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Cabinet Freestanding
Refer to Page 2 for Model Identification
CFD15C
CFD15C
33, 40, 55 and 75 Models
CFD19C
CFD19C
18, 25, 30 and 35 Models
CFD20C
100, 135, 165 and 200 Models
CFD20C
Keep These Instructions for Future Reference.
(If this machine changes ownership, this manual must accompany machine.)
Part No. 9001001R7
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Operation/Maintenance
Washer-Extractors
Table of
Contents
Introduction.........................................................................................
Model Identification .............................................................................
Nameplate Location..............................................................................
Replacement Parts ................................................................................
Customer Service..................................................................................
2
2
5
5
5
Safety Information.............................................................................. 7
Explanation of Safety Messages........................................................... 7
Important Safety Instructions ............................................................... 7
Safety Decals ........................................................................................ 9
Operator Safety..................................................................................... 10
Preliminary Information....................................................................
About the Control .................................................................................
Power Failure Recovery .......................................................................
Control Identification............................................................................
11
11
11
12
Operation.............................................................................................
Load the Machine .................................................................................
Start a Program .....................................................................................
Special Options in Run Mode...............................................................
Advance Mode......................................................................................
Chemical Hold Feature .........................................................................
Stop the Machine ..................................................................................
Error Messages .....................................................................................
13
13
14
15
15
15
16
17
Maintenance ........................................................................................
Daily .....................................................................................................
Weekly..................................................................................................
Monthly.................................................................................................
Yearly ...................................................................................................
Daily Preventive Maintenance Checklist..............................................
Weekly Preventive Maintenance Checklist ..........................................
Monthly Preventive Maintenance Checklist.........................................
Yearly Preventive Maintenance Checklist............................................
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20
21
21
22
23
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Introduction
Model Identification
Information in this manual is applicable to these
models:
HX18PVQM6
HX18PVQM7
HX18PVXM6
HX18PVXM7
SX18PVPA7
SX18PVQM6
SX18PVQM7
SX18PVXM6
SX18PVXM7
HX25PVQM6
HX25PVQM7
HX25PVXM6
HX25PVXM7
SX25PVQM6
SX25PVQM7
SX25PVXM6
SX25PVXM7
18
25
UX18PVNA6
UX18PVNA7
UX18PVPA6
UX18PVPA7
UX18PVQA6
UX18PVQA7
UX18PVQM6
UX18PVQM7
UX18PVXA6
UX18PVXA7
UX18PVXM6
UX18PVXM7
UX25PVNA6
UX25PVNA7
UX25PVPA6
UX25PVPA7
