Miele PW 6201 Technical data

Descriptive Technical
Documentation
- Model-dependent -
DTD no. 512-6161
Model(s): PW 6161, PW 6201
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Contents
General Information
A
Warning and Safety Instructions
B
Modification History
C
Technical Data
D
Layout of Electrical Components
Function Groups
090
100
Door
4
Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
090-1
4.1
4.2
Door cap removal / fitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Door removal / fitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
090-1
090-1
Fascia panel
1
2
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
100-1
100-2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
100-2
100-5
100-9
100-12
2.8
Profitronic M washing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wash programme header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Minimum heating level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coding machine model, type of heating and imbalance
monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service mode (service level) – General information . . . . . . . . . .
Data security in control-power module and selection-display
module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Valve summary - Series PW 6000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3
Fault Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100-17
3.1
Fault code summary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programming mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service mode summary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selection-display module (BAE) removal / fitting . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Detergent dispenser cover flap removal / fitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fascia panel removal / fitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.6
2.7
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
130
100-15
100-16
100-17
100-19
100-19
100-25
100-38
100-38
100-39
Water intake
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100-12
100-13
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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150
2
Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
130-2
2.1
2.2
2.3
Water paths, flow rates, combination for programming . . . . . . . .
Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Protective functions - Level monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
130-2
130-6
130-7
Casing
1
4
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
150-1
150-2
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Transport information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transport strut removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transport strut fitting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lid removal / fitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear cover flap for mains connection, dispenser pumps and
additional kits removal / fitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear panel bottom part removal / fitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front panel removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front panel fitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
150-2
150-2
150-3
150-5
4.6
4.7
4.8
160
Documents
1
500
150-5
150-5
150-6
150-6
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
160-1
Testing, special documents
1
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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A
Warning and Safety Instructions
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General information
These machines should not be installed or operated in any area where there
is a risk of explosion.
x
Note
Service and repair work should only be carried out by suitably qualified persons
in accordance with all appropriate local and national safety regulations.
Before any service work is commenced, the machine must be
disconnected from the mains.
Service and repair work should only be carried out by suitably qualified persons in
accordance with all appropriate local and national safety regulations. Servicing,
modification, testing and maintenance of electrical appliances should only be
carried out in accordance with all appropriate legal requirements, accident
prevention regulations and valid standards. All regulations of the appropriate
utility supply companies and standards relating to safety (not limited to electrical
safety) are to be complied with.
In addition all local and national safety regulations regarding gas units must be
complied with.
x
Note
Service and repair work on gas machines should only be carried out by suitably
qualified persons in accordance with all appropriate local and national safety
regulations. Ensure all special regulations applying to gas installations are also
complied with.
Before any service work is commenced, the machine must be
disconnected from the gas mains.
Danger!
The warnings and instructions on detergent and disinfectant containers must be
followed closely. The operator is responsible for ensuring that all containers
are clearly marked with suitable warnings when detergents and disinfectants
are transferred from large containers into smaller ones for use at the installation
site.
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Modification History
When?
Who?
What?
29.11.2004
Norbert Polenz
Initial compilation
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Technical Data
Technical data – PW 6161, version June 2004
x
PW 6161
Gas 6)
Heating
Electric
Capacity
(dry laundry)
16 kg / Fill ratio 1 : 10
Highpressure
steam
(indirect)
Highpressure
steam
(direct)
Lowpressure
steam
(direct)
Packaging dimensions
Width - Normal/Sea [mm]
1060/..
../..
1060/..
1060/..
1060/..
Depth - Normal/Sea [mm]
1186/..
../..
1186/..
1186/..
1186/..
Height - Normal/
Sea
[mm]
1606/..
../..
1606/..
1606/..
1606/..
[kg]
../..
../..
../..
../..
../..
Width
[mm]
924
924
924
924
924
Depth
[mm]
1007
–
1007
1007
1007
Gross weight Normal/Sea
Machine dimensions
[mm]
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
Net weight
Height
[kg]
454
–
454
454
454
Net weight incl.
dispenser rack
[kg]
Max. floor load in operation
Force
[N]
5469
–
5469
5469
5469
Frequency
[Hz]
19.2
–
19.2
19.2
19.2
3N AC 380 - 415 V
50 Hz
[kW]
17.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3N AC 380 - 415 V
50 Hz
[kW] or (kg 15.01)
/ h)
(34)
(37)
–
(13)
[W]
3300
3300
3300
3300
400
–
–
3 x 16 5)
3 x 16
3 x 16
Total rated load (EL)
Heater rating
Motor rating Drive motor
3300
Motor rating
Fuse rating
Drain pump
[W]
Circulation pump
[W]
3N AC 380 - 415 V
50 - 60 Hz
[A]
3 x 25
3 AC 220 - 240 V
50 - 60 Hz
[A]
3 x 50
3N AC 380 - 415 V
50 Hz
[A]
3 AC 440 V
50 - 60 Hz
[A]
2)
3 x 16
3 x 25
Connection cable EL3)
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PW 6161
Heating
Electric
3N AC 380 - 415 V
50 - 60 Hz
[mm2]
5 x 4.0
3 AC 220 - 240 V
50 - 60 Hz
[mm2]
4 x 10.0
3N AC 380 - 415 V
50 Hz
[mm2]
3 AC 440 V
50 - 60 Hz
[mm2]
Gas 6)
Highpressure
steam
(indirect)
Highpressure
steam
(direct)
Lowpressure
steam
(direct)
5 x 1.5 5)
5 x 1.5
5 x 1.5
5 x 1.5
5 x 4.0
Water supply
Cold
2 x Pressure hose DN 10 (mm dia.) with threaded union 3/4",
1.5 m long
Cold hard
Hot ≤ 70°C
1 x Pressure hose DN 10 (mm dia.) with threaded union 3/4",
1.5 m long
Intake rate, max.
Cold water 2 x 16 l/min; hot water 1 x 16 l/min; Cold hard (optional)
2 x 16 l/min
Drain valve
Plastic pipe DN 70 (mm dia.)
Drain connection
Drain pump
Intake rate, max.
Cold
[l/min]
2 x 16
Cold hard
[l/min]
Optional 2 x 16
Hot
[l/min]
1 x 16
Drain valve
[l/min]
200
Drain pump
[l/min]
Drainage rate, max.
Steam/Gas connection
High-pressure
steam
–
–
1/2“
1/2“
–
Condensate
–
–
1/2“
–
–
Low-pressure
steam
–
–
–
–
1/2“
Gas
–
1/2“
–
–
–
Exhaust gas
–
DN 150 (mm –
dia.)
–
–
Drum
Diameter
[mm]
678
Depth
[mm]
440
Volume
[l]
159
Door opening
diameter
[mm]
370
Wash
[rpm]
45
Pre-spin
[rpm]
Spin
[rpm]
1150
Wash
[m/s]
1.6
Pre-spin
[m/s]
Spin
[m/s]
Drum speed
Drum linear speed
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PW 6161
Heating
Electric
Gas 6)
Highpressure
steam
(indirect)
Highpressure
steam
(direct)
Lowpressure
steam
(direct)
G-force
Wash
0.67
Pre-spin
Spin
Residual moisture
in accordance
with DIN 119024)
500
[%]
Approx. 46 after 7 min final spin (2 min at 1150 rpm)
Flow pressure requirement
Min.
[kPa]
100
Max.
[kPa]
1000
Largest removable part
Removal/
Installation time,
approx.
Suds container: Dia. 782 mm x 568 mm
[h]
3.0 / 4.0
Material
Plinth
Galvanised sheet steel
Drum
Stainless steel 1.4016
Suds container
Stainless steel 1.4301
Front casing
Stainless steel 1.4301
Lid
Stove-finished, galvanised sheet steel, blue
Rear panel
Galvanised sheet steel
Side panels
Stove-finished, galvanised sheet steel, blue
Kinetic energy
[Nm]
Heat dissipation
rate
[MJ/h]
6667
Noise power level
Wash
[dB(A) re
1 pW]
65.5
Spin
[dB(A) re
1 pW]
87.4
Table 1: Data sheet – W 6161, version June 2004
1)
Convertible to 10 kW or - kW
German operating classification: gL
3)
Minimum cross-sectional area in accordance with VDE 0100 Part 430 / Group 2
4)
Cottons: Standard load in accordance with DIN EN 60456, El, gas and high-pressure steam
5)
50 Hz only
6)
Natural gas / Liquid gas conversion kit available.
2)
Hot water connection recommended with gas-heated and low-pressure
steam-heated machines!
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Technical data – PW 6201 (20 kg machine), version June 2004
x
PW 6201
Gas6)
Heating
Electric
Capacity
(dry laundry)
20 kg / Fill ratio 1: 10
Highpressure
steam
(indirect)
Highpressure
steam
(direct)
Lowpressure
steam
(direct)
Packaging dimensions
Width - Normal/Sea [mm]
1060/..
../..
1060/..
1060/..
1060/..
Depth - Normal/Sea [mm]
1296/..
../..
1296/..
1296/..
1296/..
Height - Normal/
Sea
[mm]
1606/..
../..
1606/..
1606/..
1606/..
[kg]
../..
../..
../..
../..
../..
Width
[mm]
924
...
924
924
924
Depth
[mm]
1132
...
1132
1132
1132
Height
[mm]
1400
...
1400
1400
1400
Net weight
[kg]
495
495
495
495
Net weight incl.
dispenser rack
[kg]
../..
../..
../..
../..
../..
Gross weight Normal/Sea
Machine dimensions
Max. floor load in operation
Force
[N]
6076
6076
6076
6076
Frequency
[Hz]
18.3
18.3
18.3
18.3
3N AC 380 - 415 V
50 Hz
[kW]
21.0
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
3N AC 380 - 415 V
50 Hz
[kW] or
([kg/h])
18.01)
(34)
(50)
...
(13)
[W]
4300
4300
4300
4300
4300
400
–
–
3 x 16 5)
3 x 16
3 x 16
3 x 16
5 x 1.5 5)
5 x 1.5
5 x 1.5
5 x 1.5
Total rated load (EL)
Heater rating
Motor rating Drive motor
Motor rating
Fuse rating
Drain pump
[W]
Circulation pump
[W]
3N AC 380 - 415 V
50 - 60 Hz
[A]
3 x 35
3 AC 220 - 240 V
50 - 60 Hz
[A]
3 x 50
3N AC 380 - 415 V
50 Hz
[A]
3 AC 440 V
50 - 60 Hz
[A]
3 x 35
3N AC 380 - 415 V
50 - 60 Hz
[mm2]
5 x 6.0
3 AC 220 - 240 V
50 - 60 Hz
[mm2]
4 x 10.0
3N AC 380 - 415 V
50 Hz
[mm2]
2)
Connection cable EL3)
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PW 6201
Heating
Electric
3 AC 440 V
50 - 60 Hz
[mm2]
Gas6)
Highpressure
steam
(indirect)
Highpressure
steam
(direct)
Lowpressure
steam
(direct)
5 x 6.0
Water supply
Cold
2 x Pressure hose DN 10 (mm dia.) with threaded union 3/4",
1.5 m long
Cold hard
Hot ≤ 70°C
1 x Pressure hose DN 10 (mm dia.) with threaded union 3/4",
1.5 m long
Intake rate, max.
Cold water 2 x 16 l/min; hot water 1 x 16 l/min; Cold hard (optional)
2 x 16 l/min
Drain valve
Plastic pipe DN 70 (mm dia.)
Drain connection
Drain pump
Intake rate, max.
