Stacked Dryers Instructions Part No. 3395314 Rev. E ‘h! Before you start... Check locatlon where dryers will be used. Proper installation is your responsibility. The dryer must not be installed or stored in an area where it will be exposed to water and/or weather. Make sure you have everything necessary for correct installation. Each of the dryers is equipped with a timer, selector switches and indicator lights. The timers are set to provide 45 minutes (4 pins) of drying time when activated by the coin slide. Timer cams for 30-minute (6 pins) and 60minute (3 pins) drying timers are supplied with the unit in the parts bag. See Pages 8 and 9 for timer cam changing instructions. I Protectlon trom weather: roper operation requires tempe $ tures above 45°F (7.2”C). The wiring diagram is the control panel and ac Important: Observe all governing codes and ordinances. ed inside ess panels. Check utllltles Proper supplv connednonrSlk m&t be available. Ii84nEii‘NPT plugged tapplng Is requlred. See “Gas supply The coin-slide mechanisms, control panel lock and key, coin box and coin box locks and keys are not included and are available from usual industry sources. Fire Hazard For your sat&y, the Intormatlon In this manual must be tollowed to mlnlmlze the rlsk ot fire or exploslon 3r to prevent property damage, personal Injury or loss 0r iire. - Do Not store or use gasoline or other tlammable vapors and llqulds In the vlclnlty ot thls or any other appliance. - WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELLGAS: Do Not try to light any appliance. Do Not touch any electrlcal switch; Do Not use any phone In your bulldlng. Clear the room, bulldlng or area 0r all occupants. lmmedlately call your gas suppller tram a nelghbor’s phone. Follow the gas suppller’s Instructlons. . It you cannot reach your gas suppller, call the tire department. . Never Install dryer up agalnst draperles or curtains or on carpet. Keep any and all Items tram klllng or collecting behlnd the dryer. nstallatlon and service must be ,erformed by a quailtied Installer, iervlce agency or the gas suppller. ~li;ili;iii:i’-‘i’i-i:irequirements, n Page 3. ixhausted from bottom, rear, left lr right side. See I‘Exhaust 3quirements, I *ounded electrlcal l l l l support the total weight of 315 I pounds per unit. Level floor: Maximum flbor slope under dryers - 1 inch. Page 2 Locatlon must be large enough to fully open dryer doors. See Page 8 for recessed area requirements and product dimensions. Electrlcal Shock Hazard It Is the customer’s responslblllty: To contact a licensed electrlclan. To have dryers Installed according to all natlonal and local codes and ordinances. Failure to do so could result In a tire, electrlcal shock or other personal InJury. Personal Injury Hazard More than one person Is requlred to Iltt, tilt, or move the dryers because ot their welght and size. Failure to tallow these lnstructlons may result In personal Injury. l l Post thls warnlng In a promlnent locatlon. It is recommended that the operator post, in a prominent location, instructions for the customer’s use in the event that the customer smells gas. This information should be obtained from your local gas supplier. outlet is Wrequired. See “Electrical requirements,” Page 4. tar thls Installation. Failure to tallow these I structlons could result In a tire or t xploslon. Tools needed for installation: adjustable wrench utility knife Phillips screwdriver flat-blade screwdriver n This installation ust conform with American Nationa Standard, National Fuel Gas Cod ANSI Z223.V latest edition, and all lo al codes and 4 ordinances. IWSI pliers duct tape Parts supplied for installation: 2 slide protectors 2 slide extensions 2 bolt and washer assemblies 8 screws 2. 