Alliance Laundry Systems CHM1766C Installation manual

Programming
Washer-Extractors
Pocket Hardmount
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CHM1766C
Keep These Instructions for Future Reference.
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Part No. F232226
January 2006
Table of
Contents
Safety Information..............................................................................
Explanation of Safety Messages...........................................................
Important Safety Instructions ...............................................................
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Programming ......................................................................................
Entering Program Mode .......................................................................
Cycle and Error Count ..........................................................................
Setup Mode ......................................................................................
Programming Cycle Segments .............................................................
Control Panel ........................................................................................
Options for Each Segment ....................................................................
To Edit an Entire Wash Cycle Formula................................................
Agitation for the Cycle.....................................................................
Wash 1 – Wash 5 .............................................................................
Temperature Controlled Fill ............................................................
Rinse 1 – Rinse 6 .............................................................................
Temperature Controlled Fill ............................................................
Abnormal Conditions............................................................................
Door Open During Operation ..........................................................
Excessive Fill Time..........................................................................
Out of Balance .................................................................................
Door Will Not Open.........................................................................
Excessive Drain Time ......................................................................
Temperature Probe Sensor Problem ................................................
Test Cycle .............................................................................................
Domestic Cycle Charts Custom
Cycles 1 - 24.......................................................................................
International Cycle Charts Custom
Cycles 31 - 46.....................................................................................
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Safety Information
Explanation of Safety Messages
Precautionary statements (“DANGER,” “WARNING,”
and “CAUTION”), followed by specific instructions,
are found in this manual and on machine decals. These
precautions are intended for the personal safety of the
operator, user, servicer, and those maintaining the
machine.
DANGER
DANGER indicates the presence of a
hazard that will cause severe personal
injury, death, or substantial property
damage if the danger is ignored.
WARNING
WARNING indicates the presence of a
hazard that can cause severe personal
injury, death, or substantial property
damage if the warning is ignored.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates the presence of a
hazard that will or can cause minor
personal injury or property damage if the
caution is ignored.
Additional precautionary statements (“IMPORTANT”
and “NOTE”) are followed by specific instructions.
IMPORTANT: The word “IMPORTANT” is used
to inform the reader of specific procedures where
minor machine damage will occur if the procedure
is not followed.
IMPORTANT: The word “NOTE” is used to
communicate installation, operation, maintenance
or servicing information that is important but not
hazard related.
Important Safety Instructions
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock,
serious injury or death to persons when
using your washer, follow these basic
precautions:
W023
1. Read all instructions before using the washer.
2. Refer to the grounding instructions in the
installation manual for the proper grounding of
the washer.
3. Do not wash textiles that have been previously
cleaned in, washed in, soaked in, or spotted with
gasoline, kerosene, waxes, cooking oils, drycleaning solvents, or other flammable or
explosive substances as they give off vapors that
could ignite or explode.
4. Do not add gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents, or
other flammable or explosive substances to the
wash water. These substances give off vapors that
could ignite or explode.
5. Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be
produced in a hot water system that has not been
used for two weeks or more. HYDROGEN GAS
IS EXPLOSIVE. If the hot water system has not
been used for such a period, before using a
washing machine or combination washer-dryer,
turn on all hot water faucets and let the water
flow from each for several minutes. This will
release any accumulated hydrogen gas. The gas is
flammable; do not smoke or use an open flame
during this time.
6. Do not allow children to play on or in the washer.
Close supervision of children is necessary when
the washer is used near children. This is a safety
rule for all appliances.
7. Before the washer is removed from service or
discarded, remove the door to the washing
compartment.
8. Do not reach into the washer if the wash drum is
moving.
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Safety Information
9. Do not install or store the washer where it will be
exposed to water and/or weather.
10. Do not tamper with the controls.
11. Do not repair or replace any part of the washer, or
attempt any servicing unless specifically
recommended in the user-maintenance
instructions or in published user-repair
instructions that the user understands and has the
skills to carry out.
12. To reduce the risk of an electric shock or fire, DO
NOT use an extension cord or an adapter to
connect the washer to the electrical power source.
13. Use washer only for its intended purpose,
washing textiles.
14. ALWAYS disconnect the washer from electrical
supply before attempting any service. Disconnect
the power cord by grasping the plug, not the cord.
15. Install the washer according to the installation
instructions. All connections for water, drain,
electrical power and grounding must comply
with local codes and be made by licensed
personnel when required.
16. To reduce the risk of fire, textiles which have
traces of any flammable substances such as
vegetable oil, cooking oil, machine oil,
flammable chemicals, thinner, etc. or anything
containing wax or chemicals such as in mops and
cleaning cloths, must not be put into the washer.
These flammable substances may cause the
fabric to catch on fire by itself.
17. Do not use fabric softeners or products to
eliminate static unless recommended by the
manufacturer of the fabric softener or product.
18. Keep washer in good condition. Bumping or
dropping the washer can damage safety features.
If this occurs, have washer checked by a qualified
service person.
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19. Replace worn power cords and/or loose plugs.
20. Be sure water connections have a shut-off valve
and that fill hose connections are tight. CLOSE
the shut-off valves at the end of each wash day.
21. Loading door MUST BE CLOSED any time the
washer is to fill, tumble or spin. DO NOT
bypass the loading door switch by permitting the
washer to operate with the loading door open.
22. Always read and follow manufacturer’s
instructions on packages of laundry and cleaning
aids. Heed all warnings or precautions. To reduce
the risk of poisoning or chemical burns, keep
them out of the reach of children at all times
(preferably in a locked cabinet).
23. Always follow the fabric care instructions
supplied by the textile manufacturer.
24. Never operate the washer with any guards and/or
panels removed.
25. DO NOT operate the washer with missing or
broken parts.
