Instruction manual | Cissell HF150 Washer User Manual

IPSO - LSG n.v.
Instruction manual
HF150 HF185
HF234
Technical specifications
Installation instructions
Operating instructions
Maintenance
Nieuwstraat 146 - B-8560 Wevelgem (België)
Tel. 056/41 20 54 - Fax 056/41 86 74
Part No. D0289
Contents
1 General safety instructions ..........................................................................
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2 Technical data and dimensions ...................................................................
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Technical data ..................................................................................................
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Dimensions .......................................................................................................
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3 Installation and connection ..........................................................................
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Ground .............................................................................................................
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Removal of the transport safety .......................................................................
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Water connection .............................................................................................
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Water drain .......................................................................................................
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Main power connection ....................................................................................
9
Liquid soap connection ..................................................................................... 10
Connection of a central operating panel for coinmachines (option) ................. 11
Steam connection ............................................................................................. 12
4 Operating instructions ................................................................................. 13
Machine with start button ................................................................................ 13
Machine with coin or token operation ............................................................... 21
5 Standard programs ...................................................................................... 27
6 Technical remarks ........................................................................................ 28
Internal connection of the electrical heating ..................................................... 28
Tilt switch ......................................................................................................... 28
Error messages ................................................................................................ 29
7 Maintenance of the machine ........................................................................ 31
Code: 249/00324/20
19/12/2005
Content
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General safety instructions
Ignoring any of the safety instructions can cause serious
personal injury and can also cause damage to the linen or
the machine
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Read the installation and instruction manual carefully before connecting the
machine.
It is recommended that the machine be installed by qualified technicians.
The machine should be installed according to the installation instructions.
(See chapter 3)
The machine should be grounded according to the instructions in order to
eliminate the risk of electrocution.
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Do not expose the machine to high humidity or extreme high or low temperatures.
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Cut off all main water inlets, steam and electrical supplies at the end of each
operating day.
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Before starting repairs or maintenance, shut off all power and water supplies.
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To prevent fire and explosion:
Keep the area around the machine free from inflammable or combustible
products.
Do not put fabrics that are treated with inflammable products into the machine. These fabrics should be hand-washed or air-dried first.
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Always carefully read and follow the instructions on the packing of detergents. Store these products out of the reach of children.
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Always take into account the instructions on the labels of clothes.
Never allow children to play in the surroundings of a machine.
Remark:
J These instructions surely cannot prevent all risks of accidents. It is up to the user to act with the
utmost precaution.
J Do not hesitate to contact the dealer in case of a problem.
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Technical data and dimensions
Technical data
HF150
HF185
1/11
13 kg
16,4 kg
1/10
14,5 kg
18 kg
1/9
16 kg
20 kg
Capacity (dry weight)
Cylinder
Diameter
680 mm
680 mm
Depth
400 mm
500 mm
Volume
145 Lit
181 Lit
Height
1348 mm
1348 mm
Width
780 mm
780 mm
Depth
840 mm
940 mm
Diameter door opening
395 mm
395 mm
Door height
565 mm
565 mm
To center
770 mm
770 mm
Cabinet
Front loading
Speed
Wash
10 - 50 tr/min
Distribution
85 tr/min
Low spin
250 - 500 tr/min
High spin
500 - 1000 tr/min
G-factor
Low spin/high spin
94 / 380
4p. 1470 tr./min
2200W
Depend-O-Drain
2"
Motoren (3-fasig)
Drain valve
Water supply
Hard, soft, warm water
3/4"
Steam connection
3/8"
Steam connection
Heating
Electrical 230/400 V
12/15/18 kW
Electrical 400V
21/24 kW
Steam
6 bar
Warm water (without additional heating)
X
Warm water (with additional heating)
X
Packing dimensions
(H x W x D) mm
1495x850x930 - 1495x850x1030
Weight
Nett
424 kg
454 kg
Gross
440 Kg
470 kg