Cold
[l/min]
2 x 16
Cold hard
[l/min]
Optional 2 x 16
Hot
[l/min]
1 x 16
[l/min]
200
Drainage rate, max.
Drain valve
[l/min]
Steam/Gas connection
High-pressure steam
–
–
1/2”
1/2”
–
Condensate
–
–
1/2”
–
–
Low-pressure steam
–
–
–
–
1/2”
Gas
–
1/2”
–
–
–
Exhaust gas
–
DN 150 (mm –
dia.)
–
–
Drum
Diameter
[mm]
678
Depth
[mm]
550
Volume
[l]
199
Door opening
diameter
[mm]
370
Wash
[rpm]
45
Pre-spin
[rpm]
Spin
[rpm]
1100
Wash
[m/s]
1.6
Pre-spin
[m/s]
Spin
[m/s]
Drum speed
Drum linear speed
39
G-force
Wash
0.67
Pre-spin
Spin
Residual moisture
in accordance
with DIN 119024)
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460
[%]
Approx. 47 after 7 min final spin (2 min at 1100 rpm)
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PW 6201
Heating
Electric
Gas6)
Highpressure
steam
(indirect)
Highpressure
steam
(direct)
Lowpressure
steam
(direct)
Flow pressure requirement
Min.
[kPa]
100
Max.
[kPa]
1000
Largest
removable part
Suds container: Dia. 782 mm x 678 mm
Removal/
Installation time,
approx.
[h]
3.0 / 4.0
Material
Plinth
Galvanised sheet steel
Drum
Stainless steel 1.4016
Suds container
Stainless steel 1.4301
Front casing
Stainless steel 1.4301
Lid
Stove-finished, galvanised sheet steel, blue
Rear panel
Galvanised sheet steel
Side panels
Stove-finished, galvanised sheet steel, blue
Kinetic energy
[Nm]
Heat dissipation
rate
[MJ/h]
7625
Noise power level
Wash
[dB(A) re
1 pW]
Spin
62.1
82.6
Table 2: Data sheet – W 6201, version June 2004
1)
Convertible to 10 kW or - kW
German operating classification: gL
3)
Minimum cross-sectional area in accordance with VDE 0100 Part 430 / Group 2
4)
Cottons: Standard load in accordance with DIN EN 60456; El, gas and high-pressure steam
5)
50 Hz only
6)
Natural gas / Liquid gas conversion kit available.
2)
Hot water connection recommended with gas-heated and low-pressure
steam-heated machines!
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Consumption data – PW 6161 (16 kg machine), version June 2004
x
PW 6161
Heating
Electric
Temperature
increase rate,
low water level
[°C/min]
Approx. consumption/wash cycle in
accordance with DIN 11902
Cold
water
Gas3)
Highpressure
steam
(indirect)1)
Highpressure
steam
(direct)
Lowpressure
steam
(direct)
3.0
1.8
8
10
0.9
Hot
Cold Hot
Cold Hot
Cold Hot
Cold Hot
water, water water, water water, water water, water water,
70°C
70°C
70°C
70°C
70°C
90°C programme2) – Heating [kWh]
Energy consumption
Other electrical
parts [kWh]
90°C programme –
Water consumption
Cold [l]
Cold hard [l]
Hot [l]
90°C programme Duration
[min]
90°C programme
with cool down Energy
consumption
Heating [kWh]
90°C programme
with cool down Water consumption
Cold [l]
6.4
Other electrical
parts [kWh]
194
Cold hard [l]
Hot [l]
90°C programme
with cool down Duration
[min]
90°C programme
with 60°C
pre-wash - Energy
consumption
Heating [kWh]
90°C programme
with 60°C
pre-wash - Water
consumption
Cold [l]
90°C programme
with 60°C
pre-wash - Duration
[min]
64
Other electrical
parts [kWh]
Cold hard [l]
Hot [l]
60°C programme2) – Heating [kWh]
Energy consumption
Other electrical
parts [kWh]
3.4
60°C programme –
Water consumption
130
Cold [l]
Cold hard [l]
Hot [l]
60°C programme –
Duration
[min]
60°C programme
with cool down Energy
consumption
Heating [kWh]
60°C programme
with cool down Water consumption
Cold [l]
48
Other electrical
parts [kWh]
Cold hard [l]
Hot [l]
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PW 6161
Heating
Electric
60°C programme
with cool down Duration
Gas3)
Highpressure
steam
(indirect)1)
Highpressure
steam
(direct)
Lowpressure
steam
(direct)
[min]
30°C programme2) - Heating [kWh]
Energy consumption
Other electrical
parts [kWh]
1.0
30°C programme Water consumption
128
Cold [l]
Cold hard [l]
Hot [l]
30°C programme Duration
[min]
42
For disinfection programmes, the appropriate temperature holding times must be added
Table 3: Consumption data – PW 6161 (16 kg machine), version June 2004
1)
Figures applicable for high-pressure steam (indirect) = 800 kPa (min. 400 kPa; max. 1000 kPa), high-pressure steam
(direct) = max. 400 kPa and low-pressure steam (direct) = min. 50 kPa
2)
Electric, gas and high-pressure steam heating: Standard load in accordance with DIN EN 60456, without pre-wash;
3 rinses; without Cool Down
3)
Natural gas / Liquid gas conversion kit available.
Hot water connection recommended with gas-heated and low-pressure
steam-heated machines!
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Consumption data – PW 6201 (20 kg machine), version June 2004
x
PW 6201
Heating
Electric
Temperature
increase rate, low
water level
[°C/min]
Approx. consumption/wash cycle in
accordance with DIN 11902
Cold
water
Gas3)
Highpressure
steam
(indirect)1)
Highpressure
steam
(direct)
Lowpressure
steam
(direct)
3.0
1.8
8
10
0.9
Hot
Cold Hot
Cold Hot
Cold Hot
Cold Hot
water, water water, water water, water water, water water,
70°C
70°C
70°C
70°C
70°C
90°C programme2) – Heating [kWh]
Energy consumption
Other electrical
parts [kWh]
90°C programme –
Water consumption
Cold [l]
Cold hard [l]
Hot [l]
90°C programme Duration
[min]
90°C programme
Heating [kWh]
with cool down Other electrical
Energy consumption
parts [kWh]
7.7
90°C programme
with cool down Water consumption
241
Cold [l]
Cold hard [l]
Hot [l]
90°C programme
with cool down Duration
[min]
64
90°C programme
Heating [kWh]
with 60°C pre-wash Other electrical
Energy consumption
parts [kWh]
90°C programme
Cold [l]
with 60°C pre-wash Cold hard [l]
Water consumption
Hot [l]
90°C programme
[min]
with 60°C pre-wash Duration
60°C programme2) – Heating [kWh]
Energy consumption
Other electrical
parts [kWh]
4.1
60°C programme –
Water consumption
166
Cold [l]
Cold hard [l]
Hot [l]
60°C programme –
Duration
[min]
48
60°C programme
Heating [kWh]
with cool down Other electrical
Energy consumption
parts [kWh]
60°C programme
with cool down Water consumption
Cold [l]
Cold hard [l]
Hot [l]
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Heating
Electric
60°C programme
with cool down Duration
Gas3)
Highpressure
steam
(indirect)1)
Highpressure
steam
(direct)
Lowpressure
steam
(direct)
[min]
30°C programme2) - Heating [kWh]
Energy consumption
Other electrical
parts [kWh]
30°C programme Water consumption
Cold [l]
Cold hard [l]
Hot [l]
30°C programme Duration
[min]
For disinfection programmes, the appropriate temperature holding times must be added
Table 4: Consumption data – PW 6201 (20 kg machine), version June 2004
1)
Figures applicable for high-pressure steam (indirect) = 800 kPa (min. 400 kPa; max. 1000 kPa), high-pressure steam
(direct) = max. 400 kPa and low-pressure steam (direct) = min. 50 kPa
2)
Electric, gas and high-pressure steam heating: Standard load in accordance with DIN EN 60456, without pre-wash;
3 rinses; without Cool Down
3)
Natural gas / Liquid gas conversion kit available.
Hot water connection recommended with gas-heated and low-pressure
steam-heated machines!
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Layout of Electrical Components
Layout for EL version (with electric heating)
x
Layout 1
A1
A2
B1/1
B1/14
F3
F7
F9
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Door lock
Level switch - Water intake
Boiling dry protection
Winding protection – Drive motor
Fine-wire fuse
Safety cut-out
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G1
1K1/1
2K1/1
K1/9
M2/1
M5
1N1L
2N1L
3N1L
4N1L
N1D
P13
R1
R30
S2
S30
3S57
S76
T1
X1/1
X3/1
X3/3
1X3/4
2X3/4
X10
1Y4
2Y4
1Y6
2Y6
3Y6
1Y9
2Y9
Y11
Y13
1Y26
2Y26
Y39
Y41
Z1
1Z3
2Z3
Tachogenerator
Relay/Contactor - Heating
Relay/Contactor - Heating
Relay/Contactor - Drive
Motor - Fan
Motor - Drive
Control-power module (SLT) ELP 230
Multifunction module (MFM) ELZ 230
Multifunction module (MFM) ELZ 230
Multifunction module (MFM) ELZ 230
Frequency converter EFU 230
Chip card reader
Heater element
NTC temperature sensor
Button - On/Off
Switch - Emergency off
Limit switch – Drain valve
Switch - Imbalance
Transformer
Socket - Payment system
Mains terminal strip
Terminal strip - Peak-load cut-out
Terminal strip - Dispenser system
Terminal strip - Dispenser system
Interface
Valve - Cold hard water
Valve - Cold hard water
Valve - Cold soft water
Valve - Cold soft water
Valve - Cold soft water
Valve - Hot soft water
Valve - Hot soft water
Valve - Hot soft water (direct)
Valve - Cold soft water (direct)
Valve - Drain
Valve - Drain
Valve - Flush (liquid dispensing)
Valve - Chlorine bleach
Interference suppression - Filter
Interference suppression - Choke
Interference suppression - Choke
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x
Layout 2
1B1/13
2B1/13
B2/13
C6
F10
K1/19
M6
Y57
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Level switch - Pump pressure
Level switch - Pump pressure
Temperature regulator - Exhaust
Capacitor - Circulation pump
Ignition monitor
Relay/Contactor - Circulation pump
Motor - Circulation pump
Valve - Gas solenoid valve
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D models (with steam heating), additional components
x
Layout 3
Y25
Valve - Heating (steam)
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Door
4
Service
4.1
Door cap removal / fitting
Descriptive Technical Documentation
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A Remove the front panel, see Front panel removal, 150 4.7.
A Remove the 9 fixing screws.
A Remove the door cap.
A Reassemble by following these instructions in reverse order.
4.2
Door removal / fitting
A Open the door wide.
A Remove the 2 screws from the top and bottom of the hinge.
x
Note
E-shaped spacers are positioned under each 2 screws for adjusting the door.
Note the positioning and number of these spacers for refitting the door.
A Remove the door.
A Reassemble by following these instructions in reverse order. Take care to fit
the correct number of spacers in the correct position.
x
Note
Check the locking mechanism for correct operation. Check the door for leaks
with a high water level in both the cold and hot states. The programmes in the
service mode can be used for this.
