Service Information - Servicenet

Service Information - Servicenet
5407731 Issue 3
C00295555
June 2015
SM003652
"A Energy"
Heat Pump
CONDENSER
ELECTRONIC
TUMBLE DRYER
Changes in this Issue
• Arcadia Thermistor Table Amended
EVO2 / Arcadia
Platform
Supplement
Service
Information
Indesit Company UK Ltd
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SAFETY NOTES & GENERAL SERVICING ADVICE
1. This manual is NOT intended as a comprehensive repair/maintenance guide to the appliance.
2. It should ONLY be used by suitably qualified persons having technical competence applicable
product knowledge and suitable tools and test equipment.
3. Servicing of electrical appliances must be undertaken with the appliance disconnected (unplugged)
from the electrical supply.
4. Servicing must be preceded by Earth Continuity, Earth Resistance and Insulation Resistance checks.
5. Personal safety precautions must be taken to protect against accidents caused by sharp edges on
metal and plastic parts.
6. After Servicing the appliance must be rechecked for Electrical Safety. In the case of appliances which
are connected to a water supply (i.e.: Washing Machines, Dishwashers & Food Centres etc.) checks
must be made for leaks from seals gaskets and pipe work and rectification carried out where
necessary.
7. It can be dangerous to attempt ‘DIY’ repairs / maintenance on complex equipment and the Company
recommends that any problem with the appliance is referred to its own Service Organisation.
8. Whilst the Company has endeavoured to ensure the accuracy of the data within this publication they
cannot hold themselves responsible for any inconvenience or loss occasioned by any error within.
INDEX
Safety Notes & General Servicing Advice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Technical Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Dryer Function / Heat Pump description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 - 9
Console Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 - 14
Component Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 - 20
Programme Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 - 25
New Cycles and Options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Control Board Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 - 28
Fault Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 - 31
Servicing Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 - 33
Wiring Diagram - EVO 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Wiring Diagram - Arcadia - Standard Motor - with 3 Motor Connector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Wiring Diagram - Arcadia - Standard Motor - with 3 Wires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Wiring Diagram - Arcadia - Variable Speed Motor (BPM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Dismantling Instructions - Heat Pump Model differences only. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 - 39
IMPORTANT NOTE: REFRIGERATION SYSTEM REPAIRS
SYSTEM REPAIRS MUST NOT BE ATTEMPTED BY
INDESIT ENGINEERS or ANY PERSON WHO IS NOT
IN POSSESSION OF A VALID R134a REFRIGERANT
HANDLING CERTIFICATE.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
First Production
June 2012
General
FUTURA Heat Pump models
Features
Electronically controlled tumble dryer comprising of an interface
module fitted into the door and a control module mounted on
the plinth, connected by a serial link cable.
The Condensing Drying System uses an integrated self contained
refrigerant module instead of traditional high wattage heaters.
Country of Origin
Great Britain
Dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Weight
Energy Class
A+ 30
Noise Level
68 dBA approximately
Drum Volume
112 litres
Drying Load
Dry weight maximum 8 Kg
Programmes
16 position selector
Drying Sensing Levels
Up to 5 depending on programme selected.
Door Operation
Lever operated door catch
Electronic Platform
EVO2 or Arcadia - depending on model and serial number.
Drying Controls
Variable using electronic control and thermistors
System Thermistor)
25°C = 10 K:10%
50°C = 4.16 K:10%
850 mm
595 mm
584 mm
48 Kg (Unpacked), 51 Kg (Packed)
Front Air Duct Thermistor 25°C = 470 K:15%
100°C = 16.15 K:5%
Motor
Motor Capacitor
Single phase capacitor run 2 pole induction motor - 2800 rpm
8.5 uF or 9.5 uF depending on motor type fitted.
Compressor
Highly BSD 122DV - H3BD1, 200-240V - 50/60 Hz
or Rechi 220-240V 50Hz
17 uF (for Highly compressor)
18 uF (for Rechi compressor)
Compressor Capacitor
Cooling Fan
220-240V AC, 50/60Hz, 0.14 Amp
Refrigerant Type
R134a
Water Container Capacity 5 Litres
Absorbed Power
1.04 - 1.15 kW (220 - 240 V AC)
Ambient Temperature
Between 14°C and 30°C. Optimum Performance = 20°C to 23°C.
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INTRODUCTION
These Tumble Dryers are a similar design to the original A Class Heat Pump Tumble Dryers, within a
Futura Cabinet.
The Futura features include a round door, improved Air Flow Plinth and Fast Empty Water Bottle. (see
the Futura with Evo2 controls manual for more information).
Anti Allergy, Cuddly Toy, Extra Care, and Heat & Enjoy. are new Programmes along with the previous
various specialised Programmes including Automatic Cycles with various setting levels.
Note:
The actual Programmes and settings Level available depend on the model.
(See relevant model handbook for available programmes and options etc.
Module Electronics:
Current Production Machines have EVO2 Electronics (Oct. 2012).
Arcadia Electronics will be introduced during late 2012.
MODEL NUMBER MATRIX
Example Model = TCD9346C1IT (Hotpoint models)
Product
Type
Display
Capacity
Dryness
Level
Energy
Features
Colour
Drum
Type
Market
T
C
D
9
3
4
6
C
1
IT
Tumble
Dryer
C = Condenser
D = LCD
7 = 7 Kg
0-7
A
6=
Glass Door
C = White +
Chrome Door
1 = Inox
V = Vented
F = Digit
8 = 8 Kg
3 = 3 levels
B
G = Big
Digit
9 = 9 Kg
G = Graphite
C
Blank = Solid
Door
3 = A-30%
H = White +
Anthracite Door
4 = A-40%
K = Black
5 = A-50%
P = White
EU = Europe.
Blank =
Galvanised
EX = Other
IT = Italy.
FR = France.
L = LED
6 = A-60%
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SK =
Scandinavia
UK =
United
Kingdom.
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DRYER FUNCTION
Overview
These are freestanding tumble dryers with a circular Glass (transparent) or Solid plastic insert
(opaque) door - depending on model number.
The drum is supported at the front by 2 wheels or 4 Bearing Pads (depending on model), depending
on model mounted on the front air duct and a single bearing at the rear located in the rear panel.
A shaft fixed to the rear of the drum runs in the rear bearing. The drum is driven by a belt which
passes around its periphery and onto the shaft of a motor secured to the base of the dryer.
The belt is tensioned by a pulley mounted to the motor.
The motor also drives a fan fixed to the end of the rear shaft to recirculate air through the drum.
The moisture removed from the recirculating air, by means of a refrigerant module, is pumped to a
removable container mounted in the left hand side of the console. The user can easily withdraw the
container to dispose of the collected condensed water. There is no requirement for venting to
atmosphere on this dryer.
Drum Reversal
EVO2
The drum normally rotates clockwise with the occasional reverse action anticlockwise. This occurs
during the cycles cool down period and for 5 minutes every hour of the cycle duration (for EVO 2
electronics).
Arcadia Heat Pump Models
Automatic Cycles: During the initial Calculation Phase, the machines electronics determine the Time
to Dry, the dryer tumbles in a clockwise direction. This calculation phase can take up to 30 minutes.
The drum reverses every 5 minutes for a few seconds.
Drying Process
The circulating air flows over the condenser unit causing it to be heated, the air then passes into the
drum via the fan chamber collecting moisture from the clothes enabling them to dry. The moisture
laden air passes through two filters to remove any lint and then passes through the evaporator unit
where the moisture condenses and falls into a channel in the base and flows into the pump reservoir
where it is pumped into the water container. The resulting cooled air aids the cooling of the
refrigerant in the condenser before starting the process again.
Heat Exchange Cycle
The Cycle begins with refrigerant being pumped by the compressor through the condenser unit.
A capillary tube is used to create a restriction to increase the pressure and temperature of the
refrigerant in the condenser, the heat (used to heat the airflow into the dryer) is removed from the
refrigerant converting it from a gas to a liquid.
The liquid refrigerant is then forced through the capillary under pressure into the evaporator unit
where the pressure is removed causing the refrigerant to evaporate into a gas again cooling the
evaporator the refrigerant then returns to the compressor to complete the cycle.
Controls Overview
The control system consists of a control module, two thermistors and a conductivity sensor.
The conductivity sensor is mounted in the front air duct. A single wire connects the sensor to the
control module. The front thermistor is located in the air duct, and the second thermistor is attached
to the heat exchanger system pipe work.
The control module determines the programme duration and dryness of the load. This is achieved
by the thermistors located in the front air duct and on system pipe work measuring the difference in
temperature and information supplied from the conductivity sensor strip, the control module then
calculates and compares the values to that of the chosen programme.
