Single-tank flight-type glasswasher for beer mugs and

Winterhalter STF Bavaria
Single-tank flight-type glasswasher for beer mugs and glasses
Operating instructions
Operation Instructions
for Winterhalter STF Bavaria beer mug dishwasher
Table of Contents
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On these instructions ............................................................................................................................2
1.1 Explanation of symbols used ...................................................................................................................2
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Product description ...............................................................................................................................2
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Safety notes ............................................................................................................................................3
3.1 Intended use.............................................................................................................................................3
3.2 Unintended use ........................................................................................................................................3
3.3 Handling chemicals (detergent, rinse aids, descalers, etc.) ....................................................................3
3.4 General safety notes ................................................................................................................................3
3.5 Daily cleaning and care............................................................................................................................4
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Before working with the machine.........................................................................................................4
4.1 Checking for completeness......................................................................................................................4
4.2 Commissioning.........................................................................................................................................4
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Control and monitoring .........................................................................................................................5
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Operation ................................................................................................................................................5
6.1 Establishing operational readiness ..........................................................................................................5
6.1.1 Before activating the machine..................................................................................................................5
6.1.2 Switching on .............................................................................................................................................6
6.2 Washing ...................................................................................................................................................6
6.2.1 Starting conveyor belt ..............................................................................................................................7
6.2.2 Stopping conveyor belt.............................................................................................................................7
6.2.3 Washing ...................................................................................................................................................8
6.2.4 Conveyor belt limit switch.........................................................................................................................8
6.2.5 Opened machine door..............................................................................................................................8
6.3 Displaying the temperature on the operating panel .................................................................................9
6.4 Washing with switchable rinse temperature (special equipment) ............................................................9
6.5 Routine checks.......................................................................................................................................10
6.6 Deactivating machine .............................................................................................................................10
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Maintenance and care..........................................................................................................................11
7.1 daily ........................................................................................................................................................11
7.1.1 Starting drainage programme ................................................................................................................11
7.1.2 Pausing drainage programme................................................................................................................11
7.1.3 Resuming drainage programme.............................................................................................................11
7.1.4 Manually cleaning the interior of the machine........................................................................................12
7.1.5 Emptying and cleaning filter drawers .....................................................................................................13
7.1.6 Cleaning the conveyor belt.....................................................................................................................13
7.1.7 Cleaning the exterior of the machine .....................................................................................................13
7.1.8 Checking external water treatment ........................................................................................................13
7.2 monthly...................................................................................................................................................13
7.2.1 Cleaning dirt trap ....................................................................................................................................13
7.2.2 Descaling................................................................................................................................................13
7.3 Customer service maintenance..............................................................................................................14
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Decommissioning for longer periods ................................................................................................14
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Malfunctions .........................................................................................................................................15
9.1 Malfunctions displayed on operating panel............................................................................................15
9.2 Malfunctions not displayed on operating panel......................................................................................17
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Technical Data ......................................................................................................................................18
10.1 Technical Data .......................................................................................................................................18
10.2 Emissions ...............................................................................................................................................18
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Connecting external dosing devices (detergent, rinse aids)...........................................................19
11.1 Assembling the conductivity electrode ...................................................................................................19
11.2 Assembling the dosing tube (detergent) ................................................................................................19
11.3 Assembling the dosing tube (rinse aid) ..................................................................................................20
11.4 Electrical connection ..............................................................................................................................20
11.5 Commissioning dosing devices..............................................................................................................20
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On these instructions
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On these instructions
The safety notes to be observed, how to operate and maintain the machine and how to react to malfunctions
are contained in chapters 3 through 9.
Chapter 11 describes how the dosing devices for detergent and rinse aids should be connected. This
chapter is intended for Winterhalter-authorised service technicians.
1.1 Explanation of symbols used
The following symbols are used:
Danger
Warning
Caution
Warns of potential risk of serious injury or death when the provided safety measures are not
heeded.
Warns of potential risk of injury or property damage when the provided safety measures are
not heeded.
Warns of potential defects or destruction of the product when the provided safety measures
are not heeded.
IMPORTANT An important tip is given here.
INFO
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These arrows designate operating guidelines.

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A useful tip is given here.
This symbol designates the results of your actions.

This symbol designates lists.

This symbol refers to a chapter with more information.
