Electrolux EW 1418 1 Service manual

SERVICE MANUAL
W75 – W100 – W160 – W230
471 1553-51
NOTICE TO SERVICE PERSONNEL
INSTALLATION
Improper installation of Wascomat laundry and wet cleaning equipment can result in
personal injury and severe damage to the machine.
REFER INSTALLATION TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL!
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
The equipment utilizes high Voltages. Disconnect electric power before servicing.
The use of proper service tools and techniques, and the use of proper repair procedures,
is essential to the safety of service personnel and equipment users.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL!
RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY
This equipment contains moving parts, and some components that may have sharp edges.
Improper or careless service procedures may result in serious injury to service personnel.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL!
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This manual is intended to provide service guidance to qualified service personnel.
Wascomat and its authorized dealers make no determination regarding the qualification of
individuals requesting this service manual. The service provider assumes all risks inherent
to the servicing of this equipment and any risks that arise as result of the lack of
knowledge or ability of any person servicing this equipment.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL!
NOTE:
Improper installation or servicing of Wascomat equipment will void the
manufacturer's warranty!
Summary
Machine description – Safety regulations
1
Data
2
Description of principle components
3
Programmes
4
5
Serviceinstructions
Periodic maintenance
11
Function sequences – Fault finding
12
Automatic unit
21
22
Timer
23
24
25
Level control
26
Thermostat
27
28
Included
units and
components
Door and safety locking device
29
Motor
30
31
32
33
Inlet valve, water
34
35
36
37
Drain valve
38
39
Heating
40
Coin meter
41
Drum and bearings
42
Frame
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
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Fig.
1. Machine description
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The 70 100, 160 and 230 litre washing machines described in this manual
are normal spin machines and differ only in size and washing capacity. The
machines are intended for installation in apartment houses, hotels,
laundries, industries, hospitals, smaller institutions and other regular users
who require machines with high reliability, large washing capacity and easy
maintenance.
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Because the machines have a washing drum which is solidly mounted in
the frame, they require secure anchoring to the foundation.
The spin speed provides a G-factor of about 80.
The machines are supplied equipped in accordance with customer
specifications for electric, steam, gas heating or non-heating and can be
connected to various combinations of cold, hot and/or cold hard water.
The machines can be supplied with or without coin meter.
The machines are available with two different types of timer:
• Mechanical timer with fixed wash programs. The machine has switches
to select different standard programs.
• Electronic timer with fixed wash programs. The machine has switches to
select different standard programs. The timer also has a built-in troubleshooting program which increases possibilities for rational service.
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1. Machine description
Safety Regulations
• The machine is designed for water washing only.
• The machine must not be used by children.
• Installation and service work may only be carried out by qualified personnel.
• The machine’s door lock may not be bypassed under any circumstances.
• System leakage, such as a worn door gasket, should be repaired
immediately.
• Qualified personnel should study the relevant handbooks and service
manuals before any repairs or service are done.
• This machine may not be sprayed with water.
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2. Data
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W 75
2
W 100
W 160
W230
5.4 kg
7 kg
7.7 kg
10 kg
12.3 kg
16 kg
17.7 kg
23 kg
wash
spin
70
520
356
52
530
100
520
473
52
530
160
620
520
52
500
230
700
600
45
455
G-factor
wash
spin
0.8
81
Dimensions
width
depth
height
Dry weight capacity
at filling factor 1:13
at filling factor 1:10
Drum volume
diameter
depth
Drum speed
lit
mm
mm
r/m
r/m
lit
mm
mm
r/m
r/m
0.8
81
lit
mm
mm
r/m
r/m
0.9
87
lit
mm
mm
r/m
r/m
0.8
81
660 mm
649 mm
1050 mm
660 mm
766 mm
1050 mm
745 mm
995 mm
1195 mm
825 mm
1090 mm
1320 mm
250 mm
500 mm
250 mm
500 mm
250 mm
500 mm
250 mm
500 mm
side
rear
50 mm
250 mm
50 mm
250 mm
50 mm
250 mm
50 mm
250 mm
net
gross, crate packed
gross, box packed
107 kg
117 kg
144 kg
147 kg
158 kg
185 kg
202 kg
220 kg
280 kg
265 kg
287 kg
352 kg
crate packed
box packed
0.62 m3
0.77 m3
0.65 m3
0.8 m3
1.1 m3
1.5 m3
1.42 m3
1.8 m3
1.2±2.6 kN
9 Hz
1.7±3.4 kN
9 Hz
2.4±4.8 kN
8.5 Hz
3.1±5.2 kN
8.5 Hz
Recommended service space
side
rear
Min. space for moving
machine during servicing
Weight
Transport volume
Max floor load during spin
Frequency (dynamic load)
Water valves
connection
rec. water pressure
pressure limits
capacity at 300 kPa
Drain valve
conn. outside diameter
capacity
Steam valve
connection
DN20 3/4
DN20 3/4"
200-600 kPa 200-600 kPa
40-1000 kPa 40-1000 kPa
27 l/min
27 l/min
75 mm
160 l/min
DN15 1/2"
rec. steam pressure
300-600
75 mm
160 l/min
DN15 1/2"
DN20
200-600
40-1000
27
3/4''
DN20 3/4''
kPa 200-600 kPa
kPa 40-1000 kPa
l/min
100 l/min
75 mm
160 l/min
DN15 1/2''
75 mm
160 l/min
DN15 1/2''
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2. Data
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70 LITERS
Heating
alternative
Voltage
Total
Fuse
Cable cross-
alternative
kW
A
section mm2
No heating
100 V 1 AC 50 Hz
1,4
20
3x4
or
100 V 1 AC 60 Hz
1,3
20
3x4
Steam heating
120 V 1 AC 60 Hz
1,2
16
3 x 2,5
200 V 3 AC 50 Hz
1,1
10
4 x 1,5
208-240 V 3 AC 60 Hz
1,1
10
4 x 1,5
220-230 V 1 AC 50 Hz
1,4
16
3 x 2,5
220-230 V 3 AC 50 Hz
1,2
10
4 x 1,5
240 V 1 AC 50 Hz
1,4
16
3 x 2,5
380-400 V 3N AC 50 HZ 1,2
10
5 x 1,5
415-440 V 3N AC 50 Hz 1,2
10
5 x 1,5
220-240 V 1 AC 50 Hz
3,5
20
3x4
380-400 V 3N AC 50 Hz 3.5
10
5 x 1,5
220-230 V 1 AC 50 Hz
5,8
35
3 x 10
220-230 V 3 AC 50 Hz
5,8
16
4 x 2,5
240 V 1 AC 50 Hz
5,8
35
3 x 10
380-400 V 3N AC 50 Hz 5,8
10
5 x 1,5
415-440 V 3N AC 50 Hz 5,8
10
5 x 1,5
El 6,0 kW
380-415 V 3N AC 50 Hz 6,5
16
5 x 2,5
El 7,5 kW
220-230 V 3 AC 50 Hz
8,0
25
4x6
220-230 V 3 AC 60 Hz
8,0
25
4x6
240 V 3 AC 60 Hz
8,0
25
4x6
380-400 V 3 AC 50 Hz
8,0
16
4 x 2,5
380-400 V 3N AC 50 Hz 8,0
16
5 x 2,5
415-440 V 3 AC 50 Hz
8,0
16
4 x 2,5
415-440 V 3N AC 50 Hz 8,0
16
5 x 2,5
El 3,0 kW
El 5,4 kW
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2. Data
100 LITERS
Heating
alternative
Voltage
Total
Fuse
Cable cross-
alternative
kW
A
section mm2
No heating
220 V 3 AC 50 Hz
1,6
10
4 x 1,5
or
415-440 V 3 AC 60 Hz
1,6
10
4 x 1,5
Steam heating
380-440 V 3N AC 50 Hz 1,6
10
5 x 1,5
415-440 V 3N AC 50 Hz 1,6
10
5 x 1,5
208-240 V 3 AC 60 Hz
1,6
10
4 x 1,5
120 V 1 AC 60 Hz
1,1
20
3x4
220-240 V 1 AC 50 Hz
1,7
16
3 x 2,5
220-230 V 3 AC 50 Hz
8,1
25
4x6
380-400 V 3N AC 50 Hz 8,1
16
5 x 25
415-440 V 3N AC 50 Hz 9,6
16
5 x 2,5
380-400 V 3 NAC 50 Hz 9,6
16
5 x 2,5
El 7,5 kW
El 9 kW
160 LITERS
Heating
alternative
Voltage
Total
Fuse
Cable cross-
alternative
kW
A
section mm2
No heating
208-240 V 1 AC 60 Hz
2,6
16
3 x 2,5
or
208-240 V 3 AC 60 Hz
2,6
10
4 x 1,5
Steam heating
220-230 V 3 AC 50 Hz
2,6
10
4 x 1,5
380-440 V 3N AC 50 Hz 2,6
10
5 x 1,5
415-440 V 3N AC 50 Hz 2,6
10
5 x 1,5
220-230 V 3 AC 50 Hz
12,8
35
4 x 10
380-400 V 3N AC 50 Hz 12,8
20
5x4
415-440 V 3N AC 50 Hz 12,8
20
5x4
El 12,0 kW
230 LITERS
Heating
alternative
Voltage
Total
Fuse
Cable cross-
alternative
kW
A
section mm2
No heating
208-240 V 3 AV 60 Hz
2,3
10
4 x 1,5
or
220-230 V 3 AC 50 Hz
2,3
10
4 x 1,5
Steam heating
380-400 V 3N AC 50 Hz 2,3
10
5 x 1,5
415-440 V 3N AC 50 Hz 2,3
10
5 x 1,5
208-240 V 3 AC 60 Hz
18,9
50
4 x 16
220-230 V 3 AC 50 Hz
18,9
50
4 x 16
380-400 V 3N AC 50 Hz 18,9
35
5 x 10
415-440 V 3N AC 50 Hz 18,9
35
5 x 10
El 18 kW
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3. Description of principle components
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The inner drum drive shaft is mounted in the outer drum with two ball
bearings at the back plate. Two neoprene gaskets make the shaft leak
resistant.
Fig.
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The motor is mounted on a rubber-cushioned shaft under the drum.
To prevent transmission of troublesome noises from chassis to the building
frame, the motor’s belt-tensioning device is also rubber-cushioned.
The drain valve is a membrane valve controlled with the help of the water
pressure in the cold water connection.
The door is electrically locked when the machine in running.
Timer, level control, thermostat, motor relays, etc., are located in the
automatic control unit which is easily accessible from the top of the
machine.
The front plate is available in a selection of finishes (galvanised/ painted or
in stainless steel). The side plates are galvanised/ painted, the rear panel is
galvanised/unpainted and the top panel is stainless steel.
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Detergent compartment
Inlet valve, water
Control panel
Automatic control unit
Outer drum
Door and Safety lock
Inner drum
Chassis
Drain valve
Motor
G119
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Identification of wash programs
The wash programs are identified by a combined letter and number symbol.
Identification occurs as described in the example below.
User catagory
P = Standard
Water connection
H = Hygienic and hospital.
These programs follow national
regulations
C
= cold water
CH
= cold and hot water
CHd
= cold and cold hard water
S = Selecta program. Special OPLprogram.
CHHd = cold, hot and cold hard
water
M = Mop program.
PE11CHd
Timer type
Market
Machine family
E = electronic microprocessorcontrolled timer.
0 = Export
1 = Machine with heating
1 = Sweden
2 = Machine for laundrettes, Europe
and Asia
Electromechanical timer do not
have a letter positioned here in
the program name.
Example:
3 = Machine for laundrettes, USA and
Canada
PE11CHd = electronic timer
4 = Machine for laundrettes,
Denmark and West Germany
P11CHd
5 = Machine for OPL, USA
= electromechanical
timer
6 = Machine for OPL, Selecta USA
8 = Machine for laundrettes, Japan
The symbol PE11CHd used in the example above means:
• for standard user
• with electronic timer
• adapted for Sweden
• equipped with heating
• cold and cold hard water connection.
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Program description
The wash programs identified by the symbol P11C are described on the
following pages. They are the programs designed for a regular user using a
heated machine with mechanical timer and intended for cold water
connection only.
These machines have eight fixed programs, which are selected by using the
knob on the control panel.
Program
Wash type
Normal 95°
white wash
Normal 60°
colour wash
Normal 40°
colour wash
Mild 30°
delicate wash
Wool
separate wool garments
Permanent press 40° fine wash
Permanent press 60° coloured
Permanent press 95° white
By pushing the selector button HEAVILY SOILED a prewash and rinse will
be added to the three standard programs.
During cool-down, water filling and heating, the timer does not move. This
time is not included in the stated program times.
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C = COLD WATER
HL = HIGH LEVEL
LL = LOW LEVEL
WITHOUT PRE WASH
MAIN WASH
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SHAKE OUT
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
=
=
=
=
D
E
G
N
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
27.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
3
-
-
TEMP
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
LEVEL
2
2
DETERGENT
N 3 C - LL
N 12 C 60 LL
C 56
N 1
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
ACTION
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
27.5
3
-
- HL
- HL
-
2
2
DETERGENT
- HL
N 3 C - LL
N 12 C 40 LL
- - N 1
TIME
DISTRIBUTION
EXTRACTION
GENTLE ACTION 3/12 SEC
NORMAL ACTION 12/3 SEC
3
- HL
27.5
-
- HL
TIME
-
INLET WATER
- HL
TEMP
1 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
1
1.5
LEVEL
2
2
DETERGENT
3 C - LL
12 C 90 LL
C 56
1
LEVEL
TEMP
16.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 30 HL
- - -
INLET WATER
N 1 C
N 1
E N 2 C
N 1
E N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
1
N
ACTION
3
2
TIME
N
N
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
-
ACTION
TIME
1
3
2
LEVEL
TEMP
3
- HL
16.5
-
-
2
-
DETERGENT
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 40 HL
- - -
INLET WATER
G 1 C
- 1
- G 2 C
- 1
- G 2 C
G 1
E 1
- 1.5
-
G
G
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
G 1 C
- 1
- 0.5
G 2 C
- 1
- 0.5
G 2 C
G 1
E 1
1.5
27.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
G 3 C - LL
G 12 C 40 LL
- - - 1
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
27.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
N 3 C - LL
N 12 C 60 LL
C 56
N 1
LEVEL
PERM. PRESS 60° PERM. PRESS 95°
STANDARD
STANDARD
7
8
3
-
-
2
2
DETERGENT
PERM. PRESS 40°
STANDARD
6
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
1 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
1
1.5
27.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
N 3 C - LL
N 12 C 90 LL
C 56
N 1
ACTION
TIME
WOOL
STANDARD
5
INLET WATER
DELICATE 30°
STANDARD
4
TEMP
NORMAL 40°
STANDARD
3
LEVEL
NORMAL 60°
STANDARD
2
3
-
-
2
2
DETERGENT
NORMAL 95°
STANDARD
1
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
ACTION
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Program P11C
3
4
1 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
1
1.5
D
E
G
N
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
TEMP
-
LL
LEVEL
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
33
- HL
- HL
- HL
N 12 C 60 LL
C 56
N 1
N 1 C - HL
N 1
N 6 C
N 0.5
DETERGENT
3
-
-
-
2
1
INLET WATER
TIME
-
TEMP
LL
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
33
- HL
- HL
- HL
N 12 C 40 LL
- - N 1
N 1 C - HL
N 1
N 6 C
N 0.5
ACTION
DISTRIBUTION
EXTRACTION
GENTLE ACTION 3/12 SEC
NORMAL ACTION 12/3 SEC
3
- HL
=
=
=
=
-
- HL
33
-
- HL
-
2
TIME
12 C 90 LL
C 56
1
1 C - HL
1
LEVEL
1
TEMP
-
DETERGENT
LL
INLET WATER
6 C
0.5
LEVEL
3
-
-
-
2
1
ACTION
TIME
1
3
2
LEVEL
16.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 30 HL
- - -
INLET WATER
N 1 C
N 1
E N 2 C
N 1
E N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
N
N
N
N
N
N
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
-
TIME
ACTION
G
G
G
G
E
-
LEVEL
16.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 40 HL
- - -
INLET WATER
1 C
1
2 C
1
2 C
1
1
1.5
1
G 3
G 2
13
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
-
ACTION
TIME
27.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
3 C - LL
12 C 40 LL
- - 1
INLET WATER
G 1 C
- 1
- 0.5
G 2 C
- 1
- 0.5
G 2 C
G 1
E 1
1.5
-
G
G
14
PERM. PRESS 40°
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
15
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
27.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
N 3 C - LL
N 12 C 60 LL
C 56
N 1
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
16
PERM. PRESS 60° PERM. PRESS 95°
LEVEL
INLET WATER
ACTION
TIME
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
1 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
1
1.5
27.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
N 3 C - LL
N 12 C 90 LL
C 56
N 1
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
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C = COLD WATER
HL = HIGH LEVEL
LL = LOW LEVEL
PRE WASH
DRAIN
WITHOUT PRE WASH
MAIN WASH
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SPIN DOWN
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
DETERGENT
12
TEMP
WOOL
TEMP
DELICATE 30°
TEMP
NORMAL 40°
HEAVY SOILED
11
LEVEL
NORMAL 60°
HEAVY SOILED
10
TEMP
NORMAL 95°
HEAVY SOILED
9
LEVEL
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PROGRAM
ACTION
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Program P11C with prewash
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Identification of wash programs
The wash programs are identified by a combined letter and number symbol.
Identification occurs as described in the example below.
User catagory
P = Standard
Water connection
H = Hygienic and hospital.
These programs follow national
regulations.
C
= cold water
CH
= cold and hot water
CHd
= cold and cold hard water
S = Selecta program. Special OPLprogram.
CHHd = cold, hot and cold hard
water
M = Mop program.
PE11CHd
Timer type
Market
Machine family
E = electronic microprocessorcontrolled timer
0 = Export
1 = Machine with heating capacity
1 = Sweden
2 = Machine for laundrettes,
Europe and Asia
Electromechanical timer do not
have a letter positioned here in
the program name.
Example:
3 = Machine for laundrettes,
USA and Canada
PE11CHd = electronic timer
4 = Machine for laundrettes,
Denmark and West Germany
P11CHd
5 = Machine for OPL, USA
= electromechanical
timer
6 = Machine for OPL, Selecta USA
8 = Machine for laundrettes, Japan
The symbol PE11CHd used in the example above means:
• for standard
• with electronic timer
• adapted for Sweden
• equipped with heating
• cold and cold hard water connection
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Program description
1
The wash programs identified by the sybol P11C
are described on the following pages. They are the
programs for a regular user in Sweden using a
heated machine with mechanical timer and
intended for cold water connection only. There are
more program variations available for machines
with electronic timer.
Machines with wash program PE11C have seven
fixed programs which are selected by pushing the
program buttons on the panel.
Program
Wash type
Normal 95°
white wash
Normal 60°
colour wash
Normal 40°
colour wash
Mild 30°
delicate wash
Wool
separate wool garments
Nine arrow and
square
symbols
indicate
different
program steps
(shown here is
a program
example with
arrows 3, 4, 6,
7 and 8 in
use).
Permanent press 40° fine wash
Permanent press 60° coloured
1445
The programmer has two selector buttons,
HEAVILY SOILED and NO SPIN. By pushing in
one or the other or both simultaneously, a total of
28 different program variations are accessible.
During cool-down, water filling and heating, the
timer does not move. This program time is not
included in the stated program times.
Program indicator
Fig.
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To the left in the display window, there are ten
arrow symbols which can be illuminated. A square
surrounding each arrow can also be illuminated.
The arrows light up when a program is selected in
order to indicate which program step is in progress.
During program operation, the squares around the
arrows light up when each program step is
completed.
In the following program schedule, there are
columns titled "PROG. INDIC." for each program.
The numbers included in the columns indicate
which squares should light. Squares which are
already illuminated remain lit throughout the
program operation.
