Whirlpool MVW18PDAWW0 User`s manual

Maytag
Multiload Dryer
Microprocessor
User’s Manual
Phase 8.1 / 8.2 / 8.3
Rev 2.6 Coin / Rev 3.2 Non-Coin
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Whirlpool Corporation
Commercial Laundry
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
1-800-662-3587
Part No. 113255- 7
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Table of Contents _____________
NOTES ____________________________________________________
General User Information
Coin Models ......................................... 3
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Introduction to Programming ............ 3
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Programming Coin / Debit Models
Example Changing
“Time for Amount to Start” ............... 3
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Quick Reference Programming
Menu for Coin / Debit / Free Models .. 4
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Programming Selections
Coin / Debit Models ............................ 5
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Faults ................................................... 8
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Events Coin / Debit ............................. 9
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General User Information
Non-Coin Models “OPL Dry Mode” .. 10
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Introduction to Programming .......... 10
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Quick Reference Programming
Menu for Non-Coin (OPL) Models .... 11
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Programming
Non-Coin (OPL) Cycles ..................... 12
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Non-Coin (OPL) Factory Preset
Programs / Parameters .................... 13
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Programming Selections
Non-Coin (OPL) Cycles ..................... 13
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Events Non-Coin (OPL) ..................... 14
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Faults ................................................. 16
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General User Information
Coin Models ___________________
The ENTER (NORMAL) keypad must be depressed to save
any changes that have been made.
Cold Start (Initial / First Use)
Coin / Debit Models
Return service key back to its normal position.
Appliance is programmed at the factory as follows:
Dryer
6 min. dry time/quarter (coin 1)
$.25 dry price
How to use the Keypad to Program Controls
Coin / Debit Controllers
The HEAVY DUTY keypad is used to increase numbers
and scan through menu locations.
Warm Start (After Power Failure)
A few seconds after power is restored, if a cycle was in
progress at the time of the power failure, the display will
prompt “Select Cycle to Restart”. This is to indicate the
need for a fabric setting keypad to be pressed to restart
dryer.
The NORMAL keypad will enter program locations and save
changes made.
The DELICATE keypad is used to decrease numbers and
scan through menu locations.
Pricing
To back out of a program location hold the DELICATE
keypad press NORMAL.
After the door is opened following the completion of a cycle,
the display indicates the cycle price (unless set for free
operation). As coins or debit inputs arrive, the display will
change to lead the user through the initiation of a cycle.
Programming
Coin / Debit Models
Example Changing
“Time for Amount to Start” ____
There are 3 types of pricing:
Fixed Cycle
A dryer set up for “Fixed Cycle” operation can only accept
additional time accumulated by increments equal to the cycle
price.
Below are instructions explaining how to change the time
allotted for the start price on coin machines for all
temperatures. This is meant to be an example as there are
many options and ways to program this controller. All
programming parameters and options are explained in the
following section “programming selections”.
Top Off
A dryer set to offer “Top Off” capability will allow time to be
added to an existing dry cycle in increments equal to the
number of minutes of dry time per quarter (coin 1), up to 99
minutes, regardless of the cost required to start the
machine. When the cycle price is not the same as the
denomination of coin 1, credit in escrow will be applied at a
maximum of the cycle price per keypad press. When the
cycle price is equal to coin 1, all credit in escrow will be
applied with a single keypad press (Accumulator Mode).
1.
NOTE: Be sure the computer has no credit or time existing
before performing this action.
2.
Press the DELICATE keypad once to highlight “Program
Setup” and then press the NORMAL keypad to select.
3.
Press the DELICATE keypad five times to highlight
“VENDING OPTIONS keypad settings” and then press
the NORMAL keypad to select.
4.
Press the NORMAL button to select “REGULAR CYCLE
TIME”.
5.
Use the DELICATE or HEAVY DUTY buttons to raise or
lower the amount of minutes shown in the screen to the
desired amount and then press the NORMAL keypad
to save your change.
6.
Press the DELICATE keypad once to highlight
“REGULAR CYCLE PRICE” then press the NORMAL
keypad to select.
7.
Use the DELICATE or HEAVY DUTY buttons to raise or
lower the price shown in the screen for the amount of
minutes determined in step 5 to the desired amount
and then press the NORMAL keypad to save your
change.
8.
Transition the key switch back to the normal position
and remove key.
NOTE: A maximum of 99 minutes may be purchased; no
additional credit is given when 99 minutes is in the
display.
Free Cycles
This is established by setting the cycle price to zero. When
this happens “SELECT CYCLE” will appear rather than a
cycle price. When the cycle price is set to zero, only one
cycle time is allowed to run. Multiple keypad presses will
not add time and a free cycle will not automatically terminate
when the door is opened.
Introduction to Programming __
The keypad, along with the digital display, is used to setup
the dryer control.
Entering and Exiting Service Mode
Entering:
Coin / Debit Models
Use service key to activate service mode.
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Use the service key to transition the keypad switch.
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Quick Reference Programming Menu for Coin / Debit / Free Models
MACHINE INFO
MONEY
REG CYCLE
SPEC CYCLE
SERIAL NUMBER
SOFTWARE REV
PROGRAM SETUP
CONTROL SETTINGS
LANGUAGE (ENGLISH, FRENCH, SPANISH)
TEMP SCALE (°F, °C)
DECIMAL POINT (DECIMAL, NO DECIMAL)
TOP BACK LIGHT (0-200)
BOTTOM BACK LIGHT (0-200)
MACHINE SETTINGS
KEY FUNCTIONS
DELICATE
Scroll down / decrease value
HEAVY DUTY
Scroll up / increase value
NORMAL
Accept selection
Hold DELICATE, then press
NORMAL to back out of a
location.