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Fascia panel
1
Technical Data
x
Control component
Abbreviation
Electronic module
Selection-display module
BAE
EW 230
Control-power module
SLT
ELP 230
Multifunction module
MFM
ELZ 230
Distribution connection
Frequency converter
EV 230
EFU
EFU 230
Table 1: Control system parts
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Function
2.1
Profitronic M washing
x
Fig. 1: Profitronic M control
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Multifunction buttons 1 to 6
Display (64 lines x 220 columns)
Start button
Multifunction selector (outer ring)
Chip card reader slot
Emergency Off switch
Switch – Off
Switch – On
OK button (centre of multifunction selector switch)
Optical interface
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The Profitronic M unit controls and regulates processes in commercial washerextractors. It can save up to a maximum of 199 programmes in 999 programme
positions. The Profitronic M unit has a multifunction selector switch (jogshuttle
action) with OK button, a graphic display (64 lines x 220 columns), a start button
and 6 multifunction buttons. There are three main operating levels. The normal
operator level (customer in a launderette, operator in a laundry) does not have
any special access protection. The range of operating possibilities is less than
that available in the supervisor level. The supervisor level (laundry manager,
application technician, programmer, “boss”) is protected via a password or chip
card. The range of operating possibilities in this level covers all aspects of
operation required in a laundry. The service level (Service Dept. technician,
in-house laundry technician) is specially protected against unauthorised access.
It can be accessed via either a password, Service Dept. software on a PC or a
certain selection procedure at the machine. Various electronic sub-assemblies,
an analog pressure sensor, temperature sensors and the frequency converter
electronic module for the drive motor are connected to the Profitronic M unit.
11 languages are permanently available in the control. Any one of these
languages can be selected.
x
Language
Availability
German
Permanently available
English (international)
Permanently available
French
Permanently available
Italian
Permanently available
Finnish
Permanently available
Portuguese
Permanently available
Spanish
Permanently available
Danish
Permanently available
Swedish
Permanently available
Dutch
Permanently available
Norwegian
Permanently available
Greek
Alternatively available
Turkish
Alternatively available
English (USA)
Alternatively available
Table 2: Control unit user interface language
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Main components of control unit:
– Selection-display module (BAE) EW 230, to operate the control unit, display
messages, indicate control state, enable backup copies of saved data and
programmes to be made, and for communication with other electronic
modules in the machine.
– Control-power module (SLT) ELP 230, to control and regulate processes in
the machine, save programmes and for communication with other electronic
modules in the machine.
– One or more multifunction modules (MFM) ELZ 230, to provide external links
with signal outputs via relays and signal inputs (digital and analog), and for
communication with other electronic modules in the machine.
– The control-power module (SLT) also communicates with the frequency
converter electronic module EFU 230 which in turn controls and regulates the
drive motor.
The procedures required to complete a wash cycle are collected in a complete
programme. The control unit can save up to 199 programmes, each with 5 blocks
in 999 programme positions.
A programme consists of a header and three programme areas. A programme
header has 19 separate divisions which define and fix general programme points,
see 100 2.2 Wash programme header. Each of the three programme areas
consists of a maximum of 10 programme blocks. Each programme block consists
of 35 programme steps and a field for the block name. The smallest practical
programme has one area and one block (theoretically 0 areas with 0 blocks is
possible). The most complex programme can have 3 areas each with 10 blocks.
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Wash programme header
Structure and arrangement of programme header: The programme header
describes the general structure of a wash programme and defines certain fixed
parameters.
Example 1: Should the heating be switched off during a programme via the
Peak-load cut-out input of the machine? Programming options: Yes or No.
Example 2: What is the charge for this programme when using a payment
system? Answer: e.g. 1.25 currency units.
Internal structure of programme header for a Profitronic M washing programme
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Item
number
in table
Item description
Options
Details
1
Programme no.
1 to 999
Allocation of the programme position number, e.g.
123. The default number set as standard at the
factory will be the lowest vacant number.
2
Programme name
All available alphanumeric
and special characters
Allocation of the programme name. Maximum
name length 25 characters, e.g. Cottons 40°C.
3
Material number (Mat. no.) All numbers
The supervisor/programmer only can read this field.
If the supervisor/programmer creates a new
programme, this field is filled with Xs (“xxxxxxxx”).
The production factory only is able to enter an
8-digit Mat. no. to identify a genuine Miele
programme, e.g. “06110050”.Whenever an
original Miele programme is modified, this
number must be deleted immediately!
4
ID No. (Identification
number)
All numbers
The supervisor/programmer only can read this field.
The control automatically enters the software
version number of the control under which the
wash programme was created. If the supervisor/
programmer modifies the wash programme and
saves it, the control overwrites the previous
software version number with its own current
software version number.
5
Area 1
No, 1 to 10 blocks
Fixes the number of individual blocks in area 1,
e.g. none if No is set. If the supervisor/programmer
selects at least one block here, a name for the area
must be entered. Default factory setting: No.
6
Name of area 1
All available alphanumeric
and special characters
Allocation of the name for area 1. Default factory
setting: Pre-wash. Maximum name length 20
characters, e.g. Pre-wash cold.
7
Area 2
No, 1 to 10 blocks
Fixes the number of individual blocks in area 2,
e.g. 10 blocks if 10 blocks is set. If the supervisor/
programmer selects at least one block here, a
name for the area must be entered. Default factory
setting: No.
8
Name of area 2
All available alphanumeric
and special characters
Allocation of the name for area 2. Default factory
setting: Main wash. Maximum name length 20
characters, e.g. Main wash 90°C.
9
Area 3
No, 1 to 10 blocks
Fixes the number of individual blocks in area 3,
e.g. 4 blocks if 4 blocks is set. If the supervisor/
programmer selects at least one block here, a
name for the area must be entered. Default factory
setting: No.
10
Name of area 3
All available alphanumeric
and special characters
Allocation of the name for area 3. Default factory
setting: Rinses. Maximum name length 20
characters, e.g. Final rinse cold.
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Item
number
in table
Item description
Options
Details
11
Weigh
No
It is not possible to enter a weight before the start of
the programme. The control operates with the rated
load for the machine, 100 Table 4. Default factory
setting: No.
Manual
The operator weighs the dry laundry then enters
the established weight manually in the machine
before the start of the programme.
Automatic
Using the load module, the weight of the load can
be entered automatically in the machine control
before the start of the programme.
12
Nominal load
1.0 kg, 1.5 kg, 2.0 kg,
2.5 kg, ... 32 kg in 0.5-kg
steps
The coding plug for setting the model automatically
limits the possible entry to suit the model in
question. The rated load entry can be used as a
guide for a reduced load quantity, e.g. 3.5 kg for
Minimum iron, see 100 Table 4. Default factory
setting: Maximum value in accordance with
machine model coding plug.
13
Min. water level
0 mm, 2 mm, 4 mm,...
350 mm in 2-mm steps
Here the programmer sets the minimum water level
in the unit in mm wc (mm water column) for all
blocks without heating (heating programming
option: No). This figure fixes the lowest level that
can be selected and can be set between 0 mm to
350 mm in 2-mm steps. bar. Default factory setting:
0 mm.
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Item
number
in table
Item description
Options
Details
14
Fill type
Water height in mm
Fixes which type of monitoring is used by the
control to register the water level when filling the
machine. The setting options available later in the
wash programme depend on the type of fill
programmed here. Default factory setting: Water
height in mm, “mm” stands for millimeters of water
column (mm wc). If, after creating a programme,
the programmer changes the type of fill in the
associated programme header from Water height
in mm to Water quantity in l or Laundry:Suds
ratio in kg/l, the control modifies the level settings
in the blocks accordingly. If a change is made from
Water height in mm to Auto load adjustment, no
modifications are made in the blocks. If a setting is
made that is above the maximum permitted water
level for the machine, the control automatically
limits this to the permitted maximum. If a setting is
made that is below the minimum permitted water
level or the minimum heating level for the machine,
the control, for safety reasons, automatically
increases this to the permitted minimum in case
heating occurs during the programme. If the control
acts in this way, it is shown at the end of the
programme via the displays Level limitation or
Level increase.
Auto load adjustment
Fixes which type of monitoring is used by the
control to register the water level when filling the
machine. The setting options available later in the
wash programme depend on the type of fill
programmed here. When Auto load adjustment is
set, the laundry load affects the machine response,
e.g. water levels, dispensed quantities and the
number of rinses. If, after creating a programme,
the programmer changes the type of fill in the
associated programme header from Auto load
adjustment to Water quantity in l or Laundry:
Suds ratio in kg/l, the control modifies the level
settings in the blocks accordingly. If a change is
made from Auto load adjustment to Water height
in mm, no modifications are made in the blocks.
Water quantity in l
Fixes which type of monitoring is used by the
control to register the water level when filling the
machine. The setting options available later in the
wash programme depend on the type of fill
programmed here.
Laundry:Suds ratio in kg/l
Fixes which type of monitoring is used by the
control to register the water level when filling the
machine. The setting options available later in the
wash programme depend on the type of fill
programmed here.
15
Allow
Yes / No
In the Allow machine state, only approved
programmes can be selected. If the programmer
selects No here, then in the future, if the machine
state is set to Allow, the operator cannot select this
programme. In such a case, only programmes with
the setting Allow – Yes in the programme header
can be selected. Default factory setting: Yes.
16
Lock
Yes / No
This setting in the programme header determines
whether the programme will be locked when it is in
operation. If it is locked, then one minute after the
programme has been started the operator cannot
stop or interrupt it with the Finish button and the
door can only be opened when the programme has
finished. Default factory setting: No.
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number
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Item description
Options
Details
17
Peak load
Yes / No
Peak-load cut-out: High load peaks in electrical
systems can result in particularly high energy costs.
With major installations, the peak-load cut-out
feature avoids these extra charges for load peaks.
A monitoring system registers current consumption
and when this is too high, a cut-out signal is
produced. Machine response: The heating is
switched off and the programme may possibly be
interrupted. When the monitoring system resets the
signal, the wash programme continues
automatically. This setting in the programme
header determines whether the heating will be
switched off or not by a peak-load signal being
received at the Peak load input. Default factory
setting: Yes. If the control registers that the header
of the programme in operation permits peak-load
cut-out and the programme is currently in a heating
stage when a peak-load signal is received, then the
heating is switched off, the programme is stopped
and the display shows Prog. stopped. Peak load
cut-out. Programme will start again
automatically. The control also corrects the
programme finish time. If a heating stage is not
operating, no message is displayed. The peak-load
cut-out does not have an overriding time control.
18
Hot water control
Yes / No
With the setting Yes and water intake control set to
Automatic, the water inlet valves are operated in a
certain way. If possible, the control will attempt to
achieve the desired wash cycle temperature during
the first water intake by operating the cold and hot
water valves alternately. Without the water intake
control set to Automatic, the control opens the
programmed valves until the desired temperature is
reached and then switches to cold water intake
only. Default factory setting: No.
19
Price
No / 0.10; 0.20; ...;
9999.90 in 0.10 steps
Here the price of a wash programme is set on
models with a payment system. No charge can be
set or a price between 0.10 currency units to
9999.90 currency units.
