Cissell L50CD42S Owner`s manual

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OWNER'S MANUAL
125 lb. Laundry Dryer
MODELS
GAS
STEAM
ELECTRIC
L125URDG
C125G
L125URDS
C125S
L125URDE
C125E
CISSELL MANUFACTURING COMPANY
HEADQUARTERS
831 SOUTH FIRST ST.
P.O. BOX 32270
LOUISVILLE, KY 40232-2270
PHONE: (502) 587-1292
SALES FAX: (502) 585-3625
SERVICE/PARTS FAX: (502) 681-1275
THIS MANUAL MUST BE GIVEN TO THE EQUIPMENT OWNER.
MAN2125
8/99
IMPORTANT NOTICES—PLEASE READ
For optimum efficiency and safety, we recommend that you read the Manual before operating the equipment. Store this manual in a
file or binder and keep for future reference.
WARNING: For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize
the risk of fire or explosion or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or loss of life.
- Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable liquids or vapors in the vicinity of this or
any other appliance.
- WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
•
•
•
•
•
Do not try to light any appliances.
Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building.
Clear the room, building, or area of all occupants.
Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's phone. Follow the gas supplier's
instructions.
If you cannot reach the gas supplier, call the fire department.
Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the gas
supplier.
WARNING: In the event the user smells gas odor, instructions on what to do must be posted in a
prominent location. This information can be obtained from the local gas supplier.
WARNING: Wear Safety Shoes to prevent injuries.
WARNING: Purchaser must post the following notice in a prominent location:
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors
and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
WARNING: A clothes dryer produces combustible lint and should be exhausted outside the
building. The dryer and the area around the dryer should be kept free of lint.
WARNING: Be safe, before servicing machine, the main power should be shut off.
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WARNING: To avoid fire hazard, do not dry articles containing foam rubber or similar texture materials.
Do not put into this dryer flammable items such as baby bed mattresses, throw rugs, undergarments
(brassieres, etc.) and other items which use rubber as padding or backing. Rubber easily oxidizes causing
excessive heat and possible fire. These items should be air dried.
WARNING: Synthetic solvent fumes from drycleaning machines create acids when drawn through the
dryer. These fumes cause rusting of painted parts, pitting of bright or plated parts, and completely
removes the zinc from galvanized parts, such as the tumbler basket. If drycleaning machines are in the
same area as the tumbler, the tumbler's make-up air must come from a source free of solvent fumes.
WARNING: Do not operate without guards in place.
WARNING: Check the lint trap often and clean as needed but at least a minimum of once per day.
WARNING: Alterations to equipment may not be carried out without consulting with the factory and
only by a qualified engineer or technician. Only Manufacturer’s parts may be used.
WARNING: Remove clothes from dryer as soon as it stops. This keeps wrinkles from setting in and
reduces the possibility of spontaneous combustion.
WARNING: Be Safe - shut main electrical power and gas supply off externally before attempting
service.
WARNING: Never use drycleaning solvents, gasoline, kerosene, or other flammable liquids in the dryer.
FIRE AND EXPLOSION WILL OCCUR. NEVER PUT FABRICS TREATED WITH THESE LIQUIDS
INTO THE DRYER. NEVER USE THESE LIQUIDS NEAR THE DRYER..
WARNING: Do not place items exposed to cooking oils in your dryer. Items contaminated
with cooking oils may contribute to a chemical reaction that could cause a load to catch fire.
WARNING: Never let children play near or operate the dryer. Serious injury could occur if a child
should crawl inside and the dryer is turned on.
WARNING: Never tumble fiberglass materials in the dryer unless the labels say they are machine
dryable. Glass fibers break and can remain in the dryer. These fibers cause skin irritation if they
become mixed with other fabrics.
WARNING: Before operating gas ignition system - purge air from natural gas or propane gas lines
per manufacturer’s instructions.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect this appliance from the power supply
before attempting any user maintenance other than cleaning the lint trap. Turning the controls to the
OFF position does not disconnect this appliance from the power supply.
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ATTENTION: L’ACHETEUR DOIT PLACER L’AVERTISSEMENT
SUIVANT DANS UN ENDROIT CLAIR ET VISIBLE:
AVERTISSEMENT. Assurez-vous de bien
suivre les instructions donnees dans cette
notice pour reduire au minimum le risque
d’incendie ou d’explosion ou pour eviter tuot
dommage materiel, toute blessure ou la mort.
__ Ne pas entreposer ni utiliser d’essence ni
d’autres vapeurs ou liquides inflammables dans
le voisinage de cet appareil ou de tout autre
apparell.
__ QUE FAIRE SI VOUS SENTEZ UNE
ODEUR DE GAZ:
• Ne pas tenter d’allumer d’apparell.
• Ne touchez a aucun interrupteur. Ne pas
vous servir des telephones se trouvant dans
le batiment ou vous vous trouvez.
• Evacuez la piece, le batiment ou la zone.
• Appelez immediatement votre fournisseur de
gaz depuis un voisin. Suivez les instructions
du fournisseur.
• Si vous ne pouvez rejoindre le fournisseur
de gaz, appelez le service des incendies.
__ l’installation et l’entretien doivent etre assures
par un installateur ou un service d’entretien
qualifie ou par le fournisseur de gaz.
ATTENTION: L’ACHETEUR DOIT PLACER L’AVERTISSEMENT
SUIVANT DANS UN ENDROIT CLAIR ET VISIBLE:
POUR VOTRE SECURITE
Ne pas entreposer ni utiliser d’ essence
ni d’autres vapeurs ou liquides
inflammables dans le voisinage de cet
appareil ou de tout autre appareil.
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CISSELL DRYER WARRANTY
The Cissell Manufacturing Company (Cissell) warrants all new equipment (and the original parts thereof) to be free from
defects in material or workmanship for a period of two (2) years from the date of sale thereof to an original purchaser for
use, except as hereinafter provided. With respect to non-durable parts normally requiring replacement in less than two (2)
years due to normal wear and tear, and with respect to all new repair or replacement parts for Cissell equipment for which
the two (2) year warranty period has expired, or for all new repair or replacement parts for equipment other than Cissell
equipment, the warranty period is limited to ninety (90) days from date of sale. The warranty period on each new replacement
part furnished by Cissell in fulfillment of the warranty on new equipment or parts shall be for the unexpired portion of the
original warranty period on the part replaced.
With respect to electric motors, coin meters and other accessories furnished with the new equipment, but not manufactured
by Cissell, the warranty is limited to that provided by the respective manufacturer.
Cissell’s total liability arising out of the manufacture and sale of new equipment and parts, whether under the warranty or
caused by Cissell’s negligence or otherwise, shall be limited to Cissell repairing or replacing, at its option, any defective
equipment or part returned f.o.b. Cissell’s factory, transportation prepaid, within the applicable warranty period and found
by Cissell to have been defective, and in no event shall Cissell be liable for damages of any kind, whether for any injury to
persons or property or for any special or consequential damages. The liability of Cissell does not include furnishing (or
paying for) any labor such as that required to service, remove or install; to diagnose troubles; to adjust, remove or replace
defective equipment or a part; nor does it include any responsibility for transportation expense which is involved therein.
The warranty of Cissell is contingent upon installation and use of its equipment under normal operating conditions. The
warranty is void on equipment or parts; that have been subjected to misuse, accident, or negligent damage; operated under
loads, pressures, speeds, electrical connections, plumbing, or conditions other than those specified by Cissell; operated
or repaired with other than genuine Cissell replacement parts; damaged by fire, flood, vandalism, or such other causes
beyond the control of Cissell; altered or repaired in any way that effects the reliability or detracts from its performance,
or; which have had the identification plate, or serial number, altered, defaced, or removed.
No defective equipment or part may be returned to Cissell for repair or replacement without prior written authorization
from Cissell. Charges for unauthorized repairs will not be accepted or paid by Cissell.
CISSELL MAKES NO OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, CONCERNING
THE EQUIPMENT OR PARTS INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, A WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, OR A WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY. THE WARRANTIES GIVEN ABOVE ARE EXPRESSLY IN
LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. CISSELL NEITHER ASSUMES, NOR AUTHORIZES
ANY PERSON TO ASSUME FOR IT, ANY OTHER WARRANTY OR LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE
MANUFACTURE, USE OR SALE OF ITS EQUIPMENT OR PARTS.
For warranty service, contact the Distributor from whom the Cissell equipment or part was purchased. If the Distributor
cannot be reached, contact Cissell.