MODEL (REVERSING / NON-REVERSING)
LINT CLEANING FREQUENCY (0-3 Hours)
AXIAL MAX TEMP (100-180 F / 38-82 C)
HEAVY DUTY
DRY TEMP (100-160 F / 38-71 C)
COOL TIME (2-9 Minutes)*
REVERSING MODE (OFF / ON)
NORMAL
DRY TEMP (100-160 F / 38-71 C)
COOL TIME (2-9 Minutes)*
REVERSING MODE (OFF / ON)
DELICATE
DRY TEMP (100-160 F / 38-71 C)
COOL TIME (2-9 Minutes)*
REVERSING MODE (OFF / ON)
VENDING OPTIONS
REG CYCLE TIME (1-99 MIN)
REG CYCLE PRICE (0-9.95)
SPECIAL PRICING (OFF / ON)
SPEC CYCLE TIME (1-99 MIN)
SPEC CYCLE PRICE (0-9.95)
VENDING MODE (TOP OFF / FIXED CYCLE)
COIN 1 (0.5 - 9.95)
COIN 2 / TOP OFF (0.5 - 9.95)
ADD COINS MODE (OFF / ON)
PRICE SUPPRESS (OFF / ON)
PAYMENT MODE (COIN & DEBIT / COIN / DEBIT / ENHANCED DEBIT)
CLEAR ESCROW (OFF / ON)
PENNY INCREMENT (0-4)
COUNT SETTINGS
CYCLE COUNT OPT (OFF / NON RESETTABLE)
CYCLE COUNT (REG CYCLE / SPECIAL CYCLE)
MONEY COUNT OPT (OFF / NON RESETTABLE)
MONEY COUNT (VAULT / RESET)
VAULT VIEWING (OFF / ON)
CLOCK SETTINGS
CURRENT HOURS (0-23)
CURRENT MINUTES (0-59)
CURRENT DAY (SUNDAY-SATURDAY)
VIEW CLOCK (TIME / DAY)
SPECIAL START (0-23)
SPECIAL STOP (0-23)
SPECIAL DAY (SUNDAY-SATURDAY)
* NOTE for MLG52XXXXX and MDG52XXXXX, COOL TIME (3-9 Minutes)
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
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FAULT RECORDING
DIAGNOSTIC CYCLE
HELP MODE
FACTORY SETTINGS
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Actual listing will be as follows:
Programming Selections
Coin / Debit Models ___________
MAIN MENU
When service mode is first entered, the control will enter the
SERVICE MODE main menu. This main menu will serve as
the gateway to all of the service mode features. The features
include MACHINE INFO, PROGRAM SETUP, and
DIAGNOSTIC MODE.
NOTE: If a fault occurs while in normal operation, and the
faults were not cleared, then these faults will be displayed
in the upper display when the SERVICE SWITCH has
been transitioned. Pressing the NORMAL keypad will
enable the user to enter into service mode.
MACHINE INFO
2:
PROGRAM SETUP
3:
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
XX.XX
Money
Amount of coin accumulated since last cleared.
REG
CYCLES:
XXXXXX Regular cycles
Total amount of regular cycle run.
SPEC
CYCLES:
XXXXXX Special cycles
Total amount of special cycles run.
SERIAL
NUMBER:
XXXXXX Serial number
The 6 digit serial number entered by the factory.
SOFTWARE
REV:
XXX
Software revision
The software revision loaded on the control board.
NOTE: If money count option is off, the MONEY location
will have a value of 0. Similarly, if cycle count is off, the
REG CYCLES and SPEC CYCLES locations will have a
value of 0.
SERVICE MODE
1:
MONEY:
2: COIN MODEL PROGRAM SETUP
While the control is displaying “SERVICE MODE” and
PROGRAM SETUP is highlighted, press the NORMAL
keypad to enter this menu.
NOTE: All default settings are illustrated in underlined
bold italics.
The HEAVY DUTY/UP ARROW and the DELICATE/DOWN
ARROW keypads will enable the user to scroll through all
the menu items.
1: CONTROL SETTINGS
Each menu in service mode will contain a list of selectable
items. The use of the HEAVY DUTY/UP ARROW and the
DELICATE/DOWN ARROW keypads on the keypad will
enable the currently selected item to change. The currently
selected menu item will appear with a box around it.
CONTROL SETTINGS
1:
If the menu contains a list of items that will lead to a submenu, then the items will be listed in ascending numbered
order starting at one (1). Once the item is selected and
entered, the controls will go to the sub-menu.
If the menu item does not lead to a sub-menu, the items will
only be listed and not numbered. When the item is selected
and entered, the selected item will become highlighted.
LANGUAGE
2:
TEMP SCALE
3:
DECIMAL POINT
4:
(TOP) BACKLIGHT
5:
BOTTOM BACKLIGHT*
1: LANGUAGE
1 MULTILANGUAGE
OFF / ON
Some of these items without a sub-menu do contain
selectable parameters. These parameters will be viewed to
the right of the item. Once the item is highlighted, the
parameter can be changed.
2 LANGUAGE 1
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
1: MACHINE INFORMATION
3 LANGUAGE 2
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
Machine information will display the MONEY, REGULAR
CYCLES, SPECIAL CYCLES, SERIAL NUMBER, and the
SOFTWARE REV. All of the items on the MACHINE
INFORMATION SCREEN will be read only.
2: TEMP SCALE – will display temperatures as degrees
Fahrenheit or Celsius.
°F/°C
MACHINE INFO
3: DECIMAL POINT – changes type of symbol displayed
with amounts of money displayed.
DECIMAL or NO DECIMAL
MACHINE INFORMATION
MONEY:
XX.XX
REG CYCLES:
XXXXXX
SPEC CYCLES:
XXXXXX
SERIAL NUMBER:
123456
SOFTWARE REV:
105
4: TOP BACKLIGHT – adjusts brightness of top display.
0 (adjustable from 0 to 200 where
0 = brightest and 200 is dimmest)
5: *BOTTOM BACKLIGHT – adjusts brightness of
bottom display.
0 (adjustable from 0 to 200 where
0 = brightest and 200 is dimmest)
NOTE: The serial number displayed here may not be
accurate if changes have been made to the dryer. Always
check the serial plate located on the back of the dryer
when ordering parts or requesting service.
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* Only on stack dryers.
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2: MACHINE SETTINGS
3: SPECIAL PRICING
OFF / ON
1: MODEL – Reversing / NON-REVERSING
2: LINT CLEAN FREQ. – adjusts time between prompts
to clean lint.
2
(adjustable between 0-3 hours)
4: SPECIAL CYCLE TIME – adjusts number of minutes
per special cycle price.
6
(1-99 minutes)
NOTE: When the lint frequency is set to 0, the request to
clean lint will occur at the end of each cycle run.
5: SPECIAL CYCLE PRICE – adjusts the amount
required to start a cycle for special cycles.
.25
(0.00 - 9.95) this number will increment in
5 cent intervals.
3: AXIAL MAX TEMP – adjusts axial probes set
temperature
180 (adjustable between
100 - 180° F / 38 - 82° C)
NOTE: When the cycle price is set to 0, only one (1) cycle
time is allowed to run. Multiple keypad presses will not
add time and opening the main door will clear all
remaining time.
3: HEAVY DUTY
1: DRY TEMP
160 (100 - 160° F / 38 - 71° C)
2: COOL TIME
2
(2 - 9 minutes)*
3: REVERSING
OFF / ON
4: NORMAL
1: DRY TEMP
130 (100 - 160° F / 38 - 71° C)
2: COOL TIME
2
(2 - 9 minutes)*
3: REVERSING
OFF / ON
5: DELICATE
6: VENDING MODE – refer to general user information
for explanation.
