DEBEN SER USADAS POR NIÑOS
3. No trate de abrir la puerta o meta las manos dentro de la
máquina para meter o sacar ropa mientras la máquina está
en operación, pues puede resultar seriamento herido.
LOCATED AT THE REAR OF THE MACHINE:
INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE WARNINGS
1. This machine MUST be securely bolted to an uncovered concrete floor, according to
the installation instructions, to reduce the risk of fire and to prevent serious injury, or
damage to the machine.
2. If installed on a floor of combustible material, the floor area below this machine must
be covered by a metal sheet extending to the outer edges of the machine.
3. This machine MUST be connected to a dedicated electrical circuit to which no other
lighting unit or general purpose receptacle is connected. Use copper conductor only.
4. This machine MUST be serviced and operated in compliance with manufacturer's
instructions. CHECK DOOR LOCKS EVERY DAY FOR PROPER OPERATION TO PRE
VENT INJURY OR DAMAGE. IF THE DOOR LOCK FAILS TO OPERATE PROPERLY,
PLACE THE MACHINE OUT OF ORDER UNTIL THE PROBLEM IS CORRECTED.
5. Disconnect power prior to servicing of machine.
6. To remove the top panel for service on those models on which it is secured by screws
at the rear, first remove the screws. Be certain to reinstall them when remounting the
top panel. To remove the top panel for service on those models on which it is secured
by one or two keylocks, use the keys originally shipped in the drum package. Be
certain to relock after remounting the top panel.
MANUFACTURED BY WASCATOR
DISTRIBUTED BY WASCOMAT INWOOD, NEW YORK, USA
471 76 62 03-01
LOCATED ON THE DOOR:
If you need to order more safety or warning
signs, call Wascomat's parts department at
516-371-2000, or call your local dealer.
WARNING !
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN DOOR
UNTIL PROGRAM HAS FINISHED AND
DRUM HAS STOPPED ROTATING. 471 7651-17
FLEX-O-MATIC FL 125, FL 185 HI-TEK
Contents
Introduction ...................................................................... 1
Technical data .................................................................. 2
Installation ........................................................................ 5
Safety rules .................................................................... 15
Mechanical and electrical design ................................... 16
Procedure for use ........................................................... 31
Programming .................................................................. 38
Service information ........................................................ 60
Maintenance................................................................... 61
The manufacturer reservs the right to make changes to design and
material specifications.
Safety instructions
• All installation operations are to be carried out by qualified
personnel. Licensed personnel are necessary for all electric
power wiring.
• This machine is designed for water washing only.
• This machine must not be used by children.
• This machine must not be sprayed with water, otherwise short
circuiting may occur.
• Fabrics softener with volatile or inflammable fluids are not to
be used in the machine.
• The interlock of the door must be checked daily for proper
operation and must not be bypased.
• All service personnel must be fully familiar with the operating
manual before attempting any repair or maintenance of the
machine.
• Any leakage in the system, due to faulty gaskets etc., must be
repaired immediately.
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Introduction
1
Introduction
The FL HI-TEK model washer/extractors have been developed to cover the
heavy duty requirements of hotels, motels, nursing homes, hospitals,
professional laundries, restaurants, airlines, ships, schools, colleges and all
on-premises laundries where flexibility and quick formula variation coupled
with high quality automatic washing are required.
Fig.
1
The microcomputer controlled FL HI-TEK model allows for complete
programming of water temperatures, water levels, wash and extraction
periods and supply injections. The machine is designed for connection to
hot and cold water supplies and may be used with free-standing powder or
liquid supply injectors which can be activated by signals from the machine.
All parts of the machine which come into contact with the items being
washed are made of heavy gauge surgical stainless steel, ensuring long life
and lasting beauty, as well as full protection for no-iron fabrics. All electrical
components are made accessible for servicing by simply removing the top
panel.
This manual contains a technical description of the machine and instructions for its installation, operation and maintenance. Together with the
wiring diagram which accompanies each individual machine it should be
kept in a safe place for easy reference.
When ordering spare parts or contacting the manufacturer for any purpose
always give the machine serial number, model, voltage and other electrical
characteristics appearing on the dataplate at the rear of the machine.
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Technical data
Technical data FL 125 HI-TEK
Dry load capacity
up to
Overall dimensions
Width
Depth
Height
Net weight
Dyn force
775 mm
995 mm
1196 mm
210 kg
2.4 ± 4.8 kN
30 1/2 in
39 3/16 in
47 3/32 in
462 lbs
576 ±
1152 lbs force
Crated dimensions
Volume
Weight
1,06 m3
222 kg
39 cu.ft
489 lbs
Inner drum dimensions
Diameter
Depth
Volume
620 mm
520 mm
157 litre
24 1/2 in
20 1/2 in
5.65 cu.ft
Speed of rotation
Wash
Extraction
52 r.p.m.
500 r.p.m.
G-factor
During wash
During extraction
0.9
87
Motor speed
During wash
During extraction
330 r.p.m.
3450 r.p.m.
Voltage requirements
Choice:
208-240 V 1-Phase 60 Hz or
208-240 V 3-Phase 60 Hz
Rated output power
Motor, wash,
300 W
0.4 HP
Motor, extract. 3-phase
1300 W
1.8 HP
Motor, wash 1-phase
280 W
0.4 HP
Motor, extract. 1-phase
1300 W
1.8 HP
Three-phase
Single-phase
15 A
20 A
Recommended water pressure
2 - 6 kp/cm2
25 - 85 psi
Hose connection, water
DN 20
3/4"
Hose connection, drain
74 mm
3"
Overcurrent protection
35 lbs
Water connections
Technical data
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Technical data FL 185 HI-TEK
Dry load capacity
up to
23 kg
50 lbs
Overall dimensions
Width
Depth
Height
Net weight
Dyn force
860 mm
1085 mm
1315 mm
264kg
3.1 ± 5.2 kN
33 7/8 in
42 3/4 ın
51 3/4 in
582 lbs
744 ±
1248 lbs force
Crated dimensions
Volume
Weight
1,42 m3
275 kg
50.2 cu.ft.
606 lbs
Inner drum
Diameter
Depth
Volume
700 mm
600 mm
230 litre
27 9/16 in
23 5/8 in
8.1 cu.ft
Speed of rotation
Wash
45 r.p.m.
Extraction
455 r.p.m.
G-factor
During wash
During extraction
0.8
81
Motor speed
During wash
During extraction
360 r.p.m.
3480 r.p.m.
Voltage requirements
Choice:
208-240 V 3-Phase 60 Hz or 208-240 V 1 -phase 60 Hz
Rated output power
Motor, wash, 3-phase
Motor, extract, 3-phase
Motor, wash 1-phase
Motor, extract, 1-phase
400 W
2000 W
400 W
1800 W
Overcurrent protection
Three-phase
Single-phase
15 A
20 A
Recommended water pressure
2-6 kp/cm2
25-85 psi
Hose connection, water
DN 20
3/4"
Hose connection, drain
74 mm
3"
Water connections
0.55 HP
2.7 HP
0.55 HP
2.4 HP
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Technical data
Outline and dimensions
FL 125HI-TEK
mm
inches
mm
1196
47 1/16
1315
51 3/4
B 465
C 775
D 995
E 205
F 160
G 1040
H 1035
J 100
K 270
L
M
N 1135
18 5/16
30 1/2
39 3/16
8 1/16
6 5/16
40 15/16
40 3/4
3 15/16
10 5/8
44 11/16
540
860
1085
205
160
1160
1155
100
260
295
1215
1255
21 1/4
33 7/8
42 11/16
8 1/16
6 5/16
45 11/16
45 1/2
3 15/16
10 3/8
11 5/8
47 13/16
49 7/16
A
1 Drain outlet
1
1
FL 185
FL 125
1852
FL 185HI-TEK
inches
Installation
Installation
5
2
Machine foundation
Fig.
2
Fig.
3
Fig.
4
The machines are designed to be bolted in
position to a concrete floor or specially prepared
concrete foundation. A template showing the size
of the foundation and positioning of the
foundation bolts is delivered with each machine.
For installation on an existing concrete floor, the
floor must be at least 8" thick and of good quality.
If the floor does not meet these requirements,
then a 6-8" high concrete foundation should be
made. A prefabricated steel base is available for
mounting of machines without an additional
foundation.
Follow the instructions below when making a
concrete foundation:
1. Decide where to place the machine and
consider maintenance requirements, i.e.
determine a suitable distance from the rear of
the foundation to the wall, and the distance
from the foundation to the nearest side wall.
The distance should be at least 16 and 12
inches, respectively.
2. Break up the floor to a depth of 3 inches,
making sure that the sides of the hole slope
inwards - the bottom of the hole should be 5
inches longer than the upper length.
3. Wet the hole well. Brush the bottom and sides
with cement grout.
4. Prepare a casing and fill with concrete to form
foundation. Make sure the foundation is level.
5. Use the template to position the foundation
bolts correctly - bolts are to extend 1 1/2"
above concrete.
NOTE: A prefabricated steel frame, designed
to be placed in the concrete instead of the
individual mounting bolts, is available.
0271
3
1677
4
FL125 HI-TEK FL185 HI-TEK
A
mm
inches
mm
inches
508
20
600
23 2/3
35 13/16 960
37 13/32 1000
5 9/16
142
23 5/8
700
31 1/2
880
30 15/16 922
39
1090
11
236
37 3/4
39 3/8
5 9/16
27 9/16
34 2/3
36 1/8
42 7/8
9 7/16
B 910
C 1031
D 142
E 600
G 800
H 786
I
991
K 281
B = machine outline to edge of front panel
C, G = minimum foundation pad for one machine
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Installation
6
Mechanical installation
Fig.