30-minute cams 2,60-minute cams 4,314” wood screws B H The design of this dryer has been certified by the A erican Gas Association for use at a itudes up to 10,000 feet above sea I vel at the B.T.U. rating indicated n the model/serial plate. Bur r input adjustments are not re uired when the dryer is operated u to this i elevation. Parts owner must supply: 1 control panel lock and key 2 coin vaults and keys (E.S.D. vault must have projecting lock.) 2 coin-slide mechanisms (vertical 8) Parts may be ordered from Greenwald Industries, Inc. or Equipment Systems and Devices, l Greenwald Industries, Inc. 1340 Metropolitan Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11237 telephone (7 18) 821-9000 or toll free (800) 22 l-0982 faxno. (718)417-7412 l Equipment Systems and Devices, Inc. 270 New Jersey Dr. Fort Washington, PA 19034 telephone (215) 628-0860 or toll free (800) 523- 1510 fax no. (215) 643-4623 Fire Hazard These dryers must be connected to a regulated gas supply. Failure to do so could result In hlghpressure gas release, resultlng In a tire or exploslon. Have L.P. gas checked by a qualltled person betore lnstalllng the dryer. The L.P. gas supply must not exceed a pressure ot 13” water column. New tlexlble tublng should be used. Reuslng old, tlexlble tublng mlght result In possible leaks or tire hazard. Failure to tallow these lnstructlons could result In tlre or exploslon. l G your local service corn the particular type o Burner information wi n The supplv line shall be equipped with a shutoff valve. This valve should be located in the same room as the dryers and should be in a location that allows ease of opening and closing. Do Not block access to shutoff valve. main gas supply line, a combination of fittings must be used to obtain an in-line connection to the dryers. see your dealer. n Make sure lower edges, back and sides of the cabinet are free of obstructions to permit adequate clearance of air openings for combustion air. See ‘Recessed area and closet installation instructions” for minimum spacing requirements, D n These drvers are/ shipoed for use with NATURAL GAS. hey are certified by the Americ n Gas Association for manufa tured, mixed and L.P. (propane and i utane) gases with appropriate conv&sion. No attempt shall be made o convert the appliance from the gas specified on the rating plate for use ith a different gas without c suiting the serving gas supplier. Co verslon must be done by a qualltled ervlce technician. Gas conver Ion klt part numbers are llsted on t e gas valve 1 burner base. l OBSERVEALL GOVERNING CODES AND ORDINANCES. shutofl valve Inc. Gas supply requirements l F n If local codes and ordinances permit, it is recommended that new flexible metal tubing, design-certified by the American Gas Association, be used for connecting the dryers to the gas supply line. (The gas feed pipe, which extends through the lower rear of each dryer, is provided with 3/8inch male pipe thread.) supply line is more than usage, 3/8-inch, appro J n For ease of installation, operating and servicing (if ever needed), adequate space should be provided around the dryers. K n A l/&inch, NPT plugged tapping, accessible for test-gauge connection, must be installed immediately upstream of the gas supply connector to the dryers. The dryers and their individual shutoff valves must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of l/2 psig (3.4 kPa). The dryers must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing their individual manual shutoff valves during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than l/2 psig (3.4 kPa). Page 3 Elect&al requlremen s f outlet, have a pro Installed by a quall electrlclan. l Rebrdmended grounding For your personal safety, these dryers must be grounded. Each dryer is equipped with a power supply cord having a 3-prong grounding plug. To minimize shock hazard, the cords must be plugged into mating 3-prong grounding-type wall receptacles, grounded in accordance with National Electrical Code ANSVNFPA 70 - latest edition, and all local codes and ordinances. If a mating wall receptacle is not available, it is the personal responsibility and obligation of the customer to have a properly grounded, 3-prong wall receptacle installed by a qualified technician. See Figure 1. Spron groun 8 ng-type wall receptacle 1 Do Not use an exte J-Drona gioundlng Plug properly grounded L Page 4 PoysuPPtY It codes permit and groundlng wire Is us recommended that a q electrlclan determlne t A 120-volt 4 I death. n If the dryers are installed in a confined area such as a bathroom or closet, they must be exhausted to the outside and provision made for enough air for combustion and ventilation. (Check governing codes and ordinances. Also refer to the section of this instruction covering “Recessed and closet installations.