Specifications | Electrolux FOM 71 MP-LAB Washer User Manual

Maintenance manual
for reference machines
Washer extactors
FOM 71 CLS, FOM 71 MP-Lab
IEC 60456 Ed 5
Operating manual in original language
438 9094-21/EN
2010.11.30
Contents
Contents
3
Introduction..............................................................................................1:1
Wascator FOM 71 CLS
Software versions....................................................................................2:1
Installation inspection of the reference machine.....................................3:1
Calibration of the level control system.....................................................4:1
Calibration of the scale system................................................................5:1
Installation of laboratory sensors for temperature and............................6:1
speed connection for external weight signal
Adjustment of temperature, speed and water.........................................7:1
Cleaning the machine from lint, scale and detergent..............................8:1
Maintenance before start up of a test series...........................................9:1
Regular maintenance 6 - 12 months......................................................10:1
Empty run test data CLS........................................................................11:1
Program description CLS.......................................................................12:1
FOM 71 MP-Lab
Installation inspection of the reference machine…................................13:1
Calibration of the level control system…………….................................14:1
Installation of laboratory sensors for temperature and speed...............15:1
Adjustment of temperature, speed and water………………..................16:1
Flow meter: Installation……………………………..................................17:1
Flow meter: Calibration…………………………......................................18:1
Flow meter: Change of amount of water………….................................19:1
Flow meter: Maintenance…………………………...................................20:1
Cleaning the machine from lint, scale and detergent …........................21:1
Maintenance before start up of a test series………...............................22:1
Regular maintenance 6 – 12 months………………................................23:1
Empty run test data MP-Lab……………………….................................24:1
Program description MP-Lab………………………................................25:1
Programming charts Mp-Lab………………………................................24:1
Installation of flow meter control (438 9041-07/04)…................ Appendix 1
Introduction
Introduction
The Maintenance manual for reference machines shall be used when performing
washing machine tests according to the international standard IEC 60456 Ed 5.
The purpose of this manual is to help the user to keep the reference machine in
best condition in order to minimize the inaccuracy of the results caused by the
reference machine.
The manual only deals with the approved reference machines in IEC 60456 Ed 5:
Wascator FOM 71 CLS and, FOM 71 MP-Lab equipped with flow meter 472 99
0298..
1:1
Wascator
FOM 71 CLS
Software versions
Wascator FOM 71 CLS
Software versions
Software 1.3:
Original software installed from production start
Software 1.7:
Introduced 2004-04-28 from serial number 005200049196
Changes:
Following parameters added to Settings 1:
START SLOW FILL MM Default value = 0
IS TEMP ADJUST ADD Default value = 0
IS TEMP ADJUST SUB
Default value = 0
Software 1.8
Introduced 2007-01-27 from serial number 005200089296
Changes:
Following parameters added to Settings 1:
SPEED CALIB. LOW RANGE IN % Default value = 1000
SPEED CALIB. HIGH RANGE IN % Default value = 1000
SHOWED SPEED CALIB. LOW'
Default value = 1000
SHOWED SPEED CALIB. HIGH'
Default value = 1000
Software 2.0
Introduced 2009-08-25 from serial number 005200126347
Changes: Software bug regarding first fill corrected.
Following parameters added to Settings 1:
BACKLIGHT
Default value
Rev 2.03
Introduced 2009-12-18 from serial number 005220402809
Changes:
Default values changed:
IS TEMP ADJUST ADD Default value = 0
IS TEMP ADJUST SUB
Default value = 3
Software 3.0
Introduced 2010-04-12 from serial number 005220405727
Changes:
Software bug corrected.
Bug does not affect testing in accordance with IEC standards.
All software from 1.30 is suitable for IEC 60456 testing, but version 1.8 is recommended. Contact your nearest Electrolux Laundry Service Centre for downloading instructions. 2:1
Installation inspection of the reference machine
Wascator FOM 71 CLS
3:1
1
Installation inspection of the
reference machine
Before carrying out any major test series inspect
the installation and check the following terms:
1
• The machine must be installed on a level
base. The following clearances are recommended in order to facilitate calibration:
At least 500 mm between the machine and
the wall behind and min. 50 mm on both
sides of the machine whether installed next to
the wall or other machines.
• Check the levelling of the machine. The vertical difference from corner to corner of the top
lid shall not exceed 5 mm. If not adjust the
feet of the machine.
• The machine shall be connected using the
supplied Y hose or using two single hoses.
• The water hose and power cable must hang
freely between the machine and wall in order
to prevent disrupting the reference machine
scale system.
• Make sure that the drain installation is made
according to the information on next page.
Observe the required air gap in the drain system.
50
mm
m
0m
50
5710 A
3:2
Installation inspection of the reference machine
Drain connection
• Connect a 75 mm (2 1/2") flexible rubber hose
to the machine’s drain pipe, ensuring a downward flow from the machine. Avoid sharp
bends, which may prevent proper drainage.
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• There should be an air-gap of 50 mm between
the drain hose and the drain.
• Make sure that the drain hose is sufficiently
flexible so that it does not cause problems
related to the scale system.
• Pipes made from PVC or similar materials
may not be connected to the machine due to
the load cells.
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• The drainage hose should be located over a
floor drain, drainage channel or similar so that
the distance between the outlet and the drain
is at least 25 mm (1").
• Check that the amount of supply water at the
water connection to the reference machine is
sufficient and compliant with the specification in the standard (15 ± 2 litre) and that the
amount can be maintained at all times. The
water pressure at the intake of the machine
may never fall below 100kPa.
• Check that the power supply is compliant with
the voltage specified on the reference machine data label and within the tolerances of the
standard (± 2%) .
• Make sure that the power supply can maintain
the required voltage level whilst the reference
machine is heating.
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Calibration of the level control system
Wascator FOM 71 CLS
4:1
1
Calibration of the level control
system
During testing compliant with the IEC 604456
Ed5 standard, this calibration does not control
the supply water values of the wash program.
However, where wash programs use the scale
for controlling the water intake level, the control
becomes active and manages other levels inside
the machine such as empty machine, heating
element safety level and overfill. These levels
are needed for the safety values of the machine.
Therefore, the level must be adjusted and maintained in accordance with the procedure described below.
Assembling the ruler
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Fig. 1-2: Mount the scale and ruler as shown in
the pictures.
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Calibration of level control system
4:2
Calibration of level control system
The level control system can be calibrated both individually and manually.
Calibration starts at the bottom of the inner drum and can go up to 250
mm from that point.
A ruler is supplied with the machine with which the water level above the
inner drum can be read.
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• Place the ruler on the bottom of the inner drum, equidistant between two
lifters and front and rear gables. Rotate the drum so that the ruler is fully
vertical and ensure that the three pins of the ruler fit in the holes of the inner
drum.
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• Push the scale to the bottom of the drum and tighten the nuts.
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• Close the door.
Calibration of level control system
4:3
• The ruler has two different scales, one in mm and one in RU units
(exactly 2 mm/RU unit).
The calibration shall be made in at least five level steps, and the first
step when the water just enters the inner drum. More calibration steps
can be made if requested.
- Go down to ”Options menu”.
- Press ”Select”.
- Go down to ”Service mode”.
- Press ”Select”.
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3
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Calibration of level control system
4:4
4
SERVICE PROGRAM
MAKE A CHOICE:
CLEAR TRIP HOUR COUNTER
CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN CLS
CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN SMC
SCALE ADJUSTMENTS
CALIB. OF LEVEL SENSOR
EXIT
SELECT
4
• ”Service Mode” menu is now shown on the display.
Calibration of level control system
• Close the door.
• Go down to ”Calibration of level sensor”.
• Press ”Select”.
5
LEVEL CALIBRATION
FILL WATER TO
DESIRED LEVEL
LEVEL:
0 SCU
OK
5
OPEN
• Press ”Open” to fill the machine with water until the level reaches the botton
of the inner drum where the ruler is placed.
• Press ”OK”.
• Enter the value read on the ruler in RU units (The first setting is 0=level in
drum.
• Press ”OK”.
• Press ”Open” to fill more water.
• Press ”OK”.
• Enter the value read on the ruler in RU units. (If you enter an incorrect value,
press ”CLR”. Enter new value.
• Press ”OK”.
• Enter another three values, making five in total.
• Once all values have been entered, press ”Save”.
4:5
Calibration of level control system
4:6
6
LEVEL CALIBRATION
OLD CALIBRATION
WILL BE OWERWRITTEN
ARE YOU SURE?
PRESS OK ELSE PRESS ANY OTHER KEY
OK
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• Press ”OK”.
• Go down to ”Exit”.
• Press ”Select”.
Calibration of the scale system
Wascator FOM 71 CLS
Calibration of the scale system
After installation, and once all hoses and electrical cables have been
connected to the machine, the scale must be calibrated. The current
calibration (Weight vs scale output) is factory-set and a zero calibration
is required in order to compensate for the additional weight of the cables
and hoses. Important: The cables and hoses must hang freely and the
drain must have an air gap in order to ensure that the scale functions
properly. See chapter: Installation.
Zero calibration is almost identical to a Tara, but with one big difference. In
a Tara, the scale will be zero adjusted, although the adjustment will be lost
when the power is switched off. In a Zero calibration, the adjustment will
be saved.
Additional calibration variants may be selected in Service mode, but they
do not apply to the CLS version.
If a weight transducer need to be replaced, or if the scale electronics are
changed, a complete calibration of the scale is required. Please consult
an Electrolux Laundry System Service Centre before performing such a
calibration.
5:1
Calibration of the scale system
5:2
Zero adjustment of the scale (weight function)
The scale is factory-set and no adjustment should be necessary unless
some components have to be replaced. However, a zero adjustment must
be carried out as the total weight of the machine has to be programmed
into the scale.
Make sure that the water and drain hoses are in place and properly mounted. Make sure that all panels are fitted and the power connection is located on top of the machine.
• Enter ”Service mode” as described in level calibration.
• Go to ”Scale adjustment”
• Press ”Select”
• Go to ”Zero calibration”
• Press ”Select”
• Press ”Select” (Make sure that there is no additional weight on the
machine and don´t lean on the machine).
• When display text ”Reset scale from calibration…” appears,
press ”Select”
• Go down to ”Exit”
• Press ”Select”
• Go back to the main menu.
The zero adjustment is now complete and the weight of the emty machine
should now be shown in the display as 0.0 kg (a margin of ± 0.1 kg is
permitted). If a different value is shown in the display, the zero adjustment
must be done again.
