Wascomat EX-30 S and EX-50 S Operating instructions

Wascomat EX-30 S and EX-50 S Operating instructions
OPERATING MANUAL
DOC. NO. 438.9200-65/09
EDITION 08.2005
EX618 – EX670
EXSM665 – 680
E/W/SU620 – E/W675
Selecta, Emerald
Operating manual
EX618 – EX670
EXSM665 – 680
E/W/SU620 – E/W675
Selecta, Emerald
WARNING: ALL OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES SHOWN ON THE NEXT
PAGE OF THIS MANUAL MUST BE FOLLOWED DAILY FOR PROPER OPERATION OF
YOUR WASCOMAT MACHINE.
PLEASE ENTER THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AS IT APPEARS ON THE MACHINE(S)
DATA PLATE(S).
MACHINE TYPE OR MODEL
MACHINE SERIAL NUMBER(S)
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS: ________ VOLTS, _______ PHASE, _______ HZ.
MAKE CERTAIN TO KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A SECURE PLACE FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS SIGNS
Replace If Missing Or Illegible
One or more of these signs must be affixed on each machine as indicated, when not included as part of the front instruction panel.
LOCATED ON THE OPERATING INSTRUCTION SIGN OF THE MACHINE:
CAUTION
PRECAUCION
1. Do not open washer door until cycle is completed, operating
light is off, and wash cylinder has stopped rotating.
1. No abra la puerta de la máquina lavadora sino hasta que la
máquina haya terminado su ciclo, la luz operativa esté apaga
da y el cilindro de lavado haya completamento terminado de
girar.
2. Do not tamper with the door safety switch or door lock.
3. Do not attempt to open door or place hands into washer to
remove or add clothes during operation. This can cause
serious injury.
2. No interferia o manipule el switch o la cerradura de la puerta.
MACHINE MUST NOT BE USED BY CHILDREN
LAS MÁQUINAS NO DEBEN SER USADAS POR NIÑOS
3. No trate de abrir la puerta o meta las manos dentro de la
máquina para meter o sacar ropa mientras la máquina está
en operación, pues puede resultar seriamento herido.
LOCATED AT THE REAR OF THE MACHINE:
INSTALLATION AND
MAINTENANCE WARNINGS – AVERTISSEMENT
1. This machine MUST be securely bolted according to the installation instructions, to
reduce the risk of fire and to prevent serious injury, or damage to the machine.
Pour reduire les risques d'incendie, fixer cet appareil sur un plancher beton sans
revetement.
2. If installed on a floor of combustible material, the floor area below this machine must
be covered by a metal sheet extending to the outer edges of the machine.
3. This machine MUST be connected to a dedicated electrical circuit to which no other
lightning unit or general purpose receptacle is connected. Use copper conductor only.
Utiliser seulement des conducteurs en cuivre.
4. This machine MUST be serviced and operated in compliance with manufacturer's
instructions. CHECK DOOR LOCK EVERY DAY FOR PROPER OPERATION TO
PREVENT INJURY OR DAMAGE. IF THE DOOR LOCK FAILS TO OPERATE PROPERLY,
PLACE THE MACHINE OUT OF ORDER UNTIL THE PROBLEM IS CORRECTED.
5. Disconnect power prior to servicing of machine.
Deconnecter cet appareil del'alimentation avant de proceder a l'entretien.
6. To remove top panel, first remove screws at the rear. When remounting the top,
reinstall them. To remove the top panel on models on which it is secured by one or two
keylocks, use the keys provided in the drum package. Be certain to relock after
remounting the top panel.
MANUFACTURED BY WASCATOR
DISTRIBUTED BY WASCOMAT, INWOOD, NEW YORK, USA
471 766202-04
LOCATED ON THE DOOR:
If you need to order more safety or warning
signs, call Wascomat's parts department at
516-371-2000, or call your local dealer.
471 467148-01
II
NOTICE TO: OWNERS, OPERATORS AND DEALERS OF WASCOMAT MACHINES
IMPROPER INSTALLATION AND INADEQUATE MAINTENANCE, POOR HOUSEKEEPING AND WILLFUL
NEGLECT OR BYPASSING OF SAFETY DEVICES MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS ACCIDENTS OR INJURY. TO
ASSURE THE SAFETY OF CUSTOMERS AND/OR OPERATORS OF YOUR MACHINE, THE FOLLOWING
MAINTENANCE CHECKS MUST BE PERFORMED ON A DAILY BASIS.