“) w/ &I-Hz AC- t grounding prong Figure 1 Exhaust requirements If dryers are Installed In a conflned area such as a bedroom, bathroom Fire/Health Hazard Do Not use non-metal, flexible duct. Do Not use metal duct smaller than four Inches In diameter. Do Not use exhaust hoods wlth metal latches. B Check that exhaust system Is not longer than speclfled. Exhaust system longer than speclfled will: - Accumulate Ilnt. - Shorten the life of the dryer. - Reduce the petformance, resulting In longer drying times and Increased energy usage. Iallure to kii0w speclflcatlons may ‘esult In a IIre. b Do Not exhaust dryers Into a chimney. turnace cold alr duct, attlc or crawl space, or any other duct used for ventlng. 1 Clean the exhaust system every other year. ) Do Not Install flexible duct In enclosed walls, celllngs or floors. iccumulated llnt could result In a Ire or cause molsture damage. 1Exhaust dryers outslde to prevent exposure to substances In gas duels and combustion which may be harmtul to your health. .he molsture and llnt Indoors may cause: . FIREHAZARD from llnt collected In dryer. . Molsture damage to woodwork, turnlture, palnt, wallpaper, carpet, etc. nHousecleanlng problems and possible health problems. :allure to tallow these lnstructlons :ould result In tlre damage or 3ersonal Injury. or closet, they must be exhausted to the outside and provision must be made for enough air for combustion and ventilation. (Check governing codes and ordinances. Also refer to the ‘Recessed area and closet installation instructions,” Page 8.) An exhaust hood should cap the exhaust duct to prevent exhausted air from returning into the dryers. The outlet hood must be at least 12 inches from the ground or any object that may be in the path of the exhaust. l l l Allow as much roo ossible when Four-Inch outlet hood Is preterred. However, a 2-l/2-inch outlet exhaust hood may be used. (A 2-l/2-inch outlet creates greater back pressure than other hoods.) A maln exhaust duct can be used for exhausting a group of dryers. Main exhaust duct should be sized to remove 200 CFM of air per dryer. Large-capacity lint screens of proper design may be used in the main exhaust duct if checked and cleaned frequently. The room where the dryers are located should have make-up air equal to or greater than the CFM of all the dryers in the room. The external exhaust routed up, down requirements are length of the exhaust exhausted out the sid feet with two externa hood. Rear exhaust: The ma the exhaust system ( Thls chart applies only [to Indlvldually exhausted unlts. I MAXIMUM MAXIMUM LENGTH OF I-INCH LENGTH OF 4.lNCH DIA DIAM TER RIGID METAL DUCT ER FLEXIBLE METAL DUCT Exhaust materials are not supplied. /$fya. airtlow *tie - main colktorduct - 4 Back-draft damper klts (Part No. 3391910) are available from your Whirlpool dealer and should be installed in each dryer’s exhaust duct to prevent exhausted air from returning into the dryers and to keep the exhaust balance within the main exhaust duct. Unobstructed air openings are required. Each exhaust duct should enter the available from your Wb irlpool parts distributor. exceed 0.6 inches of main duct at an angle pointing in the direction of the airflow. Ducts entering from the opposite side should be staggered to reduce the exhausted air from interfering with the other ducts. The maxlmum angle of each duct entering the main duct should be no more than 30”. Four-Inch metal exhaust duct is required. Plan installation fewest number of elbows to use the and turns. Page 5 Product Damage Keep alr openlngs tree ot drycleaning fluld fumes. Fumes create acids which, when drawn through the dryer heatlng unlts, can damage dryers and loads being dried. A clean-out cover should be located on the main exhaust duct for periodically cleaning the exhaust system. An exhaust hood should cap the outside end of the main duct to prevent exhausted air from returning to the dryers. If an exhaust hood cannot be used, the outside end of the main duct should have a sweep elbow directed downward. If the main duct travels vertically through the roof rather than through the wall, install 180” sweep elbow on the end of duct at least 2 feet above the highest part of the building. The opening wall or roof shall have a diameter l/2 inch larger than the exhaust duct diameter. The exhaust duct should be centered in the opening. Exhaust du t connection Electrlcal Shock Hazard Disconnect both pow r supply cords before maklng hese changes. Failure to do so may r suit In electrical shock or sonal Injury. k be exhausted Personal Injury Hazard Wear gloves to protect hands tram sharp edges that may be present. Failure to do so may result In personal Injury. 