Calibration of the scale system
5:3
Adjustment of the FOM 71 CLS scale control unit in event that the scale
cannot be set to zero
If the offset weight is too high (or negative), a zero calibration may fail. This may be caused by the addition or removal of heavy objects (hoses, panels, etc) during installation.
The instruction below describes how to overcome this fault.
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1. Remove the lower front panel and open up the control box for the FOM 71 CLS Weight
System located below the machine as shown in the picture above. The box is only attached to the frame with zippers.
2. All panel plates and components removed from the machine must be placed on top of
the machine. This is important in order to get the correct weight when performing the
calibration.
3. Turn the potentiometer (shown above) counter clockwise until the Clarus Control display
shows about -20 kg. If you turn the display too far it will display 999. If so, turn the potentiometer back about 1 full turn.
4. Once this has been done, a normal zero calibration may be performed in accordance
with the instructions above.
Calibration of the scale system
Wascator FOM 71 CLS
6:1
1
Installation of laboratory sensors for temperature and speed and connection for external
weight signal
Laboratory sensors can be attached to the
Wascator FOM 71 CLS model. However, it is
important that the installation is carried out in
accordance with the instructions below so as
not to incur improper operation or obtain inaccurate test results.
Installation of a laboratory temperature
sensor
A suitable place for an external temperature
sensor can be found on the back gable of the
drum.
At the bottom of the gable, next to the rubber
hose running to the sample cock, there is a
socket to which a sensor can be connected.
Use a ¼” clamping nut for the sensor.
Maximum insertion of the sensor is 50 mm from
the edge of the socket. If the sensor is inserted
too far, it will interfere with the rotating inner
drum.
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6:2
Calibration of the scale system
Installation of speed sensor
A speed sensor can be attached to the end of
the drum shaft. In order to be able to attach the
sensor, a hole can be made in the back panel
of the machine. A diameter less than 60 mm
will not affect the performance of the machine.
(Ventilation holes may change the air temperature inside the machine, which may also affect
water temperature.)
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External weight sensing signal
An external signal may be obtained from the
weight control system. On distribution card B
(located on the right side panel in the rear connection box), there are two outputs (X78:1 and X
78:2), which are for the weight signal. The location of X78 is shown in the diagram of distribution card B below.
Electrical installation must be carried out
by an authorized personnel
Japan only
AA
BB
View of rear connection box
5331
Calibration of the scale system
Weight signal 4 -20 mA (4 mA equal to 0 kg and 20mA to 80 kg)
6:3
3
Output X78:1 = +
X78:2 = Card B
View of distribution card B
5743A
Adjustment of temperature, speed and water
Wascator FOM 71 CLS
Adjustment of temperature, speed and water
Many of the machine's preset parameters shown under Settings 1 in Menu
mode can be changed. Some of these parameters are useful during the maintenance and calibration procedures. A full parameter list can be found in Table 1
Adjustment of temperature
If the actual temperature in the bath does not correspond to the set temperature or temperature shown in the display, a correction can be made. Parameters
“IS TEMP ADJUST ADD” and IS TEMP ADJUST SUB” can correct a deviation.
Each parameter will change the temperature (decrease or increase). For definitions and scale intervals, see table at the end of this document. Note that equal
parameter values in both fields will both add and subtract the same change and
thus giving no correction from the default value.
Adjustment of speed
An accurate calibration of the wash and/or spin speed can be achieved using
the SPEED CALIB. LOW RANGE IN % and SPEED CALIB. HIGH RANGE IN %
parameters. The low range covers the speed interval 0-300 rpm, and the high
range from 300-1100 rpm. The parameters are a ratio factor where a change of
one unit will give a 0.1 % change of the speed.
It is also possible to adjust the display value of the speed to actual speed. The
display value shown is a calculated value derived from motor speed and the
pulley ratios. Due to belt slip and pulley tolerances the displayed value may
from time to time differ from the actual value. Parameters: SHOWED SPEED
CALIB. LOW' and SHOWED SPEED CALIB. HIGH
can adjust any difference. These parameters are also ratios where a change of
1 unit will give a 0.1% change of displayed speed.
Adjustment of water
For zero calibration of the scale see "Calibration of the scale system".
Due to the short time delay between the scale sensor system and the water
valve closure a negative off set value is needed in order to increase the accuracy. Parameter: OFF SET LEVEL HG (1Hg = 0.1kg). Default value is 2 (0.2
kg) but in case water pressure is high, this value may need to be increased, or if
the pressure/flow is low, to be decreased. If a change is necessary this can be
observed during a filling if the weighting system always stops at a small amount
(± 0.1-0.2 kg ) from the expected value.
The control system switches from the normal high flow valve to a smaller 5
litre/min valve at the end of each filling in order to increase the accuracy of the
system. The parameter START SLOW FILLING HG defines how much before
the set amount of water this change of valves shall occur. Default value is 10HG
(=1 kg and equal to 1 litre )and shall not be changed.
7:1
7:2
Adjustment of temperature, speed and water
NOTE: It is advisable that authorized technicians from Electrolux
Laundry Systems are contacted before any change is made.
Procedure for changing parameters in SETTINGS 1
Electrical installation must be carried out by an authorized personnel
• Turn main switch at the rear of the machine to OFF.
• Disconnect the machine from the main power.
• Unscrew the lid to the rear electrical connection box (4 screws) and remove the lid.
• Remove the main switch knob from the lid and place the knob in the
main switch again.
• Reconnect the machine to main power and turn the main power switch
to ON.
• Select MENU in display.
• Go down to SETTINGS 1.
• Select and change the desired parameter. For a list of available parameters, see Table 1.
• Once all changes have been made, go to READY (last line in Settings 1).
• Insert a short-circuit jumper over the two pins to the right in connection
X80 on the A21 board in rear connection box. (The board to the right
facing rear). The location of X80 is shown in fig. 1. The jumper is stored
on one of the pins in the X80 connector.
• Press SELECT on the front panel and read in display that the changes
have been loaded into the CPU.
• Disconnect the jumper. Replace the jumper on only one pin.
• Turn main switch to OFF and disconnect main power.
• Re-fit the main switch knob in the rear connection box lid and re-fit the
lid on the machine (knob in the OFF position).
• Connect the machine to main power and turn main switch to the ON
position.
Adjustment of temperature, speed and water
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7:3
7:4
Adjustment of temperature, speed and water
Table 1: Parameters in Settings 1
FUNCTION
DEFAULT EXPLANATION
VALUE
ADJUST TIME ALLOWED
N
Change of the “step time” (See display) e.g. wash/
rinse/etc time during a program operation.
ADJUST TEMPERATURE ALLOWED
N
Change of the temperature within a sequence during
program operation
RAPID ADVANCE ALLOWED
Y
Permission to rapid advance during a program operation
SHOW WEIGHT ALLOWED
Y
Option to show scale output in the display.
WATER REDUCTION NOT ALLOWED
Y
Some normal washing machines with this type of
control can have an automatic system with water
reduction depending on load weight. For the FOM 71
CLS this function must always be Y.
MANUAL FUNCTIONS ALLOWED
Y
The functions in “Manual Mode” (See display under
Menu) are active
PAUSE ALLOWED
Y
Pause function can be activated with the pause
button.
FREE TEXT ALLOWED
Y
Option to write a free text area for each wash program. This is used in order to shift between programs using the scale or level control, see manual
Programming FOM 71 CLS, chapter Programming
text page 42.
CHANGE WASH PROGRAM ALLOWED
Y
Possibility to change to a different wash program
during a program operation
AUTO RESTART ALLOWED
Y
Automatic restart possible. The same program will be
restarted as many times as desired when selecting
the function Auto restart in wash program display.
ADJUST SPIN SPEED ALLOWED
Y
A possibility to change the spin speed during an
extraction in an ongoing wash program
DISPLAY REMAINING TIME
Y
Remaining time will be shown in display during
program operation Note: The remaining time will not
be shown the very first time a specific program is
running.
DISPLAY ACTUAL TEMPERATURE
Y
Actual bath temperature will be shown in the display
during program operation
DISPLAY ACTUAL SPEED
Y
Actual machine speed will be shown during the program operation
MACHINE NOT HEATED
N
Should be set to Y if programs without thermostop
shall be used. ( Fixed program time programs)
If set to N the wash programs will be programmed
with thermostop. (The program will wait for the temperature to reach set temperature before count down
of set time.
Adjustment of temperature, speed and water
7:5
Table 1: Parameters in Settings 1
FUNCTION
DEFAULT EXPLANATION
VALUE
TEMPERATURE CONTROL OF
WATER
Y
If set to Y and using hot and cold water supply the
hot and cold water is pulsed so the inlet water temperature does not exceed the set temperature.
TEMPERATURE IN ºC
Y
Temperatures shown in centigrade. If N is set the
temperature shown will be in Fahrenheit.
REPEATED PROGRAM MODE
QUESTION
N
If set to Y a switch between standard and advanced
programming can be made before each sequence.
FOM 71 CLS shall always be programmed in advanced mode.
LOCKED STANDARD WASH
PROGRAMS
N
If N the user has access to programs 991 -999. IN
FOM 71 CLS these programs are the start up and
check programs.
LEVEL QUICK COOL DOWN
80
If sequence COOL DOWN is used this value defines
the level increase of cold water if the Quick Cool
down function is activated.
LEVEL UNBALANCE
0
If set to a value other than zero the machine fills the
drum to selected level at an unbalance stop before
next attempt to distribute. For FOM 71 CLS the value
shall be 0
LEVEL LOW
0
Set level for low level question in standard programming mode. Not used with FOM 71 CLS
LEVEL MEDIUM
0
See above (medium level)
LEVEL HIGH
0
See above (high level)
MIDDLE TEMPERATURE COOL
DOWN
70
Breaking point in the cool down sequence where the
temperature controlled cool down (4 ºC/min) ends
and the unmonitored part of the cool down sequence
starts.1 step = 1ºC
DEFAULT MOTOR ON TIME
12
A default value for the motor on time. This value only
used during certain restarts after for example unbalance breaks. 1 step = 1 sec
DEFAULT MOTOR OFF TIME
3
Default value for the motor off time: Only used as
above. 1 step = 1 sec
FLUSH DELAY TIME
10
Delay time for the flushing of water when liquid detergent injection pumps are used. 1 step = 1 sec
FLUSH ON TIME
6
Flushing time for the water after the flush delay time.
1 step = 1 sec
BUZZER ON BUTTON
N
If Y a beep will occur each time a front panel key is
pressed.
