Alliance Laundry Systems CABINET FREESTANDING 9001889R7 Specifications

Installation/Operation/Maintenance
Washer-Extractors
Cabinet Freestanding
Refer to Page 8 for Model Identification
Original Instructions
Keep These Instructions for Future Reference.
(If this machine changes ownership, this manual must accompany machine.)
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Part No. D1590ENR2
December 2014
Table of
Contents
Safety Information..............................................................................
Explanation of Safety Messages...........................................................
Important Safety Instructions ...............................................................
Safety Decals ...................................................................................
Important Information Before Installation............................................
Transportation and Storage ..............................................................
For Installation .................................................................................
Machine Information .......................................................................
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Introduction.........................................................................................
Model Identification .............................................................................
Replacement Parts ................................................................................
Customer Service..................................................................................
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Technical Specifications .....................................................................
75/335, 90/400 and 125/520 Models Without Tilt Option ...................
180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200 Models Without Tilt Option ...........
180/800 Models With Tilt Option ........................................................
230/1000 Models With Tilt Option ......................................................
275/1200 Models With Tilt Option ......................................................
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Installation...........................................................................................
Handling, Transport and Storage..........................................................
Transport and Storage ......................................................................
Handling During Installation ...........................................................
Unpacking ........................................................................................
Space Requirements..............................................................................
Required Machine Working Conditions ..........................................
Size of a Laundry Room ..................................................................
Machine Positioning .............................................................................
Machine Anchoring ..............................................................................
75/335, 90/400 and 125/520 Models ....................................................
180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200 Models ............................................
Machine Anchoring - 90/400 and 125/520 Models
With Tilt Option .................................................................................
Machine Anchoring - 180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200
Models With Tilt Option ....................................................................
Connections ..........................................................................................
Water Connection ............................................................................
Water Consumption .........................................................................
Water Drain Connection ..................................................................
Steam Connection ............................................................................
Venting.............................................................................................
Electrical Connection.......................................................................
Liquid Soap Connection ..................................................................
Electrical Connection.......................................................................
Electronic Controller with Blue PCB and Graphical Display .........
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Putting the Machine into Service..........................................................
Models 75/335, 90/400 and 125/520 ...............................................
Models 90/400 and 125/520
with Tilt Option ..............................................................................
Models 180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200 .......................................
Checking Before Putting into Service..............................................
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Operation.............................................................................................
Symbols on the Machine ......................................................................
Hanging Control (Washers with Tilting System) ............................
Micro Microprocessor......................................................................
Before Washing ....................................................................................
Opening the Door .................................................................................
Loading the Machine with Linen..........................................................
Closing the Door...................................................................................
Program Selection.................................................................................
Wash Programs Overview ....................................................................
Add Detergent.......................................................................................
Start the Washer....................................................................................
Micro Microprocessor......................................................................
End of Wash Cycle ...............................................................................
Models with the Tilt Option - Tilting the Machine Forward
to a Position Suitable for Unloading the Linen ..............................
Models with the Tilt Option - Unloading the Linen ........................
Models with the Tilt Option - Tilting the Machine to the
Basic Position .................................................................................
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Maintenance ........................................................................................
Introduction...........................................................................................
Daily .....................................................................................................
Monthly or After 200 Working Hours..................................................
Every 3 Months or After 500 Working Hours......................................
Every 6 Months or After 1000 Working Hours....................................
Safety Vibration Switch........................................................................
Function Description - Models 75/335,
90/400 and 125/520 ........................................................................
Function Description - Models 180/800, 230/1000
and 275/1200 ..................................................................................
Sensibility Adjustment - Models 75/335, 90/400
and 125/520 ....................................................................................
Sensibility Adjustment - Models 180/800, 230/1000
and 275/1200 ..................................................................................
Lubrication............................................................................................
Lubrication Points, Quantity and Lubrication Periods Models 75/335, 90/400 and 125/520 ..............................................
Lubrication Points, Quantity and Lubrication Periods Models 180/800,
230/1000 and 275/1200 ..................................................................
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Driving Mechanism ..............................................................................
Inspection of Belt Tightness ............................................................
Belt Replacement .............................................................................
Pulley Alignment .............................................................................
Steam Filters .........................................................................................
Cleaning the Filter............................................................................
Thrust of Door Seal ..............................................................................
Adjusting on the Side of the Door Handle.......................................
Spring Unit - Models 75/335, 90/400 and 125/520 ..............................
Spring Unit - Models 180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200 ......................
Replacement Washer Fuses ..................................................................
Fuse Values ......................................................................................
Earth Leakage Trips..............................................................................
The Test Procedure ..........................................................................
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Troubleshooting Aids .........................................................................
Door Blocking ......................................................................................
Description of Door Lock Function .................................................
Lock without Tensions before the Program Start ............................
Main Switch and Emergency Stop Button are Switched On ...........
Current Failure During Operation....................................................
Unblocking the Door Lock in Case of Emergency ..........................
Error Indication Shown on Display ......................................................
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Putting the Machine out of Service ...................................................
Disconnecting the Machine ..................................................................
Machine Disposal .................................................................................
Possibility of the Machine Disposal by a Specialized Company.....
Possibility of the Machine Liquidation by Own Potential...............
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Safety Information
Explanation of Safety Messages
Precautionary statements (“DANGER,” “WARNING,”
and “CAUTION”), followed by specific instructions,
are found in this manual and on machine decals. These
precautions are intended for the personal safety of the
operator, user, servicer, and those maintaining the
machine.
DANGER
Important Safety Instructions
WARNING
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR LATER
USE. Failure to comply with the
instructions may lead to incorrect use of
the appliance, and may result in risk of fire,
bodily injuries or death and/or damage to
the laundry and/or the appliance.
W828
Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation that, if not avoided, will cause
severe personal injury or death.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, could cause severe personal
injury or death.
WARNING
Read the IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS in this manual carefully
before operating the appliance. Improper
use of the appliance may cause risk of fire,
electrical shock or serious body injuries or
death as well as serious damage to the
appliance.
W829
CAUTION
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, may cause minor or moderate
personal injury or property damage.
Additional precautionary statements (“IMPORTANT”
and “NOTE”) are followed by specific instructions.
IMPORTANT: The word “IMPORTANT” is used
to inform the reader of specific procedures where
minor machine damage will occur if the procedure
is not followed.
NOTE: The word “NOTE” is used to communicate
installation, operation, maintenance or servicing
information that is important but not hazard
related.
This English version is the original version of this
manual. Without this version, the instructions are
incomplete.
Before installation, operation and maintenance of the
machine read carefully the complete instructions,
i.e., this “Installation, maintenance and user's
manual”, “Programming manual” and “Spare parts
manual”. The Spare parts manual is not delivered with
a machine by default. You shall ask the supplier/
manufacturer to obtain Spare parts manual.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock,
serious injury or death to persons when
using your washer, follow these basic
precautions:
W023
1. Read all instructions before using the washer.
2. Install the washer according the
INSTALLATION instructions. Refer to the
EARTHING (grounding) instructions in the
INSTALLATION manual for the proper earthing
(grounding) of the washer. All connections for
water, drain, electrical power and earthing
(grounding) must comply with local codes and be
made by licensed personnel when required. It is
recommended that the machine be installed by
qualified technicians.
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3. Do not install or store the washer where it will be
exposed to water and/or weather.
4. To prevent fire and explosion, keep the area
around machine free from flammable and
combustible products. Do not add the following
substances or textiles containing traces of the
following substances to the wash water: gasoline,
kerosene, waxes, cooking oils, vegetable oils,
machine oils, dry-cleaning solvents, flammable
chemicals, thinners, or other flammable or
explosive substances. These substances give off
vapors that could ignite, explode or cause the
fabric to catch fire by itself.
5. Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be
produced in a hot water system that has not been
used for two weeks or more. HYDROGEN GAS
IS EXPLOSIVE. If the hot water system has not
been used for such a period, before using a
washing machine or combination washer-dryer,
turn on all hot water faucets and let the water
flow from each for several minutes. This will
release any accumulated hydrogen gas. The gas
is flammable, do not smoke or use an open flame
during this time.
6. To reduce the risk of an electric shock or fire, DO
NOT use an extension cord or an adapter to
connect the washer to the electrical power
source.
7. Do not allow children to play on or in the washer.
Close supervision of children is necessary when
the washer is used near children. This appliance
is not intended for use by young children or
infirm persons without supervision. Young
children should be supervised to ensure that they
do not play with the appliance. This is a safety
rule for all appliances.
8. DO NOT reach and/or climb into the tub or onto
the washer, ESPECIALLY if the wash drum is
moving. This is an imminently hazardous
situation that, if not avoided, will cause severe
personal injury or death.
9. Never operate the washer with any guards, panels
and/or parts removed or broken. DO NOT bypass
any safety devices or tamper with the controls.
10. Use washer only for its intended purpose,
washing textiles. Never wash machine parts or
automotive parts in the machine. This could
result in serious damage to the basket or tub.
11. Use only low-sudsing, no-foaming types of
commercial detergent. Be aware that hazardous
chemicals may be present. Wear hand and eye
protection when adding detergents and
chemicals. Always read and follow
manufacturer’s instructions on packages of
laundry and cleaning aids. Heed all warnings or
precautions. To reduce the risk of poisoning or
chemical burns, keep them out of the reach of
children at all times (preferably in a locked
cabinet).
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12. Do not use fabric softeners or products to
eliminate static unless recommended by the
manufacturer of the fabric softener or product.
13. Always follow the fabric care instructions
supplied by the textile manufacturer.
14. Loading door MUST BE CLOSED any time the
washer is to fill, tumble or spin. DO NOT bypass
the loading door switch by permitting the washer
to operate with the loading door open. Do not
attempt to open the door until the washer has
drained and all moving parts have stopped.
15. Be aware that hot water is used to flush the
supply dispenser. Avoid opening the dispenser lid
while the machine is running.
16. Do not attach anything to the supply dispenser’s
nozzles, if applicable. The air gap must be
maintained.
17. Do not operate the machine without the water
reuse plug or water reuse system in place, if
applicable.
18. Be sure water connections have a shut-off valve
and that fill hose connections are tight. CLOSE
the shut-off valves at the end of each wash day.
19. Keep washer in good condition. Bumping or
dropping the washer can damage safety features.
If this occurs, have washer checked by a
qualified service person.
20. DANGER: Before inspecting or servicing
machine, power supply must be turned OFF. The
servicer needs to wait for at least 10 minutes after
turning the power OFF and needs to check for
residual voltage with a voltage meter. The
inverter remains charged with high voltage for
some time after powering OFF. This is an
imminently hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, will cause severe personal injury or
death. Before starting inspection of the inverter,
check for residual voltage across main circuit
terminals + and -. This voltage must be below 30
VDC before the servicer can access the inverter
for inspection.
21. Do not repair or replace any part of the washer, or
attempt any servicing unless specifically
recommended in the user-maintenance
instructions or in published user-repair
instructions that the user understands and has the
skills to carry out. ALWAYS disconnect the
washer from electrical, power and water supplies
before attempting any service.
22. Disconnect the power by turning off the circuit
breaker or by unplugging the machine. Replace
worn power cords.
23. Before the washer is removed from service or
discarded, remove the door to the washing
compartment.
24. Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this
washer according to the manufacturer’s
instructions may result in conditions which can
produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
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Safety Information
NOTE: The WARNINGS and IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS appearing in this
manual are not meant to cover all possible
conditions and situations that may occur. Common
sense, caution and care must be exercised when
installing, maintaining, or operating the washer.
Always contact your dealer, distributor, service agent
or the manufacturer on any problems or conditions you
do not understand.
WARNING
The washer extractor is intended to be
permanently connected, it MUST be
secured mounted to a NONCOMBUSTIBLE, adequate floor structure.
NEVER install the washer on an upper
floor or over a basement without a load
support designed by a structural engineer.
W832
WARNING
This appliance must be connected to a
grounded metal, permanent wiring system,
and additionally an equipment-grounding
conductor must be run with the circuit
conductors and connected to the
equipment-grounding terminal or lead on
the appliance.
