Alliance Laundry Systems HCN020HCF Instruction manual

Programming
Washer-Extractor
Refer to Page 4 for Model Numbers
CHM1775C
Keep These Instructions for Future Reference.
(If this machine changes ownership, this manual must accompany machine.)
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April 2012
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.
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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 washer-extractors. These
factors MUST BE supplied by the person(s)
installing, maintaining, or operating the washerextractor.
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 ...........................................................................
Preliminary Information....................................................................
About the Control .................................................................................
Glossary of Terms.................................................................................
Power Failure Recovery .......................................................................
Communications ...................................................................................
Control Identification.........................................................................
Select Cycle Pads..................................................................................
Display Identification .........................................................................
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) .............................................................
Machine Operation.............................................................................
Start Up.................................................................................................
Ready Mode..........................................................................................
Partial Vend Mode................................................................................
Start Mode ............................................................................................
Door Locking Mode .............................................................................
Run Mode .............................................................................................
End of Cycle Mode...............................................................................
Cycle Sequence.....................................................................................
Door Unlocking Mode..........................................................................
Signals...................................................................................................
Changing Cycles...................................................................................
Special Features ..................................................................................
Programming Control ...........................................................................
Collecting Audit Information ...............................................................
Testing Machine and Control Functions...............................................
Rapid Advance Feature.........................................................................
Clearing the Vend Feature ....................................................................
Communications Mode.........................................................................
Coin Drop .............................................................................................
Start Pulse Operation ............................................................................
Top Cover and Coin Vault Openings ...................................................
OPL Mode ............................................................................................
Opening the Top Cover ......................................................................
Entering the Manual Mode................................................................
How to Enter the Manual Mode ...........................................................
Programming Control ........................................................................
What Can Be Programmed? .................................................................
Programmable Options Available.........................................................
Programming Flowcharts......................................................................
1. Cycle Vend Price “AtS”...............................................................
2. Coin #1 Value “dEn1” .................................................................
3. Coin #2 Value “dEn2” .................................................................
4. Start Pulse Value “PLSE” ............................................................
5. Start Pulse Mode “PLSn”.............................................................
6. Available Type “AtyP” ................................................................
7. Default Cycle “dCYC” ................................................................
8. OPL Mode Enable/Disable “oPL” ...............................................
9. Audio Signal “AUd” ....................................................................
10. Error Code Programming “Err-”..................................................
11. Cycle Programming “CyC-” ........................................................
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12. Supply/Compartment Dispenser Programming “SUPC”
(Design 1 Models Only)...............................................................
13. Number of Balance Retries “bALr”
(Variable Frequency Drives Only)...............................................
14. IR Access (On/Off) “IrA” ............................................................
15. Fahrenheit/Celsius “t FC” (Models with Heat)............................
16. Hot Water Temperature “FH”......................................................
17. Warm Water Temperature “FHC” ...............................................
18. Cold Water Temperature “FC” ....................................................
19. Cooldown Enable/Temperature “Codn” (Models with Heat)......
20. Production Test Cycle (On/Off) “PtEn” ......................................
21. Manual Rapid Advance (On/Off) “rAEn” ...................................
22. No Cycle Time Display “nCtd” ...................................................
23. Programmable Cycle Time Display “PCtd” ................................
24. Slow Drain Detection Adjust Value “SdAd”...............................
25. Pause/Resume Mode (On/Off) “SPAU” ......................................
Collecting Audit Information ............................................................
Manual Reset.......................................................................................
Testing Machine and
Electronic Control Functions.............................................................
Production Test Cycle...........................................................................
Error Codes.........................................................................................
Rapid Advance Feature......................................................................
Clear Vend Feature ............................................................................
Power Fail Recovery...........................................................................
Communications Mode ......................................................................
Infra-red Communications....................................................................
Default Cycles......................................................................................
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Model Identification
Information in this manual is applicable to these
machine models:
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HCL020HDF
HCN020HY2
HCN040HCF
HCN060HYF
HCU030HC2
HCL030HDF
HCN020HYF
HCN040HD2
HCN080HCF
HCU030HX2
HCL040HC2
HCN030HC2
HCN040HY2
HCN080HCV
HCU040HC2
HCL040HDF
HCN030HCF
HCN040HYF
HCN080HDF
HCU040HX2
HCL040HE2
HCN030HD2
HCN060HC2
HCN080HYF
HCU060HC2
HCN020HC2
HCN030HY2
HCN060HCF
HCN080HYV
HCU060HX2
HCN020HCF
HCN030HYF
HCN060HDF
HCU020HC2
HCU080HCF
HCN020HD2
HCN040HC2
HCN060HY2
HCU020HX2
HCU080HXF
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Preliminary Information
About the Control
Power Failure Recovery
This control is an advanced, programmable computer
that lets the owner control most machine features by
pressing a sequence of keypads. Refer to Figure 1.
If a cycle is in progress and the power fails, the cycle
status is saved in memory. When the power recovers,
the machine will resume into the previously active
cycle automatically without any user input if the
length of the power failure was less than two minutes.
The control allows the owner to program custom
cycles, set vend prices, retrieve audit information, run
diagnostic tests, program special vend features and
other programmable features. Refer to Programming
Control for a list of features. Machines shipped from
the factory have a default cycle and wash temperature
setting of Delicate Warm built in. However, the owner
can change the default cycle, or any cycle, as needs
permit.
IMPORTANT: In the event of a power failure, the
control 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.
IMPORTANT: It is extremely important that the
machine has a good ground connection and that all
mechanical and electrical connections to the control
are made before applying power to or operating the
machine.
Glossary of Terms
If the length of the power failure is greater than two
minutes, the control will enter Start Mode and the user
must press START to resume the cycle.
Communications
The control may be programmed manually or by infrared communication with an external device.
Infra-red Communications
An external device, such as a PDA, allows the owner
to program the control without touching the keypad.
An external device greatly expands the programming
options available to the owner. However, it is not
required to program and operate the machine. The
operation of an external device and the advanced
features available are covered separately in the
instructions included with the external device
software. Contact Alliance Laundry Systems for a list
of approved PDAs and other external devices.
The following are a few terms and abbreviations to
learn. These are referred to throughout the instructions.
Display – This term refers to the window area of the
control that displays words and values.
LED (Light Emitting Diode) – This term refers to the
lights next to the keypads and status words of
the control.
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Control Identification
Select Cycle Pads
Refer to Figure 1.
Select Cycle pads are used to select the specific
washer cycle. These pads include Hot, Warm, Cold,
Heavy Hot, Delicate Warm, Delicate Cold, Quick Hot
and Quick Warm. These pads allow the user to select a
cycle other than the default cycle (Delicate Warm).
The Select Cycle keypads are not active after the first
fill step of the cycle.
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The selected cycle is indicated by the light (LED) on
the pad. Pressing the flashing START pad will confirm
the selection and the cycle will begin. When the card
reader is used, pressing the START pad will start the
cycle and deduct the vend price from the card.
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CHM1775C
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LED Status Lights
Select Cycle Pads
Display
Four 7-Segment Digits
START (enter) Pad
LED Light
Figure 1
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Display Identification
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs)
Door LED
Refer to Figure 1.
Door LED is lit whenever the door is locked. The door
can’t be opened when this LED is lit.
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are used to indicate the
chosen cycle, cycle status, if vend is needed, when the
bleach compartment is dispensing, and door lock
information. See below for information on each LED.
Cycle LED (Hot, Warm, Cold, Heavy Hot,
Delicate Warm, Delicate Cold, Quick Hot
and Quick Warm)
Cycle LED will remain lit the entire cycle.
Wash LED
Wash LED is lit at the beginning of a wash portion of
the cycle and will remain lit until the wash is
complete.
Bleach LED
Bleach LED is lit when bleach compartment is
dispensing for the first time in the cycle.
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. During diagnostic testing or manual
programming of the control, these digits will display
descriptive codes and values (as described in Entering
the Manual Mode).
Rinse LED
Rinse LED is lit at the beginning of a rinse portion of
the cycle and will remain lit until the rinse is complete.
Spin LED
Spin LED is lit during the Final Spin portion of the
cycle.
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Machine Operation
Start Up
Door Locking Mode
When power is applied to the machine, the control will
display its software version as “S xx” (“xx” is the
version number) for one (1) second. If the control was
not powered down during a running cycle, it will enter
Ready Mode, Partial Vend Mode or Start Mode.
The control enters this mode after the START (enter)
keypad is pressed in Start Mode. The control stays in
Door Locking Mode until it confirms the door is
closed and locked.
Ready Mode
In this mode of operation the control indicates the
current selected cycle by lighting the LEDs. The full
current vend price for the cycle appears in the display.
To start the cycle, the user must satisfy the vend price
and then press the START keypad.
The user will be able to select a different cycle by
pressing a cycle pad when the machine is in Ready
Mode.
Partial Vend Mode
The control enters this mode when part of the vend
price has been entered, but not enough vend is entered
to satisfy the vend price. The control will display the
remaining vend price needed to start the cycle.
The user will be able to select a different cycle by
pressing a cycle pad when the machine is in Partial
Vend Mode.
Start Mode
The control enters this mode when the full vend price
is satisfied, the vend price is zero, the control is in
OPL Mode or the correct Drop Off Mode key
sequence is entered. The START pad LED will flash
one (1) second on and one (1) second off. If Start
Mode is entered because the vend price is satisfied or
the control is in OPL Mode, the display will show
“PUSH” for one (1) second, “Strt” for one (1) second
and the current cycle time for one (1) second. If Start
Mode is entered because the vend price is zero, the
display will show “FREE”. When first entering Start
Mode, a signal will sound for one (1) second on and
one (1) second off for 10 seconds if Signal for Start is
enabled.
After pressing the START keypad, the door will lock
and the cycle will begin.
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Run Mode
The control enters this mode when a cycle is running.
The time remaining appears in the display, the status
LED’s are lit and the loading door is locked.
End of Cycle Mode
When a cycle is complete, the control will display “00”
until the washer door is opened, a key is pressed, or a
coin/card is entered. The display will revert back to Ready
Mode if door is opened or keypad is pressed. If vend is
entered, the control will change to Partial Vend Mode or
Start Mode.
Cycle Sequence
Upon the start of a cycle, the control will display the
total cycle time. The appropriate LEDs will light while
the machine passes through different cycle steps. Any
coin entered after the cycle has been started will be
ignored, but added to the total coin counter.
Door Unlocking Mode
The control enters this mode after cycle has ended. The
control waits for confirmation that door is unlocked.
Once confirmation is received that door is unlocked,
control will enter End of Cycle Mode.
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Machine Operation
Signals
Changing Cycles
There are five options when a signal can be used during
the washer operation. These five options are listed below:
1. End of Cycle Signal
By default, this signal is turned off. If turned on, the
signal sounds for three (3) seconds at the end of a
cycle.
2. Signal On Keypad Depression
By default, this signal is turned on and sounds for
a quarter of a second each time a keypad is pressed.
3. Signal On Coin Input/Card Insertion
By default, this signal is turned on and will sound
for a quarter of a second each time a coin or card
is entered.
4. Signal for Card Removal (Card Models Only)
By default, this signal is turned on and will sound
one (1) second on and one (1) second off when
the control is prompting for card removal.
5. Signal for Start
By default, this signal is turned on and will sound
one (1) second on and one (1) second off for 10
seconds after vend price has been satisfied.
NOTE: Refer to Programming Control to program
signal options.
Cycles can be changed anytime during the first Fill
step. After the first fill step, all key presses are
ignored.
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Special Features
Programming Control
The control allows the machine owner to program the
control with the use of the keypad. Cycle and vend
options may be programmed, audit information may
be viewed and diagnostic tests may be run by pressing
combinations of the Select Cycle keypads.