MAX FILLING TIME
60
Max filling time before an error message occur if not
level/amount of water has been reached. 1 step = 10
sec
MAX HEATING TIME
60
Max heating time before an error message occurs if
the temperature has not increased a specific number
of degrees. 1 step = 10 sec
7:6
Adjustment of temperature, speed and water
Table 1: Parameters in Settings 1
FUNCTION
DEFAULT EXPLANATION
VALUE
SHOW WEIGHT TIMEOUT
20
Time the weight is shown in the display before the
normal display is restored. 1 step = 1 sec
PC5 BLOCKING OF HEATING
N
Parameter for parallel operation of commercial washers. Not used in FOM 71 CLS operations
PC5 BLOCKING OF SPINNING
N
See above
HEAT 2 STANDARD
N
For machines with dual heating systems. Selects
which system that shall have priority. Not used in
FOM 71 CLS operations.
SERVICE ALARM, HOURS
0
Time between service information calls. Parameter
for commercial machines not used in FOM 71 CLS
operations
BUZZER TIMEOUT AT END
3
Buzzer on time at the end of a wash process. 1 step
= 1 sec
BUZZER TIMEOUT AT PAUSE
10
Buzzer on time at the activation of a programmed
pause. 1 step = 1 sec
ERROR, OVERFILLED
N
If N no overfilling error message. Levels above the
over fill level allowed.
PASSWORD ACTIVE
N
No password required. If Y password needed in
order to start the machine.
CMIS ADDRESS
0
Address for commercial management system. Not
used in FOM 71 CLS operations.
LEVEL IN MM ACTIVE
N
If Y the level values are in mm from bottom of the
drum. For FOM 71 CLS the highest possible level
exceeds the number of available software bites and
therefore the levels are measured in RU units (1 RU
unit = 2 mm)
START SLOW FILLING HG
10
Amount of water to be filled through the 5litre/min
valve at the end of the filling sequence when using
the scale in order to increase the accuracy. Value in
hg (1 hg = 0.1 Kg)
2
Offset value (negative) for the scale calculation eliminating delays in control and valve systems. Value in
hg (1 hg = 0.1 Kg) Value entered
0
Amount of water to be filled through the 5litre/min
valve at the end of the filling sequence when using
the level control in order to increase the accuracy.
Value in hg (1 hg = 0.1 Kg)
OFF SET LEVEL HG
-
START SLOW FILL, MM
From software 1.7 and machine serial
number 52049196
IS TEMP ADJUST ADD
0
Temperature calibration. Add increases actual
temperature signal to the control unit. Step ~0.7 ºC.
Result will be a lower wash temperature.
IS TEMP ADJUST SUB
3
Temperature calibration. Sub decreases actual
temperature signal to the control unit. Step ~0.7 ºC.
Result will be a higher wash temperature.
Adjustment of temperature, speed and water
7:7
Table 1: Parameters in Settings 1
FUNCTION
SPEED CALIB. LOW RANGE IN %
DEFAULT EXPLANATION
VALUE
1000
Will change the drum speed in the low speed interval
≤ 300 RPM. The default value is a ratio value and a 1
unit change will change the ratio 0.1%
Thus 956 will mean 95.6% of original speed and
1050 105% of original speed.
1000
Will change the drum speed in the high speed interval > 300 RPM. The default value is a ratio value and
a 1 unit change will change the ration 0.1% in the
same way as for LOW RANGE.
1000
Corrects the speed showed in display to actual
speed
Will change the showed display speed in the low
speed interval ≤ 300 RPM. The default value is a
ratio value and a 1 unit change will change the ratio
0.1% Thus 956 will mean 95.6% of original displayed
speed and 1050 105% of original displayed speed.
1000
Corrects the speed showed in display to actual
speed
Will change the shown display speed in the high
speed interval > 300 RPM. The default value is a ratio
value and a 1 unit change will change the ratio 0.1%
in the same way as for CALIB. LOW.
From software 1.8 and machine serial
number 052089296
SPEED CALIB. HIGH RANGE IN %
From software 1.8 and machine serial
number 052089296
SHOWED SPEED CALIB. LOW'
From software 1.8 and machine serial
number 052089296
SHOWED SPEED CALIB. HIGH
From software 1.8 and machine serial
number 052089296
BACKLIGHT
READY
30
Controls the time the display shall be illuminated in
seconds. 1 step = 1 sec.Max value 254 seconds.
Value 0 means display always illuminated.
Cleaning the machine
Wascator FOM 71 CLS
Cleaning the machine from debris in water, lint,
scale and residual detergent
It is very important that the wet parts of the machine are free from debris
and particles that can influence the wash performance of the machine.
Lint and threads from ballast and test swatches can accumulate on the
heating elements and as the bundle of lint/threads will grow it may eventually be so large that is clogging the drain valve and causing the drain valve
to leak. This leakage will definitely influence the wash performance as in the
beginning of the main wash unsolved detergent is located above the drain
valve seat. When leakage occurs the concentrated solution will leak out
reducing the detergent concentration in the bath.
Calcium carbonate from the hard water used in IEC tests will after time accumulate mainly on the heating elements. If the scale layer is too thick the
heating elements may be destroyed due to the insulating effect of the layer.
Heating power will also be reduced, giving longer heating times.
Lint from the textiles, together with zeolite from the detergent, will accumulate on the surface of the outer drum and on the back gable. If the amount
of detergent is too large this can affect the wash and/or rinse results from
the reference machine.
It is advisable not to remove the heating elements only for visual inspection
of any scale or lint. Elements shall only be removed when lint or scale have
been identified in accordance with the inspection procedure. A frequent
removal of the elements will sooner or later result in high resistance in the
wire connection causing too high connector temperature.
Electrical installation must be carried out by an authorized personnel
8:1
8:2
Cleaning the machine
Cleaning the incoming supply water filter
Debris clogging the incoming supply water filter can prolong the supply
time so it falls outside the specification given in the standard. Therefore it
is necessary to regularly to clean the filter.
• Disconnect the incoming water hose and remove the filter. The filter
cartridge can easily be taken out from the valve housing. Clean the
filter and reassemble all the parts.
Inspecting and removal of lint from heating elements and the drain
valve
• The built-up of lint around the heating elements and at the drain valve
can be observed from inside the inner drum. Use a battery torch and
illuminate the inner side of the outer drum via the holes in the inner
drum. Lint around the elements and at the drain valve can then be
seen.
• If lint is observed around the heating elements they shall be removed
and cleaned. Remove the front panel and the element cover. Disconnect the electrical wires and unscrew the fastening bolt on the element until the bolt is at the end of the tread. (Do not remove the bolt).
Press the bolt and press in inwards as far as possible. Now the heating element can be removed and cleaned. Also clean the element if
a layer of scale is visible. After cleaning, the heating elements shall be
assembled again. Make sure that no water leaks are visible around the
element seal before mounting on the front panel.
Removal of lint from the drain valve
• If lint has been observed in/on the drain valve try to remove the lint via
the openings of the heating elements.
• If that is not possible then the drain valve must be removed. See instruction on next page.
Cleaning the machine
Repairs
3
8:3
Main power switch
Repair work on the machine should only be
done by specially trained personnel.
Dissambly
For repair works on the drain valve, there is
a risk that water still left in the machine may
flood onto the floor. Be sure to dry up any
spilled water since it may cause people to
slip and hurt themselves.
3
5185
4
Upper part
Rubber
diaphragm
with drain
connection
1. Take down power from the machine by turning the main power switch to the 0 position.
2. Remove the front cover.
4
5
3. Disconnect the drain hose from upper part of
the valve.
Pressure plate
4. Undo the hose clamp holding the valve rubber bellows against the sleeve coupling of the
outer drum.
Cylinder
Recoll spring
Diaphragm
Lower part
5. Loosen and unscrew the 4 retaining nuts of
the valve a couple of turns (use a socket,
extender and ratchet wrench). Turn the valve
and unhook it from the bolts.
6. Disconnect the pressure hose from the lowerm part of the valve.
Nipple for connection of feed
hose from control
valve
101772
5
7. Replace the valve with a new one.
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Installation
8:4
Assembling
4
1. Connect the pressure hose to the lower part of the valve. Check that the
hose is not bent or pinched.
2. Fit the rubber bellows onto the sleeve coupling.
5
3. Hook the valve onto the bolts and turn the valve into position. Secure the
4 retaining bolts of the valve.
4. Secure the hose clamp at the connection of the rubber bellows on the
sleeve coupling.
5. Connect the drain hose to the upper part of the valve.
3
6. Turn the main power switch to position 1 and verify correct valve
operation and that it does not leak.
7. Reattach the front cover.
Removal of scale
Depending on the use of the reference machine, scale must be removed
from all parts exposed to water on a regular basis.
• If the machine is operated in a hard water area, decalcify the machine in
accordance with the following procedure:
o Put 0.5 kg of citric acid in the detergent department.
o Start program Cotton 85ºC.
o Rinse the reference machine by running the Cotton 85ºC program
again.
Removal of residual detergent
Detergent may accumilate at certain parts of the machine and also be a part
of the deposits on the inner side of the outer drum.
• Detergent may accumilate in the hose between the drum and the external tap valve. Remove the valve and clean the hose with a bottle cleaner.
Flush the hose with water to ensure that no detergent remains.
• Run either a Cotton 85°C or Cotton 60°C programs on a regular basis,
without ading a load or detergent. If foam is visible during the main wash,
repeat the Cotton programs until no "stable" foam is visible.
Maintenance before start up of a test series
Wascator FOM 71 CLS
Maintenance before start up of a test series
In order to ensure that the reference machine is in good order and will
work in accordance with the specifications given in IEC 60456 a number
of checks can be carried out:
Before any major test period:
• Check for any lint according to instructions in Chapter 8.
• Check the supply time for first fill. Shall be 114 ± 14 seconds from
closure of door lock relay to end of filling of the 5 litre valve. If the time
is too short, lower the water pressure. If the time is too long, clean the
supply filter in accordance with the instruction set out in Chapter 8 or
increase the water pressure.
• Carry out an installation check according to instructions in Chapter 3.
• Carry out a weight check according to instructions in Chapter 5.
• Carry out an empty run test. Use Cotton 60ºC or Cotton 40ºC depending on the type of program to run be run during the test period.
• Compare the results obtained with results shown in Table 1 in Chapter
9 "Empty run test data". Note the definitions assigned to the time intervals shown in the table.
• If the value fall outside the specification detailed in Table E.2 in IEC
60456, carry out a second empty run test or recalibrate.
• If other values obtained from the empty run test differs from the value
in Table 1, analyse the reason for this difference and correct (wrong
water pressure, wrong supply water temperature, faulty heating element etc).