IDENTIFICATION NAMEPLATE
The Identification Nameplate is located on the rear wall of the dryer. It contains the dryer serial number, product number, model
number, electrical specifications and other important data that may be needed when servicing and ordering parts, wiring diagrams,
etc. Do not remove this nameplate.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
125 LB. LAUNDRY DRYER
PAGE
Model Numbers & Company Address................................................................................. 1
Important Notices ............................................................................................................. 2-4
Dryer Warranty ................................................................................................................... 5
Table of Contents ................................................................................................................ 6
Warnings, Cautionary Notes and Symbols........................................................................ 7-8
Unpacking/General Installation ........................................................................................... 9
Dryer Specifications .................................................................................................... 10-12
Electrical Connections ...................................................................................................... 13
Gas Piping .................................................................................................................... 14-15
Gas Pipe Size Chart .......................................................................................................... 16
Gas Piping Installation ...................................................................................................... 17
Steam Piping Installation .............................................................................................. 18-19
Exhaust Installation - Multiple Exhaust ........................................................................ 20-22
Dryer Make-up Air Requirements ..................................................................................... 23
Exhaust Installation - Separate Exhaust ............................................................................. 24
Dryer Air Flow Installation............................................................................................... 25
Rules for Safe Operation of Dryer .................................................................................... 26
Energy Saving Tips ........................................................................................................... 27
Two Timer Models - Instructions................................................................................. 28-30
Moisture Control Models - Instructions ....................................................................... 31-32
Service Savers .................................................................................................................. 33
Troubleshooting Charts ................................................................................................ 34-36
Direct-Spark Ignition Operation ................................................................................... 37-38
General Maintenance......................................................................................................... 39
Burner Air Inlet Adjustment .............................................................................................. 40
Basket Alignment ......................................................................................................... 41-42
Shimming the Basket and Spider Assembly....................................................................... 43
Air Switch Adjustment ...................................................................................................... 44
Dryers with Reversing Control Timer .......................................................................... 45-46
Large Gear Reducer Maintenance ..................................................................................... 47
Front Exploded View ................................................................................................... 48-49
Double Motor Model ................................................................................................... 50-51
Front Panel and Door Assembly........................................................................................ 52
Thermostat Assembly ........................................................................................................ 53
Air Switch Assembly ........................................................................................................ 54
Thermistor Assembly ........................................................................................................ 54
Reversing Control Panel Assembly ................................................................................... 55
Permanent Press Control Panel Assembly ......................................................................... 56
Moisture Control Panel Assembly..................................................................................... 57
Large Gear Reducer .......................................................................................................... 58
Gas Bonnet Assembly ....................................................................................................... 59
Steam Bonnet Assembly ............................................................................................... 60-62
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SYMBOLS
The following symbols are used in this manual and/or on the machine. The
numbers between () refer to the numbers on the machine surveys.
Symbol
Description
NOTE!
Hot! Do Not Touch
Heiß! Nicht Beruhren
Haute temperature! Ne pas
toucher
Caliente! no tocar
dangerous voltage
tension dangereuse
Gefährliche elektrische
Spannung
tension peligrosa
on
marche
Ein
conectado
off
arrêt
Aus
desconectado
start
demarrage
Start
arranque de un movimiento
emission of heat in general
êmission de chaleur en
general
Warmeabgabe allgemein
emisión de calor
cooling
refroidissement
Kühlen
enfriamiento
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Part/Measurement
SYMBOLS
Symbol
Description
rotation in two directions
rotation dans les deux sens
Drehbewigung in zwei Richtungen
movimiento rotativo en los dos
sentidos
direction of rotation
sens de mouvement continu de rotation
Drehbewegung in Pfeilrichtung
movimiento giratorio o rotatorio
en el sentido de la flecha
End of Cycle
caution
attention
Achtung
atencion; precaucion
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Part/Measurement
Unpacking/General Installation (All Dryers)
UNPACKING
This dryer is packed in a large wooden crate.
Upon arrival of the equipment, any damage in shipment should be reported to
the carrier immediately.
Upon locating permanent location of a unit, care should be taken in movement
and placement of equipment.
See outline clearance diagrams for correct dimensions.
Remove all packing material such as: tape, manuals,
skid, etc.
Leveling: Use spirit level on top of dryer. Adjust leveling bolts on dryer (see
adjustable leveling bolts in maintenance section).
Check voltage and amperes on rating plate before installing the dryer.
On gear reducer models, remove screw and insert red vent attached to reducer.
GENERAL
INSTALLATION (ALL
DRYERS)
The construction of the dryers permits installation side-by-side to save space
or to provide a wall arrangement. Position dryer for the least amount of exhaust
piping and elbows, and allow free access to the rear of dryer for future
servicing of belts, pulleys and motors. Installation clearance from all
combustable material is 12” (305 mm) ceiling clearance, 24” (610 mm) rear
clearance, and 0” side clearance.
Before operating dryer, open basket door and remove blocking between front
panel and basket. Read the instruction tags, owner's manual, warnings, etc.
IMPORTANT
Opening the clothes loading door deactivates the door switch to shut off
the motors, fan, gas, steam, or electric element. To restart the dryer,
close the door and press in the push to start button for approximately 2
seconds.
IMPORTANT
This dryer is designed for a capacity maximum load. Overloading it will
result in long drying times and damp spots on some clothes.
IMPORTANT
Maximum operating efficiency is dependent upon proper air curculation.
The lint screen must be kept clean daily to insure proper air circulation
throughout the dryer.
IMPORTANT
Provide adequate clearance for air opening into the combustion chamber.
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125 lb. General Dimensions (Illustration)
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125 lb. Steam Heated Dryer Dimensions (Illustration)
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Specifications
GENERAL
SPECIFICATIONS FOR
125 lb. DRYERS
Floor Space
Gas .........................................................67” Deep x 47” W x 89-1/8” H
(1702 mm x 1194 mm x 2264 mm)
Steam ...................................................... 67” Deep x 47” W x 93-3/4” H
(1702 mm x 1194 mm x 2382 mm)
Door Opening ............................................31-1/4” diameter (794 mm)
Basket Size ................................................44” diameter x 42” Deep
(1118 mm x 1067 mm)
Basket Load Capacity ...............................125 lbs. (56.7 kg) dryweight
Basket Motor ............................................1 HP (.75 kW)
Fan Motor ..................................................1-1/2 HP (1.12 kW)
Basket RPM
Reversing ................................................28 (3.2 reversals per minute)
Non-Reversing ....................................... 34
Exhaust Duct .............................................12” diameter (305 mm)
Maximum Air Displacement
Steam ...................................................... 2000 cfm (3400 m3/h)
Gas .........................................................2000 cfm (3400 m3/h))
Recommended Operating Range .............. 1800-2000 cfm
(3060-3400 m3/h)
Net Weight (approximate)
Steam ..................................................... 1,614 lbs. (492 kg)
Gas .........................................................1,515 lbs. (462 kg)
Shipping Weight
Steam - 1 crate (approx.) .....................1,764 lbs. (538 kg)
Gas - 1 crate (approx.) ........................ 1,665 lbs. (507 kg)
Export Shipping Dimensions ....................93” L x 53” W x 78” H
-232.7 cu. ft. (2363 mm x 1347 mm x
1982 mm) - (6.59 m³)
BTU Input Rating .......................................300,000 Btu/h (75,600 kcal/h) (nat.,
mixed and mfg. gases) 300,000Btu/h
(75,600 kcal/h) (propane and butane
gases)
Gas Supply .................................................3/4” (20 mm) pipe connection
Electric Ignition ........................................Direct Spark Ignition System
Manifold Gas Pressure .............................3.5” w.c. (8.8 mbar) Max. (Nat. Gas);
11” w.c. (27.4 mbar) (LP Gas)
Drying Time (dry weight) .........................120 lbs. (49.9 kg) (Indian Head)
(Approximate - testing
in laboratory) ........................................ 70% water retention - 25 min.
50% water retention - 22 min.
STEAM HEATED DRYERS
ONLY
Operating Steam Pressure ........................100 PSIG (6.9 bar) Max.
Boiler HP (w/normal ld.) (14FPI) ...........10.4 (7.76 kW)
(4-Coil) .....................................................7.87 (5.88 kW)
(6-Coil) .....................................................9.5 (5.88 kW)
Steam Coils ...............................................(2) 40-1/2”L x 15-3/4”H x 6”W
(2) (1029 mm x 401 mm x 153 mm)
Traps for Steam Heating Coils .................3/4” (20 mm) (2)
Steam Supply Line ....................................3/4” (20 mm)
Steam Return Line ....................................3/4” (20 mm)
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Electrical Connections (with Grounding Instructions Illustration)
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS
FOR ALL DRYERS
Dryers must be electrically grounded by a separate #14 or larger
green wire from the grounding terminal within the service connection
box, to a cold water pipe. In all cases, the grounding method must
comply with local electrical code requirements; or in the absence of
local codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 or
the Canadian Electrical Code, CA C22.1.
See wiring diagram furnished with dryer. Your dryer is completely
wired at the factory and it is only necessary for the electrician to
connect the power leads to the wire connectors within the service
connection box on the rear of the dryer. Do not change wiring
without consulting the factory, as you may void the factory
warranty. DO NOT CONNECT THE DRYER TO ANY
VOLTAGE OR CURRENT OTHER THAN THAT SPECIFIED
ON THE DRYER RATING PLATE. (Wiring diagram is located on
rear wall of dryer.)
All panels must be in position before operation of dryer.
«Attention. Lors des opérations d’entretien
des commandes, ètiqueter tous les fils avant
de les dèconnecter. Toute erreur de câblage
peut être une source de danger et de panne»
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Gas Piping
GAS SERVICE
INSTALLATION
INFORMATION
The size of the gas service pipe is dependant upon many variables,
such as tees, lengths, etc. Specific pipe size should be obtained from
the gas supplier. Refer to the Gas Pipe Size Chart in this manual for
general gas pipe size information.
CAUTION
Gas loop piping must be installed as shown in Illustration, to
maintain equal gas pressure for all dryers connected to a single
gas service.
Other gas using appliances should be connected upstream
from the loop.
WARNING
(LIQUIFIED PETROLEUM GASES ONLY)
A Gas Pressure Regulator for Liquified Petroleum Gases is
not furnished on Gas Heated Clothes Dryers. This regulator
is normally furnished by the installer. In accordance with
American Gas Association (AGA) standards, a gas pressure
regulator, when installed indoors, must be equipped with a
vent limiter, or a vent line must be installed from the gas
pressure regulator vent to the outdoors.