Table 3: Internal structure of programme header for a Profitronic M washing programme
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Model, programme and maximum load table
x
Model
PW 6101
PW 6131
PW 6161
PW 6201
Drum volume
100 l
130 l
160 l
200 l
Cottons 90°C
10.0 kg
13.0 kg
16.0 kg
20.0 kg
Cottons 60°C
10.0 kg
13.0 kg
16.0 kg
20.0 kg
Cottons intensive 60°C
10.0 kg
13.0 kg
16.0 kg
20.0 kg
Cottons 30°C
10.0 kg
13.0 kg
16.0 kg
20.0 kg
Cottons intensive 30°C
10.0 kg
13.0 kg
16.0 kg
20.0 kg
Short programme
10.0 kg
13.0 kg
16.0 kg
20.0 kg
Minimum iron 60°C
5.0 kg
6.6 kg
8.0 kg
10.0 kg
Minimum iron intensive 60°C
5.0 kg
6.6 kg
8.0 kg
10.0 kg
Minimum iron 30°C
5.0 kg
6.6 kg
8.0 kg
10.0 kg
Minimum iron intensive 30°C
5.0 kg
6.6 kg
8.0 kg
10.0 kg
Delicates
2.0 kg
2.6 kg
3.2 kg
4.0 kg
Woollens 30°C
4.0 kg
5.2 kg
6.4 kg
8.0 kg
Hand washable woollens 30°C
4.0 kg
5.2 kg
6.4 kg
8.0 kg
Table 4: Maximum laundry loads (in kilos of dry laundry) in relation to washing machine programme and model
2.3
Programming
In general a Profitronic M washing programme consists of 3 programme areas:
programme area 1, programme area 2 and programme area 3 each of which has
a maximum of 10 blocks. Each block is individually programmable and consists of
36 programme steps. The smallest practical programme has one area and one
block (theoretically 0 areas with 0 blocks is possible). The most complex
programme can have 3 areas each with 10 blocks.
Blocks always have the same basic structure. Block programming involves
completing the block name field and setting the parameters for the remaining 35
programme steps. In this way the modification or creation of a wash programme is
carried out using the building block principle.
Parameter modification of programmes in the specially protected programme
positions 1 to 10 (basic programmes) is only possible after the basic programme
lock has been suspended.
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Block programming – Profitronic M washing control
x
No.
Programme step
Basic setting
Setting options
Notes
0
Block name
20 blank spaces
All available
alphanumeric and
special characters
For naming block 1. Maximum name
length 20 characters, e.g. Pre-wash.
1
Block activation
No
No
Programme block will be skipped
before and during programme
Permanent
Programme block will always be
carried out during programme
Block +
Programme block will only be carried
out when Block + button is activated
before the programme is started or
during the programme before the block
would be started, otherwise block will
be skipped
No
No stop during programme
Yes
Programme always stops at this point.
Programme is continued by pressing
the X Start button.
No
No stop signal at Programme stop
signal output
Yes
When the control reaches a
programme stop position, the
programme stop signal is applied to the
Programme stop signal output. When
Start is pressed to continue the
programme, the Programme stop
signal output is reset. During the
programme stop, the programme stop
signal remains applied to the
Programme stop signal output. When
the programme continues, this signal is
cancelled. This feature can be used to
provide a signal to operate, e.g., a
lamp or buzzer (connected via a
suitable kit).
No
Programmed temperature cannot be
modified before programme start
Yes
Temperatures for the first pre-wash and
first main wash can be modified before
programme start
2
3
Programme stop 1
Programme stop
signal 1
No
No
4
Heating
No
5
Free temperature
selection
Yes
6
Temperature
Cold
7
Hysteresis
Normal
8
Warm up
Lock symbol
9
Level 1
Automatic load control:
0 mm
9
Level 1
Water height: 0 mm
9
Level 1
Water quantity: 0 l
9
Level 1
Load/Liquor ratio: 1:
0.0 kg/l
10
Intake path 1
Automatic
11
Dispensing type
No
12
Dispensing phase 1
Lock symbol
13
Dispensing stop 1
No
14
Agitation from level
Automatic
15
Level stop 1
No
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Programme step
Basic setting
16
Wash time 1
No
17
Thermostop
Lock symbol
18
Level 2
0 mm
19
Intake path 2
Automatic
20
Dispensing phase 2
Lock symbol
21
Dospensing stop 2
No
22
Level stop 2
No
23
Wash time 2
As wash time 1
24
Cool down
No
25
Wash time 3
As wash time 1
26
Programme stop 2
No
27
Programme stop
signal 2
No
28
Drainage path 1
No
29
Drain level 1
0 mm
30
Wash time 4
As wash time 1
31
Drainage path 2
Drain
32
Free spin speed
selection
No
33
Spin
No
34
Repeat
No
35
Block end signal1)
Yes
Setting options
Notes
No
No stop during programme
Yes
Programme always stops at this point.
Programme is continued by pressing
the X Start button.
No
No stop signal at Programme stop
signal output
Yes
When the control reaches a
programme stop position, the
programme stop signal is applied to the
Programme stop signal output. When
Start is pressed to continue the
programme, the Programme stop
signal output is reset. During the
programme stop, the programme stop
signal remains applied to the
Programme stop signal output. When
the programme continues, this signal is
cancelled. This feature can be used to
provide a signal to operate, e.g., a
lamp or buzzer (connected via a
suitable kit).
Yes / No
Provision of a block end signal for a
certain time
Table 5: Block programming Profitronic M
1)
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With payment system operation, Yes must be programmed in the last block of the complerte programme to provide a
reset signal to the payment system indicating that the programme has finished.
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2.4
Minimum heating level
The machine has a protection system to prevent damage due to dry heating
(heater elements not under water). If the programmer selects a temperature
greater than cold in a block, the control automatically raises the water level if
necessary. The minimum level with which heating may take place varies
depending on model as shown in the following table:
x
Model
Minimum water level before
heating is switched on
Level at which heating is
switched off
PW 6101
50 mm
20 mm
PW 6131
50 mm
20 mm
PW 6161
60 mm
30 mm
PW 6201
60 mm
30 mm
Table 6: Minimum heating level
2.5
Coding machine model, type of heating and imbalance
monitoring
The coding plugs on the control-power module (SLT) are divided into 3 areas. The
first area (inputs “Cod 1” to “Cod 5”) is used to set the model. The second area
(inputs “CodHzg 1” to “CodHzg 3”) is used to set the type of heating. The third
area (input “CodKAW”) is used to set whether the ball imbalance option (KAW) is
available. The machine can only be operated when valid coding of areas 1 and
2 has been carried out. If one or both of these coding plugs is missing, no
programme can be started and a coding plug fault is indicated.
x
Model
Coding plug connections
Notes
PW 6101
Contact Cod 4 with GND
10 kg machine
PW 6131
Contact Cod 5 with GND
13 kg machine
PW 6161
Contact Cod 1 with Cod 4 with GND
16 kg machine
PW 6201
Contact Cod 1 with Cod 3 with GND
20 kg machine
PW 6241
Contact Cod 1 with Cod 2 with GND
24 kg machine
Table 7: Model coding
Heating
Coding plug connections
Without heating
Contact CodHzg 6 with 7 with 8 with
GND
Electric heating
Contact CodHzg 6 with GND
Gas heating
Contact CodHzg 7 with GND
High-pressure steam, direct
Contact CodHzg 8 with GND
High-pressure steam, indirect
Contact CodHzg 6 mit 8 mit GND
Low-pressure steam, direct
Contact CodHzg 6 mit 7 mit GND
Notes
Table 8: Heating type coding
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Service mode (service level) – General information
The service mode can be accessed in two different ways: Either manually directly
at the machine via the controls on the selection-display module (BAE), or by using
the optical interface to link up with a PC running Service Dept. software. The
machine has a special service mode which can be used, for example, by the
Service Dept. technician to operate and test the machine. It can also be used to
set up the machine (e.g. additional module registration, setting mains voltage)
and includes test programmes for fault finding, reading out machine data and fault
code memory display.
The service mode can be accessed manually via the standard procedure
common to many Miele machines as follows:
– Close the door.
– Switch off the machine.
– Press and hold the W Start button while switching the machine on via the
mains switch.
– Release the W Start button as soon as the display lights up.
– Press and release the W Start button twice briefly.
– Then press and hold the W Start button for at least 4 s until its illuminated
switch surround flashes. Release the W Start button.
Successful accessing of the service mode is indicated by rapid flashing (5 Hz) of
the W Start button illuminated switch surround.
The following indicates how the service mode is detailed in this BTD.
The Service mode is divided into 4 different parts:
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programmes
2
Service information
3
Service settings1)
4
Delete display message1)
Table 9: Service mode sub-divisions
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Only visible under the following circumstances: 1. NTC1 temperature sensor is disconnected at
the control-power module. Or 2. When a personal identification-enabled communication link to
the PC service program exists.
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There are 2 service programme sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
1
Test manually
2
Test automatically
Table 10: Service programme divisions
Test manually has 10 further sub-divisions:
etc.
etc.
To simplify orientation among the numerous control possibilities, this BTD uses
the numbering shown in the above tables, see 100 Table 9, 100 Table 10. This
numbering is not shown in the machine display of the selection-display module.
During any test in all service programmes the display of an actual value which
varies from the desired value flashes. The technician can then more easily
recognise faults or desired values that have not been reached. All service
programmes are limited to an overriding safety time of 30 min.
x
Note
Correct fault registration can only occur if the machine is properly installed and
configured.
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2.7
Data security in control-power module and selection-display
module
After a break in the mains supply, the control can register if saved data (settings,
operating data, operating faults, machine history and service settings) in the
control-power module (SLT) is different to that saved in the selection-display
module (BAE). Reasons for this could be, e.g., exchange of a sub-assembly or a
defective sub-assembly. When the mains supply is interrupted, the current date
and time is saved to both the control-power module (SLT) and the selectiondisplay module (BAE). Depending on the dates registered, data will be copied
from one module to update the other according to the following plan:
x
SLT
Data copying direction
BAE
No date
--->
No date
Date
--->
No date
More recent date
--->
Older date
No date
<---
Date
Older date
<---
More recent date
Same date
--->
Same date
Table 11: Summary of data copying decision process
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2.8
Valve summary - Series PW 6000
Inlet valve summary - PW 6101, PW 6131, PW 6161, PW 6201
x
Designation
on switching
plan
Description
Detergent dispenser
compartment
Symbol
Designation in software /
Documentation
1Y5
Inlet valve - Cold, hard water,
direct
–
–
KH, HAW
2Y5
Inlet valve - Cold, hard water,
direct
–
–
KH, HAW
1Y6
Inlet valve - Cold water, prewash
1
i
K1 / KAW1
2Y6
Inlet valve - Cold water, main
wash
2
j
K2 / KAW2
3Y6
Inlet valve - Cold water,
rinses - Fabric conditioner
3, at front
p
K3 / KAW3
1Y9
Inlet valve - Hot water,
pre-wash
1
i
W1 / WAW1
2Y9
Inlet valve - Hot water,
main wash
2
j
W2 / WAW2
Y11
Inlet valve - Hot water, direct
–
–
WD / WAW3
Y13
Inlet valve - Cold water, direct
–
–
KD / KAW4
Y41
Inlet valve - Cold water,
chlorine bleach
3, at rear
y
K4 / KAW6
Y39 1)
Valve - Liquid dispensing
–
–
–
Table 12: Inlet valve summary - PW 6101, PW 6131, PW 6161, PW 6201
1)
Valve Y39 automatically directs water to the dispenser box for liquid dispensing (mixer box, not the detergent dispenser)
as soon as the first dispenser pump starts. 30 s after the last dispenser pump has stopped, Y39 is closed automatically.
The dispensed agent, mixed with water, then flows directly into the suds container without passing through the main
detergent dispenser at the front of the machine.
