Model
From Serial #
HS-5008
H5020
886.068
1.340.001
Serial #
Shipping date
Operation Instructions
For Washers
HS-5008 / H5020
LOGI CONTROL
GIRBAU, S.A.
Crta de Manlleu, km. 1
08500 VIC (Barcelona) • SPAIN
Tel. 34 93 8861100
Fax 34 93 8860785
girbau@girbau.es
www.girbau.com
Operation LOGI
HS-5008
H5020
Rev. 02
For USA and CANADA:
CONTINENTAL GIRBAU Inc.
2500 State Road 44
WI 54904 Oshkosh • USA
Tel. 1(920) 231-8222
Fax 1(920) 231-4666
info@cont-girbau.com
www.cont-girbau.com
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Rev. 02/0804
Safety Instructions
2
WARNING!
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or injury to persons when using the washer, follow basic
precautions, including the following:
1.
READ all instructions before using the washer and
KEEP them in a prominent location for customer
use.
2.
Do not wash articles that have been previously
cleaned in, washed in, soaked in, or spotted with
gasoline, dry cleaning solvents, other flammable,
or explosive substances as they GIVE OFF
VAPORS that could ignite or explode.
3.
DO NOT ADD gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents, or
other flammable, or explosive substances to the
wash water. These substances give off vapors
that could ignite or explode.
4.
Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be
produced in a hot water system that has not been
used for two weeks or more. HYDROGEN GAS IS
EXPLOSIVE. If the hot water system has not been
used for such a period, before using the washing
machine, turn on all hot water faucets and let the
water flow from each for several minutes. This will
release any accumulated hydrogen gas. As the
gas is flammable, do not smoke or use an open
flame during this time.
5.
Do not allow children to play on or in the washer.
CLOSE SUPERVISION of children is necessary
when the washer is used near children.
6.
Before the washer is removed from service or
discarded, REMOVE the door.
7.
DO NOT REACH into the washer if the drum is
moving.
8.
Do not install or store the washer where it will be
exposed to the WEATHER.
9.
DO NOT TAMPER with controls.
10. DO NOT REPAIR OR REPLACE any part of the
washer or attempt any servicing, unless
specifically recommended in the user instructions
or in published user-repair instructions that you
understand and have the skills to carry out.
11. All SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS included in the
Instruction Handbooks, should be reprinted and
posted in the laundry room.
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12. Failure to install and operate this machine
according to the Instruction Handbooks or to work
safety and hygiene standards and common sense,
may result in conditions which CAN PRODUCE
bodily injury or loss of life.
13. The WARNING, CAUTION and IMPORTANT
instructions
appearing
in
the
Instruction
Handbooks 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
this machine. These factors MUST BE supplied by
the person(s) installing, maintaining, or operating
the machine.
14. All connections for electrical power and plumbing
MUST comply with the statutory safety standards
applicable to each country, and be made by
Licensed Installers only (refer to note 3).
15.
WARNING!
MACHINE INSPECTION, FILTER CLEANING,
SERVICE OR PARTS REPLACEMENT.
Before attempting any service or inspection of the
washing machine:
• COMPLETELY disconnect the machine from the
original power source and check for accidental
reconnection. In LOGI CONTROL units, moving
the ON switch to the OFF position is not
sufficient.
• Wait a minimum of (5) five minutes after
disconnection to ensure the elimination of
residual voltage within the machine.
• Close and mechanically interlock the water
supply valves and check that machine has
COMPLETELY drained, parts have cooled
down and that no pieces are in movement
through inertia.
Failure to comply with this warning may
result in serious injury.
16. NEVER operate the machine without the panels
and guards correctly in place and secured.
17. The room SHALL comply with the environment
conditions (air venting, temperature, humidity...)
specified in the Installation Instruction Handbook.
Safety Instructions
18. DO NOT OPERATE the machine if it is suspected
to be faulty, either visually, by noise or smell, or
with missing or broken parts.
19. Machine starting-up SHALL be made by
Authorised Service Technicians (refer to note 2).
20. Machine SHALL BE USED by qualified personnel
(refer to note 1), wholly familiar with the machine’s
operation.
21. DO NOT allow children or people with handicaps
incompatible to machine use to operate machine.
22. To minimise the possibility of creating a fire, take
SPECIAL care, KEEP appliance area free from
combustible materials and fire extinguishers
should be easily ACCESSIBLE to all laundry staff.
