OPL Electronic Control
Refer to Page 7 for Model Identification
Programming
Tumble Dryer
Original Instructions
Keep These Instructions for Future Reference.
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Front Matter
Front Matter
WARNING
Machine installations must comply with minimum
specifications and requirements stated in the applicable Installation Manual, any applicable municipal
building codes, water supply requirements, electrical
wiring regulations and any other relevant statutory
regulations. Due to varied requirements and applicable local codes, this machine must be installed, adjusted, and serviced by qualified maintenance personnel familiar with applicable local codes and the
construction and operation of this type of machinery. They must also be familiar with the potential
hazards involved. Failure to observe this warning
may result in personal injury, property damage,
and/or equipment damage, and will void the warranty.
W820
NOTE: The WARNINGS and IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS appearing in this manual are not meant
to cover all possible conditions and situations that may
occur. Common sense, caution, and care must be exercised when installing, maintaining, or operating the
machine.
Any problems or conditions not understood should be reported to
the dealer, distributor, service agent or the manufacturer.
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Table of Contents
Front Matter.......................................................................................... 3
Introduction........................................................................................... 7
Model Identification........................................................................................7
Nameplate Location...................................................................................... 16
Preliminary Information.......................................................................17
About the Control......................................................................................... 17
DIP Switch Configuration..............................................................................17
Power Failure Recovery................................................................................ 17
Communications...........................................................................................17
Audit Information......................................................................................... 17
Restore to Factory Defaults............................................................................17
Entering Program Mode................................................................................ 18
Control Identification........................................................................... 19
Operational Keypad...................................................................................... 19
Operation Modes.......................................................................................... 20
General Modes of Operation.......................................................................20
Power-up Mode.........................................................................................20
Idle Mode................................................................................................. 20
Run Mode.................................................................................................20
Rapid Advance Mode................................................................................ 21
Pause Mode.............................................................................................. 21
Error Mode............................................................................................... 21
Communication Mode............................................................................... 21
Cool Down Mode...................................................................................... 21
End of Cycle Mode....................................................................................22
Extended Tumble Mode............................................................................. 22
Reversing Mode (reversing models only).....................................................22
Entering Diagnostic Mode From Idle Mode................................................. 22
Displaying Temperature Mode....................................................................22
Machine Cycle Definition and Operation.............................................. 23
Machine Cycle Operation.............................................................................. 23
Time Dry Cycle.........................................................................................23
Auto-Dry Cycle.........................................................................................23
Moisture Dry Cycle (if equipped)................................................................23
Rotation Sensor Equipped Machines...............................................................23
To Start a Cycle............................................................................................ 23
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Entering the Manual Mode................................................................... 24
How to Enter the Manual Mode......................................................................24
Programming Control...........................................................................26
What Can Be Programmed?........................................................................... 26
How to Program a Cycle................................................................................26
Programmable Options Available................................................................... 26
Collecting Audit Information................................................................ 37
How to Enter Audit Feature........................................................................... 37
How to Read Audit Data................................................................................37
How to Exit Audit Feature............................................................................. 37
Manual Reset........................................................................................38
Custom Save......................................................................................... 39
Testing Machine and Electronic Control Functions............................... 40
How to Enter Testing Feature.........................................................................40
How to Start Tests.........................................................................................40
How to Exit Testing Feature.......................................................................... 40
Diagnostic Test Descriptions..........................................................................43
Control Software Version Number Test....................................................... 43
Loading Door Test.....................................................................................43
Lint Door Test...........................................................................................43
Heater Interlock Test................................................................................. 43
Dip Switch Status...................................................................................... 43
ICM Alarm Status..................................................................................... 44
ICM Reset Test......................................................................................... 44
External Alarm Test...................................................................................44
Tumble Dryer On Temperature Test............................................................44
Thermistor Temperature Test......................................................................44
Machine Configuration Display #2 Test.......................................................44
Machine Configuration Display #3 Test.......................................................45
Airflow Switch Test...................................................................................45
Fan Motor Test..........................................................................................45
Damper Motor Test................................................................................... 45
Reverse Motor Test................................................................................... 46
Rotation Sensor Test..................................................................................46
Moisture Sensor Test (Shorted Test Jumper)................................................ 46
Moisture Sensor Test (Resistance Test Jumper)............................................46
Production Test Cycle................................................................................... 46
To Enter Production Test Cycle.................................................................. 46
To Exit Production Test Cycle.................................................................... 46
Machine Errors.................................................................................... 48
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PDA Communications Error.......................................................................... 48
Open Thermistor Error.................................................................................. 48
Shorted Thermistor Error...............................................................................48
Stove and Cabinet Limit Errors...................................................................... 48
Auto Ignition Retry (Gas Models Only).......................................................... 48
Air Flow Switch Errors..................................................................................48
Airflow Switch Sensed Closed While Not In Run Mode................................48
Airflow Switch Does Not Close After Cycle Started..................................... 48
Airflow Switch Bounces During A Running Cycle....................................... 48
Rotation Sensor Error....................................................................................49
Fan Motor Contactor Error.............................................................................49
Fan Motor Centrifugal Switch Error............................................................... 49
