Installation manual | Alliance Laundry Systems 512685R2 Clothes Dryer User Manual

Installation/Operation
Stacked
Clothes Dryer
Nonmetered and Metered
Electric and Gas Models
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Part No. 512685R2
July 2007
WARNING
FOR YOUR SAFETY, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize
the risk of fire or explosion or to prevent property damage, personal injury or
death.
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• Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or
any other appliance.
• WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
– Do not try to light any appliance.
– Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building.
– Clear the room, building or area of all occupants.
– Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s
instructions.
– If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
• Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the gas
supplier.
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IMPORTANT: Purchaser must consult the local gas supplier for suggested instructions to be followed if the
dryer user smells gas. The gas utility instructions plus the SAFETY and WARNING note directly above
must be posted in a prominent location near the dryer for customer use.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
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The following information applies to the state of Massachusetts, USA.
• This appliance can only be installed by a Massachusetts licensed plumber or gas fitter.
• This appliance must be installed with a 36 inch (91 cm) long flexible gas connector.
• A “T-Handle” type gas shut-off valve must be installed in the gas supply line to this appliance.
• This appliance must not be installed in a bedroom or bathroom.
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Table of
Contents
Safety Information..............................................................................
Explanation of Safety Messages...........................................................
Important Safety Instructions ...............................................................
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Installation...........................................................................................
Nonmetered Models.........................................................................
Metered Models ...............................................................................
Before You Start ...................................................................................
Tools ................................................................................................
Additional Security...............................................................................
Installing the Dryer ...............................................................................
Step 1: Position and Level the Dryer ...............................................
Step 2: Connect Dryer Unit Exhaust System ...................................
Exhaust Direction.............................................................................
Exhaust System ................................................................................
Multi-Dryer Installation Exhaust Requirements ..............................
Step 3: (Gas Dryer Only) Connect Gas Supply Pipe .......................
Step 4: (Electric Dryer Only) Connect Electrical Plug ....................
Step 5: Reverse Door, if Desired .....................................................
Step 6: Wipe Out Inside of Dryer ....................................................
Step 7: Plug In the Dryer .................................................................
Step 8: Recheck Steps 1-7................................................................
Step 9: Check Heat Source ..............................................................
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Vending................................................................................................
Coin Slide Guards.................................................................................
Coin Slide Control ................................................................................
Power-Up Mode...............................................................................
Ready Mode .....................................................................................
Start Mode........................................................................................
Run Mode.........................................................................................
Door Open Mode .............................................................................
End of Cycle Mode ..........................................................................
Topoffs .............................................................................................
Temperature Selector Switch ...........................................................
Error Display Mode .........................................................................
Setting Dry Time Dipswitches..............................................................
Dipswitch Settings ................................................................................
Test Setting ......................................................................................
Slide Extension .....................................................................................
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Operation.............................................................................................
Operation Instructions for Nonmetered and Coin Slide Dryers ...........
Step 1: Clean Lint Filter...................................................................
Step 2: Load Laundry.......................................................................
Step 3: Close Loading Door.............................................................
Step 4: Determine Proper Dryer ......................................................
Step 5: Set Fabric Selector ...............................................................
Step 6: Start Dryer ...........................................................................
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Operation Instructions for Electronic Display Control Dryers.............
Step 1: Clean Lint Filter...................................................................
Step 2: Load Laundry.......................................................................
Step 3: Close Loading Door.............................................................
Step 4: Determine Proper Dryer ......................................................
Step 5: Set Fabric Selector ...............................................................
Step 6: Insert Coin(s) or Card ..........................................................
Step 7: Start Dryer ...........................................................................
Indicator Lights ................................................................................
Operation Instructions for MDC Dryers...............................................
Step 1: Clean Lint Filter...................................................................
Step 2: Load Laundry.......................................................................
Step 3: Close Loading Door.............................................................
Step 4: Determine Proper Dryer ......................................................
Step 5: Set Fabric Selector ...............................................................
Step 6: Insert Coin(s) or Card ..........................................................
Step 7: Start Dryer ...........................................................................
Indicator Lights ................................................................................
Operation Instructions for NetMaster Dryers .......................................
Step 1: Clean Lint Filter...................................................................
Step 2: Load Laundry.......................................................................
Step 3: Close Loading Door.............................................................
Step 4: Determine Proper Dryer ......................................................
Step 5: Set Fabric Selector ...............................................................
Step 6: Insert Coin(s) or Card ..........................................................
Step 7: Start Dryer ...........................................................................
Indicator Lights ................................................................................
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Maintenance ........................................................................................
Lubrication............................................................................................
Care of Your Dryer...............................................................................
Dryer Interior ...................................................................................
Cabinet .............................................................................................
Control Panel ...................................................................................
Exhaust System ................................................................................
Lint Filter ..............................................................................................
Motor Overload Protector.....................................................................
For Energy Conservation......................................................................
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Troubleshooting .................................................................................. 45
Contact Information........................................................................... 46
Installer Checklist...............................................................
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Safety Information
Explanation of Safety Messages
Important Safety Instructions
Throughout this manual and on machine decals, you
will find precautionary statements (“DANGER,”
“WARNING,” and “CAUTION”) followed by specific
instructions. These precautions are intended for the
personal safety of the operator, user, servicer, and
those maintaining the machine.
Save These Instructions
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation that, if not avoided, will cause
severe personal injury or death.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, could cause severe personal
injury or death.
CAUTION
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock,
or injury to persons when using your
dryer, follow these basic precautions:
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1. Read all instructions before using the dryer.
2. Refer to the GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS in
the INSTALLATION manual for the proper
grounding of the dryer.
3. Do not dry articles that have been previously
cleaned in, washed in, soaked in, or spotted with
gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents, other flammable
or explosive substances as they give off vapors
that could ignite or explode.
4. Do not allow children to play on or in the dryer.
Close supervision of children is necessary when
the dryer is used near children. This is a safety
rule for all appliances.
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, may cause minor or moderate
personal injury or property damage.
5. Before the dryer is removed from service or
discarded, remove the door to the drying
compartment.
Additional precautionary statements (“IMPORTANT”
and “NOTE”) are followed by specific instructions.
6. Do not reach into the dryer if the cylinder is
revolving.
IMPORTANT: The word “IMPORTANT” is used
to inform the reader of specific procedures where
minor machine damage will occur if the procedure
is not followed.
7. Do not install or store the dryer where it will be
exposed to water and/or weather.
NOTE: The word “NOTE” is used to communicate
installation, operation, maintenance or servicing
information that is important but not hazard
related.
8. Do not tamper with the controls.
9. Do not repair or replace any part of the dryer, or
attempt any servicing unless specifically
recommended in the user-maintenance
instructions or in published user-repair
instructions that you understand and have the
skills to carry out.
10. Do not use fabric softeners or products to
eliminate static unless recommended by the
manufacturer of the fabric softener or product.
11. To reduce the risk of fire, DO NOT DRY plastics
or articles containing foam rubber or similarly
textured rubberlike materials.
12. ALWAYS clean the lint filter after every load. A
layer of lint in the filter reduces drying efficiency
and prolongs drying time.
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13. Keep area around the exhaust opening and
adjacent surrounding area free from the
accumulation of lint, dust and dirt.
14. The interior of the dryer and the exhaust duct
should be cleaned periodically by qualified
service personnel.
15. If not installed, operated and maintained in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions
or if there is damage to or mishandling of this
product’s components, use of this product could
expose you to substances in the fuel or from fuel
combustion which can cause death or serious
illness and which are known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects or other
reproductive harm.
16. Dryer will not operate with the loading door
open. DO NOT bypass the door safety switch by
permitting the dryer to operate with the door
open. The dryer will stop tumbling when the door
is opened. Do not use the dryer if it does not stop
tumbling when the door is opened or starts
tumbling without pressing the START
mechanism. Remove the dryer from use and call
the service person.
17. Do not put articles soiled with vegetable or
cooking oil in the dryer, as these oils may not be
removed during washing. Due to the remaining
oil, the fabric may catch on fire by itself.
18. To reduce the risk of fire, DO NOT put clothes
which have traces of any flammable substances
such as machine oil, flammable chemicals,
thinner, etc., or anything containing wax or
chemicals such as in mops and cleaning cloths, or
anything dry-cleaned at home with a drycleaning solvent in the dryer.
19. Use the dryer only for its intended purpose,
drying clothes.
20. Always disconnect the electrical power to the
dryer before attempting service. Disconnect the
power cord by grasping the plug, not the cord.
21. If supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
a special cord or assembly available from the
manufacturer or its service agent.
22. Install this dryer according to the
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. All
connections for electrical power, grounding and
gas supply must comply with local codes and be
made by licensed personnel when required. Do
not do it yourself unless you know how!