TOP OFF / FIXED CYCLE
7: COIN 1 – adjusts the numerical value of coin input 1.
.25
(0.00 - 9.95) this number will increment in
5 cent intervals.
8: COIN 2 / TOP OFF – adjusts the numerical value of
coin input 2 unless computer is set to enhanced debit,
then the number will be the top off amount.
1.00 (0.00 - 9.95) this number will increment in
5 cent intervals.
9: ADD COINS MODE – when ON is selected, display
will view number of coins required rather than their
numerical value.
OFF / ON
10:PRICE SUPPRESS – when ON is selected, display
will show “available” or “add” rather than the numerical
value of the money to be added.
OFF / ON
1: DRY TEMP
120 (100 - 160° F / 38 - 71° C)
11: PAYMENT MODE
COIN AND DEBIT
COIN ONLY
DEBIT ONLY
ENHANCED DEBIT
2: COOL TIME
2
(2 - 9 minutes)*
3: REVERSING
OFF / ON
* NOTE for MLG52XXXXX and MDG52XXXXX, COOL TIME
3
(3 - 9 minutes)
6: VENDING OPTIONS
1: REG. CYCLE TIME – adjusts number of minutes per
regular cycle price.
6
(1 - 99 minutes)
NOTE: When a Gen 2 debit card system is connected to
the control, this option will automatically change to
ENHANCED DEBIT.
12:CLEAR ESCROW – when ON, money will be held in
escrow for 30 minutes and without further escrow or
cycle activity will be cleared.
OFF / ON
13:PENNY INCREMENT
0 (0 - 4)
2: REG. CYCLE PRICE – adjusts the amount required to
start a cycle.
.25
(0.00 - 9.95) this number will increment in
5 cent intervals.
NOTE: When the cycle price is set to 0, only one (1) cycle
time is allowed to run. Multiple keypad presses will not
add time and opening the main door will clear all
remaining time.
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This menu item will only be available if the payment mode
is set for debit card systems.
7: COUNT SETTINGS
1: CYCLE COUNT OPT
OFF
NON RESETTABLE
Once this item is turned to NON RESETTABLE, it can not
be shut off!
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2: CYCLE COUNT
REGULAR CYCLES
SPEC CYCLES
Diagnostic Cycle Coin / Debit
-XXXXXX
-XXXXXX
Diagnostic mode enables the user to run the dryer(s) and
access items to troubleshoot a problem with the dryer.
When the diagnostic menu is first selected, the controls will
prompt the user to start a cycle as seen below. This prompt
will be seen on both displays.
3: MONEY COUNT OPT
OFF
ON
NON RESETTABLE
Once this item is turned to NON RESETTABLE, it can not
be turned on or shut off!
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
SELECT CYCLE
4: MONEY COUNT
VAULT
XXXXXX
(If money count option is off,
this value will equal 0)
RESET
NO / YES
NOTE: Once a cycle is selected, the control will clear the
fault condition so that dryer can be started. This will also
clear all credit in escrow and any cycle time remaining on
both pockets.
5: VAULT VIEWING
OFF / ON
When the dryer is still in an idle state, one of the three cycles
must be selected. Once a cycle is selected on one of the
pockets, that pocket will enter into running mode. The time
of the selected cycle will be equal to the value entered as
the “regular cycle time” under “vending parameters”. The
cycle’s temperature will correspond to the selected cycle’s
parameter settings under SETUP mode.
8: CLOCK SETTINGS
1: CURRENT HOUR
00 - 23 (Hour)
(After the time is set, the RAM
setting will be used as default)
2: CURRENT MINUTES
00 - 59 (Minute) (After the time is set, the RAM
setting will be used as default)
3: CURRENT DAY
SUNDAY
Once a cycle has been selected the temperature keys will
now enable the user to access different features.
•
(After the day is set, the RAM
setting will be used as default)
•
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
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NOTE: If the service switch is toggled while a diagnostic
cycle is running and no diagnostic codes are being
reported, the current diagnostic cycle will continue to run
in the normal Customer Mode.
4: VIEW CLOCK
HOUR: MINUTES: SECONDS (In Military Time)
CURRENT DAY
When a cycle is running, the control will display DIAGNOSTIC
MODE at the top of the display.
NOTE: Time setting will not progress when power is
disconnected. The time clock will continue running, only if
optional battery is connected.
If a fault occurs during diagnostic mode, the control will
enter into a fault cool down and the occurring fault will be
displayed. The fault can be cleared by reentering the
diagnostic cycle.
5: SPECIAL START
00 - 23 (Hour)
The help menu allows the user to view the status of different
parts of the dryer. When a feature is highlighted, the center
section will list that feature and its current status. The items
in the help menu will refer to the current running cycle that
was selected in diagnostic mode.
6: SPECIAL STOP
00 - 23 (Hour)
7: SPECIAL DAY
Once a special day has been turned on, that day
will now be highlighted once this menu is
viewed.
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
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SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
Pressing the “HEAVY DUTY” keypad will add time to
current running cycle. (1 minute at a time)
Pressing the “NORMAL” keypad will pause the current
running cycle.
Pressing the “DELICATE” keypad will access the
HELP MENU.
EXH
AXL
RPM 0
MIN
SAIL SWITCH
ON
OFF / ON
OFF / ON
OFF / ON
OFF / ON
OFF / ON
OFF / ON
OFF / ON
B F
D L
CODES
T1
H1
C1
S V
Pressing the HEAVY DUTY keypad will allow the user to
move the highlighted bar around the help menu screen.
The screen shot above shows “S” highlighted. Highlighting
“S” will show the status of the sail switch.
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Pressing the DELICATE keypad will return the controls to
diagnostic mode.
Pressing the DELICATE keypad will return the controls to
diagnostic mode.
The table below shows the standard features available and
the symbol they correlate with.
Codes can be cleared by pressing NORMAL while “codes”
are selected or by selecting Reset Under Events - Fault
Recording.
