mdg120 opl phase 7 programming manual

mdg120 opl phase 7 programming manual
PHASE 7.2.2
NON-COIN
USER’S MANUAL
(S.A.F.E.)
Maytag Co.
403 West Fourth Street North
Newton, Iowa 50208
(641) 787-7000
111903JMORALES/tcosta
Part No. 113218
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Please read this manual carefully to thoroughly familiarize yourself with the Phase 7 Non-Coin computer
system features, operational instructions, and programming characteristics. This manual contains important
information on how to employ ALL the features of your new dryer in the safest and most economical way.
Maytag products embody advanced concepts in engineering, design, and safety. If this product is properly
maintained, it will provide many years of safe, efficient, and trouble free operation.
We have tried to make this manual as complete as possible and hope you will find it useful. Maytag reserves
the right to make changes from time to time, without notice or obligation, in prices, specifications, colors, and
material, and to change or discontinue models.
NOTE
If power to the dryer is off, the S.A.F.E. system is disabled.
Table of Contents
SECTION I
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................... 3
SECTION II
FEATURES.................................................................................................................. 4
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
L.
M.
N.
O.
P.
Q.
R.
S.
T.
U.
V.
W.
X.
Dependable Microprocessor Solid State Integrated Circuitry ............................................................... 4
Sensor Activated Fire Extinguishing (S.A.F.E.) System ........................................................................ 4
Program Changes Are Easily Made At The Keyboard (Touch Pad) .................................................... 4
Automatic Drying Cycle ......................................................................................................................... 4
Timed (Manual) Drying Cycle ................................................................................................................ 4
Preprogrammed Cycles .......................................................................................................................... 4
Manually Loaded Cycles ........................................................................................................................ 4
Variable (Programmable) Fabric/Temperature Selections ..................................................................... 4
Cool Down/Controlled Cool Down Program ......................................................................................... 4
L.E.D. Display ....................................................................................................................................... 4
Wrinkle Guard Program .......................................................................................................................... 4
Diagnostics ............................................................................................................................................. 4
Audio Alert Signal ................................................................................................................................... 4
Temperature Conversion Status ............................................................................................................. 5
High-Temperature Protection ................................................................................................................. 5
Cycle Preview ........................................................................................................................................ 5
Reversing Option .................................................................................................................................... 5
Rotation Sensor ...................................................................................................................................... 5
Clean Lint ............................................................................................................................................... 5
Language Selection ................................................................................................................................ 5
Model Selection ...................................................................................................................................... 5
Default Factory Settings ......................................................................................................................... 5
Keyboard (Touch Pad) Symbols ............................................................................................................ 5
Steam Injection Option ........................................................................................................................... 5
SECTION III
PROGRAM SELECTIONS ...................................................................................... 6
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
L.
M.
Preprogrammed Cycles .......................................................................................................................... 6
Manually Loaded Cycles ........................................................................................................................ 7
Automatic Drying Cycle Operations ...................................................................................................... 8
Timed (Manual) Drying Cycle Operation ............................................................................................... 8
Light Emitting Diode (L.E.D.) Dot Matrix Display ................................................................................ 8
Cycle In Progress Temperature Display ................................................................................................ 9
Temperature Conversion Status ............................................................................................................. 9
Wrinkle Guard Program .......................................................................................................................... 9
Audio Alert On Times 0 to 10 ............................................................................................................... 10
Preprogrammed Cycle Preview ........................................................................................................... 10
Reversing Option .................................................................................................................................. 10
Diagnostics ........................................................................................................................................... 10
Program Locations ............................................................................................................................... 11
SECTION IV
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................. 13
A. Operating Sequence ............................................................................................................................. 13
B. Operating Notes ................................................................................................................................... 17
C. Sensor Activated Fire Extinguishing (S.A.F.E.) System Theory Of Operation ................................... 18
SECTION V
L.E.D DISPLAY MESSAGES ................................................................................. 20
A. L.E.D. Display Operating Status .......................................................................................................... 20
SECTION VI
PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................... 21
A. Introduction to Programming ................................................................................................................ 21
B. Programming Flowcharts ..................................................................................................................... 23
SECTION VII
FACTORY PRESET PARAMETERS (PROGRAMS) ........................................ 73
A. Cycle “A-F” Parameters (Programs) Preset By The Factory ............................................................ 73
B. Cycle “0-40” Parameters (Programs) Preset By The Factory ............................................................ 73
SECTION VIII
PHASE 7 NON-COIN PROGRAMMING LIMITS ............................................. 74
A. Preprogrammed Cycles ........................................................................................................................ 74
B. System Parameters (Program Locations) ............................................................................................ 75
C. Fixed Parameters ................................................................................................................................. 75
SECTION IX
PHASE 7 AUTO CYCLE – CYCLE ADJUSTMENT VALUES ......................... 76
SECTION X
PHASE 7 NON-COIN SYSTEM DIAGNOSTICS ............................................... 77
A.
B.
C.
D.
Diagnostic (L.E.D. Display) Fault Messages ...................................................................................... 77
S.A.F.E. System Diagnostic Conditions ............................................................................................... 80
Input/Output (I/O) Board Light Emitting Diode (L.E.D.) Indicators ................................................... 81
Keyboard (Touch Pad) Layout ............................................................................................................. 82
SECTION XI
CUSTOMER CUSTOM PARAMETER SETTINGS .......................................... 83
SECTION I
INTRODUCTION
Phase 7 “Non-Coin” Microprocessor Drying System
The Phase 7 Non-Coin Drying System has been designed with super performance in mind to provide for better
temperature regulation, efficiency, performance, consistency, and faster drying times.
Among its many amenities, the Phase 7 Non-Coin Drying System has a true Automatic Drying Cycle. The
Phase 7 Non-Coin Automatic Drying Cycle principle is based on one (1) of the most fundamental laws of
thermodynamics, which governs the flow of heat in thermal systems.
Utilizing this microprocessor technology, the user simply has to place the load in the dryer and push one (1) single
button to start the drying cycle. The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) will directly monitor
the moisture content in the load and stop the drying cycle automatically when the selected dryness level is
reached.
The Phase 7 Non-Coin Automatic Drying Cycle virtually eliminates ALL guesswork. The Phase 7 non-coin
microprocessor controller (computer) determines how much drying time is needed and compensates for various
types of fabrics and load sizes, therefore, avoiding damage to fabrics by overdrying, as well as avoiding wasted
time and energy for any given load. Once the Phase 7 microprocessor controller (computer) determines that the
load is dry, the microprocessor controller (computer) will go into the Cool Down Cycle until the preprogrammed
time or temperature is reached, and then will shut the dryer off automatically.
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SECTION II
FEATURES
A. Dependable Microprocessor Solid State Integrated Circuitry – Eliminates as many moving parts as
possible.
B. Sensor Activated Fire Extinguishing (S.A.F.E.) System – A standard feature which continually monitors
the basket (tumbler) for fires. In the event of a fire, the water supply to the basket (tumbler) will suppress
the fire. The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) will also notify the user that a fire has
occurred.
C. Program Changes Are Easily Made At The Keyboard (Touch Pad) – Actual programs are viewed at
the light emitting diode (L.E.D.) display for verification.
D. Automatic Drying Cycle – Computerized monitoring of load dryness for precise, fast, and efficient drying.
E. Timed (Manual) Drying Cycle – For special loads, programming allows for a specific amount of time in
minutes, for both drying and Cool Down Cycles.
F. Preprogrammed Cycles – The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) can store in its
memory six (6) preprogrammed cycles in either the Automatic Drying Mode or Manual Drying Mode in the
“A-F” keys, and an additional 41 in the numerical memory of “0-40.”
G. Manually Loaded Cycles – For occasional special loads, the user can set a specific program in either the
Automatic Drying Cycle or the Manual Timed Drying Cycle.
H. Variable (Programmable) Fabric/Temperature Selections – Accommodates the type of fabric to be
dried.
I. Cool Down/Controlled Cool Down Program – Cool down lowers the temperature of the exhaust to
make the material cool enough to handle. Controlled cool down slowly lowers the temperature over 10
minutes for materials sensitive to shrinking.
J. L.E.D. Display – Informs user of cycle status, programs and displays important diagnostic and fault codes.
K. Wrinkle Guard Program – Helps keep items wrinkle-free when they are not removed from the dryer
promptly at the end of the drying and cooling cycles.
L. Diagnostics – Major circuits, including the door switch(es), microprocessor temperature sensor, and heat
output circuits, are individually monitored, providing precise messages for the particular failure.
M. Audio Alert Signal – The tone will sound at the end of a complete drying cycle, at a 1-second rate for the
duration programmed. It will also sound for any fault conditions at a quarter second rate for 4-beeps. Finally,
there is a 3-beep warning at the beginning of every “Wrinkle Guard On Cycle”; a continuous rapid pulse is
used for the entire duration of S.A.F.E. system activation. A connection is also available to install an external
24Vdc (volts direct current) buzzer or relay with a maximum power consumption of 250 mA (milliamperes).
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N. Temperature Conversion Status – Temperature-related programs can be set in either Fahrenheit (°F) or
Celsius (°C). ALL temperatures will automatically convert to the corresponding values (+/- 1°) when
changes are made.
O. High-Temperature Protection – If the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) senses
that the temperature in the basket (tumbler) has exceeded 180° F (82° C) for axial airflow, or 220° F (104°
C) for radial airflow, it will end the drying cycle and a fault code will be displayed, indicating an overheating
problem.
P. Cycle Preview – Entire dryer parameters (programs), or the preprogrammed cycles, are displayed for
verification upon a coded entry to the keyboard (touch pad).
Q. Reversing Option – Helps reduce the balling up or tangling of large items. A cycle can be set to have the
reversing option, so that the basket (tumbler) will turn in the forward direction for 30- to 120-seconds, stop
for 5- to 10-seconds, and then proceed in the reverse direction for the same time. This process is repeated
throughout the drying and cooling cycles.
R. Rotation Sensor – The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) also displays basket (tumbler)
rotations per minute (RPM) by pressing and holding the “DOWN ARROW” key while the basket (tumbler)
is on. (The basket [tumbler] must be rotating for approximately 30-seconds before getting a true RPM
reading).
S. Clean Lint – This feature monitors the value of the “Lint Cleaning Frequency” timer. The timer keeps track
of how long the dryer’s blower/fan has been on, and compares it to the Lint Cleaning Frequency Setting.
Once the timer equals the Lint Cleaning Frequency setting, the microprocessor will begin to prompt the user
to “CLEAN LINT”. The microprocessor will allow two (2) additional hours of run time before the control is
locked-out in a “CLEAN LINT” state. The dryer will not be cleared from this state until the lint drawer has
been cleaned. When the lint drawer is opened, the display will read “Lint Access Open”, and when the lint
drawer is closed, the display will read “READY”. (NOTE: The lint drawer must be opened for 15-seconds
or more for the reset to occur. The dryer circuit is now active and can be programmed.)
T. Language Selection – Phase 7 has the ability to display five (5) different languages: English, French,
Spanish, Italian, and German.
U. Model Selection – Phase 7 can be programmed to be used on 3 modes of heat: gas, steam, and electric. It
can also be configured for reversing and non-reversing dryers.
V. Default Factory Settings – This feature will set ALL programmed parameters to their default values.
W. Keyboard (Touch Pad) Symbols –
= “STOP/CLEAR” key
= “START/ENTER” key
= “UP ARROW” key (scroll up)
= “DOWN ARROW” key (scroll down)
X. Steam Injection Option – The Phase 7 has the ability to program up to 5 steam injection intervals, for a
programmed amount of time, at different points of a cycle including cool down.