For details on programming Select Cycle and vend
options, refer to Programming Control.
Collecting Audit Information
The control will store audit information in its memory
that can be retrieved by pressing various combinations
of Select Cycle keypads. The control will record coins
entered, total machine cycles, total start pulses and
total rapid advance cycles.
For more information on the audit features, refer to
Collecting Audit Information.
Testing Machine and Control
Functions
Special diagnostic features built into the control allow
the owner to run specific diagnostic tests. By opening
and closing the top cover and then pressing various
sequences of Select Cycle, Select Wash Temperature
and Soil keypads, the owner may retrieve or perform
the following tests:
• Balance Weight Test (Design 1 models only)
• Drive DC Bus Display Test (Design 2 models
only)
• Water Purge Test
• Water Leak Detection Test
• Drive Software Version Number (Design 2
models only)
• Drive Parameter Table Version Number (Design
2 models only)
• Drive Type (Design 2 models only)
For detailed information on running diagnostic tests,
refer to Testing Machine and Control Functions.
Rapid Advance Feature
This feature allows the user to quickly advance
through active cycles or advance into a cycle from
Ready Mode. This feature is useful when tests must be
performed immediately on a machine currently in an
active cycle. In this case, the user can quickly advance
through the cycles to the shake out step, then End of
Cycle Mode. At this point, the user can perform the
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required tests and then return the machine to the point
it was interrupted.
For detailed information on using the Rapid Advance
feature, refer to Rapid Advance Feature.
Clearing the Vend Feature
This feature allows the user to return the control back
to Ready Mode if coins have been entered but the full
vend price has not yet been satisfied.
For more information on using the Clear Vend feature,
refer to Clear Vend Feature.
Communications Mode
This feature allows the control to communicate with
an external device. This allows the control to be
programmed without using the keypad.
For more detailed information on using the
Communications Mode feature, refer to
Communications Mode.
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 a cycle.
Start Pulse Operation
The control will accept pulses from optional payment
systems. The machine can be programmed to receive a
single start pulse or multiple start pulses, or the Start
Pulse Option can be turned off. The Start Pulse Mode
allows the machine to go from Ready Mode to the
START Mode after a single pulse or multiple pulses
are received.
Top Cover and Coin Vault Openings
An open top cover combined with various keypad
presses allows the control to enter manual modes of
operation. These modes include Manual
Programming, Audit Collection and Diagnostics.
Refer to Opening the Top Cover.
OPL Mode
This feature allows the user to start a cycle without
satisfying the vend price.
For details on enabling OPL Mode, refer to
Programming Control.
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Opening the Top Cover
To manually program the control, the top cover must
be opened. Opening and closing the top cover trips a
switch which allows access to various programming
options. Once opened, the top cover may either be left
open, and then closed after programming, or it may be
closed immediately.
The top cover is located on the top of the machine.
1. Unlock top cover.
After opening, or opening and closing the top cover,
the operator has 4 minutes and 15 seconds to begin
programming. If the appropriate Select Cycle Pads
have not been pressed in that time, the control will not
accept operator programming. Should this happen,
opening and closing the top cover will once again trip
the switch which allows access to the programming
options.
2. Slide top cover forward slightly to move notches
away from the pegs on the front of cabinet.
3. Lift the top cover up. To completely remove, lift
top cover away from both top cover hinges. Refer
to Figure 2.
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CHM1357R
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Top Cover Lock
Top Cover
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Top Cover Hinge
Peg
Figure 2
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Entering the Manual Mode
For programming, testing, and retrieving information
from the control, it is often necessary to enter the
Manual Mode by following the six simple steps below.
How to Enter the Manual Mode
1. If accessing Diagnostic Tests, be sure the washer
is in the Ready Mode before continuing to step 2.
If the washer is in an active cycle, rapid advance
through the cycle. Refer to the Rapid Advance
Feature. If coins or a card has been entered, refer
to Clear Vend Feature.
2. Open the top cover. Refer to Opening the Top
Cover.
NOTE: The coin vault switch must be closed to
enter Manual Mode.
3. While pressing and holding the Heavy Hot
keypad with one hand, press the Hot keypad with
the other hand.
4. The display will show “rAPd”.
By default, all groups are turned “on”.
The manual features available in each group are as
follows (the menu displayed on the display in this
mode is in parentheses).
Manual Programming
Manual Programming (Prog)
Manual Read Audit (AUdt)
Manual Reset (rSEt)
Manual Rapid Advance
Rapid Advance (rAPd)
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5. Press the Cold ( ) keypad or the Delicate Cold
( ) keypad to scroll through the options until the
desired option appears in the display.
Manual Mode is broken into two groups: Manual
Programming and Manual Rapid Advance. Manual
Programming can only be turned on or off with an
external device. Refer to the appropriate instruction
manual. Manual Rapid Advance can be turned on and
off using an external device or by manual
programming (refer to option 21 of Programming
Control).
6. Press the START (enter) keypad.
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Programming Control
What Can Be Programmed?
This feature allows the owner to program cycle
information, standard vend pricing, special vends and
other features by using the keypads. The control must
have the Manual Programming Mode enabled, which
is the factory default. This mode can only be turned
“OFF” and “ON” by using an external device. Refer to
this section when programming the control.
This section offers a detailed description of all available
programmable options.
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 (refer
to Table 1) and programming flowcharts (refer to
Figure 3 through Figure 7) of the options available
through the programming mode are located on the
following pages.
NOTE: The letters and numbers in the Option
Display column of the Programmable Options List
are what will be shown in the display when that
option is selected.
Programmable Options Available
Option
Number
Option
Display
Default
Value
Value
Range
Cycle Vend Price
200
0 - 65535
Description
1
“AtS”
2
“dEn1”
Coin #1 Value
25
1 - 65535
3
“dEn2”
Coin #2 Value
100
1 - 65535
4
“PLSE”
Start Pulse Value
25
1 - 65535
5
“PLSn”
Start Pulse Mode
128
oFF/128/192
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“AtyP”
Available Type
0
0-3
7
“dCYC”
Default Cycle
5*
1 - 8*
8
“oPL”
OPL Mode Enable/Disable
oFF
on/oFF
9
“AUd”
Audio Signal
29*
0 - 31*
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“Err-”
Errors
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“CEr-”
Coin Error Parameters
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1.
“CEr1”
Coin Error
on
on/oFF
2.
“CEr2”
Coin Error Penalty
oFF
on/oFF
3.
“CEr3”
Coin Drops Header Present Error
on
on/oFF
b.
“E FL”
Fill Errors
on
on/oFF
c.
“E dr”
Drain Error
on
on/oFF
d.
“E Ub”
Unbalance Error Display
on
on/oFF
e.
“E oP”
Open Thermister Error Display
on
on/oFF
f.
“E SH”
Shorted Thermistor Error Display
on
on/oFF
g.
“E Ht”
Heat Error Display (Heater only)
on
on/oFF
h.
“LEr-”
Water Leak Detection Error
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1.
“LEr1”
Water Leak Detection During a Machine Cycle
(On/Off)
oFF
on/oFF
2.
“LEr3”
Number of cycles between Leak Detection Test
0*
0-127*
a.
*Refer to programming section for value definition.
**Refer to the Cycle Charts for default cycle setting information.
Table 1 (Continued)
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Table 1 (Continued)
Option
Number
Option
Display
Description
Default
Value
Value
Range
oFF
on/oFF
“E Sd”
Slow Drain Detection
“CyC-”
Cycle Programming
“AgIt”
Cycle Agitate
-
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1.
“tyPE”
Agitate Type
**
1 - 2*
2.
“ASPd”
Agitate Speed (VFD only)
**
Lo/rEg*
“Seg-”
Cycle Segment Programming
“SgEn”
Segment Enable/Disable
**
on/oFF
“FILL”
Fill Step
-
-
1.
“FLEn”
Fill Step Enable/Disable
**
on/oFF
2.
“FLEU”
Fill Level
**
HI/nEd/Lo
3.
“tEnP”
Fill Temperature
**
CoLd/UArn/Hot
“SUPL”
Supply Step
-
-
1.
“SUEn”
Supply Step Enable/Disable
**
on/oFF
2.
“dISP”
Dispenser Options
**
For Design 1 models, display will show
Cx (compartment-oriented) or Sx
(supply-oriented), depending on how
option 5 (Supply/Compartment
Dispenser Programming) is
programmed.
For Design 2 models, Compartment and
Supply dispensing is programmed
separately.
Press START keypad to access
options.
a.
“C2” or
“S1”
Compartment #2/Supply #1
(Design 1 models)
**
on/oFF
b.
“C3” or
“S2”
Compartment #3/Supply #2
(Design 1 models)
**
on/oFF
c.
“C4” or
“S3”
Compartment #4/Supply #3
(Design 1 models)
**
on/oFF
d.
“S4”
Supply #4 (Design 1 models)
**
on/oFF
(1)
“C2”
Compartment #2 (Design 2 models)
**
on/oFF
(2)
“C3”
Compartment #3 (Design 2 models)
**
on/oFF
(3)
“C4”
Compartment #4 (Design 2 models)
**
on/oFF
(4)
“S1”
Supply #1 (Design 2 models)
**
on/oFF
(5)
“S2”
Supply #2 (Design 2 models)
**
on/oFF
(6)
“S3”
Supply #3 (Design 2 models)
**
on/oFF
(7)
“S4”
Supply #4 (Design 2 models)
**
on/oFF
i.
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a.
b.
1.
c.
d.
Refer to Cycle Chart for default cycle information
*Refer to programming section for value definition.
**Refer to the Cycle Charts for default cycle setting information.
Table 1 (Continued)
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Table 1 (Continued)
Option
Number
e.
e.
Option
Display
Description
Default
Value
Value
Range
“SdUr”
Supply Duration
**
Press START keypad to access options
1.
“SEC”
Seconds
**
0 - 59
2.
“nIn”
Minutes
**
0-9
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“AgSt”
Agitate Step
1.
“AgEn”
Agitate Step Enable/Disable
**
on/oFF
2.
“AdUr”
Agitate Duration (in minutes)
**
1 - 30 for agitate types 1 or 2
3.
“HEAt”
Heat in Agitate (if heater is present)
**
oFF/1/2**
f.
“drAn”
Drain Step
on
on/oFF
g.
“SPIn”
Extract Step
-
-
1.
“SPEn”
Extract Step Enable/Disable
**
on/oFF
2.
“SSEC” Extract Seconds
**
0 - 59
**
Intermediate Extract:
Min. Step Time = 30 seconds,
Max. Step Time = 3:59 minutes
3.
“SnIn”
Extract Minutes
Final Extract:
Min. Step Time = 30 seconds,
Max. Step Time = 9:59 minutes
4.
“SSPd”
Extract Speed (VFD only)
**
1 - 3* (Design 1)
1 - 6* (Design 2)
“Cnin”
Cycle Time
0*
0-255 minutes
12
“SUPC”
Supply/Compartment Dispenser
Programming (Design 1 models only)
C
(Compartment)
C (Compartment)/
S (Supply Dispenser)
13
“bALr”
Number of Balance Retries (VFD
only)
Design 1: 3
Design 2: 1
1-7
14
“IrA”
IR Access (On/Off)
on
on/oFF
15
“t FC”
Fahrenheit/Celsius
FAHr
(Fahrenheit)
FAHr (Fahrenheit)/CEL (Celsius)
16
“FH”
Hot Water Temperature
140°F (60°C)
35°F-194°F/2°C-90°C
17
“FHC”
Warm Water Temperature
100°F (38°C)
35°F-194°F/2°C-90°C
18
“FC”
35°F (2°C)
5°F-194°F/2°C-90°C
19
“Codn”
Cooldown Enable/Temperature
oFF
oFF or 50°F-60°F/10°C-71°C
20
“PtEn”
Production Test Cycle (On/Off)
on
on/oFF
21
“rAEn”
Manual Rapid Advance (On/Off)
on
on/oFF
22
“nCtd”
No Cycle Time Display
oFF
on/oFF
23
“PCtd”
Programmable Cycle Time Display
oFF
on/oFF
24
“SdAd”
Slow Drain Detection Adjust
0
0 - 255
25
“SPAU”
Pause/Resume Mode
oFF
on/oFF
h.