Summary of other possible valves - PW 6101, PW 6131, PW 6161, PW 6201
x
Designation on
switching plan
Description
Symbol
Designation in software /
Documentation
Y25
Valve - Steam heating
–
1Y26
Valve - Open drain valve
AA / AVT-AUF / WS
2Y26
Valve - Close drain valve
AZ / AVT-ZU / KAW5
3Y26
Valve - Open water recycling (WRG),
–
intake from WRG container into machine
K6
4Y26
Valve - Close water recycling (WRG),
drainage to on-site drain, not to WRG
container
–
WRG
1Y53
Door release magnet
–
–
2Y53
Door release magnet
–
–
Y57
Gas solenoid valve
Table 13: Summary of other possible valves - PW 6101, PW 6131, PW 6161, PW 6201
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Fault Repair
3.1
Fault code summary
Cause
See fault code table.
Fault indications in operating level
x
Machine area
Indication
Notes
“Warning” symbol PRESSURE
SENSOR FAULT! Call the Service
Department if restart does not
work.
During a programme in operation the control registers
impermissible values at the analog pressure sensor input. If the
fault is still registered after a restart, no programme can be
started.
General
Pressure sensor
Drive
“Warning” symbol DRIVE SYSTEM Tachogenerator fault before programme start without water in
FAULT! SAFETY TIME ACTIVE!
machine with door locked. Tachogenerator fault before
x min yy s.
programme start with water in machine with door locked after
safety time has elapsed, normal display is shown with water in
machine.
DRIVE SYSTEM FAULT! (flashing
display in normal programme
display)
Flashing display when tachogenerator fault occurs in
programme with and without water in machine and with door
locked. Or drive motor jammed.
SAFETY TIME ACTIVE!
x min yy s.
Tachogenerator fault during programme stop or at programme
end without water in machine. If tachogenerator fault clears
during safety time and speed 0 rpm is registered, display reverts
to normal.
“M” symbol DRIVE SYSTEM
FAULT! Call the Service
Department if restart does not
work.
Data transfer interruption between control-power module (SLT)
and frequency converter (EFU) after programme start.
Programme stops after 15 s. After a further 60 s drive motor
stops if it is operating. Or FU contactor contacts fused together
so it cannot be switched off.
“M” symbol DRIVE SYSTEM
FAULT! Programme stop. Press
the start button. Motor too hot.
Control registers that drive motor winding overheating
protection has cut-out. Motor relay K1/9 has been switched off.
Control stops programme and gives fault indication. After
winding has cooled sufficiently, programme can be restarted via
START button. If winding has not cooled sufficiently,
programme cannot be restarted and fault indication remains
displayed.
“Warning” symbol HEATING
SYSTEM FAULT! Programme
stop. Press the start button.
Programme can only run without
heat.
Control has registered an NTC sensor short- or open-circuit
after a programme has started. If programme is continued,
heating will not take place, actual temperature display will not
be shown and when the “Info” button is pressed, fault indication
Actual temperature: Fault will be displayed. Or during a
programme an auxiliary contact, on machines with electric
heating, has caused the heating dry protection to cut-out. Or
during a programme heating phase one or both heating
contactors have not activated and water has not heated
sufficiently within 3 min.
Heating
“Warning” symbol HEATING
Control has registered an NTC sensor short- or open-circuit
SYSTEM FAULT! Call the Service after a programme has started. If a disinfection programme is
Department if restart does not
running, the control stops it for safety reasons.
work.
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Machine area
Indication
Notes
“Warning” symbol HEATING
SYSTEM FAULT! Switch off the
main switch. Call the Service
Department.
Control registers that both heating dry protection contactors
(1 and 2) have cut-out. Both heating contactor contacts have
fused together. Machine is filled via 3 inlet valves to maximum
level and the programme in operation is stopped.
Mains supply
“Mains break” symbol POWER
Electronic module has registered a mains supply break
CUT! Programme stop. Press the > 100 ms. It saves programme state and details of any settings
start button.
made in programming mode in backup memory. When power is
reapplied, data is restored and a power interruption is indicated
in display. If Start is pressed, programme continues from stage
previously reached.
Door
“Key” symbol DOOR LOCK
FAULT! Programme stop. Use
emergency door release.
Display during programme stop. Control registers that door
release is not possible (door release signal 1 and / or 2 not
present, door lock defective).
“Key” symbol DOOR LOCK
FAULT! Call the Service
Department if restart does not
work. Use emergency door
release.
Display after programme end or after programme end and
mains interruption. Control registers that door release is not
possible (door release signal 1 and / or 2 not present, door lock
defective).
“Key” symbol DOOR LOCK
FAULT! Call the Service
Department if restart does not
work.
Display after programme start without door lock. Control
registers that necessary door locking is not possible at
programme start (e.g. open circuit, defective door lock).
“Warning” symbol IMBALANCE
FAULT! Call the Service
Department if restart does not
work.
Control registers too great an imbalance via displacement
imbalance switch. If fault is indicated directly after programme
start before drum agitation has occurred, imbalance switch may
be defective.
WATER INLET FAULT! Call the
Service Department if restart
does not work.
Control registers that overflow level has been exceeded (e.g.
due to defective inlet valve) and opens the drain valve.
“Drain” symbol” DRAIN VALVE
FAULT! Call the Service
Department if restart does not
work.
During spinning, control has registered a water level ≥ 50 mm
wc and interrupted the spin cycle. After a waiting time of 5 min,
if water level remains > 10 mm wc, this fault message is
displayed. Drain valve or path may be blocked.
Imbalance
Water intake
Drainage
Table 14: Fault indications – Operator level
Remedy
A See appropriate individual description.
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Service
4.1
Programming mode
Initial requirements
A A wash programme must not be in operation.
A The machine must not be in the service mode.
Accessing
A Switch on the machine.
A Wait until the Welcome start screen is displayed.
A Press the language selection button (under the flag symbol) to access the
main menu.
A Select Operating level and confirm with the OK button.
A Enter the password and confirm with the OK button.
A Select Programming and confirm with the OK button.
Acknowledgement indicator
Successful accessing of the programming mode is indicated by Operating
level>Programming in the top line of the display. The options Set up again,
Copy, Delete and Change are then available.
Options
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Item
number
in table
Item description
Options
Details
1
Programme no.
1 to 999
Allocation of the programme position number, e.g.
123. The default number set as standard at the
factory will be the lowest vacant number.
2
Programme name
All available alphanumeric
and special characters
Allocation of the programme name. Maximum
name length 25 characters, e.g. Cottons 40°C.
3
Material number (Mat. no.) All numbers
The supervisor/programmer only can read this field.
If the supervisor/programmer creates a new
programme, this field is filled with Xs (“xxxxxxxx”).
The production factory only is able to enter an
8-digit Mat. no. to identify a genuine Miele
programme, e.g. “06110050”.Whenever an
original Miele programme is modified, this
number must be deleted immediately!
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Item
number
in table
Item description
Options
Details
4
ID No. (Identification
number)
All numbers
The supervisor/programmer only can read this field.
The control automatically enters the software
version number of the control under which the
wash programme was created. If the supervisor/
programmer modifies the wash programme and
saves it, the control overwrites the previous
software version number with its own current
software version number.
5
Area 1
No, 1 to 10 blocks
Fixes the number of individual blocks in area 1, e.g.
none if No is set. If the supervisor/programmer
selects at least one block here, a name for the area
must be entered. Default factory setting: No.
6
Name of area 1
All available alphanumeric
and special characters
Allocation of the name for area 1. Default factory
setting: Pre-wash. Maximum name length 20
characters, e.g. Pre-wash cold.
7
Area 2
No, 1 to 10 blocks
Fixes the number of individual blocks in area 2, e.g.
10 blocks if 10 blocks is set. If the supervisor/
programmer selects at least one block here, a
name for the area must be entered. Default factory
setting: No.
8
Name of area 2
All available alphanumeric
and special characters
Allocation of the name for area 2. Default factory
setting: Main wash. Maximum name length 20
characters, e.g. Main wash 90°C.
9
Area 3
No, 1 to 10 blocks
Fixes the number of individual blocks in area 3, e.g.
4 blocks if 4 blocks is set. If the supervisor/
programmer selects at least one block here, a
name for the area must be entered. Default factory
setting: No.
10
Name of area 3
All available alphanumeric
and special characters
Allocation of the name for area 3. Default factory
setting: Rinses. Maximum name length 20
characters, e.g. Final rinse cold.
11
Weigh
No
It is not possible to enter a weight before the start of
the programme. The control operates with the rated
load for the machine, 100 Table 4. Also if the control
registers a load module, a weight entry cannot be
made with this option. Default factory setting: No.
Manual
The operator weighs the dry laundry then enters
the established weight manually in the machine
before the start of the programme.
Automatic
Using the load module, the weight of the load can
be entered automatically in the machine control
before the start of the programme.
12
Nominal load
1.0 kg, 1.5 kg, 2.0 kg,
2.5 kg, ... 32 kg in 0.5-kg
steps
The coding plug for setting the model automatically
limits the possible entry to suit the model in
question. The rated load entry can be used as a
guide for a reduced load quantity, e.g. 3.5 kg for
Minimum iron, see 100 Table 4. Default factory
setting: Maximum value in accordance with
machine model coding plug.
13
Min. water level
0 mm, 2 mm, 4 mm,...
350 mm in 2-mm steps
Here the programmer sets the minimum water level
in the unit in mm wc (mm water column) for all
blocks without heating (heating programming
option: No). This figure fixes the lowest level that
can be selected and can be set between 0 mm to
350 mm in 2-mm steps. bar. Default factory setting:
0 mm.
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Item
number
in table
Item description
Options
Details
14
Fill type
Water height in mm
Fixes which type of monitoring is used by the
control to register the water level when filling the
machine. The setting options available later in the
wash programme depend on the type of fill
programmed here. Default factory setting: Water
height in mm, “mm” stands for millimeters of water
column (mm wc). If, after creating a programme,
the programmer changes the type of fill in the
associated programme header from Water height
in mm to Water quantity in l or Laundry:Suds
ratio in kg/l, the control modifies the level settings
in the blocks accordingly. If a change is made from
Water height in mm to Auto load adjustment, no
modifications are made in the blocks. If a setting is
made that is above the maximum permitted water
level for the machine, the control automatically
limits this to the permitted maximum. If a setting is
made that is below the minimum permitted water
level or the minimum heating level for the machine,
the control, for safety reasons, automatically
increases this to the permitted minimum in case
heating occurs during the programme. If the control
acts in this way, it is shown at the end of the
programme via the displays Level limitation or
Level increase.
Auto load adjustment
Fixes which type of monitoring is used by the
control to register the water level when filling the
machine. The setting options available later in the
wash programme depend on the type of fill
programmed here. When Auto load adjustment is
set, the laundry load affects the machine response,
e.g. water levels, dispensed quantities and the
number of rinses. If, after creating a programme,
the programmer changes the type of fill in the
associated programme header from Auto load
adjustment to Water quantity in l or Laundry:
Suds ratio in kg/l, the control modifies the level
settings in the blocks accordingly. If a change is
made from Auto load adjustment to Water height
in mm, no modifications are made in the blocks.
Water quantity in l
Fixes which type of monitoring is used by the
control to register the water level when filling the
machine. The setting options available later in the
wash programme depend on the type of fill
programmed here.
Laundry:Suds ratio in kg/l
Fixes which type of monitoring is used by the
control to register the water level when filling the
machine. The setting options available later in the
wash programme depend on the type of fill
programmed here.
15
Allow
Yes / No
In the Allow machine state, only approved
programmes can be selected. If the programmer
selects No here, then in the future, if the machine
state is set to Allow, the operator cannot select this
programme. In such a case, only programmes with
the setting Allow – Yes in the programme header
can be selected. Default factory setting: Yes.