UX25PVQA6
UX25PVQA7
UX25PVQM6
UX25PVQM7
UX25PVXA6
UX25PVXA7
UX25PVXM6
UX25PVXM7
HX18PVQU6
HX18PVXU6
SX18PVQU6
SX18PVXU6
UX18PVNU6
UX18PVPU6
UX18PVQU6
UX18PVXU6
HX25PVQU6
HX25PVXU6
SX25PVQU6
SX25PVXU6
UX25PVNU6
UX25PVPU6
UX25PVQU6
UX25PVXU6
UX33PVNA7
UX33PVPA7
UX33PVQA7
UX33PVQM7
UX33PVXA7
UX33PVXM7
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HX35PVQM6
HX35PVQM7
HX35PVXM6
HX35PVXM7
35
SX35PVQM6
SX35PVQM7
SX35PVXM6
SX35PVXM7
SX35PVNM7
continued
UX35PVNA6
UX35PVNA7
UX35PVPA6
UX35PVPA7
UX35PVQA6
UX35PVQA7
UX35PVQM6
UX35PVQM7
UX35PVXA6
UX35PVXA7
UX35PVXM6
UX35PVXM7
HX35PVQU6
HX35PVXU6
SX35PVQU6
SX35PVXU6
40
HX55PVNU6
HX55PVNU7
HX55PVQU6
HX55PVQU7
HX55PVXU6
HX55PVXU7
55
75
100
135
HX75PVNU6
HX75PVNU7
HX75PVPU7
HX75PVQU6
HX75PVQU7
SX55PVNU6
SX55PVNU7
SX55PVPU6
SX55PVPU7
SX55PVQU6
SX55PVQU7
SX55PVXU6
SX55PVXU7
SX75PVNU6
SX75PVNU7
SX75PVPU7
SX75PVQU6
SX75PVQU7
HX100PVNU6
HX100PVNU7
HX100PVPU7
HX100PVQU6
HX100PVQU7
SX100PVNU6
SX100PVNU7
SX100PVPU7
SX100PVQU6
SX100PVQU7
HX135PVNU6
HX135PVNU7
HX135PVPU7
HX135PVQU6
HX135PVQU7
SX135PVNU6
SX135PVNU7
SX135PVPU7
SX135PVQU6
SX135PVQU7
UX35PVNU6
UX35PVPU6
UX35PVQU6
UX35PVXU6
UX40PVNA7
UX40PVPA7
UX40PVQA7
UX40PVQM7
UX40PVXA7
UX40PVXM7
UX55PVNU6
UX55PVNU7
UX55PVPU6
UX55PVPU7
UX55PVQU6
UX55PVQU7
UX55PVXU6
UX55PVXU7
UX75PVNU6
UX75PVNU7
UX75PVPU6
UX75PVPU7
UX75PVQU6
UX75PVQU7
UX100PVNU6
UX100PVNU7
UX100PVPU6
UX100PVPU7
UX100PVQU6
UX100PVQU7
UX135PVNU6
UX135PVNU7
UX135PVPU6
UX135PVPU7
UX135PVQU6
UX135PVQU7
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200
4
HX165PVNU6
HX165PVNU7
HX165PVPU7
HX165PVQU6
HX165PVQU7
SX165PVNU6
SX165PVNU7
SX165PVPU7
SX165PVQU6
SX165PVQU7
HX200PVNU7
HX200PVPU7
HX200PVQU7
SX200PVNU7
SX200PVPU7
SX200PVQU7
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UX165PVNU6
UX165PVNU7
UX165PVPU6
UX165PVPU7
UX165PVQU6
UX165PVQU7
UX200PVNU7
UX200PVPU7
UX200PVQU7
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Introduction
Nameplate Location
The nameplate is located at the rear of the machine.
Always provide the machine’s serial number
andmodel number when ordering parts or when
seeking technical assistance.
1
1
1
CFD19C
18, 25, 30 and 35 Models
CFD20C
CFD15C
CFD19C
33, 40, 55 and 75 Models
CFD15C
CFD20C
100, 135, 165 and 200 Models
1 Nameplate
Replacement Parts
If literature or replacement parts are required, contact
the source from which the machine was purchased or
contact Alliance Laundry Systems at (920) 748-3950
for the name and address of the nearest authorized
parts distributor.
Customer Service
For technical assistance, call (920) 748-3121.
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Model Number Familiarization Guide
Sample Model Number: *X55PVXM60001
*X
Model Number Prefix
55
Washer-Extractor Capacity (pounds dry weight of laundry)
P
Type of Electrical Control (P = WE-6 Computer)
V
Washer-Extractor Speed Capabilities
X
Electrical Characteristics
M6
0001
Design Series
Option Identification (varies from machine to machine)
* Denotes Brand
* X55PVXM60001
12
50 60
55
15
2/3+PE
25
1/3
1000
EXAMPLE OF NAMEPLATE
CFD29N
CFD29N
Figure 1
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Safety Information
Explanation of Safety Messages
Precautionary statements (“DANGER,” “WARNING,”
and “CAUTION”), followed by specific instructions,
are found in this manual and on machine decals. These
precautions are intended for the personal safety of the
operator, user, servicer, and those maintaining the
machine.
Important Safety Instructions
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock,
serious injury or death to persons when
using your washer, follow these basic
precautions:
W023
DANGER
DANGER indicates the presence of a
hazard that will cause severe personal
injury, death, or substantial property
damage if the danger is ignored.
WARNING
WARNING indicates the presence of a
hazard that can cause severe personal
injury, death, or substantial property
damage if the warning is ignored.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates the presence of a
hazard that will or can cause minor
personal injury or property damage if the
caution is ignored.