23. Remove laundry immediately after the dryer
stops.
24. Always read and follow manufacturer’s
instructions on packages of laundry and cleaning
aids. Heed all warnings or precautions. To reduce
the risk of poisoning or chemical burns, keep
them out of reach of children at all times
(preferably in a locked cabinet).
25. Do not tumble fiberglass curtains and draperies
unless the label says it can be done. If they are
dried, wipe out the cylinder with a damp cloth to
remove particles of fiberglass.
26. ALWAYS follow the fabric care instructions
supplied by the garment manufacturer.
27. Never operate the dryer with any guards and/or
panels removed.
28. DO NOT operate the dryer with missing or
broken parts.
29. DO NOT bypass any safety devices.
30. DO NOT operate dryers if the units have been
separated.
31. 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.
IMPORTANT: Solvent vapors from dry-cleaning
machines create acids when drawn through the
heater of the drying unit. These acids are corrosive
to the dryer as well as to the laundry load being
dried. Be sure make-up air is free of solvent vapors.
IMPORTANT: Have your dryer installed properly.
Don’t do it yourself unless you know how!
NOTE: The WARNING and IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS appearing in this
manual are not meant to cover all possible
conditions and situations that may occur. Common
sense, caution and care must be exercised when
installing, maintaining, or operating the dryer.
Always contact your dealer, distributor, service agent
or the manufacturer about any problems or conditions
you do not understand.
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4.5 in.
(11.4 cm)
23.5 in.
(59.7 cm)
*39.38 in. (100 cm)
8 in.
(20.3 cm)
15.5 in. (39.4 cm)
*76.5 in. (194.3 cm)
7 in.
(17.8 cm)
*44.8 in. (113.8 cm)
Nonmetered Models
4 in.
(10.2 cm)
28 in.
(71.1 cm)
26.9 in.
(68.3 cm)
*15.44 in.
(39.2 cm)
ELECTRIC MODELS
DRY2104N
DRY2104N
4.5 in.
(11.4 cm)
23.5 in.
(59.7 cm)
28 in.
(71.1 cm)
4 in.
(10.2 cm)
2.3 in.
(6 cm)
26.9 in.
(68.3 cm)
*39.38 in. (100 cm)
8 in.
(20.3 cm)
15.5 in.
(39.4 cm)
*43.5 in. (110.5 cm)
7 in.
(17.8 cm)
*44.8 in. (113.8 cm)
*76.5 in. (194.3 cm)
*With leveling legs turned into base.
*15.44 in.
(39.2 cm)
2.8 in.
(7.1 cm)
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DRY2105N
GAS MODELS
DRY2105N
*With leveling legs turned into base.
1
3/8 in. N.P.T. Gas Connection
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4.5 in.
(11.4 cm)
23.5 in.
(59.7 cm)
Coin Slide Models
*39.38 in. (100 cm)
Electronic Control Models
*36.94 in. (93.8 cm)
8 in.
(20.3 cm)
15.5 in. (39.4 cm)
*76.5 in. (194.3 cm)
7 in.
(17.8 cm)
*44.8 in. (113.8 cm)
Metered Models
4 in.
(10.2 cm)
26.9 in.
(68.3 cm)
28 in.
(71.1 cm)
*15.44 in.
(39.2 cm)
ELECTRIC MODELS
DRY2102N
DRY2102N
8 in.
(20.3 cm)
4.5 in.
(11.4 cm)
23.5 in.
(59.7 cm)
15.5 in.
(39.4 cm)
4 in.
(10.2 cm)
2.3 in.
(6 cm)
28 in.
(71.1 cm)
Coin Slide Models
*39.38 in. (100 cm)
Electronic Control Models
*36.94 in. (93.8 cm)
7 in.
(17.8 cm)
*43.5 in. (110.5 cm)
*76.5 in. (194.3 cm)
NOTE: Not all models have windows.
*44.8 in. (113.8 cm)
*With leveling legs turned into base.
26.9 in.
(68.3 cm)
*15.44 in.
(39.2 cm)
2.8 in.
(7.1 cm)
1
DRY2103N
GAS MODELS
DRY2103N
*With leveling legs turned into base.
1
3/8 in. N.P.T. Gas Connection
NOTE: Side, rear and bottom exhaust openings are
4 inch (10.2 cm) ducting. Gas models cannot be
vented out left side of cabinet because of burner
housing.
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NOTE: Not all models have windows.
IMPORTANT: The dryer should have sufficient
clearance around it for needed ventilation and for
the ease of installation and servicing. For maximum
drying performance, we recommend that more
clearance be allowed around the dryer than the
clearances that are listed throughout this manual.
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Before You Start
Additional Security
Tools
Torx security screws are available (as optional
equipment at extra cost) for securing both lower access
panels to each dryer base. Order Part No. 62853.
For most installations, the basic tools you will need
are:
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2
A Torx bit, Part No. 282P4, is available (as optional
equipment at extra cost) for installing the Torx security
screws.
A Torx bit holder, Part No. 24161, is available (as
optional equipment at extra cost) to be used with the
Torx bit.
3
WARNING
Any disassembly requiring the use of
tools must be performed by a suitably
qualified service person.
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Wrench
Screwdrivers
Level
Teflon Tape
Duct Tape
Figure 1
NOTE: An 8 in. (20.32 cm) coin drawer is required
for coin operated MDC and NetMaster models.
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Installing the Dryer
No other fuel burning appliance should be installed in
the same closet with the dryer.
Step 1: Position and Level the Dryer
The dryer unit must not be installed or stored in an
area where it will be exposed to water and/or weather.
Install dryer before washer. This allows room for
attaching exhaust duct.
Install the four rubber feet (in accessories bag).
Select a location with a solid floor. Dryers installed in
residential garages must be elevated 18 inches (46 cm)
above the floor.
The dryer needs sufficient clearance and an adequate
air supply for proper operation and ventilation, and for
easier installation and servicing. (Minimum clearances
are shown in Figure 2).
B
D
C
E
E
A
A
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NOTE: Shaded areas indicate adjacent structure.
Dryer and Exhaust Duct Clearances
Area
A
B
C
D
E
Description
Dryer Sides
Dryer Top (Rear 24")
Dryer Rear
Dryer Top (Front 4")
Exhaust Duct from Combustible Construction
Minimum Clearance
0" (0 cm)
12" (30.5 cm)
4" (10.2 cm)
0.5" (1.3 cm)
2" (5.1 cm)
Figure 2
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Place the dryer in position, and adjust the legs until the
dryer is level from side to side and front to back.
Leveling legs can be adjusted from inside the dryer
with a 1/4 in. driver. All four legs must rest firmly on
the floor so the weight of the dryer is evenly
distributed. The dryer must not rock.
Step 2: Connect Dryer Unit Exhaust
System
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire and combustion
gas accumulation the dryer MUST be
exhausted to the outdoors.
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To reduce the risk of fire and the
accumulation of combustion gases, DO NOT
exhaust dryer air into a window well, gas
vent, chimney or enclosed, unventilated
area, such as an attic, wall, ceiling, crawl
space under a building or concealed space
of a building.
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WARNING
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Dryer Base
Level
Leveling Leg
Rubber Foot
Figure 3
IMPORTANT: In mobile home installations, gas
dryers MUST be permanently attached to the floor
at the time of installation. Order No. 526P3 Hold
Down Kit (available at extra cost) for a
manufactured (mobile) home installation. Follow
the instructions supplied with the kit.
Installation of unit must conform to the Manufactured
Home Construction and Safety Standards, Title 24
CF4, Part 32-80 or Standard CAN/CSA-Z240 MH.
IMPORTANT: Unless completely assembled, DO
NOT slide the dryer unit across the floor. DO NOT
slide the unit once the leveling legs have been
extended, as the legs and the base could become
damaged.
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This gas appliance contains or produces a
chemical or chemicals which can cause
death or serious illness and which are
known to the State of California to cause
cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive
harm. To reduce the risk from substances in
the fuel or from fuel combustion, make sure
this appliance is installed, operated, and
maintained according to the instructions in
this manual.
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To reduce the risk of fire, DO NOT use
plastic or thin foil ducting to exhaust the
dryer.
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To reduce the risk of fire, the exhaust duct
and weather hood MUST be fabricated of a
material that will not support combustion.
Rigid or flexible metal pipe is recommended
for a clothes dryer.
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• DO NOT use plastic or thin foil ducting. Rigid
metal duct is recommended.
• Static pressure in exhaust duct should not be
greater than .6 inches water column (1.5 cm),
measured with manometer placed on exhaust
duct two feet (61 cm) from dryer (check with
dryer running and no load). In multi-dryer
installations, all dryers connected to the main
collector duct should be operating when pressure
is checked.
