Frontload Washer
Refer to Page 7 for Model Identification
Programming
Frontload Washer
FLW88R_SVG
Original Instructions
Keep These Instructions for Future Reference.
(If this machine changes ownership, this manual must accompany machine.)
Part No. 805407R4
August 2016
WARNING
Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this machine according to the manufacturer's instructions
may result in conditions which can produce bodily
injury and/or property damage.
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WARNING
For your safety and to reduce the risk of fire or an
explosion, do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or
any other appliance.
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NOTE: The WARNING and IMPORTANT instructions appearing in this manual are not meant to cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur. It must
be understood that common sense, caution, and carefulness are factors which cannot be built into these
washers. These factors MUST BE supplied by the person(s) installing, maintaining, or operating the washer.
Always contact the distributor, service agent, or the manufacturer
about any problems or conditions you do not understand.
Read all instructions before using washer.
Hazardous voltage inside. Disconnect power before servicing.
This product uses FreeRTOS V7.2.0 (www.freertos.org).
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Table of Contents
Model Identification............................................................................... 7
Preliminary Information.........................................................................9
About the Control........................................................................................... 9
Glossary of Terms...........................................................................................9
Power Failure Recovery.................................................................................. 9
Serial Card Reader Communications (Card Models Only).................................. 9
Control Identification........................................................................... 10
Select Cycle Pads..........................................................................................10
Display Identification............................................................................ 11
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs)........................................................................11
CYCLE LED............................................................................................ 11
WASH LED.............................................................................................. 11
RINSE LED..............................................................................................11
SPIN LED................................................................................................ 11
DOOR LOCKED LED.............................................................................. 11
7-Segment Digits.......................................................................................... 11
Washer Operation.................................................................................12
Power Up..................................................................................................... 12
Ready Mode................................................................................................. 12
Partial Vend Mode........................................................................................ 12
Additional Vend Mode.................................................................................. 12
Start Mode................................................................................................... 12
End of Cycle Mode....................................................................................... 12
Door Locking Mode......................................................................................12
Door Unlocking Mode...................................................................................12
Cycle Sequence............................................................................................ 12
Closing Washer Door.................................................................................... 13
Signals.........................................................................................................13
Changing Cycles...........................................................................................13
Special Features ................................................................................... 14
Programming Control....................................................................................14
Collecting Audit Information......................................................................... 14
Testing Machine and Control Functions.......................................................... 14
Rapid Advance Feature................................................................................. 14
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Clearing the Vend Feature .............................................................................14
Communications Mode..................................................................................14
Coin Drop.................................................................................................... 14
Start Pulse Operation.....................................................................................14
Service Door and Coin Vault Openings........................................................... 14
OPL Mode................................................................................................... 14
Opening the Service Door..................................................................... 16
Stacked Washers and Dryers, 10 Degree Front Control Washers and Coin Rear
Control Washers........................................................................................ 16
Rear Control Washers with Card Reader......................................................... 16
OPL Models................................................................................................. 17
Preparing for Manual Mode........................................................................17
Entering the Manual Mode................................................................... 19
How to Enter the Manual Mode......................................................................19
Manual Mode Navigation.............................................................................. 19
Programming Control...........................................................................21
What Can Be Programmed.............................................................................21
Programmable Options Available .................................................................. 21
Vend Price AtS............................................................................................. 22
Coin 1 Value dEn1........................................................................................ 23
Coin 2 Value dEn2........................................................................................ 23
Start Pulse Value PLSE..................................................................................24
Cycle Length CyCL...................................................................................... 24
Default Cycle dCyC...................................................................................... 24
Card Reader Display Control CArd................................................................ 24
Audio Signal AUd........................................................................................ 25
How to Program the Audio Signal...............................................................25
Error Code Programming Err......................................................................... 25
Water Level FLvL.........................................................................................26
Number of Balance Attempts with No Loss of Time bALA...............................26
OPL Parameters oPL.....................................................................................26
Collecting Audit Information................................................................ 27
How to Enter Audit Feature........................................................................... 27
Entering the Audit Feature by Manual Mode................................................... 27
Entering the Audit Feature with the Coin Vault Open....................................... 27
How to Read Audit Data................................................................................27
How to Exit Audit Feature............................................................................. 27
Manual Reset........................................................................................28
How to Enter Manual Reset........................................................................... 28
Testing Machine and Electronic Control Functions............................... 29
How to Enter Testing Feature......................................................................... 29
How to Start Tests.........................................................................................29
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How to Exit Testing Feature ..........................................................................29
Diagnostic (Testing) Mode – Quick Reference Chart........................................ 29
Diagnostic Test Descriptions.......................................................................... 31
Control Software Version Number Test d 1.................................................. 32
Drive Board #1 Software Version Test d 3....................................................32
Water Level Trim Test d 7.......................................................................... 32
Service Door Opening Test d 8................................................................... 32
Coin Vault Opening Test d 9.......................................................................32
Coin Drop 1 Input Test d 10....................................................................... 32
Coin Drop 2 Input Test d 11........................................................................32
Vend Connection Header Present Test d 12.................................................. 32
Start Pulse Test d 13.................................................................................. 33
Door Switch Input Test d 15....................................................................... 33
Door Lock Input Test d 16..........................................................................33
Show Fill Time Test d 17........................................................................... 33
Show Drain Time Test d 18........................................................................ 33
Out of Balance Switch Test d 22................................................................. 33
External Outputs Test d 23......................................................................... 33
Water Purge Test d 24................................................................................ 33
Water Leak Detection Test d 25.................................................................. 34
Water Level Test d 26................................................................................ 34
DC Bus Voltage Test d 27...........................................................................34
AC Mains Voltage Test d 28....................................................................... 34
Configuration 1 Display Test d 29...............................................................34
Configuration 2 Display Test d 30...............................................................37
Configuration 3 Display Test d 31...............................................................37
Configuration 4 Display Test d 32...............................................................37
Configuration 5 Display Test d 33...............................................................38
Factory Test..................................................................................................38
To Enter Factory Test.................................................................................38
To Exit Factory Test...................................................................................39
Factory Test Quick Reference Chart............................................................ 39
Error Codes..........................................................................................42
Rapid Advance Feature.........................................................................48
How to Enter Rapid Advance.........................................................................48
How to Exit Rapid Advance Feature............................................................... 48
Power Fail Recovery............................................................................. 49
Communications Mode......................................................................... 50
Card Reader Communications - Card Models Only.......................................... 50
Default Cycle Time .............................................................................. 51
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Model Identification
Model Identification
Information in this manual is applicable to these washer models:
BFNBCASG113TN01
HFNBXRSP113FW01
SFNBXASP303AW12
BFNBCASG113TW01
HFNBYASG113CW01
SFNBXASP303NW22
BFNBCASP113TW01
HFNBYASP113CW01
SFNBXASP303ZQ01
BFNBEASP113CN01
HTEBCASP173TW01
SFNBXASP303ZW01
BFNBEASP113CW01
HTEBDASP283CW01
SFNBXASP543DW01
BFNBLBSP303AW01
HTEBXASP133DW01
SFNBXRSP113TW01
BFNBLBSP543NW01
HTEBXASP173FW28
SFNBXRSP113TW02
BFNBXASP113FW01
HTEBXASP283CW01
SFNBYASG113TW01
BFNBXASP303AW01
HTEBXASP293CW01
SFNBYASP113TW01
BFNBYASP113TW01
HTEBXASP543DW01
SFNBYRSP113TW01
BTEBCASP173TW01
HTEBYASP283CW01
STEBCASP173TQ01
BTEBEASP283CW01
HTGBCASP113TW01
STEBCASP173TW01
BTEBLASP433AW01
HTGBDASP093CW01
STEBXASP133DW01
BTEBXASP173FW27
HTGBXASP093CW01
STEBXASP173FW28
BTEBXASP433AW01
HTGBXASP113FW28
STEBXASP173TQ01
BTEBYASP173TW01
HTGBXASP123DW01
STEBXASP173TW01
BTGBCASP113TW01
HTGBXASP543DW01
STEBXASP303NW22
BTGBLASP303AW01
HTGBYASP093CW01
STEBXASP303UW01
BTGBXASP113FW27
HTGBYASP113TW01
STEBXASP433AW01
BTGBXASP303AW01
NTEBXASP303NW01
STEBXASP433AW12
BTGBYASP113TW01
NTEBXASP303NW22
STEBXASP543DW01
HFNBCASG113TN01
NTGBXASP303NW01
STEBXASP543ZW01
HFNBCASG113TQ01
NTLBXASP303NW26
STEBYASP173TW01
HFNBCASG113TW01
SFNBCASG113TQ01
STGBCASP113TW01
HFNBCASP113TN01
SFNBCASG113TW01
STGBXASG113TW01
HFNBCASP113TQ01
SFNBCASP113TQ01
STGBXASP113FW28
HFNBCASP113TW01
SFNBCASP113TW01
STGBXASP113TW01
HFNBCRSP113TW01
SFNBCRSP113TW01
STGBXASP123DW01
HFNBDASG113CW01
SFNBCRSP113TW02
STGBXASP303AW01
HFNBDASP113CW01
SFNBXASG083JW01
STGBXASP303AW12
HFNBEASP113CW01
SFNBXASG113TQ01
STGBXASP303NW22
Table continues...
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Model Identification
HFNBXASP113CW01
SFNBXASG113TW01
STGBXASP303ZW01
HFNBXASP113FQ01
SFNBXASP113FW01
STGBXASP543DW01
HFNBXASP113FW01
SFNBXASP113TQ01
STGBYASP113TW01
HFNBXASP123DW01
SFNBXASP113TW01
TTEBXASP303NW22
HFNBXASP303NW22
SFNBXASP123DW01
HFNBXASP543DW01
SFNBXASP303AW01
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Preliminary Information
Preliminary Information
About the Control
to pay for cycles. The card reader can also allow the owner to
program a limited number of features and collect audit information.