W830
WARNING
WARNING
Always disconnect the washer from the
electrical supply before attempting any
service. The washer extractor is out of
tension if the main plug is taken out or
when the main supply is disconnected.
When the main switch is turned off the
inlet terminals of the machine main switch
are still under current!
W834
In order to minimize the risk of fire,
electrical shock and injury, THIS WASHER
MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED. Never
plug in or direct-wire an appliance unless it
is properly grounded in accordance with
all local and national codes. If more
appliances are in the same location,
mutual grounding must be applied where
possible.
W835
W836
CFD822N
CFD822N
Figure 1
W831
CAUTION
WARNING
It is recommended to consult static
requirements with a static engineer to
meet the requirements of permissible
loading, vibrations and noise level in the
building.
W839
Extreme hot conditions can arise in the air
around the machine. Watch out for vapor
that escapes from the washer extractor
venting!
W835
CAUTION
Do not cover the washer extractor venting.
It serves as a vapor outlet to prevent
pressure building in the washer extractor.
W836
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Safety Decals
For Installation
WARNING
Do not remove warning signs placed on
the appliance. Observe signs and labels to
avoid personal injuries. Safety labels
appear at crucial locations on the
appliance. Failure to maintain legible
safety labels could result in injury to the
operator or service technician.
W833
WARNING
Original or identical parts must be used for
replacement in this machine. After
servicing, replace and secure all panels in
the original way. Take these measures for
continued protection against electrical
shock, injury, fire and/or property damage.
W837
Important Information Before
Installation
Transportation and Storage
IMPORTANT: In case of transportation and
storage, watch components protruding from the
contour line of machine (door locks, etc.) to avoid
injuries.
• Never push, pull or exert pressure on components
protruding from the machine contour line
(controls, door locks, etc.).
• Make sure that these components are secured so
as to avoid damages during machine
manipulation and installation.
• In case of machine transportation by the
customer, follow the manufacturer’s instructions
for transportation, handling and storage of the
product. In case of transportation of the machine
by customer, the manufacturer is not responsible
for possible damage to the machine in the course
of transportation. In case of storing the machine
in a free area, it must be protected against
mechanical damage and weather conditions.
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IMPORTANT: All connections must be performed
by qualified personnel with a proper authorization
according to this manual in compliance with local
standards
• The washer must not be installed or stored in an
area where it will be exposed to water and/or
weather. Avoid damp conditions where water or
moisture could run down the walls and covers of
the washer or cover the floor around the washer.
Do not install the washer above an open gutter.
Close any nearby gutters so that the waste water
steam cannot collect near/inside the washer.
• Any changes in the machine installation must be
approved by the dealer or manufacturer.
Otherwise, the dealer or manufacturer is not
responsible for possible injuries or damages.
Interference and changes in the machine
construction are not allowed and the
manufacturer refuses an responsibilities in such
cases.
• Define dangerous areas in the laundry room and
do not allow people to enter if the machine is in
operation.
Machine Information
• This manual comprises information for the softmount machine series 75/335, 90/400, 125/520,
180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200. Verify the
machine model according to your order and the
data plate located on the machine rear and find
corresponding information in the manual.
• The machines are controlled by electronic
controller. Find the programming instructions in
the Programming Manual.
• Additional heating can be provided by electrical
heating elements or by steam from an external
steam supply.
• Water inlets can use warm, cold, soft and cold
hard water. A machine can be equipped with
recycled discharging, dosing pumps for liquid
soaps and/or a tilting system.
• Electrical setup of the machine is indicated on the
data plate (Figure 2, pos. 11).
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Introduction
Model Identification
Information in this manual is applicable to the
following models:
HY125_MICRO
HY90_MICRO
HYN125W
HYN90W
IX180_MICRO
IX230_MICRO
IX275_MICRO
IXR180W
IXR230W
IXR275W
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IY125_MICRO
IY180_MICRO
IY230_MICRO
IY275_MICRO
IY90_MICRO
IYN090W
IYN125W
SY125_MICRO
SY90_MICRO
SYN090W
SYN125W
UX180_MICRO
UX230_MICRO
UX275_MICRO
UXR180W
UXR230W
UXR275W
UY125_MICRO
UY180_MICRO
UY230_MICRO
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UY90_MICRO
UYN090W
UYN125W
UYN180W
UYN230W
UYN275W
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Replacement Parts
If literature or replacement parts are required, contact
the source from which the machine was purchased or
contact Alliance Laundry Systems at
+1 (920) 748-3950 for the name and address of the
nearest authorized parts distributor.
Customer Service
Contact your local distributor or call:
Alliance Laundry Systems
Shepard Street
P.O. Box 990
Ripon, WI 54971-0990
U.S.A.
www.alliancelaundry.com
Phone: +1 (920) 748-3121
Ripon, Wisconsin
Alliance International
+32 56 41 20 54
Wevelgem, Belgium
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Technical Specifications
75/335
90/400
Specification
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Machine Dimensions – Models Without Tilt Option
Width
mm/inch
1195/47.04
1195/47.04
1330/52.40
1430/56.30
Depth
mm/inch
1905/75.00
1905/75.00
Height
mm/inch
125/520
180/800
230/1000
275/1200
1195/47.04
1610/63.40
1905/75.00
1495/58.86
1940/76.38
1985/78.15
1790/70.47
2005/78.94
2060/81.10
1855/73.03
2085/82.09
2085/82.09
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1565/61.61
2020/79.53
2215/87.20
1855/73.03
2100/82.68
2300/90.55
1895/74.61
2155/84.84
2335/91.93
1430/56.30
1750/68.90
2105/82.90
5.3/187
1690/66.53
1950/76.77
2200/86.61
7.25/256
1865/73.42
2125/83.66
2345/92.33
9.29/328
2000/78.73
2170/85.43
2340/92.12
10.16/359
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1690/66.54
2075/81.69
2440/96.06
8.90/314
2040/80.31
2375/93.50
2490/98.03
11.85/419
2040/80.31
2375/93.50
2490/98.03
12.42/439
914/36.00
510/20
335/88
540/21.30
914/36.00
610/24
400/106
540/21.30
914/36.00
790/31.10
518/137
540/21.30
1110/43.70
838/33
807/213
530/20.86
1200/47.24
860/33.85
1003/265
530/20.86
1300/51.18
870/34.25
1180/312
650/25.59
Weight – Models Without Tilt Option
Net
kg/lb.
1190/2623
1310/2888
Gross
kg/lb.
1560/3439
1700/3748
1630/3594
1770/3902
2640/5820
2830/6239
3170/6989
3410/7518
3480/7672
3710/8179
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-
2990/6592
3210/7077
3520/7761
3760/8290
3840/8466
4060/8951
Machine Dimensions1 – Models With Tilt Option
Width
mm/inch
Depth
mm/inch
Height
mm/inch
Packing Dimensions – Models Without Tilt Option
1430/56.30
1430/56.30
mm/inch
Width
1475/58.10
1570/61.80
mm/inch
Depth
mm/inch
2105/82.90
2105/82.90
Height
m³/ft³
4.4/156
4.7/166
Transportation volume
Packing Dimensions – Models With Tilt Option
mm/inch
Width
mm/inch
Depth
mm/inch
Height
Transportation volume m³/ft³
Drum Dimensions
Diameter
Depth
Drum volume
Door opening
mm/inch
mm/inch
dm³/gal.
mm/inch
Weight – Models With Tilt Option
Net
kg/lb.
Gross
kg/lb.
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Electrical Data
3x380-415V 50/60Hz
3x440-480V 50/60Hz
3x200-240V 50/60Hz
-6% to +10% of the voltage supply ±1 Hz
Power supply deviations
Motor output
kW
Input Power
Electric heating
24kW kW
Electric heating
36kW kW
Electric heating
54kW (380-480V) kW
Electric heating
67.5kW kW
Steam or without heating kW
3x208-240V 50/60Hz
3x380-480V 50/60HZ
4
7.5
7.5
11
15
18.5
28.1
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-
-
-
-
-
43.6
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-
-
-
-
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61.6
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-
-
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-
75
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4.1
7.6
7.6
11.25
15.25
18.75
Table 1 (Continued)
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Table 1 (Continued)
75/335
90/400
125/520
180/800
230/1000 275/1200
Specification
Supply Protection Device Use slow type Protection devices (circuit breakers: curve D)
Residual current device
100, class B 100, class B 100, class B 100, class B 100, class B 100, class B
(RCD) mA
Steam or without heating
30
40
40
A
200-240V 3AC
16 (15)
20
20
A
380-480V 3AC
63
75
100
A
3x208-240V 50/60Hz
32
50
63
A
3x380-480V 50/60 Hz
80
El. Heating 24kW (220-240V) A
50
El. Heating 24kW (380-415V) A
32
El. Heating 24kW (440-480V) A
120
El. Heating 36kW (200-240V) A
80
El. Heating 36kW (380-480V) A
160
El. Heating 54kW (220-240V) A
100
El. Heating 54kW (380-480V) A
250
El. Heating 67.5kW (3x208-240V) A
125
El. Heating 67.5kW (3x208-240V) A
Washing Functions
Washing
High extracting
G-factor
RPM
RPM
Connection Data
Water inlet connection
inch
Water pressure range
MPa/bar/PSI
Recommended
MPa/bar/PSI
water pressure
Maximal water temperature °C/°F
Drain diameter
mm/inch
Steam connection
Steam pressure
dm³ min-1
gal. min-1
inch
MPA/bar/PSI
Press air connection2
mm/inch
Not lubricated air pressure
MPa/bar/PSI
Drain flow rate
38
830
38
830
36
750
33
720
32
695
350
350
350
350
350
350
BSP 1”
3 x BSP 1½”
0.1 - 0.8/1 - 8/14.5 - 116
0.3 - 0.5/3 - 5/43 - 73
90/194
90/194
90/194
90/194
90/194
90/194
2 x 76/3
2 x 76/3
2 x 76/3
2 x 103/4
2 x 103/4
2 x Ø103/4
300
80
300
80
300
80
540
142
516
136
516
136
G 3/4 in.
G 3/4 in.
G 3/4 in.
G 1 in.
G 1 in.
G 1 in.
0.3 - 0.5/3 - 5/43 - 73
6/0.25
6/0.25
6/0.25
8/0.30
8/0.30
Ø 8/0.30
0.3 - 0.5/3 5/43 - 73
0.3 - 0.5/3 5/43 - 73
0.3 - 0.5/3 5/43 - 73
0.6/6/87
0.6/6/87
0.6/6/87
5
8 pumps
5
8 pumps
5
8 pumps
5
8 pumps
5
8 pumps
5
8 pumps
6
6
6
6 tubes:
1 x ½ in.
6 tubes:
1 x ½ in.
1 x ½ in.
mm/inch
-
8/0.31
outside
diameter
8/0.31
outside
diameter
8/0.31
outside
diameter
8/0.31
outside
diameter
8/0.31
outside
diameter
MPa/bar/PSI
-
0.35/3.5/51
0.35/3.5/51
0.35/3.5/51
0.35/3.5/51
0.35/3.5/51
4.0/5.36
7.5/10.06
7.5/10.06
11.0/14.75
15.0/20.12
18.5/24.81
Powder dispenser cups
Liquid soap signals
External liquid soap connections
Hose for press air
connection
(Models with tilt
option only)
Air pressure
(Models with tilt
option only)
Motor Size
38
830
KW/HP
Table 1 (Continued)
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Technical Specifications
Specification
General Data
Ambient temperature
Relative humidity
Height above sea level
Storage temperature
Max. static load on floor
(Models without tilt
option)
Max. static load on floor
(Models with tilt option)
Max. dynamic load on
floor (Models without tilt
option)
Max. dynamic load on
floor (Models with tilt
option)
Frequency of dynamic
load
Table 1 (Continued)
75/335
90/400
125/520
°C/°F
180/800
230/1000
275/1200
5 to 35/41 to 95
30% to 90% without condensation
up to 1000/3280
1 to 55/34 to 131
m/ft.