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Compress
Low Pressure
0.3MPa
High Pressure
1.6MPa
Gas
Circulated
Calorific Value
(1600W)
Gas
Compressor Motor
Evaporate
Dew Condensation
Water
Heat
Exchanger
(Evaporate)
Heat
Exchanger
(Condense)
Calorific Value
given by
Compressor
(600W)
Condense
Liquid
Low Pressure Expansion
0.3MPa
High Pressure
1.6MPa
As the programme progresses a small DC current is passed from the sensor in the front air through
damp clothes to earth. The resistance of this current is compared to the resistance value of the chosen
programme and when these become equal the load will have reached the required level of dryness
and will then progress through the dry programme and on to the cool down period.
The control module is located behind the right hand side panel and there is a service port behind the
plinth cover that allows attachment of a computer, Smart Card Reader or Handheld Device to
programme the Control Module.
The control module can be programmed with the relevant settings file if the module is replaced, the
settings file becomes corrupted or if an updated file becomes available.
Each of the sensing programmes has a maximum time of approximately 270 minutes. (Actual time will
vary slightly due to programme selected).
Auto Sensing
After the Automatic cycle has started, the machine’s thermistor and conductivity sensor continually
monitor the dampness of the drying clothes. Once a final dry time has been determined, the display
will update, and the cycle will continue finishing with a 3 minute cool down period. The time taken to
update will vary depending on the Programme set, load and the ambient temperature.
If the display counts down to 3 minutes and the clothes are not at the required dryness level, the
display will hold at 3 minutes (EVO2) or 1 minute (Arcadia), depending on the programme in progress
and the material being dried, the dryer will either wait until the correct dryness level is reached and
move to the cool down period, or wait until the machines sensors are able to recalculate the dryness
time and the display will update accordingly.
If, after the maximum programme time of approximately 270 minutes, the clothes are still not dry, the
programme advances to cool tumble and completes the programme.
Note 1: No fault is indicated if this occurs.
Note 2: The actual time out period will vary slightly depending on the programme and dryness level
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set. Under normal drying conditions providing at the start of the cycle the water container is empty,
both filters are clean and the clothes have been spun in a washing machine, the clothes should dry
before the time out period occurs.
The module also controls the compressor. The compressor will start running at the start of the
programme and is on continually during the drying cycle.
If the user turns off the power or disconnects the mains cable or there is a power cut, the dryer will
remember its last settings and resume the programme when the start button is pressed, the
compressor will restart after a 5 minute delay period to allow the system to equalise.
Note: If the compressor is switched off, i.e: Programme paused or the door is opened, the compressor
will have an ’OFF’ time of approximately 5 minutes to allow the pressure in the system to equalise.
The start of a programme can be delayed up to a maximum of 24 hours programmed in 1 hour steps.
Pre-crease care (see page 14) is only available if a timed delay has been selected; this option tumbles
the clothes for 3 seconds every 30 minutes for the duration of the time delay.
If selected, the Post crease care option (see page 14) tumbles the clothes after the programme has
finished for 3 seconds every 4 minutes up to a maximum duration of 10 hours.
Installation
If the machine has been transported or laid over, the machine must NOT be started for
6 hours to allow any displaced oil in the system to resettle after placing in an upright position.
The machine must be installed so it has a
minimum air gap of 15mm along each side and
10mm at the top. The machine's rear air vents
must not be blocked.
10 mm
Ventilation
The machine should be installed on a level
surface away from any appliance which
produces flames. i.e: a Gas Hob or Gas Fire.
15 mm
15 mm
Levelling the Tumble Dryer
This dryer must be level for correct
operation.
When the dryer is installed in its final
location check that it is level first side-toside, then front to back.
If the dryer is not level, adjust the feet up
or down until the dryer is level.
Rotate the feet to adjust the height.
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Ambient Temperature
The machine must be located in an area between 14°C and 30°C. For Optimum Performance = 20°C
to 23°C.
Note: If the machine is located in an area where the ambient temperature is below 14°C or above
30°C, the machines performance will be adversely affected.
Possible consequences:
May take longer to dry the clothes
May time out before the clothes are dry
The display may stick at 3 minutes for an extended period.
Water Drain - Plumbing Out
If the Dryer is positioned close to a drain or standpipe,
it is possible to drain the condensed water directly
without using the water bottle.
In this case it is no longer necessary to empty the water
bottle at the end of each cycle.
lf the Dryer is positioned above or close to a Washing
Machine which uses a standpipe the same standpipe
can be used.
Just disconnect the tube indicated in Figure A and
connect it to the drain.
If the standpipe / drain is further away than the length
of the tube it is possible to buy and connect a tube of
the same diameter and the necessary length in order to
reach the standpipe.
To install the new tube just substitute the existing one
as indicated in Figure B inserting it in the same place.
2
H<1m
Important Notes:
- The hose MUST NOT exceed 1.5 Metres in
length.
- The top of the standpipe must be below 1 metre
from the bottom of the Dryer.
- Once the Dryer has been installed, ensure that the
drain tube is not bent, squashed or contorted.
Environment
Installing in a cupboard is NOT recommended, but the
dryer must not be installed behind a locked or sliding
door, or where a door is hinged on the opposite side to
the tumble door.
When in use the dryer must be in an environment that
is not damp with proper air circulation.
The dryer will not operate efficiently in an enclosed
space or cupboard.
2
Door Reversal:
Futura Dryers (Round Glass or Round Solid Doors) - The door cannot be reversed.
Classic Dryers (Square Solid Door) - The door cannot be reversed after January 2015.
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Filter Care
This A class Dryer has 2 filters which must be kept clean to ensure efficient and correct operation of
the dryer.
1. Air Duct Filter
Open the machine door (A).
Remove the filter, located just inside
the opened door. (B) Unclip the
filter, and open.
The filter can now be cleaned and
the fluff removed.
Replace the filter after cleaning.
A
B
2. Heat Exchanger Filter
1
2
3
4
Filter
Cover
1 Pull the plinth forward
2 Rotate the cover fixing clips
3 Clean the filter
4 Refit the cover and rotate the clips
To prevent fluff build up inside the machine, an Anti Fluff Sponge is available C00309690. This Anti
Fluff Sponge should be cleaned after every four uses. This Sponge is a Service Spare and is not
fitted in production.
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CONSOLE FUNCTIONS
On/Off
Water Collection Bottle
Programme
Selection buttons
Display Unit
Option Buttons
Child Lock
Start/Pause
ON/OFF button
This button controls power to the Display and Console buttons.
Press and hold for more than 3 seconds, the display briefly shows POWER ON, and the display
shows the last selected programme.
If the dryer is running and this button is pressed the display will show TURNING OFF and the dryer
stops.
If the display shows PRESS AND HOLD, hold the button and the display counts down 3, 2, 1 and
then the dryer stops and the display is turned Off.
Programme Selection Buttons
The Programme Selection buttons set the programme:
Press the button corresponding with the programme you want to select.
Start Pause
The START/PAUSE button/light starts a selected programme.
When you press this button there will be one beep and the display will show PAUSE.
When a programme is running holding this button in pauses the programme and stops the dryer.
The light is Green when a programme is running, flashing amber if the programme has been paused
and flashing Green if on stand-by waiting to start a Programme. (see Start and Programmes).
Note: This light also flashes amber during the Post Care phase of a programme.
The Display Unit gives warnings and information about the programme selected and its progress.
Option Buttons
The OPTION buttons/indicators; these buttons select available options for your selected
programme. (see The Controls). The indicators on the display unit next to the bottom buttons light to
show that the option has been selected.
Child Lock
Press and hold this button after selecting your programme and any options. This feature prevents
the programme settings from being changed. The display will briefly show LOCKED. When the icon
is lit, the other buttons are disabled. Hold this button to cancel and the icon will go out. The display
will briefly show UNLOCKED and then the locked buttons will work.
Standby
This tumble dryer, in compliance with new energy saving regulations, is fitted with an automatic
stand-by system which is enabled after about 30 minutes if no activity is detected.
Hold the ON-OFF button until display briefly shows POWER ON. The dryer then reactivates.
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The Display
Selecting your Language (FUTURA MODELS)
First time you turn on your dryer you should select your preferred Language from the available list.
To change; the language current selection must flash on
the first line of the display. Press the On/Off button to turn
off the display then, press and hold all three buttons
Heat Level,
Timed Dry and
Dryness level for 5
seconds
Timed Dry button to scroll up
Press the High Heat or
or down through the list. When your required language is
flashing on the top line of the display
Dryness level button to select your choice.
Press the
Understanding the display
Programme Selection and Display
The selected programme is shown on the first line of display, this message is shown while the programme is running.