This control is an advanced, programmable computer that lets the
owner control most machine features by pressing a sequence of
keypads.
For detailed information on serial card reader communications,
refer to instructions included with card reader.
The control allows the owner to set vend prices, retrieve audit information, run diagnostic tests and set other programmable features. Washers shipped from the factory have a default cycle setting of NORMAL COLD built in. However, the owner can
change the default cycle, or any cycle, as needs permit.
IMPORTANT: In the event of a power failure, the control
will not have to be reprogrammed. It is designed with a
memory system that will remember how it was programmed until the electrical power is restored.
IMPORTANT: It is extremely important that the washer
has a good ground connection and that all mechanical
and electrical connections to the control are made before applying power to or operating the washer.
Glossary of Terms
The following are a few terms and abbreviations to learn. These
are referred to throughout the instructions.
Display – This term refers to the window area of the control that
displays words and values.
LED (Light Emitting Diode) – This term refers to the lights next
to the keypads and status words of the control.
Power Failure Recovery
If a cycle is in progress and the power fails, the cycle status is
saved in memory. When the power recovers, the washer will resume into the previously active cycle if so programmed by the
owner.
The owner may program a special feature called POWER FAIL
RESET which sets a maximum power failure duration. To program this feature, refer to Programming Control.
If the length of the power failure is greater than the POWER
FAIL RESET time, the control will end the cycle and the display
will revert back to the ready mode.
On drain pump models, if the wash basket is full of water, the
control will lock the door and pump out the water.
Serial Card Reader Communications
(Card Models Only)
The control will accept communication with a serial card reader
in order to perform vending transactions when a card is inserted
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Control Identification
Control Identification
Select Cycle Pads
SELECT CYCLE pads are used to select the specific washer cycle. These pads include NORMAL HOT, NORMAL WARM,
NORMAL COLD, PERM PRESS WARM and DELICATES
COLD. These pads allow the user to select a cycle other than the
default cycle (NORMAL COLD).
The SELECT CYCLE keypads are not active after the first fill
step of the cycle. The selected cycle is indicated by the light
(LED) on the pad. Pressing the flashing START pad will confirm
the selection and the cycle will begin.
When a card reader is used, pressing the START pad will start the
cycle and deduct the vend price from the card.
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LED Light
SELECT CYCLE pads
Four 7-Segment Digits
Display
LED Status Lights
START pad
Figure 1
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Display Identification
Display Identification
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs)
LIGHT EMITTING DIODES (LEDs) are used to indicate the
chosen cycle and cycle status. See below for information on each
LED.
CYCLE LED
CYCLE LED will remain lit the entire cycle.
WASH LED
WASH LED is lit at the beginning of a wash portion of the cycle
and will remain lit until the wash is complete.
RINSE LED
RINSE LED is lit at the beginning of a rinse portion of the cycle
and will remain lit until the rinse is complete.
SPIN LED
SPIN LED is lit during the Final Spin portion of the cycle.
DOOR LOCKED LED
DOOR LOCKED LED is lit whenever the door is locked. The
door can't be opened when this LED is lit.
7-Segment Digits
The 7-SEGMENT DIGITS are used to display the time remaining in a cycle, vend price, error messages and descriptive codes.
During diagnostic testing or manual programming of the control,
these digits will display descriptive codes and values.
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Washer Operation
Washer Operation
Power Up
When power is applied to the washer, the control will display its
control type as FL, software version as SXXX (XX is the version
number) for one (1) second each. If the control was not powered
down during a running cycle, it will enter the Ready Mode.
Ready Mode
In this mode of operation the display shows the current selected
cycle, and the full current vend price for that cycle.
To start the cycle, the user must satisfy the vend price and then
press the START keypad.
The user will be able to select a different cycle by pressing a cycle pad when the machine is in the ready mode or before the first
fill is complete.
Partial Vend Mode
The control enters this mode when part of the vend price has been
entered but not enough vend is entered to satisfy the vend price.
The control will display the remaining vend price needed to start
the cycle.
Additional Vend Mode
The control enters this mode if a change is made before the first
fill is complete. If the vend price is not satisfied within one (1)
minute, the washer control will go back to the first selection and
the cycle will continue. Pressing the START keypad will cancel
cycle changes and exit this mode. After the first fill, all key
presses will be ignored, allowing the washer to go through the
complete cycle.
Start Mode
The control enters this mode when the full vend price is satisfied,
the vend price is zero, or the control is in OPL Mode. The
START pad LED will flash one (1) second on and one (1) second
off. If Start Mode is entered because the vend price is satisfied or
the control is in OPL Mode, the display will show PUSH for one
(1) second, Strt for one (1) second and the current cycle time
for one (1) second. If Start Mode is entered because the vend
price is zero (0), the display will show FrEE. When first entering
Start Mode, a signal will sound for one (1) second on and one (1)
second off for 10 seconds if Signal for Start is enabled.
After pressing the START keypad, the door will lock and the cycle will begin.
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End of Cycle Mode
When a cycle is complete, the control will display 00 until the
washer is opened, a key is pressed, or a coin/card is entered.
When one of these three options occurs, the display will revert
back to the ready mode.
Door Locking Mode
The control enters this mode after the Start pad is pressed in Start
Mode or Pause Mode to start or resume a machine cycle. The
control will stay in Door Locking Mode until the loading door is
closed and locked. The control shows the remaining cycle time
and the Door Lock LED flashes one second on/off.
Once the door is locked, the control will exit Door Locking Mode
and will enter Run Mode. If the door is opened prior to being
locked, the control will return to Start Mode.
Door Unlocking Mode
This mode is entered when there is no time left in the cycle or
when pausing the cycle while in Run Mode. The door will unlock
after the basket stops spinning. The display will continue to flash
the remaining cycle time every second or if the next mode is End
of Cycle Mode, it will flash 01 every second. If the next mode is
Pause Mode, the display will flash PAUS every second. If the
drive board determines that the water temperature is too hot to
drain or unlock the door, the display will flash Hot in addition to
the other displays.
The machine will always drain water down to an empty level before attempting to unlock the door. If after the programmed time
of draining, the water level is still not low enough, the control
will enter Machine Error Mode with a drain error, if enabled.
Otherwise the control will continue to drain until it sees the machine empty.
The Start key can be pressed while in this mode as long as Machine Error Mode or End of Cycle Mode is not the next mode. If
the Start key is pressed and the next mode is Pause Mode or Start
Mode, the next mode entered will be Door Locking Mode. Otherwise the press is invalid. All other keys are invalid while in this
mode. Once Door Unlocking Mode is exited, the control will enter the next mode.
Cycle Sequence
Upon the start of a cycle, the control will display the total cycle
time. The appropriate LEDs will light while the machine passes
through different cycle steps. Any coin entered after the first fill
completes will be added to the total coin counter, but the user will
not be able to change cycles.
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Washer Operation
Closing Washer Door
If the door is not closed when the vend price is satisfied, CLos
and door will be displayed until the door is closed. Once door is
closed, the START pad must be pressed to lock door and start the
cycle. If the door does not lock within 20 seconds of being
closed, EdL1 will be displayed, indicating a door lock error,
while the door continues to try to lock.
If the door locks after 20 seconds, the door lock error will clear
and the cycle will continue normally. The door can be opened to
clear the door lock error as well.
Signals
There are five options when a signal can be used during the
washer operation. These five options are listed below:
1. End of Cycle Signal By default, this signal is turned off. If
turned on, the signal sounds for three (3) seconds at the end of
a cycle.
2. Signal On Keypad Depression By default, this signal is
turned on and sounds for a quarter of a second each time a
keypad is pressed.
3. Signal On Coin Input/Card Insertion By default, this signal
is turned on and will sound for a quarter of a second each time
a coin or card is entered.
4. Signal for Serial or Network Vending Command By default, this signal is turned on for a quarter of a second when
the control receives a valid serial or network vend command.
5. Signal for Start By default, this signal is turned on and will
sound one (1) second on and one (1) second off for 10 seconds after vend price has been satisfied.
NOTE: Refer to Programming Control to program signal
options.
Changing Cycles
Cycles can be changed any time before the first fill is complete.
After the first fill is complete, all key presses are ignored.
Selecting a higher priced cycle will pause the cycle until the vend
price has been satisfied. After the vend price has been satisfied,
the cycle will continue with the new selection. If the vend price is
not satisfied within 1 minute, the washer control will go back to
the previously set cycle.
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Special Features
Special Features
Programming Control
The control allows the owner to program the control with the use
of the keypad. Cycle and vend information may be programmed,
audit information may be viewed and diagnostic tests may be run
by pressing keypad combinations.
Collecting Audit Information
The control stores audit information in its memory that can be retrieved by pressing various combinations of Select Cycle pads.
For more information on the audit features, refer to Collecting
Audit Information.
Testing Machine and Control Functions
Special diagnostic features built into the control allow the owner
to run specific diagnostic tests. By opening and closing the service door and then pressing various sequences of Select Cycle
pads, the owner may perform the following tests:
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Control Software Version # Test
Drive Board #1 Software Version Test
Water Level Trim Test
Service Door Switch Input Test
Coin Vault Switch Input Test
Coin Drop #1 Input Test
Coin Drop #2 Input Test
Vend Connection Header Present Input Test
Start Pulse Input Test
Door Switch Input Test*
Door Lock Switch Input Test*
Show Fill Time Test
Show Drain Time Test
Out of Balance Switch Input Test
External Output Test*
Water Purge Test*
Water Leak Detection Test*
Water Level Test
DC Bus Voltage Test
AC Mains Voltage Test
Machine Configuration #1 Display Test
Machine Configuration #2 Display Test
Machine Configuration #3 Display Test
Machine Configuration #4 Display Test
Machine Configuration #5 Display Test
* Tests can only be entered when in Start or Ready Mode.