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SECTION III
PROGRAM SELECTIONS
A. PREPROGRAMMED CYCLES
“A-F” CYCLES
The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) can store in its memory six (6) preprogrammed
cycles (keys “A-F” on the keyboard [touch pad]). This allows the user to have the six (6) most commonly used
cycles readily available, requiring only the push of a single keyboard (touch pad) entry to start the dryer.
“0-40” CYCLES
The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) can store 41 preprogrammed cycles in its numerical
memory. (Use keys “0-9” on the keyboard [touch pad]). This allows the user to have up to 41 customized
programmed cycles that may not be as commonly used as the six (6) “A-F.” These are not one-touch entries to
start the dryer like “A-F.” They are selected by entering the number, which represents the cycle desired, and by
pressing the “START/ENTER”
key to start the cycle.
Both types of preprogrammed cycles can be set in either the Automatic Drying Mode, in which the drying cycle
will end when the selected dryness level has been reached, or the drying time out time has expired, or in the
Manual Timed Drying Mode, in which the dryer will operate for the specific drying time programmed. These
cycles can be programmed in any combination.
Once the heating cycle is completed, the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) then goes into
the Cool Down Cycle in which the articles are tumbled at room temperature or a controlled cool down in which
the dryer goes into a slow cool down mode for 10 minutes sloping the temperature 10° F (5.5° C) every minute.
When the cooling cycle is completed, the dryer will go into the Wrinkle Guard Cycle. For the first 15 minutes of
“WRINKLE GUARD,” the control will remain idle with the display reading “CYCLE DONE”. After the 15
minutes have elapsed, the control will beep three (3) times and will activate the basket (tumbler) for 15-seconds
without heat. At this point, the display will read “WRINKLE GUARD”. Once the 15-seconds are over, the
control will display “CYCLE DONE” and will remain idle for 5 minutes, at which point the control will reactivate
the basket (tumbler) for 15-seconds while displaying “Wrinkle Guard”. The control will continue with the
process of 15-seconds “ON”, 5 minutes “OFF”, until either the doors are opened, the “STOP/CLEAR”
key
is pressed, or 99 minutes have elapsed, whichever comes first. Once the Wrinkle Guard routine has ended, the
display will read “CYCLE DONE”. At this point, the dryer is locked out from drying again until the doors are
opened. This will ensure that if a cycle has been completed, the operator will attend to it before starting another
heat cycle.
NOTE: To enter program mode, press “STOP/CLEAR”
and the “UP ARROW”
keys.
PREPROGRAMMED CYCLE MENU SELECTIONS (CYCLES “A-F” or “0-40”):
1. Automatic Drying Cycle
a. The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) can be programmed to reverse or not
reverse. This is done in the “DRYER SETUP” parameter.
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b. Drying Temperature – Programmable from 160° F to 200° F (71° C to 93° C,), in one-degree increments,
and preset at 160° F (71° C) for axial dryers.
c. Dryness Level – Programmable for FINISHING, DRY, AND EXTRA DRY.
d. Cool Down Time – Programmable from 0 to 99 minutes, in 1 minute increments.
e. Cool Down Temperature – Programmable from 70° F to 100° F (21° C to 38° C), in one-degree
increments.
f. Cycle Adjustment – Programmable from 0 to 99.
2. Timed (Manual) Cycle
a. The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) can be programmed to reverse or not
reverse. This is done in the “DRYER SETUP” parameter.
b. Drying Time – Programmable from 0 to 99 minutes, in 1 minute increments.
c. Drying Temperature – Programmable from 100° F to 200° F (38° C to 93° C) in one-degree increments
for a radial dryer, and 100° F to 160° F (38° C to 71° C) in one-degree increments for an axial dryer.
d. Cool Down Time – Programmable from 0 to 99 minutes, in 1 minute increments.
e. Cool Down Temperature – Programmable from 70° F to 100° F (21° C to 38° C), in one-degree
increments.
f. The Spin Time can be programmed from 30-seconds to 120-seconds, in 1-second increments.
g. The Dwell (Stop) Time can be programmed from 5-seconds to 10-seconds, in 1-second increments.
h. Steam Injection (Optional) – Programmable 0-5 intervals.
ALL six (6) “A-F” preprogrammed cycles, along with cycles “0-40,” have been programmed by the
factory as outlined in Section VII. However, even though cycles “A-F” are the most common cycles
used, they should be reviewed to ensure they meet the location application or needs. Should changes
become necessary, refer to the Programming Section of this manual.
B. MANUALLY LOADED CYCLES
For occasional or onetime special loads, the operator must enter the specific program features needed. This
cycle is not stored within the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) and must be entered each
time.
The Manually Loaded Cycle can be set in either the Automatic Drying Mode or the Timed (Manual) Drying
Mode. These modes are selected by pressing the “AUTO” or “MAN” keys on the keyboard (touch pad).
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C. AUTOMATIC DRYING CYCLE OPERATIONS
In this mode, the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) determines how much drying time is
needed and compensates for various types of fabrics and load sizes, ALL automatically. The Phase 7 non-coin
microprocessor controller (computer) accomplishes this by calculating the dryness level (percentage of extraction),
using the temperature selected, as well as the dryness level preset by the factory.
The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) monitors the first three (3) heat peaks (slopes), at
which time it calculates the dryness level (heat loss), along with the percentage of extraction selected. When the
Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) determines that ALL the factors are met, the drying
cycle will end and the dryer will go into the Cool Down Cycle. The control also has a drying time out setting,
which will control the maximum time an auto cycle will run.
D. TIMED (MANUAL) DRYING CYCLE OPERATION
This drying cycle is intended for special loads in which a specific amount of drying time and cooling time is
needed. It is especially intended for fine, delicate items that require very low temperatures and long drying
and/or Cool Down Time periods.
ALL parameters set in the “COOL DOWN SETUP” pertain to the Manually Loaded Manual and Auto Cycles.
The “A-F” and “0-40” cycles that have been selected to be manual, have separate settings for ALL the parameters
contained in the “COOL DOWN SETUP” menu.
The program limitation is the same as in Section III, A2.
NOTE: The Cool Down Cycle will either run until the Cool Down Temperature is reached or until the
Cool Down Time has expired, whichever comes first.
NOTE: If no Drying Time has been selected, the Cool Down Cycle will ignore the Cool Down
Temperature and will use the Cool Down Time only.
E. LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (L.E.D.) DOT MATRIX DISPLAY
The L.E.D. display informs the user of cycle status, program verification, and displays important diagnostic and
fault information. A complete listing of the various display messages and their meanings is shown in Section V
of this manual.
CYCLE IN PROGRESS DISPLAY STATUS
During the Drying Cycle, the display will indicate the type of cycle in progress by presenting either one (1) of the
following:
1. “AUTO DRYING CYCLE” – Manually Loaded Auto Cycle.
2. “AUTO DRYING CYCLE #” – The “#” is replaced with “A-F” or “0-40.”
3. “MANUAL DRYING CYCLE” – Manually Loaded Manual Cycle.
4. “MANUAL DRYING CYCLE #” – The “#” is replaced with “A-F” or “0-40.”
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F. CYCLE IN PROGRESS TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
While the dryer cycle is in progress, the temperature in the basket (tumbler) can be displayed by pressing and
holding the “UP ARROW” key. The temperature will be displayed in either Fahrenheit (°F) or Celsius (°C),
depending on which temperature system has been set in the “DRYER SETUP”.
G. TEMPERATURE CONVERSION STATUS
Temperature related programs are programmable to be operated in either Fahrenheit (°F) or Celsius (°C). The
temperature selection is made in “SYSTEM TEMP”. The programs affected are as follows:
1. Temperature Display Mode
2. Drying Temperatures
3. Cool Down Temperatures
IMPORTANT: When changing the temperature conversion status from Fahrenheit to Celsius, or vice
versa, ALL of the Temperature Selections and Cool Down Temperatures will be
changed accordingly. The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer)
automatically calculates and converts the temperatures in these programs to the
previously set value. For example, if the preprogrammed Cycle “A” drying
temperature was set for 160° F, when converting from °F to °C, the Phase 7 non-coin
microprocessor controller (computer) will change to 71° C (+/- 1° Celsius).
H. WRINKLE GUARD PROGRAM
This program keeps items wrinkle-free when they are not removed from the dryer promptly at the end of the
drying and/or cooling cycles.
When the drying and cooling cycles are completed, the dryer will shut off, the tone will sound, and the light
emitting diode (L.E.D.) display will read “CYCLE DONE”. If the door is not opened or the cycled stopped, the
Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) will wait an initial 15 minutes delay time. Once the initial
15 minutes of delay time have expired, the fan will start and the basket (tumbler) will rotate (without heat) for an
“ON” time of 15-seconds. When the fan and basket (tumbler) start, the display will read “WRINKLE GUARD”.
Immediately following the 15-second “ON” time, the control will go into a 5 minute “OFF” time, at which point
it will display “CYCLE DONE”. The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) will repeat this
process of 15-seconds “ON” and 5 minutes “OFF” until either the doors are opened, the “STOP/CLEAR”
key is pressed, or 99 minutes has elapsed, whichever comes first. Prior to each “ON” time, there is a 3-beep
warning that the fan and basket (tumbler) rotation are about to start. The beeps at the end of the Wrinkle Guard
Cycle can be programmed to be “ON/OFF”. This is done in the “WRINKLE GUARD SETUP”.
WRINKLE GUARD PROGRAM SELECTION:
Wrinkle Guard Audio Alert On/Off
The operator can select to turn the beeps on or off at the end of each Wrinkle Guard Cycle. The number of
beeps is programmed in “AUDIO ALERT ON TIMES”.
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I. AUDIO ALERT ON TIMES 0 TO 10
The tone will sound at the end of the Cool Down Cycle to indicate that the cycle is complete. Programming
allows for the elimination of the tone during the Wrinkle Guard Cycle. This is done in the “WRINKLE GUARD
SETUP”. Programming also allows the beeps to be set from 0 to 10 beeps in increments of one (1). This is done
in “DRYER SETUP”.
J. PREPROGRAMMED CYCLE PREVIEW
The parameters of the preprogrammed cycles can be displayed for verification. To view an “A-F” preset
key and the desired preset program “A-F.” The
program (parameter), simply press the “START/ENTER”
light emitting diode (L.E.D.) display will read the program parameter settings, then return to the “READY”
display mode. To view a “0-40” preset program parameter, simply press the “START/ENTER”
key and the
desired preset program number “0-40” followed by the “START/ENTER”
key again. The L.E.D. display
will read the program parameter settings, and then return to the “READY” display mode.
K. REVERSING OPTION
This feature helps reduce balling-up or tangling of large items.
REVERSING OPTION SELECTIONS:
1. Reverse On or Reverse Off
2. This option can be set to “ON” or “OFF” for each cycle individually.
3. Basket (Tumbler) Spin Time and Dwell (Stop) Time
a. Fixed in the Automatic “AUTO” Mode and cannot be changed.
1) Spin Time – 2 minutes forward and 2 minutes reverse.
2) Dwell (Stop) Time – 5-seconds.
b. Programmable in the Manual Mode.
1) Spin Time – Programmable from 30-seconds to 120-seconds, in 1-second increments.
2) Dwell (Stop) Time – Programmable from 5-seconds to 10-seconds, in 1-second increments.
L. DIAGNOSTICS
The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) monitors the “Drying Functions,” which include
temperatures, burners, sail switches, blower, basket (tumbler), and lint drawer.