1.
Prior to operation of the machine, check to make certain that all operating instructions and
warning signs are affixed to the machine and legible. (See the following page of this manual
for description and location of the signs.) Missing or illegible ones must be replaced immediately. Be sure you have spare signs and labels available at all times. These can be obtained from your dealer or Wascomat.
2.
Check the door safety interlock, as follows:
(a)
OPEN THE DOOR of the machine and attempt to start in the normal manner:
For CLARUS microprocessor models, choose a program and press the START
button.
THE MACHINE(S) MUST NOT START !
(b)
CLOSE THE DOOR to start machine operation and, while it is operating, attempt to
open the door without exerting extreme force on the door handle. The door should
remain locked!
If the machine can start with the door open, or can continue to operate with the door
unlocked, the door interlock is no longer operating properly. The machine must be
placed out of order and the interlock immediately repaired or replaced. (See the door
interlock section of the manual.)
3.
DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES ATTEMPT TO BYPASS OR REWIRE ANY OF
THE MACHINE'S SAFETY DEVICES, AS THIS CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS ACCIDENTS.
4.
Be sure to keep the machine(s) in proper working order: Follow all maintenance and
safety procedures. Further information regarding machine safety, service and parts can be
obtained from your dealer or from Wascomat through its Technical Support Department 516/371-0700.
All requests for assistance must include the model, serial number and electrical characteristics as
they appear on the machine identification plate. Insert this information in the space provided on
the previous page of this manual.
5.
WARNING: DO NOT OPERATE MACHINE(S) WITH SAFETY DEVICES BYPASSED, REWIRED OR
INOPERATIVE! DO NOT OPEN MACHINE DOOR UNTIL DRUM HAS STOPPED ROTATING!
Contents
Contents
Control panel + Instructions for use .......................................................... 1:1
Machine without coin-meter ................................................................. 2:1
For coin-operated machines ................................................................ 3:1
Rapid advance ..................................................................................... 4:1
Fault codes ............................................................................................... 5:1
Maintenance ............................................................................................. 6:1
Coin meter ................................................................................................ 7:1
Preventive maintenance ........................................................................... 8:1
Encl. Hospitality wash programs, Selecta
wash programs, Emerald
The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes to design, material
and/or specifications without notice.
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Control panel
1:1
The electronic program unit controls the various functions of the machine in
a certain time sequence with the aid of five built-in standard programs. The
standard programs can also be modified by selecting various options. By
selecting options, the user has access to programs for all types of wash
loads and degrees of soiling.
The control panel consists of program selection buttons (A), option buttons
(B), a combined start, pause and rapid advance button (C), symbols with
LEDs (D) which show the program selected and the program sequence,
plus an alphanumeric display (E).
Fig.
1
The alphanumeric display shows illuminated green characters.
In the event of faults, error codes will be displayed on this window. See
Fault codes section of this manual.
Explanation of control panel
A Program selection buttons
B Option buttons
C Start/pause and rapid advance button
D Symbols with LEDs to indicate program selected and programsequence
E Display (for useful information)
1
E
1
2
3
A
2L31
4
5
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
B
B
D
C
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Instructions for use
1:2
Washing
Fig.
2
• Press the button for the program required.
2
Fig.
3
Fig.
4
Fig.
• The the LEDs alongside the program symbols
will show what the selected program consists
of.
1
3
4
5
• Press the button(s) for any options required.
Regarding function, see program descriptions.
5
5116, 5117, 5118, 5119, 5120
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
5355A
4
A
5362
5
B
5363
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Instructions for use
Fig.
6
• Add the correct amount of detergent and
fabric softener as recommended by their
manufacturers.
Compartment 1 – Pre wash, powder or liquid
detergent
1:3
6
3
4
2
1
Compartment 2 – Main wash, powder detergent
Compartment 3 – Softener
Compartment 4 – Main wash, liquid detergent
5343
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Instructions for use
Machine without coin-meter
Fig.
1
Fig.
2
2:1
1
• Press the START button.
• Now the display will show the clock symbol
and two digits. The two digits are the time left
before the wash will be finished.
