American Dryer Corp. | Water Vending Machine AD-830 | “Non-Coin” Phase 6, Phase 7 and Dual Timer Drying Tumblers

“Non-Coin” Phase 6, Phase 7 and Dual Timer Drying Tumblers
Operating Instructions II
for “Non-Coin” Phase 6, Phase 7
and
Dual Timer Drying Tumblers
English
American Dryer Corporation
88 Currant Road
Fall River, MA 02720-4781
Telephone: +1 (508) 678-9000 / Fax: +1 (508) 678-9447
E-mail: techsupport@amdry.com
www.amdry.com
020802DL/mcronan
(for CE/GD models)
ADC Part No. 112107
Table of Contents
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
SECTION PAGE
I
3
WARNING LABELS
CLEANING/MAINTENANCE
CONTROL PANELS
II
III
IV
4
6
12
TEMPERATURE SELECTIONS
FACTORY PRESET PARAMETERS FOR MICROPROCESSOR
V
13
VI
VII
VIII
14
16
19
CONTROLLER (Computer) MODELS
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
SITUATIONS WHERE DRYER SHOULD NOT BE USED
SECTION I
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING: For your safety, the information in this manual and any other information included with
the dryer must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion or to prevent
property damage, personal injury, or loss of life.
WARNING ! ! !
1. The dryer must never be operated with any of the back guards, outer tops, or service panels removed.
PERSONAL INJURY or FIRE COULD RESULT.
2. DO NOT store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this appliance.
3. Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency, or the gas supplier.
4. Dryer must be exhausted to the outdoors.
5. Dry only water washed fabrics. DO NOT dry articles spotted or washed in dry cleaning solvents, a
combustible detergent, or “ALL purpose” cleaner.
EXPLOSION COULD RESULT.
6. DO NOT dry rags or articles coated or contaminated with gasoline, kerosene, thinner, cooking oil, machine
oil, paint, or wax.
EXPLOSION COULD RESULT.
7. DO NOT dry mop heads. Contamination by wax or flammable solvents will create a fire hazard.
8. DO NOT use heat for drying articles that contain plastic, foam, sponge rubber, or similarly textured rubberlike
materials. Drying in a heated basket (tumbler) may damage plastic or rubber and also may be a fire hazard.
9. Remove articles from the dryer as soon as the drying and cooling cycles have completed. Articles left in the
dryer after the drying and cooling cycles are completed can create a fire hazard.
10. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES should the operating controls be tampered with.
11. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES should safety devices be disabled or bypassed.
12. DO NOT reach into basket (tumbler) while it is turning.
13. READ and FOLLOW ALL CAUTION and DIRECTION LABELS ATTACHED TO THE DRYER.
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SECTION II
WARNING LABELS
The following labels are affixed to the dryer to indicate special attention, WARNING or CAUTION.
“LIVE VOLTAGE” or
“ELECTRICAL SOURCE”
Discontinue electrical power before servicing.
Dryer may produce combustion gases/fumes.
MUST BE EXHAUSTED
TO THE OUTDOORS
Dryer must not be operated with guards, outer
tops, or service door/panels removed or not in place.
Indicates Hot Surface.
“DO NOT TOUCH”
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SECTION III
CLEANING/MAINTENANCE
A. LINT CLEANING
1. A program and/or schedule must be established for periodic inspection, cleaning and removal of lint from
various areas of the dryer, as well as throughout the exhaust ductwork system. Refer to the Installation
Manual included with the dryer for additional details or frequency of cleaning.
WARNING: Lint from most fabrics is highly combustible. The accumulation of lint can create
a potential fire hazard.
NOTE: Suggested time intervals shown are for average usage which is considered six (6) to eight (8)
operational (running) hours per day.
WARNING: Dryer must not be operated without the lint filter (screen) in place.
2. Lint Screen/Drawer and Lint Compartment Time Table:
ADC Model Number
Lint Screen or Drawer
Lint Compartment
Chamber
AD-15, 25, 25V, 285, 30, 30V, 50,
50V, 758V, 75, 75V
ML-55, 75, 758, 75V
STI-12, 22, 30
D30, D40, D50, D75, D3030
Daily or Beginning of Each Shift
Daily
AD-81
ML-82
Every Third or Fourth Load
Weekly
AD-115, 120, 170
ML-122, 170, 175
D120, D170
STI-45
Every Third or Fourth Load
Weekly
AD-320, AD-330
Daily or Beginning of Each Shift
Daily
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3. Lint Cleaning Procedure
a. ADC models 15, 25, 25V, 285, 30, 30V, 50, and 75, Milnor models MLG-55 and 75 and models D30, D40,
D3030 and STI-12 with lint screen:
1) Open the lint door or lint hatch.