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M. PROGRAM LOCATIONS
System parameters are programmed in Program Locations (PL). Access to this location is acquired by pressing
the “STOP/CLEAR”
and the “UP ARROW”
together. To exit the Programming Location, simply press
key. If you are several menu layers deep, continue to press the “STOP/CLEAR”
the “STOP/CLEAR”
key to back up the menu until you are ALL the way out of the programming mode.
0. SELECT LANGUAGE – This menu allows the selection of five (5) different languages to operate the
dryer. The language that is selected will be used for every displayed message as well as for faults and
menus.
ENGLISH
FRANCAIS
ESPANOL
ITALIANO
DEUTSCH
1. SELECT SYSTEM PARAMETERS – This menu level has four (4) sections. ALL programmable
parameters, other than preprogrammed cycles, are done here.
0. DRYER SETUP – ALL parameters that pertain to drying are in this menu level.
0. SELECT MODEL – This allows the selection of the heat source applied to the dryer, and whether
the dryer is reversing or non-reversing.
GAS REVERSING
STEAM REVERSING
ELECTRIC REVERSING
GAS NON-REVERSING
STEAM NON-REVERSING
ELECTRIC NON-REVERSING
1. SYSTEM TEMP – This selection controls whether the temperature related programs will be operated
in Fahrenheit (°F) or Celsius (°C). The programs affected are as follows:
1) Temperature Display Mode
2) Drying Temperatures
3) Cool Down Temperatures
IMPORTANT: The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) automatically calculates
and converts the temperatures in these programs to the previously set value. For
example, when changing from °F to °C, if the preprogrammed Cycle “A” drying
temperature was set for 160° F, the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller
(computer) will change to 71° C (+/- 1° Celsius).
2. ENTER LINT CLEANING FREQUENCY 1 TO 10 HOURS – This selection sets how long the
lint cleaning timer will run before prompting the user to “CLEAN LINT”. Once the user is prompted
to “CLEAN LINT,” the control will allow an additional 2 hours of run time before the dryer is
placed into a locked-out state, waiting for the lint drawer to be cleaned.
NOTE: A minimum of 15-seconds is required to have the lint drawer opened in order to return to the
“READY” state once the lint drawer is closed.
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3. ENTER AUDIO ALERT ON TIMES 0 TO 10 – This selection allows the operator to adjust the
amount of signal tones. This parameter (program) affects the tone at the end of the Cool Down
Cycle, as well as at the end of the Wrinkle Guard On Time.
4. ROTATION SENSOR – This selection is used to turn the rotational sensor on or off.
5. BOARD ADDRESS 00 TO ZZ – This location is where the board address is defined. This is only
used when the control is interfaced to a network.
6. AUTO CYCLE TIME OUT 0 TO 99 MINUTES – This selection allows the user to set a maximum
time that the auto cycle will run before timing out.
1. REVERSING SETUP – The parameters that pertain to the reversing mode are in this menu level.
0. ENTER SPIN TIME 30 TO 120 SECONDS – This parameter (program) is fixed at 2 minutes in the
forward direction and 2 minutes in the reverse direction for the Automatic Mode. In the Manual Mode,
it is programmable. This Spin Time is programmed here for the Manually Loaded Manual Cycle only.
1. ENTER STOP TIME 5 TO 10 SECONDS – This parameter (program) is fixed at 5-seconds in the
Automatic Mode and programmable in the Manual Mode. This Dwell (Stop) Time is programmed here
for the Manually Loaded Manual Cycle only.
2. WRINKLE GUARD SETUP – The parameters that pertain to the Wrinkle Guard are in this menu level.
0. WRINKLE GUARD AUDIO ALERT – This parameter (program) allows the operator to turn the
Audio Alert tone on or off at the end of each Wrinkle Guard Cycle.
AUDIO ALERT ON
AUDIO ALERT OFF
3. STEAM INJECTION SETUP (Optional) – This parameter is used to inject steam into the basket
(tumbler) up to 5 times. 0-5 on time is first entered MM:SS (minutes:seconds), and then the off time is
entered MM:SS (minutes:seconds).
2. PROGRAM A-F CYCLES – This menu allows the programming of cycles “A-F.” The parameters selected
in this menu for each letter will be stored in memory for that key. This will allow the operator to utilize
one-touch drying through keys “A-F.”
3. PROGRAM 0-40 CYCLES – This menu allows the programming of cycles “0-40.” The parameters
selected in this menu for each number will be stored in memory for that number key(s). This will allow the
operator to utilize preprogrammed drying cycles stored in memory under a numerical location.
NOTE: BOTH THE “A-F” and “0-40” CYCLES ALLOW FOR A TOTAL OF 47
PREPROGRAMMED LOCATIONS FOR CUSTOM DRYING.
4. DEFAULT SETTINGS – This menu allows the operator to set ALL programmable parameters to default
settings. This option has a password selection of 1 2 3. It will then ask to confirm settings. It will default
to “NO”. Use the arrow keys to select “YES”.
CAUTION: Once the settings have been set to their default settings, there is no way to
retrieve the old settings. Use caution when using this feature.
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SECTION IV
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) allows the operator to choose from six (6)
preprogrammed cycles (keys “A-F”). These have been preprogrammed by the factory with the parameters
(programs) shown in Section VII. There are also additional (“0-40”) cycles that are preprogrammed by the
factory with the parameters (programs) shown in Section VII. For occasional or onetime special loads, the
operator must set the specific programs needed, utilizing the manually loaded cycles.
NOTE: Refer to Section III of this manual for a complete explanation of the various cycles/selections
available.
After the load is put into the basket (tumbler) and the dryer is ready to dry, determine which cycle will best suit
the application (type of load). We recommend using the Automatic Drying Cycle for most loads. This cycle
provides for the best drying in the shortest time, automatically.
A. OPERATING SEQUENCE
1. Preprogrammed Cycles
a. Automatic Drying Cycle
1) Light emitting diode (L.E.D.) display reads “READY” (no cycle in progress).
2) Press the letter on the keyboard (touch pad) corresponding to the cycle desired (i.e., key “A”).
NOTE: “0-40” will require the “START/ENTER” key to be pressed after the number is selected, in
order to accept the selection and start drying.
3) The dryer will then start. (I.E., blower, basket [tumbler], and heat).
4) At the start of a cycle, the L.E.D. display will initially display the cycle parameters of the selected
cycle, AUTO DRYING CYCLE A, TEMP 180, DRYNESS LEVEL EX DRY. Then the display
will read AUTO CYCLE A, ELAPSED TIME 00:00 MINUTES. The L.E.D. display will continue
to show AUTO CYCLE A, ELAPSED TIME XX:XX MINUTES until the load is dried to the
appropriate dryness level or the auto cycle time out time has expired.
NOTE: Press and hold the “UP ARROW”
to view the basket (tumbler) temperature at any time.
NOTE: The dryer can be stopped at any time by pressing the “STOP/CLEAR” key; at this time,
the dryer will go into a cycle pause. If the “STOP/CLEAR” key is pressed again at this
point, the cycle that was in progress will be cancelled and returned to the “READY” state.
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5) Once the preprogrammed percentage of extraction (dryness level) is reached, the drying cycle will
end and the Cool Down Cycle will begin.
6) Once the Cool Down Cycle begins at the end of the heat cycle, the light emitting diode (L.E.D.)
display will read COOL DOWN TEMP ___/___ MINUTES REMAINING. At the end of the
heat cycle, the dryer will shut off the heat and continue the fan and basket (tumbler) until the Cool
Down Time or temperature is reached.
7) Once the Cool Down Cycle is completed, the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer)
will proceed into the Wrinkle Guard Cycle. The Audio Alert tone will sound (for the amount set in
Audio Alert On Time). The L.E.D. display will read “CYCLE DONE”. The dryer will wait an
initial 15 minutes delay before going into a 15-seconds ON, 5 minutes OFF cycle. These times are
fixed and are not programmable. During the ON time, the blower (fan) and the basket (tumbler) will
start to rotate without heat for 15-seconds; during this time, the display will read “WRINKLE
GUARD”. After the 15-seconds are completed, the display will read “CYCLE DONE” and the
dryer will go into a 5 minute OFF cycle. The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer)
will repeat this process of 15-seconds “ON” and 5 minutes “OFF” until either the doors are opened,
the “STOP/CLEAR”
key is pressed, or 99 minutes have elapsed, whichever comes first. Once
the 99 minutes have elapsed, the L.E.D. display will then read “CYCLE DONE” and the controller
will lockout the dryer functions until the doors are opened. The controller will then return to
“READY”.
b. Timed (Manual) Drying Cycle
1) L.E.D. display reads “READY” (no cycle in progress).
2) Press the letter on the keyboard (touch pad) corresponding to the cycle desired (i.e., key “D”).
NOTE: “0-40” WILL REQUIRE THE “START/ENTER” KEY TO BE PRESSED AFTER THE
NUMBER IS SELECTED IN ORDER TO ACCEPT THE SELECTION and START
DRYING.
3) The dryer will then start. (I.E., blower, basket [tumbler], and heat).
4) The L.E.D. display will read MANUAL DRYING CYCLE D, 00:00 MIN REMAIN.
NOTE: Press and hold the “UP ARROW”
to view the basket (tumbler) temperature at any time.
NOTE: The dryer can be stopped at any time by pressing the “STOP/CLEAR” key, at this time the
dryer will go into a cycle pause. If the “STOP/CLEAR” key is pressed again at this point,
the cycle that was in progress will be cancelled and returned to the “READY” state.
NOTE: Press and hold the “DOWN ARROW”
to view the basket (tumbler) RPM.
5) When the programmed drying time has expired, the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller
(computer) will proceed into the Cool Down Cycle.
6) Once the Cool Down Cycle begins at the end of the heat cycle, the L.E.D. display will read COOL
DOWN TEMP ___/___ MINUTES REMAINING. At the end of the heat cycle, the dryer will
shut off the heat and continue the fan and basket (tumbler) until the Cool Down Time or temperature
is reached.
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7) Once the Cool Down Cycle is completed, the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer)
will proceed into the Wrinkle Guard Cycle. The Audio Alert tone will sound (for the amount set in
Audio Alert On Time). The light emitting diode (L.E.D.) display will read “CYCLE DONE”. The
dryer will wait an initial 15 minute delay before going into a 15-seconds ON, 5 minutes OFF cycle.
These times are fixed and are not programmable. During the ON time, the blower (fan) and the
basket (tumbler) will start to rotate without heat for 15-seconds; during this time, the display will
read “WRINKLE GUARD”. After the 15-seconds are completed, the display will read “CYCLE
DONE” and the dryer will go into a 5 minute OFF cycle. The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor
controller (computer) will repeat this process of 15-seconds “ON” and 5 minutes “OFF” until either
the doors are opened, the “STOP/CLEAR” key is pressed, or 99 minutes have elapsed, whichever
comes first. Once the 99 minutes have elapsed, the L.E.D. display will then read “CYCLE DONE”
and the controller will lockout the dryer functions until the doors are opened. The L.E.D. display
will then return to “READY”.
2. Manually Loaded Cycles
a. Automatic Drying Cycle
1) L.E.D. display reads “READY” (no cycle in progress).
2) Press AUTO key.
3) L.E.D. display will now read ENTER DRY TEMP 160 TO 200. (Defaults to 160° F [71° C]).
Enter the temperature desired (from 160° F to 200° F [71° C to 93° C] in one-degree increments).
I.E., for 180° F (82° C), press key “1,” key “8,” key “0,” and then press the “START/ENTER”
key to accept the value.
