DISHWASHING
MACHINES
L225-dy-TW / L335-dy-TW
INSTRUCTIONS
MANUAL
REV.00-2015
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
The following :
LAMBER snc di Affaba F. e C. – Via Italia 6 – 26855 Lodi Vecchio (LO) ITALY
Declare under our responsibility that:
Apparatus:
DISHWASHER WITH PULL THROUGH RACK
Trademark: LAMBER
Manufacturer : LAMBER
Type / Model
L225-TW / L335-TW
matr………………...
for which this declaration refers to the conformity of the following standards:

Safety of household and electrical appliances - General requirements EN 60335-1(2012)

Safety of household and electrical appliances - Part 2^ Particular requirements for commercial electric dishwashing machines EN
60335-2-58 (2005) + A1 (2008) + A11 (2010).

Household and similar electrical appliances – Electromagnetic fields – Measurement methods for electromagnetic fields of
household appliances and similar apparatus with regard to human exposure EN 62233 (2008)

Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of electrical motor-operated and thermal appliances for
households and similar purposes, electric tools and similar electric apparatus - EN 55014-1 (2006) + A1 (2009) + A2 (2011)

Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current  16 A per phase) - EN 61000-3-2 (2014) or >16A and  75A EN
61000-3-12 (2011)

Limitation of voltage fluctuations and flicker in low-voltage supply systems for equipment with rated current  16 A. EN 61000-3-3
(2013) o >16A e  75A EN 61000-3-11 (2000)

Immunity requirements for household appliances, tools and similar apparatus. Product family standard EN 55014-2 (1997) + A1
(2001) + A2 (2008)

Safety of machinery Basic concepts, general principles for design - Basic terminology, methodology – EN ISO 12100 (2010).
on the basis of what is foreseen by the Directives - aufgrund der vorgesehenen Richtilinien:
2004/108/EC and 2006/42/EC.
We decline any responsability for injuries or damage derived from machine misuse, abuse by others or improper machine maintenance or repairs.
(date) li 2016
The administrator
technical file case manager : Ing Roberto Affaba
address : via italia 6 – 26855 – Lodi Vecchio (LO) Italy
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WASTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT DIRECTIVE (WEEE,RAEE in Italy) 2002/96/EC AND
SUBSEQUENT 2003/108/EC
The marking shown below indicates that the product cannot be disposed of as part of normal household
waste. Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) can contain materials harmful to health and the
environment, and therefore is subject to separate waste collection: it must be disposed of at appropriate
waste collection points or returned to the distributor against purchase of new equipment of similar type or
having the same functions.
The directive mentioned above, to which make reference for further details, provides for punitive actions in
case of illegal disposal of such waste.
Lamber guarantees a percentage of recovery at least of 90% in medium weight for each equipment. The
80% - always as regards the medium weight- of recovered material is recycled or reused.
LAMBER, manufacturer of this equipment, is enrolled in the Italian WEEE Register – the Register of
Producers of Electrical and Electronic Equipment- from the 18th /02/2008
with the number
IT08020000000617.
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INDEX
General notes
Introduction and safety notes
Learn to use the appliance
pag. 06
pag. 07
pag. 08
First section - FOR THE USER
pag. 09
Control panel
Working and use
Instructions before washing
Washing
Achievements
Stand by, self-washing
Instructions drain pump
Descaling
Automatic message list
Placement of dishes
Cleaning and preventive maintenance
Daily cleaning of the interior of the dishwasher
Detergents, rinse additives, descaling, sanitation
Inconveniences – Possible causes-remedies
Useful advices for the maintenance of stainless steel
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
Second section - FOR THE INSTALLER
pag. 25
Installation
Electrical connections
Water connections
Dispenser of washing, rinsing and descaling (programming)
Descaling cycles (programming)
Replacing of the detergent and washing of dispenser washing pipes
Programming – user
Table fitting plan
Connection scheme
Wiring diagram
Components
Specifications
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
pag.
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GENERAL NORMS
ENGLISH
Thank You for purchasing our Dishwashing Machine.
Perfect washing-up results as far as hygiene concerns and a correct operation of the dishwashing machine
can be assured only in case the instructions reported in the present manual are carefully followed.
We hope the information reported in the present manual will be helpful to You.
They are based on data and on our best updated knowledge.
Carefully read the Instructions reported in the manual, recommendations and suggestions included.
Carefully read the terms of sale too, even the ones limiting warranty.
This appliance in not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance (EN 60335-2-102/7.12).
The dishwasher has to be installed in an area with air recirculation and that complies with the local
work hygiene rules !
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INTRODUCTION
AND SAFETY NOTES
INTRODUCTION
- The machines are Industrial Pass-through-dish-washing machines .
- Noise level of the machine: L225-TW : Lpa=59,5 dB(A) / L335-TW : Lpa=67 dB(A) - (Norms EN ISO 4871 and
EN ISO 11204)
PRELIMINARY OBSERVATION
Carefully read the instructions reported in the present user manual, as it gives important indications about safety of
installation, operation and maintenance:
carefully keep the present manual for further consultations;
the illustrations and drawings showing the machine are intended for general reference only and are not
necessarily accurate in every instance;
the dimensions and characteristics of the machine, given in this Manual, are not to be considered binding and
may be changed without prior notice;
once removed the packing material, check that all the equipment is present. If there is any doubt, do not use it and
contact qualified personnel. The packing elements (plastic bags, nails, etc.) should be kept away from children,
because they are dangerous.
GENERAL SAFETY REGULATIONS
THIS SAFETY CODE HAS BEEN COMPILED IN YOUR INTEREST. Strict adherence to these rules will reduce the risks
of injury both to yourself and to others;
Personnel working with this machine must adhere strictly to all statutory safety regulations as well as the specific rules
listed below. Failure to do so may result in personal injury and damage to the machine;
DO NOT attempt to move, install, set up or operate this machine until you have read and fully understood this
Manual. If doubt persists, ask your supervisor;
never leave tools, parts or other loose material on or in the machine;
Before switching the equipment on, make sure that the model plate data conform to those of the electrical and
water distribution network;
remember that even with the mains indicator in the “OFF” position, the incoming cables are still live;
BEFORE starting the machine or the cycle, after any maintenance or repair work, make sure all protective are
correctly installed;
be vigilant at all times, remember that your safety and that of your fellow workers depends on you;
when moving or lifting the machine, care must be taken to comply with all the relevant regulations governing such
operations;
installation should be carried out by qualified personnel according to the manufacturer's instructions.
this equipment should be destined to the use which it has been conceived for. Any other application should be
considered improper and consequently dangerous;
the equipment should only be used by personnel trained for its use;
SPECIAL SAFETY REGULATIONS
-
adjustement and repairs must be carried out only by qualified personnel. Repair carried out by unskilled personnel
may be dangerous;
perfect washing-up results as regards hygiene and a correct operation of the washing machine can be assured
only in case the instructions reported in the present handbook are carefully followed;
the machine must be used only by authorized personnel who must comply with sanitary measures;
do not leave the machine in an environment with temperatures lower than 0°C;
the machine protection degree is IP21, therefore it should not be washed with direct high pressure
jets of water;
If the power cable is defective, it must be replaced by your manufacturer or by a technical assistance
service or by a qualified technician in order to avoid risks.
