Alliance Laundry Systems HF234 Instruction manual

Instruction manual
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HF145, HF176
HF205, HF234
Technische gegevens
Technical specifications
Installatie
Installation instructions
Operating
instructions
Gebruiksaanwijzing
Maintenance
Onderhoud
Nieuwstraat 146 - B-8560 Wevelgem (Belgium)
Tel. 056/41 20 54 - Fax 056/41 86 74
Part No. D0247
Contents
1 General safety instructions .............................................................. 3
2 Technical data and dimensions ....................................................... 4
Technical data ................................................................................ 4
Dimensions ..................................................................................... 5
3 Installation and connection ............................................................. 6
Ground ............................................................................................ 6
Removing the transport brackets .................................................... 6
Water connection ............................................................................ 6
Water drain ..................................................................................... 7
Main power connection .................................................................... 7
Steam connection ........................................................................... 8
4 Operating instructions ..................................................................... 9
Machine with CAM-timer and 10 buttons ......................................... 9
Machine with electronical PLC-9 microprocessor and start button ... 12
5 Technical remarks ............................................................................ 16
Program time (Machine with CAM-timer) .......................................... 16
Internal connection of the electrical heating .................................... 17
Internal connections of the motor .................................................... 17
Thermo-magnetic motor protection .................................................. 18
Tilt switch and electronical repetition system .................................. 19
6 Maintenance of the machine ........................................................... 20
Code: 249/00026/01
08/09/94
Contents
1
General safety instructions
Ignoring any of the safety instructions can cause serious personal injury and can also cause damage to the linen or the
machine
p
Read the installation and instruction manual carefully before connecting the
machine.
p
p
It is recommended that the machine be installed by qualified technicians.
p
The machine should be grounded according to the instructions in order to
eliminate the risk of electrocution.
p
Do not expose the machine to high humidity or extreme high or low temperatures.
p
Cut off all main water inlets, steam and electrical supplies at the end of each
operating day.
p
p
Before starting repairs or maintenance, shut off all power and water supplies.
p
Always carefully read and follow the instructions on the packing of detergents.
Store these products out of the reach of children.
p
p
Always take into account the instructions on the labels of clothes.
The machine should be installed according to the installation instructions. (See
chapter 3)
To prevent fire and explosion:
Keep the area around the machine free from inflammable or combustible
products.
Do not put fabrics that are treated with inflammable products into the machine.
These fabrics should be hand-washed or air-dried first.
Never allow children to play in the surroundings of a machine.
Remark:
p
These instructions surely cannot prevent all risks of accidents. It is up to the user to act with the utmost
precaution.
p
Do not hesitate to contact the dealer in case of a problem.
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2
Technical data and dimensions
Technical data
HF 145
Capacity (dry weight)
1/11
1/10
1/9
Cylinder
Cabinet
Front loading
speed
G-force
Diameter
Depth
Volume
Height
Width
Depth
Diameter door opening
Door height - loxer edge
Door height - center
16 kg
17,6 kg
19,5 kg
18,6 kg
20,5 kg
22,7 kg
21,3 kg
23,4 kg
26 kg
750 mm
329 mm
145 Lit.
750 mm
399 mm
176 Lit.
750 mm
464 mm
205 Lit.
750 mm
530 mm
234 Lit.
1505 mm
900 mm
855 mm
1505 mm
900 mm
855 mm
1505 mm
900 mm
855 mm
1505 mm
900 mm
855 mm
395 mm
630 mm
820 mm
395 mm
630 mm
820 mm
395 mm
630 mm
820 mm
395 mm
630 mm
820 mm
Spin
74/343
220 W
220 W
1100 W
1100 W
280 W
280 W
1300 W
1300 W
Depend-O-Drai
Option
Hard, soft, hot warer & cool down
3/8"
Electric 220/380V
Electric 380V
Steam
Boliler fed
Boiler fed (with auxiliary heating)
(H x W x D)
Weight
Net
Gross
370 W
370 W
1800 W
1800 W
3/4"
steam connection
Packing dimensions
370 W
370 W
1800 W
1800 W
3"
2"
Steam connection
Heating
HF 234
40 rpm
110 rpm
420 rpm
900 rpm
Wash18p. 290 rpm.
Distribution 18p. 290 rpm
Spin 2p. 2900 rpm.
High spin 2p. 2900 rpm.
