INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS D`INSTALLATION

INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Commercial Washer
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Washer Safety........................................................................... 2
Tools & Parts............................................................................. 3
Dimensions............................................................................... 4
Location Requirements............................................................ 5
Drain System............................................................................. 6
Electrical Requirements.......................................................... 7
Installation instructions........................................................... 8
Connect Drain Hose................................................................. 9
Connect Inlet Hoses............................................................... 10
Level Washer........................................................................... 11
Installing Coin Slide and Coin Box........................................ 11
Complete Installation............................................................. 12
Typical Full Load Sizes........................................................... 12
Washer Maintenance............................................................. 13
If You Need Assistance.......................................................... 14
Alternate Parts........................................................................ 14
Electronic Controls Set-up Instructions............................... 15
INSTRUCTIONS
D’INSTALLATION
Laveuse commerciale
TABLE DES MATIÈRES
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Sécurité de la laveuse............................................................ 19
Outillage et pièces.................................................................. 20
Dimensions............................................................................. 21
Exigences d’emplacement.................................................... 22
Système de vidange............................................................... 23
Spécifications électriques..................................................... 24
Instructions d’installation...................................................... 25
Raccordement du tuyau de vidange..................................... 26
Raccordement des tuyaux d’arrivée d’eau.......................... 27
Établissement de l’aplomb de la laveuse............................. 28
Installation de la glissière et de la boîte à monnaie............ 28
Achever l’installation.............................................................. 29
Taille typique des charges complètes.................................. 29
Entretien de la laveuse........................................................... 30
Si vous avez besoin d’assistance......................................... 31
Autres pièces.......................................................................... 31
Instructions de paramétrage des commandes
électroniques.......................................................................... 32
For more information and pricing, contact:
100 Melrose Avenue
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
www.equipmentmarketers.net
W10474266C
W10474280C – SP
Phone: 800.223.1376
Fax: 856.428.5477
maytag@equipmentmarketers.net
www.maytagcommerciallaundry.com
WASHER SAFETY
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TOOLS & PARTS
Tools Needed:
Level
Adjustable Wrench
Pliers
Utility Knife
Flat-Blade Screwdriver
Optional tools:
Flashlight
Bucket
Parts Supplied:
Water Inlet Hoses (2)
Inlet Hose Washers (4)
Drain hose with clamp,
U-form, and cable tie
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DIMENSIONS
Front View
Side View
271/2"
(699 mm)
27"
(686 mm)
Non-coin-operated
models:
61/4"
(159 mm)
Coin-operated
models:
81/4"
(210 mm)
35"
(889 mm)
1"
(25 mm)
NOTE: Service panel not included on some models.
Back View
Non-coin operated models
16"
(406 mm)
101/2"
(267 mm)
Coin operated models
16"
(406 mm)
101/2"
(267 mm)
51/2"
(140 mm)
51/2"
(140 mm)
411/4"
(1.047 m)
431/4"
(1.098 m)
36"
(914 mm)
35 / "
(902 mm)
1 2
61/2"
(165 mm)
4
351/2"
(902 mm)
61/2"
(165 mm)
41/4"
(108 mm)
27"
(686 mm)
36"
(914 mm)
1"
(25 mm)
41/4"
(108 mm)
27"
(686 mm)
1"
(25 mm)
LOCATION REQUIREMENTS
Selecting the proper location for your washer improves
performance and minimizes noise and possible washer “walk.”
Your washer can be installed in a basement, laundry room, or
recessed area. See “Drain System.”
Companion appliance location requirements should also be
considered.
IMPORTANT: Do not install or store the washer where it will be
exposed to the weather. Do not store or operate the washer in
temperatures at or below 32°F (0°C). Some water can remain in
the washer and can cause damage in low temperatures. Proper
installation is your responsibility.
Recessed Area or Closet Installation
This washer may be installed in a recessed area or closet.
The installation dimensions shown are the minimum spaces
allowable. Additional spacing should be considered for ease of
installation and servicing. If closet door is installed, the minimum
air openings in top and bottom of door are required. Louvered
doors with air openings in top and bottom are acceptable.
Companion appliance spacing should be considered.