3
23. Delimitate danger areas and PREVENT public
access to them with machine in operation.
24. On completion of the day's work, TURN OFF the
manual supply valves and DISCONNECT the
electrical power by the External Automatic Switch.
25. Always CONTACT an Authorised Service
Technician or Licensed Installer (refer to notes 2 &
3) about any problems or conditions you do not
understand.
26. For a safety operation, machine MUST be kept in
a good environment, used and maintained
properly, and serviced annually by Authorised
Service Technicians (refer to note 2).
27. The Distributor (seller) IS OBLIGED to thoroughly
train the operator during the starting-up.
THE MANUFACTURER REFUSES ANY RESPONSIBILITY IF THESE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND ALL
INFORMATION IN THE CORRESPONDING HANDBOOKS ARE NOT FOLLOWED.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
NOTES:
(1)
(2)
(3)
Qualified Personnel refers to anyone who has read the Instructions Handbooks, has been trained and has a thorough
understanding of the machine’s operation
An Authorised Service Technical (STA) is one that has successfully completed training on the product by Girbau S.A., or a
Girbau, S.A. Distributor.
An Authorised Licensed Installer is one that is suitably qualified in the procedures and regulations applicable in that country.
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Safety Instructions
4
HAZARD SYMBOLS USED ON WASHER LABELS
Electric risk
Protection guard for electric components.
High temperature risk.
Operate with caution.
Use appropriate protections.
Mechanical risk
Protection guard for moving parts
Risk of harmful vapors inhalation.
Keep dispenser box closed.
Use appropriate protections.
SYMBOLS USED IN THIS MANUAL
This symbol is used to give relevance to any
precise explanation.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards for
the user, the machine or the fabric.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE AND CONSERVATION
1.
2.
3.
4.
This machine has been made and designed for
industrial washing or cleansing in a water bath,
linen and textile materials without solvent
impregnation.
Unless
approved
by
the
manufacturer in writing, it is not considered
appropriate FOR OTHER PROCESSES.
Machine MATERIALS in contact with wash
products are:
• Stainless Steel AISI-304 L.
• Polypropylene PP.
• EPDM and NBR.
• Polyamide 11.
• Glass.
The chemicals furnisher and the machine owner
will be responsible to assure that the products ARE
COMPATIBLE and will not produce machine
oxidation or damage.
Notice that the hypochlorite (bleach), in certain
conditions of use, generates chlorine gas.
The chlorine, in high concentrations and
temperature deteriorates the stainless steel.
Periodically CLEAN machine, to prevent metallic
parts corrosion, to produce higher output and for a
longer life.
NEVER use harsh products to clean the machine
and laundry room. There are products on the
market, which are highly corrosive.
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5.
If machine is left idle for long periods of time, it
must be PROTECTED from humidity and
temperature variations.
6.
FOLLOW the fabric care instructions supplied by
the manufacturer, GIRBAU S.A., REFUSES ANY
RESPONSIBILITY IN CASE OF TEXTILE WEAR
AND TEAR.
7.
Failure due to improper machine operation may
VOID WARRANTY.
8.
Any part you may replace on your washing
machine, must be an ORIGINAL SPARE-PART
official GIRBAU. Otherwise the machine can suffer
damages and may be dangerous for its safety.
9.
When asking for information on your machine,
MENTION model and serial number (features plate
is located at the rear side).
10. Any reuse or reproduction of this machine
Instruction Handbooks is strictly prohibited without
the WRITTEN CONSENT of the manufacturer.
11. THE ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM IS LOCATED IN
THE UNDERSIDE
COVER.
OF
THE
WASHER
TOP
Index
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
INDEX.................................................................... 5
1. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1.1 Control panel ................................................... 6