Additional precautionary statements (“IMPORTANT”
and “NOTE”) are followed by specific instructions.
IMPORTANT: The word “IMPORTANT” is used
to inform the reader of specific procedures where
minor machine damage will occur if the procedure
is not followed.
NOTE: The word “NOTE” is used to communicate
installation, operation, maintenance or servicing
information that is important but not hazard
related.
1. Read all instructions before using the washer.
2. Refer to the GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS in
the INSTALLATION manual for the proper
grounding of the washer.
3. Do not wash textiles that have been previously
cleaned in, washed in, soaked in, or spotted with
gasoline, kerosene, waxes, cooking oils, drycleaning solvents, or other flammable or
explosive substances as they give off vapors that
could ignite or explode.
4. Do not add gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents, or
other flammable or explosive substances to the
wash water. These substances give off vapors that
could ignite or explode.
5. Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be
produced in a hot water system that has not been
used for two weeks or more. HYDROGEN GAS
IS EXPLOSIVE. If the hot water system has not
been used for such a period, before using a
washing machine or combination washer-dryer,
turn on all hot water faucets and let the water
flow from each for several minutes. This will
release any accumulated hydrogen gas. The gas
is flammable, do not smoke or use an open flame
during this time.
6. Do not allow children to play on or in the washer.
Close supervision of children is necessary when
the washer is used near children. This is a safety
rule for all appliances.
7. Before the washer is removed from service or
discarded, remove the door to the washing
compartment.
8. Do not reach into the washer if the wash drum is
moving.
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Safety Information
9. Do not install or store the washer where it will be
exposed to water and/or weather.
10. Do not tamper with the controls.
11. Do not repair or replace any part of the washer, or
attempt any servicing unless specifically
recommended in the user-maintenance
instructions or in published user-repair
instructions that the user understands and has the
skills to carry out.
12. To reduce the risk of an electric shock or fire, DO
NOT use an extension cord or an adapter to
connect the washer to the electrical power
source.
13. Use washer only for its intended purpose,
washing textiles.
14. Never wash machine parts or automotive parts in
the machine. This could result in serious damage
to the basket.
15. ALWAYS disconnect the washer from electrical
supply before attempting any service. Disconnect
the power cord by grasping the plug, not the cord.
16. Install the washer according to the
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. All
connections for water, drain, electrical power and
grounding must comply with local codes and be
made by licensed personnel when required.
20. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced
by a special cord or assembly available from the
manufacturer or its service agent.
21. Be sure water connections have a shut-off valve
and that fill hose connections are tight. CLOSE
the shut-off valves at the end of each wash day.
22. Loading door MUST BE CLOSED any time the
washer is to fill, tumble or spin. DO NOT bypass
the loading door switch by permitting the washer
to operate with the loading door open.
23. Always read and follow manufacturer’s
instructions on packages of laundry and cleaning
aids. Heed all warnings or precautions. To reduce
the risk of poisoning or chemical burns, keep
them out of the reach of children at all times
(preferably in a locked cabinet).
24. Always follow the fabric care instructions
supplied by the textile manufacturer.
25. Never operate the washer with any guards and/or
panels removed.
26. DO NOT operate the washer with missing or
broken parts.
27. DO NOT bypass any safety devices.
28. Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this
washer according to the manufacturer’s
instructions may result in conditions which can
produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
17. To reduce the risk of fire, textiles which have
traces of any flammable substances such as
vegetable oil, cooking oil, machine oil,
flammable chemicals, thinner, etc., or anything
containing wax or chemicals such as in mops and
cleaning cloths, must not be put into the washer.
These flammable substances may cause the
fabric to catch on fire by itself.
NOTE: The WARNINGS and IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS appearing in this
manual are not meant to cover all possible
conditions and situations that may occur. Common
sense, caution and care must be exercised when
installing, maintaining, or operating the washer.
18. Do not use fabric softeners or products to
eliminate static unless recommended by the
manufacturer of the fabric softener or product.
Any problems or conditions not understood should be
reported to the dealer, distributor, service agent or the
manufacturer.
19. Keep washer in good condition. Bumping or
dropping the washer can damage safety features.
If this occurs, have washer checked by a
qualified service person.