Minimum installation spacing
You will need:
nA water heater set to 120°F (49°C).
nA grounded electrical outlet located within 4 ft. (1.2 m) of
power cord on back of washer. See “Electrical Requirements.”
nHot and cold water faucets located within 4 ft. (1.2 m) of hot
and cold water fill valves on washer, and water pressure
of 20-100 psi (138-690 kPa). A pressure reduction valve
should be used in the supply line where inlet pressure entering
the building exceeds 100 PSI (690 kPa) to avoid damage to
the washer mixing valve.
nSingle washer installations require 12" (300 mm) minimum
risers to provide an air cushion and avoid noise and damage
to valves.
nA level floor with maximum slope of 1" (25 mm) under entire
washer. Installing on carpet is not recommended.
n Floor must support washer’s total weight (with water and load)
of 315 lbs (143 kgs).
nA floor drain under the bulkhead. Prefabricated bulkheads
with electrical outlets, water inlet lines, and drain facilities
should be used only where local codes permit.
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DRAIN SYSTEM
Drain system can be installed using a floor drain, wall standpipe,
floor standpipe, or laundry tub. Select method you need.
Floor drain system
Floor standpipe drain system
4.5"
(114 mm)
39"
(990 mm)
Floor drain system requires a Siphon Break Kit (Part Number
285834). Minimum siphon break: 28" (710 mm) from bottom
of washer. Additional hoses may be needed.
Minimum diameter for a standpipe drain: 2" (51 mm). Minimum
carry-away capacity: 10 gal. (38 L) per minute. Top of standpipe
must be at least 39" (990 mm) high; install no higher than
96" (2.44 m) from bottom of washer.
Wall standpipe drain system
4.5"
(114 mm)
See requirements for floor standpipe drain system.
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Laundry tub drain system
4.5"
(114 mm)
39"
(990 mm)
Minimum capacity: 20 gal. (76 L). The top of the laundry tub
must be at least 39" (990 mm) above floor.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
fire, or electrical shock.
n A 120 volt, 60 Hz., AC only, 15- or 20-amp, fused electrical supply
is required. A time-delay fuse or circuit breaker is recommended.
It is recommended that a separate circuit breaker serving only
this appliance be provided.
n This washer is equipped with a power supply cord having
a 3 prong grounding plug.
n To minimize possible shock hazard, the cord must be plugged
into a mating, 3 prong, grounding-type outlet, grounded in
accordance with local codes and ordinances. If a mating outlet
is not available, it is the personal responsibility and obligation
of the customer to have the properly grounded outlet installed
by a qualified electrician.
n If codes permit and a separate ground wire is used, it is
recommended that a qualified electrician determine that the ground path is adequate.
n Do not ground to a gas pipe.
n Check with a qualified electrician if you are not sure the
washer is properly grounded.
n Do not have a fuse in the neutral or ground circuit.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
3. Remove tape from washer lid, open lid, and remove cardboard
packing tray from tub. Be sure to remove all parts from tray.
NOTE: Keep tray in case you need to move washer later.
It is necessary to remove all shipping materials for proper
operation and to avoid excessive noise from washer.
1. Move washer to within 4 ft (1.2 m) of its final location; it must
be in a fully upright position.
NOTE: To avoid floor damage, set washer onto cardboard
before moving it and make sure lid is taped shut.
48"
(1.2 m)
2. To avoid damaging floor, place cardboard supports from
shipping carton on floor behind washer. Tip washer back and
place on cardboard supports. Remove shipping base. Set
washer upright.
IMPORTANT: Removing shipping base is necessary for proper
operation. If your washer includes a sound shield, please refer
to the instructions included with the sound shield to install it
at this time.
NOTE: Keep shipping base in case you need to move washer later.
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CONNECT DRAIN HOSE
Proper routing of the drain hose avoids damage to your floor
due to water leakage.
Remove drain hose from the washer drum
1. Remove tape from the washer drain port on the back of the washer.
5. Place hose into standpipe (shown in picture) or over side
of laundry tub.
IMPORTANT: 4.5" (114 mm) of drain hose should be inside
standpipe; do not force excess hose into standpipe or lay
on bottom of laundry tub. Drain hose form must be used.
Drain
hose form
4.5"
(114 mm)
2. If clamp is not already in place on elbow end of drain hose, slide it over end as shown.
6. For floor drain installations, you will need to remove the drain hose form from the end of the drain hose. You may need
additional parts with separate directions. See “Tools and Parts.”