Eight of the buttons have two selections press the button once for the first choice and press again for the second choice, your
selected programme is displayed. The final button selects My Cycle.
First press
Second press
1
COTTONS
2
BED & BATH
ANTI ALLERGY
3
SYNTHETICS
SHIRTS SYNTHETIC
4
JEANS
DUVET
5
WOOL
SILK
6
DELICATES
BABY DELICATES
7
CUDDLY TOYS
HEAT & ENJOY
8
EASY IRON
REFRESH
SHIRTS COTTON
9
My Cycle (see below)
My Cycle When you select the My Cycle button the Display will show your selected programme with ‘M’ before its name.
i.e. M COTTONS
(see Start and Programmes)
Dryness Levels (number of levels depends on model)
During Programme selection for an automatic programme that has different dryness level available (see programmes table) The
Dryness Level you require, for each press of the Dryness level button next option from the list
second line of the display shows the
below is selected and displayed. Some automatic programme do not allow the dryness level to be changed or do not have all of the
dryness level options.
DAMP
IRON DRY
HANGER PLUS
HANGER DRY
LIGHT DRY
CUPBOARD DRY
EXTRA DRY
The display also shows one to 7 bars depending on your
selection, these are displayed during the programmes
progress.
Damp : Dries your items ready to be ironed using a
machine or rotary ironer
Iron Dry: Dries you items ready to be ironed with a hand
iron.
Hanger Plus : Dries you delicate items ready to hanged for
final drying.
Hanger Dry: Dries you clothes ready to be hanged for final
drying
Light Dry: Dries you delicate clothes ready to be put away.
Cupboard Dry: Dries your clothes ready for putting away.
Extra Dry: Dries your clothes ready for wearing
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The Display
Programme Progress
The second line of the display shows the status of the programme as it progresses (long messages scroll across the line)
DRY
COOL TUMBLE
HEATING
Heat & Envoy Programme
READY
END OF CYCLE, CREASE CARE
(If option Crease
Care Selected)
END OF CYCLE, CLEAN FILTER AND EMPTY WATER BOTTLE
Timed Drying
Timed Button and the display will increment the
After selecting a Programme that has a Timed Dry Option, press the
selected time each time you press and release this button.(see Start and Programmes).
Each press reduces the time duration and number of
available time options depend on the programme /
material selected. The timed dry icon
is displayed
next to the time.
The selected time remains displayed after the
programme starts, but can be changed anytime you
wish.
Delay and Time to End
Some programmes can have a delayed start. (see Start and Programmes). Press the Delay button and the Icon flashes
Each press of the
Delay button advances the delay
setting in 1 hour Increments from
to
.
and then after a couple of seconds cancels
then
the delay.
The delay time is shown on the display next to the
Delay button
The display counts down the minutes of the delay
period after the Start/Pause Button
is Pressed. The
second line of the display shows STARTS IN
You can then if you wish change or cancel the delay time selected anytime.
After the Start/Pause button is pressed the delay or time to end is displayed in hours and minutes and counts down each
minute
Time to End
After the delay period finishes or for all of the programme if delay not selected. The estimated Time to the end of the
programme for automatic programs or the actual time remaining during a timed programme is shown in this part of the
display .
When timed programmes are selected the time displayed throughout the cycle is the actual time remaining.
When an Automatic programme is selected the time displayed is an estimate of the time remaining. When the
programme is selected the display shows the time required to dry a full load, after around 10 minutes the controller
calculates a better estimate of the cycle time and this is updated during the programme.. The colons between the hours
and minutes display flash to show that the time is counting down
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The Display
Warnings
The second line of the display also gives warnings and reminders. Reminders occur at the end of the programme.
END OF CYCLE, CLEAN FILTER AND EMPTY WATER BOTTLE
x
Reminder that the water container should be emptied.
and the filter cleaned every time you use the dryer.
(see Maintenance)
GB
EMPTY WATER BOTTLE
x
Indicates that the container is full. The message will
take a few seconds to go out after replacing the
empty water container; the dryer must be running for
this to happen. (see The Controls). Note: if the
water bottle fills the message is displayed, the
heat is turned off and your clothes will not dry.
CLEAN CONDENSER, FILTER AND EMPTY WATER BOTTLE
x
This message indicates that you must clean the
Heat Pump Condenser Filter unit (see
Maintenance) and will occur at intervals depending
how much you have used you dryer. When you
finish the next programme the message is
cancelled. You must also clean the filter.
CLEAN FILTER TO ENSURE ANTI ALLERGY ACTION
x
Shown during the Anti Allergy programme and
indicates that the filter needs cleaning to complete
the full anti-allergy cycle . (see Maintenance)
Start & Programmes
Choosing a Programme
1. Plug the dryer into the electrical socket.
2. Sort your laundry according to fabric type (see
Laundry).
3. Open the door and make sure the filter is clean and
in place and the water container is empty and in place
(see Maintenance).
4. Load the machine and make sure that the items are not
in the way of the door seal. Close the door.
5. If the Display is not lit; press the On/Off Button
6. Press the Programmes selection button (press twice for
some programme s) that corresponds with fabric being
dried by checking the Programmes table (see
Programmes) as well as the indications for each type of
fabric (see Laundry).
If the M button
is selected steps 7, 8 and 9 are not
required. (see Below)
7.Choose Timed Dry or Dryness Level option.
If Timed Drying press and release Timed button until
time required is displayed. Or
To change from default dryness setting press and
release Dryness Levels button until required level is
indicated.
! See programmes tables, for details of availability of
Dryness levels, Timed dry and Options
8. Set a delay time and other options as necessary. (see
The Display)
9. Press the START button
to begin. The display will
show the estimated time to end.
During the drying programme, you can check on your
laundry and take out the items that are dry while the
others continue drying. When you close the door again,
press START in order to resume drying.
10. During the last few minutes of Drying Programmes
before the programme is completed, the final COOL
TUMBLE phase is entered (fabrics are cooled), this
phase should always be allowed to complete.
11. At the end of the drying cycle a message is displayed.
If END OF CYCLE, CLEAN FILTER AND EMPTY WATER BOTTLE
is shown, the buzzer will beep 3 times
(Note: If the SOUND option was selected the buzzer
beeps 3 times every 30 seconds for 5 minutes).
If END OF CYCLE, CREASE CARE. Is shown crease care
was selected. and if you do not take the clothes out
immediately the clothes will tumble occasionally for 3 hours
or until you open the door, the buzzer will then beep 3-times
to confirm the programme is completed.
12. Open the door, take your laundry out, clean the filter
and replace it. Empty the water container and replace it
(see Maintenance).
13. Unplug the dryer.
My Cycle Button
PRESS AND HOLD TO STORE
First time you press this button the display will show
After selecting your favourite programme and options you can save these settings by Pressing and holding in the Memory
Button for at least 5 seconds, the top line will show a flashing M followed by the selected programme. The buzzer will then beep
and the second line of the display briefly shows MEMORY
The next time you need this programme press the M Button and then Start/Pause button
and this programme will run.
If you wish you can change your favourite section by selecting your new programme and/or options and press and hold in the
M button (as above).
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OPTION BUTTONS
Programmes
For Programme information, refer to the correct User Instruction book for the model concerned.
Sound
If selected, the buzzer will sound at the end of the cycle. Beeps 3 times when the cycle finishes.
Delay Start
To be used when the user wishes to delay the start of the cycle. Each press of the delay button
advances the delay by one hour, to a maximum of 24 hours. If no delay is required, select OFF.
Crease Care
Selecting this option enables both the pre care and post care options.
Pre Care only available if the delay start option has been selected.
Post Care the clothes are occasionally tumbled at the end of the cycle. Helps prevent creasing if it is
not possible to remove the clothes once the cycle is finished.
Extra Care
This option introduces a reduced drum action during the later stages of the drying cycle (longer pauses
between drum rotation changes).
Quick Dry
An economical programme for small loads to a maximum of 1 kg. The cycle is set at cupboard dryness
level and takes about 30 minutes. The machine’s electronics continually check the front thermistor
temperature to monitor when the clothes are dry.
Heat Level Button, Display and Icons (models with Arcadia electronics only)
Not all programmes allow you to change the heat level, and some of these programmes do allow all
three heat level options. When the option change the heat level is available pressing this button
changes the heat level selected and the Display Briefly shows the heat level and the display next to
the button shows the following icons:
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COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
Door
The Aqualtis Tumble Dryer door holds the customer interface controls and the water container
handle is only visible when the door is opened.