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Technical data and dimensions
Technical data
HF234
Capacity (dry weight)
1/11
21,3 kg
1/10
23,4 kg
1/9
26 kg
Cylinder
Diameter
750 mm
Depth
530 mm
Volume
234 Lit
Height
1505 mm
Width
900 mm
Depth
985 mm
Diameter door opening
395 mm
Cabinet
Front loading
Door height
630 mm
To center
820 mm
Speed
Wash
Distribution
10 - 50 tr/min
100 tr/min
Low spin
250 - 500 tr/min
High spin
500 - 1000 tr/min
G-factor
Low spin/high spin
74/ 373
4p. 1470 tr./min
3000W
Depend-O-Drain
3"
Motoren (3-fasig)
Drain valve
Water supply
Hard, soft, warm water
3/4"
Steam connection
3/8"
Steam connection
Heating
Electrical 230/400 V
12/15/18 kW
Electrical 400V
24 kW
Steam
6 bar
Warm water (without additional heating)
X
Warm water (with additional heating)
X
Packing dimensions
(H x W x D) mm
1650x 1020x 1150 mm
Weight
Nett
570 kg
Brutt
630 kg
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Dimensions
HF150 - 185
220
565
1348
1375.5
88
50
680
50
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HF150 = 665 - HF185 = 765
780
HF150 = 733 - HF185 = 833
86.5
HF150 = 753 - HF185 = 853
332
267
202
200
155
105
A
F
G
D
B
C
E
H
I
35
1181.5
703.5
K
185
935
1066.5
1141.5
L
170
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
A. Ventilation soap dispenser
B. Liquid soap connetions
C. Hard water connections 3/4"
D. Warm water connections 3/4"
E. Soft water connections 3/4"
F. Connections clamps
G.Electrical connections
H.Emergency button
I. Ventilation tub
K. Drain valve
L. Steam connections
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Dimensions
HF234
60
240
645
1527.5
1500
H
738
81
35
81
HF234 = 830
35
HF234 = 926
900
HF234 = 939.5
70
346
251
173
155.5
94
A
C
E
D
F
G
B
I
1309.5
L
720
1265.5
K
165
1386
35
105
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
J
A. Ventilation soap dispenser
B. Liquid soap connetions
C. Hard water connections 3/4"
D. Warm water connections 3/4"
E. Soft water connections 3/4"
F. Connections clamps
G.Electrical connections
H.Emergency button
I. Ventilation tub
K. Drain valve
L. Steam connections
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Installation and connection
Ground
The machine must be placed on a flat, solid surface (metal base, concrete
or solid ground). It is recommended that the machine be anchored on the
provided places (A) in the base, especially in case of a plinth
(see Dimensions 2).
The machine must be placed entirely level. For easy maintenance it is recommended to keep a minimal distance of 600 mm between the wall and
the back of the machine.
If several machines are placed next to each another, there should be a minimal distance of 30 mm between each machine.
Removal of the transport safety
HF234
To prevent damage during transportation, the machine has been equipped
with four red transport brackets to eliminate every possible movement of
the tub.
After the machine has been placed level, take off the service- and the back
panel to remove these transport brackets.
Important
The machine must never be activated before removing
these transport brackets.
HF150-185
Water connection
The machine is delivered with hoses with 3/4" connections. These hoses
fit the water inlet valves of the machine and the main water inlet taps. To
ensure the optimal functioning of the water inlet valves, the water pressure on the inlet should be between 0,5 and 10 kg/cm² (7 and 145 psi). If
the pressure is too low, the cycle time will increase considerably.
In case of boiler fed machines, a minimum of hot water of 90°C should be
available: For the HF150: 94 l. HF185: 115 l. HF234: 150 l.
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Water drain
The machine is equipped with a drain valve (HF150-185) with 2" outer diameter (50mm) (HF234) 3" outer diameter (80 mm). This drain
valve should be connected to the drain by means of the drain elbow
which is delivered with the machine.
J The diameter of the main drain should be adapted to the water
flow and the number of machines. It should be sufficient to handle
at least 160L/min. per machine.
J It is necessary to connect the main drain at least on one side to
an open air-brake to allow ventilation.
J When the main drain has not been sufficiently deodorized, every machine should be installed seperately with a deodorizer.
Electrical Connection
J Remove the cover plate at the back of the machine. (See dimensions (E)).
J Connect the power cable to the connectors.
220V 3AC
220V 3 phase (3AC) should be connected to the connectors
“L1,L2,L3”.
The green/yellow grounding clamp has to be connected to the
grounding wire “PE”.
380 V 3AC + N
380 V 3 phase (3AC + N) has to be connected to the connectors
“L1,L2,L3”, the blue neutral to the “N” connector.
The green/yellow grounding clamp has to be connected to the
grounding wire “PE”.
JAfter connection, check the spin direction. The cylinder must
spin in the direction of the arrow, showed on the sticker on the
door window (clockwise).
J A wrong spin direction can damage the motor, and can also
cause water to spurt from the soap dispenser.
Power of the breaker plugs:
machine with steam heating or boiler fed machines without additional electrical heating
220V 3AC 380V 3AC + N
16 A
16 A
machine with electrical heating
9kw
12 kW
15 kW
18 kW
21 kW
24 kW
220V 3AC 380V 3AC + N
25A
16A
40 A
20 A
50 A
25 A
50 A
32 A
---40 A
---40 A
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Liquid soap connection (option)
Connection of the liquid soap
hoses
Electrical connection of the
liquid soap pumps
The liquid soap connection consists of 8 connections for liquid soap
(SI….S).
The central opening is used for ventilation.
On machines equipped with a liquid soap connection, connect the
wires directly on the print board next to the ground wire connection (option). Connect as indicated on the wiring diagram.
The two connectors on the right give a tension of 220V ~ (max.
4A) which can be applied to drive 220V ~ soap pumps. If more
than 4A is required, an external tension will have to be used. 6
connections have been provided, of which one (S6) can be used to
drive a waterproofing pump (e.g. for rain coats, etc.).