Product description
In the STF Bavaria beer mug dishwashing machine, various types of glasses are automatically transported
through and rinsed.
The STF Bavaria beer mug dishwasher is available in two different formats:
 Heated tank; unheated rinse
 Heated tank; heated rinse.
The detergent and rinse aid dosages are provided by external dosage devices. Pre-set connection terminals
are available for connection ( 11).
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Safety notes
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Safety notes
Please read the safety notes here carefully to operate the SFT Bavaria beer mug dishwasher safely.
3.1 Intended use
 Only use the STF Bavaria beer mug dishwasher to wash medium to heavy glasses such as steins, beer
mugs or wheat beer glasses found in gastronomic and related businesses.
 Glasses that are tall and narrow can be set on the conveyor belt in specific washing racks and washed.
 The STF Bavaria beer mug dishwasher is a piece of equipment for commercial use and is not intended
for private use.
3.2 Unintended use
 The following glasses should not be washed in the STF Bavaria beer mug dishwasher due to the high
degree of wash pressure:
Fine glasses such as wine and champagne glasses,
light glasses such as shot glasses
 Winterhalter Gastronom GmbH cannot be held liable for damages caused by using the STF Bavaria beer
mug dishwasher other than as intended.
3.3 Handling chemicals (detergent, rinse aids, descalers, etc.)
 Please observe the safety notes and recommended dosages on the packaging when handling chemicals.
 Wear protective clothing, protective gloves and protective goggles when handling chemicals.
 Please only use products suited for commercial glass washers. These products are labelled accordingly.
We recommend products developed by Winterhalter. These are specially designed for Winterhalter glass
washers.
 Do not mix different detergent products in order to avoid crystallisation, which could result in damage to
the detergent dosing device.
 Do not use foaming products such as hand soap, soft soap or manual cleaning liquid. Be sure these also
do not end up in the machine when preparing the glasses.
3.4 General safety notes
 Read the safety and operational notes included in these instructions carefully. Failure to observe the
safety notes voids all liability and warranty claims against Winterhalter Gastronom GmbH.
 Keep the machine documents nearby. The Winterhalter service technician will need the circuit diagram in
order to make repairs.
 For your own safety, regularly test the on-site residual-current circuit breaker (FI) by pressing the test
button.
 Keep children away from the machine. The interior of the machine contains water with washing solution.
 Train the operating personnel on how to use the machine and refer to the safety notes. Regularly repeat
training in order to avoid accidents.
 Only operate the operating panel with fingers, do not use pointed objects.
 Close the local water stop cock when finished with the machine.
 Deactivate the on-site mains disconnector when finished with the machine.
 Do not open the machine door while the machine is washing. There is a risk of washing solution water
spraying out. Turn the machine off beforehand.
 Do not reach into the interior of the machine on either the front or rear during wash.
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Before working with the machine
3.5 Daily cleaning and care
 Please observe the notes on maintenance and care in these instructions ( 7)
 Wear protective clothing and protective gloves before touching parts coated in detergent solution (filter,
wash arm, curtains, etc.).
 Do not spray the machine or immediate surroundings (walls, floor) with a water hose, steam cleaner or
pressure washer.
Be sure when cleaning the floor that the machine plinth does not become flooded to avoid uncontrolled
water entry.
 Use a water hose and brush to clean the interior of the machine, not a pressure washer.
 Do not use abrasive cleaning agents.
 Be sure during daily cleaning that no foreign oxidising bodies remain in the interior of the machine,
through which even the "stainless steel" material can begin to rust. Rust particles can come from
non-rust-free dishes, cleaning aids, damaged wire baskets or water pipes not protected from rust.
 Polish the exterior with an appropriate stainless steel cleaner and a soft cloth. We recommend
Winterhalter Gastronom stainless steel cleaner and stainless steel polish.
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Before working with the machine
 Let your Winterhalter service technician or retailer install the machine. If the installation site is not
rust-free, please refer to chapter 8.
 Let a certified craftsman connect the machine in accordance with local standards and regulations (water,
waste water, electrical, ventilation).
 Let a Winterhalter-authorised service technician commission the machine. You can use this opportunity
for yourself and your personnel to learn how to operate the machine.
4.1 Checking for completeness
 Use the delivery slip to check the delivery for completeness and look for any transport damages.