16
Lock
Yes / No
This setting in the programme header determines
whether the programme will be locked when it is in
operation. If it is locked, then one minute after the
programme has been started the operator cannot
stop or interrupt it with the Finish button and the
door can only be opened when the programme has
finished. Default factory setting: No.
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Item
number
in table
Item description
Options
Details
17
Peak load
Yes / No
Peak-load cut-out: High load peaks in electrical
systems can result in particularly high energy costs.
With major installations, the peak-load cut-out
feature avoids these extra charges for load peaks.
A monitoring system registers current consumption
and when this is too high, a cut-out signal is
produced. Machine response: The heating is
switched off and the programme may possibly be
interrupted. When the monitoring system resets the
signal, the wash programme continues
automatically. This setting in the programme
header determines whether the heating will be
switched off or not by a peak-load signal being
received at the Peak load input. Default factory
setting: Yes. If the control registers that the header
of the programme in operation permits peak-load
cut-out and the programme is currently in a heating
stage when a peak-load signal is received, then the
heating is switched off, the programme is stopped
and the display shows Programme stop due to
peak-load cut-out! Programme will start again
automatically. The control also corrects the
programme finish time. If a heating stage is not
operating, no message is displayed. The peak-load
cut-out does not have an overriding time control.
18
Hot water control
Yes / No
With the setting Yes and water intake control set to
Automatic, the water inlet valves are operated in a
certain way. If possible, the control will attempt to
achieve the desired wash cycle temperature during
the first water intake by operating the cold and hot
water valves alternately. Without the water intake
control set to Automatic, the control opens the
programmed valves until the desired temperature is
reached and then switches to cold water intake
only. Default factory setting: No.
19
Price
No / 0.10; 0.20; ...;
9999.90 in 0.10 steps
Here the price of a wash programme is set on
models with a payment system. No charge can be
set or a price between 0.10 currency units to
9999.90 currency units.
Table 15: Internal structure of programme header for a Profitronic M washing programme
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Block structure
x
No.
Programme step
Basic setting
Setting options
Notes
0
Block name
20 blank spaces
All available
alphanumeric and
special characters
For naming block 1. Maximum name
length 20 characters, e.g. Pre-wash.
1
Block activation
No
No
Programme block will be skipped
before and during programme
Permanent
Programme block will always be
carried out during programme
Block +
Programme block will only be carried
out when Block + button is activated
before the programme is started or
during the programme before the block
would be started, otherwise block will
be skipped
No
No stop during programme
Permanent
Programme always stops at this point.
Programme is continued by pressing
the X Start button.
Starch stop
For a starch stop in final wash block: If
starch stop is programmed, wash time
is extended from 1 to 4 min.
Programme stop is only possible if
starch stop feature has been
programmed and starch stop button is
pressed before programme start. After
starch stop, programme is continued
by pressing the X Start button.
2
Programme stop 1
No
Spin stop
Spin stop and starch
stop
3
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signal 1
No
4
Heating
No
5
Free temperature
selection
Yes
6
Temperature
Cold
7
Hysteresis
Normal
8
Warm up
Lock symbol
9
Level 1
Automatic load control:
0 mm
9
Level 1
Water height: 0 mm
9
Level 1
Water quantity: 0 l
No
No stop signal at Programme stop
signal output
Yes
When the control reaches a
programme stop position, the
programme stop signal is applied to the
Programme stop signal output. When
Start is pressed to continue the
programme, the Programme stop
signal output is reset. During the
programme stop, the programme stop
signal remains applied to the
Programme stop signal output. When
the programme continues, this signal is
cancelled. This feature can be used to
provide a signal to operate, e.g., a
lamp or buzzer (connected via a
suitable kit).
No
Programmed temperature cannot be
modified before programme start
Yes
Temperatures for the first pre-wash and
first main wash can be modified before
programme start
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No.
Programme step
Basic setting
9
Level 1
Load/Liquor ratio: 1:
0.0 kg/l
10
Intake path 1
Automatic
11
Dispensing type
No
12
Dispensing phase 1
Lock symbol
13
Dispensing stop 1
No
14
Agitation from level
Automatic
15
Level stop 1
No
16
Wash time 1
No
17
Thermostop
Lock symbol
18
Level 2
0 mm
19
Intake path 2
Automatic
20
Dispensing phase 2
Lock symbol
21
Dospensing stop 2
No
22
Level stop 2
No
23
Wash time 2
As wash time 1
24
Cool down
No
25
Wash time 3
As wash time 1
26
Programme stop 2
No
27
Programme stop
signal 2
No
28
Drainage path 1
No
29
Drain level 1
0 mm
30
Wash time 4
As wash time 1
31
Drainage path 2
Drain
32
Free spin speed
selection
No
33
Spin
No
34
Repeat
No
35
Block end signal1)
Yes
Setting options
Notes
No
No stop during programme
Yes
Programme always stops at this point.
Programme is continued by pressing
the X Start button.
No
No stop signal at Programme stop
signal output
Yes
When the control reaches a
programme stop position, the
programme stop signal is applied to the
Programme stop signal output. When
Start is pressed to continue the
programme, the Programme stop
signal output is reset. During the
programme stop, the programme stop
signal remains applied to the
Programme stop signal output. When
the programme continues, this signal is
cancelled. This feature can be used to
provide a signal to operate, e.g., a
lamp or buzzer (connected via a
suitable kit).
Yes / No
Provision of a block end signal for a
certain time
Table 16: Block programming Profitronic M
1)
With payment system operation, Yes must be programmed in the last block of the complerte programme to provide a
reset signal to the payment system indicating that the programme has finished.
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Save and quit
A The appropriate settings can be saved via the save button (disk symbol).
A To quit the programming mode, switch off the machine or step back to the
appropriate level via the menus.
Quit (without saving)
A Switch off the machine.
4.2
Service mode summary
Initial requirements
A Close the door.
A Switch off the machine.
Accessing
A Press and hold the W Start button.
A Switch the machine on via the mains switch.
A Release the W Start button as soon as the display lights up.
A Press and release the W Start button twice briefly.
A Then press and hold the W Start button for at least 4 s until its illuminated
switch surround flashes. Release the W Start button.
x
Note
The service mode accessing procedure must be completed within 10 s of
switching the machine on. If this is not achieved, the service mode accessing
process is interrupted and the control reverts to normal operating mode.
Note
A mains interruption during the accessing procedure will cancel the process.
The accessing procedure must then be started again from the beginning.
Note
During any test in all service programmes the display of an actual value which
varies from the desired value flashes. The technician can then more easily
recognise faults or desired values that have not been reached.
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Acknowledgement indicator
Successful accessing of the service mode is indicated by rapid flashing (5 Hz) of
the W Start button illuminated switch surround.
Options
The Service mode is divided into 4 different parts:
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
2
Service information
3
Service settings1)
4
Delete display message1)
Table 17: Service mode sub-divisions
1)
Only visible under the following circumstances: 1. NTC1 temperature sensor is disconnected at the control-power
module. Or 2. When a personal identification-enabled communication link to the PC service program exists.
There are 2 service programme sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
1
Test manually
2
Test automatically
Table 18: Service programme divisions
Test manually has 10 further sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
1
Test manually
1
System analyse
2
Control-power module (component) (ELP 230)
3
Selection-display module (control element) (EW 230)
4
Frequency converter (modulator) (EFU 230)
5
Multifunction module 1 (ELZ 230)
6
Multifunction module 2 (ELZ 230)
7
Multifunction module 3 (ELZ 230)
8
Card reader module
9
Operating data module
10
Interface card 6 (multiposition payment system)
11
Load module
12
MPG (German medical product law) module
13
Language
Table 19: Test manually sub-divisions
When the desired item has been selected via the multifunction selector (jogshuttle
switch), press the OK button. The selected service programme then starts
immediately and can be stopped when the Back button is pressed.
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Note
All service programmes are limited to an overriding safety time of 30 min.
System analyse has the following sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
1
Test manually
1
System analyse
Designation
Display
Explanation
–
E.g.: Analysis in
progress
Checks all modules and their sensors to
see if they are present. Checks
checksums (test sums to verify integrity
of data and programmes) operating
system, wash programmes, languages,
etc.
Table 20: System analyse sub-divisions
If no fault is registered by the system analysis, Function available is displayed.
For precise details of fault messages, see the appropriate function.
When the desired item has been selected via the multifunction selector (jogshuttle
switch), press the OK button. The selected service programme then starts
immediately and can be stopped when the Back button is pressed.
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Control-power module has the following sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
1
Test manually
2
Control-power module (component)
Designation
Display
Explanation
Machine type:
E.g. PW 6101 Electric
heating
Display of model registered by the control with type
of heating
ID Number
E.g. 123456789
Display of ELP 230 power module ID number
registered by the control
Door
“Door open” symbol,
“Door closed” symbol,
“Door locked” symbol,
“Door unlocked”
symbol
Control indicates state of door contact switch
Door on clean side
As “Door”
Check of door on clean side for machine with clean
and soiled sides
Water valves
K1, K2, KD, KH, W1,
W2, WD, K3, K4, K5,
K6
Test of water valves
Heating type
Heating
Test of heater rating for selected setting. Desired
and actual temperatures or if a fault is detected, an
indication is shown in display.
Drain valve
Drain valve test. Drain valve cleaning. If a fault is
detected, an indication is shown in display.
NTC sensor (probe)
Check of NTC sensors 1 and 2. Registered
temperatures or if a fault is detected, an indication
is shown in display.
Heating dry protection
(dryer safety contact)
Test of heating contactors for switching on and off
by testing the heating contactor auxiliary contacts
1 and 2. If a fault is detected, an indication is
shown in display.
Coin signal
Check of payment system signal: Payment system
contact open / closed.
Programme end signal
Reset / Deletion of programme end signal when
button is pressed
Card inserted
Check of chip card inserted / not inserted switch in
card reader
Imbalance
Test of imbalance switch and SEBAD sensor
(second imbalance detection system). If a fault is
detected, an indication is shown in display.
Motor thermostat
(thermo-switch)
Shows open or closed state of drive motor
thermostat
Frequency converter
(FM) interface
Test of frequency converter interface. Frequency
converter software version number registered by
control is displayed. If a fault is detected, an
indication is shown in display.
Multifunction module
(MFM) interface
Test of multifunction module interface. All MFM
module addresses are checked and displayed. If a
fault is detected, an indication is shown in display.
Table 21: Control-power module sub-divisions
When the desired item has been selected via the multifunction selector (jogshuttle
switch), press the OK button. The selected service programme then starts
immediately and can be stopped when the Back button is pressed.
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Selection-display module has the following sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
1
Test manually
3
Selection-display module (control element)
Designation
Display
Explanation
ID Number
E.g. 123456789
Display of EW 230 control module ID
number registered by the control
Display
E.g.: Contrast: 3. Level symbol for For contrast modification and to check
display contrast W controls all
if all pixels are in order (pixels = picture
pixels concurrently.
elements)
Buttons
OK above the first 5 multifunction
buttons.
Control registers switching state of
each activated multifunction button
Multifunction selector
E.g. Please turn the multifunction selector and a symbol
for turning either clockwise or
anticlockwise
Testing of the multifunction selector
(jogshuttle) and the OK button
Start button
Please press the start button
(h). Start button OK.
Start button h can be pressed to test
itself and illuminated switch surround
Buzzer
Buzzer is active and display of
buzzer symbol above a
multifunction button.
