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Operating manual
Wascator FOM71 CLS
Operating manual in original language
438 9200-91/EN
2010.05.03
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Contents
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Contents
Procedure for use ........................................................................................ 9
General introduction ................................................................................ 9
Preparations .......................................................................................... 10
The ”Move back” key ............................................................................. 11
To start the wash program .................................................................... 11
Program description .............................................................................. 15
To start a wash program from the program library ................................ 16
To change parameters in the current program step .............................. 19
Rapid advance ...................................................................................... 20
Show weight .......................................................................................... 22
No water reduction ................................................................................ 23
Pause .................................................................................................... 24
Manual operation during a program ...................................................... 25
Text ....................................................................................................... 31
To change the wash program after program operation has
commenced ........................................................................................... 32
To change temperature ......................................................................... 33
Auto restart ............................................................................................ 34
Manual operation ....................................................................................... 35
To select manual operation ................................................................... 35
Motor/door ............................................................................................. 36
Water/drain ............................................................................................ 37
Heating .................................................................................................. 38
Detergent signals and water flushing .................................................... 39
Statistics .................................................................................................... 40
To select statistics ................................................................................. 40
Resetting statistic registers ................................................................... 42
Scale .......................................................................................................... 47
Memory card .............................................................................................. 58
General indtroduction ........................................................................... 58
To select the ”Memory card” function .................................................... 59
To run a wash program straight from a memory card ........................... 62
To copy a program from a memory card to the machine’s program
control unit ............................................................................................. 63
To copy a program from the program control unit to a memory card .... 66
To delete a program on a memory card ................................................ 69
To delete all programs on a memory card ............................................ 70
Maintenance .............................................................................................. 71
Calibration of level control system ............................................................. 72
Calibration of the scale (weight function) .................................................. 77
Calibration of the reference machines Wascator FOM71CLS .................. 78
Checklist for calibration of Wascator FOM71CLS ..................................... 78
Cheks to be made ...................................................................................... 79
Door opening for test sample Wascator FOM71CLS ................................ 82
Calibration protocol .................................................................................... 83
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Safety
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Safety
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.
The machine’s door lock must not be bypassed and it should
be checked daily to ensure it functions.
Should the machine malfunction, please report the fault to the
technician responsible for the machine.
4328
Emergency stop
If the machine for some reason has
to be stopped – press emergency
stop button
4329
When necessary measures have
been taken, the emergency button
can be reset by pulling it out.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes to design and component specifications.
NOTE! Some of the display texts and functions may not appear on
your machine version.
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If you are not sure of
which program can be
performed while a
program is running
This is your starting
point when you wish to
run a wash program
Preparations
Start the wash program
Start a wash program from
the program library
Here you can see
how the machine can
be controlled when a
wash program is not
running
Select manual operation
Motor/door
Water/drain
Change parameters in the
current program step
There are many
operations which can
be performed while a
program is running
Heating
Rapid advance
Detergent signals and
water flushing
Pause
Here you can
find information on
machine operating
times and the latest
error codes flagged
Statistics
Manual operation
Text
Change wash program after
starting
Change temperature
scale°C/°F
Select "Memory card" function
Run a wash program
from memory card
A "Memory card" is a
plastic card containing a
memory chip which can
store wash programs. It
can be used, amongst
other things, for
transferring programs
between washer
extractors
Copy a program from card to
PCU
Auto restart
Copy a program from PCU to
card
Delete a program from
a card
Delete all programs from a
card
3657
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Note
Weight calibration (only Wascator FOM71 CLS)
If the value in the display shows more than ±0.1 kg, reset scale to zero.
Level calibration
Check and calibrate if a longer test serie is to commence.
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Procedure for use
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General introduction
This washer extractor is controlled by a microprocessor-based program
control unit. There are many advantages to this equipment, including:
Fig.
1
• timing, levels and temperatures are controlled with great precision and
flexibility
• detailed information on wash programs, machine status and operations,
wash times and temperatures can be accessed in plain language on the
large display screen
• it is possible for the user to create new wash programs, and to adapt
programs precisely on the basis of experience and to suit various types
of textile, degrees of soiling etc.
• a very high level of machine safety through continuous monitoring and
built-in safety interlocks
• the program control unit has a reader for ”memory cards”. These are
cards the size of a credit card which contain a memory chip. Memory
cards allow the user to:
- transfer wash programs between a PC and the washer extractor, or
from one washer extractor to another
- run programs straight from a card
• great flexibility during program operation:
- rapid advance both forwards and backwards in the program
- change temperatures, program module lengths and extraction speeds
directly, during program operation
- start a different program at any time during program operation.
1
Display screen
Numeric keyboard
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
MAKE YOUR CHOICE WITH
OR AND PRESS SELECT
WEIGHT, KG: 000,0
TAR
SELECT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Card reader for ”memory cards”
0
The functions of these keys change,
depending on which menu or part of a menu
you are using. Their current functions at any
time are shown on the display immediately
above each key.
The ”Move back” key
By pressing this key repeatedly you can move
backwards through the menus you have navigated
through. This will always bring you back to the menu
illustrated here.
4221 3651
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Procedure for use
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Preparations
2
• Sort the load, paying attention to the textile
care labels on the items. Empty all pockets
and do up zip fasteners.
• Open the machine door, check that the drum
is empty, load the items into the machine and
close the door.
• Check that the emergency stop button has not
been pressed inwards (see ”Machine safety”).
Measuring the detergent
Fig.
2
Compartment 1 – pre wash, powder or liquid
detergent
Compartment 2 – main wash, powder detergent
Compartment 3 – softener
(Note! When using weight control softener
can not be used (compartment 3 will be used
for dosing water in all baths).
Compartment 4 – main wash, liquid detergent
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Procedure for use
11
The ”Move back” key
If you find you are in the
wrong place, or if you want to
undo earlier key presses:
3627
The "Move back" function
Each press of the ”Move back” key moves you back
one menu, in reverse order. By pressing this key
repeatedly you can return to this menu at any time:
Press the ”Move back” key
one or more times.
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
MAKE YOUR CHOICE WITH
OR AND PRESS SELECT
WEIGHT, KG: 000,0
3651
TAR
SELECT
To start the wash program
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
If this menu is not currently
displayed:
Press a repeatedly.
MAKE YOUR CHOICE WITH
OR AND PRESS SELECT
WEIGHT, KG 000,0
SELECT
3580
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
If ”GO TO THE MENU” is
highlighted:
Two ways of starting a program
By entering the actual program number
Enter the actual program number if you know it,
then press SELECT.
By starting from the program library
(see section "To start a wash program from the
program library)
If you are unsure about the programs available,
you can select a program from the program
library, where the programs are listed with their
descriptions.
Press c.
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
SELECT
When ”RUN A WASH
PROGRAM” is highlighted:
Press SELECT.
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Procedure for use
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RUN A WASH PROGRAM
ENTER A PROGRAM NUMBER:
0
SELECT FROM LIBRARY
CLS
SMC
993
3581 A
for example:
91
SELECT
Here you can select programs
from the program libraries.
See the section entitled ”To
start a wash program from the
program library”.
Displayed here will be the
number of the most frequently
used program. S993 would
indicate the number of a
program on a memory card.
Press this key if you want
to select this program.
Use the numeric keys to
enter the program number
Press SELECT.
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
ENTER A PROGRAM NUMBER:
0
FROM CLS OR SMC?
CLS
SMC
If you have a memory card in
the program control unit, and
the program you selected is
both on the memory card and
in the PCU, you will be asked
”FROM CLS OR SMC?”.
OK
4031 A
CLS
SMC
Press CLS if you want to
take the program from the
PCU.
Press SMC if you want to
take the program from the
memory card.
In some of the text shown on
the display, Clarus Control is
referred to as CLS and the
memory card is referred to as
SMC.
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If you have entered the wrong number
Enter the correct number to overstrike the earlier
one.
Note: you must always enter three digits, even
when the number is really only a one or two-digit
number.
Examples:
The program number required is 9. Enter 009 to
overstrike all digits in the wrong number.
The program number required is 19. Enter 019 to
overstrike all digits in the wrong number.
Memory cards
A memory card is a plastic card, the size of a credit
card, with an electronic memory chip inside it. This
card is capable of storing 10 to 15 wash programs
of normal size. If the programs are mostly small
ones, more of them can be stored, whereas larger
programs will reduce the number which can be held
by the card. Memory cards of this type can be used
to:
• transfer wash programs from one washer
extractor to another
• run wash programs straight from the card
• transfer wash programs from a PC to a memory
card and from a memory card to a PC (these
procedures, and how to write a wash program on
a PC, are described elsewhere).
Memory cards are described in detail in the section
entitled ”The Memory card”.
Procedure for use
13
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
ENTER A PROGRAM NUMBER:
91
Delayed start time
(hrs:mins)
Program name
00:00
NORMAL 95°C STD
TEXT
START
If you want to see the
description of the program:
3582
TEXT
Press TEXT .
Pressing ”Text” displays more information
The text displayed is a description of the wash
program selected. This text description is inserted
when a new wash program is created. This
procedure is described fully in the programming
manual.
Choose 1 or 2:
1
START
1 To start the program now:
Press START.
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
START
2 Delayed start
Use the numeric keys to
enter a time (max. 99
hrs). This parameter
appears on the right of
the display.
Delayed start
Delayed start means that the machine will not start
the wash program until the time entered has
elapsed.
This function allows you, for example, to load the
machine in the evening, but delay the start of the
wash until early the next morning, to end in time for
the next shift.
Press START.
DELAYED START
ENTER A PROGRAM NUMBER:
91
14:30
Time left before the
machine is to start
NORMAL 95°C STD
EXIT
EXIT
If you want to cancel the
delayed start:
Press EXIT
During a wash program:
3627
Press a to
make the machine pause
during the wash program.
Two ways of pausing during a wash program
There are two ways of pausing during a wash
program:
1 By pressing a.
2 As an additional function. This is described in
section "Pause".
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Procedure for use
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The following information is
displayed during the wash
program:
Current program step
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH
STEP TIME:
SET TEMPERATURE
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE:
REMAINING TIME:
DRUM SPEED:
1
720
85
21
70
1000
SEC
C
C
MIN
RPM
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
SELECT
Time left for this program
step
Set temperature
To terminate a program before it has finished
• Select RAPID ADVANCE and press SELECT.
Advance to ”END OF PROGRAM” and press
SELECT.
• Wait until ”READY TO UNLOAD” appears on the
display.
• Now the door can be opened.
Actual temperature
Remaining program time
Drum speed
3583
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTARTS
If required:
Select a function using the
cursor keys.
SELECT
Press SELECT.
Additional functions during the program
Rapid advance (see section ”To change parameters
in the current program step”)
Rapid advance through the program to the program
step required. Rapid advance can be used to move
both forwards and backwards through the program.
Display weight (see section ”Show weight”)
The actual load weight is shown in large digits on the
display (weight display mode). (On machines with
weighing equipment only.)
No water level reduction (see section ”No water
level reduction”)
Machines with weighing equipment installed adjust
the water level automatically according to the load
weight. This function lets you switch off water level
reduction during the current program.
Pause (see section ”Pause”)
The machine stops. The drain valve remains closed.
Another way to pause the program: Press a.
Manual functions (see section ”Manual operation
during a program”)
The following functions can be controlled manually
during the course of the program:
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- all water valves, drain and pumps (where
applicable).
- limit highest extraction speed.
- motor on/off after end of wash program.
- flush detergent.
Text (see section ”Text”)
Display description of wash program (if available).
Select a different wash program (see section ”To
change the wash program after program
operation has commenced”)
You can switch to using a different wash program
at any stage during the wash. Once this function
has been selected, the current step (for example,
rinse) of the earlier program will be allowed to
finish and then the new program will start (from
the beginning).
Change temperature scale °C or °F (see section
”To change temperature scale °C/°F”)
Auto restart (see section ”Auto restart”)
Here you enter the number of times you wish the
wash program to restart automatically.
Program description
15
Program description
The following programs are fixed programmes in memory.
Prgr.no.
Name
Contents/Application
991
Start-up program
If the machine has been idle more
than two hours, this program
should be run before any other
program is run.