26. DO NOT bypass any safety devices.
27. Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this
washer according to the manufacturer’s
instructions may result in conditions which can
produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
NOTE: The WARNINGS and IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS appearing in this
manual are not meant to cover all possible
conditions and situations that may occur. Common
sense, caution and care must be exercised when
installing, maintaining, or operating the washer.
Any problems or conditions not understood should be
reported to the dealer, distributor, service agent or the
manufacturer.
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Programming
NOTE: The machines are factory-programmed
with basic cycles to make the units operational
without programming at the installation.
Entering Program Mode
1. Remove top cover of control panel.
2. Locate Program/Run switch on the computer
board. This is accessed through a cutout in the
metal control unit cover. This switch protrudes
from the rear of the electronic control unit cover.
3. Flip switch to the left (as seen from the front of
machine) to enter Program Mode.
4. Display will show temperature.
Cycle and Error Count
The control logs cycle count (total of all cycles
completed).
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To read, enter Program Mode.
Press START (enter) keypad. Display will show
the cycle count.
Press START (enter) keypad. Display will show
certain error conditions that may have been
recorded by the control.
Read the information when consulting technical
assistance as needed.
Step through the error log by pressing START
keypad repeatedly until display reverts to normal
Program Mode (“0000” or a temperature).
Setup Mode
NOTE: In Setup Mode, certain machine functions
can be configured. The settings in this mode are
related to how the machine is equipped from the
factory. Usually, these settings would not be
changed.
NOTE: Enter Setup Mode through the Program
Mode.
1. Press * keypad. Display will show “FAr” or
“CEL”.
NOTE: This selects whether temperatures display
in degrees Fahrenheit (F) or Celsius (C), if control
is equipped with a temperature sensor. Change
selection by pressing ∧ or ∨ keypad.
NOTE: Changing degrees “FAr” or “CEL” only
has an effect if the control has a temperature probe
connected and/or heat capability.
2. Press START keypad.
3. Select “HEAt” or “noHt”. Change the selection
by pressing the ∧ or ∨ keypad.
NOTE: If set for “HEAt”, the control has heat
capability enabled. The washer-extractor MUST
have electric or steam heat, and a temperature
probe. If display shows “noHt”, or if the message
“HEAt” or “noHt” does NOT display, the control
does NOT have heat capability.
4. Press START keypad to continue to the next step.
5. Select “AFIL” or “SUP5”. For “SUP5”, a fifth or
sixth supply can be programmed in a cycle step.
“AFIL” allows auxiliary fills to be programmed
to low, medium or high water level in a cycle
step.
6. Press START keypad.
7. Select “tFIL” or “ntFL.” “tFIL” allows a
temperature controlled fill to be programmed for
any segment. Select “ntFL” to disable the
feature.
8. Press START keypad.
9. Select “COOL” or “noCL.” “COOL” enables an
automatic cooldown feature allowing cold water
to flush into wash before a drain if temperature is
140°F (60°C) or above. Select “noCL” to disable
feature.
10. Press START keypad.
11. Select “bEEP” (control sounds beeper during
Add Bleach [Supply 2]) or “nobP” (control does
NOT sound beeper during Add Bleach [Supply
2]). Change selection by pressing ∧ or ∨ keypad.
12. Press START keypad.
13. Select “Adv” or “noAd”. “Adv” enables the
rapid advance feature. Select “noAd” to disable
the feature.
14. Press START keypad.
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Programming
Programming Cycle Segments
NOTE: While cycle is running, pressing the START
keypad shows the temperature. Pressing the
START keypad again displays the cycle. Pressing
the START keypad again returns display to time
remaining.
The machine has 30 wash cycles available. 26 wash
cycles are pre-programmed. All wash cycles may be
edited as follows:
1. Enter programming mode. Refer to Entering
Program Mode section.
2. Press “∧” keypad to enter Program Mode.
3. Press the cycle number of the cycle to be edited.
4. Press the START keypad to move into the menu
of options. Refer to Figure 1
Control Panel
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Cycle Keypad “1”
Cycle Keypad “3”
Cycle Keypad “5”
Rapid Advance/Up Edit
Cycle Keypad “2”
Cycle Keypad “4”
Cycle Keypad “6”
Stop/Down Edit
START Keypad
Door Open LED
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Spin Cycle LED
Rinse Cycle LED
Add Bleach LED
Wash Cycle LED
Out-of-Balance Indicator Dot
(Variable-speed only)
High Water Level Indicator Dot
Medium Water Level Indicator Dot
Low Water Level Indicator Dot
Figure 1
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Programming
Cycle
Number
Cycle Name
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Permanent Press Light Soil
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Cotton Terrycloth Light Soil
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Permanent Press Medium Soil
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Cotton Terrycloth Medium Soil
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Permanent Press Heavy Soil
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Cotton Terrycloth Heavy Soil
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Table Napery Blends Colors
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Table Napery Blends Whites
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VISA Table Napery Colors
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VISA Table Napery Whites
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Rags Heavy Soil
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Reclaim
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Personals with Bleach
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Personals No Bleach
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Delicates Spreads Cold Water
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Delicates Spreads Warm Water
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Custom #1
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Custom #2
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Normal 90°C (Pre Wash)
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Normal 90°C
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Normal 60°C (Pre Wash)
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Normal 60°C
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Normal 40°C (Pre Wash)
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Custom #3
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Permanent Press 90°C (Pre Wash)
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Permanent Press 90°C
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Permanent Press 60°C (Pre Wash)
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Permanent Press 60°C
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Fine 40°C
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Custom #4
Table 1
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Programming
Options for Each Segment
Cycle Steps Available
(NOTE: WASH, ADD BLEACH, RINSE, and SPIN
LEDs light ONLY when a cycle formula is in
operation.)
Agitation in effect for cycle
Setting Options for Cycle Steps
(Press START keypad to advance to next row
selection, ∧ to increase a value or change, ∨ to
decrease a value or change, or ∗ to save and exit.)