RESIDUAL RISKS
Although the appliance is equipped with the above-mentioned safety devices, danger of burns to upper limbs persists.
Avoid dipping your naked hands into the soapy hot water present in the tanks. This can cause burns and skin irritations.
In this case, immediately rinse them with plenty of water.
When the machine is working, do not open the inspection doors too quickly.
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Learn to use the appliance
Fan
(only L335-TW)
Steam condenser
ExtractableSteam condenser filter
(only L335-TW)
Stainless steel
Upper rotating washing
Double skin with
insulation 20mm
Stainless steel
Upper rotating rinsing ( cone 90°)
Tank with slanting bottom
Stainless steel
Lower rotating rinsing (cone 90°)
Double skin with
insulation 14mm
Stainless steel
Lower rotating washing
Stainless steel Tank filters
Stainless steel
Boiler with insulation
Rinse-aid dispenser
Overflow
Autodraining
washing pump
Stainless steel
Suction pump filter
Water inlet 3/4"
Water outlet ø 32mm
ater inlet 3/4"
Body,tank and Top in
Stainless steel construction
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
CONTROL PANEL
A
Main switch
B
Cycle pushbutton
C
Interactive display
D
Wash time selection
pushbutton
E
Programming
pushbutton
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ENGLISH
First Section - FOR THE USER
WORKING AND USE
The dishwashing machine can wash up to 960/320 dishes per hour.
The machine protection degree is IP21, therefore it should not be washed with direct high pressure jet water;
The correct placing of the objects is an essential condition for a good washing-up result;
We suggest to descale dishes, from time to time, in order to remove calcareous and/or starchy sediments
by soaking it in suitable solutions suggested by your cleansing agent supplier.
If you need to buy new dishes remember the following:
Dishes and cups: preference must be given to china or non-porous pottery articles, with smooth surface.
Glasses: choose a glass suitable to be washed in dish-washing machines. Surfaces must be smooth and
bottoms as flat as possible.
The dishwasher consists in
machines placed side by side.
two
standard
To use both dishwashers at the same time it’s
necessary to switch on both. The choice of the
cycles and of other functions can be done by only
one of the control panels.
When in one machine the cycle duration is
modified, this one automatically changes also in
the other machine!
CAUTION: Observe the safety notes and
dosage data for the use of chemicals. During
the use of the chemical substance wear
protective clothing, gloves and protective
glasses. Do not mix different cleaning
products.
TURN ON THE MACHINE
operating state of emergency.
In case of not much work, it’s possible to use only
one machine. In this case it’s necessary to
REMOVE THE OVERFLOW FROM THE
MACHINE THAT IS NOT USED.
2 - Turn on the power using the switch on the
wall and press the switch "A" placed on the
control panel (DIAGRAM.1).
INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE WASHING
BEFORE STARTING
SURE THAT:
-
and
You will see the serial number of the machine
followed by the logo Lamber.
THE WORKING OPERATION MAKE
Close the hood of the dishwasher.
the cock is open;
the filters and the overflow are in
their
housings;
the wash arm and the rinse arm are free to
pivot;
rinse aid and washing powder dispenser
containers are loaded.
Press at this point the key switch “A”
control panel (draw 1)
on the
ATTENTION! This operation must be carried
out in both dishwashers!
THEN PROCEED:
ATTENTION! This operation must be carried
out in both dishwashers!
1-
Open the hood and put into the tank,
possibly over the pump-filter . about 110
gr. of detergent in powder. Every 10 cycles add
about 75 gr. of detergent.
If the machine is provided with an automatic
dosing device, make sure that the detergent is
in its container.
At this point the LED will turn green and the
interactive display will show “Fill phase 1” that will
signal the start of the filling phase of the tank.
ATTENTION! This operation must be carried
out in both dishwashers!
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The filling phase is implemented in two stages.
WASHING
In STEP 1 begins the load of the tank with water
from the water mains; in STEP 2 continues the
filling but also begins a warm-water washing.
3 -
Open the hood of the machine and insert
the basket. .
N.b.The display informs you when the top of the
dishwashers is open.
Note: If the machine is equipped with water
softener, during the FILLING PHASE 1 it will be
made to one or more cycles of Regeneration and
a subsequent Resins’ Washing.
Attention: during tank filling don’t open the hood
of the dishwasher!!
4 - Place the dishes in the racks, making sure
to first remove all the solid waste and fats.
Make a preventive soak to cutlery and possibly
even to dishes if they are washed after a long
time use. Do not overload the baskets, dishes
should not overlap, the water must have a way of
being able to invest directly in their entirety.
Attention!
If during the loading phase, appears the message
“BREAK TANK”, this means that you’re filling up
with water the rear Break Tank.
If after 5 minutes the data is still flashing in
alternation with the inscription FILLING PHASE 1,
you will see the word ALARM BEREAK TANK and
this will means that there may by a problem in the
tank loading. (Call the Technical Assistance
Service!)
For a correct positioning of dishes see the specific
paragraph on page 16…
At the end of the filling phase of the tank on the
interactive display will appear the following
information (from left to right):
5-
-Temperature of washing;
-Time of washing;
-Number of cycle;
-Temperature of rinsing..
,
According to the following criteria:
- cycle 1 :short 1 minute ;
- cycle 2 : intermediate 2 minutes ;
- cycle 3 : long 3 minutes ;
- cycle 4 : infinite 15 minutes ;
The data of the temperature Tank and Boiler,
flashes slowly and increases in value, indicating
the current warming of the water in the boiler.
When temperature has reached, the data stops
flashing.
Select the time of the washing cycle by
pressing the time selection “D”
ATTENTION! When in one machine the wash
cycle is modified, this one automatically changes
also in the other machine! (if both dishwashers
are working)
The duration of the cycle must be chosen
according to the type of dirt to be removed from
the dishes.
Attention !
The machine is programmed at the factory so you
can start the washing programm after filling the
tank up to the required level.
However, before you start the cycle, make sure
that the machine has reached the ideal
temperature range (55°C for washing and 85°C
for rinsing):
See
paragraph
specifically
for
custom
programming, in the section dedicated to the
installer.
6 -
Close the hood of the dishwasher.
Start at this point the washing cycle of the
chosen duration comprising in addition to washing
a rest period of 5 seconds, and a rinsing phase
lasting 15 seconds with clear water at 85°÷90°C.
In any case, the rinse will start only in
temperature regime reached. The duration of the
washing time chosen will then be continued until
it reaches the set temperature ((Thermocontrol).