Cold Water Temperature
*Refer to programming section for value definition.
**Refer to the Cycle Charts for default cycle setting information.
Table 1
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Programming Flowcharts
Entering Manual Mode
Enter Manual Mode.
1. Open top cover
2. Press and hold both Heavy Hot keypad
and Hot keypad.
“rAPd” - Quickly advance through active
cycles.
1. Press START (enter) keypad to begin Rapid
Advance cycle and advance through cycle
steps.
“Prog” - Program cycle information and
other features into the control. Refer to the
Manual Programming flowchart.
“CyC” - Total number of machine cycles:
1. Press START (enter) once to read audit.
“rCyC” - Total number of
rapid advance cycles:
1. Press START (enter) once to read audit.
“AUdt” - Retrieve audit information for
machine.
1. Press START (enter) keypad.
2. Press Cold keypad or Delicate Cold
keypad to scroll through options.
“Coi1” - Total number of coins #1:
1. Press START (enter) once to read audit.
“Coi2” - Total number of coins #2:
1. Press START (enter) once to read audit.
“PLSE” - Total number of start pulses.
1. Press START (enter) once to read audit.
“rSEt” - Reset the control’s programming data
to factory default.
1. Press START (enter) keypad.
“dIAg” - Run diagnostic tests on machine
operations.
1. Press START (enter) keypad. Refer to
Diagnostic Tests flowchart.
CHM1318R
Figure 3
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Manual Programming
“Prog” Enter Program Mode
“AtS” - Set vend price for all cycles.
“dEn1” - Set value for the #1 coin entered.
“dEn2” - Set value for the #2 coin entered.
“PLSE” - Program the value of the Start
Pulse.
“PLSn” - Program the Start Pulse Input for
one pulse or multiple pulses.
“AtyP” - Program when control provides an
available output for card and central pay.
“dCYC” - Set the default cycle and
temperature.
“oPL” - Enable/disable OPL Mode in which
no vend price needs to satisfied to operate
machine.
“AUd” - Program when the signal will sound.
“CEr1” - Coin Error
“CEr-” - Coin Error Parameters
“CEr2” - Coin Error Penalty
“CEr3” - Coin Drops Header Present Error
“E Fl” - Fill Error
“E dr” - Drain Error
“Err-” - Turn on/off certain errors in control.
“E Ub” - Unbalance Error (VFD only)
“E oP” - Open Thermistor Error
(Models with Heat)
“E SH” - Shorted Thermistor Error
(Models with Heat)
“E Ht” - Heat Error (heater only)
“LEr1” - Water Leak Detection During
a Machine Cycle
“LEr-” - Leak Detection
“E Sd” - Slow Drain Detection Error
“CyC-” - Program aspects for the various
steps in each type of cycle. There are (8)
cycles available for programming.
“LEr3” - Number of Cycles between
Leak Detection Test
“tyPE” - Agitation Type:
1 = Normal
2 = Gentle
“AgIt” - Program the cycles agitation
action and speed
“ASPd” - Agitation Speed (VFD only):
“Lo” = Reduced Speed
“rEg” = Normal Speed
“SEg1” - Program options for each
segment. There are (8) segments
available for programming
“SgEn” - Segment Enabled/Disabled:
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
““FLEn” - Fill Step Enable/Disable:
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
“FILL” - Program fill step options
“FLEU” - Fill Level:
“HI” = High Level
“nEd” = Medium Level
“Lo” = Low Level
“tEnP” - Fill Temperature:
“CoLd” = Cold
“UArn” = Warm
“Hot” = Hot
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(continued)
CHM1319R
Figure 4
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(continued)
“SUEn” - Supply Step Enable/Disable:
“on” = Enabled
“oFF”” = Disabled
“SUPL” - Program supply step options
“dISP” Dispenser Options:
Press START (enter) to access options
“C2” or “S1” Compartment #2/
Supply #1:
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
(Design 1 Models)
“C2” - Compartment #2
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
(Design 2 Models)
“C3” or “S2” Compartment #3/
Supply #1:
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
(Design 1 Models)
“C3” - Compartment #3
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
(Design 2 Models)
“C4” or “S3” Compartment #4/
Supply #3:
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
(Design 1 Models)
“C4” - Compartment #4
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
(Design 2 Models)
“S4” - Supply #4:
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
“SEC” - Seconds:
“0” - “59”
“SdUr” Supply Duration:
Press START (enter) to access options
“nIn” - Minutes:
“0” - “9”
“S2” - Supply #2
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
(Design 2 Models)
“S3” - Supply #3
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
(Design 2 Models)
“AgEn” - Agitate Step
Enabled/Disabled:
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
“AgSt” - Program agitate step options
“S1” - Supply #1
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
(Design 2 Models)
“AdUr” - Agitate Duration (min):
“1” - “30”
“HEAt” - Heat in Agitate
(heat present only):
“oFF” = Disabled
“1” = To Target
“2” = Maintain
“drAn” - Enable/disable drain step
Drain Step:
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
“SPEn” - Extract Step
Enabled/Disabled:
“on” = Enabled
“oFF” = Disabled
“SPIn” - Program extract step options
“SSEC” - Extract Seconds:
“0” - “59”
“SnIn” - Extract Minutes:
“1” - “3” (Intermediate Step)
“1” - “9” (Final Step)
“Cnin” - Cycle Time
“0” - “255”
(continued)
“SSPd” - Extract Speed
Design 1 - (VFD only):
F-speed models use speeds 1-3,
1 = Very Low Speed (80)
2 = Low Speed (80)
3 = Medium Speed (100)
“SSPd” - Extract Speed
Design 2 - (VFD only):
F-speed models use speeds 1-3,
1 =Very Low Speed (27)
2 = Low Speed (80)
3 = Medium Speed (100)
4 = High Speed (125)
5 =Very High Speed (150)
6 = Ultra High Speed (200)
CHM1391R
CHM1391R
Figure 5
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“SUPC” (Design 1 only) - Choose either
supply dispenser or compartment dispenser.
Dispenser:
“S” = Supply Dispenser
“C” = Compartment Dispenser
“bALr” (VFD only) - Program the number
of times control will retry balancing the
load before moving to extract step.
“IrA” - Enable/disable the ability to read
the control by an external device.
Temperature:
“CEL” = Celsius
“FAHr” = Fahrenheit
“t FC” (Models with Heat) - Set
temperature shown in Fahrenheit or Celsius.
“FH” (Models with Heat) - Set
the temperature of the hot water.
“FHC” (Models with Heat) - Set the
temperature of the warm water.
“FC” (Models with Heat) - Set the
temperature of the cold water.
“Codn” (Models with Heat) - Enable/disable
the cool down water temperature option.
“PtEn” - Enable/disable access to the
production test cycle.
“rAEn” - Enable/disable the rapid advance
feature.
“nCtd” - Enable/disable whether the cycle
time will appear in display.
“PCtd” - Enable/disable programmable
cycle time display.
“SdAd” - Enable/disable slow drain
detection. When enabled can
increase/decrease the time before a
slow drain error will occur.
“SPAU” - Enable/disable
Pause/Resume mode.
CHM1392R
Figure 6
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Diagnostic
“dIAg” - Diagnostic Tests.
1. Press START (enter) keypad.
“d019” - Drive DC Bus
Display Test “dCb” (Design 2 Models)
“d019” - VFD Balance Weight Test
“bAL” (Design 1 Models)
“d020” - Water Purge Test
“PUrg”
“d021” - Water Leak Detection
Test
“Ld”
“d022” - Drive Software
Version # Test
“drxx” (Design 2 Models)
“d023” - Drive Parameter Table
Version # Test
“dPxx” (Design 2 Models)
“d024” - Drive Type Value
“dt x” (Design 2 Models)
CHM1393R
CHM1393R
Figure 7
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This option allows the owner to set the vend price for
all cycles. This vend price will be shown in the display
when any cycle is selected.
How to Program the Cycle Vend Price
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
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>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad.
3. “AtS” will appear in the display. Press the START
(enter) keypad.
4. There are five digits in Cycle Vend Price. The
fifth digit will appear in the display and will flash
one (1) second on, one (1) second off. Refer to
Figure 8.
NOTE: If the vend price is $100.00 or more, the
fifth digit is “1-6”. If the vend price is $99.99 or
less, the fifth digit is “0”.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad to enter the fifth
digit and display remaining four digits. The
active digit will flash one (1) second on and one
(1) second off.
NOTE: To go back to the current programmable
option without changing the value of the active
digit, press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad.
7. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
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.
<
Cycle Vend Price “AtS”
>
1.
8. Press the START (enter) keypad with the last
active digit. The next option, “dEn1”, will
appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “dEn1” (Coin #1 Value), refer
to option 2. To program other options, refer to the
appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
CHM507R
Figure 8
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>
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to increase or decrease the value of the
fifth digit.
NOTE: The vend price can be set from 0 to 65,535.
The default vend price is 200.
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If the Cycle Vend Price (option 1) is set for “.75”, and
the Coin Value is set for “00025”, the vend price
displayed will decrease by .25 for each coin entered.
How to Program Coin #1 Value
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
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>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “dEn1” appears in the display.
<
<
NOTE: The coin value can be set from 1 to 65,535.
The default coin value is 25.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad to enter the fifth
digit and display remaining four digits. The
active digit will flash one (1) second on and one
(1) second off.
NOTE: To go back to the current programmable
option without changing the value of the active
digit, press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad.
7. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
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.
<
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 value
entered for one quarter would be 00025.
>
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to increase or decrease the value of the
fifth digit.
>
Coin #1 Value “dEn1”
>
2.
8. Press the START (enter) keypad with the last
active digit. The next option, “dEn2”, will
appear in the display.
4. When “dEn1” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. There are five digits in
the Coin #1 Value. The fifth digit will appear in
the display and will flash one (1) second on, one
(1) second off. Refer to Figure 9.
NOTE: To program “dEn2” (Coin #2 Value), refer
to option 3. To program other options, refer to the
appropriate section.
NOTE: If the Coin #1 Value is $100.00 or more, the
fifth digit is “1-6”. If the Coin #1 Value is $99.99 or
less, the fifth digit is “0”.
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
How to Exit Programming Feature
CHM507R
Figure 9
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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 value entered for one dollar coin would be 00100.
If the Cycle Vend Price (option 1) is set for “2.00”,
and the Coin Value is set for “00100”, the vend price
displayed will decrease by 1.00 for each dollar coin
entered.
How to Program Coin #2 Value
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
<
>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
NOTE: To go back to the current programmable
option without changing the value of the active
digit, press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad.
7. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
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.
<
Coin #2 Value “dEn2”
>
3.
8. Press the START (enter) keypad with the last
active digit. The next option, “PLSE”, will
appear in the 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
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
<
>
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “dEn2” appears in the display.
4. When “dEn2” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. There are five digits in
the Coin #2 Value. The fifth digit will appear in
the display and will flash one (1) second on and
one (1) second off. Refer to Figure 10.