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Gas Loop Piping and Gas Supply Piping System (Illustrations)
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Gas Pipe Size Chart
TOTAL BTU/HR
(for LP Gas correct
total BTU/HR below by
multiplying by .6)
GAS PIPE SIZE FOR 1000 BTU (250 KCAL) NATURAL GAS
AT 7” W.C. (17.5 MBAR) PRESSURE
TOTAL
KCAL
In figuring total length of pipe, make allowance for tees and elbows.
(50 ft.)
(75 ft.)
(100 ft.)
(125 ft.)
15,24 m
22,86 m
30,48 m
38,1 m
HOUR
(25 ft.)
7,62 m
(150 ft.)
45,72 m
60,000
15000
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
80,000
20000
3/4
3/4
3/4
1
1
1
100,000
25200
3/4
3/4
1
1
1
1
120,000
30200
3/4
1
1
1
1
1
140,000
35200
3/4
1
1
1
1
1 1/4
160,000
40300
3/4
1
1
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
180,000
45300
1
1
1
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
200,000
50400
1
1
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/2
300,000
75600
1
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/2
1 1/2
1 1/2
400,000
100800
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/2
1 1/2
1 1/2
2
500,000
126000
1 1/4
1 1/2
1 1/2
2
2
2
600,000
151200
1 1/2
1 1/2
2
2
2
2
700,000
176400
1 1/2
2
2
2
2
2 1/2
800,000
202000
1 1/2
2
2
2
2 1/2
2 1/2
900,000
230000
2
2
2
2 1/2
2 1/2
2 1/2
1,000,000
250000
2
2
2
2 1/2
2 1/2
2 1/2
1,100,000
270000
2
2
2 1/2
2 1/2
2 1/2
2 1/2
1,200,000
300000
2
2
2 1/2
2 1/2
2 1/2
2 1/2
1,300,000
330000
2
2 1/2
2 1/2
2 1/2
2 1/2
3
1,400,000
350000
2
2 1/2
2 1/2
2 1/2
3
3
1,500,000
380000
2
2 1/2
2 1/2
2 1/2
3
3
1,600,000
400000
2
2 1/2
2 1/2
3
3
3
1,700,000
430000
2
2 1/2
2 1/2
3
3
3
1,800,000
450000
2 1/2
2 1/2
3
3
3
3
1,900,000
480000
2 1/2
2 1/2
3
3
3
3
2,000,000
504000
2 1/2
2 1/2
3
3
3
3 1/2
2,200,000
550000
2 1/2
3
3
3
3 1/2
3 1/2
2,400,000
605000
2 1/2
3
3
3
3 1/2
3 1/2
2,600,000
650000
2 1/2
3
3
3 1/2
3 1/2
3 1/2
2,800,000
705000
2 1/2
3
3
3 1/2
3 1/2
3 1/2
3,000,000
750000
2 1/2
3
3 1/2
3 1/2
3 1/2
4
3,200,000
806000
3
3
3 1/2
3 1/2
3 1/2
4
3,400,000
850000
3
3 1/2
3 1/2
3 1/2
4
4
3,600,000
907000
3
3 1/2
3 1/2
3 1/2
4
4
3,800,000
960000
3
3 1/2
3 1/2
4
4
4
4,000,000
1000000
3
3 1/2
3 1/2
4
4
4
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Gas Piping Installation
GAS PIPING
INSTALLATION
1. The installation must conform to local codes or in absence of
local codes, with the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223 or
the CAN/CGA-B149, Installation Codes.
2. Check with utilities for proper gas pressure and gas supply
line.
3. Check for altitude elevation of the dryer.
4. The dryer and its individual shut-off valve must be
disconnected from the gas supply piping system at test
pressures in excess of 1/2 PSIG (.04 bar).
5. The dryer must be isolated from the gas supply piping system
by closing its individual manual shut-off valve during any
pressure testing of the gas supply piping system, at test
pressures equal to or less than 1/2 PSIG (.04 bar).
NATURAL GAS ONLY
Check the gas pressure inlet supply to the dryer, 11”WC
(27.4 bar)Pressure maximum. Check the manifold pressure,
3.5”WC (8.8 bar) Pressure inside the dryer.
CAUTION
Low gas pressure and intermittent gas will cause gas ignition
problems and inadequate drying of the clothes load.
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Steam Piping Installation
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
1. Set and anchor dryer in position. Machine should be level to
assure proper steam circulation.
2. To prevent condensate draining from headers to dryer, piping
should have a minimum 12” (305 mm) above respective
header. Do not make steam connection to header with a
horizontal or downwardly facing tee or elbow.
3. Whenever possible, horizontal runs of steam lines must drain,
by gravity, to respective steam header. Water pockets, or an
improperly drained steam header will provide wet steam,
causing improper operation of dryer. If pockets or improper
drainage cannot be eliminated, install a bypass trap to drain
condensate from the low point in the steam supply header to
the return.
4. In both steam supply and steam return line, it is recommended
that each have a 3/4” (20 mm) union and 3/4” (20 mm) globe
valve. This will enable you to disconnect the steam
connections and service the dryer while your plant is in
operation.
5. Before connecting trap and check valve to dryer, open globe
valve in steam supply line and allow steam to flow through
dryer to flush out any dirt and scale from dryer. This will
assure proper operation of trap when connected.
6. After flushing system, install bucket trap (with built-in
strainer) and check valve. For successful operation of dryer,
install trap 18" (458 mm) below coil and as near to the dryer
as possible. Inspect trap carefully for inlet and outlet
markings and install according to trap manufacturer’s
instructions. If steam is gravity returned to boiler, omit trap
but install check valve in return line near dryer.
7. Install union and globe valve in return line and make final
pipe connections to return header.
PIPING
RECOMMENDATIONS
1. Trap each dryer individually. Always keep the trap clean and
in good working condition.
2. When dryer is on the end of a line of equipment, extend
header at least 4 feet (2 m) beyond dryer. Install globe valve,
union, check valve and bypass trap at end of line. If gravity
returned to boiler, omit trap.
3. Insulate steam supply and return line for safety of
operator and safety while servicing dryer.
4. Keep dryer in good working condition. Repair or replace any
worn or defective parts.
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Steam Piping Installation (Illustration)
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Exhaust Installation—Multiple Manifold Duct
For Exhaust Duct less than 14 feet (5m) and 2 elbows
equivalent and less than 0.3 inches (8 mm) static pressure.
DRYER EXHAUSTS
Area of section “A-A” must be equal to the sum of dryer exhaust pipes entering
multiple exhaust pipe. (See chart below.)
No. of Dryers
Duct Diameter
(in inches)
(in CM)
No. of Dryers
Duct Diameter
(in inches)
(in CM)
No. of Dryers
Duct Diameter
(in inches)
6
9 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 23 24 25 26 26 27 28 28 29 30
15 23 27 30 35 38 41 43 46 48 51 53 56 58 58 61 63 66 66 68 71 71 73 76
MODELS: L28CD30, L28UR30, L36CD30, L36UR30, L36UR36, L36AR36, L44FD42
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
8 12 14 16 18 20 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
20 30 25 41 46 51 56 58 61 66 68 71 73 76 78 81 84 86 89 91 94 97 99 100
MODELS: L44CD42, L50CD42
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
12 17 21 24 27 30 32 34 36 38 40 42
30 43 53 61 68 76 81 86 91 97 100 106
AUTOMATIC ELECTRICAL CONTROL FOR EXHAUST FAN
For one or more dryers to start fan.
Exhaust
Booster Fan
Start and Stop
Switches on
Dryers
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____
____
____
____
Relay Coils
____
Power Supply
to Fan
____
(in CM)
MODELS: L28FD30, L28US30, L36FD30, L36US30, L36US36, L44FD42
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
Dryer Installation with Multiple Exhaust (Illustration)
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Dryer Installation with Multiple Exhaust
EXHAUST
INSTALLATION—
MULTIPLE MANIFOLD
DUCT
For Exhaust Duct more than 14 feet (5 m) and 2 elbows equivalent
and more than 0.3 inches (8 mm) static pressure.
1. Make-up air from outside building may enter enclosure from
top or side walls. (See Dryer Make-Up Air Requirements
Chart)
2. Use constant diameter duct with area equal to the sum of dryer
duct areas.
EXAMPLE: 6-8 in. (153-204 mm) diameter duct = 1-19.6 in.
(26-498 mm) diameter duct in area. Use 20 in. (508 mm)
diameter duct or diameter to match tube-axial fan.
3. Enclosure (plenum) with service door. This separates the
dryer air from room comfort air. If dryers use room air instead
of outside air, the heat loss can be another 25 Btu/h
(6.3 kcal/h) for each cubic foot per minute (cfm) used.
EXAMPLE: 125 lb. dryer, 2000 cfm (3400 m3/h) =
50,000 Btu/h (12,600 kcal/h) loss.
4. Zero inches clearance to combustible material allowed on
sides and at points within 4 inches (102 mm) of front on top.
5. Heat loss into laundry room from dryer fronts only is about
60 Btu/h (16 kcal/h) per square foot.
6. Flange mounted, belt driven tube-axial fan. Fan must run
when one or more dryers are running. See suggested
Automatic Electrical Control Wiring Diagram on page 23.
Must meet local electrical codes. Fan air flow (cfm) is equal
to sum of dryer air flows, but static pressure (SP) is dependent
on length of pipe and number of elbows.
7. Barometric Bypass Damper—Adjust to closed flutter
position with all dryers and exhaust fan running. Must be
located within enclosure.
CAUTION
Never install hot water heaters or other gas appliances in the
same room as dryers. Never install cooling exhaust fans in the
same room as dryers.
CAUTION
Never exhaust dryers with other types of equipment.
