GALAXY 5 Owner’s Manual
& Parts List
This equipment is intended for commercial use only
GALAXY 5 MODELS
500BX  500BX-EH  500BX-HR
1753 Blake Avenue ♦ Los Angeles, CA 90031 ♦ 1-(800)-338-EDIC, or in CA 1-(323)-660-1635 ♦ Fax 1-(323)-667-0144
BEFORE OPERATING THIS MACHINE
Read this manual carefully and completely before attempting to operate this unit. This manual has
important information for the use and safe operation of the machine. Keep this manual handy at all times. This
machine will assure years of satisfactory service if operated and maintained according to recommendations in
this manual. If additional information is needed, please contact EDIC at 1-800-338-EDIC or write to:
WARNING!
EDIC
1753 Blake Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90031
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The machine was designed for use on carpet, floor and upholstery extraction applications as per instructions and recommendations
written in this manual. Any deviation from its proper use or purpose and the consequential damage that may occur is the sole
responsibility of the end user.
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Disconnect the power cord from the outlet before servicing. Do not leave the machine connected to an electrical outlet when
unattended.
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Do not immerse or use this machine in standing water. Such use may cause electric shock.
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This equipment is not designed to handle or use combustible/volatile substances such as gasoline or kerosene, in, on, or near the
machine. The use of such materials will cause an extremely hazardous condition.
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When using an extension cord, use only a 3-prong conductor grounding cord- 12 gauge wire or heavier.
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To avoid electric shock, do not expose the machine to rain. Store it indoors only.
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Do not use the machine for dry vacuuming, as it is not equipped with a fine dust filter.
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Use a defoamer at all times to prevent damage to the vacuum motors. If defoamer is not used, or not used sufficiently, foam from
your chemical or chemical left in the carpet from a previous cleaning may be ingested into and damage your vacuum motors. Failure
to use a defoamer may cause water damage to the vacuum system and void warranty.
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Do not use water in excess of 135°F (57°C) in the solution tank as it may damage the solution system.
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To prevent seal damage and chemical build-up to the pump system, run clean water through the solution lines after each day’s use.
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Use only commercially available carpet cleaning solutions and defoamer intended for use with machines of this type. Do not use
dyes, bleaches, ammonia, or other additives. The use of powdered cleaning solution if not diluted properly may result in damage to
the pump. If powdered chemicals are used, premix in a separate container according to directions on the container before placing in
the solution tank. Monitor and clean intake filters to prevent clogs. Replace damaged filters immediately to prevent damage to
pump.
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Do not expose the machine to freezing temperatures, or store inside a room or vehicle where the temperature might drop to
freezing temperatures.
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For troubleshooting or technical issues, please contact EDIC or the distributor your equipment was purchased from.
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Do not use replacement parts other than those specified on the parts list or recommended by an EDIC representative.
FOR UNITS EQUIPPED WITH HEAT ‘N’ RUN HEATER
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Read and understand the HEAT ‘N’ RUN owner’s manual before using the External heater on your Galaxy 5 extractor.
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Do not run heater dry! Turn on your pump and run solution completely through the system prior to turning on the heater. Be
advised that water in the tank does not ensure that water is in the heater. Turn off your heater immediately if you run out of water
in the machine, and do not activate again until water has once again been run through system.
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Water hookups must be in place and water flowing through the heater prior to turning it on. Failure to do so may cause internal
component damage and will void warranty.
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Heater must be filled with water or water based solutions at all times when in use. Turn off the switch and unplug the heater from
outlet when not in use.
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Do not use heater at more than 500 psi.
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Do not immerse heater in water.
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To avoid explosion and / or fire, do not use solvents or any flammable liquid in heater.
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH ABOVE WARNING INSTRUCTIONS WILL VOID THE WARRANTY
Grounding Instructions
The 120V A/C and the 220V A/C models have been outfitted with the appropriate grounding connector. Make sure the machine is
connected to a grounded outlet having the same configuration as the grounded plug. No adaptor should be used with this machine.
Any modification to the connector will void the warranty.