1.2 Loading the washing machine ....................... 6
1.3 Using the dispenser ........................................ 6
1.4 Starting a program ......................................... 7
1.5 Modifying a program in progress ................... 7
1.6 Wash programs ............................................. 8
1.6.1. Program application and contents ........ 8
1.6.2. Description of symbols and values of
programs charts ............................................ 10
1.7 Stop modes .................................................. 11
1.7.1. End of cycle .......................................... 11
1.7.2. Interrupting a program .......................... 11
1.8 Unbalance control ........................................ 11
1.9 The delay option .......................................... 11
1.9.1. Delaying a program ............................. 11
2. ADVANCED USE MODE.
2.1 Access to MODIFICATION mode
2.2. Modification of program contents. Pro menu
2.2.1 Master program
2.2.2 Default program contents. Non USA /
CANADA application
2.2.3 Default program contents. USA /
CANADA application
2.2.4 Default program contents. Great
Britain application
2.2.5 Phases definition
2.2.6 Definition of programmable functions
and values for each phase
2.2.7 Modification of a program
2.3. Information menu. Info menu
2.4. Modification of operating parameters. Mod
menu
2.4.1 Parameters modification
2.5. Modification of the access code. Ncod menu
2.6. Clock of the system. Hour Menu
2.6.1 To set the clock
5
ANNEX 1
Default program contents. USA / CANADA
application. 20-29 versions
HANDBOOK APPLICATION
The operation instructions on this handbook
applicable to machines with program 30 version
above. (Refer to INFO menu, Section 2.3 on
Advanced Operation Instructions rev. 02 at
are
and
the
the
manufacturer’s website www.girbau.com)
For USA / CANADA default program contents,
20-29 versions, refer to Annex 1 at the end of this
Instructions handbook.
NOTE
The contents of chapter 2. ADVANCED USE
MODE, can be consulted at the manufacturer’s
website: www.girbau.com, see Advanced Operation
Instructions rev. 02 for HS-5008 LOGI CONTROL.
3. TROUBLESHOOTING
3.1. What to do when … ..................................... 12
3.2. System alarms ........................................... 12
4. MAINTENANCE
4.1. Operations described ….............................. 13
4.2. Cleaning the washer .................................. 13
4.3. Cleaning the door seal ................................ 13
4.4. Cleaning the electro valve filters ................. 13
4.5. Cleaning the dispenser ................................ 13
4.6. Cleaning the drain pump ............................ 14
4.7. General overhaul ....................................... 14
5. SERVICE REMOVAL
5.1. Dismantling .................................................. 14
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Operation
6
1. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1.1. Control panel
recommend mixing whites with other colours or
garments of different colours.
Open the door and load the machine. We recommend
filling the drum to its nominal load. Do not overload the
machine; the door must be able to close easily.
Whilst the door is open, the display reads door,
indicating that the door must be closed in order for the
program to begin.
Use light pressure to close the door. Avoid impacts.
The door will now be locked during the entire washing
cycle.
1.3 Using the dispenser
Open the dispenser drawer and fill the compartments
with the corresponding products, according to these
symbols:
fig. 1
A:
Program start and stop.
B:
Wash program selection.
ADVANCED USE MODE.
Begin program delay (option).
Modification of the program in progress.
C: START switch.
fig. 2
D: LEDs indicating the phase of the program in
progress.
E: Display. Shows the function being run.
Main reports that appear on the display:
I
II
∆
@
- Powdered detergent for pre-wash.
- Powdered detergent for wash.
- Bleach (chlorine, bleach...)
- Softener / neutraliser.
Close dispenser drawer.
REPORT
Pr-*
A-*
C-** / F***
rt-*
Et-*
End
door
MEANING
Program selected. Machine ready to
wash.
Water inlet
Water temperature in Centigrade or
Fahrenheit degrees
Rotation time left.
Spin time left.
End of program. Door unlocked
Washer with door open
1.2 Loading the washing machine
Group the fabrics to be washed in homogeneous loads,
trying to reach the nominal value of the load. Empty all
pockets, fasten buttons, close zippers and remove
accessories that are not machine-washable. We do not
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SUDS CONTROL.
The mechanical action of front-loading washing
machines improves the quality of the wash but
encourages creation of suds.
Remember that a suds bath always reduces the
efficiency
of
your
wash.
ALWAYS
USE
CONTROLLED SUDS DETERGENT.
Oversudsing causes an increase in the pressure
inside the machine and decreases the efficiency of
the sealing systems.
Repeated washing with a large amount of suds
considerably reduces the life of seals and bearings.
THIS CIRCUMSTANCE IS NOT COVERED BY THE
MACHINE’S WARRANTY.
Operation
7
1.4 Starting a program
1.
2.
3.
Load the machine and close the door (see section
1.2).
Choose the desired program with the programme
selection buttons. (For information on the
characteristics of each program, please see section
1.6. Wash Programs). The selected program will be
shown on the display.
Press the
button to begin the program that is
shown on the display.