Before every test period:
• Check for the presence of lint according to instructions in Chapter 8.
• Check the supply time for first fill. Shall be 127 ± 14 seconds from
closure of door lock relay to end of filling of the 5 litre valve. If the time
is too short, lower the water pressure. If the time is too long, clean the
supply filter according to instruction in Chapter 8 or rise the water pressure.
• Carry out a weight check according to instructions in Chapter 5.
Daily check:
• If the machine has not been in use for the last 2 hours run the start up
program (Program 991).The start up program will flush the machine
with water and normalise all temperatures inside the machine.
9:1
Regular maintenance 6 - 12 month
Wascator CLS FOM 71 CLS
Regular maintenance 6-12 months
The reference machine shall at a regular basis be maintained and checked
in order to ensure that the reference machine is in good order and will work
in accordance with the specifications given in IEC 60456.
Every 6 months:
• Carry out an installation check according to instructions in Chapter 3.
• Use the start up program (Program 991) and make a visual check and
ensure that the supply or drain valves are not leaking.
• Carry out a weight check according to instructions in Chapter 5.
• To prevent the build up of scale if the reference machine is run in hard
water decalcify the machine according to procedure described in Chapter 8.
• Check for any build up of lint or detergent and if verified clean according
to instructions in Chapter 8
• Carry out an empty run test Cotton 60ºC or Cotton 40ºC depending
what type of program to run during the test period.
• Compare the results obtained with results shown in Table 1 in Chapter
11 "Empty run test data". Note the definitions assigned to the time intervals shown in the table.
• If values are outside the specification in Table E.2 in IEC 60456 make
another empty run test or recalibrate.
• If other values from the empty run test differs from the values shown in
Table 1 Analyse why the values differ and correct (Wrong water pressure,
wrong supply water temperature, faulty heating element etc).
Once a year:
• Performa a complete calibration of the machine in accordance with certified procedures.
10:1
Empty run test data
Wascator FOM 71 CLS
Empty run test data
During the RRT2008 ring test, data was obtained from a number
of laboratories. This data is useful when checking that the reference machine in the laboratory is performing as expected.
Please note: This data is obtained from runs with an unloaded
machine. Therefore, the energy and process times obtained
here cannot be compared with the same parameters applied
during a test series carried out with a loaded machine. However,
empty test runs are not affected by load differentials or detergent batches and will only produce results that are specific to
the machine.
Table 1 below shows the estimated/defined values for Cotton
60°C, as well as average values from the RRT 2008 ring test.
The RRT 2008 average values were obtained from the RRT 008
IEC/CENELEC/CECED ring test. These values are based on
empty run tests undertaken at 20 different laboratories.
The definitions used in Table 1 differ from those given in IEC
60456 and below are applicable to Table1.
Definitions
Total program time: Time from the start of first filling to
the start of the retardation phase at
the end extraction sequence.
Heating time: The time until the heating relays have
been switched on during the different heating periods.
Total main wash time: The time from start of first filling until
the start of first rinse water supply.
Filling time of water:
The first filling time (26 litre). From
closure of door lock relay to end of
filling.
Cold water inlet temperature: The temperature of the supplied cold
water.
Temp at end of heating in
enzyme step:
The temperature at the time the hea-
ting relay is switched off after reach
ing the 40ºC enzyme step.
Temp at the end of the
enzyme step:
The temperature in the bath just prior to the heating up to 60ºC.
11:1
Empty run test data
11:2
Temp at the end of heating in
final heating:
The temperature when the hea-
ting relay is switched off after reaching 60ºC.
Temp at the end of the main wash:
The temperature in the bath just prior to drain after main wash.
Amount of water in main wash: The amount of supplied water to the main wash.
Amount of water in rinses: The amount of water supplied in each rinse.
Total energy consumption: The total energy consumed during the program.
Drum Speed:
Drum speed measured in RPM.
Water pressure: Water pressure (Static) measured close to inlet valve and during the filling of water.
Empty run test data
11:3
FOM 71 CLS
IEC 60456 ED 5 Cotton 60 Empty run
Estimated/ Estimated/
defined
defined std
std values ranges
RRT2008
Average
value
Time:
Total program time
Min,sec
72:00
2:00
71:58
Heating time cold - 20ºC
Min,sec
1,30
1:00
1:30
Heating time 20ºC - 40ºC
Min,sec
7:00
0:30
7:52
Heating time 40ºC - 60ºC
Min,sec
8:30
0:30
8:02
Total mainwash time
Min,sec
46:00
1:30
46:07
Filling time of water first fill
Min,sec
1:45
0:30
2:02
Cold water inlet temperature
ºC
15.0
2.0
15.4
At end of heating to 40 ºC.
ºC
40.0
1,3
39.2
Temperature:
At end of heating to 60 ºC
ºC
60.0
1,0
59.1
At the end of mainwash
ºC
57,0
2.0
56.6
Amount of water in mainwash
Litre
26,0
0,5
26.0
Amount of water in rinse 1
Litre
18,0
0,5
18.0
Amount of water in rinse 2
Litre
18,0
0,5
18.0
Amount of water in rinse 3
Litre
18,0
0,5
18.0
Amount of water in rinse 4
Litre
18,0
0,5
18.1
Total amount
Litre
98.0
2.5
98.1
kWh
1,700
0,150
1.671
V
230
4
229.7
ºC
23.0
2
23.2
Water:
Energy:
Total energy consumption
Voltage:
Line voltage during the test
Ambient temperature:
Room temperature close to machine
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
Spin 1
Drain 5
N
N
18
Rinse 4
N
N
18
Rinse 3
Drain 4
N
Drain 3
N
Rinse 2
18
N
N
Drain 2
N
Drain 1
N
Rinse 1
Mainwash 6
N
N
Mainwash 5
N
N
N
N
N
Action during Action during
heating
wash
Normal/Gentle Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 4
18
26
Mainwash 2
Mainwash 3
6
Water Supply
(litre)
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 85ºC (Wascator FOM 71 CLS)
N
Y
N
Y
Y
N
Heating
Yes/No
85
40
20
Temperature
(ºC)
8:00
1:00
14:00
1:00
2:00
Time at
temperature
(Min)
5:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
Rinse/Drain/Spin
time(Min)
NOTE 2: For software 1.59 and lower the filling parameters are Mainwash 1: 6 litre , Mainwash 2: 20 litre, for software 1. 60 and higher
the filling parameters are Mainwash 1: 6 litre , Mainwash 2: 26 litre. The tables show the programs for software 1.60 and higher.
NOTE 1 : All programs for Wascator FOM 71 CLS have a “pre fill” of water before detergent flush. The “pre fill” consists of a 5 litre fill
through the 15 litre/min valve followed by an 1 litre fill through a 5 litre/min valve before flushing the detergent together with the additional 20 litre of water.
Programs contained in memory card assy: 988 91 62 28 (For software 1.5 9 and lower card no: 438 95 37 71, for software 1.6 0 and
higher card no:438 95 37 98)
Wascator FOM 71 CLS
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
12:1
18
Spin 1
Drain 5
N
N
Rinse 4
18
N
Drain 4
N
Rinse 3
18
N
N
18
Rinse 2
Drain 3
N
N
Rinse 1
Drain 2
N
Drain 1
N
N
N
Mainwash 6
Mainwash 5
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
N
Y
Y
N
Action during Action during
Heating
heating
wash
Yes/No
Normal/Gentle Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 4
Mainwash 3
6
26
Mainwash 2
Water Supply
(litre)
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 60ºC (Wascator FOM 71 CLS)
60
40
20
8:00
1:00
14:00
1:00
2:00
Temperature Time at
(ºC)
temperature
(Min)
5:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
Rinse/Drain/Spin
time(Min)
12:2
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
1:00
2:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
5:00
1:00
Spin 1
N
11:00
1:00
2:00
Drain 5
40
20
Rinse/Drain/Spin
time(Min)
5:00
N
N
Y
Y
N
Temperature Time at
(ºC)
temperature
(Min)
Spin 1
Drain 5
N
Rinse 4
18
N
N
18
Rinse 3
Drain 4
N
Drain 3
N
Rinse 2
18
N
N
Drain 2
N
18
N
N
N
Drain 1
N
N
Action during Action during
Heating
heating
wash
Yes/No
Normal/Gentle Normal/Gentle
Rinse 1
Mainwash 4
Mainwash 3
6
26
Mainwash 2
Water Supply
(litre)
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 40ºC (Wascator FOM 71 CLS)
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
12:3
1:00
2:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
5:00
2:00
8:00
1:00
14:00
1:00
2:00
Spin 1
60
40
20
Rinse/Drain/Spin
time(Min)
2:00
N
N
Y
N
Y
Y
Temperature Time at
(ºC)
temperature
(Min)
Spin 1
N
N
22
Rinse 3
Drain 4
N
Drain 3
N
Rinse 2
22
N
N
22
Rinse 1
Drain 2
N
N
Mainwash 7
(Cool Down)
Drain 1
N
N
Mainwash 6
N
N
N
N
Mainwash 5
N
N
N
Action during Action during
Heating
heating
wash
Yes/No
Normal/Gentle Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 4
4
22
Mainwash 2
Mainwash 3
6
Water Supply
(litre)
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Synthetics/Blends 60ºC (Wascator FOM 71 CLS)
12:4
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
22
Mainwash 2
N
N
Y
20
2:00
Spin 1
Drain 4
N
N
Rinse 3
22
N
N
Drain 3
1:00
N
22
Drain 2
Rinse 2
2:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
3:00
3:00
N
1:00
22
11:00
1:00
Rinse 1
40
N
N
Y
Rinse/Drain/Spin
time(Min)
Drain 1
N
Temperature Time at
(ºC)
temperature
(Min)
N
N
N
Action during Action during
Heating
heating
wash
Yes/No
Normal/Gentle Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 4
Mainwash 3
6
Water Supply
(litre)
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Synthetics/Blends 40ºC (Wascator FOM 71 CLS)
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
12:5
Spin 2
Drain 4
G
G
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
6:00
1:00
2:00
26
3:30
0:30
0:30
Rinse 3
40
35
20
Rinse/Drain/Spin
time(Min)
1:00
Y
Y
Y
Temperature Time at
(ºC)
temperature
(Min)
Spin 1
G
G
26
Rinse 2
Drain 3
G
Drain 2
G
26
Rinse 1
G
G
Drain 1
G
G
Mainwash 4
G
G
26
Mainwash 2
N
Action during Action during
Heating
heating
wash
Yes/No
Normal/Gentle Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 3
6
Water Supply
(litre)
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Wool 40ºC (Wascator FOM 71 CLS)
12:6
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
Spin 1
N
N
18
Rinse 3
Drain 4
N
Drain 3
N
Rinse 2
18
N
N
18
Rinse 1
Drain 2
N
Drain 1
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
N
Action during Action during
Heating
heating
wash
Yes/No
Normal/Gentle Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 4
Mainwash 3
6
26
Mainwash 2
Water Supply
(litre)
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 30ºC (Wascator FOM 71 CLS)
30
20
17:00
1:00
2:00
Temperature Time at
(ºC)
temperature
(Min)
5:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
Rinse/Drain/Spin
time(Min)
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
12:7
Spin 1
Drain 4
N
N
Rinse 3
18
N
Drain 3
N
Rinse 2
18
N
N
Rinse 1
18
N
Drain 1
Drain 2
N
Mainwash 4
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
N
Action during Action during
Heating
heating
wash
Yes/No
Normal/Gentle Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 3
6
26
Mainwash 2
Water Supply
(litre)
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 20ºC (Wascator FOM 71 CLS)
20
20
7:00
1:00
2:00
Temperature Time at
(ºC)
temperature
(Min)
5:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
Rinse/Drain/Spin
time(Min)
12:8
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
FOM 71 MP-Lab
Installation inspection of the reference machine
FOM 71 MP-Lab
Installation inspection of the reference machine
Before carrying out any major test series, inspect the installation and
check the following items:
• In order to make installation and servicing the machine easier, the following clearances are recommended:
o At least 500 mm between the machine and the wall behind.
o A minimum clearance of 250mm at the sides between the machine
and a wall or other machine, where more than one machine is installed.