Water-inlet
HF 205
13,2 kg
14,5 kg
16,1 kg
Wash
Distribution
Spin
High spin
Motors (3-phase)
Drain
HF 176
12/15/18 kW
24 kW
X
X
X
1650x1020x1150 mm
380 kg
450 kg
455 kg
524 kg
561 kg
621 kg
570 kg
630 kg
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2
Dimensions
p A. Hard water connection 3/4"
p B. Warm water connection 3/4"
p C. Soft water connection 3/4"
p D. Water connection cool-down (option)
p E. Electrical power connection motor drive
p F. Electrical connection heating
p G. Electrical connection clamps
p H. Ventilation soap dispenser
p I. Water drain
p J. Steam connection
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3
Installation and connection
Ground
The machine must be placed on a flat, solid surface (metal base, concrete or solid
ground). It is recommended that the machine be anchored on the provided places
(A) in the base, especially in case of a plinth. (See Dimensions 2)
The machine must be placed entirely level. For easy maintenance it is recommended to keep a minimal distance of 600 mm between the wall and the back of the
machine.
If several machines are placed next to each another, there should be a minimal
distance of 30 mm between each machine.
Removing the transport brackets
To prevent damage during transportation, the machine has been equipped with
two red transport brackets (D) to eliminate every possible movement of the tub.
After the machine has been placed level, take off the service panel and remove
these transport brackets.
Important
The machine must never be activated before removing these transport
brackets.
Water connection
The machine is delivered with hoses with 3/4" connections. These hoses fit the
water inlet valves of the machine and the main water inlet taps. To ensure the
optimal functioning of the water inlet valves, the water pressure on the inlet
should be between 0,5 and 10 kg/cm² (7 and 145 psi). If the pressure is too low,
the cycle time will increase considerably.
In case of boiler fed machines, a minimum of hot water of 90°C should be available:
For the HF145: 110l. HF205: 135l.
For the HF176: 125l. HF234: 150l.
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3
Water drain
The machine is equipped with a drain valve with 6/4" outer diameter (50 mm). This
drain valve should be connected to the drain by means of the drain elbow which
is delivered with the machine.
pThe diameter of the main drain should be adapted to the water flow and the
number of machines. It should be sufficient to handle at least 80L/min. per
machine.
pIt is necessary to connect the main drain at least on one side to an open airbrake to allow ventilation.
pWhen the main drain has not been sufficiently deodorized, every machine
should be installed seperately with a deodorizer.
Main power connection
pIn case of machines with electrical heating two seperate connections
should always be used. One for the motor circuit, one for the heating.
pAfter connection, check the spin direction. The cylinder must spin in the
direction of the arrow, showed on the sticker on the door window
(clockwise).
A wrong spin direction can damage the motor, and can also cause water
to spurt from the soap dispenser.
pIn case of wrong spin direction: switch the terminal clamps of the motor
circuit “R” and “S” of the connecting cable.
Machine with steam heating or boiler fed machine
without additional electrical heating
Motor
Value of mains fuses:
Motor circuit:
Machine with electrical
heating
Motor
Heating
220V 3AC
16A
380V 3AC + N
16A
Value of the mains fuses:
Motor circuit:220V 3AC380V 3AC + N
16A
16A
Heating: 220V 3AC 380V 3AC + N
12kw
---15 kw
50A
18 kw
50 A
21 kw
---24 kw
----
25A
25 A
32 A
40 A
40 A
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3
Steam connection
Machines with steam heating must have a steam valve between the steam
installation and the machine.
With direct steam injection into the machine
1.
2.
3.
3.
5.
6.
7.
Steam pipe
steam cut-off valve 3/8"
Pipe coupling 3/8"
Steam filter 3/8"
Magnetic steam valve 3/8"
Curve MF 3/8"
Steam hose with appropriate pipe coupling 3/8"
Added parts for steam heating with heat exchanger
3.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Double pipe coupling 1/2"
Condensation accumulator with filter 1/2"
Conical coupling MM 1/2"
Single window 1/2"
One-way valve 1/2"
M = inner wire, F = outer wire
The manufacturer is not responsible for damage or accidents caused by not following the installation instructions!
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4
Operating instructions
Machine with CAM-timer and 10 buttons
Open the door
Fill the drum
Press the red button on the doorhandle and open the door.
