ALLIANCE | LU050E | Programming for MDC Tumbler

Programming
MDC
Tumbler
Refer to Page 4 for Model Numbers
DRY543R
DRY543
Keep These Instructions for Future Reference.
(If this machine changes ownership, this manual must accompany machine.)
Part No. 70381601R6
September 2008
WARNING
Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate
this machine according to the
manufacturer's instructions may result in
conditions which can produce bodily injury
and/or property damage.
NOTE: The WARNING and IMPORTANT
instructions appearing in this manual are not meant
to cover all possible conditions and situations that
may occur. It must be understood that common
sense, caution, and carefulness are factors which
cannot be built into these tumblers. These factors
MUST BE supplied by the person(s) installing,
maintaining, or operating the tumblers.
W030
Always contact the distributor, service agent, or the
manufacturer about any problems or conditions you do
not understand.
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Table of
Contents
Model Identification ...........................................................................
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Preliminary Information....................................................................
About the Control .................................................................................
Glossary of Terms.................................................................................
Power Failure Recovery .......................................................................
Card Reader Communications..............................................................
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MDC Identification.............................................................................
Select Cycle Keypads ...........................................................................
START Keypad ....................................................................................
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Display Identification .........................................................................
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) .............................................................
START LED ....................................................................................
DRYING LED .................................................................................
COOL DOWN LED ........................................................................
FOUR 7-SEGMENT DIGITS..........................................................
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Tumbler Operation.............................................................................
Start Up.................................................................................................
Ready Mode..........................................................................................
Entering Coins ......................................................................................
Entering Cards ......................................................................................
Changing Active Cycles .......................................................................
Opening the Tumbler Door...................................................................
Signals...................................................................................................
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MDC Special Features........................................................................
Programming MDC ..............................................................................
Collecting Audit Information ...............................................................
Testing Machine and MDC Functions..................................................
Rapid Advance Feature.........................................................................
Coin Drop .............................................................................................
Start Pulse Operation ............................................................................
Service Door and Coin Vault Openings ...............................................
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Opening Service Door......................................................................... 12
Stack Tumbler....................................................................................... 12
Stand Alone Tumbler............................................................................ 12
Entering the Manual Mode................................................................ 13
How to Enter the Manual Mode ........................................................... 13
Programming MDC............................................................................
What Can Be Programmed? .................................................................
Programmable Options Available.........................................................
1. Vend Price “AtS” .........................................................................
2. Coin #1 Amount “dEn1”..............................................................
3. Coin #2 Amount “dEn2”..............................................................
4. Start Pulse Value “PLSE” ............................................................
5. Cycle Time “CyCL” (Minutes)....................................................
6. Cycle Time “CyCS” (Seconds)....................................................
7. Cool Down Time “Cd” ................................................................
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8. Coin #1 TopOff Time (Minutes Per Coin) “C1tO” .....................
9. Coin #1 TopOff Time (Seconds Per Coin) “1toS” ......................
10. Coin #2 TopOff Time (Minutes Per Coin) “C2tO” ...................
11. Coin #2 TopOff Time (Seconds Per Coin) “2toS” ....................
12. High Temperature “HI t” ...........................................................
13. Medium Temperature “nd t” ......................................................
14. Low Temperature “LO t”...........................................................
15. Delicates Temperature “dELt”...................................................
16. Configuration Display “CnFg” ..................................................
17. Default Cycle .............................................................................
How to Exit Programming Feature ..................................................
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Collecting Audit Information ............................................................
How to Enter Audit Feature..................................................................
Entering the Audit Feature by Manual Mode ..................................
Entering the Audit Feature with the Coin Vault Open ....................
How to Read Audit Data.......................................................................
How to Exit Audit Feature When Using Manual Mode .......................
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Testing Machine and MDC Functions..............................................
How to Enter Testing Feature...............................................................
How to Start Tests ................................................................................
How to Exit Testing Feature.................................................................
Diagnostic Test Descriptions................................................................
Dryer-On Temperature Test.............................................................
Thermistor Temperature Test ..........................................................
Configuration Display Test..............................................................
Configuration Display Value ...........................................................
Production Test Cycle...........................................................................
To Enter Production Test Cycle.......................................................
To Exit Production Test Cycle.........................................................
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OPL Mode ........................................................................................... 40
Errors Mode ........................................................................................ 40
Rapid Advance Feature......................................................................
How to Enter Rapid Advance from Ready Mode.................................
How to Enter Rapid Advance During an Active Cycle........................
How to Exit Rapid Advance Feature ....................................................
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Power Fail Recovery........................................................................... 41
Default Tumbler Settings ................................................................... 42
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Model Identification
Information in this manual is applicable to these
tumbler models.
Gas
Steam
Electric
LA025L
LA025N
LT025L
LT025N
LU025L
LU025N
PA025L
PA025N
PT025L
PT025N
PU025L
PU025N
SA025L
SA025N
ST025L
ST025N
SU025L
SU025N
HT025S
HU025S
LT025S
LU025S
PT025S
PU025S
ST025S
SU025S
HT025E
HU025E
LT025E
LU025E
PT025E
PU025E
ST025E
SU025E
25 Pound
HA025L
HA025N
HT025L
HT025N
HU025L
HU025N
LA030L
LA030N
LT030L
LT030N
LU030L
LU030N
PA030L
PA030N
PT030L
PT030N
PU030L
PU030N
SA030L
SA030N
ST030D
ST030L
ST030N
SU030L
SU030N
HT030S
HU030S
LT030S
LU030S
PT030S
PU030S
ST030S
SU030S
HT030E
HU030E
LT030E
LU030E
PT030E
PU030E
ST030E
SU030E
30 Pound
HA030L
HA030N
HT030D
HT030L
HT030N
HU030L
HU030N
LAT30L
LAT30N
LTT30L
LTT30N
LUT30L
LUT30N
MTT30N
NTT30N
PAT30L
PAT30N
PTT30L
PTT30N
PUT30L
PUT30N
SAT30L
SAT30N
STT30D
STT30L
STT30N
SUT30L
SUT30N
HTT30S
HUT30S
LTT30S
LUT30S
PTT30S
PUT30S
STT30S
SUT30S
HTT30E
HUT30E
LTT30E
LUT30E
PTT30E
PUT30E
STT30E
SUT30E
T30
HAT30L
HAT30N
HTT30D
HTT30L
HTT30N
HUT30L
HUT30N
LA035L
LA035N
LT035L
LT035N
LU035L
LU035N
PA035L
PA035N
PT035L
PT035N
PU035L
PU035N
SA035L
SA035N
ST035L
ST035N
SU035L
SU035N
HT035S
HU035S
LT035S
LU035S
PT035S
PU035S
ST035S
SU035S
HT035E
HU035E
LT035E
LU035E
PT035E
PU035E
ST035E
SU035E
35 Pound
HA035L
HA035N
HT035L
HT035N
HU035L
HU035N
T45
HTT45D
HTT45L
HTT45N
HUT45L
HUT45N
MTT45N
NTT45N
STT45D
STT45L
STT45N
SUT45L
SUT45N
50 Pound
HA050L
HA050N
HT050D
HT050L
HT050N
HU050L
HU050N
LA050L
LA050N
LT050L
LT050N
LU050L
LU050N
NT050N
PA050L
PA050N
PT050L
PT050N
PU050L
PU050N
SA050L
SA050N
ST050D
ST050L
ST050N
SU050L
SU050N
55 Pound
HA055L
HA055N
HT055D
HT055L
HT055N
HU055L
HU055N
SA055L
SA055N
ST055D
ST055L
ST055N
SU055L
SU055N
Not Applicable
HT050S
HU050S
LT050S
LU050S
PT050S
PU050S
ST050S
SU050S
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
HT050E
HU050E
LT050E
LU050E
PT050E
PU050E
ST050E
SU050E
HT055E
HU055E
ST055E
SU055E
Models continued on next page.