2) Lightly brush or remove lint accumulation from lint screen located at the underside area of the lint
trap, as well as the top lint screen on models with “V” style lint screen. Clean lint from the bottom
of the lint compartment. Lint left in this compartment is drawn back into the screen and will restrict
proper airflow.
Retainer / Hold Down
Lint Screen / Filter
This bracket is for
shipping purposes
ONLY and should be
removed at time of
installation.
Lint Compartment Area
3) Be sure lint screen is not torn. If it is, replace immediately. A torn lint screen allows lint to pass into
the ductwork system, which can create an air restriction and a possible fire hazard.
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4) To replace lint screen, remove retainer (hold down) and slide screen out. Reverse procedure for
installing new screen.
Retainer / Hold Down
Lint
Lint Compartment
AD-15, 25, 25V, 30V, D30, D40, STI-12
WARNING: Dryer must not be operated with the lint filter (screen) removed.
5) Close/secure lint door or hatch in place.
NOTE: Dryer lint door must be closed securely in place or heat will not activate.
b. ADC models 50V, 758V, 75V, 81, 115, 120, and 170, Milnor models ML-758, 75V, 82, 96, 122, 145, 170,
175, and 190, models D50, D75, D120, and D170, and models STI-22 and STI-30.
1) Slide lint drawer open.
2) For ALL models with a removable filter, remove lint screen by grasping front area of screen and
lifting upward. Dispose of lint in appropriate receptacle.
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Lint Screen / Filter
Lint Drawer
Models that have a lint screen permanently attached to the lint drawer can be cleaned either by
removing or vacuuming lint, or remove the lint drawer. Refer to Item #4 (on page 10) for lint
drawer removal. Dispose of lint in appropriate receptacle.
3) Be sure lint screen or drawer is not torn. If it is, replace immediately. A torn lint screen allows lint
to pass into the ductwork system which can create an air restriction and a possible fire.
WARNING: Dryer must not be operated with the lint filter (screen) removed.
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4) With the exception of the Milnor 96 and 122: To remove the lint drawer, slide drawer out 2/3 of the
way. Locate retainer at rear top rail of drawer and pull retainer towards you and downward. Slide
drawer outward from dryer. Reverse procedure to reinstall the lint drawer.
For Milnor 96 and 122, the lint drawer does not have a retainer and slides out completely.
Retainer
5) Clean lint from bottom of lint compartment. Lint left in this compartment will pass into the exhaust
ductwork system and will create a potential fire hazard.
6) Close/secure lint drawer in place.
NOTE: Dryer lint drawer/basket must be closed securely in place or dryer will not start.
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c. ADC models with lint basket (AD-320 and AD-330)
1) Slide lint drawer open.
2) Clean either by removing or vacuuming lint, or remove the lint basket. Refer to Item #4 below, for
lint basket removal. Dispose of lint in appropriate receptacle.
3) Be sure lint screen or basket is not torn. If it is, replace immediately. A torn lint screen allows lint to
pass into the ductwork system, which can create an air restriction and a possible fire hazard.
WARNING: Dryer must not be operated with the lint filter (screen) removed.
4) To remove lint basket, slide basket out 2/3 of the way. Locate retainer at rear top rail of basket and
pull retainer towards you and downward. Slide basket outward from dryer. Reverse procedure to
reinstall the lint basket.
Retainer
5) Clean lint from bottom of lint compartment. Lint left in this compartment will pass into the exhaust
ductwork system and will create a potential fire hazard.
6) Close/secure lint basket in place.
NOTE: Dryer lint basket must be closed securely in place or dryer will not start.
