Electrolux W4130N Specifications

Programming Manual
Washer Extractors
Compass Control
438 9216-01/EN
07.12
Contents
Contents
Safety precautions......................................................................................5
General........................................................................................................7
Engaging servicemode...........................................................................7
Programming...............................................................................................9
Parameter programming........................................................................9
Statistics...............................................................................................14
Price programming....................................................................................21
Price on program..................................................................................21
Price on option.....................................................................................22
Price reduction.....................................................................................22
Coin value.............................................................................................23
Show coin counter...............................................................................24
Conversion table water level with empty drum.........................................25
Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions
This machine can only be used with water. Never use dry cleaning agents.
Do not allow children to operate the machine.
Do not hose down or spray the machine with water.
All mechanical and electrical installation must be carried out by qualified personnel.
Do not bypass the door locking device.
Should the machine malfunction, please report the fault to the technician responsible for the machine.
All external equipment which is connected to the machine must be
CE/EMC-approved and connected using an approved shielded cable.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes to design and
com­ponent specifications.
General
General
This programming manual is intended for personnel with the authority to adjust parameters in
the machine’s existing wash programs, programming slot meters, reading statistics and configuring certain machine interfaces with the user.
Programming is achieved using menus in the
display while the machine is in service mode.
Engaging servicemode
1
Alt. 1
Service mode is engaged by using one of the
following alternative:
CON6
1
1
Alt. 2 Service switch on the I/O board at the
rear of the machine to the right of the
electrical connection (not on WD4130H
and WD4240H).
1
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W455H
Press the service button about 2 sec.
Alt. 2
Service button
CON6
1
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Alt. 1 Service switch on the CPU board under
the top cover on the front of the machine.
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Alt. 2
6580
General
2
The machine software will now switch to its
service mode. The display lists the submenus
available in this mode.
2
MAIN MENU
01.00.00.00
SERVICE
PARAMETER PROG
STATISTICS
CONFIG 1
CONFIG 2
This programming manual describes the
functions and programming instructions for
the following submenus:
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PARAMETER PROGR.
STATISTICS
ADJUST DISPLAY
RESET TO FACTORY
QUICK START BUTTONS
For other submenus, please refer to the service
manual.
3
To save changes to the machine’s flash memory,
they must be confirmed in a menu that is displayed automatically whenever a change has
been made and you are exiting the menu.
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3
SAVE TO MEMORY
YES
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Programming
Programming
1
Parameter programming
MAIN MENU
02.00.00.00
SERVICE
PARAMETER PROG
STATISTICS
CONFIG 1
CONFIG 2
ADJUST DISPLAY
From this menu you can change a number of parameters in the machine’s wash program. These
changes can be applied to all installed wash
programs or just for one individual
wash program.
1
2
3
4
Select the PARAMETER PROG row and
press the knob.
Choose whether to apply the change to all
the wash programs or just to one individual wash
program and press the knob.
If the change is to be applied to only one individual wash program, select the program and
press the knob.
The parameters that can be adjusted are now
shown on the display. Select the desired parameter and press the knob.
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•
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•
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•
ADD PRERINSES
TIME PREWASHES
LEVEL PREWASHES
TEMP. PREWASHES
TIME MAIN WASHES
LEVEL MAIN WASHES
TEMP. MAIN WASHES
ADD RINSES
LEVEL RINSES
SKIP SEC. LAST RINSE
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2
PARAMETER PROGR.
02.02.00.00
ALL WASH PROGRAM
SELECT WASH PROG
EXIT
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3
PARAMETER PROGR.
02.02.01.00
NORMAL 40
NORMAL 60
NORMAL 95
SYNTH 40
SYNTH 60
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PARAMETER PROGR.
02.01.02.01
XX KG W&D
XX KG W&D
DRYING, 10 MIN
DRUM RINSE
XX KG WASH
WD4130H, WD4240H only
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PARAMETER PROGR.
02.02.01.01
ADD PRERINSES
TIME PREWASHES
LEVEL PREWASHES
TEMP. PREWASHES
TIME MAIN WASHES
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10
5
Programming
The arrow in each parameter menu shows the
column being adjusted.
5
• Turn the knob clockwise to set the desired
number between 0 and 9.
PARAMETER PROGR.
add prerinses
• Turn the knob anticlockwise to move to the
next column. Turn the knob clockwise and
set the value, etc.
000
• Once all the columns have been set, press
the knob to confirm the setting. Save by selection YES.