992
Level check
Check with ruler insider
Program fills machine with water to
a reference level at 160 mm,
maintains this level 20 seconds and
press PAUS and it empties the
machine. This process is repeated
five times. After that, the program
fills machine with water to the
following levels one after the other:
100 mm, 130 mm, 160 mm and 200
mm. Each level is maintained 40
seconds before emptying.
993
Weight check
Program fills the machine with
water to 18 kg, wait 30 seconds,
rotates 60 seconds and fills to 26
kg (+8) and waits 30 seconds.
Then drain.
994
Temperature check
Program fills machine with water to
130 mm level and warms it in five
steps: 25°C for 2 minutes, 40°C for
2 minutes, 60°C for 2 minutes,
80°C for 2 minutes and 90°C for 2
minutes. The machine is emptied,
filled twice with cold water to a high
level 200 mm and finishes with a
two minute spin cycle 1000 rpm.
The buzzer sounds at the end of
the program.
995
Low extraction 500 rpm
1 minute.
996
Low extraction
500 rpm 5 minutes.
997
Extraction 775 rpm
2 minutes (15s 550)
998
Extraction 950 rpm
4 minutes (15s 550 + 15s 775)
999
High extraction 1100 rpm
5 minutes (15+15+20s 950)
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Procedure for use
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To start a wash program from the program library
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
MAKE YOUR CHOICE WITH
OR AND PRESS SELECT
WEIGHT, KG 000,0
If this menu is not currently
displayed:
Press a repeatedly.
SELECT
3580
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
If ”GO TO THE MENU” is
highlighted:
Press c.
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
SELECT
When ”RUN A WASH
PROGRAM” is highlighted:
Press SELECT.
What is the program library?
The program library lists all wash programs, both
user and standard programs, showing their
program numbers and a description, for example:
1
2
3
991
992
993
994
995
996
997
998
999
MY OWN 40 °C
MY OWN 60 °C
MY OWN 90 °C
Start-up program
Level check
Weight check
Temperature check
Low extraction 500 rpm
1 minute
Low extraction 500 rpm
5 minutes
Extraction 775 rpm 2 minutes
(15s 550)
Extraction 950 rpm 4 minutes
(15s 550 + 15s 775)
High extraction 1100 rpm
5 minutes (15 + 15 + 20s 950)
Each time a new program is stored in the machine
program memory, its number and description will
be inserted automatically into the program library.
The program library may be used for starting a
wash program, but is also used in programming,
when a wash program needs to be modified or if a
new program is to be created on the basis of an
existing one.
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Procedure for use
17
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
ENTER A PROGRAM NUMBER:
0
FROM CLS OR SMC?
CLS
SMC
OK
4031 A
CLS
SMC
To select a program from the
PCU program library:
Press CLS.
If there is a memory card in
the PCU and you wish to
select a program on that:
Press SMC.
Select library via menu
You can also select the program library via the
option ”GO TO THE MENU”. Then select ”WASH
PROGRAM LIBRARY”.
MENU
MAKE A CHOISE:
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
SELECT
3590
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
SETTINGS 2
EXIT
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Procedure for use
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RUN A WASH PROGRAM
ENTER A PROGRAM NUMBER:
91
Delayed start time
(hrs:mins)
Program name
00:00
NORMAL 95°C STD
TEXT
START
If you want to see the
description of the program:
3582
TEXT
Press TEXT
Pressing ”Text” displays more information
The text displayed is a description of the wash
program selected. This text description is inserted
when a new wash program is created. This
procedure is described fully in the programming
manual.
Choose 1 or 2:
1
START
1 To start the program now:
Press START.
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
START
DELAYED START
ENTER A PROGRAM NUMBER:
91
Use the numeric keys to
enter a time (max. 99
hrs). This parameter
appears on the right of
the display.
Press START.
Time (in hours and
minutes) left before the
machine is to start.
14:30
NORMAL 95°C STD
EXIT
EXIT
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2 Delayed start
OIf you want to cancel the
delayed start:
Press EXIT.
The functions which are
available during program
operation are described in
sections "To change
parameters in the current
program step - Auto restart".
Delayed start
Delayed start means that the machine will not start
the wash program until the time entered has
elapsed.
This function allows you, for example, to load the
machine in the evening, but delay the start of the
wash until early the next morning, to end in time for
the next shift.
Procedure for use
19
To change parameters in the current program step
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH
STEP TIME:
SET TEMPERATURE:
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE:
REMAINING TIME:
DRUM SPEED:
1
720
85
21
70
1000
During program operation the
display will look like this (see
section "To start the wash
program").
SEC
°C
°C
MIN
RPM
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
SELECT
3584
You can alter the following program steps:
Prewash, Main wash, Rinse, Drain, Soak
Length of program step (max. 9998 seconds),
heating temperature (max. 97°C).
Extraction
Length of program step (max. 3599seconds),
extraction speed.
Press c one or more
times...
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH
STEP TIME:
SET TEMPERATURE:
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE:
REMAINING TIME:
DRUM SPEED:
1
720
85
21
70
1000
SEC
°C
°C
MIN
RPM
...to highlight the line
required.
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
SELECT
SELECT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press SELECT.
Use the numeric keys to
enter the new parameter .
If you have entered the wrong parameter
Continue pressing numeric keys to overstrike the
incorrect parameter.
Note: always use the same number of digits as used
on the display to overstrike the incorrect parameter.
Example:
To change the time for the program step to 30
seconds, enter 030 to overstrike the earlier
parameter.
0
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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Procedure for use
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Rapid advance
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH
STEP TIME:
SET TEMPERATURE
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE:
REMAINING TIME:
DRUM SPEED:
1
720
85
21
70
1000
SEC
C
C
MIN
RPM
During program operation
the display will look like this
(see section "To start the
wash program").
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
SELECT
3583
Check that ”RAPID
ADVANCE” is highlighted.
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTARTS
If it is not highlighted:
Press c or b one or
more times to highlight
”RAPID ADVANCE”.
SELECT
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Press SELECT.
To terminate a program before it has finished
• Select RAPID ADVANCE and press SELECT.
Advance to ”END OF PROGRAM” and press
SELECT.
• Wait until ”THE DOOR IS UNLOCKED” appears
on the display.
• Now the door can be opened.
Procedure for use
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91 NORMAL 95°C STD
RAPID ADVANCE
PRE WASH
EXTRACT
MAIN WASH
EXTRACT
RINSE
1
1
1
2
1
SELECT
3586
PRE WASH
1
EXTRACT
1
MAIN WASH
1
EXTRACT
2
RINSE
1
EXTRACT
3
RINSE
2
EXTRACT
4
RINSE
3
EXTRACT
5
END OF PROGRAM
SELECT
Press b or c one or
more times to highlight the
program step you wish to
advance to.
Rapid advance works in both directions
Rapid advance works in both directions, using b
and c.
Using rapid advance to move forwards allows you to
skip one or more program steps. Using rapid
advance backwards allows you to repeat one or
more program steps.
Automatic return to normal display
Once you have selected any of the functions below,
you must make any changes required within 20
seconds. If no further keys are pressed within 20
seconds, the display will revert automatically to its
normal appearance during a wash program.
Press SELECT.
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Procedure for use
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For machines with weighing equipment installed only!
Show weight
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH
STEP TIME:
SET TEMPERATURE
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE:
REMAINING TIME:
DRUM SPEED:
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
1
720
85
21
70
1000
SEC
°C
°C
MIN
RPM
During program operation
the display will look like
this (see section ”To start
the wash program”).
Show weight
The actual weight is shown in large digits on the display
(weight display mode).
If the weighing equipment is not connected, the error
message “FUNCTION NOT ALLOWED” will appear.
See the section “Fault-finding, weighing equipment” in
the machine manual.
SELECT
4774
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
NO WATER REDUCTION
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTART
Press c or b one
or more times to
highlight ”SHOW
WEIGHT”.
SELECT
CLARUS CONTROL
WEIGHT, KG:
007,0
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Press SELECT.
Weight display mode:
The actual net weight is
shown in large digits on
the display.
Return to normal display
The display will return to normal at the end of the ”time
for weight display” set as a parameter in Settings 1. The
manufacturer’s default parameter is 20 seconds.
To end weight display sooner
Press a or use the numeric keys to enter a new
program number.
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For machines with weighing equipment installed only!
No water reduction (not for Wascator FOM71 CLS)
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH
STEP TIME:
SET TEMPERATURE
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE:
REMAINING TIME:
DRUM SPEED:
1
720
85
21
70
1000
SEC
°C
°C
MIN
RPM
During program operation
the display will look like
this (see section ”To start
the wash program”).
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
SELECT
4776
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
No water reduction
The wash load is weighed during the program and the
water level is adjusted automatically according to its
weight. If the load is not a full one, the water level will be
reduced according to a water level reduction table. You
can switch off water level reduction at any stage of a
program.
Note that if you select ”NO WATER REDUCTION”, this
applies only to the program currently running. The next
time a program is started, water level reduction will
occur automatically again.
NO WATER REDUCTION
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTART
Press c or bone
or more times to
highlight ”NO WATER
REDUCTION”.
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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Pause
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH
STEP TIME:
SET TEMPERATURE
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE:
REMAINING TIME
DRUM SPEED:
1
720
85
21
70
70
SEC
°C
°C
MIN
RPM
During program operation the
display will look like this (see
section "To start the wash
program").
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
SELECT
3587
SHOW WEIGHT
Two ways of pausing during a wash program
Note that you must be in normal wash mode to be
able to pause in this way. If, for example, you are
using ”Manual Functions”, you will have to exit that
first before you can use Pause.
There are two ways of pausing during a wash
program:
1 As an additional function. This is described in this
section.
2 By pressing a.
RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTARTS
Press c or b one or
more times to highlight
”PAUSE”.
SELECT
Press SELECT.
91 NORMAL 95° STD
PROGRAM STEP:
MAIN WASH
1
PAUSE
START
3588
START
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wash program.
•
•
•
•
•
•
When the machine pauses:
Program operation is halted.
Filling is halted (where applicable).
Heating is halted (where applicable).
The motor stops.
The drain valve remains closed.
The door cannot be opened.
Procedure for use
Manual operation during a program
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH
STEP TIME:
SET TEMPERATURE
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE:
REMAINING TIME:
DRUM SPEED:
1
720
85
21
70
1000
SEC
C
C
MIN
RPM
During program operation the
display will look like this (see
section "To start the wash
program").
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
SELECT
3585
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Two types of manual operation
There are two types of manual operation, which
should not be confused:
• Manual operation during a program
These functions are described in this section.
• Manual operation when no program is
running
These functions are described in section
"Manual operation".
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTARTS
Press c or b one or
more times to highlight
”MANUAL FUNCTIONS”.
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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Automatic return to normal display
Once you have selected any of the functions below,
you must make any changes required within 20
seconds. If no further keys are pressed within 20
seconds, the display will revert automatically to its
normal appearance during a wash program.
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
MAKE A CHOICE:
WATER/DRAIN
HIGH EXTRACT
MOTOR
DETERGENT/FLUSH
EXIT
SELECT
3679
WATER/DRAIN
HIGH EXTRACT
MOTOR
DETERGENT/FLUSH
EXIT
Use the cursor keys to
select the function.
SELECT
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Press SELECT.
Manual functions during a wash program
Water/drain (see section "Water/drain")
Allows manual operation of all water valves and
the drain valve.
Highest extraction speed (see section "Maximum
extraction speed")
Here you can limit the maximum extraction speed
for the current program.
Motor (see section "Motor on after wash")
Motor on/off after program has ended.
Detergent valves (see section "Detergent signals
and water flushing")
Allows you to control all valves in the detergent
compartment or in external detergent supply
system.
Procedure for use
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Water/drain
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
WATER/DRAIN
COLD WATER
MIXED WATER
HOT WATER
COLD HARD WATER
WATER FROM TANK 1
WATER FROM TANK 2
LEVEL:
63 UNITS
OPEN
To access this function, see
instructions in section
"Manual operation".
Water level in drum
3680
Use b and c to select
the water/drain option you
require.