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Model Identification
(Continued)
Gas
75 Pound
HA075L
HA075N
HT075D
HT075L
HT075N
HU075L
HU075N
LA075L
LA075N
LT075L
LT075N
LU075L
LU075N
PA075L
PA075N
PT075L
PT075N
PU075L
PU075N
SA075L
SA075N
Includes models with the following control suffixes:
BC – basic electronic, coin
BL – basic electronic, central pay
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Steam
ST075D
ST075L
ST075N
SU075L
SU075N
HT075S
HU075S
LT075S
LU075S
PT075S
PU075S
ST075S
SU075S
Electric
HT075E
HU075E
LT075E
LU075E
PT075E
PU075E
ST075E
SU075E
BX – basic electronic, prep for coin
BY – basic electronic, prep for card
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Preliminary Information
About the Control
Power Failure Recovery
MDC on the commercial tumbler is a programmable
control that lets the owner control machine features by
pressing sequences of Select Cycle keypads.
If power fails during an active cycle, the cycle status is
saved in memory. If power is restored in less than four
seconds, the tumbler will automatically resume the
cycle. If the length of the power failure is greater than
four seconds, the user must press the START keypad
to resume the cycle.
MDC allows the owner to program cycles, set vend
prices, retrieve audit information and run diagnostic
tests. Tumblers shipped from the factory have a default
cycle built in. For software versions less than “S003,”
the default cycle is LOW TEMP. For software version
“S003” or higher, the default cycle is MED TEMP.
IMPORTANT: In the event of a power failure,
MDC will not have to be reprogrammed. It is
designed with a memory system that will remember
how it was programmed (for up to six years) until
the electrical power is restored.
Card Reader Communications
Card Models Only
The control will communicate with a third party card
reader, available at extra cost from various card reader
manufacturers. Contact the card reader manufacturer
of your choice for availability and additional
information.
IMPORTANT: It is extremely important that the
tumbler has a positive ground and that all
mechanical and electrical connections to MDC are
made before applying power to or operating the
tumbler.
Glossary of Terms
The following are a few terms and abbreviations to
learn. These are referred to throughout the manual:
Four-Digit Display – This term refers to the window
area of the control that displays values.
LED (Light Emitting Diode) – This term refers to the
lights on the keypads and status words of the control.
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MDC Identification
Select Cycle Keypads
START Keypad
Select Cycle keypads are used to select the specific
tumbler cycle. These keypads include HIGH TEMP,
MED TEMP, LOW TEMP, and DELICATES. The
selection of one of these keypads will light up the
corresponding LED. For software versions less than
“S003,” the default cycle is LOW TEMP. For software
version “S003” or higher, the default cycle is MED
TEMP.
The START keypad is used to start the tumbler after
the full vend price has been satisfied and the tumbler
door is closed.
Both the START keypad and the Select Cycle keypads
are used in various combinations for programming
cycles, retrieving audit information, running
diagnostic tests, and other operations described in
Entering the Manual Mode. During an active cycle
(card reader equipped machines only), the START
keypad may be pressed (with a card inserted) to add
time to a cycle.
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Four-Digit Display
7-Segment Digit
START Keypad
Select Cycle Keypads
LED Light
LED Status Lights
Figure 1
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Display Identification
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs)
COOL DOWN LED
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are used to indicate the
chosen cycle status. Refer to LED descriptions below.
The COOL DOWN LED is lit whenever the COOL
DOWN portion of a cycle or a no heat cycle is active.
The COOL DOWN LED will shut off when a cycle
ends or if enough time is added to push the cycle back
into the heated portion of a cycle.
START LED
The START keypad LED flashes whenever the
tumbler is not in a cycle, the full vend price has been
satisfied, and the tumbler door is closed. When the
START keypad is pressed, the cycle will begin or
resume. The START LED will shut off when the
START keypad is pressed. The START LED will also
flash any time a card is inserted to add time to the
current cycle.
DRYING LED
The DRYING LED is lit to indicate that a heated
portion of a cycle is currently in operation. The
DRYING LED goes off when the COOL DOWN cycle
begins.
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FOUR 7-SEGMENT DIGITS
The 7-SEGMENT DIGITS are used to display the
time remaining in a cycle, vend price, error messages
and descriptive codes. When displaying the time
remaining, the time value is displayed on the right side
of the display. When displaying the vend price, the
value is displayed on the left side of the display.
During diagnostic testing or manual programming of
the control, these digits will display descriptive codes
and values (as described in Entering the Manual
Mode).
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Tumbler Operation
Start Up
When power is applied to the tumbler, the control will
display its software version as “SXXX” (“XXX” is the
version number) for two seconds. If the control was
not powered down during a running cycle, it will enter
the Ready Mode.
Ready Mode
Vends may be satisfied by a coin drop, start pulses, or
by a third party card reader. If a coin drop is used, the
remaining vend price will decrease with each coin
entry. If start pulses are used, the remaining vend price
will decrease with each received pulse. Once the vend
is satisfied, the START LED will begin to flash and
signal will sound for ten seconds. If a third party card
reader is used, the START LED will begin to flash
when a valid cash card is entered into the reader.
When the START keypad is pressed, the tumbler will
start. The START LED will stop flashing and either
the DRYING LED or the COOL DOWN LED will be
lit. The display will change to show the remaining
cycle time on the right side of the display. The
DRYING LED will be lit during the heat portion of a
heat cycle. The COOL DOWN LED will be lit during
the cool down portion of a heat cycle and during an
entire no heat cycle.
When a cycle is complete, the Four-Digit Display will
show “00” until the door is opened, a key is pressed, a
coin or card is entered, or a start pulse is received.
When the door is opened, the Four-Digit Display will
revert back to the Ready Mode.
Entering Coins
DRY544R
Figure 2
In Ready Mode, the default cycle LED is lit, and the
full vend price is displayed as left justified.
NOTE: For software versions less than “S003,” the
default cycle is LOW TEMP. For software version
“S003” or higher, the default cycle is MED TEMP.
The user may select a different cycle, if desired. (In
card reader machines, if the selected cycle has a vend
price which differs from the default cycle, the display
will be updated to show the new price.) If another
cycle is selected, the control will flash the amount
needed to satisfy the vend shown on the display. If the
vend price is not satisfied within one minute, the
tumbler control will stop flashing the vend price and
return to the Ready Mode. The display will continue to
show the remaining vend needed to start a cycle.
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Coins are entered to satisfy the programmed vend
price for a selected cycle. Coins may be entered before
selecting a cycle or during an active cycle. When coins
are entered during an active cycle, the time remaining
is increased by the amount programmed by the owner
(refer to Programming MDC).