The 220V can be transformed to other values to drive other type
soap pumps.
Example: pumps 24V ~.
Also, pumps with different operating tension can be combined.
Example: 5 pumps 220V ~ and 1 pump 24V ~.
With an external tension 24V DC
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Connection of a central operating
panel for coinmachines (option)
At the backside above the main connectors, you find a printboard, to which the
central operating panel for coinmachines can be connected.
The right connectors form a potential free output contact as a result of which
the operating
panel detects when the machine is activated or not.
The left connectors receive the signal, by means of which a machine is chosen
through the operating panel.
There are 3 different variations possible according to the output voltage of the
operating panel.
A
Remark :
If a machine is equipped with this kind of printboard or if a printboard has been built in, the resistance of the cycle contact (A) may
no longer be present on the main printboard.
When this resistance is present, it has to be cut out of the main
printboard.
A
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Steam connection
Machines with steam heating must have a steam valve between the steam
installation and the machine.
With direct steam injection into the machine
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Steam pipe
Steam cut-off valve 3/8"
Pipe coupling 3/8"
Steam filter 3/8"
Magnetic steam valve 3/8"
Curve MF 3/8"
Steam hose with appropriate pipe coupling 3/8"
Added parts for steam heating with heat exchanger
3.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Double pipe coupling 1/2"
Condensation accumulator with filter 1/2"
Conical coupling MM 1/2"
Single window 1/2"
One-way valve 1/2"
M = inner wire, F = outer wire
The manufacturer is not responsible for damage or accidents
caused by not following the installation instructions!
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Operating instructions
Machine with start button
Opening the door
Fill the drum
Open the door.
Sort the linen according to the type and required temperature of the linen. Empty
all pockets of the garments so that no garments can be damaged and no left
articles can cause damage to the machine. Turn sleeves of shirts, blouses inside
out. It is recommended to mix small and large items to enhance the drop of the
linen during the wash cycle and hence improve the wash quality. Wash loads
of below 80% of machine capacity can obstruct the proper functioning of the
machine and can damage the machine. Overloading the machine can also lead
to a bad wash result.
Close the door
Select program
On machines with a start button, the programmer can contain up to 100 programs
(0-99). The program number is displayed on the right display.
By pressing the SELECT-button (P), the next program will be displayed.
By pressing the ECO-button (E), the previous program will be displayed. By
keeping this button pressed, this function will be accelerated.
Remark
Select program “0” by keeping the SELECT-button pressed continuously for
more than 5 seconds.
Add detergent
It is recommended to only use detergents with a “foam-breaker”. These are
often found in the launderette or laundry or can easily be found in retail stores.
Recommended doses are mentioned on the detergent packing.
Overdosing of detergents can lead to reduced wash results and “overfoaming”
which can damage the machine.
Left compartment A:
Central compartment B:
Right compartment C:
Bottom compartment D:
Economy Wash
Prewash (1st wash)
Main Wash (2nd wash)
Final Rinse (fabric softener)
Direct access to tub
Moderately soiled linen can be washed using the Economy Wash function,
which reduces the water level of washes and rinses by 20%, allowing savings
of water and energy.
Press the ECO-button during the wash cycle to activate the economy wash
function. The ECO-LED will light up.
At the end of the program the ECO-function will be automatically eliminated.
If the ECO-function is required in the following wash cycle as well, reactivate
this function by repeating the actions described above.
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Start the machine
Start the wash-cycle by pressing the Start button (S) and releasing it immediately. The door is sealed and the cycle-LED lights up.
During the first 2 minutes after starting, the program number is blinking and
you can change the program in case of a possibly wrong selection.
To do so, select another program with the SELECT button (P). This new
program will start immediately.
Indications of program
sequence
Display information
The left display will indicate the temperature of the wash bath - in °C or °F
(on machines where this function has been selected).
The central display shows the remaining time to the end of the wash cycle.
For programs which are being run for the first time, the machine will take a
theoretical time estimate. If this time indication does not correspond to the real
cycle time, the cycle time will be corrected from the second cycle onwards
(Self-Teaching function of the machine).
This correction will have to be preprogrammed and is not activated on program
numbers higher than 20. The corrected time will also be lost when the power
has been cut from the machine for more than 24 hours.
The right display will continue to show the selected program number.
If a Level-stop was programmed (which halts the programmer during the filling
of the cylinder) and/or a Heat-stop (which stops the programmer during the
heating up of the wash bath, then the respective LED’s light up in the display.
Once the required water level and/or temperature have been reached, the LED
is turned off and the internal programmer advances again.
Wash cycle-LED’s
Each program segment has a corresponding LED. Each of these 6 LED’s light
up when the appropriate segment is executed. This way, the program sequence
can be accurately followed.
When a LED blinks, the machine is taking up water.
When a LED blinks slowly, the machine is heating up the water.
Spin-LED’s
When the water is drained at the at the end of a program segment and the
machine spins if so desired, the left spin-LED (intermediate spin) will light
up together with the cycle-LED.