5
5
• Place wide steel shims on the concrete foundation over the bolts.
• Lift the machine and lower it in position. Never
use the door or the door handle to lift or lower
the machine.
Fig.
6
Fig.
7
• Check that the machine is level front-to-rear
and side-to-side and standing firmly on the
six supporting points. Spacing washers must
be mounted if one or more of these points is
not resting against the floor/foundation.
• Place flat washers over the foundation bolts
and secure the machine in position by tightening the self-locking nuts. See illustration
below.
• Check and tighten the nuts every week for the
first month.
0274
6
0950
7
selflocking
nut
flat washer
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Installation
Electrical installation
7
8
All electrical installations are to be carried
out by licensed personal.
Fig.
8
Although the machines are fitted with a thermal
overload in the motor windings and a separate
fuse for the control circuit, a separate threephase common-trip circuit breaker must be
installed for all three-phase machines.
For proper overcurrent protection, check the data
plate at the rear of the machine. Also consult
local electrical code for special requirements.
Fig.
9
Connect L1, L2, L3 and ground wires according
to the markings of the terminal block. The cable
is to hang in a large loose loop, supported by the
clip of the terminal block.
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9
Make sure the machine is properly grounded
electrically.
After installation, do the following for 3-phase
machines
Check the incoming power for a high voltage leg.
If present, connect that line to L2 on the terminal
block.
Fig.
10
Start the machine and check that the drum
rotates in the proper direction during extraction,
i.e. counter-clockwise when seen from the front.
If the drum rotates in the wrong direction intercharge line L1 and L3 at the power connection
terminal.
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10
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Installation
8
Water connection
11
NOTE
All plumbing must conform to national
and local plumbing codes.
Fig.
11
Incoming water lines do not require non-return or
back-suction valves, as the machine is already
fitted with a siphon breaker. However, all incoming lines must be fitted with shut-off valves.
• Use flexible water hoses of proper length to
avoid sags and kinks.
Fig.
12
• Water inlets are labelled for hot and cold
water connection.
• Flush the water system thoroughly and check
that the filter at the machine inlet is fitted
correctly.
Fig.
13
• Connect the machine to the water mains with
3/4" reinforced rubber hosing not to exceed 6
ft in length. Hang the hosing in a large loop.
Do not use rigid piping.
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12
FL 125
HI-TEK
FL185
HI-TEK
1870
13
FL 125
HI-TEK
hot water
cold water
1846
FL185
HI-TEK
hot water cold water hot water
(to detergent supply box)
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Installation
Steam connections (optional)
9
14
The steam supply to the machine should be fitted
with manual shut-off valves and filters to facilitate
installation and servicing.
Fig.
14
Fit the filter supplied to the manual cut-off valve.
Connection size at filter: DN 15 (BSP 1/2'').
Steam pressure required:
•
minimum: 10 psi (0.5 kp/cm2)
•
maximum: 115 psi (8 kp/cm2)
Check there are no sharp angles or bends in the
connection hose.
Fig.
15
For steam pressures in excess of 85 psi, the
nozzle supplied should be installed between the
stem injector and the steam hose. The nozzle is
installed inside the steam injector.
0956
15
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Installation
10
Drain connection
Fig.
16
16
Connect a 3" (75 mm) flexible hose to the drain
outlet of the machine.
The drain hose must not have sharp bends and
must slope from the machine to assure proper
drainage. The outlet must open freely to the main
drains.
Do not reduce the size of the drain connection
from the machine to the waste line.
Start-up and safety checklist
Before initial start-up of a Wascomat washerextractor, the following safety checks must be
performed:
Fig.
17
Fig.
18
• Make sure the machine is properly bolted to
the floor.
• Make sure that all electrical and plumbing
connections have been made in accordance
with applicable local codes.
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17
• Make sure the machine is properly grounded
electrically.
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18
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Installation
Connection of external liquid
supply
11
19
Remove cover and cover support over the soap
box.
Fig.
19
Fig.
20
Fig.
21
Bend all the way back the metal plate in
compartment 3.
Pull the knobs up and forward.
1. Loosen both knobs so that one side of the
metal fingers underneath can slide under the
top lid of the machine, within the supply box.
2. Fit the supply injector into the supply box so
that both sides are held securely in places by
the metal fingers.
Note:
If the supply injector does not fit turn it around.
You have it in backwards.
1336
20
1334
21
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Installation
12
Fig.
22
1. Drop the knop into the larger opening in the
supply injector lid.
22
2. Tighten securely. Do not overtighten! Do not
use pliers or other tools to tighten the knobs!
Fig.
23
1. Stretch the multi-rubber ring B and select the
correct size ring which will fit snugly on the
chemical tube you are using. Ring A is used
for tubes with Ø1/3'' (8 mm).
2. Use scissors or a razor to carefully cut out the
proper size rubber ring. Wrap the rubber ring
around each tube after threading each tube
through the plastic nipple. Run the tube
through the compression nut to the bottom of
the compartment. Cut the end of the tube at an
angle. Hand tighten the plastic nipple on to the
compression nut.
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1331
23
Plastic
nipple
Multi-rubber ring
Cut to fit
on tube
Rubber
rings
A
B
Compression
nut
Supply injector
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Installation
Electrical connection
Fig.
24
13
24
At the electrical connection of the machine are
two quick connectors. When the machine is
delivered connector A is connected. When using
powder supply, change to connector B.
Pump connection
Fig.
25
To the right of the incoming power connection
block is the connection strip for pumps.
Depending on the number of pumps to be
connected, they shall be connected from 1-5 and
C (common) on resp. connection. The pumps
obtain signals from the electronic timer via the
connections.
1932
25
1922
Installation
14
Before the machine is operated, the door safety
interlock must be checked for proper operation
as follows:
Fig.
26
Fig.
27
26
• When washer loading door is open, the
machine must not start. Verify this by attempting to start washer with door open
(see section ”Procedure”).
• When washer is in operation, the loading door
is locked and cannot be opened. Verify this by
attempting to open the loading door when the
machine is operating. If necessary, consult
this manual for proper operation of the door
lock and door safety interlock or call a qualified serviceman.
IMPORTANT:
Door safety interlock must be checked
daily in accordance with above procedure.
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WARNING:
Before servicing Wascomat equipment,
disconnect electrical power.
Function control check-out list
In the machine cylinder, you will find the warranty
registration card, a copy of the warranty policy,
the bolt hole template and other pertinent materia. The warranty card should be completed and
sent to Wascomat. All other items should be
placed in a safe place for future reference.
The machine should be cleaned when the installation is completed, and checked out as detailed
below without loading the machine with fabrics:
1. Check the incoming power for proper
voltage, phase and cycles.
Fig.
28
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2. Open manual shut-off valves to the machine.
3. Turn on electric power.
4. Check the function of the door safety
interlock as detailed on page 13 of this
manual.
5. Run through a complete cycle, checking for
water temperature, drain operation and
extract direction.
NOTE
All machines are factory tested prior to
shipment. Occasionally, some residual
water may be found when the machine is
installed.
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Safety rules
Safety rules
• All installation operations are to be carried out by qualified
personnel. Licensed personnel are necessary for all electric
power wiring.
• This machine is designed for water washing only.
• This machine must not be used by children.
• This machine must not be sprayed with water, otherwise short
circuiting may occur.
• Fabric softeners with volatile or inflammable fluids are not to be
used in the machine.
• The interlock of the door must be checked daily for proper
operation and must not be bypassed.
• All service personnel must be fully familiar with the operating
manual before attempting any repair or maintenance of the
machine.
• Any leakage in the system, due to faulty gaskets etc., must be
repaired immediately.
15
Mechanical and electrical design
16
General
The door and the electronic timer with display and keyboard are fitted at the
front of the machine.
All control and indicating components, i.e. relays, level control, etc are
assembled under the top cover, easily accessible from the top of the
machine for simplified servicing.
Main units
Fig.
29
1. Electronic timer with display and keyboard for operating the machine.
2. Door – with automatic locking device which remains locked throughout
the different wash processes.
3. Detergent supply box - three compartments for automatic injection of
powdered detergents and fabric softener.
4. Inner cylinder - of stainless steel supported at the rear by two
ballraces.
5. Outer drum - of stainless steel (18/8) securely attached to the frame.
6. Wash motor – for reversing wash action and high speed spin action,
with self tensioning V-belt drive and rubber suspension.
7. Hot and cold water valves - program and level controlled solenoid
valves for filling with water, and for flushdown of automatic detergent
dispenser.
8. Drain valve - timer controlled for draining the machine of water.
9. Siphon breaker - to prevent water in the machine from re-entering the
water supply system.
10. Control unit - plug-in type for time and temperature control of the
different wash cycles.
Mechanical and electrical design
17
Machine construction
Outer shell
Fig.
29
The outer shell is made of heavy gauge surgical steel and is attached to a heavy
duty, rigid head casting (back gable).
The whole assembly is mounted on a heavy gauge fabricated steel base,
galvanized for long life and corrosion resistance.
Inner cylinder
The inner cylinder is made of perforated surgical stainless steel. It is equipped with
three lifting ribs and has highly-polished side sheets and back with maximum
embossed perforated area to assure high flow of water and supplies through fabrics.
Scientifically correct ratio of cylinder diameter and depth assures maximum washing
action.
