Electrolux W455H Installation manual

Installation manual
W455H
438 9067-51/EN
07.36
Contents
Contents
Technical data............................................................................................... 3
Installation..................................................................................................... 7
Siting........................................................................................................ 7
Unpacking................................................................................................ 8
Mechanical installation............................................................................. 9
Water supply........................................................................................... 10
Drain....................................................................................................... 11
Electrical installation............................................................................... 12
Machine connection options.................................................................. 13
Connection of external liquid supplies................................................... 14
Marine installation.................................................................................. 21
Function checks..................................................................................... 23
Safety
This machine can only be used with water. Never use dry cleaning
agents.
Do not allow children to operate the machine.
Do not hose down or spray the machine with water.
All mechanical and electrical installation must be carried out by
qualified personnel.
Do not bypass the door locking device.
Should the machine malfunction, please report the fault to the
technician responsible for the machine.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes in design
and materials specifications.
Technical data
Technical data
W455H
Innerdrum, volume litres53
diameter mm
452
depth mm
332
Drum speed
wash
rpm
35/54
extraction
1300
Heating
electricity
kW
4.4
steam
–
hot water
x
G-factor
425
Weight, net
kg
102
Connections
Water valves
connection
BSP
Capacity at 300 kPa
l/min
Drain valve
DN20
3/4’’
17
outer Ø mm50
Draining capacity
l/min
160
Technical data
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Control panel
Soap box
Door opening ø255
Cold water
Hot water
Drain, valve
Drain, pump
8
Electrical connection
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
K
L
595
680
850/875*
305
660
80
195
60
90
80
650
* Adjustable height, 25 mm
A
B
2
1
H
3
C
6
D
G
B
F
8
H
4
5
L
E
6
7
I
6206 A
K
Technical data
Frequency of the
dynamic force Hz
20
Max floor load
at extraction
kN
1.2±0.3
Sound levels
Solid sound level in dB (A)
re 10-9 mm/sec (44-707 Hz)
A
B
76
62
Airborne sound level
dB (A) re 2x10-5 Pa51/71*
Vibration level
(m/sec2)
0.36
Vibration speed
(mm/sec)57
A = Standard
B = With insulation
* = Wash/extraction
45/59*
0.66
83
Installation
Installation
1
Leave the machine on the pallet on which it was
delivered until the installation site has been prepared to receive it.
Rec.
Rec.
mm
5500
00 mm
Siting
Install the machine close to a floor drain or open
waste water channel.
The following clearances are recommended for
easier installation and servicing:
1
Rec.
Rec.
50
50mm
mm
• at least 500 mm between the machine and the
wall behind it.
• at least 50 mm on each side of the machine,
whether it is next to a wall or to other machines.
A clearance of 70 mm may be required between the machine and the 130-litre tumble
dryer depending on which way the dryer’s
door opens.
6216
Installation
10
Unpacking
2
In transit the machine’s drum is locked in place
by three locking devices between chassis and
drum.
Instructions for installing machine and removing
transit locking devices, step by step:
• Remove the packaging.
• Remove the components shipped inside the
drum.
2
• Remove the front panel by undoing the two
screws on its bottom edge.
• Remove the rear panel by undoing the
screws.
3
• Remove the three transport securities, one at
the front and two at the back. Save the transport securities if the machine needs to be
moved sometime in the future.
6215
3
6214
Installation
Mechanical installation
4
11
4
• Mark and drill 2 holes (ø 8 mm) about­ 40 mm
deep in the positions shown.
C
A
D
A
530
B
C
490
35
D
E
F
G
H
125 290 150 4050
= position of feet
= drilling points for expander bolts
• The machine shall be lifted in the bottom
frame.
• Place the machine over the two drilled holes.
• Check that the machine is placed in level.
Adjust with the feet.
It is of the upmost importance that the
machine is placed in level, from side to side
as well as front to rear. If the machine is not
properly levelled, it may result in out-ofbalance without a real out of balance in the
drum.
• Insert the expansion bolts supplied into the
holes drilled in the floor. Fit the washers and
nuts, and tighten well.
B
H
G
F
E
Front
5358
Installation
12
Water supply
Each water supply line to the machine should
be fitted with a manual shut-off valve and debris
filter to facilitate servicing. Check the local regulations to determine whether non-return valves
are required.
5
Connection hoses should be of the quality required according to regulations in the country of
use.
Water pressures:
minimum: 40 kPa (0.4 kp/cm2)
maximum: 1 MPa (10 kp/cm2)
recommended: 0.2-0.5 MPa (2-5 kp/cm2)
Hoses and pipes should be flushed through before being connected to the machine. Make sure
the hoses have no sharp bends or angles.
2035
6
The machine can have one or two supply hoses,
DN 20 (R 3/4’’).
5
Machine with cold water intake only.
6
Machine with hot and cold water intake.
7
Machine with hot and cold water intake, but
plumbed for cold only because hot not available.
Both valves must be connected even if there is
only one water supply present.
2030
7
2031
Installation
Drain
13
8
Direct discharge
8
Attach the drain hose to the machine’s drain outlet and install so it empties (min 25 mm) above
the floor drain or waste water channel.
Pump drain
9
Position the highest part of the drain hose
650±50 mm above the lowest part of the machine.
Make sure that there are no kinks in the hose.
2036
9
650
+50 mm
2029
Installation
14
Electrical installation
Electrical installation must be carried out by an authorised electrician.
• Install a multi-pole switch for the machine’s electrical supply.
• Connect the machine’s cable to the switch.
• Check that the earth has been connected in the correct way.
Fuse ratings are given in the table.
For the rating of the supply cable, check the local regulations.
Min. outer diameter for supply cable ø10 mm.