For detailed information on running diagnostic tests, refer to Testing Machine and Electronic Control Functions.
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Rapid Advance Feature
This feature allows the user to quickly advance through an active
cycle or advance into a cycle from the Ready Mode. This feature
is useful when tests must be performed immediately on a machine currently in an active cycle. In this case, the user can quickly advance through the cycle to the Ready Mode. At this point,
the user can perform the required tests and then return the machine to the active cycle.
Clearing the Vend Feature
This feature allows the user to return the control back to the
Ready Mode if coins have been entered but the full vend price
has not yet been satisfied, while in Partial Vend Mode.
For more information on using the Clear Vend feature, refer to
Clear Vend Feature.
Communications Mode
This feature allows the control to communicate with an external
device or a card reader. This allows the control to be programmed
and have its data read without using the keypad.
Coin Drop
The control will accept pulses from a single or dual coin drop to
satisfy vend price. Each coin drop will have the ability to satisfy
the vend.
Start Pulse Operation
The control will accept pulses from optional payment systems.
The Start Pulse Mode allows the machine to go from the Ready
Mode to the Start Mode after pulses are received.
Service Door and Coin Vault Openings
The control will capture the times and dates of the last seven
openings of the Coin Vault and the Service Door. The information is saved in memory. An open service door and a closed coin
vault combined with various keypad presses allows the control to
enter manual modes of operation if the Break-In Alarm is not on.
These modes include Manual Programming, Audit Collection,
Diagnostics, Rapid Advance, and Reset to Factory Defaults.
OPL Mode
This feature allows the user to start a cycle without satisfying the
vend price.
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Special Features
For details on enabling OPL Mode, refer to Programming Control.
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Opening the Service Door
Opening the Service Door
Stacked Washers and Dryers, 10
Degree Front Control Washers and
Coin Rear Control Washers
Manual programming requires the user to open and close the
service door. Opening and closing the service door trips a switch
allowing access to various programming options, diagnostics, and
audit capabilities. On coin models, the coin vault switch must be
closed to enter Manual Mode.
The service door is located in the control panel on the Stacked
Washer and Dryers and Front Control Washers. On Rear Control
Washers, the service door is located on the top of the meter case.
Refer to Figure 2 .
After opening and closing the service door, the programmer has
4.25 minutes to begin programming. If a keypad has not been
pressed in that time, the control will revert back to the Ready
Mode. Refer to Figure 2 .
Rear Control Washers with Card Reader
Manual programming requires the user to remove the control
panel and unplug the bullet connector located between the
“white/black” and “red/blue” wires. This will allow the user to
access various programming options, diagnostics, and audit capabilities. Refer to Figure 2 .
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Opening the Service Door
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OPL Models
Preparing for Manual Mode
Manual programming requires the user to remove the cabinet top
or control panel and unplug the bullet connector located between
the “white/black” and “red/blue” wires. This will allow the user
to access various programming options, diagnostics, and audit capabilities. Refer to Figure 3 .
FLW31R_SVG
Single Units
1. Remove the screws from the back of the top panel that attach
the top panel to the machine.
2. From the back of the machine, using a screwdriver, pry the
top panel upward and towards you.
3. Remove the screws from the top of the control panel that attach the control panel to the machine.
4. Remove the screws from the bottom of the control panel that
attach the control panel to the machine.
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NOTE: When reinstalling the control panel, be sure to
align the control panel’s tabs with the machine’s tabs.
FLW32R_SVG
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Stack Units
1. Remove the screws from the bottom of the dryer front panel.
2. Remove the screws that attach the bottom of the dryer base to
the frontload washer’s control panel.
3. To gain access to the control panel’s components, tilt the dryer back slightly and insert a 27-inch 2 x 2 between the dryer
and washer.
4. As an alternative, remove the control panel using putty knives.
a. Insert a thin putty knife between the frontload washer’s
control panel and front panel to disengage the control panel’s tabs.
b. The control panel’s tabs are located 8.71 inches from the
edge of the left and right side panels.
W521I_SVG
2
FLW6R_SVG1
1. Service Door
2. Control Panel
Figure 2
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Opening the Service Door
FLW2384N_SVG
SWD990N_SVG
Figure 3
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Entering the Manual Mode
Entering the Manual Mode
How to Enter the Manual Mode
For programming, testing, and retrieving information from the
control, it is often necessary to enter the Manual Mode by following the four simple steps below. For an overview of entering the
Manual Mode, refer to the flowchart on the following page.
1. If accessing Diagnostic Tests that take control of machine operation, be sure the washer is in the Start or Ready Mode before continuing to step 2. If the washer is in an active cycle,
rapid advance through the cycle. Refer to Rapid Advance
Feature.
2. Open the service door.
NOTE: The coin vault switch must be closed to enter Manual Mode.
3. While pressing and holding the PERM PRESS WARM keypad with one hand, press the NORMAL HOT keypad with the
other hand.
4. The display will show rAPd.
5. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the options until the desired option appears in the display.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad.
NOTE: After entering Manual Mode, if no keypads
are pressed for 4.25 minutes, the control will return
to the previous mode of operation.
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7. To exit, press the PERM PRESS WARM ( < ) keypad. The
control will revert back to Ready Mode.
Manual Mode Navigation
Manual Mode is broken into five groups: Manual Programming,
Manual Read Audit, Manual Reset, Manual Rapid Advance and
Manual Diagnostics. Manual Programming can only be turned on
or off with an external device or the network. Refer to the appropriate instruction manual. Manual Rapid Advance and Manual
Diagnostics can be turned on and off using an external device, by
manual programming, or with the network.
By default, all groups are turned on.
The manual features available in each group are as follows (the
menu shown on the display in this mode is in parentheses).
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•
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•
•
Manual Programming (Prog)
Manual Read Audit (AUdt)
Manual Reset (rSEt)
Rapid Advance (rAPd)
Manual Diagnostic Tests (diAg)
If a group is turned off, the display will change from the selected
feature to oFF when the START (enter) pad is pressed. An audio
signal will then sound for one (1) second and the display will return to the selected feature. The features in the group cannot be
entered.
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Entering the Manual Mode
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Manual Mode: Enter by opening the service door for at least 1 second and then closing service door. Then press PERM PRESS
WARM and NORMAL HOT keypads at the same time.
Press the NORMAL WARM or DELICATES COLD keypad to scroll through the Manual Mode options.
Press the START keypad to enter any sub-menu options.
"rAPd"
Rapid Advance
"Prog "
Manual Programming
"AUdt"
Manual Read
Audit
Press the START keypad to
begin Rapid Advance cycle and
to advance through cycle steps.
Press the START keypad to
enter Manual Programming.
Refer to Manual
Programming flowchart.
"CyC"
Total machine cycles
Press the START (enter)
keypad to read audit.
"Coi1"
Total coins #1
Press the START (enter)
keypad to read audit.
"Coi2"
Total coins #2
Press the START (enter)
keypad to read audit.
"PLSE"
Total start pulses
Press the START (enter)
keypad to read audit.
Press the START keypad to enter
Manual Reset Mode.
"rSEt"
Manual Reset
"diAg"
Diagnostic
Tests
Press the START keypad to
enter Diagnostic Tests. Refer to
Diagnostic Tests flowchart.
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Programming Control
What Can Be Programmed
For an overview of the programming organization, refer to the
flowcharts on the following pages.
This feature allows the owner to program cycle information,
standard vend pricing and other features by using the keypads.
The control must have the Manual Programming Mode enabled,
which is the factory default.
For more advanced users, a quick reference list of the options
available through the programming mode is located on this page.
NOTE: The letters and numbers in the Option Display
column of the Programmable Options List are what will
be shown in the display when that option is selected.
This mode can only be turned “OFF” and “ON” by using an external device.
Programmable Options Available
Refer to this section when programming the control. This section
offers a detailed description of all options available to program.
Each description includes instructions on when and why the option might be used and, more importantly, how to program the
option.
Option Number
Option Display
Description
Factory Default
Value Range
1
AtS
Vend Price
200
0 - 65,535
2
dEn1
Coin #1 Value
25
1 - 65,535
3
dEn2
Coin #2 Value
100
1 - 65,535
4
PLSE
Start Pulse Value
25
1 - 65,535
5
CyCL
Cycle Length
3
3-5
6
dCyC
Default Cycle
3
1-5
7
CArd
Card Reader Display
Control
oFF
on/oFF
8
AUd
Audio Signal
on
on/oFF
9
Err
Errors Menu
on
on/oFF
10
SUd 1
Suds Removal Routine
Display
oFF
on/oFF
11
SUd 2
Suds Removal Routines Allowed Per Cycle
1
0-10
12
SUd 3
Suds Removal Routine
Extra Time
on
on/oFF
13
14
FLvL
bALA
Water Level
Number of Balance Attempts with No Loss of
Time
10
Through Serial No.
1506011826 = 4
1 - 30
1-7
Starting Serial No.
1506011827 = 7
Table continues...
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Option Number
15
Option Display
oPL
Description
OPL Mode
"Prog"
Manual Programming
Press the
START keypad.
Press the
NORMAL WARM
or the DELICATES COLD keypad
to scroll through the
programmable
options.
"AtS”
Vend Price
Factory Default
oFF
Value Range
on/oFF
To enter a programming
option, press the START
keypad. To exit, press
the PERM PRESS WARM keypad.
