Model MJ-9900
Non-Vented Combination Washer/
Installation Manual
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For Your Records
Thank you for purchasing our Majestic Appliances Product.
This manual will guide you in getting the most productive
use of your appliance purchase.
Remember to record you Model and Serial Number. They
are on a label on the back of the machine or inside the
door.
Model Number
Serial Number
Date of Purchase
Staple your receipt to your manual. YOU WILL NEED IT TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE!
Installing/Removing
Getting things ready to install
your appliance
Unpacking, Inspecting, Electricity, Closets/Alcoves,
Plumbing, Venting
Unpacking
•Check the packing box for external damage. It is your responsibility to
register any damage with the freight company delivering the product.
•Remove the strapping, then slide the cardboard surround off the
machine. Re≠move the foam protecting material and the plastic bag.
•Write down the serial number from the box or the back of the machine.
•Destroy the carton, plastic bags and foam parts after appliance has
been unpacked.
•Children should never be left alone or unattended in the area where
appliances being unpacked.
• If you have any doubts, do not use the appliance and call on a qualified
technician.
OWNER RESPONSIBLE
FOR DAMAGE RESULTING
FROM TIPPING MACHINE
AFTER REMOVING
SHIPPING BOLTS. AVOID
TIPPING MACHINE
FORWARD AFTER
SHIPPING BOLTS ARE
REMOVED
REMOVING THE FOAM DRUM SUPPORT
REPLACING THE METAL BOTTOM PAN.
EXTRA CARE HAS BEEN TAKEN TO PREVENT SHIPPING
DAMAGE. MAJESTIC IS THE ONLY COMPANY WHO SHIPS THIER
APPLIANCES WITH A DRUM SUPPORT TO REDUCE TRANSIT
DAMAGE. THE FOAM DRUM SUPPORT MUST BE REMOVED. HERE
WE DEMONSTRATE HOW TO ACCOMPLISH THIS.
SHIPPING
BOLTS MUST
REMAIN IN
MACHINE
DURING THIS
PROCESS!
Carefully tip the unit
from front to back making sure it can’t tip all the
way over.
Tip the unit the other
direction from the back
and remove the leveling
legs totally
Remove the foam drum
support.
Slide the bottom pan so
that the front slots in the
pan fit over the feet of
the leveling legs.
With the unit tipped
back, loosen the leveling
legs a few turns.
Replace the rear leveling
legs and tighten them
down securely.
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Go to the front of the
machine and retighten
the leveling legs and you
are done.
REMOVING THE FOAM DRUM SUPPORT
REPLACING THE METAL BOTTOM PAN.
WARNING!!! IN ORDER TO REMOVE THE
FOAM DRUM SUPPORT AND REPLACE THE
METAL BOTTOM PAN, THE BOTTOM OF THE
MACHINE MUST BE ACCESSED. SHIPPING
BOLTS MUST REMAIN IN THE APPLIANCE
WHILE ACCOMPLISHING THIS STEP IN THE
PREPARATION PHASE OF THE INSTALLATION.
Inspecting WHEN TO REMOVE SHIPPING BOLTS!
WARNING!!! TIPPING THE MACHINE TO POSITION IT FOR USE
MUST BE DONE WITH THE SHIPPING BOLTS STILL IN THE
MACHINE!
TIPPING THE MACHINE WITHOUT SHIPPING BOLTS, CAN CAUSE
THE INNER DRUM TO IMPACT OTHER INTERNAL PARTS, THUS
DAMAGING THEM. POSITION THE MACHINE AS CLOSE AS
POSSIBLE TO IT’S FINAL POSITION AND THEN REMOVE SHIPPING
√
BOLTS.
INSPECT CONTENTS
[ ] Owners Manual
Brass Pressure Regulators
[ ] (Must be installed on hot and
cold water inlet. Failure to do
so can damage the internal
components and cause water
damage for which the
installer/owner will be responsible!)
ATTENTION:
DO NOT TAKE
OUT SHIPPING
BOLTS UNTIL
MACHINE IS
POSITIONED
WITHIN A FEW
INCHES OF ITS
FINAL INSTALLTION POINT. TIPPING THE UNIT
OR MOVING IT
WITHOUT SHIPPING BOLTS
WILL VOID WARRANTY.
[ ] Warranty Registration Card
[ ] Majestic Literature
[ ] Hoses have washers in
both ends.
Brass Pressure
Regulators
installed on back of
appliance.