The two digits indicating time left will not
appear when the machine is first installed.
Each program needs to have been used at
least once before the time left will be
displayed.
5134
2
• For a time immediately after START is
pressed the colon character (: ) will flash on
the display. As long as this character is still
flashing a new program can be selected
(without losing anything). This means you still
have the chance to change the setting if the
wrong program has been selected. To change
the selected program after starting:
• Press PAUSE/START.
• Select a new program.
• Press START again after making any change
in the program selected.
Fig.
3
3141
3
If for any reason you wish to halt the wash cycle
for a time, press the START button for a moment
or two. The program will be suspended and the
drain will remain closed. The indicator near the
START button will flash while the machine is
paused.
To restart the program, press the START button
again briefly.
5134
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Instructions for use
For coin-operated machines
Fig.
1
3:1
1
Insert coins or token(s) corresponding to the
figure shown on the display.
As each coin/token is added the machine counts
backwards towards 00 on the display. The
machine will not start until the display shows 00.
Fig.
2
• Press the START button.
• Now the display will show the clock symbol
and two digits. The two digits are the time left
before the wash will be finished.
2253
The two digits indicating time left will not
appear when the machine is first installed.
Each program needs to have been used at
least once before the time left will be
displayed.
• For a time immediately after START is
pressed the colon character ( : ) will flash on
the display. As long as this character is still
flashing a new program can be selected
(without losing anything). This means you still
have the chance to change the setting if the
wrong program has been selected.
• Press PAUSE/START button.
2
5134
3
• Select a new program.
• If the new program costs more to run than the
amount already paid, the difference will be
shown on the display. Insert enough coins to
make the display show 00 again.
• Press START again after making any change
in the program selected. The indicator near
the START button will flash while the machine
is paused.
Fig.
3
3141
• If you wish to find out the temperature of the
water while the program is in progress, press
and hold any one of the program selection
buttons. (Option on some markets.)
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Instructions for use
Rapid advance
4:1
1
Whole steps in programs can be skipped using
rapid advance.
Fig.
1
• Press and hold the START button until the
program indicator LEDs have moved past the
program steps you wish to skip.
Program end
Fig.
2
The door can be opened when the led beside the
key symbol lightens up.
5134
2
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Fault codes
Fault codes
5:1
1
If the power supply to the machine should be cut
while it is working, the programmer has a
memory which stores the program selected for 8
to 10 minutes.
Fig.
1
The machine will restart automatically once the
power supply is restored.
Faults/errors in the program or machine are
indicated by a numerical error code on the
control panel display.
2243 A
In the case of error codes 01, 02 and 03, an
attempt to restart the machine may be made as
soon as the fault has been remedied.
For the other error codes, a service technician
must be called.
Error code
Cause/Action
01E
Acknowledgement signal for water level not received within time
allowed.
02E
Door status acknowledgement signal not received during program
operation.
03E
Door lock acknowledgement signal not received within time
allowed.
06E
Water level signal above parameter set, on program start-up.
07E
Water level signal above parameter set for safety, during program.
10E
Water level signal is above parameter set (10 scale units) after
water discharge.
12E
The program control unit cannot read the program EPROM.
13E
The program control unit receives no response from the motor
control unit.
14E
Water level system not calibrated.
11E
Mechanical unbalance always activated.
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Fault codes
5:2
Error code
Cause/Action
17E
Door status acknowledgement signal not received, although door
lock acknowledgement signal has been received.
18E
Only with CALCAD 4400. Start not allowed because full payment
has not been made for that program, or the booking time is too
short to allow completion of the wash program selected.
19E
Communications between the CALCAD 4400 and the program
control unit board interrupted.
20E
Motor control unit has not received signal for lock
acknowledgement, during program.
21E
The electronic timer wrongly configured.
22E
The automatic calibration system for water level is not working.
31E
Temperature of motor control unit heat sink too high.
32E
Thermal protection for motor has cut out.
33E
The motor control unit has received a start command from the
program control unit without having the interlock signal. No fault in
motor control unit interlock hardware.
35E
Motor control unit indicating short-circuit between motor winding
outputs.
36E
Motor control unit indicating fault/error in receiving circuitry for lock
acknowledgement signal.
37E
Motor control unit indicating DC voltage level too low.