"dEn1"
Coin #1 Value
"dEn2"
Coin #2 Value
"PLSE"
Start Pulse Value
"CyCL"
Cycle Length
"dCYC"
Default Cycle
"CArd"
Card Reader
Display Control
"AUd"
Audio Signal
"Err"
Errors
"SUd1"
Suds Removal
Routine Display
"SUd2"
Suds Removal Routines
Allowed Per Cycle
"FLvL"
Water Level
"SUd3"
Suds Removal Routine
Extra Time
"bALA"
Balance Attempts
"oPL"
OPL Mode
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Vend Price AtS
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad until Prog appears in the display. Press the
START (enter) keypad. AtS will appear in the display.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad. All LEDs will be lit to show
which cycle/temperature price is being programmed.
4. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the value of the fifth digit.
NOTE: The vend price can be set from 0 to 65,535.
The factory default setting is 200.
5. Press the START (enter) keypad to enter the fifth digit and
display remaining four digits. The active digit will flash one
second on and one second off.
NOTE: To go back to the current programmable option without changing the value, press the PERM
PRESS WARM (<) keypad.
6. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the value of the active digit
and the START (enter) keypad to enter the value of the digit
and advance to the next digit.
7. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct value appears in the display. The new value is saved and the next option will appear in the display.
Coin 1 Value dEn1
This option allows the owner to set a specific numerical value for
a coin entered. For example, in the United States the coin value
for one quarter would be measured in cents (25). Therefore, the
coin value entered for one quarter would be 00025.
If the Vend Price is set for “.75”, and the Coin Value is set for
“00025”, the vend price displayed will decrease by 0.25 for each
coin entered and 3 coins will need to be entered to satisfy the
vend price.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad until Prog appears in the display. Press the
START (enter) keypad, and AtS will appear in the display.
3. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options until
dEn1 appears in the display.
4. When dEn1 appears in the display, press the START (enter)
keypad. There are five digits in the Coin 1 Value. The fifth
digit will appear in the display and will flash one second on,
one second off.
5. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the value of the fifth digit.
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NOTE: The coin value can be set from 1 to 65,535.
The factory default setting is 25.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad to enter the fifth digit and
display remaining four digits. The active digit will flash one
second on and one second off.
NOTE: To go back to the current programmable option without changing the value, press the PERM
PRESS WARM (<) keypad.
7. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the value of the active digit
and the START (enter) keypad to enter the value of the digit
and advance to the next digit.
8. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct value appears in the display. The new value is saved and the next option will appear in the display.
Coin 2 Value dEn2
This option allows the owner to set a specific numerical value for
a coin entered when using a dual coin drop. For example, the coin
value for a dollar coin would be measured in cents (1.00). Therefore, the coin value entered for one dollar coin would be 00100.
If the Vend Price is set for “2.00”, and the Coin Value is set for
“00100”, the vend price displayed will decrease by 1.00 for each
dollar coin entered.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad until Prog appears in the display. Press the
START (enter) keypad, and AtS will appear in the display.
3. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options until
dEn2 appears in the display.
4. When dEn2 appears in the display, press the START (enter)
keypad. There are five digits in the Coin 2 Value. The fifth
digit will appear in the display and will flash one second on,
one second off.
5. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the value of the fifth digit.
NOTE: The coin value can be set from 1 to 65,535.
The factory default setting is 100.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad to enter the fifth digit and
display remaining four digits. The active digit will flash one
second on and one second off.
NOTE: To go back to the current programmable option without changing the value, press the PERM
PRESS WARM (<) keypad.
7. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the value of the active digit
and the START (enter) keypad to enter the value of the digit
and advance to the next digit.
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8. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct value appears in the display. The new value is saved and the next option will appear in the display.
Start Pulse Value PLSE
This option allows the owner to program the value of the Start
Pulse if used for multiple pulses with an after-market central card
reader or pay system.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad until Prog appears in the display. Press the
START (enter) keypad, and AtS will appear in the display.
3. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options until
PLSE appears in the display.
4. When PLSE appears in the display, press the START (enter)
keypad. There are five digits in the Start Pulse Value. The
fifth digit will appear in the display and will flash one second
on, one second off.
5. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the value of the fifth digit.
NOTE: The Start Pulse Value can be set from 1 to
65,535. The factory default setting is 25.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad to enter the fifth digit and
display remaining four digits. The active digit will flash one
second on and one second off.
NOTE: To go back to the current programmable option without changing the value, press the PERM
PRESS WARM (<) keypad.
7. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the value of the active digit
and the START (enter) keypad to enter the value of the digit
and advance to the next digit.
8. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct value appears in the display. The new value is saved and the next option will appear in the display.
NOTE: To go back to the current programmable option without changing the value, press the PERM
PRESS WARM (<) keypad.
5. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to change the current value.
Value
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1 wash and 2 rinses
4
1 wash and 3 rinses
5
1 prewash, 1 wash, 3 rinses
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct value appears in the display. The new value is saved and the next option will appear in the display.
Default Cycle dCyC
This option allows the owner to set the default cycle that the machine will enter when in the Ready Mode.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad until Prog appears in the display. Press the
START (enter) keypad, and AtS will appear in the display.
3. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options until
dCyC appears in the display.
4. When dCyC appears in the display, press the START (enter)
keypad. A number will appear in the display. Refer to table
below. This number corresponds to the current default cycle
value. The corresponding LEDs will also be lit.
Cycle
Cycle Length CyCL
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad until Prog appears in the display. Press the
START (enter) keypad, and AtS will appear in the display.
3. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options until
CyCL appears in the display.
4. When CyCL appears in the display, press the START (enter)
keypad.
Description
Number onDisplay
NORMAL HOT
1
NORMAL WARM
2
NORMAL COLD
3
PERM PRESS WARM
4
DELICATES COLD
5
Table 1
5. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to increase or decrease the current number to the
desired number.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct value appears in the display. The new value is saved and the next option will appear in the display.
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Card Reader Display Control CArd
This option allows the owner to program whether the display is
controlled by the machine’s electronic control or an external payment system such as a card reader.
NOTE: This feature does not need to be programmed
manually. The card reader itself makes this determination.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad until Prog appears in the display. Press the
START (enter) keypad, and AtS will appear in the display.
3. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options until
CArd appears in the display.
4. When CArd appears in the display, press the START (enter)
keypad. The current Card Reader Display Control Status will
appear in the display.
on = Card Reader/External Payment System controls display
oFF = Machine Electronic Control controls display (factory default setting)
5. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to change the current status.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct value appears in the display. The new value is saved and the next option will appear in the display.
Audio Signal AUd
This option allows the owner to program an audio signal on or
off.
There are four occasions when a signal may sound during the
washer operation. These four occasions are listed below:
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad until Prog appears in the display. Press the
START (enter) keypad, and AtS will appear in the display.
3. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options until
AUd appears in the display.
4. When AUd appears in the display press the START (enter)
keypad. on or oFF will appear in the display.
5. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to change the current value.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct value appears in the display. The next option will appear in the display.
Error Code Programming Err
This option allows the owner to turn on or turn off the control's
error codes.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad until Prog appears in the display. Press the
START (enter) keypad, and AtS will appear in the display.
3. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options until
Err appears in the display.
4. When Err appears in the display, press the START (enter)
keypad. The current status will appear in the display.
5. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to turn the error codes on or oFF.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the desired option appears in the display. Refer to Table 2 for a list of the error codes that will be turned off or on.
Error Code Programming Err
1. Keypad Depression Signal By default, this signal is turned
on and will sound for a quarter of a second. This signal will
sound each time a keypad is pressed.
2. Coin Input/Card Insertion Signal By default, this signal is
turned on and will sound for a quarter of a second each time a
coin or card is entered.
3. Remove Card Signal (Card Models Only) By default, this
signal is turned on and will sound one second on and one second off when the control is prompting for card removal.
4. Signal for Start By default, this signal is turned on and will
sound one second on and one second off for 10 seconds after
vend price has been satisfied.
Coin Error Penalty - If enabled, coin error will erase previous
coins entered and reset the vend price.
Vend Header Present Error - If enabled and coin drop header
is unplugged, control ignores coin inputs.
Fill Error - If enabled, will set error after 30 minutes if fill level isn't reached. If disabled will allow filling forever if fill level never reached.
No Water Flow Error - If enabled, will set error after 5 minutes if 4 inch water level isn't reached. If disabled will allow
filling forever until 4 inch level is reached.
How to Program the Audio Signal
Table 2 continues...
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
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Error Code Programming Err
Drain Error - If Enabled, will set error after 15 minutes if
empty water level isn't reached. If disabled will allow draining
forever if empty level never reached.
Water Leak Detection Error - This error checks for whether
the machine is leaking water by adding 1 minute to the cycle
to check for water leaks.
Slow Drain Detection Error - Is used to detect for slow draining conditions. Helps allow for locations with poor draining
conditions.
Non-Fatal Unbalance Error - Error shown at end of cycle if
load has been detected to be out of balance during the cycle.
Shown after the door is opened or a key is pressed. This error
will remain displayed until another key has been pressed or
one minute passes.
Suds Lock Error Display - Shown at end of cycle after the
door is opened or a keys is pressed if suds were still detected
in the machine after all Suds Removal Routines allowed have
been run in the cycle. Will be cleared after one minute or if a
key is pressed.
Table 2
Water Level FLvL
This option allows the owner to set the low, medium and high
water levels which can be used in fill steps to set water levels in
cycle programming.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad until Prog appears in the display. Press the
START (enter) keypad, and AtS will appear in the display.
3. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options until
FLvL appears in the display.
4. When FLvL appears in the display, press the START (enter)
keypad to enter the display the current value.
5. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to change the water level between 1 and 30.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct value appears in the display. The new value is saved and the next option will appear in the display.
tempts when this parameter is greater than 1. A value of 1 allows
for the normal allocated time. Further attempts beyond the programmed value will not pause cycle time. This may result in lower max spin speeds and time.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad until Prog appears in the display. Press the
START (enter) keypad, and AtS will appear in the display.
3. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options until
bALA appears in the display.