During a program, the door remains locked until the LED
indicating the end of the program comes on.
1.5 Modifying a program in progress
Program acceleration
You can modify the duration of a program whilst it is in
progress.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the
button to activate the option. The
display will flash.
Press the V button to increase the rotation times,
one minute at a time. The duration of the spin cycle
cannot be increased.
Press the W button to decrease the rotation, spin
times, or to advance the program stage.
After a few seconds, the display will stop flashing
and the modification option will de-activate.
Crease-guard stop
Once the washing program has started, you can
program to stop the drum rotation before the final
extract, with the objective of avoiding creases.
For activating this function once the washing cycle
has started, press the key W. On the display, the
rh-0 message will appear. Press V. The display
message will change to rh-I. The crease-guard
Stop function has been activated.
Before the last extract, the drum rotation will be
interrupted and the PUSH STAR message will
appear on the display.
For resuming the program, press the
key.
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Operation
8
1.6 Wash programs
The washer offers the possibility to select among eight
different wash programs for different kind of garment and
soil. In the default configuration, the program contents is
defined as indicated in the following charts:
1.6.1. Program application and contents
GENERAL Application
Pr – 1. EXTRA HEAVY SOIL – WHITE
Ph
L
C
d
r
rt
2
40
1
1
4
1
2
0
0
1
2
2
2
40
1
1
6
3
1
60
2
1
12
4
2
40
3
1
6
5
3
--- --1
2
6
3
--- --1
2
7
8
2
Pr - 3.
Ph
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
4
1
rh
E
Et
---
---
1
---
---
---
1
---
---
---
3
3
0
---
2
2
---
---
3
3
---
---
1
---
---
---
1
---
---
0
4
7
 51 MIN.
MEDIUM SOIL – WHITE
L
C
d
r
rt
cd
rh
E
Et
2
40
1
1
6
---
---
3
3
1
50
2
1
8
0
---
2
2
2
30
3
1
6
---
---
3
3
3
---
---
1
2
---
---
1
---
3
---
---
1
2
---
---
1
---
2
0
4
1
4
---
0
4
7
Pr - 5. HEAVY SOIL – COLOR
Ph
L
C
d
r
2
0
0
2
1
2
40
1
2
2
1
40
2
1
3
3
0
0
2
4
3
--- --2
5
6
4
 65 MIN.
cd
2
0
4
2
 51 MIN.
rt
cd
rh
E
Et
4
---
---
1
---
6
---
---
3
3
10
0
---
2
2
2
---
---
3
3
2
---
---
1
---
4
---
0
4
7
 30 MIN.
Pr - 7. SYNTHETICS
Ph
L
C
d
1
40
2
1
r
rt
2
---
3
0
0
2
3
4
3
---
---
2
0
4
cd
rh
E
Et
6
0
---
2
2
2
---
---
3
3
2
2
---
---
1
---
2
4
---
0
4
6
 59 MIN.
Pr - 2.
Ph
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
HEAVY SOIL – WHITE
L
C
d
r
Pr - 4.
Ph
1
2
3
4
5
LIGHT SOIL – WHITE
L
C
d
r
rt
cd
rh
E
Et
1
6
1
---
0
---
rt
cd
rh
E
Et
2
40
0
1
4
---
---
1
---
2
40
1
1
6
---
---
3
3
1
60
2
1
10
0
---
2
2
2
40
3
1
6
---
---
3
3
3
---
---
1
2
---
---
1
---
3
---
---
1
2
---
---
1
---
2
0
4
1
4
---
0
4
7
40
2
1
 37 MIN.
2
30
3
1
6
---
---
3
3
3
---
---
1
2
---
---
1
---
3
---
---
1
2
---
---
1
---
2
0
4
1
4
---
0
4
7
Pr - 6. MEDIUM
 40 MIN.
SOIL – COLOR
Ph
1
2
3
4
5
L
C
d
r
rt
cd
rh
E
Et
2
40
1
2
4
---
---
2
2
1
40
2
1
8
0
---
2
2
Pr - 8.