COLD WATER
MIXED WATER
HOT WATER
COLD HARD WATER
WATER FROM TANK 1
Not for Wascator FOM71 CLS
WATER FROM TANK 2
DRAIN
EXIT
OPEN
COLD WATER
MIXED WATER
HOT WATER
Press OPEN.
The function will be activated
for as long as you press and
hold this key. The function
ceases as soon as you
release the key.
When you have finished:
Press b repeatedly to
highlight ”EXIT”.
COLD HARD WATER
WATER FROM TANK 1
Not for Wascator FOM71 CLS
WATER FROM TANK 2
DRAIN
EXIT
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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Maximum extraction speed
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
HIGH EXTRACT
CURRENT MAXIMUM EXTCACT SPEED: 1000 RPM
To access this function, see
instructions in section
"Manual operation".
SELECT NEW EXTRACT SPEED:
Maximum extraction
speed in current program.
1000 RPM
SELECT
To limit the program’s highest extraction
speed
This function allows you to modify the highest
extraction speed allowed during the program.
Example:
Assume that the highest speed in the program is
1000 rpm and that you have set 700 rpm as the
highest speed allowed.
3681
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
All speeds above 700 rpm will
be limited to 700 rpm
Enter the maximum
extraction speed you
require for this program.
1000
0
SELECT
rpm
Speeds below 700
rpm will not be
affected
800
Press SELECT.
600
400
200
Time
3682
This change will affect the current program only. No
change will be implemented if extraction is taking
place at the time of the (attempted) change.The
next time that this program is used, the original
maximum speed will apply.
This function does not allow you to set a higher
speed than the usual maximum speed for the
program.
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Motor on after wash
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
MOTOR
MOTOR ON AFTER WASH
EXIT
N
To access this function, see
instructions in section
"Manual mode".
Y/N
Motor to rotate after program has ended
If you answer Yes (Y):
The motor will continue to rotate in alternative
directions after the program has ended. This
prevents creasing of the load.
When the program has ended, the display will look
like this:
3683
Y/N
MOTOR ON AFTER WASH
A toggle function:
Use Y/N to toggle the
function from ON (Yes) to
OFF (No).
When you have finished:
Press b to highlight
”EXIT”.
EXIT
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
MOTOR ON IN
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
STOP
4111
Press STOP to stop the motor.
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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Detergent signals and water flushing
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
DETERGENT/FLUSH
WATER FLUSH
FLUSH COLD POWDER
POWDER SIGNAL 1
POWDER SIGNAL 2
POWDER SIGNAL 3
POWDER SIGNAL 4
To access this function, see
instructions in section
"Manual mode".
OPEN
3684
Use b and c to select
the function you require.
WATER FLUSH
FLUSH COLD WATER
POWDER SIGNAL 1
POWDER SIGNAL 2
POWDER SIGNAL 3
POWDER SIGNAL 4
POWDER SIGNAL 5
LIQUID DETERGENT 1
LIQUID DETERGENT 2
LIQUID DETERGENT 3
LIQUID DETERGENT 4
EXIT
OPEN
WATER FLUSH
FLUSH COLD POWDER
POWDER SIGNAL 1
POWDER SIGNAL 2
Press OPEN.
The function will be activated
for as long as you press and
hold this key. The function
ceases as soon as you
release the key.
When you have finished:
Press b repeatedly to
highlight ”EXIT”.
POWDER SIGNAL 3
POWDER SIGNAL 4
POWDER SIGNAL 5
LIQUID DETERGENT 1
LIQUID DETERGENT 2
LIQUID DETERGENT 3
LIQUID DETERGENT 4
EXIT
SELECT
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Press SELECT.
Detergent signals and water flushing
FLUSH WATER:
This function uses water to clear detergent from
the supply tubes of the detergent dispensing
system.
POWDER SIGNAL:
This function will either: a) use water to dispense
detergent from machine compartments, or: b)
dispense detergent from an external system. The
number of valves present will vary according to
the machine type.
Procedure for use
Text
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH
STEP TIME:
SET TEMPERATURE
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE:
REMAINING TIME:
DRUM SPEED:
1
720
85
21
70
1000
SEC
C
C
MIN
RPM
During program operation the
display will look like this (see
section "To start the wash
program".
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Pressing ”Text” displays more information
The text displayed is a description of the wash
program selected. This text description is inserted
when a new wash program is created. This
procedure is described fully in the programming
manual.
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
SELECT
3592
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTARTS
Press c or b one or
more times to highlight
”TEXT”.
SELECT
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH
1
NORMAL PROGRAM FOR MEDIUM SOILED
CLOTHES
Press SELECT.
Description of wash
program
TEXT
AUTO RESTARTS
SELECT
3630
SELECT
To return to the normal
display:
Press SELECT again.
Automatic return to normal display
If you do not press SELECT within 20 seconds, the
display will revert automatically.
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To change the wash program after program operation has commenced
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH
STEP TIME:
SET TEMPERATURE
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE:
REMAINING TIME
DRUM SPEED:
1
720
85
21
70
1000
SEC
°C
°C
MIN
RPM
During program operation the
display will look like this (see
section "To start the wash
program".
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
SELECT
3694
SHOW WEIGHT
To change the wash program after program
operation has commenced
You can change to a different wash program at any
time during program operation. When you do, the
current function (for example, rinse) will be
interrupted. The new program will start immediately
after that (from the beginning).
This function is useful, for example, if you discover
that you have started the wrong program.
RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTARTS
Press c or b one or
more times to highlight
”SELECT NEW WASH
PROGRAM”.
SELECT
Press SELECT.
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
SELECT NEW PROGRAM AND PRESS SELECT
PR.NO.
NAME
991
NORMAL 95°C STD
992
NORMAL 60°C STD
993
NORMAL 40°C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95°C
995
INTENSIVE 60°C
996
PERM PRESS 60°C
Automatic return to normal display
If no key is pressed within 20 seconds, the display
will revert automatically.
SELECT
3695
Press b one or more
times as required...
991
NORMAL 95°C STD
992
NORMAL 60°C STD
993
NORMAL 40°C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95°C
995
INTENSIVE 60°C
996
PERM. PRESS 60°C
997
PERM. PRESS 40°C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1 MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
...to highlight the new wash
program.
What is the program library?
The program library lists all wash programs, both
user and standard programs, showing their
program numbers and a description, for example:
1
2
3
991
992
993
994
995
996
997
SELECT
Press SELECT.
998
999
996 PERM. PRESS 60°C
PROGRAM STEP: PREWASH
STEP TIME:
NO HEATING
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE:
DRUM SPEED:
1
120 SEC
21 °C
48 RPM
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
SELECT
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The existing wash program
will now be interrupted and
the new one will begin.
MY OWN 40 °C
MY OWN 60 °C
MY OWN 90 °C
Start-up program
Level check
Weight check
Temperature check
Low extraction 500 rpm
1 minute
Low extraction 500 rpm
5 minutes
Extraction 775 rpm 2 minutes
(15s 550)
Extraction 950 rpm 4 minutes
(15s 550 + 15s 775)
High extraction 1100 rpm
5 minutes (15 + 15 + 20s 950)
Each time a new program is stored in the machine
program memory, its number and description will
be inserted automatically into the program library.
The program library may be used for starting a
wash program, but is also used in programming,
when a wash program needs to be modified or if a
new program is to be created on the basis of an
existing one.
Procedure for use
To change temperature scale °C/°F
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH
STEP TIME:
SET TEMPERATURE
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE:
REMAINING TIME
DRUM SPEED:
1
720
85
21
70
1000
SEC
°C
°C
MIN
RPM
During program operation the
display will look like this (see
section "To start the wash
program".
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
SELECT
3696
SHOW WEIGHT
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To change temperature scale °C/°F
This function changes the temperature scale used
for all temperatures displayed during the wash
program.
Please note that this scale change applies only to
the current program. The default temperature scale
will apply next time you run a program.
To change the default temperature scale for all
programs, use the function ”SETTINGS”, which is
described in the Service Manual.
RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTARTS
Press c or b one or
more times to highlight
”CHANGE °C/°F”.
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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Auto restart
What is Auto restart?
Auto restart means that the same program will be
repeated one or more times, according to the
number set. The program will restart immediately,
and the door will remain locked. If you have set auto
restart, the display will show the number of restarts
left.
This function is used primarily for testing.
91 NORMAL 95°C STD
PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH
STEP TIME:
SET TEMPERATURE
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE:
REMAINING TIME
DRUM SPEED:
1
720
85
21
70
1000
SEC
°C
°C
MIN
RPM
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
SELECT
3593
SHOW WEIGHT
RAPID ADVANCE
PAUSE
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
TEXT
SELECT NEW WASH PROGRAM
CHANGE °F/°C
AUTO RESTART
Press b one or more
times to highlight ”AUTO
RESTART”.
SELECT
Press SELECT.
91 NORMAL 95°STD
PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH
STEP TIME:
NO HEATING
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE:
1
300 SEC
19 C
DRUM SPEED:
Shows the number of
times the program will
restart.
70 RPM
AUTO RESTARTS´
0
SELECT
3594
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
If required:
Use the numeric keys to
change the required
number of restarts.
0
SELECT
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Press SELECT.
Manual operation
Manual operation
To select manual operation
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
If this menu is not currently
displayed:
Press a repeatedly.
MAKE YOUR CHOICE WITH
OR AND PRESS SELECT
WEIGHT, KG: 000,0
SELECT
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Two types of manual operation
There are two types of manual operation, which
should not be confused:
• Manual operation when no program is
running
These functions are described in this section.
• Manual operation during a program
These functions are described in section
"Manual operation"
.
3589
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
SELECT
Press b to highlight ”GO
TO THE MENU”.
Press SELECT.
Always lock the door first!
You must always close and lock the door first before
you can operate the machine manually.
To lock the door, use the submenu MOTOR/DOOR,
see section "Motor/door".
All manual settings are cancelled when you
exit manual operation
All manual settings (such as door, motor,
temperature, and drain) will be cancelled when you
exit manual operation.
The door is unlocked, the motor stops, the drain
opens, heating is halted, and the temperature is
reset to zero.
MENU
MAKE A CHOICE:
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
SELECT
3685
Press b six times...
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
MANUAL MODE
SETTINGS 2
....to highlight ”MANUAL
MODE”.
EXIT
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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MANUAL FUNCTIONS
MAKE A CHOICE:
MOTOR/DOOR
WATER/DRAIN
HEATING
DETERGENT/FLUSH
EXIT
SELECT
3686
MOTOR/DOOR
WATER/DRAIN
HEATING
DETERGENT/FLUSH
EXIT
Select the function required
using the cursor keys.
SELECT
Press SELECT.
Manual operation when no program is
running
Motor/door (see section "Motor/door")
Lock/unlock door. Switch motor on/off (normal
drum action).
Water and drain valves (see section "Water/
drain")
Operation of drain valve and all water valves.
Heating (see section "Heating")
Heat water to any temperature required.
Detergent valves (see section "Detergent
signals and water flushing")
Allows manual operation of all valves in
detergent compartment or external detergent
supply system.
Exit
Returns you to the MENU display.
Motor/door
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
MOTOR/DOOR
DOOR LOCK ON
MOTOR ON
EXIT
N
N
Y/N
3687
DOOR LOCK ON
MOTOR ON
Press b as required to
select a function.
EXIT
Y/N
A toggle function:
Use Y/N to toggle the
function from ON (Yes) to
OFF (No).
When you have finished:
Press b to highlight
”EXIT”.
DOOR LOCK ON
MOTOR ON
EXIT
SELECT
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Press SELECT.
Lock the door and start the motor
DOOR LOCK ON
If you answer Yes (Y):
The door will be locked. Note that you must
always lock the door before you can operate the
machine manually.
MOTOR ON
If you answer Yes (Y):
The motor will start and operate, using normal
action.
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Water/drain
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
WATER/DRAIN
DRAIN CLOSED
COLD WATER
MIXED WATER
HOT WATER
COLD HARD WATER
WATER FROM TANK 1
WATER FROM TANK 2
N
To access this function, see
instructions in section "To
select manual operation".
LEVEL: 0 UNITS
Y/N
3688
Use b or c to select
Drain or one of the six
Water filling alternatives.