• Once all the necessary parameters have been
adjusted, select EXIT to return to the main
menu.
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Programming
ADD PRERINSES
6
Use the knob to set the number of rinses
to be added to all or the chosen wash program
and press the knob.
11
6
PARAMETER PROGR.
add prerinses
000
Confirm that the setting is to be saved by
selecting yes and pressing the knob again.
TIME PREWASHES
7
Use the knob to adjust the time for the prewash
to be applied to all or the chosen wash program
and press the knob. The time is given in minutes
± 20. (In some cases the value is limited. If a too
high value is selected, the display will show the
max value allowed.)
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PARAMETER PROGR.
prewash minutes
+0000
Confirm that the setting is to be saved by selecting yes and pressing the knob again.
LEVEL PREWASHES
8
Use the knob to adjust the water level during
the prewash to be applied to all or the chosen
wash program and press the knob. The level is
given in scale divisions±78, see under heading
"Conversion ­table water level" (In some cases
the value is limited. If a too high value is selected, the display will show the max value allowed.)
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8
PARAMETER PROGR.
level prewash sku
+0000
Confirm that the setting is to be saved by selecting yes and pressing the knob again.
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TEMP. PREWASHES
9
Use the knob to adjust the temperature during
the prewash to be applied to all or the chosen
wash program and press the knob. The temperature is given in °C ± 20, max 95 °C. (In some
cases the value is limited. If a too high value is
selected, the display will show the max value
allowed.)
Adjusting temperature is done in °F and simultaneously changes the temperature in °C.
Confirm that the setting is to be saved by selecting yes and pressing the knob again.
9
PARAMETER PROGR.
temp. prewash
°F
°C
+000 +000
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Programming
12
TIME MAIN WASHES
10
Use the knob to adjust the time for the main
wash to be applied to all or the chosen wash
program and press the knob. The time is given in
minutes ± 20. (In some cases the value is limited.
If a too high value is selected, the display will
show the max value allowed.)
10
PARAMETER PROGR.
MAIN WASH minuteS
+0000
Confirm that the setting is to be saved by selecting yes and pressing the knob again.
LEVEL MAIN WASHES
11
Use the knob to adjust the water level during
the main wash to be applied to all or the chosen
wash program and press the knob. The level is
given in scale divisions±78, see under heading
"Conversion ­table water level". (In some cases
the value is limited. If a too high value is selected, the display will show the max value allowed.)
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11
PARAMETER PROGR.
LEVEL MAIN WASH
+0000
Confirm that the setting is to be saved by selecting yes and pressing the knob again.
TEMP. MAIN WASHES
12
Use the knob to adjust the temperature during
the main wash () to be applied to all or the chosen wash program and press the knob. The
temperature is given in °C ± 20, max 95 °C. (In
some cases the value is limited. If a too high
value is selected, the display will show the max
value allowed.)
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PARAMETER PROGR.
temp. MAIN WASH
°F
°C
+000 +000
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Adjusting temperature is done in °F and simultaneously changes the temperature in °C.
Confirm that the setting is to be saved by selecting yes and pressing the knob again.
ADD RINSES
13
Use the knob to set the number of rinses to be
added to all or the chosen wash program and
press the knob. The specified number of rinses
will be added before the normal final rinse.
Confirm that the setting is to be saved by selecting yes and pressing the knob again.
13
PARAMETER PROGR.
ADD RINSES
000
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Programming
LEVEL RINSES
14
13
14
Use the knob to adjust the water level for rinses
to be applied to all or the chosen wash program
and press the knob. The level is given in scale
divisions±78, see under heading "Conversion
­table water level". (In some cases the value is
limited. If a too high value is selected, the display
will show the max value allowed.)
PARAMETER PROGR.
level rinses
+0000
Confirm that the setting is to be saved by selecting yes and pressing the knob again.
SKIP SEC. LAST RINSE
15
The second to last normal rinse can be excluded
from the wash program using this menu.
Confirm that the setting is to be saved by selecting yes and pressing the knob again.
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15
PARAMETER PROGR.
skip sec. last rinse
YES
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Programming
14
Statistics
16
17
This menu contains statistics on running time,
completed wash programs and terminated wash
programs, slot meter and error codes.
Select the STATISTICS row and press the knob.
The display will now show a number of submenus containing the available statistics. Select
the desired menu and press the knob.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
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•
•
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RUN HOURS
TRIP RUN HOURS
RESET TRIP RUN HOURS
NUMB. WASH PROG.