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Installing/Removing
Getting things ready to install
your appliance (continued)
Electricity
Make sure that the voltage and frequency available correspond with the values stated on the data plate located at
the back of the machine and that the electric system is dimensioned to withstand the maximum current shown on
the data plate. If the socket the machine is connected to does not correspond with the plug, replace the plug with
a suitable one and avoid using adapters or shunts since they could cause over heating and burn out.
Grounding
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce the risk of
electric shock by providing a path of least resistance for electric current. This appliance is equipped with a cord
having and equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate
outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
WARNING- Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock.
Check with a qualified or service representative or personnel if you are in doubt as to whether the appliance is
properly grounded.
Do not modify the plug provided with the appliance: if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a
qualified electrician.
Electrical Specifications:
Voltage/Amperage - 115V, 12 Amp, 60 Hz 3 Prong plug attached to the appliance in the factory
Circuit/Protection - 3 wires single phase, 120V, 60 Hz, AC separate 15 amp circuit or greater.
Recessed, Closet and Alcove Installations
This appliance may be installed in a recessed area, closet or alcove. All measurements are in inches.
• If the appliance is to be installed in a closet with zero clearance on the side of the appliance, a total of 12
square inches of free air space movement to the back of the unit must be allowed into the closet.
• If a door is to be installed that potentially encloses the unit while running, the door must allow for a minimum
of 20 square inches of free air movement. There must also be a 1” space from the front of the unit to the closed
door and 1” from the back of the unit to the wall. Additional spacing should be considered for easy installation,
servicing, removal and compliance with applicable local, state and federal codes.
• The floor must be able to support at least 280 lbs and a surface that is solid and level. If machine is to be
placed in cabinet, up off the floor, it may be necessry to secure the drum with a tether to prevent excessive drum
movement. Plese call Majestic Appliances for more information.
• Installations in RV’s or Marine pleasure craft suggest that the machine might best be installed midships in the
boat, or over the axles of the RV where movement is at a minimum.
Adequate blocking should prevent extreme movement when installed in an RV or Marine pleasure craft.
If the appliance is to
be installed in a closet,
the installation must be
completed by a qualified
person or service
representative.
Additional clearances for
floor, wall or door moldings
may be required.
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Installing/Removing
Getting things ready to install your
appliance (continued)
Plumbing - Water, Drains
WATER CONNECTION
1. This appliance can be used with either hot/cold or cold/cold connections.
2. The hoses supplied have either a straight end or an elbow end. The elbow
end is meant to connect to the washer. Be sure to connect the hot hose to
the hot side of the appliance itself, the cold side to the cold connection.
(See picture) The straight end to the 3/4” BSP standard hose bib thread.
3. MAKE SURE WASHERS ARE INSTALLED IN EACH END OF THE SUPPLY
HOSES.
4. Ensure that water connections are free from debris or sediment.
6. BRASS PRESSURE REDUCERS MUST BE INSTALLED TO PROTECT
COMPONENTS INSIDE THE APPLIANCE.IMPORTANT ! CHECK THREADS
ON THE MACHINE, THE BRASS PRESSUREREDUCERS AND THE SUPPLY
HOSES TO ENSURE THEY ARE CLEAN. DO NOTUSE EXCESSIVE FORCES.
TIGHTEN BY HAND. DO NOT USE POWER TOOLS.
Connection of the drain hose to standpipe
• Outlet end of drain hose (See figure 2) must be at least 20” above bottom of washer. Do NOT block top of standpipe closes with tape
or other materials. An air break must be provided at the standpipe to avoid siphoning.
• Connect the drain hose to a standpipe (with internal diameter of at least 3.2 cm or 1 1/4” min. diameter) with a minimum carry away
volume of 7 gallons. The top of the standpipe must be 20” minimum from the botton of the appliance. Place drain hose for drainage into
a sink tub or standpipe, ensuring that there are no kinks or bends. The free end must be at a height of 80 cm (31 1/2”) from the floor,
the hose must be fixed in the appropriate hook on the upper part of the back panel (fig.4)
DO NOT INSERT THE END IF THE DRAIN HOSE MORE THAN
6” INTO THE STANDPIPE. INSERTING MORE MAY CAUSE THE
APPLIANCES TO HAVE INSUFFICIENT DRAINAGE.
CORRECT LEVELING OF UNIT IS
ESSENTIAL
It is important for the machine to be
perfectly level. The angle of inclination on
the work surface must not be more than
2 degrees. For this reason the machine is
fitted with adjustable feet used for leveling
the machine before use. In the case of
carpeted flooring, remember to check that
the ventilation in the support area is not
plugged.
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