HYDRIM®C51wd - SciCan Canada
HYDRIM C51wd
®
• Service Manual
HYDRIM C51wd Service Manual 96-109724 Rev. 2.0
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Table of Contents
1.
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Introduction ..................................... Page 2
Overview
Specifications
Safety Information
Tools & Hardware
Shipping Instructions
2.
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
Installation ........................................Page 6
Pre-Installation
Tools and Supplies Required
Installation Options
Connecting The Water Inlet Hoses
Drain Requirements
Levelling the Hydrim
Installing Cleaning Solution
Setting Water Softener
Installation Test
Printer / USB Setup
3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
Routine Maintenance ..................... Page 12
Filter Maintenance
Wash Arm Maintenance
Test Probe Port
4.
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Unit Overview ..................................Page 13
The Unit At A Glance
Removing The Top Cover
Removing The Bottom Pan and Kickplate
Removing The Chemical Bracket
Removing The Controller
Removing The Door Fascia
5.
Electrical Schematic .......................Page 18
6.
Technical Service Menu .................Page 19
7.
7.1
7.2
7.3
Troubleshooting ..............................Page 22
Cycle Faults
Troubleshooting Tools
Additional Troubleshooting
8.
Spare Parts......................................Page 31
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HYDRIM C51wd Service Guide
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1. Introduction
1.1 Overview
This guide provides instructions for the servicing and repair of the Hydrim® C51wd
Instrument Washer-Disinfector. Every attempt has been made to provide accurate,
detailed instructions.
All servicing of the Hydrim C51wd should be done by certified personnel only. All local,
provincial, state and national regulations regarding the servicing of the class of device and
safety requirements must be observed.
Do not permit any person other than certified personnel to supply parts for, service, or
maintain a Hydrim C51wd. SciCan shall not be liable for incidental, special or
consequential damages caused by any maintenance or services performed on the
Hydrim C51wd by a third party, including lost profits, any commercial loss, economic loss,
or loss arising from personal injury.
The Hydrim C51wd Instrument Washer-Disinfector should only be installed and serviced
by a qualified contractor as it is an Installation Category 2 device.The contractor should be
experienced in installing equipment that requires electrical hook-up as well as plumbing.
Hydrim C51wd Cycle Description Chart
Regular Cycle
Heavy Duty
Cycle
Heavy Duty Cycle
with Disinfection
Description
Use for moderately
soiled loose
instruments
Use for heavily
soiled instruments
and cassettes
Use for heavily soiled
instruments and
cassettes
Cold Prewash
<45ºC
<45ºC
<45ºC
Wash
50ºC
5 minutes
50ºC
9 minutes
50ºC
9 minutes
Rinse/Disinfect
60ºC
60ºC
80ºC for 10 minutes
Dry
0-15 min.
0-15 min.
0-15 min.
Total Time**
without drying
19 minutes
23 minutes
45 minutes
Water
Consumption
13 L
13L
13L
** Cycle times depend on the temperature of incoming water.
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1. Introduction
1.2 Specifications
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Depth with door open:
Weight:
Running Noise:
Hot water connection:
Water softener:
Filling system:
Dryer Heater
Wash temperature:
Electrical Rating:
Equipment pollution degree:
Equipment
Installation Category:
Maximum relative humidity:
Operating temperature range:
Maximum altitude:
Mains supply:
475 mm
600 mm
460 mm
780 mm
35 kg
60 dB(A)
50-70˚C
0.5 kg salt capacity
3.5 L safety maximum
1kW
50˚C + / - 5˚C
220 - 240V
50 Hz
Pollution Degree 2
10 A
Installation Category II
80% for temperatures up to 31˚C
50% for temperatures up to 40˚C
- 5˚C to 40˚C
2000 m
+ / - 10% of nominal
Pay close attention to the following symbols that appear on the unit:
Caution, a potential
hazard to the operator
Caution,
hot surface
Pay close attention to the following symbols that appear in this book.
Caution, a potential
hazard to the operator
Important information
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A situation which may lead
to a mechanical failure
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1. Introduction
1.3 Safety Information
Safe operation
The following apply to both operators and service technicians:
•
Exercise caution and seek assistance when lifting or carrying the unit.
•
Cleaning solutions may irritate. Avoid contact with eyes and mouth.
•
Never lean on the open door. The unit may tip forward causing injury.
•
Always turn the unit OFF before adding softener salt or solutions. Before
performing routine maintenance or servicing the unit, turn the unit OFF and unplug
the power cord from the power source.
•
The operator should never remove the cover of the unit or insert objects through
holes or openings in the cabinetry. Doing so may damage the unit and/or pose a
hazard to the operator.
•
If the unit is used in a manner other than that specified, the protection provided by
the equipment may be impaired.
Safe servicing
•
The Hydrim C51wd Instrument Washer-Disinfector should only be installed
and serviced by a qualified contractor as it is an Installation Category 2 device.
SciCan shall not be liable for incidental, special or consequential damages
caused by any maintenance or services performed on the Hydrim C51wd by a
third party or for the use of equipment or parts manufactured by a third party,
including lost profits, any commercial loss, economic loss, or loss arising from
personal injury.
•
All local, regional, state, and national regulations regarding the servicing of this
class of device and safety requirements must be observed.