When the multifunction button with the
buzzer symbol above it is pressed,
Buzzer is active is displayed and the
buzzer sounds
Remote start
Remote start and “Contact open” Control registers state of remote start
or “Contact closed” symbol
relay contacts
Table 22: Selection-display module sub-divisions
When the desired item has been selected via the multifunction selector (jogshuttle
switch), press the OK button. The selected service programme then starts
immediately and can be stopped when the Back button is pressed.
Frequency converter has the following sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
1 Service programme
1 Test manually
4 Frequency converter (modulator)
Designation
Display
Explanation
Operating
data
Operating hours, number of Display of EFU 230 frequency converter operational data
times machine is switched
registered by frequency converter control
on/off, energy consumption,
average temperature,
maximum temperature,
model
Fault counter
Short circuit, high voltage,
Display of EFU 230 frequency converter faults registered by
low voltage, mains
frequency converter control
interruption, offset fault,
overload, temperature, high
current, tachogenerator fault
Fault memory List of last 16 faults
registered
Motor
Time, Rhythm, Spin
speed, V/A values
Tachogenerator
Display of control data transmitted to motor by frequency
converter control
Tachogenerator signal state
Table 23: Frequency converter sub-divisions
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When the desired item has been selected via the multifunction selector (jogshuttle
switch), press the OK button. The selected service programme then starts
immediately and can be stopped when the Back button is pressed.
Multifunction module 1 has the following sub-divisions (Multifunction modules
2 and 3 are similarly divided):
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
1
Test manually
5
Multifunction module 1
Designation
Display
Explanation
Coding
E.g. CodMFM1
Display of coding registered by control, here
“Coding multifunction module 1”, EZL 230 or
fault indication
Inputs
E.g. Inputs, In1:0, In2:0, In3:0, ...
In11:1
Display of multifunction module input states
registered by control. 0: no signal, 1: signal
present.
Outputs
E.g. Outputs, Out1 to Out5,
Our6 to Out9
After selection of appropriate option 1 to 5 or 6
to 9, control sets relay of selected output after
corresponding multifunction button is pressed.
Warning! Switching the outputs may
activate unexpected external functions!
Analog
E.g. Analog, Analog1 = 0.0 V,
Analog2 = 1.5 V
Control checks voltage at both analog inputs of
multifunction module and displays them
Table 24: Multifunction module 1 sub-divisions
When the desired item has been selected via the multifunction selector (jogshuttle
switch), press the OK button. The selected service programme then starts
immediately and can be stopped when the Back button is pressed.
Card reader module has the following sub-divisions (control checks chip card
module and a chip card):
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
1
Test manually
8
Card reader module
Designation
Display
Explanation
Card switch
Card switch and “Contact open” or
“Contact closed” symbol
Control registers state of card switch relay
contacts
–
E.g. symbol for chip card above a
multifunction button
Starts analysis of chip card module. Result
or fault indication is then displayed.
Table 25: Card reader module sub-divisions
When the desired item has been selected via the multifunction selector (jogshuttle
switch), press the OK button. The selected service programme then starts
immediately and can be stopped when the Back button is pressed.
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Operating data module has the following sub-divisions (control checks operating
data module and memory card):
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
1
Test manually
9
Operating data module
Designation
Display
Explanation
–
E.g. Operating data module and
“Start” symbol above a
multifunction button
Starts analysis of operating data
module. Result or fault indication is
then displayed.
Table 26: Operating data module sub-divisions
When the desired item has been selected via the multifunction selector (jogshuttle
switch), press the OK button. The selected service programme then starts
immediately and can be stopped when the Back button is pressed.
Interface card 6 (multiposition payment system) has the following sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
1
Test manually
10
Interface card 6
Designation
Display
Interface card 6
E.g. Interface card 6 and “Start”
Starts analysis interface card 6. Result
symbol above a multifunction button or fault indication is then displayed.
Explanation
Table 27: Interface card 6 sub-divisions
Load module (module for automatic load registration) has the following
sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
1
Test manually
11
Load module
Designation
Display
Explanation
Calibration
Press 0 kg multifunction
button, Press 25 kg
multifunction button
To set automatic weighing
process
Test
Insert test weight
Weighing function constantly
displays registered drum load
Table 28: Load module sub-divisions
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MPG (German medical product law) module has no function or test points.
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
1
Test manually
12
MPG module
Designation
Display
Explanation
...
...
...
Table 29: MPG (German medical product law) module
Language module has no function or test points.
x
Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
1
Test manually
13
Language module
Designation
Display
Explanation
...
...
...
Table 30: Language module
When Test automatically is selected, the automatic test starts with a system
analysis. If a fault is registered, the automatic test stops. It can then be quit by
pressing the Back button or continued by pressing the OK button.
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Service mode (service level)
1
Service programme
2
Test automatically
1
System analyse
Selection-display module (EW 230)
Control-power module (ELP 230)
All modules
NTCs
System check
2
Door
3
Control elements
Door contact switch
Multifunction selector (jogshuttle)
All buttons
4
Display
Display
5
Tachogenerator check
Tachogenerator signal registration
6
Drive check without water
Drive motor
7
Minimum heating level
Valves, analog pressure sensor
8
Checking of all water valves
Water valves
9
Drive check with water
Drive, tachogenerator, frequency converter, analog
pressure sensor
10
Software for overflow level
Drain valve seal, drain valve
Drain function, drain valve
11
Water intake to 150 mm wc
Heating at full power to increase temperature by 5°C
Drain valve
Spin speed
Table 31: Automatic test sequence
Service information has the following sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
2
Service information
1
Operating data
2
Operating faults
3
Delete operating faults
4
Machine history
Table 32: Service information sub-divisions
The Operating data option gives information about various aspects of the
machine such as model, Machine no., ID numbers, modules, operating hours,
programme interruptions and the service interval.
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Operating data has the following sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
2
Service information
1
Operating data
1
Machine type
2
ID Number SLT (control-power module)
3
ID Number BAE (Selection-display module)
4
ID Number FU (frequency converter)
5
Commissioning date
6
Heating type
7
Module
8
Total time switched on
9
Consumption data
10
Dosage amount
11
Heating active period
12
Drive motor active period
13
Service interval
14
Service interval counter
15
Last accident prevention check
16
Lube bearing counter
17
WRG concept (water recycling)
18
User password
Table 33: Operating data sub-divisions
The Operating faults option gives the service technician information about
operational faults registered by the control. The control saves the last 100 faults
detected. If more than 100 faults are registered, the oldest are overwritten.
Operating faults has the following sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
2
Service information
2
Operating faults
1
Total number of faults
2
Water drain
3
Water inlet
4
Motor
5
Heating
6
Dosing
7
Pressure monitor
8
Card reader module
9
Data transfer
10
Load module
11
Operating data module
Table 34: Operating faults sub-divisions
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When the desired item has been selected via the multifunction selector (jogshuttle
switch), press the OK button. The selected service programme then starts
immediately and can be stopped when the Back button is pressed.
After the machine has been repaired, the service technician can delete the fault
memory.
Delete operating faults has the following sub-division:
x
Service mode (service level)
2
Service information
3
Delete operating faults
No. of deletions
Table 35: Delete operating faults sub-division
When the desired item has been selected via the multifunction selector (jogshuttle
switch), press the OK button. The selected service programme then starts
immediately and can be stopped when the Back button is pressed.
Delete operating faults shows the following information:
x
Service mode (service level)
2
Service information
3
Delete operating faults
No. of deletions
Designation
Display
Explanation
Number:
E.g.: 2
Number of deleted faults registered by
control
Date:
E.g.: Date: 23.01.2004,
Time: 14:30 h
List of date and time of faults registered
by control to now be deleted. When
theSave button (under the disk symbol)
is pressed, a confirmation question is
activated.
Table 36: Delete operating faults details
A Press and release the Save multifunction button (under the disk symbol).
Delete existing data? is then displayed.
A Press and release the Save multifunction button (under the disk symbol). The
control then deletes the operational faults from the fault memory and transfers
details to the machine history. The following is then displayed: Operating
faults deleted.
The machine history gives the service technician information about all faults and
service work registered by the control. The control saves this data in non-volatile
electronic memory (flash PROM) on the EW 230 selection-display module. A
circular buffer saves 1000 operational faults. If more than 1000 faults occur, the
oldest will be overwritten.
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Machine history has the following sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
2
Service information
4
Machine history
1
Total number of faults
2
Water drain
3
Water inlet
4
Motor
5
Heating
6
Dosing
7
Pressure monitor
8
Card reader module
9
Data transfer
10
Load module
11
Operating data module
Table 37: Machine history sub-divisions:
When the desired item has been selected via the multifunction selector (jogshuttle
switch), press the OK button. The selected service programme then starts
immediately and can be stopped when the Back button is pressed.
Service settings has the following sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
3
Service settings
1
Basic settings
2
MFM 1 (Multifunction module 1)
3
MFM 2 (Multifunction module 2)
4
MFM 3 (Multifunction module 3)
5
Sign on module
6
Sign off module
Table 38: Service settings sub-divisions:
The Service settings can be used by the service technician to set up the
machine to suit the on-site conditions and the additional modules in use. For
example monitoring times, temperatures, payment system functions and energy
supply parameters, etc. can be programmed. Some Service settings must be
made on site as they affect other functions. Example: A laundry operator wishes
to record detailed operating data such as energy consumption so he can
calculate his costs. When the heater rating and the power of the control and
motors is recorded, the energy consumption can be established and made
available for further processing.
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Basic settings has the following sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
3
Service settings
1
Basic settings
1
Water drain
2
Water inlet
3
Heating
4
Gas heating
5
Dosing
6
Coin box
7
Water recycling
8
Service display
9
Display in accordance with accident prevention legislation
10
Bearing maintenance display
11
Button allocation
12
Commission
Table 39: Basic settings sub-divisions
The setting and programming of the inputs and outputs for programmable
multifunction modules are the next step in the Service settings. The registration
and deregistration (signing on and off) of modules is carried out in the Service
settings.
Delete display message has the following sub-divisions:
x
Service mode (service level)
4
Delete display message
1
Service display
2
Display in accordance with accident prevention legislation
3
Bearing maintenance display
Table 40: Delete display message sub-divisions
Save and quit
A Press the Save button (under the disk symbol).
A Switch the machine off to quit the service mode.
Quit (without saving)
A Switch the machine off to quit the service mode.
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4.3
Selection-display module (BAE) removal / fitting
A Remove the machine lid, see Lid removal / fitting, 150 4.4.
A Loosen 1 retaining screw/nut (viewed from the rear, at the upper left of the
back of the fascia panel).
A Slide the module locking bar to the left (viewed from the rear) as far as
possible. The Module is now released.
A At the front, tilt the top edge of the module 5 mm outwards away from the
machine. Lift the module slightly to release the bottom edge.
A Carefully remove the module forwards away from the machine and disconnect
its connections.
A Remove the selection-display module (BAE).
A Reassemble by following these instructions in reverse order.
x
Note
The module locking bar must be opened by sliding to the right (viewed from the
front) as far as possible. When refitting, after connecting the connection cables
and with the top edge tilted slightly to the front, locate the bottom groove first on
the fascia panel. Take care to lay the cables correctly. Ease the module into the
fascia without using excessive force. Align the module and lock it in place.
4.4
Detergent dispenser cover flap removal / fitting
A Open the flap.
A Remove the 3 detergent dispenser scoops.