The machines have 5 wash programs. Sort the linen according to the quality and
the allowed wash temperature. Remove all nails, coins, etc. that can damage the
linen or the machine during the wash cycle. Turn sleeves of overcoats, shirts and
blouses inside out. To increase the wash action and thus the quality of the wash,
it is recommended to mix large and small pieces.
If the machine is filled less than 80% of the capacity, this could prevent a good
operation and can even damage the machine.
Overloading the machine can be the cause of low wash quality.
Close the door
Select program
Press the button of the desired program: (1-5)
1. Hot wash
2. Warm wash
3. Synthetics
4. Synthetics
5. Gentle/Wool
(2
(2
(2
(1
(1
baths)(40°/90°C)
baths)(40°/60°C)
baths)(40°/40°C) (No final spin 1000rpm)
bath)(40°C)
(No final spin 1000rpm)
bath)(30°C or cold) (No final spin 1000rpm)
Remark:
Program 4 & 5 low water level and normal wash action. For high water level and
reduced wash action, press button 8.
Add detergents
It is recommended to use only those detergents with “reduced foam”. These are
often available in the laundrette, and are also easily found in shops. The dose you
should use is normally indicated on the packing.
Overdosing of soap can lead to poor wash results and foam bubbling out of the
machine can damage it.
Left compartment A: Pre-wash (1st bath)
Middle compartment B:
Main wash (2nd bath)
Right compartment C:
Final rinse (conditioner)
Compartment D:
Directly in tub
9
Choose temperature
4
thermostat with 2 adjustable temperatures can be installed.
The choice of temperature via the switch buttons can then be replaced by the input
of T1/T2
- T2 = Highest adjustable temperature (Main wash)
- T1 = Lowest adjustable temperature (Pre-wash)
Start the machine
Press the start button (6). When the machine is started, the red control lamp on
the fascia panel (A) will light up.
Orange pilot lights
When the middle orange pilot light (B) lights up, the liquid bleach may be added
manually (Compartment D).
When the bottom orange pilot light (C) lights up, the linen softener is automatcally
added or the starch pay be added manually (compartment D)
End of the cycle
When the red pilot light on the fascia panel turns off, the wash cycle has come
to an end and you can open the door.
Remarks
Function buttons (6-10)
p Button 6: “START”.
Press this button and release immediately to start a program.
p
Button 7: “STARCH”.
To starch at the end of a wash cycle proceed as follows:
- In case you don’t want to starch some of the linen, remove these first.
- Dissolve the starch in some water.
- Press button 7.
- Press button 6 and release it.
- Add the dissolved starch (in compartment D) when water flows into the
soap dispenser.
- Program sequence: Water inlet - Starch:2' - Drain:30" - Spin:1’30 - Tumble:30".
- After ending the starch program, press out button 7.
p
Button 8: “HIGH WATER LEVEL” (reduced wash action)
If you want to wash in a certain program with high water level and reduced wash
action, press button 8. After ending the program, press out button 8.
p
Button 9: “NO SPIN”
If you want to run a program without spinning, press the button 9 before
you press the start button. After ending that program press out this button
9. You can also choose 8 & 9 at the same time to wash with reduced wash
action, high water level and without spinning.
p
Button 10: “RAPID ADVANCE”.
With this button you can at any time skip a part or the rest of the program.
10
4
Button “Soak”
(Option!)
Opening the door in case
of an emergency
Choose a program (1...5) (Don’t press button 7)
- Press the pause switch so the light turns on.
- Add detergent and start the machine.
The bath is filled to high water level. A reduced wash action of 3 sec. wash and
12 sec. pause is engaged while the bath is heated to 30° or 40°C, depending on
the selected program 1-4: 40°C, program 5: 30°C.
When the required temperature is reached, the wash action stops until the bath
is cooled down and heating starts again. When the desired pause time is passed,
press out the pause switch. The machine will automatically proceed with its
normal program.
When you want to open the door in case of an emergency (power breakdown,
deficiencies, etc...) remove the service panel (A) at the bottom and pull the left
suspended ring (B) while you press the red button on the doorhandle and open
the door.
Important:
Before opening the door, be sure there is no water left in the tub, and that
the drum has come to a complete stop.
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4
Machine with electronical microprocessor and start button
Open the door
Fill the drum
Press the red button on the doorhandle and open the door.
Sort the linen according to the quality and the allowed wash temperature. Remove
all nails, coins, etc. that can damage the linen or the machine during the wash cycle.