4) L.E.D. display will now read ENTER DRY LEVEL: finishing, dry, and extra dry. Enter the amount
of extraction (dryness level) desired. Finishing has the most moisture content, dry has less moisture
content, and extra dry has little or no moisture content.
5) L.E.D. display will now read “REVERSE MODE” (defaults to ON). The ON/OFF selection can
be toggled with the “UP ARROW”
and “DOWN ARROW”
. Once selected, press the
key to accept selection.
“START/ENTER”
NOTE: In addition to entering a value by pressing the number keys, the “UP ARROW” and
“DOWN ARROW” can be used to scroll to the number desired, or to toggle between
selections.
6) At the start of a cycle, the L.E.D. display will initially display the cycle parameters of the selected
cycle: AUTO DRYING CYCLE, TEMP 180, DRYNESS LEVEL EX DRY. Then the display will
read: AUTO CYCLE, ELAPSED TIME 00:00 MINUTES. The L.E.D. display will continue to
show AUTO CYCLE, ELAPSED TIME XX:XX MINUTES, until the load is dried to the appropriate
dryness level or the auto cycle time out time has expired.
NOTE: Press and hold the “UP ARROW”
to view the basket (tumbler) temperature at any time.
NOTE: The dryer can be stopped at any time by pressing the “STOP/CLEAR” key; at this time,
the dryer will go into a cycle pause. If the “STOP/CLEAR” key is pressed again at this
point, the cycle that was in progress will be cancelled and returned to the “READY” state.
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NOTE: Press and hold the “DOWN ARROW”
to view the basket (tumbler) RPM.
7) Once the preprogrammed percentage of extraction (dryness level) is reached, the drying cycle will
end and the Cool Down Cycle will begin.
8) Once the Cool Down Cycle begins at the end of the heat cycle, the light emitting diode (L.E.D.)
display will read COOL DOWN TEMP ___/___MINUTES REMAINING. At the end of the heat
cycle, the dryer will shut off the heat and continue the fan and basket (tumbler) until the Cool Down
Time or temperature is reached.
9) Once the Cool Down Cycle is completed, the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer)
will proceed into the Wrinkle Guard Cycle. The Audio Alert tone will sound (for the amount set in
Audio Alert On Time). The L.E.D. display will read “CYCLE DONE”. The dryer will wait an
initial 15 minutes delay before going into a 15-seconds ON, 5 minutes OFF cycle. These times are
fixed and are not programmable. During the ON time, the blower (fan) and the basket (tumbler) will
start to rotate without heat for 15-seconds; during this time the display will read “WRINKLE
GUARD”. After the 15-seconds are completed, the display will read “CYCLE DONE” and the
dryer will go into a 5 minute OFF cycle. The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer)
will repeat this process of 15-seconds “ON” and 5 minutes “OFF” until either the doors are opened,
the “STOP/CLEAR”
key is pressed, or 99 minutes have elapsed, whichever comes first. Once
the 99 minutes have elapsed, the L.E.D. display will then read “CYCLE DONE” and the controller
will lockout the dryer functions until the doors are opened. The L.E.D. display will then return to
“READY”.
b. Timed (Manual) Drying Cycle
1) L.E.D. display reads “READY” (no cycle in progress).
2) Press MAN key.
3) L.E.D. display will now read “ENTER DRY TIME 0 TO 99 MINUTES” (defaults to 0). I.E., for
40 minutes, press key “4,” key “0,” and then press the “START/ENTER”
key to accept the
value.
4) L.E.D. display will now read “ENTER DRY TEMP __ TO __” (defaults to 100° F [38° C]). Enter
the temperature desired (from 100° F to 200° F [38° C to 93° C] in one-degree increments). I.E.,
for 182° F (83° C), press key “1,” key “8,” key “2,” and then press the “START/ENTER”
key
to accept the value.
5) L.E.D. display will now read “ENTER COOL DOWN TIME 0 TO 99 MINUTES”. I.E., for 10
minutes, press key “1,” key “0,” and then press the “START/ENTER”
key to accept the value.
6) L.E.D. display will now read “REVERSE MODE” (defaults to ON). The ON/OFF selection can
be toggled with the “UP ARROW”
and “DOWN ARROW”
. Once selected, press the
key to accept selection.
“START/ENTER”
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7) The dryer will now display “PRESS START”. Press the “START/ENTER”
key to start the
dryer. The light emitting diode (L.E.D.) display will read MANUAL DRYING CYCLE,
__MINUTES REMAIN.
NOTE: The dryer can be stopped at any time by pressing the “STOP/CLEAR” key; at this time the
dryer will go into a cycle pause. If the “STOP/CLEAR” key is pressed again at this point,
the cycle that was in progress will be cancelled and returned to the “READY” state.
8) Once the programmed drying time has expired, the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller
(computer) will proceed into the Cool Down Cycle (Mode).
9) Once the Cool Down Cycle begins at the end of the heat cycle, the L.E.D. display will read COOL
DOWN TEMP ___/___ MINUTES REMAINING. At the end of the heat cycle, the dryer will
shut off the heat and continue the fan and basket (tumbler) until the Cool Down Time or temperature
is reached.
10) Once the Cool Down Cycle is completed, the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer)
will proceed into the Wrinkle Guard Cycle. The Audio Alert tone will sound (for the amount set in
Audio Alert On Time). The L.E.D. display will read “CYCLE DONE”. The dryer will wait an
initial 15 minutes delay before going into a 15-seconds ON, 5 minutes OFF cycle. These times are
fixed and are not programmable. During the ON time, the blower (fan) and the basket (tumbler) will
start to rotate without heat for 15-seconds, during this time the display will read “WRINKLE
GUARD”. After the 15-seconds are completed, the display will read “CYCLE DONE” and the
dryer will go into a 5 minute OFF cycle. The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer)
will repeat this process of 15-seconds “ON” and 5 minutes “OFF” until either the doors are opened,
the “STOP/CLEAR”
key is pressed, or 99 minutes have elapsed, whichever comes first. Once
the 99 minutes have elapsed, the L.E.D. display will then read “CYCLE DONE” and will lockout
the dryer functions until the doors are opened. The L.E.D. display will then return to “READY”.
B. OPERATING NOTES
1. Steam injection will only operate when the dryer is running.
2. The RPM of the basket (tumbler) can be displayed by pressing and holding the “DOWN ARROW” key
while a cycle is in progress. If a cycle has not been started, the display will read CPU Board Voltage
Value. (23-26 Volts is normal).
3. The dryer can be stopped at any time by pressing the “STOP/CLEAR”
key; at this time the dryer will
key is pressed again at this point, the cycle that was in
go into a cycle pause. If the “STOP/CLEAR”
progress will be cancelled and returned to the “READY” state.
4. When programming a Manually Loaded Cycle, if an error is made when making an entry, press the
“STOP/CLEAR”
key ONCE, and the entry will be cancelled. Reenter the selection. If the selection is
entered and an error is made, the “STOP/CLEAR” key will cancel the program and return to “READY”
state.
5. Use the “UP ARROW” and the “DOWN ARROW”
the number values, or to toggle between choices.
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to scroll through menus or to increase/decrease
6. In the programming mode, the number keys can be used to jump to menu levels without scrolling through
them ALL. I.E., from 0 select Model in “DRYER SETUP”; you can jump to menu level five (5). Enter
Lint Cleaning Frequency under “DRYER SETUP” by pressing the five (5) key followed by the
“START/ENTER”
key to accept value. Light emitting diode (L.E.D.) display will read five (5): LINT
CLEANING FREQUENCY 1 TO 10 HOURS.
7. The basket (tumbler) temperature can be displayed by pressing and holding the “UP ARROW”
key.
key followed by
8. The programmed cycle parameter can be viewed by pressing the “START/ENTER”
the “A-F” key. To view “0-40” cycles, press the “START/ENTER”
key, followed by the number
desired to view and then the “START/ENTER”
key. The viewing can be stopped by pressing the
“STOP/CLEAR”
key at any time.
C. SENSOR ACTIVATED FIRE EXTINGUISHING (S.A.F.E.) SYSTEM
THEORY OF OPERATION
While the dryer is in an idle state, or 20-seconds after the heat turns off, the Phase 7 control monitors the
thermistor probe located in the top of the basket (tumbler) chamber and records the minimum temperature. If
the minimum recorded thermistor probe temperature is greater than 120° F (48° C) and the control detects a 50°
rise in temperature, this will be the trip point and the S.A.F.E. system routine will activate.
While a drying cycle is in process and the heat has turned on at least once, the Phase 7 control monitors the
exhaust temperature transducer. If the drying cycle temperature set point is set greater than 160° F (71° C) and
the control detects an exhaust temperature rise 25° F greater than set point, this will be the trip point and the
S.A.F.E. system routine will activate. If set point is below 160° F (71° C) the trip point will be 185° F (85° C).
Once the S.A.F.E. system routine is activated, the control will display “S.A.F.E. SYSTEM ACTIVATED” and
water will be injected into the basket (tumbler) chamber. Any time water is being injected into the basket
(tumbler); the basket (tumbler) drive will turn the load for 1-second every 15-seconds. This process will continue
for a minimum of 2 minutes. After the 2 minutes has elapsed, the control will check if the temperature remained
above trip point, if so water will remain on. The control will continue to check if the temperature is above trip
point every 30-seconds. If the water has been on for a constant 10 minutes, the water will be turned off
regardless of the temperature and the control will display “S.A.F.E. SYSTEM WAS ACTIVATED”. If the
temperature has dropped below trip point, the control will turn off the water prior to 10 minutes.
SYSTEM RESET
After the microprocessor determines that the situation is under control and shuts the water being injected into the
basket (tumbler) off, the microprocessor display will read “S.A.F.E. SYSTEM WAS ACTIVATED,” and the
horn/tone will sound until reset manually.
To reset the microprocessor once the control displays “S.A.F.E. SYSTEM WAS ACTIVATED,” press the red
“STOP/CLEAR”
key on the keyboard (touch pad).
S.A.F.E. SYSTEM VALVE CHECK
The operation of the water solenoid valve can be tested to insure that the water supply system and valve are
functional. Before attempting a system check, be sure that ALL water supply shutoff valves to the dryer are in
the OPEN position, and the dryer must be in the “READY” mode where no cycle is loaded or in progress.
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The procedure is as follows:
key (while in “READY” mode and no cycle is in progress).
1. Press and hold the red “STOP/CLEAR”
2. Press and hold the “A” key.
3. Water valve will open and water will be dispensed into basket (tumbler) area as long as both keys are held.
The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) will prompt the user to perform a S.A.F.E. system
valve check at every 4000 hours to ensure proper functionality. At the 4000 hour mark, the control will wait for
end of the cycle and then will prompt the user to “PLEASE EMPTY TUMBLER, THEN PRESS THE
and “A”
‘STOP/CLEAR’ AND ‘A’ KEYS TO TEST THE WATER VALVE”. When the “STOP/CLEAR”
keys are pressed, the control will activate the S.A.F.E. system water valve for 2-seconds, at which point the
control will prompt the user with the following message “IF WATER DID NOT TURN ON, CALL FOR
SERVICE. THANK YOU”.
NOTE: The control will not let the user continue until the valve test has been completed.
S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DIAGNOSTICS MESSAGES
In the event that the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) detects a fault in the S.A.F.E.
system, the control will display the message “S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED…READY”. To find out the
and green
reason for the S.A.F.E. system disabling, press and hold the red “STOP/CLEAR”
“START/ENTER”
keys. This will cause the control to display one (1) of the following diagnostic messages:
OPEN THERMISTOR PROBE – This message indicates that the S.A.F.E. system thermistor probe is either
not connected or is damaged. If this condition is detected, the Phase 7 non-coin control will immediately enter
S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED mode.