When the cover is removed:
•
Hazardous voltages are accessible. Disconnect the power cord before
removing the cover.
•
Sharp metal edges are exposed. Be careful, and wear long sleeves and gloves.
•
A dielectric strength test (hi-pot) must be performed on the unit if parts
associated with the power main are serviced or replaced.
•
A protective bonding impedance test (ground continuity) must be performed on the
unit if components of the protective earthing system are changed or if connections
are broken and remade.
Power main
Ground
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1. Introduction
Reporting
•
It is vital for SciCan to learn of any problem in the field. This information will help
SciCan solve the problem quickly and improve product reliability in new units.
Biological waste
•
Waste water in the unit may contain biological contaminants; use a mechanical
means to siphon the contents. Wear disposable rubber gloves. Dispose of
absorbent material according to biological waste disposal regulations.
1.4 Tools & Hardware
DESCRIPTION
1. Nose pliers
2.Screwdriver PH1
3. Screwdriver PH2
4. Screwdriver Slot
5.T20 Torxdriver
6. Dental Wedge
7.Wire stripper
DESCRIPTION
8.Wire cutter
9. Small screwdriver
10. Nut driver 1/4"
11. Nut driver 5.5 mm
12. Nut driver 7 mm
13. Nut driver 8 mm
14. Nut driver 13 mm
DESCRIPTION
15.Wrench 7/16"
16.Wrench 1/4"
17. 11/16" socket
18. Allen key 2.5 mm
19. Mallet
20.Tension Gun
The unit contains the following types of hardware:
•
•
•
•
Phillips pan head self-tapping metal screws
Phillips flat head stainless steel machine screws
Torx pan head machine screws
Torx pan head plastite screws
1.5 Shipping Instructions
The unit should be serviced on site. If it is necessary to send the unit back to the dealer,
follow these instructions. Before shipping the unit, run the drain pump to remove most of
the water from the system. If there is standing water in the chamber, siphon or ladle as
much water as possible and use an absorbent cloth to remove the rest.
Disconnect and remove the cleaning solution container and then drain the dosing
reservoir. Completely screw in the levelling legs. Specify upright, heated, and insured
shipping.
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2. Installation
2.1 Pre-Installation
The machine must be installed and levelled correctly for the unit to function as described.
All electrical work must be carried out by a qualified electrician and in compliance with all
local and national electrical codes.
Voltage:
220 - 240 V
Frequency:
50 Hz
Rated load:
2 kW
Circuit breaker:
10 A per phase
The electrical outlet should not be located directly behind the unit.The outlet needs to be
accessible after the unit is installed. The power cord must be routed away from the back
panel and hot water inlet hose.
This appliance must be correctly grounded! The manufacturer cannot be held
responsible for damage or injury caused by incorrect or missing grounding.
•
•
•
The Hydrim unit is heavy (35 kg). Exercise caution and obtain assistance when
moving it.
The Hydrim is equipped with an air gap / anti-suction device to prevent backflow of
dirty water into the water supply. No other air gap device is necessary.
If you need to extend the water inlet and drain hoses,ensure that you use commercial
grade plumbing hose. The maximum length of the drain hose is 3.3 m.
2.2 Tools and Supplies Required to Install the Hydrim
• Slot screwdriver
• Channellocks
Ensure that HIP Cleaning Solution (instrument wash chemical) is available. All other
supplies are included with the Hydrim unit.
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2. Installation
2.3 Installation Options
Ensure that there is a 75mm space at the top, rear and both sides of the Hydrim.This will
facilitate installation, levelling, service access and air exhaust from the rear of the unit. Do
not locate the electrical outlet directly behind the Hydrim, as this is where warm, moist air
from the chamber is exhausted. Do not move the Hydrim into place by maneuvering the
open wash chamber door.This may cause to door to become misaligned and leak.
Installation Option #1
Cabinet / Steri-Centre
Figure 1
Installation Option #2
Sliding Shelf
Figure 2
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2. Installation
Figure 3
Installation Option #3
Counter Top
2.4 Connecting The Water Inlet Hoses
Figure 4
Connect the hot water hose (red) to
the hot inlet valve on the Hydrim
(indicated by a red dot) and the cold
water hose (blue) to the cold water
inlet valve on the Hydrim (indicated
by a blue dot).
The connector with the elbow
should be attached to the back of
the Hydrim unit.
The washer with the screen goes
to the water supply connector.
Make sure that the inlet valves are
free of debris.
Hose / Cord
Length / Diameter
drain hose
outlet
cold water inlet
Max. Distance from
inlet / drain
Water Pressure
(optimal)*
hot water inlet
Shut-Off Valve
Hot Inlet
1.9 m / G3/4"
1.5 m
1-10 bar
Yes
Cold Inlet
1.9 m / G3/4"
1.5 m
1-10 bar
Yes
Drain
1.5 m / 3/4"
3.3m
—
—
Electrical
1.8 m
AWG 18-3
—
—
—
*unit will function with water pressure down to 0.5 bar.
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2. Installation
2.5 Drain Requirements
Connect the drain hose to the drain outlet.The drain hose can be attached to existing
drain lines using a 3.5 cm or larger standpipe / P-trap combination. If the hose is
connected directly to the drain line, fittings and adapters should not reduce water flow.