38E
Motor control unit indicating DC voltage level too high.
41E
The motor controller indicates an error in thermal protection circuits
of the motor.
43E
The RDC card indicates the unbalance switch has triggered when
motor is stopped.
45E
The RDC card indicates tacho pulses missing.
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Maintenance
6:1
Maintenance
Daily
• Clean the door seal and remove detergent residue.
• Check that the door does not leak.
• Clean the detergent compartment and wipe down the machine with a
damp cloth.
• Check that the drain valve does not leak.
• Start the machine and check that the door remains locked while the
machine is operating. Fast forward the machine to the stop position and
check that the door cannot be opened until the program is completed.
Every months
• Check that valves, hoses and connections do not leak.
• Remove any textile lint from the drain opening, joints in drain pipes etc.
Every third month
Accumulated chemicals on the panel ledges.
• Disconnect electrical power from the machine.
• Turn off the water supply and bleed the pressure from the supply hoses.
• Remove the water supply hoses from the rear of the machine and clean
or replace the inlet screens, as needed.
• Thoroughly clean the detergent dispenser.
• Remove the top and front panels from the machine.
• To help prevent corrosion, clean accumulation of detergent and other
chemicals from the panels.
• Inspect inside of machine for leaks. Repair as needed.
• Clean the door gasket.
• Reinstall top and front panels.
• Restore power and return the machine to service.
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Coin meter
7:1
Coin-operated machines
In coin-operated machines the prices for the various programs have to be
programmed in.
Values from the coin mechanism (the accumulated value) can be read out
with the aid of the service program. (Code 41 and 42).
If a machine is fitted with a coin mechanism after its original installation the
relevant electronic circuitry will have to be activated before the prices can
be programmed in.
Only trained service personnel may use the service program and
program in prices for coin operation.
Activation of electronic circuitry in machines fitted with coin
operation after original installation.
• Press the service button.
Now certain of the buttons switch to being number keys (0 to 9).
Fig.
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
R
5192 A
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Coin meter
7:2
Codes 91 and 92 are used to store the values for
coin slots 1 and 2. For mechanisms with only one
slot, only code 91 is used.
2
The values to be stored are the ratio of one coin
to the other, (max 3 digits).
For example: if the coin slots are for a 10 cent
coin and a 50 cent coin. The value 1 should be
stored under code 91, and the value 5 should be
stored under code 92.
Fig.
2
• Enter code 91 using the buttons which have
become number keys 9 and 1.
2275
The display will now show 91.
Fig.
3
Fig.
• When entering the actual value: keep the
price-programming button activated (the switch
is located under the top cover at the right front
edge). Enter the value 1 and then release the
button.
3
• Enter code 92. The display will now show 92.
4
Fig.
• Enter the value 5.
5
2276
• Exit the service program by pressing the
service button again.
4
2272
5
2274
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Coin meter
7:3
Price programming:
6
• Press the relevant program selector button.
When programming the price of a wash program
plus option, press both the relevant program
selector button and the option button.
• Keep the price-programming button activated.
(The switch is placed in the compartment for
the coin box).
Fig.
Now the display shows 00 plus the coin
symbol.
6
Fig.
7
2273
• Enter the price via the numerical key functions,
(max 3 digits).
• Release the price-programming button.
This procedure should be repeated for all
programs.
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
R
5192 A
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Preventive maintenance
To keep your machine in proper working order, follow the preventive maintenance
recommendations provided below.
The maintenance interval should be adjusted according to machine usage. The
suggested schedule assumes an 8 hour work day, and a 5 day work week..
Daily
• Check the door and door lock:
- Open the door and try starting the machine. The machine MUST NOT START.
- Close the door, start the machine and try opening the door. It MUST NOT BE
POSSIBLE TO OPEN THE DOOR WHILE THE MACHINE IS OPERATING!
- Check that the door does not leak.
- Clean the door seal, removing any detergent and fluff.
• Check that the drain valve does not leak during the wash cycle.
• Clean out any detergent remaining in the detergent compartment. Rapid advance
through a program and let the water rinse the compartment.
• Inspect liquid chemical tubing and connections for leaks. Repair as necessary.
Every third month (refer this service to qualified personnel)
May only be carried out by authorized personnel.