• Exhausting dryer in hard-to-reach locations can
be done by installing 521P3 Flexible Metal Vent
Kit (available as optional equipment at extra
cost).
DO
DON’T
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Figure 4
• Locate dryer so exhaust duct is as short as
possible.
• Be certain old ducts are cleaned before installing
your new dryer.
• Use 4 inch (102 mm) diameter rigid or flexible
metal duct.
• The male end of each section of duct must point
away from the dryer.
• Use as few elbows as possible.
• Sufficient make-up air must be supplied to
replace the air exhausted by the dryer. The free
area of any opening for outside air must be at
least 40 in2 (260 cm2).
• Energy efficient buildings with low air
infiltration rates should be equipped with an air
exchanger that can accommodate on demand
make-up air needs in the laundry room. These
devices can be obtained through your building
contractor or building material suppliers.
• Do not draw make-up air from a room containing
a gas fired water heater, a dry cleaner or a hair
salon.
• Failure to exhaust dryer properly will void
warranty.
• Use duct tape or pop-rivets on all duct joints. DO
NOT use sheet metal screws or fasteners on
exhause pipe joints which extend into the duct.
NOTE: Venting materials are not supplied with the
dryer (obtain locally).
• Ductwork that runs through unheated areas must
be insulated to help reduce condensation and lint
build-up on pipe walls.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT block the airflow at the
bottom of the dryer’s front panel with laundry,
rugs, etc. Blockage will decrease airflow through
the dryer, thus reducing the efficiency of the dryer.
• Install backdraft dampers in multi-dryer
installations.
• In mobile home installations, dryer exhaust duct
must be secured to mobile home structure.
• Dryer exhaust duct MUST NOT terminate under
mobile home.
• Dryer exhausts 220 cfm (measured at back of
dryer).
• DO NOT install flexible duct in concealed
spaces, such as a wall or ceiling.
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Exhaust Direction
Exhaust System
The dryer can be exhausted to the outdoors through the
back, left, right or bottom of the dryer. EXCEPTION:
Gas dryers cannot be vented out the left side
because of the burner housing.
For best drying results, recommended maximum
length of exhaust system is shown in Table 1.
To prevent backdraft when dryer is not in operation,
outer end of exhaust pipe must have a weather hood
with hinged dampers (obtain locally).
Dryer is shipped from factory ready for rear exhaust.
Exhausting the dryer through sides or bottom can be
accomplished by installing a Directional Exhaust Kit,
528P3, available as optional equipment at extra cost.
Number of
90° Elbows
Recommended
4 in.
(10.2 cm)
NOTE: Weather hood should be installed at least
12 inches (30.5 cm) above the ground. Larger
clearances may be necessary for installations where
heavy snowfall can occur.
Weather Hood Type
Use Only for Short Run installations
4 in.
(10.2 cm)
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2-1/2 in.
(6.35 cm)
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Maximum length of 4 in. (10.2 cm) diameter rigid metal duct.
0
1
2
3
4
65 feet (19.8 m)
55 feet (16.8 m)
47 feet (14.3 m)
36 feet (11.0 m)
28 feet (8.5 m)
55 feet (16.8 m)
47 feet (14.3 m)
41 feet (12.5 m)
30 feet (9.1 m)
22 feet (6.7 m)
Maximum length of 4 in. (10.2 cm) diameter flexible metal duct.
0
1
2
3
4
45 feet (13.7 m)
35 feet (10.7 m)
30 feet (9.1 m)
25 feet (7.6 m)
20 feet (6.1 m)
35 feet (10.7 m)
27 feet (8.2 m)
21 feet (6.4 m)
17 feet (5.2 m)
15 feet (4.5 m)
NOTE: Deduct 6 feet (1.8 m) for each additional elbow.
Table 1
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Multi-Dryer Installation Exhaust
Requirements
Figure 5 shows a typical example of a multiple dryer
installation. Note how each dryer has its own exhaust
system vented to the central exhaust duct.
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1
24 IN. (61 CM)
MINIMUM
CLEARANCE TO
ROOF/GROUND
3
METERED MODELS
ILLUSTRATED
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2
58786 Backdraft Damper (Available through
your local authorized parts source)
Clean Out Cover (Must be provided). Inspect
monthly.
3
Weather Hood or Sweep Elbow
(No cap or screen)
Figure 5
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B
C
D
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F
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3
AIR
FLOW
4
EXHAUST AIR FLOW
MAXIMUM LENGTH OF DUCT
30 feet (9.1 m)
30°
EXHAUST
OUTLET
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HORIZONTAL EXHAUST INSTALLATION
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2
NOTE: Where the exhaust duct pierces a
combustible wall or ceiling, the opening must be
sized per local codes.
Wall
3
4
5
Clearance per Local Codes
No Screen or Cap
Clean Out Cover – Inspect Monthly
Figure 6
WARNING
2
To reduce the risk of fire and the
accumulation of combustion gases, DO NOT
exhaust dryer air into a window well, gas
vent, chimney or enclosed, unventilated
area, such as an attic, wall, ceiling, crawl
space under a building or concealed space
of a building.
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CONNECT TO DRYER
3
4
VERTICAL EXHAUST INSTALLATION
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2
3
4
Roof
Wall
2 in. (5 cm) Minimum
NOTE: Where the exhaust duct pierces a
combustible wall or ceiling, an opening must
be sized as shown or per local codes.
Figure 7
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Duct
Station
Minimum Diameter of
Collector Duct
A
4 inches (10.2 cm)
B
8 inches (20.3 cm)
C
9 inches (22.9 cm)
D
10 inches (25.4 cm)
E
11 inches (27.9 cm)
F
12 inches (30.5 cm)
G
13 inches (32.6 cm)
H
14 inches (35.6 cm)
I
15 inches (38.1 cm)
J
15 inches (38.1 cm)
K
16 inches (40.6 cm)
1. Make certain your dryer is equipped for use with
the type of gas in your laundry room. Dryer is
equipped at the factory for Natural Gas with a
3/8 inch NPT gas connection.
NOTE: The gas service to a gas dryer must
conform with the local codes and ordinances, or in
the absence of local codes and ordinances, with the
latest edition of the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI
Z223.1/NFPA 54 or the CAN/CGA-B149, National
Gas Installation Code.
Natural Gas, 1000 Btu/ft3 (37.3 MJ/m3) service must
be supplied at 6.5 ± 1.5 inch water column pressure.
For proper operation at altitudes above 2000 feet
(610 m) the natural gas valve spud orifice size must be
reduced to ensure complete combustion. Refer to
Table 2.
A Backdraft Damper, Part No. 58786 (obtain locally),
should be installed in a 4 inch (10.2 cm) diameter
VERTICAL duct system. This will prevent a backdraft
when dryer is not in use, and will keep the exhaust air
in balance within the central exhaust system.
Step 3: (Gas Dryer Only) Connect Gas
Supply Pipe
WARNING
To reduce the risk of gas leaks, fire or
explosion:
• Each dryer must be connected to the type
of gas as shown on nameplate located in
the door recess.
• Use a new flexible stainless steel
connector.
• Use pipe joint compound insoluble in L.P.
(Liquefied Petroleum) Gas, or Teflon tape,
on all pipe threads.
• Purge air and sediment from gas supply
line before connecting it to a dryer. Before
tightening the connection, purge
remaining air from gas line to each dryer
until odor of gas is detected. This step is
required to prevent gas valve
contamination.
• Do not use an open flame to check for gas
leaks. Use a non-corrosive leak detection
fluid.
• Any disassembly requiring the use of
tools must be performed by a suitably
qualified service person.
Natural Gas Altitude Adjustments
Altitude
Orifice Size
feet
m
#
inches
mm
Part
Number
2,000
610
41
0.0960
2.44
503776
3,000
915
42
0.0935
2.37
503777
5,500
1,680
43
0.0890
2.26
503778
7,000
2,135
44
0.0860
2.18
58719
9,000
2,745
45
0.0820
2.08
503779
10,500
3,200
46
0.0810
2.06
503780
Table 2
2. Remove the shipping cap from the gas
connection at the rear of the dryer. Make sure you
do not damage the pipe threads when removing
the cap.
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NOTE: When connecting to a gas line, an
equipment shut-off valve must be installed within
6 feet (1.8 m) of the dryer. An 1/8 in. NPT pipe plug
must be installed as shown for checking inlet
pressure. Refer to Figure 8.
1
L.P. Altitude Adjustments
Altitude
Orifice Size
feet
m
No.
inches
mm
Part
No.