(only for L335-TW)
At the end of the washing phase there is the
automatically activating of the fan for suction of
the vapors. This aspiration continues for a
programmable time from 0” a 60” beyond the end
of the rinse seconds ( default 20“) .
A beep indicates the end of the cycle.
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dishes by evaporation, then remove them from
the basket, taking care not to touch the inside
edge of the same. Then put them on hygienic
shelves.
To continue the wash load another basket and
close the hood. The cycle will restart
automatically.
If you want to change the wash cycle, before
closing the hood, you will need to select the new
cycle by pressing the time selection “D”.
ATTENTION! When in one machine the wash
cycle is modified, this one automatically changes
also in the other machine! (if both dishwashers
are working)
(only for L335-TW)
During the wash cycle, the phases PAUSE –
RINSE always begin at the same time.
If the dishwasher “A” has reached the correct
working temperature, whereas the dishwasher
“B” has not, “A” waits for “B” and vice versa.
The same thing happens also when there is a
lack of water inside the Break-Tank.
Temperature data display: to view temperature
data during the wash cycle, it is necessary to
. You will see the
press the push-botton
temperature data for 3”.
If you want to fix the values of temperature for
the whole duration of the selected cycle, it is
To temporarly pause the cycle, simply open the
hood of the dishwasher.Closing it, the cycle will
start again at exactly the point were it was
interrupted.
It is possible at any time to stop the wash cycle by
simply pressing the button again cycle “B”
for 3”.
necessary to press the button
To re-display the data of the wash cycle, it is
necessary to press the switch
.
Attention! At the next cycle the temperature data
will not be displayed automatically, but the data
will appear in the wash cycle.
.
When you restart the cycle, this will restart from
the beginning.
ACHIEVEMENTS
Any deficiency in the washing process is
obvious when dirty residuals are visible. Any
halos might be caused by an insufficient rinsing:
in this case, check that the rinsing jets are clean
and that there is a sufficient pressure in the
water distribution network.
ATTENTION! It’s enough to do the selection by
one of the control panels.
(be carefull! During the cycle, at the opening of
the hood is pressed also the fan for fume
extraction for a maximum time of 20 seconds –
only to L305-CV)
In case you find residuals, check that:
• the washing jets are clean
• there is some detergent
• the pump suction filter is clean
• objects in the rack are placed in a correct
position.
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At the end of the wash cycle , the
message “END WASH” will appear followed by a
short beep.
The LED turns off and the B button appear the
temperature data and the data number and
duration of the cycle.
Open the hood of your dishwasher.
Remove the basket and tilting it, shake it lightly to
bring down the remaing drops. Allow to dry the
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STAND BY-ECONOMY
(only available on a machine with automatic
start!):
keep
button
pressed
for 3 sec.
The stand-by function allows you to keep the
machine closed at rest, keeping active heating
functions.
machine «ON»
keep
button
pressed
for 3 sec.
Wait the End
of the drain
(with drain pump
1 press button)
machine «OFF»
Remove the
overflow
2
3
Hood
closed
4
ATTENTION! It’s enough to do the selection by
one of the control panels.
- Self-washing cycle: with the machine ”ON” do
the following operations::
To start cycle
press button
1
Hood
open
-1
Put the machine OFF by pressing the
push-button “A” ( led off)
-2
Remove the overflow from both tanks
and wait until same is empty;
For machines equipped with drain pump, see the
instructions at the specific paragraph.
2
ATTENTION! It’s enough to do the selection by
one of the control panels.
Stand-by : with open hood and the machine is in
“ON”, press the cycle “B” push-button for 3
seconds, then closing the hood, the machine will
not operate the wash cycle while maintaining
active heating functions.
The display shows the word “ECONOMY”. The
temperature of the heater stabilizes at 60°
reducing the consumption of energy.
For machines without drain pump:
Visually check that the tank is empty,
-3
Close the hood of the dishwasher ;
-4
Hold the ”
” button for 3 seconds.
” , button,
ATTENTION: before your press the ”
make sure that the display shows the logo lamber
Attention!: make sure, after you start the
stand-by function to close the hood to keep
the wash tank hot and not disperse heat!
”
”.
In case it is off, turn the machine on by pressing the
switch “A” and then pressing it again to to turn off
again the push button “A”
The logo Lamber will reappear and will then be able to
start the function SELF-WASHING holding down the
To restart th cycle, put the top down and press
the push-button “B”.
Automatic Stand-by : after 10 minuters of nonuse of the machine, with the hood open, it
automatically activates the
STAND BYECONOMY, (the display shows the word
ECONOMY P*)
select push button ”
” for 3 seconds
On the display you will see the words “SELFWASHING” with the time bar that indicates the
icrease for the duration of the cycle of 5 or 10
minutes depending on the time of rinse set by
default
To restart the cycle, put the top down and press
the push-button “B”.
If the machine is not used for 1 hour, the same
turns off completely (the machine “OFF”, even
turning off the heating elements).
If you want to stop the cycle SELF-WASHING, it
is sufficient to press the switch “A”
DRAIN PUMP INSTRUCTIONS (optional)
Turn on the machine by pressing the pushbutton”A”.
(only for machines with drain pump)
The pump discharge function allows you to
automatically download the wash tank at the end
of the workday.
To restart the cycle, put the top down and press
the push-button “B”.
SELF-WASHING
machine«OFF»
keep
button
pressed
for 3 sec.
The function of self-washing allows you to make
a cleansing cycle at the inside of the washing
tank.
1
Hood
open
2
Remove the
overflow
3
ATTENTION! It’s enough to do the selection by
one of the control panels.
The inside of the washing tank is cleaned with
water coming from water network.
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The operation of the discharge pump is
automatic only during the cleaning cycle to
drain the excess water that enters during the
rinsing phase
machine «OFF»
keep
button
pressed
for 3 sec.
ATTENTION! The operation must be carried
out by only one control panel!
If a drain pump is installed, the drainpipes of
the two tanks debouch in one single drain
pump.
1
Remove the
overflow
2
keep button
pressed for 3 sec
and w ait the End
of the drain .
Hood
closed
3
4
ATTENTION! It’s enough to do the selection by
one of the control panels.
To make the cycle do the following operations:
At the end of the working day, to discharge
the tank completely, you must perform the
following steps:
-1
Punt the machine OFF by pressing the
switch “A” (led off)
-2
Remove the OVERFLOW from the tank;
-1
Put the machine OFF by pressing the
switch “A” (the display shows LAMBER
logo);
-3
Press the “B” button for 3 seconds and
wait for the complete emptying of the
tank;
-2
Open the hood of the dishwasher;
-4
Close the hood of the dishwasher;
-3
Remove the OVERFLOW from both
tanks.