FUTURA
Style
AQUALTIS Style
Pull on Handle
to open
Rating Plate
Water Container
Filter
Customer
Interface
Heat Exchanger
Filter Unit
(cover open)
Model &
Serial Numbers
Air Intake Grille
Heat Exchanger Filter Unit
Cover - Handle
(Pull here to open)
Door Switch (Aqualtis Models only)
A single unit comprising two single microswitches, fitted to the front panel
of the dryer.
- One microswitch signals to the module whether the door is opened or
closed.
- One microswitch disconnects supply to the motor whenever the door is
open.
Filters
Two Plastic mesh filters are fitted,
1. Just inside the door, into the Front Air Duct.
2. With the plinth open, the filter is located behind the cover.
See also page 9.
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Control Module
This is an electronic device that monitors and controls all devices within the appliance. It is located
behind the right-hand Side Panel.
A production Control Module is pre-programmed at the factory.
Drum
The drum comprises of a zinc coated front and rear body and two removable plastic lifters. The rear of
the drum is perforated to allow the passage of air. Fixed to the rear pressing is a support shaft which
runs in a bearing located in the rear panel of the dryer.
A drive pin and collar on the drum shaft prevents forward thrust during use. The front lock seam of the
drum rotates on bearing pads.
Note: Galvanised and Stainless steel drums are used in production, depending on the model of the
dryer.
Compressor Assembly
Condenser
Evaporator
Drier
Heat Exchanger
Filter
Filter
Cover
Compressor
System
Thermistor
Cooling Fan
Pump & Float Switch
Mounted on the bottom right hand side of the rear panel, condensate water from the condenser
chamber is pumped via an external hose to the water container situated behind the console.
The pump runs continually throughout the programme, except for the cool down period at the end of
the cycle.
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Operation of the Float Switch:
The compressor will turn off after
approximately 1 minute, and the machine
will continue, with cool air only for a further
10 minutes, before the warning H20 is
displayed, the Start/Pause button flashes
orange and the empty water container
icon flashes.
Front Air Duct (NTC)
Located in the front air duct,
this thermistor continually
monitors the temperature of
the circulating
drying air.
System Thermistor
The system thermistor sits
in a pocket on the external
system pipe work, and
measures the system
temperature. The System Thermistor is used to
control the front cooling fan.
Temperature
°C
20°C
25°C
40°C
80°C
100°C
130°C
EVO2
Arcadia Electronics
Electronics
K ohms
614 Kohms
470 Kohms
Between 49-51
217 Kohms
35.5 Kohms
Between 5.9-6.6
16 Kohms
5 Kohms
Temperature
°C
25°C
30°C
50°C
60°C
85°C
EVO2
Arcadia Electronics
Electronics
K ohms
10 Kohms
47
8.3 Kohms
37.8
4.16 Kohms
16.8
3.02 Kohms
11.6
1.45 Kohms
5.0
Compressor Cooling Fan
The cooling fan is located on the RH side at the front of the base moulding immediately behind the
air inlet grill. The fan is controlled by the system pipe work NTC and operates when the NTC senses
a temperature of approximately 53°C on Cotton and Synthetic programmes and 45°C on Delicate
Programmes. The fan will start after about 20 minutes and will switch on intermittently during the
early stages of the Drying cycle.
Compressor
The compressor starts running at the beginning of the programme selected and will run continually
for the duration of the drying programme switching off during cool tumble.
If the power supply to the compressor is interrupted (i.e. if the door is opened) there will be a 5 minute
delay before power is restored, this delay is to enable the refrigeration system to equalise.
This 5 minute delay is controlled by the module and the delay is triggered when the programme is
interrupted for any reason, opening the door, pausing the cycle, power cut etc. This 5 minute delay
only counts down when the machine has the power turned On.
The compressor also has a self setting cut out positioned under the plastic cover on its top, this is
operated by excessive compressor temperature or excess current flow.
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Heat Pump Bases
Two ’A’ Class Heat Pump Bases have been used in production.
Original Production used an IMAT manufactured base with a ’Highly’ brand compressor.
From the Summer of 2013, Yate factory manufactured the base with a ’Rechi’ brand compressor.
Highly brand Compressor
Rechi brand Compressor
(IMAT manufactured)
(Yate manufactured)
Compressor Capacitor = 17 uF
Pipe thermistor is specific to compressor.
Dryer Rear Panel:
with 20mm or 25mm Hole in Rear Panel
Compressor Capacitor = 18 uF
Pipe thermistor is specific to compressor.
Dryer Rear Panel:
Hole in Rear Panel is Blocked. (20 or 25mm
hole plugged with a Grommet)
Drum Rear Seal
This unit comprises of a ring of foam with a webbing bearing face. Lubrication is applied to the drum
where the webbing surface runs, to reduce noise and wear. The seal reduces air losses at the rear of
the drum. The joints in the foam are sealed with glue and the joints in the webbing are stitched to
further reduce air leakage.
Compressor Cooling Fan
The cooling fan is located on the RH side
at the front of the base moulding
immediately behind the air inlet grill.
The fan is controlled by the system
pipework NTC and module.
It operates when the NTC senses a pipe
temperature of approximately 45°C or
53°C - depending on the programme
selected.
Cooling Fan
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Motor
A two pole P.S.C. (permanent split capacitor) running at 2800 rpm with the impeller fitted to the rear
end of the shaft and the drive belt running directly in grooves in the front end of the shaft.
It is protected from overload by a self-resetting internal cut-out that interrupts the electrical supply to
the windings. It is used together with a capacitor that is mounted on the base of the dryer.
Various Motors have been used in production.
EVO2 Platform Dryers
360 ANA IMEP 27mm stator width 8.5µF flange for metal fan. 3 wires not 3 - way connector.
Arcadia Platform Dryers
370 ANA IMEP 27mm stator width 8.5µF flange for metal fan. 3-way connector.
380 ANA IMEP 27mm stator width 8.5µF for plastic fan. 3 wires.
382 ANA IMEP 30mm stator width 9.5µF flange for metal fan. 3 wires.
381 ANA IMEP 30mm stator width 9.5µF for Plastic fan. 3 wires.
383 Welling 30mm stator width (higher power) 9.5µF for Plastic fan. 3 wires.
Note: The correct Capacitor must always be fitted.
Motor type with 3 separate wires
Motor type with 3 way connector
Drum Rear Seal
This unit comprises of a ring of foam with a webbing bearing face.
Lubrication is applied to the drum where the webbing surface runs, to reduce noise and wear.
The seal reduces air losses at the rear of the drum.
The joints in the foam are sealed with glue and the joints in the webbing are stitched to further reduce
air leakage.
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Heat Pump Base Assembly
From June 2015, the Compressor Earth Wire has a Locking Male Tag instead of a Female Tag.
Service Heat Pump Bases manufactured after June 2015 will also have a Locking Male Tag. Therefore
if fitting a replacement Heat Pump Base Assembly to a Dryer with a Serial Number before June 2015,
an Earth Link Wire C00373114 will also be required to connect the Earth Wire from the Compressor to
the existing Earth Wire. The insulated Tag connects to the existing Earth Connection the locking Tag
end to the Earth Wire on the Compressor.
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EXAMPLE PROGRAMME GUIDE - Models with EVO2 Electronics
! If the On/Off light is not lit; Press the On/Off Button
Programme
Easy Iron
Refresh
and then select programme.
What it does
How to set it
Brief programme (approximately 10 minutes) that softens
fibres of clothing that is ready
for ironing.
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on
2. Select Alarm Option if required.
3. Press the Start Button
.
Notes / Options available
20 min cool programme to air
your clothes
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on
2. Select Alarm Option if required.
3. Press the Start Button
.
Dries: your Cotton clothes on
High heat.
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on
2. Choose Sensor Dry
or Timed Dry
(see next page).
3. Select any Options if required.
4. Press the Start Button
.
.
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on
2. Choose Sensor Dry
or Timed Dry
(see next page).
3. Select any Options if required.
4. Press the Start Button
.
.
.
! This is not a drying programme (see previous page).
Options available
Alarm .
Alarm
.
Cottons
Cotton High Heat
Cotton Low Heat
Dries: your Cotton clothes on
Low heat.
N.B: Max. load 6 kg
Alarm . Delay Start
.
Pre care
. Post care
Mini Load .
.
Sensor Dry option, automatic drying:
Damp dry
, Iron dry
, Hanger dry
.
Ready to Wear
Alarm . Delay Start
.
. Post care
Pre care
Mini Load .
Cupboard dry
,
.
Sensor Dry option, automatic drying:
Damp dry
, Iron dry
, Hanger dry
Cupboard dry
.
Cupboard dry
.
Cupboard dry
.