- Functioning of the spin-LED’s during intermediate spin:
LED
Interm. spin
drain/distribution
blinking rapidly
low spin
continuously
coast
continuously
- Functioning of the spin-LED’s during gentle-intermediate spin:
LED
Interm. spin
drain/distribution
low spin
blinking rapidly blinking slowly
coast
blinking slowly
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During final spin, both the left spin-LED (intermediate spin) will light up together
with the right spin-LED (final spin).
- Functioning of the spin-LED’s during final spin:
LED
drain/distribution
low spin
high spin
coast
tumble
Interm. spin
blinking rapidly
continuously
slowly
continuously
off
continuously
continuously
slowly
continuously
rapidly
coast
tumble
Final spin
- Functioning of the spin-LED’s during gentle-final spin:
LED
Interm. spin
Final spin
Manual interventions during
the program
drain/distribution
low spin
high spin
blinking rapidly
slowly
----
slowly
off
continuously
continuously
----
continuously
rapidly
Following functions can be activated during the program:
F1 = Time stop
To increase the duration of a program segment beyond its originally programmed duration.
F2 = Soak
To soak heavily soiled linen
F3 = Reduced wash action
To avoid wear of delicate garments
F4 = Execute high spin as low spin
To avoid creasing delicate linen
F5 = Rapid advance
To skip certain program segments
F6 = No spin
To give total protection to delicate garments
F7 = on the left display appears the number of revolutions of the drum.
F8 = changing the number of revolutions at final spin. In order to limit the rpm
for delicate linen.
Selecting a function
Push the SELECT-button (P) at the time the special function
needs to be activated and keep the button depressed.
Now push the START-button (S) simultaneously and release same. Only now
release the SELECT-button (P).
The central display now shows F1 and this function is now active.
B y p r e s s i n g t h e S E L E C T- b u t t o n ( P ) t h e n e x t f u n c t i o n
will appear on the central display. And so on up to F8.
To return to normal operation, press the START-button (S) and release.
A function is also terminated by selecting another function. Functions are also
automatically ended and switched off at the end of the each program.
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Description of the functions
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Function F1 (Time stop)
During the wash cycle:
The wash time is stopped. The temperature, water level and wash action remain
the same as programmed.
During the wash cycle, this function remains active until the START button
(S) is pressed again.
During intermediate spin :
The intermediate spin normally lasts 1 minute.
By activating function F1, the machine will spin for nine minutes unless the
START button (S) is pressed earlier.
During final spin :
At final spin, you have high spin after low spin.
By activating F1 during low spin, this low spin will be extended to15 minutes
unless the START button (S) is pressed earlier.
If the 15 minutes of low spin have been completed, the high spin is automatically canceled.
By activating F1 after the preprogrammed low spin, you will have a maximum
of 14 minutes of high spin unless the START button (S) is pressed earlier.
Adjustable stop time :
Here you can program a certain stop time. The display shows the countdown
of this extra time. When this time is expired, the function will appear automatically and the program will continue.
Select F1 (see above).
The stop time can be programmed by means of the ECO button (E). By pressing it once, the stop time is programmed for 10 minutes. From now onwards,
“F1” and “10” appear by turns on the middle display.
By pressing the ECO button (E) once more, you add each time 10 minutes.
After 50 minutes, 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, etc... appear with a maximum of 4.0 hours.
By means of the START button (S), you can each time reduce 10 minutes.
Remark :
The programmed stop time is executed after the decimal point in the right
display has extinguished.
The stop time cannot be programmed during spin.
Function F2 (soak)
This function can only be chosen during prewash, main wash and first rinse.
The cycle time is stopped. The bath is filled till high water level and heated up
to 40 °C (if a higher temperature was programmed, this will be followed).
As long as this temperature is not reached, the machine makes a reduced wash
action ( shorter action time and longer pause time). When the bath has reached
its temperature, the drum will make one left/right rotation every 4 minutes.
Should the temperature fall, the water will be heated again, during which the
action will be reduced again.
This function remains active until the START button (S) is pressed again.
Programmable soak time :
In the same way as for the stop time, you can program the soak time (see
programmable stop time).
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Function F3 (reduced wash action):
By selecting F3, the wash action time and pause time will be reversed; unless
the wash action time was programmed to be shorter than the pause time.
Example: 12 sec. action/3 sec. pause becomes: 3 sec. action/12 sec. pause
6 sec. action/9 sec. pause remains: 6 sec. action/9 sec. pause
This function does not influence the cycle time - the program continues normally - and remains active until the START-button (S) is pressed.
Function F4 (execute high spin as low spin):
By activating this function, high spin will be automatically replaced by low
spin.
This function does not influence the cycle time - the program continues normally - and remains active until the START-button (S) is pressed.
Function F5 (rapid advance):
This function is mostly used by technicians and maintenance staff. It allows
to the program.
By pressing and releasing the ECO-button (E), the programs skips to the next
segment.
Attention!