 Immediately report damages to the carrier, insurance and the manufacturer.
4.2 Commissioning
 Contact the Winterhalter branch responsible for his/her location in regard to proper connection to on-site
supply lines for commissioning and machine operating instructions.
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Control and monitoring
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3
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6
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A
B
C
D
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Control and monitoring
On/off switch
Drainage programme
Start + stop conveyor transport/wash
Temperature information
Slow conveyor transport
Fast conveyor transport
Rinse temperature switch (special equipment)
Boiler temperature display when the machine is filling or button 4 is pressed
Tank temperature display when the machine is filling or button 4 is pressed
Fault indicator light
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Detergent or rinse aid fault indicator light
Operation
6.1 Establishing operational readiness
6.1.1 Before activating the machine
 Open the local water stop cock.
 Activate the on-site mains disconnector.
 For your own safety, test the on-site residual-current circuit breaker (FI) by pressing the test button.
 Open the machine door and check to see that all filters (strainer, circulating and drain pump intake
strainers), barrier curtain and wash arm are present.
 Check to see if the filter drawers on both sides of the machine are installed properly.
 Close the machine door.
Warning
Please observe the safety notes and recommended dosages on the packaging when handling
chemicals.
Wear protective clothing, protective gloves and protective goggles when handling chemicals.
Do not mix different detergent products.
 Check to see if detergent and rinse aid is present in the storage tanks. Promptly refill or switch out the
storage tanks so that the cleaning result is not impacted.
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shows a detergent or rinse aid fault if the storage tanks with suction tubes with level control are used.
The indicator light will blink if an empty storage tank is detected.
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Operation
6.1.2 Switching on
 Close the machine door.
 Press the on/off button (1) to activate the
machine.
 The tank and boiler will automatically fill and heat up. The tank will be filled during rinse and by a
separate solenoid valve.
 Detergent will be dispensed into the tank (given dosing device is connected).
 Button 3 will show red until the rated levels in the tank and boiler are reached.
 Provided the rated temperatures have not been reached, the temperatures are shown in display A
(boiler) and B (tank). Once they are reached, the display will cease.
The machine is ready for operation once:
 Button (3) shows green
 Button (5) blinks yellow
 Button (6) shows yellow
INFO: The machine is factory-programmed to start as soon as the rated tank and boiler levels are reached.
Alternatively, the machine can be programmed to start once the rated temperature is reached. Please
consult a Winterhalter service technician.
6.2 Washing
The machine can be operated at two different transport speeds.
Button 5
Slow transport speed
for medium to heavily soiled glasses
Button 6
Fast transport speed
for lightly soiled glasses
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Operation
6.2.1 Starting conveyor belt
Check to see if the start/stop switch is pressed or not. The position of the start/stop switch is indicated by the
arrow in the following figure. It is located on the right or left side of the machine depending on the direction of
transport.
left-right
right-left
A) If the start/stop switch is not pressed:
 Press button 3.
 Button 3 will show blue for 2 seconds, then show green once more.
 The start/stop switch will light up.
 Press the start/stop switch
 The start/stop switch light will shut off.
 The geared conveyor belt motor will start and the conveyor belt will move, the circulating pump will
start and rinsing will begin.
 Button 3 will show blue.
B) If the start/stop switch is pressed:
 Press button 3.
 The geared conveyor belt motor will start and the conveyor belt will move, the circulating pump will
start and rinsing will begin.
 Button 3 will show blue.
Slow transport speed is pre-set: Button 5 will
blink.
 If you want to increase transport speed:
Press button 6.
 Button 6 will blink.
 Button 5 will light up.
6.2.2 Stopping conveyor belt
 Press button 3 press or the start/stop switch
 Button 3 will show green
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Operation
6.2.3 Washing
 Remove large debris (food remnants, napkins, etc.) from the glasses.
 Pour out any remaining beverage.
 Set the glasses top-down on the conveyor belt.
 Sort narrow, high glasses in the appropriate washing racks.
 Run the glasses and washing racks through the machine.
 Remove the glasses and washing racks from the belt on the other side of the machine.
6.2.4 Conveyor belt limit switch
The conveyor belt limit switch prevents glass breakage if the rinsed glasses are not taken from the conveyor
belt and other glasses and run through the machine.
If multiple glasses are moved onto the conveyor belt limit switch, the conveyor belt stops and rinsing halts.