2. Remove the duct tape from the internal exhaust duct and the straight duct. Repeat for the other dryer. through Next, determine the le To connect exha straight out the b th of exhaust 3. Remove the screw from the duct clip that attaches the straight duct to the back of the cabinet. Depress the clip to remove the straight duct using a twisting motion through the rear exhaust opening. Repeat for the other dryer. exhaust hood or hortzontal duct 2 tl. min. 180’ maln collector exhaust hoods or main To connect exha through the right 4. Reach through the rear exhaust opening and depress center of tabs on the plastic opening cover on the side you want to exhaust through. Remove the cover. Repeat for other dryer. 90” elbow (Not supplied with unit.) Do Not install screening of duct. cap over end plain end 1. Remove other access Page 6 access panel. a / tape joint ,,LL- pa 5. Attach a three- or four-section elbow to the straight duct using duct tape. Repeat with the other elbow and straight duct. 3. Remove duct tape f m internal exhaust duct and the s aight duct. t 9. Cut opening through the floor. f internal exhaust duct 6. Insert elbow end of duct pieces through the side opening. Reach through the access panel opening and attach elbow to the internal exhaust duct. Check the length of straight duct extending out the side of the cabinet. If duct extends too far to make the exhaust duct connection, mark a line around the straight duct one inch out from the cabinet. Remove the duct and elbow and cut the straight pipe to the length needed. Reinsert the duct pieces. Use duct tape to connect the elbow to the internal exhaust duct. Repeat for the other dryer. 7. Insert the plastic cover rear exhaust opening. 8. Replace the access 9. Use duct tape 4. Remove the screw fr m the duct clip that attaches the s aight duct to the back of the cabine Depress the clip and remove the str ight duct using a twisting motion rough the rear exhaust opening. 1i 5. Measure from the straight duct and mark Cut the straight duct to seal all joints. 6. Reach through the r opening and depress c on one of the side, covers. Remove the co dryer a 1 1. Insert 12. Slide the straight elbow approximately of dryer duct into the one inch. Use duct tape to seal both Jolnts. screw head edge of cabinet)- cabinet rear (fastens against Note: You must use a three-section elbow to connect exhaust duct through the bottom of the lower dryer. 2. Remove the lower dryer access panel by releasing the two locking clips with a small, flat-blade screwdriver. The clips are located four inches in from each side of the access panel, Lift access panel off the bottom clips and set aside. Of I L3 I.-- II IL-/iah To connect exhaust duct through the bottom of the lower dryer only - 1. Check that the legs extend one inch from the bottom of the dryer. front + the elbow through the rear exhaust opening. Insert elbow into the bottom exhaust opening. into the panels. 10. Push the four-inch, straight duct through the rear exhaust opening and onto the internal duct as far as it will go. 7. With a Phillips screw river, reach through the rear exhau opening and remove the screw at attaches the cover to the dryer se. Carefully remove the cover and rew through the rear exhaust openin % . Floor Damage Slide dryers onto cardboard or hardboard betore moving across tloor. Failure to do so may cwse damage to tloor coverlng. 8. Move dryers into position. Reach throug opening and mark the 13. Insert the bottom exhaust cover through the side exhaust opening. Put the cover over the rear exhaust opening with the tab pointing down to bottom of dryer. Insert screw through the hole in the cover inside of the cabinet. 