The owner may choose to add additional time for each
coin entered. If coins are entered for an active cycle
currently in the COOL DOWN Mode, coins entered
may push the cycle back into the DRYING Mode. The
maximum time for any cycle is 99 minutes.
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Tumbler Operation
Entering Cards
A card is entered to satisfy the programmed vend price
for a selected cycle. The card may be entered before
selecting a cycle or during an active cycle. When the
card is entered during an active cycle and the START
keypad is pressed, the time remaining is increased by
the amount programmed by the owner. Refer to
Programming MDC section.
The owner may choose to add additional time by
deducting a vend from the card or may require an
additional full vend price be deducted from the card. If
vend is deducted during an active heated cycle that is
currently in the COOL DOWN Mode, the additional
time added may put the cycle back into the DRYING
Mode. The maximum time for any cycle is 99 minutes.
Additional time cannot be added if it exceeds the
99 minute limit on a drying cycle.
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Changing Active Cycles
In non-card reader machines, the active cycle may be
changed at any time during tumbler operation. In card
reader machines, the active cycle may only be changed
if the vend price for all four cycle types is the same. If
the price differs for at least one of the cycles (tiered
pricing), the cycle type is locked in when the cycle is
started.
Opening the Tumbler Door
Opening the tumbler door in a running cycle will
automatically stop the cycle. When the tumbler door is
opened, the DRYING LED or COOL DOWN LED is
turned off.
NOTE: When the door is opened during an active
cycle, the time will continue to count down and the
Four-Digit Display will toggle every five seconds
between showing “door” and the remaining cycle
time.
Once the tumbler door is closed, the START pad LED
flashes at one second intervals until the START pad is
pushed. Pressing the START pad will start or resume
the active cycle.
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Figure 3
Signals
There are three instances when a signal may sound
during tumbler operation. The owner may program the
signal to be turned on or off (refer to Programming
MDC, option 16). These three instances are listed
below:
1. Keypad Depression Signal
The signal will sound for .25 seconds each time a
keypad is pressed.
2. Coin Input/Start Pulse Input/Card Insertion
Signal
The signal will sound for .25 seconds each time a
coin or start pulse is received or a card is entered.
3. Open/Shorted Thermistor Error
If an open or shorted thermistor is detected and
the Errors Mode is programmed on, the signal
will sound for up to 15 seconds.
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MDC Special Features
Programming MDC
Rapid Advance Feature
MDC allows the tumbler owner to program special
features with the use of the keypads. Audit, diagnostic,
cycle and vend information may be programmed and
retrieved by pressing keypad combinations.
This feature allows the user to quickly advance
through an active tumbler cycle or advance into a cycle
from the Ready Mode. This feature is useful when
tests must be performed immediately on a tumbler in
an active cycle. In this case, the user can quickly
advance the cycle to the end, perform the required
tests, and return the tumbler to the active cycle.
For details on programming cycle and vend
information, refer to Programming MDC.
Collecting Audit Information
With MDC, the tumbler owner is able to access
valuable audit information by manual access or by a
third party card reader. Audit information recorded
and available to be displayed to the owner includes
total coins entered, total start pulses received, total
cycles, and total top-offs performed.
For detailed information on using the Rapid Advance
feature, refer to Rapid Advance Feature section.
Coin Drop
The control will accept pulses from a single or dual
coin drop to satisfy vend price. Each coin drop will
have the ability to start or run a cycle.
For detailed information on audit features, refer to
Collecting Audit Information.
Start Pulse Operation
Testing Machine and MDC
Functions
The control will accept pulses from a central card
reader system (available at extra cost). The machine
can be programmed for the value of each start pulse
received. Refer to Programming MDC, option 4.
Special programmable diagnostic features built into
MDC allow the owner to test specific information with
the tumbler in the Ready Mode. By opening and
closing the service door and then pressing various
sequences of keypads, the owner may perform the
following tests:
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Dryer-On Temperature Test
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Thermistor Temperature Test
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Configuration Display
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Production Test
Service Door and Coin Vault
Openings
An open service door combined with various keypad
presses allows the control to enter manual modes of
operation. These modes include Manual
Programming, Audit Collection, and Diagnostics.
Opening the coin vault and pressing the START (enter)
keypad allows owner to access the audit information.
For detailed information on audit features, refer to
Collecting Audit Information.
For detailed information on running diagnostic tests,
refer to Testing Machine and MDC Functions.
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Opening Service Door
Stack Tumbler
Stand Alone Tumbler
To open the service door, unlock it. Push down and in
on bottom of control so that the top of the control tilts
forward.
Unlock access panel over control and remove.
Stack Tumbler
Stand-Alone Tumbler
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SELE
CT
TEMP
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INSER
HIGH
COIN T
TEMP
3
MED
LOW
TEMP
TEMP
PUSH
STAR
T
25 C
NO
HEAT
STA
RT
1
HIGH
TEMP
MED
TEMP
HIGH
TEMP
MED
LOW
TEMP
TEMP
STAR
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NO
HEAT
25 C
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TEMP T
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INSER
COIN T
HIGH
TEMP
3
MED
TEMP
PUSH
START
HIGH
TEMP
MED
TEMP
25 C
STAR
T
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SELEC
TEMP T
2
INSER
COIN T
3
PUSH
START
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TMB45R
TMB44R
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Control
Figure 4
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Entering the Manual Mode
For programming, testing, and retrieving information
from MDC, it is often necessary to enter the Manual
Mode by following the six simple steps below.
How to Enter the Manual Mode
There are four special features that MDC can enter
through Manual Mode. These features are:
1. Manual Programming (PrOg)
2. Manual Read Audit (AudT)
1. Check the mode of operation for the machine.
Manual Mode cannot be accessed in End of
Cycle Mode.
2. Open the service door. The coin drawer must be
closed.
3. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand.
3. Diagnostic Tests (dIAg)
4. Manual Rapid Advance (rAPd)
Once in the Manual Mode, continue on into one of the
features described in detail on the following pages.
Instructions on how to exit each feature are found at
the end of each feature description.
4. The Four-Digit Display will show “rAPd”.
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Figure 5
5. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the options until the
desired option appears in the display.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad.
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Programming MDC
What Can Be Programmed?
This feature allows the owner to program cycle
parameters, standard vend pricing, and other features
by using the keypads.
This section offers a detailed description of all options
available for programming.
NOTE: Options listed in boldface type are available
on software version “S003” and higher.
Each description includes instructions on when and
why the option might be used and, more importantly,
how to program the option.
For more advanced users, a quick reference list of the
options available through the Programming Mode is
located on this page.
NOTE: The letters in the Option column of the
Programmable Options List are what will show in
the Four-Digit Display when that option is selected.
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Programmable Options Available
Option
Description
AtS
Vend Price
dEn1
Coin # 1 Amount
dEn2
Coin #2 Amount
PLSE
Start Pulse Value
CyCL
Cycle Time (Minutes)
CyCS
Cycle Time (Seconds)*
Cd
Cool Down Time
C1tO
Coin #1 TopOff Time (Minutes Per Coin)
1toS
Coin #1 TopOff Time (Seconds Per Coin)*
C2tO
Coin #2 TopOff Time (Minutes Per Coin)
2toS
Coin #2 TopOff Time (Seconds Per Coin)*
HI t
High Temperature
nd t
Medium Temperature
LO t
Low Temperature
dELt
Delicate Temperature
CnFg
Configuration Value
dCyC
Default Cycle
* Minutes/Seconds must be enabled to see these options.