Turn sleeves of overcoats, shirts and blouses inside out. To increase the wash
action and thus the quality of the wash, it is recommended to mix large and small
pieces.
If the machine is filled less than 80% of the capacity, this could prevent a good
operation and can even damage the machine.
Overloading the machine can be the cause of low wash quality.
Close the door
Select program
The machine has at least 6 programs (IPSO Belgium). Press the program selection
button (SELECT) as many times until the desired program number appears:
1. Hot wash
2. Warm wash
3. Synthetics
4. Synthetics
5. Gentle/Wool
6. Starch
(2
(2
(2
(1
(1
(1
baths)(40°/90°C)
baths)(40°/60°C)
baths)(40°/40°C)
bath)(40°C)
bath)(30°C or cold)
bath)(cold)
(No
(No
(No
(No
final
final
final
final
spin
spin
spin
spin
1000rpm)
1000rpm)
1000rpm)
1000rpm)
Remark:
These programs can be modified. Other programs can be added. (Max. 9). If this
is desired, contact your distributor.
Add detergents
It is recommended to use only those detergents with “reduced foam”. These are
often available in the laundrette, and are also easily found in shops. The dose you
should use is normally indicated on the packing.
Overdosing of soap can lead to poor wash results and foam bubbling out of the
machine can damage it.
Left compartment A: Pre-wash (1st bath)
Middle compartment B:
Main wash (2nd bath)
Right compartment C:
Final rinse (conditioner)
Compartment D:
Directly in tub
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4
Choose temperature
As an option, a thermometer or thermostat with 2 or 3 adjustable temperatures can
be installed.
- T3 = Highest adjustable temperature
- T2 = Middle adjustable temperature
- T1 = Lowest adjustable temperature
Start the machine
Press the start button. When the machine is started, the green pilot light on the
fascia panel will turn off.
During the program, the selected program number remains visible on the left
display. The other two show the remaining program segments of 1 minute. You
can stop the cycle prematurely by pressing the START/STOP button.
End of a cycle
Remarks
When the green pilot light on the fascia panel lights up and the two displays on
the right turn off, the wash cycle has ended and you can open the door.
Rapid Advance
Keep the program select button (SELECT) pressed and then press the START/
STOP button at the same time. By doing this action twice, the middle and right
decimal point will flash at the same time. By pressing the program select button
now you can advance to the following step of the program. By keeping the
program select button pressed it is possible to advance rapidly through a part or
the rest of the program.
To continue normally with the program, press the START/STOP button.
Programmable start
It is possible to start a machine with PLC-9 automatically after a maximum of 99
hours.
p
p
p
Select a program.
By keeping the program select button (SELECT) pressed and then pressing the
START/STOP button at the same time, “ -01 “ appears. Every time you press
the program select button (SELECT) one hour is added to the delay. The
program will only start after the programmed delay has passed.
To undo the programmed start, press START/STOP button.
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4
Special functions
By keeping the program select button (SELECT) pressed and then pressing the
START/STOP button at the same time, it is possible to use special functions.
p After a while, the left decimal point starts to flash. (A)
This means that the program will keep repeating the segment that is now
active (Time stop).
To continue the program normally, press the START/STOP button. Or
if you want to select the following function, press the program select
button (SELECT) once again.
p The middle decimal point lights up and the left keeps flashing (B). Now
the time will be stopped and the water will be heated to 40°C with reduced
wash action and high water level. By means of this soak program you can
prolongue the pre-wash in case of very dirty linen.
To continue the program normally, press the START/STOP button. Or
if you want to select the following special function, press the program
select button (SELECT) once again.
p The right decimal point now lights up (C).
This means that all wash actions are being executed at reduced wash
action.
To continue the program normally, press the START/STOP button. Or
if you want to select the following special function, press the program
select button (SELECT) once again.
p The right decimal point lights up and the left flashes.
Now the program activates a “time stop” during the wash cycle but in
this case with a reduced wash action.
To continue the program normally, press the START/STOP button.
Test program
By keeping the program select button (SELECT) pressed, when selecting the
program, for more than 5 seconds, you enter the “test program” (0). This was
specially designed to help the technical service in case of malfunction.
Thermo-magnetic motor protection
When the thermo-magnetic motor protection is activated, the red control pilot
light on the fascia panel will light up and the display will turn off. When the
protection (manually or automatically) is being reset, a flashing “ S “ will appear
on the display. This means that you should select again the program.