DRAIN CLOSED
COLD WATER
MIXED WATER
HOT WATER
COLD HARD WATER
Not for
Wascator
FOM71 CLS
WATER FROM TANK 1
WATER FROM TANK 2
EXIT
Y/N
OPEN
DRAIN CLOSED
Drain (a toggle function) :
Press Y/N to toggle the
function from Yes (Y) and
No (N).
Water filling:
Press OPEN.
The function will be activated
for as long as you press and
hold this key. The function
ceases as soon as you
release the key.
When you have finished:
Press b to highlight
”EXIT”.
COLD WATER
MIXED WATER
HOT WATER
COLD HARD WATER
WATER FROM TANK 1
WATER FROM TANK 2
Not for Wascator FOM71 CLS
EXIT
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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Heating
To access this function, see
instructions in section "To
select manual operation".
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
HEATING
SELECT SET TEMPERATURE
Temperature
selected
Actual temperature
0° C
ACTUAL TEMPERATURE
24° C
START
3689
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Use the numeric keys to
enter the temperature the
water is to be heated to.
0
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START
Press START.
Heating will now begin.
STOP
If you wish, you can cancel
heating before the set
temperature is reached:
Access this function again
and press STOP.
Manual operation
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Detergent signals and water flushing
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
DETERGENT/FLUSH
WATER FLUSH
FLUSH COLD POWDER
POWDER SIGNAL 1
POWDER SIGNAL 2
POWDER SIGNAL 3
POWDER SIGNAL 4
To access this function, see
instructions in section "To
select manual operation".
OPEN
3684
Use b and c to select
the function you require.
WATER FLUSH
FLUSH COLD WATER
POWDER SIGNAL 1
POWDER SIGNAL 2
POWDER SIGNAL 3
Detergent signals and water flushing
FLUSH WATER:
This function uses water to clear detergent from
the supply tubes of the detergent dispensing
system.
POWDER SIGNAL:
This function will either: a) use water to
dispense detergent from machine
compartments, or: b) dispense detergent from
an external system.
POWDER SIGNAL 4
POWDER SIGNAL 5
LIQUID DETERGENT 1
LIQUID DETERGENT 2
LIQUID DETERGENT 3
LIQUID DETERGENT 4
EXIT
OPEN
WATER FLUSH
FLUSH COLD POWDER
POWDER SIGNAL 1
POWDER SIGNAL 2
POWDER SIGNAL 3
Press OPEN.
The function will be activated
for as long as you press and
hold this key. The function
ceases as soon as you
release the key.
When you have finished:
Press b repeatedly to
highlight ”EXIT”.
POWDER SIGNAL 4
POWDER SIGNAL 5
LIQUID DETERGENT 1
LIQUID DETERGENT 2
LIQUID DETERGENT 3
LIQUID DETERGENT 4
EXIT
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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Statistics
To select Statistics
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
If this menu is not currently
displayed:
Press a repeatedly.
MAKE YOUR CHOICE WITH
OR AND PRESS SELECT
WEIGHT, KG: 000,0
SELECT
3589
Press b to highlight ”GO
TO THE MENU”.
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
Press SELECT.
SELECT
MENU
MAKE A CHOICE:
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
SELECT
3691
Press b five times...
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
MANUAL MODE
...to highlight ”STATISTICS”.
SETTINGS 2
EXIT
SELECT
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Press SELECT.
Statistics
STATISTICS
TOTAL RUN TIME HOURS
TOTAL TRIP RUN TIME HOURS
HOURS SINCE LAST SERVICE
LAST 5 ERROR CODES
08 NO HEATING
08 NO HEATING
08 NO HEATING
08 NO HEATING
08 NO HEATING
0
0
0
PROGRAM
991
996
993
991
991
HOURS
0
0
0
0
0
EXIT
3690
To display the next page of
statistics:
Press b.
STATISTICS
PROGRAM
2
12
78
991
993
995
997
999
WASHES
4
0
0
35
1
0
0
0
PROGRAM WASHES
10
0
52
0
123
0
992
3
994
0
996
0
998
0
EXIT
3958
To display the next page of
statistics:
Press b.
STATISTICS
PROGRAM
S 1
S 5
S 80
S 99
S992
S994
S996
S998
WASHES
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
PROGRAM WASHES
S 2
0
S 6
0
S 90
0
S991
0
S993
0
S995
0
S997
0
S999
0
If a memory card is in place
in the PCU, the memory card
program statistics will be
displayed. An ”S” before the
program number shows that
it is a memory card program.
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The Statistics function
The Statistics function gives you access to the
following information:
TOTAL RUN TIME HOURS:
Shows the total operating time for the machine
since it was installed.
TOTAL TRIP RUN TIME HOURS:
This register records the total number of
operating hours since it was last reset. It can,
for example, be used to keep track of operating
time since the last machine service. The
procedure for resetting it is described in
section "To reset "Total trip run time hours"
to zero".
HOURS SINCE LAST SERVICE
This register shows the time elapsed since the
last service. The register can also be used to
generate a signal on the display to show when
service is needed (see the section ”Settings 1”
in the service manual).
LAST 5 ERROR CODES:
This displays the most recent error codes, and
tells which program was operating at the time
and during which hour (according to the ”total
run time” record) the error code was flagged.
NO. OF TIMES EACH PROGRAM USED:
Displays statistics for PCU programs and for
programs on any memory card currently in
place in the PCU.
EXIT
4040
EXIT
When you want to cancel the
display of statistics:
Press EXIT.
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Resetting statistic registers
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
If this menu is not currently
displayed:
Press a repeatedly.
MAKE YOUR CHOICE WITH
OR AND PRESS SELECT
WEIGHT, KG: 000,0
SELECT
3589
Press b to highlight ”GO
TO THE MENU”.
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
SELECT
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Statistics registers which can be reset to zero
The following registers in the statistics function can
be cleared (reset to zero):
• Total trip run time hours.
• Hours since last service.
• No. of times each program used (PCU
programs).
• No. of times each program used (programs on
any memory card currently in the PCU).
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MENU
MAKE A CHOICE:
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
SELECT
3693
Press b..four times....
The service program may only be
used by authorised personnel, because most safety interlocks are
disabled.
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
MANUAL MODE
SETTINGS 2
EXIT
... to highlight "SERVICE
PROGRAM".
SELECT
Press SELECT
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE:
SERVICE PROGRAM
CLEAR TRIP HOUR COUNTER
CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN CLS
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN SMC
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIB. OF LEVEL SENSOR
Now you can choose either
to clear/reset a register or
to adjust the weighing
equipment.
SELECT
4042 A
SELECT
Press b to highlight
the option you want, then
press SELECT.
If you want to exit:
Press b repeatedly until
EXIT is highlighted.
SERVICE PROGRAM
CLEAR TRIP HOUR COUNTER
CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN CLS
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN SMC
MEMORY CARD
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIB. OF LEVEL SENSOR
EXIT
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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Time counter, hours after last service
SERVICE MODE
MAKE A CHOICE:
Both counters can be reset in
the same way.
SERVICE PROGRAM
CLEAR TRIP HOUR COUNTER
CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN CLS
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN SMC
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIB. OF LEVEL SENSOR
EXIT
SELECT
4041 A
SELECT
CLEAR COUNTER
CLS
Press b so that CLEAR
TRIP HOUR COUNTER OR
CLEAR SERVICE
COUNTER will be marked.
Press SELECT.
First you have a chance to
change your mind.
ARE YOU SURE ?
PRESS SELECT ELSE PRESS ANY OTHER KEY
SELECT
4043 A
SELECT
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register:
Press any key other than
SELECT.
If you want to reset the register:
Press SELECT.
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45
Number of washes for program in timer or memory card
You can reset program in
both timer and the memory
card (if inserted).
SERVICE MODE
MAKE A CHOICE:
SERVICE PROGRAM
CLEAR TRIP HOUR COUNTER
CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN CLS
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN SMC
Press b so that CLEAR
WASH PROGRAM
COUNTER IN CLS or CLEAR
WASH PROGRAM
COUNTER IN SMC will be
marked.
SELECT
4044 A
SELECT
Press SELECT.
CLEAR COUNTER
CLS
FROM PROGRAM NUMBER:
0
TO PROGRAM NUMBER:
0
TO END: TO PROGRAM NUMBER = 0
EXIT
4045 A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Write from which program
number you want to clear
wash programs.
0
Press b.
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CLEAR COUNTER
CLS
FROM PROGRAM NUMBER:
1
TO PROGRAM NUMBER:
0
TO END: TO PROGRAM NUMBER = 0
EXIT
4046 A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Enter digits corresponding to
the program number
(inclusive) up to which you
wish to clear the total
counter.
0
ERASE
CLEAR COUNTER
CLS
ARE YOU SURE ?
PRESS SELECT ELSE PRESS ANY OTHER KEY
SELECT
4043 A
SELECT
Press ERASE.
First you have the chance to
change your mind.
If you do not want to reset
the register:
Press any key other than
SELECT.
If you do want to reset the
register:
Press SELECT.
Now the totals of the program
numbers you have specified
will be cleared.
If you wish to change any
numbers you have entered:
Press c if you want to
change the first number
entered. Enter the new
number.
If you change your mind:
Press a.
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For machines with weighing equipment installed only!
Scale
Scale adjustments
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE:
SERVICE PROGRAM
CLEAR COUNTER
CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER
CLEAR WASH COUNTER IN CLS
CLEAR WASH COUNTER IN MEMORY CARD
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
SELECT
4777 A
Press b repeatedly
until SCALE ADJUSTMENTS is highlighted.
SELECT
Press SELECT.
When you have finished:
Press b repeatedly
until EXIT is highlighted.
SERVICE PROGRAM
CLEAR COUNTER
CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER
CLEAR WASH COUNTER IN CLS
CLEAR WASH COUNTER IN MEMORY CARD
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
EXIT
SELECT
Press SELECT.
Scale adjustments
The following functions are accessed via the
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS menu:
Reset scale to zero (see section ”Reset scale to
zero”)
Used to make the weighing equipment display 0
when the machine has no load in it.
Reset tare to zero (see section ”Reset tare to
zero”)
Used to clear a stored tare parameter.
Tare scale (see section ”Tare scale”)
Used to reset the weighing equipment so that a
weight such as a container will not be included
when calculating net weight.
Set tare to a certain value (see section ”Set tare
to a certain value”)
Used to enter a value for the tare parameter, a
weight in hectograms.
Read tare value (see section ”Read tare value”)
Used to check the value currently stored as the
tare parameter.
Calibrate the scale (see section ”Calibrate the
scale”)
This function is used only on installation of a new
scale unit.
Zero calibration (see section ”Zero calibration”)
Used after installation of machine in order to put
scale to 0 or when it is not possible to make scale
to 0 with ”Reset scale to zero”.
Read version number (see section ”Read version
number”)
This is where you find the version number of the
weighing equipment.
If the weighing equipment is not connected, the
error message “WEIGHING EQUIPMENT NOT
CONNECTED” will be displayed. Connect the
weighing equipment and try again. If necessary,
see the section “Fault-finding, weighing
equipment” in the machine manual.
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For machines with weighing equipment installed only!
Reset scale to zero
Reset scale to zero
”Reset weighing equipment” is used to make the
weighing equipment display 0 when the machine
has no load in it.
If your attempt to reset the weighing equipment
fails at this point, you will see an error message
equivalent to: “FAILED. PRESS SELECT” on the
display. For troubleshooting, see the section
“Fault-finding, weighing equipment” in the
machine manual.
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE:
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
SELECT
4778
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
Check that ”RESET
SCALE TO ZERO” is
highlighted.
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
Please note:
The machine must be unladen when you use this
function, i.e. no water or wash load in the drum.
Do not lean towards the machine.
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
If it isn’t...
Press c or b as
required to highlight
”RESET SCALE TO
ZERO”.
SELECT
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
DONE!
PRESS SELECT
Press SELECT.
This screen shows that the
weighing equipment has
been reset to zero.
SELECT
4779
SELECT
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Please note:
After a power-cut, the weighing equipment will
always display 0, no matter what the actual load in
the drum. In this event you will have to use the
“Reset scale to zero” function.