3. Squeeze clamp with pliers and slide elbow end of drain hose onto washer drain port and secure with clamp.
7. The floor drain system requires a siphon break that may be purchased separately. The siphon break (Part Number 285834) must be a minimum of 28" (710 mm) from the bottom of the washer. Additional hoses might be needed.
4. The washer drain system can be installed using a floor drain, wall standpipe, floor standpipe, or laundry tub.
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CONNECT INLET HOSES
Insert new hose washers (supplied) into each end of the inlet
hoses. Firmly seat the washers in the couplings.
Washer
Connect Inlet Hoses to Washer
1. A
ttach cold water hose to cold water inlet valve marked
with a blue ring. Screw coupling by hand until it is snug.
Coupling
Connect Inlet Hoses to Water Faucets
1. Attach hose to hot water faucet. Screw on coupling until
it is seated on washer. Repeat process for cold water.
2. A
ttach hot water hose to hot water inlet valve marked
with a red ring. Screw coupling by hand until it is snug.
3. U
se pliers to tighten couplings an additional two-thirds turn.
2. Use pliers to tighten the couplings an additional
two-thirds turn.
N
OTE: Do not overtighten. Damage to the valve can result.
4. T
urn on water faucets to check for leaks. A small amount
of water may enter washer. It will drain later.
IMPORTANT: Do not overtighten or use tape or sealants on valve
when attaching to faucets or washer. Damage can result.
Clear Water Lines
nRun water through both faucets and inlet hoses, into a laundry
tub, drainpipe, or bucket, to get rid of particles in the water
lines that might clog the inlet valve screens.
n Check the temperature of the water to make sure that the hot
water hose is connected to the hot water faucet and that the
cold water hose is connected to the cold water faucet.
N
OTE: Replace inlet hoses after 5 years of use to reduce the
risk of hose failure. Record hose installation or replacement
dates on the hoses for future reference.
P
eriodically inspect and replace hoses if bulges, kinks, cuts,
wear, or leaks are found.
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LEVEL WASHER
IMPORTANT: Level washer properly to reduce excess noise
and vibration.
HELPFUL TIP: You may want to prop up front of washer about
4" (102 mm) with a wood block or similar object that will support
weight of washer.
Models with
plastic feet
1. Move the washer to its final location. Place a level on top
edges of washer. Use side seam as a guide to check levelness
of sides. Check levelness of front using lid, as shown. Rock
washer back and forth to make sure all four feet make solid
contact with floor.
Place level here
Place level here
or
Models with
metal feet
Jam nut
3. On models with metal feet, when washer is level, use a
9/16" or 14 mm open-end or adjustable wrench to turn jam
nuts counterclockwise on leveling feet tightly against washer
cabinet.
Not Level
LEVEL
Not Level
2.On models with metal feet, use a 9/16" or 14 mm open-end or
adjustable wrench to turn jam nuts clockwise on feet until they
are about 1/2" (13 mm) from the washer cabinet. Then turn the
leveling foot clockwise to lower the washer or counterclockwise
to raise the washer.
On models with plastic feet, use adjustable pliers to turn the
plastic leveling foot counterclockwise to lower the washer or
clockwise to raise the washer. On all models, recheck levelness
of washer and repeat as needed.
Jam nut
INSTALLING COIN SLIDE AND COIN BOX
The coin slide mechanism, service door lock and key, and coin
box lock and key are not included with some models, but can
be obtained from the usual industry sources.
Remove the service door of the meter case by lifting it up
at the back. Install the money-accepting device. (Refer to
manufacturer’s instructions for proper installation.)
Install a lock and cam on the meter case service door. Install
the coin vault with lock and key in the meter case opening.
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COMPLETE INSTALLATION
WARNING
q Check that you have all of your tools.
q Check that shipping materials were completely removed
from washer.
q Dispose of/recycle all packaging materials.
q Check that the water faucets are on.
q Check for leaks around faucets and inlet hoses.
q Remove film from console and any tape remaining on
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
washer.
q Plug into a grounded outlet, or connect power.
q Check that circuit breaker is not tripped or fuse is not blown.
q Start the washer using the payment system if used and
check that the washer completes the cycle without a fault
or water leak.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
fire, or electrical shock.
q Check electrical requirements. Be sure that you have the correct electrical supply and the recommended grounding method.
qCheck that all parts are now installed. If there is an extra
part, go back through steps to see what was skipped.