The circulating pump will stop after 5 seconds and button 3 will show green.
Once the conveyor belt limit switch is freed, the conveyor belt resumes rinse and the circulating pump, and
button 3 shows blue.
6.2.5 Opened machine door
If the machine door is opened during wash, the conveyor belt, rinse pump and circulating pump will stop and
button 3 will show green.
How to resume wash:
 Close the machine door.
 Press button 3 to start the conveyor belt.
 Button 3 will show blue.
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Operation
6.3 Displaying the temperature on the operating panel
 Press button 4.
 Display A will show the current boiler
temperature for approx. 5 seconds.
 Display B will show the current tank
temperature for approx. 5 seconds.
INFO: Alternatively, the machine can be programmed to display the temperature continuously. Please
consult a Winterhalter service technician.
6.4 Washing with switchable rinse temperature (special equipment)
If the machine is equipped with this function, you can cold rinse the glasses during the day and
immediately reuse them. The rinse temperature is the same as the water inlet temperature.
If you do not need the glasses at the bar, switch the rinse temperature and wash hot. This
allows the glasses to dry more quickly.
 Press button 7 to switch temperatures.
 Button 7 will blink.
 Display A will show the rated hot rinse
temperature entered in the
programme for approx. 5 seconds.
 The current actual temperature will
then be shown. If permanent temperature display is not activated
( 6.3), the display will cease after
a brief period.
 Pre-set the transport speed (button 5 or 6)
and press button 3 to start the conveyor
belt.
If you want to cold rinse again:
 Press button 7 to deactivate temperature switching.
 Button 7 will light up.
 Display A will show the rated temperature for rinse without temperature switching entered in the
programme for approx. 5 seconds. The current actual temperature will then be displayed if the
permanent display temperature is activated ( 6.3).
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Operation
6.5 Routine checks
 Check to see if the glasses are clean.
 Check to see if the fault indicator light on the operating panel is lit.
If so:
 Turn off the machine and note the error code.
 Refer to the error table ( 9.1) to see if the error can be fixed.
 If you cannot resolve the error yourself, refer it to the Winterhalter service technician.
 Only restart the machine once the error has been resolved.
 Check to see if the detergent or rinse aid fault indicator light on the operating panel is lit.
If so:
Warning
Please observe the safety notes and recommended dosages on the packaging when handling
chemicals.
Wear protective clothing, protective gloves and protective goggles when handling chemicals.
Do not mix different detergent products
 Check to see if detergent and rinse aid is present in the storage tanks. Promptly refill or
switch out the storage tanks so that the cleaning result is not impacted.
 Check the interior of the machine.
Warning
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Wear protective clothing and protective gloves before touching parts coated in detergent
solution (filter, wash arm, curtains, etc.)
Open the machine door.
Remove the strainer in order to clean it. Do not drain the water.
Replace the strainer.
Close the machine door.
6.6 Deactivating machine
 Press the on/off button (1).
 The buttons will not longer be lit and the machine has been switched off. The tank will remain filled
but the temperature will not be maintained.
The machine is only de-energised if the on-site mains disconnector is activated.
Warning
 If you want to empty the tank and clean the machine at the end of the day, see section 7.
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Maintenance and care
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Maintenance and care
Warning
Do not spray the machine or immediate surroundings (walls, floor) with a water hose, steam
cleaner or pressure washer.
Be sure when cleaning the floor that the machine plinth does not
become flooded to avoid uncontrolled water entry.
7.1 daily
A drainage programme will assist you in cleaning the machine. The programme can be paused at any time
to e.g. manually clean the interior of the machine ( 7.1.4). If unpaused, the programme will automatically
run and then shut off the machine.
7.1.1 Starting drainage programme
 Run the final glasses through the
machine.
 Press button 3 to stop the conveyor belt.
 Button 3 will show green
 Button 2 will show yellow.
 Press button 2 for approx. 2 seconds and then release.
 Button 3 will show blue
 Buttons 2 and 6 will blink
 Start the circulating and rinse pumps.
 The conveyor belt will run and be cleaned.
 The interior of the machine will be rinsed out with fresh water.
 The tank water will be pumped out a short time after releasing button 2.
 The circulating pump will circulate the tank water for approx. 3 minutes and then shut itself off.