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• Check the mounting bolts to the floor, as in this type of machine the
drum is attached directly to the frame. As a result, the floor under the
machine must be stable enough to absorb the dynamic forces generated during the spin cycles. For fastening details see the Operating and
installation manual for FOM 71 MP-Lab.
• Check the levelling of the machine. The vertical difference from corner
to corner of the top lid shall not exceed 5 mm. If this is not the case,
adjust the feet of the machine.
• The machine must be connected using the supplied Y hose or two
single hoses.
• Check that the amount of supply water at the water connection to
the reference machine is sufficient and in line with the specification in
the standard (15 ± 2 litre) and that the amount can be maintained in
all circumstances. Water pressure at the machine's water intake must
never fall below 100 kPa.
• Check that the power supply is compliant with the voltage specified
on the reference machine's data label and within the tolerances of the
standard (± 2%).
• Make sure that the power supply can maintain the required voltage
level whilst the reference machine is heating.
13:1
Calibration of the level control system
FOM 71 MP-Lab
Calibration of the level control system
For tests carried out in accordance with the IEC 604456 Ed5 standard, this
calibration does not control the supply water values of the wash program.
However, even if the wash programs use the flow meter to control water intake, the level control becomes active and manages other levels inside the
machine such as empty machine, heating element safety levels and overfill that
are required for the safety values of the machine. Therefore, the level must be
adjusted and maintained in accordance with the procedure outlined below.
A: Calibration of the external level scale
• Clean the left hand external level tube using a bottle cleaner (with a small
diameter) and remove all detergent deposits.
• Rotate the drum so that two lifters are equidistant relative to the lowest
point.
• Close the door and press the manual flush button to allow water into the
drum until the level reaches the inner surface of the drum.
• Check that the zero line on the external level tube matches with the level. If
it does not, adjust the scale so the that the zero level lines match up.
• Use the drain button to drain the water.
B: Water level check
1: Level calibration.
• The machine must be empty.
• Use the Level Control Program (program no. 1). The Level Control program
fills the machine 5 times to 160 mm and then to 100 mm, 130 mm, 160 mm
and 200 mm.
Measure to 160 mm on the external scale, adjusting using the rotating potentiometer on the front panel if necessary. One full turn of the potentiometer corresponds to about 3 mm in level difference.
• Restart for second filling and check the adjustment.
2: Repeatability
•Run Level Control program (Program 1).
•Fill 5 times to 160 mm.
•Read water level each time on the external scale. Max deviation ± 5 mm.
3: Linearity
• Run Level Control program (Program 1).
• Run the last part. The program fills repeatedly to 100 mm, 130 mm, 160 mm
and 200 mm.
• Read water level at each stop on the external scale. Max deviation ± 5 mm.
14:1
Installation of laboratory sensors
FOM 71 MP-Lab
Installation of laboratory sensors for temperature
and speed
Laboratory sensors can be attached to the FOM 71 MP-Lab model. However, it is important that the installation is executed in accordance with
the instructions below so as not to return improper operations or faulty test
results.
Electrical installation must be carried out by an authorized personnel
Installation of the laboratory temperature sensor.
A suitable place for an external temperature sensor can be found at the
side of the heating element box. Hole dimension is ½ “BSP. See picture
below.
15:1
15:2
Installation of laboratory sensors
Installation of speed sensor
A speed sensor can be attached to the end of the drum shaft. To facilitate
attaching the sensor, a hole can be made in the back panel of the machine.
A diameter of less than 60 mm will not affect machine performance. (Ventilation holes may change the air temperature inside the machine, which may
also affect water temperature).
Adjustment of temperature, speed and water
FOM 71 MP-Lab
Adjustment of temperature, speed and water
In contrary to Wascator FOM 71 CLS, there is little scope to change or
calibrate the internal parameters of the FOM 71 MP-Lab software.
Temperature:
• If the temperature of a wash program is too high or too low during the
main wash sequence, the temperature sensor must be replaced.
Speed:
• If speed is too low (wash speed and/or spin speed), check incoming
voltage and frequency.
• If speed is too high (wash speed and/or spin speed) check incoming
voltage and frequency. Also check to see whether the V-belt is exhibiting signs of excessive wear. Changing to a new V-belt will/may reduce
the speed somewhat.
Water:
• For level adjustment, see Chapter 13.
• For flow meter adjustment, see Chapter 17.
16:1
Flow meter installation
FOM 71 Mp-Lab
Flow meter installation
(All references in this document refer to ELS document 438 9041-07 Installation of flow meter control FOM 71 MP-Lab. See Appendix 1.
• Make sure that the flow meter is installed as described in Installation
manual 438 9041-07
• Examine the straight tubes in front and after the flow meter sensor housing.
• The flow sensor housing shall not be placed in a location where water
can drip on it.
• Program the unit in accordance with Installation manual 438 9041-07.
17:1
Flow meter calibration
FOM 71 MP-Lab
Flow meter calibration
(All references in this document refers to ELS document 438 9041-07 Installation
of flow meter control FOM 71 MP-lab. See Appendix 1)
The flow meter must be configured and calibrated in accordance with the installation manual. The configuration must adhere to the procedure at page 6 of
the Installation manual. The configuration also sets the amount of water for the
main wash and rinses, as well as calibration factor K. The value of the K-factor is
dependent on actual water pressure in the supply line and must be adjusted for
each installation. This calibration must be redone if water pressure in the supply
line changes.
A flow meter shall be checked on a regular basis. If necessary, recalibration must
be carried out in accordance with the procedures set out in the flow meter installation manual.
The check shall be carried out in accordance with one of the following procedures.
• Procedure A 1
o Select the Cotton 60 program (or any other IEC cotton program)
o Start the program without load.
o Pause the program after first fill.
o Drain the machine via the manual drain button and collect the water in a
receptacle. Make sure no water is left in the drain hose.
o Weigh the water in the receptacle.
o If the receptacle is too small, drain water in stages and weigh.
o Rapid advance the program to its end.
o If the amount of water is incorrect, adjust the K-factor until the correct
amount is achieved.
o Make sure no other machine connected to the same water line is filling with
water whilst calibration is in process.
• Procedure A 2.
o Disconnect the water supply hose containing the flow meter from the
machine.
o Fit a flow restrictor of about 15 litres/min at the end of the hose (or a valve
with the opening adjusted to about 15 litres/min.)
o Select the Cotton 60°C program (or any other IEC cotton program)
o Start the program without load.
o Pause the program after first fill.
o Collect the water in a receptacle.
o Weigh the water in the receptacle.
o Rapid advance the program to its end.
18:1
Flow meter calibration
18:2
o If amount of water is not correct adjust the K-factor until the correct amount
is achieved.
o Be sure no other machine connected to the same water line is filling water at
the same time the calibration is done.
• Procedure B:
If a high quality and resolution calibrated laboratory flow meter is connected in series with the reference machine flow meter, the following procedure may be implemented instead:
o Select the Cotton 60°C program (or any other IEC cotton program).
o Start the program without load.
o Pause the program after first fill.
o Read the laboratory flow meter and compare with the 26 litres the reference
flow meter is to supply.
o If the amount of water is incorrect, adjust the K-factor until the correct
amount is achieved.
o Rapid advance the program to its end.
o Be sure no other machine connected to the same water line is filling water at
the same time the calib
Flow meter: Setting of the correct amount of water
FOM 71 MP-Lab
Flow meter: Setting of the correct amount of water
(All references in this document refers to ELS Document 438 9041-07
Installation of the flow meter control FOM 71 MP-Lab. See Appendix 1)
In IEC 60456 Ed 5 the amount of water levels programmed into the flow
meter shall be set according to table D.3 in the standard.
Program
Set value A1 (Litre)
Set Value A2 (Litre)
Cotton 85 °C
26
18
Cotton 60 °C
26
18
Cotton 40 °C
26
18
Synthetics/Blends 60 °C
22
4
Synthetics/Blends 40 °C
22
--a
Wool 40 °C
26
--a
Cotton 30 °C
26
18
Cotton 20 °C
26
18
NOTE:
a: No set value for A2 needed
IEC 60456 Ed5 Table D.3
Procedure for programming new set values into the flow meter:
• Follow the programming given in the Installation manual for the flow
meter page 6 to 9.
• Go through the complete configuration procedure and set A1 and A2
(page 8 in the Installation manual) to the desired values.
• Control that the flow meter is delivering the correct amount. If a deviation correct with the K-factor (See Chapter 18 Flow
19:1
Flow meter: maintenance
FOM 71 MP-Lab
Flow meter: maintenance
(All references in this document refers to ELS document 438 9041-07 Installation of flow meter control FOM 71 LAB. See Appendix 1)
• Occasionally check the amount of water coming from the flow meter. If
the amount is not correct, recalibrate in accordance with the procedures
set out in Chapter 16.
• The impeller in the flow meter is sensitive to contaminants in the water
and after long inoperative periods, the impeller may stop functioning.
• If the impeller is not working properly, or if the connection between impeller or control unit is broken, the water intake will stop at 8 litre.