Heating
type Voltage
type
Total rating
kW
Fuse
A
El. 4.4 kW
400-415V 3NAC 50 Hz
4.7
10
El. 4.4 kW
230V 3AC 50/60 Hz
4.8
20
El. 4.4 kW 230-240V 1AC 50/60 Hz
4.8
25
El. 2,2 kW
208-230V 1AC 50 Hz
2.7
16
El. 3.0 kW
380V 3AC T 50/60 Hz
3.5
10
El. 3.3 kW
400V 3AC T 50/60 Hz
3.8
10
El. 3.3 kW
200V 3AC 50/60 Hz
3.8
16
El. 4.0 kW
440V 3AC T 50/60 Hz
4.5
10
El. 2.2 kW
208-240V 1AC 50/60 Hz
2.7
16
Non heated
208-240V 1AC 50/60 Hz
0.9
10
200V 1AC 50/60 Hz
1.1
10
Installation
Machine connection options
15
10
L
301
302
303
N/L
Switchover or reconnection of the machine
may only be performed by qualified, authorised personnel.
This machine can be switched/reconnected following the options set out below.
2065 A
The machine cannot be switched from
50 Hz to 60 Hz or vice versa.
11
303
L
301
N/L 302
Reconnection/switchover of this type cannot be performed on machines fitted with a
transformer.
10
Connection option 400 V 3NAC 4.4 kW
2066 A
11
Connection option 230 V 3AC 4.4 kW
12
301, 302, L
12
13
Connection option 230 V 1AC 4.4 kW
303
N/L
Connection option 230 V 1AC 2.2 kW
In cases where the machine data plate
does not state the new voltage option, this
should be added to the plate.
2067 A
13
301, L
302, 303, N/L
2068 A
Installation
16
Connection of external liquid
supplies
14
14
A
1
Machines fitted with connectors
• Connect the pump equipment to connections
A and B on the washing machine.
Connect the signal cable to B and the power
supply to A.
2
1=N
2=L
4 = Ground
4
B 18
12
11
15
Machines without connectors
• Connect the external pump equipment for
liquid washing detergent to the I/O board,
which is located to the right of the incoming
power supply.
The I/O card has edge connectors for connecting external pumps.
13
14
16
11 = N
18 = Program run
12 = Signal 1
13 = Signal 2
14 = Signal 3
15 = Signal 4
16 = Signal 5
5881
15
1
35
7
2 4
6
8
9 11 13 15 17 19
10 12 14 16 18
6238
15
• Edge connectors on the I/O board can be
loosened for connecting cables.
6238
Installation
Outputs
16
17
16
• Connect external power supply (e.g. 24V DC)
for pumps to 9 and 10. If an internal power
supply (from the washing machine) is being
used, it can be taken from 1 (N) and connected to 9 and from 2 (L) and connected to 10.
Max load on the outputs 0.5 A.
• Signals for pumps 1-5 are connected to 12-16
where connector
12
Washing detergent signal 1
13
Washing detergent signal 2
14
Washing detergent signal 3
15
Washing detergent signal 4
16
Washing detergent signal 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
6236
Signal 1
Signal 2
Signal 3
Signal 4
Signal 5
3M14
–
Mainwash
Softener
Mop last rinse
Bleach
3F01
Prewash
Mainwash
Softener
Desinfection
Bleach
3R01
Prewash
Mainwash
Softener
Pr 1 last rinse
Bleach
Inputs
• The signal level can be 5-24V DC/AC or 100240V AC. For 5-24V, the signal reference is
connected to 3 and for 100-240V to 4. Potentials on the inputs cannot be mixed.
NB! The I/O board will be damaged if the voltage on connection 3 is too high, >24V.
3F02
Prewash
Mainwash
Softener
Mainwash
Bleach
Other programs
Prewash
Mainwash
Softener
Bleach
Installation
18
17
• Connection 8 can be connected if the washing program is to pause, e.g. while
washing detergent is being dosed.
17
Dosing system
0V
3
Pause signal
24V
24V DC
8
6266
18
Detergent tank
1
2
Empty
230V
4
7
6265
18
19
• Connection 7. If this is connected, an error
message will be displayed if any of the chemical tanks are empty. The washing program will
continue, however.
19
• Fit the connecting unions provided and connect the hoses to the unions.
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Installation
19
Functions for I/O -cards
• Check the electrical schematic for the machine to find out
what functions are available for the machine.
The electrical schematic can have one of the following:
22E, 22B, 22C or 22D.
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6314
Installation
Marine installation
23
21
This machine can be installed in marine installation.
The maximum value for rolling is ± 15° and
for stamping ±8°.
• Mark the two holes (A) on the floor plate on
the site of machine installation.
23
• Drill the two holes with ø 8.5 mm.
24
• Thread the holes with M 10.
2787
22
70
590
A
506
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• The machine shall be placed as shown in fig.
6
67
Outline of
the machine
A
450
40
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590
Front
2524
23
24
2523
2522
Installation
24
25
26
27
• Thread up the four feet of the machine as
much as possible.
Place the machine at its site.
Place the spacers (B) between machine and
floor.
25
• Tighten the machine to the floor with the two
bolts.
B
• Adjust the feet of the machine to the floor and
lock them with the nuts.
2521
26
2519
27
2520
Function checks
Function checks
25
1
Perform the following checks once the machine
is installed:
• Open the manual water valves.
• Turn on the power to the machine.
• Put detergent into compartment 2 (Main
wash).
1
2
1
• Select a 60° program with the control knob
(1).
• Press the knob.
Check:
• that the drum rotates normally and that there
are no unusual noises.
• that there are no leaks in water supply/drain
connections.
6217, 6179, 6182
2
• that water passes through the detergent
compartment and fabric conditioner compartment.
• that the door cannot be opened during a program.
6180
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