7.1.2 Pausing drainage programme
Pause the drainage programme if you want to manually clean the interior of the machine.
 Press button 3 or open the machine door.
 Button 3 will show green
 Buttons 2 and 6 will continue to blink
 Clean the interior of the machine as described in chapter  7.1.4.
7.1.3 Resuming drainage programme
The water used for manually cleaning the machine can now be pumped out:
 Press button 2 for approx. 2 seconds and then release. Pressing button 2 again will stop the process.
 Button 2 will blink more quickly
 The drain pump will empty the tank
 The machine will shut itself off once the tank is empty. The buttons will no longer be lit.
If the water is not completely pumped out:
 Switch off drain pump (press button 2)
 The drain will vent (increased air bubbles)
 Reactivate the drain pump when there are no more air bubbles.
INFO: If the drainage programme is unpaused, it will automatically run and then shut off the machine.
 The tank will be pumped empty.
 The conveyor belt will shut itself off.
 The machine will shut itself off and the buttons will no longer be lit.
 Close the local water supply stop cock.
 Shut off the on-site mains disconnector.
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Maintenance and care
7.1.4 Manually cleaning the interior of the machine
 Open the machine door.
 Remove and clean the curtains.
 Remove the lower wash arms (16 jets):
 Release the locking mechanism
 Twist the wash arm out of the guide and bring it forward
 Clean the wash arm if the jets are blocked.
 Remove the upper wash arms (6 jets):
 Pull the wash arm downward out of the safety catch and bring
forward
 Clean the wash arm if the jets are blocked.
 Remove and clean the strainer.
 Remove filter (A) from the tank floor drain.
 If the interior of the machine is dirty: Clean the inside with a
sponge and brush. If necessary, you can spray out the inside
with a hose.
 Clean filter (B) in front of the pump inlet opening with a brush.
Remove the filter if necessary.
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Return filter (A) to the tank floor drain.
Replace the strainer.
Replace the wash arms. Be sure that the jets are facing in the right direction.
Replace the curtains. The curtains are designed (encoded) so that they cannot be placed in the wrong
locations. The two long curtains are for the ends of the machine.
 Close the machine door.
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Maintenance and care
7.1.5 Emptying and cleaning filter drawers
 Remove and empty the filter drawers on both sides of the
machine.
 Remove the wash arm from the inlet zone filter drawers:
 Pull the wash arm upward out of the safety catch and remove it
 Clean the wash arm if the jets are blocked.
 Replace the wash arm.
 Clean the filter drawers and replace.
7.1.6 Cleaning the conveyor belt
 Clean the conveyor belt so that no yeast builds through constant contact with leftover beer.
7.1.7 Cleaning the exterior of the machine
 Clean the exterior surfaces with stainless steel cleaner and stainless steel polish.
7.1.8 Checking external water treatment
 Check to see if enough regeneration salt has been poured in.
7.2 monthly
7.2.1 Cleaning dirt trap
 Clean the dirt filter in the dirt trap
7.2.2 Descaling
If the machine is run using hard water without appropriate treatment, the boiler, interior of the machine and
all water pipes can scale.
Calcium deposits and the dirt and grease residue present a hygiene risk and the heating elements can fail
due to scaling. For this reason, it is absolutely necessary to regularly remove these deposits.
Call a Winterhalter service technician to properly descale all water pipes and the boiler.
You can descale parts of the interior of the machine yourself using the following instructions.
 Empty the machine ( 7.1.1).
 Interrupt detergent dosing (e.g. remove suction tube or deactivate dosing device) to avoid the formation
of chlorine gas by mixing active chlorinated detergent and descaler.
 Fill the machine ( 6.1.2).
Warning
Please observe the safety notes and recommended dosages on the packaging when handling
chemicals.
Wear protective clothing, protective gloves and protective goggles when handling chemicals.
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Decommissioning for longer periods
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Pour descaler into the machine tank using the recommended dosage.
Run the machine with empty washing racks until all calcium deposits have been removed.
Re-pour the descaler after the machine has been running for approx. 10 mins.
Empty the machine ( 7.1.1).
Do not leave the descaler in the machine for long.
Caution
 Fill the machine ( 6.1.2).
 Run the machine with empty washing racks to remove the remaining descaler from the warewashing
system.
 Empty the machine ( 7.1.1) again.