AG†, AG2††, AG†††, AG4††††
Wash 1-5 (displayed as “USH1”–“USH5”), lights WASH LED (during operation)
Time for agitation (excludes fill, drain, spin, heat)
0 or 2-30 minutes (one-minute increments)
Fill valves (temperature)
Cold, Hot, Warm (Cold & Hot) or “AFIL”†††††
Fill water level control
Low, Medium, or High
Supply
None (0), 1, 2 (liquid bleach††††††), 3, 4, 5†††††††, 6 (1 and 2
together displays as “SUP6”), or 7 (Supply 3 and supply 4
together displays as “SUP7”).
Heat (appears ONLY for models with heat capability)
00F (no heat for segment), or 75°F to 200°F
00C (no heat for segment), or 25°C to 95°C
Drain (Select Drain or No Drain. Final segment drains in
stop routine if No Drain is programmed.)
Drain or No Drain (if No Drain, skips the spin step which
automatically sets that spin time = 0)
Spin time
0 or 60-240 seconds (one-second increments)
Table 2
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AG 1 is 18 seconds forward, 3 seconds off, 18
seconds reverse, 3 seconds off and repeat.
AG 2 is 3 seconds forward, 27 seconds off, 3
seconds reverse, 27 seconds off and repeat.
AG 3 is 10 seconds forward, 20 seconds off, 10
seconds reverse, 20 seconds off and repeat.
AG 4 is 4 seconds forward, 56 seconds off, 4
seconds reverse, 56 seconds off and repeat.
Auxiliary fill (“AFIL”) possible only
whenconfigured for “AFIL” in setup mode.
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ADD BLEACH LED lights if Supply 2 is the
only supply programmed. If set up for “bEEP”
(refer to Setup Mode section), buzzer also sounds
on and off for the the first eight seconds on and
off while ADD BLEACH LED and Supply 2
signal are on. Supply 2 and ADD BLEACH LED
remain on for 45 seconds or until the fill is
completed, whichever comes first. Supply
compartment can be flushed without bleach
prompt and buzzer by programming Supply 5.
Supply compartment flushes automatically with
every fill.
††††††† Appears only if “SUP5” (extra supply)
configured in Setup Mode.
†††††††† For variable-speed only, load balance is
monitored during the Rinse 6 drain step. Up to 3
total attempts are made to balance the load. If
successful on or before the third attempt, the dot
on the top of the leftmost display digit lights. The
control defaults to a safe spin.
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Programming
Cycle Steps Available
(NOTE: WASH, ADD BLEACH, RINSE, and SPIN
LEDs light ONLY when a cycle formula is in
operation.)
Setting Options for Cycle Steps
(Press START keypad to advance to next row
selection, ∧ to increase a value or change, ∨ to
decrease a value or change, or ∗ to save and exit.)
Rinse 1 – 5 (displayed as “rIn1” – “rIn5”), lights RINSE LED (during operation)
Time for agitation (excludes fill, drain, spin, heat)
0 or 2-30 minutes (one-minute increments)
Fill valves (temperature)
Cold, Hot, Warm (Cold & Hot) or “AFIL”†††††
Fill water level
Low, Medium, or High
Supply
None (0), 1, 2 (liquid bleach††††††), 3, 4, 5†††††††, 6 (1 and 2
together displays as “SUP6”), or 7 (Supply 3 and supply 4
together displays as “SUP7”).
Heat (appears ONLY for models with heat capability)
00F (no heat for segment), or 75°F to 200°F
00C (no heat for segment), or 25°C to 93°C
Drain (Select Drain or No Drain. Final segment drains in
stop routine if No Drain is programmed.)
Drain or No Drain (if No Drain, skips the spin step which
automatically sets that spin time = 0)
Spin time
0 or 60-240 seconds (one-second increments)
Rinse 6 (displayed as “rIn6”), lights RINSE LED (during operation)
Time for agitation (excludes fill, drain, spin, heat)
0 or 2-30 minutes (one-minute increments)
Fill valves (temperature)
Cold, Hot, Warm (Cold & Hot) or “AFIL”†††††
Fill water level
Low, Medium, or High
Supply
None (0), 1, 2 (liquid bleach††††††), 3, 4, 5†††††††, 6 (1 and 2
together displays as “SUP6”), or 7 (Supply 3 and supply 4
together displays as “SUP7”).
Heat (appears ONLY for models with heat capability)
00F (no heat for segment), or 75°F to 200°F
00C (no heat for segment), or 25°C to 93°C
Drain (Select Drain or No Drain. Final segment drains in
stop routine if No Drain is programmed.)
Spin time ††††††
0 or 30-240 seconds (one-second increments)
1 - 10 minutes (one - minute increments)
Table 2 Continued)
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AG 1 is 18 seconds forward, 3 seconds off, 18
seconds reverse, 3 seconds off and repeat.
AG 2 is 3 seconds forward, 27 seconds off, 3
seconds reverse, 27 seconds off and repeat.
AG 3 is 10 seconds forward, 20 seconds off, 10
seconds reverse, 20 seconds off and repeat.
AG 4 is 4 seconds forward, 56 seconds off, 4
seconds reverse, 56 seconds off and repeat.
Auxiliary fill (“AFIL”) possible only when
configured for “AFIL” in setup mode.
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ADD BLEACH LED lights if Supply 2 is the
only supply programmed. If set up for “bEEP”
(refer to Setup Mode section), buzzer also sounds
on and off for the first eight seconds while ADD
BLEACH LED and Supply 2 signal are on.
Supply 2 and ADD BLEACH LED remain on for
45 seconds or until the fill is completed,
whichever comes first. Supply compartment can
be flushed without bleach prompt and buzzer by
programming Supply 5. Supply compartment
flushes automatically with every fill.
††††††† Appears only if “SUP5” (extra supply)
configured in Setup Mode.