Refer to Configuration Display “CnFg” section on
configuration value.
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Programming MDC
1. Vend Price “AtS”
This option allows the owner to set the vend price.
The vend price will be displayed in the Four-Digit
Display.
Program this option whenever the vend price needs to
be changed.
COM3R
How to Program Vend Price
Figure 8
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
COM1R
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Figure 6
3. Press the START (enter) keypad.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “AtS” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
NOTE: The vend price can be set from 0 to 9999.
The default Vend Price is 25.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the value of
the active digit and the START (enter) keypad to
enter the value of the digit and advance to the
next digit.
7. Repeat step 6 for each of the four digits. When
the START (enter) keypad is pressed and the last
digit is the active digit, the changes to the vend
price will be saved into the memory. The next
option, “dEn1”, will appear in the Four-Digit
Display.
NOTE: To program “dEn1” (Coin #1 Amount),
refer to option 2. To program other options, refer to
the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
DRY550R
Figure 7
5. When “AtS” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. There are four
digits in Vend Price and the fourth digit will
become the active digit. The active digit will
flash one second on and one second off.
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2. Coin #1 Amount “dEn1”
This option allows the owner to set a specific
numerical value for a coin entered. For example, in the
United States, the coin value for one quarter would be
measured in cents (25). Therefore, the coin amount
entered for one quarter would be 0025.
If the Vend Price (option 1) is set for “75”, and the
Coin Amount is set for “0025”, the vend price
displayed will decrease by 25 for each coin entered.
COM3R
Figure 11
NOTE: The coin amount can be set from 0 to 9999.
The default Coin #1 Amount is 25.
How to Program Coin #1 Amount
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the value of
the active digit and the START (enter) keypad to
enter the value of the digit and advance to the
next digit.
7. Repeat step 6 for each of the four digits. When
the START (enter) keypad is pressed and the last
digit is the active digit, the changes to the coin #1
amount will be saved into the memory. The next
option, “dEn2”, will appear in the Four-Digit
Display.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 9
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “dEn1” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
NOTE: To program “dEn2” (Coin #2 Amount),
refer to option 3. To program other options, refer to
the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
DRY552R
Figure 10
5. When “dEn1” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. There are four
digits in Coin #1 Amount, and the fourth digit
will become the active digit. The active digit will
flash one second on and one second off.
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3. Coin #2 Amount “dEn2”
This option allows the owner to set a specific
numerical value for a coin entered when using the dual
coin drop. For example, the coin value for a dollar coin
would be measured in cents (100). Therefore, the coin
amount entered for one dollar coin would be 0100.
If the Vend Price (option 1) is set for “200”, and the
Coin Amount is set for “0100”, the vend price
displayed will decrease by 100 for each coin entered.
COM3R
Figure 14
NOTE: The coin amount can be set from 0 to 9999.
The default Coin #2 Amount is 100.
How to Program Coin #2 Amount
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the value of
the active digit and the START (enter) keypad to
enter the value of the digit and advance to the
next digit.
7. Repeat step 6 for each of the four digits. When
the START (enter) keypad is pressed and the last
digit is the active digit, the changes to the coin #2
amount will be saved into the memory. The next
option, “PLSE”, will appear in the Four-Digit
Display.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 12
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “dEn2” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
NOTE: To program “PLSE” (Start Pulse Value),
refer to option 4. To program other options, refer to
the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
DRY553R
Figure 13
5. When “dEn2” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. There are four
digits in Coin #2 Amount, and the fourth digit
will become the active digit. The active digit will
flash one second on and one second off.
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4. Start Pulse Value “PLSE”
This option allows the owner to program the value of
the start pulse used with an aftermarket central card
reader or pay system.
How to Program Start Pulse Value
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
COM3R
Figure 17
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
NOTE: The start pulse can be set from 0 to 9999.
The default Start Pulse Value is 25.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the value of
the active digit and the START (enter) keypad to
enter the value of the digit and advance to the
next digit.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 15
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “PLSE” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
7. Repeat step 6 for each of the four digits. When
the START (enter) keypad is pressed and the last
digit is the active digit, the changes to the start
pulse value will be saved into the memory. The
next option, “CyCL”, will appear in the FourDigit Display.
NOTE: To program “CyCL” (Cycle Time), refer to
option 5. To program other options, refer to the
appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
DRY554R
Figure 16
5. When “PLSE” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. There are four
digits in Start Pulse Value, and the fourth digit
will become the active digit. The active digit will
flash one second on and one second off.
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5. Cycle Time “CyCL” (Minutes)
This option allows the owner to set the amount of time
in minutes for all cycles.
How to Program Cycle Time
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number of minutes appears in the Four-Digit
Display. The next option will appear in the FourDigit Display. (If seconds are enabled, “CyCS”
will appear in the Four-Digit Display. If seconds
are not enabled, “Cd” will appear in the FourDigit Display.)
NOTE: To program “CyCS” (Cycle Time
[Seconds]), refer to option 6. To program “Cd”
(Cool Down Time), refer to option 7. To program
other options, refer to the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 18
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “CyCL” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
DRY555R
Figure 19
5. When “CyCL” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. The current
number of minutes set for Cycle Time will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the current
number of minutes displayed in the Four-Digit
Display to the desired number of minutes.
NOTE: The cycle time can be set from 1 to
99 minutes. The control will not allow the cycle
time to exceed 99 minutes. The default Cycle Time
is 10 minutes.
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6. Cycle Time “CyCS” (Seconds)
NOTE: This option is available on software version
“S003” or higher only.
This option allows the owner to set the amount of time
in seconds for all cycles.
The total cycle time will be the sum of cycle minutes
(programmed in “CyCL”) and the cycle seconds
(“CyCS”).
How to Program Cycle Time
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
NOTE: The cycle time can be set from 0 to
59 seconds. The control will not allow the total
cycle time to exceed 99 minutes. The default Cycle
Time is 0 seconds.
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number of minutes appears in the Four-Digit
Display. The next option, “Cd”, will appear in the
Four-Digit Display.
NOTE: To program “Cd” (Cool Down Time), refer
to option 7. To program other options, refer to the
appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 20
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “CyCS” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
TMB1267R
Figure 21
5. When “CyCS” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. The current
number of seconds set for Cycle Time will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the current
number of seconds displayed in the Four-Digit
Display to the desired number of seconds.
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7. Cool Down Time “Cd”
This option allows the owner to set the amount of cool
down time in minutes for all cycles.
How to Program Cool Down Time
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number of minutes appears in the Four-Digit
Display. The next option, “C1tO”, will appear in
the Four-Digit Display.
NOTE: To program “C1tO” (Coin #1 TopOff Time
[Minutes Per Coin]), refer to option 8. To program
other options, refer to the appropriate section.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
How to Exit Programming Feature
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 22
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “Cd” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
DRY556R
Figure 23
5. When “Cd” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. The current
number of minutes set for Cool Down Time will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the current
number of minutes displayed in the Four-Digit
Display to the desired number of minutes.
NOTE: The cool down time can be set from 1 to
15 minutes. The default Cool Down Time is
1 minute.