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Suggested Minimum Dryer Make-up Air Requirements
Dryer
Model
C 30 ST
C 75 ST
C 110
C 110 E/S
C 125
C 150
HD175
HD190
HD20.1
HD30SL
HD30.1
HD50.1
HD75.1
HD80.1
Dryer Pocket
Capacity
lb
kg
30
13.6
75
34
110
50
110
50
125
56.7
150
68
175
79.4
190
86.2
20
9.1
30
13.6
30
13.6
50
22.7
75
34
80
36.3
Maximum Air Flow Duct Size For
Required Make-up
Rate per Pocket
Service Connection
Air Area per Pocket
cfm
m3/h
inch
mm
sq. inch cm2
450
765
6
153
87
561
1000
1700
12
305
192
1240
2200
3740
12
305
422
2723
850
1445
8
203
163
1052
2000
3400
12
305
384
2477
2250
3825
12
305
432
2787
2780
4726
12
305
534
3445
3000
5100
12
305
576
3716
450
765
6
153
87
561
600
1020
8
203
116
748
625
1063
8
203
120
774
850
1445
8
203
164
1058
1000
1700
8
203
192
1240
1000
1700
10
254
192
1240
Notes:
1) The Model C 30 ST has 2 pockets per dryer, each pocket has the above listed characteristics;
each pocket is exhausted separately with a 6" (153mm) duct.
2) The Model C 75 ST has 2 pockets per dryer, each pocket has the above listed characteristics;
both pockets have one 8" (203mm) exhaust manifolded into one 12" (305mm) exhaust duct for
exhaust connection.
3) For the C 30 ST and the C 75 ST Models, the Required Make-up Air Area shown in the table
should be doubled since it is shown per pocket,only.
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Dryer Installation with Separate Exhaust (Preferred) (Illustration)
DRYER INSTALLATION
WITH SEPARATE
EXHAUST (PREFERRED)
DRYER INSTALLATION WITH SEPARATE EXHAUST
(PREFERRED)
For Exhaust Duct less than 14 feet (5 m) and 2 elbows equivalent
and less than 0.3 (8 mm) inches static pressure.
NEVER exhaust the dryer into a chimney.
NEVER install wire mesh screen over the exhaust or makeup air area.
NEVER exhaust into a wall, ceiling, or concealed space.
1. Make-up air opening from outside the building may enter the
enclosure from the top or side walls. (See Dryer Make-Up
Air Requirements Chart)
2. Enclosure (plenum) with service door. This separates the
dryer air from the room comfort air. If dryers use room air
instead of outside air, the heat loss can be another 25 Btu/h
(6.3 kcal/h) for each cubic foot per minute (cfm) used.
EXAMPLE: A 125 lb. dryer with 2000 cfm (3400 m3/h) =
heat loss of 50,000 Btu/h (12,600 kcal/h).
3. Zero inches clearance to combustible material allowed on
sides and at points within 4 inches (102 mm) of front on top.
4. Heat loss into laundry room from dryer fronts only is about
60 Btu/h (15.2 kcal/h) per square foot.
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Dryer Air Flow Installation
DRYER AIR FLOW
INSTALLATION
Nothing is more important than air flow for the proper operation of a clothes dryer. A dryer is
a pump which draws make-up air from the out-of-doors, through the heater, through the
clothes and then forces the air through the exhaust duct back to the out-of-doors. Just as in a
fluid water pump, there must be a fluid air flow to the inlet of the dryer, if there is to be the
proper fluid air flow out of the exhaust duct.
In summary, there must be the proper size out-of-doors inlet air opening (4-6 times the
combined areas of the air outlet) and an exhaust duct, size and length of which allows flow
through the dryer with no more than 0.3 inches water column (.8 mbar) static pressure in the
exhaust duct.
In some instances, special fans are required to supply make-up air, and/or boost exhaust fans
are required for both regular and energy saving models.
EXHAUSTING
DUCT
FOR BEST DRYING:
1.
Exhaust duct maximum length 14 feet (5 m) of straight duct and maximum of two
90° bends.
2.
Use 45° and 30° elbows wherever possible.
3.
Exhaust each dryer separately.
4.
Do not install wire mesh or other restrictions in the exhaust duct.
5.
Use clean-outs in the exhaust duct and clean periodically when needed.
6.
Never exceed 0.3 inches water column (.8 mbar) static pressure in the exhaust
duct without a booster fan.
MAKE-UP AIR
7.
Inside surface of the duct must be smooth.
8.
Recommend pop rivets for duct assembly.
FOR BEST DRYING:
1.
Provide opening to the out-of-doors in accordance with the following:
For each dryer—
8 inches (204 mm) diameter exhaust requires 2 square feet (.1858 m²) make-up air.
12 inches (305 mm)diameter exhaust requires 4 square feet (.3716 m²) make-up
air.
2.
Use barometric shutters in the inlet air opening to control air when dryers are not
running.
OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS Other Recommendations
TROUBLESHOOTING
To assure compliance, consult local building code requirements.
Troubleshooting
Hot dryer surfaces, scorched clothes, slow drying, lint accumulations, or air switch
malfunction are indicators of exhaust duct and/or make-up air problems.
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Rules for Safe Operation of Dryer
RULES FOR SAFE
OPERATION OF DRYER
1. Be sure your dryer is installed properly in accordance with
the recommended instructions.
2. CAUTION
Be safe—shut main electrical power supply and gas supply
off externally before attempting service.
3. CAUTION
Never use drycleaning solvents: gasoline, kerosene, or other
flammable liquids in the dryer. Fire and explosion will
occur.
Never put fabrics treated with these liquids into the dryer.
Never use these liquids near the dryer.
Always keep the lint screen clean.
Never use heat to dry items that contain plastic, foam or
sponge rubber, or rags coated with oils, waxes or paints. The
heat may damage the material or create a fire hazard.
Rubber easily oxidizes, causing excessive heat and possible
fire.
Never dry the above items in the dryer.
4. Never let children play near or operate the dryer. Serious
injury will occur if a child should crawl inside and the dryer
is turned on.
5. Never use dryer door opening and top as a step stool.
6. Read and follow manufacturer's instructions on packages of
laundry and cleaning aids. Heed any warnings or precautions.
7. Never tumble fiberglass materials in the dryer unless the
labels say they are machine dryable. Glass fibers break and
can remain in the dryer and could cause skin irritation if they
become mixed into other fabrics.
8. Reference
Lighting and shut-down instructions and wiring diagrams are
located on the rear wall of the dryer cabinet.
9. The dryer must not be installed or stored in an area where
it will be exposed to water and/or weather.
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Energy Saving Tips
ENERGY SAVING TIPS
1.
Install dryer so that you can use short, straight venting.
Turned elbows and long vent tubing tend to increase drying
time. Longer drying time means the use of more energy and
higher operating costs.
2.
Operate dryer using full-size loads. Very large loads use
extra energy. Very small loads waste energy.
3.
Dry light-weight fabrics separately from heavy fabrics. You
will use less energy and get more even drying results by
drying fabrics of similar weight together.
4.
Clean the lint screen area daily. A clean lint screen helps
give faster, more economical drying.
5.
Do not open the dryer door while drying. You let warm air
escape from the dryer into the room.
6.
Unload the dryer as soon as it stops. This saves having to restart your dryer to remove wrinkles.
NOTE
It is best to run a properly sized bag of rags and/or old
towels through one or two cycles prior to drying in service.
This process will remove any films or residual coatings left
by the manufacturing process.
CAUTION
Synthetic solvent fumes from dry cleaning machines create
acids when drawn through the dryer. These acid fumes
cause rusting of painted parts, pitting of bright plated parts
and completely removes the zinc from galvanized metal
parts, such as the tumbler basket.
If the dry cleaning machines are in the same area as the
tumbler, then the tumbler make-up air must come from a
source free of solvent fumes.
ABOVE 2,000 FEET
(610 M)
ELEVATIONS ABOVE 2,000 FEET (610 M)
Input ratings shown on the rating plate (serial tag) are for elevations
up to 2,000 feet (610 m). For elevations above 2,000 feet (610 m),
rating should be reduced at a rate of 4% for each 1,000 feet (305 m)
above sea level.
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Two Timer Models—Figures 1, 2, and 3 (Illustrations)
Page 28
Operating Instructions—Two Timer Models
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS—TWO
TIMER MODELS
OPERATINGINSTRUCTIONS—TWO TIMERMODELS
1. After loading the dryer tumbler with the water washed clothes
load, close the loading door. For better drying, do not load dryer
with combination of garments that twist.
2. Turn the 60-minute drying timer to the desired drying time. The
drying cycle light will be on and indicate the drying. The light
shuts off when drying time is complete. (figure 1 on page 26.)
3. Turn the 15-minute cooling cycle timer to the desired cool down
time. (Note: Dryer will not start unless some cooling time is
selected!). After the drying cycle is completed, then the cooling
cycle time will automatically operate. The cooling light will be
on and indicate the cooling of the clothes load. The light shuts
off when cooling time is completed. (figure 1 on page 26.)
4. Temperature Selector—Select temperature per type of load
being dried in the dryer. (figure 2 on page 26.)
High Heat—Mixed and heavy fabrics, set dial to 195°F (77°C).
Normal—Cottons and linens, set dial to 170°F (77°C).
Permanent Press Heat—Poly knit synthetics, blends, lightweight fabrics, set dial to 150°F (66°C).
Low Heat—Delicate, sheer fabrics, easy-to-dry, set dial to
135°F (58°C).
5. Thermometer—Use this with your temperature selection. Note
what temperature is too hot or too cold. (figure 3 on page 26.)
6. Turn switch to “ON” or “I” position. (figure 1 on
page 26.)