 Restart detergent dosing.
7.3 Customer service maintenance
We recommend having a Winterhalter service technician maintain the machine at least twice per year
and check any components that can wear or fatigue and replace them if necessary.
These components include:
 Water supply hoses
 Dosing tubes
 Splash curtains
Winterhalter offers a maintenance contract that includes this service.
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Decommissioning for longer periods
Please observe the the following when decommissioning the machine for longer periods (holidays, seasonal
operation).
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Empty the machine ( 7.1.1).
Clean the machine as described in section 7.1.
Leave the machine door open.
Close the local water stop cock.
Shut off the on-site mains disconnector.
If the machine is not located in a frost-proof room:
 Have a Winterhalter service technician make the machine frost-proof:
 The technician will have to empty the boiler, drain pump and rinse pump.
Recommissioning
 Open the local water stop cock.
 Activate the on-site mains disconnector.
 Turn the machine on.
 The boiler will automatically fill. Only heat once the boiler is filled to prevent the heating element from
burning out.
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Malfunctions
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Malfunctions
This section tells you remedies for malfunctions. Possible causes and notes on the remedy are listed in the
tables. Contact a Winterhalter service technician if you cannot correct the error yourself.
DANGER! Risk of death from components under mains voltage.
Danger
Do not open any machine cover or machine parts if you need a tool to do so; you risk
electrocution.
Have all electrical work done by a Winterhalter service technician. The machine must be
disconnected from power beforehand.
9.1 Malfunctions displayed on operating panel
Display
Meaning
Low detergent or rinse aid
Remedy
 Refill detergent or rinse aid
 Turn the machine off.
 An error code will display on the operating
panel.
If Err 5, Err 7-Err 11, Err 13-Err 15 or
Err 17-Err 20 are displayed:
 Check to see if the water stop cock is open.
 Turn the machine back on.
Fault message
If the fault message reoccurs:
 Disconnect the machine from power
and close the water stop cock.
 Refer the fault message to the Winterhalter
service technician.
If another error code is displayed:
 Refer to the table to see what the error code
means and follow the instructions.
Err
Err
Err
1
6
12
If error codes Err 1, Err 6 or Err 12
are displayed, machine function was
impacted to such an extent that the
machine automatically shut off and
can not be restarted.
 Refer the fault message to the Winterhalter
service technician.
The machine door was opened during
the drainage programme and not
closed within 60 minutes.
Or:
Err
16
The machine was not emptied within
60 minutes.
 The error code will disappear when the machine is restarted.
The machine will shut itself off and
display Err 16.
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Malfunctions
Display
Err
21
Meaning
Remedy
If error code displays Err 21 when the
machine is off, the water level in the
machine was too high. This water will
be pumped out.
 Close the water stop cock to that no more water
is flowing into the machine.
 Refer the error to the Winterhalter service
technician.
The boiler or tank temperature has
exceeded 95°C.
red blinking
 Turn the machine off immediately.
Error code Err 2 or Err 3 is
displayed.
 Refer the fault message to the Winterhalter
service technician.
Water level in machine is too high.
The drain pump will activate and pump
the water out to the normal level.
 Close the water stop cock to that no more water
is flowing into the machine.
If the error occurs 5x,
 Refer the fault message to the Winterhalter
service technician.
will display.
blue blinking Err 21 will then display when the
machine is off.
 Turn the machine off
 Err 11 will display
Conveyor
belt and
circulating
pump will
shut off
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The geared motor thermal circuit
breaker has been tripped
Once the motor has cooled down, you can resume
washing for the time being.
 Refer the fault message to the Winterhalter
service technician.
Malfunctions
9.2 Malfunctions not displayed on operating panel
Error
Machine cannot be switched on
Machine will not fill
Conveyor belt will not turn on
Possible cause
Local mains disconnector is not
activated
Defective local fuses
EMERGENCY OFF activated
Machine door is not completely
closed
Water stop cock closed
Conveyor belt limit switch
activated
Machine door is not completely
closed
No or insufficient detergent
dosing
Remedy
Switch on local mains disconnector
Replace local fuses
Release EMERGENCY OFF
Close machine door
Open water stop cock
Release conveyor belt limit switch
Close machine door
Set dosing to manufacturer specification
Check dosing pipes (kinks, breakage, etc.)