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Reset tare to zero
Reset tare to zero
If your attempt to clear the tare parameter fails at this
point, you will see an error message equivalent to:
“FAILED. PRESS SELECT” on the display. For
troubleshooting, see the section “Fault-finding, weighing
equipment” in the machine manual.
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE:
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
SELECT
4780
Press b once to
highlight ”RESET TARE
TO ZERO”.
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
SELECT
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
RESET TARE TO ZERO
Press SELECT.
This screen shows that the
stored tare parameter has
been cleared.
DONE!
PRESS SELECT
SELECT
4781
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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Tare scale
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE:
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
SELECT
4782
Press b twice to
highlight ”TARE SCALE”.
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
SELECT
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
TARE SCALE
Press SELECT.
This screen shows that the
weighing equipment has
been tared successfully.
DONE!
PRESS SELECT
SELECT
4783
SELECT
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Press SELECT.
Tare scale
This function involves first loading the drum with,
for example, a container, then taring (resetting) the
weighing equipment so that the weight of the
container will not be included when calculating net
weight.
If your attempt to tare the weighing equipment fails
at this point, you will see an error message
equivalent to: “FAILED. PRESS SELECT” on the
display. For troubleshooting, see the section “Faultfinding, weighing equipment” in the machine
manual.
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Set tare to a certain value
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE:
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
SELECT
4784
Press b three times to
highlight ”SET TARE TO
A CERTAIN VALUE”
Set tare to a certain value
This function lets you enter a value for the tare
parameter, i.e. a weight value which the weighing
equipment will disregard when showing a net weight
on the display. The function will automatically clear
any earlier tare value when you enter a new one.
If your value is not entered successfully at this point,
you will see an error message equivalent to: “FAILED.
PRESS SELECT” on the display. For troubleshooting,
see the section “Fault-finding, weighing equipment” in
the machine manual.
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
SELECT
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
ENTER TARE IN HG AND
PRESS SELECT
SELECT
4785
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Use the numeric keys to
enter the tare you
require, unit:
hectograms; 1
hectogram = 0.1 kg).
0
SELECT
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
Press SELECT.
This screen shows that the
parameter has been
entered successfully.
DONE!
PRESS SELECT
SELECT
4786
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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Read tare value
Read tare value
This function lets you check the value currently stored
as the tare parameter.
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE:
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
SELECT
4787
Press b four times to
highlight ”READ TARE
VALUE”.
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
SELECT
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
READ TARE VALUE
10 HG
Press SELECT.
This screen shows the
stored tare parameter (unit:
hectograms (1 hectogram
= 0.1 kg).
SELECT
4788
SELECT
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Scale
Calibrate the scale
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Please note:
This function is used only on installation of a new
scale unit.
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE:
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
SELECT
4789
Press b five times to
highlight ”CALIBRATE
THE SCALE”.
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
Calibrate the scale
If this calibration has not succeeded you will see an
error message equivalent to: “FAILED. PRESS
SELECT” on the display. For troubleshooting, see
the section “Fault-finding, weighing equipment” in
the machine manual.
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
Please note:
The machine must be unladen at the start of
calibration, i.e. no water or wash load in the drum.
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
SELECT
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
PLEASE SET SCALE TO
CALIBRATION MODE
PRESS SELECT
FOR ZERO CALIBRATION
Set the calibration
switch to
calibration mode.
Calibration mode/normal mode
To gain access to the calibration switch in the
scale unit, the top panel has to be taken off.
Remove the four screws on the scale unit cover.
Then the calibration switch can be switched
between normal mode ”ON” and calibration mode
”CAL”.
SELECT
4790
ON (normal)
SELECT
CAL (calibration)
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
Calibration
switch
DONE!
PRESS SELECT
SELECT
Scale unit
4758 A
4791
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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For machines with weighing equipment installed only!
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
FILL DRUM WITH CALIBRATION WEIGHT
ENTER WEIGHT IN HG AND
PRESS SELECT
Put the calibration
weight in the drum.
SELECT
4792
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Use the numeric keys to
enter the calibration
weight in hg (1 hg =
0.1 kg).
0
SELECT
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
DONE!
PRESS SELECT
SELECT
4791
SELECT
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
Press SELECT.
Remove the calibration
weight.
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
REMOVE WEIGHT AND PRESS SELECT
SELECT
4793
SELECT
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
PRESS SELECT FOR ZERO CALIBRATION
SELECT
If you want to use the
”Calibrate zero” function
now:
4794
SELECT
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Calibration weight
A weight of between 20 kg and 40 kg should be used
as a calibration weight.
The higher the weight (within these limits), the better
the weighing accuracy of the machine.
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SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
DONE!
PRESS SELECT
SELECT
4791
SELECT
Press SELECT.
Calibration mode/normal mode
To gain access to the calibration switch in the
scale unit, the top panel has to be taken off.
Remove the four screws on the scale unit cover.
Then the calibration switch can be switched
between normal mode ”ON” and calibration mode
”CAL”.
ON (normal)
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
RESET SCALE FROM CALIBRATION
MODE AND PRESS SELECT
CAL (calibration)
Restore the
calibration switch to
normal mode.
SELECT
4795
SELECT
Press SELECT.
Calibration
switch
Scale unit
4758 A
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For machines with weighing equipment installed only!
Zero calibration
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE:
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
SELECT
4796
Press b six times to
highlight ”ZERO
CALIBRATION”.
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
Please note:
The machine must be unladen during this calibration,
i.e. no water or wash load in the drum.
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
SELECT
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
ZERO CALIBRATION
PRESS SELECT FOR
ZERO CALIBRATION
If you wish to calibrate zero
for the weighing
equipment:
SELECT
4797
SELECT
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
ZERO CALIBRATION
DONE!
PRESS SELECT
SELECT
This screen shows you
have calibrated zero.
4798
SELECT
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Zero calibration
Used after installation of machine in order to put scale
to 0 or when it is not possible to make scale to 0 with
”Reset scale to zero”.
If this calibration has not succeeded you will see an
error message equivalent to: “FAILED. PRESS
SELECT” on the display.
For troubleshooting, see the section “Fault-finding,
weighing equipment” in the machine manual.
Press SELECT.
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Read version number
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE:
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
SELECT
4799
Press b seven times to
highlight ”READ
VERSION NUMBER”.
Read version number
In the event of a fault in the weighing equipment
(which cannot be put right with the aid of the section
“Fault-finding, weighing equipment” in the machine
manual), make a note of the version number
accessed via this function before you contact the
supplier’s service department.
RESET SCALE TO ZERO
RESET TARE TO ZERO
TARE SCALE
SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE
READ TARE VALUE
CALIBRATE THE SCALE
ZERO CALIBRATION
READ VERSION NUMBER
EXIT
SELECT
Press SELECT.
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
READ VERSION NUMBER
STATHMOS AB 3050 REV 00521
The screen shows the
version number.
SELECT
4800
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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Memory card
General introduction
A memory card is a plastic card, the size of a credit card, with an
electronic memory chip inside it. This memory card is capable of
storing 10 to 15 wash programs of normal size. If the programs are
mostly small ones, more of them can be stored, whereas larger
programs will reduce the number which can be held by the memory
card. Memory card of this type, open card, can be used to:
• transfer wash programs from one machine to another
3605
Memory chip
• run wash programs straight from the memory card
• transfer wash programs from a PC to a memory card and from a
memory card to a PC (these procedures, and how to write a
wash program on a PC, are described elsewhere)
A program stored on a memory card may be given restricted-use
status. Locked card means that:
• The program cannot be deleted or copied to the program control
unit of a washer extractor.
• You cannot alter the program or inspect the way it is written.
• To run the program you have to have the memory card and to
insert it into the program control unit when the program is to be
started.
Open card
The content of the open card can be downloaded into a machine.
The content in a machine can be uploaded to a card. The content
can also be downloaded to several machines.
Locked card
The content can not be changed and can not be downloaded to a
machine. At operation, the card has to be inserted into the card
reader. Program can not be uploaded to the card. Erasing the card
is possible.
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To select the ”Memory card” function
Memory
chip
Turn the memory card so
its memory chip is at the
far end, and on the left of
the card...
3606
Card reader
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
...then insert the memory
card into the program
control unit.
0
4115
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
If this menu is not currently
displayed:
Press a repeatedly.
MAKE YOUR CHOICE WITH
OR AND PRESS SELECT
WEIGHT, KG: 000,0
SELECT
3589
Press b to highlight ”GO
TO THE MENU”.
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
OPTIONS MENU
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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MENU
MAKE A CHOICE:
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
SELECT
3596
Press b three times...
WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY
PROGRAMMING MODE
SETTINGS 1
...to highlight ”MEMORY
CARD”.
MEMORY CARD
SERVICE MODE
STATISTICS
MANUAL MODE
SETTINGS 2
EXIT
SELECT
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Press SELECT.
Memory card
MEMORY CARD
EXECUTE WASH PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
SELECT
3597 A
Select the function required
using the cursor keys.
EXECUTE WASH PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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"The ”Memory card” functions
Run wash program straight from memory card
(see section "To run a wash program straight
from a memory card")
A wash program can be run from the memory
card, without first being copied to the washer
extractor. The memory card may be removed
from the card reader after the program has
started.
Programs on memory cards may have
”restricted-use” status, which means that they
can only be run straight from the memory card,
not copied or modified.
Copy program from memory card to CLS
(see section "To copy a program from a
memory card to the machine´s program control
unit")
One or more wash programs can be copied from
the memory card to the memory chip in the
machine’s program control unit. Note that
programs on the memory card with ”restricteduse” status cannot be copied to the machine
memory chip.
Copy program from CLS to memory card
(see section "To copy a program from the
program control unit to a memory card")
One or more wash programs can be copied from
the memory chip in the machine’s program
control unit to the memory card. The memory
card can hold 10 to 15 wash programs of normal
size.
Delete program on memory card (see section
"To delete a program on a memory card")
Clear memory card (see section "To delete all
programs on a memory card")
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To run a wash program straight from a memory card
MEMORY CARD
EXECUTE WASHPROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
SELECT
3598 A
EXECUTE WASHPROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
SELECT
To access this menu, follow
the instructions in section "To
select the "Memory card"
function".
Highlight ”EXECUTE WASH
PROGRAM FROM MEMORY
CARD” (press c if
necessary).
To run a program from the memory card
In broad terms, the program control unit has two
different memories. One is a ”program memory”
where all its wash programs are stored, the other is
an ”operating memory”, which is used to hold the
program currently in use. The program control unit
takes the instructions it needs to run the program
from the operating memory.
When a wash program is started, the correct
program is retrieved from the program memory and
copied into the operating memory.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press SELECT.
0
3617
1
2
3
991
992
993
994
995
Program memory program control unit
MEMORY CARD
EXECUTE WASH PROGRAM FROM MEMORY
CARD
PR.NO.
NAME
991
NORMAL 95°C STD
992
NORMAL 60°C STD
993
NORMAL 40°C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95°C
995
INTENSIVE 60°C
996
PER. PRESS 60°C
SELECT
If necessary, use b to...
NORMAL 95°C STD
992
NORMAL 60°C STD
993
NORMAL 40°C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95°C
995
INTENSIVE 60°C
996
PER.PRESS 60°C
... highlight the wash
program required.
SELECT
NORMAL 95°C STD
992
NORMAL 60°C STD
993
NORMAL 40°C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95°C
995
INTENSEIVE 60°C
996
PERM. PRESS 60°C
997
PERM. PRESS 40°C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1 MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
Operating memory program control unit
3607
991
991
997
PERM. PRESS 40°C
996
997
998
999
MY OWN 40 °C
MY OWN 60 °C
MY OWN 90 °C
Start-up program
Level check
Weight check
Temperature check
Low extraction 500 rpm
1 minute
Low extraction 500 rpm
5 minutes
Extraction 775 rpm 2 minutes
(15s 550)
Extraction 950 rpm 4 minutes
(15s 550 + 15s 775)
High extraction 1100 rpm
5 minutes (15 + 15 + 20s 950)
Program currently being
used
A parallel process takes place when a program is
started from a memory card. In other words, the
program is copied from the memory card into the
operating memory, and the machine runs the
program entirely from the set of instructions in the
operating memory.