The drain hose should be attached to the main drain at a point no more than 1 metre.
above the base of the Hydrim. A floor drain is acceptable (check local codes).
2.6 Levelling the Hydrim
levelling bubble
For the unit to function properly, it will need to
be correctly levelled.To level the unit, follow
these steps:
1. Adjust the legs underneath the unit.
2. Use the levelling bubble on the top right hand
side as a guide.
3. When the bubble is in the centre, the unit is
correctly levelled.
Figure 5
2.7 Installing Cleaning Solution
Ensure that the quick-disconnect cap on the HIP Hydrim Cleaning Solution bottle is tight.
Install the bottle, and loosen the screw cap slightly (see Step 4) to prevent formation of a
vacuum in the bottle.
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
screw cap
Step 4
MAX
MIN
Figure 6
quick disconnect cap
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2. Installation
2.8 Setting the Water Softener (salt):
Hydrim is equipped with a built-in water softening system which needs to be
adjusted according to the local water hardness.The Hydrim water test kit
includes three water hardness test strips in bags.Take a water sample from
the location where the machine will be installed. Open one of the bags and
remove the test strip. Dip the strip in the water. Compare the color of the
strip with the chart on the back of the bag. Determine the water hardness
according to the chart on the water test kit envelope. Power the unit on.
Touch the “i” in the lower right hand corner of the sceen. Select “Technician”.
Enter 7919 and touch EN. Select “Cycle Settings" and then "Set
Regeneration”. Using the up and down arrows, set the water softener
regeneration level according to the following table:
Hardness – ppm
0 - 110
120 - 360
370 - 510
520 - 890*
> 890
Hydrim setting
0
1
2
3
Additional water
treatment required
* consider using an additional water treatment
Pour 0.5 litre of water into the water
softener by pouring it into the salt
container and inserting it into the
chamber wall. Add 0.5 kg of water
softening salt in the same manner.
Screw the salt container tightly into
the wall of the chamber.
2.9 Installation Test
water softener
container
Figure 7
Turn on the shut-off valves. Run a test cycle, checking for leaks.
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2. Installation
2.10 Printer / USB Setup
The Hydrim C51wd has an RS-232 port at the back, and can be used with an external
printer or the SciCan Data Logger.The printers in the chart below have been tested
with the Hydrim.To add or change a printer or SciCan Data Logger, follow these steps:
Turn off the Hydrim and the printer or Data Logger before connecting these devices to
the unit.
1. With the printer or Data Logger connected, turn on the Hydrim and press the i to
move to the Menu screen.
2. In the Setup menu, select Printer Selection.
3. Select Serial Printer if connecting a printer, or USB Flash/MSD if connecting the
SciCan Data Logger. Press the back arrow to return to the Setup Menu.
4. In the Setup Menu, select Baud rate.
5. Select the rate required (refer to chart below for recommended Baud rates). Use the
back arrow to return to the Start screen.
6. Now the Hydrim will write its cycle information to the device chosen.
Printer Model
Serial Port
Baud Rate
Epson
TM-U220D (C31C515603)
9600
Citizen
IDP-3110-40 RF 230B
9600
Star Micro
SP212FD42-230
9600
Star Micro
SP216FD41-230
9600
Star Micro
SP512MD42-R
9600
SciCan Data Logger
For Mass Storage Device
Serial Port
Baud Rate
9600
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3. Routine Maintenance
3.1 Filter Maintenance
Inspect the coarse and fine filters daily for debris and clean if necessary.
1. Grasp the handle in the centre of the coarse
filter and turn it 90˚ counter-clockwise. (To reinsert
the coarse filter, turn the handle clockwise.)
coarse filter
2. Remove the coarse filter.
3. Remove the fine filter.
4. Clean both filters by rinsing them with tap water.
5. Re-assemble, ensuring that the
coarse filter is locked in place.
fine filter
Figure 8
3.2 Wash Arm Maintenance
upper wash arm
Inspect the wash arms weekly for debris and
clean if necessary.
1. Open the unit door and remove the
wash rack from the unit.
fitting
2. Unscrew the upper wash arm plug by turning
the fitting at the hub (note: fitting is left
threaded).
3. Remove the upper wash arm.
Figure 9
4. Using two hands, grasp both ends of the
lower wash arm on the underside.
To remove arm, pull upwards
5. Pull the lower wash arm upwards.
6. Inspect both sides of the wash arms for
debris in the nozzles. Remove the debris
where necessary.
7. Rinse both wash arms with tap water and
eassemble the wash arms.
lower
lower wash
wash arm
arm collar
3.3 Test Probe Port
Figure 10
A technician or authorised person can use the test port to insert
temperature probes into the chamber to record the actual
temperature at various places in the chamber during the cycle.