DIP Switch/Harness Index Mismatch Error..................................................... 49
Moisture Sensor Error................................................................................... 49
Error Codes..........................................................................................50
Communication Mode...........................................................................52
Infra-red Communications............................................................................. 52
How to Begin Communications with An External Device................................. 52
Cycle Charts......................................................................................... 53
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Introduction
Introduction
Model Identification
Information in this manual is applicable to these tumble dryer
models:
Gas
25 Pound
Steam/Thermal Oil
CHD25G2CA025L
DR25G2BT025N
CHD25G2CA025N
DR25G2BT025R
CHD25G2CT025L
DR25G2BU025L
CHD25G2CT025N
DR25G2BU025N
CHD25G2CU025L
DR25G2BU025R
CHD25G2CU025N
HA025L
CK025N
CK025R
CT025R
CU025R
DR25G2BA025L
DR25G2BA025N
DR25G2BK025N
DR25G2BK025R
DR25G2BT025L
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HA025N
HK025R
HT025L
HT025N
HT025R
HK025N
HU025L
HU025N
HU025R
IPD25G2
IT025L
SA025L
SA025N
SK025N
SK025R
ST025L
ST025N
ST025R
SU025L
SU025N
CHD25S2CT025S
CHD25S2CU025S
DR25S2BT025S
DR25S2BU025S
IPD25S2
IT025S
ST025S
SU025S
UT025S
UU025S
HT025S
HU025S
SU025R
UA025L
Electric
CHD25E2CT025E
CHD25E2CU025E
CT025F
CU025F
DR25E2BT025E
DR25E2BT025F
DR25E2BU025E
UA025N
DR25E2BU025F
UK025N
HT025E
UK025R
HT025F
HU025E
HU025F
IPD25E2
IT025E
IT025F
ST025E
ST025F
SU025E
SU025F
UT025E
UT025F
UU025E
UU025F
UT025L
UT025N
UT025R
UU025L
UU025N
UU025R
IT025N
IT025R
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Gas
30 Pound
CHD30G2CA030L
DR30G2BT030N
CHD30G2CA030N
DR30G2BT030R
CHD30G2CT030L
DR30G2BU030L
CHD30G2CT030N
DR30G2BU030N
CHD30G2CU030L
DR30G2BU030R
CHD30G2CU030N
HA030L
CK030N
CK030R
CT030R
CU030R
DR30G2BA030L
DR30G2BA030N
DR30G2BK030N
DR30G2BK030R
DR30G2BT030D
DR30G2BT030L
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Steam/Thermal Oil
HA030N
HK030N
HK030R
HT030D
HT030L
HT030N
HT030R
HU030L
HU030N
HU030R
IPD30G2
IT030L
SA030L
SA030N
SK030N
SK030R
ST030D
ST030L
ST030N
ST030R
SU030L
CHD30S2CT030S
CHD30S2CU030S
DR30S2BT030S
DR30S2BU030S
IPD30S2
IT030S
ST030S
SU030S
UT030S
UU030S
HT030S
HU030S
SU030N
SU030R
Electric
CHD30E2CT030E
CHD30E2CU030E
HU030E
HU030F
IPD30E2
IT030E
CT030F
IT030F
CU030F
DR30E2BT030E
DR30E2BT030F
DR30E2BU030E
UA030L
DR30E2BU030F
UA030N
HT030E
UK030N
HT030F
ST030E
ST030F
SU030E
SU030F
UT030E
UT030F
UU030E
UU030F
UK030R
UT030L
UT030N
UT030R
UU030L
UU030N
UU030R
IT030N
IT030R
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Gas
30 Pound
Stacked
Steam/Thermal Oil
CHD30STG
2-CAT30L
DRST30G2BAT30N
CHD30STG
2-CAT30N
DRST30G2BTT30D
CHD30STG
2-CTT30L
DRST30G2BTT30L
CHD30STG
2-CTT30N
DRST30G2BTT30N
CHD30STG
2-CUT30L
DRST30G2BUT30L
CHD30STG
2-CUT30N
DRST30G2BUT30N
CKT30N
HAT30L
SUT30L
CKT30R
HAT30N
SUT30N
DRST30E2BUT30E
CTT30R
HKT30N
SUT30R
HTT30E
CUT30R
HKT30R
UAT30L
HTT30F
DR335G2BKT30N
HTT30D
UAT30N
HTT30L
UKT30N
HTT30N
UKT30R
HTT30R
UTT30L
HUT30L
UTT30N
HUT30N
UTT30R
HUT30R
UUT30L
IPD30STG2
UUT30N
ITT30L
UUT30R
DR335G2BKT30R
DR335G2BTT30R
DR335G2BUT30R
DRST30G2BAT30L
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ITT30R
SAT30L
SAT30N
SKT30N
SKT30R
STT30D
STT30L
STT30N
CHD30STS2
-CTT30S
CHD30STS2
-CUT30S
DRST30S2BTT30S
DRST30S2BUT30S
IPD30STS2
Electric
ITT30S
STT30S
SUT30S
UTT30S
UUT30S
HTT30S
HUT30S
STT30R
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CHD30STE2
-CTT30E
CHD30STE2
-CUT30E
CTT30F
CUT30F
DR335G2BTT30F
DR335G2BUT30F
DRST30E2BTT30E
HUT30E
HUT30F
IPD30STE2
ITT30E
ITT30F
STT30E
STT30F
SUT30E
SUT30F
UTT30E
UTT30F
UUT30E
UUT30F
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Gas
35 Pound
CHD35G2CA035L
DR35G2BT035N
CHD35G2CA035N
DR35G2BT035R
CHD35G2CT035L
DR35G2BU035L
CHD35G2CT035N
DR35G2BU035N
CHD35G2CU035L
DR35G2BU035R
CHD35G2CU035N
HA035L
CK035N
CK035R
CT035R
CU035R
DR35G2BA035L
DR35G2BA035N
DR35G2BK035N
DR35G2BK035R
DR35G2BT035L
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Steam/Thermal Oil
HA035N
HK035N
HK035R
HT035L
HT035N
HT035R
HU035L
HU035N
HU035R
IPD35G2
IT035L
IT035N
IT035R
SA035L
SA035N
SK035N
SK030R
ST035L
ST035N
ST035R
SU035L
CHD35S2CT035S
CHD35S2CU035S
DR35S2BT035S
DR35S2BU035S
IPD35S2
IT035S
ST035S
SU035S
UT035S
UU035S
HT035S
HU035S
SU035N
SU035R
Electric
CHD35E2CT035E
CHD35E2CU035E
HU035E
HU035F
IPD35E2
IT035E
CT035F
IT035F
CU035F
DR35E2BT035E
DR35E2BT035F
DR35E2BU035E
UA035L
DR35E2BU035F
UA035N
HT035E
UK035N
HT035F
ST035E
ST035F
SU035E
SU035F
UT035E
UT035F
UU035E
UU035F
UK035R
UT035L
UT035N
UT035R
UU035L
UU035N
UU035R
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Gas
45 Pound
Stacked
CKT45N
CKT45R
CTT45L
CTT45N
Steam/Thermal Oil
DRST45G2BAT45L
DRST45G2BAT45N
CTT45R
DRST45G2BTT45D
DR445G2BAT45L
DRST45G2BTT45L
DR445G2BAT45N
DRST45G2BTT45N
DR445G2BKT45N
DRST45G2BUT45L
DR445G2BKT45R
DRST45G2BUT45N
DR445G2BTT45D
HAT45L
DR445G2BTT45L
DR445G2BTT45N
DR445G2BTT45R
DR445G2BUT45L
DR445G2BUT45N
DR445G2BUT45R
HAT45N
HKT45N
HKT45R
HTT45D
HTT45L
HTT45N
HTT45R
HUT45L
HUT45N
HUT45R
IPD45STG2
Not Applicable
Electric
Not Applicable
ITT45L
ITT45N
ITT45R
SAT45L
SAT45N
SKT45N
SKT45R
STT45D
STT45L
STT45N
STT45R
SUT45L
SUT45N
SUT45R
UAT45L
UAT45N
UKT45N
UKT45R
UTT45L
UTT45N
UTT45R
UUT45L
UUT45N
UUT45R
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Gas
50 Pound
CA050L
CA050N
CK050N
CT050L
CT050N
CU050L
CU050N
DR50G2BA050L
DR50G2BA050N
DR50G2BK050N
DR50G2BT050D
DR50G2BT050L
DR50G2BT050N
DR50G2BU050L
DR50G2BU050N
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Steam/Thermal Oil
DR55G2BA050L
DR55G2BA050N
DR55G2BT050D
DR55G2BT050L
DR55G2BT050N
DR55G2BU050L
DR55G2BU050N
HA050L
HA050N
HK050N
HT050D
HT050L
HT050N
Electric
IT050L
CT050S
HT050S
CT050E
HT050E
IT050N
CT050T
HT050T
CU050E
HU050E
SA050L
CU050S
HU050T
IPD50E2
SA050N
CU050T
IPD50S2
DR50E2BT050E
SK050N
ST050D
ST050L
ST050N
SU050L
SU050N
UA050L
UA050N
UK050N
UT050L
UT050N
UU050L
UU050N
DR50S2BT050S
DR50S2BT050T
DR50S2BU050S
DR50S2BU050T
DR55S2BT050S
DR55S2BT050T
IT050S
IT050T
ST050S
ST050T
SU050S
DR50E2BU050E
DR55E2BT050E
DR55E2BU050E
IT050E
ST050E
SU050E
UT050E
UU050E
SU050T
UT050S
UT050T
UU050S
UU050T
DR55S2BU050S
DR55S2BU050T
HU050L
HU050N
IPD50G2
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Gas
55 Pound
Steam/Thermal Oil
CA055L
CA055N
CK055N
CK055R
CT055L
CT055N
CT055R
CU055L
CU055N
CU055R
DR55SG2BA055L
SA055L
Not Applicable
Electric
CT055E
HU055E
DR55SG2BT055R
SA055N
CT055F
HU055F
DR55SG2BU055L
SK055N
CU055E
IPD55E2
SK055R
CU055F
IT055E
ST055D
DR55SE2BT055E
IT055F
DR55SG2BU055N
DR55SG2BU055R
HA055L
HA055N
HK055N
HK055R
DR55SG2BA055N
HT055D
DR55SG2BK055N
HT055N
DR55SG2BK055R
HU055L
HT055L
HT055R
DR55SG2BT055D
HU055N
DR55SG2BT055L
IPD55G2
DR55SG2BT055N
IT055N
HU055R
IT055L
ST055L
ST055N
ST055R
SU055L
SU055N
SU055R
UA055L
UA055N
DR55SE2BT055F
DR55SE2BU055E
DR55SE2BU055F
HT055E
HT055F
ST055E
ST055F
SU055E
SU055F
UT055E
UT055F
UU055E
UU055F
UK055N
UK055R
UT055L
UT055N
UT055R
UU055L
UU055N
UU055R
IT055R
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Gas
75 Pound
CA075L
CA075N
CK075N
CK075R
CT075L
CT075N
CT075R
CU075L
CU075N
DR75G2BU075R
DR80G2BA075L
DR80G2BA075N
DR80G2BT075D
DR80G2BT075L
CU075R
DR80G2BT075N
DR75G2BA075L
DR80G2BU075L
DR75G2BA075N
DR80G2BU075N
DR75G2BK075N
HA075L
DR75G2BK075R
DR75G2BT075D
DR75G2BT075L
DR75G2BT075N
DR75G2BT075R
DR75G2BU075L
DR75G2BU075N
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Steam/Thermal Oil
HA075N
HK075N
HK075R
HT075D
HT075L
HT075N
HT075R
HU075L
HU075N
HU075R
IPD75G2
IT075L
Electric
IT075N
CT075S
IPD75S2
CT075E
HT075E
IT075R
CT075T
IT075S
CT075F
HT075F
SA075L
CU075S
IT075T
CU075E
HU075E
SA075N
CU075T
ST075S
CU075F
HU075F
SK075N
DR75S2BT075S
ST075T
DR75E2BT075E
IPD75E2
SK075R
ST075D
ST075L
ST075N
ST075R
STF75L
STF75N
SU075L
SU075N
SU075R
UA075L
UA075N
UK075N
UK075R
UT075L
UT075N
DR75S2BT075T
DR75S2BU075S
DR75S2BU075T
SU075S
SU075T
UT075S
UT075T
UU075S
UU075T
DR75E2BT075F
DR75E2BU075E
DR75E2BU075F
DR80S2BT075S
DR80E2BT075E
DR80S2BT075T
DR80E2BU075E
DR80S2BU075S
IT075E
IT075F
ST075E
ST075F
SU075E
SU075F
UT075E
UT075F
UU075E
UU075F
DR80S2BU075T
HT075S
HT075T
HU075S
HU075T
UT075R
UTF75L
UTF75N
UU075L
UU075N
UU075R
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Gas
120 Pound
CA120L
CA120N
CK120N
CT120L
CT120N
CU120L
CU120N
DR120G2BA120L
DR120G2BA120N
DR120G2BK120N
DR120G2BT120L
Steam/Thermal Oil
DR120G2BU120L
DR120G2BU120N
HA120L
HA120N
HK120N
HT120L
HT120N
HU120L
HU120N
IPD120G2
IT120L
IT120N
SA120L
CT120S
IPD120S2
CT120E
HU120E
SA120N
CT120T
IT120S
CU120E
IT120E
SK120N
CU120S
IT120T
ST120E
ST120L
CU120T
ST120S
DR120E2BT120E
ST120N
SU120L
SU120N
UA120L
UA120N
UK120N
UT120L
UT120N
UU120L
UU120N
DR120G2BT120N
170 Pound
CA170L
CA170N
CK170N
CT170L
CT170N
CU170L
CU170N
DR170G2BA170L
DR170G2BA170N
DR170G2BK170N
DR170G2BT170L
DR170G2BT170N
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DR120S2BT120S
DR120S2BT120T
DR120S2BU120S
DR120S2BU120T
ST120T
SU120S
DR120E2BU120E
HT120E
SU120E
UT120E
UU120E
SU120T
UT120S
UT120T
UU120S
UU120T
HT120S
HT120T
HU120S
HU120T
DR170G2BU170L
DR170G2BU170N
HA170L
HA170N
HK170N
HT170L
HT170N
HU170L
HU170N
IPD170G2
IT170L
IT170N
SA170L
CT170S
IPD170S2
SA170N
CT170T
IT170S
SK170N
CU170S
IT170T
ST170L
CU170T
ST170S
ST170N
DR170S2BT170S
ST170T
SU170L
SU170N
UA170L
UA170N
UK170N
UT170L
UT170N
UU170L
UU170N
DR170S2BT170T
DR170S2BU170S
DR170S2BU170T
Not Applicable
SU170S
SU170T
UT170S
UT170T
UU170S
UU170T
HT170S
HT170T
HU170S
HU170T
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Gas
200 Pound
CA200L
CA200N
CT200L
CT200N
CU200L
CU200N
DR200G2BA200L
DR200G2BA200N
DR200G2BT200L
DR200G2BT200N
Steam/Thermal Oil
DR200G2BU200L
DR200G2BU200N
HA200L
HA200N
HT200L
HT200N
HU200L
HU200N
IT200L
IT200N
SA200N
CT200S
HU200T
ST200L
CT200T
IT200S
ST200N
CU200S
IT200T
SU200L
CU200T
ST200S
SU200N
DR200S2BT200S
ST200T
UA200L
UA200N
UT200L
UT200N
UU200L
UU200N
SA200L
DR200S2BT200T
DR200S2BU200S
DR200S2BU200T
Electric
Not Applicable
SU200S
SU200T
UT200S
UT200T
UU200S
UU200T
HT200S
HT200T
HU200S
Includes models with the following control suffixes:
EO – OPL electronic
RE – reversing OPL electronic
Nameplate Location
The nameplate is located on the back of the machine and is programmed in the control.
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Preliminary Information
Preliminary Information
About the Control
This control is an advanced, programmable computer that lets the
owner control most machine features by pressing a sequence of
keypads.
