Manual, ETS-1500,draft, ALL PAGES

Manual, ETS-1500,draft, ALL PAGES
Drying Cabinet
Installation and Operating Manual
Model:ETS-1500
CONTENTS
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ABOUT THE USER MANUAL
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IDENTIFICATION DATA PLATE
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
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TROUBLE SHOOTING AND SERVICE
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TECHNICAL DATA
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ABOUT THE OPERATING MANUAL
This manual describes the cabinets functions and
operation and includes instructions for installation
and maintenance.
PEKO Equipment Limited reserve the right to make
improvements and/or changes to the cabinet and to
the contents of this manual:
Origination: 01/2008
Revised 05/11: UK version
Peko Equipment Limited
Peko House
Northbridge Road
Berkhamsted
Herts. HP4 1GE
tel: 01442 872323
fax: 01442 866900
www.peko.co.uk
DATA PLATE DETAILS
Your Reference
Date of purchase:
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Serial number:
Located inside the cabinet
on the left hand side panel
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT
These instructions and warnings have been provided to help avoid misuse and unnecessary
risks and should be read before the cabinet is installed and used.
NOTE: Keep this manual in a safe place so that it is always available for future use.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or
injury to the person when using the appliance,
follow basic precautions including the following:
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Read all the instructions before using the
appliance.
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Do not dry articles that have been
previously cleaned in, washed, soaked or
splashed with petrol or other flammable or
explosive substances as they give off
vapours that could ignite or explode.
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Check the exhaust ducting terminal grille
for any blockages or build-up of lint, and
clean regularly.
The interior of the appliance and the
exhaust
duct
should
be
cleaned
periodically by a competent person.
The manufacturer accepts no liability for
repairs carried out:a) by unauthorised personnel.
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Do not allow children to play on or in the
appliance. Close supervision of children is
required whilst the cabinet is in operation.
b) use of non-standard parts.
Do not install or store this appliance where
it will be exposed to the weather.
WARNING LABELS
Do not tamper with the controls.
Do not repair or replace any part of the
cabinet or attempt any servicing unless
specifically referred to in this manual.
Do not use fabric softeners or products
designed to eliminate static unless
recommended by the manufacturer.
Do not use heat to dry articles containing
foam rubber or similar textured rubberised
materials. To dry this type of material use
the cabinet with only the fan operating.
Affixed to rear inside panel
Keep area around the exhaust opening
and adjacent areas free from the
accumulation of dust, lint and fluff.
Underside of heater cartridge
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
UNPACKING
CONTENTS
WARNING: The cabinet should be
handled and transported with care. The
unit is top heavy with the risk of tipping
over when positioned on its wooden pallet.
The drying cabinet is supplied complete
together with a user manual and fixing kit.
Remove all packaging material. Do not
use sharp implements which could
damage the cabinet.
Check that the goods have not been damaged in transit. Any damage should be
recorded on the delivery note and reported
to your dealer within 3 days.
After unpacking, check that the cabinet is
in good condition.
Any damage or
shortages should be immediately reported
to the supplier
Check that all restraining tape and
protective polystyrene buffers are removed
from inside the cabinet.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS (cont.)
REVERSING THE DOOR HINGE SIDE
The door is supplied as standard with the hinges to the right hand side.
Follow the instructions below to change to left hand side hinge .
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12.
Place the packaging material on the floor for protection then lay the cabinet down with
the door uppermost.
Remove the four screws that secure the upper service module (1) and carefully withdraw the unit from the cabinet. The screws (2) can be accessed from the inside top
panel of the cabinet.
Remove the upper hinge pin (3) and lift off the door.
Remove the lower hinge pin (5)with a flat blade screwdriver(4). This can be achieved
without removing the lower control module(6).
Remove the lower white plastic guide plug on the unused hinge bracket and refit to the
opposite side.
Refit the lower hinge pin to the opposite side.
Reverse the door by turning it through 180°.
Refit the the upper hinge pin.
Refit the upper controle module with the four screws.
Remove the pivot pin from the lower hinge and lift off the door.
Unscrew the pivot pin from the upper hinge and re-fix to the opposite side.
Turn the door upside down and locate into the upper hinge pin; position door on lower
hinge bracket and plastic guide, then screw in the lower hinge pin with the washer
between the door and bracket.
Note:- With care and assistance, the above procedure can be carried out with the cabinet in
the upright position once the unit has been secured to the wall.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS (cont.)
LOCATING AND FIXING THE CABINET
The appliance should not be located in a
position such that any doorways or safety exits
are impeded with the cabinet door open and
the hanging rails extended.