If F5 is activated during final spin, this segment of the program will be
skipped as described above. It is however followed by a coast and tumble
time to disentangle the linen. This special function prevents the user from
opening the machine while the drum is still rotating and represents an important safety feature.
To return to normal operation, press the START-button (S).
Function F6 (no spin):
This function eliminates all spin action.
Intermediate spin is replaced by a regular wash action. During final spin, only
the programmed low spin time will be completed as regular wash action. High
spin is skipped in its entirety.
This function influences the cycle time - the program continues normally - and
remains active until the START-button (S) is pressed.
Function F7 (indication of the rpm)
By using F7 the number of revolutions of the drum (rpm) appears on the right
display.
Function F8 ( changing the number of revolutions (rpm) at final spin)
By means of F8, the number of revolutions can be changed at high spin. The
programmed number of revolutions appears on the left display.
Each time you press the ECO button (E), the spin decreases with
25 rpm ( min.500).
Each time you press the START button (S), the spin increases with 25 rpm
(max. 999).
Remark :
This function has to be selected before final spin has started.
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End of a program
At the end of a program, while the door is being released, the
left display shows End; and the Start-LED is switched off.
After that only the right display will continue to show the program number.
This is the end of the program.
Premature ending of the program
By pressing the START-button (S) during the program, the Start-LED is switched off and the water is drained from the machine. As long as the water has
not reached the safety level, the door will remain sealed and the display will
show “SLE” (Safety Level) on the left display. Afterwards the display will
temporarily show “End” on the same display and the Start-LED will be switched off. After that only the right display will continue to show the program
number. This is the end of the program.
Remark:
If any attempt is made to interrupt the program prematurely during a
spin phase of the program, all functions on the display will be temperary
replaced by blinking horizontal dashes. After that only the right display
will continue to show the program number and the door will be released.
This is the end of the program.
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Remarks:
Freely programmable stop-function
Before starting a program it is possible to preprogram a time stop in every
program segment. This function permits special additional functions like adding bleach or extra detergent to the wash bath.
Programming:
After selecting the program, press the ECO-button (E) and keep it depressed.
Now push the START-button (S) simultaneously and release same. Only now
release the ECO-button (E).
The left display now shows “StO” (Stop) and the right display shows
the program number. The first program sequence LED is switched on.
Confirm by pressing the START-button (S) if a time stop is required in this
phase of the program. If no time stop is needed, press the ECO-button (E) to
move on to the next segment of the program. Run through the entire program
in this way. If needed, return to previous segments by pressing the SELECTbutton (P).
Errors can be corrected by returning to the erroneously programmed time stop
in the segment and correcting by pressing the START-button (S).
After the final program segment all programmed time stops will be displayed
and the left display will show “End”. Confirm this program by pressing the
START-button (S) again. Now start the program.
Operation:
When a stop is reached during the run of the program, the time
will be stopped. The wash bath will be filled to the appropriate
level and temperature and the programmed wash action is executed.
The left display will alternately show temperature and “StO”, while the central display is showing “F1”. Now, if so desired, additional detergents can be
added.
When this has been done, press the START-button (S) to continue the run of
the program. To remove any possible remains of corrosive products in the tub,
the machine will rinse an additional 2 seconds.
Programmable automatic start
By using this function a program can be started up to 99 hours later.
Programming:
After selecting the program, press the SELECT-button (P) again and keep it
depressed.
Now push the START-button (S) simultaneously and release same. Only now
release the SELECT-button (P).
The left display now shows “DEL” (Delay). The central display shows “10”
(minutes). Every push on the SELECT-button (P) will add 10 minutes to the
delayed start time. Hours and minutes are separated by a decimal point: 1.5
stands for 1 hour and 50 minutes. After 10, the counting is done by hours.
By pressing the ECO-button (E), the delay time can be counted down.
Operation:
After having set the desired delay time, the count-down can be started by pressing the START-button (S). During the count-down the displays blink and the
remaining time is counted down. In the last hour the displays blink faster. When
the delay time has elapsed, the program is started automatically.
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Linking 2 programs
It is possible to run 2 programs automatically in sequence. This can be handy
to perform very special functions (like waterproofing outerwear) and add these
to the wash program.
Programming:
First select the program which will be run last.
Now, press the START-button (S) and keep it depressed for at least 5 seconds.The left
display now shows “Add”. Now select the program which will be run first.
The right display now shows both linked programs alternately: the first to be
run program during the longer time span alternating with the following program
displayed during the shorter time span.
This function is canceled by pressing the START-button (S) again for at least
5 seconds.
This function can be combined with an economy wash, with the functions F1
to F6 and with a programmed start. The freely programmable stop-function
can however only be executed during the first program.
Operation:
Press the START-button (S) to start the programs. The central display will show
the remaining time per program. The total time of both programs together is
not displayed.
The right display alternately shows the program in operation (during a longer
time span) and the second program to be executed (during the shorter time
span). After the first program has been run, only the second program number
will be displayed.
Cool down
This function allows to gradually lower the temperature of the wash bath to
prevent creasing of the linen.