Press SELECT.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
3618
Program memory card
RUN A WASH PROGRAM
PROGRAM NUMBER AND START DELAY SELECTED:
994
00:00
Program name
INTENSIVE 95 °C
TEXT
START
MY OWN 40 °C
2
MY OWN 60 °C
3
MY OWN 90 °C
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
5
MY OWN INTENSIVE
Program memory program control unit
991
NORMAL 95°C STD
992
NORMAL 60°C STD
993
NORMAL 40°C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95°
995
INTENSIVE 60°C
996
PERM.PRESS 60°C
997
PERM.PRESS 40°C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1 MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
Operating memory program control unit
3608
4
TEXT
START
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If you want to see the
description of the program
(where available):
Press TEXT.
To start the program:
Press START.
Once the program has
started, the memory card may
be removed from the card
reader.
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
That is why you may remove the memory card from
the card reader once the program has started.
Once the program has ended it is erased from the
operating memory.
Memory card
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To copy a program from a memory card to the machine’s program control unit
MEMORY CARD
EXECUTE WASHPROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
SELECT
3609 A
EXECUTE WASHPROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
SELECT
To access this menu, follow
the instructions in section "To
select the "Memory card"
function".
Note that restricted-use
programs on a memory card
cannot be copied.
Highlight ”COPY
PROGRAM FROM MEMORY
CARD TO CLS” (press b
or c if necessary).
Press SELECT.
What is a restricted-use program?
A wash program which has been created on a PC
can be made a ”restricted-use” program. This
means that:
• The program cannot be deleted or copied to the
program memory of a washer extractor.
• You cannot modify the program or examine its
structure.
• To run the program you must have access to the
memory card, and insert it into the card reader
when the program is to be started.
What happens when a program is copied?
Both the memory card and the program control unit
have memory chips capable of storing wash
programs. The chip on the card can hold about 10
to 15 programs of normal size, while the chip in the
program control unit has a capacity of several
hundred programs.
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
1
2
3
PR.NO.
1
2
3
4
5
4
5
6
7
8
NAME
MY OWN 40 °C
MY OWN 60 °C
MY OWN 90 °C
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
MY OWN INTENSIVE
3614
SELECT
3610 A
Program memory card
If necessary, use b to...
1
MY OWN 40 °C
2
MY OWN 60 °C
... highlight the wash
program required.
3
MY OWN 90 °C
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
5
MY OWN INTENSIVE
SELECT
9
0
Press SELECT.
1
MY OWN 40 °C
2
MY OWN 60 °C
3
MY OWN 90 °C
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
5
MY OWN INTENSIVE
Program memory program control unit
991
NORMAL 95°C STD
992
NORMAL 60°C STD
993
NORMAL 40°C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95°
995
INTENSIVE 60°C
996
PERM.PRESS 60°C
997
PERM.PRESS 40°C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1 MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
When a program is copied from a memory card to
the machine’s program control unit, it is copied, not
moved (not deleted from the card). A copy is
transferred from the chip on the memory card to the
storage chip of the machine program control unit.
Program memory card
1
MY OWN 40 °C
2
MY OWN 60 °C
3
MY OWN 90 °C
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
5
MY OWN INTENSIVE
Program memory program control unit
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
991
NORMAL 95°C STD
992
NORMAL 60°C STD
993
NORMAL 40°C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95°
995
INTENSIVE 60°C
996
PERM.PRESS 60°C
997
PERM.PRESS 40°C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1 MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
3615
The program remains on the memory card, but
another copy of it has now been stored in the
program control unit.
Program memory card
Program memory program control unit
1
MY OWN 40 °C
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
2
MY OWN 60 °C
991
NORMAL 95°C STD
3
MY OWN 90 °C
992
NORMAL 60°C STD
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
993
NORMAL 40°C STD
MY OWN INTENSIVE
994
INTENSIVE 95°
5
995
INTENSIVE 60°C
996
PERM.PRESS 60°C
997
PERM.PRESS 40°C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1 MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
3616
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MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
NOW YOU CAN CHANGE NUMBER.
123
JUST PRESS SELECT IF NUMBER IS OK
SELECT
3611 A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SELECT
Choose 1 or 2:
1 If you want to give the
program a different
program number (from the
one it had on the memory
card):
Use the numeric keys to
enter the new program
number, then press
SELECT.
2 If the existing number is
suitable:
Press SELECT.
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
NOW YOU CAN CHANGE NUMBER
00
PROG. NUMBER EXIST! OVERWRITE?
PRESS SELECT OR ANY OTHER KEY
If the number you have
choosen is already used:
SELECT
4114 A
1
2
3
1 Select another number.
4
5
6
Enter the new number
and press SELECT.
7
8
9
0
SELECT
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number.
Press SELECT.
Memory card
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
PROGRAM LOADED
PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE...
3612 A
EXECUTE WASHPROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
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After the program has been
copied (it takes only a few
seconds) the menu will look
like this:
If you want to copy more
programs:
Press any key to continue.
When you have finished:
Press b repeatedly
tohighlight "EXIT".
4210 A
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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To copy a program from the program control unit to a memory card
What happens when a program is copied?
Both the memory card and the program control unit
have memory chips capable of storing wash
programs. The chip on the memory card can hold
about 10 to 15 programs of normal size, while the
chip in the program control unit has a capacity of
several hundred programs.
MEMORY CARD
EXECUTE WASHPROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
SELECT
3619 A
Highlight ”COPY
PROGRAM FROM CLS TO
MEMORY CARD” (press
b or c if necessary).
Press SELECT.
NAME
NORMAL 95 °C STD
NORMAL 60 °C STD
NORMAL 40 °C STD
INTENSIVE 95 °C
INTENSIVE 60 °C
PER. PRESS 60 °C
1
MY OWN 40 °C
2
MY OWN 60 °C
3
MY OWN 90 °C
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
5
MY OWN INTENSIVE
SELECT
Program memory card
3620
If necessary, use b to...
991
NORMAL 95 °C STD
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
993
NORMAL 40 °C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95 °C
995
INTENSIVE 60 °C
996
PERM. PRESS 60 °C
997
LOW EXTRACT 1 MIN
998
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
SELECT
6
7
8
9
Program memory program control unit
991
NORMAL 95°C STD
992
NORMAL 60°C STD
993
NORMAL 40°C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95°
995
INTENSIVE 60°C
996
PERM.PRESS 60°C
997
PERM.PRESS 40°C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1 MIN
999
HIGH EXTRACT 5 MIN
When a program is copied from the machine’s
program control unit to a memory card, it is copied,
not moved (not deleted from the machine). A copy
is transferred from the storage chip of the machine
program control unit to the chip on the card.
COPY PROGRAM FROM PCS TO MEMORY CARD
PR.NO.
991
992
993
994
995
996
3
5
3614
Program memory card
MEMORY CARD
2
4
0
EXECUTE WASHPROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
SELECT
1
... highlight the wash
program required.
1
MY OWN 40 °C
2
MY OWN 60 °C
3
MY OWN 90 °C
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
5
MY OWN INTENSIVE
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
Program memory program control unit
991
NORMAL 95°C STD
992
NORMAL 60°C STD
993
NORMAL 40°C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95°
995
INTENSIVE 60°C
996
PERM.PRESS 60°C
997
PERM.PRESS 40°C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1 MIN
999
LOW EXTRACT 5 MIN
3621
The program remains in the program control unit,
but another copy of it has now been stored on the
card.
Program memory card
Press SELECT.
1
MY OWN 40 °C
2
MY OWN 60 °C
3
MY OWN 90 °C
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
5
MY OWN INTENSIVE
992
NORMAL 60 °C STD
Program memory program control unit
991
992
NORMAL 95°C STD
NORMAL 60°C STD
993
NORMAL 40°C STD
994
INTENSIVE 95°
995
INTENSIVE 60°C
996
PERM.PRESS 60°C
997
PERM.PRESS 40°C
998
LOW EXTRACT 1 MIN
999
LOW EXTRACT 5 MIN
3622
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MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD
NOW YOU CAN CHANGE NUMBER.
998
JUST PRESS SELECT IF NUMBER IS OK
SELECT
3623 A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SELECT
Choose 1 or 2:
1 If you want to give the
program a different
program number (from the
one it had on the
machine):
Use the numeric keys to
enter the new program
number, then press
SELECT.
2 If the existing number is
suitable:
Press SELECT.
MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
NOW YOU CAN CHANGE NUMBER
00
PROG. NUMBER EXIST! OVERWRITE?
PRESS SELECT OR ANY OTHER KEY
If the number you have
choosen is already used:
SELECT
4114 A
1
2
3
1 Select another number.
4
5
6
Enter the new number
and press SELECT.
7
8
9
0
2 Erase the old program
number.
Press SELECT.
SELECT
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MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
PROGRAM LOADED
PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE...
3612 A
EXECUTE WASHPROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
4210 A
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SELECT
After the program has been
copied (it takes only a few
seconds) the menu will look
like this:
If you want to copy more
programs:
Press any key to continue.
When you have finished:
Press b repeatedly to
highlight "EXIT".
Press SELECT.
Memory card
To delete a program on a memory card
MEMORY CARD
EXECUTE WASH PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
SELECT
3625 A
To access this menu, follow
the instructions in section "To
select the "Memory card"
function
Note that restricted-use
programs on a memory card
cannot be deleted.
Highlight ”DELETE
PROGRAM IN MEMORY
CARD” (press c or b if
necessary).
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What is a restricted-use program?
A wash program which has been created on a PC
can be made a ”restricted-use” program. This
means that:
• The program cannot be deleted or copied to the
program memory of a washer extractor.
• You cannot modify the program or examine its
structure.
• To run the program you must have access to the
memory card, and insert it into the card reader
when the program is to be started.
EXECUTE WASHPROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
SELECT
Press SELECT.
MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
PR.NO.
1
2
3
4
5
NAME
MY OWN 40°C
MY OWN 60 °C
MY OWN 90 °C
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
MY OWN INTENSIVE
SELECT
3626
If necessary, use b to...
1
MY OWN 40 °C
2
MY OWN 60 °C
3
MY OWN 90 °C
4
MY OWN WOOL 30 °C
5
MY OWN INTENSIVE
SELECT
.... highlight the wash
program required.
Press SELECT.
The program will now be
deleted from the memory
card. This takes between 5
and 15 seconds.
If you want to delete more
programs:
Continue in the same way
as described above.
EXECUTE WASHPROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
When you have finished:
Press b repeatedly to
highlight "EXIT".
4210 A
SELECT
Press SELECT.
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To delete all programs on a memory card
MEMORY CARD
EXECUTE WASH PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
SELECT
4519 A
Note that restricted-use
programs on a memory card
cannot be copied or deleted.
Highlight ”CLEAR
MEMORY CARD” (press
b or c if necessary).
EXECUTE WASHPROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD
COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS
COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD
DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
EXIT
SELECT
MEMORY CARD
CLEAR MEMORY CARD
THIS WILL CLEAR ALL PROGRAMS !!
TO CONTINUE PRESS SELECT.
ELSE PRESS ANY OTHER KEY.
SELECT
3629
SELECT
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Press SELECT.
If you change your mind and
do not want to delete the
entire memory card:
Press any key other than
SELECT.
If you want to delete all
programs on the memory
card (with the exception of
any restricted-use programs):
Press SELECT.
What is a restricted-use program?
A wash program which has been created on a PC
can be made a ”restricted-use” program. This means
that:
• The program cannot be deleted or copied to the
program memory of a washer extractor.
• You cannot modify the program or examine its
structure.
• To run the program you must have access to the
memory card, and insert it into the card reader
when the program is to be started.
Maintenance
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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.
Machine with scale
• Check that panels are mounted.
• Check that no foreign objects are placed on the machine.
• Check that inlet and drain hoses are hanging freely.
• Check 0-weight.
Every month
• Check that valves, hoses and connections do not leak.
• Remove any textile lint from the drain opening, joints in drain pipes etc.
• Check the door locking relay.