C = COLD WATER
HL = HIGH LEVEL
LL = LOW LEVEL
PRE WASH
DRAIN
WITHOUT PRE WASH
MAIN WASH
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SPIN DOWN
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
D
E
G
N
=
=
=
=
ACTION
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
PROGIND
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
2 C
0.3
1
0.5
LL
24
- HL
- HL
-
3 3 C - LL
3 12 C 55 LL
4
4 0.5
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
INLET WATER
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
2 C
0.3
1
0.5
4 0.5
N
PROGIND
3
3
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
TEMP
LL
24
- HL
- HL
-
3 C - LL
12 C 40 LL
TIME
N
N
ACTION
DISTRIBUTION
EXTRACTION
GENTLE ACTION 3/12 SEC
NORMAL ACTION 12/3 SEC
3
- HL
24
-
-
- HL
TIME
-
INLET WATER
LL
TEMP
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
2 C
0.3
1
0.5
LEVEL
2
2
DETERGENT
3 C - LL
12 C 85 LL
C
HL
0.5
LEVEL
3
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
ACTION
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
3
2
TIME
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
TEMP
2 C
0.5
1
0.2
2 C
0.5
13.2
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 30 HL
INLET WATER
1 C
0.5
4 0.5
3
3
4
LEVEL
2
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
ACTION
G
G
E
G
G
G
G
G
PROGIND
3
2
TIME
TEMP
8 2 C
9 0.5
9 1
9 0.2
7 2 C
7 0.5
13.2
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 40 HL
INLET WATER
6 1 C
6 0.5
4 0.5
3
3
5
LEVEL
1
3
-
-
2
2
DETERGENT
ACTION
G
G
E
G
G
G
G
G
PROGIND
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
0.5
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
0.5
8 2 C
9 0.3
9 1
9 0.5
LL
22
- HL
- HL
-
3 C - LL
10 C 40 LL
TIME
4 0.5
3
3
6
STANDARD
PERM. PRESS 40°
INLET WATER
WOOL
TEMP
STANDARD
LEVEL
STANDARD
3
-
-
2
2
DETERGENT
DELICATE 30°
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
ACTION
STANDARD
7
STANDARD
PERM. PRESS 60°
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
2 C
0.3
1
0.5
4 0.5
LL
22
- HL
- HL
-
3 3 C - LL
3 10 C 55 LL
PROGIND
TIME
NORMAL 40°
INLET WATER
STANDARD
TEMP
NORMAL 60°
LEVEL
STANDARD
3
-
-
2
2
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
ACTION
NORMAL 95°
DETERGENT
PROGRAM
PROGIND
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
4
3
3
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Program PE11C
3
4
INLET WATER
TIME
TEMP
-
LL
LEVEL
D
E
G
N
=
=
=
=
12 C 90 LL
C
HL
0.5
1.5 C - LL
0.5
1.5 C - LL
0.3
0.5
1.5 C - HL
0.3
0.5
2 C - HL
0.3
1
0.5
29.3
6 C
0.3
DETERGENT
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
PROGIND
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
0.5
1.5
0.5
1.5
0.3
0.5
1.5
0.3
0.5
2
0.3
1
0.5
-
- HL
- HL
C
C
C
29.3
LL
-
C
LL
3
-
-
-
2
TIME
12 C 60 LL
LEVEL
1
TEMP
-
DETERGENT
LL
INLET WATER
1 6 C
2 0.3
N
N
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
ACTION
DISTRIBUTION
EXTRACTION
GENTLE ACTION 3/12 SEC
NORMAL ACTION 12/3 SEC
3
-
-
-
2
1
INLET WATER
TIME
PROGIND
4
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
3
TEMP
-
LL
LEVEL
0.5
1.5
0.5
1.5
0.3
0.5
1.5
0.3
0.5
2
0.3
1
0.5
C
C
C
C
LL
LL
29.3
- HL
- HL
-
-
12 C 40 LL
1 6 C
2 0.3
DETERGENT
3
-
-
-
2
1
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
4
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
3
1
2
TIME
LEVEL
TEMP
2 C
0.5
1
0.2
2 C
0.5
13.2
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 30 HL
INLET WATER
1 C
0.5
0.5
3
2
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
ACTION
G
G
E
G
G
G
G
G
PROGIND
3
2
TIME
LEVEL
TEMP
8 2 C
9 0.5
9 1
9 0.2
7 2 C
7 0.5
13.2
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 40 HL
INLET WATER
6 1 C
6 0.5
4 0.5
3
3
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
ACTION
G
G
E
G
G
G
G
G
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
PROGIND
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
0.5
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
0.5
8 2 C
9 0.3
9 1
9 0.5
4 0.5
LL
24
- HL
- HL
-
3 3 C - LL
3 12 C 40 LL
LEVEL
3
-
-
2
2
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
PERM. PRESS 60°
HEAVY SOILED
14
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
2 C
0.3
1
0.5
LL
24
- HL
- HL
-
3 3 C - LL
3 12 C 60 LL
C 55
4 0.5
3
-
-
2
2
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
3
3
4
4
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C = COLD WATER
HL = HIGH LEVEL
LL = LOW LEVEL
PRE WASH
DRAIN
WITHOUT PRE WASH
MAIN WASH
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SPIN DOWN
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
DETERGENT
PERM. PRESS 40°
HEAVY SOILED
13
ACTION
WOOL
STANDARD
12
PROGIND
TIME
DELICATE 30°
STANDARD
11
INLET WATER
NORMAL 40°
HEAVY SOILED
10
TEMP
NORMAL 60°
HEAVY SOILED
9
LEVEL
NORMAL 95°
HEAVY SOILED
8
DETERGENT
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PROGIND
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4
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Program PE11C with "HEAVILY SOILED"
C = COLD WATER
HL = HIGH LEVEL
LL = LOW LEVEL
PRE WASH
DRAIN
WITHOUT PRE WASH
MAIN WASH
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SPIN DOWN
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
- HL
2 C
0.3
D
E
G
N
=
=
=
=
21.5
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
- HL
21.5
3
N
N
N
N
INLET WATER
8 2 C
8 0.3
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
8 2 C
8 0.3
-
-
- HL
LL
LEVEL
TEMP
LL
21.5
- HL
- HL
-
3 C - LL
12 C 40 LL
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
PROGIND
N
N
TIME
-
INLET WATER
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
TEMP
4 0.5
LEVEL
N
ACTION
3
3
PROGIND
N
N
2
2
TIME
3 3 C - LL
3 12 C 55 LL
4
4 0.5
DETERGENT
DISTRIBUTION
EXTRACTION
GENTLE ACTION 3/12 SEC
NORMAL ACTION 12/3 SEC
3
-
- HL
LL
1.5 C
0.3
TIME
-
INLET WATER
-
TEMP
1.5 C
0.3
LEVEL
2
2
DETERGENT
3 C - LL
12 C 85 LL
C
HL
0.5
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
3
2
TIME
LEVEL
TEMP
8 2 C
8 0.5
7 2 C
7 0.5
12
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 30 HL
INLET WATER
6 1 C
6 0.5
4 0.5
3
3
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
ACTION
G
G
G
G
G
G
PROGIND
3
2
TIME
LEVEL
TEMP
8 2 C
8 0.5
7 2 C
7 0.5
12
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 40 HL
INLET WATER
6 1 C
6 0.5
4 0.5
3
3
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
G
G
G
G
G
G
ACTION
PERM. PRESS 60°
NO EXTRACTION
21
PERM. PRESS 40°
NO EXTRACTION
20
TIME
PROGIND
8 2 C
8 0.3
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
4 0.5
LL
19.5
- HL
- HL
-
3 3 C - LL
3 10 C 40 LL
INLET WATER
WOOL
TEMP
NO EXTRACTION
19
LEVEL
DELICATE 30°
3
-
-
2
2
DETERGENT
NO EXTRACTION
18
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
8 2 C
8 0.3
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
4 0.5
LL
19.5
- HL
- HL
-
3 3 C - LL
3 10 C 55 LL
PROGIND
TIME
NORMAL 40°
ACTION
NO EXTRACTION
17
INLET WATER
NORMAL 60°
TEMP
NO EXTRACTION
16
LEVEL
NORMAL 95°
3
-
-
2
2
DETERGENT
NO EXTRACTION
15
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
ACTION
PROGRAM
PROGIND
8
8
7
7
6
6
4
3
3
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Manual
4. Programmes
Type Edition Page
11 9002
Program PE11C with "NO SPIN"
5
4
INLET WATER
TIME
TEMP
- HL
2 C
0.3
D
E
G
N
=
=
=
=
26.8
- HL
1.5 C
0.3
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
INLET WATER
TIME
PROGIND
TEMP
-
LL
LEVEL
0.5
1.5 C
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
8 2 C
8 0.3
LL
LL
26.8
- HL
- HL
-
-
12 C 60 LL
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
1 6 C
2 0.3
DETERGENT
3
-
-
-
2
1
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
ACTION
DISTRIBUTION
EXTRACTION
GENTLE ACTION 3/12 SEC
NORMAL ACTION 12/3 SEC
3
-
-
-
2
12 C 90 LL
C
HL
0.5
1.5 C - LL
0.5
1.5 C - LL
0.3
LEVEL
1
-
DETERGENT
LL
6 C
0.3
INLET WATER
TIME
PROGIND
TEMP
-
LL
LEVEL
0.5
1.5 C
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
8 2 C
8 0.3
LL
LL
26.8
- HL
- HL
-
-
12 C 40 LL
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
4
5
5
6
6
3
1 6 C
2 0.3
DETERGENT
3
-
-
-
2
1
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
TIME
3
2
LEVEL
TEMP
8 2 C
8 0.5
7 2 C
7 0.5
12
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 30 HL
INLET WATER
4 0.5
5
5
6 1 C
6 0.5
3
1
2
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
ACTION
G
G
G
G
G
G
PROGIND
3
2
TIME
LEVEL
TEMP
8 2 C
8 0.5
7 2 C
7 0.5
12
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 40 HL
INLET WATER
6 1 C
6 0.5
4 0.5
3
3
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
G
G
G
G
G
G
ACTION
8 2 C
8 0.3
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
LL
21.5
- HL
- HL
-
3 C - LL
12 C 40 LL
4 0.5
3
3
PERM. PRESS 60°
H. SOIL + NO EXTR.
28
PERM. PRESS 40°
3
-
-
2
2
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
8 2 C
8 0.3
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
LL
21.5
- HL
- HL
-
3 3 C - LL
3 12 C 60 LL
C 55
4 0.5
3
-
-
2
2
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
8
8
7
7
6
6
3
3
4
4
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C = COLD WATER
HL = HIGH LEVEL
LL = LOW LEVEL
PRE WASH
DRAIN
WITHOUT PRE WASH
MAIN WASH
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SPIN DOWN
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
PROGIND
H. SOIL + NO EXTR.
27
TIME
WOOL
INLET WATER
H. SOIL + NO EXTR.
26
TEMP
DELICATE 30°
LEVEL
H. SOIL + NO EXTR.
25
DETERGENT
NORMAL 40°
ACTION
H. SOIL + NO EXTR.
24
PROGIND
TIME
NORMAL 60°
INLET WATER
H. SOIL + NO EXTR.
23
TEMP
NORMAL 95°
LEVEL
H. SOIL + NO EXTR.
22
DETERGENT
PROGRAM
ACTION
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PROGIND
4
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4. Programmes
Service
Manual
Program PE11C with "HEAVILY SOILED" and " NO SPIN"
Service
Manual
12 9002
4. Programmes
1
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4
Identification of wash programs
The wash programs are identified by a combined letter and number symbol.
Identification occurs as described in the example below.
User catagory
P=
Standard
Water connection
H=
Hygienic and hospital.
These programs follow national
regulations.
C
= cold water
CH
= cold and hot water
CHd
= cold and cold hard
water
CHHd
= cold, hot and cold hard
water
S=
Selecta program. Special OPLprogram.
M=
Mop program.
PE01CH
Timer type
Market
Machine family
E= electronic microprocessorcontrolled timer
0= Export
1= Machine with heating
1= Sweden
2= Machine for laundrettes, Europe
and Asia
Electromechanical timer do not
have a letter positioned here in
the program name.
Example:
PE01CH = electronic
timer
P01CH
= electromechanical
timer
3= Machine for laundrettes, USA
and Canada
4= Machine for laundrettes, Denmark
and West Germany
5= Machine for OPL, USA
6= Machine for OPL, Selecta USA
8= Machine for laundrettes, Japan
The symbol PE01CH used in the example above means:
• for standard user
• with electronic timer
• equipped with heating
• cold and hot water connection
=
=
=
=
NO ACTION
GENTLE ACTION
NORMAL ACTION
EXTRACTION
C
W
H
LL
HL
=
=
=
=
=
3
- HL
27.5
-
- HL
ACTION
-
TIME
- HL
INLET WATER
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 4
N 1.5
TEMP
2
LEVEL
N 12 W 60 LL
- N 1
DETERGENT
COLD WATER (15° C)
WARM WATER (35° C)
HOT WATER (65° C)
LOW LEVEL
HIGH LEVEL
3
- HL
27.5
-
- HL
TIME
-
INLET WATER
- HL
TEMP
1 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
4
1.5
LEVEL
2
DETERGENT
12 W 90 LL
- 1
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 4
N 1.5
27.5
3
-
- HL
- HL
-
2
DETERGENT
- HL
N 12 W 40 LL
- N 1
LEVEL
TEMP
16.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 30 HL
- -
INLET WATER
N 1 C
N 1
E N 2 C
N 1
E N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
1
N
ACTION
3
2
TIME
N
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
-
ACTION
TIME
1
3
2
LEVEL
TEMP
3
- HL
16.5
-
-
2
-
DETERGENT
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 40 HL
- -
INLET WATER
G 1 C
- 1
- G 2 C
- 1
- G 2 C
G 1
E 1
- 1.5
-
G
G
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
G 1 C
- 1
- 0.5
G 2 C
- 1
- 0.5
G 2 C
G 1
E 1
- 1.5
24.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
G
G 12 W 40 LL
- - 1
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
24.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
N 12 W 60 LL
C 56
N 1
TEMP
PERM. PRESS 60° PERM. PRESS 95°
STANDARD
STANDARD
7
8
LEVEL
PERM. PRESS 40°
STANDARD
6
3
-
-
2
DETERGENT
WOOL 40°
STANDARD
5
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
1 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
1
1.5
24.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
N 12 W 90 LL
C 56
N 1
ACTION
TIME
DELICATE 30°
STANDARD
4
INLET WATER
NORMAL 40°
STANDARD
3
TEMP
NORMAL 60°
STANDARD
2
LEVEL
NORMAL 95°
STANDARD
1
3
-
-
2
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
Type Edition Page
G
N
E
PRE WASH
DRAIN
WITHOUT PRE WASH
MAIN WASH
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SHAKE OUT
TOTAL TIME
CYCLE
PROGRAM
DETERGENT
12 9002
ACTION
4
2
4. Programmes
Service
Manual
Program P01CH
=
=
=
=
NO ACTION
GENTLE ACTION
NORMAL ACTION
EXTRACTION
C
W
H
LL
HL
=
=
=
=
=
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
TEMP
-
LL
LEVEL
N 12 H 60 LL
- N 1
N 1 C - HL
1
- N 1 C - HL
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C - HL
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C - HL
N 1
E 4
N 1.5
36
N 6 W
N 0.5
3
-
-
-
2
1
DETERGENT
COLD WATER (15° C)
WARM WATER (35° C)
HOT WATER (65° C)
LOW LEVEL
HIGH LEVEL
3
-
-
-
2
TIME
12 H 90 LL
- 1
1 C - HL
1
1 C - HL
1
0.5
2 C - HL
1
0.5
2 C - HL
1
4
1.5
36
LEVEL
1
TEMP
-
DETERGENT
LL
INLET WATER
6 W
0.5
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
TEMP
-
LL
LEVEL
N 12 W 40 LL
- N 1
N 1 C - HL
1
- N 1 C - HL
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C - HL
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C - HL
N 1
E 4
N 1.5
36
N 6 W
N 0.5
DETERGENT
3
-
-
-
2
1
ACTION
TIME
1
3
2
LEVEL
TEMP
-
3
- HL
- HL
16.5
-
2
-
DETERGENT
- HL
C - HL
C 30 HL
- -
INLET WATER
N 1 C
N 1
E N 2 C
N 1
E N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
N
N
N
N
N
ACTION
TIME
1
3
2
LEVEL
TEMP
-
3
- HL
- HL
16.5
-
2
-
DETERGENT
- HL
C - HL
C 40 HL
- -
INLET WATER
G 1 C
- 1
- G 2 C
- 1
- G 2 C
G 1
E 1
- 1.5
-
G
G
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
G 1 C
- 1
- 0.5
G 2 C
- 1
- 0.5
G 2 C
G 1
E 1
- 1.5
24.5
3
-
- HL
- HL
-
2
DETERGENT
- HL
G
G 12 W 40 LL
- - 1
TEMP
14
LEVEL
13
15
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
24.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
N 12 W 60 LL
C 56
N 1
TEMP
12
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
16
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
1 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
1
1.5
3
- HL
24.5
-
-
2
- HL
- HL
N 12 W 90 LL
C 56
N 1
ACTION
TIME
PERM. PRESS 60° PERM. PRESS 95°
INLET WATER
PERM. PRESS 40°
DETERGENT
WOOL 40°
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
ACTION
DELICATE 30°
LEVEL
NORMAL 40°
HEAVY SOILED
11
TEMP
NORMAL 60°
HEAVY SOILED
10
LEVEL
NORMAL 95°
HEAVY SOILED
9
4. Programmes
G
N
E
PRE WASH
DRAIN
WITHOUT PRE WASH
MAIN WASH
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SHAKE OUT
TOTAL TIME
CYCLE
PROGRAM
Service
Manual
Type Edition Page
12 9002
Program P01CH with "HEAVY SOILED"
3
4
Service
Manual
13
4. Programmes
9002
1
Type Edition Page
4
Identification of wash programs
The wash programs are identified by a combined letter and number symbol.
Identification occurs as described in the example below.
User catagory
P=
Standard
Water connection
H=
Hygienic and hospital.
These programs follow national
regulations.
C
= cold water
CH
= cold and hot water
CHd
= cold and cold hard
water
CHHd
= cold, hot and cold hard
water
S=
Selecta program. Special OPLprogram.
M=
Mop program.
PE01CH
Timer type
Market
Machine family
E= electronic microprocessorcontrolled timer
0= Export
1= Machine with heating
1= Sweden
2= Machine for laundrettes, Europe
and Asia
Electromechanical timer do not
have a letter positioned here in
the program name.