4Then press the “B” cycle-button for 3
seconds
-5
Then press the
seconds
Alternately flash the words
“REMOVE OVERFLOW”
“DRAIN”
“E”
button for 3
At the end of the descaling cycle (approx. 35
minutes) will appear on the LED the words
“END OF THE DESCALING CYCLE”.
and
(N.B. The word “REMOVE OVERFLOW” will
disappear only to the closing of the hood)
The discharge stops automatically after about 5
minutes.
The discharge can be interrupted at any time by
pressing the cycle-button “B”
After drainig, the machine will turn off
completely (display OFF).
Replace the overflow into place and close the
hood.
DESCALING (optional)
(only for machine with drain pump and
dispenser )
The descaling function is a cycle that leads
descaling liquid in the pipelines of rinsing, in the
washing tank and boiler allowing the removal of
limescale deposits from the water products.
The cycle lasts about 35 minutes.
For an average water limestone is recommended
cycle activation at least once a week.
The frequency may vary depending on type of
water.
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List of automatic MESSAGES
8- WASH OF THE RESINS :
(only for machines with built-in water softner).
It indicates that a washing cycle of the resins of
the duration of 10” seconds is in progress..
On the display may appear some messages to
inform about the status of the cycle start of
abnormalities. Below is the eXplanation of some
MESSAGES that appear on the display
automatically.
9-SALT :
(only for machines with built-in water softener)
It indicates that there is a lack of salt into the
container. Add big pads of salt into the container
as per the specifications given to you by your
provider.
1-BREAK TANK :
This indicates that the tank of Break Tank is
filling of water to reach the required level.
2-ALLARME BREAK TANK:
This indicates a fault in the operating system:
lack of water mains, valve not functionning: Call
Customer Service!
10-SERVICE :
It Iindicates that you need to do maintenance
work. The scheduled maintenance service allows
you to control all the devices and efficiently
maintain your dishwasher over the time. Normal
functioning is still guaranteed. It is well worth
however not to wait too long to make the
intervention.
3-ECONOMY :
After 10 minutes of non-use of the machine with
hood open, it appears the word ECONOMY.
The temperature of the heater stabililzes at 60°
reducing the consumption of energy.
4-OFF
If no button is pressed in 1 hour, the message
“OFF” will appear and the machine turns off.
List ALARMS!
Alarm: A3-TEMP.SENSOR : this message
indicates that the probe of the tank temperature
thermostats or boiler is defective. Call the
Technical Support Service!!
5-THERMOCONTROL :
This indicates that the washing cycle will be
extended to reach the ideal temperature for
rinsing
Alarm: A2-HIGH TEMP. : this message indicates
that the temperature in the boiler is greater than
105°C. Call the Technical Support Service!
This message is accompanied by the value of the
temperature. This gives flashes and increments
until it reaches the programmed temperature, at
which may start the rinsing phase.
Alarm: BOILER PROBE FAILURE. : this
message indicates that the probe of the boiler is
not working properly. In this case the functioning
of the resistance of the boiler and the
Thermocontrol are disabled.
Call the Technical Support Service!
6-REMOVE OVERFLOW :
This indicates that the overflow has to be
removed to perform the selected operations (selfwashing, descaling or discharge of the tank)
The data is highlighted even if in reality you have
already removed the overflow, but will disappear
automatically after 10 seconds after you close
the hood of the dishwasher.
Alarm: TANK PROBE FAILURE: this message
indicates that the probe of the washing tank is
not working properly. It is disabled in this case
the functioning of the washing tank resistance.
Call the Technical Support Service!
7-REGENERATION IN PROGRESS :
(only for machines with built-in water softener).
It indicates that a cycle of regeneration of the
resins varying from 30” to 90” seconds is in
progress.
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DISHES POSITIONING
Warning !
Only use the baskets
supplied with the
dishwasher !
500
415
500
Insert the
baskets
inside the
dishwasher
with the
plates in the
direction
shown in
the picture.
Plates clearance
To achieve optimal cleaning results, make sure that tableware is correctly stored
inside the dishwasher.
Dishes must be placed in the plastic baskets, concave side up.
PP12-18 cod.CC00024 (2x)
dinner plates type"1"
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Dinner plates type " 1" should be
positioned concave side up and on
the side of the rack with 9 storage
compartments - that is a maximum
storage capacity of 18 flat plates, as
shown in the above picture
dinner plates type"2"
1
2
3
4
5
CPR-50G cod.CC00011 (2x)
6
Dinner plates type " 2" should be
placed concave side up and on the
side of the basket with 6 storage
compartments that is a maximum
storage capacity of 12 deep plates,
as shown in the above picture
CB cod.CC00019 (2x)
Glasses, bowls and cups should be
positioned face down into the proper
compartment as shown below.
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5
4
3
2
1
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G cod.CC00045 (4x)
Put the cutlery into the small baskets,
handles down. Avoid overlapping it
(see picture above).
CLEANING
AND
MAINTENANCE
PREVENTIVE
ATTENTION! This operation must be carried
out in both dishwashers!
PRECAUTION
INSTRUCTIONS
-
AND
CLEANING
IMPORTANT : Before carrying out the
cleaning and maintenance operations,
disconnect the equipment from the mains
power supply:
DAILY MAINTENANCE
ATTENTION! This operation must be carried
out in both dishwashers!
Attention. Before carrying out cleaning the
inside of the machine, make sure that there are
no foreign objects that could damage the rusty
steel inside the tank. The eventual rust particles
could come from non-stainless steel dishes, from
baskets or damaged water pipes not rust-proof.
-
Turn off the machine by pressing the
switch “A” and drain the water from
the tank by removing the overflow;
-
Wait until the water is drained and
there is no debris on the bottom of the
tank.
-
Proceed to the specific operation of
daily clearing as descrbed on the next
page
-
(only for L305-dy-CV) Clean the filter of
the steam condenser that is placed in the
upper part of the hood;
-
If there is an extended downtime is
advisable to prevent the formation of
unpleasant odors and leave the hood
raised.
-
When the machine is to remain idle for a
long time, drain all the water from the
boiler (the drain plug is located on the
lower side of the boiler) and from the
electropump. Also leave the wash tank
open.
Follow the directions on the maitenance in
this guide;
Wear protective clothing and gloves when
challenged elements
are impregned with
clearing solution;
high temperatures can be reached inside
the machine (90°C). After power supply has been
removed, wait until the machine has reached
room temperature, before working on it.
-
never leave tools, parts or other loose
material in or on the machine;
Chek that there are no rusting foreign
bodies, because of the material “stainless
steel” could begin to rust. Rust particles can
come from non- stainless steel dishes or
damaged wire baskets.