7. Close the dryer door, but the basket will not rotate until the
PUSH-TO-START BUTTON is pressed. Press in the PUSHTO-START BUTTON (approximately 2 seconds) until the
dryer starts running and then release button. (figure 1 on page 26.)
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Operating Instructions—Two Timer Models
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS—TWO
TIMER MODELS
OPERATINGINSTRUCTIONS—TWO TIMERMODELS
(continued)
What is happening to the drying operation:
a. The fan motor will operate.
b. The basket will rotate.
c. The heat source will be energized.
d. The heated air will mix with the water washed
clothes to evaporate the moisture from the garments.
e. The thermostats will function to maintain a safe
temperature throughout the drying cycle.
f. The heat will be shut off and the motor will continue
to run to cool the dry load to a desired handling
temperature.
8. When the drying timer completes its time, then the cooling
timer will be energized and the cooling light will be “On”.
When the cooling timer completes its time, the cooling light
will turn “Off” and the “End-of-Cycle” light will be “On”.
The “End-of-Cycle” light will go off when the “Start/Stop”
switch is turned to “Off” or “O”. At the end of the cool-down
cycle, the clothes load is dry.
9. To shut the dryer “Off”, move the “Start/Stop” switch to
“Off” or “O” position. This switch is a safety switch to
immediately stop the dryer's operation.
Special Reversing Feature—Set the “Reversing/NonReversing” switch to “Reversing”. See service manual for
setting of time of each reversal. Reversing of the basket is
designed for loads that twist (example—bed sheets and large
mixed loads). “Non-Reversing” is for small or medium-size
items that don't twist.
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Moisture Control (Illustration)
Page 31
Operating Instructions - Moisture Control Models (Optional)
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS MOISTURE CONTROL
MODELS (OPTIONAL)
NOTE:
Machines with Moisture Control option can be used like
regular two-timer models. To dry with Two Timer method, flip
switch on Control Panel to “Time Drying”. To dry with the
Moisture Control method, flip the switch to “Automatic
Drying”. The indicator light will be on while the machine is in
operation.
1.
After loading the dryer tumbler with water washed clothes
load, close the loading door. For better drying, do not load
dryer with combination of garments that twist.
2.
Select desired Moisture level to remain in “the load from the
selector switch on the Control Panel (see page 26). The
numbers are relative with “10” being the most wet and “0”
being the most dry. After a number of loads have been run and
desired moisture level has been determined, record and reuse
the same setting on similar loads.
3.
Turn the 15-minute cooling cycle timer to the desired cool down
time. After the drying cycle is completed, then the cooling cycle
time will automatically operate. The cooling light will be on
and indicate the cooling of the clothes load. The light shuts off
when cooling time is completed. (See page 26.)
4.
Temperature Selector - Select temperature per type of load
being dried in the dryer. (See page 23.)
High Heat - Mixed and heavy fabrics, set dial to 195º F (91° C).
Normal - Cottons and linens, set dial to 170º F (77° C).
Permanent Press Heat - Poly knit synthetics, blends,
lightweight fabrics, set dial to 150º F (66° C).
Low Heat - Delicate, sheer fabrics, easy-to-dry, set dial to
135º F (58 °C).
5.
Digital Temperature Read Out - Use this with your
temperature selection. Note what temperature is too hot or too
cold. (See figure 1 on page 23.)
6.
Turn switch to “ON” or “I” position. (See page 26.)
7.
Close the dryer door. The basket will not rotate until the
PUSH-TO-START BUTTON is pressed. Press the PUSHTO-START BUTTON until the dryer starts running
(approximately 2 seconds) and then release button. (See figure
1 on page 26.)
8.
The machine cycle will stop drying and switch to cool-down
when the desired set moisture level has been reached. The
machine will run for the amount of time set on the cool-down
timer.
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Service Savers
TROUBLESHOOTING
DRYER WON’T START
DRYER WON’T HEAT
CLOTHES ARE NOT
SATISFACTORILY DRY
GAS DRYER IGNITION
To help you troubleshoot the dryer, we list below the most common
reasons for service calls and some answers to the problems. Before
you call service, please review the following items:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Is the door completely closed?
Are the controls set to the “ON” or “I” position?
Did you push the “start” control?
Has a fuse blown or a circuit breaker tripped?
Are the fuses tight?
Check for low voltage.
1. Is the dryer set for “cooling time” rather than “drying
time”?
2. Are the gas valve in the dryer and the valve on the main gas
line turned on?
3. Check for low or intermittant gas pressure.
1. Timed cycle—Did you allow enough heating time before the
cool-down part of the cycle?
2. Is the lint screen blocked?
3. Is the exhaust duct to the outside clean and not blocked? (A
blocked exhaust will cause slow drying and other
problems.)
The dryer has a safety device which automatically shuts off the gas
if the burner fails to light in a short time. If this happens, turn the
dryer off. Check and see if the manual gas valve is open. Wait 5
minutes for the safety device to reset. Then reset the dryer
controls. If the dryer still fails to heat, call for service. All panels,
covers and doors must be in place and closed before starting the
dryer.
VERY IMPORTANT
When calling the factory for service, always refer to the
model number and serial number.
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Troubleshooting Chart
TROUBLE
Motor will not start.
CAUSE
No power.
Incorrect power.
Motor tripping on thermal
overload.
Time off.
Loose wiring
connections.
Defective starting
relay.
Low voltage.
Inadequate wiring.
Loose connections.
Inadequate air.
Basket motor will not run.
Motor runs, but basket will
not revolve.
Dryer noisy or vibrating.
Poor housekeeing.
Loading door
OPEN.
Door Switch out of
adjustment.
Defective Door
Switch.
Defective Basket
Motor Contractor.
V-Belt broken.
V-Belt loose.
Motor Pulley loose.
Basket overloaded.
Not leveled.
Fan out of balance.
Basket rubbing.
V-Belt sheaves.
Belt.
Foreign objects.
REMEDY
Check fuses on Circuit Breakers. Make sure Main
Control Switch is ON.
Check power source; voltage, phase and frequency must
be the same as specified on Electrical Rating Plate.
Turn timer clockwise to desired time setting.
Check wire connections in electrical box on rear of dryer.
Check coils and contacts.
Check voltage at motor terminals. Voltage must be within
+ 10% of voltage shown on Motor Rating Plate. If not,
Check with local power company for recommended
corrective measures.
Check with local power company to insure that wiring is
adequately sized for load.
Check all electrical connections and tighten any loose
connections.
Check Installation Sheet in Service section for
recommended make-up air openings.
Clean lint accumulation on and around motors.
Close door.
Adjust switch by removing cover and bend Actuator
Lever to clear Switch Button 3/8" (10mm) with cover in
place.
Replace switch.
Replace contactor.
Replace V-Belt.
Adjust belt tension.
Tighten set screw.
Remove load.
Check manual for proper leveling procedures.
Accidental damage to the fan blade can change the
dynamic balance. Damaged fans should be replaced.
Adjust basket clearance.
Tighten set screws. Make sure sheaves are in proper
alignment.
Adjust belt tension.
Occcasionally screws, nails, etc., will hang in the basket
perforations and drag against the sweep sheets surrounding the basket. Such foreign objects should be removed
immediately.
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Troubleshooting Chart
TROUBLE
Dryer runs, but no heat.
CAUSE
Incorrect voltage.
No voltage.
Lint Door OPEN.
Defective Gas Valve.
Gas turned OFF.
Line fuse or heater
circuit fuse blown to
unit.
Defective Door
Switch.
Spark Igniter not
igniting gas.
Air Switch not
operating.
Air Switch out of
adjustment.
Air Switch defective.
Gas pressure too low.
Improper orifice.
Electric power to
heating unit turned
OFF.
Defective relay.
Defective
thermostat.
Defective Safety
Overload
Thermostat.
Lint compartment
door OPEN.
REMEDY
Check for correct control voltage - 24V.
Check power supply, check secondary voltage on transformer and check wiring and wiring diagram.
CLOSE Lint Door.
Replace Valve Assembly.
Turn Manual Gas Valve ON.
Replace fuse.
Replace Door Switch.
Check ground.
Clean out lint compartment daily. Check Back Draft Damper
for foreign objects, lint accumulation or other causes that
may prevent damper from operating. Check duct work for
lint build-up. Check installation sheet to insure that duct
work and make-up air openings are adequately sized. Check
exhaust outlet. If a screen has been improperly installed on
the outlet, it may be clogged with lint or frozen over in
winter. Never install a screen on the exhaust outlet. Vacuum
within dryer drops to .09 inches or water column, or less, for
normal operation of dryer, vacuum reading can be made with
a Vacuum U-Gauge by removing a sheet metal screw in the
front panel of dryer, and inserting the rubber tube of the
vacuum gauge into screw opening.
See Air Switch Adjustment Sheet in Service Manual.
Replace Air Switch.
Check manifold pressure and adjust to pressure specified on
Rating Plate. If this pressure cannot be obtained, have gas
supplier check main pressure.
Dryer is orificed for type of gas specified on Rating Plate.
Check with gas supplier to determine specifications for gas
being used. If different from Rating Plate, Contact factory
and obtain proper orifices.
Turn power ON.
Replace relay.
Replace thermostat.
Replace thermostat.
CLOSE door.
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Troubleshooting Chart
TROUBLE
Main Burners burning
improperly.
Main Burner cycles ON
and OFF.
Low or high gas flame.
Dryer too hot.
Dryer does not stop at end
of time period (6).
Dryer runs no steam to
coils.
CAUSE
REMEDY
Dirt in burner.
High gas pressure.