4. When bALA appears in the display, press the START (enter)
keypad. The current Number of Balance Attempts with no
Loss of Time will appear in the display.
5. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to change the current value. The factory default
setting is 3.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the correct value appears in the display. The new value is saved and the next option will appear in the display.
OPL Parameters oPL
This option allows the owner to enable or disable the OPL Parameters in which no vend price needs to be satisfied to operate
the machine.
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad until Prog appears in the display. Press the
START (enter) keypad, and AtS will appear in the display.
3. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options until
oPL appears in the display.
4. When oPL appears in the display, press the START (enter)
keypad to enter the OPL submenu.
5. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the OPL submenu options.
6. Press the START (enter) keypad when the desired option appears in the display
Number of Balance Attempts with No
Loss of Time bALA
This option allows the owner to program the machine's number of
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Collecting Audit Information
Collecting Audit Information
This feature allows the owner to retrieve audit information stored
in the washer by pressing a sequence of pads on the control.
Programmable Options
CyC
Total Number of Machine
Cycles
Coi1
Total Number of Coins #1
Coi2
Total Number of Coins #2
PLSE
Total Number of Start Pulses
How to Enter Audit Feature
There are two methods the owner can use to enter the Audit Feature.
Entering the Audit Feature by Manual
Mode
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options until
AUdt appears in the display.
3. Press the START keypad and CyC will appear in the display.
Entering the Audit Feature with the
Coin Vault Open
Table 3
How to Exit Audit Feature
1. Press the PERM PRESS WARM (<) keypad until the control
returns to Ready Mode.
2. To exit Audit Feature when using Coin Vault Open method,
owner must close coin vault. The control will then return to
Ready Mode.
1. Open coin vault. Make sure service door is closed.
2. Press the START (enter) keypad.
How to Read Audit Data
1. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options. Refer
to Table 3 .
2. When the desired option appears in the display press the
START (enter) keypad. The current value will appear in the
display. The display will show the audit value. If the audit
count is 10,000 or higher, the first of five digits will display.
Then press the START (enter) keypad again to view the last
four digits of the number.
NOTE: The display can show up to 4 digits at one
time. Audit counts 10,000 or higher are separated into two 4-digit segments. Each time the START (enter) keypad is pressed in step 2, the display will
show the next 4-digit segment in the audit value. If
the value is 9,999 or less, only one 4-digit segment
will be shown.
For Example: In the Total Number of Coins #1 option with
“Coi1” shown in the display, the audit has counted 10,009 coins.
Pressing the START (enter) keypad one time will show “_ _ _ 1”
to represent ten thousand. Pressing the START (enter) keypad a
second time will display “0009” meaning nine. The total equals
“10009” or 10,009.
3. Press the PERM PRESS WARM keypad. The display will return to the audit option list.
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Manual Reset
Manual Reset
This feature allows the owner to reset the washer control’s programming data to the factory default settings by pressing a sequence of pads on the control.
How to Enter Manual Reset
1. Control must be in Manual Mode to start. Refer to How to Enter the Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad until rSEt appears in the display.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad. no will appear in the display.
4. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to change the value to yes.
5. Press the START (enter) keypad to reset the control to the factory default settings.
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Testing Machine and Electronic Control Functions
Testing Machine and Electronic Control
Functions
This feature allows the owner to run diagnostic tests on various
washer operations without servicing the washer. The following
tests are available:
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For an overview of the manual diagnostic test feature, refer to the
flowchart on the following page.
How to Enter Testing Feature
Front-End Control Software Version # Test
Drive Board #1 Software Version Test
Water Level Trim Test
Service Door Switch Input Test
Coin Vault Switch Input Test
Coin Drop #1 Input Test
Coin Drop #2 Input Test
Vend Connection Header Present Input Test
Start Pulse Input Test
Door Switch Input Test*
Door Lock Switch Input Test*
Show Fill Time Test
Show Drain Time Test
Out of Balance Switch Input Test
External Output Test*
Water Purge Test*
Water Leak Detection Test*
Water Level Test
DC Bus Voltage Test
AC Mains Voltage Test
Machine Configuration #1 Display Test
Machine Configuration #2 Display Test
Machine Configuration #3 Display Test
Machine Configuration #4 Display Test
Machine Configuration #5 Display Test
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options until
dIAg appears in the display.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad. Display will change to d 1
indicating the control software version number test.
4. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the diagnostic test options.
How to Start Tests
1. To start a diagnostic test, refer to the quick reference chart below.
2. Press the START (enter) keypad when the desired test number
is displayed. For detailed information on each test, read the
appropriate description.
How to Exit Testing Feature
Press the PERM PRESS WARM (<) keypad until the display returns to the previous mode of operation.
Diagnostic (Testing) Mode – Quick
Reference Chart
* Tests can only be entered when in Start or Ready Mode.
Test Number
Diagnostic Mode
Display
d 1
Control Software Version # Test
S XXX
d 3
Driver Board #1 Software Version Test
db XX
d 7
Water Level Trim Test
trXX
d 8
Service Door Opening Test
S oP or S CL
d 9
Coin Vault Opening Test
v oP or v CL
d 10
Coin Drop #1 Input Test
C1 XX
d 11
Coin Drop #2 Input Test
C2 XX
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Test Number
Diagnostic Mode
Display
d 12
Vend Header Present Status Test
CH oP (Open) or CH CL (Closed)
d 13
Start Pulse Test
St XX
d 15
Door Switch Input Test
dr oP, dr CL
d 16
Door Lock Input Test
CLoS door
d 17
Show Fill Time Test
FXXX
d 18
Show Drain Time Test
dXXX
d 22
Out of Balance Switch Input Test
bA oP or bA CL
d 23
External Output Test
ES X or X on
d 24
Water Purge Test
CLoS, door, PUrg or FLSH
d 25
Water Leak Detection Test
PASS, E Ld, E LF or Ld
CLoS, door
d 26
Water Level Test
L XXX or L XXX.
d 27
DC Bus Voltage Test
XXX.X
d 28
AC Mains Voltage Test
XXX.X
d 29
Machine Configuration #1 Display Test
A XXX
d 30
Machine Configuration #2 Display Test
b XXX
d 31
Machine Configuration #3 Display Test
C XXX
d 32
Machine Configuration #4 Display Test
d XXX
d 33
Machine Configuration #5 Display Test
E XXX
Table 4
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"dIAg"
Diagnostic Tests
"d 1"
Control Software
Version Number Test
"d 18"
Show Drain
Time Test
"d 3"
Drive Board #1
Software Version Test
"d 22"
Out of Balance Switch
Input Test
"d 7"
Water Level
Trim Test
"d 23"
External Output Test
"d 8"
Service Door Switch
Input Test
"d 9"
Coin Vault Switch
Input Test
"d 10"
Coin Drop #1
Input Test
"d 24"
Water Purge Test
"d 25"
Water Leak
Detection Test
"d 26"
Water Level Test
"d 27"
DC Bus Voltage Test
"d 11"
Coin Drop #2
Input Test
"d 28"
AC Mains Voltage Test
"d 12"
Vend Connection Header
Present Input Test
"d 29"
Machine Configuration #1
Display Test
"d 13"
Start Pulse
Input Test
"d 30"
Machine Configuration #2
Display Test
"d 15"
Door Switch
Input Test
"d 16"
Door Lock Switch
Input Test
"d 17"
Show Fill
Time Test
"d 31"
Machine Configuration #3
Display Test
"d 32"
Machine Configuration #4
Display Test
"d 33"
Machine Configuration #5
Display Test
FLW107R_SVG
Figure 6
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Control Software Version Number Test d 1
This option displays the control software version number. To start
test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter
Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
S XX where XX is the software version number.
Coin Vault Opening Test d 9
This option tests the coin vault switch. To start test, the control
must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
v oP when the coin vault switch is open and v CL when the
coin vault switch is closed.
To exit the Software Version Number Test, press the PERM
PRESS WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing
Mode.
The coin vault switch has to be closed for at least one second and
opened for at least one second for the display to change. This test
will add a count to the coin vault opening counter for the audit
and save the time/date for each opening.
Drive Board #1 Software Version Test d 3
To exit the Coin Vault Opening Test, press the PERM PRESS
WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
This option displays the drive board software version number. To
start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How to
Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
db1XX where XX is the software version number.
To exit the Drive Board #1 Version Test, press the PERM PRESS
WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
Water Level Trim Test d 7
This test checks the water level trim value. To start test, control
must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
trXX where XX is the trim value in 0.1 inch precision where a
value of 05 would equal 0.5 inches. If the right most decimal
point is lit, the trim value is negative.
To exit the Water Level Trim Test, press the PERM PRESS
WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
Service Door Opening Test d 8
This option tests the service door switch. To start test, control
must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
S oP when the service door switch is open and S CL when the
service door switch is closed.
The service door switch has to be closed for at least one second
and opened for at least one second for the display to change. This
test will add a count to the service door opening counter for the
audit and save the date/time for each opening.
To exit the Service Door Opening Test, press the PERM PRESS
WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
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Coin Drop 1 Input Test d 10
This option tests coin drop #1. To start test, control must be in the
Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
C1 XX. The XX will show the number of coins entered and will
increment one for each coin entered in coin drop #1.
NOTE: Coins entered in test mode will not increment
the total # of coins counter that is accessed in the audit
feature.
To exit the Coin Drop #1 Input Test, press the PERM PRESS
WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
Coin Drop 2 Input Test d 11
This option tests coin drop #2. To start test, control must be in the
Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
C2 XX. The XX will show the number of coins entered and will
increment one for each coin entered in coin drop #2.
NOTE: Coins entered in test mode will not increment
the total # of coins counter that is accessed in the audit
feature.