3500
7500
1070
2290
54
55
0.0550
0.0520
1.40
1.32
503785
58755
11000
3355
56
0.0465
1.18
503786
Table 3
NOTE: DO NOT connect the dryer to L.P. Gas
Service without converting the gas valve. Install
L.P. Gas Conversion Kit 458P3, available at extra
cost.
5
2
3
Step 4: (Electric Dryer Only) Connect
Electrical Plug
Dryer requires 120/240 Volt or 120/208 Volt, 60 Hertz,
3 or 4 wire electrical suppy. Refer to serial plate for
specific electrical requirements.
4
D233I
D699I
1
2
3
4
5
New stainless steel flexible connector (Use design CSA certified connector)
Use only if allowed by local codes
1/8 in. NPT Pipe Plug
Equipment Shut Off Valve
Black Iron Pipe
Shorter than 20 ft. (6.1 m) - Use 3/8 in.
(9.5 mm) pipe. Longer than 20 ft. (6.1 m) use 1/2 in. (12.7 mm) pipe.
3/8 in. NPT Gas Connection
Figure 8
3. Tighten all connections securely. Turn on gas and
check all pipe connections (internal & external)
for gas leaks with a non-corrosive leak detection
fluid.
NOTE: The wiring diagram is located inside the
control hood.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock,
serious injury or death, all wiring and
grounding MUST conform with the latest
edition of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical
Code, CSA C22.1, and such local
regulations as might apply. It is the
customer’s responsibility to have the wiring
and fuses installed by a qualified electrician
to make sure adequate electrical power is
available to the dryer.
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NOTE: The dryer and its appliance main gas valve
must be disconnected from the gas supply piping
system during any pressure testing of that system
at test pressures in excess of 1/2 psi (3.45 kPa).
Refer to Step 9 (Check Heat Source).
L.P. (Liquefied Petroleum) Gas, 2500 Btu/ft3
(93.1 MJ/m3) service must be supplied at 10 ± 1.5 inch
water column pressure.
For proper operation at altitudes above 3500 feet
(1070 m) the L.P. gas valve spud orifice size must be
reduced to ensure complete combustion. Refer to
Table 3.
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Grounding Information
• Each dryer must be connected to a grounded
metal, permanent wiring system; or an
equipment-grounding conductor must be run
with the circuit conductors and connected to the
equipment-grounding terminal or lead on each
dryer.
• Each dryer has its own terminal block that must
be connected to a separate branch, 60 Hertz,
single phase circuit, AC (alternating current)
circuit, fused at 30 Amperes (the circuit must be
fused on both sides of the line). Electrical
service for each dryer should be of maximum
rated voltage listed on the nameplate. Do not
connect dryer to 110, 115, or 120 volt circuit.
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• Heating elements are available for field
installation in dryers which are to be connected to
electrical service of different voltage than that
listed on nameplate, such as 208 Volt.
• If branch circuit to dryer is 15 feet (4.57 m) or
less in length, No. 10 AWG wire (copper wire
only), or as required by local codes. If over 15
feet (4.57 m), use No. 8 AWG wire (copper wire
only), or as required by local codes. Allow
sufficient slack in wiring so dryer can be moved
from its normal location when necessary.
• The power cord connection between wall
receptacle and dryer terminal block IS NOT
supplied with dryer. Type of power cord and
gauge of wire must conform to local codes.
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IMPORTANT: Use only a new U.L. listed No. 10
(copper wire only) three conductor power supply
cord kit rated 240 Volts (minimum) 30 Amperes
and labeled as suitable for use in a clothes dryer.
1
1
2
3
8
7
2
4
3
5
4
6
THREE-WIRE
D679I
THREE-WIRE CONNECTION
D275I
D679I
2
8
1
1
3
3
7
4
1
4
FOUR-WIRE
9
D006I
1
2
3
4
Typical Receptacle
Power Cord
Strain Relief Nut
Strain Relief
10
11
6
FOUR-WIRE CONNECTION
Figure 9
D680I
D680I
NOTE: Dryer is shown with access cover removed for
illustration purposes only. NEVER operate the dryer
with access cover removed.
1
Ground Wire
2
Ground to Neutral Wire
3
Neutral Terminal
4
“L2” Terminal
5
Center Wire (Neutral)
6
Strain Relief (Not supplied with dryer)
7
Ground Screw
8
“L1” Terminal
9
Black Wire
10
White Wire (Neutral)
11
Red Wire
Figure 10
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Connecting Power Cord with Three-Wire Plug
NOTE: Four-wire cord is required for mobile
homes or where codes do not permit grounding
through neutral.
NOTE: The power cord is NOT supplied with the
electric dryer. Type of power cord and gauge of wire
must conform to local codes and instructions.
POWER SUPPLY
POWER SUPPLY
The method of wiring the dryer is optional and subject
to local code requirements.
1
NOTE: Connect the dryer to the power supply with the
MAXIMUM RATED VOLTAGE listed on the nameplate.
2
3
A typical
30-Amp
Three-Wire
Receptacle
NEMA Type
10-30R
INTERMEDIATE
FUSE BOX (may
be omitted if
service entrance
box is fused)
4
WALL
RECEPTACLE
5
120 ± 12
V.A.C.
120 ± 12
V.A.C.
6
7
240 ± 12
V.A.C.
NOTE: Use COPPER WIRE only.
Shorter than 15 ft. (4.5 m) – use 10 AWG
Longer than 15 ft. (4.5 m) – use 8 AWG
INTERMEDIATE
SHUT-OFF BOX
(may or may not
be fused)
L1
L2
L1
POWER CORD CONNECTION
L2
DIRECT CONNECTION
D816I
1
3 Wire Grounded Neutral 120/240 Volt, 60 Hertz
AC 1 Phase Service Entrance Switch Box
(Refer to NOTE above)
2
3
30 Ampere Fuses or Circuit Breaker
Neutral Wire
4
5
6
7
Metallic or Non-Metallic Sheathed Cable
(Copper Wire Only)
Power Cord (Not supplied with dryer)
Neutral
Terminal Block in Dryer
Figure 11
1. Disconnect power to dryer.
3. Use a strain relief and insert end of power cord
through power supply hole.
2. Remove access cover from rear of dryer.
D696I
D695I
Figure 12
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4. Use the three screws from the accessories bag to
attach the power cord wires to the terminal block.
Refer to Figure 14.
1
Connecting Power Cord with Four-Wire Plug
NOTE: Four-wire cord is required for mobile
homes or where codes do not permit grounding
through neutral.
2
2
1
3
4
12
V. 0 ±
A 1
.C 2
.
3
12
V. 0 ±
A 1
.C 2
.
D286I
240 ± 12
V.A.C.
“L1” Terminal
Neutral Terminal
“L2” Terminal
12
V. 0 ±
A 1
.C 2
.
0
V.A.C.
12
V. 0 ±
A 1
.C 2
.
1
2
3
Figure 14
5. Tighten all screws firmly.
IMPORTANT: Failure to tighten these screws
firmly may result in wire failure at the terminal
block.
6. Secure the strain relief to the power cord, or
wires, where they enter the dryer cabinet.
7. Check the continuity of the ground connection
before plugging the cord into an outlet. Use an
acceptable indicating device connected to the
center grounding pin of the plug and the green
screw on the back of the cabinet.
DRY2016N
1
2
3
4
Typical Four-Wire Receptacle
Power Cord – Not Supplied with Dryer
Strain Relief Nut
Strain Relief
Figure 15
1. Disconnect power to dryer.
2. Remove access cover from rear of dryer.
8. Reinstall access cover and screw.
D695I
Figure 16
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3. Remove ground screw and save for use in Step 5.
Remove wire and use in Step 6.
5. Attach power cord ground (green) wire to rear
bulkhead using ground screw removed in Step 3.
1
1
7
6
5
D697I
2
4
D697I
1
Ground Screw
DRY1920N
3
Figure 17
DRY1920N
4. Use a strain relief and insert end of power cord
through power supply hole.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
White
“L2” Terminal
Black
Green
Red
Neutral Terminal
“L1” Terminal
Figure 19
6. Use the three screws from the accessories bag to
attach the remaining power cord wires to the
terminal block as follows:
D696I
Figure 18
a. Red wire to “L1” terminal.
b. Black wire to “L2” terminal.
c. White wire to Neutral terminal.
NOTE: When installing the white wire, loop the
free eyelet end of the ground wire (removed in
Step 3) and attach along with the white wire to the
neutral (center) terminal on the terminal block.
7. Tighten all screws firmly.
IMPORTANT: Failure to tighten these screws
firmly may result in wire failure at the terminal
block.
8. Secure the strain relief to the power cord, or
wires, where they enter the dryer cabinet.