• Check that the door does not leak.
• Check the drain valve and remove any lint.
• Inspect the interior of the machine (during an actual wash cycle to ensure that no
leaks are noticed) by:
- Turning of the main power switch of the machine.
- Remove the top cover and the protective front and rear plates.
- Cover the detergent dispenser to prevent water from splashing inside the
machine.
- Start a wash program.
- KEEP CLEAR OF MOVING PARTS WHILE MACHINE IS OPERATING!!
8:1
8:2
Preventive maintenance
- Inspect all internal hoses, seals and gaskets for signs of leakage.
Repair as necessary.
- Check that water inlet screens are clean of debris. Dirty screens
result in longer fill times, which reduce productivity.
- Inspect the drive belt. Adjust the tension or replace if necessary (see
section 30. Motor).
- Check that there are no signs of leakage on the floor beneath the
machine. Locate and repair any leak.
- On heated machines, if the heating time is unusually long, check the
heating elements (see section 40. Heating). If the water is very hard,
check whether there are lime deposits on the heating elements.
Decalcify the elements if necessary. Adapt the amount of deliming
agent to the manufacturer’s guidelines.
- Never switch on the heating elements when there is no water in the
machine. This will cause the slow-blow fuse to trigger.
- Inspect the shock absorbers and coil springs. (Only EX- and
H-model).
WASCOMAT "S20" MODEL*
SELECTA (2S01)
HOSPITALITY WASH PROGRAMS
(For Hotels/Motels, Restaurants, Retirement Communities, Schools and Universities,
Commercial and Institutional Laundries)
1
White Sheets
1A
White Table
Linen
1B
Kitchen and
Houlsekeeping
Rags
1AB Stain
Treatment
(Long
Formula)
2
White Towels
2A
White Towels
(Medium Soil
Short
Program)
2B
Rinse and
Extract
2AB White Table
Linen (Bleach
and Starch
3
Kitchen
White Uniforms
3A
Colored
Sheets
3B
White 100%
Polyester
(VISA) Table
Linen
3AB Bedspreads
Delicates
(Warm Water)
4
Color Table
Linen
4A
White Towels,
Mops
(Heavy Soil)
4B
Colored 100%
Polyester
(VISA) Table
Linen
4AB General Wash
(Light Soil)
5
Bath Robes
(Light Soil)
5A
Delicate Cold
5B
Chef Coats
5AB Test Program
Supply Code:
1 = Detergent
4 = Bleach
2 = Sour
5 = Starch
3 = Softener
FORMULA 1
WHITE SHEETS
(LIGHT SOIL)
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
SUDS/BLEACH
8
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1 & 4
DRAIN
1
RINSE 2
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 2 & 3
DRAIN
40 SEC.
EXTRACT
1
RINSE
2
DRAIN
1
SOUR/SOFT
4
DRAIN
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
40 SEC.
5
FORMULA 2
WHITE TOWELS
(MEDIUM SOIL)
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
SUDS
7
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
BLEACH
7
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 4
DRAIN
1
RINSE 1
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 2 & 3
DRAIN
40 SEC.
EXTRACT
90 SEC.
RINSE 2
2
DRAIN
1
SOUR/SOFT 3
4
DRAIN
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
40 SEC.
5
FORMULA 3
KITCHEN AND WHITE UNIFORMS
(HEAVY SOIL)
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
SUDS
12
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
FLUSH
2
HOT
HIGH
DRAIN
1
BLEACH
12
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 4
DRAIN
1
RINSE 1
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
COLD
LOW
SUPPLY 2 & 3
DRAIN
EXTRACT
40 SEC.
1/2
RINSE 2
2
DRAIN
1
SOUR/SOFT 3
4
DRAIN
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
40 SEC.
3
FORMULA 4
COLORED TABLE LINEN
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
SUDS
12
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
40 SEC.
EXTRACT
90 SEC.
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 2 & 3
RINSE
2
DRAIN
1
SOUR/SOFT
4
DRAIN
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
40 SEC.
4
FORMULA 5
BATH ROBES
(LIGHT SOIL)
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
7
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1 & 4
CHEATER/RINSE
1
HOT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE 2
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
40 SEC.
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 2 & 3
SUDS/BLEACH
(NO DRAIN)