°C/°F
kN
14.41
18.16
19.57
30.9
36.9
40.4
kN
-
19.4
20.86
34.4
40.4
43.9
kN
12.7 ± 2.74
16.08 ± 2.94
17.06 ± 3.13
27.2 ± 4.5
32.7 ± 5.5
36.0 ± 7.0
kN
-
17.11 ± 2.94
18.13 ± 3.13
30.6 ± 4.5
36.1 ± 5.5
39.5 ± 7.0
Hz
14
14
14
12.5
12.1
11.7
55/75
55/75
55/75
51/71
52/72
52/72
Sound Levels3
LAeq wash/extraction seq. db
1
maximum dimensions including protruding parts
2 washers with air operated water valves
3 ISO 3744
Table 1
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Technical Specifications
75/335, 90/400 and 125/520 Models Without Tilt Option
NOTE: Refer to following page for dimensions.
D
E
1
A
G
18
F
15
B
C
Z
X
AA
16
5 6
H1 4
G1
J
19 7
8
L
MN
C1
9
11
O
13
2
17
13
10
Q
3
P
B1
12
A1
H
K
R
S
U
D1
T
CFD988N
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
W
V
14
Operator Panel
Tub ventilation (60 mm/2.4 in.)
Lubrication points
Entry soap supply cable
Entry main power cable
Main switch
Hard cold water inlet
Hot water inlet
Soft cold water inlet
Hose connection soap supply
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Data plate
Steam inlet
Equipotential bounding terminal
Drain outlet
Soap dispenser air relieve
Frequency inverter cover
Compressed air inlet
(Models with air operated water valves)
Soap dispenser
Electrical signals liquid soap
Figure 2
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Technical Specifications
Machine Dimensions – Models Without Tilt Option
MACHINE
75/335
90/400
125/520
A
mm/inch
1195/47.04
1195/47.04
1195/47.04
A1
mm/inch
1361/53.58
1361/53.58
1361/53.58
B
mm/inch
1905/75
1905/75
1905/75
B1
mm/inch
116/4.56
116/4.56
116/4.56
C
mm/inch
1055/41.54
1055/41.54
1055/41.54
C1
mm/inch
980/38.58
980/38.58
980/38.58
D
mm/inch
1330/52.4
1430/56.3
1610/63.39
D1
mm/inch
1600/62.99
1600/62.99
1600/62.99
E
mm/inch
1222/48.11
1322/52.05
1502/59.13
F
mm/inch
300/11.8
300/11.8
300/11.8
G
mm/inch
50/1.97
50/1.97
50/1.97
G1
mm/inch
110/4.33
110/4.33
110/4.33
H
mm/inch
1617/63.66
1617/63.66
1617/63.66
H1
mm/inch
25/0.98
25/0.98
25/0.98
J
mm/inch
730/28.74
730/28.74
730/28.74
K
mm/inch
1567/61.69
1567/61.69
1567/61.69
L
mm/inch
422/16.61
422/16.61
422/16.61
M
mm/inch
80/3.15
80/3.15
80/3.15
N
mm/inch
80/3.15
80/3.15
80/3.15
O
mm/inch
70/2.75
70/2.75
70/2.75
P
mm/inch
1782/70.16
1782/70.16
1782/70.16
P*
mm/inch
1672/65.82
1672/65.82
1672/65.82
Q
mm/inch
60/2.36
60/2.36
60/2.36
R
mm/inch
1285/50.59
1285/50.59
1285/50.59
S
mm/inch
65/2.56
65/2.56
65/2.56
T
mm/inch
768/30.24
768/30.24
768/30.24
U
mm/inch
205/8.07
205/8.07
205/8.07
V
mm/inch
213/8.39
213/8.39
213/8.39
W
mm/inch
420/16.54
275/10.83
275/10.83
X
mm/inch
175/6.89
175/6.89
175/6.89
Z
mm/inch
700/27.56
700/27.56
700/27.56
AA
mm/inch
730/28.74
730/28.74
730/28.74
* Models with air-operated water valves
Table 2
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Technical Specifications
180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200 Models Without Tilt Option
NOTE: Refer to following page for dimensions.
1
19
3
20
2
4
A
B
E
F
D
5
H I J KL
9
G
R
6
7
8
M
C
N
18
10
11
12
13
14
17
15
Q
Z
O
P
U
S
16
T
V
W
Y
X
CFD945N
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Box of electrical components
Soap dispenser ventilation
Control panel
Soap dispenser
Electrical signals liquid soap
Steam inlet
Tub ventilation
Cover for pneumatic components
Hose connection soap supply
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Hard cold water inlet
Soft cold water inlet
Hot water inlet
Compressed air inlet
Entry main power cable
Main switch
Drain outlet
Electric switchboard cover
Serial label
Figure 3
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Technical Specifications
Machine Dimensions – Models Without Tilt Option
MACHINE
(1)
(2)
180/800
230/1000
A
mm/inch
1495/58.86
1790/70.47
275/1200
1855/73.03
B
mm/inch
1985/78.15
2060/81.10
2085/82.09
C
mm/inch
1940/76.38
2005/78.94
2085/82.09
D
mm/inch
1390/54.72
1688/66.46
1754/69.05
E
mm/inch
1133/44.60
1175/46.26
1200/47.24
F
mm/inch
1020/40.16
1095/43.11
1080/42.52
G
mm/inch
303/11.93
232/9.13
295/11.61
H
mm/inch
168/6.61
232/9.13
247/9.72
I
mm/inch
125/4.92
125/4.92
125/4.92
J
mm/inch
125/4.92
125/4.92
125/4.92
K
mm/inch
90/3.54
124/4.88
120/4.72
L
mm/inch
100/3.93
110/4.33
148/5.83
M
mm/inch
83/3.27
83/3.27
83/3.27
N
mm/inch
210/8.26
210/8.26
210/8.26
O
mm/inch
1900/74.80
1518/59.76
1548/60.94
P(1)
mm/inch
1787/70.35
1405/55.31
1435/56.50
Q
mm/inch
1983/78.07
1950/76.77
1980/77.95
R
mm/inch
1460/57.48
1754/69.05
1820/71.65
S
mm/inch
282/11.10
268/10.55
243/9.57
T
mm/inch
437/17.20
419/16.50
394/15.51
U
mm/inch
662/26.06
696/27.40
722/28.43
V
mm/inch
735/28.93
768/30.24
795/31.30
W
mm/inch
197/7.76
197/7.76
197/7.76
X
mm/inch
380/14.96
527/20.75
562/22.13
Y
mm/inch
665/26.18
650/25.59
757/29.80
Z(2)
mm/inch
1787/70.53
1836/72.28
1866/73.46
Height of item 9
Height of items 6, 7, 10, 11 and 12
Table 3
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Technical Specifications
180/800 Models With Tilt Option
NOTE: Refer to following page for dimensions.
BACK VIEW
LEFT SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
A
B
L
C
D E
G
I
J
H
F
N
K
M
O
V
AA
S
R
P
VIEW FROM ABOVE
U
T
W
Y
X
Z
Q
FRONT VIEW OF TILTING
LEFT SIDE VIEW OF TILTINGCFD980N
CFD980N
Figure 4
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Technical Specifications
Machine Dimensions – Models With Tilt Option
Dimensions
180/800
A
mm/inch
2215/87.20
B
mm/inch
1908/75.12
C
mm/inch
1850/72.83
D
mm/inch
1037/40.83
E
mm/inch
988/38.90
F
mm/inch
1565/61.61
G
mm/inch
1019/40.12
H
mm/inch
2020/79.53
I
mm/inch
705/27.76
J
mm/inch
468/18.43
K
mm/inch
491/19.33
L
mm/inch
155/6.10
M
mm/inch
407/16.02
N
mm/inch
140°
O
mm/inch
424/16.69
P
mm/inch
146°
Q
mm/inch
541/21.30
R
mm/inch
219/8.62
S
mm/inch
966/38.03
T
mm/inch
851/33.50
U
mm/inch
812/31.97
V
mm/inch
2476/97.48
W
mm/inch
983/38.70
X
mm/inch
837/32.95
Y
mm/inch
15°
Z
mm/inch
2380/93.70
AA
mm/inch
2009/79.09
Table 4
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Technical Specifications
230/1000 Models With Tilt Option
NOTE: Refer to following page for dimensions.
BACK VIEW
LEFT SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
A
B
L
C
D E
G
I
F
N
K
H
J
M
O
V
AA
W
S
R
P
VIEW FROM ABOVE
U
T
X
Y
Q
Z
FRONT VIEW OF TILTING
CFD981N
LEFT SIDE VIEW OF TILTING
CFD981N
Figure 5
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Technical Specifications
Machine Dimensions – Models With Tilt Option
Dimensions
230/1000
A
mm/inch
2300/90.55
B
mm/inch
2004/78.9
C
mm/inch
1946/76.61
D
mm/inch
1158/45.59
E
mm/inch
1062/41.81
F
mm/inch
1855/73.03
G
mm/inch
1095/43.11
H
mm/inch
2100/82.68
I
mm/inch
695/27.36
J
mm/inch
610/24.02
K
mm/inch
511/20.12
L
mm/inch
155/6.10
M
mm/inch
326/12.83
N
mm/inch
140°
O
mm/inch
445/17.52
P
mm/inch
150°
Q
mm/inch
527/20.75
R
mm/inch
103/4.06
S
mm/inch
1045/41.14
T
mm/inch
932/36.69
U
mm/inch
900/35.43
V
mm/inch
2575/101.38
W
mm/inch
1027/40.43
X
mm/inch
881/34.69
Y
mm/inch
15°
Z
mm/inch
2534/99.76
AA
mm/inch
2098/82.60
Table 5
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Technical Specifications
275/1200 Models With Tilt Option
NOTE: Refer to following page for dimensions.
FRONT VIEW
LEFT SIDE VIEW
5
2
1
B
C D
G
E
13
14
15
I
H
F
N
8
L
FINGER
COMPLETE
K
J
16
FRONT VIEW OF TILTING
VIEW FROM ABOVE
6 7
4
9
10
11
12
DOOR SECURING
FINGER BACKSTOP
3
A
BACK VIEW
LEFT SIDE VIEW OF TILTING
M
O
17
V
18
AA
P
Q
R
S T
U
W
X
Y
Z
CFD961N
CFD961N
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Box of electrical components
Soap dispenser ventilation
Control panel
Soap dispenser
Electrical signals liquid soap
Steam inlet
Tub ventilation
Cover for pneumatic components
Hose connection soap supply
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Hard cold water inlet
Soft cold water inlet
Hot water inlet
Compressed air inlet
Entry main power cable
Main switch
Drain outlet
Electric switchboard cover
Serial label
Figure 6
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Technical Specifications
Machine Dimensions – Models With Tilt Option
Dimensions
275/1200
A
mm/inch
2335/91.93
B
mm/inch
2015/79.33
C
mm/inch
1957/77.05
D
mm/inch
1149/45.20
E
mm/inch
1048 /41.26
F
mm/inch
1895/74.61
G
mm/inch
1082/42.60
H
mm/inch
2155/84.84
I
mm/inch
695/27.36
J
mm/inch
610/24.02
K
mm/inch
492/19.37
L
mm/inch
155/6.10
M
mm/inch
429/16.89
N
mm/inch
140°
O
mm/inch
511/20.12
P
mm/inch
271/10.67
Q
mm/inch
150°
R
mm/inch
651/25.63
S
mm/inch
1030/40.55
T
mm/inch
916/36.06
U
mm/inch
868/34.17
V
mm/inch
2628/103.46
W
mm/inch
1028/40.47
X
mm/inch
882/34.72
Y
mm/inch
15°
Z
mm/inch
2553/100.51
AA
mm/inch
2124/83.62
Table 6
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Installation
Handling, Transport and Storage
NOTE: Make sure that these components are
secured to avoid damage during handling and
installation of the machine.
Transport and Storage
3. Make sure that the filling door is secured to avoid
its opening during handling.
WARNING
4. Lift the machine up by lift truck using a transport
skid to which the machine has been attached.
Forks of lift truck must have sufficient
length.