The shaft is electrically welded to the reinforced back of the cylinder. A specially
designed chrome-plated sleeve bushing protects the seals from wear.
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Mechanical and electrical design
18
Rear gable and bearing
Fig.
30
The rear gable and the bearing trunnion housing are constructed of a
webbed heavy casting for extra rigidity. There are two neoprene seals to
protect from filtration of water. The sleeve bearings are water protected. An
intermediate safety outlet provides an escapement for any possible condensation.
The seals are mounted on a chrome-plated, specially hardened sleeve
bushing that is mounted on the drum shaft to prevent wear of the seals and
shaft. The main bearing is fitted machine-tight into the bearing trunnion
housing. A C-clamp is placed on the shaft to prevent the cylinder from
moving in and out.
The extension of the bearing trunnion housing supports the rear bearing
holding the shaft. The bearings are permanently lubricated and need no
maintenance.
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FL 125 HI-TEK
C-clamp
Rear bearing
Bearing housing
Front bearing
Sealing rings
Bushing
Inner drum
Rear lining
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Mechanical and electrical design
Door, description
Fig.
31
The door consists of a backing frame (1), door
(2), glass (3) and door gasket (4). The backing
frame and door are both made of enameled
aluminium. The backing frame is bolted directly
to the outer shell of the washing machine.The
door hinges are fastened on the outside of the
backing frame and the door lock (5) on the inside. The heat-hardened glass is mounted in the
door using a special rubber seal which also acts
as a gasket between the door and the washing
machine’s outer shell when the door is closed.
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NOTE
Do not repair a faulty door lock.
Allways replace the old unit
with a new one, to assure proper operation of the door safety
interlock.
31
Door lock, description
Fig.
32
The door lock consists of a circuit board (1) with
a connector. Mounted on the board are the lock
plate (2), against which the locking bolt turns to
lock the door, and a microswitch (3) which closes
when the locking bolt has locked the door.
4
1
3
2
There is also a locking device on the circuit board
which acts to lock the locking bolt in place when
the machine starts up.
The locking device consists of a double-acting
solenoid (4), a delay unit (5) and the locking
device itself (6) which operates sideways in
blocking the locking bolt with a stud. The locking
device can be affected by both the solenoid and
the delay unit.
5
The lock operates as follows:
• When the door is closed and the locking bolt
is turned to lock position, the micro switch will
indicate that the door is closed.
• When the machine is started, the solenoid
actuates the locking device, blocking the door
lock. The locking device signals the delay
unit, closing a switch in the unit. The washing
machine motor will start and water enter the
machine only after the delay unit receives the
information that the door is locked. The bimetallic spring in the delay unit is warmed up
at the beginning of the program.
• Once the washing machine stops at the end of
a cycle, the solenoid pulls back the locking
stud and allows the door to open. The delay
unit is spring-mounted in the locking device
and is also pulled back by the solenoid. The
solenoid operates for about two minutes to
allow the bi-metallic spring to cool enough not
to lock the door again.
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5
1
6
2
4
3
• If current should disappear during a cycle, the
delay unit will keep the door locked for about
two minutes, ensuring that the wash water can
drain out (The drain valve opens automatically
when current is lost).
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Mechanical and electrical design
20
Control unit
Fig.
33
The control panel (1), mounted at the front, includes all components
necessary for operating and programming the machine. The panel includes
display, control switches and a key-operated switch.
The printed circuit board with the microprocessor-controlled electronic timer
is mounted just behind the control panel.
Relays, rotation guard, capacitors (1-phase only) and transformer are
located at the top of the machine, easily accessible for service.
Electrical connections to the machine are made by quick-disconnect plugs.
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Mechanical and electrical design
Relays
Fig.
34
21
34
The HI-TEK models employ three relays. The
relays control:
• the wash speed (1)
• the extract speed (2)
Construction
Fig.
35
The body of the relay holding the stationary
contacts is made of current-resistant plastic. A
solenoid and a contact bank hold the moving
contacts. The contacts are spring-loaded to
assure the correct contact pressure.
The relay is constructed for continous operation,
whether mounted horizontally or vertically.
Screw-type terminals provide perfect connections
even when one or two wires have different diameters.
Operation
When the solenoid is energized, the two halves
of the magnet core are drawn together, pulling
down the moving contacts, thus making or breaking the circuit. When the current cuts out,
springs force the contact bank into its original
position, thus closing or opening the circuits.
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35
Trouble shooting
If the relay fails to operate despite power to the
coil, turn off the power and check the solenoid by
measuring the resistance across the terminals
(1).
If the relay hums when power is applied, this
indicates either a break in the insulator holding
the moving contacts at the axle where it holds the
top half of core (3) or a rusty core (4), which can
be cleaned.
Make sure that the moving contact assembly
moves freely. Always replace burnt or pitted
contacts (2) ... do not reuse contacts.
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Mechanical and electrical design
22
Drive motor
36
Description in general
Fig.
36
Fig.
37
The motor is mounted on an axle with rubber
dampeners.
The V-belt is tightened by turning the motor on
the axle and locking it in place using the
tensioner on the rear side of the motor. The
motor and tensioner have vibration and noise
dampening rubber suspensions.
Construction in general
The motor consists of stator, rotor and endshields with ball-bearings. The stator and the
rotor consists of plates, insulated from each other
and welded together. The stator is provided with
slots in which the 2-pole and 18-pole windings
are wound. The windings are impregnated with a
temperature-resistant sound-insulating resin
varnish according to class B. The end-shields are
die-cast. The ball bearings are permanently
lubricated.
Construction of single-phase motor
Single-phase motors have an 18-pole winding
(wash-speed) the same as three-phase motors,
using a continous connected capacitor, while the
2-pole winding (extract-speed) is a specially
designed winding with both continous connected
capacitor and starting capacitor.
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Function of 3-phase motor
When the stator winding is charged, a magnetic
field will occur, which in turn will rotate the rotor
at a fixed RPM depending upon the number of
poles in the winding. The 18-pole winding gives
the wash speed and the 2-pole winding the
extract-speed. When operating with load, the
speed deviates slightly from the synchronous
(no-load) speed. This difference is called the slip
and is usually expressed as a percentage of the
syncronous speed. The motors will work satisfactorily at nominal voltage +10%-15%.
Function of single-phase motor
When the stator winding is charged without a
capacitor, two counteracting magnetic fields are
created. When a capacitor is connected, it will
displace one of the two magnetic fields adding it
to the other, creating a torque turning the rotor in
a specific direction. The RPM is the same as for
the 3-phase motor.
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Mechanical and electrical design
23
Principal wiring and points of measuring on single-phase
motors.
Fig.
38
The numbers at the connection points refer to the terminal numbers at the motor connector plug.
The numbers in circles indicate points of ampere measurements.
38
FL125 HI-TEK 208-240 V 60 Hz single-phase
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Mechanical and electrical design
24
38
FL185 HI-TEK 208-240 V 60 Hz single-phase
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Mechanical and electrical design
Motor connections
Fig.
1, 2 and 3: wash speed (18-pole winding).
39
4, 5 and 6: extract speed (2-pole winding)
25
39
7 and 9: motor overload protector.
Motor overload protector
Blue
White
Black
The motor is equipped with two self-resetting,
thermal overload protectors, situated one in each
winding of the stator. The protectors are connected in series and will trip at a temperature of
120°C (248°F) (3-phase) or 130°C (266°F)
(single phase). In the event the protectors fail
but the motor remains otherwise undamaged, an
overload protector may be mounted in the control
unit of the machine. Before making such installation check to ascertain that the windings are not
damaged. A burned out motor can be re-wound.
Black
LOW SPEED
Blue
White
HIGH SPEED
Overload protector
NOTE
Before connecting a separate overload
protector consult the local code.
Single-phase machines are also equipped with a
manually set overload protector mounted on the
extract relay in the control unit. This overload
protector protects the motor during the start-up of
extraction.
0304
40
Removing the motor
Fig.
40
• Remove the drain valve (1) from the axle by
pulling it straight up.
• Remove the tightening unit (2) on the rear of
the motor.
• Disconnect the connector (3) placed
diagonally under the rear edge of the motor.
• Remove the t wo screws (4). Pull the axle
forward slightly until the guide pins pull out of
the axle brackets. Remove the motor unit.
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Mechanical and electrical design
26
Inlet valves for FL 125 HI-TEK and
detergent valve for FL 185 HI-TEK
41
Construction
Fig.
41
The valve has a single-inlet with either one, two
or three outlets, each with its own solenoid coil.
The body is made of heat-resistant polyamid
plastic and the solenoids encased in water-tight
plastic.
A filter screen on the inlet side prevents dirt from
entering the valve. Flow restrictors can be placed
at either the inlet or any of the outlets.
Operation
Fig.
42
When the solenoid is energized, the springloaded plunger is drawn up and the pilot valve in
the center of the diaphragm open. Because of
the difference in diameter between the pilot valve
opening and the ventilating hole in the diaphragm, the pressure above the diaphragm drops
to a point where the admission pressure below
the diaphragm can lift the diaphragm, thus opening the valve.
When the current to the solenoid is cut off, the
plunger spring will press the plunger against the
pilot opening of the diaphragm. The pressure
above the diaphragm then rises to correspond to
the water inlet pressure and the pressure of the
spring will close the valve.
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42
solenoid
plunger
ventilating hole
diphragm
pilot valve
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Mechanical and electrical design
Repair instructions
Fig.
43
27
43
Limescale can block the hole in the valve diaphragm and interfere with the function of the valve.