PREPARING THE MACHINE
IMPORTANT: For all EDIC GALAXY equipment, use only the correct EDIC GLIDEMASTER high pressure, high heat wands & upholstery tools. They are
designed to deliver and maintain the correct gallons per minute (GPM), pressure (PSI) and heat when attached to the machine’s pump system. Use
of other manufacturer’s wands can cause over-wetting of carpet, damage to the pump system (including hose & fittings), lack of pressure and heat.
1.
Pour properly mixed cleaning solution or water into the solution tank using a new or clean bucket. Add defoamer per chemical
manufacturer’s instructions on label. For more information, see warning section in this manual.
2.
Slide vacuum hose cuff onto the black hose adapter (located at the top left of the rear of the machine) and then slide the cuff from the other
end of the vacuum hose onto the tool being used.
3.
Connect the male end of the solution hose to the wand. Connect the female end to the machine by pulling back the knurled collar on the
female quick disconnect fitting and pushing it onto the male fitting located on the bottom of the rear of the machine, then release the
knurled collar to lock the male into place. You should hear it click fully into place.
4.
Make sure the drain valve is closed by pushing the T-handle all the way in. Failure to close a drain valve will result in leaking of dirty
water or loss in suction. Keep the drain valve clean as debris may prevent a proper seal.
5.
Upon the first use of the machine or if the machine has been drained completely of water by either spraying or evaporation from lack of
use, you may need to prime the pump to purge the air out of the system in order to get the proper pressure. To do so, see the “Priming the
Pump” section of this manual.
6.
If a Powermate is to be used with the machine, connect the male electrical plug coming from the Powermate to the optional power
receptacle on the machine. If your machine is not factory equipped with a power receptacle a Powermate may still be used by plugging the
Powermate’s electrical cord directly into a 3-prong wall outlet using the provided adaptor cord.
ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR UNITS WITH OPTIONAL EXTERNAL HEATER INSTALLED:
1.
Be sure to fill the solution tank with water before plugging in the machine.
2.
Water hookups must be in place and water flowing through the heater prior to turning heater on. Failure to do so may cause internal
component damage and will void the warranty. For more information see Warnings section.
3.
Spray water through the tool / wand before turning on the heater to assure that there is water flow.
4.
Heater must be filled with water or water based solutions at all times when in use.
5.
For units with a 2000W External Heater, plug the heater power cord and machine power cord into separate outlets on separate circuits.
6.
Turn off the switch and unplug the heater from outlet when not in use.
7.
Do not use heater at more than 500 PSI.
8.
Turn on heater switch when you are ready to clean.
CAUTION: When the green light on the heater is on, the heat element is heating the water up to the proper temperature. When the green light is
off, the water in the heater tank is up to temperature and the thermostat switch in the heater has turned the heater off. It will automatically turn
on and off throughout your job to provide the correct temperature.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS – CARPET TOOL
1.
Turn on the vacuum and solution switches one at a time to prevent an amp surge. Making sure that the wand is evenly positioned on the
carpet, slowly pull it towards you with the solution valve trigger engaged. Then release the trigger while making a forward pass along the
same area. This pass is called a dry pass because it is done with the trigger disengaged thus using only the vacuum (no spray). Now
position your wand head for your next pass and repeat. Do not over-wet carpet. Make overlapping passes to prevent streaking.
2.
On heavily soiled carpets, we recommend using a pre-spray solution. You can find the proper chemical for the proper type of stain and
soil by consulting the distributor your equipment was purchased from.
3.
When you run out of solution, turn off the machine completely (including the heater if applicable). Attach the drain elbow on the drain
valve. Place a pail under the downspout and pull up the drain valve T-handle. Dirty solution will pour out until the tank is empty. Close
the drain valve. Use a clean bucket when you refill the solution tank. Do not use the bucket that was used for draining to fill the solution
tank.
4.
When the job is completed, turn the switches off and disconnect the vacuum and solution hoses from the carpet and the machine. Be
careful of dripping at the time of disconnection as solution may still be in the lines. Drain the recovery tank by following the drain valve
instructions.