†††††††† For variable-speed only, load balance is
monitored during the Rinse 6 drain step. Up to 3
total attempts are made to balance the load. If
successful on or before the third attempt, the dot
on the top of the leftmost display digit lights. The
control defaults to a safe spin.
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Programming
To Edit an Entire Wash Cycle
Formula
Enter Program Mode. Refer to Entering Program
Mode. Press the ∧ keypad until display shows
“CY01”.
Select the cycle by pressing the desired cycle number.
Press START keypad to edit the cycle.
Agitation for the Cycle
With display showing “CYXX” (xx = cycle number),
press the START keypad. Display shows “AG1”,
“AG2”, “AG3” or “AG4”. Refer to Table 2 for a
description on Agitation.
Wash 1 – Wash 5
NOTE: Programming a time other than “00” for
Wash 1 will make the WASH indicator LED light
while this step is running, but NOT in Program
Mode.
The main display shows “USH1” indicating you are in
the Wash segment (number will reflect selected Wash
segment 1-5). Press START keypad. Display shows
agitation time during the step: “00” (skips segment) or
2-30 minutes. This is the time after the fill and before
the drain and does not include spin time or time to first
reach a programmed temperature (if your machine is
configured for heat). Press the ∧ or ∨ keypad to alter
the selection, or the START keypad to continue.
Display shows “CFIL”, “HFIL”, “bFIL” (for cold, hot,
or warm [both]) or “AFIL”. Press the ∧ or ∨ keypad to
alter the selection, or the START keypad to continue.
NOTE: Auxiliary Fill (“AFIL”) possible only if
configured for “AFIL” in Setup Mode. If
configured, auxiliary fills can be programmed to
low, medium or high water level in a cycle step.
Display shows “LO”, “nEd”, or “HI” for low, medium,
or high water level, respectively. Press the ∧ or ∨
keypad to alter the selection, or the START keypad to
continue.
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Display shows “SUP0”, “SUP1”, “SUP2”, “SUP3”,
“SUP4”, “SUP5”, “SUP6”, or “SUP7” indicating no
supply, supply 1, supply 2, supply 3, supply 4, supply
5 (supply 1 and supply 2 together), supply 6, or supply
7 (supply 3 and supply 4 together). Press the ∧ or
∨ keypad to alter the selection, or the START keypad
to continue.
NOTE: “SUP5” and “SUP6” appear ONLY if
control is configured for “SUP5” (spare mode set
up to operate as an EXTRA supply signal for
external chemical) in Setup Mode. If the alternate
function for the spare output is selected (“AFIL”),
the output will function as an additional fill valve
signal with a programmable water level. In this
case, extra supply function would NOT be
available.
NOTE: If programmed for “SUP2”, the ADD
BLEACH indicator LED light turns on and the
buzzer sounds while supply 2 is on.
Press the (∧) or (∨) key to alter the selection or START
key to continue.
The washer-extractor has 5 supply compartments,
designated as compartments 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
Compartment 1 is farthest to the rear of machine.
Moving toward the front of machine, compartments
are ordered 2, 3, 4 and 5 (at the front of machine).
Supply signals 1 through 5 correspond to
compartments 1 through 5. Supply signals 1, 2, and 3
have dedicated water valves that flush compartments
1, 2 and 3 (along with the signal being available for
external supplies). Supply signal 4 operates a valve
that flushes compartment 4. The supply signal is
available for external supply connection. This valve is
connected so that it also flushes supply compartment 5
when the supply 4 signal is on. For example, if supply
4 signal is programmed, it will flush compartments 4
and 5. Supply 5 is available to operate an external
supply.
NOTE: For additional assistance, refer to
Installation Instructions.
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Programming
Temperature Controlled Fill
Rinse 1 – Rinse 6
Display shows temperature in degrees F or C.
Display will show degrees F if configured for “FAr”
in Setup Mode, or degrees C if configured for
“CEL” in Setup Mode. Range is 75°F to 200°F, or
00F (no heat for segment), or 25°C to 93°C, or 00C
(no heat for segment).
NOTE: Programming a time other than “00” for
this step will make the RINSE indicator LED light
while this step is running, but not in Program
Mode.
Press the ∧ keypad to increase, or ∨ keypad to
decrease temperature in one-degree increments. The
control will energize heat and pause cycle timing for
up to 40 minutes until the programmed temperature is
first reached.
NOTE: If temperature not reached after
40 minutes, control resumes cycle.
After cycle resumes, control will attempt to maintain
programmed temperature if it senses water in the
machine.
If display shows “drAI”/“nodr” during segment
programming, a drain step option can be selected.
Select “drAI” for a drain step followed by an optional
spin. Select “nodr” for no drain step. The machine will
proceed directly to the next segment if “nodr”. Change
the selection by pressing the ∧ or ∨ keypad. Press
START to continue.
If “drAI” is selected (or if your model does not provide
the option of selecting “drAI”/“nodr”), the display will
show “SPIn” one second, “tInE” one second, and then
the time for spin: “00” (no spin) or 60-240 seconds.
Change the selection by pressing the ∧ or ∨ keypad.
Press START to continue.
The main display shows “rIN1” indicating you are in
the Rinse segment (number will represent Rinse cycle
selected 1-6). Press START keypad. Display shows the
time for agitation during the step: “00” (skips
segment) or 2-30 minutes. This is the time after the fill
and before the drain and does not include spin time.
Press the ∧ or ∨ keypad to alter the selection, or the
START keypad to continue.
Display shows “CFIL”, “HFIL”, “bFIL” (for cold, hot,
warm [both]) or “AFIL”. Press the ∧ or ∨ keypad to
alter the selection, or the START keypad to continue.
Display shows “LO”, “nEd”, or “HI” for low, medium,
or high water level, respectively. Press the ∧ or ∨
keypad to alter the selection, or the START keypad to
continue.