It is therefore advisable to dismantle and clean
the valve at certain regular intervals. The frequency depends on operating conditions and the
level of contamination in the water.
If the valve does not open
• Check that power is supplied to the coil.
• Check the coil with an instrument to determine
whether there is a break or a short circuit.
• Dismantle the valve (see below) and check
the openings in the valve diaphragm.
• Check the inlet strainer and clean as required.
• Undo the coil and clean the surfaces of the
magnetic core.
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44
If the valve does not close
• Check that the coil is not live. The valve is
normally closed when the magnet is not
energised.
• Check the return spring
• Check the diaphragm (pilot pressure opening).
Dismantling the valve
Fig.
44
Fig.
45
• Pull the coil straight upwards. Use a screwdriver if necessary to carefully undo the coil.
• Use the tool supplied (attached to one of the
hoses when the machine is delivered) to open
the valve housing. Slide the tool over the
protruding plastic sleeve to that the pegs on
the tool engage the corresponding sockets in
the valve housing.
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45
• Use a spanner or a pair of pliers and unscrew
the upper part of the valve housing.
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Mechanical and electrical design
28
Inlet valve for FL185 HI-TEK
Fig.
46
46
The water inlets have brass bodies with larger
cross section of the outlet in order to achieve a
shorter filling time for the machine.
Construction
The valve housing is made of pressed brass. The
spring-loaded plunger is made of stainless steel
and located at its lower end is a rubber gasket for
the pilot valve.
Operation
The valve is automatically operated by means of
a rubber diaphragm and a pilot valve in exactly
the same way as the supply injector valve.
NOTE: To strip, clean, re-assemble and
troubleshoot the inlet valve, follow the
instructions outlined for the supply injector
valve.
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47
Clean out
At water temperatures of more than 60°C/140°F,
the lime deposits are heavily increased. This can
cause function problems due to blocking up the
equalizing orifice of the valve.
Fig.
46
Fig.
47
The fault can be eliminated by cleaning the
equalizing orifice (marked A).
If there are much deposits the orifice can be
changed from 0.5 mm to 0.8 mm. The screwhead
of the orifice is marked with 1 ring for the size of
0.5 mm and 2 rings for the size of 0.8 mm.
0368
Clean the orifice as follows:
1. Shut off the main supply.
48
2. Unscrew the orifice.
Fig.
48
3. Clean the hole in the orifice carefully with a
pin or similar not thicker than 0.5 resp. 0.8
mm.
4. Mount the orifice, be careful with sealing and
tighten.
5. Open the main supply.
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Mechanical and electrical design
29
Soap supply box
Fig.
49
The three-compartment soap supply box is located at the top of the machine. Viewed from
the front, the compartments marked with figures 1, 2 and 3 are used as follows:
For powder supplies:
Compartment 1
This compartment is used for adding detergent to the wash and is flushed down when Comp.
1 is programmed.
Compartment 2
This compartment is used for adding supplies to the wash and is flushed down when Comp.
2 is programmed.
Compartment 3
This compartment is used for adding fabric softener to the wash and is flushed down when
Comp. 3 is programmed.
For liquid supplies:
Compartment 3 only is used in conjunction with a top mount supply injector. See pages 11
and 12 for installation instructions.
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Mechanical and electrical design
30
Drain valve
50
Description
Fig.
50
The drain valve is operated by using the pressure
in the cold water intake. A tube (1) is connected
between the cold water intake and a solenoid
valve (2). When the solenoid valve is activated,
it opens and allows water to flow into the feeder
tube (3). The water presses up a piston (4),
which uses the pressure lid (5) to close the drain
valve rubber membrane. When the solenoid
valve cuts out, the water presure and the springs
(7) on the lid push the piston back, allowing the
water to pass the solenoid valve and drain out via
the return tube (8).
Trouble shooting
If the drain valve doesn’t close:
• Check that the solenoid valve (2) receives
electricity.
• Check that the solenoid valve and the hoses
are clear by:
- removing the drain hose (3).
- check that water exits the hose when the
valve is activated.
• Check that the diaphragm (9) is undamaged.
If the drain valve doesn’t open:
• Check that the return tube (8) is open.
• Check that the piston (4) doesn’t seize.
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Procedure
31
Procedure for use
All operations, including the programming of new wash programs are
carried out from the control panel on the front of the machine. During
normal use, the programming keys to the left of the panel are inoperative.
Fig.
51
The control panel comprises the following:
• a display window with four lines each of 40 characters. This shows the
relevant program information, the programming instructions, error
messages etc.
• there are push button controls for:
- start/hold/rapid advance
- blocking high speed spin during automatic washing
- manual washing (motor, filling with water, flushing down detergent,
heating and draining)
- programming new programs
- figure values (program selection/programming)
• key switch for switching between the normal position and the
programming position.
• indicators for supplies.
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Programming
Indicators, detergent
PRE- MAIN
WASH WASH
RINSE
DRAIN
EXTR.
COOL
DOWN
TEXT
EDIT
UP
YES
ERASE EDIT
DOWN
RUN
ENTER
PROGRAM
Switch
RUN-PROGRAM
Character display
Digital input keypad
DETERGENT 1
DETERGENT 2
DETERGENT 3
DETERGENT 4
DETERGENT 5
NO
START
HOLD/RAPID ADV
HEAT
Start/Hold/Rapid advance
PROG.
DRAIN
LOW COLD HOT
MOTOR FLUSH INFO.
EXTR. WATER WATER CLOSED
Manual controls
DOOR
LOCK
°C/°F
Connecting for cassette
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Procedure
32
Preparation
52
• Sort the wash according to the washing
instructions on the garment labels. Check that
there are no foreign objects in the garments.
Pull up zipper fasteners.
• Open the washing machine door, check that
the drum is empty, insert the wash goods and
close the door.
Automatic washing
The manual controls can be used during
automatic washing.
Program selection
When supplied, the machine is provided with a
number of standard programs (program numbers
01-09). Program numbers 10-99 are intended for
your own programs (refer to the separate
programming appendix).
Fig.
52
• Select a program number by entering two
digits with the digit keys. Note that program
numbers 01-09 must also be entered as two
digits (e.g. 0 3).
0150
53
HEAT
LOW
EXTR
COLD
WATER
HOT
WATER
• A number that has been entered incorrectly
can be changed by entering the correct number directly after the incorrect one.
Fig.
53
If only slow spin is required, enter LOW EXTR.
0162
Procedure
Program information
Fig.
54
33
54
When a program has been selected and PROG.
INFO. is pressed, further information about the
program is shown in the display window's bottom
lines.
Measuring the detergent
Fig.
55
Fig.
56
Five lights on the panel indicate which detergent
compartments will be used, or supply signals
provided during washing. Will be lit when specific
detergent compartment is used, or signal
provided.
HOT
WATER
DRAIN
CLOSED
MOTOR
FLUSH
PROG.
INFO.
DOOR
LOCK
°C/°F
If the machine's system for powder detergent is
used: meter the detergent and any additives
according to the lamp indication.
0152
55
DETERGENT 1
DETERGENT 2
DETERGENT 3
DETERGENT 4
DETERGENT 5
0153
56
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Procedure
34
Starting the program
Fig.
57
Fig.
58
57
Press START/HOLD/RAPID ADV. button. The
wash cycle will commence and the display
window will display wash information as shown in
the figure below.
Temporary stop
Fig.
57
Fig.
57
• Press START/HOLD/RAPID ADV.. All active
functions (motor, filling with water and heating)
are switched off. The drain will remain closed
and the door locked.
START
HOLD/RAPID ADV.
HEAT
LOW
EXTR.
COLD
WATER
• The program is restarted by pressing START/
HOLD/RAPID ADV. again, and starts from the
position where it had stopped. There is one
exception; if a pause was made during a spin
cycle, the program will continue with the
program section after the spin cycle.
0155
Fast forward
Fig.
57
• Press START/HOLD/RAPID ADV. and keep
the button pressed. After 1.5 seconds, the
different program sections will be fast
forwarded at a rate of one section per
second.
• Program sections which are longer that 300
seconds (5 minutes) are however divided into
several steps for fast forwarding. At each step
the time is reduced by 300 seconds.
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Program name
Activity in progress
Program section time left
(not filling or heating)
Program number
Program
section in
progress
PROGRAM 01
HOT
MAIN WASH 01
FILLING
TEMP:
68 °F
TIME LEFT
APPROX.
Water's actual temperature
CV
TIME 360 SEK
SET TEMP:
104 °F
45 MIN
Program time left
Programmed temperature
0156
Procedure
Programmed stop
Fig.
59
If there is a programmed stop in the program, the
machine stops and a buzzer sounds. The buzzer
is switched off by pressing START/
HOLD/RAPID ADV. The program is restarted by
pressing the button again.
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59
Tumble drying after the program is completed
Fig.
60
If DOOR LOCK and MOTOR are pressed before
starting or while a program is operating, the drum
will continue to rotate after the program is
completed. The drum is stopped again by
pressing MOTOR again. Then press DOOR
LOCK. The door can then be opened after 30
seconds.
START
HOLD/RAPID ADV.
HEAT
LOW
EXTR.
COLD
WATER
Finishing off
When the wash is completed, the door is locked
for 30 seconds. Abuzzer may sound if this
function is programmed.
0155
60
Open the door and take out the wash.
DRAIN MOTOR
CLOSED
FLUSH
PROG.
INFO.
DOOR
LOCK
°C/°F
0157
Procedure
36
Manual washing
61
• The lamps above the control buttons indicate
that the function is active. COLD WATER,
HOT WATER and FLUSH must be kept
pressed to remain active. Other control
buttons change function each time they are
pressed.