9. Check the continuity of the ground connection
before plugging the cord into an outlet. Use an
acceptable indicating device connected to the
center grounding pin of the plug and the green
screw on the back of the cabinet.
10. Reinstall access cover and screw.
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Step 5: Reverse Door, if Desired
4. Rotate door panel 180 degrees as shown.
NOTE: Doors with windows cannot be reversed.
The door on this dryer is completely reversible. To
reverse door proceed as follows:
1. Remove four hinge attaching screws.
D273P
Figure 23
5. Remove door strike from door liner and reinstall
on opposite side.
D675I
D675I
Figure 20
2. Remove all nine screws.
DRY1917N
DRY1917N
Figure 24
6. Insert liner under flange on bottom of door, then
push top of door liner into place.
D272P
Figure 21
B
3. Pull bottom of door liner out, then pull down,
removing door liner from door panel.
A
DRY1918N
DRY1918N
Figure 25
7. Reinstall nine screws removed in Step 2.
B
A
DRY1916N
DRY1916N
Figure 22
DRY1919N
DRY1919N
Figure 26
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8. Using screwdriver, remove two door plugs, and
reinstall on opposite side of door opening.
Step 7: Plug In the Dryer
Electric Dryer
Connect the dryer to an electrical power source. Refer
to Step 4 for information on connecting power cord.
D317S
D317S
Figure 27
Connect to 30 Amp circuit.
9. Reinstall four hinge attaching screws, removed in
Step 1.
D275I
Figure 30
Gas Dryer
Dryer requires 120 Volt, 60 Hertz electrical supply and
comes equipped with a 3-prong grounding plug. Refer
to serial plate for specific electrical requirements.
NOTE: The wiring diagram is located inside the
control hood.
D606I
D606I
WARNING
Figure 28
Step 6: Wipe Out Inside of Dryer
Before using dryer for the first time, use an all-purpose
cleaner, or a detergent and water solution, and a damp
cloth to remove shipping dust from inside dryer drum.
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock,
serious injury or death, all wiring and
grounding MUST conform with the latest
edition of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical
Code, CSA C22.1, and such local
regulations as might apply. It is the
customer’s responsibility to have the wiring
and fuses installed by a qualified electrician
to make sure adequate electrical power is
available to the dryer.
W521
When plugging in the dryer:
• Do not overload circuits.
• Do not use an adapter.
• Do not use an extension cord.
D604I
D604I
• Do not operate both a washer and gas dryer on
the same circuit. Use separetely fused 15 amp
circuits.
Figure 29
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Each dryer is designed to be operated on a separate
branch, polarized, three-wire, effectively grounded,
120 Volt, 60 Hertz, AC (alternating current) circuit
protected by a 15 Ampere fuse, equivalent fusetron or
circuit breaker.
The three-prong grounding plug on the power cord
should be plugged directly into a polarized three-slot
effectively grounded receptacle rated 120 Volts AC
(alternating current) 15 Amps. Refer to Figure 31 to
determine correct polarity of the wall receptacle.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of an electric shock or
fire, DO NOT use an extension cord or an
adapter to connect the dryer to the electrical
power source.
W037
M
Grounding Information
The dryer unit must be grounded. In the event of
malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce the
risk of electric shock by providing a path of least
resistance for electric current. Each dryer is equipped
with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor
and a 3 prong grounding plug. The three-prong
grounding plug on the power cord should be plugged
directly into a polarized three-slot effectively
grounded receptacle rated 110/120 Volts AC
(alternating current) 15 Amps.
2
1
3
120±12
V.A.C
0 V.A.C
D254I
120±12
V.A.C
4
WARNING
This dryer is equipped with a three-prong
(grounding) plug for your protection against
shock hazard and should be plugged
directly into a properly grounded threeprong receptacle. Do not cut or remove the
grounding prong from this plug.
5
Plug cord into separately fused
15 Amp circuit.
W036
WARNING
Improper connection of the equipmentgrounding conductor can result in a risk of
electric shock. Check with a qualified
electrician or service person if you are in
doubt as to whether the dryer is properly
grounded.
W038
DRY2
DRY2022N
1
2
3
4
5
“L1”
Ground
Neutral
Neutral SIde
Round Grounding Prong
Figure 31
Step 8: Recheck Steps 1-7
Refer to Installer Checklist on the back cover of this
manual and make sure that dryer is installed correctly.
Do not modify the plug provided with the dryer – if it
will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by
a qualified electrician.
Step 9: Check Heat Source
NOTE: Have a qualified electrician check the
polarity of the wall receptacle. If a voltage reading
is measured other than that illustrated, the
qualified electrician should correct the problem.
Close the loading door and start the dryer in a heat
setting (refer to the Operation section). After the dryer
has operated for three minutes, the exhaust air or
exhaust pipe should be warm.
Electric Dryers
Do not operate other appliances on the same circuit
when this appliance is operating.
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Gas Dryers
After either dryer has operated for approximately five
minutes, observe burner flame through lower front
panel. Adjust the air shutter to obtain a soft, uniform
blue flame. (A lazy, yellow-tipped flame indicates lack
of air. A harsh, roaring, very blue flame indicates too
much air.) Adjust the air shutter as follows:
IMPORTANT: This operation is to be conducted
by qualified personnel only.
To view the burner flame, remove the lower front
panel of the dryer.
Close the loading door, start the dryer in a heat setting
(refer to the Operation section). The dryer will start,
the igniter will glow red and the main burner will
ignite.
IMPORTANT: If all air is not purged out of gas
line, gas igniter may go off before gas is ignited. If
this happens, after approximately two minutes
igniter will again attempt gas ignition.
1. Loosen the air shutter lockscrew.
2. Turn the air shutter to the left to get a luminous
yellow-tipped flame, then turn it back slowly to
the right to obtain a steady, soft blue flame.
3. After the air shutter is adjusted for proper flame,
tighten the air shutter lockscrew securely.
4. Reinstall the lower front panel.
WARNING
IMPORTANT: If igniter does not light, make sure
gas is turned on.
For personal safety, lower front panel must
be in place during normal operation.
W046
After either dryer has operated for approximately three
minutes, exhaust air or exhaust pipe should be warm.
2
1
6
3
4
5
D700I
D700I
1
2
3
4
Closed Position
Shut-Off Valve Handle
Air Shutter Lockscrew
Air Shutter
5
6
1/8 in. (3.1 mm) Pipe Plug
(For checking manifold pressure)
Open Position
Figure 32
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Coin Slide Guards
(Metered Models)
Using sheet metal screws from accessories bag
(located in lower cylinder), install coin slide guards
(located in accessories bag in lower cylinder) to front
of dryer’s control cabinet. Refer to Figure 33.
1
1
PERM PRESS
DELICATE
FLUFF
(NO HEAT)
NORMAL
IN USE
FABRIC SELECTOR
PUSH TO START
PUSH TO START
PERM PRESS
NORMAL
DELICATE
IN USE
FLUFF
(NO HEAT)
FABRIC SELECTOR
2
2
D784I
D784I
1
Coin Slide Guard
2
Sheet Metal Screws
Figure 33
NOTE: Coin slides and coin drawers are shown for
illustration only. You must obtain them locally.
Coin Slide Control
(Coin Slide Models Only)
Power-Up Mode
When power is applied to the dryer, the control will
enter the Ready Mode. If the control was powered
down during a running a cycle, the IN USE LED will
flash once and the control will enter Start Mode. If the
dry time dipswitch settings have not been changed
from factory default, the IN USE LED will flash once.
Ready Mode
Run Mode
In Run Mode, the control is running a cycle. The
IN USE LED is lit.
Door Open Mode
In Door Open Mode, the control turns off the heater
and motor when the door is opened during a run cycle.
The timer will continue to count down time and the
IN USE LED is lit.
End of Cycle Mode
In End of Cycle Mode, a cycle is complete and the
IN USE LED is off. The control remains in this mode
until the door is opened or additional vend has been
satisfied.
In Ready Mode, the control waits for the vend to be
satisfied before entering Start Mode.
Start Mode
In Start Mode, the vend has been satisfied, but the
Start button has not been pressed. The IN USE LED
will be lit. The timer will not count down until the
Start button is pressed.
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Setting Dry Time Dipswitches
Any time the control receives a coin slide pulse during
a cycle it will add the programmed dry time to the time
currently remaining in the cycle. The IN USE LED
will flash briefly to indicate the coin input. The
maximum cycle time is 99 minutes. The control will
not add time beyond 99 minutes. The cool down time
will not change. If the control receives a coin slide
pulse during cool down it will exit cool down and start
heating with the cycle time equal to the programmed
time.
To change the dry time on the dryer, combinations of
dipswitches can be set on the control. Refer to
Figure 34.