Display shows “SUP0”, “SUP1”, “SUP2”, “SUP3”,
“SUP4”, “SUP5”, “SUP6”, or “SUP7” indicating no
supply, supply 1, supply 2, supply 3, supply 4, supply
5 (supply 1 and supply 2 together), supply 6, or supply
7 (supply 3 and supply 4 together). Press the ∧ or
∨ keypad to alter the selection, or the START keypad
to continue.
NOTE: “SUP5” and “SUP6” appear ONLY if
control is configured for “SUP5” (spare mode set
up to operate as an EXTRA supply signal for
external chemical) in Setup Mode. If the alternate
function for the spare output is selected (“AFIL”),
the output will function as an additional fill valve
signal with a programmable water level. In this
case, extra supply function would NOT be
available.
If programmed for “SUP2”, the ADD BLEACH
indicator LED light turns on and the buzzer sounds
while supply 2 is on.
Press the ∧ or ∨ keypad to alter the selection or
START keypad to continue.
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The washer-extractor has 5 supply compartments,
designated as compartments 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
Compartment 1 is farthest to the rear of machine.
Moving toward the front of machine, compartments
are ordered 2, 3, 4 and 5 (at the front of machine).
Supply signals 1 through 5 correspond to
compartments 1 through 5. Supply signals 1, 2, and 3
have dedicated water valves that flush compartments
1, 2 and 3 (along with the signal being available for
external supplies). Supply signal 4 operates a valve
that flushes compartment 4. The supply signal is
available for external supply connection. This valve is
connected so that it also flushes supply compartment 5
when the supply 4 signal is on. For example, if supply
4 signal is programmed, it will flush compartments 4
and 5. Supply 5 is available to operate an external
supply.
NOTE: For additional assistance, refer to
installation instructions.
Temperature Controlled Fill
Display shows temperature in degrees F or C. Display
will show degrees F if configured for “FAr” in Setup
Mode, or degrees C if configured for “CEL” in Setup
Mode. Range is 75°F to 200°F, or 00F (no heat for
segment), or 25°C to 93°C, or 00C (no heat for
segment).
Press the ∧ keypad to increase, or ∨ keypad to
decrease temperature. Temperature changes in onedegree increments. The control will energize heat and
pause cycle timing for up to 40 minutes until the
programmed temperature is first reached.
If display shows “drAI”/“nodr” during segment
programming, a drain step option can be selected.
Select “drAI” for a drain step followed by an optional
spin. Select “nodr” for no drain step. The machine will
proceed directly to the next segment if “nodr”. Change
the selection by pressing the ∧ or ∨ keypad. Press
START to continue.
If “drAI” is selected (or if your model does not provide
the option of selecting “drAI”/“nodr”), the display will
show “SPIn” one second, “tInE” one second, and then
the time for spin: “00” (no spin) for 60-240 seconds IF
you are in Rinse 1 – 5. If you are in Rinse 6, the time
for spin will show 0 or 1-10 minutes. Change the
selection by pressing the ∧ or ∨ keypad. Press START
to continue.
IMPORTANT: The spin time in Rinse 6 is
programmed in minutes (0-10 minutes, in
one-minute increments), while other spins are in
seconds to allow for shorter times (such as
45 seconds). (Rinse 6 segment should usually be
used as the final rinse, even where there may be
fewer than four rinses. Program zero time for
preceding rinses you wish to exclude.)
Display shows “0000” temperature. Exit Program
Mode by moving the Program/Run switch back to the
left as seen from the front of the machine.
NOTE: The SPIN indicator LED will automatically
light during the wash cycle when the last spin
programmed in a cycle is operating (regardless of
which segment).
NOTE: If temperature not reached after
40 minutes, control resumes cycle.
After cycle resumes, control will attempt to maintain
programmed temperature if it senses water in the
machine.
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Abnormal Conditions
Excessive Drain Time
Door Open During Operation
If cycle aborts, with display flashing “Erdn” with
buzzer sounding, the machine did not empty after
4 minutes 15 seconds in a drain step.
If the control senses either a momentary or sustained
open door while the machine is operating in a wash
cycle, the control immediately attempts to halt rotation
of the cylinder, and all outputs not required to effect
rapid halting of the cylinder rotation de-energize
immediately. The message “door” then displays as
long as the condition persists. Regardless of the
duration of the open door condition, once it is
recognized by the control, the control aborts the cycle
and goes to the stop routine if the door is closed
(otherwise all outputs turn off and display shows
“door”).
Temperature Probe Sensor Problem
If display shows “tSFL”, the machine has a
temperature sensor failure. This could mean the sensor
is not connected or the sensor has failed.
Test Cycle
The test cycle provides a convenient means of
troubleshooting and testing all machine functions
quickly.
Excessive Fill Time
●
Enter Program Mode.
As indicated elsewhere in this definition, fill times
exceeding 10 minutes cause the cycle to abort and the
display flashes “StOP”/“FILL” or “ErFL” and sounds
the buzzer for ten seconds prior to entering the stop
routine (display shows “01” minutes remaining while
in the stop routine).
●
Press the ∨ keypad. Display shows “tESt”.
●
Return the Program/Run switch to the right.
●
Press START keypad. The door locks and the test
mode starts.
●
Display shows “SPC?”. This is a factory test
procedure. Ignore it and the machine will
advance into the test cycle after about
five seconds or go to “bAl?” if variable-speed.
Out of Balance
If the machine goes out of balance, the machine will
attempt to balance the load. After 3 failed attempts, the
display will light the leftmost digit and a lower spin
will be used to complete the cycle.
Door Will Not Open
NOTE: For variable-speed models ONLY, display
shows “bAl?”. This is also a special factory test
procedure. Ignore it and the machine will begin the
test cycle after a few seconds.
At the end of a cycle or at power up, before the control
will allow the door to unlock, control checks for low,
medium or high water level. Control allows the door to
unlock only when machine is empty. If any water level
is indicated, display shows “FULL” while keeping all
outputs off. This condition could indicate a slow drain
system or a mechanical blockage of the drain. Contact
a qualified service technician about display on control.