The control allows the owner to program custom cycles, run diagnostic cycles, and retrieve audit and error information.
Tumble Dryers shipped from the factory have default cycles and
other settings built in. The owner can change the default cycle or
any cycle.
IMPORTANT: It is extremely important that the tumble
dryer has a positive ground and that all mechanical
and electrical connections are made before applying
power to or operating the tumble dryer.
DIP Switch Configuration
Make sure DIP switches are configured properly for the machine.
Refer to Figure 1 .
such as PDAs and laptops that are IrDA capable (able to transmit
information to machine) that have been tested and approved for
use with the software can be used as a tool for managing the machine.
Audit Information
The control collects and stores audit information, which can be
accessed with a PDA or PC. Refer to the following list for some
of the available audit information. Refer to PC and PDA Application User Instructions.
•
•
•
•
•
End of Cycle to Loading Door Open Time
End of Cycle to Start of Next Cycle Time
Total Number of Machine Cycles
Total Number of Operating Minutes
Power Failure Audit Data
The PDA or PC can receive audit and program data from the control, and send programming data and diagnostic commands to the
control. Refer to PC and PDA Application User Instructions
for additional information.
Some of the above listed audit data is available manually. Refer
to How to Enter Audit Feature section.
Restore to Factory Defaults
When the user resets to factory default, the control resets all of
the default values. The control also resets Machine Cycles #1
through #30. The control will also reset the following to factorydefaults:
Default Global Settings
Ignition Retries = 3
Temperature Units = Fahrenheit (°F)
TMB1445R_SVG
Figure 1
Power Failure Recovery
If a cycle is in progress when the power fails, and if the power
outage lasts three or more seconds, the cycle is lost and cannot be
resumed when power recovers. If the power outage lasts less than
three seconds, the control will resume the cycle when the power
recovers.
Communications
Medium (M) Temperature = 160 (°F)
Low (L) Temperature = 140 (°F)
Very Low (VL) Temperature = 120 (°F)
Cool Down Temperature = 100 (°F)
Cool Down Time = 2 (minutes)
Rapid Advance = Disabled
Multi-Segment Cycles = Disabled
Daylight Saving = Enabled
The control has the ability to communicate with a PDA and a laptop with an IrDA device running the control software. Devices
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High (H) Temperature = 190 (°F)
Key Pad Audio = Enabled
End of Cycle Audio = Enabled (5 seconds)
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Preliminary Information
End of Cycle External Signal = Enabled (5 seconds)
Clean Lint Screen Reminder = Off
Display Limit Errors = Disabled
Manual Diagnostics = Enabled
*Manual Programming = Enabled
**Reverse Cylinder Rotate Time = 30 (seconds)
**Reverse Cylinder Stop Time = 6 (seconds)
**Advanced Reversing = Disabled
***Advanced Options for Moisture Dry = Disabled
***Display Moisture Sensor Error = Disabled
*If manual programming is disabled, programming changes to
the control can only be made with an external communication device. Refer to PC and PDA Application User Instructions.
**Only available on units equipped with reversing feature.
***Only available on units equipped with moisture sensing feature.
Refer to Factory Defaults, Menu section for information on Restoring Factory Defaults.
Entering Program Mode
Press and hold Stop, then Back, then Up to enter the programming options.
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Control Identification
Control Identification
Operational Keypad
U Models
The control includes five keypads. These functions are available
to the operator and are intended to control and manage operation
of the tumble dryer. Refer to Figure 2 , Figure 3 , Figure 4 , Figure 5 and Table 1 .
S Models
TMB1371R_SVG
Figure 4
B, C and I Models
TMB1345R_SVG
Figure 2
H Models
TMB1375R_SVG
Figure 5
NOTE: The reversing feature is not available on all
models.
TMB1346R_SVG
Figure 3
Keypad
Description
UP ARROW
Press to scroll through menu options and edit parameter values.
DOWN ARROW
Press to scroll through menu options and edit parameter values.
BACK ARROW
Press to go to the list of parameters without saving the value when adjusting the value
of a programming parameter. Also, press to go to the previous menu when the control
displays a parameter, return to Idle Mode when the control displays the main menu or
clear an error message from the display.
STOP
Press to pause a cycle while in Run Mode or abort a cycle if the control is in Pause
Mode.
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Keypad
Description
START
Press to start the selected cycle, select an option when in the menu or save a value
when editing a parameter.
Status Indicator LED
Description
PROGRAM
LED will light up if the control is in Manual Programming Mode or if a cycle is being
modified.
REVERSING
LED will light up when cylinder is reversing.
ENERGY SAVER
LED will light up when a Moisture Dry or Auto Dry cycle is running.
HEATING
LED will light up when the machine is in the heat portion of the cycle.
Table 1
Operation Modes
Run Mode
General Modes of Operation
In each mode of operation, the user may press keypads or communicate with the control to change the displayed menu.
Power-up Mode
The control enters this mode at power-up. When power is applied
to the tumble dryer, the control becomes active and will display
its software version as SHH (HH is the version number) for one
second. If the control was not powered down during a running
cycle, it will enter the Idle Mode. After the control completes operation in the Power-up Mode it will enter Idle Mode.
Idle Mode
The control is ready for operation in Idle Mode. Control can display different menus depending on user input (keypad press,
opening or closing the loading door, or PDA communication). If
there is no user input for 10 minutes, display will turn off.
While in Idle Mode the control will display the active cycles.
Anytime the control returns to Idle Mode after a cycle has been
run, the control will display the last run cycle (except the first
time the control is powered up it will show the first cycle).
Press the up arrow to increment the cycle number. Press the down
arrow to decrease the cycle number. If the Start keypad is pressed
and either the loading door or lint door is open the control will
show door for five seconds or until door is closed.
If the control is in Idle Mode, Cycle Menu is displayed, loading
and lint door closed, and the Start keypad is pressed, control will
enter Run Mode.
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The Control enters Run Mode during a cycle. Loading and lint
doors are closed during Run Mode.
While in Run Mode, any programmed value can be changed for
the currently running cycle. Press the Up or Down keypads to
scroll through the displays. Press the Back keypad to select a parameter and press Up or Down to change the value. Once the cycle is complete, the control will go back to the original programmed parameters. Refer to the Tables below for each cycle type’s
displays.
Press Stop keypad to stop cycle and enter Pause Mode. Control
enters Pause Mode if loading or lint door opens. Press Start to
Rapid Advance.
Time Dry
Cycle
Display
6 Digit
Display
Description
Display 1
HHH HH
Cycle Time Remaining in
Minutes and Seconds (HH)
Display 2
CHH SY or
CHH Cd
Cycle Number (HH) and
Segment Number (Y) or
Cycle Number (HH) and
Segment Cooldown
Display 3
A HHHF or A
HHHC
Actual Temperature
Display 4
P HHHF or P
HHHC
Programmed Temperature
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Time Dry
Cycle
Display
Display 5
Rapid Advance Mode
6 Digit
Display
Description
SAVE
Custom Save Mode Display
Table 2
Moisture
Dry Cycle
Display
6 Digit
Display
In the Auto-Dry and Moisture Dry cycles, pressing the Start keypad will advance the cycle to the next enabled segment. Note that
Auto-Dry cycles only have one programmable segment.
Description
Display 1
HH
Actual Moisture Level
Display 2
CHH SY or
CHH Cd
Cycle Number (HH) and
Segment Number (Y) or
Cycle Number (HH) and
Segment Cooldown
Display 3
A HHHF or A
HHHC
Actual Temperature
Display 4
P HHHF or P
HHHC
Programmed Temperature
Display 5
PnCHH
Programmed Moisture
Level
Display 6
SAVE
Custom Save Mode Display
Display 1
Display 2
6 Digit
Display
When the cycle is completed, the audit counter, Total Rapid Advance Cycles, is incremented rather than the Total Machine Cycles audit counter. If the Rapid Advance Option is disabled preventing a manual Rapid Advance, the user may still execute a
Rapid Advance using the PDA or PC. Refer to PC and PDA Application User Instructions for additional information on using a
PDA or PC to Rapid Advance a cycle.
Elapsed Time in Minutes
and Seconds (HH)
CHH SY or
CHH Cd
Cycle Number (HH) and
Segment Number (Y) or
Cycle Number (HH) and
Segment Cooldown
Display 3
A HHHF or A
HHHC
Actual Temperature
Display 4
P HHHF or P
HHHC
Programmed Temperature
Display 5
P HH
Programmed Target Level
Table 4
If Stop keypad is pressed or the loading or lint door is opened
while in Run Mode, control enters Pause Mode.
If the door was opened to enter Pause Mode, the control will
show door until the door is closed or Pause Mode is exited. If the
door is closed, the control will show PUSH for one second followed by StArt for one second as well as flash the Start keypad
LED one second on/one second off.
If the Stop keypad was pressed to enter Pause Mode and the loading door is closed, the control will show PAUSE until Pause
Mode is exited.
Description
HHH HH
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In the Cool Down segment, pressing the Start keypad will decrease the remaining time by one minute.
Pause Mode
Table 3
Auto Dry
Cycle
Display
If the Rapid Advance Option is enabled, the user can advance a
running machine cycle by pressing the Start keypad. In a Time
Dry cycle, pressing the Start keypad will decrease the remaining
time by one minute. Pressing and holding the Start keypad will
decrease the remaining time by four minutes per second until the
end of the cycle.
Any time PAUSE is shown on the control, the Start keypad LED
will flash one second on/one second off to prompt the user to restart the cycle.
Error Mode
This mode will be entered to display all fatal machine errors.
Communication Mode
This mode is entered whenever the control is communicating
with a PDA. Refer to PC and PDA Application User Instructions.
Cool Down Mode
The control enters the Cool Down Mode after the heat segment of
the cycle is completed or fatal error occurs. The control turns the
heater off and for steam heated units turns the damper motor on.
The cool down segment will end once the cool down temperature
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Control Identification
has been reached or the programmed cool down time expires,
which ever happens first.
End of Cycle Mode
The control enters End of Cycle Mode after the cool down segment is finished. The display will toggle between LoAd and
rEAdy for one second each until End of Cycle Mode is exited. If
the door has not been opened or a keypad has not been pressed
after two minutes, the machine will enter Extended Tumble
Mode. This mode is exited when the door is opened or Stop keypad is pressed. The control will then return to Idle Mode.
Extended Tumble Mode
The Extended Tumble Mode has two portions. The Anti-Wrinkle
Tumble is entered two minutes after the cycle has ended if the
door is not opened. The cylinder will tumble for 30 seconds every
two minutes for up to one hour.