To access the temperature probe, remove the
front fascia (see section 4.6).
port
Figure 11
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4. Unit Overview
4.1 The Unit At A Glance
Left Side
Right Side
manual
door
release
(53)
dryer (42)
dosing pump (4)
quick
connect
(25)
air filter (47)
chemical
tube
(33)
drip tray (27)
dryer duct
(39)
dosing
reservoir (32)
water
softener
heater
(18)
Figure 12
door
solenoid (62)
level
sensor
low circulation
pump pressure
switch (safety) (19)
lower
circulation
pump (7)
heater (18)
capacitor
valves
(hot and
cold)
(12, 22)
temperature
sensor
(54)
door
lock
Tubing,
top arm
fitting
(64)
temperature
switch (46)
Figure 14
Top View
top arm
fitting (65)
Figure 13
drain
Pump
(9)
upper
circulation
pump (8)
drain
connection
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Bottom View
float
water
softener
Figure 15
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4. Unit Overview
4.2 Removing The Top Cover
Figure 16a
To remove the top cover, follow
these steps:
1. Power OFF the unit, and
unplug.
4 filter
cover
screws
2. Remove the 4 Phillips
screws that hold the filter
cover in place (Figure 16a).
2 screws
and
caps
3. Remove the screws that
secure the top cover:
• 2 screws and white caps on
the right side of the cover (Figure 16a).
• 2 screws and white caps on the left of
the cover (not shown).
• 7 Phillips washer screws on the back
of the cover: (1 on the top, 3 on the right,
3 on the left.) (Figure 16b)
•
Rear Of The Unit
Figure 16b
6 Phillips flat head machine screws
on the inside front of the unit (4 on the
top, 2 on the left) (Figure 16c).The two
screws on the right side do not secure
the top cover and do not need to be
removed.
4. Grasp the left and right sides of the cover.
Pull sides slighty outward and lift straight up.
7 Phillips screws
5. Remove the insulation on the top and sides.
6. When replacing the cover, ensure that the orange cap for the screw under the drip
tray is replaced (Figure 16d).
Figure 16c
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6 Phillips screws
Figure 16d
orange cap
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4. Unit Overview
4.3 Removing the Bottom Pan and
Kickplate
1. Completely open the front door.
2. Remove the two Torx screws from
the kick plate and pull the kick plate
forward to remove (Figure 17a).
3. Drain water from the unit and drain
the chemical from the reservoir.
Figure 17a
4. Turn the unit upside down. Please
note that some liquid will remain.
Torx screws
5. Remove one Phillips and one Torx screw
from the bottom of the chemical bracket
(Figure 17b).
Screw
Figure 17b
Screw
6. Remove the two Phillips screws connecting
the back panel to the bottom pan (not shown).
Screw
7. Remove four Torx screws keeping the bottom
pan in place (not shown).
8. Remove the bottom pan. Caution! Edges
are sharp.
9. Be careful not to damage the bottom pan
overflow float and make sure it is in place
before reinstalling bottom pan.
4.4 Removing the Chemical Bracket
Screw
1. Power the unit OFF.
Screw
2. Remove the top cover.
Torx Screw
3. Remove the Phillips screws as shown (Figure 17b).
4. Remove the three screws in the backpanel
holding the chemical bracket.
5. Remove the screw on top of the
door bracket (Figure 17c).
Figure 17d
Figure 17c
6. Pull chemical bracket away
from the machine, loosen clip
and disconnect the dryer hose.
7. This provides access to the
pressure switch for the upper
arm, chamber full switch (black)
and the overflow switch (clear)
(Figure 17d).
Door Bracket Screw
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chamber
full switch
pressure switch
overflow switch
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4. Unit Overview
4.5 Removing the Controller Assembly
1. Remove the top cover.
2. Remove the two screws on the left
of the chemical bracket and the
screw on top that holds the bracket to
the door latch bar (Figure 18a and b).
screws
3. Remove the two screws that hold the fascia
to the chamber (Figure 18c).
4. Pull chemical bracket away and swing
fasica out as shown (Figure 18d).
Figure 18a
5. Access the controller assembly and
disconnect the following connectors from
the i/o board:
J6 – one 4-pin connector
J3 and J5 – two 6-pin connectors
J2 and J1 – two 2-pin connectors
J7 – one 2-pin connector
screw
screws
Figure 18b
J2
J1
J5
Figure 18c
2
1
J6
Figure 18e
J7 signal
J3
connector
Figure 18d
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J2
6. Disconnect the signal connector from the
bottom of the logic board (Figure 18e).
J1
J5
7. Unclip the temperature sensor junction
block (not shown).
8. Remove four screws (Figure 18f)
and lift I/O board off.
screws
9. Disconnect the printer cable from the
side of the logic board (Figure 18g).
10. To remove logic board, remove upper
standoffs and two screws (Figure 18g).
J6
11. Reassemble in reverse order.
Figure 18f
J7
J3
printer
cable
standoffs
screws
Figure 18g
4.6 Removing The Door Fascia
To remove the door fascia, follow
these steps:
1. Power OFF the unit and unplug.
2. Open the door and remove
the 4 Phillips screws on the
perimeter of the door’s
inside face.
3. Pull the door fascia towards
you and lift up.
Figure 19
screws
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5. Electrical Schematic
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6. Technical Service Menu
Service Menu Overview
Cycle
Count
Diagnostic
Tools
Cycle
Settings
• Error History
• Test Cycle
• Component Test
• View IO Set up
• Verify Mode
• Set debug screen
Printer
Selection
Baud
Rate
Factory Repeater Production
Default
Mode
Tools
Software
Upgrade
• Set Drying Time
• Set Regeneration
• Chemical set-up
• Set Wash Time
• Set Rinse Time
• # Extra Rinses
• Set Wash Temperature
• Last Rinse Temp
To access this menu, turn the unit on.There is an "i" in the lower right hand corner of the screen for about
10 seonds.Touch the "i" to get to the menu screen.Touch Service.