SHORTED THERMISTOR PROBE – This message indicates that the S.A.F.E. system thermistor probe is
damaged or the wiring is shorted. If this condition is detected, the Phase 7 non-coin control will immediately
enter S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED mode.
DISCONNECTED WATER VALVE – This indicates that the water valve is open or that it is not connected
to the control. If this condition is detected, the Phase 7 non-coin control will continue to monitor the condition for
a period of 5 minutes before entering S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED mode. Once the condition is corrected,
the control will continue to monitor the condition for 1 minute before exiting S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED
mode.
SHORTED WATER VALVE – This indicates the water valve is shorted or the wiring to the valve is shorted.
If this condition is detected, the Phase 7 non-coin control will continue to monitor the condition for a period of 5
minutes before entering S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED mode. Once the condition is corrected, the control will
continue to monitor the condition for 1 minute before exiting S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED mode.
WATER NOT CONNECTED – This indicates that there is no water pressure at the water valve. This will
occur if water is not connected to the dryer or if there is low water pressure in the water line coming to the dryer.
This could also be a defective pressure switch or wiring to the pressure switch. If this condition is detected, the
Phase 7 non-coin control will continue to monitor the condition for a period of 5 minutes before entering S.A.F.E.
SYSTEM DISABLED mode. Once the condition is corrected, the control will continue to monitor the condition
for 1 minute before exiting S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED mode.
When the S.A.F.E. system is disabled, the user can still start a cycle, however when a cycle is started, the
control will display the following message, “S.A.F.E. SYSTEM IS DISABLED. PRESS ‘START’ TO
CONTINUE”. This message will be displayed every time a cycle is started until the disabling condition has been
corrected.
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SECTION V
L.E.D. DISPLAY MESSAGES
The light emitting diode (L.E.D.) display informs the operator of cycle status and program verification, and also
displays important diagnostic messages and fault information.
A. L.E.D. DISPLAY OPERATING STATUS
1. Cycles in Progress
While the dryer is operating, the L.E.D. display will read which cycle is in progress. I.E., in a Manual
Drying Cycle (Mode), the L.E.D. display will read “MANUAL DRYING CYCLE”. In the Cool Down
Cycle (Mode), the L.E.D. display will read “COOL DOWN TEMP __ , __ MINUTES REMAIN”.
2. Cycle Status
While a cycle is in progress, the L.E.D. display will show the progress of the cycle that is being processed.
a. Automatic Drying Cycle
While a cycle is in progress, the cycle status will display ELAPSED TIME __ MIN. During the Drying
Cycle, the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) monitors the moisture in the load.
b. Timed (Manual) Drying Cycle
While a cycle is in progress, the cycle status will display __ MINUTES REMAIN.
3. Alternate Display Programs
a. The basket’s (tumbler’s) RPM can be displayed by pressing and holding the “DOWN ARROW”
key while a cycle is in progress. If a cycle is not in progress, the board voltage is displayed.
b. The basket (tumbler) temperature can be displayed by pressing and holding the “UP ARROW”
at any time.
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SECTION VI
PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS
A. INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING
The various program selections are stored in the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) and are
broken down into five (5) categories:
0. Language (ENGLISH, FRANCAIS, ESPANOL, ITALIANO, and DEUTSCH).
1. System Parameters (Dryer Setup, Display Setup, Cool Down Setup, and Wrinkle Guard Setup).
2. Preprogrammed Cycles (Keys “A-F”).
This feature allows the operator to have the six (6) most commonly used cycle selections awaiting the push
of a single keyboard (touch pad) entry, to start the dryer.
3. Preprogrammed Cycles (“0-40”).
This feature allows the operator to have an additional forty-one (41) preprogrammed cycle selections.
These can be started by selecting the cycle number and pressing the “START/ENTER”
key.
4. Default Settings (returns ALL programmable parameters to factory default settings).
Both the preprogrammed cycles and the system parameters (programs) have been preprogrammed by the
factory with the parameters shown in Section VII of this manual. The various program selections for the
preprogrammed cycles and system parameters are outlined in Section III of this manual.
ALL program changes for the preprogrammed cycles and system parameters (programs) are done through the
keyboard (touch pad) selection keys on the front of the control panel.
ENTERING THE PROGRAMMING MODE:
First, make sure that no cycle is in progress and that the light emitting diode (L.E.D.) display reads “READY,”
and then press the “STOP/CLEAR”
key and the “UP ARROW”
key at the same time. This will put the
controller into the programming mode.
EXITING THE PROGRAMMING MODE:
The “STOP/CLEAR” key will return you to the previous menu level. Continue to press the “STOP/CLEAR”
key until the controller is completely out of the Programming Mode.
To alter the programming parameters, the operator will locate the parameter (program) that is to be changed. If
the change is numerical (i.e., time and/or temperature), the operator will simply enter the numerical value
desired. If an error is made, press the “STOP/CLEAR”
key ONCE and the incorrect entry that was made
will be cancelled. Once the entry is made and the parameter (program) set does not need to be changed, press
the “START/ENTER”
key, and the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) will advance to
the next program selected.
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If the parameter (program) change is a feature
change, such as changing the temperature
conversion from degrees Fahrenheit (°F) to
degrees Celsius (°C) or from “AUTO”
(Automatic Drying Cycle) to “MANUAL”
(Timed [Manual] Drying Cycle), the operator
will press and hold the “UP ARROW”
or
key. This will toggle
“DOWN ARROW”
between choices. Once the entry is made, or if
the parameter (program) does not need to be
changed, press the “START/ENTER”
key
and the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor
controller (computer) will advance to the next
program selection.
When making numerical changes, please stay
within the programming limits shown. If an
erroneous entry is made, the Phase 7 non-coin
microprocessor controller (computer) will display
“ERROR” and ignore the entry made when the
“START/ENTER”
key is pressed; it will
return to the numerical value previously set.
The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller
(computer) allows the operator to scroll through
the various parameters (programs) and select
the parameter to be changed. At this point, the
operator can go to the next Program Location
(system parameter) to be changed. If no other
programs (parameters) need to be changed, the
user can exit the program mode by pressing the
“STOP/CLEAR”
key until the controller is
out of the programming mode. The Phase 7
non-coin microprocessor controller (computer)
will be returned to the operating mode, and the
light emitting diode (L.E.D.) display will read
“READY”.
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B. PROGRAMMING FLOWCHARTS
The following section of this manual explains the programming of the preprogrammed cycles and Program
Locations (system parameters) through the use of flowcharts. A flowchart is a diagram of the programming
process.
Four (4) different symbols will be used in the flowcharts:
display symbol
Ready
key symbol
START/ENTER
STOP/CLEAR
Each display symbol will represent a readout on the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) light
emitting diode (L.E.D.) display, and each key symbol will represent a key that is pressed. For example:
1. If the flowchart shows the symbol
L.E.D. display will read the same.
2. If the flowchart shows the symbol
Ready
, the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer)
, press that specific key on the keyboard (touch pad) label.
3. This symbol represents “STOP/CLEAR”.
4. This symbol represents “START/ENTER”.
a. The flowchart arrows (i.e.,
) represents the program path.
b. On the sides of the flowcharts are explanations of the flowchart procedure, and in some cases, the
programming limits.
Listed below is an index of the flowcharts on the following pages.
Flowchart Titles
Page
Entering and Exiting Program Mode .........................................................................................................
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System Parameters (Program):
0 LANGUAGES ...............................................................................................................................
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1 SYSTEM PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................
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2 “A-F” CYCLES .............................................................................................................................
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3 “0-40” CYCLES ............................................................................................................................
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4 DEFAULT SETTINGS ..................................................................................................................
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PHASE 7
MENU PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE
EVERY INDENTED STEP REPRESENTS THE “START/ENTER” KEY BEING PRESSED TO SELECT
A MENU ITEM. EVERY MESSAGE WITH A NUMBER BEFORE IT INDICATES THAT IT IS A
MENU SELECTION CHOICE. EVERY MESSAGE WITHOUT A NUMBER BEFORE IT INDICATES
THAT IT IS THE LAST MENU LEVEL.
I.E. MENU FLOW
FROM (“1: SELECT SYSTEM PARAMETERS”)
PRESSING “START/ENTER” PUTS YOU AT (0: DRYER SETUP)
PRESSING “UP ARROW” PUTS YOU AT (1: COOL DOWN SETUP)
PRESSING “DOWN ARROW” PUTS YOU BACK AT (0: DRYER SETUP)
PROGRAMMING MODE:
ENTERING:
MUST BE IN THE “READY” STATE.
PRESS “STOP/CLEAR” and “UP ARROW” KEY SIMULTANEOUSLY.
(THIS WILL GET YOU INTO THE PROGRAMMING MODE.)
EXITING:
PRESS THE “STOP/CLEAR” KEY REPEATEDLY UNTIL THE CONTROLLER IS BACK TO THE
“READY” DISPLAY. THE “STOP/CLEAR” KEY WILL BRING YOU BACK ONE MENU LEVEL
AT A TIME. AT THE FIRST MENU LEVEL, IT WILL EXIT THE CONTROLLER FROM THE
PROGRAMMING MODE and RETURN TO THE “READY” STATE.
NOTES:
THE “UP ARROW” and the “DOWN ARROW” KEYS ARE USED TO SCROLL UP and DOWN A
MENU SELECTION.
THE NUMBER KEYS CAN ALSO BE USED TO BRING THE CONTROLLER DIRECTLY TO A
KNOWN MENU ITEM. PRESS THE NUMBER OF THE DESIRED CYCLE, FOLLOWED BY THE
“START/ENTER” KEY, TO ENTER THE MENU CHOICE ASSIGNED TO THE NUMBER SELECTED.
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0: SELECT LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
FRANCAIS
ESPANOL
ITALIANO
DEUTSCH
1: SELECT SYSTEM PARAMETERS
0: DRYER SETUP
0: SELECT MODEL
GAS REVERSING
ELECTRIC REVERSING
STEAM REVERSING
GAS NON-REVERSING
ELECTRIC NON-REVERSING
STEAM NON-REVERSING
1: SYSTEM TEMP
DEG F
DEG C
2: ENTER LINT CLEANING FREQUENCY 1 TO 10 HOURS
3
(3 = DEFAULT VALUE)
3: ENTER AUDIO ALERT ON TIMES 0 TO 10
5
(5 = DEFAULT VALUE)
4: ENTER ROTATION SENSOR ON/OFF (ON = DEFAULT VALUE)
5: BOARD ADDRESS 00 TO ZZ.
