American Dryer Advantage Series Hair Dryer

American Dryer Advantage Series Hair Dryer
DANGER: Disconnect Power Before Servicing
Failure to disconnect the power source before installation or servicing can result in serious
injury or death from electrical shock.
WARNING: Risk of fire, personal injury or property damage may result from
improper installation or service.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. Remove cover by removing (2) tamper-proof-screws using security wrench supplied. Pull cover directly toward you. IMPORTANT: Save security wrench.
2.Dryers should be placed at least 2 feet (61cm) apart and at least 12” (30cm) from washbasin. Do not install dryer over washbasin. Automatic dryers should be at least 18” (46cm)
above any projection which may interfere with the operation of the automatic sensor.
Hold the backplate to the wall at the suggested mounting height. Measure from bottom edge
of backplate to the floor (Ref. Dimension “A”, Fig. 1):
CHILDREN
MEN
WOMEN
(depends on age)
DISABLED
Hand - 44” (112cm)
42” (107cm)
32 to 42” (81-107cm)
36” (91cm)
Hair - 74" (187cm)
68" (172cm)
48" to 68" (121-172cm)
48" (121cm)
3.Mark the locations of the four mounting holes and the conduit entrance location on the wall.
(The conduit entrance is the proper hole diameter for 1/2 inch (13mm) conduit.)
4.Fasten the backplate to the wall where previously marked.
RECOMMENDATION:
Wood wall – No. 14 (M6) wood screws, 2 3/4” (70mm) long
Cement or brick – 1/4” (M6) stud expansion bolts, 3” (76mm) long
Hollow wall – 1/4” (M6) toggle bolts, length depends on wall thickness
5. Run service wire to the dryer location and connect to lead wires.
IMPORTANT: All units must be supplied with 3 wire service. Use No. 12 or 14 wire as
required by local electrical code. The ground wire must be connected to the dryer ground
screw. Unit must be installed by a qualified, licensed electrician.
CONNECT TO A DEDICATED CIRCUIT NOT TO EXCEED 20 AMPS.
Dryers located in shower rooms or other wet locations should be equipped with ground fault
interrupter(s).
6.
Carefully replace the cover using (2) tamper-proof screws supplied. Apply a bead of caulk
around edges of cover to wall.
7/16
(11mm)
8 15/16
(227MM)
MOUNTING HOLES FOR
1/4” (M6) DIA. SCREWS
6 3/16
(208mm)
1 7/8 (48mm)
“A”
7/16
(11mm)
8 7/16
(214mm)
FLOOR
Figure 1 - Dryer Mounting
7/8 (22mm) DIA. IN-WALL
& SURFACE CONDUIT
ENTRANCES
Owner’s Manual Advantage ™ Series Hand Dryers
For Installation or Service
Assistance Please Call
(734) 421-2400 or
Email: sales@americandryer.com
Important: Have Model & Serial No. Ready
Model #______ Serial #______
Advantage DRYER LIMITED WARRANTY
All parts are warranted to the original consumer purchaser to be free from defects
in material and workmanship for a period of five (5) years from the date of purchase
from manufacturer. All models outside of the U.S.A., one (1) year. We will replace
FREE OF CHARGE, during the warranty period, any warranted part which proves
defective in material and/or workmanship under normal installation, use, and service,
excluding normal wear. Replacement parts can be obtained by returning the part,
TRANSPORTATION CHARGES PREPAID. You must notify factory prior to returning
part or dryer. Any damage to this dryer as a result of misuse, abuse, neglect, accident,
improper installation, unauthorized repairs, or any other use violative of instructions
furnished by us, WILL VOID THIS WARRANTY. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS THE
SOLE WARRANTY ON OUR PRODUCTS, AND WE DISCLAIM AND EXCLUDE ANY
AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
OUR LIABILITY SHALL NOT EXCEED IN ANY EVENT THE REPLACEMENT OR SALE
PRICE OF THE ALLEGEDLY NONCONFORMING PRODUCT AND SHALL EXCLUDE
LABOR CHARGES. TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW WE SHALL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS, COST, EXPENSE, OR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, WHETHER BASED UPON WARRANTY (EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED), CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR STRICT LIABILITY AND ARISING IN
ANY WAY IN CONNECTION WITH THE DESIGN, MANUFACTURE, SALE, USE OR
REPAIR OF THE PRODUCT.