Orifice too large.
Restricted or blocked
exhaust.
Defective Ground.
Blow out.
Adjust gas pressure per Rating Plate.
Send to factory for correct orifices.
Clean exhaust.
Incorrect Main
Burner orifices.
Incorrect Main
Burner orifice.
Inadequate make-up
air.
Lint accumulated.
Exhaust duct
dampers.
High gas pressure.
Partially restricted or
inadequately sized
exhaust system.
Defective thermostat.
Defective timer.
Replace orifices. Check factory for correct size.
Valve CLOSED.
Check all valves in steam supply and return. Make sure
they are OPEN.
Remove and clean. Replace if defective.
On dryers using solenoid temperature control, thermostat
controls operation of Solenoid Valve by advancing
thermostat.
On dryers using solenoid temperature control, thermostat
controls operation of Solenoid Valve. If defective, replace
thermostat.
Check for inlet and outlet marking on Check Valve and
invert if neccessary.
Remove plug and blow down Strainer or remove and clean
thoroughly if heavily clogged.
Check piping per Steam Installation Instructions.
Steam Trap blocked.
Solenoid Valve.
Thermostat.
Check Valve installed incorrectly.
Strainer clogged.
Water in Steam Line.
Steam Piping installed incorrectly.
Trap not functioning.
Check Ground.
Replace orifices. Check factory for correct size.
Make-up air must be 4 to 6 times the exhaust area of the
dryer.
Remove lint.
Must be full OPEN or replace.
Adjust gas pressure as specified on Rating Plate.
Check Service section for recommended sizes. Remove
obstructions or lint build up from duct work. NEVER use
smaller size exhaust duct. ALWAYS use larger size.
Replace thermostat.
Replace timer.
Check trap for size and capacity. If dirty and sluggish,
clean thoroughly or replace. Check return line for high
back pressure, or another trap charging against the trap
functioning improperly.
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Direct-Spark Ignition Operation
DIRECT SPARK
IGNITION
OPERATION
NOTE:
Some models are equipped with a dual ignition system.
The dual ignition system contains two Direct Spark
Ignition modules in parallel. Each module has its own
Flame Sense circuit and acts independently of the other.
If either Bonnet Limit Thermostat opens because of high
heat or flame impingement, the entire ignition system
will shut down.
1.
When a call for heat is received from the control supplying
24VAC to the Ignition Control Module, the pre-purge delay
timer begins. This delay time allows any air/sediment to be
ejected prior to burner ignition. Following the pre-purge delay
period, the gas valve is energized and the spark ignitor sparks
for the trial for ignition period.
2.
When a flame is detected during the trial for ignition period, the
spark ignitor shuts off and the gas valve remains energized.
3.
If no flame is detected by the Flame Sense Circuit, the Ignition
Control Module will go into safety lockout. The valve will be
turned off immediately. If the module has multiple retries and
no flame is detected, the gas valve is de-energized and the
module goes into an interpurge delay. After this delay, the
module will attempt another trial for ignition period. This will
continue until the number of retries has been used up. At that
time, the module will go into safety lockout.
4.
Recovery from safety lockout requires one of the following:
a. A manual reset by opening and closing the loading door.
b. After one hour if the Control Thermostat is still calling for
heat, the module will automatically reset and the trial for
ignition period will start over.
5.
Opening the loading door will cause the flame to extinguish.
Closing the door and starting the dryer will restart the trial for
ignition period.
6.
Once the Control Thermostat has been satisfied and/or the
Drying Timer has been timed out, the Ignition Control
Module(s) will be de-energized, the gas valve(s) will be deenergized and the flames will extinguish.
7.
The machine will continue to run in a cooldown mode without
heat. This process will cool the load to the touch and help to
eliminate wrinkling.
Page 37
DIRECT SPARK
IGNITION OPERATION
FLOW CHART
Page 38
Maintenance—General
MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
CLEAN LINT TRAP DAILY. Remove lint before starting day’s operation. A
clean lint trap will increase the efficiency of the dryer, as the moisture-laden air
will be exhausted more quickly.
CLEAN BASKET AND SWEEP SHEETS. Clean periodically and/or as
often as required. The basket and sweep sheets are easily accessible by
removing the front panel of the dryer.
GEAR REDUCER. Maintain the correct oil level. See separate page on Gear
Reducer Operation and Maintenance, for detailed information.
PULLEYS AND BELTS. Keep belts clean. Oil and dirt will shorten the useful
life of the belt. Never allow a belt to run against the belt guard. Check
periodically for alignment. Pulley shafts must be parallel and the grooves must be
aligned. Check and re-tighten pulley set screws periodically. Check belt tension
periodically. Lower motor to increase tension by adjusting the nuts fastening the
motor plate to the rod connected to the Gear Reducer.
ELECTRIC MOTORS. Keep motors clean and dry. Motors having ball
bearings are packed with sufficient grease for approximately five years of normal
operation. After five years, the bearings and housing should be cleaned
thoroughly. Repack each bearing and the cavity in back of the bearing one-third
full with Chevron Grease No. SR1-2.
Motors having wool packed sleeve bearings are oiled at the factory for one year
of normal operation. After one year, add annually one-half teaspoon of electric
motor oil or S.A.E.#10 to each bearing. For 24 hour per day operation, add
one teaspoon of oil annually.
If motors overheat, check voltage and wiring. Low voltage, inadequate wiring,
and loose connections are the main cause of motor failure.
STEAM HEATING UNITS. Keep steam coils clean. Check periodically and
clean often, as required. Remove lint and dirt build-up from fins. Dirty fins
decrease the efficiency of steam heated units.
GAS BURNERS. Keep burners clean. Check periodically and clean often.
EXHAUST SYSTEM. Periodically check and clean.
CLEAN OUT PANEL. (Energy Saver Gas Models) Remove this panel,
located on the heating unit, and clean the inside area of lint and dirt on a regular
basis.
DRYER AREA. Keep dryer area clean and free from combustible materials,
gasoline and other flammable vapors and liquids.
MAKE-UP AIR. Do not obstruct the flow of combustion (make-up) air and
ventilating air.
GAS PRESSURE. Periodically check gas pressure.
DRYER VOLTAGE. Periodically check dryer voltage per dryer Rating Plate.
Page 39
Burner Air Inlet Adjustment (with Illustration)
BURNER AIR INLET
ADJUSTMENT
Page 40
Basket Alignment for 125 lb. Dryers (Illustrations)
Page 41
Basket Alignment for 125 lb. Dryers
INSTRUCTIONS FOR
ALIGNING BASKETS ON
125 LB. DRYERS
INSTRUCTIONS
1. Loosen bolts number one (1) through five (5).
2. Place pin “A” in position shown in figures 1 and 2.
3. Check pins “B” at position shown in figures 1 and 2 for
equal clearance.
4. If pin “B” clearance is unequal, adjust at nut #6.
5. When clearance at pin “B” is correct, tighten bolts #1 in the
following order, as viewed from rear of dryer, top right,
bottom left, top left and bottom right.
6. Tighten bolts #5 until flush against back of dryer. Tighten
lock nut #4 to secure bolt #5 in position.
7. Tighten bolts #2 and #3.
8. Remove pin “A” and check for proper clearance at points
“A” and “B”. If clearance is incorrect, repeat the above
steps.
NOTE
Use short sections of round steel rod for pins or drill bits may
be used in place of round rod.
Page 42
Shimming the Basket and Spider Assembly
This procedure is normally necessary when replacing either the
INSTRUCTIONS FOR
SHIMMING THE BASKET basket or the spider assembly on any dryer. The alignment of these
AND SPIDER ASSEMBLY two parts is crucial in assuring a true running basket.
A. Align the basket as per instructions on the previous page.
B. Rotate the basket to determine where the most out-of-round
point is (where the basket scrapes or comes closest to
scraping the sweep sheet).
C. Mark this position and the nearest rib to this position. If it is
between two ribs, both ribs may need to be shimmed.
D. Remove the basket from the dryer (do not loosen the
alignment bolts).
E. With the basket on the floor (spider up), loosen the cap
screws and tie rod nuts enough to insert one or two shims
between the spider leg and the basket at the marked position.
With shims in place, tighten the screws and nuts.
F. Install spider and basket assembly and check again.
G. If basket is still out-of-round, start at Step B and repeat
procedure.
H. When shimming is completed, re-align basket.
Page 43
Air Switch Adjustment
AIR SWITCH
ADJUSTMENT
1. Shut off current; disconnect leads and remove air switch.
2. Lay air switch assembly on flat surface. Adjust air blade at
“A” (figure 1) so that air blade lays flat and surface “B” is
parallel to the flat surface.
3. Place 3/8” x 5/8” (10 mm x 16 mm) spacer bar or equivalent
“C” (figure 2) under air blade in position shown; hold switch
mounting bracket firmly and adjust switch actuator “D” with
needle nose pliers at “E” by twisting actuator right or left,
whichever is needed, so that switch closes when end of air
blade engages bar “C”.
4. Maximum opening of air switch must be no greater than
3/4” (20 mm) (figure 3). Bend tab “F” in or out to maintain
this dimension.
5. Re-install air switch assembly on rear of dryer.
6. Re-check operation of air blade. Switch must close before
air blade engages face of opening and re-open before stop
“F” engages.
Page 44
Dryers with Reversing Control Timer
INSTRUCTIONS FOR
DRYERS WITH
REVERSING CONTROL
TIMER
Instructions
In operation, coasting of basket increases, making it necessary to
readjust reversing timer.
CAUTION
Failure to do this will cause the thermal overload units for the
basket to cut-out unnecessarily and probably damage the
gear reducer.