TYPICAL FULL LOAD SIZES
Load Type
Loading Suggestion
Load Type
Loading Suggestion
Mixed Load
3 double sheets
4 pillowcases
6 pair shorts
8 T-shirts
2 shirts
2 blouses
8 handkerchiefs
Heavy Work Clothes
3 pair pants
3 shirts
1 coverall
4 pair jeans
1 overall
Permanent Press
2 double or
1 king size sheet
1 tablecloth
1 dress
1 blouse
2 slacks
3 shirts
2 pillowcases
Knits
3 blouses
4 slacks
6 shirts
4 tops
4 dresses
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WASHER MAINTENANCE
Operating Tips
Transporting Your Washer
• Shut off both water faucets. Disconnect and drain water inlet hoses.
• Disconnect drain from drain system and drain any remaining water into a pan or bucket. Disconnect drain hose from back
of washer.
• Unplug power cord.
• Place inlet hoses and drain hose inside washer basket.
• Drape power cord over edge and into washer basket.
• Place packing tray from original shipping materials back inside
washer and reuse shipping base to support the motor and tub.
If you do not have original packaging, place heavy blankets or
towels above basket, between the washer top and the tub ring.
Close lid and place tape over lip and down the front of the
washer. Keep lid taped until washer is moved to new location.
It is recommended that fiberglass items not be washed in
coin-operated washers. If these items are washed in the
washer, run the washer through a complete cycle to rinse
any residue away that might be left in the washer.
IMPORTANT: Load detergent, bleach, and fabric softener
before adding clothes and do all of this before starting the
washer as the lid will lock after starting the washer.
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IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE
Contact your authorized Commercial Laundry distributor. To locate your authorized Commercial Laundry distributor, or for web
inquiries, visit www.MaytagCommercialLaundry.com.
If you cannot locate your distributor, the Commercial Laundry Support Center will answer any questions about operating or
maintaining your washer not covered in the Installation Instructions.
Just dial 1-800-662-3587 — the call is toll free.
When you call, you will need the washer model number and serial number. Both numbers can be found on the serial-rating plate
located on the washer.
ALTERNATE PARTS & ACCESSORIES
Your installation may require additional parts. If you are interested
in purchasing one of the items listed here, call the toll-free
number in the “If You Need Assistance” section.
If You Have:
You Will Need:
Overhead sewer
Standard 20 gal. (76 L)
39" (990 mm) tall drain tub or
utility sink, sump pump and
connectors (available from local
plumbing suppliers)
1" (25 mm) standpipe
" (51 mm) diameter to
2
1" (25 mm) diameter Standpipe
Adapter Part Number 3363920
Connector Kit Part Number
285835
Lint clogged drain
Drain Protector Part Number
367031 Connector Kit Part
Number 285835
Floor drain system
iphon break, Part Number
S
285834 Connector Kit (x2) Part
Number 285835 Extension Drain
Hose Part Number 285863
Water faucets beyond
reach of fill hoses
2 longer water fill hoses:
6 ft. (1.8 m) 90° bend hose
Part Number 76314, 10 ft. (3.0 m)
Part Number 350008‌
Inlet hoses are sold as a pair
in kit W10575888
Accessories
Washer Drip Trays
Part Number 8212526
Cap/Cover-Bleach Dispenser
Part Number W10515386A
Fabric Softener Kit
Part Number W10461164A
Main Top Rear Supprt
W10576550 (2 per kit)
Whirlpool Corporation, Benton Harbor, Michigan 49022, U.S.A.
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ELECTRONIC CONTROLS SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS
Basic Operation of Commercial Washer
■■ For additional information, see
www.MaytagCommercialLaundry.com
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
IMPORTANT
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Sensitive Electronics
ESD problems are present everywhere. ESD may damage
or weaken the electronic control assembly. The new control
assembly may appear to work well after repair is finished, but
failure may occur at a later date due to ESD stress.
■■ Use an anti-static wrist strap. Connect wrist strap to green
ground connection point or unpainted metal in the washer.