Temperature Selector Switch
For five minutes after the control is powered up, there
is a diagnostic feature that allows the temperature
selector switches to be tested. When the temperature
selector is changed, the new setting is displayed by
flashing the IN USE LED as follows:
High/Normal: 4 flashes
Medium/PP or Casual: 3 flashes
Low/Delicate: 2 flashes
No Heat: 1 flash
Error Display Mode
The control enters Error Display Mode to display
thermistor errors. The heater is turned off, the IN USE
LED flashes to indicate the error (refer to paragraphs
below), and the timer will continue to count down
time. The control remains in Error Display Mode until
the control senses the thermistor has returned to an
acceptable heating range, the cycle ends or machine is
powered down.
There are eight dipswitches on the dryer control. The
first six switches are used to program the amount of
additional heat time given for each coin pulse. The
additional drying time is added to the factory default
minimum heat time of one minute. A value of 1 to 63
minutes of additional drying time is available for each
coin slide pulse.
The last two switches are used to program the amount
of additional cool down time. The additional cool
down time is added to the factory default minimum
cool down time of 3 minutes. A value of 1 to 3
additional minutes is available.
The control is shipped from the factory programmed
with 1 minute of minimum heat time, preset with 41
additional minutes of drying time (dipswitches 1, 4
and 6 in ON position) and 3 minutes of minimum cool
down time for a total time of 45 minutes for a coin
pulse. Refer to Table 4 for dipswitch settings.
The control reads the dipswitch settings at power-up.
The control must be powered down to change the
dipswitch settings.
To change the heat or cool down time for a coin pulse,
the desired dry time dipswitches must be set to ON
position. All other dipswitches must be in OFF
position.
Open Thermistor
If the control senses a temperature less than 0°F when
the heat has been on for at least three minutes it will
set an open thermistor error. The control will flash the
IN USE LED twice separated by a one and a half
second pause. This sequence is repeated as long as the
Open Thermistor error is sensed.
Shorted Thermistor
If the control senses a temperature greater than 210 ±
4°F during an active cycle it will set a Shorted
Thermistor error. The control will flash the IN USE
LED three times separated by a one and a half second
pause. This sequence is repeated as long as the Shorted
Thermistor error is sensed.
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Dipswitch Settings
Heat Switch Number
Heat Time Per Coin Pulse
(in minutes)
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
2
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
3
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
4
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
5
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
6
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
7
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
8
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
9
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
10
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
11
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
12
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
13
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
14
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
15
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
16
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
17
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
18
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
19
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
20
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
21
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
22
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
23
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
24
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
25
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
26
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
27
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
28
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
29
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
30
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
31
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
32
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
33
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
34
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
35
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
36
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
37
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
38
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Table 4 (continued)
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Table 4 (continued)
Heat Switch Number
Heat Time Per Coin Pulse
(in minutes)
1
2
3
4
5
6
39
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
40
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
41
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
42 (preset at factory)
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
43
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
44
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
45
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
46
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
47
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
48
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
49
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
50
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
51
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
52
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
53
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
54
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
55
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
56
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
57
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
58
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
59
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
60
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
61
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
62
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
63
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
64
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Cool Down Switch Number
Cool Down Per Cycle
(in minutes)
7
8
3 (preset at factory)
OFF
OFF
4
ON
OFF
5
OFF
ON
6
ON
ON
Table 4
Total Cycle Time = Heat Time + Cool Down Time
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Vending
Test Setting
3. Plug in the machine and initiate a cycle.
When testing coin slide operation or other
troubleshooting, set dipswitch with this shorter cycle:
1. Unplug the machine power cord.
2. Record the machine control dipswitch settings.
Then set them all to the off position. Refer to
Figure 34.
NOTE: With all the control dipswitches off, the
total cycle time will be four minutes long.
4. Once all the testing is complete, unplug the
machine and re-set the dipswitches to their
original settings.
5. Plug in the machine.
O
N
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
DRY2225P
DRY2225P
Figure 34
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Slide Extension
6. Install extension spring in bracket hole and hole
in upper arm of lever. Refer to Figure 36.
(Coin Slide Models)
7. Bend loops closed after installation.
1. Remove slide extension parts from parts
accessories bag included in unit.
8. Check to make sure the lever swings freely.
2. If installing a Greenwald coin slide, position
extension lever (to be installed on extension
bracket) with arm that has one star facing down.
Refer to Figure 35.
GREENWALD
COIN SLIDE
Installing Extension Onto Coin Slide:
Option 1
1. Install slide extension onto top of coin slide using
two remaining screws and lockwashers. Refer to
Figure 37.
MONARCH OR ESD
COIN SLIDE
ATTACHING
SCREWS
LOCKWASHERS
COIN SLIDE
SLIDE
EXTENSION
ONE STAR
TWO STARS
TLW2088N
Figure 35
3. If installing a Monarch or ESD coin slide,
position lever with arm that has two stars facing
down. Refer to Figure 35.
4. Install extension lever with rounded corner facing
away from extension bracket using bolt, one or
two flat washers (shims) (use number of washers
included in kit) and nut. Refer to Figure 36.
Make sure washers are flat against bracket.
SPRING
BOLT
ONE OR TWO
FLAT WASHERS (SHIMS)
TLW1564K
Figure 37
2. Insert coins and partially extend coin slide.
3. Insert coin slide on its side through meter case
opening. Then rotate 90 degrees to its proper
orientation.
4. Return coin slide and hook slide pins onto meter
case.
5. Continue coin slide installation according to
manufacturer’s instructions.
ROUNDED CORNER
NUT
LOOPS
EXTENSION BRACKET
EXTENSION LEVER
TLW2089N
STAR(S) FACING DOWN
TL2089N
Figure 36
5. Torque nut between 2 and 2.26 Nm (18 and 20
inch-pounds), or tighten nut firmly.
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NOTE: During coin slide installation, make sure
activation lever is up and off the switch. Refer to
Figure 38.
Installing Extension Onto Coin Slide:
Option 2
1. Install coin slide according to manufacturer’s
instructions.
1
2. Insert coins into coin slide and slowly push slide
in. Stop before coins fall into coin box. This will
allow installing extension through meter case
service door opening.
3. Install slide extension onto top of coin slide using
two screws and lockwashers. Refer to Figure 37.
NOTE: Make sure extension lever is above switch
activation lever.
4. Check to make sure coin slide is operating
properly by inserting coins and starting a cycle.
The IN USE light will turn on, or flash if it is
already on, to indicate proper operation.
TLW209
TLW2090N
NOTE: To avoid long run-down time (45 minutes
factory default) when testing operation, refer to
Test Setting section.
Figure 38
6. Check to make sure coin slide is operating
properly by inserting coins and starting a cycle.
The IN USE light will turn on, or flash if it is
already on, to indicate proper operation.
NOTE: To avoid long run-down time (45 minutes
factory default) when testing operation, refer to
Test Setting section.
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Operation
Operation
Operation Instructions for
Nonmetered and Coin Slide Dryers
IMPORTANT: Before using dryer for the first time,
use an all-purpose cleaner, or a detergent and
water solution, and a damp cloth to remove
shipping dust from inside of dryer drum.
Step 2: Load Laundry
Load clothes loosely into dryer drum. Add fabric
softener sheet if desired.
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to dryer, do not
use more than one fabric softener sheet per load.
IMPORTANT: Remove all sharp objects from
laundry to avoid tears and rips to items during
normal machine operation.
Step 1: Clean Lint Filter
Clean lint filter before each use.
D609I
D609I
Figure 40
Step 3: Close Loading Door
Close loading door. Dryer will not operate with the
door open.
D608I
D608I
Figure 39
D688I
D688I
Figure 41
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Operation
Step 4: Determine Proper Dryer
Step 6: Start Dryer
The direction of the arrow indicates which dryer is
being used.
Nonmetered Models
Rotate timer knob to desired time setting (up to
60 minutes). Press the PUSH-TO-START button.
IN USE light will come on (indicating start of cycle).
DRY2224N
Figure 42
Step 5: Set Fabric Selector
Select NORMAL for cottons, PERM PRESS/
CASUAL for permanent press, DELICATE for
sensitive items or FLUFF (NO HEAT) for items that
require no heat.
NOTE: Always follow manufacturer’s care label
instructions.
NONMETERED MODELS
DRY2101N
Figure 44
PERM PRESS
CASUAL
Coin Slide Models
DELICATE
NORMAL
Place coin(s) in slide and carefully push in as far as
possible and then pull slide out as far as possible. After
IN USE light comes on (indicating start of cycle),
press the PUSH-TO-START button.