Adjustment of Reversing Timer Dwell Time
CAUTION
Dryer power supply must be shut off before adjusting timer.
The dwell time is the time from when the motor turns “off”, to when
it turns “on” again in the opposite direction.
Turning the dwell adjustment knob counter-clockwise increases the
dwell time and turning it clockwise decreases the dwell time.
Recommended dwell time for the basket to stop completely is 5 to 7
seconds. Minimum basket stopping time is
4 seconds.
NOTE
Select non-reversing or reversing before starting dryer.
NOTE
Fan rotates counter-clockwise as viewed from back end of
motor. See arrow on motor support. to change rotation,
reverse power leads L1 and L2.
Page 45
Dryers with Reversing Control (Timer Illustration)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR
DRYERS WITHOUT
REVERSING CONTROL
FAN AND BASKET
ROTATION
Instructions
NOTE
Fan rotates counter-clockwise as viewed from back end of
motor. See arrow on motor support.
Basket rotates counter-clockwise as viewed from back end of motor.
See arrow on motor support.
Basket rotates clockwise as viewed from front of tumbler.
To change rotation of both fan and basket, reverse power leads L1
and L2.
To change rotation of fan only, reverse motor leads F1 and F2.
To change rotation of basket only, reverse motor leads B1 and B2.
Page 46
Large Gear Reducer Maintenance
LARGE GEAR REDUCER
MAINTENANCE
LARGE GEAR REDUCER MAINTENANCE
Before placing the dryer in operation, check the oil level. If the
oil level is correct, it can be checked by removing the fill overflow
plug on the right hand side of the gear reducer (facing rear).
If oil must be added, remove the pop-off valve at the top of the gear
reducer and add as needed.
CHANGE OIL ONCE EVERY 6 MONTHS.
WARNING:
Oil level shall not exceed 52 oz.
Please drain oil to oil level plug if required.
Page 47
125 lb. Laundry Dryer (Front Exploded View) (Illustration)
Page 48
Parts—125 lb. Laundry Dryer (Front Exploded View)
1
2
*3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
*20
21
22
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
TU8013
TU5739
TU14157
TU5674
TU7159
TU14056
TU13803
TU5302
TU2486
TU2477
TU5337
F646
TU5290
K109
K348
TU5397
TU6469
K421
TU10345
TU7473
K368
K121
TU13807
TU6030
TU1979H
TU1771
TU3219
TU2373
TU7733
TU3479
FG343
FG345
P104
TU2842
TU3246
Cissell Nameplate
Support Rod
Access Panel
Control Box Brace
Left Control Box
Right Control Box
Jacket Weldment
Gasket Set
Thermostat Bracket
Thermostat
Thermostat Bulb Support
5/16” Clamp
Felt Seal
Spider “C” and “F”
Spider “K” and “R”
Outside Rib Plate
Basket “C” and “F”
Basket and Spider “C” & “F”
Lint Screen Hood
Door Handle
Lint Screen ONLY
Wire Frame ONLY
Front Panel & Door Assy.
Temperature Control
Door Switch
#6 Twin Speed Nut (Pkg. of 12)
#6 x 1” Screw
Mounting Bracket
#8 x 1/2” Screw (Pkg. of 6)
#10 - 32 x 7/16” Truss Screw
Screw Fastener
Retaining Washer
1/4” Cut Washer (Pkg. of 6)
#10 - 32 Hex Nut (Pkg. of 6)
3/8” - 16 x 1” Hex Head Screw
(Pkg. of 6)
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
*45
VSB134
IB140
TU6854
LB74
TU7848
TU3801
TU2662
TU2664
OP251
TU5801
F557
FB187
TU7804
46 TU9975
47 TU490
TU491
48 K169
49 TU6025
50 TU3811
51 TU6159
52 TU14025
53 TU9209
54 RC349
55 TU7719
56 TU8036
57 TU6160
58 TU11568
59 TU13629
60 TU13409
TU13627
3/8” Lockwasher (Pkg. of 6)
3/8” Cut Washer
#14 x 3/4” Screw
#14 Speed Nut without Barbs
#14 Speed Nut with Barbs
Push On Speed Nut
1/2” - 20 x 1 1/2” Cap Screw
5/8” - 18 x 1 1/2” Cap Screw
1/2” Lockwasher
5/8” Lockwasher
#10 - 24 x 3/8” Screw
#10 Lockwasher
Lint Door (with Insulation),
Handles, and Hardware
Basket Shaft Key
Thermostat Knob (Fahrenheit)
Thermostat Knob (Centigrade)
Handle Assembly
Cam Stop
Cam
Support Clips
Reset Button Assembly
Snap Bushing
1/4" Lockwasher
Conduit Channel Cover
Left Control Box Shield “C”
Lint Screen Clip
Door Trim
Cable, Hi-Voltage DSI
Spark Ignition Mount, 3-Trial
(Gas only)
Spark Ignition Mount, 1-Trial
(Gas only)
* Specify Color
Page 49
125 lb. Dryer (Double Motor Models) (Illustration)
Page 50
Parts—125 lb. Laundry Dryer (Double Motor Models)
1 TU4934
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
FB189
TU8206
CFB3000
TU3806
TU3807
TU5668
TU2363
TU2832
TU6081
TU2833
TU9615
TU470
TU6633
14
15
16
*17
18
TM200
TU5328
TU4626
TU5658
TU2473
*19
19A
20
21
22
TU403
TUX220
TU4791
TU2372
CFB2800
23 TU6026
24 TU6027
25 TU5507
1/4” - 20 x 7/16” Hex Nut
(Pkg. of 6)
1/4” - 20 x 1” Hex Head Screw
Air Switch**
1/2” Greenfield Cable - 30”
Gear Sheave
Sheave Bushing
Outside Belt Guard
“V” Belt 5L500
Motor Sheave 60 Cy.
Motor Sheave 50 Cy.
Sheave Bushing
Belt Guard Welded Asm.
Large Hex Nut (2 required)
2-3/4” O.D. x 1- 13/32”
I.D. x 3/4” Thick Washer
Gear Reducer**
Belt Adjusting Rod
Basket Motor Mount Asm.
Motor and Fan Mount (60 Cycle)
Self-Sticking Gaskets
(2 sets required)
Fan Wheel (50 Cycle)
Fan Wheel (60 Cycle)
90 Degree Angle Connector
Snap Bushing
1/2" Greenfield Cable
(specify 28”)
Top Motor Conduit
Back Motor Conduit
Blanking Plate “C” Model
(Steam Only)
26 500300644 Junction Box
27 TU7517
Basket Shaft Cover
TU10732
Prompter Housing Assembly**
28 TU7131
3/4” Straight Connector
29 SB170
Junction Box Cover
30 TU13803
Jacket Welded Assembly
31 TU14057
Key
32 TU7733
#8 x 1/2” Self Drinning Screw
(Pkg. of 6)
33 RC347
1/2” - 13 x 1 1/4” Hex Head Cap
34 TU2831
1/2” Split Lockwasher (Pkg. of 6)
35 TU1851
1/2” Flat Washer
36 TU2195
1/2” - 13 x 1 3/4” Hex Head
Cap Screw (Pkg. of 6)
37 TU455
Cam Adjustment Nut
38 TU3575
7/8” Internal Tooth Lockwasher
39 TU5312
3/8” - 16 x 3” Square Head
Set Screw
40 TU4787
3/8” - 16 Hex Nut (Pkg. of 6)
41 TU5439
5/16” - 18 x 3/4” Hex Head
Cap Screw (Pkg. of 6)
42 TU2814
5/16” Split Lockwasher
(Pkg. of 6)
43 C249
5/16” - 18 Hex Nut (Pkg. of 6)
44 TU2831
3/8” Split Lockwasher (Pkg. of 6)
45 TU108
Felt Seal
46 F1116
Serial No. Nameplate
47 CFB0650
1/2” Greenfield Cable
(specify 6 1/2”)
48 TU2846
1/4” Split Lockwasher (Pkg. of 6)
49 TU2847
1/4” Flat Washer (Pkg. of 6)
50 TUX415
Air Switch Box
51 TU8206
Air Switch Assembly
* For 50 Cy. Motor Mount Assembly
** See separate page for parts breakdown
CAUTION
Grease to be applied to all bearing shafts, #42-0326015 grease Lubriplate #310, 1 lb. cans OR 14 1/2
ounce tubes - Lubriplate No. 930-2, multi-purpose
grease #10098.
Page 51
Front Panel and Door Assembly (Illustration)
*TU13807 Front Panel Assembly w/Door
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
TU7862
TU7169
TU5503
TUA2319H
TU14483
TU2236
TU5288
TU13809
TU2641
TU5458
TU10673
TU7858
13 PIF172
14 TU2687
15 TU3785
Door Glass 20 - 1/4”
Door Glass Gasket
Door Latch Spacer
Door Latch with Keeper
Door (specify color)
Hinge Post
Door Seal
Front Panel
Thermometer Gasket
Temperature Label
Insulation
“Clean Lint Compartment”
Nameplate
Hinge Post Bearing
#8 - 1/2” Phillips Head Screw
#8 Cup Lockwasher
16 TU2686
17 TU2836
18 TU3212
19 TU3209
20 TU4839
21 TU4840
22 RC347
*TU7856
*TU9318
* Specify Color
Page 52
#8 - 32 x 3/8” Phillips
Head Screw
5/16” - 32 x 3/8” Hex
Head Screw
5/16” I.T. Lockwasher
#14 x 5/8” Pan Head Screw
#10 - 32 x 3/8” Hex
Head Screw
#10 - 32 Crown Nut
1/4” Lockwasher
Door w/Plain Glass Assy.