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Safety Information
WARNING
CAUTION
This machine must be installed, adjusted,
and serviced by qualified electrical
maintenance personnel familiar with the
construction and operation of this type of
machinery. They must also be familiar
with the potential hazards involved.
Failure to observe this warning may result
in personal injury and/or equipment
damage, and may void the warranty.
SW004
IMPORTANT: Ensure that the recommended
clearances for inspection and maintenance
are provided. Never allow the inspection and
maintenance space to be blocked.
Be careful around the open door,
particularly when loading from a level
below the door. Impact with door edges
can cause personal injury.
SW025
WARNING
Never touch internal or external steam
pipes, connections, or components.
These surfaces can be extremely hot and
will cause severe burns. The steam must
be turned off and the pipe, connections,
and components allowed to cool before
the pipe can be touched.
SW014
WARNING
Install the machine on a level floor of
sufficient strength. Failure to do so may
result in conditions which can produce
serious injury, death and/or property
damage.
W703
Safety Decals
Safety decals appear at crucial locations on the
machine. Failure to maintain legible safety decals
could result in injury to the operator or service
technician.
To provide personal safety and keep the machine in
proper working order, follow all maintenance and
safety procedures presented in this manual. If
questions regarding safety arise, contact the
manufacturer immediately.
Use manufacturer-authorized spare parts to avoid
safety hazards.
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Safety Information
Operator Safety
Do not bypass any safety devices in the machine.
WARNING
WARNING
NEVER insert hands or objects into
basket until it has completely stopped.
Doing so could result in serious injury.
SW012
To ensure the safety of machine operators, the
following maintenance checks must be performed
daily:
Never operate the machine with a
bypassed or disconnected balance
system. Operating the machine with
severe out-of-balance loads could result
in personal injury and serious equipment
damage.
SW039
1. Prior to operating the machine, verify that all
warning signs are present and legible. Missing or
illegible signs must be replaced immediately.
Make certain that spares are available.
2. Check door interlock before starting operation of
the machine:
a. Attempt to start the machine with the door
open. The machine should not start with the
door open.
b. Close the door without locking it and attempt
to start the machine. The machine should not
start with the door unlocked.
c. Close and lock the door and start a cycle.
Attempt to open the door while the cycle is in
progress. The door should not open.
If the door lock and interlock are not functioning
properly, call a service technician.
3. Do not attempt to operate the machine if any of
the following conditions are present:
a. The door does not remain securely locked
during the entire cycle.
b. Excessively high water level is evident.
c. Machine is not connected to a properly
grounded circuit.
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Preliminary Information
About the Control
Power Failure Recovery
WE-8 computer on the washer-extractor is an
advanced, programmable computer that allows the
owner to create wash programs.
If a cycle is in process and the power fails, cycle status
is saved in memory without power being applied.
The control is factory set-up with 42 pre-programmed
cycles and is ready for operation. Refer to
Pre-Programmed Cycles section in the Programming
manual.
If power resumes, the control will enter into the Start
Mode at the beginning of the cycle step where the
power failed.
WE-8 allows the owner to program custom cycles on
the machine or with a PC and the Alliance planner
software.
IMPORTANT: In the event of a power failure,
WE-8 will not have to be reprogrammed. It is
designed with a memory system that will remember
how it was programmed until the electrical power
is restored.
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Preliminary Information
Control Identification
3
2
5
1
4
M172
1
2
3
Keypad
Display
Emergency Stop Button
4
5
Key Switch
Serial Port
Figure 2
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Operation
Load the Machine
For 100 - 200 models:
1. Push on the doorlock system to open the door.
For 18 - 75 models:
1. Pull the door handle towards you to open the
door. Some models may have a door handle with
a button that must be pressed.
2. Load the drum to the specified capacity.
3. Close the door by pushing the door handle
towards the machine.
2. Load the drum to the specified capacity.
3. Close the door by pushing the door handle
towards the machine.
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Operation
Start a Program
Cycle 00
After powering up the control, “Cycle 00” will show
on the display.
Press the desired program number
(example: program 23).
Cycle 23
The display will show the cycle (example: “Cycle
23”).
Press “Start” to run the program.