-ORTouch your finger repeatedly to a green ground connection
point or unpainted metal in the washer.
■■ Before removing the part from its package, touch the
anti-static bag to a green ground connection point or
unpainted metal in the washer.
■■ Avoid touching electronic parts or terminal contacts; handle
electronic control assembly by edges only.
■■ When repackaging failed electronic control assembly in
anti-static bag, observe above instructions.
Free Cycles
This is established by setting the cycle price to zero. When this
happens, ‘SELECT CYCLE’ will appear and cycle price will show
0.00.
Debit Card Ready
This washer is debit card ‘cable’ ready. It will accept a variety of
debit card systems, but does NOT come with a debit card reader.
Refer to the debit card reader manufacturer for proper washer
set-up. In models converted to a Generation 1 debit card system,
debit pulses represent the equivalent of one coin (coin 1).
Display
After the washer has been installed and plugged in, the display
will show ‘SYnC’ for a few seconds, then ‘0 MINUTES’. Once the
washer has been plugged in and the washer door opened and
closed, the display will show the price. In washers set for free
cycles, the display will flash ‘SELECT CYCLE’, and will display
‘PRICE 0.00’.
GENERAL USER INFORMATION
Blank Display
This condition indicates the washer is inoperative.
‘0 Minutes’ showing in display
This condition indicates the washer cannot be operated. Coins
dropped or debit inputs during this condition will be stored in
escrow but cannot be used until normal operation is restored by
opening and closing the door. If a door switch fails, it must be
replaced before normal operation can be restored.
Cold Start (initial first use)
Washer is programmed at the factory as follows:
■■ POWER WASH = 19 min agitation
NORMAL = 9 min agitation
DELICATES = 7 min agitation
■■ NORMAL = 1 rinse and 2 minutes of rinse agitation
POWER WASH = 4 spray rinses with spin-outs
DELICATES = 3 spray rinses with spin-outs
■■ $1.00 wash price (PD models)
■■ $0.00 wash price (PR models)
Warm Start (after power failure)
After a delay of up to 8 seconds, the washer is restored to the
portion of the cycle that existed at time of the power failure. To
continue the cycle, press START.
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ELECTRONIC CONTROLS SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS
Control Set-up Procedures
IMPORTANT: Read all instructions before operating.
The lower fabric setting key pads and the digital display are used
to set up the controls. The display can contain 4 numbers and/or
letters and a decimal point. These are used to indicate the set-up
codes and related code values available for use in programming
the washer.
How to use the key pads to program the controls
1. The LEFT UPPER (POWER WASH) key pad is used to adjust
the values associated with set-up codes. Pressing the key
pad will increment the value.
Rapid adjustment is possible by holding the key pad down.
2. The LEFT MIDDLE (NORMAL) key pad will advance you
through the set-up codes. Pressing the key pad will advance
you to the next available set-up code. Holding the key pad
down will automatically advance through the set-up codes at
a rate of one (1) per second.
3. The LEFT LOWER (DELICATES) key pad is used to select or
deselect options.
4. The RIGHT UPPER (TEMPERATURE) key pad is used to
decrease set-up code value.
Start Operating Set-Up
■■ PD Models: Insert access door key, turn, and lift to remove
access door.
■■ PR Models: Once the debit card reader is installed (according
to the reader manufacturer’s instructions), the set-up mode
can be entered by inserting a set-up card (supplied by the
reader manufacturer) into the card slot. If a manual set-up
card is not available, manual set-up mode can be entered by
removing connector AA1 on the circuit board.
IMPORTANT: The console must not be opened unless power is
first removed from the washer. To access connector AA1:
g Unplug washer or disconnect power.
g Open console, disconnect plug on AA1, close console.
g Plug in washer or reconnect power.
The washer is now in the set-up mode.
Before proceeding, it is worth noting that, despite all of the
options available, an owner can simply choose to uncrate a new
commercial washer, hook it up, plug it in, and have a unit that
operates.
CODE
6.04
NORMAL
6.04
DELICATES
6.04
POWERWASH
POWERWASH Regular Cycle Vend Price - Increase or decrease
between 0 and 200 by pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER
key pad. Factory preset for 4 quarters = $1.00.
PR/PN MODELS ONLY: Factory preset for 0 quarters (Free Vend).