During a cool down, the remaining program time on the central display will
be replaced by “cd”.
Power Failure
Should the power fall out during the program, the water will be drained and the
door can be opened after maximum 3 minutes. When the door remains locked,
and the power comes back up within 24 hours, the program will continue from
there, where it was at the time of the power failure.
If due to breakdown, the door is not unlocked automatically, you have to remove the service panel (A) below and pull the ring (B), suspended on the left
side, while opening the door.
B
A
Important:
Before opening the door, check that all the water has been drained from
the tub and that the cylinder has come to a complete stop.
Remote stop function
By means of this function, no cycles can be selected anymore during
a certain period of time (e.g. between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m.). This time
is determined by an extern timer. As soon as the last cycle is finished,
“ OFF “ (blinking) appears on the left display as long as this function is
activated.
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Machine with coin or token operation
Opening the door
Fill the drum
Open the door.
Sort the linen according to the type and required temperature of the linen.
Empty all pockets of the garments so that no garments can be damaged and no
left articles can cause damage to the machine. Turn sleeves of shirts, blouses
inside out. It is recommended to mix small and large items to enhance the drop
of the linen during the wash cycle and hence improve the wash quality. Wash
loads of below 80% of machine capacity can obstruct the proper functioning
of the machine and can damage the machine. Overloading the machine can
also lead to a bad wash result.
Close the door
Select program
Add detergent
On machines with a coin or token meter, the programmer can contain up to 20
programs (0-19). The program number is displayed on the right display.
By pressing the SELECT-button (P), the next program will be displayed.
It is recommended to only use detergents with a “foam-breaker”. These are
often found in the launderette or laundry or can easily be found in retail stores.
Recommended doses are mentioned on the detergent packing.
Overdosing of detergents can lead to reduced wash results and “overfoaming”
which can damage the machine.
Left compartment A:
Central compartment B:
Right compartment C:
Bottom compartment D:
Start the machine
Prewash (1st wash)
Main Wash (2nd wash)
Final Rinse (fabric softener)
Direct access to tub
The price will be displayed on the left display. The display will count down
every time a coin is introduced into the coin meter. When the total price has
been introduced into the machine, the display will be switched off and the
machine will start.
During the first 2 minutes after starting, the program number is blinking and
you can change the program in case of a possibly wrong selection.
To do so, select another program with the SELECT button (P). The new program will be started immediately.
If a more expensive program has been selected, the price difference with the
previous program will be displayed. The new program will only start after
this price difference has been introduced. If this has not been done within two
minutes of selecting the new program, the machine will switch back to the
original program and continue operating.
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Indications of program
sequence
Display information
The left display will indicate the temperature of the wash bath - in °C or °F (on
machines where this function has been selected).
The central display shows the remaining time to the end of the wash cycle.
For programs which are being run for the first time, the machine will take a
theoretical time estimate. If this time indication does not correspond to the real
cycle time, the cycle time will be corrected from the second cycle onwards
(Self-Teaching function of the machine).
This function has to be specified during preprogramming.
The right display will continue to show the selected program number.
If a "Level-stop" was programmed (which halts the programmer during the
filling of the cylinder) and/or a "Heat-stop" (which stops the programmer during the heating up of the wash bath, then the respective LED’s light up in the
display. Once the required water level and/or temperature have been reached,
the LED is turned off and the internal programmer advances again.
Wash cycle-LED’s
Each program segment has a corresponding LED. Each of these 6 LED’s light up
when the appropriate segment is executed. This way, the program sequence can
be accurately followed.
When a LED blinks, the machine is taking up water.
When a LED blinks slowly, the machine is heating up the water.
Spin-LED’s
When the water is drained at the at the end of a program segment and the machine
spins if so desired, the left spin-LED (intermediate spin) will light up together
with the cycle-LED.
- Functioning of the spin-LED’s during intermediate spin:
LED
drain/distribution
low spin
coast
Interm. spin
blinking rapidly
continuously
continuously
- Functioning of the spin-LED’s during gentle-intermediate spin:
LED
drain/distribution
low spin
Interm. spin
blinking rapidly blinking slowly
coast
blinking slowly
During final spin, both the left spin-LED (intermediate spin) will light up together
with the right spin-LED.
- Functioning of the spin-LED’s during final spin:
LED
drain/distribution
low spin
high spin
coast
Interm. spin
blinking rapidly
continuously
slowly
continuously
off
continuously
continuously
slowly
continuously
rapidly
coast
tumble
Final spin
tumble
- Functioning of the spin-LED’s during gentle-final spin:
LED
drain/distribution
Interm. spin
Final spin
low spin
high spin
blinking rapidly
slowly
----
slowly
off
continuously
continuously
----
continuously
rapidly
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End of a program
Remarks
At the end of a program, while the door is being released, the left display shows
End and the Start-LED is switched off. After that only the right display will
continue to show the program number. This is the end of the program.