If the program does not exist, the display will show
“No Cycle 23”. See program mode to create a
program.
No Cycle 23
Please close
door
If the door is not closed, the display will show “Please
close door”. After closing the door the program will
start.
Restaurant 2
If the door is closed and the program exists, the
program will start. The name of the program will show
on the display for 2 seconds and the machine will start.
S01 C23 0:04:59
80°F High
When the machine is started the display will show the
following information.
S01: Step 1
C23: Program number 23
0:04:59: The time of step 1. This will count down to
0 and then go to step 2 (S02).
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80°F:
The temperature of the bath that is
programmed.
High:
The water level in step 1 that is
programmed.
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Operation
Special Options in Run Mode
S01 C23 0:04:59
80°F High
While the machine is running press the “Display
Temp” button.
Level : 2.5 cm
62°F 40rpm L
Level:
2.5 cm: Water level in the bath. If the
machine is filling with water this value will
increase. If in a drain step this value will
decrease.
62°F:
The water temperature.
40rpm:
The measured rpm of the drum.
L:
Rotation direction of the drum
L (left), R (right)
Press the “Display Temp” button to go back.
S01 C23 0:04:59
80°F High
Advance Mode
Press the “Advance” button to proceed to the next step
in the program.
Chemical Hold Feature
Chemical supply injection can be paused. Refer to
section Setup of the Chemical Hold Feature in
Programming manual.
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Operation
Stop the Machine
S01 C23 0:04:00
Spin 1
Press the “Stop” button.
Waterlevel
10.2 cm
If there is water in the machine the display will show
“Waterlevel xx.x cm” while the machine is draining
the water.
Coast down
If the machine is spinning the display will show
“Coast down”.
Please open door
When the water is out and the drum has stopped
moving the display will flash between “Please open
door” and “Done cycle 23” until the door is open.
Done Cycle 23
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Operation
Error Messages
Door Error
Door error
If the door is closed after start the control will try to
lock the door. If the door will not lock “Door error”
will display.
Possible Faults:
 Wiring is not connected properly.
 Coil to lock the door has failed.
 Mechanical problem on the door lock.
Fill Alarm
Didn’t fill
within time
If machine does not reach programmed water level
within time programmed for step, a fill alarm occurs.
Machine will continue filling and agitating, while
sounding beeper and flashing “Didn’t fill within time”
on display.
Enter to retry
Clear to stop
Done
Cycle CC
Please open door
Didn’t fill
within time
Condition will continue for up to two (2) minutes. If
programmed water level is reached before two minute
fill alarm time ends, condition ends, and machine
resumes operation. If Enter key is pressed during fill
alarm, condition will end and step will start over. If
programmed water level is not reached within
programmed step time, fill alarm will occur again. If
Clear (STOP) key is pressed while fill alarm is in
effect, cycle will end, and door will unlock. If no
action is taken, and fill level is not reached within
two minute alarm time limit, cycle will end and door
can be unlocked (provided no water level is sensed).
Whenever a fill alarm occurred during a cycle, display
will repeat following messages at end of stop routine,
before door is opened, to indicate alarm condition
occurred in cycle.
During step N
(CC = cycle number;
N = step number in which the
alarm occurred).
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Operation
Fill Alarm (Continued)
Possible Faults:
 Wiring is not connected properly to the inlet
valves.
 The inlet valve is broken.
 There is a problem with the water supply.
 The inlet valves are blocked by dirt.
 The water pressure hose is broken or not
connected properly.
Didn’t drain
within time
Drain Alarm
If drain step is NOT followed by a spin and if machine
does not empty within the time programmed for drain
step, a drain alarm occurs. Display will read “Didn’t
drain within time.”
Enter to retry
Clear to stop
Done
Cycle CC
Please open door
Didn’t drain
within time
When cycle ends, display repeats following messages
briefly until door is opened (to indicate that an alarm
condition occurred in the cycle):
During step N
(CC = cycle number;
N = step number in which the
alarm occurred).