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Programming
Control Test
Warm fill to low water level
Display flashes “bFIL”/“LO” (WASH LED on), no agitation
Outputs: Motor OFF, Drain closed, hot fill on, cold fill on
Pause after reaching low water
level
Display shows “LO” (no flashing), LOW water level dot ON, no agitation (keypad WASH
LED on); pauses until operator presses ^ keypad
Outputs: Motor OFF, Drain closed
Drain (can advance to next step Display shows “drAI”, no agitation (keypad WASH LED on)
by pressing ^ keypad here)
Outputs: Motor OFF, Drain open
Display flashes “CFIL”/“nEd” (keypad WASH LED on), no agitation.
Cold fill to medium level
Outputs: Motor OFF, Drain closed, cold fill on
Pause after reaching medium
water level
Display shows “nEd” (no flashing), LOW and MEDIUM water level dots ON no agitation
(keypad WASH LED on); pauses until operator presses ^ keypad
Outputs: Motor OFF, Drain closed
Hot fill to high level
Display flashes “HFIL”/“HI” (keypad WASH LED on), no agitation.
Outputs: Motor OFF, Drain closed, hot fill on
Pause after reaching high water Display shows “HI” (no flashing), LOW, MEDIUM, and HIGH water level dots ON, no
level
agitation (keypad WASH LED on); pauses until operator presses ^ keypad
Outputs: Motor OFF, Drain closed
Heat to 110°F (45°C)
Display flashes “HEAt” and the temperature inside the machine while agitating in forward
SKIPS THIS STEP if machine and reverse; continues until temperature reaches 110°F (45°C), then advances to next step.
(keypad WASH LED on)
does not have heat capability
(“noHt” selected in Setup
Outputs: Motor alternates forward 12 seconds, off 3, reverse 12 seconds, off 3 and
Mode)
repeats; Drain closed; Heat ON UNTIL 110°F (45°C) reached
Extra supply / fill spare –
5 seconds (depends on setup)
Display flashes ‘ESUP’ / ‘EFIL’ (keypad RINSE LED on)
Supply 1: 5 seconds (Heat
signal also on (IF at least low
water level – verifies output
even if not heated model)
Display shows ‘SUP1’ (keypad WASH LED on)
Supply 2: 5 seconds (Heat on
also)
Display shows ‘SUP2’ (keypad ADD BLEACH LED on)
Supply 3: 5 seconds (Heat on
also)
Display shows ‘SUP3’ (keypad RINSE LED on)
Supply 4: 5 seconds
Display shows ‘SUP4’ (keypad RINSE LED on)
Outputs: Motor alternates forward 12 seconds, off 3, reverse 12 seconds, off 3 and
repeats; Drain closed; ‘AF’ output ON.
Outputs: Motor alternates forward 12 seconds, off 3, reverse 12 seconds, off 3 and
repeats; Drain closed; Supply 1 ON, HT ON, cold fill ON
Outputs: Motor alternates forward 12 seconds, off 3, reverse 12 seconds, off 3 and
repeats; Drain closed; Supply 2 ON, HT ON, cold fill ON
Outputs: Motor alternates forward 12 seconds, off 3, reverse 12 seconds, off 3 and
repeats; Drain closed; Supply 3 ON, HT ON, cold fill ON
Outputs: Motor alternates forward 12 seconds, off 3, reverse 12 seconds, off 3 and
repeats; Drain closed; Supply 4 ON, cold fill ON
Pause 5 seconds, then Forward
wash speed – 60 seconds
Display shows ‘For’
Outputs: Motor operates wash speed forward; drain closed
Table 3 (Continued)
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Table 3 (Continued)
Pause 5 seconds, then Reverse Display shows ‘rEv’
wash speed – 60 seconds, pause
Outputs: Motor operates wash speed reverse; drain closed
several seconds before entering
drain (next step)
Drain (cannot advance to spin
here)
For 2 speed models: Display flashes “drAI”/“For” (keypad RINSE LED on)
For variable-speed models: Display flashes “drAI”/“For” while operating in low speed
forward; then flashes “drAI”/“dISt” while operating at distribution speed.
If balance fails, repeats the “drAI”/“For” then “drAI”/“dISt” sequence above and balance
indicator is on during “drAI”/“For” message (rebalance attempt). Tries up to 10 times in
TEST cycle, then aborts test cycle.
Outputs: Drain closed for first part of step (less than 20 seconds), then drain off.
2 speed models: Wash speed forward
Variable-speed: Forward during “drAI”/“For”; distribution during “drAI”/“dISt”.
Spin: 2 minutes
Certain models display “SPIn” (keypad SPIN LED on)
while other models display shows “HI 1” (keypad SPIN LED on)
Outputs: Spin (low spin for variable-speed – refer to motor chart below)
Highest Spin speed (variablespeed models ONLY):
2 minutes
For 2 speed models: this step is skipped, goes to coast (the next step)
For variable-speed models: display shows “HI 2” (keypad SPIN LED on) or “HI”
Coast
Displays “SdLY” (spin delay coast)
Outputs: Highest spin speed selected (refer to motor chart below)
Outputs: All off
Stop routine
Display shows “01” (1 minute remaining). Agitates briefly then unlocks the door, shows
“doNE” while sounding the buzzer 10 seconds; “doNE” shows for 20 more seconds.
(DOOR LED on while showing “doNE”, meaning “door ready to open”).
NOTE: ON appears ONLY where motor control
outputs are on (otherwise they are off). Outputs
referenced are on control unit fuse board. Outputs
are as labeled on the fuse board.