Key in the password 7919 and press EN.
Within main service menu, there are eight options.
Cycle Count: Displays the number of cycles that have been run (complete and incomplete).
Diagnostic Tools: Offers a submenu of five tools.
Error History: Allows access to the last three errors.
Test Cycle: An abbreviated cycle that uses all pumps and valves.
Cannot be used to process instruments.
Component Test: Allows individual testing of the following components.
Circ. Pump M1 - ON/OFF
All Devices - ON/OFF
Latch L1 - ON/OFF
Salt Valve Y2 - ON/OFF
Dosing Pump 1 M4 - ON/OFF
Dryer Motor + Heater - ON/OFF
Hot W.Valve Y7- ON/OFF
Cold W.Valve Y1 - ON/OFF
Rinse Aid Valve ON/OFF (not used)
Waste Pump M2 - ON/OFF
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6. Technical Service Menu
View IO Status: Shows the status of the each component in the unit
Chamber Full SW - ON/OFF (chamber full switch)
Salt SW - ON/OFF (salt switch)
Rinse Aid - ON/OFF (not used)
Chemical Sensor - ON/OFF
Chamber Overflow ON/OFF
Chamber Pressure - ON/OFF
Door SW ON/OFF (Door switch)
Chamber T - XX C (chamber temperature)
Validation T - XX C (validation temperature)
CTS - ON/OFF (clear to send to printer/ datalogger)
Verify Mode: Automatically checks all components in sequence.
Set debug screen: Shows I/O status when cycle is running
Cycle Settings
Set Drying Time
P1 Regular
10 min
(choose from 1 to 15 min)
P2 Heavy Duty
10 min
(choose from 1 to 15 min)
P3 HD Disinfection
10 min
(only value accepted is 10)
Set Regeneration – Sets water softener setting
0
(choose from 0 to 3)
Chemical Set-up
Prewash
4s
(choose from 0 to 15s)
Wash
13s
(choose from 0 to 30s)
High Temp.Wash (second part of wash phase)
13s
(choose from 0 to 30s)
Rinse / Disinfect
13s
(choose from 0 to 15s)
Set Wash Time
P1 Regular
5 min
(choose from 5 to 15 min)
P2 Heavy Duty
9 min
(choose from 5 to 15 min)
P3 HD Disinfection
9 min
(choose from 5 to 15 min)
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Set Rinse Time
P1 Regular
1 min
(choose from 1 to 5 min)
P2 Heavy Duty
1 min
(choose from 1 to 5 min)
P3 HD Disinfection
10 min
(only value accepted is 10 min.)
# Extra Rinses
P1 Regular
0
(choose from 0 to 4)
P2 Heavy Duty
0
(choose from 0 to 4)
P3 HD Disinfection
0
(choose from 0 to 4)
Set Wash Temperature
P1 Regular
50˚C
(choose from 45 to 60˚C)
P2 Heavy Duty
50˚C
(choose from 45 to 60˚C)
P3 HD Disinfection
50˚C
(choose from 45 to 60˚C)
Last Rinse Temp.
P1 Regular
60˚C
(choose from 30 to 80˚C)
P2 Heavy Duty
60˚C
(choose from 30 to 80˚C)
P3 HD Disinfection
80˚C
(only value accepted is 80)
Printer Selection
Serial Printer (default)
USB Flash/MSD
Baud Rate
1200
2400
4800
9600 (default)
Factory Default (resets all values to factory default)
Reset
Repeater Mode (in the ON position, the unit will continuously run the selected cycle)
ON/OFF
Production Tools (used in production)
Software Upgrade: to upgrade software via the Datalogger
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7. Troubleshooting
7.1 Troubleshooting Tools
Within the technical service menu, there are several useful tools for troubleshooting.
Debug screen:
Time remaining in cycle
This screen should be used when
running a cycle to view the I/O
status of components.
Outputs:
Cold water valve is
OFF (closed)
Hot water valve is
ON (open)
Circulation pumps
are ON
Chamber Heater
is OFF
Dryer motor is OFF
Dryer heater is OFF
Drain pump is OFF
Salt valve is OFF
Dosing pump is OFF
P3 HD & Dis.
PRE WASH
Chm T 39˚C
Chm FULL=OFF
Chm OVER=OFF
Door=CLSD
38 min
ValT 39˚C
DetSW=ON
ChmPRES=ON
Salt SW=OFF
ColdV=OFF
HotV= ON
CircPUMP=ON
ChmHeater=OFF
DryerMotor=OFF
DryerHeater=OFF
DrainPump=OFF Dosing=OFF
SaltV=OFF
Inputs:
Chamber Temperature
is 39C (main sensor)
Validation Temperature
is 39C (second sensor)
Chamber Full Switch:
OFF (unit is still filling)
Chamber overflow switch
is OFF
Door latch is closed
Detergent switch is ON
(there is enough
chemical for dosing)
Chamber pressure
switch is ON (upper
arm has enough
pressure to rotate)
Salt switch is OFF (not
used in this model)
View I/O status
This screen should be used when testing components and wires for functionality
without the cycle running.