Fig.
61
Fig.
62
Fig.
63
Fig.
64
Fig.
65
DRAIN
CLOSED
FLUSH
MOTOR
PROG.
INFO.
DOOR
LOCK
°C/°F
• Lock the door by pressing DOOR LOCK (the
lamp above the shall light up). Note that the
door must be locked for other manual
operation to be possible.
• The wash motor is started and operates with a
reversing action with the MOTOR button.
• Water is filled with COLD WATER and HOT
WATER. FLUSH is used to wash down
detergent from compartment 1 (pre-wash) or
detergent valve 1.
This function may not be used if the
machine is connected for external liquid
supply.
• The wash water is heated by pressing HEAT.
Note that there is no temperature limit or
indication of the temperature during manual
washing. Heating is discontinued however at
208°F (98°C).
• The drain valve is operated with DRAIN. The
valve is closed when the light is on.
0158
62
HOT
WATER
DRAIN
CLOSED
MOTOR
FLUSH
PROG.
INFO.
DOOR
LOCK
0159
63
COLD
WATER
HOT
WATER
DRAIN
CLOSED
MOTOR
FLUSH
PROG.
INFO.
0160
64
65
COLD
WATER
HOT
WATER
DRAIN
CLOSED
MOTOR
START
HOLD/RAPID ADV.
FLUSH
0162
HEAT
LOW COLD
HOT
EXTR. WATER WATER
0161
Procedure
Extract cycle
37
66
For safety reasons, there is no manual button for
the extract cycle. There are two choices if
extracting is required during manual operation:
• 1. Select one of the standard programs and
fast forward to the "Extract" cycle.
DRAIN MOTOR
CLOSED
FLUSH
PROG.
INFO.
DOOR
LOCK
°C/°F
• 2. Program your own program by draining
and extracting for the required time.
Remember the following when programming: Let
the drain valve be open for at least 30 seconds
before starting the spin cycle and program for
distribution speed during the drain sequence.
Finishing off
Fig.
66
0158
67
• Switch off the activated function so that all
control lamps above the controls go out.
Program statistics
Fig.
67
Fig.
68
Fig.
69
Fig.
67
• By selecting program number 00 and pressing
PROG. INFO, the character display shows
program statistics.
• The machine's operating time in hours is
displayed first followed by the number of
programs operated for the different programs.
New programs are brought forward by
repeatedly pressing START/HOLD/
RAPID ADV.
HOT
WATER
DRAIN
CLOSED
MOTOR
FLUSH
PROG.
INFO.
DOOR
LOCK
°C/°F
0152
68
• Press PROG. INFO once again to get back to
the normal position.
Total time
TOTAL RUNTIME 0212 HOURS
PRESS START FOR NEXT PAGE
Program number
Number of
programs run
0163
69
START
HOLD/RAPID ADV.
HEAT
LOW
EXTR.
COLD
WATER
0155
Programming
38
General
Fig.
70
The washing machine’s program operation is controlled by a microcomputer
and the wash programs are stored in an electronic memory. Program controls
are very exact and the wash programs can be easily adapted to the end user’s
individual requirements.
The machine is supplied with a number of fixed basic programs which cannot
be deleted or modified. However, they can be used as a background for
programming end user programs. It is also possible to compose entirely new
programs. 90 such programs can be stored in the program unit’s memory.
The following parts of the control panel are used when programming:
• the key switch which is used to switch the machine to the programming
position.
• 13 push button switches which are used only for programming.
• the numeric keys which are used to enter different program data
• °C/°F press button to select the temperature scale (°Celsius/°Fahrenheit)
• display window where the programming steps are controlled with the aid of
questions and selections.
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Indicators, detergent
Programming
PRE MAIN RINSE
WASH WASH
DETERGENT 1
DRAIN EXTR. COOL
DOWN
DETERGENT 3
TEXT EDIT
UP
ERASE
EDIT
DOWN
ENTER
Key switch
Display
window
Digital input keypad
DETERGENT 2
DETERGENT 4
YES
DETERGENT 5
NO
START
HOLD/RAPID ADV
Start/Hold/Rapid advance
HEAT
LOW
EXTR.
HOT DRAIN
PROG.
COLD
MOTOR FLUSH INFO.
WATER WATER CLOSED
Manual controls
DOOR
LOCK
C/F
Connecting for
cassette
0164
Programming
Programming - general description
Programming can be divided into two
programming principles: Programming a new
program or using an old program as a
background.
39
71
Turn the key to
''PROGRAM''
Programming a completely new program
Fig.
71
The wash program is constructed by selecting
different sub-programs with the buttons on the
panel. These sub-programs, when stored after
each other, form the complete final wash
program. Sub-programs can be selected in an
optional sequence.
A program can, for example, be built up in the
following way:
• Pre-wash 1, Drain 1
Select the
sub-program
Answer the questions
• Main wash 1, Cool down 1, Drain 2
• Rinsing 1, Drain 3, Extract 1
• Rinsing 2, Drain 4
• Rinsing 3, Drain 5, Extract 2.
Select the
sub-program
When programming, a number of questions must
be answered for each sub-program. The
questions are answered with the YES, NO
buttons and the number keys.
When all sub-programs are programmed, any
questions which apply to the whole program
must be answered. AN explanatory text can also
be entered (this is displayed when PROG.INFO.
is pressed after selection a program).
The last thing to be done is to store the program
in the program memory under a vacant program
number.
Answer the questions
etc. . .
Enter the information
text
Allocate a program
number
Turn the key to
''RUN''
0165
40
Programming
Using an old program as a background
Fig.
72
In this operation, an old program is selected as a
background for the new one. The answers to the
questions and the written texts can be changed
to create a new program. Furthermore, subprograms can be erased and new sub-programs
entered in optional positions.
When the changes are complete, the new
program is entered under a vacant program
number. The program which was ’’borrowed’’ at
the start of the programming is retained
unchanged under its old program number.
72
Turn the key to
''PROGRAM''
Select an old program
Change the answers
to the questions
Delete the
sub-program
Enter the
sub-program
Enter the
information text
Allocate a program
number
Turn the key to
''RUN''
0166
Programming
Controls
41
73
The key switch
Fig.
73
Turn the switch to the PROGRAM position if the
wash program is to be programmed or changed.
If for any reason you wish to discontinue
programming and start again, turn the switch to
the RUN position and then back to PROGRAM
again. Any programming that you have done so
far will be deleted but other programs already
stored will not be affected.
RUN
PROGRAM
ENTER
Fig.
74
An important principle when programming is that
all commands (such as the choice of subprogram, answers to questions, text input) must
be followed by ENTER.
0167
74
The command can always be changed or deleted
before ENTER is pressed.
EDIT UP and EDIT DOWN
Fig.
75
The EDIT UP and EDIT DOWN buttons are used
to go backwards or forwards in the program
without its being affected, e.g. to go through the
questions in a sub-program. The buttons are also
used to enter program text (see under the
heading ’’Entering text’’).
PRE
WASH
MAIN
WASH
RINSE
DRAIN
EXTR.
COOL
DOWN
TEXT
EDIT
UP
YES
ERASE
EDIT
DOWN
NO
ENTER
0168
75
PRE
WASH
MAIN
WASH
RINSE
DRAIN
EXTR.
COOL
DOWN
TEXT
EDIT
UP
SI
ERASE
EDIT
DOWN
NO
ENTER
0169
Programming
42
Erase
Fig.
76
76
This button can be used in three different ways:
PROGR. MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
01
• Deleting a complete program.
Press ERASE when the display window displays
the adjacent text.
A warning text will then be displayed. Press
ENTER, enter the program number with the
number keys and press ENTER again.
Fig.
77
78
RA-
ERASE
DERA
Number
keys
ENTER
KLAR
ENTER
KLAR
• Deleting a section of a program.
Move forwards or backwards in the program
by using EDIT UP or EDIT DOWN so that you
reach the program section to be deleted. See
under the heading ’’Looking through the
program’’. Press ERASE.
Answer YES and ENTER to the question
’’ERASE THIS MODULE’’.
Fig.
Press:
0170
77
PROGR. MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
PAUS WITH BUZZER Y/N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
• Deleting characters when entering text.
01
N
N
N
Press:
To delete individual characters when
programming text, press ERASE. The last
character you entered will disappear. (see
under the heading ’’TEXT’’).
RA-
ERASE
JA
YES
DERA
KLAR
ENTER
0171
Selecting sub-programs
Fig.
79
Press buttons PRE WASH, MAIN WASH,
RINSE, DRAIN, EXTR. and COOL DOWN
designate different sub-programs and can be
used to construct complete wash programs.
78
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZÅÄÖ
When necessary, the same sub-program can be
used several times in the same wash program.
Each sub-program is allocated its own number
(e.g. RINSE 01, RINSE 02 etc.) so that the
different sections can be easily identified.
!&/=:,.*
Press:
RA-
ERASE
DERA
0172
79
PRE
WASH
MAIN
WASH
RINSE
DRAIN
EXTR.
COOL
DOWN
TEXT
EDIT
UP
YES
ERASE
EDIT
DOWN
NO
0173
Programming
YES, NO, number keys
Fig.
80
These keys are used to answer the different
questions which are found under each subprogram. All answers must be followed by
pressing ENTER for the answer to be registered.
43
80
PRE
MAIN
WASH
WASH
DRAIN
EXTR.
TEXT
EDIT
TEXT
Fig.