Example:
PE01CH = electronic
timer
P01CH
= electromechanical
timer
3= Machine for laundrettes, USA
and Canada
4= Machine for laundrettes, Denmark
and West Germany
5= Machine for OPL, USA
6= Machine for OPL, Selecta USA
8= Machine for laundrettes, Japan
The symbol PE01CH used in the example above means:
• for standard user
• with electronic timer
• equipped with heating
• cold and hot water connection
=
=
=
=
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
NO ACTION
GENTLE ACTION
NORMAL ACTION
EXTRACTION
C
W
H
LL
HL
=
=
=
=
=
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
INLET WATER
TIME
PROGIND
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
4
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
2 C
0.3
4
0.5
1
LL
26.4
- HL
- HL
-
3 14 W 55 LL
TEMP
COLD WATER (15° C)
WARM WATER (35° C)
HOT WATER (65° C)
LOW LEVEL
HIGH LEVEL
3
- HL
26.4
-
- HL
N
N
-
LL
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
2 C
0.3
4
0.5
N
N
-
DETERGENT
4
ACTION
1
14 W 85 LL
LEVEL
DETERGENT
3
-
-
4
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
4
3
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
2 C
0.3
6
0.5
1
LL
30.4
- HL
- HL
-
16 W 40 LL
DETERGENT
3
-
-
4
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
3
2
TIME
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
2 C
0.5
1
0.2
1 C
0.5
12.2
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 30 HL
INLET WATER
1 C
0.5
4 0.5
3
04
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
ACTION
G
G
G
G
G
-
G
-
-
G
G
PROGIND
3
2
TIME
05
8 2 C
9 0.5
9 1
9 0.2
7 2 C
7 0.5
13.2
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 40 HL
INLET WATER
6 1 C
6 0.5
4 0.5
3
3
TEMP
3
-
-
2
2
ACTION
G
G
G
G
G
-
G
-
-
G
G
PROGIND
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
0.5
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
0.5
8 2 C
9 0.3
9 1
9 0.5
LL
18.9
- HL
- HL
-
10 W 40 LL
TIME
4 0.5
3
3
06
STANDARD
3
-
-
2
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
07
STANDARD
PERM. PRESS 60°
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
2 C
0.3
1
0.5
4 0.5
LL
18.9
- HL
- HL
-
3 10 W 55 LL
3
-
-
2
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
4
3
Type Edition Page
G
N
E
PRE WASH W 1
DRAIN
MAIN WASH W 1
MAIN WASH W 1
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SHAKE OUT
FILLING
HEATING
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
LEVEL
03
TEMP
02
LEVEL
01
LEVEL
PERM. PRESS 40°
INLET WATER
WOOL
DETERGENT
STANDARD
TEMP
STANDARD
ACTION
DELICATE 30°
DETERGENT
STANDARD
PROGIND
TIME
NORMAL 40°
INLET WATER
STANDARD
TEMP
NORMAL 60°
LEVEL
13 9002
LEVEL
STANDARD
ACTION
NORMAL 95°
DETERGENT
PROGRAM
PROGIND
4
2
4. Programmes
Service
Manual
Program PE01CH
=
=
=
=
NO ACTION
GENTLE ACTION
NORMAL ACTION
EXTRACTION
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
2 C
0.3
4
0.5
3
- HL
C
W
H
LL
HL
-
- HL
=
=
=
=
=
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
2 C
0.3
4
0.5
3
- HL
36.9
-
L
-
-
LL
-
LL
-
-
4 1
5 1.5 C
5 0.5
PROGIND
4
TIME
3 16 H 60 LL
INLET WATER
1
DETERGENT
1 6 W 30 LL
2 0.5
TEMP
COLD WATER (15° C)
WARM WATER (35° C)
HOT WATER (65° C)
LOW LEVEL
HIGH LEVEL
36.9
-
LL
LL
-
-
-
TIME
1
1.5 C
0.5
INLET WATER
4
TEMP
16 H 90 LL
LEVEL
1
DETERGENT
6 W 30 LL
0.5
LEVEL
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
4
5
5
3
1
2
TIME
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
2 C
0.3
4
0.5
1
1.5 C
0.5
36.9
- HL
3
-
- HL
-
-
LL
LL
-
-
4
INLET WATER
16 W 40 LL
TEMP
1
DETERGENT
6 W 30 LL
0.5
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
3
2
TIME
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
INLET WATER
2 C
0.5
1
0.2
-
2 C
0.5
13.2
- HL
LL
- HL
C - HL
C 30 HL
TEMP
1 C
0.5
4 0.5
5
5
3
1
2
11
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
ACTION
G
G
G
G
G
-
G
-
-
G
G
PROGIND
3
2
TIME
12
13.2
- HL
- HL
7 2 C
7 0.5
8 2 C
9 0.5
9 1
9 0.2
- HL
C - HL
C 40 HL
INLET WATER
6 1 C
6 0.5
4 0.5
3
3
TEMP
3
-
-
2
2
ACTION
G
G
G
G
G
-
G
-
-
G
G
TIME
PROGIND
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
0.5
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
0.5
8 2 C
9 0.3
9 1
9 0.5
4 0.5
1.5 C
0.5
26.9
3
- HL
-
-
-
LL
LL
2
- HL
-
-
3
3 16 W 40 LL
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
14
HEAVY SOILED
13
PERM. PRESS 60°
HEAVY SOILED
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
1.5 C
0.3
0.5
2 C
0.3
1
0.5
LL
24.9
- HL
- HL
-
3 14 W 60 LL
C 55
4 0.5
5 1.5 C - LL
5 0.5
3
-
-
-
2
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
9
3
4
4
5
5
4. Programmes
G
N
E
PRE WASH W 1
DRAIN
MAIN WASH W 1
MAIN WASH W 1
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SHAKE OUT
FILLING
HEATING
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
LEVEL
10
LEVEL
09
LEVEL
08
DETERGENT
PERM. PRESS 40°
INLET WATER
WOOL
TEMP
STANDARD
LEVEL
DELICATE
DETERGENT
STANDARD
PROGIND
TIME
NORMAL 40°
ACTION
HEAVY SOILED
INLET WATER
NORMAL 60°
TEMP
HEAVY SOILED
LEVEL
NORMAL 95°
DETERGENT
HEAVY SOILED
ACTION
PROGRAM
Service
Manual
Type Edition Page
13 9002
Program PE01CH with "HEAVY SOILED"
3
4
=
=
=
=
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
NO ACTION
GENTLE ACTION
NORMAL ACTION
EXTRACTION
C
W
H
LL
HL
=
=
=
=
=
20.9
- HL
2 C
0.3
N
N
N
N
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
PROGIND
1
8 2 C
8 0.3
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
4
LL
20.9
- HL
- HL
-
3 14 W 55 LL
LEVEL
COLD WATER (15° C)
WARM WATER (35° C)
HOT WATER (65° C)
LOW LEVEL
HIGH LEVEL
3
N
N
- HL
1.5 C
0.3
-
N
N
-
-
1.5 C
0.3
N
N
LL
DETERGENT
4
ACTION
1
14 W 85 LL
DETERGENT
3
-
-
4
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
LEVEL
TEMP
TIME
8 2 C
8 0.3
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
LL
22.9
- HL
- HL
-
16 W 40 LL
1
INLET WATER
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
4
3
DETERGENT
3
-
-
4
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
TIME
0.5
3
2
LEVEL
TEMP
8 2 C
8 0.5
7 2 C
7 0.5
12.0
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 30 HL
INLET WATER
6 1 C
6 0.5
3
4
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
ACTION
G
G
G
G
-
G
-
-
G
G
PROGIND
3
2
TIME
8 2 C
8 0.5
7 2 C
7 0.5
12.0
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 40 HL
INLET WATER
6 1 C
6 0.5
4 0.5
3
3
TEMP
3
-
-
2
2
G
G
G
G
-
G
-
-
G
G
NO EXTRACTION
21
NO EXTRACTION
20
TIME
PROGIND
8 2 C
8 0.3
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
4 0.5
LL
16.4
- HL
- HL
-
3
3 10 W 40 LL
3
-
-
2
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
8 2 C
8 0.3
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
4 0.5
LL
16.4
- HL
- HL
-
3 10 W 55 LL
3
-
-
2
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
8
8
7
7
6
6
4
3
Type Edition Page
G
N
E
PRE WASH W 1
DRAIN
MAIN WASH W 1
MAIN WASH W 1
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SHAKE OUT
FILLING
HEATING
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
LEVEL
NO EXTRACTION
19
DETERGENT
NO EXTRACTION
18
ACTION
NO EXTRACTION
17
INLET WATER
NO EXTRACTION
16
TEMP
NO EXTRACTION
15
LEVEL
PERM. PRESS 60°
DETERGENT
PERM. PRESS 40°
ACTION
WOOL
PROGIND
TIME
DELICATE
INLET WATER
NORMAL 40°
TEMP
NORMAL 60°
LEVEL
NORMAL 95°
DETERGENT
13 9002
ACTION
PROGRAM
PROGIND
4
4
4. Programmes
Service
Manual
Program PE01CH with "NO EXTRACTION"
=
=
=
=
NO ACTION
GENTLE ACTION
NORMAL ACTION
EXTRACTION
C
W
H
LL
HL
- HL
2 C
0.3
=
=
=
=
=
3
-
-
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
- HL
8 2 C
8 0.3
31.4
L
-
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
LL
-
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
LL
3
-
-
-
-
4 1
5 1.5 C
5 0.5
PROGIND
4
TIME
3 16 H 60 LL
INLET WATER
1
DETERGENT
1 6 W 30 LL
2 0.5
TEMP
COLD WATER (15° C)
WARM WATER (35° C)
HOT WATER (65° C)
LOW LEVEL
HIGH LEVEL
31.4
- HL
1.5 C
0.3
LL
-
LL
1.5 C
0.3
-
-
TIME
1
1.5 C
0.5
INLET WATER
4
TEMP
16 H 90 LL
LEVEL
1
DETERGENT
6 W 30 LL
0.5
LEVEL
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
8
8
7
7
6
6
4
5
5
3
1
2
31.4
- HL
2 C
0.3
LL
- HL
-
1.5 C
0.3
1.5 C
0.3
LL
3
-
-
-
-
1
1.5 C
0.5
TIME
4
INLET WATER
16 W 40 LL
TEMP
1
DETERGENT
6 W 30 LL
0.5
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
3
2
TIME
INLET WATER
12
- HL
- HL
7 2 C
7 0.5
8 2 C
8 0.5
- HL
C - L
C 30 HL
TEMP
6 1 C
6 0.5
4 0.5
5
5
3
1
2
25
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
ACTION
G
G
G
G
-
G
-
-
G
G
PROGIND
3
2
TIME
INLET WATER
12
- HL
- HL
7 2 C
7 0.5
8 2 C
8 0.5
- HL
C - HL
C 40 HL
TEMP
6 1 C
6 0.5
4 0.5
3
3
26
3
-
-
2
2
DETERGENT
G
G
G
G
-
G
-
-
G
G
27
PROGIND
24.4
- HL
8 2 C
8 0.3
LL
LL
- HL
-
-
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
4 0.5
1.5 C
0.5
3
3 16 W 40 LL
3
-
-
-
2
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
28
PERM. PRESS 60°
8 2 C
8 0.3
7 1.5 C
7 0.3
6 1.5 C
6 0.3
LL
22.4
- HL
- HL
-
3 14 W 60 LL
C 55
4 0.5
5 1.5 C - LL
5 0.5
3
-
-
-
2
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
8
8
7
7
6
6
3
4
4
5
5
4. Programmes
G
N
E
PRE WASH W 1
DRAIN
MAIN WASH W 1
MAIN WASH W 1
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SHAKE OUT
FILLING
HEATING
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
LEVEL
24
LEVEL
23
LEVEL
22
ACTION
H. SOIL + NO EXTR.
TIME
PERM. PRESS 40°
INLET WATER
H. SOIL + NO EXTR.
TEMP
WOOL
LEVEL
NO EXTRACTION
DETERGENT
DELICATE
ACTION
NO EXTRACTION
PROGIND
TIME
NORMAL 40°
INLET WATER
H. SOIL + NO EXTR.
TEMP
NORMAL 60°
LEVEL
H. SOIL + NO EXTR.
DETERGENT
NORMAL 95°
ACTION
H. SOIL + NO EXTR.
PROGIND
PROGRAM
Service
Manual
Type Edition Page
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Program PE01CH with "HEAVY SOILED" and "NO EXTRACTION"
Service
Manual
14 9002
4. Programmes
1
Type Edition Page
4
Identification of wash programs
The wash programs are identified by a combined letter and number symbol.
Identification occurs as described in the example below.
User catagory
P=
Standard
Water connection
H=
Hygienic and hospital.
These programs follow national
regulations.
C
= cold water
CH
= cold and hot water
CHd
= cold and cold hard
water
CHHd
= cold, hot and cold hard
water
S=
Selecta program. Special OPLprogram.
M=
Mop program.
PE01CH
Timer type
Market
Machine family
E= electronic microprocessorcontrolled timer
0= Export
1= Machine with heating
1= Sweden
2= Machine for laundrettes, Europe
and Asia
Electromechanical timer do not
have a letter positioned here in
the program name.
Example:
PE01CH = electronic
timer
P01CH
= electromechanical
timer
3= Machine for laundrettes, USA
and Canada
4= Machine for laundrettes, Denmark
and West Germany
5= Machine for OPL, USA
6= Machine for OPL, Selecta USA
8= Machine for laundrettes, Japan
The symbol PE01CH used in the example above means:
• for standard user
• with electronic timer
• equipped with heating
• cold and hot water connection
CYCLE
=
=
=
=
NO ACTION
GENTLE ACTION
NORMAL ACTION
EXTRACTION
3
- HL
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 4
N 1.5
-
3
- HL
- HL
30.5
-
2
2
DETERGENT
- HL
N 3 C - LL
N 12 C 60 LL
- N 1
LEVEL
C = COLD WATER (15°C)
LL = LOW LEVEL
HL = HIGH LEVEL
30.5
-
- HL
TIME
-
INLET WATER
- HL
TEMP
1 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
4
1.5
LEVEL
2
2
DETERGENT
3 C - LL
12 C 90 LL
- 1
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 4
N 1.5
-
3
- HL
- HL
30.5
-
2
2
DETERGENT
- HL
N 3 C - LL
N 12 C 40 LL
- N 1
LEVEL
TEMP
16.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 30 HL
- -
INLET WATER
N 1 C
N 1
E N 2 C
N 1
E N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
1
N
ACTION
3
2
TIME
N
N
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
-
ACTION
TIME
1
3
2
LEVEL
TEMP
16.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 40 HL
- -
INLET WATER
G 1 C
- 1
- G 2 C
- 1
- G 2 C
G 1
E 1
- 1.5
-
G
G
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
-
ACTION
LEVEL
TEMP
TIME
27.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
3 C - LL
12 C 40 LL
- 1
INLET WATER
G 1 C
- 1
- 0.5
G 2 C
1
- 0.5
G 2 C
G 1
E 1
- 1.5
-
G
G
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
27.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
N 3 C - LL
N 12 C 60 LL
C 56
N 1
TEMP
PERM. PRESS 60° PERM. PRESS 95°
STANDARD
STANDARD
7
8
LEVEL
PERM. PRESS 40°
STANDARD
6
3
-
-
2
2
DETERGENT
WOOL 40°
STANDARD
5
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
1 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
1
1.5
27.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
N 3 C - LL
N 12 C 90 LL
C 56
N 1
ACTION
TIME
DELICATE 30°
STANDARD
4
INLET WATER
NORMAL 40°
STANDARD
3
TEMP
NORMAL 60°
STANDARD
2
LEVEL
NORMAL 95°
STANDARD
1
3
-
-
2
2
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
Type Edition Page
G
N
E
PRE WASH
DRAIN
WITHOUT PRE WASH
MAIN WASH
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SHAKE OUT
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
DETERGENT
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ACTION
4
2
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Manual
Program P01CH with pre wash
G
N
E
=
=
=
=
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
-
TEMP
LL
N 12 C 60 LL
- N 1
N 1 C - HL
N 1
- N 1 C - HL
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C - HL
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C - HL
N 1
E 4
N 1.5
36
N 6 C
N 0.5
LEVEL
C = COLD WATER (15° C)
LL = LOW LEVEL
HL = HIGH LEVEL
3
-
-
-
2
12 C 90 LL
- 1
1 C - HL
1
1 C - HL
1
0.5
2 C - HL
1
0.5
2 C - HL
1
4
1.5
36
LEVEL
1
DETERGENT
LL
TEMP
-
DETERGENT
3
-
-
-
2
1
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
TEMP
-
LL
LEVEL
N 12 C 40 LL
- N 1
N 1 C - HL
N 1
- N 1 C - HL
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C - HL
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C - HL
N 1
E 4
N 1.5
36
N 6 C
N 0.5
DETERGENT
3
-
-
-
2
1
ACTION
TIME
3
2
LEVEL
-
3
- HL
- HL
16.5
-
2
-
DETERGENT
- HL
C - HL
C 30 HL
- -
INLET WATER
N 1
N
N
N 1 C
N 1
E N 2 C
N 1
E N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
N
N
N
TEMP
12
TIME
ACTION
G
G
G
G
E
-
-
LEVEL
16.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
C - HL
C 40 HL
- -
INLET WATER
1 C
1
2 C
1
2 C
1
1
1.5
1
G 3
G 2
13
TEMP
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
-
ACTION
TIME
27.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
3 C - LL
12 C 40 LL
- 1
INLET WATER
G 1 C
- 1
- 0.5
G 2 C
- 1
- 0.5
G 2 C
G 1
E 1
- 1.5
-
G
G
14
PERM. PRESS 40°
TEMP
WOOL 40°
LEVEL
DELICATE 30°
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
15
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
27.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
N 3 C - LL
N 12 C 60 LL
C 56
N 1
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
2
16
PERM. PRESS 60° PERM. PRESS 95°
TEMP
NORMAL 40°
HEAVY SOILED
11
LEVEL
NORMAL 60°
HEAVY SOILED
10
LEVEL
INLET WATER
ACTION
TIME
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
1 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
1
1.5
27.5
3
-
- HL
- HL
-
2
2
DETERGENT
- HL
N 3 C - LL
N 12 C 90 LL
C 56
N 1
TEMP
NORMAL 95°
HEAVY SOILED
9
INLET WATER
6 C
0.5
TIME
NO ACTION
GENTLE ACTION
NORMAL ACTION
EXTRACTION
PRE WASH
DRAIN
WITHOUT PRE WASH
MAIN WASH
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SHAKE OUT
TOTAL TIME
CYCLE
PROGRAM
ACTION
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
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Manual
4. Programmes
Type Edition Page
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3
4
Service
Manual
15 9002
4. Programmes
1
Type Edition Page
4
Identification of wash programs
The wash programs are identified by a combined letter and number symbol.
Identification occurs as described in the example below.
User catagory
P=
Standard
Water connection
H=
Hygienic and hospital.
These programs follow national
regulations.
C
= cold water
CH
= cold and hot water
CHd
= cold and cold hard
water
CHHd
= cold, hot and cold hard
water
S=
Selecta program. Special OPLprogram.
M=
Mop program.
PE01CH
Timer type
Market
Machine family
E= electronic microprocessorcontrolled timer
0= Export
1= Machine with heating
1= Sweden
2= Machine for laundrettes, Europe
and Asia
Electromechanical timer do not
have a letter positioned here in
the program name.
Example:
PE11CH = electronic
timer
P11CH
= electromechanical
timer
3= Machine for laundrettes, USA
and Canada
4= Machine for laundrettes, Denmark
and West Germany
5= Machine for OPL, USA
6= Machine for OPL, Selecta USA
8= Machine for laundrettes, Japan
The symbol PE01CH used in the example above means:
• for standard user
• with electronic timer
• cold and hot water connection
=
=
=
=
INLET WATER
ACTION
NO ACTION
GENTLE ACTION
NORMAL ACTION
EXTRACTION
C
W
H
LL
HL
=
=
=
=
=
23.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
3
-
-
2
1
DETERGENT
COLD WATER (15° C)
WARM WATER (35° C)
HOT WATER (65° C)
LOW LEVEL
HIGH LEVEL
3
- HL
23.5
-
- HL
1
G 1 C
G 1
E 0.5
G 1 C
G 1
E 0.5
G 2 C
G 1
E 4
G 1.5
-
TEMP
5 W 60* LL
1 C
1
0.5
1 C
1
0.5
2 C
1
4
1.5
- HL
LEVEL
3 W 30* HL
1
TIME
G
G
G
G
INLET WATER
1
2
TEMP
5 W 30* LL
LEVEL
1
DETERGENT
C 30* HL
TIME
3
1
ACTION
TIME
1
3
-
-
N
-
3
- HL
- HL
20.5
-
- HL
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N 1.5
2
5 W 40* LL
N
N
N
1
3 W 30* HL
1
ACTION
1
N
N
N
ACTION
* TEMPERATURES ON STEAM- AND
ELECTRICAL HEATED MACHINES.
23.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
H 90* LL
2
TEMP
5
LEVEL
1
DETERGENT
3 W 30* HL
1
INLET WATER
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 4
N 1.5
N
N
N
N
Type Edition Page
G
N
E
PRE WASH
DRAIN
WITHOUT PRE WASH
MAIN WASH
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SHAKE OUT
TOTAL TIME
TIME
PERM. PRESS
4
INLET WATER
HOT
3
TEMP
WARM
2
LEVEL
COLD
1
DETERGENT
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CYCLE
PROGRAM
ACTION
DETERGENT
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
ACTION
TIME
DETERGENT
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
DETERGENT
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
DETERGENT
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
4
2
4. Programmes
Service
Manual
Program P02CH
Service
Manual
16 9002
4. Programmes
1
Type Edition Page
4
Identification of wash programs
The wash programs are identified by a combined letter and number symbol.
Identification occurs as described in the example below.
User catagory
P=
Standard
Water connection
H=
Hygienic and hospital.
These programs follow national
regulations.
C
= cold water
CH
= cold and hot water
CHd
= cold and cold hard
water
CHHd
= cold, hot and cold hard
water
S=
Selecta program. Special OPLprogram.
M=
Mop program.
PE01CH
Timer type
Market
Machine family
E= electronic microprocessorcontrolled timer
0= Export
1= Machine with heating
1= Sweden
2= Machine for laundrettes, Europe
and Asia
Electromechanical timer do not
have a letter positioned here in
the program name.
3= Machine for laundrettes, USA
and Canada
Example:
4= Machine for laundrettes, Denmark
and West Germany
PE11CH = electronic
timer
P11CH
5= Machine for OPL, USA
= electromechanical
timer
6= Machine for OPL, Selecta USA
8= Machine for laundrettes, Japan
The symbol PE01CH used in the example above means:
• for standard user
• with electronic timer
• cold and hot water connection4. Programmes4
13
5Program
=
=
=
=
- HL
- HL
C
C
NO ACTION
GENTLE ACTION
NORMAL ACTION
EXTRACTION
C
W
H
LL
HL
=
=
=
=
=
24.5
- HL
C
1.5
- HL
TIME
C
INLET WATER
6
1
1
1
0.5
1
1
0.5
2
1
4
- HL
TEMP
C
LEVEL
3
1
DETERGENT
ACTION
TIME
3 W
1
INLET WATER
N 1.5
N 6 W
N 1
- N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 4
N
N
LEVEL
TEMP
24.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
- HL
- HL
3
-
-
2
1
DETERGENT
COLD WATER (15° C)
WARM WATER (35° C)
HOT WATER (65° C)
LOW LEVEL
HIGH LEVEL
3
-
-
2
1
ACTION
TIME
3 W
1
INLET WATER
N 1.5
N 6 H
N 1
- N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 4
N
N
LEVEL
TEMP
24.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
- HL
- HL
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
1
ACTION
3 W
1
N 1.5
N 6 W
N 1
- N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 1 C
N 1
E 0.5
N 2 C
N 1
E 1
N
N
21.5
HL
HL
HL
- HL
- HL
3
-
-
2
1
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
Type Edition Page
G
N
E
PRE WASH
DRAIN
WITHOUT PRE WASH
MAIN WASH
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 4
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
SHAKE OUT
TOTAL TIME
TIME
PERM. PRESS
4
INLET WATER
HOT
3
TEMP
WARM
2
LEVEL
COLD
1
DETERGENT
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CYCLE
PROGRAM
ACTION
DETERGENT
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
ACTION
TIME
DETERGENT
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
DETERGENT
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
ACTION
DETERGENT
LEVEL
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
4
2
4. Programmes
Service
Manual
Program P03CH
Service
Manual
17 9002
4. Programmes
1
Type Edition Page
4
Identification of wash programs
The wash programs are identified by a combined letter and number symbol.
Identification occurs as described in the example below.
User catagory
P=
Standard
Water connection
H=
Hygienic and hospital.
These programs follow national
regulations.
C
= cold water
CH
= cold and hot water
CHd
= cold and cold hard
water
CHHd
= cold, hot and cold hard
water
S=
Selecta program. Special OPLprogram.
M=
Mop program.
HE02CH
Timer type
Market
Machine family
E= electronic microprocessorcontrolled timer
0= Export
1= Machine with heating
1= Sweden
2= Machine for laundrettes, Europe
and Asia
Electromechanical timer do not
have a letter positioned here in
the program name.
Example:
PE11CH = electronic
timer
P11CH
= electromechanical
timer
3= Machine for laundrettes, USA
and Canada
4= Machine for laundrettes, Denmark
and West Germany
5= Machine for OPL, USA
6= Machine for OPL, Selecta USA
8= Machine for laundrettes, Japan
The symbol HE02CH used in the example above means:
• for standard user
• with electronic timer
• equipped with heating
• cold and hot water connection
INLET WATER
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
5
NO ACTION
GENTLE ACTION
NORMAL ACTION
EXTRACTION
TEMP
DETERGENT
3
- HL
C
W
H
LL
HL
-
- HL
=
=
=
=
=
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
4
TIME
19.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
H 60 LL
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
5
6
INLET WATER
COLD WATER (15° C)
WARM WATER (35° C)
HOT WATER (65° C)
LOW LEVEL
HIGH LEVEL
19.5
-
- HL
4
DETERGENT
3
-
-
4
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
4
TIME
TEMP
-
3
- HL
- HL
16.5
-
2
DETERGENT
- HL
C 30 LL
INLET WATER
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
2
6
ACTION
G
G
G
E
G
G
E
G
G
E
G
G
G
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
4
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
2
16.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
6 W 50 LL
DETERGENT
3
-
-
4
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
DETERGENT
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
5
-
-
-
27.5
HL 3
HL -
HL -
3 W 63 LL 1
1
4 10 H 74 LL 4
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
3
3
4
TIME
3 W 63
1
10 W 68
C 55
1
1 C 0.5
0.5
2 C 0.5
0.5
2 C 0.5
5
06
24.5
HL 3
HL -
HL -
LL 4
LL 1
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
3
3
4
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
PROGIND
TIME
2
1
2
1
07
- HL
C
6.0
- HL
C
-
-
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
2
2
2
2
4. Programmes
=
=
=
=
LEVEL
H 90 LL
TEMP
05
2
G
N
E
TIME
6
LEVEL
04
INLET WATER
SLUICE PR.