Shirts
Shirts High Heat
Dries your shirts on a high
heat.
Dries your shirt on low heat.
Shirts Low Heat
Dries denim clothes on a high
heat.
Jeans
Dries: your synthetics clothes
on High heat.
Synthetics
Dries your Towels and bedding on High heat.
Bed & Bath
Dries your Duvet on a Low
heat.
Duvet
Cotton
Dries you Duvet bedding on
Low Heat.
Duvet
Synthetic
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on
2. Choose Sensor Dry
or Timed Dry
(see next page).
3. Select any Options if required.
4. Press the Start Button
.
.
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on
2. Choose Sensor Dry
or Timed Dry
(see next page).
3. Select any Options if required.
4. Press the Start Button
.
.
1.
2.
3.
4.
.
Sensor Dry option, automatic drying:
Damp dry
, Iron dry
, Hanger dry
.
Alarm . Delay Start
Pre care
. Post care
Mini Load .
.
Sensor Dry option, automatic drying:
Damp dry
, Iron dry
, Hanger dry
Position the PROGRAMME knob on
.
Choose Sensor Dry
(see next page).
Select any Options if required.
Press the Start Button
.
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on
2. Choose Sensor Dry
or Timed Dry
(see next page).
3. Select any Options if required.
4. Press the Start Button
.
Alarm . Delay Start
.
. Post care
Pre care
Mini Load .
.
Alarm . Delay Start
Pre care
. Post care
.
Sensor Dry option, automatic drying:
, Iron dry
, Hanger dry
Damp dry
Cupboard dry
, Ready to Wear
.
(We suggest to use only Ready to Wear).
.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Position the PROGRAMME knob on
.
Choose Sensor Dry
(see next page).
Select any Options if required.
Press the Start Button
.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Position the PROGRAMME knob on
.
Choose Sensor Dry
(see next page).
Select any Options if required.
Press the Start Button
.
1.
2.
3.
4.
.
Position the PROGRAMME knob on
(see next page).
Choose Sensor Dry
Select any Options if required.
Press the Start Button
.
.
Alarm . Delay Start
. Post care
Pre care
Mini Load .
.
Sensor Dry option, automatic drying:
, Iron dry
, Hanger dry
Damp dry
.
Cupboard dry
Alarm . Delay Start
.
. Post care
Pre care
,
.
Sensor Dry option, automatic drying:
Damp dry
, Iron dry
, Hanger dry
, Cupboard
. (We suggest to use only Cupboard dry).
dry
Alarm . Delay Start
.
Pre care
. Post care
.
Sensor Dry option, automatic drying:
Damp dry
, Iron dry
, Hanger dry
,
. (We suggest to use only Cupboard dry).
Cupboard dry
.
Alarm . Delay Start
Pre care
. Post care
.
Sensor Dry option, automatic drying:
, Iron dry
, Hanger dry
,
Damp dry
Cupboard dry
. (We suggest to use only Cupboard dry).
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Programme
What it does
How to set it
Dries: your Woollen clothes .
1.
2.
3.
4.
.
Position the PROGRAMME knob on
(see next page).
Choose Sensor Dry
Select any Options if required.
Press the Start Button
.
Alarm
Dries your silk items on a low
heat.
1.
2.
3.
4.
.
Position the PROGRAMME knob on
(see next page).
Choose Sensor Dry
Select any Options if required.
Press the Start Button
.
Alarm
Dries your baby clothes on a
low heat.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Position the PROGRAMME knob on
.
(see next page).
Choose Sensor Dry
Select any Options if required.
.
Press the Start Button
.
Alarm . Delay Start
. Post care
Pre care
1.
2.
3.
4.
Position the PROGRAMME knob on
.
Choose Sensor Dry
(see next page).
Select any Options if required.
.
Press the Start Button
Alarm . Delay Start
.
Pre care
. Post care
.
.
Alarm . Delay Start
Pre care
. Post care
Wool
Silk
Baby
Dries your lingerie on a low
heat.
Lingerie
Dries your delicate items on a
low heat.
Delicates
(e.g. Acrylics)
1. Position the PROGRAMME knob on
2. Choose Sensor Dry
or Timed Dry
(see next page).
3. Select any Options if required.
4. Press the Start Button
.
Notes / Options available
.
Sensor Dry option, automatic drying:
, Iron dry
, Hanger dry
Damp dry
Cupboard dry
(We suggest to use only Cupboard dry).
.
Sensor Dry option, automatic drying:
, Iron dry
, Hanger dry
,
Damp dry
(We suggest to use only Cupboard dry).
Cupboard dry
.
Sensor Dry option, automatic drying:
Damp dry
, Iron dry
, Hanger dry
,
. (We suggest to use only Cupboard dry).
Cupboard dry
.
Sensor Dry option, automatic drying:
Damp dry
, Iron dry
, Hanger dry
,
. (We suggest to use only Cupboard dry).
Cupboard dry
.
Sensor Dry option, automatic drying:
Damp dry
, Iron dry
, Hanger dry
,
Cupboard dry
. (We suggest to use only Cupboard dry).
Sensor Drying and Timed Drying
First select a programme (see programmes table).
Programme
Sensor
Drying
Timed
Drying
(220, 180,
150, 120,
90, 60 or 40
minutes)
What it does
How to set it
Notes / Options available
Always use Sensor Dry if possible for drying your clothes. It
will guarantee you best drying
results.
The heat setting depends
on the programme (material
option) selected.
1. Press and release the sensor Dry button until
the display shows the desired selection. Each
Options available
.
Alarm . Delay Start
Pre care
. Post care
.
Mini Load .
Consult suggested drying times (see Laundry).
The last 10 minutes of these programmes is the cool
tumble phase
.
Always use timed drying
option if you want to decide
the drying time.
The heat setting depends
on the Programme (material
option) selected.
1. Press and release the Timed Button until the
display shows the required selection. Each
decreases time 220, 180, 150, 120, 90, 60,
40 and then repeats.
• Delicates have a maximum time of 150 .
2. Select any Options if required.
3. Press the Start Button
.
press advances
,
,
,
,
and then
repeats.
! Some sensing programmes do not have all five
dryness level options.
2. Select any Options if required.
3. Press the Start Button
.
Options available
.
Alarm . Delay Start
Pre care
. Post care
.
Consult suggested drying times (see Laundry).
The last 10 minutes of these programmes is the cool
tumble phase
.
! For the best performance do not open the door before the cycle has finished.
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EXAMPLE PROGRAMME GUIDE - Models with Arcadia Electronics
Programmes T able
TD4276FUH Issue 1
! If the Display is not lit; Press the On/Off Button
and then select programme.
ESSENTIALS
2
Bed & Bath
Anti Allergy
Synthetics
3
Shirts
Synthetic
D
D
x
D D
Extra Dry
D
D
Cupboard Dry
D
D
D
D D
D
D
Light Dry
High
Medium
Low
Hanger Dry
D
Iron Dry
D
Damp D
Sensor Dry
Quick dry
D
Extra Care
Shirts Cotton
* Crease Care
or
Sound
Delay Timer
1
Cottons
Timed Dry
Dryness Levels Available
(default highlighted)
Hanger Dry Plus
Options Available
Heat Level
Programme
D
D
D D
D
D D
D
x
x
x
x
D
D
D
D D
D D
D D
D
D
D
D D
D D
D D
D
D
D
x
D
x
D
D
D
x
High
Medium
D
D
x
x
x
D
D
D D
D
D D
D
x
x
D
D D
D
D D
D
x
D
D
x
D
Medium
Low
D
D
x
D
x
An Automatic programme
*You c annot select both Creas e Care and Sound Options
Cottons
x
x
This is a programme for Cotton Items.
The duration of this programme will take will depend on the size of the load, the dryness setting selected and the spin
speed used in your washer.(see The Laundry)
Shirts Cotton
x This is a programme for Shirts made from Cotton.
x It can be used for load sizes up to 3 kg (approximately 10 shirts).
The duration of this programme will depend on the size of the load the dryness setting selected and the spin speed used in your
washer
Loads dried using the Cupboard Dry setting are usually ready to wear; the edges or seams may be slightly damp. If this is found
try turning the shirts inside out and running the programme again for a short period
Bed & Bath
x
x
x
This is a programme for Cotton Towels and sheets
The duration of this programme will depend on the size of the load, the dryness setting selected and the spin speed used in
your washer. .(see The Laundry)
Loads dried using the Extra Dry setting are usually ready to use; the edges or seams may be slightly damp especially on
large items. If this is found try opening them out and running the programme again for a short period.