To exit the Coin Drop #2 Input Test, press the PERM PRESS
WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
Vend Connection Header Present Test d 12
This option tests the vend header connection. To start test, control
must be in Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter Testing Feature
at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
CH oP when the wiring connection is open and CH CL when the
connection is closed.
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To exit Vend Connection Header Present Test, press the PERM
PRESS WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing
Mode.
Start Pulse Test d 13
This option tests the Start Pulse. To start test, control must be in
the Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter Testing Feature at the
beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
St XX. The XX will show the number of pulses entered. This test
will add counts to the total number of Start Pulses counter. Refer
to Collecting Audit Information.
To exit the Start Pulse Test, press the PERM PRESS WARM (<)
keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
Door Switch Input Test d 15
This test will display whether the washer door is open or closed.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. If the door is closed,
the display will show dr CL. If the door is open, the display will
show dr oP.
To exit the test, press the PERM PRESS WARM (<) keypad. The
control will return to the Testing Mode.
Door Lock Input Test d 16
This test will display whether the door is locked or unlocked.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, close the door and press the START (enter) keypad. The
control will lock the door. If the door is open, the display will
show CLoS and door. The door must be closed to enter test.
If the door is unlocked, the display will show dr UL. After the
door is locked, the display shows dr Lo and 5 seconds later the
door will unlock. This sequence is repeated every time the
START (enter) keypad is pressed.
To exit the Show Fill Time Test, press the PERM PRESS WARM
(<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
Show Drain Time Test d 18
This test will display the average drain time. This average will be
calculated by taking the average of the last 10 drain times.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
dXXX. The XXX will be the average fill time in seconds.
To exit the Show Drain Time Test, press the PERM PRESS
WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
Out of Balance Switch Test d 22
This test displays whether the out of balance switch is open or
closed. To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer
to How to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
bA oP if the switch is open or bA CL if the switch is closed.
To exit the Out of Balance Switch Test, press the PERM PRESS
WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
External Outputs Test d 23
This test will allow any one of the external outputs to be selected.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
ES X where X is the output number. Press the NORMAL
WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD (∨) keypad to scroll
through the outputs.
Press the START (enter) keypad to energize the selected external
output. X on will be displayed. Press the START (enter) again or
the PERM PRESS WARM (<) keypad to turn off the selected external output.
To exit the External Outputs Test, press the PERM PRESS
WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
To exit the test, press the PERM PRESS WARM (<) keypad. The
control will return to the Testing Mode.
Water Purge Test d 24
Show Fill Time Test d 17
This test allows the user to test water removal from the machine.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
This test will display the average fill time. This average will be
calculated by taking the average of the last 10 fill times.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
FXXX. The XXX will be the average fill time in seconds.
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To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
PUrg and the START (enter) keypad LED will flash. Begin the
test by pressing START (enter). If the door is open, CLoS, door
will be displayed to prompt the user to close the loading door.
When the START (enter) pad is pressed with the door closed, the
door will lock and FLSH will be diplayed.
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The control will energize all water valves and supply outputs
while keeping the drain valves open or the pump energized. Press
any keypad to end the test. The test will end automatically after 2
minutes. The door will unlock and the control will diplay PUrg.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
L XXX where XXX is the water level in 0.1 inch precision where
a value of 05 equals 0.5 inches. If the rightmost decimal point is
lit, the value is negative.
To exit the Water Purge Test, press the PERM PRESS WARM (<)
keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
To exit the Water Level Test, press the PERM PRESS WARM (<)
keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
Water Leak Detection Test d 25
DC Bus Voltage Test d 27
This test allows the user to check for water leaking from the machine. To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to
How to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
This will display the DC Bus Voltage. To start test, control must
be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter Testing Feature at
the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
Ld and the START (enter) keypad LED will flash. Begin the test
by pressing START (enter). If the door is open, CLoS, door will
be displayed to prompt the user to close the loading door. When
the START (enter) pad is pressed with the door closed, the door
will lock and the test will begin. With the drain valve closed or
the pump off, the cold water valve will turn on until the Low water level is reached.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
XXX.X which is the voltage in 0.1 Volt precision.
After a 10 second pause to allow the water pressure to stabilize,
the control will record the current water level from the electronic
water level sensing input and continue to monitor the water level
for two minutes. The display will show a sequence of horizontal
LED segments to indicate it is monitoring the water level.
After two minutes, the control will compare the ending water level with the level at the start. If the water level has dropped or
raised, the display will show E Ld to signify a drain leak or
E LF to signify a fill leak. If the water level has not dropped or
raised, the display will show PASS.
Then the drain will open or the pump will turn on. When the water has been drained or pumped out of the machine, the control
will unlock the door and display the result message. The error
message is an indication to the machine owner that there should
be service attention devoted to the fill valve or drain valve/pump
on the machine to diagnose where the water leak is originating.
To stop the test while it is running, press the START (enter) keypad. The test will stop, the machine will drain the water, unlock
the door, and the control will go back to the beginning of the test
sequence.
To exit the Water Leak Detection Test, press the PERM PRESS
WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
To exit the DC Bus Voltage Test, press the PERM PRESS
WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
AC Mains Voltage Test d 28
This will display the AC Mains Voltage. To start test, control
must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
XXX.X which is the voltage in 0.1 Volt precision.
To exit the AC Mains Voltage Test, press the PERM PRESS
WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
Configuration 1 Display Test d 29
This option shows the machine configuration values. To start test,
control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
To enter, press the START (enter) keypad. For configuration value #1, the display will show A XXX. XX is a number corresponding to whether or not coin drops are connected, a card reader or
network board are connected, or whether the life-test jumper is
present. Refer to Table 5 .
To exit a Configuration Display Test, press the PERM PRESS
WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing Mode.
Each column of the table below contains a unique combination of
the words “YES” and “NO” that indicates if that column’s connection is present.
Water Level Test d 26
This test displays the water level as determined by the water level
sensor. To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to
How to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
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Comm
Board "B"
Header
Present
Life Test
Jumper
Present
Configuration Value
Comm
Board "A"
Header
Present
Vend Connection
Present
Coin Drop
#2 Present
Coin Drop
#1 Present
0
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
1
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
2
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
3
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
4
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
5
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
6
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
7
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
8
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
9
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
10
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
11
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
12
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
13
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
14
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
15
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
16
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
17
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
YES
18
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
19
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
20
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
21
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
22
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
23
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
24
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
25
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
26
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
27
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
28
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
29
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
30
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
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Comm
Board "B"
Header
Present
Life Test
Jumper
Present
Configuration Value
Comm
Board "A"
Header
Present
Vend Connection
Present
Coin Drop
#2 Present
Coin Drop
#1 Present
31
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
32
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
33
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
34
YES
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
35
YES
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
36
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
37
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
38
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
NO
39
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
40
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
41
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
42
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
43
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
44
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
45
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
46
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
47
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
48
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
49
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
YES
50
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
51
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
52
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
53
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
54
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
55
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
56
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
57
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
58
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
59
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
60
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
61
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
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Configuration Value
Comm
Board "B"
Header
Present
Life Test
Jumper
Present
Comm
Board "A"
Header
Present
Vend Connection
Present
Coin Drop
#2 Present
Coin Drop
#1 Present
62
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
63
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Table 5
This option is not used on this model.
To Enter, press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show
d XXX with XXX representing a configuration value as shown in
Table 6 .
Configuration 3 Display Test d 31
If supply voltage is 100-127 Volt per phase, the voltage configuration should be 120 Volt.
Configuration 2 Display Test d 30
This option is not used on this model.
If supply voltage is 200-240 Volt per phase, the voltage configuration should be 240 Volt.
Configuration 4 Display Test d 32
To exit Machine Configuration 4 Display Test, press the PERM
PRESS WARM (<) keypad. The control will return to the Testing
Mode.
This option shows the user which dipswitches are set on the control.
To start test, control must be in the Testing Mode. Refer to How
to Enter Testing Feature at the beginning of this section.
Each column in the table below contains a unique combination of
the words “ON” and “OFF” that indicates if that column’s dipswitch is set on or off when the value is displayed.
Dipswitch 3
Payment System Not
Present (OFF)
Dipswitch 7
Dipswitch 8
Configuration
Value
Pump (OFF)
Heater Disabled (OFF)
Gravity Drain
(ON)
Heater Enabled (ON)
Payment System Present
(ON)
Dipswitch 1
120 Volt Supply (OFF)
Dipswitch 2
Energy Cycle
240 Volt Supply (ON)
0
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
2
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
3
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
4
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
5
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
6
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
7
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
64
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
65
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
66
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
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Dipswitch 3
Payment System Not
Present (OFF)
Dipswitch 7
Dipswitch 8
Configuration
Value
Pump (OFF)
Heater Disabled (OFF)
Gravity Drain
(ON)
Heater Enabled (ON)
Payment System Present
(ON)
Dipswitch 1
120 Volt Supply (OFF)
Dipswitch 2
Energy Cycle
240 Volt Supply (ON)
67
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
68
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
69
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
70
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
71
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
128
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
129
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
130
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
131
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
132
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
133
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
134
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
135
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
192
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
193
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
194
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
195
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
196
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
197
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
198
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
199
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Table 6
Configuration 5 Display Test d 33
This option is not used on this model.
Factory Test
To Enter Factory Test
1. Be certain control is in Ready Mode or Start Mode and access
panel or coin vault is open.
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2. While pressing and holding the NORMAL COLD modifier
keypad with one hand, press the PERM PRESS WARM keypad with the other hand.
3. When the control enters Factory Test, it will display the first
test step, Machine Type.
4. The control will advance through the sequence of test steps
whenever START (enter) is pressed, with the exception of the
Keypad Test and Pressure Sensor Test. Refer to the table below for all tests in the Factory Test.
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To Exit Factory Test
Factory Test Quick Reference Chart
To exit a test step, disconnect the machine from electrical power.