NOTE: If the coin value is $100.00 or more, the
fifth digit is “1-6”. If the coin value is $99.99 or less,
the fifth digit is “0”.
CHM507R
Figure 10
<
>
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to increase or decrease the value of the
fifth digit.
NOTE: The coin value can be set from 1 to 65,535.
The default coin value is 100.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad to enter the fifth
digit and display remaining four digits. The
active digit will flash one (1) second on and one
(1) second off.
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This option allows the owner to program the value of
the Start Pulse if used for multiple pulses with an aftermarket central card reader or pay system. Refer to
option 5 for additional information.
How to Program Start Pulse Value
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
<
>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
<
>
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “PLSE” appears in the display.
4. When “PLSE” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. There are five digits in
the Start Pulse Value. The fifth digit will appear
in the display and will flash one (1) second on
and one (1) second off. Refer to Figure 11.
NOTE: If the Start Pulse Value is $100.00 or more,
the fifth digit is “1-6”. If the Start Pulse Value is
$99.99 or less, the fifth digit is “0”.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad to enter the fifth
digit and display remaining four digits. The
active digit will flash one (1) second on and one
(1) second off.
NOTE: To go back to the current programmable
option without changing the value of the active
digit, press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad.
7. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
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.
<
Start Pulse Value “PLSE”
>
4.
8. Press the START (enter) keypad with the last
active digit. The next option, “PLSn”, will
appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “PLSn” (Start Pulse Mode),
refer to option 5. To program other options, refer to
the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
CHM507R
Figure 11
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>
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to increase or decrease the value of the
fifth digit.
NOTE: The Start Pulse Value can be set from 1 to
65,535. The default start pulse value is 25.
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Start Pulse Mode “PLSn”
This option allows the owner to program the Start
Pulse Input. The Start Pulse Mode can be used for
after-market central pay or card systems. The central
system sends the start pulse to the Start Pulse Input of
the control to start the cycle. If set for single pulse, one
start pulse from the central system will put the control
in Start Mode. If set for multiple pulses, each pulse
will deduct from the vend price value set up in
option 4 (Start Pulse Value) until the vend is satisfied.
Start Pulse
Mode Value
Start Pulse
ON/OFF
Single Pulse/
Multiple Pulses
“oFF”
OFF
OFF
128*
ON
Single Pulse
192
ON
Multiple Pulses
<
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
<
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “PLSn” appears in the display.
4. When “PLSn” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. “oFF” or a number will
appear in the display. This number corresponds to
the current Start Pulse Mode Programming
Value.
Table 2
6. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to increase or decrease the current
number until correct.
<
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
>
“PLSn”
*Factory default setting
How to Program Start Pulse Mode
>
5. Locate the desired number in the first column of
Table 2 below.
>
5.
NOTE: To go back to the current programmable
option without changing the current value, press
the Delicate Warm (<) keypad.
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number appears in the display.
NOTE: To program “AtyP” (Available Type), refer
to option 6. To program other options, refer to the
appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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6.
Available Type “AtyP”
This option allows the owner to program when the
control provides an available output for card and
central pay systems.
How to Program Available Type
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
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>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number appears in the display. The next option,
“dCYC”, will appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “dCYC” (Default Cycle), refer
to option 7. To program other options, refer to the
appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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>
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “AtyP” appears in the display.
4. When “AtyP” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. A number will appear in
the display. This number corresponds to the
current Available Type Value.
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>
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to increase or decrease the current
number to the desired number selected from
Table 3.
Available Type
Value
Mode(s) in Which Available
Signal is Active
0*
Ready Mode only
1
Ready Mode, Partial Vend Mode
2
Ready Mode, End of Cycle Mode
3
Ready Mode, End of Cycle Mode,
Partial Vend Mode
*Factory default setting
Table 3
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7.
Default Cycle “dCYC”
How to Read Table 4
This option allows the owner to set the default cycle
and temperature the machine will enter when in the
Ready Mode. When programming the default cycle,
refer to Table 4.
To determine the correct number required to program
Default Cycle, use the following table. The Default
Value column contains the number required in step 5.
The other column corresponds to cycle type.
How to Program Default Cycle
“dCYC”
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
<
>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
<
>
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “dCYC” appears in the display.
4. When “dCYC” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. A number will appear in
the display, “CyC1”, and the corresponding
cycle keypad LED is lit. This number
corresponds to the current default cycle value.
Refer to Table 4.
Default Value
Cycle Type
1
Normal Hot
2
Normal Warm
3
Normal Cold
4
Heavy Hot
5*
Delicate Warm
6
Delicate Cold
7
Quick Hot
8
Quick Warm
*Factory default setting
Table 4
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>
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to increase or decrease the current number
to the desired number selected from Table 4.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number appears in the display. The next option,
“oPL”, will appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “oPL” (OPL Mode), refer to
option 8. To program other options, refer to the
appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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This option allows the owner to enable or disable the
OPL Mode in which no vend price needs to be
satisfied to operate the machine.
How to Program the OPL Mode Enable/
Disable
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
<
>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
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3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “oPL” appears in the display.
4. When “oPL” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The current OPL Mode
Enable/Disable status will appear in the display.
“on” = Option Enabled
“oFF” = Option Disabled (Default setting)
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( ) keypad
to change the current status.
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OPL Mode Enable/Disable
“oPL”
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8.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired status appears in the display. The next
option, “AUd”, will appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “AUd” (Audio Signal), refer to
option 9. To program other options, refer to the
appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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There are five occasions when a signal may sound
during operation. These five occasions are listed
below:
1. End of Cycle Signal
By default, the signal is turned off. If turned on,
the signal will sound for three (3) seconds at the
end of a cycle.
2. Keypad Depression Signal
By default, this signal is turned on and will sound
for a quarter of a second. This signal will sound
each time a keypad is pressed.
3. Coin Input/Card Insertion Signal
By default, this signal is turned on and will sound
for a quarter of a second each time a coin or card
is entered.
4. Remove Card Signal (Card Models Only)
By default, this signal is turned on and will sound
one (1) second on and one (1) second off when
the control is prompting for card removal.
5. Signal for Start
By default, this signal is turned on and will sound
one (1) second on and one (1) second off for 10
seconds after vend price has been satisfied.
How to Program the Audio Signal
4. When “AUd” appears in the display press the
START (enter) keypad. A number will appear in
the display. This number corresponds to the
current Audio Signal Programming Value.
5. Locate the desired number in the first column of
Table 5 on the following page.
6. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to increase or decrease the current
number until correct.
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This option allows the owner to program when the
signal will sound.
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3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “AUd” appears in the display.
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Audio Signal “AUd”
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9.
For Example: A user might wish to have the signal
sound only when a keypad is pressed. Entering the
number “1” in step 5 would turn off all the options
except KEYPAD. In this instance, the signal would
sound only when a keypad is pressed.
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number appears in the display. The next option,
“Err-”, will appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “Err-” (Error Code
Programming), refer to option 10. To program
other options, refer to the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
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2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
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How to Read Table 5
To determine the correct number required to program
the Audio Signal, use the following chart. The Signal
Value column contains the number required in step 6.
The other columns correspond to individual options.
Each column of options contains a unique combination
of the words “ON” and “OFF” that indicates if that
column’s option is turned on or off when the Signal
Value is entered. Select the desired combination of
options and enter the number found in the Signal Value
column.
Signal Start Remove
Value Mode
Card
Coin/
Card
Input
End of
Key
Cycle Pressed
0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
2
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
3
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
4
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
5
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
6
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
7
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
8
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
9
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
10
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
11
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
12
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
13
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
14
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
15
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
16
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
17
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
18
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
19
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
20
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
21
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
22
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
23
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
24
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
25
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
26
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
27
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
28
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
29*
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
30
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
31
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
*Factory default setting
Table 5
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10. Error Code Programming “Err-”
“CEr-”
Coin Error Parameters
This option allows the owner to turn on or turn off
certain errors in the control.
“CEr1”
Coin Error - Determines if
display will show error.
How to Program Error Code Programming
“CEr2”
Coin Error Penalty - If enabled,
coin error will erase previous
coins entered and reset the vend
price.
“CEr3”
Coin Drops Header
Present Error - If enabled and
coin drop header is unplugged,
control ignores coin inputs.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
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>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
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>
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “Err-” appears in the display.
4. When “Err-” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. Refer to Table 6 for a list
of programmable error code parameters.
“E FL”
Fill Error
“E dr”
Drain Error
“E Ub”
Unbalance Error Display (VFD only)
“E oP”
Open Thermistor Error Display
(Models with Heat)
“E SH”
Shorted Thermistor Error Display
(Models with Heat)
“E Ht”
Heat Error Display (Heater only)
“LEr-”
Leak Detection Error
If Water Leak Detection during a machine
cycle is enabled, the control will check for
water leaks during running machine cycles.
If a leak is detected, the control will display
the “E Ld” error for one minute after the
cycle is completed. It will also light the
right-most decimal point on the display. The
Water Leak Dectection diagnostic test can be
used to verify the leak.
“E Sd”
“LEr1”
Water Leak Detection
During a Machine Cycle –
Determines if water level drops
below target level.
“LEr3”
Number of cycles between leak
detection tests.
Slow Drain Detection – Determines if
machine is draining slower than
normal.
If Slow Drain Detection is enabled, the
control will check for slow drain operation
during running machine cycles. If a slow
drain is detected, the control will display the
“E Sd” error for one minute after the cycle is
completed. It will also light the right-most
decimal point on the display.
Table 6
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NOTE: To program “CyC-” (Cycle Programming),
press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad, then the Cold
( ) keypad and refer to option 11. To program
other options, refer to the appropriate section.
7. “oFF” indicates the option is disabled. “on”
indicates the option is enabled. Press the Cold ( )
or the Delicate Cold ( ) keypad to change the
status.
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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>
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
code appears in the display. The current status
will appear in the display.
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5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to select error code.
How to Exit Programming Feature
8. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
status appears in the display. The next Error Code
Programming option will appear in the display.
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11. Cycle Programming “CyC-”
How to Program Cycle Agitate“AgIt”
This option allows the owner to program different
aspects for various steps in each type of cycle. There
are eight cycles available for programming.
This option allows the owner to program the cycle’s
agitation action and speed. These options apply to the
entire cycle.
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3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “CyC-” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “CyC1” will
appear in the display.
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>
4. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the eight cycles to
program. Press the START (enter) keypad when
the desired cycle appears in the display.
5. The first Cycle Programming option, “AgIt”, will
appear in the display.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
<
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options. Refer to Table 7.
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4. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired programmable option appears in the
display. The current status will appear in the
display. Refer to Table 7.
Final Spin
Step
Description
Status
“tyPE”
Agitate Type
1 = Normal
2 = Gentle
“ASPd”
Agitate Speed
(VFD only)
“Lo” = Reduced Speed
“rEg” = Normal Speed
Table 7
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NOTE: To program “AgIt” (Cycle Agitate),
continue to next option. To program other options,
press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( ) keypad
and refer to the appropriate section.
2. When “AgIt” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The first Cycle Agitate
option will appear in the display.
>
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current status.
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<
>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
>
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
>
1. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable Cycle
Programming options until “AgIt” appears in the
display.
>
How to Enter Cycle Programming
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired status appears in the display. The next
Cycle Agitate option will appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “SEg1” (Cycle Segment 1)
press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad and continue
to next Cycle Programming option. To program
other options, press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad
and refer to the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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1. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the eight programmable
Cycle Segments until the desired segment
appears in the display.
2. When the desired segment appears in the display,
press the START (enter) keypad. “SgEn”
(Segment Enable/Disable) will appear in the
display.
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>
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the Cycle Segment
programmable options.