W838
Use a lift truck or a manual skid cart for handling the
machine while in the transport package. If possible,
leave the machine in the transport package or at least
let it sit on the transport wooden skid until the time of
final installation on the foundation.
Unpacking
After unpacking, check for any damage to the machine
and that all accessories have been included with your
order. Verify the type of your machine by the data
plate located on the machine rear and find
corresponding information in the manual. The
accessories and the manual are located inside of the
drum, according to the information found in Door
Blocking.
Before the machine can be installed, remove the
packaging, loosen four nuts and lift the machine
carefully up. Make sure not to damage the machine
components located in the machine’s lower part. The
lift truck forks must be at least 10 cm longer than the
length of the washing machine frame (Table 7).
CFD824N
Figure 7
Handling During Installation
All activities should only be done by a worker who
knows all information about the machine. The
machine is delivered to the customer in a wooden skid
packaging and protected with polyethylene film. The
machine is attached to the skid by means of four bolts
M16.
To remove the machine to its final location, follow
these precautions:
1. All passages and spaces the machine has to be
transported through at installation should be
reasonably dimensioned to meet the height and
width of the machine including the packaging.
2. Never push, pull or press the components
protruding from the contour line of the machine
(front part, filling door, control elements, belt
cover, water inlet, outlet pipes, etc.).
D1590ENR2
75/335, 90/400
and 125/520
180/800
230/1000 and
275/1200
1500 mm/59 in.
1800 mm/71 in.
2000 mm/78.73 in.
Table 7
Space Requirements
Required Machine Working Conditions
See Technical Specifications section.
The washer must not be installed or stored in an area
where it will be exposed to water and/or weather.
Avoid damp conditions where water or moisture could
run down the walls and covers of the washer or cover
the floor around the washer. Do not install the washer
above an open gutter. Close any nearby gutters so that
waste water steam cannot collect near/inside the
washer.
Size of a Laundry Room
IMPORTANT: Ignoring the requirement for spaces
between machines and walls can make service and
maintenance work difficult.
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Installation
Machine Positioning
Total space requirements for the system installation
are usually determined by a detailed plan of the
building. The machine dimensions are stated in the
Technical Specifications section.
Leave at least 1 m (39.36 inches) of space between the
machine rear and the wall for maintenance access. On
the left side of the machine a minimum of 620 mm
(24.5 inches) is needed and 250 mm (10 inches) on the
right side. Between the lateral sides of each machine, it
is recommended to leave a space of 0.7 m (27.55
inches) for 75/335, 90/400 and 125/520 models and
0.8 m (31.49 inches) for 180/800, 230/1000 and 275/
1200 models. There must be a minimum of 0.7 m
(27.55 inches) of free space above the machine for
maintenance access. Refer to Figure 8 and Table 9.
The waste piping or outlet channel must be
dimensioned to the discharged water quantity and the
number of washing machines.
Machine Anchoring
WARNING
It is recommended to consult static
requirements with a static engineer to
meet the requirements of permissible
loading, vibrations and noise level in the
building.
W839
WARNING
The washer extractor is intended to be
permanently connected, it MUST be
secured mounted to a NONCOMBUSTIBLE, adequate floor structure.
NEVER install the washer on an upper
floor or over a basement without a load
support designed by a structural engineer.
W832
IMPORTANT: Anchoring the machine is necessary
when the floor is uneven, may become slippery, or
is constructed of variable surfaces. Anchoring the
machine is also necessary in any cases where there
is a risk of the machine moving along the floor’s
surface during operation.
The machine is to be located on a leveled concrete
floor to comply with static and dynamic stress of the
machine. Check the position of the machine base
frame using a level. The manufacturer is not
responsible for consequences caused by a wrong
installation. Refer to Figure 8 and Table 10 for
75/335, 90/400 and 125/520 models without the tilt
option or to Figure 9 and Table 11 for 180/800, 230/
1000 and 275/1200 models without the tilt option for
mounting bolt specifications. Please refer to Figure 13
and Table 13 for the mounting bolt specifications for
models with the tilt option.
WARNING
The nuts of the anchoring bolts have to be
tightened by means of a torque - limiting
wrench. Do not tighten the nuts of
anchoring bolts before the concrete base
around the bolts is completely cured.
W840
Model
Hardware
Torque Value
(Nm/lb.-ft.)
75/335, 90/400 and
125/520 Models
Without Tilt Option
M16 x 160
210/155
Anchoring Bolt
75/335, 90/400 and
125/520 Models With
Tilt Option
Threaded Rod
180/800, 230/1000
and 275/1200 Models
Without Tilt Option
M10 x 160
180/800, 230/1000
and 275/1200 Models Anchoring Bolt
With Tilt Option
80/59
133/98
49/36
80/59
Table 8
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Installation
700 mm
27.55”
75/335, 90/400 and 125/520 Models
X12
X4
1
3
X13
2
4
4
X6
X1
3
X2
X10
X15
X14
X11
5
X5
X3
X19
X18
X9
X16
X17
CFD963N
1
2
3
Machine line of contour
Machine footing
Waste sump
4
5
Draining elbow
Cover of waste sump
Figure 8
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Installation
Machine Positioning
Dimensions
75/335
90/400
125/520
X1
mm/inch
970/38.18
1070/42.13
1250/49.21
X2
mm/inch
930/36.61
930/36.61
930/36.61
X3
mm/inch
1175/46.25
1175/46.25
1175/46.25
X4
mm/inch
830/32.67
830/32.67
830/32.67
X5
mm/inch
130/5.12
130/5.12
130/5.12
X6
mm/inch
77/3.03
77/3.03
77/3.03
X9
mm/inch
350/13.77
350/13.77
350/13.77
X10
mm/inch
300/11.81
300/11.81
300/11.81
X11
mm/inch
250/9.84
250/9.84
250/9.84
X12
mm/inch
200/7.87
200/7.87
200/7.87
X14
mm/inch
750/29.52
750/29.52
750/29.52
X15
mm/inch
150/5.9
150/5.9
150/5.9
X16
mm/inch
180/7.08
180/7.08
180/7.08
X17
mm/inch
200/7.87
200/7.87
200/7.87
X18
mm/inch
1000/39.36
1000/39.36
1000/39.36
X19
mm/inch
700/27.55
700/27.55
700/27.55
Table 9
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700 mm
27.55 in.
180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200 Models
3
X4
2
1
X18
5
X19
4
4
3
X5
X9
X2
5
X6
60 mm / 2.36 in.
X1
X3
CFD947N
1
2
3
Machine line of contour
Machine footing
Waste sump
4
5
Draining hose
Cover of waste sump
Figure 9
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Machine Positioning
Dimensions
180/800
230/1000
275/1200
X1
mm/inch
1310/51.57
1388/54.64
1400/55.11
X2
mm/inch
1420/55.9
1715/67.51
1780/70.07
X3
mm/inch
1065/41.92
1332/52.44
1332/52.44
X4
mm/inch
780/30.70
780/30.70
780/30.70
X5
mm/inch
15/0.59
13/0.51
15/0.59
X6
mm/inch
132/5.20
132/5.20
145/5.71
X9
mm/inch
415/16.33
415/16.33
415/16.33
X18
mm/inch
1000/39.36
1000/39.36
1000/39.36
X19
mm/inch
700/27.55
800/31.49
800/31.49
Table 10
4
4
2
X8
X8
2
X7 *
X7 *
MACHINE ANCHORING
– 75/335,
CFD964N
90/400 AND 125/520 MODELS WITHOUT TILT OPTION
MACHINE ANCHORING – 180/800,
230/1000 AND
CFD948N
275/1200 MODELS WITHOUT TILT OPTION
CFD964N
2
4
Machine footing
Anchoring bolt – not supplied with machine,
(on request)
CFD948N
2
4
Machine footing
Anchoring bolt – not supplied with machine,
(on request)
* - hole optimized for new floor, drilled hole can be
smallish dimension
* - hole optimized for new floor, drilled hole can be
smallish dimension
Figure 10
Figure 11
X7
mm/inch
60/2.36
X7
mm/inch
40/1.57
X8
mm/inch
160/6.29
X8
mm/inch
150/5.9
Table 11
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.
min. 140/5.51
ANCHORING BOLT
(SUPPLIED WITH
THE MACHINE)
1216 / 47.87
141 / 5.55
∅ 18/0.71
630 / 24.80
18 / 0.71
REAR SIDE
VIEW FROM ABOVE
890 / 35.04
FRONT SIDE
∅ 16 / 0.63
100 / 3.94
THREADED ROD
M14 x 120 AND
CHEMICAL FILLING
ARE NOT SUPPLIED
WITH THE MACHINE
∅ 16 - 18 /
0.63 - 0.71
CFD979N
CFD979N
Figure 12
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Machine Anchoring - 180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200
Models With Tilt Option
min. 140/5.51
ANCHORING BOLT
(NOT SUPPLIED
WITH THE MACHINE,
ON REQUEST)
Ø18/0.7
REAR SIDE
B
VIEW FROM ABOVE
FRONT SIDE
C
A
C
D
min. 140/5.51
ANCHORING
BOLT (NOT
SUPPLIED
WITH THE
MACHINE,
ON REQUEST)
Ø18/0.7
CFD974N
Figure 13
Machine
180/800
230/1000
275/1200
A
1482/58.35
1768/69.61
B
1575/62.01
1430/56.30
C
41.5/1.63
41.5/1.63
D
45.5/1.79
101.5/4
Table 13
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Connections
NOTE: When connecting inlet hoses, be sure hose
connections are not cross-threaded on the
connection devices.
Water Connection
The washers are equipped with 3/4 in., 1 in. or
1-1/2 in. BSP (British Standard Pipe Thread) hot and
cold water inlet valves, indicated by a sticker next to
the inlet. For connection locations, refer to Figure 2
and Figure 3.
NOTE: Water inlet hose with the notches should be
connected to the water supply faucet, while the side
of the water inlet hose without notches should be
connected to the water inlet valves.
Use the water inlet hoses that accompany the washer
as they are properly adapted to the water valves and
appliance. NEVER use a rigid connection to the water
supply.
If using 3/4 in. inlet hoses, there are 2 kinds of water
inlet hoses: water inlet hoses with BSP threaded nuts
at both sides or BSP threaded nut on one end and a
NPT nut on the other end. If a NPT nut is present, it is
marked with a groove.
The 1 in. or 1-1/2 in. inlet hoses have BSP threaded
nuts on both sides. To connect them to a NPT
installation, an adapter is available. For best operation
of the washer, it is necessary to keep the water
pressure within the limits stated in Table 1. Water
pressure that is below minimum requirements can
lengthen the wash cycle and/or not allow proper
function of the washer.
It is also necessary to connect ALL available water
inlets to a water supply. If a hard water supply is not
present, connect it with soft cold water. If no hot water
is present, contact your dealer for the proper required
action.
3. Tighten the hoses securely. DO NOT over tighten
as this will damage threads on the device(s).
The water hardness can have an influence on the wash
results. The soap supplier can help you with making
the right decisions concerning hard water, soft water,
washing programs, type of soap and other related
items to give the best wash results.
Hot Water
IMPORTANT: Temperature in Washing Tub
The electronic controller uses the temperature sensor
in the tub to control the temperature of the washing
bath. There are a lot of things that have influence on
the temperature measurement. Therefore the
temperature control of the washing bath is not very
precise.
In principle, the manufacturer strives that the real
temperature inside the washer is never higher than the
programmed temperature so that textile linen will not
be damaged because of too high of temperature. If for
certain applications a very precise washing bath
temperature is needed, appropriate measures must be
taken, see Programming Manual.
The manufacturer will refuse any responsibility for all
consequences because of inaccurate temperature
inside the washing machine tub.
The hot water supply needs to be large enough to
provide the required hot water for the installed
washers. For good wash results we advise a hot water
supply that is set between 158-176°F/70-80°C.
To Install
1. Flush the water system in order to remove any
particles that may be in the water system.
2. Install the filter device on the washer, normally
delivered with the machine. Connect the filter
device to the inlet water hose with appropriate
seal washer where necessary.