Anti Allergy Programme
This programme has the “Seal of Approval” endorsement from Allergy UK, which reflects the effective reduction and elimination
of allergens from the clothes with the special Anti Allergy Cycle. With this programme, thanks to the achievement of constant
temperature for an extended period of time, the effects of the most common allergens (including House Mites and Pollen) are
neutralized. Can be used on a full size wet load to dry and treat or on a 4 kg dry load to just treat your articles.
If the Display shows CLEAN FILTER TO ENSURE ANTI ALLERGY ACTION
Clean filter and re-start the programme.
x
x
Synthetics
This is a programme for items of Synthetic low heat setting or Synthetic / Cotton mixtures medium heat setting.
The duration of this programme will depend on the size of the load, the dryness setting selected and the spin speed used in
your washer. .(see The Laundry)
Shirts Synthetic
x
This is a programme for Shirts made from synthetic materials or a mixture of natural and synthetics materials such
as Polyester and Cotton.
x It can be used for load sizes up to 3 kg (approximately 14 shirts).
The duration of this programme will depend on the size of the load the dryness setting selected and the spin speed used in your
washer. Loads dried using the Cupboard Dry setting are usually ready to wear; the edges or seams may be slightly damp. If this
is found try turning the shirts inside out and running the programme again for a short period
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g
and then select programme.
Options Available
x
D
Delicate
D
Baby Cycle
x
x
x
x
D
D
D
x
x
x
x
*
*
x
x
x
D
D
D
D D
x
D D
Extra Dry
D
x
Cupboard Dry
x
x
High
Medium
x
x
Light Dry
x
Hanger Dry Plus
x
Iron Dry
*
Damp
D
Available Dryness Levels
(default highlighted)
Sensor Dry Quick Dry
6
Wool
Silk
Extra Care
5
Duvet
D
D
Sound
Jeans
4
* Crease Care
Or
Sound
Delay Timer
Heat Level
Timed Dry
Programme
Hanger Dry
! If the Display is not lit; Press the On/Off Button
D
An Automatic Programme
x
An Automatic Programme
D D D D D
x
D D D D D D
D
D
x
D
D
x
D
D
x
x
x
x
An Automatic Programme
*You cannot s elect both Cr ease Care and S ound Opt ions
Jeans
x
x
x
x
x
x
!
This is a programme for Jeans made from Denim Cotton. Before drying your Jeans turn the front pockets inside out.
It can be used for load sizes up to 3 kg (approximately 4 pairs).
Do not mix dark and light coloured items.
It can also be used on other garments made from same material such as jackets.
The duration of this programme will depend on the size of the load, the dryness setting selected and the spin speed used in
your washer.
Loads dried using the Extra dry setting are usually ready to wear; the edges or seams may be slightly damp. If this is found
try turning the jeans inside out and running the programme again for a short period.
We do not recommend that you use this programme if your jeans have elastic waist bands, studs or embroidery.
Duvet
! Take care with these programme do not dry any items that are damaged which could result in the filling blocking the
filter and air path resulting in a fire hazard.
x
Must only be used on Single size duvets not suitable for double or king size items.
x
Loads dried using this programme are usually ready to use, but may be slightly damp in places. If this is found try
removing the load and open them out and shake then run the programme again for a short period.
x
Also suitable for down filled jackets.
x
Select high heat for Cotton Duvets and medium heat for Synthetic Duvets
x
The programme time will depend on size and density of the load and the spin speed used in your washer
Wool Programme
x
x
x
x
This is a programme for tumble dryer safe garments marked with the symbol
It can be used for load sizes up to 1 kg (approximately 3 sweaters).
We recommend that garments are turned inside out before drying.
This programme will take about 60 minutes, but may take longer depending on the size and density of the load and
the spin speed used in your washer.
x Loads dried using this programme are usually ready to wear, but on some heavier garments the edges may be
slightly damp. Allow these to dry naturally as over-drying could damage garments.
! Unlike other materials, the mechanism of wool shrinkage is irreversible; i.e. it will not stretch back to original size and
shape.
! This program is not suitable for Acrylic garments
Silk
x
x
x
x
This is a programme for drying your Delicate Silk.
It can be used for load sizes up to 0.5 kg.
The duration of this programme will depend on the size of the load, the dryness setting selected and the spin speed used in
your washer
Loads dried using the Cupboard Dry setting are usually ready to use, but on some heavier garments the edges may be
slightly damp. If this is found try removing the load and open them out then run the programme again for a short period.
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Exclusive Programmes
Delicates
x
x
x
x
This is a programme for drying your Delicate Clothes i.e. Acrylics.
It can be used for load sizes up to 2.0 kg.
This programme time depend on the size and density of the load and the spin speed used in your washer.
Loads dried using this programme are usually ready to use, but on some garments may be slightly damp. If this is found try
removing the load and open them out or turn inside out then run the programme again for a short period.
Baby Cycle
• This is a programme for drying your baby’s small delicate items of clothing and bedding (Cotton and Chenille) and for drying your
Delicate Clothes.
• Do not dry items such as bibs and nappy pants with plastic coverings.
• It can be used for load sizes up to 2 kg.
• The time this programme will take will depend on the size and density of the load and the spin speed used in your washer.
• Loads dried using this programme are usually ready to use, but on some heavier garments the edges may be slightly damp. If
this is found try turning them inside out and running the programme again for a short period.
Programmes Table - EXTRA
and then select programme.
Options Available
x
x
An Automatic Programme
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
An Automatic Programme
Easy Iron
x
x
x
D
x
x
x
An Automatic Programme
Refresh
x
x
x
D
x
x
x
An Automatic Programme
My Cycle
M
Extra Dry
Timed Dry
x
Iron Dry
Heat Level
D
Damp Dry
Quick Dry
x
Sensor Dry
Sound
x
Cupboard Dry
Extra Care
D
Cuddly
Toys
Heat &
Enjoy
8
9
Crease Care
7
Dryness Levels
Delay Timer
Light Dry
Hanger Dry
Programme
Hanger Dry Plus
! If the Display is not lit; Press the On/Off Button
Depends on your chosen programme. See previous details
Cuddly Toy Programme
With the cuddly toy programme you can remove dust easier and wash the cuddly toys more often because the drying time is very
much reduced compared to drying in the open air. It’s a delicate drying cycle that dries at low temperature and with soft mechanical
action to maintain at best the original look and the shine of the fur.
Note: For allergy protection, just freeze for 24hrs your cuddly toys, wash and dry. Repeat every 6 weeks. Before drying remove
accessories such as clothes, collars or sound boxes and protect plastic eyes with masking tape, after drying them with a cloth.
The programme time will vary dependant on the exact make up of the load. The maximum load should not exceed 2.5 kg and no individual
item should be greater than 600 g
Heat & Enjoy
This programme helps to heat towels & bathrobes for a warm sensation after a bath or shower. It is also useful for warming clothes
before dressing during winter. The cycle heats clothes to 37°C (Body Temperature) the display shows HEATING
and runs at
this temperature for a maximum of 4 hours or until you stop the cycle by opening the door when the display shows. READY
Maximum load 3 kg. Note: The Start/Pause button is disabled during this programme.
Refresh
! Airing is not a drying programme and should not be used for wet articles of clothing.
x It can be used on any load size, but is more effective on smaller loads.
x Do not overload your dryer (see Laundry)
20-minute programme that airs: your clothes with cool air. Use also to cool warm clothes
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NEW CYCLES & OPTIONS
ANTI ALLERGY
Cycle Heat Pump Models
The Machines dries the load until cupboard Dry Level is obtained then there is a 50 minute timed
phase during which the compressor is on for 15 minutes and Off for 5 minutes.
Note: For this Cycle to work correctly the Filter must be cleaned before starting the cycle.
Heat & Enjoy - Models with EVO 2 Electronics
This programme helps to heat towels and bathrobes for a warm sensation after a bath or shower. It
is also useful for warming clothes before dressing during winter. The cycle heats clothes to 37°C
(Body Temperature) and runs at this temperature until you stop the cycle.
The user stops the cycle by opening the door or cancelling the cycle.
Maximum load = 3 Kg.
The Heat & Enjoy cycle is a very short programme where after a short period the user then stops the
cycle.
The cycle temperature is controlled at 37°C and does not have an end time.
The cycle would time out after 240 minutes if the user does not stop the cycle.
Note: During the Heat & Enjoy Programme the Start/Pause light flashes Amber, the High Heat
Indicator is on and the display shows:
Top Line - "AIRING"
Second Line Scrolls - "END OF CYCLE, POST CARE PHASE"
To start the Heat & Enjoy Programme press the Refresh Programme button
the High Heat option.
and then select
Heat & Enjoy - Models with Arcadia Electronics
This programme helps to heat towels & bathrobes for a warm sensation after a bath or shower.