6: AUTO CYCLE TIME OUT 0 TO 99 MINUTES 60 (60 = DEFAULT VALUE)
1: REVERSING SETUP
0: ENTER SPIN TIME 30 TO 120 SECONDS
60 SEC (60 = DEFAULT VALUE)
1: ENTER STOP TIME 5 TO 10 SECONDS
5 SEC (5 = DEFAULT VALUE)
2: WRINKLE GUARD SETUP
0: WRINKLE GUARD AUDIO ALERT
AUDIO ALERT ON
AUDIO ALERT OFF
3: STEAM INJECTION SETUP
0: ENTER ON TIME
10:00 = DEFAULT
1: ENTER OFF TIME
(1-SECOND ABOVE ON TIME – DEFAULT)
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2: PROGRAM “A-F” CYCLE
SELECT “A-F” KEY
*
(“*” DISPLAY THE LETTER CHOSEN. DEFAULTS TO “A”)
SELECT CYCLE TYPE
*
(“*” DISPLAY THE CYCLE TYPE “AUTO” or “MANUAL”)
AUTO
0: REVERSE MODE
ON
OFF
1: ENTER DRY TEMP 160° F TO 200° F (71° C TO 93° C)
*** F
(“***” = THE DEFAULT DRY TEMP FOR THAT CYCLE)
2: ENTER DRYNESS LEVEL FINISH, DRY, EXTRA DRY
*** %
(“***” = THE DEFAULT DRY LEVEL FOR THAT CYCLE)
3: ENTER CYCLE ADJUSTMENT LEVEL 0 TO 99
(75 = DEFAULT)
4: ENTER CONTROLLED COOL DOWN
(OFF = DEFAULT VALUE)
5: ENTER COOL DOWN TIME 0 TO 90 MINUTES
(4 = DEFAULT VALUE)
6: ENTER COOL DOWN TEMPERATURE 70° F TO 100° F (21° C TO 38° C)
(80 = DEFAULT VALUE)
MANUAL
0: REVERSE MODE
ON
OFF
1: ENTER SPIN TIME 30 TO 120-SECONDS
*** SEC
(60 = THE DEFAULT TIME FOR THAT CYCLE)
ENTER STOP TIME 5 TO 10-SECONDS
*** SEC
(5 = THE DEFAULT TIME FOR THAT CYCLE)
2: ENTER DRY TEMP 100° F TO 200° F (38° C TO 93° C)
*** F
(“***” = THE DEFAULT DRY TEMP FOR THAT CYCLE)
ENTER CONTROLLED COOL DOWN ON OR OFF
(OFF = DEFAULT)
3: ENTER DRY TIME 0 TO 99 MINUTES
** MIN
(0 = THE DEFAULT MINUTES FOR THAT CYCLE)
4: ENTER COOL DOWN TIME 0 TO 99 MINUTES
** MIN
(4 = THE DEFAULT TIME FOR THAT CYCLE)
5: ENTER COOL DOWN TEMP 70° F TO 100° F (21° F TO 38° C)
*** F
(100 = THE DEFAULT TEMP FOR THAT CYCLE)
6: ENTER STEAM INJECTION ON OR OFF
(OFF = DEFAULT VALUE)
3: PROGRAM “0-40” CYCLE
1: SEE 2: PROGRAMMING A-F CYCLES
4: DEFAULT SETTINGS
ENTER PASSWORD
(PRESS “1” “2” “3”)
CONFIRM DEFAULTS
NO
(DEFAULT VALUE)
YES
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Selecting Languages
Ready
Press and hold the
stop/clear key
While holding the stop/
clear key, press the up
arrow key.
0:SELECT
LANGUAGE
Press ENTER to access
ENGLISH
Press the up or down arrow
key to select a different
language. ENGLISH,
FRANCAIS, ESPANOL,
ITALIANO, and DEUTSCH are
the selections.
ESPANOL
Press ENTER to store
new changes
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Selecting a Dryer Model
While holding the stop/
clear key, press the up
arrow key.
Ready
0:SELECT
LANGUAGE
The computer must be displaying READY
to enter program mode
Press and hold the
stop/clear key
Or number
Use arrow
key
1
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
1: SELECT SYSTEM
PARAMETERS
Press ENTER to access
0: DRYER SETUP
Press ENTER to access
0: SELECT
MODEL
Next
page
28
From
Previous
Press ENTER to access
GAS REVERSING
Press the up or down arrow
key to select a different model.
GAS REVERSING, ELECTRIC
REVERSING, STEAM
REVERSING, GAS NONREVERSING, ELECTRIC
NON-REVERSING and
STEAM NON-REVERSING
are the selections.
ELECTRIC
REVERSING
Press ENTER to store
new changes
1: SYSTEM TEMP
29
Selecting the System Temperature
While holding the stop/
clear key, press the up
arrow key.
Ready
0:SELECT
LANGUAGE
Use arrow
key
Press and hold the
stop/clear key
Or number
1
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
1: SELECT SYSTEM
PARAMETERS
Press ENTER to access
0: DRYER SETUP
Press ENTER to access
0: SELECT
MODEL
Next
page
30
From
Previous
Use arrow
key
Or number
1
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
1: SYSTEM TEMP
Press ENTER to access
DEG F
Press the up or down arrow
key to select DEG F or DEG C
DEG C
Press ENTER to store
new changes
2: ENTER LINT CLEANING
FREQUENCY 1 TO 10 HOURS
31
Setting the Lint Cleaning Frequency
While holding the stop/
clear key, press the up
arrow key.
Ready
0:SELECT
LANGUAGE
Press and hold the
stop/clear key
Use arrow
key
Or number
1
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
1: SELECT SYSTEM
PARAMETERS
Press ENTER to access
0: DRYER SETUP
Press ENTER to access
0: SELECT
MODEL
Next
page
32
From
Previous
Use arrow
key
Or number
2
1: SYSTEM TEMP
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
2: ENTER LINT CLEANING
FREQUENCY 1 TO 10 HOURS
Press ENTER to access
5
3
Press the up arrow key to increment
the number, down arrow key to
decrement the number or enter the
number directly.
3
Press ENTER to store
new changes
3: ENTER AUDIO ALERT
ON TIMES 0 TO 10
33
Adjusting the Audio Alert On times
While holding the stop/
clear key, press the up
arrow key.
Ready
0:SELECT
LANGUAGE
Press and hold the
stop/clear key
Use arrow
key
Or number
1
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
1: SELECT SYSTEM
PARAMETERS
Press ENTER to access
0: DRYER SETUP
Press ENTER to access
0: SELECT
MODEL
Next
page
34
From
Previous
Use arrow
key
Or number
3
1: SYSTEM TEMP
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
2: ENTER LINT CLEANING
FREQUENCY 1 TO 10 HOURS
3: ENTER AUDIO ALERT
ON TIMES 0 TO 10
Press ENTER to access
5
Next
page
35
From
previous
3
Press the up arrow key to increment
the number, the down arrow key to
decrement the number or enter the
number directly.
3
Press ENTER to store
new changes
4: ROTATION
SENSOR
36
Rotation Sensor
While holding the stop/
clear key, press the up
arrow key.
Ready
0:SELECT
LANGUAGE
Press and hold the
stop/clear key
Use arrow
key
Or number
1
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
1: SELECT SYSTEM
PARAMETERS
Press ENTER to access
0: DRYER SETUP
Press ENTER to access
0: SELECT
MODEL
Next
page
37
From
Previous
Use arrow
key
Or number
1: SYSTEM TEMP
4
2: ENTER LINT CLEANING
FREQUENCY 1 TO 10 HOURS
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
3: ENTER AUDIO
ALERT ON TIMES
0 TO 10
4: ROTATION
SENSOR
Next
page
38
From
Previous
Press ENTER to access
OFF
Press the up or down arrow
key to select ON or OFF
ON
Press ENTER to store
new changes
5: BOARD ADDRESS
00 TO ZZ.
39
Dryer Address
While holding the stop/
clear key, press the up
arrow key.
Ready
0:SELECT
LANGUAGE
Press and hold the
stop/clear key
Use arrow
key
Or number
1
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
1: SELECT SYSTEM
PARAMETERS
Press ENTER to access
0: DRYER SETUP
Press ENTER to access
0: SELECT
MODEL
Next
page
40
From
Previous
Use arrow
key
Or number
1: SYSTEM TEMP
5
2: ENTER LINT CLEANING
FREQUENCY 1 TO 10 HOURS
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
3: ENTER AUDIO
ALERT ON TIMES
0 TO 10
4: ROTATION
SENSOR
5: BOARD ADDRESS
00 TO ZZ.
Next
page
41
From
Previous
Press ENTER to access
A_
Press the up or down arrow
key to scroll the A-Z and 0-9
AA
Press the up or down arrow
key to scroll the A-Z and 0-9
A1
Press ENTER to store
new changes
6: AUTO CYCLE TIME OUT.
0 TO 99 MINUTES.
42
Auto Cycle Time Out
While holding the stop/
clear key, press the up
arrow key.
Ready
0:SELECT
LANGUAGE
Press and hold the
stop/clear key
Use arrow
key
Or number
1
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
1: SELECT SYSTEM
PARAMETERS
Press ENTER to access
0: DRYER SETUP
Press ENTER to access
0: SELECT
MODEL
Next
page
43
From
Previous
Use arrow
key
Or number
1: SYSTEM TEMP
6
2: ENTER LINT CLEANING
FREQUENCY 1 TO 10 HOURS
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
3: ENTER AUDIO ALERT
ON TIMES 0 TO 10
4: ROTATION
SENSOR
5: BOARD ADDRESS 00 to ZZ.
Next
page
44
From
Previous
AUTO CYCLE TIME OUT.
0 TO 99 MINUTES.
Press ENTER to access
60
Press the up or down arrow
key to scroll the A-Z and 0-9
70
Press ENTER to store
new changes
AUTO CYCLE TIME OUT.
0 TO 99 MINUTES.
45
Adjusting Reversing Spin Time and Stop Time
While holding the stop/
clear key, press the up
arrow key.
Ready
0:SELECT
LANGUAGE
Press and hold the
stop/clear key
Use arrow
key
Or number
1
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
1: SELECT SYSTEM
PARAMETERS
Press ENTER to access
0: DRYER SETUP
Use arrow
key
Or number
1
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
Next
Page (A)
Next
Page (B)
46
From
Previous
(A)
From
Previous
(B)
1: REVERSING
SETUP
Press ENTER to access
0: ENTER SPIN TIME 30
TO 120 SECONDS
Press ENTER to access
60
7
0
Press the up arrow key to increment
the time, the down arrow key to
decrement the time or enter the time
directly. The time is adjustable from
30 to 120 seconds.
70
Press ENTER to store
new changes
1: ENTER STOP TIME 5
TO 10 SECONDS
47
From
Previous
Press ENTER to access
5
7
Press the up arrow key to increment
the time, the down arrow key to
decrement the time or enter the time
directly. The stop time is adjustable
from 5 to 10 seconds.
7
Press ENTER to store
new changes
1: ENTER STOP TIME 5
TO 10 SECONDS
48
Wrinkle Guard Audio Alert
While holding the stop/
clear key, press the up
arrow key.
Ready
0:SELECT
LANGUAGE
Press and hold the
stop/clear key
Use arrow
key
Or number
1
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
1: SELECT SYSTEM
PARAMETERS
Press ENTER to access
0: DRYER SETUP
Use arrow
key
Or number
2
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
1: REVERSING
SETUP
Next
Page (A)
Next
Page (B)
49
From
Previous
(A)
From
Previous
(B)
2: WRINKLE GUARD
SETUP
Press ENTER to access
0: WRINKLE GUARD
AUDIO ALERT
Press ENTER to access
ON
Press the up or down arrow
key to select ON or OFF
OFF
Press ENTER to store
new changes
0: WRINKLE GUARD
AUDIO ALERT
50
Steam Injection Setup
While holding the stop/
clear key, press the up
arrow key.
Ready
0:SELECT
LANGUAGE
Press and hold the
stop/clear key
Use arrow
key
Or number
1
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
1: SELECT SYSTEM
PARAMETERS
Press ENTER to access
0: DRYER SETUP
Use arrow
key
Or number
3
Press ENTER to jump
directly to the location
1: REVERSING
SETUP
Next
Page (A)
Next
Page (B)
51
From
Previous
(A)
From
Previous
(B)
2: WRINKLE GUARD
SETUP
3: STEAM INJECTION
SETUP
Next
page
52
From
Previous
ENTER 1ST ON TIME
0:01 TO 45:00
NOTE: Time Format is mm:ss
The first time adjustment is Minutes
mm:
0:00
5
Press the up arrow key to increment
the time in minutes, the down arrow
key to decrement the time in minutes
or enter the time in minutes directly.