FEATURE
SYMBOL
FEATURE TEXT
(1st line of 2nd section)
FEATURE
B
BLOWER
Fan output
ON - OFF
F
FORWARD
Forward drive output
ON - OFF
D
DOOR
Main Door
OPEN - CLOSED
L
LINT
Lint Door
OPEN - CLOSED
AXL
AXIAL TEMP PROBE
Axial Thermistor Probe
In Deg. ºF or ºC
CODE
HELP CODE MENU
Help Menu Code
See Help Code Chart Below
RPM
TUMBLER ROTATION SPEED
Tumbler Speed in
Revolutions Per Minute
Revolutions per Minute
EXH
EXHAUST TEMP PROBE
Exhaust Temperature Probe
In Deg. ºF or ºC
S
SAIL SWITCH
Sail Switch
OPEN - CLOSED
T1
THERMOSTAT BURNER 1
Thermostat
(Heat Output Burner 1)
ON - OFF
H1
HEAT RETURN BURNER 1
Heat Return Burner 1
ON - OFF
C1
HEAT RELAY 1 CONTACTS
Heat relay 1 contacts
OPEN - CLOSED
V
VAULT SWITCH
Vault Switch
OPEN - CLOSED
If the help menu feature “CODE” is selected, the center
section will present “help codes”, and “events”. All of the
items in the code menu will automatically scroll up and
continue to scroll until HEAVY DUTY is pressed to select a
new help menu feature.
Screen Layout
EXH 160
MIN 12
CODES
All CODES starting with an “H” represent some condition
that could interfere with the proper functioning of the dryer.
This would include communications problems between the
control board and a debit card reader. There could be up to
3 “H” codes listed within the HELP MENU.
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FEATURE INFORMATION
(2nd line of 2nd section)
H1 represents the last failure recorded.
H2 represents the second to last failure recorded.
H3 represents the third to last failure recorded.
Each help code will be followed by a two (2) digit code. This
(2) digit code will reflect a particular issue.
HELP CODE
B F
Card balance message received from
Gen 2 card reader at improper time.
74
Remaining balance message received
from Gen 2 card reader at improper time.
75
Cycle selected polling message received
from Gen 2 card reader at improper time.
81*
Lower Exhaust Probe Fault
86
(Upper) Exhaust Probe Fault
87
(Upper) Axial Probe Fault
82*
Lower Axial Probe Fault
89
(Upper) Sail Switch Open Fault
88
(Upper) Sail Switch Closed Fault
84*
Lower Sail Switch Open Fault
83*
Lower Sail Switch Closed Fault
RPM 45
CODES
T1
H1
C1
H 1.01
H 2.01
R 0:00
D L
S
V
If a fault occurs while in help mode, the fault will be displayed
as a Help Code or event code.
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CODE DESCRIPTION
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AXL 180
Pressing DELICATE will return you to the HELP
MODE screen.
Pressing and holding DELICATE and NORMAL for 3
or more seconds will clear the fault and return you to
the Diagnostic Cycle start up screen.
The last item listed in the code menu will identify the revision
of the software that is being used on the control board.
Faults _________________________
(D17 Upper or Single)
(D6 Lower)* Exhaust Probe
An exhaust probe fault occurs when the control detects that
the exhaust temperature transducer is reading a
temperature that is out of the probe’s normal operating
temperature range for more than 3-seconds. There is an
automatic fault clearing feature for this fault. If the fault
condition no longer exists, the control will clear the fault
condition and return to READY Mode.
* Only on stack dryers.
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(D18 Upper or Single)
(D2 Lower)* Axial Probe
(D19 Upper or Single)
(D3 Lower)* Exhaust High Temp Fault
An axial thermistor probe fault occurs when the control
detects that the axial thermistor is reading a temperature
that is out of the probe’s normal operating temperature range
for more than 30-seconds, usually an open or shorted probe
condition. There is an automatic fault clearing feature for
this fault. If the fault condition no longer exists, the control
will clear the fault condition and return to READY Mode.
An exhaust high temperature fault occurs when the exhaust
probe is detecting a tumbler temperature that is 20° F above
the maximum dryer temperature set point for more than
10-seconds.
(D5 Coin 1)
(D13 Coin 2) Blocked Coin Drop
This fault occurs if the control senses a blockage in the coin
input. If the coin input is blocked for more than
8-seconds the control will go to out of order and will not
allow the control to start a cycle. This fault has both automatic
and manual fault clearing. If the condition is corrected the
control will recover from out of order immediately after the
blockage is no longer seen.
(D21 Upper or Single)
(D7 Lower)* Sail Switch Closed
A sail switch closed fault occurs when a cycle is starting up
from either READY Mode, PAUSE Mode or any other idle
state. Once a temperature/cycle is selected the control will
start the time and verify the sail switch is open, if it is not, the
control will display on the screen that the control is
“STARTING” and will not turn on the FAN, DRIVE or HEAT.
The control will allow the sail switch 10-seconds to open
before the control faults out with a SAIL SWITCH CLOSED
FAULT. Once a SAIL SWITCH CLOSED FAULT is detected
the control will log the fault and will not allow the cycle to
continue. The control will display “SAIL SWITCH CLOSED
FAULT, SELECT CYCLE TO RESTART, when the fault is
detected.
(D16) Gen 2 Card Reader
Communication Fault
This fault occurs when the control has not received a health
check function from the Gen 2 debit card reader in
30-seconds. If this fault occurs in Ready or Vending Modes,
the control will log the fault and display “OUT OF ORDER”.
Once the control enters READY Mode and the fault has not
been corrected or cleared, the control will display “OUT OF
ORDER”. The fault is self clearing; therefore, once
communication is reestablished, the control will clear the
OUT OF ORDER condition and allow full dryer functionality
again.
(D20 Upper or Single)
(D4 Lower)* Sail Switch Open
A sail switch open fault occurs when a cycle is starting from
either READY Mode, PAUSE Mode or any other idle state. If
the sail switch does not close within the allotted
10-seconds the control will log the fault and will not allow
the cycle to continue. The control will display “SAIL SWITCH
OPEN FAULT, CHECK MAIN DOOR AND LINT ACCESS AND
SELECT CYCLE TO RESTART”. A sail switch open fault can
also occur once a cycle is in process. If the control detects
that the sail switch has opened, the heat will immediately
turn off and if the sail switch fails to close within the allotted
30-seconds, the control will fault and display “SAIL SWITCH
OPEN FAULT, CHECK MAIN DOOR AND LINT ACCESS AND
SELECT CYCLE TO RESTART”.
* Only on stack dryers.
Events Coin / Debit ____________
(E1 Upper or Single)
(E4 Lower)* Radiant Sensor Fault Count
A radiant sensor fault count will occur when a gas model
dryer attempts to turn on the burner system and never
receives a 120V return signal within a predefined time.
(E2 Upper or Single)
(E5 Lower)* Burner Igniter Fault Count
(D22 Upper or Single)
(D8 Lower)* Latched Heat Relay
A burner ignition fault count will occur when a gas model
dryer attempts to turn on the burner system and receives a
120V on the burner return signal but it does not transition to
a 0V return signal within a predefined time.
A latched heat relay fault occurs when the control detects
that the heat relay contacts are closed when the heat output
should be off. In the event the control detects that the relay
is closed and the heat signal should be off, the control will
immediately shut down and will open the interposing relay.