NOTE: If the Segment Enable/Disable is
programmed “oFF”, the other Cycle Segment
programming options can’t be accessed.
4. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired Cycle Segment programmable option
appears in the display.
1. When “FILL” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The first Fill step
programming option will appear in the display.
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable Fill
step options. Refer to Table 8.
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There are eight programmable cycle segments. Within
each segment, there are several programmable options.
Programming Fill Step
>
How to Program Cycle Segment “SEg1”
NOTE: Fill Step “FLEn” must be enabled to scroll
through all Fill Step options.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired option appears in the display. The current
status will appear in the display. Refer to Table 8.
Fill Step
Description
Status
“FLEn”
Fill Step
Enable/Disable
“on”/“oFF”
“FLEU”
Fill Level
“HI” = high level
“nEd” = medium level
“Lo” = low level
“tEnP”
Fill Temperature
“CoLd” = Cold
“UArn” = Warm
“Hot” = Hot
Programming Segment Enable/Disable
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3. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired status appears in the display. The next
Cycle Segment option, “FILL”, will appear in the
display.
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NOTE: To program “SUPL” (Supply Step),
continue to next Cycle Segment option. To program
other options, press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate
Cold ( ) keypad and refer to the appropriate
section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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NOTE: To program “FILL” (Fill Step), continue to
next Cycle Segment option. To program other
options, press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad and refer to the appropriate section.
>
5. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired status appears in the display. The next
Fill step option will appear in the display.
>
NOTE: If the Segment Enable/Disable is
programmed “oFF”, the other Cycle Segment
programming options can’t be accessed.
4. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current status.
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2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current status.
Table 8
>
1. When “SgEn” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The current Segment
Enable/Disable status will appear in the display.
“on” = Segment is enabled
“oFF”= Segment is disabled
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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NOTE: Supply Step “SUEn” must be enabled to
scroll through all Supply Step options.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired option appears in the display. The current
status value will appear in the display. Refer to
Table 9.
NOTE: For the Dispenser options, the display will
show “Cx” or “Sx” depending whether or not the
control is programmed as compartment-oriented
or supply-oriented. Refer to option 12, Supply/
Compartment Dispenser Programming.
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NOTE: To program “AgSt” (Agitate Step),
continue to next Cycle Segment option. If in the
Dispenser Options or Supply Duration
programming option, press the Delicate Warm (<)
keypad first. To program other options, press the
Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( ) keypad and refer
to the appropriate section.
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2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
Supply step options. Refer to Table 9.
5. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired status/value appears in the display. The
next Supply step option will appear in the
display.
>
1. When “SUPL” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The first Supply step
programming option will appear in the display.
>
4. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current status/value.
>
Programming Supply Step
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
Supply Step
“SUEn”
Description
Status/Value
Supply Step
“on”/“oFF”
Enable/Disable
“diSP”
Dispenser options
Press START (enter)
(Design 1 Models only)
to access options
“C2” or Compartment 2/
“on”/“oFF”
“S1”
Supply #1
“C3” or Compartment 3/
“on”/“oFF”
“S2”
Supply #2
“C4” or Compartment 4/
“on”/“oFF”
“S3”
Supply #3
“S4”
Supply #4
“on”/“oFF”
Dispenser options
Press START (enter)
(Design 2 Models only)
to access options
“C2”
Compartment 2
“on”/“oFF”
“C3”
Compartment 3
“on”/“oFF”
“C4”
Compartment 4
“on”/“oFF”
“S1”
Supply #1
“on”/“oFF”
“S2”
Supply #2
“on”/“oFF”
“S3”
Supply #3
“on”/“oFF”
“S4”
Supply #4
“on”/“oFF”
“SdUr”
Supply Duration
Press START (enter)
to access options
“SEC”
Seconds
0-59
“nIn”
Minutes
0-9
Table 9
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Programming Agitate Step
Programming Drain Step
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
Agitate step options. Refer to Table 10.
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current status.
“on” = Segment is enabled
“oFF”= Segment is disabled
NOTE: Agitate Step “AgEn” must be enabled to
scroll through all Agitate Step options.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired option appears in the display. The current
status/value will appear in the display. Refer to
Table 10.
Status/Value
“AgEn”
Agitate Step
Enable/Disable
“on”/“oFF”
“AdUr”
Agitate Duration
(in minutes)
1-30
“HEAt”
Heat in Agitate
(If heater is present)
“oFF”, 1 or 2
1 = to target
2 = maintain
3. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired status appears in the display. The next
Cycle Segment option, “SPIn”, will appear in the
display.
NOTE: To program “SPIn” (Extract Step),
continue to next Cycle Segment option. To program
other options press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate
Cold ( ) keypad and refer to the appropriate
section.
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Description
NOTE: Drain must be enabled to activate Extract
step.
>
Agitate
Step
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>
1. When “drAn” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The current status will be
displayed.
>
1. When “AgSt” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The first Agitate step
programming option will appear in the display.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
Table 10
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>
4. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current status/value.
5. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired status/value appears in the display. The
next Agitate step option will appear in the
display.
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>
NOTE: To program “drAn” (Drain Step), continue
to next Cycle Segment option. To program other
options, press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad and refer to the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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NOTE: Extract Step “SPEn” must be enabled to
scroll through all Extract Step options.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired option appears in the display. The current
status/value will appear in the display. Refer to
Table 11.
“SPEn”
Description
Status/Value
Extract Step
Enable/Disable
“on”/“oFF”
“SSEC” Extract Seconds
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NOTE: To program “Cnin” (Cycle Time), continue
to next Cycle Segment option. To program other
options press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad and refer to the appropriate section.
<
<
>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
Extract step options. Refer to Table 11.
5. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired status/value appears in the display. The
next Cycle Segment step option, “SEg2” will
appear in the display.
>
1. When “SPIn” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The first Extract step
programming option will appear in the display.
Extract
Step
4. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current status/value.
>
Programming Extract Step
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
0-59
“SnIn”
Extract Minutes Intermediate Extract:
minimum step time =
30 seconds
maximum step time =
3:59 minutes
Final Extract:
minimum step time =
30 seconds
maximum step time =
9:59 minutes
“SSPd”
Extract Speed* 1 = very low speed (80)
(Design 1 - VFD 2 = low speed (80)
only)
3 = medium speed (100)
Extract Speed* 1 = very low speed (27)
(Design 2 - VFD 2 = low speed (80)
only)
3 = medium speed (100)
4 = high speed (125)
5 = very high speed (150)
6 = ultra high speed (200)
*F-speed models use speeds 1-3
Table 11
NOTE: If drain is disabled, the extract will not
occur.
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1. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable Cycle
Programming options until “Cnin” appears in the
display.
NOTE: The option “PCtd” Programmable Cycle
Time Display must be programmed “on” to access
the “Cnin” option, refer to option 24.
2. When “Cnin” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The first cycle time value
will appear in the display.
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3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current value.
4. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired cycle time value appears in the display.
NOTE: Programming display time (in minutes)
does not actually change time in the cycle, only to
the displayed cycle time for the user.
NOTE: To program another cycle, repeat Cycle
Programming steps. To program other options,
press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( ) keypad
and refer to the appropriate section.
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This option allows the owner to program minutes to
the cycle’s display time.
NOTE: The Program Cycle Time can be set from 0
to 255 minutes. The default value is 0.
>
How to Program Cycle Time “Cnin”
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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12. Supply/Compartment Dispenser
Programming “SUPC” (Design
1 Models Only)
13. Number of Balance Retries
“bALr” (Variable Frequency
Drives Only)
This option allows the owner to choose between the
supply dispenser or compartment dispenser.
This option allows the owner to program how many
times the control will retry balancing the load before
moving into Extract step.
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>
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “SUPC” appears in the display.
4. When “SUPC” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The current dispenser
option will appear in the display.
“S” = Supply Dispenser
“C” = Compartment Dispenser (Default setting)
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>
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the dispenser type.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired dispenser type appears in the display. The
next option, “bALr” (VFD models) or “IrA”
(2 speed models), will appear in the display.
NOTE: For VFD models: To program “bALr”
(Number of Balance Retries), refer to option 13.
For 2 speed models: To program “IrA” (IR Access
[on/off]), refer to option 14. To program other
options, refer to the appropriate section.
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<
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “bALr” appears in the display.
4. When “bALr” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The current value will
appear in the display.
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to increase or decrease the current value.
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<
>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad, and “AtS” will
appear in the display.
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad, and “AtS” will
appear in the display.
>
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
>
How to Program Supply/Compartment
Dispenser Programming
How to Program Number of Balance
Retries
>
NOTE: Supply Dispenser must only be selected if
machine is connected to an external chemical
supply system.
NOTE: The number of balance retries can be set
from 1-7. Default balance retries is 3 for Design 1
models and 1 for Design 2 models.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired value appears in the display. The next
option, “IrA”, will appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “IrA” (IR Access [on/off]),
refer to option 14. To program other options, refer
to the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “IrA” appears in the display.
4. When “IrA” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The current IR Access
status will appear in the display.
“on” = Option Enabled (Default setting)
“oFF” = Option Disabled
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>
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current status.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired status appears in the display. The next
option, “t FC” (Models with Heat) or “PtEn”
(Non-Heat Models), will appear in the display.
NOTE: For Models with Heat: To program “t FC”
(Fahrenheit/Celsius), refer to option 15. For NonHeat Models: To program “PtEn” (Production Test
Cycle [On/Off]), refer to
option 20. To program other options, refer to the
appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
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2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “t FC” appears in the display.
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<
>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
How to Program Fahrenheit/Celsius
4. When “t FC” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. A number will appear in
the display. This number (found below)
corresponds to the current Fahrenheit/Celsius
setting.
“CEL” = Celsius
“FAHr” = Fahrenheit (Default setting)
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to increase or decrease the current
number to the desired number.
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1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
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How to Program the IR Access (On/Off)
This option allows the owner to set whether the
display will be shown in Fahrenheit or Celsius.
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This option allows the owner to enable or disable
allowing the control to be read by an external device.
15. Fahrenheit/Celsius “t FC”
(Models with Heat)
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14. IR Access (On/Off) “IrA”
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number of degrees appears in the display. The
new value is saved and the next option, “FH”,
will appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “FH” (Hot Water
Temperature), refer to option 16. To program other
options, refer to the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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16. Hot Water Temperature “FH”
This option allows the owner to program the hot water
temperature for models equipped with heat.
How to Program Hot Water Temperature
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to increase or decrease the current Hot
Water Temperature value to the desired Hot
Water Temperature value.
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WARNING
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4. When “FHC” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. A number will appear in
the display. This number corresponds to the
current Warm Water Temperature value.
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to increase or decrease the current Warm
Water Temperature value to the desired Warm
Water Temperature value.
>
4. When “FH” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. A number will appear in
the display. This number corresponds to the
current Hot Water Temperature value.
<
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “FHC” appears in the display.
>
<
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
<
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “FH” appears in the display.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
>
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>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
>
This option allows the owner to program the warm
water temperature for models equipped with heat.
How to Program Warm Water Temperature
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
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17. Warm Water Temperature
“FHC”
NOTE: Warm Water Temperature is selectable
between 35° and 194° Fahrenheit (2° and 90°
Celsius). Default temperature is 100° Fahrenheit
(38° Celsius).
To prevent personal injury, avoid contact
with inlet water temperatures higher than
125° Fahrenheit (51° Celsius) and hot
surfaces.
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NOTE: Hot Water Temperature is selectable
between 35° and 194° Fahrenheit (2° and 90°
Celsius). Default temperature is 140° Fahrenheit
(60° Celsius).
