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DISHWASHER

WD-6C

(translation of the original documentation)

Installation and operationmanual

S/N: Valid from: 01. 10. 2010 Rev.: 2.0

WD-6C Rev.

1. General instructions ........................................................................ 1

1.1 Symbols used

in this manual ................................................................................ 1

1.2 Symbols on the dishwasher ................................................................................... 2

1.2.1 Machine marking ............................................................................................ 2

1.3 Checking agr eement between the appliance and the manual .......................... 2

2. Safety instructions ........................................................................... 3

2.1 Gen eral .................................................................................................................. 3

2.2 Transport ............................................................................................................... 3

2.3 Installation .............................................................................................................. 3

2.4 Detergent and rinsing agent .................................................................................. 4

2.5 Operation ............................................................................................................... 4

2.5.1 Hot water ........................................................................................................ 4

2.6 Cleaning the machine ............................................................................................ 4

2.6.1 Cleaning with high-pressure washing ............................................................. 4

2.6.2 Outside the machine ...................................................................................... 4

2.7 Cleaning the floor ................................................................................................... 5

2.8 Safety instructions in case of malfunction .............................................................. 5

2.9 Rec ycling the machine ..................................................................................... 5

3. Installation ........................................................................................ 6

3.1 Gener

al information ............................................................................................... 6

3.2 Requirements for the installation site ..................................................................... 6

3.2.1 Lighting ........................................................................................................... 6

3.2.2 Ventilation ....................................................................................................... 6

3.2.3 Drains ............................................................................................................. 6

3.2.4 Service space ................................................................................................. 6

3.3 Transport and storage ........................................................................................... 7

3.3.1 Unpacking ...................................................................................................... 7

3.3.2 Recycling the packaging ................................................................................ 7

3.4 Installation .............................................................................................................. 8

3.4.1 Position of the machine .................................................................................. 8

3.4.2 Installing auxiliary equipment ......................................................................... 8

3.4.3 Connections ................................................................................................. 11

3.4.4 Anti-siphoning device (extra equipment) ...................................................... 12

3.4.5 Steam hood with extractor (extra equipment) .............................................. 13

3.4.6 Electricity connection .................................................................................... 14

3.4.7 Water connection ......................................................................................... 14

3.4.8 Drain connection .......................................................................................... 14

3.4.9 Detergent and drying agent connection ....................................................... 14

3.5 Trial run ................................................................................................................ 15

3.5.1 Start-up schedule ......................................................................................... 15

3.6 Technical

documentation ................................................................................ 17

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4. Instructions for use ........................................................................ 18

4.1 Preparations ................................................................................................... 18

4.1.1 The construction of the machine ............................................................. 18

4.1.2 Preparations before filling fyllning ........................................................... 19

4.1.3 Filling the machine .................................................................................. 19

4.2 Using the machine ......................................................................................... 20

4.2.1 Washing .................................................................................................. 20

4.2.2 Change water ......................................................................................... 21

4.3 After use - Cleaning ...................................................................................... 21

4.3.1 Emptying, internal machine machine rinse ............................................. 21

4.3.2 Weekly cleaning ...................................................................................... 22

4.3.3 Cleaning the outside of the machine ...................................................... 22

4.3.4 Incorrect cleaning methods ..................................................................... 23

4.3.5 Malfunctions ............................................................................................ 24

5. Technical information .................................................................... 26

WD-6C Rev. 2.0

General instructions

1. General instructions

Read the instructions in this manual carefully as they contain important information regarding correct, effective and safe installation, use and service of the dishwasher.

Keep this manual in a safe place for eventual use by other operators of the dishwasher.

1.1 Symbols used in this manual

This symbol warns of situations where a safety risk may arise. Given instructions should be followed in order to prevent injury.

This symbol on a machine part warns of electrical equipment.

This symbol explains the right way to perform a task in order to prevent poor results, damage to the dishwasher or hazardous situations.