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Special messages
pWhen starting the program and the door is not closed properly, “ cdo “ will
appear (Close door).
pWhen starting the program and something is wrong with the water level
switches, “ HLE “ (high level), “ LLE “ (low level) or alternating “SLE - tilt”
(safety level) will appear.
pWhen one of the required temperatures was not reached during the program,
“1tE”, “2tE”, “3tE” or “4tE” will appear at the end.
pWhen one of the required water levels was not reached during the program,
“ HLE “ (high level), “ LLE “ (low level) or alternating “SLE - tilt” (safety level)
will appear at the end.
Extra switches and buttons. (Option)
pButton adding water
With this button the water level in the tub will rise for as long as you press the
button.
pButton drain water
With this button the water level in the tub will fall for as long as you press the
button.
pSwitch no high spin
By turning this switch to the right, high spin is executed as low spin.
pSwitch lowered water level
By turning this switch to the right, you can lower the water level in case of a
smaller wash-load. This can save time, water and energy.
Opening the door in
case of an emergency
When you want to open the door in case of an emergency (power breakdown,
deficiencies, etc...) remove the service panel (A) at the bottom and pull the left
suspended ring (B) while you press the red button on the doorhandle and open
the door.
Important:
Before opening the door, be sure there is no water left in the tub, and that
the drum has come to a complete stop.
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Technical remarks
Program time (Machine with CAM-timer)
Code 10.1126 - 220 V (50Hz with brown CAM-timer)
There are several possibilities according to cabling, microprocessor, type of heating, temperature control, water level control, etc.... For your information you can find the details of the
programs for a machine with standard programs, boiler fed (without temperature control nor
water level controls).
water inlet
1
2
3
4
5
Hot
Warm
Synth. 1
Synth. 2
Wool
cold+warm
cold+warm
cold+warm
cold+warm
cold
pre-wash
6’30"
6’30"
4’30"
6’30"
6’30"
water drain
1’30"
1’30"
1’30"
1’30"
1'30"
spin
2’30"
2’30"
2’30"
1’30"
1’30"
water inlet
warm
33% cold+
50%cold+
—
—
66% warm
50%warm
main wash
12'
12'
9'
—
—
water drain
1’30"
1’30"
1’30"
—
—
water inlet
cold
cold
cold
cold
cold
rinse1
2'
2'
2'
2'
2'
water drain
1’30"
1’30"
1’30"
1’30"
1’30"
spin
2’30"
2’30"
1’30"
1’30"
1’30"
water inlet
cold
cold
cold
cold
cold
2
2'
2'
2'
water drain
1’30"
1’30"
1’30"
1’30"
1’30"
spin
2’30"
2’30"
1’30"
1’30"
1’30"
rinse
water inlet
2' 2'
cold
cold
cold
cold
cold
rinse 3
2’30"
2’30"
2’30"
2’30"
2’30"
water drain
1’30"
1’30"
1’30"
1’30"
1’30"
low spin
2’50"
2’50"
2’50"
2’50"
2’50"
high spin
4’40"
4’40"
—
—
—
delay
30"
30"
30"
30"
30"
tumble
30"
30"
30"
30"
30"
48’30"
48’30"
36’50"
27’20"
27’20"
total
Remark
In the programs 1 & 2 the pre-wash is installable on 4’30" or 6’30" and the main wash installable
on 9' or 12',according to the cabling.
Every time the machine is out of balance during the spin 1 minute is added to the program. (See
electronical repetition system)
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Internal connection of the electrical heating
s
Vermogen
Heating
H
B = Black
GY = Grey
R = Red
PU = Purple
3x220V
R5
3x380V
R5
12kW
3x2kW
3x2kW
s
LC1D253
H
LC1D0901
15kW
3x2kW
3x3kW
s
LC1D253
H
LC1D1810
18kW
3x3kW
3x3kW
s
LC1D323
H
LC1D1810
21kW
3x3kW
3x4kW
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s
LC1D1810
LC1D1810
24kW
3x4kW
3x4kW
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s
s
LC1D1810
LC1D1810
Br = Brow
BU = Blue
W = White
W/B = White/Black
Remark:
Other executions are available as option
Internal connections of the motors
Low speed
220V
High Speed
Low speed
380V
High speed
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HF205/HF234
380V
220V
Yellow/green
Yellow/green
Grey
Grey
Grey
Grey
Brown
Brown
Brown
Brown
Black
Black
Black
Black
Washmotor: White/black
spinmotor: purple
Washmotor: Blue
Spinmotor: White/red
Washmotor: White/black
spinmotor: purple
Washmotor: Blue
Spinmotor: White/red
Thermo-magnetic motor protection
Autom. reset
The thermic overload relay turns off in case of overloading. Because this relay
is installed on automatical reset, after a while the motors are switched back on
automatically.