If the door hasn’t been opened and no keys have been pressed
one hour after the Anti-Wrinkle Tumble has ended, the control
increments the Anti-Wrinkle Time Exceeded audit counter and
enters Delayed Tumble. The cylinder will tumble for two minutes
every 60 minutes for up to 18 hours.
Reversing Mode (reversing models only)
Models equipped with the reversing feature will rotate in the forward direction, pause, rotate in the reverse direction and then
pause for programmable times and segments of the cycle. Factory
default reversing rotate time is 30 seconds and reversing stop
time is 6 seconds for all cycles with reversing enabled.
Entering Diagnostic Mode From Idle Mode
When entered from the Idle Mode, the control will be running a
test selected by the user via keypad presses or communication
with a device.
Displaying Temperature Mode
The temperature can be displayed during an active cycle by
pressing the up arrow or down arrow to scroll through the menu.
Select A:(Temp Value) to see the actual or current temperature.
Select P:(Temp Value) to see the programmed temperature.
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Machine Cycle Definition and Operation
Machine Cycle Definition and Operation
There are 30 machine cycles that can be selected and run. Machine cycles can be modified or made “unavailable” by manually
editing them in Modify Cycle Menu or by using the PDA to
download a modified machine cycle into the control. Machine cycles cannot be deleted, but can be made “unavailable” so that
they are not visible from the Cycle Menu. New machine cycles
cannot be created, but existing machine cycles that have been
edited to be “unavailable” may be re-edited to be available again.
2. Press Start to start selected cycle.
NOTE: If door is not closed when the Start keypad is
pressed, display will show door.
Machine Cycle Operation
When a cycle is run, the control runs the cycle segment by segment in a sequence. First the control examines the Cycle Type
chosen to determine if it is a Time Dry, Auto-Dry or Moisture
Dry (if equipped) cycle type. Then the first segment is examined
to see if it is programmed to on or oFF. If the segment is programmed to oFF, control skips to the next segment.
At the start of some machine cycles, the control displays a Total
Remaining Cycle time. This time is taken from the machine cycles as they are programmed. The Total Remaining Cycle Time
begins to count down as soon as the cycle is started.
Time Dry Cycle
In this type of cycle, the control will regulate the temperature and
time duration as programmed for the cycle chosen.
Auto-Dry Cycle
If this type of cycle is selected, the control determines the cycle
time based on the temperature and dryness level programmed for
the cycle chosen.
Moisture Dry Cycle (if equipped)
In this type of cycle, the control checks the programmed material
type, programmed target moisture content, programmed temperature and the data received from the moisture sensing system to
achieve the desire results.
Rotation Sensor Equipped Machines
On machines equipped with a rotation sensor, the control monitors the rotation sensor to verify the cylinder is rotating. The control calculates the cylinder’s RPM. If the RPM drops to zero
while the cylinder is supposed to be rotating, the control will advance to the Cool Down segment of the cycle and an error message will be displayed.
To Start a Cycle
1. Press the Up or Down keypad to change cycles.
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Entering the Manual Mode
Entering the Manual Mode
For programming, testing, and retrieving information from the
control, it is often necessary to enter the Manual Mode by following the steps below.
For an overview of entering the Manual Mode, refer to the flowchart.
How to Enter the Manual Mode
1. Control must be in Idle Mode.
2. Press and hold the Stop keypad, then press and hold the Back
keypad, then press the Up keypad.
3. The display will show Prog.
4. Press the Up or the Down keypad to scroll through the options
until the desired option appears in the display.
5. Press the Start keypad to enter the displayed mode.
6. To exit, press the Back keypad. The control will revert back
to Idle Mode.
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Manual Programming can only be turned on or off with an external device. Refer to the appropriate instruction manual. Diagnostics can be turned on and off using an external device by manual
programming.
By default, Manual Programming is turned on.
The manual features available in each group are as follows (the
menu displayed on the display in this mode is in parentheses).
Manual Programming (Prog)
Manual Read Audit (Audit)
Manual Reset (rESEt)
Diagnostic Tests (diAg)
If a manual parameter is turned off or unavailable (ex: trying to
enter diagnostics while a cycle is running), the display will
change from the selected feature to oFF, an audio signal will
sound for one second and the features in the parameter cannot be
entered. The display will then return to the selected feature.
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Entering the Manual Mode
To enter a programming
option, press the Start (
keypad. To exit, press
the Back (ß) keypad.
Manual Mode: Enter by pressing
Stop ( ), then Back (ß), then
Up (á) keypads
Press the Up (á) or
the Down (â) keypad
to scroll through the
Manual Mode options.
“ Prog”
Manual
Programming
“Audit ”
Manual Read
Audit
/8 )
Press the Start ( /8 ) keypad to
enter Manual Programming.
Refer to Manual
Programming flowchart.
“CyCLE”
Total machine cycles
Press the Start ( /8 )
keypad to read audit.
Press the
Start ( /8 ) keypad.
“totHrS”
Total Run Hours
Press the Start ( /8 )
keypad to read audit.
Press the
Up (á)
or the
Down (â)
keypad to
scroll through
the Audit
options.
“HEAtHr”
Total Heat Hours
Press the Start ( /8 )
keypad to read audit.
“rA CyC”
Total Rapid
Advance Cycles
Press the Start ( /8 )
keypad to read audit.
“Ab CyC”
Total Aborted Cycles
Press the Start ( /8 )
keypad to read audit.
“AntiCt ”
Total Time
Anti-wrinkle Exceeded
Press the Start ( /8 )
keypad to read audit.
“End2OP”
Average Time From End
of Cycle to Door Open
Press the Start ( /8 )
keypad to read audit.
“End2St”
Average Time From End
of Cycle to Run Mode
Press the Start ( /8 )
keypad to read audit.
“rESEt”
Manual Reset
Press the Start ( /8 )
keypad to reset control.
“diAg”
Diagnostic
Tests
Press the Start ( /8 ) keypad to
enter Diagnostic Tests. Refer to
Diagnostic Tests flowchart.
TMB1372R_SVG
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Programming Control
Programming Control
What Can Be Programmed?
How to Program a Cycle
This feature allows the owner to program cycle parameters and
other features by using the keypads. The control must have the
Manual Programming Mode enabled, which is the factory default. This mode can only be turned OFF and ON by using an external device. Refer to this section when programming the control.
NOTE: Press the Back keypad to leave the option
without saving any change.
5. After pressing Start , control will go to the next option in the
list.
6. Press Back keypad to go to Idle Mode.
For an overview of the programming organization, refer to the
flowcharts on the following pages.
For more advanced users, a quick reference list of the options
available through the programming mode is located below.
NOTE: The codes in the Option Display column of the
Programmable Options List are what will show in the
display when that option is selected.
Option
Number
Option
Display
1. Press the Up or Down keypad to scroll through the option list.
2. Press Start to select an option to program.
3. Press the Up or Down keypad to change the value of that option.
4. Press Start to save the change.
Programmable Options Available
Default
Value
Description
Value Range
1
CyCLE-
Cycle Programming
-
-
a
CyCHH-
Cycle HH (HH represents
cycles 1-30)
-
-
1
CHHEn
Cycle HH Enable Disable
-
on/oFF
2
CHHtyP
Cycle HH Type
-
tinE (Time Dry), Auto (Auto Dry), noiSt (Moisture
Dry)
3
CHHnt
Cycle HH Matieral Type
-
0 (Cotton), 1 (Blend), 2 (Bedding), 3 (Delicate), 4
(Synthetic), 5 (Wool)
4
CHHtPt
Cycle HH Time Past Target (minutes)
-
0-15
5
CHHS1-
Segment 1
-
CHHS11 (Segment 1 Enable/Disable), CHHS12
(Segment 1 Time), CHHS13 (Segment 1 Temperature), CHHS14 (Segment 1 Auto Dry Target Level),
CHHS15 (Segment 1 Moisture Dry Target Moisture),
CHHS16 (Segment 1 Reversing Enable/ Disable)
6
CHHS2-
Segment 2
-
CHHS21 (Segment 2 Enable/Disable), CHHS22
(Segment 2 Time), CHHS23 (Segment 2 Temperature), CHHS24 (Segment 2 Auto Dry Target Level),
CHHS25 (Segment 2 Moisture Dry Target Moisture),
CHHS26 (Segment 2 Reversing Enable/ Disable)
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Option
Number
7
Option
Display
Default
Value
Description
Value Range
CHHS3-
Segment 3
-
CHHS31 (Segment 3 Enable/Disable), CHHS32 (Segment 3 Time), CHHS33 (Segment 3 Temperature),
CHHS34 (Segment 3 Auto Dry Target Level),
CHHS35 (Segment 3 Moisture Dry Target Moisture),
CHHS36 (Segment 3 Reversing Enable/ Disable)
CHHS4-
Segment 4
-
CHHS41 (Segment 4 Enable/Disable), CHHS42
(Segment 4 Time), CHHS43 (Segment 4 Temperature), CHHS44 (Segment 4 Auto Dry Target Level),
CHHS45 (Segment 4 Moisture Dry Target Moisture),
CHHS46 (Segment 4 Reversing Enable/ Disable)
9
CHHS5-
Segment 5
-
CHHS51 (Segment 5 Enable/Disable), CHHS52
(Segment 5 Time), CHHS53 (Segment 5 Temperature), CHHS54 (Segment 5 Auto Dry Target Level),
CHHS55 (Segment 5 Moisture Dry Target Moisture),
CHHS56 (Segment 5 Reversing Enable/ Disable)
10
CHHCd-
Cool Down
-
CHHCd1 (Cool Down Temperature), CHHCd2 (Cool
Down Time), CHHCd3 (Cool Down Segment Reversing Enable/Disable)
11
CHHr-
Reversing
-
CHH r1 (Cycle Reversing Enable/Disable), CHH r2
(Cycle Reversing Rotate Time), CHH r3 (Cycle Reversing Stop Time)
2
Cd-
Global Cool Down
-
-
a
Cd 1
Cool Down Temperature
100°F
[38°C]
b
Cd 2
Cool Down Time (minutes)
2
1-15
3
rEu-
Global Reversing Parameters
-
-
a
rEu 1
Rotate Time (seconds)
3 (30)
3-9 (30-540 seconds)
b
rEu 2
Stop Time (seconds)
0 (6)
0-4 (6-10 seconds)
c
rEu 3
Advanced Reversing
0
0 (oFF), 1 (on)
4
tEnP-
Global Temperatures
-
-
a
tEnP 1
Global Very Low Temperature
120°F
[49°C]
100°-120°F [38°-49°C]
b
tEnP 2
Global Low Temperature
140°F
[60°C]
120°-140°F [49°-60°C](50, 75, 120, 170, 200 Pound
Models), 105°-145°F [41°-63°C](25, 30, T30 Pound
Models),125°-155°F [52°-68°C](35, T45, 55 Pound
Models)
8
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Option
Number
Option
Display
Default
Value
Description
Value Range
c
tEnP 3
Global Medium Temperature
160°F
[71°C]
140°-160°F [60°-71°C](50, 75, 120, 170, 200 Pound
Models), 135°-160°F [57°-71°C](25, 30, T30 Pound
Models),145°-165°F [63°-74°C](35, T45, 55 Pound
Models)
d
tEnP 4
Global High Temperature
190°F
[88°C]
160°-190°F [71°-88°C](35, T45, 55, 50, 75, 120,
170, 200 Pound Models), 155°-190°F [68°-88°C](25,
30, T30 Pound Models)
5
Audio-
-
-
a
Aud 1
End of Cycle
1
0 (oFF), 1 (on)
b
Aud 2
End of Cycle Duration
(seconds)
5
1-120
c
Aud 3
Keypad Feedback
1
0 (oFF), 1 (on)
6
ESig-
External Signal
-
-
a
ESig 1
External Signal End of Cycle
1
0 (oFF), 1 (on)
b
ESig 2
External Signal End of Cycle Duration (seconds)
5
1-120
7
nuLSEg
Multi-Segment Cycles
0
1 (Enable), 0 (Disable)
8
ndryOP
Advanced Moisture Dry
Options
0
1 (Enable), 0 (Disable)
9
Error-
Error Displays
-
-
a
EdiSPL
Display Limit Errors
0
1 (Enable), 0 (Disable)
b
noiSt
Display Moisture Sensor
Error
1
1 (Enable), 0 (Disable)
10
t FC
Temperature
0
0 (Fahrenheit), 1 (Celsius)
11
AI g
Auto Ignite Retry
3
0-255
12
L int
Clean Lint Reminder
0
0 (off)-255
13
rtC-
Real Time Clock
-
-
a
rtC 1
Minutes
-
0-59
b
rtC 2
Hours
-
0-23
c
rtC 3
Day
-
1-7
d
rtC 4
Date
-
1-31
e
rtC 5
Month
-
1-12
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Option
Number
Option
Display
Default
Value
Description
Value Range
f
rtC 6
Year
-
g
rtC 7
Daylight Savings
1
14
rAPdEn
Manual Rapid Advance
0
1 (Enable), 0 (Disable)
15
diAgEn
Manual Diagnostics
1
1 (Enable), 0 (Disable)
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1 (Enable), 0 (Disable)
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“ Prog”
Manual Programming
To enter a programming
option, press the Start (
keypad. To exit, press
the Back (ß) keypad.