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SECTION IV
CONTROL PANELS
A. DUAL TIMER CONTROL PANEL
B. MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLER (COMPUTER)
PHASE 6 CONTROL PANEL
C. MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLER (COMPUTER)
PHASE 7 CONTROL PANEL
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SECTION V
TEMPERATURE SELECTIONS
A. DUAL TIMER MODELS
Tap-Touch Switch
Selection
Temperature/Degrees
(Fahrenheit)
(Celsius)
180º F
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82.2º C
130º F
54.4º C
150º F
65.5º C
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SECTION VI
FACTORY PRESET PARAMETERS FOR
MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLER (Computer) MODELS
A. PHASE 6 MODELS
1. PARAMETERS (PROGRAMS) PRESET BY FACTORY FOR NON-REVERSING DRYERS
CYCLE A:
Automatic Mode, Anti-Wrinkle Active, Dry Temperature 180º F (82.2º C), Dryness Level 100%, Cool
Down Time 6 minutes, Cool Down Temperature 80º F (26.7º C), A Factor, b Factor.
CYCLE B:
Automatic Mode, Anti-Wrinkle Active, Dry Temperature 180º F (82.2º C), Dryness Level 98%, Cool
Down Time 6 minutes, Cool Down Temperature 80º F (26.7º C), A Factor, b Factor.
CYCLE C:
Automatic Mode, Anti-Wrinkle Active, Dry Temperature 160º F (71.1º C), Dryness Level 98%, Cool
Down Time 4 minutes, Cool Down Temperature 80º F (26.7º C), A Factor, b Factor.
CYCLE D:
Manual (Timed) Mode, Anti-Wrinkle Active, Dry Time 40 minutes, Dry Temperature 190º F (87.8º C),
Cool Down Time 6 minutes, Cool Down Temperature 80º F (26.7º C).
CYCLE E:
Manual (Timed) Mode, Anti-Wrinkle Active, Dry Time 30 minutes, Dry Temperature 180º F (82.2º C),
Cool Down Time 4 minutes, Cool Down Temperature 80º F (26.7º C).
CYCLE F:
Manual (Timed) Mode, Anti-Wrinkle Active, Dry Time 10 minutes, Dry Temperature 170º F (76.7º C),
Cool Down Time 2 minutes, Cool Down Temperature 80º F (26.7º C).
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2. PARAMETERS (PROGRAMS) PRESET BY FACTORY FOR OPTIONAL REVERSING DRYERS
CYCLEA:
AUTOMATIC MODE, REVERSE, ANTI-WRINKLE ACTIVE, DRY TEMPERATURE 180º F (82.2º C), DRYNESS LEVEL 100%,
COOL DOWN TIME 6 MINUTES, COOL DOWN TEMPERATURE 80º F (26.7º C), A FACTOR, B FACTOR.
CYCLE B:
AUTOMATIC MODE, REVERSE, ANTI-WRINKLE ACTIVE, DRY TEMPERATURE 180º F (82.2º C), DRYNESS LEVEL 98%,
COOL DOWN TIME 6 MINUTES, COOL DOWN TEMPERATURE 80º F (26.7º C), A FACTOR, B FACTOR.
CYCLEC:
AUTOMATIC MODE, REVERSE, ANTI-WRINKLE ACTIVE, DRY TEMPERATURE 160º F (71.1º C), DRYNESS LEVEL 98%,
COOL DOWN TIME 4 MINUTES, COOL DOWN TEMPERATURE 80º F (26.7º C), A FACTOR, B FACTOR.
CYCLED:
MANUAL (TIMED) MODE, REVERSE, ANTI-WRINKLE ACTIVE, DRY TIME 40 MINUTES, DRY TEMPERATURE 190º F
(87.8º C), COOL DOWN TIME 6 MINUTES, COOL DOWN TEMPERATURE 80º F (26.7º C), SPIN TIME 60-SECONDS, STOP
(DWELL) TIME 5-SECONDS.
CYCLE E:
MANUAL (TIMED) MODE, REVERSE, ANTI-WRINKLE ACTIVE, DRY TIME 30 MINUTES, DRY TEMPERATURE 180º F
(82.2º C), COOL DOWN TIME 4 MINUTES, COOL DOWN TEMPERATURE 80º F (26.7º C), SPIN TIME 60-SECONDS, STOP
(DWELL) TIME 5-SECONDS.