NO HEAT
FABRIC SELECTOR
DRY2185N
Figure 43
METERED MODELS
D363I
W363I
Figure 45
Remove knits when slightly damp because overdyring
may cause shrinkage. Do not tumble dry knit woolens.
Should dryer stop before cycle is completed, the motor
overload protector may have cycled. Refer to
Maintenance section.
NOTE: This machine includes an extended tumble
feature. Starting 20 minutes after a cycle ends, the
cylinder will tumble for two minutes every hour
without heat, up to 18 hours or until door is
opened.
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Operation
Operation Instructions for
Electronic Display Control Dryers
IMPORTANT: Before using dryer for the first time,
use an all-purpose cleaner, or a detergent and
water solution, and a damp cloth to remove
shipping dust from inside of dryer drum.
Step 3: Close Loading Door
Close loading door. Dryer will not operate with the
door open.
IMPORTANT: Remove all sharp objects from
laundry to avoid tears and rips to items during
normal machine operation.
Step 1: Clean Lint Filter
Clean lint filter before each use.
D688I
D688I
Figure 48
Step 4: Determine Proper Dryer
The direction of the arrow indicates which dryer is
being used.
D608I
D608I
Figure 46
Step 2: Load Laundry
Load clothes loosely into dryer drum. Add fabric
softener sheet if desired.
D28
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to dryer, do not
use more than one fabric softener sheet per load.
D280I
D609I
D609I
Figure 47
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Operation
Step 5: Set Fabric Selector
Step 6: Insert Coin(s) or Card
Select NORMAL (High Temp), PERM PRESS (Med
Temp), DELICATES (Low Temp) or TUMBLE (No
Heat) by pushing touchpad.
To Insert Money
Insert coin(s) in coin slot. Check pricing as seen on
digital display.
NOTE: Always follow manufacturer’s care label
instructions.
W387I
D294I
Figure 50
D294I
Figure 49
To Insert Card
Insert card into opening. Follow directions on display.
DO NOT REMOVE THE CARD UNTIL DISPLAY
READS “Remove Card.”
M330I
Figure 51
If Additional Time Feature is turned on, additional
dryer time may be purchased at cycle start or while
dryer is running.
Remove knits when slightly damp because overdyring
may cause shrinkage. Do not tumble dry knit woolens.
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Operation
Step 7: Start Dryer
DRYING
To start dryer, push START pad.
DRYING is lit to indicate that one of the heated cycles
(HIGH TEMP, MED TEMP, LOW TEMP) is currently
in operation. The status word DRYING goes off at the
end of a heated cycle or when the COOL DOWN cycle
begins.
To stop dryer at any time, open the door. To restart the
dryer, close door and push START pad.
Cycle is completed when time remaining reaches
00 minutes.
DOOR OPEN
DOOR OPEN is lit and flashes at one-second intervals
whenever the dryer door is open.
COOL DOWN
COOL DOWN is lit whenever the COOL DOWN
portion of a heated cycle is active. It is also lit when
the NO HEAT cycle is in operation.
PRICE
D296I
D296I
Figure 52
Indicator Lights
INSERT COINS
INSERT COINS is lit to prompt the user to insert coins
or card to satisfy the vend price for the chosen cycle.
When INSERT COINS is lit, the three digits and
decimal point will display the vend price remaining to
be satisfied.
PUSH START
PRICE is lit to indicate that the value displayed is the
vend pricing remaining to be satisfied. Once the vend
price is satisfied, the word PRICE will go off.
TIME REMAINING
TIME REMAINING is lit to indicate that the time
displayed by two digits and the colon is the time
remaining (in minutes) in the active cycle. The colon
flashes at one-second intervals and time continually
counts down in an active cycle.
Should dryer stop before cycle is completed, the motor
overload protector may have cycled. Refer to
Maintenance section.
PUSH START is lit whenever the dryer is not in a
cycle, the full vend price has been satisfied and the
dryer door is closed. When the START pad is pressed,
the cycle will begin or resume. The PUSH START
status word flashes at one-second intervals when
activated.
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Operation
Operation Instructions for MDC
Dryers
Step 3: Close Loading Door
IMPORTANT: Before using dryer for the first time,
use an all-purpose cleaner, or a detergent and
water solution, and a damp cloth to remove
shipping dust from inside of dryer drum.
Close loading door. Dryer will not operate with the
door open.
IMPORTANT: Remove all sharp objects from
laundry to avoid tears and rips to items during
normal machine operation.
Step 1: Clean Lint Filter
Clean lint filter before each use.
D688I
D688I
Figure 55
Step 4: Determine Proper Dryer
The direction of the arrow indicates which dryer is
being used.
D608I
D608I
Figure 53
Step 2: Load Laundry
DRY1929N
Load clothes loosely into dryer drum. Add fabric
softener sheet if desired.
Figure 56
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to dryer, do not
use more than one fabric softener sheet per load.
Step 5: Set Fabric Selector
Select HIGH TEMP, MED TEMP, LOW TEMP or
DELICATES by pushing touchpad.
NOTE: Always follow manufacturer’s care label
instructions.
D609I
D609I
DRY1926N
Figure 54
DRY1926N
Figure 57
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Operation
Step 6: Insert Coin(s) or Card
Step 7: Start Dryer
To Insert Money
To start dryer, push START pad.
Insert coin(s) in coin slot. Check pricing as seen on
digital display.
To stop dryer at any time, open the door. To restart the
dryer, close door and push START pad.
Cycle is completed when time remaining reaches
00 minutes.
W387I
DRY1928N
Figure 58
DRY1928N
To Insert Card
Figure 60
Insert card into opening.
Indicator Lights
START
START is lit whenever the dryer is not in a cycle, the
full vend price has been satisfied and the dryer door is
closed. When the START pad is pressed, the cycle
will begin or resume.
DRYING
DRYING is lit to indicate that one of the heated cycles
(HIGH TEMP, MED TEMP, LOW TEMP or
DELICATES) is currently in operation. DRYING will
turn off at the end of a heated cycle or when the COOL
DOWN cycle begins.
COOL DOWN
DRY1927N
Figure 59
If Additional Time Feature is turned on, additional
dryer time may be purchased at cycle start or while
dryer is running.
COOL DOWN is lit whenever the COOL DOWN
portion of a heated cycle is active. It is also lit when no
heat is programmed for a cycle in operation.
Remove knits when slightly damp because overdrying
may cause shrinkage. Do not tumble dry knit woolens.
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Operation
Operation Instructions for
NetMaster Dryers
Step 3: Close Loading Door
IMPORTANT: Before using dryer for the first time,
use an all-purpose cleaner, or a detergent and
water solution, and a damp cloth to remove
shipping dust from inside of dryer drum.
Close loading door. Dryer will not operate with the
door open.
IMPORTANT: Remove all sharp objects from
laundry to avoid tears and rips to items during
normal machine operation.
Step 1: Clean Lint Filter
Clean lint filter before each use.
D688I
D688I
Figure 63
Step 4: Determine Proper Dryer
The direction of the arrow indicates which dryer is
being used.
D608I
D608I
Figure 61
Step 2: Load Laundry
D
Load clothes loosely into dryer drum. Add fabric
softener sheet if desired.
I
D779I
Figure 64
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to dryer, do not
use more than one fabric softener sheet per load.
D609I
D609I
Figure 62
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Step 5: Set Fabric Selector
To Insert Card
Select HIGH TEMP, MED TEMP, LOW TEMP or
NO HEAT by pushing touchpad.
Insert card into opening. DO NOT remove the card
until the REMOVE CARD LED is lit.
NOTE: Always follow manufacturer’s care label
instructions.
D777I
D777I
Figure 65
M343I
Step 6: Insert Coin(s) or Card
Figure 67
To Insert Money
Insert coin(s) in coin slot. Check pricing as seen on
digital display.
If Additional Time Feature is turned on, additional
dryer time may be purchased at cycle start or while
dryer is running.
Remove knits when slightly damp because overdrying
may cause shrinkage. Do not tumble dry knit woolens.
Step 7: Start Dryer
To start dryer, push START pad.
To stop dryer at any time, open the door. To restart the
dryer, close door and push START pad.
Cycle is completed when time remaining reaches
00 minutes.
W387I
Figure 66
D778I
Figure 68
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Indicator Lights
COOL DOWN
INSERT COINS/CARD
COOL DOWN is lit whenever the COOL DOWN
portion of a heated cycle is active. It is also lit when
the NO HEAT cycle is in operation.
INSERT COINS/CARD is lit to prompt the user to
insert coins or a card to satisfy the vend price. When
INSERT COINS/CARD is lit, the three digits and
decimal point will display the vend price remaining to
be satisfied.