81
The key for TEXT is used for entering the
explanatory text which is displayed when
PROG.INFO. is pressed after that a program is
selected.
UP
EDIT
ERASE
DOWN
RINSE
DETERGENT 1
DETERGENT 2
COOL
DOWN
DETERGENT 3
DETERGENT 4
YES
DETERGENT 5
NO
0174
Proceed as follows:
• Press TEXT when the display window displays
’’PROG. MODE SELECT SEQUENCE’’. Press
ENTER.
Fig.
82
81
• The alphabet is then displayed together with a
number of special characters in the display
window. By using the EDIT UP and EDIT
DOWN keys, the cursor (the flashing square)
can be moved along the character line.
• The first character of the text is entered by
pressing ENTER when the cursor is in the
correct position. Move the cursor to the next
character and press ENTER again.
• An incorrectly entered character can be deleted
by entering ERASE.
PRE
WASH
MAIN
WASH
DRAIN
EXTR.
COOL
DOWN
TEXT
EDIT
UP
YES
ERASE
EDIT
DOWN
NO
RINSE
0175
82
-ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ !&/()=?;:,.*
• When the text is complete, move the cursor to
the arrow marker to the far left and press
ENTER. The display window will then revert to
the position for selecting a sub-program.
Press:
°C/°F
Fig.
83
EDIT
RED.
DOWN
NER
The temperature range required can be selected
by pressing °C/°F. The button has an alteration
function.
and
EDIT
RED.
RED.
UP
OPP
UPP
…
ENTER
KLAR
0176
83
DRAIN
MOTOR
FLUSH
PROG.
INFO
DOOR
LOCK
°C/°F
0177
Programming
44
Programming a new program
84
If you make a mistake or get stuck, there is
always a final resort:
RUN
Turn the key to the RUN position and then
to PROGRAM again. Any programming you
have carried out so far will be lost but other
programs will not be affected.
PROGRAM
Turn the key
Fig.
84
Turn the key to the PROGRAM position. The first
character will then be displayed in the display
window.
0167
85
PROGRAMMING MODE:
DO YOU WANT AN OLD PROG. AS BACKGROUND
N
Select ’’New program’’
Fig.
85
Answer NO to the question ’’DO YOU WANT AN
OLD PROG. AS BACKGROUND?’’. Press
ENTER.
Press:
Fig.
86
Select one of the following: PRE WASH, MAIN
WASH, RINSE, DRAIN, EXTR, COOL DOWN,
TEXT or ERASE. Press ENTER immediately
after the first selection is pressed.
The different sub-programs are selected with the
first keys listed where a number of questions are
answered.
0178
86
PROGR. MODE SELECT SEQUENCE
TEXT is used to program the information text to
be displayed when PROG. INFO. is pressed
after that a program is selected.
If ERASE is pressed, an entire program can be
deleted.
ENTER
KLAR
NEJ
NO
Select sub-program
Press:
any of
NEDCOOL
KYLN.
DOWN
TEXT
TEXT
PRE
FÖRTVÄTT
WASH
RAERASE
DERA
MAIN
HUVUDTVÄTT
WASH
SKÖLJ.
RINSE
and then
AVDRAIN
LOPP
CENTR.
EXTR.
KLAR
ENTER
0179
Programming
Answering questions
The general principle for answering questions is
the same for all sub-programs:
• The cursor (the flashing square) is always to
the right of line three in the display window.
This means that it is the question on line three
that is to be answered.
Fig.
87
88
Fig.
89
Fig.
90
87
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
PAUS WITH BUZZER Y/N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
• Questions which are answered with either
YES or NO are pre-programmed to NO. To
answer YES, press YES and then ENTER.
The NO button can be used to correct an
incorrect YES answer. Each time ENTER is
pressed, the next question will appear so that
it can be answered.
RED.
EDIT
RED.
DOWN
NER
RED.
EDIT
RED.
UP
UPP
OPP
NED
0180
88
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
01
N
N
N
Press:
YES
JA
KLAR
ENTER
• Questions which are answered with a number
are pre-programmed to O. Use the number
keys and press ENTER when the number is
correct.
• When ’’END OF SEQUENCE’’ appears on the
third line in the display window, and all
questions are answered, press EDIT DOWN.
A new sub-program can now be selected.
01
N
N
N
Press:
• The list of questions can be moved up or
down in the display window with the EDIT UP
and EDIT DOWN buttons.
• Begin by answering the questions from the
top. You may need to press EDIT UP once to
answer the first question.
Fig.
45
0181
89
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
LEVEL 000 UNITS
LEVEL RESET 000 UNITS
01
N
Press:
Number
keys
KLAR
ENTER
0182
90
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
END OF SEQUENCE
01
Pulse:
RED.
EDIT
RED.
DOWN
NER
NED
0183
Programming
46
The following is a summary of the different
questions that can appear under the different
buttons.
91
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
PAUS WITH BUZZER Y/N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
01
N
N
NOTE:
The question which are described do no
apply to all machines. On certain types of
machines, some of the values are
programmed as standard values and need
therefore not be answered.
Press:
YES
JA
KLAR
ENTER
or
RED.
EDIT
RED.
DOWN
NER
NED
0184
Pre wash, main wash, rinsing
92
The questions in these three sub-programs are
identical.
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
PAUS WITH BUZZER Y/N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
Pause with signal
Fig.
91
If the question is answered with YES, the
machine stops before the sub-program is started
and a buzzer sounds.
Press:
YES
JA
KLAR
ENTER
Normal action/gentle action
Fig.
92
Select the action while filling, heating and
washing. One of the alternatives under each
sequence shall be answered with YES, NO to all
six questions will result in a stationary drum.
Level
Fig.
93
Fig.
94
The water level can be programmed according to
255 scale divisions (units). Level 255
corresponds to a pressure of 600 mm wc. This
means that the values for normal and high level
can vary between different sizes of machines.
The table shows the recommended values for the
relevant machines.
01
N
N
or
RED.
RED.
EDIT
DOWN
NER
NED
0185
93
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE
PREWASH
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
LEVEL 000 UNITS
LEVEL RESET 000 UNITS
01
N
Press:
Number
keys
ENTER
KLAR
or
RED.
EDIT
JA
DOWN
NED
0188
94
Solid mounted machines
Soft-mount machines
Model
Level (units)
Low
High
FL 125
FL 185
FL 244
S 150
40
40
45
40
80
80
90
80
Model
EX 12
EX 22
EX 80
EX 100
EX 200
Level (units)
Low
High
145
160
85
140
100
175
195
150
220
220
Programming
Refilling
Fig.
95
LEVEL RESET is the value which regulates at
which level water is to be refilled if the water level
drops while a wash is in progress.
47
95
PROGR. MODE SELECT SEQUENCE
LEVEL 000 UNITS
LEVEL RESET 000 UNITS
TEMPERATURE 000 °C
PREWASH
01
Example:
The following values are programmed:
Press:
• Level: 130 units
Number
keys
• Level reset: 10 units
KLAR
ENTER
or
EDIT
RED.
JA
DOWN
NED
This means that:
• Water is filled to level 130 at the beginning of
the sub-program. If the water level sinks
below level 120 (130-10) during the course of
the program, the water level is refilled to level
130.
• Select a level between 0-255. Values greater
than the level value mean that no water will be
added.
0190
96
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
LEVEL RESET 000 UNITS
TEMPERATURE 000 °C
WASHTIME
00 MIN. 00 SEC.
Press:
• The recommend value is 20 units.
Number
keys
Temperature
Fig.
96
The water temperature can be programmed
either in °C or °F. Use the °C/°F button to change
between scales (note that the change is not
displayed until the next change in the display
window is made).
Temperatures can be selected within the range
of 32-212°F (0-100°C) in stages of 1°.
97
A sub-program can be timed in stages of 10
seconds. The longest time that can be
programmed is 41 min. 40 sec (2500 seconds).
The time does not include the time for water
filling or heating.
ENTER
KLAR
or
RED.
EDIT
JA
DOWN
NED
0191
97
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
TEMPERATURE 000 °C
WASHTIME
00 MIN. 00 SEC.
COLD WATER Y/N
Time
Fig.
01
01
N
Press:
Number
keys
KLAR
ENTER
or
EDIT
RED.
JA
DOWN
NED
0192
Programming
48
Water filling
FIg.
98
98
One or several water valves can be selected.
If you decide to use hot and cold water, both
valves will be open while filling is in progress. The
hot water valve will be automatically closed if the
pre-set temperature is exceeded. The valve will
open again if the temperature drops below the preset value.
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
WASHTIME 00 MIN. 00 SEC.
COLD WATER Y/N
HOT WATER Y/N
Fig.
99
Fig.
100
• 1. By answering YES to the first five questions,
the respective supply injector valve will be open
all the time water filling is in progress.
N
N
Press:
YES
JA
Supply injector
The supply injector valves can be controlled in two
different ways. Select one of the methods for each
activated valve:
01
KLAR
ENTER
or
RED.
EDIT
RED.
DOWN
NER
NED
0193
99
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
HOT WATER Y/N
COMP. 1. (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
COMP. 2. (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
• 2. By stating the times for the last five
questions, the respective supply injector valve
will open for the pre-programmed time. The
valves will start to open when water is filled.
01
N
N
N
Press:
YES
JA
KLAR
ENTER
or
RED.
EDIT
RED.
DOWN
NER
NED
Programming complete
• When ’’END OF SEQUENCE’’ appears on the
third line of the display window and all
questions are answered, press EDIT DOWN.
• Answer NO to the question ’’END PROG.