CYCLE F:
MANUAL (TIMED) MODE, REVERSE, ANTI-WRINKLE ACTIVE, DRY TIME 10 MINUTES, DRY TEMPERATURE 170º F
(76.7º C), COOL DOWN TIME 2 MINUTES, COOL DOWN TEMPERATURE 80º F (26.7º C), SPIN TIME 60-SECONDS, STOP
(DWELL) TIME 5-SECONDS.
B. PHASE 7 MODELS
1. CYCLE “A-F” PARAMETERS (PROGRAMS) PRESET BY THE FACTORY
CYCLEA:
SELECT CYCLE TYPE = AUTO, 0:REVERSE MODE = ON, 1:ENTER DRY TEMP = 180°F, 2:ENTER DRYNESS LEVEL = EXTRA
DRY, 3:ENTER CYCLE ADJUSTMENT VALUE = 70, 4:CONTROLLED COOL DOWN = OFF, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TIME =
6 MINUTES, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TEMP = 80°F
CYCLE B:
SELECT CYCLE TYPE = AUTO, 0:REVERSE MODE = ON, 1:ENTER DRY TEMP = 180°F, 2:ENTER DRYNESS LEVEL = DRY,
3:ENTER CYCLE ADJUSTMENT VALUE = 70, 4:CONTROLLED COOL DOWN = OFF, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TIME = 6
MINUTES, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TEMP = 80°F
CYCLE C:
SELECT CYCLE TYPE = AUTO, 0:REVERSE MODE = ON, 1:ENTER DRY TEMP = 160°F, 2:ENTER DRYNESS LEVEL = DRY,
3:ENTER CYCLE ADJUSTMENT VALUE = 70, 4:CONTROLLED COOL DOWN = OFF, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TIME = 4
MINUTES, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TEMP = 80°F
CYCLE D:
SELECT CYCLE TYPE = MANUAL, 0:REVERSE MODE = ON, ENTER SPIN TIME = 60 SECONDS, ENTER STOP TIME = 5
SECONDS, 1:ENTER DRY TIME = 40 MINUTES, 2:ENTER DRY TEMP = 190°F, 3:CONTROLLED COOL DOWN = OFF,
4:ENTER COOL DOWN TIME = 6 MINUTES, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TEMP = 80°F, 6:STEAM INJECTION = OFF
CYCLEE:
SELECT CYCLE TYPE = MANUAL, 0:REVERSE MODE = ON, ENTER SPIN TIME = 60 SECONDS, ENTER STOP TIME = 5
SECONDS, 1:ENTER DRY TIME = 30 MINUTES, 2:ENTER DRY TEMP = 180°F, 3:CONTROLLED COOL DOWN = OFF,
4:ENTER COOL DOWN TIME = 4 MINUTES, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TEMP = 80°F, 6:STEAM INJECTION = OFF
CYCLEF:
SELECT CYCLE TYPE = MANUAL, 0:REVERSE MODE = ON, ENTER SPIN TIME = 60 SECONDS, ENTER STOP TIME = 5
SECONDS, 1:ENTER DRY TIME = 10 MINUTES, 2:ENTER DRY TEMP = 170°F, 3:CONTROLLED COOL DOWN = OFF,
4:ENTER COOL DOWN TIME = 2 MINUTES, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TEMP = 80°F, 6:STEAM INJECTION = OFF
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SECTION VII
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
A. MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLED MODELS (PHASE 6)
1. Open basket (tumbler) main door, load laundry to be processed, and close door securely in place.
2. Choose desired drying cycle and start dryer...
a. Automatic Drying Cycle (Patent No. 4,827,627)
1) Light emitting diode (L.E.D.) display reads “REAdY” (no cycle in progress).
2) Press the letter on the keyboard (touch pad) corresponding to the cycle desired (e.g., Key “A”).
3) The dryer will then start (basket [tumbler] will rotate).
4) L.E.D. display reads dRYING AUTO CYCLEA, ELAPSE TIME__ MIN. During the drying
cycle, the Phase 6 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) is monitoring the amount of moisture
in the load. Approximately half way through the drying cycle, the Cycle Status portion of the L.E.D.
will display (e.g., dRY LEVEL 68 PcT). The display will change and count upward until the percentage
of extraction programmed is reached.
b. Timed (Manual) Drying Cycle
1) L.E.D. display reads “REAdY” (no cycle in progress).
2) Press the letter on the keyboard (touch pad) corresponding to the cycle desired (e.g., Key “D”).
3) The dryer will then start (basket [tumbler] will rotate).