EXTRACT
1
SOUR/SOFT
4
DRAIN
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
40 SEC.
5
FORMULA 1A
WHITE TABLE LINEN
(MEDIUM SOIL)
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
SUDS
12
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
SUDS
2
HOT
HIGH
DRAIN
1
BLEACH
12
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 4
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
40 SEC.
EXTRACT
90 SEC.
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 2 & 3
RINSE
2
DRAIN
1
SOUR/SOFT
4
DRAIN
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
40 SEC.
4
FORMULA 2A
WHITE TOWELS
(MEDIUM SOIL)
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
SUDS
7
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
BLEACH
7
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 4
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
SOUR/SOFT
4
COLD
LOW
SUPPLY 2 & 3
DRAIN
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
40 SEC.
4
FORMULA 3A
COLORED TOWELS AND SHEETS
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
SUDS
7
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
40 SEC.
COLD
LOW
SUPPLY 2 & 3
EXTRACT
1
SOUR/SOFT
4
DRAIN
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
40 SEC.
5
FORMULA 4A
WHITE TOWELS AND MOPS
(HEAVY SOIL)
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
FLUSH
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
SUDS
8
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
HOT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
BLEACH
7
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 4
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
40 SEC.
COLD
HIGH
NONE
COLD
LOW
SUPPLY 2 & 3
EXTRACT
1/2
RINSE
2
DRAIN
1
SOUR/SOFT
4
DRAIN
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
40 SEC.
5
FORMULA 5A
DELICATES
(COLD WATER / GENTLE ACTION)
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
SUDS
5
COLD
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
40 SEC.
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 2 & 3
EXTRACT
1
SOUR/SOFT
4
DRAIN
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
40 SEC.
5
FORMULA 1B
KITCHEN AND HOUSEKEEPING RAGS
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
FLUSH
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
SUDS
8
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
SUDS
8
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
EXTRACT
1
BLEACH
12
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 4
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
EXTRACT
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
40 SEC.
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
5
FORMULA 2B
RINSE AND EXTRACT
COTTON AND TERRY
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
EXTRACT
5
SHAKEOUT
FORMULA 3B
WHITE 100% POLYESTER (VISA) TABLE LINEN
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
FLUSH
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
SUDS
9
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
BLEACH
7
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 4
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
SOUR
4
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 2
DRAIN
40 SEC.
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
2
FORMULA 4B
COLORED 100% POLYESTER (VISA) TABLE LINEN
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
FLUSH
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
SUDS
9
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
RINSE 1
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
SOUR
3
COLD
LOW
SUPPLY 2
DRAIN
40 SEC.
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
1
FORMULA 5B
CHEF COATS
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
SUDS
5
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
SUDS
8
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
RINSE 1
2
HOT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
BLEACH
7
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 4
DRAIN
1
RINSE 2
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 2 & 3
DRAIN
EXTRACT
40 SEC.
1/2
RINSE
2
DRAIN
1
SOUR/SOFT
4
DRAIN
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
40 SEC.
4
FORMULA 1AB
STAIN TREATMENT – (LONG FORMULA)
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
SUDS/BLEACH
30
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1 & 4
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
HOT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
BLEACH
7
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 4
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
HOT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
40 SEC.
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
EXTRACT
1/2
RINSE
2
DRAIN
40 SEC.
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
5
FORMULA 2AB
WHITE TABLE LINEN
(BLEACH AND STARCH)
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
SUDS
9
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
HOT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
BLEACH
7
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 4
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
40 SEC.
2
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 2
4
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 5
EXTRACT
SOUR
1/2
(NO DRAIN)
STARCH
DRAIN
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
40 SEC.
5
FORMULA 3AB
DELICATES
(WARM WATER)
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
SUDS
5
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
1/2
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1/2
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
40 SEC.
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 2 & 3
EXTRACT
SOUR/SOFT
DRAIN
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
1/2
4
40 SEC.
2
FORMULA 4AB
LIGHT SOIL – GENERAL WASH FORMULA
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
SUDS/BLEACH
9
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 1 & 4
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
RINSE
2
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
1
SOUR/SOFT
4
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 2 & 3
DRAIN
EXTRACT
SHAKEOUT
40 SEC.
5
FORMULA 5AB
Test Program
On all Selecta-28 machines, Program 7AB is a test program. The test program should be run whenever
you start-up a machine and after performing service and troubleshooting to be sure it is operating
properly. This is the test program, step-by-step:
1.