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8. Coin #1 TopOff Time (Minutes Per Coin)
“C1tO”
This option allows the owner to set the amount of
topoff time in minutes for Coin #1 option.
How to Program Coin #1 TopOff Time
(Minutes Per Coin)
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
NOTE: For active topoff, the coin #1 time can be set
from 1 to 99 minutes. If the coin #1 topoff time is
set to 0 minutes, topoff will be disabled and the user
must purchase a full cycle to add time to a running
cycle. The maximum amount of cycle time,
including the topoff time, is 99 minutes. The default
Coin #1 TopOff Time is 10 minutes.
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number of minutes appears in the Four-Digit
Display. The next option will appear in the FourDigit Display. (If seconds are enabled, “1toS”
will appear in the Four-Digit Display. If seconds
are not enabled, “C2tO” will appear in the FourDigit Display.)
NOTE: To program “1toS” (Coin #1 TopOff Time
[Seconds Per Coin]), refer to option 9. To program
“C2tO” (Coin #2 TopOff Time [Minutes Per
Coin]), refer to option 10. To program other
options, refer to the appropriate section.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 24
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “C1tO” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
How to Exit Programming Feature
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
DRY557R
Figure 25
5. When “C1tO” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. The current
number of minutes set for Coin #1 TopOff Time
will appear in the Four-Digit Display.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the current
number of minutes displayed in the Four-Digit
Display to the desired number of minutes.
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9. Coin #1 TopOff Time (Seconds Per
Coin) “1toS”
NOTE: This option is available on software version
“S003” or higher only.
This option allows the owner to set the amount of
topoff time in seconds for Coin #1 option.
The total topoff time for Coin #1 will be the sum of the
topoff time in minutes (“C1tO”) and seconds (“1toS”).
How to Program Coin #1 TopOff Time
(Seconds Per Coin)
NOTE: For active topoff, either the coin #1 topoff
time in minutes and/or seconds must be non-zero.
If both the topoff minutes and seconds are set to
zero, topoff will be disabled and the user must
purchase a full cycle to add time to a running cycle.
The maximum amount of cycle time, including the
topoff time, is 99 minutes. The default Coin #1
TopOff Time is 0 seconds.
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number of minutes appears in the Four-Digit
Display. The next option, “C2tO”, will appear in
the Four-Digit Display.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
NOTE: To program “C2tO” (Coin #2 TopOff Time
[Minutes Per Coin]), refer to option 10. To program
other options, refer to the appropriate section.
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
How to Exit Programming Feature
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 26
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “1toS” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
TMB1268R
Figure 27
5. When “1toS” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. The current
number of seconds set for Coin #1 TopOff Time
will appear in the Four-Digit Display.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the current
number of seconds displayed in the Four-Digit
Display to the desired number of seconds.
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10. Coin #2 TopOff Time (Minutes Per
Coin) “C2tO”
This option allows the owner to set the amount of
topoff time in minutes for the Coin #2 option.
How to Program Coin #2 TopOff Time
(Minutes Per Coin)
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
NOTE: For active topoff, the coin #2 time can be set
from 1 to 99 minutes. If the coin #2 topoff time is
set to 0 minutes, topoff will be disabled and the user
must purchase a full cycle to add time to a running
cycle. The maximum amount of cycle time,
including the topoff time, is 99 minutes. The default
Coin #2 TopOff Time is 40 minutes.
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number of minutes appears in the Four-Digit
Display. The next option will appear in the FourDigit Display. (If seconds are enabled, “2toS”
will appear in the Four-Digit Display. If seconds
are not enabled, “HI t” will appear in the FourDigit Display.)
NOTE: To program “2toS” (Coin #2 TopOff Time
[Seconds Per Coin]), refer to option 11. To program
“HI t” (High Temperature), refer to option 12. To
program other options, refer to the appropriate
section.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 28
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “C2tO” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
How to Exit Programming Feature
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
DRY558R
Figure 29
5. When “C2tO” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. The current
number of minutes set for Coin #2 TopOff Time
will appear in the Four-Digit Display.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the current
number of minutes displayed in the Four-Digit
Display to the desired number of minutes.
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11. Coin #2 TopOff Time (Seconds Per
Coin) “2toS”
NOTE: This option is available on software version
“S003” or higher only.
This option allows the owner to set the amount of
topoff time in minutes for the Coin #2 option.
The total topoff time for Coin #2 will be the sum of the
topoff time in minutes (“C2tO”) and seconds (“2toS”).
How to Program Coin #2 TopOff Time
(Seconds Per Coin)
NOTE: For active topoff, either the coin #2 topoff
time in minutes and/or seconds must be non-zero.
If both the topoff minutes and seconds are set to
zero, topoff will be disabled and the user must
purchase a full cycle to add time to a running cycle.
The maximum amount of cycle time, including the
topoff time, is 99 minutes. The default Coin #2
TopOff Time is 0 seconds.
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number of minutes appears in the Four-Digit
Display. The next option, “HI t”, will appear in
the Four-Digit Display.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
NOTE: To program “HI t” (High Temperature),
refer to option 12. To program other options, refer
to the appropriate section.
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
How to Exit Programming Feature
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 30
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “2toS” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
TMB1269R
Figure 31
5. When “2toS” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. The current
number of seconds set for Coin #2 TopOff Time
will appear in the Four-Digit Display.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the current
number of seconds displayed in the Four-Digit
Display to the desired number of seconds.
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12. High Temperature “HI t”
This option allows the owner to set the temperature of
the High Temperature cycle.
NOTE: The temperature in a tumbler is
programmable in 5°F increments from 100°F to
190°F (38°C to 88°C). No Heat may be
programmed for any cycle. The default High
Temperature is 190°F (88°C).
NOTE: Temperatures will be displayed in
Fahrenheit or Celsius, depending on the
programmed Configuration setting (option 16). A
display of “n H” indicates a No Heat cycle.
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
temperature appears in the Four-Digit Display.
The next option, “nd t”, will appear in the FourDigit Display.
NOTE: To program “nd t” (Medium Temperature),
refer to option 13. To program other options, refer
to the appropriate section.
How to Program High Temperature
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
How to Exit Programming Feature
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 32
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “HI t” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
DRY559R
Figure 33
5. When “HI t” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. The current
temperature set for High Temperature will appear
in the Four-Digit Display.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the current
temperature displayed in the Four-Digit Display
to the desired temperature.
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13. Medium Temperature “nd t”
This option allows the owner to set the temperature of
the Medium Temperature cycle.
NOTE: The temperature in a tumbler is
programmable in 5°F increments from 100°F to
190°F (38°C to 88°C). No Heat may be
programmed for any cycle. The default Medium
Temperature is 180°F (82°C).
NOTE: Temperatures will be displayed in
Fahrenheit or Celsius, depending on the
programmed Configuration setting (option 16). A
display of “n H” indicates a No Heat cycle.
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
temperature appears in the Four-Digit Display.
The next option, “LO t”, will appear in the FourDigit Display.
NOTE: To program “LO t” (Low Temperature),
refer to option 14. To program other options, refer
to the appropriate section.
How to Program Medium Temperature
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
How to Exit Programming Feature
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 34
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “nd t” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
DRY560R
Figure 35
5. When “nd t” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. The current
temperature set for Medium Temperature will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the current
temperature displayed in the Four-Digit Display
to the desired temperature.