It is also useful for warming clothes before dressing during winter.
The cycle heats clothes to 37°C (Body Temperature) the display shows HEATING and runs at this
temperature for a maximum of 4 hours or until you stop the cycle by opening the door when the
display shows READY.
Maximum load = 3 Kg.
Note: The Start/Pause button is disabled during this programme.
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CONTROL BOARD PROGRAMMING for Modules
NOTE: This board does NOT have a physically replaceable EEProm.
Programming a Main Board
There are a number of ways the board can be programmed - some of which are not applicable to
certain markets.
Types of programming:
1. Handheld Terminal (Not UK)
2. Emit / Memwriter (UK Indesit Service Engineers)
3. Smart Reader & Smart Card (certain areas of UK market) see photo below and following page.
Smart Card
this card holds
the program file
and can ONLY
be used ONCE.
Smart
Card
Reader
After the module
has been programmed
the card is automatically
erased.
PROGRAMMING (Using EMIT)
This machine can be programmed via the Emit PC, using a USB lead (Part No. C00289046),
Hardware key (Part No. C00289048) and the Memwriter software.
USB Hardware Key and USB Cable
Part No. C00289046
Part No. C00289048
A = USB connector
B = not used
A
A
B
Connector pins are NOT replaceable
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PROGRAMMING (Using Smartcard Reader / Card)
If the Main Module has been replaced during a repair the board will require programming using the
following method.
1. Do NOT connect the dryer to electrical supply at
Smart Card Reader
this point.
and Smart Card in use
2.
Insert the pre-programmed card into the Card
reader. Care must be taken at this point to ensure
the card is inserted correctly with the Chip on the
card facing the PCB of the Reader.
3.
Insert the Reader & Card into module connection
port located at the front of the dryer - see photo.
4.
Connect the dryer to the Electrical supply;
The LED's on the Smart Card Reader will light in the
following sequence:
a)
b)
c)
Red OFF: Good Communication between Smart
Card Reader & Card.
Red OFF; Green Blinking: Download taking place.
At end of download from Smart Card to Module,
Green ON ---> Download OK.
or
d) At end of download from Smart Card to Module,
Red ON ---> Download NOT OK.
5.
Programming Complete, disconnect the machine
from Electrical supply.
6.
Remove the Smart Card Reader.
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FAULT CODES
Example of a Fault Code
In the event of a fault being detected by the
electronics, a code will appear in the LCD
display. The example shown is F:09, where
the options indicators flash Orange and the
Start/Pause button flashes Yellow.
These codes are listed in the following table.
Please Note:
All 5 options button light and the Start/Pause
light will flash when a Fault Code (Fxx) is displayed.
•
Components with a low resistance to
Earth may cause erroneous faults or
loss of the display.
•
Always check relevant wiring and
connector blocks security before considering replacing the modules.
FAULT CODES QUICK GUIDE for Heat Pump Models fitted with EVO2 electronics
NOTE: This information ONLY a guide to possible solutions.
Other components (not mentioned here) or the way the product is used could also cause fault
codes to be displayed.
Filters and Vent Hoses should always be checked for blockage.
Code
Fault
Check for Corrective Action
F01
Motor runs
continually
Check module connection J3 for sign of shorting.
Replace Module.
F02
No Drum Motor Action
Check security of module connection J3.
Check motor for open circuit.
F03
Front NTC open or
short circuit
Check security of module connection J12.
Check Resistance of NTC (see page 17 for reading).
F04
No pump
Check security of module connector J5.
Check float operation & switch.
Check pump / wiring for open circuit
F05
Pump continually
running
Check security of wiring module J5.
Module fault - Replace module.
F06
Not used
F07
Not used
F08
Compressor fault
Check security of module connection J11 & J4.
Check wiring to compressor via capacitor.
Check compressor for open circuit.
Relay fault on module - replace module.
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Code
Fault
Check for Corrective Action
F09
Error with set up file
Check connection between interface and control module J9
Check programme file and re - load as required.
EEPROM fault on module - Replace module.
F10
Not used
F11
Same as F04
F12
No connection between
interface & control
module
Check connection between interface and control module J9.
Check wires to interface connections.
Replace module, interface or wiring.
F13
System Pipework NTC
Check wiring to NTC.
Check wiring connection at control module J12.
Check resistance of NTC (see page 17 for resistance reading)
Replace NTC.
F14
Fan running continually
Check System pipework NTC as in F13.
If NTC OK replace control module.
F15
Fan not running
Check continuity of Fan.
Check Fan is free to rotate.
Check System pipework NTC as in F13.
If NTC OK replace control module.
Repair Notes and Diagnostics
Operation of the Float Switch:
The compressor will turn off after approximately 1 minute, and the machine will continue, with cool
air only for a further 10 minutes, before the warning H20 is displayed, the Start/Pause button flashes
orange and the empty water container icon flashes.
For Arcadia models refer to next page.
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FAULT CODES QUICK GUIDE for Heat Pump Models fitted with ARCADIA electronics
NOTE: This information ONLY a guide to possible solutions.
Other components (not mentioned here) or the way the product is used could also cause fault
codes to be displayed.
Filters and Vent Hoses should always be checked for blockage.
Code
Fault
Check for Corrective Action
Motor Circuit Fault
Check Motor and Motor Wiring and Connections, including relevant
module edge connector.
Check Door Switch and wiring and Connections.
Check Compressor and wiring and connections
Motor Fault Open or Short circuit
Check Motor and Motor Wiring and Connections, including relevant
module edge connector.
Front NTC
Check Front NTC and attached wiring and module connections
including relevant module connections.
F04
Not used
----
F05
Not used
----
F06
Heat Pump Refrigerant
NTC open or short circuit
Check NTC, attached to the refrigerant circuit, Check attached wiring
and module connections including relevant module connections
F07
Compressor Open or Short Circuit
Test the Compressor, Capacitor, and attached wiring and connections
including the relevant edge connector.
F08
Not used
----
F09
File Setting Corrupted
Rewrite settings file using EMIT, Smartcard or PDA.
F12
Communication Error
Check the wiring harness between the Display and Power Modules.
Air Duct NTC
Overheating
Check the NTC and attached Circuit and Connections.
Check the Machines Filter is Clean.
Check the machines air flow for blockages.
Check the machines Plinth and air vents are not obstructed or blocked.
Check the Front Filter (behind the Plinth) is clean and the housing is not
blocked with fluff.
F14
Not used
----
F15
Cool NTC Overheating
(Refrigerant Circuit)
Check NTC, attached to the refrigerant circuit, Check attached wiring
and module connections including relevant module connections
F01
F02
F03
F13
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SERVICING NOTES
1. No Motor Action
When diagnosing the cause of no motor action, it should be remembered that one of the door
switches is in the motor supply and its operation and wiring should also be checked.
2. Suspect System Fault
If a system fault is suspected follow these Steps to confirm the System is the problem.
Set the machine to an Auto Cycle, these checks assume the machine has not been recently used
and does not contain any clothes.
Remember - if the machine is stopped for any reason, the compressor will not re-start for 5 minutes.
1. Are both the air duct and the heat exchange filters clean?
2. With the heat exchanger filter removed, are the evaporator fins clogged or have signs of fluff.
(If the machine is used with the heat exchange filter not in place, or the filter is not regularly
cleaned, the evaporator air flow path will become blocked and the clothes will not dry).
- Is the compressor running?
3. If the compressor is not running, check the following:
- The Compressor capacitor and wiring.
- Check the module connectors and wiring.
- Check the compressor cut out.
4. With a thermometer sensor positioned under the
rear fan/air duct cover (within the airflow), (care
must be taken not to foul the sensor against the
drum or the motor rear fan), operate the dryer to
check there is a temperature rise within 10 minutes.
(Temperature values shown in these photographs
indicate a few degrees rise after a few minutes
testing.)
5. Does the front fan turn on after about 20 minutes of
Step 1
operation?
Position the sensor
Note: The front fan only comes on intermittently
in the airflow zone
during the early stages of the cycle.
shown
Take care not to damage
the sensor cable
Step 2
Refit the Cover
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3. To Check Continuity of Conductivity Sensor & Lead
1. Confirm that the dryer is disconnected from the
electricity supply.
2. Remove the Right Hand Side Panel - see
Dismantling Instructions.
3. Remove the Black (single) wire on module
connection J11
4. Test between the removed Black wire and the
metal conductivity sensor inside the drum.
The sensor is part of the air duct moulding
inside the drum cavity, beneath the filter - see
illustration >>.