NOTE: Refer to option 17 to select Celsius or
Fahrenheit display.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number appears in the display. The next option,
“FHC”, will appear in the display.
WARNING
To prevent personal injury, avoid contact
with inlet water temperatures higher than
125° Fahrenheit (51° Celsius) and hot
surfaces.
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NOTE: Refer to option 15 to select Celsius or
Fahrenheit display.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number appears in the display. The next option,
“FC”, will appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “FHC” (Warm Water
Temperature), refer to option 17. To program other
options, refer to the appropriate section.
NOTE: To program “FC” (Cold Water
Temperature), refer to option 18. To program other
options, refer to the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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18. Cold Water Temperature “FC”
This option allows the owner to program the cold
water temperature for models equipped with heat.
NOTE: Cold Water Temperature is selectable
between 35° and 194° Fahrenheit (2° and 90°
Celsius). Default temperature value is 35°
Fahrenheit (2° Celsius).
How to Program Cold Water Temperature
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
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>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
<
>
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “FC” appears in the display.
4. When “FC” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. A number will appear in
the display. This number corresponds to the
current Cold Water Temperature value.
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>
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to increase or decrease the current Cold
Water Temperature value to the desired Cold
Water Temperature value.
WARNING
To prevent personal injury, avoid contact
with inlet water temperatures higher than
125° Fahrenheit (51° Celsius) and hot
surfaces.
W748
NOTE: Refer to option 16 to select Celsius or
Fahrenheit display.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number appears in the display. The next option,
“Codn”, will appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “Codn” (Cooldown Enable/
Temperature), refer to option 19. To program other
options, refer to the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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This option allows the owner to enable or disable the
Cooldown Water Temperature option. If enabled, the
owner can also set the cooldown water temperature.
How to Program Cooldown Enable/
Temperature
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
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>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
<
>
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “Codn” appears in the display.
4. When “Codn” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. A number, or “oFF”, will
appear in the display. The number corresponds to
the current Cooldown Water Temperature value,
and “oFF” appears when cooldown is disabled.
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5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current status.
>
19. Cooldown Enable/Temperature
“Codn” (Models with Heat)
NOTE: Cooldown Water Temperature is selectable
between 50° and 160° Fahrenheit (10° and 71°
Celsius). Default temperature value is OFF.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired value appears in the display.
NOTE: Refer to option 21 to select Celsius or
Fahrenheit display.
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct
number appears in the display. The next option,
“PtEn”, will appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “PtEn” (Prouction Test Cycle
[on/off]), refer to option 20. To program other
options, refer to the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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20. Production Test Cycle (On/Off)
“PtEn”
21. Manual Rapid Advance (On/Off)
“rAEn”
This option allows the owner to enable or disable
access to the production test cycle. Refer to
Production Test Cycle section for more information.
This option allows the owner to enable or disable the
rapid advance feature. Refer to Rapid Advance
Feature section for more information.
How to Program the Production Test
Cycle (On/Off)
How to Program the Manual Rapid
Advance (On/Off)
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “PtEn” appears in the display.
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “rAEn” appears in the display.
4. When “PtEn” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The current Production
Test Cycle status will appear in the display.
“on” = Option Enabled (Default setting)
“oFF” = Option Disabled
4. When “rAEn” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The current Manual
Rapid Advance status will appear in the display.
“on” = Option Enabled (Default setting)
“oFF” = Option Disabled
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current status.
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current status.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired status appears in the display. The next
option, “rAEn”, will appear in the display.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired status appears in the display. The next
option, “nCtd”, will appear in the display.
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>
<
<
>
>
<
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
>
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
>
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
NOTE: To program “rAEn” (Manual Rapid
Advance [on/off]), refer to option 21. To program
other options, refer to the appropriate section.
NOTE: To program “nCtd” (No Cycle Time
Display), refer to option 22. To program other
options, refer to the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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>
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “nCtd” appears in the display.
4. When “nCtd” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The current No Cycle
Time Display status will appear in the display.
“on” = Option Enabled
“oFF” = Option Disabled (Default Setting)
<
>
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current status.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired status appears in the display. The next
option, “PCtd”, will appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “PCtd” (Programmable Cycle
Time Display), refer to option 23. To program other
options, refer to the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
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2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “PCtd” appears in the display.
<
<
>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
How to Program Programmable Cycle
Time Display
4. When “PCtd” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The current
Programmable Cycle Time Display status will
appear in the display.
“on” = Option Enabled
“oFF” = Option Disabled (Default Setting)
NOTE: Enabling this option will not change the
cycle time, only the display time for the user. Refer
to option “Cnin” in Cycle Programming to
program minutes to the cycle time display.
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current status.
<
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
>
How to Program No Cycle Time Display
This option allows the owner to program the displayed
cycle time.
>
This option allows the owner to enable or disable
whether the cycle time will appear in the display.
23. Programmable Cycle Time
Display “PCtd”
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22. No Cycle Time Display “nCtd”
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired status appears in the display. The next
option, “SdAd”, will appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “SdAd” (Slow Drain
Detection Adjust Value), refer to option 24. To
program other options, refer to the appropriate
section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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24. Slow Drain Detection Adjust
Value “SdAd”
25. Pause/Resume Mode (On/Off)
“SPAU”
This option allows the owner to increase or decrease
the Slow Drain Detection threshold by adding
additional seconds to the threshold value. When
enabled, it increases the time before a Slow Drain
Error will occur.
This option allows the owner to enable or disable
Pause/Resume Mode. When enabled, users can press
the START keypad three times (during first three
minutes of cycle) to pause the cycle.
How to Program No Cycle Time Display
How to Program the Pause/Resume
Mode (On/Off)
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “SdAd” appears in the display.
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to scroll through the programmable
options until “SPAU” appears in the display.
4. When “SdAd” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The current Slow Drain
Detection Adjust status will appear in the display.
4. When “SPAU” appears in the display, press the
START (enter) keypad. The current Pause/
Resume status will appear in the display.
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>
<
<
>
<
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “Prog” appears in the display. Press
the START (enter) keypad and “AtS” will appear
in the display.
>
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
>
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current status.
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NOTE: The Slow Drain Detection Adjust Value can
be set from 0 to 255 seconds.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired value appears in the display. The next
option, “SPAU”, will appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “SPAU” (Pause/Resume
Mode), refer to option 25. To program other
options, refer to the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
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5. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad to change the current value.
>
“on” = Option Enabled
“oFF” = Option Disabled (Default Setting)
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“on” = Option Enabled
“oFF” = Option Disabled (Default Setting)
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the
desired status appears in the display. The next
option, “AtS”, will appear in the display.
NOTE: To program “AtS” (Cycle Vend Price),
refer to option 1. To program other options, refer to
the appropriate section.
How to Exit Programming Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
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Collecting Audit Information
This feature allows the owner to retrieve audit
information stored in the machine by pressing a
sequence of pads on the control. For an explanation of
the audit options available, refer to Table 12.
Audit Options List
#
Display
1
“CyC”
How to Enter Audit Feature
2
There are two methods the owner can use to enter the
Audit Feature.
3
“rCyC” Total # of rapid advance cycles
“Coi1” Total # of coins #1
4
“Coi2”
Entering the Audit Feature by Manual
Mode
5
“PLSE” Total # of Start Pulses
1. Control must be in Manual Mode to start. Refer
to Entering the Manual Mode.
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>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “AUdt” appears.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad. “CyC” will
appear.
Entering the Audit Feature with the Coin
Vault Open
1. Open coin vault. Make sure top cover is closed.
2. Press the START (enter) keypad.
How to Read Audit Data
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>
1. Use the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( ) keypad
to scroll through various options until the desired
option is shown in the display. Refer to the Audit
Options List, Table 12, for an explanation of the
audit options available.
Description
Total # of machine cycles
Total # of coins #2
Table 12
2. Once the desired option appears in the display,
press the START (enter) keypad once to start the
audit count. At this point, the display will show
the first four-digit segment of the audit value. If
the audit count is 10,000 or higher, press the
START (enter) keypad again to view the last four
digits of the number.
NOTE: The display can show up to 4 digits at one
time. Audit counts 10,000 or higher are separated
into two 4-digit segments. Each time the START
(enter) keypad is pressed in step 2, the display will
show the next 4-digit segment in the audit value. If
the value is 9,999 or less, only one 4-digit segment
will be shown.
For Example: In the Total Number of Coins #1 option
with “Coi1” shown in the display, the audit has
counted 10,009 coins. Pressing the START (enter)
keypad one time will show “_ _ _ 1” to represent ten
thousand. Pressing the START (enter) keypad a second
time will display “0009” meaning nine. The total
equals “00010009” or 10,009.
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 – 4.
How to Exit Audit Feature
Press the Delicate Warm (<) keypad.
NOTE: To exit Audit Feature when using Coin
Vault Open method, owner must close coin vault.
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Manual Reset
How to Enter Manual Reset
1. Control must be in Manual Mode to start.
Refer to Entering the Manual Mode.
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2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “rSEt” appears.
>
This feature allows the owner to reset the machine
control’s programming data to the factory default
settings by pressing a sequence of pads on the control.
For an explanation of the Factory Default Settings,
refer to Table 1.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad. The control will
be blank until the programming is complete.
Once the program has been reset, the control will
display the next Manual Mode option, “diAg”.
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Testing Machine and
Electronic Control Functions
This feature allows the owner to run diagnostic tests
on various machine operations without servicing the
machine. The following tests are available:
• Balance Weight Test (Design 1 models only)
How to Exit Diagnostic Testing Feature
Press the DELICATE WARM (<) keypad. The display
will return to the previous mode of operation.
Diagnostic (Testing) Mode –
Quick Reference Chart
• Water Purge Test
• Water Leak Detection Test
The following tests are available on Design 2 models
only:
• Drive Software Version Number
Test Number
“d019”
• Drive Parameter Table Version Number
• Drive Type Value
• Drive DC Bus Display Test
How to Enter Diagnostic Testing Feature
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to
Entering the Manual Mode.
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>
2. Press the COLD ( ) or the DELICATE COLD
( ) keypad until “dIAg” appears.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad. Display will
change to “d001” indicating the front end control
software version number test.
VFD Balance Weight Test
(Design 1 models)
Display
“bAL”
Drive DC Bus Display Test “dCb”
(Design 2 models)
“d020”
Water Purge Test
“PUrg”
“d021”
Water Leak Detection Test
“Ld”
“d022”
(Design 2
models only)
Drive Software Version
Number
“drxx”
“d023”
(Design 2
models only)
Drive Parameter Table
Version Number
“dPxx”
“d024”
(Design 2
models only)
Drive Type Value
“dt x”
Table 13
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>
4. Press the COLD ( ) or the DELICATE COLD
( ) keypad to scroll through the diagnostic test
options.
Diagnostic Mode
How to Start Tests
To start a diagnostic test, refer to the quick reference
chart (Table 13). Press the START (enter) keypad
when the desired test number is displayed. For detailed
information on each test, read the appropriate description.
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Testing Machine and Electronic Control Functions
VFD Balance Weight Test (Design 1
models)
Water Purge Test
This test is only available on machines equipped with
a variable frequency motor drive.
To start test, control must be in the Diagnostic Testing
Mode. Refer to How to Enter Diagnostic Testing
Feature at the beginning of this section.
This option empties all water from the machine.
To start test, control must be in the Diagnostic Testing
Mode. Refer to How to Enter Diagnostic Testing
Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display
will show “bAL” and the START keypad LED will
flash. Close the door. Press the START (enter) keypad.
The door will lock. The motor will turn at distribution
speed. The control monitors the VFD balance switch
for frequency and displays a corresponding message.
Refer to Table 14.