This symbol gives recommendations and hints that help to get the best performance from the machine.

This symbol explains the importance of careful and regular cleaning of the machine to meet hygiene requirements.

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1.2 Symbols on the dishwasher

Rev. 2.0

This symbol on a machine part warns of electrical equipment. The part may only be removed by a qualified electrician or trained personnel.

1.2.1 Machine marking

The machine has two rating plates, one of which is placed at the bottom of one side of the machine and the other in the electrical cabinet. The technical information on the plates is also included on the machine’s wiring diagram. The various rating fields show:

Wexiödisk AB

Type

1

No

2 3 IP 4

5

V 6 7

Hz

8

A

M

9 kW 10 kW

11 kW

Mårdvägen 4, S-352 45 VÄXJÖ SWEDEN marks_07

5.

6.

7.

8.

1.

2.

3.

4.

Machine type

Machine number

Year of manufacture

Enclosure class

Voltage

Number of phases with or without zero

Frequency

Main fuse

9.

Motor output

10.

Electrical heating output

11.

Max. output

1.3 Checking agreement between the appliance and the manual

Check the type description on the rating plate agrees with the type description on the front of the manual. If manuals are missing, it is possible to order new ones from the manufacturer or the local representative. When ordering new manuals, it is important to quote the machine number found on the rating plates.

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Safety instructions

2. Safety instructions

2.1 General

The machine is CE marked, which means that the machine complies with the requirements of the EU machinery directive with regards to product safety. Product safety means the machine has a design which prevents personal injury or damage to property.

Modification to the equipment without the approval of the manufacturer invalidates the manufacturer’s product liability.

To further improve safety during installation, operation and service, the operator and personnel responsible for installation and servicing of the machine should read through the safety instructions carefully.

Switch off the appliance immediately in the event of failure or malfunction. Only trained technicians may service the machine. Regular checks, as mentioned in the manual, should be carried out as per the instructions. The machine should be serviced by a person authorised to do so by the manufacturer. Use original spare parts. Contact an authorised service company to draw up a programme for preventative care. Dangerous situations may arise if the above is not followed.

Before using the machine, ensure that personnel are given the requisite training in handling and care of the machine.

2.2 Transport

Handle the machine with care during unloading and transport to avoid tipping.

Never lift or move the machine without the wooden packaging supporting the stand.

2.3 Installation

The electrical cabinet may only be opened by a qualified electrician or trained personnel.

Connection of water and steam pipes must only be carried out by authorised personnel.

Connection of water pipes must be carried out in a manner that complies with the regulations of the local water supply authority. Check the tightness of the water and steam connections before operating the machine.

Make sure that the mains voltage is the same as that indicated on the machine’s rating plate. The machine should be connected to a lockable main switch.

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2.4 Detergent and rinsing agent

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2.5 Operation

Only detergent and drying agent intended for industrial dishwashing machines are to be used. Ordinary washing-up liquid must not be used in the machine or for soaking. Contact your detergent supplier regarding the selection of a suitable detergent.

Be aware of the risk of handling washing and drying agents. Protective gloves and goggles should be used when handling machine dishwashing detergent. Read the warning text on the detergent and drying agent containers as well as the regulations of the detergent supplier.

2.5.1 Hot water

The temperature of the washing and rinsing water is 60°C and 85°C. If the machine has a manual hood lift, do not open the hood until the washing and rinsing phase is finished.

2.6 Cleaning the machine

The temperature of the water in the tank is approx. 60°C and contains detergent.

Be careful when emptying and cleaning the machine. Use protective gloves.

2.6.1 Cleaning with high-pressure washing

High-pressure washing must not be used for washing the machine.

In order to satisfy current requirements, electrical components of approved enclosure classes are used. There is no enclosure class capable of withstanding high pressure.

2.6.2 Outside the machine

Pressure washers and hoses must not be used to wash the outside of the machine. Water can penetrate into the electrical cabinet and the control panel and damage the equipment, which may affect the safety of the machine.