Rapid advance
This function allows to skip the rest or certain segments of the program. This
function has to be specified during preprogramming and is mostly used by
technicians and maintenance personnel.
Selection
P u s h t h e S E L E C T- b u t t o n ( P ) a t t h e t i m e t h e s p e c i a l
function needs to be activated and keep the button depressed.
Now push the upper hidden button simultaneously and release same. Only
now release the SELECT-button (P).
The central display now shows F5 and this function is now active.
Hidden buttons
Operation
By pressing and releasing the lower hidden button and releasing it again, the programs skips to the next segment (if necessary, the program can be advanced to the end).
To return to the original wash program, press the upper hidden button.
Attention!
If F5 is activated during final spin, this segment of the program will be skipped as described above. It is however followed by a coast and tumble time to
disentangle the linen. This special function prevents the user from opening
the machine while the drum is still rotating and represents an important safety
feature.
Premature ending of the program
By using the rapid advance function during the program, a program can be
prematurely ended. When the end of a program is reached using this function,
and as long as the water has not reached the safety level, the door will remain
sealed and the display will show “SLE” (Safety Level) on the left display.
Afterwards the display will temporarily show “End” on the same display.
After that only the right display will continue to show the program number.
This is the end of the program.
Remark:
If any attempt is made to interrupt the program prematurely during a
spin phase of the program, all functions on the display will be temperary
replaced by blinking horizontal dashes. After that only the right display
will continue to show the program number and the door will be released.
This is the end of the program.
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Cool down
This function allows to gradually lower the temperature of the wash bath to
prevent creasing of the linen.
During a cool down, the remaining program time on the central display will
be replaced by “cd”.
Power Failure
Should the power fall out during the program, the water will be drained and the
door can be opened after maximum 3 minutes. When the door remains locked,
and the power comes back up within 24 hours, the program will continue from
there, where it was at the time of the power failure.
If due to breakdown, the door is not unlocked automatically, you have to remove the service panel (A) below and pull the ring (B), suspended on the left
side, while opening the door.
B
A
Important:
Before opening the door, check that all the water has been drained from
the tub and that the cylinder has come to a complete stop.
Central panel control (Option)
Here payment is done through the central panel and not directly into the
machine. As soon as the payment is done, and a machine has been selected
normally, “STA” appears blinking on the left display. The machine can be
started by pressing the START button or the special START button, which
has been built in on the spot of the coin meter (option).
Remark :
This option can only be used, when it has actually been programmed as such
in the programmation.(REMOTE START).
For certain versions, PAY can appear on the left display when this operation
is not active.
Therefore, “Remote PAY” was programmed in the programmation.
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Setting the price
The price is set according to the specifications at the time of ordering the machine. If no prices were specified, some standard amounts have been preset.
Every program can be priced differently. These prices can also be modified
easily.
Accessing the price setting mode
Remove the coin box from its house. Certain machines have a press button
inside the coin box house at the left upper part. Access to the price setting
mode is obtained using this button.
If there is no press button, remove the top panel of the machine.
At the back of the coin meter, a switch-lever can be found. Access is obtained
using this switch-lever.
If the machine is equipped with a double coin meter, access is obtained using
the left switch-lever.
Press the button or pull the switch-lever down for 5 seconds.
The central display will show the letter “c”. Release the button or switch .
When the letter “o” appears on the display, press the button are pull the switchlever back down again for 5 seconds.
Now the display will show the letters “co”. From now on the price can be
set.
Setting the prices
The right display will show the program number “0”, while the left display
will show the price for this program.
To increase the price: push the upper hidden button.
To decrease the price: push the lower hidden button.
Hidden but-
When the price has been adjusted to requirements and no more adjustments
are necessary to this program price, press the SELECT-button (P) again. The
machine moves automatically onto the next program.
Repeat the previous actions if the price of this program has to be modified as
well. When all program prices have been properly set, exit the price setting
mode by pressing the button or pushing the coin meter switch-lever back
down again once more.
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After programming the price for the last program, there are still the following
parameters :
A : Eco - price
This is the decrease in value of the price for economical wash. In other words,
the amount that the customer is saving by using economic wash.
B : Number of coin insertions COIN 1 (up to 60.000)
This parameter is only indicated if it has been programmed as such in the programmation (COIN COUNT).
C : Number of coin insertions COIN 2 (up to 60.000)
This parameter is only indicated if it has been programmed as such in the programmation (COIN COUNT).
D : Info manufacturer or technician
TMP T/N : Info manufacturer or technician.
Here you can program the temperature to appear on display in case this has not
been done at the programmation.
When all desired programs are provided with the right price, end the operation by
pressing the push button or pulling over the coin meter switch-lever.
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Standard programs
The machine is standard equipped with 10 programs (0+9). These have been
designed in cooperation with specialized detergent manufacturers to obtain the
best possible wash results using the most frequently used detergents.
Program 0 (starching) is mostly used in very special applications and is therefore
not displayed on the front panel.