Do not wash the machine and the area
surrounding it with fire hydrants, steam jets
of high-pressure cleaners;
When clearing the floor be careful not
to saturate the base of the machine, in order
to avoid a prolonged stagnation of water;
To clean the inside of the machine, use
a brush or a soft cloth;
To clean the machine do not use
abrasive cleaners;
-
BEFORE starting machine or cycle, after
any maintenance or repair work, make sure
all protectives are correctly installed;
NEVER WASH THE EXTERNAL PART
OF THE MACHINE WITH A WATER JET
DAILY CLEANING OF THE INTERIOR OF THE DISHWASHER
ATTENTION! This operation must be carried out in both dishwashers!
Attention. Before carrying out cleaning the inside of the machine, make sure that there are no foreign
objects that could damage the rusty steel inside the tank. The eventual rust particles could come from nonstainless steel dishes, from baskets or damaged water pipes not rust-proof.
Unscrew the reel rinse lower
Open the
dishwasher
hood
of
ATTENTION!
Daily
disassemble the lower and
upper
wash
arms
by
working on the „big“ ring
nut, like in the picture.
the
Remove the washing lower
reel
Unscrew the reel rinse top.
Remove the reel clearing top
Remove the filter drawer
Remove the filter tank
Remove the filter suction pump
Remove the basket guide
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Remove the overflow pipe
Remove from the tank by
means of a brush or cloth if
any, residual dirt.
Clean the filter drawer
Wipe with a cloth the tank
and check for any debris on
the bottom.
Clean the pump inlet filter by
means of a brush
Clean the filter tank top
Clean the washing reel.
Check for any debris inside.
Clean the reel rinse
Insert the overflow
Insert the filter pump suction
Insert the filter tank in its
place
Insert in its place the filter
drawer
Replace the lower washing
arm
Screw the lower rinse arm
Keeping with a hand the
washing arm in place, screw
the rinse arm.
Check that the wash and
rinse arms are free to rotate
(upper and lower)
Replace the baskets guide
Mount the upper washing arm
Completely close the hoot the
the dishwasher. If there is an
extended downtime, it is
advisable to leave the hood
open.
(only for L305-CV) Clean the
filter of the steam condenser
that is placed in the upper part
of the hood;
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DETERGENT and RINSE-AID
Attention. During the use of chemicals is advisable to wear appropriate clothing, such as gloves and
protectives glasses.
It’s therefore important to consider some factors.
Firsf of all, it is necessary to use only strongly anti-foaming Alkali and Chlore Products specific for
industrial dishwasher, manufactured by Companies recognized as seriousness. By way of illustration, we
list a few: Ecolab-Soilax; Henkel; Lever; Diversey; Relativ.
Detergent
The detergent s needed to remove dirt and food from the dishes.
The detergent may by determined in various ways:
- Manually if powder
- Automatically from one external box via a dosing device embedded or external.
The mean concentration of powder detergents should be of 1,5÷2,5 g/liters
For dosing instructions refer to the initial notices before washing.
If automatic, always check the presence of liquid in the tanks and set the dosages by the installer.
.
The mean concentration of liquid detergents should be of 2÷4 g/liters.
In order to avoid corrosion and scalling, the placing of the detergent must be made above the water level in
the area closest to the pump suction filter, so that it enters immediately in solution and does not deposit on
the tank bottom.
The detergent dispenser is not standard on all the machines.
Then check the presence of it in the order data.
Periodically check the presence of product in external tanks!
Rinse-aid
To ensure proper rinsing and fast drying and prevent scale deposits on the dishes, you need to add to the
water an additive such as a surfactant (Rinse-Aid)
The rinse-aid is dosed automatically and its dosage is set by the authorized service technician.
The average concentration of use is of 0.15 g/liter.
The supplier of detergent will be able to recommend the most suitable product.
The machine is equipped with rinse-aid dispenser.
Periodically check the presence of the products in the external tanks!
PROBLEMS - CAUSES - SOLUTIONS
PROBLEMS
CAUSES
SOLUTIONS
The machine doesn't catch
Main switch is switched off;
Power plug is not inserted
Water cock closed;
Turn ON the main switch;
Insert the power plug
Open water cock;
The Overflow is not in place;
Reassemble the Overflow in place
The water inlet hose is blocked
Wrong detergent or dosage
Change the water inlet hose
Use anti-foam detergent in the right
dosage and never with cold water;
Use a non-foaming detergent and
never in cold water;
The water doesn't go in
Insufficient Washing
Detergent is inappropriate
Low temperature in the tank;
Dirty wash filter;
The washing arms are not free to
rotate
Rinsing nozzles blocked;
Insufficient Rinsing
The dishwasher will not
drain
Hydraulic pressure lower than 1
bar - 100 kPa;
Drain hose obstructed
The dishes are not dry
The filter of the drain pump (if
included) is obstructed
Rinse-aid has not been used or it
has been used only in small
quantity
On the dishes it forms a
layer
If there is a layer of limestone,
the water is too hard
The display shows
A3-TEMP.SENSOR
The display shows
A2-HIGH TEMP.
In the case of a film of starch,
high temperatures during the prewashing
Boiler temperature detector or
tank are faulty
Boiler temperature > 105°C
Wait until the water gets hot and wait
for the achievement of the ideal
temperature indicator light stop
blilnking
Clean filter;
Check the presence of obstacles or
the correct positioning of the dishes
Unscrew and clean nozzles under
running water;
Wait until the pressure is on or buy a
booster pump;
Check and remove any obstruction
Clean the filter of pump suction
Set the dosage according to the
manufacture directions
Check that the dosing tubes are not
blocked
Clean the detergent suction filters
placed in the tanks
Also check the entry of the water from
the mains and clean the filter may be
clogged
Check for the presence of operation
of water treatment system external or
embedded
Not perform manual pre-washing with
temperatures above 30°C
Call the Technical Service!
Call the Technical Service!
CAUTION! FOR ANY OTHER TROUBLE, CALL SERVICE
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DESCALING
When hard water is used you can find inside the machine and also on dishes calcareous sediments which
must be removed both for hygienic and operating reasons by a descaling operation.
Operating process and frequency of this intervention are suggested by your cleansing agent supplier who
has suitable products, generally containing phosphoric acid.
In order to avoid damage to the machine do not increase the quantities and once operations end rinse
abundantly.
SANIFICATION
At least each 30 days it would be useful to do this operation which guarantees the complete hygienic
conditions of the machine. We suggest to contact your cleansing agent supplier who will give you quantity
and name of the most suitable product you can use and that is generally an active chloride powder
(100÷200 ppm).
In order to avoid damage to the machine do not increase the quantities and once operations end rinse
abundantly.
ATTENTION: Observe the safety notes and dosage data for the use of chemicals. During the use of the
chemical substance wear protective clothing, gloves and glasses. Do not mix different cleaning products.