Installation and type of overload relay
220V
Machine
Man. reset
HF145
HF176
HF205
HF234
Type
value
installation
LR2D13149
LR2D13149
LR2D13149
LR2D13149
7-10A
7-10A
7-10A
7-10A
7A
8A
10A
10A
Type
value
installation
LR2D13109
LR2D13109
LR2D13149
LR2D13149
4-6A
4-6A
7-10A
7-10A
4A
4A
7A
7A
380V
Machine
HF145
HF176
HF205
HF234
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Tilt switch and electronical repetition system
Tilt switch
The tilt switch is mounted on the solid part of the machine. There is a window
around the probe of the tilt switch that is mounted on the movable part of the
machine.
When the machine goes out of balance by overloading or uneven distribution of
the linen, the tilt switch will interrupt this action to prevent damage to the machine.
window
Important
To guarantee good functioning, the probe should be centered horizontally
and vertically at 1/3 from the bottom of the tilt window (when machine drum
is empty).
probe
Electronical
repetition system
The spin is controlled by the electronical repetition system. This system is
responsible for the drive of the different motors during high and low spin.
Operation:
The printboard will be activated during the drain, and the following actions occur:
a) The micromotor of the programmer stops.
b) The distribution speed is activated and the drain valve opened.
c) After the water is drained completely, the machine starts low spin at 500 rpm.
d) After 2’40" low spin, high spin starts at 1000 rpm.
Remarks:
p The duration of the high spin (1000rpm) is determined by the programmer.
p In case the machine is out of balance during spinning, the spin motor will stop while
the linen is redistributed via the wash action. After 30 sec. the machine will try again
to spin.
p Every time the machine is out of balance the spin time shortens by 30 sec. (Not with
PLC-9).
p When the drain valve is obstructed, the same things happen as when the machine
is out of balance.
p After a power failure during spinning, the machine starts at point a) (see operation).
After an interruption by the thermo-magnetic motor protection during spinning,
p the machine starts at point a) of the described operation.
p
Machines with electronical microprocessor PLC-9 have the repetition system
printboard integrated on the main printboard. In this case the repetition process
will be executed no more than 15 times without shortening the spin time.
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Maintenance of the machine
General maintenance
Periodical maintenance
p
Clean the entire cabinet of the machine regularly and remove all traces of soap,
etc....
p
p
p
Remove all detergent residue in the soap dispenser with hot water.
p
It is recommended to leave the door and the soap dispenser open after use,
to ventilate the machine.
p
The V-belts of the motors should be retightened after two to three months
when first used. This is necessary because these belts are subject to a onetime stretching when first used. By ignoring this instruction, the belt starts
to slip after a few months and will brake shortly afterwards.
p
Check regularly if the filters of the water inlet are not blocked by calcification.
Clean the door gasket and remove all detergents and other products.
Shut off the main water, steam and power connections at the end of each day.
Do not change the setting of the water inlet taps on boiler fed machines once
these have been installed.
If a machine frequently skips the final spin, check whether the probe of the
out of balance switch is still in the appropriate position, that is horizontally
centered and vertically 1/3 from the bottom inside the window. (When the
drum is empty).
p
An obstructed drain can cause frequent interruption of spinning for safety
reasons.
p
Repair and after-sales
service
p
In case of important malfunctions and deficiencies which you cannot resolve
yourself, do not hesitate to contact the technical service of your distributor.
Gegevens verdeler:
Name: ...................................................................................
Address: ...............................................................................
Tel.: ......................................................................................
Gegevens machine:
Type: .....................................................................................
Program: ...............................................................................
Date of installation: ...............................................................
Installed by: ..........................................................................
Serial number: .......................................................................
Operation voltage and frequency: ..........................................
The manufacturer reserves the right to change the content of this instruction manual, at all times and without previous notice.
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