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Water Consumption
Steam Connection
The water consumption depends on the programmed
values in the controller. These default values can be
found in the Programming Manual. For a pre-wash
and wash the low water level (LL) is used. The high
water level (HL) is used for rinsing. The programmed
units correspond to an average amount of water. You
can calculate the total water consumption in one
washing program by counting up the amount of water
by each washing step. Be aware of the fact that these
are only indicative values. The values received from
this calculation are only an estimation of the real water
consumption. The deviation depends on many
circumstances. In the wash cycle, for example, there
will be a mix of warm water and cold water. The mix
of the water depends on the temperature of both. The
total amount of water consumed depends also on the
loading, type of linen and the drum rotation.
Water Drain Connection
By default 75/335, 90/400 and 125/520 washers are
equipped with two drain outlets with an outer
dimension of 75 mm (3 in.), while 180/800, 230/1000
and 275/1200 washers are equipped with two drain
outlets with an outer diameter of 103 mm (4 in.). The
drain outlets are situated on the rear of the machine.
The drain has to be connected to the waste channel or
pipeline. Seal the connecting point of the drain throat
and flexible hose with silicon cement. Secure the
elbow or the hose with a clamp. Cover the waste sump
with a proper cover.
WARNING
Install a steam supply disconnecting
device in the vicinity of each washer.
Always disconnect the steam supply
before any service or intervention, giving
sufficient time to cool down the parts to
avoid injuries.
W841
WARNING
It is necessary to insert a filter with
permeability up to 300 micrometers in
front of the steam valve. Dirt and debris
larger than 300 micrometers might damage
the steam valve and cause it to leak.
W842
For dimensions of steam connection information, see
Table 1. Use an inlet steam pressure hose only, adapted
to the steam valve with appropriate seal that is suitable
for the applied working pressure.
IMPORTANT: Take care while installing and
connecting steam supply to prevent accidental
contact. Due to the high temperatures, direct
injuries will occur.
IMPORTANT: The waste channel must be located
lower than the drain outlets because the water
discharges from the machines by gravity. Do not
reduce the diameter of the machine drain pipes.
The main waste channel or pipeline must have such a
capacity that it can take away the drained water from
all connected machines at the same time. Ask a
corresponding expert (construction technician) to
design a sufficiently dimensioned waste pipeline for
your washing machines. The correctly designed
pipeline is fitted with the main ventilating pipeline
(air supply) and possibly an auxiliary ventilating
pipeline. This will prevent deceleration of the flow and
creation of a high vacuum or overpressure inside the
pipeline, causing a breach of the water level in odor
closures.
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Venting
WARNING
Vapors escape from the machine through
the air vent opening! Do not cover.
W843
For placing of connection points see Figure 2,
Figure 3, Figure 6 and Figure 7. The piping material
must withstand a temperature of 80°C/176°F and
generated machine vibrations. The central duct for
multiple venting must be dimensioned for the total
cross section of venting pipes of all machines. Make
sure that this installation can not create any injuries.
Electrical Connection
The vent air opening is part of the back flow
prevention water system. It also makes sure that the
tub can not be pressurized by water intake and water
vapor. It also allows proper measuring of the water
level.
For the safety of everyone make sure that unauthorized
persons cannot reach the back side of the machine.
Although it is not advised, you can connect the
machine venting pipe to the laundry central duct for
exhausting the vapor out of the building. The external
diameter of the ventilating opening is 60 mm (2.4 in.)
for 75/335, 90/400 and 125/520 models and 40 mm
(1.5 in.) for 180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200 models.
The machine has been designed for connecting to the
power network according the specification of your
order. Refer to Table 14 for electrical specifications.
Before connection check the voltage values and the
frequency stated in the machine label (see Figure 2
and Figure 6.) to see if they correspond to your power
network. An individual branch circuit needs to be used
for each machine. The connection is described in
Figure 14. For electrical protection, a residual current
device (RCD) and a circuit breaker must be installed in
the electrical installation of the building (laundry
switchboard). For correct selection see below in
Residual Current Device (RCD).
Electrical specifications
Voltage Designation
Model
*Y90
(400)
*Y125
(520)
*Y180
(800)
*Y230
(10X)
*Y275
(12X)
Code
Voltage
Cycle
Phase
Wire
Q
N
Q
N
Q
N
Q
N
Q
N
200 - 240
440 - 480
200 - 240
440 - 480
200 - 240
440 - 480
200 - 240
440 - 480
200 - 240
440 - 480
50 - 60
50 - 60
50 - 60
50 - 60
50 - 60
50 - 60
50 - 60
50 - 60
50 - 60
50 - 60
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3 (L1, L2, L3)
3 (L1, L2, L3)
3 (L1, L2, L3)
3 (L1, L2, L3)
3 (L1, L2, L3)
3 (L1, L2, L3)
3 (L1, L2, L3)
3 (L1, L2, L3)
3 (L1, L2, L3)
3 (L1, L2, L3)
Hot/Cold Water Fill and Steam Heat
CSA
Full
Circuit
AWG
Load
Breaker
Amps
CSA
(mm²)
20
30 (32)
10 (6)
12
15 (16)
14 (2.5)
23
30 (32)
10 (6)
14
20 (20)
12 (4)
44
60 (63)
6 (16)
26
40 (40)
8 (10)
60
80 (80)
4 (25)
35
50 (63)
8 (10)
74
100 (100)
3 (25)
42
60 (63)
6 (16)
Table 14
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IMPORTANT:
• If the machine is not equipped with a main
switch then supply disconnecting devices need
to be provided in the installation for all
electrical supplies connected to the machine,
in accordance with EN 60204-1 standard,
point 5.3.
• Make sure the supply voltage is always within
the limits specified in Table 1 in all
circumstances. When you have long distances
in the electrical installation, it may be
necessary to use bigger cables to reduce the
voltage drop.
• When the machine is connected near a large
capacity power supply transformer (500k VA
or more, wiring length shorter than 10 m) or
there is a power capacitor switch-over, a
power supply improving reactor must be
installed. If you do not install this, the inverter
may get damaged. Contact your sales office
for more info.
WARNING
Grounding: In event of malfunction,
breakdown or leakage of current,
grounding will reduce the risk of electrical
shock and serve as a protecting device, by
providing a path of least resistance of
electrical current. Therefore, it is very
important and the responsibility of the
installer to assure the washer is
adequately grounded at the point of
installation taking into consideration the
national and local conditions and
requirements.
W844
CFD826N
1
2
3
4
Residual current device (RCD)
Laundry electrical switchboard
Supply protection device
Washing machine
5
6
7
8
Phase conductors
Protective conductor
Main switch inlet terminal switchboard
Neutral conductor
Figure 14
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Residual Current Device (RCD)
Supply Cable
In some countries an RCD is also known as an “earth
leakage trip”, “Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter”
(GFCI), an “Appliance Leakage Current Interrupter”
(ALCI) or “earth (ground) leakage current breaker”.
The supply cable is not delivered with the machine.
Specifications:
• Tripping current: 100mA (if locally not available/
allowed use a 30mA trip current, preferably
selective type with small time delay set)
• Install a maximum of 2 machines on each RCD
(for 30mA, only 1 machine)
• Type B. There are components inside the
machine which make use of DC-voltages and
therefor a “type B” RCD is necessary. For
information only: Type B is better performance
than type A, and type A is better than type AC.
When locally allowed, there must always be an RCD
installed. In some power network earthing systems (IT,
TN-C,…), an RCD might not be allowed (see also IEC
60364).
The machine control circuits are mostly supplied by a
separating transformer. Therefore the RCD may not
detect faults in the control circuits (but the fuse(s) of
the separating transformer will).
Supply Protection Device
A supply protection device basically protects the
machine and wiring against overloads and short
circuits. As a supply protection device, you can use
either (glow-wire) fuses or (automatic) circuit
breakers. See Table 15 for the rating of the nominal
current and other specifications of the supply
protection device. In this table it is specified that the
protection must be the “slow” type - for circuit
breakers which means curve D. Although not
recommended, if for some reason you can not use a
slow type, select the protection device with 1 step
higher nominal current rating to avoid disconnecting
during start-up.
Specifications:
• The conductors must have copper cores.
• Stranded conductors are strongly recommended
(flexible wiring) to avoid conductor breaking
because of vibration.
• The cross section depends on the used supply
protection device. See Table 15 for the minimal
cross section.
• The cable should be as short as possible, directly
from the supply protection device to the machine
without branching off.
• No plug or extension cords: The machine is
intended to be permanently connected to the
electrical network.
Connection:
1. Insert the cable through the hole in the rear panel.
Ensure a strain relief (turnbuckle) is used so that
the supply cable can not move.
2. Strip the conductor ends according to Figure 16.
3. The protective conductor must be longer so that
when the cable is pulled out accidentally, this
conductor is disconnected last.
4. With stranded conductors, use “wire end tubes”
with an insulated sleeve (6) for L1/U, (L2/V),
(L3/W), (N) conductors. Make sure there can not
be accidental contact, since the supply cable
stays under voltage even when the main switch is
off.
5. Crimp a ring terminal (eyelet) to the protection
conductor for a good connection to the PE
terminal.
6. Connect the supply cable conductors to the
terminals (main switch (1)) marked with L1/U,
(L2/V), (L3/W), (N), and the terminal (copper
screw) marked with PE, see Figure 17.
7. Provide a sag in the cable, in front of the cable
strain relief. This will avoid ingress of condensed
water into the machine, see Figure 17.
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Supply Cable Positioning – Tilt Models Only
The selected power supply cable, Figure 15 pos. 1,
needs to come from above and vertical directed
downwards in 1ine with the supply cable entry.
The cable needs to be on 300 mm (11.81 in.) from the
back of the machine when the machine is not tilted.
Just before entry, a sag of min 50 mm (1.97 in.) and
max 150 mm (5.91 in.) must be provided.
From the point of entry, up 1000 mm (39.37 in.) high,
no fixation of the supply cable is allowed.
1
1000 mm / 39.37 in.
300 mm / 11.81 in.
2
50 - 150 mm / 1.97 - 5.91 in.
3
MACHINE WITH TILTING
CFD951N
CFD951N
Figure 15
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Power supply protection device
nominal current (US)
Min phase conductor
section in mm² (AWG)
Min Protection conductor
section in mm² (AWG)
Automatic circuit breakers
A
Fuses
A
16 (15)
10 (10)
1.5 (AWG 15)
1.5 (AWG 15)
20 (20)
16 (15)
2.5 (AWG 13)
2.5 (AWG 13)
25 (-)
20 (20)
4 (AWG 11)
4 (AWG 11)
40 (40)
32 (30)
6 (AWG 9)
6 (AWG 9)
63 (-)
50 (50)
10 (AWG 7)
10 (AWG 7)
80
63
16 (AWG 5)
16 (AWG 5)
100
80
25 (AWG 3)
16 (AWG 5)
125
100
35 (AWG 2)
25 (AWG 3)
160
125
50
35 (AWG 2)
200
160
70
50
250
200
95
70
300
250
120
95
Table 15
CFD827N
1
2
3
4
Protection conductor
Phase conductor
Phase conductor
Phase conductor
5
6
7
Neutral conductor
Molded tube
The stripped length of conductors
Figure 16
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N
W,L3
1
3
V,L2
U,L1
2
4
CFD828N
1
2
Main Switch
Turnbuckle
3
4
Sag of inlet cable
Figure 17
Washer Protective Earth Connection and
Equipotential Bonding
Independent of the supply cable, the washer must be
connected to the laundry protective earth system with
a separate conductor. The protection conductor,
enabling this connection, is not included with the
washer. If there are other washers/appliances with
exposed conductive parts, which can be touched
simultaneously, make sure to make equipotential
bonding between all these appliances.
The external protective terminal for this purpose is
located on the rear panel of the machine frame. The
minimum protection conductor’s cross section
depends on the supply cable cross section and can be
found in Table 15. However, for the protection
purposes with the supply cable section of min. 4 mm²,
we recommend to select a larger conductor section, i.e.
6 mm².
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Liquid Soap Connection
Connection point for soap supply. See Figure 2,
Figure 3, Figure 6 and Figure 7.