(E3 Upper or Single)
(E6 Lower)* Exhaust High Limit
This location is a count of the times that the exhaust high
limit has been sensed in the open position.
(D23 Upper or Single)
(D15 Lower)* Burner Return Voltage
(E7 Coin 1)
(E8 Coin 2) Bad Coin Count
A burner return voltage fault occurs when the control detects
that the burner return signal is active but the heat relay
contacts are open and the heat output should be off. In the
event the control detects that the signal is active and the
heat signal should be off, the control will immediately shut
down and will open the interposing relay.
This location is a count of all the bad coin occurrences that
were detected from the coin input.
* Only on stack dryers.
(D14 Upper or Single)
(D12 Lower)* Rotation Sensor Fault
A rotation sensor fault occurs when the control is in a cycle
and does not detect any rotation sensor pulses in more
than 10-seconds.
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(E9 Upper or Single)
(EB Lower)* Forward Rotation Sensor Fault
A forward rotation fault pertains only to reversing machines.
The way this fault works is if the dryer is reversing and is
running a cycle that has the reversing option enabled, if a
rotation sensor fault condition is detected, the drive output
would be shut off. Then the dryer will transition to a reversing
drive output. If the dryer continues to run without an issue,
the machine will continue to run with the forward drive output
disabled until the next cycle is started. If the Reversing
Mode also fails the control will enter a ROTATION SENSOR
FAULT disabling the machine. The next cycle should operate
with both drive outputs, that way, if the issue still exists the
control will fault out again disabling the fault drive output.
(EA Upper or Single)
(EC Lower)* Reverse Rotation Sensor Fault
REVERSE ROTATION SENSOR FAULT is identical to
FORWARD ROTATION FAULT, however it pertains to the
reversing drive output instead of the forward drive output.
General User Information
Non-Coin Models
“OPL Dry Mode”_______________
Cold Start (Initial / First Use)
This appliance has 20 preset cycles, which are ready for
use. To start the unit, use the UP ( ⇑ ) and DOWN ( ⇓ ) ARROW
keypads to scroll through the preset cycles, until the desired
cycle is highlighted, then press the START/ENTER ()
keypad. A detailed description of the preset cycles is on a
chart on page 13. While a cycle is running you can press
the STOP (X) button once to pause the cycle or twice to clear
it completely.
Hot Keys
Clear Current Drying Cycle
While machine is idle displaying “CYCLE PAUSED
RESTART CYCLE” OR “PRESS PAUSE TO CLEAR”, press
the STOP (X) keypad and the cycle will be terminated.
* Only on stack dryers.
Clear Fault Message
NOTES ____________________________________________________
While machine is displaying any fault message press and
hold the STOP (X) keypad for 3-seconds.
___________________________________________________________
Introduction to Programming __
___________________________________________________________
The keypad, along with the digital display, is used to setup
the dryer control.
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Entering and Exiting Service Mode
Entering:
Non-Coin (OPL) Models
To enter the Program Mode you must hold the STOP (X)
keypad and the UP ARROW ( ⇑ ) keypad down.
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Exiting:
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The ENTER () keypad must be depressed to save any
changes that have been made.
___________________________________________________________
Non-Coin (OPL) Models
Exit Service Mode by pressing the STOP (X) keypad.
___________________________________________________________
How to use the Keypad to Program Controls
___________________________________________________________
Non-Coin (OPL) Controllers
The UP ARROW (⇑ ) is used to increase numbers and scan
through menu locations.
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The DOWN ARROW (⇓ ) is used to decrease numbers and
scan through menu locations.
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The START/ENTER () keypad will enter program locations
and save changes made.
___________________________________________________________
To back out of a menu location hit the STOP/PAUSE (X)
keypad.
___________________________________________________________
Before proceeding it is worth noting that, it is not required to
do any programming to use. The controls are preset.
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Quick Reference Programming Menu for Non-Coin (OPL) Models
MACHINE INFO
HOURS
SERIAL NUMBER
SOFTWARE
PROGRAM SETUP
CONTROL SETTINGS
KEYPAD FUNCTIONS
DOWN ARROW ( ⇓ )
LANGUAGE MULTI LANGUAGE (LANGUAGE 1, LANGUAGE 2)
TEMP SCALE (°F, °C)
BUZZER SETTINGS (END OF CYCLE, BEEP COUNT)
BACKLIGHT (0-200)
Scroll down / decrease value
UP ARROW ( ⇑ )
Scroll up / increase value
ENTER ()
Accept selection
PAUSE / STOP (X)
Back out of a location
MACHINE SETTINGS
LINT CLEANING FREQUENCY (0-3 HOURS)
AXIAL MAX TEMP (100° - 180° F / 38° - 82° C)
BURNER SETUP ONE BURNER / TWO BURNERS
AUTO ADJUST (1-255)
SEARCH PERIOD (1-255)
VENDING OPTIONS
DEBIT CARD SETUP (OFF, GEN 1, GEN 2)
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
FAULT RECORDING
DIAGNOSTIC CYCLE
HELP MENU
MACHINE SETUP
Note: this location is password protected (password is enter [] keypad four times).
MODEL
GAS NON-REVERSING, ELECTRIC NON-REVERSING,
STEAM NON-REVERSING,
GAS REVERSING, ELECTRIC REVERSING, STEAM REVERSING
DRYER TYPE
COIN / FREE
OPL
FACTORY SETTINGS Note: this location is password protected (contact factory if information is necessary)
DRYER CYCLES
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DENIM
HEAVY
TOWELS
HAND TOWELS
HEAVY DUTY
SHEETS
COTTONS
DELICATE
EXTRA DELICATE
WRINKLE REMOVAL
TOUCH UP
CASUAL
DUVET
HAND WASH
SILK
WOOLENS
AIR
NEW CYCLE 1
MOP HEADS
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Programming
Non-Coin (OPL) Cycles ________
Choosing Cycle to Program
At the “SELECT CYCLE” message, use the UP ( ⇑ ) and
DOWN ( ⇓ ) ARROW keypads to select the cycle that you
would like to change.
Once the desired cycle is highlighted, press and hold the
STOP (X) and then ENTER (). This will allow the user to
view and edit each particular cycle’s settings. Using the UP
( ⇑ ) and DOWN (⇓ ) ARROW keypads will allow the user to
scan through the settings. Pressing the ENTER () keypad
while the setting is highlighted, will allow the user to adjust
that particular setting.
NOTE: A cycle can only be programmed if the controller
is in the “SELECT CYCLE” state, no fault condition exists,
and all doors are closed.