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USEFUL HINTS FOR STAINLESS STEEL MAINTENANCE
Stainless steel is so called because it is not affected by oxidation; this dues its resistance to a thin molecular
layer of oxide on the surface which protects againts further oxidation. There are, however, substances which
can modify or destroy this layer, giving rise to corrosion: besides preventing the protective film of oxide from
reforming, these substances corrode the stainless steel itself and can cause irreparable damage. It is
therefore necessary to prevent this by choosing correct cleaning products and by complying with the
following simple recommendations: never forget that when using these appliances, the first and
fundamental rule is to guarantee that the cleaning products are both non-toxic and hygienic.
Before using any detergent to clean either the stainless steel or the immediate and sorrounding floor area,
always ask your supplier for the most suitable product which does not cause corrosion on the steel itself; the
onset of rust is most commonly caused by the use of unsuitable cleaning materials (strongly acid chlorate
based detergents) or on inadequate maintenance.
Our appliances are made of stainless steel AISI 304 (18-10 type) for exterior panelling,upper tops, tanks etc.
Comply with the following instructions when cleaning and servicing parts in stainless steel.
Ordinary daily maintenance
Carefully and frequently clean the surfaces using a damp cloth; use soap and water or normal detergents,so
long as these do not contain abrasives or chlorine based substances such as sodium hypochlorite
(bleech) ,hydrochloric acid or other such solutions:These products quickly and irreparably corrode stainless
steel. When cleaning floors underneath or near the appliances, never use the above mentioned products as
vapours or splashes could subject the steel to similar destructive effects.
Only ever rub in the direction of the satining, then thoroughly rinse with clean water and carefully dry.
Rust : water supply pipes, inevitably convey particles of rust dissolved in the water especially in new
installation plants or when taps are opened after a period of inactivity. These iron deposits must not be
allowed to remain on the stainless steel since they produce rust by contamination.
Use suitable products to remove any rust marks,from companies which produce detergents for industrial
use. After application, thoroughly rinse with clean water, neutralizing the action of the product with an
alkaline detergent normally used to clean such appliances or with another specific product.
DO NOT USE METAL MATS TO CLEAN THE STAINLESS STEEL
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
The following instructions are addressed to a qualified personnel, the only one
authorised to carry out checks and repair, if any.
The Manufacturer declines any responsibility in the case of interventions
made by a non qualified personnel.
.
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ENGLISH
Second Section - FOR THE INSTALLER
During the installation, carry out a good machine levelling, which is a prerequisite for a correct
operation.
The Manufacturer cannot assume any responsability for any damage to persons or
property deriving from the non-observance of the above-specified norms.
For a correct installation see draw page 26 .
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Cross Section area
mm²
0,75
1
1,5
2,5
WARNING:: Danger to life due to live
components!
During all electric operation, disconnect the machine
from the network and verify the absence of
power.
The machine and its accessories must be connected
in accordance with local regulations, by a
Company specialized in electrical installations
and authorized by competent authorities.
Total loading
A
<6
6 ÷ 10
10 ÷ 16
16 ÷ 25
The electrical safety of this equipment is
only assured if it is connected as follows.
It is necessary to connect the equipment to
an effective ground installation, as specified
by the electrical safety rules in force.
Check that this basic requirement is
complied with and, in case of doubt, ask for
a careful check of the installation by a
qualified personal.
Before connecting the machine,
make sure that the voltage outlet
of the mains is the same as the
voltage specified on the data label
of the machine.
In addition, the equipment shall be part of
an equipotential system, the effectiveness
of which should be checked according to
the regulations in force.
A main switch must be installed between
the mains and the machine. This safety
measure also requires that the minimum
distance between the switch contacts is at
least 3 mm and the disconnection on all
poles according to EN 60204 (VDE 113).
The connection should be made at the
screw marked by the respective label
placed on the equipment back side (
).
THE MACHINE SHALL BE CONNECTED
WITH AN EFFECTIVE GROUND CLAMP.
Fuses on the main switch must be 16 A .
ATTENTION!
In case of THREE-PHASE FEEDING, please
check that the motor direction of rotation is the
same as the arrow on it.
The mains must be wired to be able to
handle the current drawn by the
machine.The system must also be provided
with a proper ground lead in accordance
with the existings norms. The electric cable
must be of the following type H07RN-F.
For the right choice of the cross section
area refer to the following table:
The manufacturer declines any responsibility
for any damages caused by lack of an
effective ground installation.
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procedure based on magnetic field or
electromagnetic radiation are completely
useless for the specific use in dishsashers.
WATER CONNECTIONS
Carefully comply with any national or
regional regulations in force.
Water installation must have the following
characteristics:
DUCT: Provide to bring close to the
machine a water duct with the above
characteristics, terminating with a gate
valve and with a male thread of ¾” Gas.
Temperature: 55°C
WORKS TEMPERATURES
Water temperature 55°÷60°C
Dynamic Pressure :
- 2 ÷ 4 bar (200÷400 kPa);
Rinse temperature 80°÷85°C
-for machines with incorporated Watersoftener:
Dynamic Pressure: 3 ÷ 4 bar (300 ÷ 400
kPa).
Temperature: 10÷12 °C.
ATTENTION!: do NOT connect to
softened water.
n.b.: To help a correct working of the
thermocontrol system, do NOT adjust the
thermostat during the washing cycle.
DO NOT TAMPER WITH THE
THERMOSTAT CALIBRATION
WARNING!
If the water pressure is higher than 4 bar, fit
the pressure reducer “A” supplied into the
solenoid valve as shown in the drawing.
WATER DRAIN
According to the dimensions of the drawing;
water drain and feeding pipe should have
the same diameter as the water inlet of the
machine.
It must be furnished with a siphon and have
a right slope.
The machine is provided with a flexible pipe
for the connection with the water-work.
Make sure there are no throttlings along the
pipe.
Carefully comply with any national or
regional regulations in force.
If the dynamic pressure is lower than
specified on the data plate of the machine, it
is advisable to install a Booster Pump.
Hardness: between 7,2 and 12,5 °French.
If the hardness values are higher than
those mentioned above, it is advisable to
install a water-softener.
In case of higher hardnesses it is
required the softener; failing this device, it
will be necessary to often proceed with the
operation of scaling and increase the
concentration of the detergent.
It is recommended to use only softeners to
“Ion Exchange” or “Reverse Osmosis”. The
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DETERGENT DISPENSER, RINSE-AID
DISPENSER AND LIMESCALE :
Entering DETERGENT WASHING LIQUID must
be carried out using the hole provided on the
front of the washing tank (see photo below)
PROGRAMMING
For programming see section CONFIGURATION
USER TECHNICAL-PROGRAMMING The control
acts on the percentage values from 0% to 100%
with the logic time/pause according to the values
shown in the following table:
0% always OFF
10% 0,5s ON and 4,5s OFF
20% 1,0s ON and 4,0s OFF
30% 1,5s ON and 3,5s OFF
40% 2,0s ON and 3,0s OFF
50% 2,5s ON and 2,5s OFF
60% 3,0s ON and 2,0s OFF
70% 3,5s ON and 1,5s OFF
80% 4,0s ON and 1,0s OFF...