Ph
1
2
3
4
WOOL AND DELICATES
L
C
d
r
rt
cd
3
0
1
3
4
---
---
1
---
2
30
2
2
8
1
---
1
---
3
0
0
3
2
---
---
1
---
3
---
---
3
2
---
---
1
---
3
0
4
3
4
---
0
3
3
5
3
0
0
2
2
---
---
3
3
3
---
---
2
2
---
---
1
---
2
0
4
2
4
---
0
4
7
 32 MIN.
rh
E
The parameters that appear on the chart can be modified: See the Advanced Operation Instructions rev. 02 for HS-5008
LOGI CONTROL at the manufacturer’s website: www.girbau.com
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Et
Operation
9
USA / CANADA application. 30 and above versions.
Pr - 1.
Ph
1
2
3
EXTRA HEAVY SOIL - WHITE
 27 MIN.
L
F
d
r
rt
cd rh
E
Et
1
113
2
1
9
0
---
1
---
2
32
3
1
2
---
---
3
2
2
---
---
1
1
---
---
1
---
2
32
4
1
2
---
0
4
5
Pr - 3.
Ph
1
2
3
MEDIUM SOIL - WHITE
L
F
d
r
rt
cd
rh
Pr - 5.
Ph
1
2
3
HEAVY SOIL - COLOR
L
F
d
r
rt
cd
rh
E
Et
1
8
0
---
1
---
Pr - 7.
Ph
1
2
3
SYNTHETICS
L
F
d
r
rt
cd
rh
E
Et
1
86
2
2
4
0
---
1
---
2
32
0
2
1
---
---
3
2
2
32
4
2
2
---
0
4
5
4
 22 MIN.
E
Et
1
86
2
1
6
0
---
1
---
2
32
3
1
3
---
---
3
2
2
32
4
1
2
---
0
4
5
104
2
1
 22 MIN.
2
32
0
2
1
---
---
3
2
2
32
4
2
2
---
0
4
5
 18 MIN.
 22 MIN
Pr - 2.
Ph
1
2
3
HEAVY SOIL - WHITE
L
F
d
r
rt
1
104
2
1
2
32
3
1
2
32
4
cd
rh
6
0
3
---
1
2
---
Pr - 4.
Ph
1
2
3
LIGHT SOIL - WHITE
L
F
d
r
rt
cd
rh
E
Et
1
68
2
1
4
1
---
1
---
2
32
3
1
3
---
---
3
2
2
32
4
1
2
---
0
4
5
Pr - 6.
Ph
1
2
3
MEDIUM SOIL - COLOR
L
F
d
r
rt
Pr - 8.
Ph
1
2
3
WOOL & DELICATE
L
F
d
r
rt
cd
rh
E
Et
2
68
2
2
6
---
---
1
---
2
32
0
3
1
1
---
1
---
2
32
4
3
2
---
0
3
3
1
104
2
1
E
Et
---
1
---
---
3
2
0
4
5
 20 MIN.
6
 21 MIN.
cd
rh
E
Et
0
---
1
---
2
32
0
2
1
---
---
3
2
2
32
4
2
3
---
0
4
5
 17 MIN.
The parameters that appear on the chart can be modified: See the Advanced Operation Instructions rev. 02 for HS-5008
LOGI CONTROL at the manufacturer’s website: www.girbau.com
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Operation
10
Great Britain application
Pr – 1. EXTRA HEAVY SOIL – WHITE
Ph
L
C
d
r
rt
2
0
0
1
2
1
2
0
1
1
2
2
1
65
2
1
12
3
2
40
3
1
6
4
3
--- --1
2
5
2
0
4
1
4
6
Pr - 3.
Ph
1
2
3
4
5
6
rh
E
Et
---
1
---
---
---
3
3
0
---
2
2
---
---
1
---
---
---
1
---
---
0
4
7
 51 MIN.
cd
2
40
1
1
6
1
50
2
1
8
2
30
3
1
3
---
---
3
---
---
2
0
4
2
Pr - 7.
Ph
1
2
3
4
cd
---
MEDIUM SOIL – WHITE
L
C
d
r
rt
rh
E
---
---
3
3
0
---
2
2
6
---
---
3
3
1
2
---
---
1
---
1
2
---
---
1
---
1
4
---
0
4
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The parameters that appear on the chart can be modified: See the Advanced Operation Instructions rev. 02 for HS-5008
LOGI CONTROL at the manufacturer’s website: www.girbau.com
Cod. 410746
Rev. 02/0804
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Operation
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1.6.2. Description of symbols and values of programs charts
SYMBOL
OPTION
DESCRIPTION
Estimated program time
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77
Ph
7
Minimum program time based on a machine with hot water supply and without heating.