STANDARD
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PRE WASH R1
DRAIN
PRE WASH R1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
PRE WASH R2
DRAIN
PRE WASH R2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
PRE WASH W1
DRAIN
MAIN WASH W1
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
FILLING
HEATING
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
LEVEL
03
LEVEL
02
LEVEL
01
TEMP
POLYCOTTON 65
STANDARD
DETERGENT
COTTON 71
STANDARD
ACTION
POLYCOTTON 50
STANDARD
INLET WATER
COLD
STANDARD
TEMP
WARM
STANDARD
LEVEL
17 9002
LEVEL
HOT
STANDARD
DETERGENT
PROGRAM
PROGIND
4
Service
Manual
Program HE02CH
INLET WATER
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
5
NO ACTION
GENTLE ACTION
NORMAL ACTION
EXTRACTION
TEMP
3
- HL
C
W
H
LL
HL
-
- HL
=
=
=
=
=
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
4
-
3
- HL
- HL
19.5
-
4
-
DETERGENT
- HL
H 60 LL
6
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
5
C
TIME
2
1
INLET WATER
COLD WATER (15° C)
WARM WATER (35° C)
HOT WATER (65° C)
LOW LEVEL
HIGH LEVEL
19.5
-
4
DETERGENT
- HL
H 90 LL
LEVEL
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
4
2
2
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
2
19.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
C 30 LL
TIME
6
INLET WATER
C
- HL
TEMP
2
1
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
-
ACTION
G
G
G
E
G
G
E
G
G
E
G
G
G
G
G
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
4
2
2
TIME
INLET WATER
C
- HL
TEMP
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
2
16.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
6 W 50 LL
2
1
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
-
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
4
2
2
TIME
INLET WATER
C
- HL
TEMP
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
5
35.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
2 C - HL
1
1
3 W 63 LL
1
10 H 74 LL
2
1
1
DETERGENT
3
-
-
4
1
-
-
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
E
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
2
2
2
3
3
4
1
1
1
TIME
C
INLET WATER
- HL
32.5
2 C - HL
1
1
3 W 63 LL
1
10 W 68 LL
C 55
1
1 C - HL
0.5
0.5
2 C - HL
0.5
0.5
2 C - HL
0.5
2
2
1
1
13
3
-
-
4
1
-
-
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
E
PROGIND
TIME
2
1
1 2
1 1
1
2
1
2 2
2 1
2
3
3
4
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
12.0
- HL
- HL
C
C
- HL
- HL
C
C
14
-
-
-
-
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
17 9002
=
=
=
=
TIME
6
TEMP
- HL
LEVEL
12
TEMP
SLUICE PR.
WITH SLUICE
4. Programmes
G
N
E
PRE WASH R1
DRAIN
PRE WASH R1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
PRE WASH R2
DRAIN
PRE WASH R2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
PRE WASH W1
DRAIN
MAIN WASH W1
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
FILLING
HEATING
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
LEVEL
11
LEVEL
10
LEVEL
09
LEVEL
08
DETERGENT
POLYCOTTON 65
WITH SLUICE
ACTION
COTTON 71
WITH SLUICE
INLET WATER
POLYCOTTON 50
WITH SLUICE
TEMP
COLD
WITH SLUICE
LEVEL
WARM
WITH SLUICE
DETERGENT
HOT
WITH SLUICE
ACTION
PROGRAM
Service
Manual
Type Edition Page
3
4
Program HE02CH with "SLUICE"
NO ACTION
GENTLE ACTION
NORMAL ACTION
EXTRACTION
TEMP
3
- HL
C
W
H
LL
HL
-
- HL
=
=
=
=
=
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
3
3
4
TIME
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
5
-
3
- HL
- HL
23.5
-
4
1
DETERGENT
- HL
3 W 40 LL
1
6 H 60 LL
INLET WATER
COLD WATER (15° C)
WARM WATER (35° C)
HOT WATER (65° C)
LOW LEVEL
HIGH LEVEL
23.5
-
- HL
4
ACTION
N
N
N
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
3
3
4
TIME
TEMP
20.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
C 30 LL
C 30 LL
INLET WATER
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
2
3
1
6
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
1
ACTION
G
G
G
E
G
G
E
G
G
E
G
G
N
N
G
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
3
3
4
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
2
20.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
3 W 40 LL
1
6 W 50 LL
DETERGENT
3
-
-
4
1
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
DETERGENT
TEMP
INLET WATER
TIME
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
5
HL -
HL 3
-
-
27.5
HL -
-
3 3 W 63 LL 1
3 1
4 10 H 74 LL 4
PROGIND
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
N 3
N 3
N 4
TIME
3 W 63
1
10 W 68
C 55
1
1 C 0.5
0.5
2 C 0.5
0.5
2 C 0.5
2
20
24.5
HL 3
HL -
HL -
LL 4
LL 1
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
3
3
4
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
PROGIND
TIME
2
1
2
1
-
C
C
21
6.0
HL -
HL -
ACTION
N
N
N
N
N
N
2
2
2
2
4. Programmes
=
=
=
=
INLET WATER
TIME
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
5
DETERGENT
1
TEMP
19
4
G
N
E
LEVEL
3 W 40 LL
1
6 H 90 LL
LEVEL
18
INLET WATER
SLUICE PR.
STANDARD
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PRE WASH R1
DRAIN
PRE WASH R1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
PRE WASH R2
DRAIN
PRE WASH R2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
PRE WASH W1
DRAIN
MAIN WASH W1
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
FILLING
HEATING
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
LEVEL
17
LEVEL
16
LEVEL
15
TEMP
POLYCOTTON 65
STANDARD
DETERGENT
COTTON 71
STANDARD
ACTION
POLYCOTTON 50
WITH PRE WASH
INLET WATER
COLD
WITH PRE WASH
TEMP
WARM
WITH PRE WASH
LEVEL
17 9002
LEVEL
HOT
WITH PRE WASH
DETERGENT
PROGRAM
PROGIND
4
Service
Manual
Program HE02CH with "PRE WASH"
INLET WATER
NO ACTION
GENTLE ACTION
NORMAL ACTION
EXTRACTION
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
5
3
- HL
C
W
H
LL
HL
-
- HL
=
=
=
=
=
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
3
3
4
2
2
TIME
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
5
1
3 W 40 LL
1
6 H 60 LL
-
3
- HL
- HL
26.5
-
- HL
4
-
C
DETERGENT
- HL
2
1
INLET WATER
COLD WATER (15° C)
WARM WATER (35° C)
HOT WATER (65° C)
LOW LEVEL
HIGH LEVEL
26.5
-
- HL
4
1
TEMP
3 W 40 LL
1
6 H 90 LL
LEVEL
-
DETERGENT
- HL
C
TEMP
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
3
3
4
2
2
TEMP
-
3
- HL
- HL
23.5
-
- HL
2
C 30 LL
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
2
1
-
C 30 LL
TIME
3
1
6
INLET WATER
C
- HL
DETERGENT
2
1
ACTION
G
G
G
E
G
G
E
G
G
E
G
G
G
G
G
N
N
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
3
3
4
2
2
TIME
INLET WATER
C
- HL
TEMP
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
2
23.5
- HL
- HL
- HL
3 W 40 LL
1
6 W 50 LL
2
1
DETERGENT
3
-
-
2
1
-
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
INLET WATER
C
TEMP
-
HL -
DETERGENT
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
1
1 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
0.5
2 C
0.5
5
-
-
-
35.5
HL 3
HL -
HL -
2 C - HL 1
1
3 3 W 63 LL 1
3 1
4 10 H 74 LL 4
2
2
TIME
2
1
1
ACTION
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
E
PROGIND
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
2
2
2
3
3
4
1
1
1
TIME
INLET WATER
C
-
TEMP
32.5
3
-
-
4
1
-
HL -
2 C - HL
1
1
3 W 63 LL
1
10 W 68 LL
C 55
1
1 C - HL
0.5
0.5
2 C - HL
0.5
0.5
2 C - HL
0.5
2
2
1
1
27
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
E
N
N
N
N
E
2
2
2
3
3
4
5
5
6
6
6
7
7
7
8
9
9
1
1
1
PROGIND
TIME
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
C
C
C
C
28
12.0
- HL
- HL
- HL
- HL
-
-
-
-
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PROGIND
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
17 9002
=
=
=
=
TIME
2
1
LEVEL
26
DETERGENT
SLUICE PR.
WITH SLUICE
4. Programmes
G
N
E
PRE WASH R1
DRAIN
PRE WASH R1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
PRE WASH R2
DRAIN
PRE WASH R2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
PRE WASH W1
DRAIN
MAIN WASH W1
COOL DOWN
DRAIN
RINSE 1
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 2
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
RINSE 3
DRAIN
EXTRACTION
FILLING
HEATING
TOTAL TIME
PROGRAM
SEQUENCE
LEVEL
25
LEVEL
24
LEVEL
23
LEVEL
22
ACTION
POLYCOTTON 65
WITH SLUICE
INLET WATER
COTTON 71
WITH SLUICE
TEMP
POLYCOTTON 50
SLUICE + PRE WASH
LEVEL
COLD
SLUICE + PRE WASH
DETERGENT
HOT
WARM
SLUICE + PRE WASH SLUICE + PRE WASH
ACTION
PROGRAM
Service
Manual
Type Edition Page
5
4
Program HE02CH with "SLUICE" and "PRE WASH"
Service
Manual
5
11. Periodic Maintenance
For proper and safe machine operation, the maintenance procedures
described below should be followed.
Frequency of maintenance should be based on the machine's degree of
use.
Daily
• Check door and safety lock:
- Open the door and try to start machine. It should not start.
- Close the door, start machine and try to open the door. It should not
be possible to open the door.
- Make sure the door does not leak.
- Clean the door seal of any residual detergent.
• Check that the drain valve does not leak during operation.
• Clean detergent dispenser of any residual detergent.
Every three months
• To check the safety lock security function in case of power failure:
- Start the machine and allow it to operate at least one minute (so that
the bimetal spring in the lock mechanism warms up). It should not be
possible to open the door during this time.
- Turn the main supply off. The drain valve should now open and any
remaining water flushed out. The door should remain locked approx. 1
minute after the power cut-off.
• Check the machine drain and remove any lint.
• Inspect inside the machine (directly during washing to detect any
possible leakage).
- Turn the main supply off.
- Remove top cover, rear and front protection panels.
- Check that hose connections do not leak.
- Check the V-belts, stretch or replace them when necessary (see
Chapter 30. Motor).
- Check that water does not leak onto the foundation. Such leakage
may indicate that the machine's radial packing needs to be replaced.
- If heating takes an unusually long time, check for lime deposits on the
heating element. When necessary remove the deposits with a
deliming agent.
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11
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Service
Manual
10
12. Function Sequences
9003
3
Type Edition Page
12
L1
F1
(1) Control fuse
X86:1
Program selector
1
(2) Program selector,
row 1
S5
a
C:7
Safety lock
X170
X70
9
1
8
2
Parent card
(3) Door
switch
S3
A
B
A
17
Timer
16
3
b
a
(4) Timer, row 3
a: door solenoid open
b: door solenoid close
(5) Timer, row 8b
Safety lock
8
b
A:10
A and B : power supply, see
other function diagrams
X82:1
X82:2
X71:2
X71:1
9
1
8
Parent card
X70
X170
7
3
2
Safety lock
(6) Door solenoid
open
Y80
(7) Door solenoid
closed
(8) Coil,
delay unit
S4
(9) Switch,
delay unit
X170
X70
Program selector
7
6
3
4
Parent
card
C
Row no.
1
0
NORMAL 95°
NORMAL 60°
NORMAL 40°
MILD 30°
WOOL 40°
Perm. press 40°
Perm. press 60°
Perm. press 95°
2
Program selector
D
C:6
a
C and D : power supply,
see other function diagrams
(10) Program selector, row 2
S5
2
X86:2
N/L3
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12. Function Sequences
Type Edition Page
Start
When a program is completed, the machine stops at program stage 52 and
the door can be opened.
The door must be closed for the machine to start. It is only when the door is
closed that point B receives voltage (see section on "Safety lock and power
supply"). When the START button is pressed to start a new program, the
coil for timer (5) rapid advance receives voltage since row 34 (3) is closed
at stages 52-53. At stage 54 the timer stops until the START button is
released. The timer then rapid advances to stage 1 (row 33 (4) is cloced at
stage 54) and the wash program begins. This design prevents accidental
excess rapid advance of the timer when starting.
Rapid advance
By holding down the START button during program operation, the timer can
be rapid advanced past different wash phases. It works like this:
Row 34 (3) is closed between stages 1-41. One can rapid advance past
these stages with a single push of a button. When the timer reaches stage
42 the START button must be released. This causes the timer to advance
to stage 43 since row 33 (4) is closed at stage 42. It is then possible to
easily rapid advance exactly to the final spin.
If desired, the timer can be rapid advanced up to and including stage 46 by
holding the START button down.
Rinse
4
4:e sköljn.
Öppna
Open
Start
Start
Drain/
Avlopp/
Centrif.
Extract
Avlopp/
Drain/
Centrif.
Extract
Rinse
sköljn. 1
Avlopp
Drain
Avlopp
Drain
Avlopp
Drain
Sequence diagram
Huvudtvätt
Main
wash
Cool
down
Nedkyln.
1:a
Tumling
Drain/
Avlopp/
SköljStop Extract
Centrif. Spin down
stopp
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Förtvätt
Pre
wash
Rinse
2:a
sköljn.
2
Rinse
3:e
sköljn.
3
33 Rapid advance 1/Start
30''/1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
3''
27''
30''
2'
O/S
(30'')
30''
P+ T+
4-5'
1'
30''
L+ 30''
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+
0-1'
1'
1'
1'
1'
5'
1'
1'
TT0-1'
1'
2'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
1'
1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 30''
P+ 30''
STOP
34 Rapid advance Start
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12. Function Sequences
Parent card
B
B
9003
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12
= Power supply, see function
diagram "Safety lock and
power supply"
X79:2
Coin meter
COM
B26
NC
No
coin
meter
(1) Coin meter
Machines without coin meter have
a bridge between X79:1-2
NO
B25
X79:1
X73
12
1
X173
10
3
Push button card
S6
(2) Control switch START
X173
Parent card
X73
B
2
11
4
6
7
9
Timer
(3) Timer, row 34 Rapid advance
START
34
33
K51
(4) Timer, row 33 Rapid advance
1/START
(5) Coil for timer rapid advance
A:1
X79:3
D
Parent card
D = Power supply, see function
diagram "Safety lock and power
supply".
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12. Function Sequences
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Rapid advance and program selection
Depending on which program is selected and if the HEAVILY SOILED
button is pressed, the timer is rapid advanced past different program
phases. In chapter 4, (Program description, type 10), is a description of
how the various programs differ from one another. Rapid advance occurs
as follows:
All programs
The timer rapid advances when rows 41 (8) and 35 (5) are closed. This
means that the timer rapid advances past prewash and the first rinse in all
programs as long as the HEAVILY SOILED button is not pressed down.
Normal programs
During the three normal programs, row 16 (3) in the program selector is
closed which means that the timer rapid advances in stage 21, when row
43 (9) is closed. This rapid advance is described in the section ”Cool-down,
Normal program”.
Mild 30°C, Wool 40°C
During these programs, row 13 (1) in the program selector is closed which
means that the timer is rapid advanced when row 40 (7) is closed. During
operation, wash time is reduced at intervals during the various program
phases.
Permanent press programs
During permanent press programs, row 14 (2) in the program selector is
closed which means that the timer is rapid advanced when row 41 (8) is
closed. It should be possible to rapid advance the timer past the first rinse
even when HEAVILY SOILED is selected (see ”Heavily soiled” below).
HEAVILY SOILED selected
When this variant is selected, rows 41 (8) and 35 (5) are de-energised. If
Normal programs are selected (row 16 in program selector is closed) row
36 (6) receives voltage which means that the timer rapid advances past
stage 11 of the main wash cycle. Stage 11 includes a three minute cold
water wash before heat is connected to effectively clean away spots, such
as blood, which contain protein. For Normal programs with HEAVILY
SOILED selected, a separate prewash is used, allowing stage 11 to be
omitted.
Drain/
Extract.
Drain/
Extract.
Open
Start
Drain
Main wash
Drain
Drain
Rinse 4
Drain/
Cool
Spin down
Rinse 2
Rinse 3
Extract.
down
Stop
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Pre wash
35 Rapid advance, Prewash
Rinse 1
Sequence diagram
36 Rapid advance, Main wash
40 Rapid advance, Mild/Wool
41 Rapid advance, 1 st rinse
30''/1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
3''
27''
30''
2'
O/S
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 30''
P+ 30''
STOP
(30'')
30''
P+ T+
4-5'
1'
30''
L+ 30''
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+
0-1'
1'
1'
1'
1'
5'
1'
1'
TT0-1'
1'
2'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
1'
1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
P+ 1'
43 Rapid advance, Normal
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12. Function Sequences
Parent card
Timer
B
B
A:17
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12
= Power supply, see function
diagram ''Safety lock and power
supply''.
X83:2
X73:5
X183:9
Program
selector
13
(1) Program selector,
row 13
S5
a
14
S5
(2) Program selector,
row 14
a
16
S5
a
C
14
15
(3) Program selector,
row 16
17
X73:7
8
X173
6
Push button
card
S7
X173
X73
(4) Control switch
HEAVILY SOILED
7
6
5
8
Parent card
B
5
4
10
11
13
(5) Timer, row 35
Rapid advance
35
(6) Timer, row 36
Rapid advance, Main wash
36
(7) Timer, row 40
Rapid advance, Gentle/Wool
40
Program selector
(8) Timer, row 41
Rapid advance, 1 st rinse
41
Row no.
0
Normal 95°
Normal 60°
Normal 40°
Mild 30°
Wool 40°
43
(9) Timer, row 43
Rapid advance, Normal
13 14 16
(10) Coil for timer rapid advance.
K51
Timer
A:1
Parent card
Perm. press 40°
Perm. press 60°
Perm. press 95°
D
1434
D = Power supply, see ''Safety lock
and power supply''.
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Motor control
For the motor to operate, it is necessary for row 5a (2) or row 7a (1) to be closed, or
for the level sensor to be shut off (water level is reached) so that point E receives
voltage. The sequence diagram indicates that both rows 5a and 7a are closed
during water filling, spin and tumble cycles. For each wash moment when the drum
should be filled with water, all rows are open and advance is initiated by the level
sensor, point E in the diagram. If for some reason water does not fill into the drum,
the motor stops.
Normal speed (12 second rotation - 3 second pause)
Row 9a (5) remains closed when the motor is running at normal speed. Row 24b
(7) in the timer is supplied voltage via row 18 (6) in the program selector. The latter
row is closed during all programs where the drum rotates at normal speed. Row 24
is located in the timer’s built-in reverser, where each stage lasts 3 seconds. The
reverser switches over at normal speed: 12 seconds on, 3 seconds off, 12 seconds
on, etc. Row 24 controls the connection of contactor K1 which in turn activates the
motor wash winding.
Gentle action (3 second rotation - 12 second pause)
When washing is done at gentle action (Mild 30°C and Wool 40°C programs), row
18 (6) in the program selector is de-energised. Instead, voltage is supplied via rows
11a (3) and 22b (4). Row 11a controls how long the motor will rotate during the
program. Row 22b is located in the reverser and switches over at gentle action: 3
seconds on, 12 seconds off, 3 seconds on, etc.
Spin
During the spin cycle, row 9b (5) activates spin contactor K4. As a security
measure, K4:22-21 (10) de-energises K1, preventing the wash winding from being
connected at the same time as the spin winding.
Drain/
Extract.
Drain/
Extract.
Open
Start
Drain
Main wash
Drain
Drain
Rinse 4
Drain/
Cool
Spin down
Rinse 2
Rinse 3
Extract.
down
Stop
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Pre wash
5a. TM direct/Level 0
Rinse 1
Sequence diagram
7a. TM direct
30 sek
30 seconds
30 seconds
30 seconds
30''/1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
3''
27''
30''
2'
O/S
(30'')
30''
P+ T+
4-5'
1'
30''
L+ 30''
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+
0-1'
1'
1'
1'
1'
5'
1'
1'
TT0-1'
1'
2'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
1'
1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 30''
P+ 30''
STOP
9a. Normal action
9b. Spin 1
11a. Gentle action
30 seconds
21a. Wash speed, right
21b. Wash speed, left
22b. Gentle action
23a. Wash speed, right
23b. Wash speed, left
24b. Normal action
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Parent card
B
A
16
A
E
15
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A B E = Power supply. Points A
and B, see function diagram ''Safety
lock and power supply''. Point E, see
function diagram ''Water filling''.
14
Timer
(1) Timer, row 7a
TM direct
a
7
(2) Timer, row 5a
Tm direct/Level 0
a
5
(3) Timer, row 11a
Gentle action
11
a
(4) Timer, row 22b
Gentle action
22
b
X183
18
a
6
5
10
1
(5) Timer, row 9
a: Normal action b: Spin 1
9b
X83
(6) Program selector,
row 18
S5
a
(7) Timer, row 24b
Normal action
b
Program
selector
24
3
4
X85
(8) Contactor coil
Motor, wash speed
A1
K1
(9) Contactor coil
Motor, spin
A2
A1
K4
A2
(10) Contactor
Motor, spin
22
K4
21
X3:9
Overheating
protection
(11) Overheating protection M1
F2
X3:7
X85:1
Timer
(12) Relay, timer
rapid advance
K51
A:3
Parent card
C
C
311
312
313
L1
L2
L3
K1
324
323
3
X25
6
K4
5
23
a
b
X3
6
1
5
4
M
M1
2
1
(15) Timer, rows 21 and 23 wash
speed-right, wash speed-left
(16) Motor, wash and spin speed
2
302
1
301
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(14) Contactor K1
Motor, spin
b
Motor
X25
3
305
306
21
a
2
4
Timer
Perm. press 40°
Perm. press 60°
Perm. press 95°
4
304
18
1
3
5
303
Programmer
Row no.