NOTE: Always use liquid soap pumps that have a
flow rate high enough to bring the requested
quantity into the washer in less than 30 seconds.
IMPORTANT: Start pumping immediately after
the water valves are open. The incoming water
dilutes the liquid soap and brings it into the tub
assembly.
CAUTION: Secure the location of the wiring and
hoses in such a way that they can not be pinched,
damaged or rubbed. Only authorized workers,
with a valid qualification, should do the
installation. Before you start to use liquid soap,
check with your liquid soap supplier whether the
liquid soap is harmless and inert to HD-PPE and
PVC material in order to avoid a problem that the
manufacturer is not responsible for.
For 75/335, 90/400 and 125/520 models, six liquid
soar dispensers are provided. Refer to Figure 18. The
8 mm (.315 in.) connectors should be used for liquid
soap, while the 12 mm (.5 in.) connector should be
used for diluted soap. The connectors must be drilled
out and opened before the liquid soap hoses are
connected to them.
NOTE: Only open the connectors that will have an
attached hose.
Refer to Figure 19 for the 180/800, 230/1000 and
275/1200 liquid soap connection details.
Hose Connections CFD965N
Models 40/100, 55/125, 75/335, 900/400 and 125/520
CFD965N
Figure 18
Refer to Figure 19 for the 180/800, 230/1000 and
275/1200 liquid soap connection.
Hose Connection CFD831N
Models 180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200
CFD831N
Figure 19
WARNING
Check that the hose connections are tight
(check the clamps)! Any leakage of
chemicals may cause serious bodily
injuries as well as serious damage to the
washer. If one of the nipples are open,
close and secure the opening with an
appropriate cover.
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Electrical Connection
The power supply of the liquid soap pump system has
to be connected to an external electrical source. Only
authorized workers with a valid qualification must
execute the electrical connection on the machine
according to the valid local standards. The correct
connection way can be found on the wiring diagram
that is located inside the cabinet in a plastic bag. Do
not connect the liquid soap pump system in the
washer.
Electronic Controller with Blue PCB and
Graphical Display
1
2
3
For electric connection of supply control signals, a
plastic box is available on the back side of the machine
with a terminal box that shows an LED signal when
each respective pump is activated. Under the terminal
box, there is a label for electric connection. Detailed
signal connections can also be found on the electric
scheme of the machine. Refer to Figure 20 for 75/335,
90/400 and 125/520 models and to Figure 21 for 180/
800, 230/1000 and 275/1200 models.
CFD952N
Electrical Connection LabelModels 180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200
1
Plastic Box
2
Terminal Box
3
Plastic Cable Bushing
Figure 21
2
Signals for supply pumps control are 24 VAC.
Maximum current for control circuits of pumps must
be limited to 10mA. Lead the pump control signal
cable through the plastic cable bushing. After
connection of conductors to the respective positions of
the connector “P” (screw clamps), fix up the cable by
tightening the cable bushing to prevent it from
disconnecting and close the box with the cover. For
details about liquid soap supply system programming,
see Programming Manual.
1 3
CFD966N
1
2
3
Electrical Connection LabelModels 75/335, 90/400 and 125/520
Plastic Box
Terminal Box
Plastic Cable Bushing
Figure 20
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Putting the Machine into Service
Models 75/335, 90/400 and 125/520
Before you put the machine into operation, remove the
three striking color transport braces securing the
vibrating machine components during transport. Refer
to Figure 22. One brace (pos.1) is located in the front
part of the machine, accessible after removal of the
front lower cover. The two braces (pos. 2) are placed
in the rear machine part, accessible after removal of
the case cover. After removal of the braces, mount the
covers back to their places.
Models 90/400 and 125/520
with Tilt Option
Once the transport braces are removed, place two
backstops supplied with the machine in their places.
Refer to Figure 23. These backstops secure the
machine when it is being tilted. When the braces are
removed and backstops attached, put the guards back.
FRONT
SIDE
BACKSTOP
2
1
CFD967N
Figure 22
CFD968N
Figure 23
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Models 180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200
Checking Before Putting into Service
Before you put the machine into operation, remove the
six striking color transport braces securing the
vibrating machine components during transport. The
three braces are placed on the left side of the machine
and three braces are placed on the right side of the
machine, accessible after removal of the side covers.
After removal of the braces, mount the covers back to
their places. Refer to Figure 24.
WARNING
The transport braces must be removed
prior to putting your machine into service,
otherwise your washing machine can be
seriously damaged!
W846
1. Check that the transport braces are removed.
2. Make sure the cabinet protective foil is removed.
3. Check if the waste sump is ready for water
drainage.
4. Check the protective connection (earth
connection) - “PE” or “PEN”.
5. Carefully read the operation manual before the
machine start and following the instructions
stated.
6. Check the drum rotation direction during
extracting. For 75/335, 90/400 and 125/520
models, the drum rotation should be counterclockwise during extraction while facing the
front of the machine. For 180/800, 230/1000
and 275/1200 models, the drum rotation should
be clockwise during extraction while facing the
front of the machine.
7. Check that the vibration switch function and the
emergency function is operating properly during
extracting.
CFD953N
Figure 24
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Symbols on the Machine
Caution, dangerous electrical tension,
electrical devices
Do not put your hands on the marked
area
Caution, other danger, read and
follow written instructions
Do not close or cover
Machine in operation
Caution - Increased temperature
The machine is switched over to
programming regime
The machine hot air outlet
The holes to be drilled not punched
In case of emergency press the
emergency button to stop the machine
Steam
Warm water inlet
(red label)
i
Soft cold water inlet
(light blue label)
Lubrication point
Hard cold water inlet
(dark blue label)
CFD833N
Figure 25
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Operation
Hanging Control (Washers with Tilting System)
1
2
3
4
5
6
CFD944N
1
2
3
Button for drum rotating, direction of rotating is
clockwise from the front view.
Button for drum rotating, direction of rotating is
counter clockwise from front view.
Button for tilting, direction of tilting is forward to
unload.
4
5
6
Button for tilting, direction of tilting is backward
to basic position.
Button for permission of washer tilting - twohand control.
Button for permission of drum rotation - twohand control.
Figure 26
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Micro Microprocessor
CFD1437R
Figure 27
START (advancing program)
STOP (interrupting program)
YES SELECTION
NO SELECTION
INCREASING SEQUENCE TIME
DECREASING SEQUENCE TIME
i
,
INFO (overview available wash programs and wash sequence functions)
SERVIS (shows actual water temperature and level, number of fulfilled
cycles and actual states
ACTIVATES THE TIME DELAY FUNCTION (delay time will be started by
pressing start)
OPENING THE INLET VALVES
ACTIVATE HEATING
OPEN DRAIN VALVE
SPEED ADJUST
ENTER - SELECTION OR CONFIRMATION
CFD835N
Figure 28
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Operation
Before Washing
Closing the Door
Sort the linen according to temperature and
instructions determined by fabric manufacturer. Check
laundry for strange objects like nails, screw, needles,
etc., to prevent washer-extractor or linen damage. Turn
sleeves of shirts, blouses, etc., inside out. To get a
better washing result, mix the bigger and smaller
pieces of linen and put them into the washer
separately.
WARNING
Never put fingers between the door sealing
and drum to avoid possible injury!
W848
Turn the handle up.
Before start up, make sure the door is properly latched.
Opening the Door
Turn the handle down.
For models equipped with the tilt option, open and
secure the door. Refer to Figure 6.
When the door is opened, the tilting function is
enabled. The buttons on the hanging control can now
be used.
NOTE: The tilting function is disabled when the
door is closed.
WARNING
When using the tilting control to tilt the
machine, always stand on the side of the
machine. Do not stand in front or behind
the moving machine!
For models equipped with the tilt option, a program
cannot be selected if the machine is not in the basic
position. If the machine’s door is closed before the
machine reaches the basic position, a warning will be
shown on the control’s display. When the warning is
shown, close the door and move the machine to the
basic position.
Program Selection
Choose one of the available wash programs, best
corresponding to the quality of linen and allowed wash
temperature in the wash load. Selection of the program
determines temperature and time for washing and
rinsing.
NOTE: To change factory settings and/or washing
programs and for other settings options - see
Programming Manual.
W847
Loading the Machine with Linen
Do not overload the washer extractor. Overloading the
machine can lead to a bad wash result. Half washing
loads can obstruct proper functioning.
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Wash Programs Overview
Wash program 1:
Hot wash
90°C/194°F
Wash program 2:
Warm wash
60°C/140°F
Wash program 3:
Colored wash
40°C/104°F
Wash program 4:
Bright colored wash
30°C/86°F
Wash program 5:
Woolens
15°C/59°F
Wash program 6:
Hot wash
90°C/194°F
ECONOMY level
Wash program 7:
Warm wash
60°C/140°F
ECONOMY level
Wash program 8:
Colored wash
40°C/104°F
ECONOMY level
Wash program 9:
Bright colored wash
30°C/86°F
ECONOMY level
Wash program 10:
Hot wash
90°C/194°F
SUPER ECONOMY level
Wash program 11:
Warm wash
60°C/140°F
SUPER ECONOMY level
Wash program 12:
Colored wash
40°C/104°F
SUPER ECONOMY level
Wash program 13:
Bright colored wash
30°C/86°F
SUPER ECONOMY level
Wash program 14:
Extraction
low speed
Wash program 15:
Extraction
high speed
Table 16
Add Detergent
Fill the soap dispenser at the front or side of the
washer extractor depending on the chosen program.
DISPENSER A: 1ST WASH
DISPENSER B: 2ND WASH
DISPENSER D: LAST RINSE
NOTE: If it advisable to use only detergents with
“reduced foaming” which can easily be found in
retail shops. The dosage of soap to use is generally
mentioned on the packaging. An overdose of
detergent can lead to poor wash results and “suds”
overflow which can damage the machine.
Make sure that the lid of the soap dispenser is closed
when the machine starts.
A B C D E
CFD836N
Figure 29
Add the detergents before the start of the wash cycle.
For washing machines connected to a liquid soap
supply system:
Check if the liquid soap supply system is in operation
and if there is sufficient quantity of liquid soap.
For standard wash programs versus custom made
wash programs:
This explanation is only valid for standard wash
programs. For custom made programs, it is possible
that other dispensers have been selected.
(See Programming Manual.)
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Operation
Start the Washer
Micro Microprocessor
After selecting the desired wash program number,
pressing the START button will start the wash cycle.
If there is no washing program available for the
selected program number, “INVALID” will be
displayed.
Wash Cycle Name
Program Number
1
Units
Wash Cycle Step
HOT WASH
Step 3
35.5
Minutes
Rinse
Wash/Spin Sequence
Progress Bar
Door State
Remaining Wash Cycle Time
CFD837N
Figure 30
WARNING
If “Close Door” is displayed, it is not
possible to start the washing cycle. Check
whether:
• the machine is in the basic position
• the drum door is closed
W849
End of Wash Cycle
WARNING
When the power supply has been cut, the
door will be automatically blocked against
opening. After cooling down the washing
bath, the door can be opened according to
the machine maintenance instructions.
Models with the Tilt Option - Tilting the
Machine Forward to a Position Suitable
for Unloading the Linen
For models equipped with the tilt option, open and
secure the door. Refer to Figure 6. The machine may
now be tilted forward as desired, up to the extreme
forward position. Please note that it is not required to
tilt the machine all of the way forward. To tilt the
machine forward, press and hold the hanging control's
buttons 3 and 5. Refer to Figure 26. Tilting will begin
after the buttons are held for approximately 10
seconds. When the machine has tilted forward all of
the way, the tilting will stop automatically.
NOTE: Tilting is possible only when the drum door
is open.
W850
At the end of the wash cycle, when the remaining
program time reaches “0”, “PROGRAM END” is
displayed. When “UNLOAD” appears on the display,
open the door by the door handle and take the
garments out of the washer extractor.
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Models with the Tilt Option - Unloading
the Linen
WARNING
During unloading while the drum is
rotating, do not stand in front of the
machine. The linen comes out of the
machine by itself. Do not pull the linen out
while the drum is rotating.