ADDITIONAL WASH TIME
7.00
This is the number of minutes that can be added to a Wash Cycle.
Choose from 00-05 minutes by pressing the LEFT UPPER key pad.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
8.00
ADDITIONAL RINSE TIME
8.00
This is the number of minutes that can be added to a RINSE Cycle.
Choose from 00-05 minutes by pressing the LEFT UPPER key pad.
NOTE: Additional rinse time only available in defaulted bath rinses,
not in spray rinse option.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
9.00
CYCLE COUNTER OPTION
This option is either SELECTED ‘ON’ or NOT SELECTED ‘OFF’.
9.00
Not Selected ‘OFF’.
9.0C
Selected ‘ON’ and not able to be deselected.
Press the LEFT LOWER key pad 3 consecutive times to select
‘ON’. Once selected ‘ON’ it cannot be deselected.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
1.00
MONEY COUNTER OPTION
This option is either SELECTED ‘ON’ or NOT SELECTED ‘OFF’.
1.00
Not Selected ‘OFF’.
1.0C
Selected ‘ON’.
Press the LEFT LOWER key pad 3 consecutive times to select
‘ON’ and 3 consecutive times to remove (Not Selected ‘OFF’.)
Counter resets by going from ‘OFF’ to ‘ON’.
1.C0
Selected ‘ON’ and not able to be deselected.
To select ‘ON’ and not able to be deselected, first select ‘ON’, then
within two seconds press the LEFT LOWER key pad twice, the
LEFT UPPER key pad once, and exit the set-up mode.
code value.
■■ The LEFT LOWER (DELICATES) key pad will select or
deselect options.
■■ The RIGHT UPPER (TEMPERATURE) key pad will decrease
the code value.
FOR PR MODELS: The set-up codes are the same as for the ‘PD’
models except where noted.
The set-up code is indicated by the one or two left-hand
characters. The set-up code value is indicated by the two
or three right-hand characters.
DELICATES Regular Cycle Vend Price - Increase or decrease
between 0 and 200 by pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER
key pad. Factory preset for 4 quarters = $1.00.
PR/PN MODELS ONLY: Factory preset for 0 quarters (Free Vend).
7.00
■■ The LEFT MIDDLE (NORMAL) key pad will advance from code
to code.
NORMAL Regular Cycle Vend Price - Increase or decrease
between 0 and 200 by pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER
key pad. Factory preset for 4 quarters = $1.00.
PR/PN MODELS ONLY: Factory preset for 0 quarters (Free Vend).
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
Set-up Codes
■■ The LEFT UPPER (POWER WASH) key pad will increase the
EXPLANATION
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
2.00
SPECIAL PRICING OPTION
This option is either SELECTED ‘ON’ or NOT SELECTED ‘OFF’.
2.00
Not Selected ‘OFF’.
2.SP
Selected ‘ON’. Press the LEFT LOWER key pad once for this
selection.
If SPECIAL PRICING OPTION is selected, there is access to codes ‘3.’
through ‘9.’.
NOTE: An external battery needs to be added to keep the clock running during
periods of power outages.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
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ELECTRONIC CONTROLS SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS
CODE
EXPLANATION
OPTIONS TO USE IF SPECIAL PRICING IS SELECTED:
3.04
NORMAL
3.04
DELICATES
3.04
POWERWASH
NORMAL Special Cycle Vend Price - Increase or decrease
between 0 and 200 by pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER
key pad. Factory preset for 4 quarters = $1.00.
PR/PN MODELS ONLY: Factory preset for 0 quarters (Free Vend).
DELICATES Special Cycle Vend Price - Increase or decrease
between 0 and 200 by pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER
key pad. Factory preset for 4 quarters = $1.00.
PR/PN MODELS ONLY: Factory preset for 0 quarters (Free Vend).
POWERWASH Special Cycle Vend Price - Increase or decrease
between 0 and 200 by pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER
key pad. Factory preset for 4 quarters = $1.00.
CODE
A.00
VAULT VIEWING OPTION
This option is either SELECTED ‘ON’ or NOT SELECTED ‘OFF’.
A.00
Not Selected ‘OFF’.