POWERMATE: 1204ACH & 1800AC-200 (OPTIONAL)
1.
Connect the cord on the Powermate to the optional receptacle in the back of the machine or directly into the wall outlet, by way of adapter
cord. Turn on the vacuum and pump switches.
2.
1204ACH - The motor for the Powermate is turned on and off by a green rocker switch located on the top of the motor housing. A green
switch that does not light up may indicate a defective switch. Solution application is controlled by squeezing the solution valve lever
located at the top of the handle.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
1800AC-200 - The motor of the rotating power brush is operated with your right hand controlling a long toggle switch. Pull it up
for momentary use; push it down for continuous brush action (when the toggle switch is in the center it is off). Solution
application is controlled by depressing the solution lever with your right hand fingertips.
To move the Powermate forward, push the wand handle downward, raise the front end and push the wand into position using the rear
wheels.
1204ACH - To clean, gently lift the wand handle to insure the nose of the wand is pressed against the carpet, then while squeezing the
solution valve lever, pull the wand towards you.
a. 1800AC-200 – To clean, depress the solution flow lever while pulling the power wand towards you.
Here’s how it works- the solution is jet sprayed deep into the carpet to loosen the dirt. The brush scrubs the fiber and breaks up surface and
deep dirt. It fluffs the nap without distortion to the pile. With the weight of the base on the suction head, the vacuum picks up the dirt and
solution. Make overlapping passes to prevent streaking.
Perform a dry pass by going over the path you just cleaned without squeezing the solution valve lever to remove as much dirt and solution
as possible.
CLEANING UPHOLSTERY
Cleaning upholstery with success requires a good knowledge of the type of fabric you will work on. Look for the cleaning instructions label sewn on
the underside of the furniture for the recommended method of cleaning. If it calls for dry-cleaning, do not attempt to clean by wet extraction
otherwise damage to the fabric could occur. Extraction works perfectly on most synthetic fabrics including synthetic velvets. Always consult your
distributor for information on how to find the proper type of chemical and method for the type of fabric you are cleaning.
Before proceeding, test the fabric for colorfastness. Apply a small amount of cleaning solution on the fabric in an inconspicuous spot. Wait 2 to 3
minutes and rub the area with a white terry cloth towel. If no color comes off the towel, the fabric should be safe to clean. If a little color comes
off, there is some risk of colors running when you clean. It may be possible to stabilize colors by cleaning with an acidic rinse.
1.
Prepare the machine in the same manner as for carpet cleaning (see Preparing the Machine) except attach the upholstery tool to the
vacuum and solution hose instead of the wand. Pour hot water into the solution tank, not exceeding 135°F. Add recommended amount
of cleaning concentrate into the solution tank. Turn on the vacuum and pump switches.
2.
Clean with the upholstery tool using as little solution as possible. Make overlapping passes to prevent streaking. Go over the area you
just cleaned without depressing the lever (vacuum only) and gauge the amount of moisture extracted through the view window for
dryness. On heavily soiled areas like arm rests, pre-treat with a recommended pre-spray solution.
PRIMING THE PUMP
1.
Locate your priming hose included with your machine. Your priming hose can be found in the solution tank of your machine when you
receive it.
2.
Make sure that your solution tank has a good amount of water, as this will help the pump prime more easily.
3.
Locate the brass male fitting on the rear side of the machine. Connect the female end of your priming hose to the male fitting on your
extractor.
4.
Insert the other end of the priming hose into the vacuum port. You may need to hold this end of the hose in place.
5.
Turn on your pump. Turn on your vacuum.
6.
Let the machine run until you can see the water flowing consistently through the priming hose with no air bubbles. This should only take
5-25 seconds.
7.
Turn off the pump and vacuum.
8.
Your pump is now primed and ready to start cleaning at full pressure.
DAILY MAINTENANCE
1.
Always keep the machine clean inside and out.
2.
Pour 1 gallon of clean, hot water into the solution tank. Turn on and flush the entire system through the wand nozzles for about a minute
to prevent mineral or chemical build-up. A periodic use of a 1:3 white vinegar and water solution helps to break down build up, as well.