TRIP. WASH PROG.
RESET WASH PROG.
COIN COUNT 1
RESET COIN COUNT 1
COIN COUNT 2
RESET COIN COUNT 2
RESTARTS, UNBALANCE
OMITTED EXTRACTIONS
ERROR LOG 1
ERROR LOG 2
ERROR LOG MOTOR
WASH PROG. STATISTICS
16
MAIN MENU
03.00.00.00
SERVICE
PARAMETER PROG
STATISTICS
CONFIG 1
CONFIG 2
ADJUST DISPLAY
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17
STATISTICS
03.01.00.00
RUN HOURS
TRIP RUN HOURS
RESET TRIP RUN HOURS
NUMB. WASH PROG.
TRIP WASH PROG
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18
RUN HOUR
18
Specifies the total running hours, in hours, since
the machine was installed and used for the first
time.
TRIP RUN HOURS
19
Specifies the total running hours , in hours, since
the running hours were last reset.
RESET TRIP RUN HOURS
STATISTICS
RUN HOURS
00146
BACK=PRESS KNOB
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19
Resets the running hours trip counter.
20
Confirm that the counter is to be reset by selecting yes and pressing the knob.
STATISTICS
TRIP RUN HOURS
00036
BACK=PRESS KNOB
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20
STATISTICS
ARE YOU SURE?
YES
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Programming
NUMB. WASH PROG.
21
21
Specifies the total number of wash programs
since the machine was installed and used for the
first time.
TRIP. WASH PROG.
22
15
Specifies the total number of wash programs
since the counter was last reset.
STATISTICS
NUMB. WASH PROG.
00000
BACK=PRESS KNOB
RESET WASH PROG.
Resets the wash program trip counter.
23
22
Confirm that the counter is to be reset by selecting yes and pressing the knob again.
COIN COUNT 1 and 2
24
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Coin count 1 shows the total sum of the value of
the coins inserted in coin insert 1 alt. 1 and 2.
STATISTICS
TRIP WASH PROG.
00000
BACK=PRESS KNOB
Coin count 2 shows the total number of the
coins inserted in coin insert 1 alt. 1 and 2.
RESTARTS, UNBALANCE
25
Specifies the number of restarts the machine has
done due to an unbalanced drum.
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23
STATISTICS
ARE YOU SURE?
YES
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24
STATISTICS
COIN COUNT 1
00000
BACK=PRESS KNOB
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25
STATISTICS
RESTARTS,UNBALANCE
00000
BACK=PRESS KNOB
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Programming
16
OMITTED EXTRACTIONS
26
Specifies the number of times the machine has
omitted water extraction due to an unbalanced
drum.
ERROR LOG 1
27
28
26
Shows up to 20 of the latest error codes and
how many wash programs that have been
carried out since the error code was generated.
The most recent error is at the top of the list.
Select an error code and press the knob. The
following information is given for the selected
error code:
• Wash program running when error occurred
• The program phase the machine was in
when the error occurred
• Total number of wash programs
• Total running hours
STATISTICS
OMITTED EXTRACTIONS
00000
BACK=PRESS KNOB
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27
ERROR :WASH COUNTER
007
:
0041
011
:
0023
032
:
0015
010
:
0008
EXIT
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ERROR LOG 2
29
30
Shows all the error codes that have occurred
and the total number each error code has been
activated.
Select an error code and press the knob. The
following information is given for the selected
error code::
• Number of times the error code has been
activated.
• The total number of wash programs since last
error occurred.
• The running hours since the last time the error
occurred.
28
ERROR CODE
011
NORMAL 60
WASHPROG. COUNTER
00000
TOTAL WASH TIME
00000
BACK=PRESS KNOB
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29
ERROR
007
011
032
010
EXIT
:
:
:
:
:
AMOUNT
0003
0005
0011
0001
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30
ERROR CODE
011
NUMBER:
0007
WASHPROG. COUNTER
00000
TOTAL WASH TIME
00000
BACK=PRESS KNOB
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Programming
ERROR LOG MOTOR
31
The internal registration of error codes in the
motor control is shown.
17
31
READING MCU E2PRO
Note!
It can take up to one minute before information is shown in the display.
For further information, contact your supplier.
WASH PROG. STATISTICS
32
33
Shows a list of the wash programs installed on
the machine.