A.SC
Selected ‘ON’. Press the LEFT LOWER key pad once for this
selection. When selected, the money and/or cycle counts will be
viewable (depending on what is selected) when the coin box is
removed.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
b.05
VALUE OF COIN 1
b.05
This represents the value of coin 1 in number of nickels:
05 = $0.25.
By pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER key pad, there is
the option of between 1 and 199 nickels.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
5.00
TIME-OF-DAY CLOCK, MINUTES
5.00
This is the TIME-OF-DAY CLOCK, minute setting; select between
0 and 59 minutes by pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER
key pad.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
6.00
TIME-OF-DAY CLOCK, HOURS
NOTE: Uses military time or 24 hr. clock.
6.00
This is the TIME-OF-DAY CLOCK, hour setting; select between
0 and 23 hours by pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER
key pad.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
7.00
SPECIAL PRICE START HOUR
NOTE: Uses military time or 24 hr. clock.
7.00
This is the start hour; select between 0 and 23 hours by pressing
the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER key pad.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
C.20
VALUE OF COIN 2
C.20
This represents the value of coin 2 in number of nickels: 20 =
$1.00.
PR MODELS ONLY: Factory preset for $0.25.
By pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER key pad, there is
the option of between 1 and 199 nickels.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
d.00
COIN SLIDE OPTION
This option is either SELECTED ‘ON’ or NOT SELECTED ‘OFF’.
d.00
Not Selected ‘OFF’.
d.CS
Selected ‘ON’. Press the LEFT LOWER key pad 3 consecutive
times for this selection.
When coin slide mode is selected, set ‘b.’ equal to value of slide
in nickels. Set step 6 (regular cycle price) and step 3 (special cycle
price) to number of slide operations. If the installer sets up ‘CS’ on
a coin drop model, it will not register coins.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
8.00
SPECIAL PRICE STOP HOUR
NOTE: Uses military time or 24 hr. clock.
8.00
This is the stop hour; select between 0 and 23 hours by pressing
the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER key pad.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
E.00
ADD COINS OPTION
This option is either SELECTED ‘ON’ or NOT SELECTED ‘OFF’.
This option causes the customer display to show the number of
coins (coin 1) to enter, rather than the dollars-and-cents amount.
E.00
Not Selected ‘OFF’.
E.AC
Selected ‘ON’. Press the LEFT LOWER key pad 3 consecutive
times for this selection.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
9.00
SPECIAL PRICE DAY
9.10
This represents the day of the week and whether special pricing
is selected for that day. A number followed by ‘0’ indicates no
selection that particular day (9.10). A number followed by an ‘S’
indicates selected for that day (9.1S).
Days of the week (1-7) can be chosen by pressing the LEFT
UPPER key pad. Press the LEFT UPPER key pad once to select
special pricing for each day chosen.
When exiting set-up code ‘9’, the display must show current day
of week:
DISPLAY
DAY OF WEEK
CODE (selected)
10
Day 1 = Sunday
1S
20
Day 2 = Monday
2S
30
Day 3 = Tuesday
3S
40
Day 4 = Wednesday
4S
50
Day 5 = Thursday
5S
60
Day 6 = Friday
6S
70
Day 7 = Saturday
7S
EXPLANATION
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
H.00
COOL Temperature Upgrade Price - Increase or decrease between
0 and 200 by pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER key pad.
Factory preset for 0 quarters = $0.00.
H.00
WARM Temperature Upgrade Price - Increase or decrease between
0 and 200 by pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER key pad.
Factory preset for 0 quarters = $0.00.
H.00
HOT Temperature Upgrade Price - Increase or decrease between
0 and 200 by pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER key pad.
Factory preset for 0 quarters = $0.00.
H.00
HEAVY SOIL LEVEL Upgrade Price - Increase or decrease between
0 and 200 by pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER key pad.
Factory preset for 0 quarters = $0.00.
COOL
WARM
HOT
HEAVY
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
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ELECTRONIC CONTROLS SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS
CODE
H.00
EXTRA
RINSE
EXPLANATION
EXTRA RINSE Upgrade Price - Increase or decrease between 0
and 200 by pressing the LEFT UPPER or RIGHT UPPER key pad.
Factory preset for 0 quarters = $0.00.
If cycle counter (9.0C) is selected, the following is true:
1 xx Number of cycles in THOUSANDS.