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During drain alarm, beeper sounds on and off, and
machine continues attempting to drain. If machine
does not empty, condition continues. If Enter key is
pressed, drain alarm ends, and drain step starts over at
beginning. If machine has not emptied when drain step
time expires, alarm occurs again. If Clear (STOP) key
is pressed while drain alarm is in effect, display shows
water level (inches or centimeters), but otherwise
takes no new action since machine has not emptied.
If machine drains during a spin step prior to
accelerating into high speed and if machine has not
emptied within approximately 2 minutes of starting
drain procedure, a drain alarm occurs. There is no
rotation during this alarm; messages displayed are
identical to drain alarm during a drain step not
followed by a spin. Pressing Enter (START) during
drain alarm in a spin step ends alarm and begins spin
step again at start, with machine rotating at wash speed
forward, then to distribution speed. After drain begins
(i.e., drain open, pumping begins), if 2 additional
minutes elapse, alarm occurs again.
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Operation
If there was a problem during heating in a step at the
end of the program, the control will show
“Temperature sensor error”. The temperature was
never reached in this cycle.
Temperature
sensor error
Possible Faults:
 Bad temperature probe.
 Wiring to electrical or steam heating relay has
failed.
 Electrical heating elements or steam valve is
broken.
NOTE: If the cycle aborted, it may be due to a
temperature sensor error.
The control did not sense any pulses or the control
sensed wrong pulses from the rpm sensor.
Rotation
sensor error
Possible Faults:
 Rpm sensor is broken.
 Distance from rpm sensor to pulley is too large
(>2mm).
 Bad motor.
 V-belt is broken.
 Problems with the inverter.
 Wiring connection is bad.
Speed detection
error
An error occurred at the end of a spin stop or during
coast down, where the rpm sensor suddenly failed to
give output pulses.
Possible Faults:
 Rpm sensor failure.
 Rpm sensor dislocated (too far from pulley).
 Broken V-belt.
 Wiring disconnected.
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Maintenance
Routine maintenance maximizes operating efficiency
and minimizes downtime. The maintenance
procedures described below will prolong the life of the
machine and help prevent accidents.
CAUTION
Replace all panels that are removed to
perform service and maintenance
procedures. Do not operate the machine
with missing guards or with broken or
missing parts. Do not bypass any safety
devices.
SW019
Daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly checklists are
provided at the end of this section. Laminate the
checklists to preserve them for repeated copying.
Operators and technicians are encouraged to add
checks specific to their machine’s particular
application. When possible, space is provided on the
checklists for this purpose.
Daily
Beginning of the day
1. Inspect water inlet valve hose connections on the
back of the machine for leaks.
2. Inspect steam hose connections for leaks, where
applicable.
3. Check door interlock before starting operation:
a. Attempt to start the washer with the door
open. The washer should not start with the
door open.
b. Close the door and start the machine. Attempt
to open the door while the cycle is in progress.
The door should not open.
IMPORTANT: If the door lock and interlock are
not functioning properly, take machine out of
service. Call a service technician to correct.
The following maintenance procedures must be
performed regularly at the required intervals.
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Weekly
End of day
1. Clean the fan of the AC drive box.
2. Clean the entire cabinet of the machine regularly
and remove all traces of soap, etc.
3. Remove all detergent residue in the soap
dispenser with hot water.
4. Clean the door gasket and remove all detergents
and other products.
5. Shut off the main water, steam and power
connections at the end of each day. Do not
change the setting of the water inlet taps on boiler
fed machines once these have been installed.
6. It is recommended to leave the door and the soap
dispenser open after use, to ventilate the
machine.
NOTE: Unload the machine promptly after each
completed cycle to prevent moisture buildup. Leave
loading door open at the end of each completed
cycle to allow moisture to evaporate.
7. Check the alignment of the out-of-balance switch
to make sure it is centered in the tilt detector plate
cut-out.
1. Check the machine for leaks.
a. Start an unloaded cycle to fill the machine.
b. Verify that door and door gasket do not leak.
c. Verify that the drain valve is operating. If
water does not leak out during the prewash
segment, drain valve is closed and functioning
properly.
Monthly
NOTE: Disconnect power to the machine at its
source before performing the monthly maintenance
procedures.
1. Clean the AC drive Box.
a. Remove the AC drive box cover.
b. Blow the fins clean using compressed air at a
pressure of 60-90 psi or by using canned
compressed air. Use care to avoid damaging
cooling fan or other components.