0
Normal 95°
Normal 60°
Normal 40°
Mild 30°
Wool 40°
(13) Contactor K1
Motor, wash speed
2
4
6
= Power supply, see function
diagram ''Safety lock and power
supply''.
X3
3
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Water filling
This section describes a machine which only has a cold water connection. The
diagrams of other variants (• cold and hot water • cold, hot and cold-hard water •
cold and cold-hard water) are included in the machine circuit diagram.
Here is how water fills during the various wash moments:
Prewash
During the prewash cycle, rows 14a (1) and 6b (7) are closed. For Normal and
Permanent press programs, row 3 (3) in the program selector is closed which
means water fills to the preset low level (the change-over contact 11-12-14 in the
level sensor trips at low water level). For Mild 30°C and Wool 40°C programs, row 5
(4) in the program selector is closed. The machine then fills to the preset high level.
Voltage travels from the level sensor via row 6b to water valve Y11 (11) which in
turn fills detergent compartment 1. Rows 14a (1) and 6b (7) are closed during the
entire prewash. If the water level during prewash falls below the level sensor’s
preset level, water will refill (see chapter 26 on Level Control).
Main wash
During the main wash, rows 14a (1) and 2a (6) are closed. Which level sensor (high
or low) is used depends on the selected wash program just as it does for prewash.
Voltage travels from the level sensor via row 2a (6) and rows 6 (9) and 7 (10) in the
program selector to water valve Y12 (12). This valve then fills detergent
compartment 2 with water. The above mentioned rows 6 and 7 are used to select
between the various water connections when cold water is not the only option.
When only cold water is connected, the rows are connected in parallel when cold
and hot water or cold, hot and hard water connected clamp A is cut. Rows 14a (1)
and 2a (6) are closed during the entire main wash which means that if the water
level during this cycle falls below the level sensor’s preset level, water will refill (see
chapter 26 on Level Control).
Rinse
During all rinse cycles, row 10a (2) is closed which means that water always fills to
high level. During the first two rinses, row 6b (7) is closed and valve Y11 (11) fills
detergent compartment 1 with water. During rinse 3 and 4, row 2b (6) is closed
instead of 6b. This makes it possible to select cold hard water for these two rinses
when other water options are available clamp B is cut. When only cold water is
connected, water fills via valve Y11 (11) into compartment 1. For the fourth rinse,
row 4a (8) closes as well so that valve Y13 (13) can flush away any conditioner
used from compartment 3.
Drain/
Extract.
Drain/
Extract.
Rinse 1
Sequence diagram
Open
Start
Drain
Main wash
Drain
Drain
Rinse 4
Drain/
Cool
Spin down
Rinse 2
Rinse 3
Extract.
down
Stop
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Pre wash
2a Valve TMPF 2
2b Valve, hard water
4a Valve TMPF 3
6b Valve TMPF 1
30''/1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
3''
27''
30''
2'
O/S
(30'')
30''
P+ T+
4-5'
1'
30''
L+ 30''
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+
0-1'
1'
1'
1'
1'
5'
1'
1'
TT0-1'
1'
2'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
1'
1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 30''
P+ 30''
STOP
10a Level 2
14a Level 1 or 2
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B
Parent card
B
A:17
Timer
a
10
a
3
7
8
4
X183
Program
selector
= Power supply, see function
diagram ''Safety lock and power
supply''.
(2) Timer, row 10a
Level 2
(3) Program selector
row 3
3
S5
a
5
(4) Program selector
row 5
S5
a
5
4
1
6
6
1
11
21
12 14
22 24
C
12
(1) Timer, row 14a
Level 1 or 2
14
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Parent card
X78
X178
Level control
(5) Level control
B1 p<
X178
X78
4
5
3
3
2
4
2
5
Parent card
A
E = supply to heating mechanism and
timer motor, see fuction diagram
''Heating'' and ''Timer motor''.
14
6
Timer
E
2
X83:10
b
(6) Timer, row 2
a: Valve, TMPF 2 b: Valve, hard water
b
a
6
(7) Timer, row 6b
Valve TMPF 1
4
a
X183:1
A
7
9
Parent
card
6
S5
a
(8) Timer, row 4a
Valve, TMPF 3
8
B
(9) Program selector row 6
7
S5
C
(10) Program selector
row 7
A
2
a
3
Program
selector
X75:5
X75:1
X75:3
Y11
Program selector
Y12
Y13
Row no.
0
Normal 95°
Normal 60°
Normal 40°
Mild 30°
Wool 40°
3 5 6 7
X75
6
4
Parent card
2
(11) Water valve, compartment 1, cold
water
(12) Water valve, compartment 2, cold
water
(13) Water valve, compartment 3, cold
water
A:2
Timer
K51
A:3
Perm. press 40°
Perm. press 60°
Perm. press 95°
Parent card
1440
C
(14) Relay, timer rapid advance
C
= Power supply, see function
diagram ''Safety lock and power
supply''.
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Heating
Contactor K21 (11) controls the heating elements on electrically heated machines.
Steam heated machines have steam valve Y5 (11).
Heating cannot take place until the drum is filled with water so that the level control
shuts off (see function diagram ”Water filling”). Voltage is then received by the
heating function, point E to the right in the diagram.
The timer is fitted so that heating can occur during both prewash and main wash
cycles (row 1b (10) closes during both prewash and main wash). For program P11,
described here, heating is not used during prewash. The timer advances past this
program stage as follows:
• Row 10b (6) is closed during prewash.
• When the timerr reaches stage 3, it stops (this stop is preset in the programmer)
to wait for heating to start, if called for.
• However, in stage three, row 38 (8) closes. The coil for rapid advance (9)
receives voltage and advances the timer to stage 4 without heating occurring.
During the main wash, water is heated as follows:
• One of rows 9-12 (2)-(5) in the program selector will close depending on which
program is selected. This controls which contact in the thermostat (7) will stop
the heating process.
• When the timer reaches stage 12, it stops (this stop is preset in the programmer)
to wait for the heating to be completed.
• Since rows 5b (1) and 1b (10) are closed at stage 12, relay K21/valve Y51 (11)
receives voltage and heating begins.
• Row 38 (8) is also closed at stage 12 and when the correct temperature is
reached (the change-over contact in the thermostat trips) the coil for rapid
advance (9) receives voltage resulting in the timer advancing to stage 13.
The thermostat has an hysteresis of approx. 4°C which means the contact returns
to its original position when the wash water temperature falls 4°C below the preset
value. Rows 5b (1) and 1b (10) are closed during the entire main wash cycle. This
results in the water being reheated to the correct temperature if the temperature
should fall more than 4°C below the correct level during washing.
Drain/
Extract.
Drain/
Extract.
Rinse 1
Sequence diagram
Open
Start
Drain
Main wash
Drain
Drain
Rinse 4
Drain/
Cool
Rinse 2
Rinse 3
Extract. Spin down
down
Stop
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Pre wash
1b. Elements
5b. Temp. Main wash
10b. Level 2
30''/1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
3''
27''
30''
2'
O/S
(30'')
30''
P+ T+
4-5'
1'
30''
L+ 30''
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+
0-1'
1'
1'
1'
1'
5'
1'
1'
TT0-1'
1'
2'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
1'
1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 30''
P+ 30''
STOP
38. Rapid adv., Temp +
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Timer
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E = Power supply from level
sensor, see function diagram ''Water
filling''.
E
5
(1) Programmer, row 5b
Temp., main wash
b
X83:6
X183:5
Programselector
(2) Program selector
row 9
9
S5
a
(3) Program selector
row 10
10
S5
a
B = Power supply point, see
function diagram ''Safety lock and
power supply''.
(4) Program selector
row 11
11
S5
a
Parent card
(5) Program selector
row 12
12
S5
B
A:17
10
8
9
11
4
3
5
2
3
4
2
5
C
Parent
card
10
X72
b
X172
Timer
B11
A:13
11
30°
Parent
card
a
12
14
40°
22
21
24
60°
31
34
32
90°
42
(6) Timer row 10b
Level 2
41
(7) Thermostat
44
X72:1 X172:6
B:2
Thermostat
Timer
X172:1
X72:6
38
(8) Timer row 38
Parent card
A:12
Programmer
K51
(9) K51 Coil for timer
rapid advance
A:1
Parent card
1
D
(10) Timer, row 1b
Element
b
X85:6
For electric
heating
A1
K21
For steam
heating
Y51
A2
X3:9
Program selector
Row no.
0
Normal 95°
Normal 60°
Normal 40°
Mild 30°
Wool 40°
(11) For electric heating: Contactor
For steam heating: Steam valve
Overheat
protection
F2
9 10 11 12
(12) Overheat protection
X3:7
X85:1
Timer
K51
Perm. press 40°
Perm. press 60°
Perm. press 95°
(13) Relay, timer rapid advance
A:3
Parent card
C
C
1437
= Power supply, see function
diagram ''Safety lock and po
supply''.
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Cool-down, Normal program
Cool-down for Normal programs (60°C and 95°C) consists of water filling the
drum until its temperature drops to 56°C, upon which the main wash water
drains.
Cool-down functions as follows:
• At program stages 21 and 22, the timer advance stops (this stop is preset
in the timer). Stage 21 is used for cool-down in permanent press programs.
In Normal programs the timer rapid advances past this stage; the coil for
rapid advance (9) receives voltage via row 16 (5) in the program selector
and row 43 (7).
• At stage 22, rows 14b (1) and 6a (2) are closed. Water valve Y11 (10)
receives voltage, opens and begins to fill detergent compartment 1 with
cold water.
• When the temperature drops to 56°C, the thermostat 60°C contact
changes over from position 31-34 to 31-32 (the thermostat has an
hysteresis of 4° C. See chapter 27, type 10). Since rows 7a (3), 1a (4) and
39 (8) are all closed at program stage 22, the magnet for rapid advance (9)
receives voltage and the timer advances to stage 23.
• At stage 23, the water-filled drum rotates 0-1 minutes before the water
drains at stage 24 (time can vary since the timer advance is synchronized
with the program pause).
Drain/
Extract.
Drain/
Extract.
Open
Start
Drain
Main wash
Drain
Drain
Rinse 4
Drain/
Cool
Rinse 2
Rinse 3
Extract. Spin down
down
Stop
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Pre wash
1a Cool-down
Rinse 1
Sequence diagram
6a Valve TMPF1
7a TM direct
14 b Fill directly
39 Rapid adv., Cool-down
30''/1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
3''
27''
30''
2'
O/S
(30'')
30''
P+ T+
4-5'
1'
30''
L+ 30''
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+
0-1'
1'
1'
1'
1'
5'
1'
1'
TT0-1'
1'
2'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
1'
1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 30''
P+ 30''
STOP
43 Rapid adv., Normal
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12. Function Sequences
Parent
card
A
12
A B = Power supply, see function
diagram ''Safety lock and power
supply''.
B
17
16
A
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Timer
Program
selector
(1) Timer, row 14b
Fill directly
14
b
(2) Timer row 6a
Valve TMPF 1
a
6
a
(3) Timer row 7a
TM directly
7
a
(4) Timer row 1a
cool-down
1
16
S5
a
Thermostat
34
B11
32
12
A
X172
6
2
5
C:17
7
X72
1
Parent card
(6) Thermostat
change-over contact at 60°
60°
31
(5) Program selector
row 16
X75:5
B:13
B:1
43
(8) Timer row 39
Rapid advance, Cool-down
39
K51
Program selector
Y11
(9) K51 Coil for timer rapid advance
A:1
(10) Water valve
compartment 1 cold water
Parent card
X75:6
Parent
card
(7) Timer row 43
Rapid advance, Normal
A:2
(11) Relay, timer rapid advance
K51
A:3
Timer
C
D
C
D = Power supply, see function
diagram ''Safety lock and power
supply''.
Programselector
Row no.
0
Normal 95°
Normal 60°
Normal 40°
Mild 30°
Wool 40°
16
Perm. press 40°
Perm. press 60°
Perm. press 95°
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Cool-down, Permanent press program
For cool-down during Permanent press programs (60°C and 95°C), cold
water fills the machine until water temperature falls to 56°C. The main wash
water then drains. Water fills in pulses for Permanent press programs, while
for Normal programs, it fills continually. During the former, the water valve is
open for 3 seconds, closed 27 seconds, open 3 seconds, etc.
Cool-down at program stage 21 occurs as follows:
• When the timer reaches stage 21, it stops (this stop is preset in the
timer).
• At program stage 21, rows 14a (1), 11a (5) and 6a (7) are
closed. Row 3 (2) in the program selector is energised during the
permanent press programs and the level control (3) is set at position 1114 (the drum is filled to low level).
• This means that water valve Y11 (9) and row 22a (6) now open and
close at the same time — 3 seconds open, 27 seconds closed, 3
seconds open, etc.
• When the temperature falls to 56°C, the thermostat 60°C-contact
changes over from position 31-34 to 31-32 (the thermostat has a
hysteresis of 4°C, see also chapter 27, type 10). Since rows 1a (4) and
39 (10) are closed at stages 21 and 22, the coil (11) for rapid advance
receives voltage causing the timer to rapid advance to stage 23.
• At stage 23, the water-filled drum rotates for 0-1 minutes
before the water drains at stage 24 (time can vary since the timer
advance is synchronised at stage 23 with the program pause).
Drain/
Extract.
Drain/
Extract.
Open
Start
Drain
Main wash
Drain
Drain
Rinse 4
Drain/
Cool
Rinse 2
Rinse 3
Extract. Spin down
down
Stop
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Pre wash
1a Cool-down
Rinse 1
Sequence diagram
6a Valve TMPF 1
11a Gentle action
14a Level 1 or 2
22a Water pulses
30 seconds
30 seconds
30 seconds
30 seconds
30''/1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
3''
27''
30''
2'
O/S
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 30''
P+ 30''
STOP
(30'')
30''
P+ T+
4-5'
1'
30''
L+ 30''
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+
0-1'
1'
1'
1'
1'
5'
1'
1'
TT0-1'
1'
2'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
1'
1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
P+ 1'
39 Rapid adv, Cool-down
30 seconds
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B = Power supply, see function diagram
''Safety lock and power supply'.
B
A:17
Timer
(1) Timer, row 14a'
Level 1 or 2
14
a
X83:3
X183:8
Program
selector
(2) Program selector
row 3
3
S5
a
C:5
Parent card
X78:1
X178:6
Level control
11
(3) Level control,
low level
B1 p<
12 14
X178:5
X78:2
Parent card
A:14
a
(4) Timer, row 1a
Cool-down
1
(5) Timer row 11a
Gentle action
11
a
22
a
a
6
Timer
A:12
Thermostat
34
32
X172
1
B11
(6) Timer row 22a
Water pulsing
(7) Timer row 6a
Valve, TMPF 1
A:7
X72
(8) Thermostat
change-over contact at 60°C
6
60°
31
Parent card
X172:2
X75:5
Y11
(9) Water valve
compartment1, cold water
X75:6
X72:5
Parent card
A:2
B:1
Timer
Program selector
(10) Timer, row 39
Rapid advance, cool-down
39
Row no.
0
Normal 95°
Normal 60°
Normal 40°
Mild 30°
Wool 40°
3
(11) Coil for timer
rapid advance
K51
K51
A:3
A:1
Perm. press 40°
Perm. press 60°
Perm. press 95°
D
(12) Relay
Timer rapid advance
C
C D = Power supply, see function diagram
''Safety lock and power supply''.
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Drain
The drain valve closes when the control valve Y1 (2) is activated (cold water supply
must be open).
Drain/
Extract.
Drain/
Extract.
Rinse 1
The valve will not close until the door is locked (this is when point C receives
voltage, see section ”Safety lock and power supply”). Control valve Y1 is controlled
by row 16a (1) which itself is closed when the drain valve (2) should be closed.
Open
Start
30''/1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
3''
27''
30''
2'
O/S
STOP
Drain
Drain
Main wash
(30'')
30''
P+ T+
4-5'
1'
30''
L+ 30''
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+
0-1'
1'
1'
1'
1'
5'
1'
1'
TT0-1'
1'
2'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
1'
1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 30''
P+ 30''
16 Drain valve
Drain
Rinse 4
Drain/
Cool
Rinse 2
Rinse 3
Extract. Spin down
down
Stop
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Pre wash
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B
= Power supply point, see function
diagram ”Safety lock and power supply”.
B
A:17
Timer
(1) Timer, row 16
Drain valve
16
a
X84:2
M
Y1
(2) Drain valve
X84:1
Timer
A:3
Parent card
C
D = Power supply point 0 V, see function
diagram ”Safety lock and power supply”.
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Timer advance
The timer motor advances in the following way:
From timer rows
Rows 5a (3) and 7a (1) are closed during all drain and spin cycles. They are also
closed during the first part of wash and rinse cycles when water is filling.
From level control
When water fills to the correct level, the level control’s contact changes over and
point E in the diagram receives voltage (see section on ”Water filling”). During
those phases when timer rows 5a (3) and 7a (1) are open, the level control controls
the advance of the timer motor. As a result, if water does not fill to the correct level,
the timer will stop.
At rapid advance
Contact K51 (2) closes when the program is rapid advanced so that the motor
always receives voltage.
At heating and cool-down
At stages 3, 12 and 21-22, the timer advance switches off internally in the timer
even if the motor is still energised. Stages 3 and 12 are used for heating water (see
section ”Heating”). Stages 21-22 are used for cool-down (see section ”Cool-down,
Normal program” and ”Cool-down, Permanent press”).
Open
Start
Drain/
Extract.
Drain/
Extract.
Rinse 1
Drain
Drain
Rinse 3
30''/1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
3''
27''
30''
2'
O/S
Rinse 2
STOP
Cool
down
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 30''
P+ 30''
Main wash
(30'')
30''
P+ T+
4-5'
1'
30''
L+ 30''
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+
0-1'
1'
1'
1'
1'
5'
1'
1'
TT0-1'
1'
2'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
1'
1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
P+ 1'
1
Rinse 4
Drain/
Extract. Spin down
Stop
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Pre wash
5a. Tm direct/Level 0
7a. TM direct
Drain
Sequence diagram
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A
B
E
17
16
A
a
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A B E = Power supply. Points A and B,
see function diagram ”Safety lock and power
supply”. Point E, see function diagram ”Water
filling”.
14
(1) Timer, row 7a
TM direct
7
(2) Relay, timer rapid advance
K51
a
5
(3) Timer, row 5a
TM direct/Level 0
(4) Timer motor
M
M21
A:1
D
D = Power supply, see function diagram
”Safety lock and power supply”.
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12. Operational sequences
Trouble shooting
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1
Fault indication
The microprocessor-controlled machines have an
automatic trouble shooting program which
continuously monitors the main functions. If a fault
occurs in service, a nummerical code (see table
below) blinks on the control panel display.
Fig.
1
Fig.
2
3
2
1
.... .
.... .
Error code
When error code 01 or 02 are displayed, a restart
can be done after the fault has been put right.
When the other codes are displayed, the main
switch must be turned off and then on again before
the machine can be restarted.
Built-in service program
There is a built-in service program which facilitates
function controls and fault tracing. With the
program, different switches and sensors, such as
the door safety lock and coin meter, can be
checked. It is also easy to direct and thereby check
the machine parts, such as motor, valves and door
safety lcok.
1026
2
Error code Error
Probable remedy/Solution
01
02
Water level not reached
Door lock in operative
03
Shortcircuit
Is the water shut-off valve open? Push START restart.
Open and close door again.
Push START for restart.
Shortcircuit in temperature sensor or in the cable
between sensor and circuit board.
04
05
Water temperature over 98° C
Water in machine
before program start
Machine memory fault
Machine heats incorrectly
Drain time too long
Out-of-balance switch in operative
06
07
08
09
Check drain and level sensor system.
Check heating system and thermostat.
Check drain system.
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Service program setting
2
• Remove the top panel
Service switch
to left = service position
Fig.
2
Fig.
3
• Set the service switch to the service position (the
switch is located on the programmer circuit
board behind the control panel display window).
to right = normal position
S
N
• The key set changes to numerical keys with 1-7
as program selector buttons and 8 and 9 as
variable selector buttons. The start button is
used as on/off switch.
IMPORTANT!
Since there is no 0 key included in the key set,
only 11-19, 21-29, etc. are used in the service
program.
Sensor and switch checks
Fig.
4
1416
3
The program indicator displays certain input signals
by illuminating the arrows in the display window.
For example, arrow no. 5 lights up when the door is
closed thereby showing that the door microswitch is
functioning correctly.
1
2
3
4
The table below shows which input signals are
displayed with the help of the program indicator.
5
1
Coin fee program button
6
2
Coin slot 1
7
3
Coin slot 2
4
Out-of-balance switch
5
Safety lock
6
Price decrease 1
7
Price decrease 2
8
Free wash
9
-
10
ON/OFF function (applies to functions
input with key set, see next chapter).
8
9
ON/OFF
1037
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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12. Fault Tracing
Function checks
It is possible to test the machine's various functions
by inputting a numerical code using the key set.
The function chosen can then be turned on and off
using the start button. Program indicator no. 10
shows if the function is turned on or off.
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5
Service switch
to left = service position
to right = normal position
S
N
The table below lists the functions which can be
simulated and which numerical codes apply to each
respective function.
Code
Functions
11
Detergent compartment 1
12
Detergent compartment 2
13
Detergent compartment 3
14
Detergent compartment 4
15
Detergent compartment 5
16
Valve connection, hot water
17
Valve connection, cold water
18
Valve connection, hard water
19
Heat (The display window shows the
machine temperature and not code "19").