Display
Test Mode
Comments
FL
Control Type
FL is the control type.
SXXX
Software Version Number
XXX is the control version number.
Ax
Control Level
The control will display the control level
as Display 1.
drAi or PUNP
Drain Type
The control will show drAi if it is configured for a gravity drain. It will show
PUNP if it is configured as an electric
pump machine. The control will remain
in this mode until the Start keypad is
pressed.
HEAt
Heater Installed
The control will show HEAt if it is configured for a Water Heater. The control
will skip this step if it is not configured
for a Water Heater. The control will remain in this mode until the Start keypad
is pressed.
v oP or v CL
Coin Vault Test
v oP is displayed when coin vault
switch is open. v CL is displayed when
coin vault switch is closed.
S oP or S CL
Service Door Switch Test
S oP is displayed when service door
switch is open. S CL is displayed when
service door switch is closed.
CXCX
Coin Drop Test
X is the number of coins entered. Coin
drop #1 is shown on the left of the display and coin drop #2 is shown on the
right of the display.
PAXX
Keypad Test
XX is the number of the keypad being
pressed. You need to press all keypads to
advance to the next step.
8888
Display Test
All LEDs and display segments will
light.
droP or drCL
Door Switch Test
droP is displayed when loading door is
open. drCL is displayed when loading
door is closed.
dbXX
Driver Type and Driver Version Number
Driver board version display when XX is
the driver software version number.
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Testing Machine and Electronic Control Functions
Display
Test Mode
Comments
drLo or drUL
Door Lock Test
When step is entered, control will lock
door and will then check to make sure
door is locked. drLo is displayed if door
is locked. drUL is displayed if door is unlocked.
CLdE
Cold/Detergent Fill
Cold Water Fill valve and Detergent/
Bleach valve are turned on.
HoSF
Hot/Softener Fill
Hot Water Fill valve and Softener valve
are turned on.
PrSr
Pressure Sensor Fill
This step checks the water level input.
The display shows PrSt, and all water
valves turn on. When the Water Fill Level is satisfied, the water valves are turned
off. If the Start key is pressed and the
Water Fill level is not satisfied, the control will not advance to the next cycle
step.
oFLo
Overflow Test
All water and dispenser valves are turned
on. When the overflow level is reached
the water valves are turned off. If the
START (enter) key is pressed and the
Water Fill level is not satisfied, the control will not advance to the next cycle
step.
LoAg
Low Agitate
Machine enters low agitate.
rEAg
Regular Agitate
Machine enters regular agitate.
PUNP or drAi
Pump/Gravity Drain Test
Pump is turned on or gravity drain is
opened. The control will not advance to
next step until drum is empty.
RPM speed displayed
Spin Test
Machine will attempt to spin up to 1200
RPMs.
Breakaway
Motor runs at Regular Agitate speed.
When door unlocks, open door to exit
test.
XXXX
brAy
Start keypad must be pressed three times
to advance to next step. First press turns
off water, second press stops motor and
third press unlocks the door.
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Testing Machine and Electronic Control Functions
Display
Pd
Test Mode
Comments
Power Down
This is the final step of Factory Test. The
control will display Pd to signify that
factory test has been completed and that
the user can safely unplug the machine.
Cycling power to the machine is the only
way to resume normal operation and the
control will stay in this state indefinitely
until that time.
Table 7
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Error Codes
Error Codes
Following is a list of possible error codes for an electronic control. Errors beginning with EC refer to card reader errors. All other errors refer to machine errors.
NOTE: Fatal Errors will show oUt oF ordr along with
the error on the display.
Error Codes
Display
Description
Cause/Corrective Action
Ei0F
Infra-red Communi- There is no infra-red communication capability on this control.
cation Unavailable
ECXX
Payment System Er- The Front-end control communicates with the Payment System in order to perform
ror
vending transactions. If an error should occur, which, terminates communication during
a transaction, the LED Display will show ECXX for a control generated error, where the
XX represents an error code.
EC02
Time-out Error
Communication failure. Try card again.
EC03
Invalid Command
Code
Communication successful, but the command was not valid for this machine type, or
the control could not perform the command in its current mode of operation. Ensure data is for current machine type and control is in correct mode.
EC05
Invalid or Out-ofRange Data
The value in at least one of the programming options is invalid or out of range. Recheck
the programming option’s value and try again.
EC11
No Card Reader Ini- Communication is valid, but there is no card reader initialization. Power down, power
tialization
up and try again.
EC18
No Communication
Card reader is initialized, communication lost. Power down, power up and try again. If
error persists, replace control or card reader.
EC19
No Card Reader
Communication
Communication failure. Power down, power up and try again. If error persists, replace
control or card reader.
Right most decimal
point Lit
Water Leak Detection Error or Slow
Drain Detection Error
Water leak test has detected a water leak during a cycle or slow drain is detected in the
drain step of a running cycle. The decimal point will remain lit after the error display
has expired. Clear the decimal point by pressing the START keypad three times within
five seconds or by cycling the power to the machine.
Right most decimal
point blinking
Machine ID Error
Machine ID is no longer communicating with the control. Check Machine ID connection.
ALrn
Break-in Alarm Error
Check the service door and coin vault switches.
oFF
Break-in Alarm
Shutdown Error
Check the service door and coin vault switches.
E FL
Fill Error
Fill level is not reached within 30 minutes (or other programmed length of time) in any
fill step.
E dL
Door Lock Fatal Er- Door is unlocked during a running cycle. To clear this error, cycle power to the maror
chine.
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Error Codes
Error Codes
Display
Description
Cause/Corrective Action
E dL1
Door Lock Non-Fatal Error
If the door fails to lock in twenty (20) seconds in Door Locking Mode after the Drive
has been enabled the control will turn off all outputs and show the error E dL1. To
clear this error the door must either open or lock.
E dL2
Door Unlock NonFatal Error
If the door fails to unlock in 20 seconds, with a solenoid type door lock, after the drum
has stopped spinning, and all other outputs have been turned off, the control will show
error E dL2. To clear this error the door must unlock or open.
E do
Door Opened During A Running Cycle
Control detects door open and door locked inputs high. Can be caused by pulling on
door while locked or about to lock. Correct inoperative door locking system. Unpower
machine to clear error.
E Ub1
Non-Fatal Unbalance Error
Unable to balance load. Redistribute load and run cycle.
E Ub2
Fatal Unbalance Er- Wires to unbalance switch broken or not connected.
ror
CLoS door
Door Open Indicator
Door is not closed during an active cycle. If door is closed, check for improper wiring
or faulty door switch.
Err
Coin Error
Invalid coin pulse or inoperative coin sensor. Check coin drop area and remove obstructions. If error persists, tampering may have occured. Evaluate security procedures.
E id
Board ID
Incorrect replacement control. Replace user control or output board with the correct
part.
E dS
Brownout/Voltage
Configuration
Unexpected supply voltage. Check the harness connections between the user control
and the output board. If the user control was replaced, set dip switch #1 to the same
seting as the previous control. If reworking the machine to use a different voltage supply, the dip switch #1 setting may need to be changed. If the dip switch #1 setting is
changed, power down, power up and try again.
E nr
Drive/Output Board Hardware failure. Try cycling power to machine before replacing output board.
Not Ready
E bS
Drive/Output Board Hardware failure. Try cycling power to machine before replacing output board.
Shorted
En
Machine ID Errors
En 31
Product Byte #1
Mis-Match
Product family does not match between the Machine ID Control and Front End Control.
Replace Machine ID Control with one meant for current Front End Control platform.
En 32
Product Byte #2
Mis-Match
Machine type does not match between the Machine ID Control and Front End Control
(frontload washer vs. dryer). Replace Machine ID Control and/or front end control with
one meant for current machine type.
En 33
Product Byte #3
Mis-Match
Control level does not match between the Machine ID Control and Front End Control
(A4 vs. A2). Replace Machine ID Control with a properly configured A level for the
control being attached. Use Factory Test Procedure to determine front end control’s
control level.
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Error Codes
Error Codes
Display
Description
Cause/Corrective Action
En 39
Corrupted Data on
Try cycling power to machine. If error continues, check for damage to Machine ID
Machine ID Control Control and harness and/or replace Machine ID Control with a correctly configured
Machine ID Control.
En 3E
Machine control
cannot be configured with the Machine ID Control in
the machine
Try cycling power to machine. If error continues, check for damage to Machine ID
Control and harness and/or replace Machine ID Control with a correctly configured
Machine ID Control.
En 3F
Cannot communicate with the Machine ID Control
Try cycling power to machine. If error continues, check for damage to Machine ID
Control and harness and/or replace Machine ID Control with a correctly configured
Machine ID Control.
E Co
Drive/Output Board Communication failure. Power down, power up and try again. If error persists, check
Comunication Error connection between user control and output board, or try replacing the user control or
the output board.
E dr
Drain Error
If the control has the drain error enabled the control will enter Machine Error Mode
when the water height is not below the empty level, after attempting to drain for the
programmable time (default 15 minutes). In the event of a drain error, the control will
turn off all outputs and turn on the Machine Error Tone for 15 seconds.
E Sd
Slow Drain Error
If a slow drain is detected in the Drain step of a running cycle, the machine control will
light the right-most decimal point. The decimal point will remain illuminated after the
slow drain error display has expired, to draw the attention of the owner or attendant.
The decimal point can be cleared by pressing the START keypad 3 times in a period of
5 seconds, or by cycling the power to the machine.
E SL
Suds Lock Error
In the spin steps, if the control determines that there are suds in the machine after running all programmed Suds Routines, it will display a Suds Lock Error at the end of the
cycle after the door is opened. The control will continue showing this error code until
any key has been pressed or for one minute.