The drying cabinet is only designed for
operation indoors in a dry environment at a
temperature above freezing point.
The unit should not be installed in areas where
high pressure water cleaning is carried out.
The drying cabinet can be conveniently
installed above a front loading washing
machine, tumble dryer or worktop subject to
the ceiling height in the room. A clearance of
5mm. is recommended when installing above a
washing machine or tumble dryer to ensure
that the cabinet is insulated from any vibrations
that may occur when these machines are in
operation. This will also ensure that the
machines can be removed should any service
or repair work be necessary.
The measurement from the underside of the
cabinet to the lower edge of the support
bracket is 1450mm. Determine the position of
the cabinet and ensure that the support bracket
(1) is level and securely fixed to the wall.
Assistance is required to lift the cabinet onto
the bracket. With the cabinet suspended on
the wall it is now possible to open the door and
drill through the four locations (2) to fix the
cabinet to the wall avoiding any electrical,
water or other service pipes or cabling. Drill
four 8mm holes through the rear panel into the
wall and insert the wall plugs.
With the spacers and washers supplied, screw
the cabinet back to the wall.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS (cont.)
EXHAUST CONNECTION
The exhaust ducting for the cabinet can be directed through the top panel or through the left or
right hand side panels. Decide which option best suits the installation and if it is to go through a
side panel then the partially stamped blanking plate should be removed and the spigot attatched
The cabinet can be connected to an exhaust
duct in two ways:
1. CONNECTION TO AN EXISTING SYSTEM
This method is only suitable for buildings that
have an existing mechanical ventilation system, or where the room has a dedicated extraction fan with a capacity of 43m3 / hour. In
both cases the ducting must terminate on an
outside wall.
Fit the spigot to the top of the cabinet using
the 2 small Torx screws. Fit the white plastic
ventilation adaptor over the existing wall or
ceiling mounted grille (fixing screws for this
‘tripod’ type fitting are not supplied), and then
connect to the cabinet using the flexible hose.
Note: The exhaust ducting fittings supplied are
standard 100mm diameter, and any additional
hose or fittings required are available from
most builders merchants and hardware stores.
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2
3
The exhaust ducting should not be connected
into an existing chimney, boiler flue or tumble
dryer system.
2. DIRECT CONNECTION TO OUTSIDE WALL
Fit the plastic spigot to the outlet on top of the
cabinet. Core cut a 100mm. diameter hole in
the outside wall, or alternatively cut a hole in a
fixed pane of window glass. Fit an appropriate
terminal grille with a fixed open louvre, preferable one with an integral insect mesh screen.
Notes:
Standard tumble dryer back draught shutters
are not suitable.
The maximum effective length of ducting to
outside is 3m.
Rigid metal and plastic pipe can also be used
for the exhaust ducting.
Ensure that the ducting and terminal grille are
cleaned on an annual basis.
Ventilation adaptor (for connection to an existing
mechanical ducting system only)
Flexible plastic hose
Spigot adaptor to cabinet
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The air intake grille must not be
covered. Do not use the top of
the cabinet as a storage shelf.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS (cont.)
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
The cabinet is supplied ready for connection to the power supply .
with a UK style three pin plug complete with a 10 A fuse.
The power supply rated at 220- 240volt, 50-60 Hz.
The power cable is approx. 1.8m in length.
The plug (and socket outlet) should be in an accessible position
for ease of removal.
An alternative arrangement could be a high level fused outlet
plate with a separate switch conveniently located at a lower level.
The power cord must be long enough to allow for the removal of
the upper service module should any repair or maintenance work
be required.
If the power cable is damaged in any way, it must be replaced.
Replacements are available from your main supplier or dealer.
If the plug supplied is not suitable for the socket outlet, or if the
appliance is to be connected to fixed wiring, it should be cut from
the supply cord and disposed of immediately. If the severed plug
is introduced into a live socket outlet there is a risk of electric
shock.
NOTE: Should the plug need to be replaced for any reason, the
wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green and Yellow:
Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
The wire coloured green and yellow must be connected to the
terminal marked with the letter ‘E’ or by the earth symbol =,or
coloured green and yellow. The wire coloured blue must be connected to the terminal ’N’ or coloured black. The wire coloured
brown must be connected to the terminal marked ‘L’ or coloured
red. If the fuse incorporated in the plug needs to changed then it
should be replaced with a fuse approved by ASTA to BS1362,
rated at 10 A.
WARNING: This appliance must be earthed.