Motor Speed Chart
Variable-Speed Motor Control
Outputs
STF
STR
RH
RM
RL
Fixed Speed and
2 Speed Motor
Outputs
Fwd
Rev
Spin
Motor off (no rotation)
Wash speed forward
ON
Wash speed reverse
ON
ON
ON
ON
Distribution (variable-speed ONLY)
ON
Lowest spin (low spin speed “HI 1” for
variable-speed)
ON
Medium spin (“HI 2” – variable-speed ONLY)
ON
ON
Highest spin (“HI 3” – variable-speed ONLY)
ON
ON
ON
ON
NA
ON
NA
ON
ON
ON
NA
ON
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA – Not Applicable
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16
0
Yes
0
Heat (If enabled)
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
7
2
0
Yes
0
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
0
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
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Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
Drain
Heat (if enabled)
Supply
Fill water level
Fill Valves (temperature)
Wash 5 (WASH Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
Drain
Heat (if enabled)
Supply
Fill water level
Fill Valves (temperature)
Wash 4 (WASH Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
0
Yes
Heat (if enabled)
2
Low
Fill water level
Supply
Hot
Fill Valves (temperature)
7
1
Supply
Low
6
0
Yes
0
0
High
Fill water level
Wash 3 (WASH Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
2
Ag1
CY04
2
Ag1
CY05
2
Ag1
CY06
2
Ag1
CY11
Table
Napery
Blends
Colors
2
Ag1
CY12
Table
Napery
Blends
Whites
2
Ag1
CY13
2
Ag1
CY14
2
Ag1
CY15
VISA Table VISA Table
Rags
Napery
Napery
Heavy Soil
Colors
Whites
2
Ag1
CY16
Reclaim
0
Yes
0
2
Low
Hot
7
0
Yes
0
1
Low
Hot
6
0
Yes
0
0
High
0
Yes
0
2
Low
Hot
7
0
Yes
0
1
Low
Hot
7
0
Yes
0
0
High
0
Yes
0
0
High
Warm (Both)
2
0
Yes
0
1
Low
Hot
9
0
Yes
0
0
High
0
Yes
0
2
Low
Hot
7
0
Yes
0
1
Low
Hot
9
0
Yes
0
0
High
Table 4 (Continued)
0
Yes
0
2
Low
Hot
7
0
Yes
0
1
Low
Hot
7
0
Yes
0
0
High
2
0
Yes
0
1
Low
Hot
12
0
Yes
0
0
High
0
Yes
0
0
High
0
Yes
0
0
High
Warm (Both) Warm (Both)
2
0
Yes
0
1
Low
Hot
12
0
Yes
0
0
High
0
Yes
0
2
High
Hot
6
0
Yes
0
1
Low
Hot
10
0
Yes
0
0
High
0
Yes
0
1 & 2 (5)
Low
Hot
12
0
Yes
0
1 & 2 (5)
Low
Hot
12
0
Yes
0
1
High
Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both)
Hot
0
Yes
0
1
Low
Hot
Ag1
CY03
Fill Valves (temperature)
Wash 2 (WASH Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
1
Low
Fill water level
Supply
Hot
Fill Valves (temperature)
7
Ag1
Ag1
Wash 1 (WASH Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
CY02
CY01
Agitation
Cotton
Permanent Cotton Permanent
Cotton
Press
Terrycloth Permanent
Press
Terrycloth
Press
Terrycloth
Medium Heavy
Light Soil Light Soil Medium
Soil
Heavy
Soil
Soil
Soil
Cycle reference (display in Program Mode)
Cycle Steps
Domestic Cycle Charts Custom
Cycles 1 - 24
0
Yes
0
2
Low
Hot
7
0
Yes
0
1
Low
Hot
7
Ag1
CY21
0
Yes
0
0
High
Warm (Both)
7
0
Yes
0
1
Low
Warm (Both)
7
Ag1
CY22
Personals Personals
with
No
Bleach
Bleach
0
Yes
0
0
High
Cold
2
0
Yes
0
1
High
Cold
5
Ag1
CY23
Delicates
Spreads
Cold
Water
0
Yes
0
0
High
Warm (Both)
2
0
Yes
0
1
High
Warm (Both)
5
Ag1
CY24
Delicates
Spreads
Warm (Both)
Water
Programming
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Final Spin (Rinse Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
Fill Valves (temperature)
Fill water level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin Speed
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) minutes
Rinse 5 (Rinse Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
Fill Valves (temperature)
Fill water level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
Rinse 4 (Rinse Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
Fill Valves (temperature)
Fill water level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
Rinse 3 (Rinse Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
Fill Valves (temperature)
Fill water level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
Rinse 2 (Rinse Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
Fill Valves (temperature)
Fill water level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
Rinse 1 (Rinse Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
Fill Valves (temperature)
Fill water level
Supply
Heat (If enabled)
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
2
Hot
High
0
0
Yes
0
2
Hot
High
0
0
Yes
0
2
Hot
High
0
0
Yes
0
2
Hot
High
0
0
Yes
0
Table
Napery
Blends
Whites
CY12
Ag1
CY13
Ag1
CY14
Ag1
Table 4 (Continued)
4
4
4
4
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both)
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
SPN3
SPN3
SPN3
SPN3
SPN3
SPN3
SPN3
SPN3
SPN1
SPN1
SPN3
SPN3
SPN1
SPN1
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
4
Cold
High
3
0
Yes
SPN1
3
2
Cold
High
0
0
Yes
60
4
Cold
High
3
0
Yes
SPN1
3
2
Warm (Both)
High
0
0
Yes
60
Delicates
Personals Personals Delicates
Spreads
with
No
Spreads Warm
(Both)
Bleach
Bleach Cold Water
Water
CY21
CY22
CY23
CY24
Ag1
Ag1
Ag1
Ag1
4
2
2
Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both)
High
High
High
0
0
0
0
0
0
Yes
Yes
Yes
0
60
60
CY16
Ag1
Reclaim
2
2
2
Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both)
High
High
High
0
0
0
0
0
0
Yes
Yes
Yes
0
60
0
2
Hot
High
0
0
Yes
0
CY15
Ag1
VISA Table VISA Table
Rags
Napery
Napery
Heavy Soil
Colors
Whites
2
2
2
2
Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both)