2. V-belts.
a. Check V-belts for uneven wear and frayed
edges.
b. Verify that V-belts are properly aligned by
checking pulley alignment. Place a
straightedge across both pulley faces. The
straightedge should make contact with the
pulleys in four places.
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Maintenance
3. Remove back panel and check overflow hose and
drain hose for leaks.
4. Clean inlet hose filter screen:
a. Turn water off and allow valve to cool, if
necessary.
b. Unscrew inlet hose and remove filter screen.
c. Clean with soapy water, rinse and reinstall.
Replace if worn or damaged.
Yearly
1. Replace the automatic lubricator (only for 75-200
machine). Failure to do so could void the
warranty.
2. Check if the machine is working properly. If you
see or hear any abnormal function on the
machine call a service technician.
5. Check the supply dispenser hoses for leaks.
6. Use compressed air to clean lint from motor.
7. Clean interior of machine, both basket and shell,
by wiping with a water-soaked sponge or cloth.
8. Use compressed air to ensure that all electrical
components are free of moisture and dust.
9. Verify that insulation is intact on all external
wiring and that all connections are secure. If bare
wire is evident, call a service technician.
10. If necessary, tighten the bearing housing’s
mounting bolts.
11. If necessary, tighten the shock absorber’s
mounting bolts.
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Daily Preventive Maintenance
Checklist
Machine ____________________________
Operator
Week of: ________________
Days
___________________________
Checks
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Beginning of Day
1. Inspect water inlet valve hose connections on the back of the
machine for leaks.
2. Inspect steam hose connections for leaks, where applicable.
3. Inspect door lock and interlock before starting operation:
a. Attempt to start the machine with door open.
b. Close the door and start the machine. Attempt to open the door
while the cycle is in progress.
4.
End of Day
1. Clean the fan of the AC drive box.
2. Clean the entire cabinet of the machine.
3. Remove all detergent residue in the soap dispenser with hot water.
4. Clean the door gasket and remove all detergents and other products.
5. Shut off the main water, steam and power.
6. Leave loading door open at the end of each day to ventilate the
machine.
7. Check the alignment of the out-of-balance switch to make sure it is
centered in the tilt detector plate cut-out.
8.
NOTE: Unload the machine promptly after each completed cycle to prevent moisture buildup.
NOTE: Leave loading door open after each completed cycle to allow moisture to evaporate.
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Maintenance
Weekly Preventive Maintenance
Checklist
Machine ____________________________
Operator
Month __________
Week Ending:
___________________________
Checks
/
/
/
/
/
1. Check the machine for leaks:
a. Start an unloaded cycle to fill the machine.
b. Verify that door and door gasket do not leak.
c. Verify that the drain valve is operating.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Monthly Preventive Maintenance
Checklist
Machine ____________________________
Operator
Month
___________________________
Checks
Observe All Safety Warnings!
Disconnect power to the machine before performing the monthly maintenance procedures.
1. Clean the AC drive box.
2. V-belts
a. Check V-belts for uneven wear and frayed edges.
b. Verify that V-belts are properly aligned by checking pulley alignment.
3. Remove back panel and check overflow hose and drain hose for leaks.
4. Clean inlet hose filter screen.
5. Check the supply dispenser hoses for leaks.
6. Use compressed air to clean lint from motor.
7. Clean interior of machine, both basket and shell, by wiping with a water-soaked
sponge or cloth.
8. Use compressed air to ensure that all electrical components are free of moisture and
dust.
9. Verify that insulation is intact on all external wires and that all connections are
secure.
10. If necessary, tighten the bearing housing’s mounting bolts.
11. If necessary, tighten the shock absorber’s mounting bolts.
12.
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Maintenance
Yearly Preventive Maintenance
Checklist
Machine ____________________________
Operator
Year
___________________________
Checks
Observe All Safety Warnings!
Disconnect power to the machine before performing the quarterly maintenance procedures.
1. Replace the automatic lubricator (only for 75-200 machines).
2. Check if the machine is working properly. If you see or hear any abnormal function
on the machine call a service technician.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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