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7. Troubleshooting
7.2 Cycle Faults
P1 Regular
If the software detects an error, an error
message will appear on the screen
showing one of the codes listed below.
Instruments
Not Processed
CF3
TEMP. SENSOR 1 BAD
OK
7.2.1 CF1 Heating Failure
Detection:The water is not reaching the required temperature in the specified time.
pressure switch
Remedy:
for lower arm
1. Possible Cause is overheating of the
circulation pump. Indication of this cause is if
the machine gives CF1 error code during a
cycle, but runs normally if the machine is
allowed to cool down. Check if the cooling
fan is running when the circulation pump is Heater
running. If not, replace the fan (Figure 20).
upper
If the fan is OK, proceed to step 2.
circulation
2. Using the debug screen check if the
pump
pressure switch for the upper arm turns
ON when the circulation pump is ON. If not,
replace the upper arm pressure switch
(Figure 22). If OK, proceed to step 3.
3. Using the debug screen, monitor the
pressure switch during disinfection
(P3 only). If the switch turns OFF, the
pump is overheating. Check and replace
the cooling fan and/or the upper circulation
pump (Figure 20). If OK, proceed to step 4.
heater element
Fan
housing
Figure 20
4. Check the fuses. If OK, proceed to step 5.
5.With the troubleshooting window in place,
level
start a cycle. After filling, the water level
sensor
should be approximately 10-15mm below
the lower wash arm. If the water level is not
correct, replace the level sensor (Figure 21).
If the water level is OK, proceed to step 6.
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Figure 21
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7. Troubleshooting
6. Using the debug screen and with the troubleshooting window in place, count the rpm's
when the temperature is at 50˚C. Upper and lower arm rpm's should be >= 25. If rpm's
are low, this indicates circulation pump failure. Replace the appropriate circulation pump
(upper or lower). If rpm's are OK, proceed to step 7.
7. There is a failure in one of the following
•
•
•
•
thermostat
pressure switch (lower wash arm)
heater element
pressure switch (upper wash arm)
Remove the top cover and the bottom cover. Check the heater element, lower arm
pressure switch and thermostat (in series) and the upper arm pressure switch.
Replace as required.
7.2.2 CF2 Chamber Filling Failure
Detection:
• Chamber full switch not activated in the first 4 min of filling (circulation pump not running yet).
If hot water unavailable or at low pressure, the unit will switch to cold water after 2.5 min if the
chamber full switch is not activated.
• Chamber full switch not activated in 4 min of filling with circulation pump running.
Remedy:
circulation pump
pressure switch
1. Check if the water supply valves are turned
on and the water pressure is normal.
2. Check for blockages in the water inlet hose
filters.
3. Check for kinks in the water inlet hoses.
4. Possible cause is a malfunction of the
chamber level switch. Using the debug
screen, monitor if the chamber full switch
turns ON after filling. If not, remove the top
cover and the chemical bracket. Check the
level diaphragm / switch assembly and
repair or replace. If OK, proceed to step 5.
5. Possible cause is a leak. Remove the kick
plate and look for fluid in the pan. Isolate
and repair the source of the leak.
Figure 22
chamber full switch
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7. Troubleshooting
7.2.3 CF3 Chamber temperature sensor reading failure
Detection:
Main temperature sensor readings are
outside limits (too high or too low)
Remedy:
1. Possible cause is disconnection of the
temperature sensor. Check the connection
of the sensor to the logic board (see section
4.5 Removing the Controller Assembly). If
OK proceed to step 2.
2. Possible cause is malfunction of the
temperature sensor. Remove the kick
plate. Replace the temperature sensor
as required.
temperature sensor
Figure 23
7.2.4 CF 4 Water evacuation failure
Detection:
Chamber full switch did not open in 1 minute after turning the drain pump on.
Figure 24a
Remedy:
1. Check for a kink or blockage in the drain hose.
2. Possible cause is drain pump failure.
Manually load 3 litres of water into the
chamber.With the troubleshooting window
drain
in place, go into the service menu and
pump
activate the drain pump.The water should
drain within 20 seconds. If it does not, remove
the top and bottom covers and replace the
drain pump (Figure 24a). If the water drains
ok, proceed to step 3.
3. Possible cause is chamber full switch failure.
Using the debug screen, check if the chamber
full switch is OFF when water had drained
from the chamber. If not, remove the top
cover and the chemical bracket. Check the
level diaphragm / switch assembly and replace
as necessary (Figure 24a).
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Figure 24b
chamber full switch
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7. Troubleshooting
7.2.5 CF 5 Disinfection Phase Failure
Detection:
Chamber temperature dropped below 80˚C during the disinfection phase of the cycle
Remedy:
Possible cause is a water heating problem. Follow the procedure in CF1.
7.2.6 CF 6 Serial Communication Failure
Detection:
Failure to read second temperature sensor within 10 seconds.
Remedy:
Possible causes are a corrupted program or flash memory, or a defective logic board.
Replace logic board.
7.2.7 CF 8 Secondary Chamber Temperature Sensor Failure
Detection:
Second temperature sensor readings are outside limits (too high or too low).