High
High
High
High
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
0
0
0
0
Table
Napery
Blends
Colors
CY11
Ag1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both) Warm (Both)
High
High
High
High
High
High
High
High
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
2
2
Warm (Both) Warm (Both)
High
High
0
0
0
0
Yes
Yes
0
0
Cotton
Cotton Permanent
Cotton
Permanent Terrycloth
Press
Terrycloth Permanent
Press
Terrycloth
Light Soil Light Soil
Medium
Medium Heavy
Soil
Heavy
Soil
Soil
Soil
Cycle reference (display in Program Mode)
CY01
CY02
CY03
CY04
CY05
CY06
Ag1
Ag1
Ag1
Ag1
Ag1
Ag1
Agitation
Cycle Steps
Programming
17
18
Yes
0
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
Yes
0
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
0
Yes
60
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
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Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
Drain
Heat (if enabled)
Supply
Fill water level
Fill Valves (temperature)
Wash 5 (WASH Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
Drain
Heat (if enabled)
Supply
Fill water level
Fill Valves (temperature)
Wash 4 (WASH Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
0
Medium
Cold
Supply
Fill water level
Fill Valves (temperature)
2
90°
Heat (if enabled)
Wash 3 (WASH Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
2
Low
Fill water level
Supply
Hot
Fill Valves (temperature)
10
40°
Heat (if enabled)
Wash 2 (WASH Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
1
High
Fill water level
Supply
Cold
Fill Valves (temperature)
8
60
Yes
0
0
Medium
Cold
2
0
Yes
90°
1 & 2 (5)
Low
Hot
10
Ag1
Ag1
Wash 1 (WASH Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
CY32
CY31
Agitation
60
Yes
0
0
Medium
Cold
2
0
Yes
60°
2
Low
Hot
10
0
Yes
40°
1
High
Cold
8
Ag1
CY33
60
Yes
0
0
Medium
Cold
2
0
Yes
60°
1 & 2 (5)
Low
Hot
10
Ag1
CY34
60
Yes
0
0
Medium
Cold
2
0
Yes
90°
2
Low
Hot
10
0
Yes
40°
1
High
Cold
8
Ag1
CY41
Permanent
Press 90°C
(Pre Wash)
60
Yes
0
0
Medium
Cold
2
0
Yes
90°
1 & 2 (5)
Low
Hot
10
Ag1
CY42
Permanent
Press 90°C
Table 5 (Continued)
60
Yes
0
0
Medium
Cold
2
0
Yes
40°
2
Low
Warm (Both)
8
0
Yes
40°
1
High
Cold
6
Ag1
CY35
Normal 90°C Normal 90°C Normal 60°C Normal 60°C Normal 40°C
(Pre Wash)
(Pre Wash)
(Pre Wash)
Cycle reference (display in Program Mode)
Cycle Steps
International Cycle Charts Custom
Cycles 31 - 46
60
Yes
0
0
Medium
Cold
2
0
Yes
60°
2
Low
Hot
10
0
Yes
40°
1
High
Cold
8
Ag1
CY43
Permanent
Press 60°C
(Pre Wash)
60
Yes
0
0
Medium
Cold
2
0
Yes
60°
1 & 2 (5)
Low
Hot
10
Ag1
CY44
Permanent
Press 60°C
60
Yes
0
0
Medium
Cold
2
0
Yes
40°
2
Low
Warm (Both)
8
0
Yes
40°
1
High
Cold
6
Ag2
CY45
Fine 40°C
CY25
CY26
CY36
CY46
Custom #1 Custom #2 Custom #3 Custom #4
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Final Spin (Rinse Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
Fill Valves (temperature)
Fill water level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin Speed
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) minutes
Rinse 5 (Rinse Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
Fill Valves (temperature)
Fill water level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
Rinse 4 (Rinse Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
Fill Valves (temperature)
Fill water level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
2
Cold
Medium
3
0
Yes
SPN3
2
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
Rinse 2 (Rinse Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
Fill Valves (temperature)
Fill water level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
Rinse 3 (Rinse Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
Fill Valves (temperature)
Fill water level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
2
Cold
Medium
3
0
Yes
SPN3
2
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
Ag1
Ag1
Rinse 1 (Rinse Indicator On)
Time for agitation (minutes)
Fill Valves (temperature)
Fill water level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (only if preceded by ‘drain’) seconds
CY32
CY31
Agitation
2
Cold
Medium
3
0
Yes
SPN3
2
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
Ag1
CY33
2
Cold
Medium
3
0
Yes
SPN3
2
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
Ag1
CY34
2
Cold
Medium
3
0
Yes
SPN3
2
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
Ag1
Permanent
Press 90°C
(Pre Wash)
CY41
Table 5(Continued)
2
Cold
Medium
3
0
Yes
SPN3
2
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
Ag1
CY35
Normal 90°C Normal 90°C Normal 60°C Normal 60°C Normal 40°C
(Pre Wash)
(Pre Wash)
(Pre Wash)
Cycle Reference (Display in Program Mode)
Cycle Steps
2
Cold
Medium
3
0
Yes
SPN3
2
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
Ag1
CY42
Permanent
Press 90°C
2
Cold
Medium
3
0
Yes
SPN3
2
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
Ag1
Permanent
Press 60°C
(Pre Wash)
CY43
2
Cold
Medium
3
0
Yes
SPN3
2
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
Ag1
CY44
Permanent
Press 60°C
2
Cold
Medium
3
0
Yes
SPN3
2
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
2
Cold
Medium
0
0
Yes
60
Ag2
CY45
CY25
CY26
CY36
CY46
Fine 40°C Custom #1 Custom #2 Custom #3 Custom #4
Programming
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