14. Replace bottom of dryer c t that is on the Tighten screw. the side exhaust 15. Move the dryers position. Check that through the bottom Replace the access 16. Connect Then connect exhaust hood duct tape to tab cover. into operating the elbow is exhaust opening. panel. elbow to exhaust duct. exhaust duct to or main exhaust. Use seal all joints. Page 7 Recessed area and closet installations Side view O”-D Additional ;p;lza Fire/Health Hazard Exhaust dryers to the outslde to prevent exposure to substances In the gas tuels and combustion byproducts which may be harmful to your health. Failure to do so may result In a tlre or health hazard. -4 Ill Closet vi w + nn ’ II 0 c 1 for exhaust 7” Closet 48’sq. Thls appliance may be Installed In a recessed area. The installation spacing is the minimum allowable. Additional spacing should be considered for ease of installation, servicing and compliance with local codes and ordinances. If closet door is installed, the minimum unobstructed air openings in the top and bottom are required. Door must have two centered openings as illustrated. Both openings must provide a minimum of 72 square inches of unobstructed airflow as shown. Louvered doors with equivalent air openings are acceptable. Additional clearances for wall, door and floor moldings may be required. Opening is minimum for closet door. Louvered door with equivalent air oljenings is acceptable. door in:’ I 24’sq. i Fr+nt view spacing You can 0” Additional clearances may be requlrsd for wall, door and floor moldings If external exhaust elbow Is used. 1810 install the Dminute minute timing cam (shipped each dryer) as follows: No other tuel-burnlng a pllance may be Installed In the same 1closet. or &Iwith 1. Unlock control panel. Lift up and rotate out from cabinet. Control panel will still be attached to cabinet. Product dimensiohs Slde vlew 2. Reach into control panel area. Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen (but not remove) timer mounting bracket screw. Lift up to remove timer assembly and bracket from cabinet. FOR CLOSET INSTALLATIONS,TO PREVENTLARGE AMOUNTS OF LINT AND MOISTUREFROM ACCUMULATING, TO MAINTAIN DRYING EFFICIENCY, AND TO PREVENT EXPOSURETO POSSIBLEHEALTH HAZARDS, DRYERSMUST BE EXHAUSTEDOUTDOORS. i ___ - 4 Electrlcal Shock Hazard Disconnect both power supply cords tram the electric power supply betore maklng these changes. Change tlmlng cams betore completing electrlcal connectlon. Failure to tallow these lnstructlons may result In electrlcal shock or personal Injury. Each dryer is equipped with a 45 minute timer cam that provides 4.5 minutes of drying time when activated by the coin slide. :~, Companion appliance should be considered. To than e to a 30- or 6%-minute timing cam r I. \\ ratchet tooth approx. Rear view , Im ex’haust 4 timing cam 3. Turn the timing cam by hand until the ‘V-shaped notch lines up below the ratchet tooth. exhaust Recessed Wont vlew Page 8 Now start...( timing cam ratchet tooth I f With dryers in lauddry area. Check that each leg is bpproximately 1 inch from base. m-1 2. Line up notch to clear ratchet tooth. Wipe the interior of the thoroughly with a dam 3. 4. Insert a narrow, flat-blade screwdriver under the timing cam near the clock shaft. Gently lift cam straight up and off shaft making sure that the “V”-shaped notch clears the ratchet tooth. 5. Place new cam (hub over clock shaft, Line up shaft with flat side of cam Check that drive lug is in Install coin vaults and lo’ ks (not supplied) into meter ca f e openings. 4. Install control supplied) panel Open control panel and rest it on the bottom edge of the opening. Attach slide extension (with flange pointing down) to one of the coin-slide mechanisms. Insert the coin-slide mechanism through the opening to the left of the control panel. lock and key (not side down) flat side of hole. place. Electrlcal Shock 6. Turn cam until “V-shaped lines up with ratchet tooth. notch 7. Press cam down in place on motor shaft. Make sure that “V-shaped notch clears the ratchet tooth. Secure coin-slide mechanism from inside the control panel using the 3/l 6” bolt and washer supplied. Install coin box. 8. Reattach the timer bracket assembly; tighten the screws. 9. Repeat steps for other timer. 10. Close and lock the control 8. Repeat Steps 6 and 7 for the other coin-slide mechanism. Close control panel. panel. Jl 5. If you wish to change th 45-minute dryer timing cams to eit 1 er 30- or 60minute timing cams, to a 3C- or 60-minute Pages 8 and 9. Complet steps given in that secti going to Step 6. i 9. Electrlcal Shock Disconnect electrlcal service panel (ruse bo breaker box). Failure to do so could r serlous Injury or death. i azard wer at the or clrcult Insert top of wire guard into holes on each side of the coin-slide mechanism. Insert screws through hooked ends of guard and tighten. Repeat for other wire guard. sult In Page 9 16 ;I 14. Remove pipes. 