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2.7 Cleaning the floor

When cleaning floors using high-pressure equipment, water can splash up under the machine and damage the components. These have not been designed to withstand rinsing with water. Never use high pressure washes on the floor less than 1 metre from the dishwasher without using the special protective covers available to prevent splashes. Problems with splashing can also occur when using ordinary water hoses.

2.8 Safety instructions in case of malfunction

Switch off the power before removing the front panel. Avoid contact with hot pipes and booster heaters.

Check the following:

• Has the appliance been used according to the instructions?

Are all removable parts present?

Is the main switch in the ON position?

Are the fuses in the electrical cabinet complete? Ask service personnel to check the fuses.

If nothing else helps, ask the authorised service personnel to check the machine.

2.9 Recycling the machine

Recycling of the appliance when its economical lifetime has been reached must be carried out in accordance with current rules and regulations. Contact professional personnel specialising in recycling.

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3. Installation

3.1 General information

The machine must be installed by authorised personnel only.

Read these instructions carefully. They contain important information which will help to ensure that the machine is installed correctly.

The instructions should be used in combination with the wiring diagram and flow diagram for the machine.

The machine is CE marked. The CE mark applies only to the machine in its original form. If the machine is damaged as a result of the instructions not being followed, the supplier's warranty and product liability is invalidated.

3.2 Requirements for the installation site

3.2.1 Lighting

The installation site must have good general lighting to create the best possible working conditions for installation, operation, service and maintenance.

3.2.2 Ventilation

The machine produces heat and steam when in operation. To ensure a good working environment, the room must have a specific air exchange rate. The ventilation requirements for the machine are 600m³/h. In addition, the ventilation in the room must meet current standards.

3.2.3 Drains

There must be a floor drain for the waste water from the machine. The floor drain capacity can be found in the TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.

3.2.4 Service space

A 1-metre free space should be allowed in front of the machine for service purposes.

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3.3 Transport and storage

Always transport the machine upright.

Take care during transport as there is a risk of the machine tipping over.

NOTE: The machine must not be transported without a pallet or other support.

Otherwise the machine may be damaged. When transporting the machine without a standard wooden pallet, always make sure that none of the components of the machine can be damaged.

A

WD9_08

A=Wooden pallet

If the machine is not being installed straight away, it must be stored in a dry, frostfree area.

3.3.1 Unpacking

Remove the packaging. Inspect the machine for any transport damage.

Check against the delivery note that all the components have been delivered.

3.3.2 Recycling the packaging

The packaging must be destroyed or recycled in accordance with local regulations.

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3.4 Installation

Check that the overheating protection on the booster heater is set to zero.

3.4.1 Position of the machine

Put the machine in position and check that it is horizontal using a spirit level. Place the spirit level on the join between the machine tank and the hood. Once the machine has been filled with water, check that it is level.

If the machine is to be corner-loaded, it must be positioned with the control panel furthest away from the wall.

Adjust the height using the machine's legs. The machine even can be furnished with extensions leg (35mm).

3.4.2 Installing auxiliary equipment

Once the machine is in place and has been adjusted horizontally and vertically, the auxiliary equipment can be fitted.

The machine can be positioned so that it can be straight-loaded or corner-loaded.

NOTE: When connecting sinks and conveyors, no holes must be drilled on the front of the machine.

The connection profile must look like the one shown in the drawing. The distance of 6 mm may be reduced, but must not be less than 3 mm.

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Connection to the left- or right-hand side of the machine

Rev. 2.0

3

2

1

300730_C_R2b

A - A

1.

2.

3.

Water connection

Electrical connection

Floor drain

Attach the sink connection to the machine and then adjust.

Drill two ø 4.5 mm holes through the sink connection and the machine, approx. 100 mm from each outer edge.

Countersink the holes.

Seal with silicone between the connection and the machine.