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14. Low Temperature “LO t”
This option allows the owner to set the temperature of
the Low Temperature cycle.
NOTE: The temperature in a tumbler is
programmable in 5°F increments from 100°F to
190°F (38°C to 88°C). No Heat may be
programmed for any cycle. The default Low
Temperature is 160°F (71°C).
NOTE: Temperatures will be displayed in
Fahrenheit or Celsius, depending on the
programmed Configuration setting (option 16). A
display of “n H” indicates a No Heat cycle.
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
temperature appears in the Four-Digit Display.
The next option, “dELt”, will appear in the FourDigit Display.
NOTE: To program “dELt” (Delicates
Temperature), refer to option 15. To program other
options, refer to the appropriate section.
How to Program Low Temperature
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
How to Exit Programming Feature
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 36
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “LO t” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
DRY561R
Figure 37
5. When “LO t” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. The current
temperature set for Low Temperature will appear
in the Four-Digit Display.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the current
temperature displayed in the Four-Digit Display
to the desired temperature.
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15. Delicates Temperature “dELt”
This option allows the owner to set the temperature of
the Delicates Temperature cycle.
NOTE: The temperature in a tumbler is
programmable in 5°F increments from 100°F to
190°F (38°C to 88°C). No Heat may be
programmed for any cycle. The default Delicates
Temperature is 130°F (54°C).
NOTE: Temperatures will be displayed in
Fahrenheit or Celsius, depending on the
programmed Configuration setting (option 16). A
display of “n H” indicates a No Heat cycle.
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
temperature appears in the Four-Digit Display.
The next option, “CnFg”, will appear in the FourDigit Display.
NOTE: To program “CnFg” (Configuration
Display), refer to option 16. To program other
options, refer to the appropriate section.
How to Program Delicates Temperature
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
How to Exit Programming Feature
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 38
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “dELt” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
DRY562R
Figure 39
5. When “dELt” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. The current
temperature set for Delicates Temperature will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the current
temperature displayed in the Four-Digit Display
to the desired temperature.
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16. Configuration Display “CnFg”
Software versions less than “S003”:
This option allows the owner to turn ON or turn OFF
preprogrammed capabilities within MDC.
Configuration values 0-61 are available.
How to Program Configuration Display
Configuration values 0-63 limit the time remaining
display to minutes only. Configuration values 64-125
offer the minutes/seconds option for the time
remaining display. Select the appropriate program
configuration value between 64 and 125 to enable
minutes and seconds capability options.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 40
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “CnFg” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
Software version “S003” and higher:
7. Repeat step 6 for each of the three digits. When
the START (enter) keypad is pressed and the last
digit is the active digit, the changes to the
configuration value will be saved into the
memory. The next option will appear in the FourDigit Display. (On software versions less than
“S003”, the first option, “Ats”, will appear in the
Four-Digit Display. On software version “S003”
and higher, “dCyC” will appear in the Four-Digit
Display.)
NOTE: To program “dCyC” (Default Cycle), refer
to option 17. To program other options, refer to the
appropriate section.
1. vBe sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
DRY563R
Figure 41
5. When “CnFg” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. There are three
digits in the configuration value and the third
digit will become the active digit. The active digit
will flash one second on and one second off.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the value of
the active digit and the START (enter) keypad to
enter the value of the digit and advance to the
next digit.
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Configuration Programming
Use Table 1 to turn on or turn off preprogrammed
Minutes/Minutes and Seconds, Card Reader Display
Control, Fahrenheit/Celsius, Audio Signal, Errors
Mode, Coin Drop #1, and OPL Mode.
Minutes/
Minutes and Seconds*
To change any or all of these configuration options,
review the following descriptions carefully and choose
the appropriate configuration value from Table 1.
Enter the appropriate value in step 5 on the previous
page.
This option limits the time remaining display to minutes only (MM) or shows the time
remaining display in minutes and seconds (MMSS).
MM** = Configuration value limited to minutes
MMSS = Configuration value available in minutes and seconds
Card Reader Display
Control
This option, when enabled, prevents the control from displaying certain card operation-related
messages on the Four-Digit Display to allow a third party card reader to display messages on
the Four-Digit Display.
ON = Turns off control generated display messages
OFF** = Turns on control generated display messages
This option determines whether the temperature will be displayed in Fahrenheit or Celsius.
Fahrenheit/Celsius
Fahrenheit** = Turns on Fahrenheit display and turns off Celsius display
Celsius = Turns on Celsius display and turns off Fahrenheit display
This option turns on or off the audio signal which, when turned on, sounds for keypad
depression, coin/start pulse input and card insertion, and open/shorted thermistor error.
Audio Signal
ON** = Turns on audio signal
OFF = Turns off audio signal
This option determines whether all errors are displayed. Refer to Errors Mode.
Errors Mode
ON** = Turns on errors in Four-Digit Display
OFF = Turns off errors in Four-Digit Display
Coin Drop #1
This option determines whether the control will accept pulses from Coin Drop #1.
Coin Drop #1** = Turns on Coin Drop #1
This option determines whether a vend is required to start a cycle. Refer to OPL Mode.
OPL Mode
ON = No vend is required to start a cycle
OFF** = Vend is required to start a cycle
* The Minutes/Minutes and Seconds option is available in software version “S003” or higher only.
** Factory default setting
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Config
Value
Minutes/
Minutes
and
Seconds
Card Reader
Display
Control
Fahrenheit/
Celsius
Audio
Signal
Errors
Mode
Coin Drop #1
OPL
Mode
0
MM
OFF
Fahrenheit
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
1
MM
OFF
Fahrenheit
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
4
MM
OFF
Fahrenheit
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
5
MM
OFF
Fahrenheit
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
8
MM
OFF
Fahrenheit
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
9
MM
OFF
Fahrenheit
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
12*
MM
OFF
Fahrenheit
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
13
MM
OFF
Fahrenheit
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
16
MM
OFF
Celsius
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
17
MM
OFF
Celsius
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
20
MM
OFF
Celsius
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
21
MM
OFF
Celsius
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
24
MM
OFF
Celsius
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
25
MM
OFF
Celsius
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
28
MM
OFF
Celsius
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
29
MM
OFF
Celsius
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
32
MM
ON
Fahrenheit
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
33
MM
ON
Fahrenheit
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
36
MM
ON
Fahrenheit
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
37
MM
ON
Fahrenheit
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
40
MM
ON
Fahrenheit
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
41
MM
ON
Fahrenheit
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
44
MM
ON
Fahrenheit
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
45
MM
ON
Fahrenheit
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
48
MM
ON
Celsius
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
49
MM
ON
Celsius
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
52
MM
ON
Celsius
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
53
MM
ON
Celsius
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
56
MM
ON
Celsius
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
57
MM
ON
Celsius
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
60
MM
ON
Celsius
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
61
MM
ON
Celsius
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
* Factory default setting
Table 1 (Continued)
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Table 1 (Continued)
Config
Value
Minutes/
Minutes
and
Seconds
Card Reader
Display
Control
Fahrenheit/
Celsius
Audio
Signal
Errors
Mode
Coin Drop #1
OPL
Mode
64**
MMSS
OFF
Fahrenheit
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
65**
MMSS
OFF
Fahrenheit
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
68**
MMSS
OFF
Fahrenheit
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
69**
MMSS
OFF
Fahrenheit
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
72**
MMSS
OFF
Fahrenheit
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
73**
MMSS
OFF
Fahrenheit
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
76**
MMSS
OFF
Fahrenheit
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
77**
MMSS
OFF
Fahrenheit
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
80**
MMSS
OFF
Celsius
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
81**
MMSS
OFF
Celsius
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
84**
MMSS
OFF
Celsius
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
85**
MMSS
OFF
Celsius
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
88**
MMSS
OFF
Celsius
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
89**
MMSS
OFF
Celsius
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
92**
MMSS
OFF
Celsius
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
93**
MMSS
OFF
Celsius
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
96**
MMSS
ON
Fahrenheit
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
97**
MMSS
ON
Fahrenheit
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
100**
MMSS
ON
Fahrenheit
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
101**
MMSS
ON
Fahrenheit
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
104**
MMSS
ON
Fahrenheit
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
105**
MMSS
ON
Fahrenheit
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
108**
MMSS
ON
Fahrenheit
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
109**
MMSS
ON
Fahrenheit
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
112**
MMSS
ON
Celsius
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
113**
MMSS
ON
Celsius
OFF
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
116**
MMSS
ON
Celsius
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
117**
MMSS
ON
Celsius
OFF
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
120**
MMSS
ON
Celsius
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
OFF
121**
MMSS
ON
Celsius
ON
OFF
Coin Drop #1
ON
124**
MMSS
ON
Celsius
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
OFF
125**
MMSS
ON
Celsius
ON
ON
Coin Drop #1
ON
** Configuration values 64-125 available in software
version “S003” or higher only.