90% 4,5s ON and 0,5s OFF
100% always ON
Example :
Adjusting the rinse aid dispenser with 40% rinsing
time 20 s
The mean concentration of the liquid detergent
should be 2-4 g/liter. In any case it is however
necessary that the detergent manufacturer
regulates in an appropriate dosage depending on
the characteristics of the installation.
For the installation of the dispenser inside the
machine, you can use the free support next to the
rinse dispenser installed as standard on the
dishwasher (see next photo)
The operating times will be:
2s ON + 3s OFF + 2s ON + 3s OFF + 2s ON + 3s
OFF + 2s ON + 3s OFF
For a fotal of 20 seconds onf rinsing.
Set the percentage based on the capacity of the
pump installed and rinsing time selected, taking
into account that the pump is running
simultaneously with the step of rinsing.
If there is the detergent pump installed by
Lamber, data are as follows:
Capacity: 1cc/SEC=3,6 Lit/H
Voltage: 230/50-60Hz
The suction tube of liquid detergent has to be
passed through the opening spot on the right side
of the machine (see next photo)
DETERGENT DISPENSER
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION OF THE
DETERGENT DISPENSER
CAUTION: Observe the safety notes and
dosage data for the use of chemicals. During
the use of the chemical substance wear
protective clothing, gloves and glasses. Do not
mix different cleaning products.
If the machine is not fitted as standard, must be
accompanied by detergent dispensers oft he
suppliers of those products.
The choice of a suitable cleansing agent is an
essential condition if you want to obtain
extremely good washing results as regards
hygienic results. That’s why it’s important to
consider some points. First of all only highly
alkaline and chlorine-active antifoam products,
especially made for industrial dish-washing
DESCALING CYCLE :
machines, must be used and they must be
produced by well-known reliable Firms. Mean
concentration of the cleansing agents in powder
must be 1,5÷2,5 g/lt. Mean concentration of
liquid cleansing agents must be 2÷4 g/lt.
In order to avoid scales and corrosions, put
cleansing agent above water level on the
nearest area of the sucking pump filter, in this
way it will immediately dilute and will not deposit
on the tank bottom.
For programming, see section CONFIGURATION
USER TECHNICAL-PROGRAMMING
The descaling cycle has a duration of about 35
minutes and takes place according to the steps
listed below:
1. pump dispenser rinsing and descaling
until the tank is full
2. heating phase until the boiler
temperaturer >50°Cand tank> 45 °C
3. wash pumps for 1 minute
4. 1 minute rest
5. wash pump for 1 minute
6. rinsing pump and limestone dosing for
15 seconds
7. 1 minute rest
8. wash pump for 1 minute
9. 1 minute rest
10. wash pump for 1 minute
11. rinsing pump and limestone dosing for
15 seconds
12. 1 minute rest
13. wash pump for 1 miunute
14. 1 minute rest
15. washing pump for 1 minute
16. rinsing pump for 15 seconds
17. heating boiler off
18. 1 minute rest
19. washing pump for 1 minute
20. 1 minute rest
21. washing pump for 1 minute
22. rinsing pumps for 15 seconds
23. 1 minute rest
24. drain pump until the tank is empty and
for another 2 minutesi
25. rinsing pump up to full tank
26. washing pump for 5 seconds
27. drain pump until the tank is empty and
for another 2 minutes
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION OF DETERGENT
DISPENSER
(ONLY FOR MACHINES WITH INCORPORATED
DETERGENT PUMP AND EXPANSION BOARD
0300844 (L) OR 0300839 (F)
WARNING: Danger to life due to live
components!
During all electrical operations, disconnect the
machine from the network and verify the
absence of power.
The machine and its accessories must be connected
in accordance with local regulation, by a
company that is specialized in electrical
installation authorized by the competent
authorities.
For the electrical connection of the dispenser,
refer to the red terminals inside the electrical
cabinet (see photo below) and refer to the wiring
diagram sheet 3.
List ALARMS!
Alarm: A3-TEMP.SENSOR
This message indicates that the probe
temperature thermostats of hot water heater is
broken or short-circuited!
Replace the probe.
To prevent damages to the electrical components
of the machine is mandatory the use of these
terminals to avoid flying connections in other parts
of the installation (valves, etc.)
Alarm: A2-HIGH TEMP.
This message indicates that the temperature in
the boiler is greater than 105°C.
Chek for the presence of water in the boiler or
the operation of the heating element!
N.B. For the cables using the cable gland
provided in the electrical control box and identified
with a lebel..
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DETERGENT REPLACEMENT AND CLEANING OF THE DETERGENT PUMP HOSES
Guidelines to be followed when replacing detergent :
- If you leave the machine without detergent, crystallization arises due to the formation of air bubbles
- Set up again detergent pump hose anytime you use a new detergent
- The whole system consists of a container, dosage hoses and detergent pump hoses and must be cleaned
before using a new detergent.
- Call on your authorized technical assistance to fulfil the necessary operations to obtain a good cleaning
result.
- You are recommended to proceed with the cleaning of the dosage hoses and the detergent pump with
water once a month.
Failure to comply with these guidelines will render this guarantee invalid. Lamber disclaims any
liability for consequential damage on the product.
You can clean yourself the dosage hoses and the detergent pump with water.
Guidelines:
A-
Disconnect the suction hose from the
detergent can.
D – Once self-cleaning is finished, connect
the suction hose to the detergent can.
B-
Connect the suction hose to a new
water recipient.
WARNING: Respect security and chemical
dosage guidelines.
When using chemical products you must wear
personnal protection equipment, gloves and
protection glasses. Do not mix different
detergents together.
Attention !
Replace every 6 months the peristaltic pumps
suction pipe !
C-
Switch the Self-cleaning cycle on (see
paragraph page 14)
KEYBOARD INTERACTIVE MEMBRANE
Machine OFF
ON/OFF push-button "A" for 1 second when the machine is ON
(with the machine empty the display will show off after 10" seconds)
(logo LAMBER appears)
(just with machine full)
Machine ON
ON/OFF push-button "A" for 1 second when the machine is in OFF
with the machine empty the display will indicate "door open" or "closed door"
(Temperature displayed)
(just with machine full)
Select the washing
program
Key "+" while the machine is ON
Select the washing
program
Key "-" while the machine is ON
START Washing
Program
Key "B" while the machine is ON
USER SET-UP
Button
"+"
for 5 seconds while the machine is in OFF
N.B. At the end of the programming operations
the machine turns off. Press push-button "A"
for 1 second to turn the machine on.