Secure the sink with countersunk M4 screws, grommets on the outside surface and nuts. Alternatively, you can secure the sink to the wall with wall brackets.

Use a spirit level to check that the sinks are horizontal and adjust the height, if necessary.

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Connection to the front of the machine

NOTE: When connecting sinks and conveyors, no holes must be drilled on the front of the machine.

If the machine is to be corner-loaded, there must be at least 300 mm of free space in front of the machine to allow the electrical cabinet and the door of the storage cabinet for detergent and drying agent (extra equipment) to be opened.

The legs on the sink connected to the front of the machine must be at least 300 mm away from the machine to allow the machine to be accessed for servicing.

2

1

3

4

300730_C_R2c

1.

2.

3.

4.

Water connection

Electrical connection

Floor drain

Legs

Attach the sink connection to the machine and then adjust.

Seal with silicone between the connection and the machine.

Secure the sink to the wall with wall brackets.

Use a spirit level to check that the sinks are horizontal and adjust the height, if necessary.

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3.4.3 Connections

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3

1

4

2

5

1

3 3

5

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Power connection

Water connection

Drain connection

Plugged hole for a detergent hose

Water outlet for detergent dosing

1

2

5

2

301860_C_r2

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3.4.4 Anti-siphoning device (extra equipment)

Rev. 2.0

B

A

301750_2

The pipe is connected to the machine's water connection (A).

The pipe (B) must be cut to the correct length during the installation.

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3.4.5 Steam hood with extractor (extra equipment)

4

3

2

Rev. 2.0

1

45089

Steam hood with extractor

1.

2.

3.

4.

Existing screws

Steam hood

Bracket

Connection for ventilation ø 160 mm

Undo the existing M4 screws at (1).

Replace the existing screws and washers with the longer M4 screws and the larger washers provided. The steam hood (2) is fastened to (1) using these screws.

Screw one bracket (3) firmly to the wall behind the machine. The other bracket must be put in the corresponding position on the back of the steam hood. Two holes 7 mm in diameter must be drilled through the plate.

Screw both the brackets (3) together with the screws, washers and nuts provided.

The ventilation duct is connected to (4).

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3.4.6 Electricity connection

This symbol on a component is a warning of electrical equipment. The component may only be removed by a qualified electrician. The machine is sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD), which is why a static electricity wristband must be used when handling the electronics.

Information about electrical connections can be found on the machine's wiring diagrams. These are located on the inside of the front panel. Store the diagrams in the electrical cabinet after installation.

The machine must be connected to a lockable mains switch. This should be placed on a wall, well-protected from water and from the steam which escapes when the hood is opened.

The machine is supplied with the electrical cable connected (1).

3.4.7 Water connection

The water pipe is connected to (2). If the machine is connected to a hose, the internal diameter of the hose must be at least 12 mm.

The required water flow and pressure can be found in the TECHNICAL SPECIFI-

CATIONS.

There must be a stopcock on the incoming water pipe.

3.4.8 Drain connection

The waste water system connected to (3) should consist of a 50 mm metal pipe that will withstand mechanical impacts. The drain must run to a floor drain, where its opening must be above the water level. The capacity of the floor drain must be

3 litres/second.

3.4.9 Detergent and drying agent connection

Inlets for hoses is on the back of the machine.

The drying equipment is supplied with the machine. Connect the suction hose for the drying agent injector to the drying agent container.

The equipment for liquid detergent is an optional extra. If the machine is supplied with detergent equipment, connect the suction hose from the detergent pump to the detergent container.

The method for installing detergent and drying agent injector is described in the

ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS.

For electrical connection, see electrical diagram.

The machine can also be equipped with detergent and drying agent equipment via "external" connections. See the wiring diagram for correct connection.

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3.5 Trial run

Read the INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE before preparing the machine for the trial run. They contain a description of the actions to be taken to prepare the machine for operation.

3.5.1 Start-up schedule

This should be completed and signed by the customer on start-up.