Advantage SERIES
MFD by AMERICAN DRYER, INC.
33067 INDUSTRIAL ROAD, LIVONIA, MI 48150, U.S.A.
Telephone (734) 421-2400 • Fax (734) 421-5580
www.americandryer.com • Email: sales@americandryer.com
Revised July 2013
HandDryerSupply.com | 804-859-2498 | sales@handdryersupply.com
DANGER: Disconnect Power Before Servicing
Failure to disconnect the power source before installation or
servicing can result in serious injury or death from electrical shock.
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WARNING: Risk of fire, personal injury or property damage
may result from improper installation or service.
GENERAL OPERATION
This dryer is activated by an infrared sensor. The dryer operates as long as hands are below
nozzle. There is a maximum 35 second running time with a safety over-ride feature, if hands are
not removed. Each component used in your dryer has been designed to provide years of troublefree service. However, if trouble should develop, it can normally be located by visual examination.
Removal or replacement of most parts is simple and can be done without special tools.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE OF YOUR DRYER
IF THE DRYER WON’T TURN ON:
Check electrical service, circuit breaker. Make sure proper voltage is being supplied to the dryer.
Check for loose or disconnected terminal to sensor. INCREASE sensitivity (Figure 3) by using
a flat-blade screwdriver and CAREFULLY turning the adjustment pot located on the sensor
CLOCKWISE 1/3 Turn MAX. If necessary, replace sensor.
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8
1
2
3
4
10
5
11
6
IF DRYER WILL NOT SHUT OFF:
Make certain black foam is attached to lens and lens is clean. If damaged, replace. DECREASE
sensitivity (Figure 3) by using a small flat-blade screwdriver and CAREFULLY turning the adjustment pot COUNTER-CLOCKWISE 1/3 Turn MAX. If necessary, replace sensor.
IF COLD AIR IS COMING FROM THE NOZZLE:
Turn off breaker for 30 seconds to reset thermostat. If required, remove the cover and vent, check
the heating element. If the element is broken or burned out, replace it.
IF NO AIR IS COMING FROM THE NOZZLE AND HEATING ELEMENT GLOWS:
Remove the cover and check to see that the fan revolves freely. Check and replace motor, if
required.
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Figure 2 - Exploded View
FOR ANY OTHER PROBLEM, CONTACT FACTORY FOR ASSISTANCE.
CLEANING - DO NOT spray cleaning solvents thru dryer vents. DO NOT use abrasive,
chlorinated, or highly alkaline cleaners. DO NOT use oil-based cleaners.
SEMI-ANNUALLY remove the cover and clean all lint and dust from the mechanism, inside of
cover, and plastic window.
Clean cover with a mild soap or detergent and warm water, using a soft cloth or sponge.
PARTS LIST FOR YOUR DRYER (Figure 2)
ITEM
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
GX202
COVER, WHITE ABS (MUST SPECIFY DRYER MODEL #)
2
GX202-M
COVER, WHITE STEEL (MUST SPECIFY DRYER MODEL#)
3
GX202-BG
COVER, BLACK GRAPHITE STEEL (SPECIFY DRYER MODEL#)
4
GX202-C
COVER, CHROME PLATED STEEL (SPECIFY DRYER MODEL #)
5
GX202-SS
COVER, STAINLESS STEEL (SPECIFY DRYER MODEL #)
6
GX212
VENT ASS’Y W/ LENS AND FOAM GASKET
7
AD216
MOTOR, 110-120V INCLUDES BLOWER WHEEL
8
GX218
HEATING ELEMENT 110-120V 9
GX228
BLOWER WHEEL
10
SM239
SMART SENSOR COMPLETE, 100-240 VOLT
11
SM239-HAIR HAIR DRYER SMART SENSOR 100-240 VOLT
12
GB232
TAMPER-PROOF SCREWS & SECURITY WRENCH
+
Figure 3 Sensitivity Adjustment
HandDryerSupply.com | 804-859-2498 | sales@handdryersupply.com
Jay Harnish
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