• In this case, check the electrical connection between the impeller and
control unit or or ascertain where the impeller may be stuck open and
clean the impeller in accordance with the following instructions:
o Remove the electrical housing (Unscrew the side mounted screw and
twist and lift off the housing.)
o Unscrew the 4 screws on the impeller housing and remove the impeller plate with impeller.
o Carefully turn the impeller and rotate (blow on) the impeller until it
rotates free.
o Refit the impeller and electrical housing.
20:1
Cleaning the machine
FOM 71 MP-Lab
Cleaning the machine from debris in water, lint, scale and residual
detergent
It is very important that the wet parts of the machine are free from debris
and particles that may affect influence the wash performance of the machine.
Lint and threads from ballast and test swatches may accumulate on the
heating elements and as the bundle of lint/threads will grow it may eventually become so large that it clogs the drain valve, causing the drain valve
to leak. This leakage will definitely affect wash performance as undissolved
detergent builds up above the drain valve seat when the main wash begins.
When leakage occurs, the concentrated solution will leak out reducing detergent concentration in the bath.
Calcium carbonate from hard water used in IEC tests will, after prolonged
exposure, accumulate on the heating elements. If the scale layer is too thick
the heating elements may be destroyed due to the insulating effect of the
layer. The heating power will also be reduced giving longer heating times.
Lint from textiles, together with zeolite from detergent, will accumulate on
the surface of the outer drum and on the back gable. Detergent will also
build up in these layers. If the amount of detergent is exessive, this may affect the wash and/or rinse results obtained from the reference machine.
It is not advisable simply to remove the heating elements to visually inspect
for scale or lint. The elements should only be removed where accumulations
of lint or scale have been identified using the inspection procedure described below. Frequently removing the elements will sooner or later produce
high resistance in the wire connection, causing an excessively high connector temperature.
21:1
21:2
Cleaning the machine
Cleaning the incoming supply water filter
Debris clogging the incoming supply water filter can prolong the supply
time so it falls outside the specification given in the standard. Therefore it
is necessary to clean the filter on a regular basis.
• Remove the incoming water hose and remove the filter. The filter cartridge can be easily removed from the valve housing. Clean the filter and
refit all components.
Inspecting and removing lint from heating elements and drain valve
• A build-up of lint around the heating elements and at the drain valve can
be seen from inside the inner drum. Use a battery torch to illuminate the
inner side of the outer drum through the holes in the inner drum. This
will allow you to see any lint around the elements and the drain valve.
• If there is lint on the heating elements, they must be removed and cleaned. Disconnect the electrical wires and loosen the fastening bolt on
the element (do not remove the bolt). Using flat pliers, turn the threaded
axis about 90°anti-clockwise. The heating element can now be removed
and cleaned. Also clean the element if a layer of scale is visible. After
cleaning, refit the element and ensure that no water leaks are visible
around the element seal before refitting the front panel.
Removing lint from the drain valve
• If lint has been observed in/on the drain valve, try to remove it via the
heating element openings.
• If this is not possible, the drain valve must be removed.
• Remove the front panel and unscrew all hose fastenings on hose from
detergent box, to drain pipe and on the hose to the drum. Unscrew the
two bolts holding the drain valve unit and remove the electrical connection to the drain valve.
• The drain valve assembly can now be removed.
• Reassemble the unit in reverse order.
• Note: Do not place the electrical connector in wrong place (correct frequency is 50 or 60 Hz).
• Also see instructions on next page.
Cleaning the machine
21:3
Description
The drain valve is a motor-operated diaphragm
valve, which ensures rapid machine emptying
by its opening on a large cross-sectional surface
area. Its design is self-clearing, which eliminates
the need for lint filters.
The main valve components are:
• motor with gear
• acme-threaded plunger rod with plunger and
return spring
• rubber diaphragm
• connections for water filling, overfilling and
drainage.
In the open position, the valve is de-energised.
The plunger rod is thus screwed down to its
lowest position by the return spring. The diaphragm is compressed, forcing the piston
downwards and opening the valve.
Bild 1 21_3
When the motor is activated and begins to rotate,
the plunger rod is screwed upwards via the gear,
the diaphragm is compressed, forcing the plunger upwards, and the valve closes.
The overfilling connection is connected to the upper half of the washing drum, and the water and
suds are led directly to the waste outlet, should
the inlet valves or level control cease to function.
The connection for water filling as well as a
nipple for ceonnection of the sensing line for the
level control are located on the riser to the washing drum.
Bild 2 21_3
Cleaning the machine
21:4
Repair instructions
Deposits of scale in the diaphragm may prevent the valve from closing or
opening correctly. Therefore, the valve should be cleaned at specific intervals dictated by operating conditions and water quality.
The valve fails to open or close correctly
• Check that the motor has the correct supply voltage.
• Check that the plunger rod can move freely.
• Check that the diaphragm is not clogged by deposits of scale.
Comment
When replacing the motor:
Brown cable: 60 Hz
Blue cable: common.
Black cable: 50 Hz
Tensioning the return springs
With the valve housing removed:
- Turn the return spring so that the spring's ''tongue'' is resting against
the stop screw.
- Place the valve housing over the return spring so that the pin on the
spring fits into the inlet of the piston rod. (NOTE: The piston rod shall
be fitted so that its input is longitudinal with the housing.)
- Then turn the housing one turn in a clockwise direction. (In this way,
the spring's pin will be threaded into the piston rod. The spring is then
tensioned approximately 1/4 turn, as a result of the rise in the piston
rod.)
Stop screw
Spring tongue
Return spring's pin
Cleaning the machine
Removal of scale
Depending on how the reference machine is to be used, wet parts should
be descaled on a regular basis.
• To remove and prevent the formation of scale in instances where the
machine is used in a hard water area, implement the following procedure:
o Put 0.5 kg of citric acid in the detergent department.
o Start program Cotton 85ºC.
o Rinse the reference machine again by running the Cotton 85ºC program.
Removal of residual detergent
Detergent may accumulate in certain parts of the machine and may also
form part of deposits on the inner side of the outer drum.
• Detergent may accumulate in the hose between the drum and the external tap valve. Remove the valve and clean the hose using bottle cleaner.
Flush the hose with water to ensure that no detergent remains.
• Detergent may also accumulate in the hose between the drum and the
external level glass. Clean the glass and hose using bottle cleaner. Flush
the hose with water to ensure that no detergent remains.
• Run a Cotton 85°C or Cotton 60°C program with the machine empty and
without detergent on a regular basis. If foam is visible during the main
wash, repeat the Cotton program until no "stable" foam is visible.
21:5
Maintenance before start up of a test series
FOM 71MP-Lab
Maintenance before start up of a test series
In order to ensure that the reference machine is in good order and will
work in accordance with the specifications given in IEC 60456 a number of
checks can be carried out:
Before any major test period:
• Check for any lint according to instructions in Chapter 21.
• Check the supply time for first fill. Shall be 109 ± 14 seconds from closure of door lock relay to end of filling. If time is too short, lower the water
pressure. If the time is too long, clean the supply filter in accordance with
the instruction set out in Chapter 21 or increase the water pressure.
• Carry out an installation check according to instructions in Chapter 13.
• Carry out a flow meter check according to instructions in Chapter 19.
• Carry out an empty run test. Use Cotton 60ºC or Cotton 40ºC depending
on the type of program to be run during the test period.
• Compare the results obtained with results shown in Table 1 in Chapter
23 "Empty run test data" MP-Lab. Note the definitions assigned to the
time intervals shown in the table.
• If the value fall outside the specification detailed in Table E.2 in IEC
60456, carry out a second empty run test or recalibrate.
• If other values obtained from the empty run test differs from the value in
Table 1, analyse the reason for this difference and correct (wrong water
pressure, wrong supply water temperature, faulty heating element etc).
Before every test period:
• Check for the presence of lint according to instructions in Chapter 21.
• Check the supply time for first fill. Shall be 109 ± 14 seconds from closure of door lock relay to end of filling. If the time is too short, lower the
water pressure. If the time is too long, clean the supply filter in accordance to instruction in Chapter 21 or rise the water pressure.
• Carry out a weight check according to instructions in Chapter 19.
Daily check:
• If the machine has not been in use for the last 2 hours run the start up
program (Program 991). The start up program will flush the machine with
water and normalise all temperatures inside the machine. 22:1
Regular maintenance 6 -12 months
FOM 71MP-Lab
Regular maintenance 6-12 months
The reference machine shall at a regular basis be maintained and checked
in order to ensure that the reference machine is in good order and will
work in accordance with the specifications given in IEC 60456.
Every 6 months:
• Use the start up program (Program 3) and make a visual check and
ensure that the supply or drain valves are not leaking.
• Carry out a flow meter check according to instructions in Chapter 18.
• To prevent the build up of scale if the reference machine is run in hard
water decalcify the machine according to procedure described in
chapter 21.
• Check for any build up of lint or detergent and if verified clean according to instructions in Chapter 21
• Carry out an empty run test Cotton 60ºC or Cotton 40ºC depending
what type of program to run during the test period.
• Compare the results obtained with results shown in Table 1 in Chapter 11 "Empty run test data". Note the definitions assigned to the time
intervals shown in the table.
• If values are outside the specification in Table E.2 in IEC 60456 make
another empty run test or recalibrate.
• If other values from the empty run test differs from the values shown in
Table 1, analyse the reason for this difference and correct (wrong water
pressure, wrong supply water temperature, faulty heating element etc).
• To prevent the build-up of scale if the reference machine is run in
hard water decalcify the machine according to procedure described in
chapter 21.
• Check for any build-up of lint or detergent and, if verified, clean in accordance with procedures set out in Chapter 21.
• Carry out an empty run test Cotton 60ºC or Cotton 40ºC depending
what type of program to run during the test period.
• Compare the results obtained with results shown in Table 1 in Chapter 24 "Empty run test data". Note the definitions assigned to the time
intervals shown in the table.
• If values are outside the specification in Table E.2 in IEC 60456 make
another empty run test or recalibrate.
• If other values from the empty run test differs from the values shown in
Table 1, analyse the reason for this difference and correct (wrong water
pressure, wrong supply water temperature, faulty heating element etc).
Once a year:
• Perform a complete calibration of the machine in accordance with certified procedures.
23:1
Empty run test data
FOM 71 MP-Lab
Empty run test data
During the CLS MP-Lab ring test, data was obtained from a number of laboratories.
This data is useful when checking that the reference machine in the laboratory is
performing as expected.