SESSION Y/N?’’ if there are more subprograms to be answered. Answer YES if the
sub-program is the last in the completed
program The continue under the heading
’’Looking through the program’’..
0194
100
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
COMP.3. (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
DET.1. SIGNAL TIME 0 MIN. 00 SEC.
DET.2. SIGNAL TIME 0 MIN. 00 SEC.
01
N
Press:
Number
keys
ENTER
KLAR
or
RED.
EDIT
JA
DOWN
NED
0195
Programming
Drain
Pause with signal
Fig.
101
If the question is answered with YES, the washing
machine will stop before the sub-program starts
and a buzzer will sound.
49
101
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE DRAIN
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
102
Drain 1/Drain 2
Fig.
103
JA
YES
Select the method of working while draining.
Distribution action is used before a spin cycle so
that garments are equally distributed around the
drum.
NO to all three questions will cause the drum to be
stationary.
These two questions need to be asked if the
machine is fitted with an additional drain valve
(e.g.) for recycling the rinse water). This
determines the route the drain water takes.
N
N
Press:
Normal action/gentle action/distribution
Fig.
or
KLAR
ENTER
RED.
RED.
EDIT
DOWN
NER
NED
0196
102
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE DRAIN
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
JA
YES
or
KLAR
ENTER
RED.
EDIT
RED.
DOWN
NER
NED
Time
104
01
N
N
N
Press:
The machine’s own drain valve opens
automatically during the drain function.
Fig.
01
0197
The emptying time can be programmed in stages
of 10 seconds. The longest time that can be
programmed is 41 minutes 40 seconds
(2500 seconds).
103
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE DRAIN
DISTRIBUTION Y/N
DRAIN 1 Y/N
DRAIN 2 Y/N
01
N
N
N
Press:
JA
YES
KLAR
ENTER
or
RED.
EDIT
RED.
DOWN
NER
NED
0198
104
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE DRAIN
DISTRIBUTION Y/N
TIME 00 MIN. 00 SEC.
END OF SEQUENCE
01
N
Press:
Number
keys
ENTER
KLAR
0199
Programming
50
Programming complete
• When ’’END OF SEQUENCE’’ appears on the
third line of the display window and all
questions are answered, press EDIT DOWN.
105
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE EXTRACT
TIME HIGH SPEED
TIME LOW SPEED
• Answer NO to the question ’’END PROG.
SESSION Y/N?’’ if there are more subprograms to be answered. Answer YES if the
sub-program is the last in the completed
program. The continue under the heading
’’Looking through the program’’.
00 MIN.
00 MIN.
00 SEC.
00 SEC.
Press:
Number
keys
KLAR
ENTER
or
RED.
EDIT
JA
DOWN
NED
Extract cycle
Extract cycle times
Fig.
105
The time can be programmed in stages of 10
seconds. The longest time that can be
programmed is 41 minutes 40 seconds (2500
seconds) for high and low speed extracting.
0201
106
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE DOOL DOWN
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
SEPARATE COOL DOWN VALVE Y/N
If both extract speeds are selected, the low speed
will precede the high speed extracting.
Programming complete
• When ’’END OF SEQUENCE’’ appears on the
third line of the display window and all
questions are answered, press EDIT DOWN.
• Answer NO to the question ’’END PROG.
SESSION Y/N?’’ if there are more subprograms to be answered. Answer YES if the
sub-program is the last in the completed
program. The continue under the heading
’’Looking through the program’’.
Cooling
Pause with signal
Fig.
106
If the question is answered with YES, the machine
will stop before the sub-program starts and a
buzzer will sound.
01
01
N
N
Press:
JA
YES
KLAR
ENTER
or
RED.
EDIT
RED.
DOWN
NER
NED
0202
Programming
Special cooling valve
FIg.
107
Answer YES is there is a separate water valve
used for cooling. If the answer is NO, the standard
cold water inlet is used.
51
107
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE COOL DOWN
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
SEPARATE COOL DOWN VALVE Y/N
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
01
N
N
N
Gentle action
Fig.
108
Press:
Answer YES if the machine is to operate on gentle
action during cooling. The machine will operate on
normal action if the answer is NO.
JA
YES
KLAR
ENTER
or
RED.
EDIT
RED.
DOWN
NER
NED
Times
Fig.
109
Fig.
110
Cold water is supplied in stages by the water valve
opening and closing according to a particular
pattern. The time for an opening or closing
sequence is 30 seconds. This time is permanently
programmed and cannot be changed. All that can
be programmed is the ratio between open and
closed valve.
0203
108
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE COOL DOWN
01
SEPARATE COOL DOWN VALVE Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
ON TIME 212-158°F (100-70°C)
000 SEC..
The time the valve is open (ON time) can be
programmed separately between 1 and 15
seconds. The valve is closed during the remaining
time up to 30 seconds. The ON time is
programmed separately within two temperature
ranges: 212-158°F (100-70°C) and 158°F (70°C)
— final temperature.
The rate of temperature reduction is monitored
within the 212-158°F (100-70°C) range. If the ON
time is selected so that the water temperature in
the drum decreases by more than 7°F (4°C)/
minute, the valve is closed so that this value is not
exceeded.
Press:
JA
YES
KLAR
ENTER
or
RED.
EDIT
DOWN
NER
0204
109
ON
The final temperature can between 77-140°F
(25-60°C) be programmed.
OFF
30 sec.
30 sec.
0205
110
ON
OFF
0-15
sec.
30 sec.
0-15
sec.
30 sec.
0206
52
Programming
Example:
111
• ON TIME 212-158°F (100-70°C) 8 seconds.
• ON TIME 158°F (70°C) - END 13 seconds.
• END TEMP. 113°F (45°C).
• Wash temperature 194°F (90°C).
The following takes place:
Fig.
111
• When the water in the drum reaches 194-158°F
(90-70°C), the water valve is ON 8 seconds,
OFF 22 seconds, ON 8 seconds, OFF 22
seconds etc. providing the temperature in the
drum does not decrease by more than
7°F (4°C)/minute.
• When the water in the drum is 158-113°F
(70-45°C), the water valve i ON 13 seconds,
OFF 17 seconds, ON 13 seconds, OFF 17
seconds etc.
Fig.
112
ON
OFF
8 sec.
22 sec.
8 sec.
22 sec.
0207
112
• When the temperature has reached 113°F
(45°C), cooling is discontinued and the next
sub-program commences.
Fast cool down
Fig.
113
Fast cool down takes place if cool down is
selected and END TEMP is set to 0. The water
level is raised to the level set by the factory as the
high level without the cold water valve being shut
off.
ON
OFF
17 sec.
13 sec.
17 sec.
13 sec.
Programming complete
• When ’’END OF SEQUENCE’’ appears on the
third line of the display window and all
questions are answered, press EDIT DOWN.
• Answer NO to the question ’’END PROG:
SESSION Y/N? if there are more sub-programs
to be answered. Answer YES if the subprogram is the last in the completed program.
The continue under the heading ’’Looking
through the program’’.
0208
113
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE COOL DOWN
01
ON TIME 212-158 °F (100-70 °C)
000 SEC.
ON TIME 158 °F-END (70 °C)
000 SEC.
END-TEMP
000 °F
Pulse:
RED.
EDIT
DOWN
NER
RED.
EDIT
DOWN
NER
…
0209
Programming
Text
53
114
Each program can be provided with two types of
informative text:
Fig.
114
Fig.
115
• 1. A program name which is always displayed
when the program is selected when washing.
This text is programmed when the program
number i selected. See under the heading
’’Program names’’ later on in the manual.
SELECT PROGRAM TOW DIGITS
PROGRAM 01
HEAVY SOIL
START WASH WITH START-BUTTON
FOR PROGRAM INFO. PRESS PROG.INFO
• 2. Informative text which can comprise 120
characters (3 lines in the display window). This
text is displayed when PROG.INFO is pressed
after the program is selected.
This text can be programmed by pressing
TEXT when the display window displays
’’PROG. MODE SELECT SEQUENCE’’.
The procedure for this is described under the
heading ’’TEXT’’ earlier in this manual.
01
0210
115
PROGRAM 01 HEAVY SOIL
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZÅÄØ 1&/=?:,.*
End questions
Fig.
116
• When a sub-program has been programmed,
’’END PROG. SESSION Y/N?’’ appears.
Answer NO when more sub-programs are
wanted.
Answer YES when the programming of subprograms is to be finished. The end questions
will then appear on the display.
0211
0211
116
END PROGR. SESSION Y/N
N
Signal at the end of the program
Fig.
117
If the question is answered with YES, the washing
machine stops after the wash program is complete
and a buzzer sounds.
Press:
JA
YES
KLAR
ENTER
0212
117
PROGR.MODE
MAINDATA
BUZZER ON WHEN PROGRAM FINISHED Y/N
GENTLE ACTION ON TIME 000 SEC.
N
Press:
JA
YES
ENTER
or
RED.
EDIT
DOWN
NER
0213
Programming
54
Times for normal action and gentle action
Fig.
118
Fig.
119
The times for rotating and stationary drum during
normal and gentle action can be programmed. All
times can be selected within the range of 0-30
seconds with 1 second intervals.
118
PROGR.MODE
MAINDATA
BUZZER ON WHEN PROGRAM FINISHED Y/N
GENTLE ACTION ON TIME 00 SEC.
GENTLE ACTION OFF TIME 000 SEC.
Press ENTER when ’’TO END. PRESS ENTER’’ is
displayed in the display window.
Press:
Number
keys
Entering the program number
Fig.