E Ld
Water Leak Drain
Error
Error will display if there is a leak after the door is opened at the End of Cycle for 1
minute. Clears after 1 minute or until a key is pressed. If the water level has dropped
more than an acceptable amount in a during a water leak drain check, the control will
save a water leak drain error status and will continue the machine cycle. Immediately
upon detecting the error the right-most decimal point will be lit. This lit decimal point
can be cleared by pressing the START keypad 3 times in a period of 5 seconds or by
cycling the power to the machine.
E nF
No Water Flow Error
If the control does not reach a water level of 4 inches within the programmed time it
may mean the hose to the pressure sensor has a leak or no water is flowing into the
machine. The control will enter Machine Error mode. The control will first drain for
90 seconds and then turn off all outputs and turn on the Machine Error Tone for 15
seconds. To clear this error one of the following must occur: the machine must be
powered down, the Clear Fatal Error Keys must be pressed, or a Clear Fatal Error Network command must be sent.
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Error Codes
Error Codes
Display
Description
Cause/Corrective Action
E oF
Overflow Error
E PS
Pressure Sensor Error
E tr
Trim Error
The machine must be powered down, the Clear Fatal Error Keys must be pressed or a
Clear Fatal Error Network command must be send.
E bb
Broken Belt Error
If a broken belt is ever detected by the control, the control will show error this error
code. To clear this error one of the following must occur: the machine must be powered
down, the Clear Fatal Error Keys must be pressed, or a Clear Fatal Error Network command must be sent.
E LF
Water Leak Fill Error
If the water level has raised more than an acceptable amount in a during a water leak
check, the control will save a water leak error status and will continue the machine cycle. Immediately upon detecting the error the right-most decimal point will be lit. This
lit decimal point can be cleared by pressing the START keypad 3 times in a period of 5
seconds or by cycling the power to the machine.
Display is dim
The machine must be powered down, the Clear Fatal Error Keys must be pressed, or a
Clear Fatal Error Network command must be sent. This error is triggered when an unsafe high water level is detected in the machine and water is unable to drain.
If the control does not detect a valid water level sensor input for thirty (30) seconds, or
if the Max (Overflow) Fill Level in the control is set to 0 while in Run Mode, Factory
Test Mode, or Overflow Mode, the control will enter Machine Error Mode. The control will first drain for thirty (30) seconds to get out any water, and unlock the door. To
clear this error one of the following must occur: the machine must be powered down,
the Clear Fatal Error Keys must be pressed, or a Clear Fatal Error Network command
must be sent.
Look for loose pins and damaged wires on harness from user control to drive board.
E d
Drive Board Errors
E d 10
Voltage Select Error Wrong Input Voltage seen at drive board 120V vs 240V. Dip switch 1 on FEC set
wrong, or possibly water on drive board (let drive dry out and determine cause of water). Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
E d 12
Over Voltage ACMain Input Error
Machine voltage is too high, check supply voltage to the machine and verify that it is
within machine specifications. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
E d 13
Power Fail Dangerous Error
The Neutral Line power input to the machine was seen out of range. Unpower to clear
error. Check for damage in the power supply harness. Replace power supply harness or
drive board if error persists.
E d 21
Over Voltage DC
Bus Error
Unpower to clear error. Check voltage input to machine. If it happens only at start of
spin, replace motor. Replace drive board if error persists.
E d 22
Over Motor Temperature Error
Motor temperature is detected to be too high. Check that drum spins freely when empty.
Check for overloading of machine. Check motor harness for damage. Reduce agitation
time and duty cycle ifrotate/pause times are very short and programmable. Unpower to
clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
E d 23
Fatal IPM Over
Current Shunt Error
Check that drum and motor spins freely. Unpower to clear error. Check the motor phase
windings. Continuity should be uniform between phases L1 and L2, L2 and L3, L1 and
L3. Replace motor if not uniform. Replace drive board if error persists.
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Error Codes
Error Codes
Display
Description
Cause/Corrective Action
E d 24
Fatal I2T Hardware
Over Current Error
Check that drum and motor spins freely. Rotor may be locked up. Check the motor
phase windings. Continuity should be uniform between phases L1 and L2, L2 and L3,
L1 and L3. Replace motor if not uniform. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board
if error persists.
E d 25
IPM Over Tempera- IPM temperature is detected to be too high. Check that drum spins freely when empty,
ture Error
check for overloading of machine, reduce agitation time, and duty cycle if rotate/pause
times are very short and programmable. Unpower to clear error. Check for lint build-up
on heat sink on drive board. Replace drive board if error persists.
E d 29
Motor Not Connected Error
The motor or one of its electrical phases is not connected. Check that the harness from
the motor to the drive board is fully plugged in on both ends and that there is no damage to the motor harness. Make sure to push in the motor harness on both ends just in
case it is a little loose and not fully inserted. If the harness looks fine and the error still
occurs, try replacing the drive board or harness. Unpower to clear error.
E d 44
Overcurrent Shunt
Detection Circuit
Fail Error
Hardware failure. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
E d 45
Door Lock Pin HW
On/Off Fail Error
Hardware failure. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
E d 46
Heater Pin HW
On/Off Fail
Hardware failure. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
E d 47
Hot Valve Pin HW
On/Off Fail
Hardware failure. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
E d 48
Cold Valve Pin HW
On/Off Fail
Hardware failure. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
E d 49
Detergent Valve Pin Hardware failure. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
HW On/Off Fail
E d 50
Softener Valve Pin
HW On/Off Fail
Hardware failure. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
E d 51
Inrush Pin HW
On/Off Fail
Hardware failure. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
E d 52
Voltage Doubler Pin Hardware failure. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
HW On/Off Fail
E d 53
Door Lock Select
Voltage Pin HW
On/Off Fail
Hardware failure. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
E d 54
Pump Pin HW
On/Off Fail
Hardware failure. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
E d 55
Fatal NTC Short Er- Check heater thermistor and thermistor wiring for damage. Unpower to clear error. Reror
place drive board if error persists.
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Error Codes
Error Codes
Display
Description
Cause/Corrective Action
E d 56
Fatal NTC Open Er- Check heater thermistor and thermistor wiring for damage. Unpower to clear error. Reror
place drive board if error persists.
E d 63
Fatal IPM Tempera- Hardware failure. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
ture Short Error
E d 64
Fatal IPM Tempera- Hardware failure. Unpower to clear error. Replace drive board if error persists.
ture Open Error
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Rapid Advance Feature
Rapid Advance Feature
This feature allows the user to quickly advance through an active
cycle or advance into a cycle from the Ready Mode. This feature
is useful when tests must be performed immediately on a machine currently in an active cycle. In this case, the user can quickly advance through the cycle to the Ready Mode. At this point,
the user can perform the required tests and then return the machine to the active cycle.
How to Enter Rapid Advance
1. Control must be in Manual Mode. Refer to How to Enter the
Manual Mode.
2. Press the NORMAL WARM (∧) or the DELICATES COLD
(∨) keypad to scroll through the programmable options until
rAPd appears in the display.
3. Press the START (enter) keypad. The display will show PUSH
then Strt followed by the cycle time and the START (enter)
keypad LED will flash.
4. Press the START (enter) keypad to start cycle or, if already in
an active cycle, pressing START (enter) keypad will advance
to the next cycle step.
NOTE: Door must be closed to start cycle.
5. Continue pressing the START (enter) keypad until the cycle is
completed.
How to Exit Rapid Advance Feature
Advance through the cycle until reaching the Ready Mode.
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Power Fail Recovery
Power Fail Recovery
The Power Fail Recovery feature allows the cycle status to be
saved in memory in the event of a power failure.
If the power failure lasted less than 5 seconds and the door is
locked, the cycle will resume without requiring the user to press
the START (enter) keypad to restart.
If the power failure lasted longer than 5 seconds, the control will
require the user to press the START (enter) keypad to restart.
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Communications Mode
Communications Mode
Card Reader Communications - Card
Models Only
The Card Reader Communications feature allows the washer control to communicate with the card reader. The washer control can
be programmed for a limited number of options and have its data
read without using the keypad.
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Default Cycle Time
Default Cycle Time
The cycle times listed are the default cycle times programmed at
the factory. The cycles can be made longer or shorter by reprogramming the fill/agitate times. Refer to Cycle Programming to
change these times.
Description
Initial Drain
Prewash (Active with Cycle
Lenth Parameter set to 5)
Wash (Using wetting fill)
NORMAL COLD is the default cycle.
Step Number
Step Time (Minutes:Seconds)
Step Type
1
Extract
0:10
2
Fill
2:30
3
Supply
0:30
4
Agitate
1:30
5
Cooldown
-
6
Extract
2:00
7
Fill
2:30
8
Supply
0:30
Detergent/Bleach; ES1, ES2
9
Agitate
Normal = 3:00
Perm Press = 2:30
Delicate = 2:00
10
Cooldown
11
Extract
Normal & Perm Press = 4:20
Delicate = 4:05
Rinse 1
12
Fill
2:00
13
Agitate
0:35
14
Extract
Normal & Perm Press = 4:20
Delicate = 4:05
Rinse 2 (Active with Cycle
Length Parameter set to 4 or
5)
15
Fill
2:00
16
Agitate
0:35
17
Extract
Normal & Perm Press = 4:20
Delicate = 4:05
Rinse 3 (Disabled)
18
Fill
2:00
19
Agitate
0:35
20
Extract
Normal & Perm Press = 4:20
Delicate = 4:05
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Default Cycle Time
Description
Rinse 4
Step Number
21
Step Type
Fill
22
Supply
Step Time (Minutes:Seconds)
2:00
0:30
Softener; ES3, ES4
Final Extract
23
Agitate
25
Extract
0:35
Normal = 9:50
Perm Press = 8:20
Delicate = 7:20
Shakeout
25
Agitate
Total Time
0:40
Normal = 30:00
Perm Press = 28:00
Delicate = 26:00
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