Press the
Start ( /8 ) keypad
“CyCLE-”
Cycle Programming
“CyCHH”
Cycle to be programmed
/8 )
“CHHEn”
Cycle HH Enable Disable
“On”
Enable
“oFF”
Disable
“CHHtyP”
Cycle HH Type
“ tinE ”
Time Dry
“ Auto ”
Auto Dry
Press the Up (á)
or the Down (â)
keypad to scroll
through the
programmable options.
“ noiSt”
Moisture Dry
“CHHnt”
Cycle HH Material Type
“0”
Cotton
“CHHtPt”
Cycle HH
Time Past Target
“1”
Blend
“2”
Bedding
“3”
Delicate
“4”
Synthetic
continued
continued
“5”
Wool
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continued
continued
To enter a programming
option, press the Start (
keypad. To exit, press
the Back (ß) keypad.
/8 )
“CHHS1-”
Segment 1
“CHHS11”
Segment 1
Enable/Disable
“CHHS2-”
Segment 2
“CHHS21”
Segment 2
Enable/Disable
“CHHS3-”
Segment 3
“CHHS31”
Segment 3
Enable/Disable
Press the Up (á)
or the Down (â)
keypad to scroll
through the
programmable options.
“CHHS32”
Segment 3
Time
“CHHS33”
Segment 3
Temperature
“CHHS34”
Segment 3 Auto Dry
Target Level
“CHHS35”
Segment 3 Moisture
Dry Target Level
continued
continued
“CHHS22”
Segment 2
Time
“CHHS23”
Segment 2
Temperature
“CHHS24”
Segment 2 Auto Dry
Target Level
“CHHS25”
Segment 2 Moisture
Dry Target Level
“CHHS12”
Segment 1
Time
“CHHS13”
Segment 1
Temperature
“CHHS14”
Segment 1 Auto Dry
Target Level
“CHHS15”
Segment 1 Moisture
Dry Target Level
“CHHS16”
Segment 1 Reversing
Enable/Disable
“CHHS26”
Segment 2 Reversing
Enable/Disable
“CHHS36”
Segment 3 Reversing
Enable/Disable
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continued
continued
To enter a programming
option, press the Start (
keypad. To exit, press
the Back (ß) keypad.
/8 )
“CHHS4-”
Segment 4
“CHHS41”
Segment 4
Enable/Disable
“CHHS5-”
Segment 5
“CHHS51”
Segment 5
Enable/Disable
“CHHS52”
Segment 5
Time
Press the Up (á)
or the Down (â)
keypad to scroll
through the
programmable options.
“CHHS53”
Segment 5
Temperature
“CHHS54”
Segment 5 Auto Dry
Target Level
“CHHS55”
Segment 5 Moisture
Dry Target Level
“CHHS42”
Segment 4
Time
“CHHS43”
Segment 4
Temperature
“CHHS44”
Segment 4 Auto Dry
Target Level
“CHHS45”
Segment 4 Moisture
Dry Target Level
“CHHS46”
Segment 4 Reversing
Enable/Disable
“CHHS56”
Segment 5 Reversing
Enable/Disable
continued
continued
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continued
To enter a programming
option, press the Start (
keypad. To exit, press
the Back (ß) keypad.
/8 )
continued
“CHHCd-”
Cool Down
“CHHCd1”
Cool Down
Temperature
Press the Up (á)
or the Down (â)
keypad to scroll
through the
programmable options.
“CHHCd2”
Cool Down Time
“CHHCd3”
Cool Down
Segment Reversing
Enable/Disable
“CHHr-”
Reversing
“CHH r1”
Cycle Reversing
Enable/Disable
“Cd-”
Global Cool Down
“Cd 1”
Cool Down
Temperature
continued
“Cd 2”
Cool Down
Time
“CHH r2”
Cycle Reversing
Rotate Time
“CHH r3”
Cycle Reversing
Stop Time
TMB1373R_SVG-d
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Programming Control
To enter a programming
option, press the Start (
keypad. To exit, press
the Back (ß) keypad.
continued
“rEu-”
Global Reversing
Parameters
/8 )
“rEu 1”
Rotate Time
“rEu 2”
Stop Time
Press the Up (á)
or the Down (â)
keypad to scroll
through the
programmable options.
“rEu 3”
Advanced Reversing
(On/off)
“tEnP-”
Global Temperatures
“ tEnP 1”
Global Very
Low Temperature
“ tEnP 2”
Global Low
Temperature
“ tEnP 3”
Global Medium
Temperature
“ tEnP 4”
Global High
Temperature
continued
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To enter a programming
option, press the Start (
keypad. To exit, press
the BACK (ß) keypad.
continued
“Audio-”
Global Audio Signal
/8 )
“Aud 1 ”
End of Cycle
(On/off)
“ Aud 2 ”
End of Cycle
Duration
Press the Up (á)
or the Down (â)
keypad to scroll
through the
programmable options.
“Aud 3 ”
Keypad Feedback
(On/off)
“ESig 1”
External Signal
End of Cycle (on/off)
“ESig-”
External Signal
“ESig 2”
External Signal
End of Cycle Duration
“ nuLSEg ”
Multi-Segment Cycles
(on/off)
“ndryOP ”
Advanced Moisture
Dry Options
(Enable/Disable)
“Error-”
Error Displays
“EdiSPL”
Display Limit Errors
(Enable/Disable)
continued
“noiSt ”
Display Moisture
Sensor Error
(Enable/Disable)
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continued
To enter a programming
option, press the Start (
keypad. To exit, press
the BACK (ß) keypad.
/8 )
“t FC”
Temperature
“AIg”
Auto Ignite Retry
Press the Up (á)
or the Down (â)
keypad to scroll
through the
programmable options.
“Lint”
Clean Lint Reminder
“ rtC-”
Real Time Clock
“rtC 1”
Minutes
“rtC 2”
Hours
“rtC 3”
Day
“rtC 4”
Date
“rAPdEn”
Manual Rapid Advance
(on/off)
“diAgEn”
Manual Diagnostics
(on/off)
“rtC 5 ”
Month
“rtC 6”
Year
“rtC 7”
Daylight Savings
(on/off)
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Collecting Audit Information
Collecting Audit Information
This feature allows the owner to retrieve audit information stored
in the tumble dryer by pressing a sequence of pads on the control.
For an explanation of the audit options available, refer to Table
5.
How to Enter Audit Feature
1. Control must be in Manual Mode to start. Refer to How to Enter the Manual Mode.
2. Press the Up or the Down keypad until Audit appears.
3. Press the Start keypad. CyCLE will appear.
If the procedure did not work, the control will return to the Idle
Mode.
How to Read Audit Data
1. Use the Up or the Down keypad to scroll through various options until the desired option is shown in the display. Refer to
Table 5 for an explanation of the audit options available.
Audit Options List
Display
Description
CyCLE
Total # of machine cycles
totHrS
Total # of run hours
HEAtHr
Total # of heat hours
rA CyC
Total # of rapid advance cycles
Ab CyC
Total # of aborted cycles
AntiCt
Total # of times anti-wrinkle exceeded
End2OP
Average time from end of cycle to door
open (last 25 cycles)
End25t
Average time from end of cycle to run
mode (last 25 cycles)
Table 5
2. Once the desired option appears in the display, press the Start
keypad once to start the audit count.
3. Press the Start keypad again. The control will go to the next
audit option in the Audit Options List.
4. To select other audit options, repeat steps 1 – 3.
How to Exit Audit Feature
Press the Back keypad until the control returns to Idle Mode.
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Manual Reset
Manual Reset
This feature allows the owner to reset the tumble dryer control’s
programming data to the factory default settings by pressing a sequence of pads on the control. For an explanation of the Factory
Default Settings, refer to Default Tumble Dryer Settings.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode to start. Refer to How to Enter the Manual Mode.
2. Press the Up or the Down keypad until rESEt appears.
3. Press the Start keypad. The control will be blank until the programming is complete. Once the program has been reset, the
control will revert back to the Manual Mode, displaying diAg.