Select a wash program and press the knob. The
following information is given for the selected
error code:
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WASH PROG. STATISTICS
03.14.01.00
NORMAL 40
NORMAL 60011:23
NORMAL 95
SYNTH 40
SYNTH 60
• Number of times the wash program has been
run.
• The sum of the total washing time for selected wash program.
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WASH PROG. STATISTICS
NORMAL 40011
:23
WASHPROG. COUNTER
00360
TOTAL WASH TIME
00423
BACK=PRESS KNOB
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Programming
18
ADJUST DISPLAY
34
35
The contrast of the display can be adjusted with
this menu to adapt to the prevailing lighting in the
room where the machine is placed. Turn clockwise
or counter clockwise direction.
Adjust the value as necessary.
Confirm the new setting by selecting yes and
pressing the knob again.
34
MAIN MENU
06.00.00.00
CONFIG 2
ADJUST DISPLAY
RESET TO FACTORY
ACTIVATE WASH PROGR.
QUICK START BUTTONS
I/O ADDRESS
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RESET TO FACTORY
Using the ”RESET TO FACTORY” menu,
changed parameters in the machine’s software
can be reset to their factory defaults, i.e. the
parameter values the machine had when it left
the factory. Parameters for resetting are divided
into the following five groups:
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•
•
•
•
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Config 1
Config 2**
Activated CBT communication**
Activated Programs
Program Parameters
Activated MIS communication
Rest. to fact. config**
Total restore**
** Requires password
36
Select the RESET TO FACTORY row and press the
knob.
37
Enter the desired parameter group to reset and
press the knob.
38
Confirm the reset by selecting yes and pressing
the knob again.
35
ADJUST DISPLAY
TURN CLOCKW
INCREASE.
ANTICLOCKW.
DECREASE
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36
MAIN MENU
07.00.00.00
ADJUST DISPLAY
RESET TO FACTORY
ACTIVATE WASH PROGR.
QUICK START BUTTONS
I/O ADDRESS
EXIT
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37
REST. TO FACT. CONFIG
07.01.00.00
CONFIG 1
CONFIG 2
ACTIVATED CBT COMM.
ACTIVATED PROGRAMS
PROGRAM PARAMETERS
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REST. TO FACT. CONFIG
ARE YOU SURE?
YES
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Programming
QUICK START BUTTONS
This menu enables you to program the
machine’s quick start buttons (applies to quick
start buttons marked 1 and 2 only).
39
Select the QUICK START BUTTONS/CONFIG
BUTTONS row and press the knob.
40
Press the button to be programmed.
41
19
39
MAIN MENU
09.00.00.00
ADJUST DISPLAY
RESET TO FACTORY
ACTIVATE WASH PROG.
QUICK START BUTTONS
I/O ADDRESS
EXIT
Select a program, option or disable the
button. To be able to select an option, a wash
program has to be selected first.
Confirm the new setting by selecting yes and
pressing the knob again.
Label the button with the selected function with
the accompanying sticker.
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MAIN MENU
09.00.00.00
ACTIVATE WASH PROG.
CONFIG BUTTONS
I/O ADDRESS
PRICE PROGRAMMING
EXIT
As standard, the first wash program is on
button 1 and the next wash program on button 2
in the wash program selection menu.
WD4130H, WD4240H only
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40
QUICK START BUTTONS
SELECT QSTART BUTTON
6227
BACK=PRESS KNOB
6226
CONFIG BUTTONS
09.02.00.00
QUICK START
OPTIONS
EXIT
WD4130H, WD4240H only
6227
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QUICK START BUTTONS
09.01.00.00
WASH PROGRAM
OPTION
REMOVE BUTTON
EXIT
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Price programming
Price programming
21
1
To be able to perform price programming the
machine needs to have the coin-meter installed
and connected.
If a machine is equipped with a coin-meter after
it has been installed, the coin-meter needs to
be activated prior to price settings. This can be
done by setting a value on Coin Value 1 alt. both
Coin Value 1 and 2. This can be done under the
menu Config 1 or under Price Programming.
Mark row "COIN VALUE"
• Pull out the coin box
1
• Activate the switch for price programming
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2
Price programming menu will now be shown in
the display. Price setting can now be done for
wash programs, options and price reduction.
PRICE PROGRAMMING
11.01.00.00
PRICE ON PROGRAM
PRICE ON OPTION
PRICE REDUCTION
COIN VALUE
SHOW COIN COUNTER
Price on program
2
3
4
• Mark row “Price on program” and press the
knob.