3.
Remove dirt and lint build-up inside the ball float filter screen in the recovery tank. Lint should be cleaned off so that air flow is not
impeded.
4.
Check the solution tank strainer in the solution tank. If lint has accumulated in the screen, remove and rinse it in clear running water or
soak it in a 1:3 white vinegar and water solution. Replace as necessary.
5.
Empty recovery tank and open recovery lid and run your vacuums for 3-5 minutes after every job to remove any excess moisture from
the vacuum motors. This is especially important if you have over filled the machine or did not use enough defoamer.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
All EDIC machines are engineered and built to require a minimum amount of maintenance. But like any machine it does require some care to keep
it in optimum working condition. Careful attention to these maintenance instructions will give you maximum operating performance and will
increase the life expectancy of your machine.
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Solution Lines & Fitting: Flush the machine at least once a month with a solution of 3 parts water with 1 part white vinegar in order
to neutralize the alkaline residue left by the cleaning solution.
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Quick Connect Couple: Spray with WD-40 or equivalent lubricant to prevent coupler from sticking.
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Drain Valve: Apply light oil on gate seals. If machine has to be stored for a prolonged period, leave the gate valve open.
Solution Pump: The same above procedure used on the solution line and fittings applies to the pump.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
PROBLEM CAUSE
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
No electrical power
1. Defective power cord
2. House or building circuit breaker tripped.
Switch is turned on. Power
is intermittent to all
motor(s)
1. Faulty electrical cable.
2. Defective switches.
3. Loose terminal or discolored terminal connections.
VACUUM SYSTEM
No vacuum
1. Drain valve is open or not sealed properly.
2. Vacuum lid is open or not sealed against tank.
3. Loose vacuum hose, vacuum connection.
4. Disconnected or loose wire inside machine.
Low vacuum
1. Accumulated dirt on lid screen.
2. Worn out vacuum lid gasket.
3. Lint & dirt build-up on wand head.
4. Defective vacuum hose.
5. Loose connection in the vacuum motor(s).
SOLUTION SYSTEM
Pump motor on, no spray
through spray tips
1. Clogged spray tips.
2. Clogged solution intake filter screen.
3. Plugged female quick disconnect coupler or couplers not fully engaged.
4. Punctured pump diaphragm.
5. Defective or clogged check valve.
6. Crack in pump housing.
7. Lost prime.
Uneven or weak spray
from tips
1. Clogged or dirty spray tips.
2. Accumulated dirt on solution intake filter screen.
3. Accumulation of debris inside pump and plumbing.
4. Worn pump bearing (excessive noise).
5. Punctured pump diaphragm.
6. Defective motor.
7. Worn nozzles.
Vacuum motor(s) working,
pump motor fails to turn
on
1. Loose wiring connection.
2. Defective pressure switch in the pump.
3. Defective pump motor.
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500BX PART NUMBERS
F90008 Filter with Frame
C02291 Screw,1-4-20x.2.5
C00233 Washer, 1-4 in Flat,(O)
F11971 Solution Lid
D11975 Plate, Motor, 5 Gal
E11169 Gasket, Vac Motor
C00284 Screw, 10-32 X .375 Ground
C00273 Locknut, 1-4 20 Nylon
E00449 Grommet
02522LA Vacuum Assy. with Molex, 135 in, 115 V, 500BX-EH
J00639 Screw Clamp, 1.63 - 2.43in.