VFD Balance
Switch Frequency
0
Description
Display
Switch is always
closed
“CLoS”
1 Hz
“1 H”
2 Hz
“2 H”
3 Hz
“3 H”
Switch is always
open
“oPEn”
Table 14
Press the START (enter) keypad to stop the test. The
door will not unlock until the basket stops or the coast
time has expired.
Drive DC Bus Display Test (Design 2
models)
This test is only available on machines equipped with
a custom drive.
To start test, control must be in the Diagnostic Testing
Mode. Refer to How to Enter Diagnostic Testing
Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display
will show “dCb” and the START keypad LED will
flash. Close the door. Press the START (enter) keypad.
The door will lock. The control will turn on the drive
and ramp up the motor to distribution speed. The
drive’s DC Bus Voltage will display.
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To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display
will show “PUrg” and the START keypad LED will
flash. Close the door. Press the START (enter) keypad.
The door will lock. The display will show “FLSH”.
The control will energize all water valves and supply
outputs while keeping the drain valves open.
The test will end, return to Water Purge Test start
prompt, and door will unlock if any keypad is pressed,
the door is unlocked or opened, if an end test
communication is received or if two minutes has
occurred since the test began. The control will prevent
the door from being unlocked until there is no water in
the machine.
Water Leak Detection Test
This option allows the owner to test for a water leak in
the machine.
To start test, control must be in the Diagnostic Testing
Mode. Refer to How to Enter Diagnostic Testing
Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) Keypad. The display
will show “Ld” and the START keypad LED will flash
if the door is closed. Press the START (enter) keypad.
The door will lock. The control closes the drain valve
and fills the machine with cold water to low level. The
water level is monitored for 2 minutes and the display
shows an alternating horizontal segment while the
control is monitoring the water level. If after 2 minutes
the water level is the same, control will display
“PASS”, water will drain, door will unlock and
control will return to Ready Mode. If water level is
lower, indicating a leak in the drain, control will
display “FAIL”, water will drain, door will unlock and
water leak detection error will display as “E Ld”.
On Design 2 models, if water level is higher,
indicating a leak in the fill valve, control will display
“FAIL”, water will drain, door will unlock and water
leak detection error will display as “E LF”.
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Testing Machine and Electronic Control Functions
Drive Software Version Number Test
(Design 2 models only)
This option displays the custom drive software version
number. To start test, control must be in the Diagnostic
Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter Diagnostic
Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display
will show “drxx” where “xx” is the custom drive
software version number.
To exit the Custom Drive Software Version Number
Test, press the DELICATE WARM (<) keypad. The
control will return to the Diagnostic Testing Mode.
Drive Parameter Table Version Number
(Design 2 models only)
This option displays the custom drive parameter table
version number. To start test, control must be in the
Diagnostic Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter
Diagnostic Testing Feature at the beginning of this
section.
Production Test Cycle
To Enter Production Test Cycle
1. Be certain control is in Ready Mode and top
cover or coin vault is open.
2. While pressing and holding the Cold keypad with
one hand, press the Quick Hot keypad with the
other hand.
3. When the control enters the Production Test
Cycle, it will first display “S xx” with the “xx”
showing the software version of the front end
control.
4. The control will advance through the sequence of
test steps whenever any key is pressed. Refer to
Table 16 for all tests in the Production Test
Cycle.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display
will show “dPxx” where “xx” is the custom drive
parameter table version number.
To exit the Custom Drive Parameter Table Version
Number Test, press the DELICATE WARM (<)
keypad. The control will return to the Diagnostic
Testing Mode.
Drive Type Value (Design 2 models only)
This option displays the custom drive type value. To
start test, control must be in the Diagnostic Testing
Mode. Refer to How to Enter Diagnostic Testing
Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display
will show “dt x” where “x” is the custom drive type
value. Refer to Table 15.
Display
Drive Type
“dt 1”
“dt 2”
“dt 3”
“dt 4”
2 HP drive
3 HP drive
5 HP 280V drive
5 HP 480V drive
Table 15
To exit the Custom Drive Type Value, press the
DELICATE WARM (<) keypad. The control will
return to the Diagnostic Testing Mode.
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Testing Machine and Electronic Control Functions
To Exit Production Test Cycle
To exit a test step, power down the machine.
Production Test Cycle Quick Reference Chart
Display
Test Cycle Step
Comments
“S xx”
FEC Control Software
Version
xx is the software version number.
“o xx”
Output Board Software
Version
xx is the software version number.
“Ct2”
Control Type
2 is the control type.
“CoIn”
Control Type
Coin
“USA”
Control Type
Domestic
“drAn”
Drain Type
Drain
“tEnP”
Temp Sensor
Step skipped if not model with heat.
“HEAt”
Heater
Step skipped if not heater-equipped.
“L dC” or “L AC”
Door Lock Type
“L dC” if 24 VDC lock or “L AC” if 240 VAC unlock solenoid.
“droP” or “drCL”
Door Status
Door open or closed.
“drUL” or “drLo”
Door Lock Status
Door will lock.
“8.8.8.8.” + all LEDs
Display Test
All display elements are lit.
“PAxx” where xx = 1, 2, Keypad Test step
3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11
Advance after all keypads are pressed.
“A xx”
Top Cover Switch Test
xx is either “CL” for closed or “oP” for open.
“U xx”
Coin Vault Switch Test
xx is either “CL” for closed or “oP” for open.
“CxCx”
Coin Drop Test
1st x is number of Coin Drop #1 coins. 2nd x is number of Coin
Drop #2 coins.
“Cxxx” or “Pxxx”
Machine Type/Size
“drxx”
Drive Software Version
Number
xx is the drive software version number. Design 2 models only.
“dPxx”
Drive Parameter Table
Version Number
xx is the drive parameter table version number. Design 2 models
only.
“dt x”
Drive Type Value
xx is the drive type value. Design 2 models only.
“HFIL”
Hot Fill to Low Level
All water outputs turned off when Low Level reached.
“CFIL”
Cold Fill to Low Level
All water outputs turned off when Low Level reached.
“bFIL”
Warm Fill to Low Level
All water outputs turned off when Low Level reached.
“bFIH”
Warm Fill to High Level
All water outputs turned off when High Level reached.
“S1” for supply or
“C2Co” for
compartment
Supply #1 or Compartment
#2 Cold Fill
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Table 16 (continued)
Production Test Cycle Quick Reference Chart
Display
Test Mode
Comments
“S2” for supply or
“C2Ho” for
compartment
Supply #2 or Compartment
#2 Hot Fill
“S3” for supply or
“C3Co” for
compartment
Supply #3 or Compartment
#3 Cold Fill
“S4” for supply or
“C4Ho” for
compartment
Supply #4 or Compartment
#4 Hot Fill
“xxxF” degrees F or
“xxxC” degrees C
depending on the
Fahrenheit/Celsius
programming parameter
Heat water to 110°F or
display temperature
xxx is degree temperature. This step skipped if not model with
heat. Heater turned off when temperature reached.
“LoAg”
Reduced Wash Speed
Forward with no agitation
action
This step skipped on 2 Speed Models.
“Ag”
Wash Speed Forward with no
agitation action
“rAg”
Wash Speed Reverse with no
agitation action
“drAI”
Drain Distribution Speed
“PUrg”
Factory Valve Purge
“SP 1”
Extract Speed #1 “very low”
This step skipped on 2 Speed Models.
“SP 2”
Extract Speed #2 “low”
This step skipped on 2 Speed Models.
“SP 3”
Extract Speed #3 “medium”
This step skipped on 2 Speed Models.
“SP 4” (VFD Models)
or
“SPIn” (2 Speed
Models)
Extract Speed #4 “high”
Design 2 models only. This step skipped on Design 2 F-Speed
Models.
“SP 5”
Extract Speed #5 “very high” Design 2 models only. This step skipped on Design 2 2 Speed and
F-Speed Models.
“SP 6”
Extract Speed #6 “ultra high” Design 2 models only.
“Prdn”
End of test
Turn Power off
Table 16
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Error Codes
Following is a list of possible error codes for an
electronic control. Errors beginning with “EI” refer to
external device Infra-red communication errors. All
other errors refer to machine errors.
Display
Cause/
Corrective Action
Description
EI01
Transmission Failure
Communication failure. Re-aim external device and try
again.
EI02
Time-out Error
Communication failure. Re-aim external device and try
again.
EI03
Invalid Command Code
Communication successful, but the command was not
valid for this machine type, or the control could not
perform the command in its current mode of operation.
Ensure data is for current machine type and control is in
correct mode.
EI04
Expecting Upload Request
Communication failure. Re-aim external device and try
again.
EI05
Invalid or Out-of-Range Data
The value in at least one of the programming options is
invalid or out of range. Recheck the programming
option’s value and try again.
EI09
CRC-16 Error
Communication failure. Re-aim external device and try
again.
EI0A
Framing Error
Communication error. Re-aim external device and try
again.
EI0C
Time-out Exceeded
Communication error. Re-aim external device and try
again.
EI0E
Encryption Error
Communication error. Re-aim external device and try
again. If the problem persists, check that the security
code is correct.
EI0F
Infra-red Disabled
Communication failure or infra-red is disabled.
Manually enable infra-red on control or re-aim external
device and try again.
E FL
Fill Error
Programmed water level not reached within 10 minutes
(or other programmed length of time) in any fill agitate
cycle. End cycle. Power down machine to clear.
E SP
SPI Communications Error
Front End control cannot communicate with output
board. Power down the machine, power up and try
again.
E dL
Door Lock Error
Door does not lock immeadiately upon closing (open
and reclose door) or doesn’t unlock 5 seconds after cycle
completion. Power down machine and retry.
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Table 17 (continued)
Display
Cause/
Corrective Action
Description
E do
Door Open Error
Control detects door open. Caused by pulling on door
while locked or about to lock. Correct inoperative door
locking system. End cycle. Power down machine to
clear.
E Ub
Unbalance Error
Unable to balance load. Redistribute load and run cycle.
door
Door Open Indicator
Door is not closed in Start Mode. If door is closed, check
for improper wiring or faulty door switch.
Err
Coin Error
Invalid coin pulse or inoperative coin sensor. Check coin
drop area and remove obstructions. If error persists,
tampering may have occured. Evaluate security
procedures.
E dr
Drain Alarm Error
Machine not drained within 15 minutes (or other
programmed length of time) in any drain step. End
cycle. Power down machine to clear.
E Ht
Heat Alarm Error
Programmed heat alarm time of 120 minutes or other
programmed length of time is exceeded. Turn off heater
output for remainder of cycle.
E oP
Open Temperature Sensor Error
Control senses temperature less than 0°F (-18°C) in
machine equipped with temperature sensor. Heater and
thermistor related operations are disabled.
E SH
Shorted Temperature Sensor Error
Control senses temperature greater than 220°F (104°C)
in machine equipped with temperature sensor. Heater
and thermistor related operations are disabled for
remainder of cycle.
E ro
Rotation Sensor Error
Invalid signal received from Rotation Sensor. Control
will activate coast times to complete cycle.
E FS
Frame Balance Switch Error
Control detects Frame Balance Switch open. End cycle.
E db
Drive Balance Switch Error
Control detects VFD Balance Switch input closed at
start of drain step. End cycle. Power down machine to
clear.
E Ld
Water Leak Detection Error
If control senses a drop in water level during diagnostic
testing. Power down machine to clear. Control shows
error after door is open (when cycle is completed) for
one minute, lights the right-most decimal point* on
display and the error information will be logged in audit
data.
E Sd
Slow Drain Error
Control shows error after door is open (when cycle is
completed) for one minute, lights the right-most decimal
point* on display and the error information will be
logged in audit data.