Table 1
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Programming MDC
17. Default Cycle
NOTE: To program other options, refer to the
appropriate section.
NOTE: This option is available on software version
“S003” or higher only.
How to Exit Programming Feature
1. Be sure the control shows a programmable
option, not a value.
This option allows the owner to set the default
temperature for the unit.
NOTE: The default of the Default Cycle is MED
TEMP.
How to Program Default Cycle
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
revert back to the previous mode of operation.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering Manual Mode.
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “PrOg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
COM1R
COM1R
Figure 42
3. Press the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “dCyC” appears in the Four-Digit
Display.
TMB1270R
TMB1270R
Figure 43
5. When “dCyC” appears in the Four-Digit Display,
press the START (enter) keypad. The current
default temperature setting will appear.
6. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the following cycle
temperature options: HI (high), nd (medium), LO
(low) or dEL (delicate).
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the desired
cycle temperature is displayed in the Four-Digit
Display.
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Collecting Audit Information
This feature allows the owner to retrieve audit
information stored in the tumbler by pressing a
sequence of pads on the control. For an explanation of
the audit options available, refer to the Audit Options
List on this page.
How to Enter Audit Feature
There are two methods the owner can use to enter the
Audit Feature.
Entering the Audit Feature by Manual
Mode
Audit Options List
Four-Digit
Display
C1
Total Number of Coins #1
C2
Total Number of Coins #2
CyC
Total Number of Machine Cycles
TOC1
Total Number of Coin #1 TopOffs
TOC2
Total Number of Coin #2 TopOffs
SP
1. Control must be in the Manual Mode to start.
Refer to Entering the Manual Mode.
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “AUdt” appears in the FourDigit Display.
Description
TOSP
Total Number of Start Pulses
Total Number of Start Pulse TopOffs
Table 2
2. Once the desired option appears in the Four-Digit
Display, press the START (enter) keypad once to
display the audit count. At this point, the display
will show the four-digit number of the audit
value.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad again. The
control will go to the next audit option in the
Audit Options List.
4. To select other audit options, repeat steps 1-3.
COM2R
COM2R
Figure 44
3. Press the START (enter) keypad. “C1” will
appear in the Four-Digit Display.
Entering the Audit Feature with the Coin
Vault Open
(This method is not available if control is in OPL
Mode. Refer to Programming MDC, option 16, for
information on turning OPL Mode on and off.)
1. Open coin vault.
How to Exit Audit Feature When
Using Manual Mode
1. Be sure the control shows an audit option, not a
value.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The control will
return to the previous mode of operation.
NOTE: To exit Audit Feature when using Coin
Vault Open method, close coin vault.
NOTE: The service door must be closed on
machines with controls that have software version
“S003” or higher.
2. Press START (enter) keypad.
How to Read Audit Data
1. Use the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES (∨)
keypad to scroll through various options until the
desired option is displayed in the Four-Digit
Display. Refer to Table 2 for an explanation of
the audit options available.
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Testing Machine and MDC Functions
This feature allows the owner to run diagnostic tests
on various tumbler operations without servicing the
tumbler. The following tests are available:
●
Dryer-On Temperature Test
●
Thermistor Temperature Test
●
Configuration Display
How to Exit Testing Feature
While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP keypad
with one hand, press the MED TEMP keypad with the
other hand. The display will return to the previous
mode of operation.
Diagnostic (Testing) Mode –
Quick Reference Table
How to Enter Testing Feature
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “dIAg” appears in the FourDigit Display.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad. Display will
change to “d001”.
4. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad to scroll through the diagnostic test
options.
Test Number
Diagnostic
Mode
Four-Digit
Display
d001
Dryer-On
Temperature Test
F--- or C---
d002
Thermistor
Temperature Test
FXXX or CXXX
d003
Configuration
Display
AXXX
Table 3
How to Start Tests
To start a diagnostic test, refer to Table 3. Press the
START (enter) keypad when the desired test number is
displayed. For detailed information on each test, read
the appropriate description on the following page.
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Diagnostic Test Descriptions
Configuration Display Test
Dryer-On Temperature Test
This option will show the machine configuration
values. To start test, control must be in the Testing
Mode. Refer to “How to Start Tests” at the beginning
of this section.
This option tests the temperature inside the cylinder
while running a cycle. To start test, control must be in
the Testing Mode (control must have entered Testing
Mode from the Ready Mode). Refer to “How to Start
Tests” at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The FourDigit Display will show “F---” or “C---” with “---”
showing the degrees, “F” showing Fahrenheit and “C”
showing Celsius. The control will show this display
while running the cycle, with the temperature
increasing as the cylinder temperature increases. The
tumbler will continue to heat until the temperature for
the selected cycle is reached. Once this occurs, the
tumbler will perform a one-minute cool down. The
display will show “01” during the cool down. The
display will change to “00” once the cool down is
complete.
To exit the Dryer-On Temperature Test, press the
HIGH TEMP keypad with one hand and the MED
TEMP keypad with the other hand. The control will
change to “00” and the cycle will terminate.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The FourDigit Display will show “AXXX” with “XXX”
showing the configuration value. The value can be
used to determine what type of machine the control
recognizes it is installed in.
Configuration Display Value
Machine Type
Value
25 and 30 Pound Tumbler
2
35 and 55 Pound Tumbler
5
T30 and T45 Tumbler
4
50 and 75 Pound Tumbler
12
Table 4
Thermistor Temperature Test
This option displays the temperature sensed at the
thermistor in 5°F increments. To start test, control
must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to “How to Start
Tests” at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The FourDigit Display will show “FXXX” or “CXXX” with
“XXX” showing the degrees, “F” showing Fahrenheit,
and “C” showing Celsius.