If 0:00 is programmed, the program
will jump back to 2: PROGRAM A - F
CYCLE
5
Press ENTER to access
The second time adjustment is
Seconds :ss
5:00
1
0
Next
page
53
Press the up arrow key to increment
the time in seconds, down arrow key
to decrement the time in seconds or
enter the time in seconds directly.
From
Previous
10
Press ENTER to store
new changes
ENTER 1ST OFF TIME
5:11 TO 45:00
The first time adjustment is Minutes
mm:
0:00
8
Press the up arrow key to increment
the time in minutes, the down arrow
key to decrement the time in minutes
or enter the time in minutes directly.
8
Press ENTER to store
new changes
8:00
Next
page
54
The second time adjustment is
Seconds :ss
From
Previous
2
0
Press the up arrow key to increment
the time in seconds, the down arrow
key to decrement the time in seconds
or enter the time in seconds directly.
20
Press ENTER to store
new changes
ENTER 2ND ON TIME
8:21 TO 45:00
The first time adjustment is Minutes
mm:
0:00
9
9
Next
page
55
Press the up arrow key to increment
the time in minutes, the down arrow
key to decrement the time in minutes
or enter the time in minutes directly.
From
Previous
Press ENTER to store
new changes
The second time adjustment is
Seconds :ss
9:00
4
0
Press the up arrow key to increment
the time in seconds, the down arrow
key to decrement the time in seconds
or enter the time in seconds directly.
40
Press ENTER to store
new changes
ENTER 3RD ON TIME
8:21 TO 45:00
0:00
Press ENTER to store
new changes
2: PROGRAM A-F CYCLES
or
3: PROGRAM 0-40 CYCLES
56
When 0 time is entered, the
program will jump back to either 2:
PROGRAM A-F CYCLES or 3:
PROGRAM 0-40 CYCLES.
Programming A - F Cycles or 0 - 40 Cycles
While holding the stop/
clear key, press the up
arrow key.
Ready
0:SELECT
LANGUAGE
(A - F Cycles)
press up arrow key
twice
The computer must be displaying READY
to enter program mode
Press and hold the
stop/clear key
(0 - 40 cycles)
Press Up arrow
key three times
(A - F Cycles)
Or press 2
(0 - 40 Cycles)
Or press 3
1: SELECT
SYSTEM
PARAMETERS
1: SELECT
SYSTEM
PARAMETERS
2
2: PROGRAM
A - F CYCLES
3
2: PROGRAM
A - F CYCLES
2: PROGRAM
A - F CYCLES
3: PROGRAM
0 - 40 CYCLES
3: PROGRAM
0 - 40 CYCLES
Next
Page
57
From
Previous
SELECT A - F KEY
or
ENTER 0 - 40
A or 0
B
Press the key(s) corresponding to the cycle you
wish to program: A - F or 0 - 40.
B
Press ENTER to access
SELECT CYCLE
TYPE
AUTO
Follow this flow chart
path for an AUTO cycle
Follow this flow chart path
for a MANUAL cycle
Press the Up or
Down Arrow Key to
change the cycle
type
Press ENTER to store
new changes
0: REVERSE
MODE
MANUAL
Next
Page (A)
Next
Page (B)
58
From
Previous
(A)
From
Previous
(B)
Press ENTER to access
Non reversing
models will display
"NOT AVAILABLE"
and jump to 1:
ENTER DRY
TEMP 160 TO
200ºF
Press ENTER to store
new changes
0: REVERSE
MODE
ON
Press ENTER to access
Press the Up or
Down Arrow Key to
turn reversing ON
or OFF
OFF
OFF
Press the Up or
Down Arrow Key to
turn reversing ON
or OFF
Press ENTER to store
new changes
Axial models will
display 1: DRYING
TEMP 160ºF
ONLY, then jump
to 2: ENTER
DRYNESS LEVEL.
Non reversing
models will display
"NOT AVAILABLE"
and jump to
1: ENTER DRY
TIME
1: ENTER DRY TEMP
160 TO 200ºF
ON
If reversing is OFF,
once Enter is
pressed, the
program will jump
to
1: ENTER DRY
TIME
Press ENTER to access
ENTER SPIN TIME 30
TO 120 SECONDS
160
60
Next
Page (A)
Next
Page (B)
59
Press the up arrow
key to increment
the temp, the down
arrow key to
decrement the
temp or enter the
temp directly.
From
Previous
(A)
From
Previous
(B)
1
2
7
5
Press the up arrow
key to increment
the time, the down
arrow key to
decrement the time
or enter the time
directly.
5
25
175
Press ENTER to store
new changes
Press ENTER to store
new changes
ENTER STOP TIME 5
TO 10 SECONDS
2: ENTER
DRYNESS LEVEL
5
Press ENTER to access
7
DRY
7
Next
Page (A)
Next
Page (B)
60
Press the up
arrow key to
increment the
time, the down
arrow key to
decrement the
time or enter
the time
directly.
From
Previous
(A)
From
Previous
(B)
Press the up or
down arrow key to
adjust the dryness
level. FINISHING,
DRY OR EXTRA
DRY
Press ENTER to store
new changes
1: ENTER DRY TIME
0 TO 99 MINUTES
EXTRA DRY
Press ENTER to access
Press ENTER to store
new changes
30
3: ENTER CYCLE
ADJUSTMENT
4
Press ENTER to access
Press the up arrow key
to increment the value,
the down arrow key to
decrement the value or
enter the value
directly.
5
Press the up arrow
key to increment the
time, the down arrow
key to decrement the
time or enter the time
directly.
70
45
7
Press ENTER to store
new changes
5
2: ENTER DRY TEMP
100 TO 200 ºF
Next
Page (A)
Next
Page (B)
61
Axial models will
display a maximum
temp of 160 ºF
From
Previous
(A)
From
Previous
(B)
75
Press ENTER to access
Press ENTER to store
new changes
1
4: CONTROLLED
COOL DOWN
7
Press ENTER to access
5
ON
175
Press the up or
down arrow key to
turn the option ON
or OFF.
Press the up arrow
key to increment
the temp, the down
arrow key to
decrement the
temp or enter the
temp directly.
Press ENTER to store
new changes
3: CONTROLLED
COOL DOWN
OFF
Press ENTER to store
new changes
Press ENTER to access
5: ENTER COOL DOWN
TIME 0 TO 99 MINUTES
ON
Next
Page (A)
Next
Page (B)
62
From
Previous
(A)
From
Previous
(B)
Press ENTER to store new
changes.
If CONTROLLED COOL
DOWN is ON, the program
will display NOT
AVAILABLE and jump to 6:
ENTER COOL DOWN
TEMP 70 TO 100 ºF.
Press the up arrow key
to increment the time,
the down arrow key to
decrement the time or
enter the time directly.
Press the up or down
arrow key to turn the
option ON or OFF.
6
OFF
Press ENTER to store
new changes
5
4: ENTER COOL DOWN
TIME 0 TO 99 MINUTES
Press ENTER to access.
If CONTROLLED COOL
DOWN is ON the program
will display NOT
AVAILABLE and jump to 5:
ENTER COOL DOWN
TIME 0 TO 99 MINUTES.
5
6
Press ENTER to store
new changes
6: ENTER COOL DOWN
TEMP 70 TO 100 ºF
5
Press ENTER to access
70
5
Next
Page (A)
Next
Page (B)
63
Press the up arrow key
to increment the time,
the down arrow key to
decrement the time or
enter the time directly.
From
Previous
(A)
Press the up arrow key
to increment the temp,
the down arrow key to
decrement the temp or
enter temp directly.
From
Previous
(B)
Press ENTER to store
new changes
8
5: ENTER COOL DOWN
TEMP 70 TO 100 ºF
0
Press ENTER to access
Press the up arrow
key to increment the
temp, the down
arrow key to
decrement the temp
or enter temp
directly.
80
70
Press ENTER to store
new changes
8
2: PROGRAM A-F CYCLES
or
3: PROGRAM 0-40 CYCLES
0
Program jumps back to
2:PROGRAM A-F CYCLES or
3:PROGRAM 0-40 CYCLES.
80
Press ENTER to store
new changes
6: STEAM INJECTION
Next
page
64
From
Previous
Press ENTER to access
OFF
Press the up or down arrow
key to turn the option ON or
OFF.
ON
Press ENTER to store new changes.
If STEAM INJECTION is OFF, the program
will jump back to 2: PROGRAM A - F
CYCLE
ENTER 1ST ON TIME
0:01 TO 45:00
The first time adjustment is Minutes
mm:
0:00
5
Next
page
65
NOTE: Time Format is mm:ss
Press the up arrow key to increment
the time in minutes, the down arrow
key to decrement the time in minutes
or enter the time in minutes directly.
If 0:00 is programmed, the program
will jump back to 2: PROGRAM A - F
CYCLE
From
Previous
5
Press ENTER to store
new changes
The second time adjustment is
Seconds :ss
5:00
1
0
Press the up arrow key to increment
the time in seconds, the down arrow
key to decrement the time in seconds
or enter the time in seconds directly.
5
Press ENTER to store
new changes
ENTER 1ST OFF TIME
5:11 TO 45:00
0:00
Next
page
66
The first time adjustment is Minutes
mm:
From
Previous
8
Press the up arrow key to increment
the time in minutes, the down arrow
key to decrement the time in minutes
or enter the time in minutes directly.
8
Press ENTER to store
new changes
The second time adjustment is
Seconds :ss
8:00
2
0
Press the up arrow key to increment
the time in seconds, the down arrow
key to decrement the time in seconds
or enter the time in seconds directly.
20
Press ENTER to store
new changes
Next
page
67
From
Previous
ENTER 2ND ON TIME
8:21 TO 45:00
The first time adjustment is Minutes
mm:
0:00
9
Press the up arrow key to increment
the time in minutes, the down arrow
key to decrement the time in minutes
or enter the time in minutes directly.
9
Press ENTER to store
new changes
The second time adjustment is
Seconds :ss
9:00
4
0
40
Next
page
68
Press the up arrow key to increment
the time in seconds, the down arrow
key to decrement the time in seconds
or enter the time in seconds directly.
From
Previous
Press ENTER to store
new changes
ENTER 3RD ON TIME
8:21 TO 45:00
0:00
When 0 time is entered, the
program will jump back to either 2:
PROGRAM A-F CYCLES or 3:
PROGRAM 0-40 CYCLES.
Press ENTER to store
new changes
0:00
Press ENTER to store
new changes
2: PROGRAM A-F CYCLES
or
3: PROGRAM 0-40 CYCLES
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Restoring Factory Default Settings
While holding the stop/
clear key, press the up
arrow key.
Ready
0:SELECT
LANGUAGE
The computer must be displaying READY
to enter program mode
Press and hold the
stop/clear key
Or number
Use arrow
key
1: SELECT
SYSTEM
PARAMETERS
4
2: PROGRAM
A - F CYCLES
3: PROGRAM
0 - 40 CYCLES
4: DEFAULT
SETTINGS
Next
page
70
From
Previous
ENTER
PASSWORD
1
2
3
CONFIRM
DEFAULTS
NO
Press the Up or Down Arrow
Key to toggle from NO to YES
Next
page
71
From
Previous
YES
WARNING: Pressing enter will
restore factory default settings,
including all preprogrammed
cycles and any adjustments
made to programming.