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Custom Save
Custom Save
This feature allows the owner to save a current cycle. For time
dry cycles, the custom save will reprogram the cycle time to the
time that has elapsed in the current cycle. For moisture dry cycles, the custom save feature will save the current moisture level
as the target moisture level for the current cycle.
1. While a cycle is running, press the Back and Start keypads.
2. Display will change to SAUE and Start keypad will flash.
3. Press the Start keypad.
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Testing Machine and Electronic Control Functions
This feature allows the owner to run diagnostic tests on various
tumble dryer operations without servicing the tumble dryer. The
tests that are available are shown in Table 6 .
For an overview of the manual diagnostic test feature, refer to the
flowchart.
How to Enter Testing Feature
1. Enter Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the Manual
Mode.
2. Press the Up or the Down keypad until diAg appears.
3. Press the Start keypad. Display will change to dSoft indicating the control software version number test.
4. Press the Up or the Down keypad to scroll through the diagnostic test options.
How to Start Tests
To start a diagnostic test, refer to the quick reference chart below
(Table 6 ). Press the Start keypad when the desired test is displayed. For detailed information on each test, read the appropriate description.
How to Exit Testing Feature
Press the Back keypad. The display will return to Idle Mode.
Diagnostic (Testing) Mode – Quick Reference Chart
Test Number
Diagnostic Mode
dSoft
Control Software Version
ddoor
Loading Door Status
dLint
Lint Door Status
dHEAt
Heater Interlock Test
FCOnHH
Fan Motor Contactor Status (HH represents input status, open OP or closed CL)
FnCSHH
Fan Motor Centrifugal Switch Status ( HH represents input status, open OP or closed CL)
CAb HH
Cabinet High Limit Thermostat Status ( HH represents input status, open OP or closed CL)
SL HH
Stove High Limit Thermostat 1 Status ( HH represents input status, open OP or closed CL)
SL2 HH
Stove High Limit Thermostat 2 Status ( HH represents input status, open OP or closed CL)
ddiP
DIP Switch Status
diCnAL
ICM Alarm Status
diCnrS
ICM Reset Test
dEALrn
External Alarm Test
ddryon
Dryer On Temperature Test
dtHEr
Thermistor Temperature Test
dConF2
Machine Config #2 Display
dConF3
Machine Config #3 Display
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Diagnostic (Testing) Mode – Quick Reference Chart
dAFS
Airflow Switch Test
dFAn
Fan Motor Test
ddAnPr
Damper Motor Test*
drEuSE
Reverse Motor Test*
drotAt
Rotation Sensor Test*
drnC 1
Moisture Sensor Test (Shorted test jumper)* (orange jumper)
drnC 2
Moisture Sensor Test (Resistance test jumper)* (black jumper)
* = Test only shown if enabled by the DIP switch configuration.
Table 6
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“ diAg ”
Diagnostic Tests
“ dSoft”
Control Software Version Number Test
Press the Start
( /8 ) keypad.
Press the Up (á) or
the Down (â) keypad
to scroll through the
Diagnostic Test options.
To enter a diagnostic test,
press the Start ( /8 ) keypad.
To exit, press the Back (ß) keypad.
“ ddoor ”
Loading Door Status
“ dLint”
Lint Door Status
“ dHEAt”
Heater Interlock Test
“ ddiP”
DIP Switch Status
“ FCOnHH”
Fan Motor Contactor Status
“ diCnAL”
ICM Alarm Status
“ FnCSHH”
Fan Motor Centrifugal Switch Status
“ diCnrS”
ICM Reset Test
“ Cab HH”
Cabinet High Limit Thermostat Status
“ dEALrn ”
External Alarm Test
“ SL HH”
Stove High Limit Thermostat 1 Status
“ ddryon”
Dryer On Temperature Test
“ SL2 HH”
Stove High Limit Thermostat 2 Status
“ dtHEr”
Thermistor Temperature Test
“ dConF2”
Machine Config #2 Display
“ dConF3”
Machine Config #3 Display
“ dAFS”
Airflow Switch Test
“ dFAn”
Fan Motor Test
“ ddAnPr ”
Damper Motor Test
“ drEuSE”
Reverse Motor Test
“ drotAt ”
Rotation Sensor Test
“ drnC 1”
Moisture Sensor Test (Shorted)
“ drnC 2”
Moisture Sensor Test (Resistance)
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Diagnostic Test Descriptions
Heater Interlock Test
While this test is running, the control will show the status of the
following inputs for two seconds each. The control will continue
scrolling through the input status displays until the test is aborted.
Control Software Version Number Test
This option displays the control software version number. To
start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How to
Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To start test, the control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to
How to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the Start keypad. The display will show S HH
where HH is the software version number.
To enter, press Start. Refer to five sections below for more details
on individual statuses.
To exit the Software Version Number Test, press the Back keypad. The control will return to the testing mode.
NOTE: These switches are tested in sequence. If one
switch is sensed open, the rest will be open as well.
For example, if the fan motor contactor switch is open,
all of the switches will be open.
Loading Door Test
This option tests the loading door switch. To start test, control
must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the Start keypad. The display will show doorOP
when the loading door switch is open and doorCL when the loading door switch is closed.
The loading door switch has to be closed or open for at least one
second for the control to register the switch as closed or open.
To exit the Loading Door Test, press the Back keypad. The control will return to the testing mode.
Lint Door Test
This option tests the lint door switch. To start test, control must
be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter Testing Feature at
the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the Start keypad. The display will show LintOP
when the lint door switch is open and LintCL when the lint door
switch is closed.
To exit the test, press the Back keypad. The control will return to
the testing mode.
Fan Motor Contactor Switch
The display will show FCOnOP if the switch is sensed open and
FCOnCL if the switch is sensed closed.
Fan Motor Centrifugal Switch
The display will show FnCSOP if the switch is sensed open and
FnCSCL if the switch is sensed closed.
Cabinet High Limit Thermostat
The display will show CAb OP if sensed open for at least 1.5 seconds and CAb CL if sensed closed for at least one second.
Stove High Limit Thermostat 1
The display will show SL OP if sensed open for at least 1.5 seconds and SL CL if sensed closed for at least one second.
Stove High Limit Thermostat 2
The lint door switch has to be closed or open for at least one second for the control to register the switch as closed or open.
The display will show SL2 OP if sensed open for at least 1.5 seconds and SL2 CL if sensed closed for at least one second.
NOTE: Loading door must be closed while testing lint
door.
Dip Switch Status
To exit the Lint Door Test, press the Back keypad. The control
will return to the testing mode.
The control will show the displays in Table 7 according to the
DIP switch configuration. The control will show which switches
are in the ON position.
DS8
DS7
DS6
DS5
DS4
DS3
DS2
DS1
Display
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
dSC000
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
dSC001
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
dSC002
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
dSC004
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DS8
DS7
DS6
DS5
DS4
DS3
DS2
DS1
Display
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
dSC008
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
dSC016
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
dSC032
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
dSC064
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
dSC128
Table 7
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
ICM Alarm Status
This option shows the status of the ICM (Ignition Control Module) Alarm.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the Start keypad. The display will show iAL on if
the alarm is active for at least one second or iALOFF if the alarm
is not active for one second.
To exit the test, press the Back keypad. The control will return to
the testing mode.
ICM Reset Test
The ICM Reset Test can be used to both activate the ICM alarm
signal and reset the ICM alarm. When this test is started, the ICM
reset will become active. If the reset signal is active for a long
enough period of time (4 seconds) the ICM Lockout input will
become active. To reset the ICM, stop the ICM Reset Test and
then start the test again until the ICM Lockout input becomes inactive (4 seconds) and then stop the ICM Reset Test. If irESEt
shows on the display, ICM Reset output is active.
External Alarm Test
This option tests whether the external alarm is working.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the Start keypad. The display will show EALArn
and the external alarm will sound until the test is exited.
To exit this test, press the Back keypad. The control will return to
the testing mode.
Tumble Dryer On Temperature Test
This option tests the temperature inside the cylinder while running a cycle.
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To enter, press the Start keypad. The display will show P HHHF
(Fahrenheit) or P HHHC (Celsius). Use the Up or the Down keypad to select desired temperature. Press the Start keypad to begin
cycle. While the test is running the control will display the temperature estimated in the cylinder (HHH F or HHH C ). Once the
cylinder temperature stabilizes at the target temperature, the heater is turned off and there is a two minute cool down period. During cool down, the control will display the time remaining as nn
SS.
NOTE: This test does not increment the Total # of Cycles audit counter.
To exit the test, press the Back keypad. The control will return to
the testing mode.
Thermistor Temperature Test
This option displays the temperature sensed at the thermistor in
5°F [3°C] increments.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the Start keypad. The display will show HHHF or
HHHC. The F will show Fahrenheit, the C will show Celsius and
the HHH will show degrees. If control senses a shorted thermistor, the display will show SH . If the control senses an open thermistor, the display will show OP .
To exit this test, press the Back keypad. The control will return to
the testing mode.
Machine Configuration Display #2 Test
This option shows the machine configuration values for the machine type.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
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To enter, press the Startkeypad. The display will show C HHH,
with HHH the number corresponding to the machine capacity.
Refer to Table 8 .
Value
Description
Value
Description
26
50 Pound Tumble Dryer
27
55 Pound Tumble Dryer
2
25, 30 Pound Tumble Dryer
28
75, F75 Pound Tumble Dryer
4
30, 45 Pound Stack Tumble Dryer
29
120 Pound Tumble Dryer
5
35 and 55 Pound Tumble Dryer
30
170 Pound Tumble Dryer
12
50, 75, F75, 120, 170 and 200 Pound Tumble
Dryer
31
200 Pound Tumble Dryer
Table 9
Table 8
To exit Machine Configuration Display #2 Test, press the Back
keypad. The control will return to the testing mode.
Machine Configuration Display #3 Test
This option shows the machine configuration values for the machine capacity.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the Start keypad. The display will show d HHH,
with HHH representing the machine capacity. Refer to Table 9 .
To exit Machine Configuration Display #3 Test, press the Back
keypad. The control will return to the testing mode.
Value
Description
0
Tumble Dryer
17
25 Pound Tumble Dryer
18
30 Pound Tumble Dryer
19
30 Pound Stack Tumble Dryer
20
30 Pound Stack Tumble Dryer – Lower
Pocket
21
30 Pound Stack Tumble Dryer – Upper
Pocket
22
35 Pound Tumble Dryer
23
45 Pound Stack Tumble Dryer
24
45 Pound Stack Tumble Dryer – Lower
Pocket
25
45 Pound Stack Tumble Dryer – Upper
Pocket
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Airflow Switch Test
This option shows the current state of the airflow switch.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the Start keypad. The display will show AF OP or
AF CL, with AF OP being open and AF CL being closed.