Programming Cycle Name
This option will allow the user to rename the cycle that was
chosen under the “CYCLE SETTINGS” message. Up to 16
characters are available for each cycle name.
When “CYCLE NAME” is chosen by pressing the ENTER
() keypad, the display will transition to an edit “CYCLE
NAME” menu. The name will change to 16 underlined
character spaces. Pressing STOP (X) will exit out of the
“CYCLE NAME” menu and none of the changes will be
saved.
DRY LEVEL
(Only applies if AUTO cycle is selected)
FIN (FINISHING)
DRY
XDRY
DRY TEMP
100° to 160° F (degrees Fahrenheit)
38° to 71° C (degrees Celsius)
COOL DOWN TIME
2 to 99 M (minutes)
3 to 99 M (minutes) for MDG52XXXXX
COOL DOWN TEMP
70° to 100° F (degrees Fahrenheit)
21° to 38° C (degrees Celsius)
REVERSING MODE
OFF / ON
REV SPIN TIME
60 to 240 S (seconds)
REV STOP TIME
5 to 10 S (seconds)
CYCLE ENABLED
No / Yes
NOTES ____________________________________________________
Example:
A
_
_
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_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
Use the UP ( ⇑ ) and DOWN ( ⇓ ) ARROW keypads to scroll
through the available characters. The available characters
are A-Z, space, and 0-9. Once the ENTER () keypad is
pressed, the next character can now be changed.
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
Example:
T
A
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
___________________________________________________________
_
___________________________________________________________
Once the last character is entered, choose the and press
ENTER (). This will save the new cycle name.
___________________________________________________________
NOTE: There is no need to enter spaces in any of the
remaining character spaces. Once the is selected, all
remaining characters will become spaces.
___________________________________________________________
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Programming Cycle Settings
To change a particular cycle setting, use the UP ( ⇑ ) and
DOWN ( ⇓ ) ARROW keypads to scroll through the selection
and the ENTER () keypad to save your selection.
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
CYCLE TYPE
AUTO
MANUAL
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
CYCLE TIME
(Only applies if MANUAL cycle is selected)
0 to 99 M (minutes)
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___________________________________________________________
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Non-Coin (OPL) Factory Preset Programs / Parameters ___________
The following are the default cycle descriptions:
Cycle
Name
Cycle
Type
Dryness
Cool Down (Manual Only)
Time
Level
Temp
Auto /
Manual
Manual
Only
Auto
Only
100º F - 160º F
38º C - 71º C
2-99 min.
70º F - 100º F
21º C - 38º C
Time
Temp
Reversing
Mode
Spin
Stop
Off / On
120-240 sec.
5-10 sec.
1
DENIM
AUTO
50
DRY
160º F / 71º C
4
100º F / 38º C
ON
240
5
2
HEAVY
AUTO
50
DRY
155º F / 68º C
4
100º F / 38º C
OFF
240
5
3
TOWELS
AUTO
40
XDRY
160º F / 71º C
2*
100º F / 38º C
ON
240
5
4
HAND TOWELS
AUTO
40
DRY
155º F / 68º C
2*
100º F / 38º C
OFF
240
5
5
HEAVY DUTY
AUTO
40
XDRY
155º F / 68º C
2*
100º F / 38º C
OFF
240
5
6
HEAVY DUTY
AUTO
40
DRY
145º F / 63º C
2*
100º F / 38º C
ON
240
5
7
SHEETS
AUTO
40
DRY
141º F / 61º C
2*
100º F / 38º C
ON
60
5
8
COTTONS
AUTO
40
FIN
140º F / 60º C
2*
100º F / 38º C
OFF
240
5
9
DELICATE
AUTO
40
FIN
130º F / 54º C
2*
70º F / 21º C
OFF
240
5
10
EXTRA DELICATE
AUTO
40
FIN
100º F / 38º C
2*
70º F / 21º C
OFF
240
5
11
WRINKLE REMOVAL
MANUAL
5
DRY
160º F / 71º C
2*
70º F / 21º C
OFF
240
5
12
TOUCH UP
MANUAL
15
DRY
155º F / 68º C
2*
100º F / 38º C
OFF
240
5
13
CASUAL
MANUAL
40
DRY
150º F / 66º C
2*
100º F / 38º C
OFF
240
5
14
DUVET
MANUAL
50
DRY
125º F / 52º C
4
70º F / 21º C
ON
120
5
15
HAND WASH
MANUAL
20
DRY
125º F / 52º C
4
70º F / 21º C
ON
240
5
16
SILK
MANUAL
20
DRY
125º F / 52º C
10
70º F / 21º C
ON
240
5
17
WOOLENS
MANUAL
30
DRY
100º F / 38º C
10
70º F / 21º C
ON
240
5
18
AIR
MANUAL
0
DRY
100º F / 38º C
20
70º F / 21º C
ON
240
5
19
NEW CYCLE 1
MANUAL
99
DRY
160º F / 71º C
2*
100º F / 38º C
ON
60
5
20
MOP HEADS
MANUAL
30
DRY
110º F / 43º C
10
100º F / 38º C
OFF
240
5
* Note for MDG52XXXXX, Cool Down Time 3 (Minutes)
If the menu contains a list of items that will lead to a
sub-menu, then the items will be listed in ascending
numbered order starting at one. Once the item is selected
and entered, the controls will go to the sub-menu.
Programming Selections
Non-Coin (OPL) Cycles ________
Main Menu
If the menu item does not lead to a sub-menu, the items will
only be listed and not numbered. When the item is selected
and entered, the selected item will become highlighted.
When SERVICE Mode is first entered, the control will enter
the SERVICE Mode main menu. This main menu will serve
as the gateway to all of the SERVICE Mode features. The
features include: MACHINE INFO, PROGRAM SETUP,
DIAGNOSTIC MODE, MACHINE SETUP, FACTORY
SETTINGS and DRYER CYCLES.
Some of these items without a sub-menu do contain
selectable parameters. These parameters will be viewed
to the right of the item. Once the item is highlighted, the
parameter can be changed.
NOTE: If a fault occurs while in normal operation, and the
faults were not cleared, then these faults will be
displayed in Service Mode. Pressing the MED/ENTER
( ⇓ ) keypad will enable the user to enter into Service
Mode.
1: MACHINE INFORMATION
Machine information will display the SOFTWARE REV. This
item on the MACHINE INFORMATION SCREEN is read only.
Actual listing is shown as follows:
SERVICE MODE
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
SOFTWARE REV: XXX The software revision loaded on the
control board.
MACHINE INFO
PROGRAM SETUP
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
MACHINE SETUP
FACTORY SETTINGS
DRYER CYCLE
2: PROGRAM SETUP
While the control is displaying “SERVICE MODE” and
PROGRAM SETUP is highlighted, press the ENTER ()
keypad to open this menu.