Remedy:
Possible causes are disconnection or failure of the temperature sensor. Remove the kick plate.
Check the connectors or replace the temperature sensor as required.
7.2.8 CF 9 Program Timeout
Detection:
The unit is running a cycle for more than 2hrs and 30 min.
Remedy:
Possible cause is a defective PCB and/or software failure. Replace the logic board.
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7. Troubleshooting
7.2.9 CF 13 Temperature Validation Error
Detection:
The difference between the control temperature
sensor (1) and validation temperature sensor (2) is
greater than +5°C during the wash phase of the cycle
or the validation temperature is outside the
disinfection band (-0°C/+5°C) during the disinfection
phase of the cycle.
Remedy:
1. Possible cause if a water heating problem. Follow
the procedure for CF1.
2. Possible cause is disconnection or failure of
the temperature sensor. Remove the kick plate.
Check the connectors or replace the temperature
sensor as required.
temperature sensor
Figure 25
7.2.10 CF 15 Chamber Overflow
Detection:
The overflow switch did not turn off after 30sec of
running the drain pump.
circulation pump
pressure switch
Remedy:
1. Check for a kink or blockage in the drain hose.
2. Possible cause is a defective overflow switch.
Follow the procedure for CF2.
3. Possible cause is the water inlet valves not
closing.This can be detected if water continues to
fill the chamber even when the power to the
machine is off. Replace the inlet valves.
4. Possible cause is a leak. Remove the top cover
and kick plate and look for fluid in the pan. Isolate
and repair the source of the leak.
HYDRIM C51wd Service Guide
Figure 26
chamber overflow switch
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7. Troubleshooting
7.3 Additional Troubleshooting
Problem: “No detergent” message
white cap
Remedy
1. Check if the cleaning solution bottle is empty.
Replace if required.
2. Loosen the white cap on the cleaning solution bottle to
prevent formation of a vacuum (Figure 27).
3. Possible cause is a dosing reservoir malfunction.
Remove the top cover.
Remove two small, red wires from the connector block and
connect them together (Figure 28).
If the “no detergent” message disappears and the machine
runs, the dosing reservoir is defective and must be replaced
(Figure 29). If the error message remains, proceed to step 4.
4. Check the connections to the controller. If the wires are OK,
replace the controller logic board.
Figure 27
Figure 28
Figure 29
Dosing reservoir
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7. Troubleshooting
Problem: Cleaning solution leakage
Male and
Female
Connectors
Remedy
1. Ensure that the male outlet on the
cleaning solution bottle is tightly closed.
2. Ensure that the male and female
connectors have mated.
3. Check the cleaning solution tubing
for cracks and leaks. Replace if
necessary.
Cleaning
Solution
Tubing
Figure 30
Problem: Water leaking from the door
(front of the unit)
Remedy:
1. Make sure unit is level.
2. Check adjustment on the door latch.
Loosen two screws and then slide door
latch in or out to adjust.
Figure 31
Door Latch
Problem: Instruments not dry
Remedy:
1. Increase drying time
2. Replace Air filter
3. Replace dryer.
Dryer
Air
Filter
Figure 32
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7. Troubleshooting
Problem: Screen doesn't turn on
Remedy:
1. Check that the machine is plugged in.
2. Check the power supply (5V and 24V) according to schematic
3. Replace LCD
4. Replace logic board
Problem: Door doesn't open
Remedy:
1. Check the connector from the
I/O board to the latch
2. Check the solenoid and replace
if necessary.
mechanical
link
solenoid
3. Check the 24V power supply
4. Check if mechanical link is broken
Figure 33
5. Replace the I/O board
Problem: Printer will not print
Remedy:
1. Ensure that serial printer is selected (set-up menu)
2. Ensure that baud rate is correct
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8. Spare Parts
For an updated parts list, please refer to myscican.com
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
28
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
SCICAN #
01-107786S
01-107787S
01-107789S
01-107790S
01-107791S
01-107792S
01-107794S
01-109779S
01-107796S
01-107799S
01-107800S
01-107801S
01-107802S
01-107803S
01-107804S
01-107806S
01-107807S
01-107808S
01-107810S
01-107811S
01-107812S
01-107815S
01-107938S
01-107975S
01-108030S
01-108121S
01-108122S
01-108253S
01-108305S
01-108309S
01-108310S
01-108351S
01-108699S
01-108700S
01-108795S
01-108797S
01-108924S
01-109143S
01-109144S
KIT DESCRIPTION
Seal Door, J
Inlet Hose Europe, J
Drain Hose, J
Dosing Pump, J
Valve Salt Regeneration, J
Thermoactuator, J
Pump Recirculation Lower Arm, J
Pump Top Arm Recirc, S
Drain Pump Europe 230V, 50Hz, J
2A Fuse, J
10A Fuse, J
Inlet Valve Cold Water, J
Switch Full Chamber, J
Switch Overflow Chamber, J
Lower Wash Arm, J
Screen Drain, J
Filter Drain, J
Water Heater, J
Switch Pressure Heater, J
Door Spring Kit, J
Clip Door, J
Inlet Valve Hot Water, J
Switch Pressure Assy, J
Adjustable Feet, J
Quick Connect Female, J
Cap Quick Disconnect, J
Drip Tray, J
Reservoir
Hydrim Water Test Kit, J/K
Kickplate, J
Mesh Drain, J
Float Dosing Reservoir, J
Tube Chem.