Machine type:

Machine number:

Installation date:

Customer:

Postal address:

Telephone:

Contact person:

Dealer:

Telephone:

Contact person:

Installation company:

Telephone:

Contact person:

Service company:

Telephone:

Detergent supplier:

Telephone:

End user’s signature:

Name in block capitals:

Read the contents of the Installation and user manuals carefully. Then check off as follows:

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1. Check:

Water and drain connections

That the machine is evenly balanced

Detergent and drying agent

Filters and level pipe are in place

The overheating protection on the booster heater is set to zero.

2. Filling the machine:

Turn on the main switch and any circuit breakers

Close the hood

Fill the machine with water as per the INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

3. Start the machine:

Check the pump's direction of rotation NB! If the pump is rotation in wrong direction, the phase must be inverted on the lockable main switch.

Empty the machine and refill

Check the final rinse flow during filling Note: If the flow is correct, the machine will fill in 2 minutes and 15 seconds. The flow is regulated by the builtin ball valve

4. Check the setting of reference values:

The delay for the booster pump

Check the temperatures.

5. Run a number of washes with loads and check that:

• There are no water leaks

The hood breaker functions

The water temperatures are maintained

The washed items are clean

The washed items dry off Note: The equipment for detergent and drying agent is roughly set at the factory; contact your detergent supplier for a more precise setting.

6. Final check: Empty the machine and turn off the power using the main switch.

Re-tighten all connections on contactors and any circuit breakers

Set all circuit breakers to ON position

Put up the accompanying care instructions

7. Train dishwashing staff

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3.6 Technical documentation

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To ensure that the machine is operated and serviced correctly, it is important that the documentation supplied with the machine is made available to the personnel using it. The installation and user manual, which describes how to operate and maintain the machine, must be kept near the machine.

If a service manual is supplied with the machine, it must be handed over to the service engineer.

If a spare parts manual is supplied with the machine, it must be handed over to the service engineer.

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4. Instructions for use

All personnel using the machine should be trained in how the machine works by the person responsible for staff safety.

The dishwasher should not be used by anyone suffering from a physical or mental illness.

Children should be watched closely to ensure that they do not play with the machine.

4.1 Preparations

4.1.1 The construction of the machine

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5.

6.

7.

8.

1.

2.

3.

4.

Symbol for tank level.

Green pilot lamp. The lamp lights when the water reaches the correct level.

Thermometer for washing temperature.

Symbol for final rinse.

Thermometer for final rinse temperature.

Symbol for filling.

Symbol for wash mode.

Control knob. On/off and start wash programme.

9.

Tank strainer

10.

Level tube

11.

Pump strainer

12.

Rinse nozzle

13.

Wash nozzle

14.

Wash and rinse arm

4.1.2 Preparations before filling fyllning

Numbers in brackets refer to the diagram in the chapter "The machine's design".

Check:

• that the dishwasher and all the removable components are clean and that there is no dirt in the jets in the washing and rinsing arms (13, 14).

that the rubbel sleeve belonging to the level tube (10) is undamaged.

that the stopcock is open.

the amount of detergent and drying agent.

Washing up liquid must not be used in the machine or for soaking dishes. Washing up liquid will create foam and produce poor results.

4.1.3 Filling the machine

Numbers in brackets refer to the diagram in the chapter "The machine's design".

Turn the knob (8) to position (6). Close the hood. The machine will now automatically fill with water. The green pilot lamp (2) lights when the correct water level has been reached.

The booster heater begins heating the water immediately and continues until the water has reached the correct temperature (85°C). The water in the tank is subsequently heated as required. Only one heater element can be active at a time. The booster heater's element takes priority.

The heating time is dependent on the incoming water temperature. Before washing starts, check the thermometer (3) to ensure that the water temperature has reached 60°C.

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4.2 Using the machine

4.2.1 Washing

The dishware must not be soaked or pre-washed in washing up liquid.