(Parts 1-5)
Door w/Solid Panel Assy.
(Parts 3-5)
Thermostat Assembly (Illustration)
TU6030 Front Panel Assembly w/Door
1 TU5530
2 TU1980
3 TU3593
TU3816
TU8475
TU11193
TU13213
4 TU490
TU491
5 TU3209
6 TU7848
Mounting Bracket
Thermostat
Thermometer
Lens Replacement (Texas Gage ONLY)
Lens Replacement (Marshaltown Inst. ONLY)
Lens Replacement (Weiss—consult factory)
Lens Replacement (Weiss—consult factory)
Thermostat Knob (Fahrenheit)
Thermostat Knob (Cnetigrade)
#14 x 5/8” S.M.S.
#14 Tinnerman Clip
Page 53
Air Switch Assembly and Thermistor Assembly (Illustrations)
AIR SWITCH ASSEMBLY (Gas Only)
TU8206
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
F888
TU2463
TU3476
TU1771
TU8155
TU1770
TU8171
TU7733
TU3219
“E” Ring
Actuator Arm
Air Switch Decal
#6 Tinnerman Nut
Air Switch
Insulator
Air Switch Bracket
#8 - 18 x 1/2” Self Drilling Screw
#6 x 1” Round Head S.M.S.
Page 54
Reversing Control Panel Assembly (TU14146)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
TU12874
TU13480
TU13514
F540
TU13516
TU13526
TU14026
WH1797
TU7733
Timer, Solid State Reversing
Transformer 200-240V/24V w/Reset
Transformer, 480/24V w/Reset
#6 x 5/8” Phillips Head Screw
Contactor, 24V
Contactor Assembly, 24V
Motor Control Plate
Wire Harness
8 - 18 x 1/2” Self-Drill Screw (Pkg 6)
Page 55
TU13859 - Permanent Press Control Panel Assembly
1
2
3
4
5
6
FG147
TU9028
TU12933
TU13620
TUT316
TU7733
7
8
TU2555
ET208
Toggle Switch
Push Button Switch
Timer (0-15 Minutes)
Control Panel Weldment
LED
#8 - 18 x 1/2”
Self-Drill Scr.
Knob Assembly
#6 - 32 x 1/4” Binding
Head Screw
9
TU3805
10
TU13825
11
TU12932
12
TU3479
13FB187
14
P104
15
TU2842
16
TU13621
17
F325
Page 56
Hex Nut
Control Panel
Timer (0-60 Minutes)
Pan Head Machine Screw
#10 Split Lock Washer
1/4” Brass Washer
#10 - 32 Hex Nut (Pkg 6)
Control Box Timer Assy
Terminal Block
Moisture Control Panel Assembly - TU14253
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
C196
ET208
FG147
FG343
FG345
PT118
P104
TUT316
TU12932
TU12933
TU13229
12
13
TU13345
TU13620
#8-32 x 5/16” Socket Set Screw
6-32 x 1/4” Binding Head Scr.
Toggle Switch
Steel Screw
Steel Washer
M/C Knob
1/4” Brass Washer (Pkg. 6)
24V LED Light
Timer (0-60 Min.) Drying
Timer (0-15 Min.) Cooling
24V Humidity-Based
Controller
DPDT Switch
Timer Control Weldment
Page 57
14
15
16
17
18
TU13646
TU14251
TU2555
TU2842
TU3479
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
TU3805
TU7733
FG325
TU9347
TU9028
TU3243
FB187
24V Coil Relay
Front Panel 125# ICC
Knob
10-32 Hex Nut (Pkg. 6)
10-32 x 7/16” Machine
Screw
15/32-32 Hex Lock Nut
#8-18 x 1/2 Self-Drill Screw
Terminal Block
PC Board Support
Push Button Switch
3/8” Int. Tooth Lockwasher
#10 Split Lockwasher
Parts—TM200—Large Gear Reducer with Bronze Teeth
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TM203
K474
TM119
TM208
TM225
IB139
TM205
TM204
TM218
Housing
Oil Level Plug Kit
1/4” Vent Plug
Small Bearing Cone & Cup
Worm & Worm Gear
3/8” - 16 x 1 1/4” Cap Screw
Small Open End Cap
Small Klozure
Small Closed End Cap
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
VSB134
TU3246
TM217
TM220
TM221
TU5312
TM211
TM212
TM225 Worm and Worm Gear Set (for TM200 ONLY) (only sold as set)
Not Illustrated—TU3465 one pint of Cissell Transmission Oil
Page 58
3/8” Split Lockwasher (Pkg. of 6)
3/8” - 16 x 1” Cap Screw (Pkg. of 6)
Large Bearing Cone & Cup
Large Klozure
1/4” Pipe Plug
3/8” x 3” Set Screw
Large End Cap 10 1/2 Dia.
Small End Cap 6 3/4 Dia.
Gas Bonnet Assembly
1
2
TU9614
CB36
3
4
5
OP267
PT196
RC344
6
7
8
9
10
TUX387
TUX352
TUX435
TU10946
TU13613
GA-00764-0
11
TU4605
Gas Manifold
1/4” - 20 x 1/2” Hex Head
Screw
3/4” x 1/2” Steel Bushing
3/4” Strap
1/4” - 20 x 3/4” Hex Head
Screw
BSI Asm. Burner
3/4” Natural Gas Valve
3/4” LP Gas Valve
Pipe Plug
Bonnet Assembly
Direct Spark Ignition
Electrode
3/4” Elbow
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
TU4606
TU4934
TU13823
TU3539
TU4606
TU2224
TU13678
19
TU2226
20
TU7733
21
TU13695
22
TU13647
Page 59
3/4” x 4” Nipple
1/4” - 20 Hex Nut (Pkg 6)
3/4” x 36” Nipple
Burner Orifice
1/4” Lock Washer (Pkg 6)
1/8” Pipe Plug
Thermostat, Man. Reset
300°
Manifold Mounting
Bracket
#8 - 18 x 1/2” Self-Drill
Screw (Pkg. of 6)
Bonnet Thermostat
Bracket
Mounting Bracket
TU14001—Steam Bonnet (14FPI) (Illustration)
1 TU7393
2 TU3209
Top Plate
#14 x 5/8” Sheet Metal Screw
(Pkg. of 6)
3
4
6
7
10
TU6080
TU13936
LB74
TU8083
TU2846
11 TU4934
Air Filter (4 required)
Steam Coil (14FPI)
#14 Speed Nut
Bonnet Weldment
1/4” Lockwasher (Pkg. of 6)
1/4” - 20 x 7/16” Hex Nut
(Pkg. of 6)
12 TU4605
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
TU4608
TU4610
TU4600
TU4620
TU4597
TU5914
TU13517
20 390401031
24 FB189
25 TU5726
3/4” Elbow
Page 60
3/4” x 2” Nipple
3/4” x 5” Nipple
3/4” Union
3/4” x 4 1/2” Nipple
3/4” Tee
3/4” x 3 1/2” Nipple
Solenoid Valve (24V)
3/4” x Close Nipple
1/4” - 20 x 1” Hex Head Screw
Rear Coil Holder
TU13691—24V Steam Bonnet (4 Coil) (Illustration)
1 TU7393
2 TU3209
Top Plate
#14 x 5/8” Sheet Metal Screw
(Pkg. of 6) (4 each)
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
TU6458
TU1699
TU4790
LB74
TU8082
CFB7200
TU4790
TU2846
Air Filter (4 required)
Steam Coil (4 Coil) (2 each)
1/2” Angle Connector
#14 Speed Nut (4 each)
Bonnet Weldment
Greenfield Cable 72”
1/2” Straight Connector
1/4” Lockwasher
(Pkg. of 6) (2 each)
11 TU4934
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
TU4605
TU4608
TU4610
TU4600
TU4620
TU4597
TU5914
TU13517
TU5431
FB189
22 TU5726
1/4” - 20 x 7/16” Hex Nut
(Pkg. of 6) (2 each)
Page 61
3/4” Elbow
3/4” x 2” Nipple
3/4” x 5” Nipple (3 each)
3/4” Union
3/4” x 4 1/2” Nipple
3/4” Tee (2 each)
3/4” x 3 1/2” Nipple
Solenoid Valve 24V
Bushing
1/4” - 20 x 1” Hex Head
Screw (2 each)
Rear Coil Holder
TU13692—24V Steam Bonnet (6 Coil) (Illustration)
1 TU7393
2 TU3209
Top Plate
#14 x 5/8” Sheet Metal Screw
(Pkg. of 6) (4 each)
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
TU6080
TU2808
TU4791
LB74
TU8083
CFB7200
TU4790
TU2846
Air Filter (4 required)
Steam Coil (6 Coil) (2 each)
1/2” Angle Connector
#14 Speed Nut (4 each)
Bonnet Weldment
Greenfield Cable 72”
1/2” Straight Connector
1/4” Lockwasher
(Pkg. of 6) (2 each)
11 TU4934
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
TU4605
TU4608
TU4610
TU4600
TU4620
TU4597
TU5914
TU13517
TU5431
FB189
22 TU5726
1/4” - 20 x 7/16” Hex Nut
(Pkg. of 6) (2 each)
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3/4” Elbow
3/4” x 2” Nipple (3 each)
3/4” x 5” Nipple
3/4” Union
3/4” x 4 1/2” Nipple
3/4” Tee (2 each)
3/4” x 3 1/2” Nipple
Solenoid Valve 24V
Bushing
1/4” - 20 x 1” Hex Head
Screw (2 each)
Rear Coil Holder
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