Time in minutes.
Phase number.
The phase indicated with grey background belongs to the wash phase.
Bath level
L
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1
2
3
Low level
Medium level
High level (units with pumped drain, levels 2 and 3 are the same)
Bath temperature
777
Value in Centigrade or Fahrenheit degrees
Dosing
d
1
2
3
4
Pre-wash dosing
Wash dosing
Bleach dosing
Softener / neutraliser dosing
1
2
3
Heavy-duty rotation: 25 sec. ON / 5 seconds stop.
Normal rotation: 15 sec. ON / 15 seconds stop.
Delicate rotation: 5 sec. ON / 25 seconds stop.
Drum rotation
r
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Rotation time
77
Value in minutes
Gradual cool down
c
0
1
Option non available
Option available
Program stop in the last rinse (rinse hold)
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Option available
Bath drain
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2
3
4
Drain + wash speed
Drain + positioning speed (approx. 100 r.p.m.)
Drain + medium spin speed (approx. 600 r.p.m.)
Drain + high spin speed (approx. 950 r.p.m.)
Spin time
77
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Value in minutes
Non programmable value in the phase
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Operation / Use
1.7 Stop modes
1.7.1 End of cycle
After the final spin cycle, the machine will begin a
countdown during which it will stop the drum and unlock
the door. A buzzer and the LED indicating the end of the
cycle will notify you when you can open the door.
1.7.2 Interrupting a program
A. Press the
button to interrupt a washing program.
The safety time before the door can be opened will
be approximately two minutes. A buzzer and the LED
indicating the end of the cycle will notify you when
you can open the door.
B. Other stop modes are:
- Disconnecting the START switch.
- Disconnecting the automatic external switch.
We do not recommend these stop modes, except in
an emergency. In these cases, as long as the door
remains closed, the machine will think that there has
been a power failure. When the power is switched
back on, the machine will resume the program in
progress.
On machines with pumped drain, the disconnection
of the external automatic switch or the ON switch
does not allow the bath drain.
1.8. Unbalance control
Before starting spin, the control of the washing machine
checks the correct distribution of the load.
If it detects that the load is not well distributed and that
can cause an excessive unbalance during the spin, a
new positioning of the clothes will be carried out.
If there’s still unbalance during the spin of the last
phase, the washer can end the washing cycle reducing
noticeably the spin speed. If this is the case, the report
End/bAL will be showed after the delay of the door
opening.
Then, it is recommended to:
- Unload the machine, and load it again
- Start de washing cycle and accelerate the program
until the last phase.
- The washing machine will repeat the last spin
without the need to fill it with water.
- If the problem is not solved or is frequent, call
Service.
To improve the efficency of the spin of the washer
it’s advisable to:
- Load the washer until its nominal value.
- Load the washer with homogeneous loads.
1.9 The DELAY option
The DELAY option allows you to program the start time
of a program in progress depending on the needs of the
Cod. 410746
Rev. 02/0804
user. For example: using two-rate electricity,
rationalisation of electricity consumption, adjusting the
laundry production system, etc.
To use the DELAY option, it is essential for the
washing machine to have a real-time operation kit
installed (clock). If the machine did not come with
this kit, you can install one easily. Contact your
distributor.
Before the first use, and each time there is a time
change, verify and/or adjust the time on the clock.
(See ADVANCED USE MODE rev. 1, section 2.5, at
www.girbau.com.)
1.9.1 Delaying a program
1. Load the washing machine and close the door.
2. Place washing products in the dispenser drawer.
3. Select the program to be used and press the MOD
button. The dLY report will appear on the display.
4. To cancel the dLY option, press the STOP button.
Programming start time
5. When dLY is displayed, press the MOD button. The
current time will appear on the screen, in “h,m”
format (hours, minutes, using a 24-hour clock).
6. The minutes are shown flashing. You can change
them by pressing the buttons V W .
7. Press the ACCEL button to validate the minutes
and start to modify the hours.
8. The hours are shown flashing. You can change
them by pressing the buttons V W .
9. Once you have chosen the desired start time, push
START. The start time and the selected program
will be displayed alternatively.
10. To cancel the delay of a program, select and hold
STOP button, for five seconds.
2. ADVANCED USE MODE
There is an advanced use mode: the MOD mode. This
mode includes five different menus through which each
user can personalise the operation of the washing
machine.