5. The resistance should be less than 1.0 ohm.
Conductivity
Sensing Strip
Bearing Pads
IMPORTANT NOTE: REFRIGERATION SYSTEM REPAIRS
SYSTEM REPAIRS MUST NOT BE ATTEMPTED BY
INDESIT ENGINEERS or ANY PERSON WHO IS NOT
IN POSSESSION OF A VALID R134a REFRIGERANT
HANDLING CERTIFICATE.
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WIRING DIAGRAM - Models with EVO2 Electronics
FLOAT
SWITCH
USER
INTERFACE
PCB
COMPRESSOR
CAPACITOR
FAN
C
17uF S
PUMP
1
2
F
PB
R
= LOCKING RECEPTACLE
= INSULATOR
M = MALE TAB
PB = PIGGY BACK
F = FLAG RECEPTACLE
5
4
MAIN MODULE
J9
2
black
black
yellow
3
1
FRONT THERMISTOR
GREY
J4
J1
J12
1
RED
2
BLACK
J10
NTC
4
3
2
1
J11
4.8
1
2
1
BLACK
2
RED
3
WHITE
GREEN/YELLOW
BLUE
BROWN
WHITE
WHITE
J3
DOOR
SWITCH
MAINS CONNECTION
WITH SUPPRESSION
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L
N
E
NTC
GREY
CAPAC
-ITOR BLACK
PB
PB RED
WHITE
DOOR
SWITCH (2)
BLACK
SENSING
STRIP
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THERMISTOR
red
yellow
blue
RED
RED
Yellow
Yellow
BLUE
BLUE
BLUE
BLUE
BLUE
M
PB
M
DRUM
ASSY
MOTOR WITH
PROTECTOR
Arcadia Module
J1
Condenser Dryer with Heat Pump
& Capacitor Run Motor with a
Black
3 Way Connector plug
Drg. Ref: 5407801.pdf
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J2
5
4
3
2
1
4,8
Blue
1
2
3
4
5
A
J3
J6
L
M
J4
J5
E
5
4
3
2
1
N
B
J8
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J9
m
f
J10
L
C
Legend:
J17
1
2
1 2
red
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 J11
D
red
red
red
red
S
red
m
PB
red
K
J13
red
red
PB = Piggy Back Connector | m = Male | f = Female
Blue (Brown) = Alternative wiring colour
Brown
Brown
black
brown
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Float Switch
Refrigerant NTC Thermistor
Front NTC Thermistor
Door Switch
Motor with internal protector
Motor Capacitor
Drain Pump
Cooling Fan
Compressor and Overload
Compressor Capacitor
Drum / Drum Sensing Strip
Mains terminal Block / Suppressor
J14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
** 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
J16
black
Blue (Brown)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
3 4 5
H
I
PS
f
J
3
C
PB
white
R
J14
**
PCB numbering
Connector numbering
IP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
7 6 5 4 3 2 1
2
black
1
red
F
G
E
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- Manufactured up to July 2013
Arcadia Module
Condenser Dryer with Heat Pump
& Capacitor Run Motor with
Black
individual wires
Drg. Ref: 5407800.pdf
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J1
J2
Blue
5
4
3
2
1
4,8
1
2
3
4
5
A
J3
J6
L
J4
J5
E
B
5
4
3
2
1
N
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J9
J10
L
M
C
J17
1
2
1 2
red
Blue (Brown)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
7 6 5 4 3 2 1
J13
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 J11
D
red
red
Brown
J14
**
black
PB = Piggy Back Connector | m = Male | f = Female
Blue (Brown) = Alternative wiring colour
Brown
black
blue
Display Module
Float Switch
Refrigerant NTC Thermistor
Front NTC Thermistor
Door Switch
Motor with internal protector
Motor Capacitor
Drain Pump
Cooling Fan
Compressor and Overload
Compressor Capacitor
Drum / Drum Sensing Strip
Mains terminal Block / Suppressor
J16
brown
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
3 4 5
black
Legend:
H
K
m
PB
S
E
blue
I
PS
G
f
J
C
PB
white
R
PB
PB
black
red
J14
**
PCB numbering
Connector numbering
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
7 6 5 4 3 2 1
IP
F
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- Manufactured from July 2013
Arcadia Module
J1
Condenser Dryer with Heat Pump
& BPM Motor
J2
4,8
Drg. Ref: 5407802.pdf
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Blue
5
4
3
2
1
Black
1
2
3
4
5
J3
J6
K
J4
4
3
2
1
L
J5
E
5
4
3
2
1
N
B
J8
J9
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J10
L
C
J17
3 4 5
Red
m
PB
S
I
PCB numbering
Connector numbering
PS
G
E
F
R
J14
**
D
f
C
PB
H
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 J11
Red
J
J13
J14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
** 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Red
Brown
Black
Red
Brown
J16
Red
PB = Piggy Back Connector | m = Male | f = Female
Blue (Brown) = Alternative wiring colour
1 2
brown
Display Module
Float Switch
Refrigerant NTC Thermistor
Front NTC Thermistor
Door Switch
BPM Motor
Drain Pump
Cooling Fan
Compressor and Overload
Compressor Capacitor
Drum / Drum Sensing Strip
Mains terminal Block / Suppressor
2
Red
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
1
Blue (Brown)
Black
Legend:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Red x 4
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DISMANTLING INSTRUCTIONS **
SAFETY NOTES
1.
ENSURE THAT THE MACHINE IS UNPLUGGED BEFORE DISMANTLING.
2.
BEWARE OF SHARP EDGES ON METAL PANELS AND PRESSED PARTS.
SAFETY GLOVES MUST BE WORN WHEN WORKING ON THIS APPLIANCE.
3.
If during any repair operation, the dryer is laid on its side or tipped, the compressor
should not be started for 6 hours. To confirm component operation, select "Easy Iron
Cycle". This will run the majority of the components without starting the compressor.
**This section lists Heat Pump specific parts ONLY. For Dismantling Instructions regarding
all other parts refer to the FUTURA Condenser Service Manual 5407730 / SM003644 /
C00295375.
A. Belt
1. Remove side panels as in.
2. Remove the drum assembly ** (points 1 to 7).
3. Ease Rear panel back to clear the drum Shaft
and slide the belt over the drum.
4. To fit the belt over the motor shaft, use the
relevant belt fitting tool - Part No. C00279766
(see photo).
Using the tool pull the motor away from the
centre of the machine to line up the motor fixing
holes with the 4 holes in the circulating impellor
Fitting Tool
housing, while holding the motor in position with
the tool, refit the motor fixing screws.
B.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Motor (standard type)
Remove drum assembly.
Remove back panel.
Remove front panel and air duct assembly complete.
Remove rear airflow fan.
Remove 4 screws securing motor to heat exchanger
surround.
6. Release capacitor securing screws and remove
capacitors.
7. Unplug thermistor wiring, and remove pump wiring
from heat exchange cover.
8. Remove 10 screws securing the heat exchange cover
and remove cover.
Wire exit point
Please note:- On reassembly ensure correct
orientation of motor (note the wire exit point) and do
not replace fixing screws until belt has been refitted as per belt refitting section.
Ensure that heat exchange cover is located properly before replacing its securing screws.
C.
1.
2.
3.
Pipe Thermistor
Remove the drum assembly.
Disconnect the electrical plug to the thermistor.
Remove the thermistor from its housing, noting location and fitting.
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D.
1.
2.
3.
Front Cooling Fan
Remove the drum assembly.
Remove the 2 screws securing fan housing.
Disconnect the wiring and slide the fan from its housing.
E.
1.
2.
3.
Motor & Compressor Capacitors
Remove the right hand side panel.
Remove the fixing securing screw.
Lift the capacitor clear.
Motor
Capacitor
Compressor
Capacitor
F.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fixing Screws
Rear Air Flow Fan
Remove plastic bearing cover complete with insulation.
Remove fan cover.
Using suitable protection (wearing safety gloves) hold the fan and remove 3 fixing bolts.
Remove fan.
G. Complete Base Assembly
(including Evaporator, Condenser, Compressor and Associated Pipe Work)
1) Follow the procedure for motor removal, steps 1-7.
2) Taking note of the wiring and connector block orientation disconnect the motor, capacitors, cooling
fan, pipe work thermistor and compressor.
3) Remove all cables ties.
4) Remove the base assembly complete.
5) Replace in reverse order. Taking care to route and secure the wiring correctly and replacing all cable
ties.
NOTE:
a) The customer MUST BE ADVISED NOT to use the dryer for at least 6 hours.
This is to allow any oil, disturbed during the fitting procedure to return to the compressor.
b) To confirm component operation, select "Easy Iron Cycle".
This will run the majority of the components without starting the compressor.
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