W851
To make unloading the linen easier, use the drum
rotation function. To make the drum rotate in the tilted
position, press and hold the button for drum rotating in
the required direction (Figure 26, pos. 1 or 2) and the
green button (6) on the controller at the same time.
This will make it easier to unload the linen.
Models with the Tilt Option - Tilting the
Machine to the Basic Position
After unloading the linen, tilt the machine back to the
starting position by pressing and holding the hanging
control’s buttons 4 and 5. Refer to Figure 26. Tilting
will begin after the buttons are held for approximately
10 seconds. When the machine has returned to the
basic position, the tilting will stop automatically.
NOTE: When the power supply is interrupted
during tilting, the machine remains secured in the
current position both during and after the power
supply restart.
It is possible to unload the linen in just a few steps: tilt
the machine and unload the linen using the drum
rotation function. Then, tilt the machine more and
repeat the drum rotation.
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Maintenance
5. Clean up the door gaskets to remove sediments
and dirt.
WARNING
Always follow safety instructions! Do not
bypass any safety devices or their parts.
Any interference to the machine functions
and construction are prohibited! Use the
proper chemical agents which avoid
calcium sediments on heating elements
and other machine parts. Discuss this
issue with your supplier of washing
products. The manufacturer of the
machine is not responsible for the
damage of heating elements and other
machine parts due to calcium sediments.
To avoid injuries:
• Do not operate the machine with broken/
missing parts or opened covers!
• Before maintenance work, disconnect the
machine power supply!
• When the main switch is turned off, the inlet
terminals of the machine main switch are
still under current!
W852
When replacing any parts of the machine, replace
them with original parts obtained from your dealer or
ordered through the spare parts manual.
Introduction
Due to the quality construction and reliable parts and
materials of the machine, the preventative
maintenance has been limited to a minimum of steps.
While the machine is still under warranty, call your
dealer to perform the monthly, 3 month and 6 month
procedures listed below to avoid warranty
cancellation.
IMPORTANT: Do not use solvents or acids to clean
the rubber door gasket!
IMPORTANT: Do not use oil or grease on rubber!
After the machine has been cleaned up, leave the door
open to provide venting to the machine and to prolong
the life of the door gasket. We recommend shutting off
all main inlets of electric power and steam (the laundry
main valves and switches).
Monthly or After 200 Working Hours
1. Lubricate according to Lubrication.
2. Check for leaks on external liquid soap supply
system.
IMPORTANT: Check all hose joints, screw joints
and connections on the external liquid soap system
to make sure it is leak-proof.
Every 3 Months or After 500
Working Hours
1. Check the bearing house for leaks.
2. Make sure the machine is disconnected from
main power supply by the laundry switch or
circuit breaker, and that the other workers are
well informed about the machine maintenance
activity.
3. Check the tightness of the bolts.
4. Visually inspect the pipes and hose connections
inside the machine for leakage.
Daily
5. Make sure that the control components are
protected against moisture and dust during clean
up. Wipe and clean the machine inside.
Perform daily:
6. Lubricate according to Lubrication.
1. Water and steam inlets for leakage.
2. Drain valve for leakage during washing process
and for proper opening (the valve is in the open
position without electric current).
3. Clean the machine cabinet to remove any traces
of washing soaps.
4. Soap hoppers must be cleaned at the end of each
working day.
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7. On machines with electric heating, check the
tightness of the heating element terminal contacts
and other power terminals (main switch, fuse
disconnectors, contactor, etc.).
8. Put the covers back and switch on the power
supply by the main laundry switch or circuit
breaker.
9. If there is an earth leakage trip installed in the
inlet circuit of the laundry electric switch board,
test it according to Earth Leakage Trips.
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Maintenance
Every 6 Months or After 1000
Working Hours
Safety Vibration Switch
1. Clean the steam inlet filters according to Steam
Filters.
2. Remove the rear machine cover and check the
condition and tightness of the V-belts (Driving
Mechanism).
WARNING
Before removing top or back panel of the
machine, switch power off and wait for at
least 10 minutes. Before starting
inspection of the frequency inverter,
check for residual voltage across main
circuit terminals + and -. This voltage
must be below 30 VDC before you can
access the inverter for inspection.
W853
3. Clean and remove dirt and dust from:
• the cooling fan of the inverter
• the motor cooling fans
• the internal ventilator of the inverter (if
present)
• the external ventilator (if present)
• the external air relieves of the machine
• check if ventilator in cooling fans of inverter
(if present) is functional
• check if external ventilator (if present) is
functional
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Function Description - Models 75/335,
90/400 and 125/520
The unit contains the vibration switch (Figure 32,
pews. 5) with a flexible controlling element which is
attached to a holder (7) by nuts (6) and this entire
assembly is bolted to the bottom of the switchboard
(4). The switch controlling element is inserted into the
rubber bushing (3) located into the limiter (2) which is
bolted to the drum front face (1). The switch attached
to the switchboard is a part of the machine skeleton
which is attached to the frame and the limiter with the
bushing is a part of the assembly that vibrates. The
vibration switch sensibility is given by a mutual
adjusting of these two components which controls the
unbalance level of linen in the drum.
Function Description - Models 180/800,
230/1000 and 275/1200
The vibration Switch is an important safety element
which must – if correctly adjusted – stop the machine
if excessive vibration and shaking occurs due to an
unbalance caused by improper distribution of linen in
the washing drum. Because this component is very
important, it is recommended that at the first
installation and then once in a year the vibration
switch is verified by a qualified worker.
The unit contains the vibration switch (Figure 33,
pews. 4) with a flexible controlling element, which is
attached to a holder (6) by nuts (5) and the entire
assembly is bolted to the rigid machine frame (3). The
switch controlling element is inserted into the limiters
(2) which is bolted to the front part of moving frame
(1). The limiters are a part of the assembly that
vibrates. The vibration switch sensibility is given by a
mutual adjusting of these two components which
controls the unbalance level of linen in the drum.
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Maintenance
Sensibility Adjustment - Models 75/335,
90/400 and 125/520
1. By moving limiter (Figure 32, pews. 2) up or
down (direction A), you will adjust the center of
rubber bushing to the control element axis of
vibration switch.
2. By moving the vibration switch on the holder (7)
to the left, you will increase the sensibility and to
the right you decrease it (direction B). To reach
the maximum permitted unbalance value it is
necessary to keep the distance of 100 mm (3.93
in.) between the limiter (2) and the vibration
switch (5) - see the side view.
Moving the holder (7) with the switch left or right
(direction C) you will center the switch control
element in the rubber bushing of the liner.
Sensibility Adjustment - Models 180/800,
230/1000 and 275/1200
1. Set a distance of 12 mm (0.47 inches) between
the limiters (2).
2. By moving the vibration switch (4) on the holder
(6) to the left, you will decrease the sensibility
and to the right you increase it (direction A). To
reach the maximum permitted unbalance value, it
is necessary to keep the distance of 60 mm
(2.36 inches) between the limiters (2) and the
vibration switch (4).
3. Moving the holder (6) with the switch left or
right (direction B) you will center the switch
control element to the distance axis between the
limiters (2).
Verifying the Function
Verify the function as follows:
1. Open the control panel cover.
2. Start extraction mode.
3. After reaching the maximum RPM, carefully
switch over the vibration switch by moving the
flexible control element manually.
WARNING
Do this carefully to avoid injuries by
moving and non-moving parts of the
machine! After you have checked the
function, mount all panel covers back to
their original places.
W854
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1
1
60 mm
12 mm
B
2
2
6
4
3
A
4
2
5
6
3
80kg/180lb = 250 mm/9,84 in.
100kg/230lb = 497 mm/19,57 in.
120kg/275lb = 353 mm /13,90 in.
CFD954N
1
2
3
Front part of moving frame
Limiters
Machine frame
4
5
6
Vibration switch
Adjusting nut
Vibration switch holder
Figure 31
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Maintenance
C
5
100 mm/3,94"
5
2
B
6
A
1
3
7
2
4
4
1
SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
CFD969N
1
2
3
4
Front face of the drum
Limiters
Bushing
Switchboard bottom
5
6
7
Vibration switch
Adjusting nut
Vibration switch holder
Figure 32
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Torque Specifications - 75/335, 90/400 and 125/520 Models
Bolt
(Nut)
Models
Dimension
Amount
A
75 / 335, 90 / 400 and 125 / 520
M20x65
24
600
443
75 / 335, 90 / 400 and 125 / 520
M12x30
8
70
52
75 / 335
KM13
1
450
332
C
75 / 335, 90 / 400 and 125 / 520
M12x35
6
70
52
D
75 / 335, 90 / 400 and 125 / 520
M30x80
1
800
590
E
75 / 335, 90 / 400 and 125 / 520
M12x38
4
25
18.5
B
Tightening Moment Tightening Moment
(Nm)
(lb. ft.)
Table 17
E
A
D
B
C
CFD970N
A
B
C
Bolts of Hub flange
Bolts fixing the pulley to the nut of clamping sleeve
Bolts fixing the motor plate to the external drum
D
E
Bolts fixing the inner drum to the shaft
Bolts fixing the door brackets
A spanner for the jam nut KM 13 is not a part of the delivery or accessories.
Figure 33
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Maintenance
Torque Specifications - 180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200 Models
Tightening
Tightening
Models
Dimension Amount
Moment
Moment
(Nm)
(lb. ft.)
Bolt
(Nut)
180 / 800
A
230 / 1000
275 / 1200
180 / 800
B
230 / 1000 and 275 / 1200
C
D
E
M16x70
M20x70
M10x60
Bolt
Type
24
200
148
8.8
24
350
258
8.8
32
350
258
8.8
20
15
A2
7
7
180 / 800 and 230 / 1000
M10x30
8
20
15
4.8
275 / 1200
M12x30
8
36
27
4.8
180 / 800
M10x60
4
44
32
8.8
230 / 1000 and 275 / 1200
M10x60
6
44
32
8.8
180 / 800, 230 / 1000 and 275 / 1200
M16x75
88
65
4.8
12
Table 18
A
B
C
D
E
CFD955N
A
B
C
Hub flange bolts
Bolts fixing the door hinges
Bolts fixing the bearing house cover
D
E
Bolts fixing the pulley to the nut of
clamping sleeve
Bolts fixing the spring nut
Figure 34
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Lubrication
WARNING
3
1
Do the lubrication work only when the
main switch is off and all components
have been stopped (if not stated
otherwise in following instruction)!
2
CFD971N
W855
Every time you use a grease gun, especially for
greasing bearings and seals, do it slowly - not faster
than 5 strokes in 1 minute. The grease gun can create a
high pressure which can cause seal deformation and
consequent leakage. Never operate the grease gun
faster even if the grease contains air gaps.
Over-lubrication can cause the same damage as
insufficient lubrication.
Always make sure that your grease gun is in perfect
condition.
If you substitute the lubricant by another type make
sure that these two kinds are compatible, otherwise
there is a risk of bearing failure. For example, lithium
lubricants are compatible with calcareous lubricants
but not with sodium ones.
IMPORTANT: Never mix petroleum lubricants
with silicone lubricants!
Lubrication Points, Quantity and
Lubrication Periods - Models 75/335,
90/400 and 125/520
Lubricant
Use a multipurpose lithium lubricant containing highpressure additives of consistency NLGI 2.
SKF - LGEP 2
ESSO - BEACON EP 2
Lubricators
1
2
3
Rubber seal lubricator
Front bearing lubricator
Rear bearing lubricator
Figure 35
Quantity of Lubricant
2 cm³ (2 strokes) - once in a month or every 200
working hours, which ever comes first.
Lubrication Points, Quantity and
Lubrication Periods - Models 180/800,
230/1000 and 275/1200
Once in 6 months or when needed, grease spring
suspension eyes (Figure 42, pos. 4), guiding rods
(pos. 5), the door handle casing (Figure 39, pos. 2) and
the casings in the door hinge (Figure 39, pos. 7). The
motor bearings are maintenance-free (do not
lubricate).
The hubs of machines are maintenance-free.