Menus for advanced use mode:
MENU
Pro
PURPOSE
Modification of the program contents
INFO
Information menu
Mod
Modification of operation parameters
Ncod
Modification of the access code
HOUR
Adjustment of the system time
Information on the menus, details and access mode:
refer to the Advanced Operation Instructions for
HS-5008 LOGI CONTROL, rev. 1,
at the
manufacturer’s website: www.girbau.com.
Troubleshooting
3. TROUBLESHOOTING
Some of the washing machine’s operating problems
can be solved through the intervention of the user.
These problems are detailed below.
Should you have any questions, remember to consult
the Authorised Technical Service.
3.1 What to do when…
..the wash cycle ends with the report: END/BAL
This report indicates that the final spin cycle is not
possible because the load is unbalanced.
- Unload the machine and load it again.
- Begin the wash cycle and accelerate the program to
the last phase.
- The washing machine will repeat the last spin cycle
without refilling with water.
- If the problem persists, or occurs often, contact the
Authorised Technical Service.
...the machine makes a strange noise during the spin
cycle.
- Check the levelling of the machine. See section 2.5
of the Instruction Manual for Installation.
- Tighten the locking screws on the outside panels.
- If the problem persists, contact the Authorised
Technical Service.
REPORT ON THE
DISPLAY
...there is a water leak.
- Check the status of the output draining pipe.
- Check the status of the seals on the water inlet
hoses; tighten the connectors.
- Clean the door seal of any possible deposits or
remains of cloth.
- Check the coupling of the filter and the draining
pump (section 4.6)
- If the problem persists, seal all of the water inlets
and contact the Authorised Technical Service.
… you have forgotten the access code for the
advanced operating mode
- Contact the Authorised Technical Service.
… the clock (option) stops working correctly
- Possible battery failure. Contact the Authorised
Technical Service to have it replaced.
3.2 System alarms
The safety of the washing machine use requires that
the machine itself precisely monitor any possible
anomalies. These anomalies are reported in the form of
alarms.
On the washing machine’s display, the ALM message
will appear, alternating with the specific alarm report.
Below are possible causes of alarms and the steps to
follow.
PROBABLE CAUSE
Faulty water inlet
ALM/A-*
Defect in the electrovalves.
Defect in the level control system.
Machines with pump drain: obstruction of the
draining pump.
ALM/E
Anomaly in the drain system.
Erroneous drain configuration.
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WHAT TO DO
Check water input pressure.
Check manual water inlet valves.
Check the status of the filters in the
electrovalves (see section 4: Maintenance).
Call Service
Clean the draining pump (see section 4:
Maintenance).
Check the status of the washing bath’s output
hoses.
Call Service
Leakage in the electrovalve.
Bath level with machine idle.
Close manual water inlet valves
Call Service
Bath level exceeded.
Close manual water inlet valves
Call Service
ALM/C
Defect in the temperature probe.
Erroneous heating configuration.
Defect in the heating circuit.
Call Service
ALM/Prob
Defect in the temperature probe.
Call Service
ALM/BAL
Defect in the unbalance control switch.
Call Service
ALM/VAR*
Disconnection of the motor’s thermal
protection.
Alarm set off by the inverter.
Call Service
ALM door
Faulty door lock
Call Service
ALM/L
ALM/SL
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Rev. 02/0804
Maintenance
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4. MAINTENANCE
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Before performing any work on the washing
machine, disconnect and mechanically lock the
external switch, and close and mechanically
lock the manual water inlet valves.
Check the temperature of the parts to be
handled, to avoid the risk of burns.
The dispenser may contain residues of chemical
products. When handling this component, avoid
direct contact with the skin and use eye
protection.
The draining pump and valve may contain
residual
water.
When
handling
these
components, avoid direct contact with the skin
and use eye protection.
Remember to reassemble ALL of the panels and
place them correctly after any maintenance work.
4.1 Operations described
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Cleaning the washer (section 4.2)
Cleaning the door seal (section 4.3).
Cleaning the electro valve filters (section 4.4)
Cleaning the dispenser (section 4.5)
Cleaning the draining pump (section 4.6)
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Check the temperature of the hot water hose, so as
to avoid the risk of burns.
Disassemble the fittings that connect the hoses to
the washing machine.
Remove the filters from their housings inside the
washing machine, using pliers to pull on the central
flange.
Clean the filters with pressurised water and place
them back into the electro valves.