*To clear the decimal point on display, press the START (enter) button 3 times in succession (within 5 seconds).
**Design 2 models only.
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Error Codes
Table 17 (continued)
Display
Cause/
Corrective Action
Description
E LF**
Water Leak Detection Error
Control senses an increase in water level during
diagnostic testing. Power down machine to clear.
Control shows error after door is open (when cycle is
completed) for one minute or after test has been
completed, the right-most decimal point on display
lights* and the error information will be logged in audit
data.
Ed01**
SPI Communication Error
Front End control cannot communicate with motor
drive. Power down, verify input power and 6-pin
communication connection on drive and Front End
control, power up and try again.
Ed02**
DC Bus Error
The control detects the DC bus is too high. Power down,
verify line voltage is within specification, power up and
try again.
Ed03**
Tachometer Error
The drive detects the tachometer input is damaged
during power up or no tachometer signal is detected
after initiating motor output. Power down, verify H3 on
drive and tachometer connections on motor, power up
and try again.
Ed04**
Locked Rotor Error
Motor does not reach speed at startup. Power down,
verify motor mounting and look for obstructions, power
up and try again.
Ed05**
IGBT Overcurrent Error
The drive detects an overcurrent shunt condition. Power
down machine for a minimum of two minutes, verify the
motor is not shorted phase to phase or phase to ground.
Power up and try again. If problem persists, replace
drive.
Ed06**
Thermal Error
The control detects a high IPM temperature. Power
down, verify convection around drive heat sink, power
up and try again.
Ed07**
No Setup Error
The drive receives movement commands without
receiving a setup packet. Power down, power up and try
again.
Ed08**
Max Over Current Error
The drive detects motor output overcurrent condition.
Power down, power up and try again.
Ed09**
Current Sensor Error
The drive detects a current sensor is not operating
properly at startup. Power down, power up and try again.
If problem persists, replace drive.
*To clear the decimal point on display, press the START (enter) button 3 times in succession (within 5 seconds).
**Design 2 models only.
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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
How to Enter Rapid Advance During
an Active Cycle
1. Be certain top cover is open and coin vault switch
is closed.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad. The display will
show cycle time and the START (enter) keypad
LED will flash.
4. Press START (enter) to activate Rapid Advance
cycle.
4. Press the START (enter) keypad to start cycle.
NOTE: Door must be closed to start cycle.
<
3. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “rAPd” appears in the display.
>
2. Press the Cold ( ) or the Delicate Cold ( )
keypad until “rAPd” appears in the display.
<
2. While pressing and holding the Heavy Hot
keypad with one hand, press the Hot keypad with
the other hand.
>
1. If control is in Ready Mode, control must be put
into Manual Mode. Refer to Entering the
Manual Mode.
How to Use Rapid Advance
Control may be in an active cycle or in the Ready
Mode to use the Rapid Advance feature.
While in the Rapid Advance Mode, pressing the
START (enter) keypad will advance the machine to the
next cycle step. The cycle indicator lights will tell
which cycle step the machine is in.
For Example: If the washer is in the first Fill cycle
step, pressing the START (enter) keypad will advance
the washer into the Agitate cycle step.
Continue pressing the START (enter) keypad until the
cycle is completed.
How to Exit Rapid Advance Feature
1. Advance through the cycles until reaching the
Ready Mode.
NOTE: The Rapid Advance option must be turned
on for Rapid Advance to work. Refer to option 21
in Programming Control.
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Clear Vend Feature
The Clear Vend feature allows the owner to clear a
control which is in the middle of satisfying a vend
price, and set it back to the Ready Mode.
How to Clear Vend
1. Open the top cover. Refer to Opening the Top
Cover.
2. While pressing and holding the Heavy Hot
keypad with one hand, press the Warm keypad
with the other hand. The control will reset to the
Ready Mode.
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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 2 minutes, the
cycle will resume without requiring the user to press
the START (enter) keypad to restart.
If the power failure lasted longer than 2 minutes, the
START (enter) keypad will flash until it is pressed and
the cycle will restart from the point it left off.
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Communications Mode
Infra-red Communications
The Infra-red Communications feature allows the
control to communicate with an external device. The
control can be programmed without using the keypad.
How to Begin Communications with An
External Device
The control will go blank and the display will show
“-C-” until the communication is complete. If an error
occurs that terminates communication, the display will
show “EIXX” (“XX” represents the error code).
NOTE: The Infra-red Communications option
must be turned on. Refer to option 14 in
Programming Control.
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Default Cycles
Cycle Chart
Hot
Warm
Cold
Heavy/
Hot
Delicate/
Warm
Delicate/
Cold
Quick/
Hot
Quick/
Warm
CYC1
CYC2
CYC3
CYC4
CYC5
CYC6
CYC7
CYC8
Agitation type
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
3/12/3
Gentle
3/12/3
Gentle
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
Wash 1 (ON/OFF)
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
Warm
Warm
Cold
Warm
Warm
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cycle Stops
Cycle reference
(display in Program Mode)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
High
High
High
Low
High
High
Low
Low
C1 (S1)
C1 (S1)
C1 (S1)
C1 (S1)
C1 (S1)
C1 (S1)
C1 (S1)
C1 (S1)
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Spin (min.)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Wash 2 (ON/OFF)
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
6
6
6
6
6
6
4
4
Hot
Warm
Cold
Hot
Warm
Cold
Hot
Warm
Drain
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
C1, C2, C3
(S1, S2)
C1, C2, C3
(S1, S2)
C1, C2, C3
(S1, S2)
C1, C2, C3
(S1, S2)
C1, C2, C3
(S1, S2)
C1, C2, C3
(S1, S2)
C1, C2, C3
(S1, S2)
C1, C2, C3
(S1, S2)
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Spin (min.)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Wash 3 (ON/OFF)
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Drain
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Spin (min.)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Wash 4 (ON/OFF)
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Drain
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
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Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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(continued)
Cycle Chart
Cycle Stops
Cycle reference
(display in Program Mode)
Agitation type
Rinse 1 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Hot
Warm
Cold
Heavy/
Hot
Delicate/
Warm
Delicate/
Cold
Quick/
Hot
Quick/
Warm
CYC1
CYC2
CYC3
CYC4
CYC5
CYC6
CYC7
CYC8
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
3/12/3
Gentle
3/12/3
Gentle
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Low
Low
Low
High
High
High
High
High
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Spin (min.)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Rinse 2 (ON/OFF)
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Drain
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Spin (min.)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Rinse 3 (ON/OFF)
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
2
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Drain
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
High
High
High
High
High
High
Low
Low
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
C1, C2, C3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Spin (min.)
1 (High)
1 (High)
1 (High)
0
1 (High)
1 (High)
0
0
Rinse 4 (ON/OFF)
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Cold
Drain
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
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Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
C1, C2, C3,
C4 (S3, S4)
C1, C2, C3,
C4 (S3, S4)
C1, C2, C3
(S3, S4)
C1, C2, C3
(S3, S4)
C1, C2, C3
(S3, S4)
C1, C2, C3
(S3, S4)
C1, C2, C3
(S3, S4)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
3
(High)
3
(High)
3
4
4
4
Design 1:
Design 1:
Design 1:
Design 1:
(Very High) (Very High) (Very High) (Very High)
Design 2:
Design 2:
Design 2:
Design 2:
(Ultra High) (Ultra High) (Ultra High) (Ultra High)
Spin (min.)
Default Cycle Time
(hh:mm:ss)
Low
C1, C2, C3,
C4 (S3, S4)
2
2
Design 1:
Design 1:
(Very High) (Very High)
Design 2:
Design 2:
(Ultra High) (Ultra High)
2 speed
00:22:20
00:22:20
00:22:20
00:26:20
00:19:20
00:19:20
00:16:20
00:16:20
F-speed
(Design 1)
00:23:05
00:23:05
00:23:05
00:27:05
00:20:05
00:20:05
00:17:05
00:17:05
F-speed
(Design 2)
00:23:17
00:23:17
00:23:17
00:27:17
00:20:17
00:20:17
00:17:17
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Default Cycles
Cycle Stops
Cycle reference
(display in Program Mode)
Agitation type
Blank Cycle Chart
Heavy/
Cold
Hot
Hot
Warm
CYC1
CYC2
CYC3
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
Delicate/
Warm
Delicate/
Cold
Quick/
Hot
Quick/
Warm
CYC4
CYC5
CYC6
CYC7
CYC8
18/3/18
Normal
3/12/3
Gentle
3/12/3
Gentle
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
Wash 1 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Wash 2 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Wash 3 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Wash 4 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
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Cycle Stops
Cycle reference
(display in Program Mode)
Agitation type
Blank Cycle Chart
Heavy/
Cold
Hot
Hot
Warm
CYC1
CYC2
CYC3
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
Delicate/
Warm
Delicate/
Cold
Quick/
Hot
Quick/
Warm
CYC4
CYC5
CYC6
CYC7
CYC8
18/3/18
Normal
3/12/3
Gentle
3/12/3
Gentle
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
Rinse 1 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Rinse 2 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Rinse 3 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Rinse 4 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Default Cycle Time
(hh:mm:ss)
2 speed
F-speed
(Design 1)
F-speed
(Design 2)
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Cycle Stops
Cycle reference
(display in Program Mode)
Agitation type
Blank Cycle Chart
Heavy/
Cold
Hot
Hot
Warm
CYC1
CYC2
CYC3
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
Delicate/
Warm
Delicate/
Cold
Quick/
Hot
Quick/
Warm
CYC4
CYC5
CYC6
CYC7
CYC8
18/3/18
Normal
3/12/3
Gentle
3/12/3
Gentle
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
Wash 1 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Wash 2 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Wash 3 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Wash 4 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
(continued)
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(continued)
Cycle Stops
Cycle reference
(display in Program Mode)
Agitation type
Blank Cycle Chart
Heavy/
Cold
Hot
Hot
Warm
CYC1
CYC2
CYC3
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
Delicate/
Warm
Delicate/
Cold
Quick/
Hot
Quick/
Warm
CYC4
CYC5
CYC6
CYC7
CYC8
18/3/18
Normal
3/12/3
Gentle
3/12/3
Gentle
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
Rinse 1 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Rinse 2 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Rinse 3 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Rinse 4 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Default Cycle Time
(hh:mm:ss)
2 speed
F-speed
(Design 1)
F-speed
(Design 2)
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Cycle Stops
Cycle reference
(display in Program Mode)
Agitation type
Blank Cycle Chart
Heavy/
Cold
Hot
Hot
Warm
CYC1
CYC2
CYC3
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
Delicate/
Warm
Delicate/
Cold
Quick/
Hot
Quick/
Warm
CYC4
CYC5
CYC6
CYC7
CYC8
18/3/18
Normal
3/12/3
Gentle
3/12/3
Gentle
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
Wash 1 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Wash 2 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Wash 3 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Wash 4 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
(continued)
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(continued)
Cycle Stops
Cycle reference
(display in Program Mode)
Agitation type
Blank Cycle Chart
Heavy/
Cold
Hot
Hot
Warm
CYC1
CYC2
CYC3
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
Delicate/
Warm
Delicate/
Cold
Quick/
Hot
Quick/
Warm
CYC4
CYC5
CYC6
CYC7
CYC8
18/3/18
Normal
3/12/3
Gentle
3/12/3
Gentle
18/3/18
Normal
18/3/18
Normal
Rinse 1 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Rinse 2 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Rinse 3 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Rinse 4 (ON/OFF)
Time for agitation (min.)
Fill Temperature
Fill Level
Supply
Heat (if enabled)
Drain
Spin (min.)
Default Cycle Time
(hh:mm:ss)
2 speed
F-speed
(Design 1)
F-speed
(Design 2)
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