Pneumatic Lubricator
Fill the lubricator pot with approximately 23 cm³ of
oil. Refer to Figure 36.
Recommended types of oil: non-detergent and without
aggressive additives, viscosity VG32 (ISO 3448). E.g.,
oil for pneumatic devices or hydraulic oil.
Pressure regulator
For main bearings and seals, lubricators are located on
the rear machine cabinet and marked by the symbol
“Lubrication point”. Refer to Figure 35. Lubricators
can also be marked by text “Lubrication”. Press the
lubricant in slowly and let the drum rotate with the
same speed as during washing.
Lubricator pot
Condensation trap
CFD839N
Figure 36
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Maintenance
Driving Mechanism
The belts are accessible after the rear or side cover has
been dismantled. if the belts are too tight, the bearing
seatings are under stress and their life service has been
shortened.
On new machines and after a belt replacement, make
an inspection of the belt tightness:
1. After first 24 hours of operation
2. After first 80 hours of operation
If the belts are too loose, they can slip on the pulley
and cause noisy operation.
3. Every 6 months or every 1000 operation hours whichever comes first.
In the case of need, tighten the belts. Change the belts
if worn out or damaged.
Testing force of belt tensioning which can be
measured by tension meter is indicated in Table 19.
Inspection of Belt Tightness
The procedure for approximate belt tensioning
according to the force measured by the tension meter:
WARNING
Apply a load at the middle of the belt. The data is valid
only for belts from the manufacturer.
Before you start, turn off the main switch
to avoid possible injuries!
W856
Model
75/335
90/400
125/520
180/800
230/1000
275/1200
Belt Deflection, mm (in.)
20 (.78)
20 (.78)
20 (.78)
12.3 (.48)
9 (.35)
9 (.35)
Force in Belt Deflection, N
53 - 54
68 - 69
68 - 69
11 - 12
20 - 22
20 - 22
200
300
300
-
-
-
-
-
-
36 - 37
35 - 37
35 - 37
Force Measured by Device, N
Frequency Measured by Device, Hz
Table 19
Belt Replacement
D
IMPORTANT: Never use a crowbar to take off the
belts over the pulley grooves.
Loosen the bolts of the tightening pulley on the drum
rear wall and the adjusting screw for taking the belts
off. Always change a complete set of the belts. Always
use the same type of belts in the same set. If the
pulleys are damaged, replace them.
2
B
After the belt replacement, check the pulley alignment,
the tightness of belts, bolts and nuts. Keep the belts
and pulleys clean and free of oil, lubricants, water, etc.
A
Pulley Alignment
A precondition for the reliable operation and long
service life of the belts is a proper pulley alignment.
Do the inspection of the alignment by means of a ruler
(Figure 37), placing it on the pulley faces. If all points
(A, B, C, D) are touching the ruler, the pulleys are
aligned.
1
C
4
3
CFD844N
1
2
3
4
Main housing with the pulley
Drum
Drive motor
Ruler
Figure 37
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Maintenance
Steam Filters
Thrust of Door Seal
Machines are equipped with filters on steam inlets
(if the machine has steam heating). It is necessary to
clean up the filters occasionally to avoid a
prolongation of filling the machine with water.
Intervals between cleaning depend on the quantity of
foreign particles in the water line.
If there is water leakage around the door, check to see
if it has been caused by the door shifting out of its
position or if the door seal thrust should be adjusted. In
some cases the door seal has to replaced.
Adjusting on the Side of the Door Handle
1. Unscrew the bolt (Refer to Figure 39 for 75/335,
90/400 and 125/520 models and to Figure 40 for
180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200 models, detail
“B”, pos. 1), securing the casing of the door
handle (2).
Cleaning the Filter
1. Stop the steam inlet to the machine.
WARNING
Before you start cleaning the filter, check
to see if the steam inlet to machine is
closed and cold!
W857
2. Unscrew the filter plug (Figure 38, pos. 4) and
remove the filter sieve (2).
3. Clean the sieve with running water or
compressed air.
4. Put the sieve (2) and gasket (3) back on the filter
body (1) and tighten the plug (4).
2. Unscrew the casing (2) from the door bearer (3)
always by a whole turn so that the groove in the
casing thread (2) appears below the securing bolt
(1).
3. To make the casing turning (2) easier, use the
semicircle notches (4) between the casing (2) and
the handle pin (5), in which you insert a
cylindrical object (a bolt, etc.). By turning the
handle, the casing (2) will also move.
4. After the door thrust has been adjusted, tighten
up the securing bolt (1) to the groove in the
casing (2) thread.
1
2
3
4
CFD845N
1
2
3
4
Filter body
Filter sieve
Gasket
Plug
Figure 38
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“B”
5
4
“C”
2
3
8
“B”
3
“C”
7
9
1
6
CFD972N
1
2
3
4
5
Handle bolt
Handle sleeve
Door carrier beam
Semicircle cuts
Handle pin
6
7
8
9
Hinge bolt
Hinge
Elimination washer
Door
Figure 39
“B”
5
4
“C”
2
3
8
“B”
3
“C”
7
9
1
6
CFD956N
1
2
3
4
5
Handle bolt
Handle sleeve
Door carrier beam
Semicircle cuts
Handle pin
6
7
8
9
Hinge bolt
Hinge
Elimination washer
Door
Figure 40
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Maintenance
Spring Unit - Models 75/335, 90/400
and 125/520
The spring unit adjusting is achieved by turning the
nuts (2) with the same number always simultaneously
on the opposite guiding rod (3) of spring unit.
Adjusted by manufacturer.
The adjustment is correct when a same gap in all four
corners of the suspended machine part has been
achieved. (X = 55 mm/ 2.16 inches) between the plate
edge (4) of the vibrating part and the frame top surface
(5).
Spring units are to be adjusted in the case that you
found out the suspended machine part is not in a
horizontal position (without linen and water) or after
the spring unit has been replaced. Refer to Figure 41.
WARNING!
MAIN SWITCH MUST BE OFF!
6
2
4
3
X
5
1
2
6
CFD975N
1
2
3
Spring unit
Adjusting nuts
Guiding rods
4
5
6
Suspended part
Machine frame
Spring suspension eyes
Figure 41
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Spring Unit - Models 180/800, 230/1000 and 275/1200
Adjusted by manufacturer.
1
2
3
4
5
4
CFD957N
1
2
3
Spring unit
Machine frame
Suspended part
4
5
Suspension spring eyes
Guiding rods
Figure 42
Replacement Washer Fuses
Fuse Values
The correct values of fuses can be found in the vicinity
of the fuse holders, on the electrical scheme and
delivered with the machine. When a fuse is blown, you
can replace it with the same value but NOT with a
higher value. If the fuse blows again, do not change it,
but find the cause of the failure. Contact your
distributor for help if necessary.
Earth Leakage Trips
WARNING
A qualified worker must perform a test of
the earth leakage trip function at least
once every 3 months.
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The Test Procedure
Press the test push button of the earth leakage trip
while it is under tension. The earth leakage trip must
go off!
If the laundry is equipped with the earth leakage trip in
the inlet circuit of the electric switchboard, it is
necessary to test it regularly. The earth leakage trip is a
very sensitive device which provides a safety for
operators avoiding the risk of electric shock while the
machine is in operation.
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Troubleshooting Aids
Door Blocking
Description of Door Lock Function
The door lock has been designed as a compact unit. Its
function is to secure the door against the opening
during the washing cycle. When the cycle is finished,
the unlocking is done automatically by a programmer.
The lock is also blocked during failure situations, e.g.,
electric network black out, before and after the
machine installation, etc. You can unlock it in case of
an emergency according to the procedure hereafter
described.
Lock without Tensions before the
Program Start
It is possible to open and shut the washing machine
door any time. The lock will not be blocked; coils with
the latch are not active.
Main Switch and Emergency Stop Button
are Switched On
Door Shutting
The lock is secured by a blocking latch after the door
is shut and the program has been started. In this
moment, it is not possible to open the door.
Unblocking the Door Lock in Case of
Emergency
If the power blackout takes too long, you can make an
emergency unblocking of the door lock. The
emergency door opening procedure is as follows:
WARNING
Before the emergency door opening, turn
off the machine main switch! Never open
the door while drum is still running! Never
open the door if “Too Hot” is indicated!
Risk of burn or scald injuries! Never open
the door if the machine parts feel too
warm! Do not open the door until there is
no water in the drum or the water will flow
out after opening the door!
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1. Verify if all conditions are present to safely open
the door.
2. For 75/335, 90/400 and 125/520 models, insert a
tool with a maximum diameter of 5.5 mm
(.21 in.) into the finger protection hole in the door
lock cover and push softly. Refer to Figure 44.
Door Opening
2
The door can be opened after the lock is unblocked
and when the blocking latch moves to the non-active
position. This situation occurs at the end of a program
or when pressing the Stop button.
5
Current Failure During Operation
When the power supply has been interrupted during a
wash cycle, the door lock stays in a blocked position,
and the door cannot be opened.
3
4
1
CFD973N
Figure 43
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3. For 180/800 and 275/1200 models unscrew the
bolt in the lock cover, Refer to Figure 44. Insert a
screwdriver into the hole in the lock cover and
push softly.
4. By this, the latch mechanism is lifted up and the
lock is unblocked. The lock stays unblocked even
after the tool removal.
5. Open the door if all safety conditions are
fulfilled.
CFD848N
Figure 44
Error Indication Shown on Display
See Programming Manual.
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Putting the Machine out of Service
If the machine is out of service, follow these
instructions.
Disconnecting the Machine
1. Switch off the external electric power inlet to the
machine.
2. Turn off the main switch on the machine rear.
3. Shut the external steam inlet to the machine.
4. Make sure that the external electric power steam
inlets are shut off. Disconnect all electric, water
or steam inlets.
5. Insulate the external electric power inlet
conductors.
6. Equip the machine with an “Out of service” sign.
7. Unscrew nuts (bolts) fixing the machine to the
floor.
8. During transportation, follow the instructions
Important Information Before Installation and
Handling, Transportation and Storage.
If the machine will never be used again, secure it so
that injury of persons, damage to health, property and
nature is avoided. Make sure persons or animals can
not be enclosed inside the machine and injury of
persons by moving or sharp parts of the machine can
not occur (e.g., remove the door, secure the drum
against turning, etc.).
IMPORTANT: Be careful: falling door and glass
can cause injuries!
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Putting the Machine out of Service
Machine Disposal
WARNING
Take all necessary action and precautions
when disassembling the washer to avoid
injuries by glass or sharp metal edges.
W860
Possibility of the Machine Disposal by a
Specialized Company
Information concerning the WEEE-directive (Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment, for European
Union member states only):
• For the production of the machine that you have
purchased, natural resources are being reclaimed
and used. The machine can contain substances
which are dangerous for health and environment.
• When you dispose of your machine, to avoid
spreading of these substances in our environment
and to reduce the pressure on our natural
resources, we encourage you to use the
collection, reuse and recycle system in your
region or country. These systems reuse or recycle
most of the components.
MIX1N
Figure 45
Possibility of the Machine Liquidation by
Own Potential
It is necessary to sort out the parts for metal, nonmetal, glass, plastics, etc., and bring them to recycling
places. The sorted out materials have to be classified
into waste groups. Offer the sorted waste to an
appropriate company for further treatment.
• The symbol “crossed out bin on wheels”
(Figure 45), invites you to make use of these
systems.
• If you wish more information concerning the
systems for collection, reuse or recycling of
disposed machines, you can contact the
appropriate administration in your region or
country for waste management.
• You can also contact the manufacturer for more
information concerning the environmental
performances of our products.
• Please, consider that the WEEE directive is
generally only available for household machines.
In some countries professional machines are
added, in others not. Therefore, the symbol
(Figure 45) may not be present.
• Info for dealers: Due to the diversity of the
national legislations, the manufacturer can not
take all the measures to be in accordance with all
national legislation of each member state. We
expect that each dealer who imports our
appliances into a member state (and puts it on the
market) takes the necessary steps to be in
compliance with the national legislation (as the
directive requires).
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