Language
exit
Italian
Français
Englais
Allemand
Espagnol
To confirm
USER TECHNICAL-CONFIGURATION PROGRAMMING
Push-button "+" and push-button enter "D" for 5 second with the machine FF and hood open
cod. PIN 1000
Unit of measure
°C
C
°F
Rinse
(22÷90°C)
To confirm
P1
P2
P3
P4
back
To modify
the values press
and after "+" and "-"
Temperature Cycles
Washing
(50÷70°C)
P1
P2
P3
P4
back
Infinite
(0÷900")
P1
P2
P3
To modify
P4
back
and then "+"and "-"
the values press
Cycle duration
Rinsing
(0÷60")
P1
P2
P3
P4
back
back
Repeat
(1÷50)
Cycle Repeat
P1
P2
P3
P4
back
To modify
the values press
and then "+" and "-"
back
Partial cycles
(number of partial
performed cycles)
n°……
°
(not
( t editable)
dit bl )
(Only be reset with Reset FunctionPartial Cycles)
After 3 seconds came back
standard
viewing
g
For temperatures
fixed for the entire cycle
of washing press
push-button
for 3 seconds
back
Washing
(10÷360")
To view the
temperatures during
washing cycle
press push-button
To confirm
Total Cycles
(Number of Cycles
performed)
Partial Cycles
Reset
Automatic Starting
Time phase 2
Filling of the tank
n°……
(not editable)
n°……
n
yes/no
("yes" to reset value)
YES
NO
To confirm
To confirm
To confirm
Time
(10÷360")
To confirm
Rinsing 2
YES
NO
To confirm
Discharge
(Drain pumpe)
YES
NO
To confirm
Drain time
end cycle
(0÷60"))
(0÷60
To confirm
Water dump and fill
(0÷50)
Intervallo cicli
cambio acqua
To confirm
Aspirator
YES
NO
With "NO" the aspirator time
is enabled
To confirm
Time aspirator
Aspirator
(0 60")
(0÷60")
To confirm
dos.Washing
Dosing time
dispenser of washing
dos.washing
(0÷100%)
for the times
see
the table
on tne manual
to confirm
dos. Rinsing
Dosing time
dispenser of rinsing
dos.Rinsing
(0÷100%)
for the times
see
the table
on the manual
To confirm
dos. Discaling
Dosing time
Discaling
dos.discaling
(0÷100%)
for the times
see
the table
on the manual
Without Drain pump this parameter
is not
To confirm
Stand By
YES
NO
To confirm
If you turn the machine on Stand By
stops after 1 hour and sets the values
of rinse temperature on 60°C.
The display will show the word ECONOMY
Soft-start
YES
NO
To confirm
Regeneration
(Water softener)
YES
NO
To confirm
Filling time
regeneration
Drain time
(30÷90")
To confirm
Cycle number
regeneration
Number of cycles
(0÷15")
With "0"
the regenerating is
enabled
To confirm
Economy thermostat
YES
NO
To confirm
Thermocontrol
YES
S
NO
To confirm
SERVICE
Number of cycles
Exit
Number of cycles
(0÷99999) With "0"
the SERVICE is
enabled
To confirm
At the end of the programming operations
the machine turns off. Press push-button "A"
for 1 second to turn the machine on
TABLES FITTING PLAN
To fix the side tables please see drawing above.
1
SHELF
4x
FLAT WASHER ø 6x18
4x
S.S.SCREW TE M 6x16
With corner versions unscrew the basket lock “S”
and screw it in the position by drawing “2”, fixing it
to the existing holes (see drawing “3A”).
Then bend the support by using the apposite key,
as shown in drawing “3B”, up to the position
indicated in “3C”.
4x
FLAT WASHER ø 6x18
Corner version
GROVER WASHER ø 6
S.S. NUT
3
4x
4x
M6
FLAT WASHER - ø 6x18
S
S.S.SCREW - TE M 6x16
GROVER WASHER - ø 6
3a
S.S. NUT M 6
optional
cod.0400367
3b
2
S
90°
3c
RE G-M E N-13-015
CONNECTIONS SCHEME
4
BOILER Elements
1
2
1
Brown
2
Black
3
Black
4
Staples
3
TANK Elements
3
2
1
COL-L25-EK-display-2014
4
1
Brown
2
Black
3
Black
4
Staples
COMPONENTS
KA1
KM4
KM2 KM3
Morsetti
KM1
S1
2
1
3
SQ1
FA8
FA7
FA6
FA5
FA4
FA3
FA2
FA1
FR1
1
2
FA15
FA14
FA13
FA12
FA9
P1
FA11
P2
FA10
PCB1
3 4
P.C.BOARD
AD AD
AD
CONTROL BOARD
1
10
SOFT TOUCH
CONTROL PANEL
S3
EH1
S4
EH2
YV1
M1
MS1
BASIS
Cnp-L25-ek-display-2014
optional
Mod.
L225-dy-TW
L335-dy-TW
1340X765X1450
1340X765X1700
mm
2160-1080-720 (2880)
2160-1080-720 (2880)
Nr.
120-60-40
60-30-20
Nr.
WASH CYCLE
60"-120"-180"
60"-120"-180"
Sec.
BASKET SIZE
50 x 50
50 x 50
cm
12÷18 (24)
12÷18 (24)
Nr.
WORK HEIGHT
890
890
mm
PLATES CLEARANCE
415
415
mm
400 V3N~50Hz
400 V3N~50Hz
V
2x1100
2x1100
W
OPTION
2x385
WASH TANK ELEMENTS
2x6000
2x6000
W
RINSE TANK ELEMENTS
2x9000
2x9000
W
TOTAL RATING
20200
20200
W
MAX CURRENT INTENSITY
16+16
16+16
A
TANK CAPACITY
34+34
34+34
Lt
8+8
8+8
Lt
RINSE AID DISPENSER
SI
SI
WASH AID DISPENSER
OPTION
OPTION
SCALE REMOVER PUMP
OPTION
OPTION
DRAIN PUMP
OPTION
OPTION
W
45 ÷ 55
10 ÷ 12
°C
PUMP DELIVERY
480
480
l./min
WATER CONSUMPTION PER CYCLE
5,2
5,2
l
WATER CONSUMPTION PER HOUR
104-156-312
104-156-312
l
WATER PRESSURE
2÷4
2÷4
Bar
WATER HARDNESS
5 ÷ 10
5 ÷ 10
°F
80 ÷ 90
80 ÷ 90
°C
3/4"
3/4"
"G
32 mm ÷ 1"1/4
32 mm ÷ 1"1/4
"G
NET WEIGHT
290
356
kg
GROSS WEIGHT
650
800
kg
1600x930x1610
1660x930xh1870
mm
NOISE
59,5
<67
dB(A)
HOOD WITH DOUBLE INSULATING WALL
YES
YES
GB
SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS l x w x h
WASHING CAPACITY dishes/H
baskets/H
DISHES PER BASKETS
VOLTAGE
ELECTRIC PUMP
RINSING ELECTRIC PUMP
BOILER CAPACITY
WATER CONNECTION
RINSING WATER TEMPERATURE
WATER INLET
WATER OUTLET
PACKING DIMENSIONS
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