Please note: This data is obtained from runs with an unloaded machine. Therefore,
the energy and process times obtained here cannot be compared with the same
parameters applied during a test series carried out with a loaded machine. However,
empty test runs are not affected by load differentials or detergent batches and will
only produce results that are specific to the machine.
Table 1 below shows the estimated/defined values for Cotton 60°C, as well as average values from the RRT 2008 ring test.
The RRT 2008 average values were obtained from the RRT 008 IEC/CENELEC/CECED ring test. These values are based on empty run tests undertaken at 15 different
laboratories.
The definitions used in Table 1 differ from those given in IEC 60456 and below are
applicable to Table1.
Definitions
Total program time: Time from the start of first filling to the start
of the retardation phase at the end extraction
sequence.
Heating time: The time until the heating relays have been
switched on during the different heating periods.
Total main wash time: The time from start of first filling until the start
of first rinse water supply.
Filling time of water:
The first filling time (26 litre). From closure of
door lock relay to end of filling.
Cold water inlet temperature: The temperature of the supplied cold water.
Temp at end of heating in
enzyme step:
The temperature at the time the heating relay is switched off after reaching the 40ºC enzyme step.
Temp at the end of the
enzyme step:
The temperature in the bath just prior to the heating up to 60ºC.
24:1
Empty run test data
24:2
Temp at the end of heating in
final heating:
The temperature when the heating relay is switched off after reaching 60ºC.
Temp at the end of the main wash:
The temperature in the bath just prior to drain after main wash.
Amount of water in main wash: The amount of supplied water to the main wash.
Amount of water in rinses: The amount of water supplied in each rinse.
Total energy consumption: The total energy consumed during the program.
Drum Speed:
Drum speed measured in RPM.
Water pressure: Water pressure (Static) measured close to inlet valve and during the filling of water.
Empty run test data
24:3
Table 1
FOM 71 MP-Lab
Estimated/
defined std
values
Estimated/
defined std
ranges
RRT2008
Average
value
16 IEC/CENELEC(Not Compulsory)
IEC 60456 Cotton 60 Empty
run
Time:
Total program time
Min,sec
78:00
2:00
78:24
Heating time cold - 20ºC
Min,sec
1,00
0:30
0:54
Heating time 20ºC - 40ºC
Min,sec
7:30
0:30
7:19
Heating time 40ºC - 60ºC
Min,sec
8:15
0:30
8:25
Total mainwash time
Min,sec
52:45
1:30
52:47
Filling time of water first fill
Min,sec
1:45
0:15
1:43
Cold water inlet temperature
ºC
15.0
2.0
15.3
At end of heating to 40 ºC.
ºC
40.0
1,0
40.1
At end of heating to 60 ºC
ºC
60.0
1,0
60.3
At the end of mainwash
ºC
55,0
2.0
56.2
Amount of water in mainwash
Litre
26.0
0,5
26.0
Amount of water in rinse 1
Litre
18,0
0,5
18.0
Amount of water in rinse 2
Litre
18,0
0,5
18.1
Temperature:
Water:
Amount of water in rinse 3
Litre
18,0
0,5
18.1
Amount of water in rinse 4
Litre
18,0
0,5
18.1
Total amount
Litre
98.0
2.5
98.2
kWh
1,800
0,150
1.830
V
230
4
231
ºC
23.0
2
23.2
Energy:
Total energy consumption
Voltage:
Line voltage during the test
Ambient temperature:
Room temperature close to
machine
Measured
value
18
Spin 1
N
N
18
Rinse 4
Drain 5
N
Drain 4
N
Rinse 3
18
N
Drain 3
N
N
18
N
Rinse 1
Drain 2
N
Drain 1
Rinse 2
N
N
Mainwash 8
N
Mainwash 7
N
Mainwash 6
N
Y
N
Y
Mainwash 5
N
N
Mainwash 4
N
Y
N
N
N
85
40
20
20
20
20
Heating Temperature
Yes/No (ºC)
N
N
Action during
wash
Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 3
26
Water Supply Action during
(litre)
heating
Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 2
Mainwash 1
Sequence
14:00
1:00
14:00
1:00
0:30
1:00
0:30
1:00
5:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
Time at
Rinse/Drain/Spin
temperature time(Min)
(Min)
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 85ºC (Wascator FOM 71 MP-Lab
NOTE: For full program description see Chapter 26.
Wascator FOM 71 MP-Lab
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
25:1
18
Spin 1
Drain 5
N
N
N
18
Drain 4
Rinse 4
N
Rinse 3
18
N
Drain 3
N
N
18
N
Rinse 1
Drain 2
N
Drain 1
Rinse 2
N
N
Mainwash 8
N
Mainwash 7
N
Mainwash 6
N
Y
N
Y
Mainwash 5
N
N
Mainwash 4
N
Y
N
N
N
60
40
20
20
20
20
Heating Temperature
Yes/No (ºC)
N
N
Action during
wash
Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 3
26
Water Supply Action during
(litre)
heating
Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 2
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 60ºC (Wascator FOM 71 MP-Lab)
NOTE: For full program description see Chapter 26.
14:00
1:00
14:00
1:00
0:30
1:00
0:30
1:00
5:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
Time at
Rinse/Drain/Spin
temperature time(Min)
(Min)
25:2
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
18
Spin 1
Drain 5
N
N
Rinse 4
18
N
N
18
Rinse 3
Drain 4
N
Drain 3
N
Rinse 2
18
N
N
Drain 2
N
Drain 1
N
Rinse 1
Mainwash 6
N
Y
Mainwash 5
N
N
Mainwash 4
N
Y
N
N
N
40
20
20
20
20
Heating Temperature
Yes/No (ºC)
N
N
Action during
wash
Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 3
26
Water Supply Action during
(litre)
heating
Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 2
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 40ºC (Wascator FOM 71 CLS)
NOTE: For full program description see Chapter 26.
14:00
1:00
0:30
1:00
0:30
1:00
5:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
Time at
Rinse/Drain/Spin
temperature time(Min)
(Min)
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
25:3
4
Spin 1
N
N
22
Rinse 3
Drain 4
N
Drain 3
N
Rinse 2
22
N
N
22
Rinse 1
Drain 2
N
N
Mainwash 9
(Cool Down)
Drain 1
N
N
Mainwash 8
N
Mainwash 7
N
Mainwash 6
N
N
Y
N
Y
Mainwash 5
N
N
Mainwash 4
N
Y
N
N
N
60
40
20
20
20
20
Heating Temperature
Yes/No (ºC)
N
N
Action during
wash
Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 3
22
Water Supply Action during
(litre)
heating
Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 2
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Synthetics/Blends 60ºC (Wascator FOM 71 Mp-Lab)
NOTE: For full program description see Chapter 26.
2:00
14:00
1:00
14:00
1:00
0:30
1:00
0:30
1:00
2:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
Time at
Rinse/Drain/Spin
temperature time(Min)
(Min)
25:4
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
22
Spin 1
Drain 4
N
N
Rinse 3
22
N
Drain 3
N
22
Rinse 2
N
Rinse 1
N
N
Drain 1
Drain 2
N
Mainwash 6
N
Y
Mainwash 5
N
N
Mainwash 4
N
Y
N
N
N
40
20
20
20
20
Heating Temperature
Yes/No (ºC)
Mainwash 3
N
Action during
wash
Normal/Gentle
N
22
Water Supply Action during
(litre)
heating
Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 2
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Synthetics/Blends 40ºC (Wascator FOM 71 Mp-Lab)
NOTE: For full program description see Chapter 26.
14:00
1:00
0:30
1:00
0:30
1:00
2:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
Time at
Rinse/Drain/Spin
temperature time(Min)
(Min)
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
25:5
Spin 2
Drain 4
G
G
6:00
1:00
2:00
26
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
Rinse 3
3:00
0:30
0:30
1:00
G
40
40
20
Time at
Rinse/Drain/Spin
temperature time(Min)
(Min)
Spin 1
Drain 3
G
Rinse 2
26
G
G
Rinse 1
Drain 2
G
26
N
G
Y
Drain 1
G
Heating Temperature
Yes/No (ºC)
Mainwash 3
G
Action during
wash
Normal/Gentle
Y
26
Water Supply Action during
(litre)
heating
Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 2
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Wool 40ºC (Wascator FOM 71 Mp-Lab)
NOTE: For full program description see Chapter 26.
25:6
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
18
N
N
Spin 1
18
Rinse 3
Drain 4
N
Drain 3
N
18
Rinse 2
N
Rinse 1
N
N
Drain 1
Drain 2
N
N
Y
Mainwash 6
N
Mainwash 5
N
Mainwash 4
N
Y
N
N
N
30
20
20
20
20
Heating Temperature
Yes/No (ºC)
Mainwash 3
N
Action during
wash
Normal/Gentle
N
26
Water Supply Action during
(litre)
heating
Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 2
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 30ºC (Wascator FOM 71 Mp-Lab)
NOTE: For full program description see Chapter 26.
17:00
1:00
0:30
1:00
0:30
1:00
5:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
Time at
Rinse/Drain/Spin
temperature time(Min)
(Min)
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
25:7
N
N
Spin 1
18
Rinse 3
Drain 4
N
Drain 3
N
18
Rinse 2
N
N
N
Drain 1
Rinse 1
Drain 2
N
Mainwash 6
18
N
N
Mainwash 5
N
N
N
Y
Mainwash 4
N
N
20
20
20
20
20
Heating Temperature
Yes/No (ºC)
Mainwash 3
N
Action during
wash
Normal/Gentle
N
26
Water Supply Action during
(litre)
heating
Normal/Gentle
Mainwash 2
Mainwash 1
Sequence
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 20ºC (Wascator FOM 71 MP-Lab)
NOTE: For full program description see Chapter 26.