21
Motor, clockwise rotation
22
Motor, counter-clockwise rotation
23
Distribution, counter-clockwise
24
Spin, counter-clockwise
25
Coupling
26
Drain valve
27
Drain
28
Level switch
N.B.!
When code 19 is pushed in, the temperature
is displayed, not the code number.
Disconnecting service program
Fig.
5
• Return the service switch on the programmer
circuit board to the N position.
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WARNING!
Do not run the motor (codes 21
and 22) immediately after spin.
Wait until the drum has stopped to
avoid major risk of damaging
machine.
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12. Function Sequences
General
This chapter describes a machine with the wash program
P02CH. The machine has an electromechanical programmer,
hot and cold water connection, without heating and wash
programs for laundrettes, coin-ops etc.
To facilitate fault-tracing in the machine electronics, the circuit
diagram is divided into functional sequences. The following
sequences are described in this chapter:
• Power supply and start, machines without coin meter ....... 2
• Power supply and start, machines with coin meter ............ 4
• Power supply and start machine with coin meter and
rapid advance ..................................................................... 6
• Safety lock .......................................................................... 8
• Rapid advance and program selection ............................. 10
• Motor control .................................................................... 12
• Water filling ...................................................................... 14
• Cool-down ........................................................................ 16
• Drain ................................................................................. 18
• Programmer advance ....................................................... 20
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Power supply and start, machines without coin
meter
Some control circuits do not receive voltage until the door and lock switch
S3 (3) are closed (point B ). Others receive voltage even when the door is
open (point A ). These feed points recur in other function diagrams.
The same conditions apply for feed points C and D . Point C does not
receive voltage until a switch S4 (9) in the safety lock delay unit is closed
(i.e. door is locked). Point D receives voltage even when the door is open.
Start
When a program is completed, the machine stops at program stage 53 and
the door can be opened.
The door must be closed for the machine to start.
It is only when the door is closed that switch S6 (4) receives voltage. When
S6 is pressed to start a new program, the coil for rapid advance (8)
receives voltage since row 34 (6) is closed at stage 53.
At stage 54 the timer stops until S6 is released. The timer then advances to
stage 1 (row 33 (7) is closed at stage 54) and the wash program begins.
This design prevents accidental excess rapid advance of the timer when
starting.
Program advance
By holding down S6 the timer can be advanced past different wash cycles
(row 34 is closed in stages 1-46).
Open
Start
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 3
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 2
Drain/
Spin
Drain
Rinse 1
Drain
Drain
Sequence diagram
Cool
Drain/
Tumbling
Mainwash
Prewash
Rinse 4 Spin
down
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Prerinse
30''
3''
2'
Off/Start
(30'')
30''
P+
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ T+
3'
1'
1'
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+ 1'
1'
1'
1'
4'
1'
1'
1'
1'
2'
T- 1'
1'
L+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
30''
33 Rapid adv. Start
34 Rapid adv. Start
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X1
1
F1
(1) Fuse
X80:1
Parent card
X73:2
X173:7
Power Switch
card
S1
(2) Switch On - Off
X173:8
X73:1
Safety lock
X170
X70
9
1
8
2
Parent card
S3
(3) Switch Door
X74:4
X73:8
X74:2
X173:1
Power Switch
card
S6
1
X174
X173
S2
X73
X174
X74
Parent
card
4
1
B
(4) Switch Start + K51
3
2
3
4
5
2
(5) Power Switch S2 Emergency
Stop
7
Parent card
E
B
A
6
7
(6) Timer row 34
Rapid advance Start
34
(7) Timer row 33
Rapid advance Start
33
(8) Coil for timer
advance
K51
Timer
A B E : power supply to
other functions
A:1
X170 X70
6 4
Safety lock
(9) Switch Doorlock
S4
X170
X70
Parent
card
7
3
C
D
C and D = power supply to other
functions
X73:3
X173:6
Power Switch
card
S1
(10) Switch On - Off
X173:5
X73:4
Parent card
X80:2
2
X1
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12. Function Sequences
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Power supply and start, machine with coin meter
Some control circuits do not receive voltage until the door and lock switch
S3 (2) are closed (point B ). Others receive voltage even when the door is
open (point A ). These feed points recur in other function diagrams.
The same conditions apply for feed points C and D . Point C does not
receive voltage until a switch S4 (8) in the safety lock delay unit is closed
(i.e. the door is locked). Point D receives voltage even when the door is
open.
Start
When a program is completed, the machine stops at program stage 53 and
the door can be opened.
The door must be closed for the machine to start. It is only when the door is
closed that impulsegenerator B21 (5) in the coin meter receives voltage.
The coin lock B26 (5) also receives voltage since row 10a (3) is closed at
stage 53. This means that the lock in front of the coin slot can be moved
and a coin can be inserted.
When the correct amount of coins have been inserted into the coin meter
the impulse generator's contact with COM-NO position and the coil for timer
(5) receives voltage (row 34 (5) is closed at stage 53).
At stage 54 row 34 is released but the timer advances to stage 1 since row
33 (7) is closed at stage 54. This design feeds the timer forward to stage 1
regardless of how long the impulse generator's contact remains in COM-NO
position.
Open
Start
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 3
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 2
Drain/
Spin
Cool
down
Drain
Rinse 1
Drain
Drain
Sequence diagram
Drain/
Tumbling
Rinse 4 Spin
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Prerinse
Prewash
Mainwash
10a Start
33 Rapid adv. Start
30''
3''
2'
Off/Start
(30'')
30''
P+
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ T+
3'
1'
1'
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+ 1'
1'
1'
1'
4'
1'
1'
1'
1'
2'
T- 1'
1'
L+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
30''
34 Rapid adv. Start
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X1
1
F1
(1) Fuse
X80:1
Parent card
X73:2
X73:1
Safety lock
X170
X70
9
1
8
2
(2) Door Switch
S3
X74:2
X74:4 X75:5
Timer
1
X174
3
A:5
P-card
S2
(4) Switch S2 emergency stop
X75:3
X174
Parent
card
(3) Timer row 10 a Start
10
a
X74
4
1
2
3
N
A:4
B
(5) Coin meter
B21 = Impulse Generator Start
B26 = Coin Lock
L
B21
COM
NO
A
NC
A B E : Power supply to other
functions
B26
X73
2
4
Parent card
E
B
6
7
34
(6) Timer row 34
Rapid advance Start
(7) Timer row 33
Rapid advance Start
33
K51
Timer
A:1
X170 X70
6 4
Safety lock
S4
X170
X70
Parent
card
(8) Coil for timer
advance
(11) Switch Doorlock
7
3
C
D
X73:3
C and D = Power supply to
other functions
X73:4
X75:1
X80:2
2
X1
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Power supply and start, machine with coin meter
and rapid advance (only France)
Some control circuits do not receive voltage until the door and lock switch
S3 (2) are closed (point B ). Others receive voltage even when the door is
open (point A ). These feed points recur in other function diagrams.
The same conditions apply for feed points C and D . Point C does not
receive voltage until a switch S4 (10) in the safety lock delay unit is closed
(i.e. the door is locked). Point D receives voltage even when the door is
open.
Start
When a program is completed, the machine stops at program stage 53 and
the door can be opened.
The door must be closed for the machine to start. It is only when the door is
closed that the impulse generator B21 (5) in the coin meter receives
voltage. The coin lock B26 (5) also receives voltage since row 10a (3) is
closed at stage 53. This means that the lock infront of the coin slot can be
moved and a coin can be inserted.
When the correct amount of coins have been inserted into the coin meter
the impulse generator’s contact with
COM-NO position and the magnet for timer (9) receives voltage (row 34 (7)
is closed at stage 53).
At stage 54 row 34 is released but the timer advances to stage 1 since row
33 (8) is closed at stage 54. This design feeds the timer forward to stage 1
regardless of how long the impulse generator’s contact remains in COMNO position.
Rapid advance
By holding down S6 (6) during program operation, the timer can be rapid
advanced past different wash phases (rows 10b (3) and 34 (7) are both
closed at program stages 1 -46).
Open
Start
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 3
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 2
Drain/
Spin
Drain
Rinse 1
Drain
Drain
Sequence diagram
Cool
Drain/
Tumbling
Mainwash
Prewash
Rinse 4 Spin
down
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Prerinse
30''
3''
2'
Off/Start
33 Rapid adv. Start
34 Rapid adv. Start
(30'')
30''
P+
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ T+
3'
1'
1'
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+ 1'
1'
1'
1'
4'
1'
1'
1'
1'
2'
T- 1'
1'
L+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
30''
10a Start
10b Door lock
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X1
1
F1
(1) Fuse
X80:1
Parent Card
X73:2
X73:1
Safety Lock
X170
X70
9
1
8
2
(2) Switch Door
S3
X74:4
X74:2
X75:5
Timer
10
1
X174
3
a
A:5
S2
A:8
X75:3
X174
X74
4
1
2
3
B
X71:1
L
N
COM
NO
A
(4) Switcher S2
Emergency stop
(5) Coin meter
B21 = Impulse generator start
B26 = Coin lock
B21
A:4
Parent
Card
b
P-card
(3) Timer row 10
a: Start
b: Door lock
A and B : Power supply to other
functions
NC
B26
S6
(6) Switch Start + K51
1
X73
2
4
6
7
X71:2
Parent Card
E
B
34
(7) Timer row 34
Rapid advance Start
(8) Timer row 33
Rapid advance Start
33
Timer
E = Power supply to function
''Rapid advance Program selection''
(9) Coil for rapid
advance timer
K51
A:1
X170 X70
6 4
Safety Lock
(10) S4 Switch Doorlock
S4
X170
X70
Parent
Card
7
3
C
D
C and D : Power supply to
other functions
X73:3
X73:4
X75:1
X80:2
2
X1
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Safety Lock
The machine can not be started until the door is closed. When the start
button on the machine is pressed, or the correct number of coins are
inserted into the coin meter, the timer advances to stage 1. Row 1b (1) then
closes and the solenoid which locks the door (4) receives voltage. When
the lock piston has locked the door, the delay unit switch (6) closes and
point C receives voltage. It is only then that the drum can begin to
revolve and water begin to fill.
At program stage 1, row 10b (2) closes up which means that the bimetal
spring in the delay unit heats up. Once the spring is heated, the delay unit
holds the door locked. Row 10b is closed during the entire wash program.
In the case of a power failure, it takes approx. 2 minutes for the delay unit
spring to cool down and the door to open. This is a security measure that
guarantees the drum has ample time to stop and that water can drain (the
drain valve opens automatically in the event of a power failure).
During the last phase of the tumble cycle (program stage 49 -51) row 10b
(2) opens. When the program is completed (program stage 52), row 1a (1)
opens and the solenoid which opens the lock (3) withdraws the lock piston
so that the door can be opened immediately. This program stage lasts 2
minutes. During this time and the time allotted to stages 49 -51, the delay
unit is able to cool down enough so that the door does not lock when row
1a opens after 2 minutes.
Open
Start
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 3
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 2
Drain/
Spin
Drain
Rinse 1
Drain
Drain
Sequence diagram
(30'')
30''
P+
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ T+
3'
1'
1'
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+ 1'
1'
1'
1'
4'
1'
1'
1'
1'
2'
T- 1'
1'
L+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
30''
1a. Door solenoid open
1b. Door solenoid close
10b. Doorlock
30''
3''
2'
Off/Start
Cool
Drain/
Tumbling
Mainwash
Prewash
Rinse 4 Spin
down
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Prerinse
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Parent Card
A
4
9005
9
Edition Page
12
A and B = Power supply, see
function diagram ''Power supply and
start''.
A
B
12
Type
11
Timer
1
a
b
(2) Timer row 10 b
Doorlock
10
b
8
A
(1) Timer row 1
a: Door solenoid open
b: Door solenoid close
14
13
Parent Card
X70
X170
7
9
8
3
1
2
Safety Lock
(3) Door solenoid open
(4) Door solenoid close
Y80
(5) Coil delay unit
(6) S4 Switch delay unit
S4
X170
X70
7
6
3
4
Parent Card
C
D
C and D = Power supply, see
function diagram ''Power supply and
start''.
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Program rapid advance and selection
The timer can be used for many different types of program. It is therefore
equipped with a number of functions which are not used in program P02.
The programmer advances rapidly past different program stages when the
built-in coil for rapid advance (11) is activated.
All wash programs
The timer has rapid advance past the following stages in all wash
programs.
• Stage 1 -4
Pre-rinse and drain omitted
row 45 (4)
• Stage 10 -11 Pre-wash reduced 2 minutes
row 37 (7)
• Stage 16
Main wash reduced 3 minutes
row 40 (8)
• Stage 18 -20 Main wash reduced 3 minutes
row 41 (9)
• Stage 21 -23 Main wash reduced 6 minutes
row 42 (10)
• Stage 30 -32 Rinse 1 and Drain/Spin omitted
row 44 (3)
Permanent press programs
During permanent press programs, row 9 (1) in the program selector is
closed which means that row 43 (6) rapid advances the timer at stage 46.
This reduces the final spin time by 3 minutes.
Machines with heating
If the washing machine is equipped for heating ,the L shackle (2) should be
cut-off. This allows for heating at stage 8 during pre-wash and stage 17
during main wash. If the machine is not equipped for heating, the shackle is
closed and row 38 (5) rapid advances past both of these program stages.
Open
Start
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 3
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 2
Drain/
Spin
Cool
down
Drain
Rinse 1
Drain
Drain
Sequence diagram
Drain/
Tumbling
Rinse 4 Spin
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Prerinse
Prewash
Mainwash
37 Rapid adv. Prewash -2'
38 Rapid adv. Temp +
40 Rapid adv. Mainwash -3'
41 Rapid adv. Mainwash -3'
42 Rapid adv. Mainwash -6'
43 Rapid adv. Spin -3'
30''
3''
2'
Off/Start
(30'')
30''
P+
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ T+
3'
1'
1'
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+ 1'
1'
1'
1'
4'
1'
1'
1'
1'
2'
T- 1'
1'
L+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
30''
44 Rapid adv. Rinse 1
45 Rapid adv. Prerinse
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12
Parent Card
E
B
E = Power Supply, see functions
diagram ''power supply and start''
B
C:11
Program
Selector
9
S5
a
2
C:1
L
1
B
2
7
3
10
11
12
13
(1) Program selector row 9
(2) Shackle L
shackle closed : machine without heating
shackle cut-off: machine with heating
(3) Timer row 44
Rapid adv. Rinse 1
44
(4) Timer row 45
Rapid adv. Prerinse
45
(5) Timer row 38
Rapid adv. Temp +
38
43
(6) Timer row 43
Rapid adv. Spin -3'
(7) Timer row 37
Rapid adv. Prewash -2'
37
(8) Timer row 40
Rapid adv. Mainwash -3'
40
(9) Timer row 41
Rapid adv. Mainwash -3'
41
42
K51
Timer
(10) Timer row 42
Rapid adv. Mainwash -6'
(11) Coil for timer rapid advance
A1
Parent Card
D
Program Selector
D = Power supply, see functions diagram
''Power Supply and Start.
9
1
2
3
4
Cold
Warm
Hot
Perm. press
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Motor control
Normal Action (12 second rotation - 3 second pause)
Row 8 (1) in the program selector is closed during programs ”Warm”, ”Hot”
and ”Permanent Press” when the motor is running at normal action. From
row 8 the voltage is supplied via row 14b (5) to row 24b (7). This row is
located in the timer's built-in reverser, where each stage lasts 3 seconds.
Row 24b switches over at normal speed (12 seconds on, 3 seconds off, 12
seconds on etc.) and controls contactor K1 which activates the motor wash
winding.
Gentle Action (3 second rotation - 12 second pause)
Row 10 (2) in the program selector is closed and row 8 (1) is de-energised
during program ”Cold”. This means that the motor is running at gentle
action. From row 10 the voltage is supplied via row 22b (3) which is located
in the motor’s built-in reverser. The rows switch over at gentle speed (3
seconds on, 12 seconds off, 3 seconds on etc.). The voltage is then
supplied via row 14b (5) and 24b (7) to contactor K1 which activates the
motor wash winding. Row 24b does switch over at normal action, but is
always closed when 22b closes.
Spin
During the spin cycle, row 13b (6) activates spin contactor K4 (9). At the
same time K4:21 -22 (10) de-energises K1, preventing the wash winding
from being connected at the same time as the spin winding.
Normal action during tumbling
At stage 48, contactor K1 is supplied via row 14a (5) instead of 14b. The
motor runs at normal speed at this stage regardless of which program has
been chosen.
Open
Start
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 3
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 2
Drain/
Spin
Drain
Rinse 1
Drain
Drain
Sequence diagram
Cool
Drain/
Tumbling
Mainwash
Prewash
Rinse 4 Spin
down
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Prerinse
9a. M21 direct
11a. M21 direct/level 0
30 seconds
21a. Action right
30 seconds
30 seconds
30 seconds
30''
3''
2'
Off/Start
14b. Normal/gentle action
(30'')
30''
P+
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ T+
3'
1'
1'
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+ 1'
1'
1'
1'
4'
1'
1'
1'
1'
2'
T- 1'
1'
L+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
30''
13b. Spin 1
14a. Normal action
30 seconds
21b. Action left
22b. Gentle action
23a. Action right
23b. Action left
24b. Normal action
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12. Function Sequences
B
C:12
12
B = Power supply, see functions
diagram, ''power supply and start''
Parent Card
A:4
9005 13
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C:10
Prog.
8
selector S5
(1) Program selector row 8
a
10
S5
(2) Program selector row 10
a
X83:5
X182:8 X182:9
X83:6
X82:2
X82:1
(3) Timer row 22 b
Gentle action
22
b
a
(4) Timer row 11a
M21 direct / level 0
11
a
b
(5) Timer row 14
a:Normal action b:Normal/gentle action
14
13
b
(6) Timer row 13b
Spin 1
b
24
3
X85
(7) Timer row 24b
Normal action
Timer
4
A1
A2
(8) Contactor coil K1
Wash
22
(9) Contactor coil K4
Spin
K1
A1
K4
A2
K4
21
(10) Contactor K4
Spin
X3:9
Overheat
protection
F2
(11) Overheat protection F2
X3:7
X85:1
Timer
(12) Relay, program rapid advance
K51
A:3
Parent
Card
(13) C = Power supply, see function
diagram ''power supply and start''
C
311
312
313
L1
L2
L3
K1
6
303
324
323
3
4
5
a
X25
a
b
b
(15) Contactor K4
X3
6
1
5
4
M
M1
2
1
(16) Timer row 21 and 23
action right, action left
Motor
(17) Motor M1, wash and spin
2
302
1
301
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3
305
306
21
Cold
Warm
Hot
Perm. press
2
K4 Spin
Timer
8 10
4
304
X25
1
3
5
1
2
3
4
(14) Contactor K1
Wash
2
4
6
Program Selector
X3
3
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Type Edition Page
Water filling
This section describes a machine which has a hot and cold water
connection. Program P02 does not use Pre-rinse (stages 1-3) which means
that the timer rapid advances past this section, see function section "Rapid
Advance, Program Selection". Here is how water fills in other wash
sections:
Prewash
During the prewash cycle row 5a (2) is closed which means that the water
fills to the high level (the change-over contact 21-22-24 in the level sensor
trips at high water level). Row 4b (5) is closed which means that cold water
fills detergent compartment 1 with water valve Y11 (13). Row 2b (7) is
closed and warm water fills directly into the drum with valve Y24 (17) in all
programs except Cold, since row 7 (12) in the program selector is closed in
all programs except Cold. Rows 5a (2), 4b (5) and 2b (7) are closed during
the entire prewash. If the water level during prewash falls below the level
sensor's preset level, water will refill (see chapter 26 on Level Detection).
Main wash
During the main wash row 3b (1) is closed. Water fills to the low level
because the shackle N (3) on the parent card is cut but to high water level if
the shackle is closed. Voltage travels from the level sensor via row 8a (6).
The program selector's row 5 (9) is closed during program. Hot and hot
water fills detergent compartment 2 with water valve Y22 (14). During other
wash programs the program selector's row 6 (10) is closed, and then cold
water fills the detergent compartment 2 with water valve Y12 (15). During
all programs hot water also fills directly into the drum with the water valve
Y24 (17) since row 2b (7) is closed during the main wash. The rows are
closed during the entire main wash which means that if the water level
during this cycle falls below the level sensor's present level, water will refill.
Rinse
During rinse cycles, row 3a (1) is closed which means that water fills to high
level. Row 4a (5) is closed and valve Y11 (13) fills detergent compartment
1 with cold water. Row 6b (8) is also closed which means that if shackle P
(11) on the parent card is closed, valve Y24 (17) receives voltage and
warm water fills directly into the drum. For the fourth rinse, row 2a closes as
well so that valve Y13 (16) can flush away any conditioner used from
compartment 3.