J00618 Vacuum Hose, 2in Grey, Wire, 8 in lg
F11969 Handle
11876-2A .125 in High Pressure Hose Assembly, 2' Long
A00168-18 Bushing .25 M X .125 F
A00052 .25 X .375 M-F 90deg Brass
A00168 Bushing 3-8MX1-4F
00513-100-1A Pump Assy. with Molex, 100 PSI
C11955 Washer - Flat #10
A12023 3-8 Barb X 3-8 MP 45 Deg
C11954 Screw 10-32X1in Phillips
J11508 Screw Clamp, #6, .43in - .875in
J11154 Sol.Hose, .375in.,100PSI,Wire, 22 in lg
A11947 3-8 Barb X 3-8 FP
A11949 3-8 M-F 90deg Brass
A00053 45 Elbow, .25 MP X .25 FP
E11951 Grommet, Sealing, Rubber
A11952 Nipple, .375 X 7in NPT
C11953 Bolt,Hex .25-20 X5.5in
F12943 Right Seal
C00293 #8 X .5in Pan, Black SMS, Phillips
C11165, Screw, #8 X 1 in, Pan, Black
E11129 Gasket - Base, 12 in
F12944 Left Seal
D11692 Latch
C11529 Screw, 10-32 X .375
C12013 Screw,3-8 16X1.5SS
D12121 Latch Button, Black
C02238 Screw, 6-32 X .625 Pan Head Phillips, SS, Machine Screw
C00254 Lock Washer, 1-4in
C02294 Screw, 1-4-20 X 1.25 SS
D00418-1 Axle, Wheel, 5 Gal Galaxy
G11765 Wheel, 7in, .5in Bore
C02305 Cap Nut, .5in Push-on
H02564-2 Label, Caution, Motor Housing
C00313-1 Hex Bolt 1-4-20x.5ss
G00531 Caster, 3in Swivel
F11966 Solution Tank
500AX
10763-2A Pump
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C12095 Washer
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K00672 Pvc Pipe, 1.5 X 0.67 ft Sch 40 Wht
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K00711 Drain Valve, Black
K00710 Elbow, Drain Valve, Black
E11128 Gasket, 2.5in OD X .19in
F11967 Recovery Tank
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J00633 Cuff, 1.5in, Wire, Grey
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B11779 Stub, 12-3 SJTW Yellow
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1 C11177 Velcro Strap, Black
2 B11979 Extension Cord, 14-3
3 H02548-2 Label, Important, Cord
4 A00104 QD, .25 M X .25 FP, Brass
5 B11779 Stub, 12-3 SJTW Yellow
6 B11606 Strain Relief, Pigtail
7 B02211-1 Switch, Rocker, Green Light
8 C00293 #8 X .5in Pan, Black SMS, Phillips
9 B11304 Twist Lock Receptacle
10 H02576 Label - Vacuum
11 H02574 Label - Pump
12 C11529 Screw, 10-32 X .375
13 D11974 Switch Plate w- Outlet, 5 Gal
14 E12060 Gasket, Switch Plate, 5 Gal
15 H00565-5 Label, Serial Number
16 C02315 Star Washer, Ground Sw Plt
17 C00264 Nut, Ground, Sw Plt
18 B11956 Harness, Switch, Galaxy 5
19 H11914 Label, Switch Plate, Neutral
20 H11913 Label, Switch Plate Load
21 H10911 Label, Switch Plate Ground
22 B02190 Terminal Block, 3 Pole
23 A00124 Hex Nut, .25 NPT Brass
24 A00053 45 Elbow, .25 MP X .25 FP
25 A00160 Nipple, .25 X 2 in, Brass
26 A00161 Tee, .25 FP, Brass
27 A00052 .25 X .375 M-F 90 deg Brass
28 11876-2A .125 in High Pressure Hose Assembly, 2' Long
29 80595 Pump Drain - Bleed Hose Assy
29A J00595 Hose, 36 in
29B J00637 Oetiker Clamp, .63 in
29C A00060 3-8 Barb X 1-4MP, Brass
29D A00102 QD, .25F X .25FP, Brass
30 J00613B Hose, .375 X 8 in, 300 psi, Black
31 J11508 Screw Clamp #6, .43 to .875 in
32 A11243 Tee, Barb, .375 Plastic
33 J11154 Sol. Hose, .375 X 4 in, 100 psi, Wire
34 J11154 Sol. Hose, .375 X 8 in, 100 psi, Wire
35 A00060 .25 Male X .375 Barb, Brass
36 G11314 Pressure Regulator, Brass
37 A00168-18 Bushing .25 M X .125 F
38 B12015 Harness, Main, Galaxy 5
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
NOTES
REVISED 10-24-2012