If in any doubt consult a competent person.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to the person,
read the IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS before
operating this appliance.
Model ETS-1500
The cabinet contains of three
sets of hangers each with 10
rails amounting to an effective
hanging length of 16m. They are
fixed to an assembly that can
pulled down to a more convenient height for loading. Once
loaded the assembly is pushed
back into the cabinet with the aid
of a counterbalancing weight.
LOADING THE CABINET
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Do not lay items flat on the upper hanging rail section.
Hang long clothing to the outer
walls of the cabinet with shorter
items to the centre.
Hang gloves, scarves, socks
and small items on the hanging
bars fixed to the inside door
panel.
Do not overload the drying cabinet. The washing will become
creased and dry unevenly.
Leave some space between
items, especially through the
centre of the cabinet for improved drying efficiency.
Separate dark and white loads
to avoid transferring colours.
Avoid drying thick clothes at the
same time as lighter articles as
they hold more moisture and
will take longer to dry.
Delicate and knitted garments
should be laid flat on the hanging shelves to avoid creases.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATING CONTROL PANEL
The cabinet is designed with two control switches for ease of use.
The left hand switch controls heat settings. The ‘0’ position circulates
ambient temperature air only. Rotating the switch position in a clockwise movement increases the heat input up to a maximum 1.5 kW.
The optimum setting is with the control set to the start of the double
line sector on the scale for lower energy consumption.
The right hand switch controls the drying time up to a maximum of 4
hours.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (cont.)
SETTING THE CONTROLS
 Always follow the washing instructions
as shown on the care labels.
 Set the temperature and the time to suit
the most delicate articles to be dried.
 Remove garments from the cabinet as
they become dry. This will speed up
the drying process for the remaining
damp items.
AIRFLOW
The diagram to the right shows the optimum airflow through the cabinet with
longer garments positioned on the rails
closest to the side panels. Small items
hanging on the centre rails will allow the
warm air to circulate more efficiently.
CARE
CLEANING
The cabinet should be cleaned (inside and out)
with a mild detergent and damp cloth.
Dust will collect on top of the cabinet, especially
around the air intake. This may cause problems
leading to machine failure and is also a fire risk.
To avoid these problems the top of the cabinet
should be vacuum cleaned at least once a year
or more frequently depending on the location of
the unit and it’s application.
High pressure water jet cleaning
should not used on this cabinet.
The use of bleach, caustic solutions and abrasive materials is not
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TROUBLESHOOTING AND SERVICE
PROBLEM
The fan does not operate and the cabinet not heating:Check that the cabinet is connected to the power supply and that the fuses are intact.
In the event of further problems please contact your dealer.
WARNING
Isolate the electrical supply and remove the plug and power cord before withdrawing the service
control unit.
If the power cable is damaged in any
way, it must be replaced.
Replacements are available from your
main supplier or dealer.
NOTE: Replacement power cords
should only be fitted by a qualified
electrician.
NOTE: Should the plug need to be replaced for any reason, the wires in the
mains lead are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
Green and Yellow:
Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
The wire coloured green and yellow must
be connected to the terminal marked with
the letter ‘E’ or by the earth symbol =,or
coloured green and yellow. The wire
coloured blue must be connected to the
terminal ’N’ or coloured black. The wire
coloured brown must be connected to the
terminal marked ‘L’ or coloured red. If the
fuse incorporated in the plug needs to
changed then it should be replaced with a
fuse approved by ASTA to BS1362, rated
at 10 amp.
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TECHNICAL DATA
MANUFACTURING
APPROVALS
Class IP 24
(See data plate for details)
Independently tested and CE marked
Capacity:
Electrical supply:
Motor:
Heating element:
Overheat cut-out:
Timer:
Dimensions:
Weight:
4kg (approx. wet weight)
general laundry textiles.
230v, 50Hz. a.c.
35W.
1500W.
Yes.
0 - 4 Hours.
Height. 1435mm.
Depth. 610mm.
Width. 595mm.
60kg.
PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION AND ENERGY CONSUMPTION*
SETTING
POWER CONSUMPTION
DRYING TIME
Economy
0.5 kW /kg laundry
Approx. 180 min.
30 - 50 deg.C
Fast
0.6 kW /kg laundry
Approx. 90 min.
50 - 70 deg.C
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TEMPERATURE
Values quoted above are approximations and will vary with type of load and ambient conditions.
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EQUIPMENT LIMITED
Peko House
Northbridge Road
Berkhamsted
Herts.
HP4 1GE
Tel: 01442 872323
Fax: 01442 866900
www.peko.co.uk
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