Open
Start
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 3
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 2
Drain/
Spin
Drain
Rinse 1
Drain
Cool
Drain/
Tumbling
Mainwash
Prewash
Rinse 4 Spin
down
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Prerinse
2a Valve rinse 4
Drain
Sequence diagram
2b Valve prerinse+prewash
3a N2 prerinse, rinse 1-4
3b N1 prewash, mainwash
4a Valve PR+CD+R 1-4
4b Valve prewash
5a N2 prewash
6a Valve mainwash
30''
3''
2'
Off/Start
(30'')
30''
P+
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ T+
3'
1'
1'
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+ 1'
1'
1'
1'
4'
1'
1'
1'
1'
2'
T- 1'
1'
L+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
30''
6b Valve rinse 1-4
8a Valve mainwash
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Parent card
12
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12
B = Power supply, see function diagram
"Power supply and start"
B
A:4
(1) Timer row 3
a : N2 prerinse, rinse 1-4
b : N1 prewash, mainwash
Timer
3
b
a
5
a
15
(2) Timer row 5a
N2 prewash
1
6
6
1
(3) Shackle N
shackle closed: only high water level
shackle cut-off: low and high water level
11
21
16
A
12
Parent
card
N
X79
X179
Level control
(4) Level control
B1 p<
12 14
X179
X79
22 24
4
5
3
2
3
2
4
5
Parent card
F = voltage supply to timer motor, see
section "Programmer supply"
14
6
A
Timer
F
(5) Timer row 4
a:Valve PR+CD+R 1-4 b:Valve prewash
4
a
b
(6) Timer row 8a
Valve mainwash
8
a
(7) Timer row 2
a:Valve rinse 4 b:Valve prerinse+prewash
2
a
b
6
a
X82
X182
7
5
3
5
Prog.
select5
a
A:9 A:7
X82
b
9
6
8
1
4
2
X182
(9) Program selector row 5
(10) Program selector row 6
S5
6
S5
a
P
7
a
C
(8) Timer row 6
a:Valve mainwash b:Valve rinse 1-4
14
4
3
X76:5
X78:3
X76:3
S5 Prog.
(11) Shackle P
shackle closed: warm rinse water
(not prog. Cold)
shackle cut-off: cold rinse water
(12) Program selector row 7
select
C:2
C:13
P-card
Y11
X76:1
X78:1
(13) Water valve Y11, compartment 1, cold
Y22
(14) Water valve Y22, compartment 2, hot
Y12
(15) Water valve Y12, compartment 2, cold
Program Selector
Y13
(16) Water valve Y13, compartment 3, cold
Y24
X76:6
5
1
2
3
4
6 7
Cold
Warm
Hot
Perm. press
X78:4
Parent card
X76:2
X76:4
X78:2
(17) Water valve Y24, drum, hot
A:2
Timer
K51
(18) Relay, timer rapid advance
A:3
Parent card
C
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"Power supply and start"
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Drain
The drain valve closes when the control valve Y1 (2) is activated (if the cold
water tap is open).
The valve will not close until the door is locked (this is when point B
receives voltage, see section "Power supply and Start"). Control valve Y1 is
controlled by 16a (1) which itself is closed when drain valve 2 should be
closed.
Open
Start
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 3
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 2
Drain/
Spin
Drain
Rinse 1
Drain
Cool
down
Mainwash
(30'')
30''
P+
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ T+
3'
1'
1'
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+ 1'
1'
1'
1'
4'
1'
1'
1'
1'
2'
T- 1'
1'
L+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
30''
Prewash
30''
3''
2'
Off/Start
Drain/
Tumbling
Rinse 4 Spin
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Prerinse
16a Drain valve
Drain
Sequence diagram
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Parent card
B
B
12
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12
= Power supply, see function diagram
"Power supply and start".
A:4
Timer
(1) Timer row 16a
Drain valve
16
a
X84:2
Y1
(2) Valve, drain
X84:1
Timer
A:3
Parent card
C
D
= Power supply, see function diagram
"Power supply and start"
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12. Function Sequences
Type Edition Page
Programmer advance
The timer motor advances in the following way:
From timer rows
Rows 9a (1) and 11a (3) are closed during all drain and spin cycles. They
are also closed during the first of the wash and rinse cycles when water is
filling.
From level sensor
When water fills to the correct level, the level sensor's contact changes
over and point F in the diagram receives voltage (see section on "Water
filling"). During those cycles when timer rows 9a (1) and 11a (3) are open,
the level sensor controls the advance of the timer motor. As a result, if
water does not fill to the correct level, the timer will stop.
At program rapid advance
Contact K51 (2) closes when the program is rapid advanced so that the
motor always receives voltage.
At heating
At stages 8, 17, 27, the programmer advances switches off internally in the
timer even if the motor is still energised. Stages 8 and 17 are used for
heating water. Machines without heating rapid advance past this stage (see
section "Rapid advance, program selection").
Open
Start
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 3
Drain/
Spin
Rinse 2
Drain/
Spin
Cool
down
Drain
Rinse 1
Drain
Drain
Sequence diagram
Drain/
Tumbling
Rinse 4 Spin
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
Prerinse
Prewash
Mainwash
9a. M21 direct
30''
3''
2'
Off/Start
1'
1'
2'
T- 1'
1'
L+ 1'
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
L+ 1'
30''
30''
P+ 1'
1'
L+ 1'
1'
3'
3''
L+ 27''
30''
(30'')
30''
P+
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ T+
3'
1'
1'
L+ 1'
3''
27''
30''
P+ 3'
T+ 1'
1'
1'
1'
4'
1'
1'
11a. M21 direct/level 0
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A
F
11
A
B
4
17
12
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12
A B F = Power supply. Points A and B,
see function diagram "Power supply and Start".
Point E, see function diagram "Water filling".
(1) Timer row 9a
M21 direct
a
9
X83:5
(2) Relay K51, Timer rapid advance
X83:6
K51
a
11
(3) Timer row 11a
M21 direct/level 0
(4) Timer motor M21
M
M21
A:1
D
D = Power supply, see function diagram
"Power supply and Start"
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12. Function Sequences
9010
1
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12
General
This chapter describes a mahcine with the wash program P03CH. The
machine has an electromechanical programmer, hot and cold water
connection, without heating and wash programs for laundrettes, coin-ops
etc.
To facilitate fault-tracing in the machine electronics, the circuit diagram is
divided into funcitonal sequences. The following sequences are described
in this chapter:
• Power supply and start, machines without coin meter ......... 2
• Power supply and start, machines with coin meter .............. 4
• Safety lock ............................................................................ 6
• Rapid advance and program selection ................................. 8
• Motor control ...................................................................... 10
• Water filling ........................................................................ 12
• Drain ................................................................................... 16
• Programmer advance ......................................................... 20
Contact designations
Drain
Start/Coinm. valve
Cold water
Hot water
Optional
switches
Lamp
Motor
relay
Short-circuit
bridges
Power
Level switch
Program
selector
Door lock
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Power supply and start, machines without coin
meter
Some control circuits do not receive voltage until the door and lock switch
S3 (3) are closed (point B ). Others receive voltage even when the door is
open (point A ). These feed points recur in other function diagrams.
The same conditions apply for feed points C and D . Point C does not
receive voltage until a switch S4 (9) in the safety lock delay unit is closed
(i.e. door is locked). Point D receives voltage even when the door is open.
Start
When a program is completed, the machine stops at progam stage 53 and
the door can be opened.
The door must be closed for the machine to start.
It is only when the door is closed that row 11a (5) receives voltage. When
S6 is pressed to start a new program, the coil for rapid advance (8)
receives voltage since row 11a (5) is closed at stage 51.
At stage 52 the timer stops until S6 is released. The timer then advances to
stage 1 (row 15a (6) is closed at stage 52) and the wash program begins.
This design prevents accidental excess rapid advance of the timer when
starting
Program advance
By holding down S6 the timer can be advanced past different wash cycles
(row 4a (4) is closed in stages 1-45).
Sequence diagram
4a. Rapid advance
11a. Start
15a. Rapid advance
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(1) F1 Fuse
(2) S1 Switch On – Off
(3) S3 Switch door
A
B : Power supply to other functions
(4) Timer row 4 a
Rapid advance
(5) Timer row 11 a
Start
(6) Timer row 15 a
Rapid advance
(7) S6 Switch Start + K51
(8) K51 Coil for timer advance
(9) S4 Switch Doorlock
C
D : Power supply to other functions
(10) S1 Switch On – Off
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Power supply and start, machine with coin meter
Some control circuits do not receive voltage until the door and lock switch
S3 (3) are closed (point B ). Others receive voltage even when the door is
open (point A ). These feed points recur in other function diagrams.
The same conditions apply for feed points C and D . Point C does not
receive voltage until a switch S4 (9) in the safety lock delay unit is closed
(i.e. door is locked). Point D receives voltage even when the door is open.
Start
When a program is completed, the machine stops at program stage 51 and
the door can be opened.
The door must be closed for the machine to start. It is only when the door is
closed that the row 11a (5) receives voltage. When correct number of coins
have been inserted into the coin-meter, a contact (7) in the coin-meter is
closed and the coil for rapid advance (8) recieves voltage (row 11a (5) is
closed in stage 51).
At stage 52 row 11a is released but the timer advances to stage 1 since
row 15a (6) is closed at stage 52. This design always feeds the timer to
stage 1 and directly start the wash program when correct number of coins
have been inserted.
Sequence diagram
4a. Rapid advance
11a. Start
15a. Rapid advance
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(1) Fuse
(2) Switch On – Off
(3) Switch door
A
B : Power supply to other functions
(4) Timer row 4 a
Rapid advance
(5) Timer row 11 a
Start
(6) Timer row 15 a
Rapid advance
(7) Coin meter
(8) Coil for timer advance
(9) Switch Doorlock
C
D : Power supply to other functions
(10) Switch On – Off
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Safety Lock
The machine can not be started until the door is closed (point ( B ) in the
diagram does not receive voltage until the door is closed, see sequence
diagram "Power supply and start"). When the start button on the machine is
pressed, or the correct number of coins are inserted into the coin meter, the
timer advances to stage 1. Row 9b (1) then closes and the solenoid which
locks the door (4) receives voltage.
When the lock piston has locked the door, S4 (7) closes and point C
receives voltage. It is only then that the drum can begin to revolve and
water begin to fill.
At program stage 1, row 11b (3) closes up which means that the bimetal
spring in the delay unit heats up. Once the spring is heated, the delay unit
holds the door locked.
Row 11b is closed during the entire wash program. In the case of a power
failure, it takes > 2 minutes for the bi-metal spring has cooled down and the
door to open. This is a security measure that guarantees the drum has
ample time to stop and that water can drain (the drain valve opens
automatically in the event of a power failure).
During the last phase of the tumble cycle (program stage 49-50) row 11b
(3) opens. When the program is completed (program stage 50), row 15b (2)
closes and the solenoid which opens the lock (5) withdraws the lock piston
so that the door can be opened immediately. This program stage lasts 2
minutes. In this time plus the time in stage 49 the bi-metal spring in the
door lock have time to cool down so that the door does not lock when row
15b opens in stage 51.
Sequence diagram
9b. Door solenoid close
11b. Door lock
15b. Door solenoid open
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B : Power supply, see function diagram
"Power supply and start"
(1) Timer row 9 b
Door solenoid – close
(2) Timer row 15 b
Door solenoid – open
(3) Timer row 11 b
Door lock
(4) Door solenoid close
(5) Door solenoid open
(6) Coil delay unit
(7) S4 Switch delay unit
C
and D = Power supply, see function
diagram "Power supply and start"
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Rapid advance, program selection
Program Permanent Press
When program Permanent Press is used, row 3 (10) and 4 (9) of the
program selector are closed which means that rows 3a (3) rapid advances
the timer in step 43-45 and row 1b (2) in step 17-19, which means shorter
final extraction and no cool down.
Program Cold and Hot
In these programs row 4 (9) of the program selector is closed, which means
that cool down is cut out when row 1b (2) rapid advances the timer in step
17-19.
If door is opened
If by any reason the door should be opened during operation, switch S3 (8)
is closed and the timer rapid advances to step 50 because row 2a (14) is
closed.
Shackles
The machine is supplied with two shackles mounted on the parent card,
contact X77. The shackles have the following function:
X77:3-4 (7)
Shackle closed:
Schackle cut off:
No cool down after main wash
Cool down after main wash
X77:5/6 (2) (see: "Water filling")
Shackle closed:
High water level in pre-wash and main wash
Shackle cut off:
Low water livel in pre-wash and main wash
Switch S12-S14 (Option)
The three switches S12, S13 and S14 give more possibilities to vary the
program and can be ordered separately from your dealer. The following
parts will be cut out if the switches are closed:
Switch/
Shackle
Step
Part
Row
S12 (11)
Step 43-45
3 min shorter final extraction
3a (3)
S13 (12)
Step 22-27
No first rinse
9a (4)
S14 (13)
Step 11-6
No pre-wash
16a (5)
Sequence diagram
1b. Rapid adv. Cood down
2a. Rapid adv. Open door
3a. Rapid adv. Short spin
9a. Rapid adv. 1st rinse
15a. Rapid advance
16a. Rapid adv. Prewash
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A
B F = Power supply, see
functions diagram "Power supply
and start", F see functions
diagram "Water filling"
(1) Timer row 15 a
Rapid advance
(2) Timer row 1 b
Rapid adv. Cool down
(3) Timer row 3 a
Rapid adv. Short spinn
(4) Timer row 9 a
Rapid adv. 1:st rinse
(5) Timer row 16 a
Rapid adv. Pre wash
(6) S6 Switch Start + K51
(7) Shackle X77:3-4 shackle
closed: no cool down
shackle cut-off: cool down
(8) S3 Switch Door
(9) Timer row 4
(10) Timer row 3
Switches S12 – S14 : Option
(11) Switch S12 Short spinn
(12) Switch S13 No first rinse
(13) Switch S14 No pre wash
(14) Timer row 2 a
Rapid adv. Open door
Program Selector
(15) K51 Coil for timer rapid advance
D = Power supply, see functions
diagram "Power supply and start"
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Motor control
Normal Action (12 second rotation - 3 second pause)
Row 3b (1) is closed when the motor is running with normal action. From
row 3b the voltage is supplied to row 24b (2). This row is located in the
timer's built-in reserver, where each stage lasts 3 seconds. Row 24b
switches over at normal speed (12 seconds on, 3 seconds off, 12 seconds
on etc.) and controls contactor K1 (4) which activates the motor wash
winding.
Row 21 a-b and 23 a-b (11) switches two of the incoming phases so that
the motor is reversing.
Spin
During the spin cycle, row 16b (3) activates spin contactor K4 (5). At the
same time K4:21-22 (6) de-energises K1, so that the wash speed winding
and extract winding of the motor can not be connected at the same time.
Sequence diagram
3b. Wash action
16b. Spin
21a.
21b.
23a.
23b.
24b.
Action right
Action left
Action right
Action left
Normal action
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= Power supply, see functions diagram
"Power supply and start"
(1) Timer row 3 b
Wash action
(2) Timer row 24 b
Normal action
F = Power supply, see function diagram
"Water filling"
(3) Timer row 16 b
Spin
(4) K1 Contactor coil
Wash
(5) K4 Contactor coil
Spin
(6) K4 Contactor
Spin
(7) F2 Overheat protection
(8) K51 Relay, program rapid advance
C = Power supply, see function diagram
"Power supply and start"
(9) K1 Contactor
Wash
(10) K4 Contactor
Spin
(11) Timer row 21 and 23
action right, action left
(12) M1 Motor, Wash and spin action
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Water filling
Prewash
During the prewash cycle row 13a (1) is closed. Row 14a (6) is closed
which means that cold water fills detergent compartment 1 with water valve
Y11 (9).
Row 1 (5) in the program selectros is closed in program Warm, Hot and
Permanent Press. In these programs water is filled directly into the drum
from valve Y24 (17) as row 10b (8) is closed. All rows is closed during the
entire prewash. If water level during prewash falls below the level sensor's
preset level, water will refill (see chapter 26 on Level Detection).
Main wash
During the main wash row 13a (1) is closed. Row 5b (7) and 10a (8) are
closed during main wash. Row 2 (4) and 1 (5) of the program selector
control which of the water valves shall fill water:
• In program Cold only cold water is filled through compartment 2 with
valve Y12 (11).
• In program Permanent Press and Warm both hot and cold water is filled
with valve Y12 (11) and Y22 (13).
• In program Hot only hot water is filled with valve Y22 (13).
The rows 5b (7) and 10a (8) are closed during the whole main wash and if
the water level is decreasing the machine will fill up again to correct level.
Rinse
During the rinses rows 13b (1) and 5a (7) are closed, which gives water
filling with cold water through compartment 2 to high level with valve Y12
(11). During rinse No. 3 row 14b (b) is also closed so that valve Y13 (10)
can flush down rinsing agent in compartment 3.
Open
Start
Sequence diagram
Cool
Drain/
Drain/
Mainwash
Rinse 3
Prewash Drain
Drain
Spin
Tumbling
Rinse 2 Spin
down Drain Rinse 1 Spin
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52
5a Inlet valve Y12
5b Inlet valve Y12
10a Inlet valve Y22
10b Inlet valve Y24
13a Level 1
13b Level 2
30''
30''
30''
30''
30''
120''
30''
30''
3''
27''
30''
30''
120''
Off/Start
30''
30''
30''
3''
27''
30''
P2+ 30''
30''
30''
30''
3''
27''
P2+ 30''
30''
30''
3''
27''
P2+ 30''
P2+ 120''
30''
P1+ 120''
30''
30''
3''
27''
30''
P1+ 120''
30''
30''
30''
30''
30''
30''
14b Inlet valve Y13
3''
(27)''
14aInlet valve Y11
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B
(1) Timer row 13
a: Level 1
b: Level 2
13
a
b
X77
5
(2) Shackle X77:5-6
shackle closed: only high water level
shackle cut-off: low and high water level
6
1
6
6
1
11
21
12 14
22 24
X179
Level
control
B1 p<
X179
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B = Power supply, see function
diagram ''Power Supply and Start''
Timer
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2
3
2
4
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E
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F
6
(3) B1 Level control
Pogram
selector
X181
1
a
(4) Timer row 2
S5
2
E
F = voltage supply to other
function sequences
a
S5
(5) Timer row 1
1
14
a
b
X81
3
2
4
5
X181
(7) Timer row 5
a: Inlet valve Y12
b: Inlet valve Y12
b
a
5
Timer
b
X72
6
2
3
(6) Timer row 14
a: Inlet valve Y11
b: Inlet valve Y13
X73
10
a
1
(8) Timer row 10
a: Inlet valve Y22
b: Inlet valve Y24
4
Y11
(9) Y11 Water valve, cold, detergent 1
Y13
(10) Y13 Water valve, cold, detergent 3
Y12
(11) Y12 Water valve, cold, detergent 2
Y24
(12) Y24 Water valve, hot, drum
Y22
(13) Y22 Water valve, hot, detergent 2
Program selector
X72
5
1
4
1 2
1
2
3
4
Cold
Warm
Hot
Perm. press
X73
K51
C
2
3
(14) K51 Relay, timer rapid advance
(15) C = Power supply, see function
diagram ''Power Supply and Start''
Timer
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Drain
The drain valve closes when the control valve Y1 (2) is activated (if the cold
water tap is open).
The valve will not close until the door is locked (this is when point C
receives voltage, see section ''Power supply and Start''). Control valve Y1 is
controlled by row 6b (1) which itself is closed when drain valve 2 should be
closed.
Open
Start
Sequence diagram
30''
30''
30''
30''
30''
120''
30''
30''
3''
27''
30''
30''
120''
Off/Start
30''
30''
30''
3''
27''
30''
P2+ 30''
30''
30''
30''
3''
27''
P2+ 30''
30''
30''
3''
27''
P2+ 30''
P2+ 120''
30''
P1+ 120''
30''
30''
3''
27''
30''
P1+ 120''
30''
30''
30''
30''
30''
30''
6b Drain valve
3''
(27)''
Cool
Drain/
Drain/
Mainwash
Rinse 3
Prewash Drain
Drain
Spin
Tumbling
Rinse 2 Spin
down Drain Rinse 1 Spin
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52
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B
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''Power Supply and Start.''
(1) Timer row 6b
Drain valve
b
X71:1
Y1
(2) Y1 Drain valve
X71:2
C
Timer
C
= Power supply, see function diagram
''Power Supply and Start''
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Programmer advance
The timer motor advances in the following way:
From timer
Rows 1a (1) is closed during all drain and spin cycles. They are also closed
during the first part of the wash and rinse cycles when water is filling.
From level sensor
When water fills to the correct level, the level sensor's contact changes
over and point E in the diagram receives voltage (see section on ''Water
filling''). During those cycles when timer row 1a (1) is open, the level sensor
controls the advance of the timer motor. As a result, it water dows not fill to
the correct level, the timer will stop.
At program rapid advance
Contact K51 (2) closes when the program is rapid advanced so that the
motor always receives voltage.
Open
Start
Sequence diagram
Cool
Drain/
Drain/
Mainwash
Rinse 3
Drain
Spin
Tumbling
Rinse 2 Spin
down Drain Rinse 1 Spin
8
9
11
12
17
25
27
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
10
13 14 15 16
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52
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Prewash
Drain
30''
30''
30''
30''
30''
120''
30''
30''
3''
27''
30''
30''
120''
Off/Start
30''
30''
30''
3''
27''
30''
P2+ 30''
30''
30''
30''
3''
27''
P2+ 30''
30''
30''
3''
27''
P2+ 30''
P2+ 120''
30''
P1+ 120''
30''
30''
3''
27''
30''
P1+ 120''
30''
30''
30''
30''
30''
30''
3''
(27)''
1a.Timermotor direct
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A E = Power supply. Point A, see function
diagram ''Power Supply and Start''. Point B, see
function diagram ''Water filling''.
(1) Timer row 1a
Timermotor direct
1
a
M
D
K51
(2) Relay K51, Timer rapid advance
M21
(3) M21 Timer motor M21
D = Power supply, see function diagram
''Power Supply and Start''.
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Components
P5
Fig.
Program selector for wash program.
1
The selector must be set to a program position in order for the machine to
start - the selector functions as a switch.
P1
Timer - controls the program sequences according to program
schedule. Reverser is built in to the timer
K1
Relay, wash speed
K4
Relay, spin speed
K21 Relay, heating
S6
Push button unit – with two push buttons, one spring mechanised start
button and one two position button for program selection.
H1
Signal lamp – lights when the program selector is turned to a program
position. Turns off when the program selector is turned to OFF.
B1
Level switch – to monitor high and low water level. The level switch also
protects the machine from dryout and spinning with water in the machine.
B11 Thermostat – controls the wash temperature by turning off the heating
elements when desired temperature is reached.