120
Fig.
121
ENTER
KLAR
Enter a two-digit number and press ENTER. Note
that the numbers 01-09 are reserved for factory
programs.
If the program number selected is already in use,
there is the option of either deleting the old
program (not applicable to factory programs) or
selecting a new program number.
N
0214
119
PROGR.MODE
MAINDATA
NORMAL ACTION OFF TIME
TO END. PRESS ENTER
000 SEC.
Press:
ENTER
ENTER
KLAR
0215
120
INDENDTIFY THIS PROG. WITH A NUMBER
Press:
Number
keys
KLAR
ENTER
0216
121
PROG. EXIST! OVERWRITE Y/N
N
Press:
YES
ENTER
or
NO
ENTER
0217
Programming
Program names
Fig.
122
You can now give the program a name which will
be displayed when the program is selected during
washing. The text can be up to 29 characters long.
55
122
-ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ !&/()=?;:,.*
PROGRAM 10 -
The way in which text is entered described under
the heading ’’TEXT’’ earlier in the manual.
Press:
Saving programs
Fig.
123
Fig.
124
Fig.
125
EDIT
UP
When the program has been given a name, the
program is saved in the program memory.
You are then asked if further programs are to be
programmed. Press YES and ENTER if this is the
case.
EDIT
and DOWN
…
ENTER
0218
123
If you do not wish to program more programs, turn
the key switch to RUN.
-ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ !&/()=?;:,.*
PROGRAM 10
LOADING PROGRAM
0219
124
-ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ !&/()=?;:,.*
PROGRAM 10
PROG. LOADED! MORE PROGRAMMING Y/N
N
Press:
YES
ENTER
or
NO
ENTER
0220
125
RUN
PROGRAM
0221
Programming
56
Starting from a previously saved
program
126
If you make a mistake or get stuck, there is
always a final resort:
RUN
Turn the key to the RUN position and then to
PROGRAM again. Any programming you
may have carried out so far will be lost but
other programs will not be affected.
PROGRAM
0167
Turn the key
Fig.
126
Turn the key to the PROGRAM position. The first
question will now be displayed in the display
window.
127
PROGRAMMING MODE
DO YOU WANT AN OLD PROG. AS BACKGROUND? N
Select an old program
Fig.
127
Answer YES to the question ’’DO YOU WANT AN
OLD PROGR. AS BACKGROUND?’’. Press
ENTER.
Press:
YES
Enter the number of the old program to be used.
(NOTE TWO digits) and press ENTER.
ENTER
Number
keys
ENTER
0222
Looking through the program
Fig.
128
To rapidly reach the module in the wash program
that is to be altered you can rapid advance
through the program module-by-module by
keeping the EDIT DOWN button continuously
depressed.
128
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
EDIT DOWN IN PROGRAM
To scan backwards through the program use the
button EDIT UP instead. On the right of the
window there is an indicator which shows where
you are in the wash program.
O1
Press:
EDIT
DOWN
Release the button when you get to the module to
be altered.
Fig.
129
0223
Depress ENTER once.
129
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE MAINWASH
EDIT DOWN IN PROGRAM
01
Press:
ENTER
0224
Programming
Fig.
130
Fig.
131
The cursor will appear on the first line of this subprogram.
Use EDIT UP and EDIT DOWN to move within the
sub-program to reach the line(s) to be altered.
57
130
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE MAINWASH
01
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
NOTE
Press:
ENTER is to be used only as an
acknowledgement when sub-questions are to
be altered. Use buttons EDIT UP and EDIT
DOWN to move around within the program.
EDIT
DOWN
NO
ENTER
0225
Fig.
132
Fig.
133
When changes have been made to the module
and you reach its last line, the ’’END PROGR.
SESSION Y/N’’ query will appear. Enter NO if you
wish to continue making changes to any other
module and press ENTER.
131
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE MAINWASH
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
To move to another module use EDIT UP or EDIT
DOWN buttons and continue as described above.
01
N
N
N
Press:
(Depress and keep down).
EDIT
DOWN
ENTER
0226
132
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE
END PROG.SESSION Y/N
Press:
EDIT
DOWN
NO
...
ENTER
0227
133
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE MAINWASH
EDIT DOWN IN PROGRAM
01
Press:
EDIT
UP
ENTER
0228
Programming
58
NOTE
Use only EDIT UP and EDIT DOWN for
looking through the program. ENTER shall
only be used for making changes in the
program.
134
PROGR. MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
PAUS WITH BUZZER Y/N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
01
Y
Y
N
Press:
Making changes to the program
FIg.
134
EDIT
DOWN
EDIT
UP
Use EDIT UP and EDIT DOWN so that the
question to be changed is on the third line in the
display window. The cursor (the flashing square) is
on the far left of line three.
...
0229
135
Comments on the different questions are found in
the section ’’Programming a new program’’ earlier
in the manual.
Fig.
135
Enter the new answer with YES, NO or the
number keys. Then press ENTER.
Deleting sub-programs
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE PREWASH
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
01
N
N
Y
Press:
Number
keys
or
It is possible to delete complete sub-programs. Go
to the sub-program to be deleted (see the section
’’Looking through the program’’). Press ERASE.
and
or
YES
NEJ
NO
KLAR
ENTER
0230
Fig.
136
Answer YES and ENTER to the question ’’ERASE
THIS MODULE Y/N?’’ when you want the whole
sub-program erased.
Adding sub-programs
You can also add new sub-programs anywhere in
the program.
136
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE DRAIN
PAUS WITH BUZZER Y/N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
ERASE THIS MODULE Y/N
Press:
Go to the position between two sub-programs (see
the section ’’Looking through the program’’).
RA-
ERASE
137
Press one of the following keys: PRE WASH,
MAIN WASH, RINSE, DRAIN, EXTR. or COOL
DOWN. Then press ENTER. The new module is
now inserted between the other two modules and
the questions can be answered in the normal
manner.
ENTER
YES
DERA
FIg.
01
N
Y
N
0231
137
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE
Press:
any of
FÖRPRE
TVÄTT
WASH
MAIN
HUVUDSKÖLJ.
WASH RINSE
TVÄTT
followed by
AV-
CENTR.
DRAIN
EXTR.
LOPP
NEDCOOL
KYLN.
DOWN
KLAR
ENTER
0232
Programming
Altering text
The text that is displayed when a program is
selected and PROG.INFO is pressed can be
altered.
Fig.
138
Fig.
139
59
138
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE
Go to the position between two sub-programs (see
the section ’’Looking through the program’’). Press
TEXT and ENTER. Any text that might have been
programmed in the old program is displayed.
Press:
TEXT
TEXT
Refer to heading ’’TEXT’’ earlier in the manual
when entering text.
0233
139
-ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ !&/()=?;:,.*
PROGRAM 10
Completing the programming
Fig.
140
Fig.
141
ENTER
The old text can be deleted with ERASE. Ifs the
old text is to be partially altered, the text is deleted
up to where the change is to be made and then
rewritten.
Come out of the program you are in at the moment
(see ’’Looking through the program’’). Answer YES
to the question ’’END PROGRAM. SESSION
Y/N?’’
The questions displayed now apply to the entire
program. Check and answer the questions in the
same way as before. Press ENTER when ’’TO
END, PRESS ENTER’’ is displayed in the display
window. The last stages in the programming are
identical to those under the headings ’’Entering the
program number’’, ’’Program names’’ and ’’Saving
programs’’ earlier in the manual.
HEAVY SOIL
50 G
MAINWASH 10 MIN. 3 RINSES
EXTRACTION 5 MIN
Press:
RA-
ERASE
DERA
0234
140
PROGR.MODE SELECT SEQUENCE
END PROG. SESSION Y/N
N
Press:
ENTER
YES
0235
141
PROGR.MODE
MAINDATA
NORMAL ACTION OFF TIME
TO END. PRESS *ENTER*
000 SEC.
Press:
ENTER
0236
Service information
60
Service information
Fig.
142
The machine's electrical power connection cable shall be provided with a safety ground
to avoid breakdowns in the machine's electronic program controls. If interference
problems do occur, check first that the machine is properly grounded.
The machine's operation in terms of safety and function is continuously monitored by
the program unit. To facilitate troubleshooting, the display window indicates in clear
text what may have caused the fault or why a particular function cannot be operated.
The following table shows the different texts and what action to take.
142
Text in the display window
Fault/Action
NO WATER.CHECK INLET!
Check that the water taps are open and that
water reaches the machine.
WATER LEFT
Incorrect programming (the water cannot be
drained within the programmed time). Drain
blocked.
OPEN CIRCUIT IN TEMP-SENSOR
Contact service personnel.
THE DOOR IS OPEN
Check that the door is locked. If it is, switch off
the power supply. Lock the door again. Switch
on the power supply. If the fault persists
contact the service personnel.
HIGH TEMPERATURE
Switch off the power supply. Contact the
service personnel.
NO HEAT
Check the machine's fuses. If the fault
persists contact the service personnel.
PHASE-OR DOORLOCK-ERROR
When installing: Disconnect the power supply.
Change two phases in the machine's
connection terminal block. When operating
the machine: Check the machine fuses. If
these are serviceable contact the service
personnel and ask them to check the door
lock.
ERROR IN VOLTAGE (only certain
machines)
The voltage supply to the machine is too
low or too high.
SWITCH FOR UNBALANCE
DETECTION IS ON
Check that the machine's unbalance switch is
serviceable and correctly installed.
WATER IN MACHINE
Water in the machine when starting. Check
that the drain is not blocked.