Make sure that the dishes are in a position where they cannot move out of the wash basket during the wash and rinse phases.

1

3

4

1

2

5

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0

55-65°C

80-90°C

6

7

8

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Remove larger pieces of food by rinsing the items using a hand shower.

The water in the hand shower must not exceed 40°C. Place the items to be washed in the basket.

Open the hood and push the basket in.

When the knob (8) is in position (7), the washing cycle will start as soon as the hood is closed.

Do not open the hood until the programme has finished. If the hood is opened during the washing cycle, the cycle is interrupted, but it restarts from the same point when the hood is closed again.

When the machine has stopped, remove the washing basket and allow the washed items to dry.

Interval position, to be used for long breaks:

1.

2.

3.

4.

Open the hood.

Set the knob (8) to position 0.

Close the hood.

Set the knob (8) to position (7).

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4.2.2 Change water

For the best washing results, it is important to change water often. When the dishes are normally dirty, the dish water should be replaced after about 50 washes.

Always change the water if there are problems with foam in chemical tank.

Turn the knob (8) to position 0. Remove the tank filters (9) from the machine. Empty the water from the machine by removing the level pipe (10).

When the machine is empty, put loose components back in their places and restart the machine.

4.3 After use - Cleaning

HACCP is a preventive inspection system which ensures that hygiene requirements are met during the washing process and the cleaning of the machine. The machine is designed to meet strict hygiene requirements. From a hygiene point of view, regular and thorough cleaning is also important. A well-cleaned machine will produce good results and reduce the risk of dirt accumulating inside the machine.

4.3.1 Emptying, internal machine machine rinse

Turn the knob (8) to position 0. Remove the tank filters (9) from the machine. Empty the water from the machine by removing the level pipe (10).

Close the hood and turn the knob (8) to position (6). The internal rinsing process starts.

After around 25 seconds, turn the knob (8) to position 0. Open the hood and check that the washing and rinsing nozzles (12, 13) are clean. Check that no objects have lodged in the machine.

Clean the tank filters (9) and the level pipe (10).

Remove and clean the pump filter (11).

Store the cleaned parts in a washing basket. Ensure that the rubber seal

(10) on the level pipe does not become deformed, by allowing it to hang freely.

Leave the hood open until the machine is next used.

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4.3.2 Weekly cleaning

Weekly cleaning must be more thorough than daily cleaning.

In addition to the daily cleaning tasks, the following tasks must be carried out each week:

Remove the washing arms. Loosen the lock nut (B) in the centre of the washing arm and remove the washing arm. Check and clean the nozzles if necessary. Rinse the washing arms and refit them.

Clean the top of the splash strip (C). The strip is inside the top of the machine at the back.

A=Upper washing arm

B=Lock nut

C=Splash strip

4.3.3 Cleaning the outside of the machine

Wipe the outside of the machine with a soft, damp cloth.

If detergent is used, it must not contain abrasive substances. Detergents containing abrasive substances will damage the stainless steel panels.

The outside of the machine must not be hosed down. Water could get in to the machine and damage the control panel and electrical equipment.

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4.3.4 Incorrect cleaning methods

NOTE: Using the wrong cleaning methods can result in damage to the machine.

Please note the following points:

Do NOT use steel wool as it will cause rust to form on the machine.

Pressure washers can damage the machine and must NOT be used for cleaning. Never use a pressure washer to clean the floor within an area of

1 metre from the machine without a special protective case to prevent water splashing. If a pressure washer is used to clean the machine, the supplier will not be liable for any faults which occur and the warranty will be invalidated.

There is a risk of splashing even if the floor is only hosed down with a normal hose.

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4.3.5 Malfunctions

Troubleshooting

The following faults can be dealt with by the operator. If the problems remains, call the service.

PROBLEM CAUSE ACTION

The machine does not start.

The machine does not fill with water.

The circuit breaker is switched off.

The stopcock is closed.