1 02 =2,000
2xxx Number of cycles in ONES.
2225 = 225
TOTAL CYCLES = 2,225
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
J.Cd
COIN/DEBIT OPTION
J.Cd
Both coin & debit selected.
J.C_
Coins selected, debit disabled. Press the LEFT LOWER key pad
3 times for this selection.
J._d
Debit Card selected, coins disabled. Press the LEFT LOWER key
pad 3 times for this selection.
J.Ed
Enhanced Debit is self-selected when a Generation 2 card reader
is installed in the washer. The Ed option cannot be manually
selected or deselected.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
L.00
PRICE SUPPRESSION OPTION
This option causes the customer display to show ‘ADD’ or
‘AVAILABLE’ rather than the amount of money to add. (Used
mainly in debit installations.)
L.00
Not Selected ‘OFF’.
L.PS
Selected ‘ON’. Press the LEFT LOWER key pad once for this
selection.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
n. CE
CLEAR ESCROW OPTION
When selected, money held in escrow for 30 minutes without
further escrow or cycle activity will be cleared.
This is “VIEW ONLY” and cannot be cleared.
Press the LOWER MIDDLE key pad once to advance
to next code.
If money counter (1.0C or 1.C0) is selected, the following is
true:
3 xx Number of dollars in HUNDREDS. 3 01 = $1,000.00
4xxx Number of dollars in ONES.
4600 = $ 600.00
5 xx Number of CENTS.
5 75 = $ 00.75
TOTAL = $1,600.75
END OF SET-UP PROCEDURES
EXIT FROM SET-UP MODE
■■ PD Models: Reinstall access door.
■■ PR Models:
g Unplug washer or disconnect power.
g Open console, reinsert plug into AA1, close console.
g Plug in washer or reconnect power.
If preferred, just wait through 2 minutes of inactivity. All settings
will be saved and the display will revert to Select Cycle screen.
Table 1
A3, A4,
or A5
Extra
Rinse
Soil
Level
Wash
Temp
A3, A4,
or A5
Extra
Rinse
Soil
Level
Wash
Temp
00
Off
Off
Cold
08
On
Off
Cold
01
Off
Off
Cool
09
On
Off
Cool
02
Off
Off
Warm
0A
On
Off
Warm
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
03
Off
Off
Hot
0b
On
Off
Hot
U.00
PENNY INCREMENT OFFSET
04
Off
On
Cold
0c
On
On
Cold
U.00
This represents the penny increment price offset used in
Generation 2 (Enhanced Debit) PR models. Choose from 0-4
pennies by pressing the LEFT UPPER key pad.
05
Off
On
Cool
0d
On
On
Cool
06
Off
On
Warm
0E
On
On
Warm
07
Off
On
Hot
0F
On
On
Hot
n. CE
Selected ‘ON’.
n. 00
Not selected ‘OFF’. Press the LEFT LOWER key pad once to
deselect this selection.
g Press the LEFT MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.
A3.02
A4.00
A5.OF
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NORMAL Cycle Settings. Allows the owner to select the cycle
default options of Water Temperature, Soil Level, and Extra Rinse.
See Table 1 for specific settings. Normal is set to 02 from the
factory.
DELICATES Cycle Settings. Allows the owner to select the cycle
default options of Water Temperature, Soil Level, and Extra Rinse.
See Table 1 for specific settings. Delicates is set to 00 from the
factory.
POWERWASH Cycle Settings. Allows the owner to select the cycle
default options of Water Temperature, Soil Level, and Extra Rinse.
See Table 1 for specific settings. Powerwash is set to 0F from the
factory.
Technician Service Access Code
This method is only available on washers set to free vend (6 00).
To enter service mode:
Press the LEFT UPPER, RIGHT LOWER, RIGHT UPPER, and
LEFT LOWER key pads within 10 seconds.
To exit service mode:
From service code 8.xx, press the LEFT UPPER key pad
for 4 seconds
or
Wait 2 minutes without touching any key pads (without diagnostic
modes running)
or
Power down the washer, then reapply power
NOTE: If a service cycle is in progress upon exiting service mode,
the cycle will complete normally with cycle status information
displayed. The display will resume normal customer operation
mode when the cycle ends.
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