– Select program 991 (”Start-up program”). When level is reached,
press the emergency stop button. The door lock relay shall open
when the water level has drained close to the bottom surface of the
inner drum.
Reset the emergency stop button and switch power off and on to
reset the error message. Note, the door lock relay must not open
immediately.
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Calibration of level control system
The level control system can be individually and manually calibrated. The
calibration starts at the level at the bottom of the inner drum. The calibration
can be made up to 250 mm from the bottom of the inner drum.
A ruler is supplied with the machine where the water level above the inner
drum can be read.
1
CLS 7.jpg
• Place the ruler on the bottom of the inner drum, equally between two lifters
and front and rear gables. Rotate the drum so that the ruler is totally vertical
and assure that the three pins of the ruler fit in the holes of the inner drum.
Fig.
1
• Push the scale to the bottom of the drum and tighten the nuts.
2
IMG 0012.jpg
Fig.
2
• Close the door.
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• The ruler has two different scales, one in mm and one in RU units
(exactly 2 mm/RU units).
The calibration shall be made in at least five level steps, and the first
step when the water just enters the inner drum. More calibration steps
can be made if requested.
- Go down to "Options menu"
- Press "Select"
- Go down to "Service mode"
- Press "Select".
Fig.
3
3
CLS 4.jpg
CLS 6.jpg
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4
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE:
CLEAR TRIP HOUR COUNTER
CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN CLS
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN SMC
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIB. OF LEVEL SENSOR
EXIT
SELECT
Fig.
4
• "Service Mode" menu is now shown on the display.
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• Close the door.
• Go down to "Calibration of level sensor"
• Press "Select"
5
LEVEL CALIBRATION
FILL WATER TO
DESIRED LEVEL
LEVEL:
0 SCU
OK
Fig.
5
OPEN
• Press "Open" to fill water until the water reaches the botton of the inner drum
where the ruler is placed.
• Press "OK"
• Enter the value read on the ruler in RU units (The first setting is 0=level in
drum.
• Press "OK"
• Press "Open" to fill more water.
• Press "OK"
• Enter the value read on the ruler in RU units. (If wrong value is entered,
press "CLR". Enter new value.
• Press "OK"
• Enter another three values so that it will be five different totally.
• When all values have been entered, press "Save"
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6
LEVEL CALIBRATION
OLD CALIBRATION
WILL BE OWERWRITTEN
ARE YOU SURE?
PRESS OK ELSE PRESS ANY OTHER KEY
OK
Fig.
6
• Press "OK"
• Go down to "Exit"
• Press "Select"
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Zero adjustment of the scale (weight function)
The scale itself is calibrated from factory and no adjustment should be
necessary unless some scale parts need to be changed. However a zero
adjustment needs to be done as the total weight of the machine needs to be
programmed into the scale.
Be sure that the water and drain hoses are in place and properly mounted.
Be sure that all panels are mounted and the cover over the power
connection is placed on top of the machine.
• Enter the "service mode" as in level calibration.
• In "service mode" go to "scale adjustment"
• Press "Select"
• Go down to "Zero calibration"
• Press "Select"
• Press "Select" (Be sure that there are no extra weight on the machine.
And don´t lean on the machine).
• When display text "Reset scale from calibration…" appears, press
"Select"
• Go down to "Exit"
• Press "Select"
• Go back to main menu.
The zero adjustment is now done and the weight of the emty machine
should now be red on the display as 0.0 kg (a difference of ±0.1 kg is
allowed). If an other value is shown in the display , the zero adjustment has
to be done again from the start.
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Checklist for calibration of Wascator FOM 71 CLS
Some of the checkpoints results in exposure to dangerous line voltages or
rotating parts and must be carried out only by authorized personnel.
This approval inspection shall be performed at least once a year. All measurement
equipment shall be of laboratory type (see list below) with identification labels and
checked not more than 12 months prior the testing.
For calibration procedures see list below and the manual following the machine.
Follow the instructions and report all values in attached xxxx enclosed to this
instruction.
A reference machine passing all the calibration checks will conform with the
specification given in IEC 456.
Measurement equipment needed:
Water level
Multimeter
Speedo meter, digital tachometer
Temperature instrument
Time watch
Weights
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Checks to be made
1. Heating element power ***WARNING***
Remove the front panel and measure the cold resistance of the heating
elements. The elements shall be at ambient temperature and the machine
should not have been run for at least 5 hours.
Resistance at 20° shall be:
Rated voltage according to
data label attached on machine
Resistance
400/230 volts
28.5 - 29.7 ohms
415/240 volts
30.9 - 32.2 ohms
2. Visual heating element inspection ***WARNING***
Remove one of the heating elements and visually inspect for and build up of
lint, limestone, etc. which can cause reduced heater efficiency.
3. Line voltage ***WARNING***
Measure the rated voltage between L1 - L2 - L3 on the incoming mains to the
machine.
4. Leveling of the machine
The machine must be installed on a flat horizontal surface. Check that the top
of the machine is horizontal. Measure with a water-level. Deviation from
horizontal at any top panel corner must not exceed 5 mm.
5. Drain installation
Check drain installation, minimum drain diameter 50 mm. A drain with a 150
mm free vertical flow is recommended but not compulsory.
6. Water supply
Check of water supply pressure and supply filling rate. Supply pressure shall
be between 200 - 600 kPa (2-6 bar). Measure the supply time using the
”weight check” program:
FOM 71 CLS
Program 993 (18 kgs)
The machines shall be without load.
Supply time to 18 kgs shall be 60 - 75 seconds.
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7. Leakage at drain and inlet valve
Check for leakage at drain and inlet valves.
Run weight check program (see 6).
Weight 18 kgs. Pause the machine for 15 minutes.
After 15 minutes the weight shall not be changed.
Reading tolerances ± 1 mm.
8. Calibration of the internal level scale
Calibrate the level control according to Operating manual.
9. Water level
Water level adjustments and checks.
Use level check programs. The machine shall be without load and not rotating.
Run the level check program 992. The program fills repeatedly to 100, 130,
160 and 200 mm. Read water level at each stop on the internal ruler. Max.
deviation ± 5 mm.
10. Weight check
Zero calibrate the machine according to Operating manual. The machine shall
be at stand still. Place a calibrated weight of 10 kgs on the top of the machine.
Read the scale output. Repeat with an additional 10 kgs. Read the output.
Displayed weight shall be with in ± 0.1 kg from the calibrated weights.
11. Drain time
Use level check program 992. Fill to 160 mm. Drain the water. Measure the
drain time until full flow is reduced. Max. allowable time 30 seconds.
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12. Temperature control
Use temperature control program 994. Put a temperature probe through the
upper door gasket into the bath or use the laboratory temperature
measurement system (must be calibrated separately in advance). Read the
temperatures at 25°, 40°, 60° and 80° on the machine display and on the
measurement instruments.
Max. deviation ± 1°C.
13. Drum speed at wash. ***WARNING***
Remove the back panel. Run program 991.
The wash speed shall be measured with a speedo meter (reflector type).
The reflector shall be placed on the big pulley. Wash speed shall be measured
at nominal voltage and with a load of 5 kg of cotton as load.
Speed variation allowable in both directions: 52 ± 1 RPM.
14. Extraction speed ***WARNING***
Proceed as in 13, but rapid advance to last drain after wetting the load and
measure the extraction speed with a well balanced load of wet cotton (dry
weight 5 kg) after reaching set speed 500 rpm.
Extraction speed shall be within 500 ± 20 RPM.
15. Recording of complete program (not compulsory)
Record using the laboratory recording equipment the complete IEC 60° cotton
program. For best calibration accuracy use no load.
Parameters to be recorded as a function of time:
Temperature
Amount of water
Speed
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Door opening for test sample Wascator FOM71 CLS
Open door during wash cycle
It is possible to open the door during a wash cycle in order to take out test
samples.
But to be able to do so some criteria have to be fullfilled.
• The water level in the machine may not exceed 38 RU when the door is
opened.
• The water temp may not exceed 60°C.
Two different pauses are approved for door opening during wash cycle.
• Programmed pause – the pause is programmed in the wash cycle.
• Select ”PAUSE” by clicking down in the menu.
438 9163-01/05
CALIBRATION PROTOCOL
Wascator FOM 71CLS
Document number: .......................................................................................... Page: 1(3)
Machine location: .............................................................................................................
Calibration made by: .......................................................................................................
Date: ................................
Previous calibration date: .......................................
Signature: ..........................................................................................................................
Machine data:
Measurement equipment:
Wascator FOM 71CLS ....
....................................................................................
Type .................................
....................................................................................
Ser. No. ............................
/
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Hz
Voltage ............................
V
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Instructions:
Instructions how to calibrate the Wascator FOM 71CLS are given in document: Calibration of
reference Wascator FOM 71CLS. All instruments and measurements devices needed for the
calibration shall confirm with instructions given in above document.
Report summary:
Document number:
page 2 (3)
Mandatory Measured After
adjust
1. Heating element power
R1 ohm
230V: 28.5-29.7, 240V: 30.9-32.2 ohm
R2 ohm
R3 ohm
2. Visual heating element inspection.
Visual
3. Line voltage.
L1-L2
OK
L1-L3
L2-L3
4. Levelling of the machine.
lf-lr
< 5 mm
rf-rr
< 5 mm
lf-rf
< 5 mm
lr-rr
< 5 mm
5. Drain installation.
d (mm)
> 50 mm
6. Water supply.
P (bar)
2-6 bar
Filltime
60-75 sec
7. Leakage at drain and inlet valve.
Leakage
0 ± 1 mm
8. Calibration of water level scale.
Level
0-200 mm
Document number:
page 3 (3)
Mandatory Measured After
adjust
9. Water level.
130±5 mm
Linearity 100, 130, 160 and 200 mm.
160±5 mm
200±5 mm
10. Weight check
1.
10 kg ± 0.1
10±0.1 kg
2.
20 kg ± 0.1
20±0.1 kg
11. Drain time.
Drain time < 30 sec
12. Temperature control.
Tol±1°C
25°C
40°C
60°C
80°C
13. Drum speed at wash.
5 Kg of load, set speed 52 rpm
14. Extraction speed.
5 Kg of load, set speed 500 rpm
15. Recording of complete program.
(Not compulsory)
CW
52±1 rpm
CCW
52±1 rpm
n(rpm)
480-520 rpm
Washer extractors, Tumble dryers, Hydro extractors
Types: W.55H., W3..., WN3..., W4.H., EXSM.X., H1..., N1130.., N1190.., N2..., N3..., N4..., N5...
Product standards:EN 60335-2-4, -7, -11
EMF standards:
EN 50366:2003 + A1
EMC standards:
EN 61000-6-1 (2001) W.55H., W3..., W4.H., N1130, N1190, N2..., N3...
EN 61000-6-3 (2001) W.55H., W3..., WN3..., W4.H., EXSM.X., N1130, N1190, N2..., N3...
A11 (2003) WN3..., N5...
EN 61000-3-11 (2001) EXSM.X.
EN 61000-6-2 (2005) WN3..., N4..., N5...
EN 61000-6-3 (2007) N4...
Försäkran om överensstämmelse
EF-samsvarserklæring
Vi,
Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB
SE-341 80 Ljungby, Sverige
försäkrar under eget ansvar att denna produkt, med typbeteckning och enl. ovan, är tillverkad i
överensstämmelse med följande direktiv:
• LVD Directive 2006/95/EC
• EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
• GAS Directive 2009/142/EC (gäller endast N'''''' och WN3...)
• CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC
• RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
• WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
• MD Directive 2006/42/EC
Vi,
Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB
SE-341 80 Ljungby, Sverige,
erklærer på eget ansvar at dette produktet, med typebetegnelse og produksjonsnummer som
angitt nedenfor, er produsert i samsvar med bestemmelsene i følgende direktiver:
• LVD Directive 2006/95/EC
• EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
• GAS Directive 2009/142/EC (gjelder bare N'''''' og WN3... )
• CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC
• RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
• WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
• MD Directive 2006/42/EC
CE Declaration of conformity
EG-Conformiteitsverklaring
We,
Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB
SE-341 80 Ljungby, Sweden
declare under our sole responsibility that the product of the type stated above is manufactured in
conformity with the following EU directives:
Wij,
Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB
SE-341 80 Ljungby, Zweden
verklaren hierbij op eigen verantwoordelijkheid dat het produkt van het type en met het serienummer zoals hieronder vermeld, is vervaardigd conform de volgende normen:
• LVD Directive 2006/95/EC
• EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
• GAS Directive 2009/142/EC (alleen N'''''' en WN3...)
• CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC
• RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
• WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
• MD Directive 2006/42/EC
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•
•
LVD Directive 2006/95/EC
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
GAS Directive 2009/142/EC (N''''''... and WN3... only)
CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC
RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
MD Directive 2006/42/EC
EG-Konformitätserklärung
Wir, die, Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB
SE-341 80 Ljungby, Schweden
erklären hiermit in alleiniger Verantwortung, daß das Produkt mit der oben genannten Typenbezeichnung mit folgenden EU-Richtlinien übereinstimmt:
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•
LVD Directive 2006/95/EC
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
GAS Directive 2009/142/EC (Nur N'''''' und WN3...)
CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC
RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
MD Directive 2006/42/EC
Déclaration de conformité CE Nous,
Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB
SE-341 80 Ljungby, Suède
déclarons sous notre seule et unique responsabilité que le produit des type et numéro de série
indiqués ci-dessus est fabriqué conformément aux directives UE suivantes:
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•
LVD Directive 2006/95/EC
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
GAS Directive 2009/142/EC (N'''''' et WN3... uniquement)
CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC
RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
MD Directive 2006/42/EC
Declaración de conformidad CE
Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB
con sede en SE-341 80 Ljungby, Suecia
declara bajo su exclusiva responsabilidad que el producto cuyo tipo se especifica en el
encabezado se ha fabricado conforme a las siguientes directivas:
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•
•
LVD Directive 2006/95/EC
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
GAS Directive 2009/142/EC (vale sólo N'''''' y WN3)
CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
MD Directive 2006/42/EC
Erklæring om EU-overensstemmelse
Vi
Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB
SE-341 80 Ljungby, Sverige
erklærer på eget ansvar, at produktet med typebetegnelse som angivet er fremstillet i overens­
stemmelse med følgende EU-direktiver:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
LVD Directive 2006/95/EC
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
GAS Directive 2009/142/EC (gælder kun N'''''' og WN3...)
CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC
RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
MD Directive 2006/42/EC
Dichiarazione CE di conformità
Noi
Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB
SE-341 80 Ljungby, Svezia
dichiariamo sotto la nostra esclusiva responsabilità che il prodotto del tipo specificato sopra è
conforme alle seguenti direttive [UE]:
• LVD Directive 2006/95/EC
• EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
• GAS Directive 2009/142/EC (solo N'''''' e WN3...)
• CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC
• RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
• WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
• MD Directive 2006/42/EC
Declaração CE de conformidade
Nós,
Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB
SE-341 80 Ljungby, Suécia
declaramos sob nossa inteira responsabilidade que o produto com os números de série e de tipo
abaixo indicados é fabricado em conformidade com as seguintes directivas [UE]:
• LVD Directive 2006/95/EC
• EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
• GAS Directive 2009/142/EC (apenas N'''''' e WN3...)
• CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC
• RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
• WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
• MD Directive 2006/42/EC
ΔΗΛΩΣΗ ΠΙΣΤΟΤΗΤΑΣ ΕΚ
H
Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB
SE-341 80 Ljungby, Σουηδία
δηλώνει με αποκλειστική της ευθύνη ότι το προϊόν του ανωτέρω αναφερόμενου τύπου
κατασκευάζεται σύμφωνα με τις ακόλουθες οδηγίες της Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης:
• LVD Directive 2006/95/EC
• EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
• GAS Directive 2009/142/EC (N'''''' και WN3... μόνο)
• CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC
• RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
• WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
• MD Directive 2006/42/EC
CE megfelelöségi nyilatkozat
Mi, az
Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB
SE-341 8 Ljungby, Svédország
felelöségünk teljes tudatában kijelentjük, hogy az alább megadott típusú termék gyártása a
következö EU-irányelvekkel összhangban történik:
• LVD Directive 2006/95/EC
• EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
• GAS Directive 2009/142/EC (csak az N'''''' és WN3... esetén)
• CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC
• RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
• WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
• MD Directive 2006/42/EC
Ljungby 2010.08.16
EY-Vaatimustenmukaisuusvakuutus
Me
Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB
SE-341 80 Ljungby, Ruotsi
vakuutamme yksinomaan omalla vastuullamme, että tuote, jonka tyyppitunnus lukee yllä, on valmistettu seuraavien [EU]-direktiivien mukaisesti:
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•
•
•
LVD Directive 2006/95/EC
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
GAS Directive 2009/142/EC (vain N'''''' ja WN3...)
CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC
RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
MD Directive 2006/42/EC
Franco Panno
Vice President Technical Operations
471 1531-43/21
Page 1/2
Translation table for model name to type of approval
Commercial name
Type
W455H
W.55H.
W465H
W3...
W475H
W3...
W4105H
W3...
W4130H
W3...
W4180H
W3...
W4240H
W3...
W4300H
W3...
FOM71 CLS
W3...
WB4130H
W3...
WB4180H
W3...
PW9
W3...
W475S
W3...
W485S
W3...
W4105S
W3...
W4130S
W3...
W4180S
W3...
W4250S
W3...
W4330S
W3...
W475N
W3...
W485N
W3...
W4105N
W3...
W4130N
W3...
W4180N
W3...
W4250N
W3...
W4330N
W3...
WD4130H
WN3...
WD4240H
WN3...
W4400H
W4.H.
W4600H
W4.H.
W4850H
W4.H.
W41100H
W4.H.
W4280X
EXSM.X.
W4350X
EXSM.X.
W4600X
EXSM.X.
C240
H1...
C260
H1...
C240R
H1...
C260R
H1...
C290R
H1...
T4130
N1130..
T4190
N1190..
PD9
N1190..
T4250
N2...
T4350
N2...
T4300S
N3...
T4290
N4...
T4530
N4...
T4650
N4...
T4900
N4...
T41200
N4...
T4900CR
N4...
T41200CR
N4...
T4300LE
N5...
Ljungby 2010.08.16
Franco Panno
Vice President Technical Operations
471 1531-43/21
Page 2/2
Skrotning av maskin
När maskinen inte längre skall användas måste den lämnas till en återvinningsstation för destruktion. Många detaljer i maskinen går att återanvända,
men den innehåller även annat material som måste tas om hand på ett korrekt sätt. Lämna därför aldrig maskinen eller delar av maskinen i
hushållsavfallet, eftersom det kan leda till hälsorisker eller skador på miljön.
Scrapping of machine
When the machine is no longer to be used, it must be submitted to a recycling facility for destruction. The majority of the components in the machine
can be reused, but it also contains other material that must be taken care of in the correct way. Therefore, never mix the machine or its parts with
domestic waste as this may lead to health hazards or damage to the environment.
Entsorgung des Geräts
Wenn das Gerät nicht länger im Gebrauch ist, muss dieses einer Recyclingstation zur Entsorgung zugeführt werden. Viele Komponenten des Geräts
sind recyclingfähig, enthalten aber auch Materialien, die vorschriftsmäßig entsorgt werden müssen. Entsorgen Sie daher das Gerät oder Geräteteile
niemals im Hausmüll, da dies Gefahren für die Gesundheit oder Umweltschäden nach sich ziehen kann.
Mise au rebut de machine
Lorsque la machine n’est plus utilisée, elle doit être déposée à une installation de recyclage pour y être détruite. La majorité des composants de la
machine peuvent être réutilisés mais celle-ci contient également d’autres matériaux qui doivent être traités correctement. C’est pourquoi vous ne
devez jamais mélanger la machine ou ses pièces avec les ordures ménagères, risque de polution pour l’environnement ou la santé.
Desguace de la máquina
Cuando la máquina no tenga que utilizarse más, ha de entregarse a una instalación de destrucción para su reciclado. La mayor parte de sus
componentes pueden volver a utilizarse, pero consta también de otros materiales que han de ser tratados de la manera correcta. Por esa razón
nunca mezclar la máquina ni sus partes con la basura doméstica pues esto podría constituir un peligro para la salud o dañar el medio ambiente.
Bortskaffelse af maskinen
Når maskinen ikke længere er i brug, skal den afleveres til destruktion på en genbrugsstation. Mange dele i maskinen kan genanvendes, men den
indeholder også andre materialer, der skal håndteres korrekt. Smid derfor ikke maskinen eller dele af den ud sammen med husholdningens
almindelige affald, da det kan være forbundet med sundhedsrisiko eller give miljøskader.
Koneen hävittäminen
Kun konetta ei enää käytetä, se pitää luovuttaa kierrätyskeskukseen tuhottavaksi. Suurinta osaa koneen osista voidaan käyttää uudelleen, mutta se
sisältää myös materiaaleja, jotka pitää käsitellä asianmukaisesti. Älä sen vuoksi koskaan laita konetta tai sen osia kotitalousjätteen sekaan, sillä se
saattaa aiheuttaa terveysriskejä tai vahinkoa ympäristölle.
Skroting av maskin
Når maskinen ikke lenger skal brukes, må den leveres til en gjenvinningsstasjon for destruksjon. Det går an å gjenbruke mange deler av maskinen,
men den inneholder også annet materiale som man må ta hånd om på riktig måte. Legg derfor aldri maskinen eller deler av maskinen i
husholdningsavfallet, siden det kan føre til helse- eller miljøskader.
Afdanken van de machine
Als de machine niet langer gebruikt gaat worden, moet deze ter vernietiging worden aangeboden bij een recyclinginrichting. De meeste
componenten van de machine kunnen worden hergebruikt, maar hij bevat ook ander materiaal dat op een juiste wijze moet worden behandeld.
Daarom de machine of zijn onderdelen nooit bij het huisvuil zetten, want dat kan leiden tot gezondheidsrisico’s of schade aan het milieu.
Rottamazione della macchina
Quando la macchina non può più essere utilizzata, deve essere affidata a un centro di riciclaggio che ne effettui la rottamazione. La maggior parte
dei componenti della macchina sono riciclabili, ma ce ne sono anche alcuni che devono essere smaltiti in modo appropriato. Perciò, non mischiare
mai la macchina o parti di essa con i normali rifiuti domestici, poiché ciò potrebbe comportare rischi per la salute o per l’ambiente.
Złomowanie maszyny
Wycofaną z użytkowania maszynę należy przekazać do zakładu utylizacji w celu złomowania. Większość podzespołów maszyny nadaje się do
powtórnego wykorzystania, lecz zawiera ona także inne materiały, z którymi należy postępować w odpowiedni sposób. Z tego powodu niedozwolone
jest łączenie maszyny lub jej części z odpadami domowymi, gdyż może to prowadzić do zagrożenia zdrowia lub szkody dla środowiska.
Vyřazení přístroje
Přístroj, který již nebude používán, by měl být odevzdán k likvidaci do ekodvora. Většina součástek přístroje může být opětovně použita, některé ale
vyžadují likvidaci přesně daným způsobem. A proto nikdy nemíchejte dohromady přístoje nebo jejich části s domácím odpadem, mohlo by to vést ke
zdravotním rizikům nebo k poškození životního prostředí.
Οριστική απόσυρση μηχανήματος
Όταν το μηχάνημα δεν προορίζεται για περαιτέρω χρήση, θα πρέπει να οδηγείται σε εγκατάσταση ανακύκλωσης για καταστροφήΤο
μεγαλύτερο ποσοστό των εξαρτημάτων του μηχανήματος μπορεί να χρησιμοποιηθεί ξανά, αλλά το μηχάνημα περιλαμβάνει και άλλα
υλικά η διαλογή των οποίων θα πρέπει να πραγματοποιείται με τον κατάλληλο τρόποΚατά συνέπεια, μην αναμιγνύετε ποτέ το
μηχάνημα ή τα εξαρτήματά του με οικιακά απορρίμματα καθώς αυτό μπορεί να αποβεί επικίνδυνο για την υγεία ή επιβλαβές για το
περιβάλλον.
Art. No. 438 9041-90 / 06.21
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