Assemble the hoses in their corresponding inputs.
Tighten the fittings.
Connect the external switch, open the manual water
input valves and check the water tightness of the
coupling.
4.5. Cleaning the dispenser
‰
Tools required:
Disassembly of the fixed stops: Torx. T20
screwdriver.
Disconnect and mechanically lock the external
switch, and close and mechanically lock the manual
water inlet valves.
Open the dispenser drawer and disassemble the
stops that are visible in the lower section.
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4.2. Cleaning the washer
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We recommend periodic cleaning of the outside of
the washing machine. Use a damp cloth or sponge.
To remove traces of grease, use mild soap and
rinse as required.
Never use abrasive products or tools that could
scratch or damage the surface of the washing
machine.
4.3. Cleaning the door seal
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Use a damp cloth or sponge.
Be especially careful to remove traces of laundry
products or pieces of fabric that could be caught
between the folds of the seal.
Never use abrasive products or tools that could cut
or damage the seal.
4.4. Cleaning the electro valve filters
‰ Tools required:
Disassembly of the fittings: Slip-joint plier or pipe
wrench.
‰ Disassembly of the filters: pliers.
This operation should only be carried out if a
decrease in the input flow to the washing machine
has been detected.
Disconnect and mechanically lock the external
switch, and close and mechanically lock the manual
water inlet valves.
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Cod. 410746
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Completely remove the drawer and disassemble the
siphon tubes of the liquid compartments.
Clean with water. Warmer water makes cleaning
easier.
Clean the inside of the dispenser drawer body. Use
a damp cloth or sponge.
Assemble the siphon tubes and insert the drawer
into the dispenser.
Never use abrasive products or tools that could
scratch or damage the dispenser.
Assemble the fixed stops of the drawer and make
sure that it cannot be completely pulled out.
Connect the external switch and open the manual
water inlet valves.
Begin a washing program that involves dispensing
chlorine and softener, and check the operation of
the siphon tubes.
Maintenance / Service removal
4.6. Cleaning the drain pump
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5. SERVICE REMOVAL
‰
Tools required:
Disassembly of the lower front panel: slotted
screwdriver: 5mm.
- Before disassembling the lower front panel of the
washing machine, disconnect and mechanically lock
the external switch, and close and mechanically lock
the manual water inlet valves.
- Empty any residual water contained in the drain
ducts, placing the corrugated rear tube horizontally
on the floor. The water will come out of the end.
Collect the water in a flat container.
- Disassemble the lower front panel. The draining
pump is accessible.
- Unscrew the filter and separate it from the pump
body.
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Removing the washer from service requires a
specialised company.
Never release the washer unsecured.
To release the washer and subsequent
transportation, refer to the same specifications
and cautions indicated for Installation.
When removing the machine:
1. Disconnect the external switch and lock it
mechanically. Remove the power wires.
2. Close and mechanically interlock the manual water
supply valves. Remove water supply hoses.
3. Disassemble the drain outlet pipe and empty any
residual water left in the washing machine into a
flat container.
4. Assemble the shipping restraints.
5. Disassemble the door of the washing machine
(consult the Authorised Technical Service).
5.1 Dismantling
fig. 4
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Most of the machine’s components are made with
recyclable or recoverable materials.
The injected pieces bear information on the materials
that were used to make them.
The main materials are:
Steel plates.
Stainless plate.
Grey cast iron.
Aluminium
Glass
Polypropylene (PP)
Ethylene Propylene EPDM)
ABS.
Clean it of any deposits.
Assemble the filter in the draining pump.
Assemble the lower panel.
Connect the external switch and open the manual
water inlet valves.
Begin a washing program and check that there are
no water leaks.
4.7. General overhaul
‰ Only by the Authorised Technical Service.
- As preventive maintenance action, it is very
important to ask the Authorised Technical Service
for a periodic overhaul of the washing machine.
- Recommended periodicity: biannual or each 2000
washing cycles.
- When performing this operation and due to the
fatigue they are subject to, we recommend to
replace the outlet hose of the dispenser and the
door seal.
Cod. 410746
Rev. 02/0804
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ANNEX 1.
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The parameters that appear on the chart can be modified: See the Advanced Operation Instructions rev. 02
for HS-5008 LOGI CONTROL at the manufacturer’s website: www.girbau.com
Cod. 410746
Rev. 02/0804
Et