Fill to low level with cold water, no drum rotation.
2.
When low level is reached, rotate 90 seconds with normal action (12 seconds rotation, 3 seconds
pause, then reverse direction and repeat). After 90 seconds normal action, stop rotation. No drain.
3.
Continue to fill to high level with hot water with no drum rotation.
4.
When high level is reached, rotate for 90 seconds with gentle action (3 seconds rotation, 12
seconds pause, then reverse direction and repeat). After 90 seconds gentle action, stop rotation.
5.
Drain with gentle action.
6.
Fill to high level with cold and hot water with normal action. When high level is reached, proceed
to step 7 with normal action.
7.
Supply signals 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, on simultaneously for 60 seconds. Check for 220V between
terminals 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and C.
8.
Drain with normal action.
9.
Extract 2 minutes. On two-speed models, first go to distribution speed, and then extract 2 minutes
at both low and high speeds.
10. Fill to low level with cold water with normal action. When low level is reached, rotate 30 seconds
with normal action.
11. Drain. End of test program.
AH/lp
GB/lp
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Emerald Wash Programs (2L31)
1
"HOT"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
PRE WASH
3
SPLIT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
40 SEC.
MAIN WASH
6.5
HOT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
40 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
HIGH
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
40 SEC.
FINAL EXTRACTION
4
1
1
1
A
B
A
Gives 6 min final extraction instead of 4.
Quick wash. No pre wash and 2 min final extraction.
B
No pre wash and 6 min final extraction.
Emerald Wash Programs (2L31)
"WARM"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
PRE WASH
3
SPLIT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
40 SEC.
MAIN WASH
6.5
SPLIT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
40 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
HIGH
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
30 SEC.
FINAL EXTRACTION
4
A
B
A
Gives 6 min final extraction instead of 4.
Quick wash. No pre wash and 2 min final extraction.
B
No pre wash and 6 min final extraction.
Emerald Wash Programs (2L31)
3
"COLD"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
PRE WASH
3
COLD
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
40 SEC.
MAIN WASH
6.5
COLD
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
40 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
HIGH
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
30 SEC.
FINAL EXTRACTION
4
3
3
3
A
B
A
Gives 6 min final extraction instead of 4.
Quick wash. No pre wash and 2 min final extraction.
B
No pre wash and 6 min final extraction.
Emerald Wash Programs (2L31)
4
"DELICATE"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
MAIN WASH
4.5
SPLIT
HIGH
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
40 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
40 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
40 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
HIGH
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
1.5
4
4
4
A
B
A
Gives 4 min final extraction instead of 1.5.
Quick wash. Gives 2 rinses instead of 3.
B
2 rinses and 4 min final extraction.
Emerald Wash Programs (2L31)
5
"HEAVY SOIL"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
PRERINSE
2
SPLIT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
40 SEC.
PRE WASH
3
SPLIT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
40 SEC.
MAIN WASH
8.5
HOT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
40 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
HIGH
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
4
5
5
5
A
B
A
Gives 6 min final extraction instead of 4.
Quick wash. No prerinse, 6 min main wash and 2 min final extraction.
B
No prerinse, 6 min main wash and 6 min final extraction.
Emerald Wash Programs (2L34)
"SU 140G Models"
1
"HOT"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
PRE WASH
3.5
SPLIT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
60 SEC.
MAIN WASH
6.5
HOT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
60 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
60 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
60 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
HIGH
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
60 SEC.
FINAL EXTRACTION
4
1
A
Turbo spin. Gives 6 min final extraction instead of 4.
1
B
Delicate. Gives gentle action and 1.5 min final extraction.
1
A
B
Gives gentle action and 3.5 min final extraction.
Emerald Wash Programs (2L34)
"WARM"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
PRE WASH
3.5
SPLIT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
60 SEC.
MAIN WASH
6.5
SPLIT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
60 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
60 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
60 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
HIGH
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
60 SEC.
FINAL EXTRACTION
4
A
Turbo spin. Gives 6 min final extraction instead of 4.
B
Delicate. Gives gentle action and 1.5 min final extraction.