1
B11
B1
P1
P5
H1
S6
S7
K21
K1
K4
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Fig.
P1
Electronic micro-processor controlled timer – controls the respective
program sequences according to program schedule.
K1
Relay, wash speed
K2
Relay, wash speed
K4
Relay, spin speed
1
K21 Relay, heating
S
Panel display with built-in push buttons
B1
Level switch — to monitor high and low water levels. The level sensor also
protects the machine from dryout and spinning with water in the machine.
T10 Transformer — power supply for the electronic unit. Adaptable to different
main voltages: 110 V, 208 V, 220 V, 240 V.
1
B1
T10
S
P1
K21
K1 K2
K4
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Description
The timer controls the machine’s various functions, such as water filling,
draining and heating. The machine has no independent reverser (to control
reversed motor operation) this function being built in to the programmer.
Fig.
1
The timer consists of a program selector cylinder with fixed cams which
operate closing and opening contacts. The cylinder is driven by a
synchronic motor.
By activating a built-in relay, one can quickly advance past the various
program sequences.
During water filling and heating, the synchronic motor stops which means
that the time required for these functions is not included in the programmed
wash time.
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Repair instructions
A faulty timer must be replaced.
Removal
Fig.
1. Remove the program selector knob using a 2 mm hex key.
2
2. Unplug all contacts and connections to the timer. Note how these were
mounted.
It is not necessary to disconnect other components on the component
panel. Only the timer connections should be unplugged.
3. Pull up the two metal strips supporting the component panel.
4. Fold the unit backwards and remove the program indicator disk. Unscrew
the timer binding screws and remove the timer.
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3
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Description
Fig.
The timer is electronic and consists of one circuit board. One half of the circuit
board contains microprocessors, program memory, temperature control, power
supply circuits, etc. The other half contains relays and interface suppression
circuits. The programmer has the following outputs and inputs:
1
• Outputs which, via relays, control the various machine functions, such as
motor, water valves and safety lock.
• Outputs which control the information that is to appear on the display window
mounted on the board’s other side.
• Inputs which detect which buttons are depressed on the front panel.
• Inputs which give information about the machine’s status from safety lock,
level sensor, temperature switch and coin meter, if there is one.
The programmer is controlled by the instructions stored in its program memory.
The program memory stores information about procedures, service program,
relay control, input detection, etc. In addition, the memory contains the machine’s
standard programs.
1
Service switch
left = service
X80
right = normal
X76
Temperature
Connection for
Valves
sensor
buttons, front panel
X78
X77
X79
Option Valves
Level detection
Interface
RS232
Fuse
1A/250 V
X81
Out-of-balance
switch
X83
Coin meter
S
X74
X73
Motor relays Clutch
N
X72
Door safety
lock
X71
Main voltage
to circuit
board relays
X70
Price
decrease
X82
Voltage supply
X84
Free wash
Fuse
1A/250 V
X75
Drain
Fuse
1A/250 V
Program memory
Microprocessor
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Repair instructions
In the event of a function error, check the following:
• Check that the fuse on the back side of the machine beside the power
connections strip is whole.
• Check that the voltage supplies to the electronic circuit card are OK. Measure
the voltage supply on board connector X83 between the following inputs:
- X83:1 - 3
approx. 7 V~
- X83:4 - 5
approx. 15 V~
- X83:6 - 7
approx. 13 V~
• Check the three glass pipe fuses on the circuit board (see illustration on the
preceding page). Fuse rating 1 A/250 V.
If the above points are checked and the function error remains, replace the entire
circuit board.
Removing the circuit board
1 Remove the left (seen from behind) upper protective cover from the circuit board.
2 Unscrew both of the rear brackets in the detergent dispenser and on the side
panel.
Fig.
2
3 Remove the right upper protective cover.
4 Undo the board connectors from the circuit board. Be especially careful with the
flat cable to the panel’s push buttons. Note how the connectors are mounted.
5 Undo the three quick release brackets and remove the board, pulling first straight
back so that the display window on the back side of the board cleans; then to the
side.
2
3
1
2
4
5
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1
Fig.
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The level switch is a pressure sensor controlling two
different drum water levels by sensing air pressure
in a hose connected to the drum’s bottom. When the
water rises in the drum and hose, the air in the hose
compresses and, at two preset pressure levels
(shut-off levels), two different alternating contacts in
the pressure sensor are activated.
When the water drains from the drum, the contacts
switch back to original position, but now at lower
water levels than was required to activate the
contacts when the drum was being filled. These
levels are called minimum levels. If the water level
during washing falls below the minimum level, water
will be added until the shut-off level is again
reached.
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Control and fault tracing
All level sensors are factory-set for the various
machines. As a rule, this setting should not be
changed. For that reason, the level controls are
sealed with enamel paint.
2
Low level
High level
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3
1
6
2
A faulty level switch can not be repaired and should
be replaced.
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IMPORTANT!
The machine guarantee ceases to be valid if
the level sensor is tampered with.
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Water level check
Fig.
2
Start the machine and select a standard program.
Check low water level for prewash and main wash
according to the illustration. Advance the program
using the START button and check high water level
for rinsing.
High level (70 and 100 litres)
Water level is too high
• Check that the hose connecting the level switch
and the drain valve is not obstructed. When
necessary and when the machine is empty of
water, clean the hose by disconnecting it from the
level switch and blowing air through it.
Break level
Make level
90
130
Low level (70 and 100 litres)
• Check the hose for holes which can be caused
by the hose rubbing against the pulley.
• Overfilling can also be caused by burnt contacts
in the level switch. If this is the case, replace the
level switch.
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Brake level
Make level
180
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High level (160 litres)
200
Break level
Make level
High level (230 litres)
245
Low level (160 litres)
Break level
Make level
150
250
Break level
Make level
295
Low level (230 litres)
170
Break level
Make level
Machine does not fill with water
• Check the level switch function by:
- connecting a meter between the contact pins
- disconnect the hose from the drain valve
- blow air carefully through the hose and
monitor the meter contact functions.
• Insufficient water filling can also be caused by
burnt contacts in the level switch. If this is the
case, replace the level switch.
220
230
3
Level screw
high level
Hysteresis screw
high level
Replacing the level switch
• Blow through the hose to clean it before the new
level switch is installed.
• There may not be water in the machine during
installation.
Adjustment of level switch
Hysteresis screw
low level
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Level screw
low level
The machine guarantee ceases to be valid if the
level switch sealant is broken without manufacturer
permission. After adjustments are made, the sensor
should be resealed.
The level sensor has two adjustment screws for
high water level and two for low level. For each
level, the screws have the following functions:
Fig.
3
• level screw
raise (clockwise adjustment) or lower transition
point for both minimum and shut-off level.
Make sure that these screws are not turned too
far counter-clockwise or else the springs under
the screws will loosen and the level sensor will
become nonfunctional.
• hysteresis screw
increase (clockwise adjustment) or decrease the
distance between the minimum level and the
shut-off level. The shut-off level is not changed
during this adjustment.
Always adjust the shut-off level first using the level
screw and then adjust the minimum level using the
hysteresis screw.
Break
level
Make level
Level screw
Hysteresis
screw
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27. Thermostat
Data
1
Range off-on
approx. 4°C
Max. temperature for sensor
150°C
Sensor medium
Liquid
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Description
Fig.
1
Fig.
2
The thermostat monitors the temperature while the
machine carries out a program. The heating
element contactor is controlled using open and
closed contacts.
The thermostat sensor is located at the lowest
point of the outer drum to the left of the heating
element. A liquid-filled cable (capillary tube) runs
from the sensor to the thermostat, located in the
automatic control unit. The water temperature
controls the liquid expansion and thereby the
activation of the various thermostat contacts.
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Temperature selection (contact selection) (90°C,
60°C, 40°C or 30°C) is controlled by the
programmer and the program selector.
Repair instructions
X172
B11
All thermostats are factory-set for the various
machines. As a rule, this setting should not be
changed. For that reason, the thermostats are
sealed with enamel paint.
3
4
11
30°
12
X172
N.B! The machine guarantee ceases to be
valid if the thermostat is tampered with.
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6
40°
22
21
24
5
2
60°
32
31
34
90°
42
41
44
1
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Replacing the thermostat
• Remove the front panel and pull out the
thermostat sensor.
2
• Undo the capillary tube strapping and replace
the thermostat. Install the new capillary tube in
the same way as the old one.
Element
Thermostat sensor
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29. Door and Safety Locking Device
Door
Fig.
1
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The door is mounted on a special anchor plate
which sits on the machine’s outer drum. The door
glass is fitted in the door with only a door seal
which also is tightly fit directly against the outer
drum when the door is closed. The glass is not
glued-coated making it easy to replace.
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Anchor plate
Door glass Door seal
Door seal leakage
Fig.
2
If the seal is not torn or damaged in some other
way, the cause of the leakage could be decreased
elasticity of the seal. Place a 4-7 mm sized O-ring
around the entire seal in the seal slit (see
illustration).
Safety lock
Door
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If the leakage persists, change the seal.
O-ring
Safety lock
Fig.
3
The safety lock is mounted on a circuit card with a
contact for quick connection. The following is on the
circuit card:
• the lock plate against which the safety lock knob
locks the door.
• the microswitch which indicates that the door is
closed.
• a lock unit which keeps the door from opening
when the machine is in operation. This unit
consists of:
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Solenoid
- a double functioning solenoid
- a delay unit with a bimetal spring
- a lock bolt which can be controlled by both
the solenoid and the delay unit.
- a catch which keeps the lock bolt from locking
when the door is open. The catch also
controls a microswitch.
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Delay unit
Lockplate Lock bolt
Catch
Microswitch
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29. Door and Safety Locking Device
Function
When the door is closed, the microswitch trips and
indicates to the timer that the door is closed.
When the machine starts, the solenoid locks the
lock knob by drawing the lock bolt into closed
position. A microswitch in the delay unit is
controlled by the lock bolt and indicates that the
lock bolt is in closed position. Only when this signal
is received does the drum start to rotate and water
begin to fill the drum.
When the wash program is completed, the solenoid
releases the lock bolt and the safety lock can be
opened without any delay. The solenoid remains
energized for approx. two minutes so that the
bimetal spring in the delay unit can cool-down and
not re-lock the door when the solenoid deenergizes.
If a power failure occurs during a wash cycle, the
delay unit keeps the door locked for approx. two
minutes allowing the drum to stop rotating and the
water to drain (the drain valve opens automatically
in the case of a power failure).
Fault tracing
If the solenoid does not lock the door:
• Check that there is voltage reaching the right coil
in the solenoid. Measure the voltage supply to
the coil to check for possible power failure.
• Check that the lock bolt runs smoothly (the door
must be closed) and that the solenoid plunger
does not jam.
The door remains locked longer than approx. two
minutes:
• Check that there is voltage to the left coil in the
magnet. Measure the voltage supply to the coil
to check for possible power failure.
Other possible reasons for faults:
• Faulty microswitch
• Faulty switch in delay unit
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Manual
N.B!
The safety lock is an important
safety component and may not be
repaired. In case of faulty
functioning, the entire safety lock
should be replaced.
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30. Motor
Motor runs slowly
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4
The motor is probably only running on two phases
(applies to three phase machines).
• Check that the voltage supply to the motor is
correct.
• Remove the quick connector and check for open
motor windings or a short circuit.
Motor is very noisy or stalls
1
• Faulty bearings — replace the motor or bearing
(for motor replacement, see below).
Removing the motor
Fig.
4
2
1 Remove the drain valve from the shaft by lifting it
up.
2 Remove the tensioner.
3 Remove the quick connector to the motor.
4 Unscrew the two screws which hold the shaft in
place. Pull the shaft towards the front of the
machine so that the bracket guide pins release.
5 Remove the motor from the shaft. Use soap
solution if the rubber bushings are resistant.
4
3
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34. Inlet Valve, Water
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Data
Capacity at 300 kPa
300 litres/min
Operating limits
40-1000 kPa
Coil
Description
Armature
The valve is electromagnetically operated and has
a rubber diaphragm as its opening and closing
element. The valve utilises the water pressure
when opening and closing.
When the electromagnetic is de-energised, the
valve is closed.
The water pressure acts through the pilot pressure
opening on the top of the rubber diaphragm.
Because the water pressure is acting on a relatively
larger area on the top of the diaphragm than on the
bottom (part of the underside of the daphragm is in
contact with the outlet of the valve, where there is
no prssure) the water pressure from below is
insufficient to lift the diaphragm, so that the
diaphragm forms a seal against the valve seat.
When the magnet is energised, the opening from
the top of the diaphragm to the outlet of the valve is
opened. Since the diameter of this opening is
greater than that of the pilot opening, the diameter
of which is limited by the balancing nozzle, the
pressure on the top of the diaphragm falls. The
water pressure on the bottom of the diapragm can
then lift the diaphragm and open the valve.
Compression
spring
Diaphragm
Balancing
nozzle
Outlet
Inlet
Valve body
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Coil
Rubber diaphragm Compression Spring
Armature
Balancing
nozzle
Pilot pressure duct
Duct to valve outlet
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34. Inlet Valve, Water
Repair instruction
Valve operation gradually gets worse
Needle
Hot water with high lime content cause scale
deposits in the balancing nozzle of the valve. Clean
the nozzle as follows:
• Shut off the water.
• Unscrew the nozzle and clean it with a needle or
similar. A nozzle marked with one ring around
the head of the screw has a bore diameter of 0.5
mm and a nozzle with two rings has a bore
diameter of 0.8 mm. The diameter of the needle
used to clean the nozzle must not be greater
than the bore diameter.
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• Re-fit the nozzle.
• Turn on the water, check operation and check
for leaks.
• If this does not help, check that the inlet filter of
the pilot channel is not blocked.
Where the water is very hard, i.e. contains a high
lime content, it is recommended that the 0.5 mm
nozzle should be replaced with a 0.8 mm nozzle.
Valve does not open
• Check for voltage at coil.
• Measure the resistance of the coil to check for
short circuit or open circuit.
• Dismantle the valve and check that the armature
is not binding. If necessary, clean to remove
scale, particularly in the ducts of the valve
between the top and bottom of the diaphragm.
• Remove the coil and clean the metal surfaces of
the magnet core.
Valve does not close
• Check that there is no voltage across the coil.
Normally the valve is closed when the coil is deenergised.
• Dismantle the valve and check the armature
return spring and check that the armature is not
binding. If necessary, remove limescale deposit,
particularly in the ducts of the valve between the
top and bottom of the diaphragm.
• Check the balancing nozzle in accordance with
the instructions under the heading "Valve
function gradually gets worse".
Balancing nozzle
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34. Water inlet valve
Data
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1
Max. capacity fully open
outlet
160 l/min.
inlet
20 l/min.
Working range, water pressure
0,5-10 bar
Number of outlets
1, 2, 3 or 4
Coil
Description
The valve is electromagnetically operated and has
a rubber diaphragm as its opening and closing
element. The valve utilises the water supply
pressure when opening and closing.
Fig.
1
Cover
When the valve coil is de-energized, the valve is
closed. The water pressure builds up over the
diaphragm through the diaphragm pilot pressure
opening and holds the valve closed.
Fig.
2
Compression
spring
Plunger
When the coil is energized, the plunger is pushed
up and the water pressure above the diaphragm
can be relieved through the pressure balancing
canal to the valve outlet. At that point, the water
pressure in the flow pipe can lift the diaphragm,
allowing the valve to open.
Diaphragm
Filter
There is a close-meshed filter which filters
polutants in the inlet pipe. The filter is easily
removable for cleaning.
In the outlet, a throttle adjusts the water flow to the
machine requirements.
Outlet
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Coil
Compression spring
Plunger
Pressure equalizing canal
Pilot pressure opening
Cover
Valve disc
Diaphragm
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34. Water inlet valve
Repair instructions
3
Lime deposits can block the valve diaphragm hole
and prevent the valve from functioning properly.
It is therefore a good idea to take apart and clean
the valve regularly depending on operation
conditions and the degree of polutants and lime
content present in the water.
Valve does not open
• Check that there is voltage supply to the coil.
• Measure the voltage supply to the coil to check
for a possible power failure or short circuit.
• Take apart the valve and check the valve
diaphragm openings.
• Check the inlet filter and clean it when
necessary.
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4
• Remove the coil and clean the coil core
surfaces.
Valve does not close
Special tool
• Check that there is no voltage across the coil.
Normally the valve is closed when the coil is not
energized.
• Check the return spring.
• Check the diaphragm (pilot pressure opening).
Dismantling of the valve
Fig.
3
1. Carefully pry off the valve coil using a screw
driver.
0906
Fig.
4
Fig.
5
2. Turn and lift the valve cover using a special tool
and a wrench. (The special tool is attached to
one of the machine’s water hoses upon
delivery.)
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Description
Fig.
1
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38. Drain valve
The drain valve utilises the water pressure in the
cold water inlet to close the valve. A hose (1)
connects the water inlet and the control valve (2).
When the control valve is activated, it opens and
allows water to pass through the supply main (3)
which is connected to the drain valve. The water
pushes up a rubber diaphragm (4) and a piston (5)
by means of a pressure plate (6) which closes the
rubber diaphragm (7) on the valve.
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3
2
1
9
When the control valve shuts off the water pressure
leading to the drain valve, the springs (8) pull back
the piston. The return water passes through the
control valve to the drain via the return hose and is
drained (9).
Fault tracing
Drain valve does not close
7
Check that:
• there is voltage supply to the control valve (2).
• hoses and control valve are not blocked. This is
done by disconnecting the supply main (3) to the
drain valve and activating the control valve.
6
8
• the rubber diaphragm (4) is ok.
• the piston (5) is not jammed.
Drain valve does not open
5
4
Check that:
• the return hose (9) is not blocked.
G115
• the piston (5) is not jammed.
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Description
353
352
1
3
5
2
4
6
K21
354
Fault tracing
L3
L2
356
2
L1
355
Fig.
40
1
The three machine elements are located at the
bottom of the outer drum and are accessible from
the front of the machine. They are switched on by a
heating contactor (K2) which is controlled by the
timer, level sensor and thermostat.
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Fig.
6
40. Heating
Warm up time is unusually long
• Use a multimeter to check whether any of the
elements is burnt out. To access the elements,
remove the front panel of the machine.
1
357
• Lime deposits can reduce the output of the
elements. Remove the deposits when
necessary. Use the deliming agent in
accordance with supplier instructions.
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L1
• On element, unscrew the nut on the middle
screw and turn the screw a quarter turn
counterclockwise. The dolly on the inner side of
the element is turned at the same time allowing
the element to be disconnected.
353
352
1
3
5
2
4
6
1
2
356
K21
355
• No the positions of the connections and
disconnect those connections to the element.
L3
L2
351
• Shut-off the main switch and make sure that
there is no electrical supply to the machine.
354
Replacing the element
3
2
3
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• Place the new element in position, turn the
screw a quarter turn clockwise and tighten the
nut. Restore connections to the element.
• Fill the machine and check that there is no
leakage at the element.
2
Element
Thermostat sensor
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Description
Fig.
1
The coin meter, which is of the Greenwald type,
consists of:
• Coin slot, single or double – for one or several
insertions.
• Cassette
• Coin box with lock
• Counter unit
• Mechanism
Alternative 1: relay mechanism for
programme connected coin
meters.
Alternative 2: timer motor, for time
connected coin meter.
Coin slot
Coin box
The time connected coin meter (alternative 2) is
supplied with a standard timer wheel. This is easily
replaced to provide the required time.
Alternative 1: Programme connected coin meter
When the coin slot with a coin or token is pushed
in, the slot actuates a relay mechanism which starts
the machine's timer and advances the timer to the
start position thus starting the washing program.
The relay is actuated throughout the washing
programme and switches off when the timer has
returned to position 0. After this a new coin
insertion is required.
Coin meters for two of several coins do not provide
the start pulse until the correct number or coins or
tokens have been fed into the meter.
There is no fast forward on the machine if there is a
coin feed connected to the programme.
Cassette
Timer motor
Counter
unit
Mechanism for
programme
connected meter
Coin slot,
single or double
Mechanism
for programme
connected
meter
Microswitch
Coin box
Coin meter
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41. Coin meter
Alternative 2: Timed coin meter
(Available only on the Swedish market)
When the coin slot with coin or token is pushed in,
the slot actuates a catch which advances a wheel.
This actuates a microswitch which provides power
(phase) to the automatic unit of the machine. It is
now possible to start the machine.
The paid time has run out. The wheel is turned so
that the microswitch cuts the phase to the
automatic unit and timer motor. The washing
programme is broken and the machine is emptied
of its water.
If several coins or tokens are inserted
simultaneously the coin meter provides power to
the automatic unit for the total time that has been
paid for, regardless of whether the machine is
running or not. The time counting stops if the main
switch is switched OFF and restart when the main
switch is switched ON.
Time connected coin meters allow for the rapid
advance by means of the start button. This may be
required if a part of the programme cycle is to be
ommitted.
Altering the running time of the coin meter –
timed coin meter
• Turn the time dial manually until the V-track filts
in a cog on the black wheel.
• Carefully lift off the time dial from the shaft with a
small screwdriver.
• Install the new time dial on the shaft.
Possible faults and corrective measures
1. The machine is without power.
– Check fuses, including the operating fuse
– Check the connection cable
2. The coin meter mechanism does not function
– Check that the catch advances the wheel
– Check the return spring on the coin slot
– Check the catch in the relay mechanism (only
applicable on program connected coin meter)
3. The microswitch is not actuated by the wheel or
is defect.
– Adjust or replace the microswitch
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Description
Fig.
1
The frame is constructed of flanged plates for
stability and torsional rigidity. The drum is mounted
directly on the frame without shock-absorbing
mechanisms. For this reason, the frame should be
stably installed on a underlying foundation (see
installation instructions). The drum is mounted in
the frame surrounded by a steel plate which is
riveted to the frame.
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Steel plates
Frame
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