Fuse Holder, J
Plastic Trim Edge, J
Support Bracket 1-st Pump, J
Screw Kit Hydrim C51wd, J
Dryer Tubing, J
Dryer Fitting, J
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NOTE
one hose / kit
one hose / kit
five fuses / kit
ten fuses / kit
with mesh
ten caps / kit
only mesh
three parts / kit
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8. Spare Parts
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Item
40
SCICAN #
01-109145S
KIT DESCRIPTION
Dryer Vent Assy, J
41
01-109836S
Operator's Manual, Hydrim C51WD, S
42
01-109835S
Dryer Assy Hydrim, S
43
01-109834S
Seals, Door Bottom Hydrim, S
44
01-109833S
Packaging Hydrim C51WD, S
45
01-109832S
Cover Top and Filter C51WD, S
46
01-109831S
Thermostat Heater C51WD, S
47
01-109795S
HEPA Filter C51WD, S
48
01-109794S
Detergent Door w. Label C51WD, S
49
01-109793S
Fascia Door w. Label, C51WD, S
50
01-109792S
Cooling Fan Hydrim, S
51
01-109791S
Door Curtain Hydrim, S
52
01-109790S
Upper Spray Arm Hydrim, S
53
01-109789S
Rope, Door Latch, C51WD, S
54
01-109788S
Dual Temperature Sensor C51WD, S
55
01-109787S
Plug, Test Port C51WD, S
56
01-109786S
Test Port C51WD, S
57
01-109785S
Touch Display Hydrim, S
58
01-109784S
Logic Board Hydrim, S
59
01-109783S
I/O Board Hydrim, S
60
01-109782S
Power Supply Board, S
61
01-109781S
Fascia w. Label C51WD, S
62
01-109780S
Door Solenoid C51WD, S
63
01-109778S
Water Pressure Switch C51WD, S
64
01-109777S
Tubing, Top Arm Fitting Hydrim, S
65
01-109776S
Top Arm Fitting Hydrim, S
NOTE
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8. Spare Parts
01-107786S
Seal Door, J
01-107787S
Inlet Hose Europe, J
01-107791S
Valve Salt Regeneration, J
01-107799S
2A Fuse, J
01-107794S
Pump Recirculation Lower Arm, J
01-109779S
Pump Top Arm Recirc, S
01-107800S
10A Fuse, J
01-107801S
Inlet Valve Cold Water, J
01-107804S
Lower Wash Arm, J
01-107810S
Switch Pressure Heater, J
01-107789S
Drain Hose, J
01-107806S
Screen Drain, J
01-107812S
Clip Door, J
01-107807S
Filter Drain, J
01-107815S
Inlet Valve Hot Water, J
HYDRIM C51wd Service Guide
01-107790S
Dosing Pump, J
01-107796S
Drain Pump Europe 230V, 50Hz, J
01-107803S
Switch Overflow Chamber, J
01-107808S
Water Heater, J
01-107938S
Switch, Pressure Assembly
(Chamber Full Switch Assembly)
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8. Spare Parts
01-107802S
Switch Full Chamber, J
01-108121S
Cap Quick Disconnect, J
01-108310S
Mesh Drain, J
01-107975S
Adjustable Feet, J
01-108122S
Drip Tray, J
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01-108699S
Tube, chemical
01-108309S
Kickplate, J
01-108253S
Reservoir
01-108351S
Float Dosing
Reservoir, J
01-108700S
Fuse Holder, J
01-108795S
Plastic Trim Edge, J
01-109143S
Dryer Tubing, J
01-108797S
Support Bracket 1-st Pump, J
01-109145S
Dryer Vent Assy, J
01-108030S
Quick Connect Female, J
01-109144S
Dryer Fitting, J
01-109776S
Top Arm Fitting Hydrim, S
01-109777S
Tubing, Top Arm Fitting Hydrim, S
01-109778S
Water Pressure Switch C51WD, S
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8. Spare Parts
01-109782S
Power Supply Board, S
01-109780S
Door Solenoid C51WD, S
01-109785S
Touch Display Hydrim, S
01-109783S
I/O Board Hydrim, S
01-109788S
Dual Temperature
Sensor C51WD, S
01-109789S
Rope, Door Latch, C51WD, S
01-109781S
Fascia w. Label
C51WD, S
01-109786S
Test Port C51WD, S
01-109792S
Cooling Fan Hydrim, S
01-109790S
Upper Spray Arm
Hydrim, S
01-109831S
Thermostat Heater
C51WD, S
01-109784S
Logic Board Hydrim, S
01-109787S
Plug, Test Port C51WD, S
01-109793S
Fascia Door w. Label,
C51WD, S
01-109795S
HEPA Filter C51WD, S
01-109794S
Detergent Door w. Label
C51WD, S
01-109832S
Cover Top and Filter
C51WD, S
01-109833S
Packaging Hydrim
C51WD, S
HYDRIM C51wd Service Guide
01-109834S
Seals, Door Bottom Hydrim, S
01-109835S
Dryer Assy Hydrim, S
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