• Select wash program for price setting.
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3
• Give requested price and press the knob.
PRICE PROGRAMMING
11.01.00.00
NORMAL 40
NORMAL 60
NORMAL 95
SYNTHETIC 40
SYNTHETIC 60
Price set wash program will be shown with a
rectangle after the program name.
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PRICE PROGRAMMING
11.01.00.00
XX KG W&D
XX KG W&D
DRYING, 10 MIN
DRUM RINSE
XX KG WASH
WD4130H, WD4240H only
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4
NORMAL 40
PRICE
0003
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Price programming
22
Price on option
5
• Mark row “Price on option” and press the
knob.
6
• Select the option for price setting.
7
• Give requested price and press the knob.
5
PRICE PROGRAMMING
11.02.01.00AM
PRICE ON PROGRAM
PRICE ON OPTION
PRICE REDUCTION
COIN VALUE
SHOW COIN COUNTER
EXIT
Price set option will be shown with a rectangle
after the option name.
Price reduction
8
9
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6
• Mark row “Price reduction” and press the
knob.
PRICE PROGRAMMING
• Set the requested price reduction in percent
of the set price. Press the knob.
PREWASH
HEAVY SOILED
LIGHT SOILED
EXTRA RINSE
GENTLE EXTRACTION
EXIT
The set price reduction is now valid for all wash
programs and options.
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7
HEAVY SOILED
PRICE
+0002
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8
PRICE PROGRAMMING
11.03.00.00AM
PRICE ON OPTION
PRICE REDUCTION
COIN VALUE
SHOW COIN COUNTER
EXIT
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9
PRICE REDUCTION
005
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Price programming
Coin value
The ”Coin Value” menu is used to specify the
relationship between coin slot 1 and coin slot 2.
10
Select the COIN VALUE row and press the knob.
11
Select COIN VALUE 1 or 2 and press the knob.
For coin counters with one coin slot, only Coin
Value 1 is used.
12
10
PRICE PROGRAMMING
11.04.00.00AM
PRICE REDUCTION
COIN VALUE
SHOW COIN COUNTER
EXIT
Enter the desired value (0 999) for each coin slot.
For example: Coin 1; 1 = 1 EURO
Coin 2; 5 = 5 EURO
13
23
Coin 1; 50 = 50 Cent
Coin 2; 100 = 1 EURO
If the price for a wash program is to be given
with a colon, select ”Colon when price” and then
YES and press the knob.
For example: Enter price 300 and select "Colon
when price" the price is shown as
3:00 in the display.
Confirm the new setting by selecting yes and
pressing the knob again.
If the machine is delivered with a coin counter,
then the factory sets the value.
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11
COIN VALUE
11.04.01.00
COIN VALUE 1
COIN VALUE 2
COLON WHEN PRICE
EXIT
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12
COIN VALUE
11.04.01.01
COIN VALUE 1
0000
Note!
Coin value can also be set in Config 1.
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13
COIN VALUE
COLON/DOT WHEN PRICE
YES
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Price programming
24
Show coin counter
14
The "Show coin counter" is used to show the
value for the counters 1 and 2 since last reset.
14
Select the SHOW COIN COUNTER row and
press the knob.
15
Coin count 1 shows the total sum of the value of
the coins inserted in coin insert 1 alt. 1 and 2.
PRICE PROGRAMMINGAM
COIN VALUE
SHOW COIN COUNTER
EXIT
Coin count 2 shows the total number of the
coins inserted in coin insert 1 alt. 1 and 2.