A Insert a long thin tool, e.g. a suitable screwdriver, in the small opening in the
flap on the right near the hinge. Press the sprung hinge bolt back slightly.
A Release the flap by pulling the right side forwards first and then releasing the
left. Take care with the washer, if present, on each hinge bolt. Remove the
flap.
x
Note
Take care with the washer, if present, on each hinge bolt. When refitting, first fit
the left side and then fit the right sprung hinge bolt. Ensure the flap is seated
correctly.
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Fascia panel removal / fitting
A Remove the machine lid, see Lid removal / fitting, 150 4.4.
A Remove the selection-display module, see Selection-display module (BAE)
removal / fitting, 100 4.3.
A Remove the detergent dispenser cover flap, see Detergent dispenser cover
flap removal / fitting, 100 4.4.
A Remove 2 screws on either side of the dispenser flap holder.
A Remove the 4 fascia fixing screws from the top (1 on the left side panel, 2 in
the middle and 1 on the right side panel).
A Disconnect the earth wire.
A Remove the fascia panel upwards.
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Water intake
1
Technical Data
Flow pressure and flow rates.
x
Permitted flow pressure
[bar]
Valve type
1 to 10
1 to 10
3/4”, triple
3/4”, triple
Flow rate - Valve block 1
[l/min]
10
-
Flow rate - Valve block 2
[l/min]
16
-
Flow rate - Valve block 3
[l/min]
16
-
Liquid dispensing
[l/min]
-
5.5
Table 1: Water inlet data
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Function
2.1
Water paths, flow rates, combination for programming
x
Fig. 1: Water path summary
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2Y9, hot water 2, WAW2, compartment 2, powder detergent
2Y6, cold water 2, KAW2, compartment 2, powder detergent
1Y9, hot water 1, WAW1, compartment 1, powder detergent
1Y6, cold water 1, KAW1, compartment 1, powder detergent
1Y26, drain valve open, AVT-AUF
Emergency drain release, affects drain valve
Valve block 1, cold water, KAW
Valve block 3, hot water, WAW
Valve block 2, cold water, KAW, mixer box for liquid dispensing,
chlorine bleach, drain valve
B1/1, level switch, water intake
Y41, chlorine bleach valve, KAW6, compartment 4, liquid chlorine
bleach
3Y6, fabric conditioner valve, KAW3, compartment 3, liquid fabric
conditioner
Compartment 3, liquid fabric conditioner and liquid chlorine bleach
Compartment 2, powder detergent, e.g. main wash
Compartment 1, powder detergent, e.g. pre-wash
Compartments 1 and 2 can each hold a maximum of 1400 ml powder detergent.
Compartments 3 and 4 can each hold a maximum of 500 ml liquid detergent.
Emergency drain release by loosening the release bolt with a 17 mm open
spanner, see 130 Fig. 1, Pos. 6.
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Fig. 2: Mixer box water intake for liquid dispensing
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Control opening, water intake non-return device
Connection KAW 4, cold water, from Y13
Connection HAW (1), for hard water kit
Connection AVT-AUF, drain open, from 1Y26
Connection FL-DOS, liquid dispensing, from Y39
Connection HAW (2), for hard water kit
Connection WAW 3, hot water, from Y11
Connection - Paste dispensing
Connection - Paste dispensing
Connection 1 to 10, liquid detergent
The mixer box can be used for the optional connection of hoses from up to
10 liquid dispenser pumps, 2 paste dispensers and a “hard water” conversion kit.
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Fig. 3: Valves in valve blocks on machine rear panel
The flow quantities for the valve blocks are limited due to the interaction when two
or more valves in a valve block are activated. If more water is required in a certain
time period, the activation of different valves in different blocks should be
programmed.
x
Valve block
Quantity limitation at input Valve block designation
1, see 130 Fig. 1, Pos. 7
10 l/min
KAW
3/4”, triple valve
2, see 130 Fig. 1, Pos. 9
16 l/min
KAW
3/4”, triple valve
3, see 130 Fig. 1, Pos. 8
16 l/min
WAW
3/4”, triple valve
5.5 l/min
FL-DOS
3/4”, triple valve
Liquid dispensing
1)
Table 2: Valve block flow quantity limitations
1)
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Valves
Inlet valve summary - PW 6101, PW 6131, PW 6161, PW 6201
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Designation
on wiring
diagram
Description
Detergent dispenser
compartment
Symbol
Designation in software /
documentation
1Y5
Valve - Water inlet - Cold, hard,
direct
–
–
KH, HAW
2Y5
Valve - Water inlet - Cold, hard,
direct
–
–
KH, HAW
1Y6
Valve - Water inlet - Cold,
pre-wash, max. 10 l/min
Compartment 1
i
K1 / KAW1
2Y6
Valve - Water inlet - Cold,
main wash, max. 10 l/min
Compartment 2
j
K2 / KAW2
3Y6
Valve - Water inlet - Cold,
rinse - Fabric conditioner,
max. 2.5 l/min
Compartment 3, front
p
K3 / KAW3
1Y9
Valve - Water inlet - Hot,
pre-wash, max. 10 l/min
Compartment 1
i
W1 / WAW1
2Y9
Valve - Water inlet - Hot,
main wash, max. 10 l/min
Compartment 2
j
W2 / WAW2
Y11
Valve - Water inlet - Hot, direct,
max. 16 l/min
–
–
WD / WAW3
Y13
Valve - Water inlet - Cold, direct,
max. 16 l/min
–
–
KD / KAW4
Y41
Valve - Water inlet - Cold,
chlorine bleach, max. 2.5 l/min
Compartment 3, rear
y
K4 / KAW6
Y39 1)
Valve - Liquid dispensing,
5.5 l/min
–
–
–
Table 3: Inlet valve summary - PW 6101, PW 6131, PW 6161, PW 6201
1)
Valve Y39 automatically directs water to the dispenser box for liquid dispensing (mixer box, not the detergent dispenser)
as soon as the first dispenser pump starts. 30 s after the last dispenser pump has stopped, Y39 is closed automatically.
The dispensed agent, mixed with water, then flows directly into the suds container without passing through the main
detergent dispenser at the front of the machine.
2)
The given figures also depend on other conditions, see 130 Fig. 3 and 130 Table 2.
Summary of other possible valves - PW 6101, PW 6131, PW 6161, PW 6201
x
Designation on wiring Description
diagram
Symbol
Designation in software /
documentation
Y25
Valve - Steam heating
–
1Y26
Valve - Open drain valve
AA / AVT-AUF / WS
2Y26
Valve - Close drain valve
AZ / AVT-ZU / KAW5
3Y26
Valve - Open water recycling (WRG),
–
intake from WRG container into machine
K6
4Y26
Valve - Close water recycling (WRG),
drainage to on-site drain, not to WRG
container
–
WRG
1Y53
Door release magnet
–
–
2Y53
Door locking magnet
–
–
Y57
Gas solenoid valve
Table 4: Summary of other possible valves - PW 6101, PW 6131, PW 6161, PW 6201
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Protective functions - Level monitoring
The control monitors the maximum water level in all operating states. The
programmer can only program the following maximum levels:
x
Model
Maximum programmable level [mm]
PW 6101
350
PW 6131
350
PW 6161
350
PW 6201
350
Table 5: Maximum programmable water levels - PW 6101 to PW 6201
If the software registers an overflow, e.g. due to a defective water inlet valve, the
control opens the drain valve. This remains open until the programmed level is
reached. During drainage, the fault message Water intake fault is displayed. If
the hardware registers an overflow, e.g. via the analog pressure sensor, then this
directly activates the procedure to open the drain valve if, e.g. the control is
defective.
x
Model
“Software overflow” level [mm]
“Hardware overflow” level [mm]
PW 6101
420
500
PW 6131
420
500
PW 6161
420
500
PW 6201
420
500
Table 6: Safety levels - PW 6101 to PW 6201
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Material - Front panel
Stainless steel 1.4016
Material - Lid, side panels
Galvanised sheet steel, powder coated, blue
Material - Rear panel
Galvanised sheet steel
Table 1
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Service
4.1
Transport information
A The machine should only be transported without a pallet if the front and rear
panel have been removed, see Front panel removal, 150 4.7 und Rear panel
bottom part removal / fitting, 150 4.6.
x
Warning!
When transporting the machine without a pallet, the following should be noted:
It is very likely that damage will be caused to the front and rear panels when the
forks from a forklift truck or a palletiser are driven under the machine. Therefore
these panels should be removed beforehand.
If the front and rear panels have been removed, do not subject the upper areas
of the machine to excessive force as the casing can easily be bent and
damaged.
4.2
Transport strut removal
A Remove the front and rear panels, see Front panel removal, 150 4.7 and
Rear panel bottom part removal / fitting, 150 4.6.
x
Fig. 1: Front transport struts
A Remove 3 screws from each front red transport strut.
A Remove the transport struts.
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Fig. 2: Rear transport struts
A Remove 3 screws from each rear red transport strut.
A Remove the transport struts.
A Take care to retain the transport struts with their associated screws and pass
them to the operator for safe keeping in case the machine needs to be
relocated in the future.
A Reassemble the machine.
4.3
Transport strut fitting
A Remove the front and rear panels, see Front panel removal, 150 4.7 and Rear
panel bottom part removal / fitting, 150 4.6.
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Fig. 3: Front transport struts
A Fit the front transport struts and secure each one with 3 screws.
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Fig. 4: Rear transport struts
A Fit the rear transport struts and secure each one with 3 screws.
A Reassemble the machine.
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Lid removal / fitting
A Remove 1 screw from each side of the lid at the top of the machine.
A Lift the lid slightly at the front and disconnect its earth connection.
A Slide the lid slightly to the rear to release its conical retainer guides from the
rear panel.
A Remove the lid upwards.
A Reassemble by following these instructions in reverse order.
4.5
Rear cover flap for mains connection, dispenser pumps and
additional kits removal / fitting
A Remove 2 screws from the underside of the cover flap.
A Remove 2 screws from the top of the cover flap (with rounded corners).
A Remove the cover flap upwards.
A Reassemble by following these instructions in reverse order. Ensure the cover
bulges outwards and that the rounded edges are at the top.
4.6
Rear panel bottom part removal / fitting
A Remove the 3 screws at the top of the rear panel bottom part.
A Loosen the 7 screws on the bottom edge of the rear panel bottom part.
A Loosen the 4 screws on either side of the rear panel bottom part.
A Slide the rear panel up slightly to release it from its keyhole fastenings.
A Remove the rear panel bottom part.
A Reassemble by following these instructions in reverse order.
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4.7
Front panel removal
A Remove 1 screw on each side of the front panel from the underneath of the
bottom edge.
A Pull the bottom edge outwards slightly so releasing it from its conical retainer
guides half way up the front.
A While it is slanted, lower the front panel to release it from its top retainers on
the fascia panel. Remove the front panel downwards.
4.8
Front panel fitting
A Tilt the top edge of the front panel to the rear.
A Lift the front panel such that its top edge engages with the retainers on the
fascia panel. Press the front panel upwards and hold it in position.
A Ensure the cutouts on the inner side of the front panel engage with the
conical retainer guides half way up the front of the machine. Press the front
panel against the machine front edge and hold it in position.
A Refit 1 screw on each side of the front panel on the underneath of the bottom
edge.
A Adjust the front panel as appropriate then tighten the screws.
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Wiring diagram, wiring diagram legend, switching plan, multifunction module,
operating instructions, programming instructions for Profitronic M washing
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Testing, special documents
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Technical Data
Log book for testing in accordance with accident prevention legislation.
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