START
START is lit whenever the dryer is not in a cycle, the
full vend price has been satisfied and the dryer door is
closed. When the START pad is pressed, the cycle
will begin or resume.
DRYING
ADD TIME (Card Models Only)
ADD TIME flashes when a card is inserted while a
cycle is running or when a card is left in the reader for
at least five seconds after cycle has started.
REMOVE CARD (Card Models Only)
REMOVE CARD flashes when a card is inserted or left
in the reader after a transaction is complete. It will also
flash alternately with ADD TIME when a card is
inserted while a cycle is running or when a card is left
in the reader.
DRYING is lit to indicate that one of the heated cycles
(HIGH TEMP, MED TEMP, or LOW TEMP) is
currently in operation. DRYING will turn off at the end
of a heated cycle or when the COOL DOWN cycle
begins.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Lubrication
All moving parts are sealed in a permanent supply of
lubricant or are equipped with oilless bearings.
Additional lubrication will not be necessary.
Care of Your Dryer
WARNING
Label all wires prior to disconnection
when servicing controls. Wiring errors
can cause improper and dangerous
operation.
W049
WARNING
Exhaust System
To reduce the risk of an electric shock,
serious injury or death, disconnect the
electrical service to the dryer before
cleaning the interior.
WARNING
W132
Dryer Interior
Wipe the surfaces using a soft cloth and household
cleaner or a non-abrasive paste of powdered laundry
detergent and hot water, followed by a short heat cycle
with a load of rags.
To remove crayon or ball point ink off the dryer drum,
put the heat on high and use old rags in the dryer to
absorb the crayon or ink. If unsuccessful, contact the
appliance dealer. DO NOT use any chemicals in the
dryer.
To reduce the risk of electric shock,
disconnect the electrical service to the
dryer before cleaning.
W043
The exhaust duct should be inspected after one year of
use and cleaned if necessary by a qualified service
person to remove any lint build-up. Inspect and clean
exhaust duct every one to two years as required
thereafter.
The weather hood should be checked frequently to
make sure the dampers move freely, dampers are not
pushed in and that nothing has been set against them.
IMPORTANT: The use of chlorine bleach for
removing any discolorations should be avoided
because bleach could damage the finish.
Keep dryer area clear and free from combustible
materials, gasoline and other flammable vapors and
liquids.
Cabinet
Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation
air.
Wipe the dryer cabinet as needed. If detergent, bleach
or other washing products have been spilled on the
dryer, wipe immediately. Some products will cause
permanent damage if spilled on the cabinet.
NOTE: Verify proper operation after servicing.
Control Panel
Use only a damp or sudsy cloth for cleaning the
control panel. Some spray pretreat products may harm
the finish on the control panel.
NOTE: The wiring diagram is located inside the
control panel.
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Lint Filter
For Energy Conservation
CLEAN THE LINT FILTER BEFORE DRYING
EACH LOAD. (Refer to Figure 69 for lint filter
location.) Cleaning the lint filter is important because
a layer or pad of lint on the filter will block the flow of
air through the dryer, thus reducing the efficiency of
the dryer. The clothes will take longer to dry and
energy will be wasted.
The lint filter may be washed if needed. Annually
remove lint filter and screw to vacuum the duct under
it.
• Make sure the lint filter is always clean.
• Do not overload dryer.
• Do not overdry clothes.
• Remove items to be ironed while still damp.
• Large loads of similar fabrics dry the most
efficiently. However, dry permanent press in
smaller loads to prevent wrinkling.
• Use the correct temperature FABRIC
SELECTOR setting for the type of fabric being
dried.
• Locate your dryer so the exhaust duct is as short
and straight as possible.
• Do not open the door during the drying cycle.
• Plan to do your laundry on low humidity days;
your clothes will dry faster.
1
D608I
D608I
1
Lint Filter
• Should you plan to dry several loads, do them
one after another, then you do not have to reheat
the dryer unit’s interior parts each time.
Figure 69
Motor Overload Protector
The dryer’s motor overload protector stops the motor
automatically in the event of an overload. After
cooling, the overload protector will reset itself. Dryer
can be restarted by pressing the PUSH-TO-START
button or START pad. If overload protector cycles
again, remove the dryer from use and call the service
person to correct the problem.
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Troubleshooting
Try these troubleshooting tips before making a service
call – You may save time and money!
Dryer Symptom
Possible Cause/Solution
•
•
•
•
Dryer won’t start
•
•
•
•
Nonmetered models - Turn timer knob further into cycle.
Metered models - Insert coin(s) or card.
Metered models - Activate timer. Push coin slide all the way in.
For dryers equipped with a power cord, make sure the power cord is plugged all
the way into the electrical outlet.
Make sure loading door is closed.
Press PUSH-TO-START button or START pad.
Make sure the laundry room fuse(s) isn’t blown or loose, or circuit breakers
aren’t open. The dryer itself does not have an electrical fuse. An electric dryer
has an electrical circuit with two fuses.
Check if motor overload protector has cycled. Wait 10 minutes and try again.
• Nonmetered models - Turn timer knob further into cycle.
• Metered models - Activate timer. Push coin slide all the way in.
• Make sure the laundry room fuse(s) isn’t blown or loose, or circuit breakers
Dryer won’t heat
•
•
•
•
Dryer doesn’t dry clothes
satisfactorily
aren’t open. The dryer itself does not have an electrical fuse. An electric dryer
has an electrical circuit with two fuses.
Make sure controls are in a HEAT setting.
Gas dryer only – Make sure equipment and main gas line valve is turned on.
Check exhaust duct to outside to see if it is kinked, blocked or needs cleaning.
Check weather hood to make sure flapper moves freely, has not been pushed in
or has not been blocked.
• Check exhaust duct to outside to see if it is kinked, blocked or needs cleaning.
• Check weather hood to make sure flapper moves freely, has not been pushed in
or has not been blocked.
• Clean the lint filter.
• Make sure the load isn’t too small. Small loads may not tumble properly or dry
evenly.
• Check load being dried. Heavy items dried with lightweight items will not dry as
quickly as the rest of the load.
• Check dryer for foreign objects (nails, coins, bobby pins, metal, plastic toys,
Dryer is noisy
etc.). Remove items from dryer.
• Make sure dryer is level. Uneven leveling can cause vibration.
• Normal operating sounds include the tick of timer advancing, heat source going
on and off, and humming of air moving through the dryer and exhaust system.
Clothes are too wrinkled
• Check heat setting. Overdrying can cause wrinkling.
• Check load size. Large loads may not tumble properly and may cause wrinkling.
Clothes have odor
• Check room for odors before drying clothes. Any odor (fried foods, paint,
varnish, cleaners, burning wood, etc.) will transfer to clothing as the dryer draws
air from the room. Ventilate room before drying clothes.
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Contact Information
If service is required, contact the nearest Factory
Authorized Service Center.
WARNING
If you are unable to locate an authorized service center
or are unsatisfied with the service performed on your
dryer, contact:
Alliance Laundry Systems
Shepard Street
P. O. Box 990
Ripon, WI 54971-0990
U.S.A.
www. comlaundry. com
Phone: (920) 748-3121
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Date Purchased____________________________
Model Number____________________________
Serial Number___________________________
When calling or writing about your dryer, PLEASE
GIVE THE MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBERS. The
model and serial numbers are located on the
nameplate. The nameplate will be in the location
shown in the illustration below. Please include a copy
of your bill of sale and any service receipts you have.
1
D063K
1
Nameplate
Figure 70
To reduce the risk of serious injury or
death, DO NOT repair or replace any part
of the dryer or attempt any servicing
unless specifically recommended in the
user-maintenance instructions or in
published user-repair instructions that
you understand and have the skills to
carry out.
If replacement parts are required, contact the source
from which you purchased your dryer or contact us at
(920) 748-3950 for the name and address of the
nearest authorized parts distributor.
Installer Checklist
Fast Track for Installing the Dryer
(Refer to the manual for more detailed information)
1
6
• Position and
Level the Dryer.
• Wipe Out Inside
of Dryer.
LEVEL
D255I
D255I
D256I
CHECK
2
CHECK
D259I
7
• Connect Dryer
Exhaust System.
D610I
D610I
• Plug In the Dryer.
Gas
Electric
CHECK
3
H312I
8
D258I
ELECTRIC ONLY
• Connect Electrical
Cord.
• Recheck Steps 1-7.
CHECK
CHECK
4
D254I
D254I
CHECK
H312I
GAS ONLY
• Connect Gas
Supply Pipe
Hoses.
• Check for Gas
Leaks.
D275I
9
• Check Heat
Source.
D700I
D700I
CHECK
5
W315IE0A
D699I
• Reverse Door,
if Desired.
CHECK
D675I
W675I
CHECK
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