NOTE: All default settings are illustrated in underlined
bold italics.
The LOW/DOWN ARROW ( ⇓ ) keypad will enable the user to
scroll through all the menu items.
1: CONTROL SETTINGS
Each menu in Service Mode will contain a list of selectable
items. The use of the HI or UP ARROW ( ⇑ ) keypad and the
LOW or DOWN ARROW ( ⇓ ) keypad on the keypad will enable
the currently selected item to change. The currently selected
menu item will appear with a box around it.
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1: LANGUAGE
1: MULTI LANGUAGE
ON / OFF
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2: LANGUAGE 1 – allows the user to change the
language shown on the display.
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
ITALIAN
DUTCH
JAPANESE
GERMAN
3: LANGUAGE 2 – allows the user to change the
second language on the display if multi
language is set to “ON”.
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
ITALIAN
DUTCH
JAPANESE
GERMAN
3: HI KEYPAD SETTINGS (not applicable)
4: MED KEYPAD SETTINGS (not applicable)
5: LOW KEYPAD SETTINGS (not applicable)
6: VENDING OPTIONS (not applicable)
3: DIAGNOSTIC MODE NON-COIN (OPL)
1: FAULT RECORDING
1: DRYER FAULTS
When a fault is recorded, it can be viewed in this location. If
no fault(s) has been recorded, then “NO FAULTS” will be
displayed.
1: (Description of fault)
2: (Description of fault)
2: TEMP SCALE – will display temperatures as
degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius.
°F/°C
3: (Description of fault)
4: (Description of fault)
3: BUZZER SETTINGS
1. END OF CYCLE – controls audible beep
OFF / ON
5: (Description of fault)
2. BEEP COUNT – adjusts number of beeps
(duration) (adjustable between 1-10 beeps)
5
2: EVENTS
E1:XX
E2:XX
E3:XX
E4:XX
E5:XX
E6:XX
E7:XX
E8:XX
E9:XX
EA:XX
ED:XX
RESET
This will reset all of the event counts to 0.
4: BACKLIGHT – adjusts brightness of display.
0
(adjustable from 0 to 200
0 = brightest and 200 = dimmest)
5: READY PROMPT (not applicable)
2: MACHINE SETTINGS
1: LINT CLEAN FREQ. – adjusts time between
prompts to clean lint.
3
(adjustable between 0 - 3 hours,
0 being off)
2: AXIAL MAX TEMP – adjusts axial probes set
maximum temperature
180 (adjustable between
100° - 180° F / 38° - 82° C)
3: BURNER SETUP
One burner / Two burner
NOTE: 20 to 35 lb capacity must be set as one and
50 and 75 lb capacity must be set as two.
All CODES starting with an “E” represent an event. An event
failure is one that would still allow the dryer to run in a safe
condition. The number after the “E” code indicates the
amount of times that event failure occurred.
Events Non-Coin (OPL) ________
NOTE: Not all events in the list above are active in noncoin (OPL) mode. Only the active codes are listed here.
E1 Radiant Sensor Fault Count
4: AUTO ADJUST – for auto cycle adjustment
7
(adjustable from 1 - 255)
NOTE: 20 lb capacity should be set as 4.
30 to 50 lb capacity should be set as 7.
75 lb capacity should be set as 3.
5: SEARCH PERIOD – for auto cycle adjustment
120 (adjustable from 1 - 255)
A radiant sensor fault count will occur when a gas model
dryer attempts to turn on the burner system and never
receives a 120V return signal within a predefined time.
E2 Burner Igniter Fault Count
A burner ignition fault count will occur when a gas model
dryer attempts to turn on the burner system and receives a
120V on the burner return signal but it does not transition to
a 0V return signal within a predefined time.
E3 Exhaust High Limit
This location is a count of the times that the exhaust high
limit has been sensed in the open position.
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E9 Forward Rotation Sensor Fault
When a cycle is running, the control will display DIAGNOSTIC
MODE at the top of the display.
A forward rotation fault pertains only to reversing machines.
The way this fault works is if the dryer is reversing and is
running a cycle that has the reversing option enabled, if a
rotation sensor fault condition is detected, the drive output
would be shut off. Then the dryer will transition to a reversing
drive output. If the dryer continues to run without an issue,
the machine will continue to run with the forward drive output
disabled until the next cycle is started. If the Reversing
Mode also fails the control will enter a ROTATION SENSOR
FAULT disabling the machine. The next cycle should operate
with both drive outputs, that way, if the issue still exists the
control will fault out again disabling the fault drive output.
If a fault occurs during Diagnostic Mode, the control will
enter into a fault cool down and the occurring fault will be
displayed. The fault can be cleared by reentering the
diagnostic cycle.
3: HELP MENU
The help menu allows the user to view the status of different
parts of the dryer. When a feature is highlighted, the center
section will list that feature and its current status. The items
in the help menu will refer to the current running cycle that
was selected in Diagnostic Mode.
EA Reverse Rotation Sensor Fault
Pressing the HI/UP ARROW ( ⇑ ) keypad will allow the user
to move the highlighted bar around the help menu screen.
For example, highlighting “S” will show the status of the sail
switch.
REVERSE ROTATION SENSOR FAULT is identical to
FORWARD ROTATION FAULT, however it pertains to the
reversing drive output instead of the forward drive output.
Pressing the PAUSE/STOP (X) keypad will return the controls
to Diagnostic Mode.
ED S.A.F.E. Disabled – Water Not Connected
This event pertains only to dryers with a fire detection system.
If the control senses a lack of water pressure, this event will
appear.
The table below shows the standard features available and
the feature symbol they correlate with.
2: DIAGNOSTIC CYCLE
FEATURE
SYMBOL
FEATURE
TEX T
FE ATURE
FEATURE
INFORMATION
Diagnostic Mode enables the user to run the dryer and
access items to troubleshoot a problem with the dryer.
EXH
EXHAUST
TEMP PROBE
Exhaust
Temperature Probe
AXL
AXIAL TEMP PROBE
Axial Thermistor Probe (in Deg. F or C)
When the diagnostic menu is first selected, the controls will
prompt the user to start one of the defined cycles.
RPM
TUMBLER
ROTATION SPEED
Tumbler Speed
Revolutions/Minute
R.P.M.
MIN
TIME REMAINING
Time remaining
in the diag. cycle
0 to 99
(in minutes)
DIAGNOSTIC MODE
DENIM
HEAVY
TOWELS
NOTE: Once a cycle is selected, the control will clear the
fault condition so that dryer can be started. This will also
clear all credit in escrow and any cycle time remaining on
both pockets.