11 the red caps from the gas I n Checklevelness of dryers by placing a carpenter’s level on top of the dryers or collar, first side to side, then front to back. If dryer is not level, adjust the front legs up or down. Make the final check with the level. , Plug power supply cord into grounded outlets. Turn ( I electrical power supply. ‘1 n Connect gas supply to each dryer. Use pipe-joint compound resistant to the action of Natural and L.P. gas for gas connections, rhutofl valve nm Floor Dama 5 8 Slide dryers onto card b‘oard or hardboard before mo \‘IIng across rloor. 5ult In Failure to do so may r(EC damage to floor cove r w. Move unit to its pc31rmanent location. 12. Open the shutoff valves supply lines. in the gas Fire Hazard Do Not use an open flame to test tar leaks from gas connections. Checking for leaks wlth a flame may result In a flre or explosion. 13 w Use a brush and liquid detergent to test all gas connections for leaks, Bubbles around connections will indicate a leak. If a leak appears, shut off gas valve controls and adjust connections. Then check connections again, NEVERTESTFOR GAS LEAKSWITH A FLAME. Close the access panels. All connectlons tlghtened. Page 10 must be wrench- 15. Turn one dryer on to rer r<ove air from the gas supply line. Usin (1 a full heat cycle (not the air cycle: 1, let the dryer run for at least five mint I 1es. If the burner does not ignite cI- Id you can feel no heat inside the (:I yer, shut off the dryer for five minute I’. Check that all supply valve controls ;( are in “ON” position and that the pc:\ tier supply cord is plugged in. Repc ,Jt the fiveminute test. 17 WTO exhaust the dryers, see ‘Exhaust requirements” and “Exhaust duct connection,” pages 5 to 7. Personal InJury Hazard To prevent tlpplng, tether bracket must be secured to wall studs or concrete wall. Failure to do so could result In personal Injury. Tether bracket. bracket, located rear ot of the top ‘dryer. dryer. at I 18. Attach both ends of tether located at the rear of the top dryer to a secured 2x4. r I I 16. 18. 17. 10.11. 14. Check tools. to make sure you have all your The installation is now complete. 17. 10.11. (with step . I Page 11 to a ... If dryers do not operate properly.. . Check the folIowIng to be sure that: 1. Electrical supply is connected. 2. Circuit breakers fuses blown, are not tripped Floor Dama Slide dryers onto card hardboard before mo rloor. Failure to do so may r damage to floor cove i or 3. Doors are closed. 4. Timer has been actuated. 5. Controls are set in a running ‘ON” position. or 6. Gas shutoff valves are open on dryer and supply line. both l l l l l l l Shut off electric suppl Disconnect power su Tape securely to drye Shut off the gas suppl gas supply line. Disconnect gas pipe from dryer and cap line. Tape end of drye Tape the drums to the i Tape doors. Adjust leveling legs all 8 oard or Ing across suit In ng. to dryers. ply cords. valves If you need assistance... The Whirlpool Consumer Assistance Center will answer any questions about operating or maintaining your dryers not covered in the Installation Instructions. The Whirlpool Consumer Assistance Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Just dial l-(800) 253-1301 - the call is free. When you call, you will need the dryer model number and serial number. Both numbers can be found on the serial/rating plate located in the door well behind the dryer door and on the front of the opening. in the nd fittings gas supply gas pipes. front panel. he way in. Before installing dryers i a new location, check with yo r gas supplier or dealer to see that yo r dryer is equipped with the corr ct burner for the particular type of g s in your new building. Burner informa ion may be found on the rating pla in the door 1 well of the dryer. Part No. 3395314 Rev. E 0 1994 Whirlpool Corporation Printed on recycled paper 10% post consumer waste/ 50% recovered materials. Prepared by Whirlpool Corporation,IBenton Harbor, Michigan 49022 Printed in U.S.A.
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