7:00
1:00
0:30
1:00
0:30
1:00
5:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
3:00
1:00
Time at
Rinse/Drain/Spin
temperature time(Min)
(Min)
25:8
Program description for IEC 60456 Ed5
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 85
FOM 71 MP-Lab
Reference Programming IEC 60456 Ed5
COTTON 85
MAINWASH 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
20
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
Y
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
30 SEC
N
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HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 85
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 5
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
40
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
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MAINWASH 6
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
30
14 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 7
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
85
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 85
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 8
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
30
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
14 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
N
1 MIN
RINSE 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
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GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 85
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
2 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
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RINSE 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
2 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 5
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
EXTRACT
SPINNING ... MIN ... SEC
5 MIN
MAIN DATA
BUZZER ON WHEN PROGRAM FINISHED Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION ON TIME … SEC
3
GENTLE ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION ON TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
3
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 60
COTTON 60
MAINWASH 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
Y
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
20
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
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COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 60
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 5
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
40
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 6
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
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26:12
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NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
30
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
14 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 7
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
60
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
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DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 8
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
30
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
14 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
26:13
26:14
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GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
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DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
2 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
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26:16
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RINSE 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
2 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 5
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
EXTRACT
SPINNING ... MIN ... SEC
5 MIN
MAIN DATA
BUZZER ON WHEN PROGRAM FINISHED Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION ON TIME … SEC
3
GENTLE ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION ON TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
3
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 40
COTTON 40
MAINWASH 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
Y
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
26:17
26:18
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COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
20
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 40
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
20
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 5
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
40
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 6
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
26:19
26:20
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GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
30
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
14 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
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COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
26:21
26:22
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GENTLE ACTION Y/N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
N
1 MIN
RINSE 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
2 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 40
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
2 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 5
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
N
1 MIN
EXTRACT
SPINNING ... MIN ... SEC
5 MIN
MAIN DATA
BUZZER ON WHEN PROGRAM FINISHED Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION ON TIME … SEC
3
GENTLE ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION ON TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
3
26:23
26:24
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Synth/Blends 60
MAINWASH 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
20
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
Y
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
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COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
20
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
26:25
26:26
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TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
20
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 5
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
40
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 6
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
IEC 60456 Ed5 Synth/Blends 60
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
30
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
14 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 7
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
255
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
31
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
60
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
26:27
26:28
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DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 8
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
30
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
14 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 9
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
2 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
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COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
26:29
26:30
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DRAIN 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
IEC 60456 Ed5 Synth/Blends 60
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
2 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
EXTRACT
SPINNING ... MIN ... SEC
2 MIN
MAIN DATA
BUZZER ON WHEN PROGRAM FINISHED Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION ON TIME … SEC
3
GENTLE ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION ON TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
3
26:31
26:32
IEC 60456 Ed5 Synth/Blends 40
Synth/Blends 40
MAINWASH 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
Y
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
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COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
20
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
26:33
26:34
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TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
20
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 5
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
40
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 6
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
IEC 60456 Ed5 Synth/Blends 40
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
30
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
14 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
26:35
26:36
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COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
IEC 60456 Ed5 Synth/Blends 40
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
N
1 MIN
RINSE 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
2 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
EXTRACT
SPINNING ... MIN ... SEC
2 MIN
MAIN DATA
BUZZER ON WHEN PROGRAM FINISHED Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION ON TIME … SEC
3
GENTLE ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION ON TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
3
26:37
26:38
IEC 60456 Ed5 Synth/Blends 40
Wool 40
MAINWASH 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
Y
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
40
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
IEC 60456 Ed5 Synth/Blends 40
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
40
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
Y
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
26:39
26:40
IEC 60456 Ed5 Synth/Blends 40
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
Y
1 MIN
RINSE 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
IEC 60456 Ed5 Synth/Blends 40
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
Y
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
EXTRACT
SPINNING ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
2 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
26:41
26:42
IEC 60456 Ed5 Synth/Blends 40
DRAIN 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
Y
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
EXTRACT
SPINNING ... MIN ... SEC
6 MIN
MAIN DATA
BUZZER ON WHEN PROGRAM FINISHED Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION ON TIME … SEC
3
GENTLE ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION ON TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
3
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 30
COTTON 30
MAINWASH 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
Y
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
26:43
26:44
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 30
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
20
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 30
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
20
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 5
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
30
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 6
26:45
26:46
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 30
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
17 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
N
1 MIN
RINSE 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 30
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
0
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 3
26:47
26:48
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 30
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
2 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
N
1 MIN
EXTRACT
SPINNING ... MIN ... SEC
5 MIN
MAIN DATA
BUZZER ON WHEN PROGRAM FINISHED Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION ON TIME … SEC
3
GENTLE ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION ON TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
3
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 20
COTTON 20
MAINWASH 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
Y
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
Y
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
26:49
26:50
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 20
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
20
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 20
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
30 SEC
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 5
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
20
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
MAINWASH 6
26:51
26:52
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 20
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
10
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
7 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
N
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
N
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 1
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 20
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 2
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
3 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
26:53
26:54
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 20
DRAIN 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
1 MIN
RINSE 3
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
GENTLE ACTION DURING FILLING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING HEATING Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION DURING WASH Y/N
N
LEVEL ... UNITS
31
HYSTERESES ... UNITS
255
TEMPERATURE ... °C
WASH TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
2 MIN
COLD WATER Y/N
N
HOT WATER Y/N
Y
COLD HARD WATER Y/N
Y
COMP 1 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 3 (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
COMP 2 HOT (LEVEL CONTROLLED) Y/N
N
SOAP DISPENSER
N
DETERGENT 1 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 2 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 3 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 4 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DETERGENT 5 TIME ... MIN ... SEC
0
DRAIN 4
PAUSE WITH BUZZER Y/N
N
NORMAL ACTION Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION Y/N
TIME ... MIN ... SEC
N
1 MIN
EXTRACT
SPINNING ... MIN ... SEC
5 MIN
IEC 60456 Ed5 Cotton 20
MAIN DATA
BUZZER ON WHEN PROGRAM FINISHED Y/N
Y
GENTLE ACTION ON TIME … SEC
3
GENTLE ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION ON TIME … SEC
12
NORMAL ACTION OFF TIME … SEC
3
26:55
Installation of flow meter control
FOM 71 LAB
438 9041-07/04
May only be carried out by authorized personnel.
Flow meter control
Flow meter control
1
1
This flow meter kit is specially designed for use
together with the reference machine FOM 71
LAB and complies with the new EN 60456/prA1.
The kit contains all necessary tubes and
connectors for installation to a water hose. If
installation to fixed tubes is preferred be sure that
a straight tube of 150 mm before and 75 mm
behind the flow meter is mounted in order to get
a uniform flow. The tube diameter shall be the
same as the attached tubes. Be sure that the
water has no particles that can block the rotating
sensor wheel in the flow meter. Mount if
necessary a filter in the water housing in front of
the straight tube. The kit also contains a standard
battery eliminator with euroconnection and 230V.
If other connections or voltages are needed an
eliminator should be bought locally with following
specifications: Output 24 VDC stabilised, Max
330mAmp, DC connector type: 2.1 mm pin,
negative pole in centre.
Flow
meter
Hot water
connection
Cold water
connection
Cold water
supply pipe
2
B
C22
• Disconnect the power supply to the machine.
• Mount the flow meter control box on the wall.
• Remove the top panel.
Fig
1
• Mount the flow meter on the cold water supply
pipe.
• Connect cable with connection X135 to the
flow meter and connect X135 on the flow
meter control box (see page 10 and 11).
A
• Connect the eliminator 24V (X136) to the flow
meter control box.
Fig
2
• If the level control A is black it shall be
exchanged to a light grey (included in the kit).
Part No 471 8856-02.
Remove capacitor C22.
• Make a hole in the rear panel by knocking out
the hole to the left of the water connecions.
Fig
2
Fig
3
• Connect cable 10 connection X133 to the flow
meter control box and the other end to the
plinth B (X22) on connections 3 and 7 via the
hole in the rear panel.
• Disconnect the quick connector A (X9) with
the wires coming from the water valves. Pull
cable 9 through the hole in the rear panel and
connect X9A and X9B to both sides of opened
connector X9. Connect X9C to the flow meter
control box.
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A
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Change of EPROM
• Two memories are included in the kit, one with English display text and
one with German display text. In some cases the existing memory must
be changed (See section Start up with flow controlled programs.)
• In case a memory shift is needed dismount the FOM control board and
change the EPROM to attached.
Fig
4
On some machines relay 10 may not be mounted. If so, replace the
board.
Fig
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4
EPROM
5
RC 10
RL 10
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Calibration and configuration of the flow meter
5
Configure the flow meter according to the
attached configuration scheme. It is very easy to
make mistakes during the configuration so be
careful and follow strictly the scheme. For a full
description of all possibilities see the attached
manual for the Batch controller type 8025. The
calibration factor ”K-factor” must be calibrated
according to conditions in each individual
laboratory. The K-factor depends among other
things of available water pressure. The figure
shows the dependency as measured in the
Electrolux- Wascator laboratory.
The two programmable volumes A1 and A2 shall
be programmed according to the water volume
indicated in EN 60 456. Note that carry over can
depend on textile quality and always make a
check before any new test series.
6
Volume %
Fig
3
106
104
102
100
98
96
Series 1
0,5
1
1,5
2
P (bar)
2,5
3
3,5
4
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Start up with flow controlled programs
Be sure that the service switch mounted on top of the electronic board is in
position 1. See picture in chapter "Service switch" in Operating and
Installation Manual FOM 71 LAB. The switch in that position means that all
programming questions will be presented on the display during
programming. Be sure that the question ”COLD HARD WATER” appears in
main wash and rinse sequences. If not the memory attached to the kit has
to be mounted on the FOM control board.
The flow meter can work parallel to the normal level control. A ”YES on
question ”HARD” water in mainwash and rinse sequences will initiate the
flow meter. The questions ”Cold” and ”HOT” water will choose the two
necessary volumes. Following procedures shall be made to convert an
existing EN 60456 program to a new program with flow meter control.
Take the existing EN 60 456 programs you want to convert to flow meter
controlled programs and copy them into an empty location (See Operating
and Installation Manual for FOM 71 LAB for copying instructions.) and
make following changes:
Set all water levels to 31 scale units (In all sequences.)
Change all inlet water in mainwash from ”COLD” to ”COLD” and ”HARD”
water.
Change all inlet waters in rinses from ”COLD” to ”HOT” and ”HARD” water.
Now ”HARD” means that the flow meter shall be used and ”COLD” water
volume A1 and ”HOT” water volume A2 (see page 8).
Only change in the sequences where you want a supply of water.
All other parameters shall be unchanged.
It is possible to run all original programs with the level control as
usual as long as the parameter ”HARD WATER” is not activated.
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Failures
The water supply stops at about 8 litres.
• Configuration wrong. Go through all configuration steps and correct.
Too much water (Approx. 30 - 40 litre). Flow control unit sends Alarm.
• No signal from sensor to flow control unit.
• Check cables.
• Check that sensor wheel in the sensor unit rotates free. Can be easily
checked by removing the sensor housing and unscrew the 4 screws
holding the wheel.
Error message from flow control unit.
• Error in stored values. Reprogram the unit.
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Set and trim the K-factor value with
buttons 1 and 2 according to local
conditions depending on water
pressure, tube size etc. See also fig 6
at page 3. Suitable start value: 100.0.
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