A
B
Gives gentle action and 3.5 min final extraction.
Emerald Wash Programs (2L34)
3
"COLD"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
PRE WASH
3.5
COLD
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
60 SEC.
MAIN WASH
6.5
COLD
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
60 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
60 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
60 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
HIGH
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
60 SEC.
FINAL EXTRACTION
4
3
A
Turbo spin. Gives 6 min final extraction instead of 4.
3
B
Delicate. Gives gentle action and 1.5 min final extraction.
3
A
B
Gives gentle action and 3.5 min final extraction.
Emerald Wash Programs (2L34)
4
"QUICK WASH"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
MAIN WASH
6.5
SPLIT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
60 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
60 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
60 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
HIGH
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
60 SEC.
EXTRACT
4
4
A
Turbo spin. Gives 6 min final extraction instead of 4.
4
B
Delicate. Gives gentle action and 1.5 min final extraction.
4
A
B
Gives gentle action and 3.5 min final extraction.
Emerald Wash Programs (2L34)
5
"HEAVY SOIL"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
PRERINSE
2.5
SPLIT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
60 SEC.
PRE WASH
3
SPLIT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
60 SEC.
MAIN WASH
8.5
HOT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
60 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
60 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
60 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
HIGH
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
60 SEC.
EXTRACT
4
5
A
Turbo spin. Gives 6 min final extraction instead of 4.
5
B
Delicate. Gives gentle action and 1.5 min final extraction.
5
A
B
Gives gentle action and 3.5 min final extraction.
Emerald Wash Programs (2L35)
Only SU620 Energy Star
1
"HOT"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
PRE WASH
3.5
COLD
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
40 SEC.
MAIN WASH
6.5
HOT
LOW
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
40 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
COLD
MEDIUM
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
MEDIUM
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
30 SEC.
FINAL EXTRACTION
4
1
A
Turbo spin. Gives 6 min final extraction instead of 4.
1
B
Delicate. Gives gentle action and 1.5 min final extraction.
1
A
B
Gives gentle action and 3.5 min final extraction.
Emerald Wash Programs (2L35)
"WARM"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
PRE WASH
3
COLD
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
40 SEC.
MAIN WASH
6.5
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
40 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
COLD
MEDIUM
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
MEDIUM
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
30 SEC.
FINAL EXTRACTION
4
A
Turbo spin. Gives 6 min final extraction instead of 4.
B
Delicate. Gives gentle action and 1.5 min final extraction.
A
B
Gives gentle action and 3.5 min final extraction.
Emerald Wash Programs (2L35)
3
"COLD"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
PRE WASH
3
COLD
LOW
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
40 SEC.
MAIN WASH
6.5
COLD
LOW
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
40 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
COLD
MEDIUM
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
MEDIUM
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
30 SEC.
FINAL EXTRACTION
4
3
A
Turbo spin. Gives 6 min final extraction instead of 4.
3
B
Delicate. Gives gentle action and 1.5 min final extraction.
3
A
B
Gives gentle action and 3.5 min final extraction.
Emerald Wash Programs (2L35)
4
"QUICK WASH"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
MAIN WASH
6.5
SPLIT
LOW
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
40 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
COLD
MEDIUM
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
MEDIUM
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
4
4
A
Turbo spin. Gives 6 min final extraction instead of 4.
4
B
Delicate. Gives gentle action and 1.5 min final extraction.
4
A
B
Gives gentle action and 3.5 min final extraction.
Emerald Wash Programs (2L35)
5
"HEAVY SOIL"
OPERATION
TIME
TEMP
LEVEL
SUPPLIES
PRERINSE
2
SPLIT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
40 SEC.
PRE WASH
3
SPLIT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 1
DRAIN
40 SEC.
MAIN WASH
8.5
HOT
MEDIUM
SUPPLY 2 OR 4
DRAIN
40 SEC.
RINSE 1
1
SPLIT
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 2
1
COLD
HIGH
NONE
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
30 SEC.
RINSE 3
2
COLD
HIGH
SUPPLY 3
DRAIN
30 SEC.
EXTRACT
4
5
A
Turbo spin. Gives 6 min final extraction instead of 4.
5
B
Delicate. Gives gentle action and 1.5 min final extraction.
5
A
B
Gives gentle action and 3.5 min final extraction.
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