Switch has to be closed for at least one second or open for at least
one second for a valid change.
To exit Airflow Switch Test, press the Back keypad. The control
will return to the testing mode.
Fan Motor Test
This option shows the fan motor running.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the Start keypad. The display will show FAn to
indicate the fan motor is going to run.
The test must run for at least six seconds before it can be exited
and off for six seconds before the test can be run again.
NOTE: This test does not count towards the total machine run time operation.
To exit Fan Motor Test, press the Back keypad. The control will
return to the testing mode.
Damper Motor Test
This option shows the damper motor running.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the Start keypad. The display will show dAnPEr
to indicate the damper motor is going to run.
The test must run for at least six seconds before it can be exited
and off for six seconds before the test can be run again.
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NOTE: This test does not count towards the total machine run time operation.
To exit Damper Motor Test, press the Back keypad. The control
will return to the testing mode.
Reverse Motor Test
This option shows the reverse motor running.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the Start keypad. The display will show rnotor to
indicate the reverse motor is going to run.
The test must run for at least six seconds before it can be exited
and off for six seconds before the test can be run again.
NOTE: This test does not count towards the total machine run time operation
To exit Reverse Motor Test, press the Back keypad. The control
will return to the testing mode.
Rotation Sensor Test
This option shows the RPM of the tumble dryer cylinder.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the Start keypad. The display will show rPnHHH.
The display is updated every ten seconds. The test must run for at
least six seconds before it can be exited and off for six seconds
before the test can be run again.
NOTE: This test does not count towards the total machine run time operation.
To exit Rotation Sensor Test, press the Back keypad. The control
will return to the testing mode.
Moisture Sensor Test (Shorted Test Jumper)
This step is skipped if the control is not configured for Moisture
Sensing. When entering this test, the control will show rnC 1
while flashing the Start LED one second on/one second off, allowing the user to short the cylinder to the baffle (orange jumper). When the Start key is pressed, this test step energizes the Fan
Motor Contactor and Forward Motor Contactor and the control
will show HH. The moisture sensor test is 30 seconds. During
this 30 second period, the control is continually monitoring the
moisture sensor input for the expected short circuit. If an intermittent signal or high resistance is sensed before the 30 seconds
expire, the test is terminated and the control will show OPEn , indicating that the test has failed. At this time the user has the option to press the Back keypad to return and run the test again. If
the control ran the whole test reading the expected moisture sensor level and without an intermittent signal or high resistance,
PASS will be shown. If either the loading or lint doors are
opened during the test, the control will reset the test step and al-
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low it to be run again. When the test is complete and result is displayed, the control sounds a 5 second audio signal. Press a key to
advance to the next test step. If the Up or Down keypad is pressed while the test is in progress the control will toggle between
displays HH, rnC HH and SnrHHH. If the display is left on rnC
HH or SnrHHH for 5 seconds the control will revert to showing
rnC 1.
Moisture Sensor Test (Resistance Test Jumper)
This step is skipped if the control is not configured for Moisture
Sensing. When entering this test, the control will show rnC 2
while flashing the Start key LED one second on/one second off,
allowing the user to place the 510k Ohm resistor between the cylinder and the baffle (black jumper) which simulates an expected
moisture sensor level. When the Start keypad is pressed, this step
energizes the Fan Motor Contactor and Forward Motor Contactor
and the control will show HH. The moisture sensor test is 30 seconds. During this 30 second period, the control is continually
monitoring the moisture sensor input for the expected moisture
sensor level. If an intermittent signal or unexpected resistance is
sensed before the time expires, the test is terminated and the control will show OPEn , indicating that the test has failed. At this
time, the user has the option to press the Back keypad to return
and run the test again. If the control ran the test reading the expected moisture sensor level and without an inttermittent signal
or unexpected resistance, PASS will be shown. If either the loading or lint doors are opened during the test, the control will reset
the test step and allow it to be run again. When the test is complete and result is displayed, the control sounds a 5 second audio
signal. Press a key to advance to the next test step. If the Up or
Down keypad is pressed while the test is in progress the control
will toggle between HH, rnC HH and SnrHHH. If the display is
left on rnC HH or SnrHHH for 5 seconds the control will revert
to showing rnC 2.
Production Test Cycle
To Enter Production Test Cycle
1. Be certain control is in Idle Mode.
2. While pressing and holding the Down keypad with one hand,
press the Back keypad with the other hand.
3. When the control enters the Production Test Cycle, it will first
display S HH with the HH showing the software version of
the control.
4. The control will advance through the sequence of test steps
whenever any keypad is pressed, with the exception of the
Keypad Test. Refer to Table 10 for all tests in the Production
Test Cycle.
To Exit Production Test Cycle
The test will be exited when the time reaches 00 on the control in
the 10 Minute Test Cycle. Otherwise, the control must be powered down to end the test.
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Testing Machine and Electronic Control Functions
Production Test Cycle Quick Reference Table
Display
Test Mode
Comments
S HH
Software Version
HH is the software version number.
Ct HHH
Control Type
2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, depending on brand.
PAd
Keypad Test
When a key is pressed, the control will display the number assigned to the keypad. As
each keypad is pressed, the control will display the number assigned to it in the last
digit of the display until the next key is pressed (example, if Key 1 is pressed the control will show PAd 1). When all keypads have been pressed, the control will advance
to next step after a one second delay.
doorOP or doorCL
Loading Door Test
The control will display the status of the loading door: doorOP if door is open or
doorCL if door is closed.
LintOP or LintCL
Lint Door Test
The control will display the status of the lint door: LintOP if door is open or LintCL if
door is closed. Loading door must be closed.
All LEDs and display segments will
light
Show Entire Display Mode
The audio signal is turned off. Control will stay in this mode until any key is pressed.
C HH
Machine Configuration #2 Display
HH is the configuration byte value. The control will remain in this mode until any key
is pressed.
-
DIP Switch Configuration
The control will show the sum of all switches in the On position. The control will remain in this mode until any key is pressed.
Degrees in 5°F
[3°C] increments,
SH, oP
Thermistor Temperature Test
The temperature will be displayed in either Fahrenheit or Celsius, depending on machine’s configuration (refer to Programming Control). If control senses a shorted thermistor, SH will be displayed. If control senses an open thermistor, OP will be displayed.
-
Moisture Sensor 1
Test (Shorted)
Refer to Diagnostic Test Descriptions. Test step lasts for 15 seconds.
-
Moisture Sensor 2
Test (Resistance)
Refer to Diagnostic Test Descriptions. Test step lasts for 15 seconds.
nn SS
10 Minute Test
Cycle
Determines if tumble dryer can function in a cycle for 10 minutes. Start pad will flash
one second on and one second off. The Start pad can be used to decrease time remaining. If Start pad is not pressed within 4.25 minutes, the control will return to Idle Mode.
Table 10
NOTE: If power to the control is turned off before 10 Minute Test Cycle has ended, the cycle will be cleared
from control.
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Machine Errors
Machine Errors
PDA Communications Error
These errors may occur during communications. When an error
occurs, the display indicates the error message on the control for
a few seconds. When a PDA communication error occurs, the audit counter Total Bad IR Communications is incremented, the
hour, date, and year of the event are saved, and the error code is
saved. An active machine cycle is not affected when there is an
error during PDA communications.
Open Thermistor Error
Any time the control senses a temperature less than 0°F [-18°C]
after the first three minutes of an active cycle, the control will go
to Cool Down, display this error message, and then turn on the
audio signal. The control will continue to display the error message until any of the keypads are pressed, the Cool Down portion
of the cycle has ended, and the temperature reading is greater
than 0°F [-18°C]. Press any keypad to stop audio signal. Once all
three occur, the control will return to the Idle Mode.
Shorted Thermistor Error
Any time the control senses a temperature greater than 210 + 4°F
[99°C + 16°C] during an active cycle, the control will enter the
Cool Down portion of the cycle, display this error message, and
turn on the audio signal. The control will continue to display the
error message until any of the keypads are pressed, the Cool
Down portion of the cycle has ended, and the temperature reading is less than 210°F [99°C]. Press any keypad to stop audio signal. Once all three occur, the control will return to the Idle Mode.
Stove and Cabinet Limit Errors
There are up to two Stove Limit thermostats and one Cabinet
Limit thermostat on the machine. While the heat relay is on, if the
stove temperature or cabinet temperature reaches the high temperature for the particular limit thermostat, the heater will turn off
automatically and the control will continue the cycle with no heat
until the limit thermostat resets. Once the control reaches the End
of Cycle the control will display the appropriate error message, if
programmed to do so, and sound the audio signal. The control
will continue displaying the error message until the control returns to Idle mode.
NOTE: On some models the stove and cabinet limit
thermostats need to be manually reset. The remainder
of the cycle will be run with no heat. On these models,
the thermostat(s) must be reset prior to cycling power
or the control will return back to Error Mode.
Auto Ignition Retry (Gas Models Only)
If the Ignition Control Module (ICM) fails to ignite the gas valve
the ICM will send an ICM Lockout Alarm to the control. When
the control receives the ICM Lockout Alarm it will increment the
ICM Lockout Alarm audit counter.
If the ICM needs to be manually reset, when the control receives
the ICM Lockout Alarm it will display the Cycle Stopped Menu
with text prompting the user to press the Start keypad to reset the
ICM. The user can continue to reset the ICM until there are no
more programmable retry attempts (factory default is 3) or the
gas ignites. On machines equipped with an ICM that does not
need to be manually reset, when the control receives the ICM
Lockout Alarm it will turn the heat relay off for twenty (20) seconds and then turn it back on to try and ignite the gas. The control will continue to try and ignite the gas until there are no more
programmable retry attempts (factory default is 3) or the gas ignites. If the ICM fails to ignite the gas on the last attempt the control will start the Cool Down portion of the cycle, display the heat
error message and sound the audio signal. When the Cool Down
portion of the cycle ends the control will continue to display the
error message until power is cycled to the machine or a user
presses the Back keypad.
Air Flow Switch Errors
The control will flag an Airflow Switch Error under several conditions. Airflow Switch Errors will be processed differently depending upon what state the machine was in when the error was
detected.
Airflow Switch Sensed Closed While Not In Run Mode
If an airflow switch is sensed closed 30 seconds after entering
Idle Mode, Pause Mode or End of Cycle Mode, the control will
display an error message until power is cycled or the error clears.
The cycle will not start and all user inputs will be ignored. If the
error does clear, the control will go back to its previous mode of
operation.