0. Starching
1 RINSE
COLD
1. HOT WASH
2 BATHS
40°/90°C
2. HOT WASH
1 BATH
90°C
3. COLOUREDS
2 BATHS
40°/60°
4. COLOUREDS
1 BATH
60°C
5. SYNTHETICS
2 BATHS
40°/40°C
6. SYNTHETICS
1 BATH
40°C
7. WOOL
2 BATHS
30°/30°C
8. WOOL
1 BATH
30°
9. CURTAINS
1 BATH
COLD
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Technical remarks
Internal connections of the electrical heating
▲
Heating
3x220V
R5
3x380V
R5
9kw
3x3kw
▲
LC1D1810
★
LC1D0901
12kw
3x2kw
3x2kw
▲
LC1D253
★
LC1D0901
15kw
3x2kw
3x3kw
▲
LC1D253
★
LC1D1810
18kw
3x3kw
3x3kw
▲
LC1D323
★
LC1D1810
21kw
3x3kw
3x4kw
-----------
-----------
★
▲
LC1D1810
LC1D1810
24kw
3x4kw
3x4kw
-----------
-----------
▲
▲
LC1D1810
LC1D1810
★
B = Black
Gy = Grey
R = Red
PU = Purple
Br = Brown
Bu = Blue
W = White
W/B = White/black
Remark:
Other executions are available as options
Tilt switch
1/2
1/2
Window
The tilt switch is mounted on the solid part of the machine. There is a window
around the probe of the tilt switch that is mounted on the movable part of the
machine.
When the machine goes out of balance by overloading or uneven distribution
of the linen, the tilt switch will interrupt this action to prevent damage to the
machine.
1/3
Important
Probe
To guarantee good functioning, the probe should be centered horizontally
and vertically at 1/3 from the bottom of the tilt window (when machine
drum is empty)
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Error messages
When one of the following malfunctions occurs during a program, the central
display will communicate the appropriate error message at the end of the
cycle.
E3 (Eprom)
The Eprom is wrong, replace it by another.
Nota:
For coin op machines, it is possible that a program number appears on the
right display in combination with E3.
This indicates a wrong price adjustment for this program. A coin value “0”
or bigger than “1000” was programmed.
Example : wrong price adjustment for program 5.
E4 (Nivel de agua)
El nivel de agua requerido no ha sido todavía alcanzado después de 15 minutos.
E5 (Calentamiento)
El lavado de limpieza no ha alcanzado todavía la temperatura requerida después de 80 minutos.
E6 (Bloqueo de la puerta de carga)
La puerta de carga se ha desbloqueado durante el programa.
E7 (Nivel de seguridad)
El agua no ha sido suficientemente evacuada, no ha habido centrifugado y el
agua está probablemente todavía en la cuba.
E8 (temperature sensor)
The temperature sensor is probably broken or malfunctioning.
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E9 (motor protection)
The thermo-magnetic protection was activated 5 times.
EA (tilt)
The tilt switch was activated 15 times during final spin and the final spin was
therefore skipped.
Eb (tilt switch)
The tilt switch is blocked.
Mot 2 (rotation sensor)
The speed detection is not operating properly. The speed meter is probably
out of order or disconnected.
Remark
When a malfunction occurs during a program, the central display will communicate the appropriate error message at the end of the cycle. When this
malfunction has been removed and a new program has been selected, this
error message also disappears.
When malfunctions E3,E6, E7, E9 or Eb are detected at the start of the
wash cycle, the program will not be started and the error message will remain on the display.
Maintenance of the machine
General maintenance
Periodical maintenance
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Clean the entire cabinet of the machine regularly and remove all traces of
soap, etc....
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❐
❐
Remove all detergent residue in the soap dispenser with hot water.
Clean the door gasket and remove all detergents and other products.
Shut off the main water, steam and power connections at the end of each
day. Do not change the setting of the water inlet taps on boiler fed machines
once these have been installed.
❐
It is recommended to leave the door and the soap dispenser open after use,
to ventilate the machine.
❐
The V-belts of the motors should be retightened after two to three months
when first used. This is necessary because these belts are subject to a onetime stretching when first used. By ignoring this instruction, the belt starts
to slip after a few months and will brake shortly afterwards.
❐
Check regularly if the filters of the water inlet are not blocked by calcification.
❐
If a machine frequently skips the final spin, check whether the probe of the
out of balance switch is still in the appropriate position, that is horizontally
centered and vertically 1/3 from the bottom inside the window. (When the
drum is empty). (See electronic repetition system).
❐
An obstructed drain can cause frequent interruption of spinning for safety
reasons.
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Repair and after-sales
service
❐
In case of important malfunctions and deficiencies which you cannot resolve
yourself, do not hesitate to contact the technical service of your distributor.
Data distributor: Name: ....................................................................................
Address: ................................................................................
Tel.: ........................................................................................
Data machine: Type: ......................................................................................
Program: ................................................................................
Date of installation: ................................................................
Installed by: ...........................................................................
Serial number: .......................................................................
Operation voltage and frequency: .........................................
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