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15
COIN COUNTER 1
00000
COIN COUNTER 2
00000
BACK=PRESS KNOB
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Conversion table water level with empty drum
Conversion table water level with empty drum
W455H
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
19
2
9
Empty level
34
3
19
Heating level
76
6.9
50
95
8.8
64
102
9.6
69
116
11.1
79
124
12
85
132
13
91
150
15.1
104
320
36.3
225
350
41.5
248
Low level
Medium level
High level
Over filling level
* Level above bottom of inner drum
W465H
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
42
2.9
1
Empty level
50
3.5
6
Heating level
76
6
35
100
8.1
52
130
10.5
72
150
13
88
163
14.6
99
170
15.6
104
240
23.4
154
270
27.1
176
480
53.4
330
* Level above bottom of inner drum
Low level
Medium level
High level
Over filling level
25
Conversion table water level with empty drum
26
W475H, EX618
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
45
2.8
1
Empty level
50
3.2
5
Heating level
82
5.8
30
100
7.5
43
129
10.9
65
150
13.5
82
159
14.6
89
170
15.9
96
195
19.5
116
270
30
170
480
59.2
323
Low level
Medium level
High level
Over filling level
* Level above bottom of inner drum
W4105H, EX625
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
50
3.5
1
Empty level
60
4.6
12
Heating level
98
8.9
44
140
14.2
75
170
18.3
96
235
27.6
143
249
29.7
153
255
30.6
157
285
35.3
179
520
73
348
* Level above bottom of inner drum
Low level
Medium level
High level
Over filling level
Conversion table water level with empty drum
W4130H, EX630, WD4130H
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
49
4.9
1
Empty level
52
5.9
10
Heating level
79
8.8
30
150
18.9
83
190
25.3
112
235
33.2
145
239
34
148
255
36.8
160
290
43
185
660
112
453
Low level
Medium level
High level
Over filling level
* Level above bottom of inner drum
W4180H, EX640
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
45
5.9
1
Empty level
60
7.5
15
Heating level
137
18.7
72
190
28.8
110
239
38.8
145
300
52.2
189
320
57.9
203
330
59
210
335
59.5
213
740
155
509
Low level
Medium level
High level
Over filling level
* Level above bottom of inner drum
W4240H, EX655, WD4240H
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
40
7
1
Empty level
60
8.9
11
Heating level
159
25.2
78
210
36.8
115
264
50.2
153
330
67.8
200
357
75.2
220
360
76
222
400
87
251
730
160
491
* Level above bottom of inner drum
Low level
Medium level
High level
Over filling level
27
Conversion table water level with empty drum
28
W4300H, EX670
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
49
7.3
1
Empty level
60
9.7
10
Heating level
152
29.9
76
250
59
145
297
75
1179
330
86.4
203
350
93.4
218
360
96.9
225
400
111
255
730
234
495
Low level
Medium level
High level
Over filling level
* Level above bottom of inner drum
W475M, W475N
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
45
2.8
1
Empty level
50
3.2
5
Heating level
95
7.2
40
130
11
66
150
13.5
82
170
15.9
96
184
17.6
106
210
21.6
127
250
27
156
480
59
323
Low level
Medium level
High level
Over filling level
* Level above bottom of inner drum
W485M, W485N, SU620, W620
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
46
3.3
1
Empty level
50
3.8
6
Heating level
89
7.7
38
140
14.2
75
162
17
91
180
19.6
105
187
20.2
108
210
23
126
250
30.3
156
480
66
322
* Level above bottom of inner drum
Low level
Medium level
High level
Over filling level
Conversion table water level with empty drum
W4105M, W4105N
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
50
3.5
1
Empty level
60
4.6
12
Heating level
100
9.1
45
160
16.9
89
194
21.4
113
245
29.1
150
249
29.7
153
260
31.4
161
280
34.6
175
520
73
348
Low level
Medium level
High level
Over filling level
* Level above bottom of inner drum
W4130M, W4130N, SU630, W630
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
52
4.2
1
Empty level
60
5.8
14
Heating level
105
11.4
46
175
22.8
97
200
27
115
240
35
145
Medium level
265
40
163
High level
315
50
178
520
93
348
Low level
Over filling level
* Level above bottom of inner drum
W4180M, W4180N, SU640, W640
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
49
5.8
1
Empty level
60
7.9
15
Heating level
104
14.9
47
200
35.4
117
225
40
135
275
52
171
300
58
181
330
65.7
210
368
75.1
237
660
150
450
* Level above bottom of inner drum
Low level
Medium level
High level
Over filling level
29
Conversion table water level with empty drum
30
W4250M, W4250N, SU655, W655
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
44
6.6
1
Empty level
60
8.9
14
Heating level
250
54.1
151
Low level
270
60
166
340
81.2
216
Medium level
380
93.8
245
High level
385
95.3
249
740
211
508
Over filling level
* Level above bottom of inner drum
W4330M, W4330N, SU675, W675
Scale unit
Water volume
(litre)
Water level *
(mm)
54
8.2
1
Empty level
60
9.5
5
Heating level
280
71.3
163
Low level
300
78.3
179
380
107.5
237
Medium level
430
127
273
High level
440
131
281
775
265
525
* Level above bottom of inner drum
Over filling level
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