Automatsäkring har löst ut.

The hood is open.

The level tube is not in place.

The level tubes rubber sleeve does not form seal with button plate.

The jets in the rinsing pipe are blocked.

Dirt in the rinsing pipe´s jets.

The machine fills slowly.

The filling process does not stop.

The level tube is not in place.

Machine will not start washing.

The level tubes rubber sleeve does not form seal with button plate.

The hood is open.

Dishes are blocking the magnet on the hood/door.

Noise from wash pump.

The machine stops during the washing phase and starts to take in water.

The machine does not clean the dishware properly.

Dishes upset in the baskets.

The dishware does not dry.

Switch on the circuit breaker.

Open the stopcock.

Återställ automatsäkringen.

Close the hood.

Fit the level tube.

Check that the level tube is closed.

Change damaged rubber sleeve.

Clean the rinsing jets.

Clean the rinsing jets.

Fit the level tube.

Check that the level tube is closed.

Change damaged rubber sleeve.

Close the hood.

Remove the dishes.

Low water level. Foam in tank.

The rubber sleeve on the overflow pipe is not sealed against the base plate.

Check level. Change water.

Rectify the problem with the overflow pipe. Check that the rubber sleeve is not damaged.

Check and clean the jets.

The rinsing and washing jets are clogged with dirt.

Too little detergent.

The water in the washing tank is too dirty.

Build up of foam in the washing tank.

Check that the washing temperature is not too low and that the correct type of detergent is being used.

Dirt has dried on items.

Soak items before washing.

The dishware is wrongly positioned in the basket.

Use the right type of washing basket and accessories to ensure that the dishware is correctly positioned.

Repositions items.

Items incorrectly positioned in baskets.

Light items need washing.

Rinse nozzles clogged.

The dishware has been left in the machine.

Too little drying agent.

Check the quantity of detergent. The hose must be submerged in the liquid and the filter in the hose must be clean.

Change the water.

Use a ned grid to hold utensils.

Check and clean nozzles.

Remove the dishware when the rinsing phase is finished.

Check the quantity of drying agent.

The hose must be submerged in the liquid and the filter in the hose must be clean.

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If you need to contact service personnel, be prepared to provide the following information about the machine: machine type and model machine number and date on which the machine was installed a short description of the fault/problem what happened/was being done directly before the fault occurred

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5. Technical information

We reserve the right to change technical data.

TECHNICAL DATA

Wash pump (kW)

Booster heater (kW)

Tank heat (kW)

Tank volume (l)

Machine in operation (kg)

IP-class (IP)

* Machine with insulated hood.

CAPACITY AND OPERATING DATA

Total washtime with rinsetime (min)

Max. capacity, (baskets/h)

Water consumption rinse/program (litres)

Sound level * (dB (A))

* Measured 1 metre from the side of the machine.

** Machine with insulated hood.

CONNECTION, MACHINE

Total connected power (kW)

Main fuse 400V 3N~ (A) *

Max. connection area 400V 3N~ (L1-L3, N, PE) Cu (mm²) **

0,9

9

1,8

50

150 / 160*

45

1,5

35

4

64 / 61 **

9,9

16

2,5

* Other connection voltages on request.

** Supplied with 2 metre-long cable.

WATER, DRAIN AND VENTILATION CONNECTIONS

Recommended quality of water (hardness) (hårdhet) (°dH)

Water connection 55-70°C, external thread

Drain connection (mm)

Water capacity, pressure (kPa)

Water capacityt, flow (l/min)

Floor drain, capacity (l/sec)

Ventilation of machine (m³/h)

2-7

ø 50

180

18

3

600

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Rev. 2.0

WD-6C

Technical information

SIZE AND WEIGHT FOR TRANSPORT

Size *, LxWxH (mm)

Weight * (kg)

* Including packaging.

** Machine with insulated hood.

Rev. 2.0

765x710x1560

105 / 115 **

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