Airflow Switch Does Not Close After Cycle Started
If the airflow switch does not close within 5 seconds of the
start/re-start of a cycle, the control will go to the Cool Down portion of the cycle, display an error message and sound the audio
alarm. Once the Cool Down portion of the cycle ends, the control
will continue to display the error message until the power is cycled to the machine or the Back keypad is pressed.
Airflow Switch Bounces During A Running Cycle
If the airflow switch is open for at least one second, the heat will
be turned off and will remain off until the switch is observed
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closed for at least 5 seconds (it is flagged as an airflow switch
bounce). If there are 5 airflow switch bounces within 5 minutes
the control will go to the Cool Down portion of the cycle, display
an error message and sound the audio signal. When the Cool
Down portion of the cycle ends, the control will continue displaying the error message until power is cycled or a user presses the
Back keypad.
Rotation Sensor Error
If the machine is equipped with a rotation sensor, the control will
constantly monitor the input and calculate the cylinder’s rpm. If
the rpm drops to zero while the cylinder is supposed to be spinning, the control will go to the Cool Down portion of the cycle.
The control will display an error message and sound the audio
signal. Once the Cool Down portion ends, the control will continue to display the error message until power is cycled to the machine.
period without user input, the control will declare a load sensed.
If at any time during this sensing period, user input is detected or
the control determines that there is no load present, it resets the
load detected counter. After this ten minute period with a consistent load sensed, the control queues the “is dryer empty” (display
iS, drYEr, EnPtY each for two seconds) prompting the user to answer whether the machine is currently empty, pressing the Up or
Down keypads will toggle between yes and no. If the operator selects “no” (display no), the control returns to the Idle Mode display. If the operator selects “yes” (display YES) the control will
increment the Moisture Sensor Error counter and record the error
in the queue of the last eight machine errors and display the
Moisture Sensor Error (display EnoiSt), pressing the Back keypad will clear the error. The “is dryer empty” prompt will only
appear once a day unless machine power is cycled.
Fan Motor Contactor Error
If the control attempts to turn on the heater relay and the control
does not sense that the Fan Motor Contactor is closed, the control
will go to the Cool Down portion of the cycle, display an error
message and turn on the audio signal. Once the Cool Down portion of the cycle ends, the control will continue displaying the error message until power is cycled or the Back keypad is pressed.
Fan Motor Centrifugal Switch Error
If the control attempts to turn on the fan motor and the fan motor
contactor is sensed closed but the Fan Motor Centrifugal Switch
fails to close, the control will go into the Cool Down portion of
the cycle, display an error message and turn on the audio signal.
Once the Cool Down portion of the cycle ends, the control will
continue displaying the error message until power is cycled or the
Back keypad is pressed.
DIP Switch/Harness Index Mismatch Error
On power up the control reads the Temperature Index Harness
value and compares that with the value of switch 1, switch 2 and
switch 3 on the DIP switch configuration. If the result is an invalid setup the control will not enter Idle mode and instead enter Error Mode. The control will ignore all user inputs and display an
error message. The machine must be powered down and the correct temperature index harness must be installed and/or the DIP
switch configuration must be corrected.
Moisture Sensor Error
When in Idle Mode, the control will begin to monitor the moisture sensor input. If the moisture sensor circuitry detects a load
present signal read consistently (every second) for a ten minute
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Error Codes
Error Codes
Following is a list of possible error codes for an electronic control. Errors beginning with EI refer to external device Infra-red
communication errors. All other errors refer to machine errors.
Display
Description
Cause/Corrective Action
EI01
Transmission Failure
Communication failure. Re-aim external device and try again.
EI02
Device Time-out
Communication failure. Re-aim external device and try again.
EI03
Invalid Command Code
Incorrect machine type. Before downloading, ensure data is for current machine type.
EI05
Invalid or Out-of-Range Data
Incorrect machine type. Before downloading, ensure data is for current machine type
and values entered are within the minimum and maximum limits.
EI09
CRC-16 Error
Communication failure. Re-aim external device and try again.
EI0A
Framing Error
Communication error. Re-aim external device and try again.
EI0C
Time-out Exceeded
Communication error. Re-aim external device and try again.
EI0E
Encryption Error
Incorrect machine type. Before downloading, ensure data is for current machine type.
EI0F
Invalid Wake-up or Infra-red
Disabled
Communication failure or infra-red is disabled. Manually enable infra-red on control or
re-aim external device and try again.
ESH
Shorted Thermistor Error
Remove any lint build-up around thermistor. Inspect wires to the thermistor. If problem
persists, replace thermistor.
EoP
Open Thermistor Error
Remove any lint build-up around thermistor. Inspect wires to the thermistor. If problem
persists, replace thermistor.
E AF1
Airflow Switch Error (Switch
Fails to Open At End of Cycle)
Inspect lint screen and ductwork. Once error is cleared, control will go back to previous
mode of operation.
E AF2
Airflow Switch Error (Switch
Does Not Close After Cycle
Starts)
Inspect lint screen and ductwork. Cycle power to machine (power down, then power
up) or push Back keypad.
E AF
Airflow Switch Error (Switch
Bounces During Cycle)
Inspect lint screen and ductwork. Cycle power to machine (power down, then power
up) or push Back keypad.
E HEAt
Machine Did Not Reach Expected Temperature.
The ignition control has power, but a flame was not sensed after the programmed
amount of retries. Be sure that gas is turned on. If problem persists, troubleshoot the
ignition circuit. (Igniter, Cable, Ignition Control Module.)
E SL
Stove Limit 1 Error
Inspect tumble dryers venting/ventwork to ensure that the ventwork is adequate and that
there are no blockages. Be sure to clean and inspect lint screen. Remove any lint buildup around the thermostat. If problem persists, replace thermostat.
E SL2
Stove Limit 2 Error
Inspect tumble dryers venting/ventwork to ensure that the ventwork is adequate and that
there are no blockages. Be sure to clean and inspect lint screen. Remove any lint buildup around the thermostat. If problem persists, replace thermostat.
E CAb
Cabinet Limit Error
Remove any lint build-up around thermostat. If problem persists, replace control or
thermostat.
E iCn
ICM Lockout Alarm Active
Check that the gas is turned on and that the ignition circuit functions. Also check that
the gas valve is operational.
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Error Codes
Display
Description
Cause/Corrective Action
E rot
Rotation Sensor Error
Check for broken or worn belts. Make sure machine is not over loaded and check if rotation sensor is working. If problem persists, replace rotation sensor or control.
ESEtUP
DIP Switch Configuration Size
Mismatch Error
Check temperature index harness and dipswitch settings. If problem persists, replace
temperature index harness or control.
E FCOn
Fan Motor Contactor Error
Inspect wires to the fan motor contactor. Check signal to the output control. If problem
persists, replace fan motor contactor.
E FnCS
Fan Motor Centrifugal Switch
Error
Clean vents on the fan motor. Inspect wires to the fan motor centrifugal switch. If problem persists, replace fan motor.
EnoiSt
Moisture Sensor Error
Push Back keypad to clear the error.
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Communication Mode
Communication Mode
This mode is entered whenever the control is communicating
with a PDA. Refer to PC and PDA Application User Instructions.
Infra-red Communications
The Infra-red Communications feature allows the control to communicate with an external device. The control can be programmed and have its data read without using the keypad. It may also
be used to start and stop various diagnostic tests.
How to Begin Communications with An
External Device
The control will go blank and the display will show -C- until the
communication is complete. The display will return to the previous mode. If an error occurs that terminates communication, the
display will show the appropriate error code.
NOTE: The Infra-red Communications option must be
turned on.
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Cycle Charts
Cycle Charts
Cycle No.
Cycle Name
Cycle Type
Material Type
Reversing
Temperature
Target
Moisture
or Time
1
Towels
Moisture Dry
Cotton
OFF
190°F [88°C]
1%
2
Sheets Blend
Moisture Dry
Bedding
ON
160°F [71°C]
5%
3
Sheets Cotton
Moisture Dry
Bedding
ON
190°F [88°C]
5%
4
Sheets Blend Iron
Moisture Dry
Bedding
ON
160°F [71°C]
20%
5
Sheets Cotton Iron
Moisture Dry
Bedding
ON
190°F [88°C]
20%
6
Duvet Cotton
Moisture Dry
Bedding
ON
190°F [88°C]
5%
7
Duvet Blend
Moisture Dry
Bedding
ON
160°F [71°C]
5%
8
Napkins Synthetic
Moisture Dry
Synthetic
OFF
140°F [60°C]
3%
9
Napkins Blend
Moisture Dry
Blend
OFF
160°F [71°C]
3%
10
Napkins Synthetic Iron
Moisture Dry
Synthetic
OFF
140°F [60°C]
20%
11
Napkins Blend Iron
Moisture Dry
Blend
OFF
160°F [71°C]
20%
12
Napkins Cotton Iron
Moisture Dry
Cotton
OFF
190°F [88°C]
20%
13
Uniform Perm Press
Moisture Dry
Synthetic
OFF
140°F [60°C]
5%
14
Uniform Cotton
Moisture Dry
Cotton
OFF
190°F [88°C]
5%
15
30 Minute High
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
190°F [88°C]
30 minutes
16
30 Minute Med
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
160°F [71°C]
30 minutes
17
30 Minute Low
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
140°F [60°C]
30 minutes
18
30 Minute No Heat
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
n/a
30 minutes
19
15 Minute High
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
190°F [88°C]
15 minutes
20
15 Minute Med
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
160°F [71°C]
15 minutes
21
15 Minute Low
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
140°F [60°C]
15 minutes
22
15 Minute No Heat
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
n/a
15 minutes
23
10 Minute High
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
190°F [88°C]
10 minutes
24
10 Minute Med
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
160°F [71°C]
10 minutes
25
10 Minute Low
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
140°F [60°C]
10 minutes
26
10 Minute No Heat
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
n/a
10 minutes
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27
5 Minute High
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
190°F [88°C]
5 minutes
28
5 Minute Med
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
160°F [71°C]
5 minutes
29
5 Minute Low
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
140°F [60°C]
5 minutes
30
5 Minute No Heat
Time Dry
n/a
OFF
n/a
5 minutes
n/a = not applicable
- All cycles include a 2 minute, 100°F [38°C] cool down.
- All cycles with reversing on rotate for 30 seconds and pause for 6 seconds.
- Cool down and reversing settings can be changed from what is pre-programmed from the factory.
- If machine does not have the moisture sensing option, the moisture sensing cycles in the table above are automatically changed to
Auto-Dry cycle type with Dryness Level 0 (zero).
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