Replace storage tanks
Check dosing device
Glasses not cleaned
Wash arm jets are blocked
Transport speed too high
Temperatures too low
Deposits form on glasses
Glasses will not dry
For calcium deposits:
Water is too hard
No or insufficient rinse aid
dosing
Remove wash arms and clean jets
Set to lower speed
Check temperatures ( 6.3), if rated value
( 10.1) is not reached, call customer
service
Check/properly configure external water
treatment
Perform basic cleaning
Set dosing to manufacturer specification
Check dosing pipes (kinks, breakage, etc.)
Replace storage tanks
Check dosing device
Glasses are not being
transported
The start/stop switch on the
side of the machine has been
activated (unlit)
Conveyor belt limit switch is
blocked
Slip clutch is incorrectly
configured
Press start/stop switch (switch lights up)
Relieve conveyor belt limit switch, remove
glasses
Call Winterhalter service technician
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Technical Data
10 Technical Data
10.1 Technical Data
Factory temperature settings
Area
Main wash zone
Fresh water rinse
55°C
65 °C
Optional:
switchable between 65°C
and cold water (= water inlet
temperature)
10.2 Emissions
Noise
The emission sound pressure level at a work station LpAeq as per DIN EN ISO 11204 is <70dB(A)
Exhaust air
800-1,000 m3/h
Please observe VDI guideline 2052 when disassembling the ventilation system.
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Connecting external dosing devices (detergent, rinse aids)
11 Connecting external dosing devices (detergent, rinse aids)
The machine must be equipped with external dosing devices for dosing detergents and rinse aids.
Danger
DANGER! Risk of death from components under mains voltage.
Let a Winterhalter-authorised service technician assemble and commission the dosing
devices.
Disconnect power to the machine during all electrical work and make sure it is
de-energised.
The Winterhalter service technician must note:
 Install the dosing devices using the documents included with the devices.
11.1 Assembling the conductivity electrode
 Remove the front cover.
 Remove the dummy plugs (see arrow) and
assemble the conductivity electrode included
with the dosing device. The grounding studs are
located directly under the dummy plugs.
If the bore diameter is insufficient, another hole must
be made.
 Place towels or paper on the inside of the tank to
catch drillings.
 After drilling, remove all chips from the wash tank,
otherwise rust can occur.
 Connect the main power cable to the dosing
device. Holes for cable glands are already present
on the rear left and right sides of the floor panel.
11.2 Assembling the dosing tube (detergent)
 Remove the protective cap (see arrow) and
secure the dosing tube with a cable tie.
 Run the dosing tube directly to the left side cover
without kinking it. Do not allow the hose to rest on
hot surfaces
or feed it over sharp edges.
 Connect the dosing tube to the dosing device.
Holes are already present on the rear left and
right sides of the floor panel.
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Connecting external dosing devices (detergent, rinse aids)
11.3 Assembling the dosing tube (rinse aid)
 Remove the cap (see arrow) and secure the
dosing tube with a cable tie.
 Install a non-return valve in the dosing tube
near the dosing point, as dosing occurs under
pressure.
 Run the dosing tube directly to the left side cover
without kinking it. Do not allow the hose to rest on
hot surfaces
or feed it over sharp edges.
 Connect the dosing tube to the dosing device.
Holes are already present on the rear left and
right sides of the floor panel.
Shown: non-pressurised boiler
11.4 Electrical connection
 Attach the dosing devices as described in the ancillary device documents. The terminal strip X3 for
connecting the dosing devices to power is located on the plinth on the right front foot. Further information
can be found in the machine circuit diagram.
Terminal strip X3 (detail)
Terminal
Label
10
FILL
11
WASH
12
13
RINSE RESERVE
14
L1*
15
N*
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PE
* protected with 4 amps (medium time lag)
Liquid detergent:
Pre-dosage: Terminal 10/FILL: Continuous signal when filling machine (after dry running protection has
been reached). Parameter P27 = 1 (factory setting).
Additional dosage: Terminal 12/RINSE: Continuous signal during rinse.
Powder detergent:
Pre- and additional dosage: Terminal 11/WASH: Continuous signal when circulating pump is active.
11.5 Commissioning dosing devices
Commission the dosing devices as described in the ancillary device documents. However, the machine must
be commissioned first.
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en ; Subject to technical changes
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