To exit the Thermistor Temperature Test, press the
HIGH TEMP keypad with one hand and the MED
TEMP keypad with the other hand. The control will
return to the previous mode of operation.
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Testing Machine and MDC Functions
Production Test Cycle
The factory Production Test Cycle may be entered by
commands from the keypad. The loading door must be
closed and the control must be in the Ready Mode.
To Enter Production Test Cycle
1. Be certain control is in Ready Mode and access
panel and coin vault are open.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the LOW TEMP
keypad with the other hand.
3. When the control enters the Production Test
Cycle, it will first display “SXXX” with the
“XXX” showing the software version of the
control. The control will remain in this mode
until a key is pressed. Refer to Table 5 for all tests
in the Production Test Cycle.
4. The control will advance through the sequence of
test steps whenever a keypad is pressed.
To Exit Production Test Cycle
The control must be powered down to end the test.
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Production Test Cycle Quick Reference Table
Display
Test Mode
Comments
SXXX
Software Version
XXX is the software version number.
All LEDs and
display segments
will light
Show Mode
None
AXXX
Configuration Display
XXX is machine configuration value.
CXCX
Coin Test
X is the number of coins entered. If dual coin drops are installed,
coin drop #1 will be shown on the left of the display and coin drop
#2 will be shown on the right of the display. If single coin drop is
used, only one coin count will be displayed and the other side will
remain at zero.
U XX
Coin Vault Test
XX is the number of coin vault openings.
A XX
Access Panel Test
XX is the number of access panel openings.
Degrees in 5°
increments, SH, OH
Thermistor Temperature
Test
The temperature will be displayed in either Fahrenheit or Celsius
depending on machine’s configuration (refer to Programming
MDC, option 16). If control senses a shorted thermistor, SH will be
displayed. If control senses an open thermistor, OP will be
displayed.
PadX
Keypad Test
When a key is pressed, the control will display the number assigned
to the keypad (1 – HIGH TEMP, 2 – LOW TEMP, 3 – MED TEMP,
4 – DELICATES, 5 – START). As each keypad is pressed, its
corresponding LED will be lit and remain on for the duration of the
test. When all keypads have been pressed, the control will advance
to 10 Minute Test Cycle.
10
10 Minute Test Cycle
Determines if tumbler can function in a MED TEMP cycle for
10 minutes. START pad will flash one second on and one second
off. The START pad can be used to decrease time remaining. If
START pad is not pressed within 4.25 minutes, the control will
return to Ready Mode.
Table 5
NOTE: If power to the control is turned off before
10 Minute Test Cycle has ended, the cycle will be
cleared from control.
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OPL Mode
The control can be placed in an OPL Mode in which
no vend price needs to be satisfied to start the machine.
When in OPL Mode, the cycle can be started by
selecting the cycle and pressing the START (enter)
keypad. If the START (enter) keypad is pressed while
a cycle is active, the Coin #1 TopOff Time will be
added to the current cycle time. The cycle can be
advanced to the end of the cycle by pressing the
DELICATES keypad with one hand and pressing the
LOW TEMP keypad with the other hand.
NOTE: The default for OPL Mode is OFF.
Refer to Programming MDC, option 16, to program
the OPL Mode.
Errors Mode
When Errors Mode is turned on (refer to
Configuration Programming, option 16) and an open
or shorted thermistor error is sensed, the tumbler
control will stop the running cycle, sound the audio
signal, and the Four-Digit Display will show “EOP”
for open thermistor or “ESH” for shorted thermistor.
The audio signal will sound for 15 seconds or until the
user presses a keypad. In either case, the error will
remain on the Four-Digit Display until the control no
longer senses the open or shorted thermistor and the
user presses a keypad. Once the error occurs, tumbler
operation will be locked out until the error clears.
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When Errors Mode is turned off (refer to
Configuration Programming, option 16), open and
shorted thermistor errors will not be shown on the
Four-Digit Display. If an open or shorted thermistor is
sensed by the control, the cycle will continue but the
heat will not turn on. When a new cycle is started, the
heat may come on again, but will be forced off as soon
as the open or shorted thermistor condition is sensed
by the control. Tumbler operation is not locked out
when Errors Mode is turned off.
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Rapid Advance Feature
The Rapid Advance feature allows the owner to
quickly advance through active cycles or advance into
a cycle from the Ready Mode.
How to Enter Rapid Advance from
Ready Mode
How to Enter Rapid Advance During
an Active Cycle
1. Be certain access panel is open and the coin vault
is closed.
1. If control is in Ready Mode, control must be put
into Manual Mode. Refer to Entering the
Manual Mode.
2. While pressing and holding the HIGH TEMP
keypad with one hand, press the MED TEMP
keypad with the other hand. The Four-Digit
Display will show “rAPd”.
2. Press the LOW TEMP (∧) or the DELICATES
(∨) keypad until “rAPd” appears in the display.
Control must be in the Manual Mode to use the Rapid
Advance feature.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad. The Four-Digit
Display will show the cycle time and START
(enter) keypad LED will flash.
While in the Rapid Advance feature, pressing the
START (enter) keypad will advance the cycle time by
one minute. Pressing and holding the START (enter)
keypad will advance the cycle four minutes for every
second the START (enter) keypad is held down.
4. Press the START (enter) keypad to start cycle.
While in the Rapid Advance feature, pressing the
START (enter) keypad will advance the cycle time by
one minute. Pressing and holding the START (enter)
keypad will advance the cycle four minutes for every
second the START (enter) keypad is held down.
Continue pressing the START (enter) keypad until the
cycle is completed.
How to Exit Rapid Advance Feature
Advance through the cycles until reaching the Ready
Mode.
Power Fail Recovery
The Power Fail Recovery feature allows the cycle status
to be saved in memory in the event of a power failure.
If the power failure lasted less than four (4) seconds,
the cycle will resume without requiring the user to
press the START (enter) keypad to restart.
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If the power failure lasted longer than four (4) seconds,
control will enter Start Mode. When the START
keypad is pressed, the cycle will resume from the point
at which the power failure occurred.
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Default Tumbler Settings
Default Settings
Default
Cycle Time (Minutes)
10 minutes
Cycle Time (Seconds)*
0 seconds
Cool Down Time
1 minute
High Temperature
190°F
Medium Temperature
180°F
Low Temperature
160°F
Delicates Temperature
130°F
Coin #1 TopOff Time (Minutes Per Coin)
10 minutes
Coin #1 TopOff Time (Seconds Per Coin)* 0 seconds
Coin #2 TopOff Time (Minutes Per Coin)
40 minutes
Coin #2 TopOff Time (Seconds Per Coin)* 0 seconds
Coin #1 Value
25
Coin #2 Value
100
Start Pulse Value
25
Vend Price
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Control Configurations
Minutes/Minutes and Seconds **
Minutes
Card Reader Display Control
OFF
Fahrenheit/Celsius
Fahrenheit
Audio Signal
ON
Errors Mode
ON
Coin Drop #1
Coin Drop #1
OPL Mode
OFF
Default Cycle
MED TEMP
*
This option available in software version “S003” or
higher and if “seconds” is turned on in Configuration
parameter. Refer to Configuration Display “CnFg”
section.
** Available in software version “S003” or higher only.
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