4) The L.E.D. display will read CYCLEd, __MIN REMAIN, dRUM TEMP___F. ([PL 5] must be
active for the “dRUM TEMP” to display. If NFLASH is active then press “ENTER START”
l
key to display “dRUM TEMP.”)
3. To “STOP,” “unload” or “load” basket (tumbler) when a cycle is in progress ...
a. “STOP” dryer by opening main door or by pressing the “CLEAR STOP”
key. IMPORTANT: If
the “CLEAR STOP”
key is pressed, whatever cycle that was in progress will be cancelled and
display will return to “Fill.”
b. Unload or load laundry. If cycle was only interrupted, press the “ENTER START” key and cycle will
continue where it left off. If the “CLEAR STOP” key was pressed, a new cycle must be entered.
4. Cycle is completed once drying and cooling cycles selected have elapsed at which time L.E.D. display will
read “donE.”
5. Remove laundry/load immediately after cycle is completed.
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B. PHASE 7 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1. The light emitting diode (L.E.D.) display reads “READY” (no cycle in progress).
2. Press the letter on the keyboard (touch pad) corresponding to the cycle desired (i.e., key “D”).
NOTE: “0-40” WILL REQUIRE THE “START/ENTER” KEY TO BE PRESSED AFTER THE
NUMBER IS SELECTED IN ORDER TO ACCEPT THE SELECTION AND START
DRYING.
3. The dryer will then start. (I.E., blower, basket [tumbler], and heat).
4. The L.E.D. display will read MANUAL DRYING CYCLE D, 00:00 MIN REMAIN.
NOTE: Press and hold the “UP ARROW” to view the basket (tumbler) temperature at any time.
NOTE: The dryer can be stopped at any time by pressing the “STOP/CLEAR” key, at this time the
dryer will go into a cycle pause. If the “STOP/CLEAR” key is pressed again at this point, the
cycle that was in progress will be cancelled and returned to the “READY” state.
NOTE: Press and hold the “DOWN ARROW” to view the basket (tumbler) RPM.
5. When the programmed drying time has expired, the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer)
will proceed into the Cool Down Cycle.
6. Once the Cool Down Cycle begins at the end of the heat cycle, the L.E.D. display will read COOL DOWN
TEMP ___/___ MINUTES REMAINING. At the end of the heat cycle, the dryer will shut off the heat
and continue the fan and basket (tumbler) until the Cool Down Time or temperature is reached.
IMPORTANT: For more detailed information regarding the microprocessor controller (computer) on
your dryer, refer to the microprocessor user’s manual included with the dryer.
C. DUAL TIMER OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Turn heat timer knob for desired drying time.
2. Select desired temperature. (Refer to section V for drying
temperature values.)
3. To start dryer push the “Push to Start” switch.
4. To stop dryer, open the main door.
NOTE: Reversing timer spin/dwell adjustment may be needed.
Timer models have an electronic reversing timer in the electrical service box, which is located in the upper left
rear area of the dryer.
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Both the Dwell (stop) Time and the basket (tumbler) Spin Time are adjustable by mode selection switches located
on the electronic timer (as noted in the illustration below).
IMPORTANT: Dwell Time must be adjusted so that the basket (tumbler) comes to a complete stop
before it restarts.
TIMING LEGEND
SPIN TIME
Adjustment Position Number
Time in Seconds*
1
2
3
4
5
30
60
90
120
150
DWELL (STOP) TIME
Adjustment Position Number
1
2
3
4
5
Time in Seconds*
5
6.3
7.6
8.9
10.2
* Values shown are +/- 1-second.
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SECTION VIII
SITUATIONS WHERE DRYER SHOULD NOT BE USED
1. IF YOU SMELL GAS...leave the area immediately and
notify proper authorities.
2. Dryer must not be operated with any of its safety
devices bypassed or disabled.
3. Dryer must not be operated with any of the back panels/
guards, outer tops, or service panels removed.
4. Dryer must not be operated with the exhaust
disconnected from the outdoors, or if customer furnished
exhaust ductwork has leaks.
5. Dryer must not be used to dry rags or articles
contaminated with gasoline, kerosene, thinner, cooking
oil, machine oil, paint, or wax.
6. Dryer must not be operated without a lint screen/filter
or with a torn lint screen filter.
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