When the dryer is still in an idle state, a cycle must be
selected. Once a cycle is selected, the unit will enter into
Running Mode. The cycle’s time and temperature will
correspond to the selected cycle’s parameter settings under
SETUP Mode.
Once a cycle has been selected the keys will now enable
the user to access different features.
•
Pressing the HI/UP ARROW ( ⇑ ) keypad will increase
the time of the current running cycle. (1 minute at a
time.)
•
Pressing the LOW/DOWN ARROW ( ⇓ ) keypad will
decrease the time of the current running cycle.
(1 minute at a time.)
•
Pressing the PAUSE/STOP (X) keypad will pause the
current running cycle.
•
Pressing the MED/ENTER () keypad will access the
HELP MENU.
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(in Deg. F or C)
CODE
HELP CODE MENU
Help Menu Code
Help Codes
T1
THERMOSTAT
BURNER 1
Thermostat
(Heat Output Burner 1)
ON - OFF
T2*
THERMOSTAT
BURNER 2
Thermostat
(Heat Output Burner 2)
ON - OFF
H1
HEAT RETURN BURNER 1
Heat Return Burner 1
ON - OFF
H2*
HEAT RETURN BURNER 2
Heat Return Burner 2
ON - OFF
C1
HEAT RELAY 1 CONTACTS
Heat relay 1 contacts
OPEN - CLOSED
C2*
HEAT RELAY 2 CONTACTS
Heat relay 2 contacts
OPEN - CLOSED
B
BLOWER
Fan output
ON - OFF
F
FORWARD
Forward drive output
ON - OFF
R
REVERSE
Shows reversing relay
is on
ON - OFF
D
DOOR
Main Door
OPEN - CLOSED
L
LINT
Lint Door
OPEN - CLOSED
P
WATER PRESSURE
H2O Input
ON - OFF
S
SAIL SWITCH
Sail Switch
OPEN - CLOSED
V
VAULT SWITCH
Vault Switch
OPEN - CLOSED
W
WATER OUTPUT
S.A.F.E. output
ON - OFF
* Indicating that two burners are being used.
If the help menu feature “CODE” is selected, the center
section will present “Help Codes” and “Events”. All of the
items in the code menu will automatically scroll up and
continue to scroll until the LOW/DOWN ARROW ( ⇓ ) keypad
is pressed to select a new help menu feature.
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D21 Sail Switch Closed
All CODES starting with an “H” represent some condition
that could interfere with the proper functioning of the dryer.
There could be up to 3 “H” codes listed within the HELP
MENU.
•
•
•
A sail switch closed fault occurs when a cycle is starting up
from either READY Mode, PAUSE Mode or any other idle
state. Once a temperature/cycle is selected the control will
start the time and verify the sail switch is open, if it is not, the
control will display on the screen that the control is
“STARTING” and will not turn on the FAN, DRIVE or HEAT.
The control will allow the sail switch 10-seconds to open
before the control faults out with a SAIL SWITCH CLOSED
FAULT. Once a SAIL SWITCH CLOSED FAULT is detected
the control will log the fault and will not allow the cycle to
continue. The control will display “SAIL SWITCH CLOSED
FAULT, SELECT CYCLE TO RESTART, when the fault is
detected.
H1 represents the last failure recorded.
H2 represents the second to last failure recorded.
H3 represents the third to last failure recorded.
Each Help Code (H1, H2, or H3) will be followed by a two
digit code. This two digit code will reflect a particular issue.
See table below for Help Code Descriptions.
HELP CODE
CODE DESCRIPTION
86
Exhaust Probe Fault
87
Axial Probe Fault
89
Sail Switch Open Fault
88
Sail Switch Closed Fault
90
Rotation Sensor Fault
92
Gen 2 Card Reader Communication Fault
E1
Radiant Sensor fault count
E2
Burner Ignitor fault count
E3
Exhaust High Limit
E9
Forward rotation sensor fault count
EA
Reverse rotation sensor fault count
ED
S.A.F.E. DISABLED – Water not connected
D20 Sail Switch Open
A sail switch open fault occurs when a cycle is starting from
either READY Mode, PAUSE Mode or any other idle state. If
the sail switch does not close within the allotted
10-seconds the control will log the fault and will not allow
the cycle to continue. The control will display “SAIL SWITCH
OPEN FAULT, CHECK MAIN DOOR AND LINT ACCESS AND
SELECT CYCLE TO RESTART”. A sail switch open fault can
also occur once a cycle is in process. If the control detects
that the sail switch has opened, the heat will immediately
turn off and if the sail switch fails to close within the allotted
30-seconds, the control will fault and display “SAIL SWITCH
OPEN FAULT, CHECK MAIN DOOR AND LINT ACCESS AND
SELECT CYCLE TO RESTART”.
If a fault occurs while in Help Mode, the fault will be displayed
as a Help Code or Event Code.
D22 Latched Heat Relay
Codes can be cleared by pressing and holding the PAUSE/
STOP (X) keypad for 3-seconds.
The last item listed in the code menu will identify the revision
of the software that is being used on the control board.
A latched heat relay fault occurs when the control detects
that the heat relay contacts are closed when the heat output
should be off. In the event the control detects that the relay
is closed and the heat signal should be off, the control will
immediately shut down and will open the interposing relay.
Faults _________________________
D23 Burner Return Voltage
D17 Exhaust Probe
A burner return voltage fault occurs when the control detects
that the burner return signal is active but the heat relay
contacts are open and the heat output should be off. In the
event the control detects that the signal is active and the
heat signal should be off, the control will immediately shut
down and will open the interposing relay.
An exhaust probe fault occurs when the control detects that
the exhaust temperature transducer is reading a
temperature that is out of the probe’s normal operating
temperature range for more than 3-seconds. There is an
automatic fault clearing feature for this fault. If the fault
condition no longer exists, the control will clear the fault
condition and return to READY Mode.
D14 Rotation Sensor Fault
A rotation sensor fault occurs when the control is in a cycle
and does not detect any rotation sensor pulses in more
than 10-seconds.
D18 Axial Probe
An axial thermistor probe fault occurs when the control
detects that the axial thermistor is reading a temperature
that is out of the probe’s normal operating temperature range
for more than 30-seconds, usually an open or shorted probe
condition. There is an automatic fault clearing feature for
this fault. If the fault condition no longer exists, the control
will clear the fault condition and return to READY Mode.
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D19 Exhaust High Temp Fault
An exhaust high temperature fault occurs when the exhaust
probe is detecting a tumbler temperature that is 20° F above
the maximum dryer temperature set point for more than
10-seconds.
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