DEFAULTS SET
4: DEFAULT
SETTINGS
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SECTION VII
FACTORY PRESET PARAMETERS (PROGRAMS)
NOTE: To enter program mode, press and hold the “STOP/CLEAR”
key.
key and the “UP ARROW”
A. CYCLE “A-F” PARAMETERS (PROGRAMS) PRESET BY THE FACTORY
CYCLE A:
SELECT CYCLE TYPE = AUTO, 0:REVERSE MODE = ON, 1:ENTER DRY TEMP = 180°F, 2:ENTER DRYNESS LEVEL =
EXTRA DRY, 3:ENTER CYCLE ADJUSTMENT VALUE = 70, 4:CONTROLLED COOL DOWN = OFF, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN
TIME = 6 MINUTES, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TEMP = 80°F
CYCLE B:
SELECT CYCLE TYPE = AUTO, 0:REVERSE MODE = ON, 1:ENTER DRY TEMP = 180°F, 2:ENTER DRYNESS LEVEL = DRY,
3:ENTER CYCLE ADJUSTMENT VALUE = 70, 4:CONTROLLED COOL DOWN = OFF, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TIME = 6
MINUTES, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TEMP = 80°F
CYCLE C:
SELECT CYCLE TYPE = AUTO, 0:REVERSE MODE = ON, 1:ENTER DRY TEMP = 160°F, 2:ENTER DRYNESS LEVEL = DRY,
3:ENTER CYCLE ADJUSTMENT VALUE = 70, 4:CONTROLLED COOL DOWN = OFF, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TIME = 4
MINUTES, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TEMP = 80°F
CYCLE D:
SELECT CYCLE TYPE = MANUAL, 0:REVERSE MODE = ON, ENTER SPIN TIME = 60 SECONDS, ENTER STOP TIME = 5
SECONDS, 1:ENTER DRY TIME = 40 MINUTES, 2:ENTER DRY TEMP = 190°F, 3:CONTROLLED COOL DOWN = OFF,
4:ENTER COOL DOWN TIME = 6 MINUTES, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TEMP = 80°F, 6:STEAM INJECTION = OFF
CYCLE E:
SELECT CYCLE TYPE = MANUAL, 0:REVERSE MODE = ON, ENTER SPIN TIME = 60 SECONDS, ENTER STOP TIME = 5
SECONDS, 1:ENTER DRY TIME = 30 MINUTES, 2:ENTER DRY TEMP = 180°F, 3:CONTROLLED COOL DOWN = OFF,
4:ENTER COOL DOWN TIME = 4 MINUTES, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TEMP = 80°F, 6:STEAM INJECTION = OFF
CYCLE F:
SELECT CYCLE TYPE = MANUAL, 0:REVERSE MODE = ON, ENTER SPIN TIME = 60 SECONDS, ENTER STOP TIME = 5
SECONDS, 1:ENTER DRY TIME = 10 MINUTES, 2:ENTER DRY TEMP = 170°F, 3:CONTROLLED COOL DOWN = OFF,
4:ENTER COOL DOWN TIME = 2 MINUTES, 5:ENTER COOL DOWN TEMP = 80°F, 6:STEAM INJECTION = OFF
B. CYCLE “0-40” PARAMETERS (PROGRAMS) PRESET BY THE FACTORY
CYCLE “0-40”:
Manual (Timed) Mode, Reverse, Dry Time = 0, Dry Temp = 100, Cool Down Time = 3 Minutes, Cool Down
Temp = 100, Spin Time = 60, Dwell (Stop) Time = 7.
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SECTION VIII
PHASE 7 NON-COIN PROGRAMMING LIMITS
A. PREPROGRAMMED CYCLES
1. Automatic Drying Cycle
a. Drying Temperature from 160° F to 200° F (71° C to 93° C) in one-degree increments for a radial dryer,
and 100° F to 160° F (38° C to 71° C) in one-degree increments for an axial dryer.
b. Cycle Adjustment Value from 0-99, in increments of one (1).
c. Cool Down Time from 0 to 99 minutes, in 1 minute increments.
d. Cool Down Temperature from 70° F to 100° F (21° C to 38° C), in one-degree increments.
2. Timed (Manual) Drying Cycle
a. Drying Temperature from 100° F to 200° F (38° C to 93° C) in one-degree increments for a radial dryer,
and 100° F to 160° F (38° C to 71° C) in one-degree increments for an axial dryer.
b. Drying Time from 0 to 99 minutes, in 1 minute increments.
c. Cool Down Time from 0 to 99 minutes in 1 minute increments for preprogrammed cycle.
d. Cool Down Temperature from 70° F to 100° F (21° C to 38° C), in one-degree increments.
e. Reversing Models
1) Automatic Drying Cycle Spin Time and Dwell (Stop) Time is not programmable. (Refer to Fixed
Parameters on next page).
2) Manual Timed Cycle
a) Spin Time (“SPIN TIME”) from 30-seconds to 120-seconds, in 1-second increments.
b) Dwell (Stop) Time (“STOP TIME”) from 5-seconds to 10-seconds, in 1-second increments.
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B. SYSTEM PARAMETERS (PROGRAM LOCATIONS)
1. Cycle Adjustment Value from 0 to 99, in increments of one (1).
2. Manually Loaded Auto Cycle (“COOL DOWN TIME”) from 0 to 99 minutes, in 1 minute increments.
3. Audio Alert 0-10.
4. Lint Cleaning Frequency 1 to 10 hours.
C. FIXED PARAMETERS
1. Spin Time (“SPIN TIME”) is fixed at 2 minutes in forward and 2 minutes in reverse drive.
2. Dwell (Stop) Time (“STOP TIME”) is fixed at 5-seconds (in the Auto Mode) and is not adjustable.
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SECTION IX
PHASE 7 AUTO CYCLE
CYCLE ADJUSTMENT VALUES
Gas
Model
Adjustment
Value
Electric
Model
Adjustment
Value
Steam
Model
Adjustment
Value
MDG-30
68
MDG-30
75
MDG-30
70
MDG-31
73
MDG-31
75
MDG-31
70
MDG-50
70
MDG-50
75
MDG-50
70
MDG-75
60
MDG-75
75
MDG-75
70
MDG-76
70
MDG-76
75
MDG-76
70
MDG-120
73
MDG-120
78
MDG-120
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IMPORTANT: If your particular model/dryer dryness levels are not shown in the above charts,
contact the Service Department for the appropriate factors for your particular dryer.
When doing so, please have the dryer model and serial numbers available.
IMPORTANT: The adjustment values have been preprogrammed by the factory, but can be changed
in the field. IF THE PHASE 7 NON-COIN MICROPROCESSOR
CONTROLLER (COMPUTER) SHOULD FAIL AND IS BEING
REPLACED, THE REPLACEMENT PHASE 7 NON-COIN
MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLER (COMPUTER) MUST BE
REPROGRAMMED FOR THE SPECIFIC MODEL SHOWN IN THE
ADJUSTMENT VALUE PARAMETERS CHARTS ABOVE. THE
ADJUSTMENT VALUE LABEL IS LOCATED ON THE TOP CONTROL
PANEL, BEHIND THE PHASE 7 KEYBOARD (TOUCH PAD) DISPLAY
DOOR.
NOTE: When fine-tuning the Auto Cycle for certain loads, if the clothes comes out wet decrease the
adjustment value; if the material comes out too dry, increase the adjustment value.
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SECTION X
PHASE 7 NON-COIN SYSTEM DIAGNOSTICS
IMPORTANT: YOU MUST DISCONNECT AND LOCKOUT THE ELECTRIC SUPPLY
AND THE GAS OR STEAM SUPPLY BEFORE ANY COVERS OR
GUARDS ARE REMOVED FROM THE MACHINE, TO ALLOW ACCESS
FOR CLEANING, ADJUSTING, INSTALLATION, OR TESTING OF ANY
EQUIPMENT PER OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration)
STANDARDS.
ALL major circuits, including the door, the microprocessor temperature sensor, and the heat and motor circuits
are monitored. The Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) will inform the user, via the light
emitting diode (L.E.D.) display of certain failure messages, along with L.E.D. indicators on the Input/Output
(I/O) board on the back panel of the front right control door.
A. DIAGNOSTIC (L.E.D. DISPLAY) FAULT MESSAGES
BURNER CONTROL FAULT – This routine monitors the gas return valve signal and compares it with the
Direct Spark Ignition (DSI) purge time setting. If the gas return valve signal does not turn on before the DSI
purge time expires, or if it turns on for less than 200 ms, the control will turn off the heat output, increment a
counter, and wait the interpurge time before reattempting to ignite the burner. Once this fault condition occurs
five (5) consecutive times, the controller will interrupt the cycle and will display “BURNER CONTROL FAULT”
and will go into a fault mode with a brief audio indication. If the basket (tumbler) temperature is above 100° F
(38° C) at the time of the failure, the control will continue to display “BURNER CONTROL FAULT”, while the
dryer cools by running with no heat for 3 minutes or until the temperature drops below 100° F (38° C). If the
basket (tumbler) temperature is below 100° F (38° C), or the 3 minutes expire, the controller will shut off ALL
outputs and will remain in fault mode until the dryer is addressed.
IGNITION FAULT – After the controller receives a gas valve return for more than 200 ms signal within the
Direct Spark Ignition (DSI) purge time, the controller will begin a DSI proof time. The controller will continue to
recheck the gas valve return signal. If the signal is lost during the DSI proof time, the controller will turn off the
heat output and determine what the retry count is set at. If the retry count is greater than zero, the controller will
wait through the interpurge time and attempt to reignite the flame. If the failure condition occurs again, the
controller will retry until the retry count has been satisfied. Once the retry count has been satisfied, the controller
will interrupt the cycle and display “Ignition Fault” condition and go into a fault mode with a brief audio indication.
If the basket (tumbler) temperature is above 100° F (38° C), the controller will continue to display “Ignition
Fault”, while the dryer cools by running with no heat for 3 minutes or until the temperature drops below 100° F
(38° C). Once the basket (tumbler) temperature is below 100° F (38° C), or the 3 minutes expire, the controller
will shut off ALL outputs and will remain in fault mode until the dryer is addressed.
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FLAME FAULT – After the controller has verified that the gas valve signal was present throughout the Direct
Spark Ignition (DSI) purge time and the DSI proof time, the controller will continue to monitor the gas valve
return signal. In the event that the gas valve return signal is lost anytime after the DSI proof time, the controller
will turn off the heat output and increment a counter. Once this fault condition occurs five (5) consecutive times,
the controller will interrupt the cycle, display “Flame Fault” condition, and go into a fault mode with a brief audio
indication. If the basket (tumbler) temperature is above 100° F (38° C), the controller will continue to display
“Flame Fault,” while the dryer cools by running with no heat for 3 minutes or until the temperature drops below
100° F (38° C). Once the basket (tumbler) temperature is below 100° F (38° C), or the 3 minutes expire, the
controller will shut off ALL outputs and will remain in fault mode until the dryer is addressed.
BURNER PURGE FAULT – If the control detects the presence of the gas return signal before sending the
heat signal out, the controller will trigger a “Burner Purge Fault” condition and will go into fault mode with a brief
audio indication. The dryer will run with no heat for 3 minutes or until the temperature drops below 100° F
(38° C). Once the basket (tumbler) temperature is below 100° F (38° C), or the 3 minutes expire, the controller
will shut off ALL outputs and will remain in fault mode until the dryer is addressed.
BURNER HIGH-LIMIT FAULT – This routine monitors the burner high-limit switch. If the switch opens
during the cycle while the heat is on, the dryer will display “Burner High-Limit Fault” and will go into fault mode
with a brief audio indication. The controller will check the basket (tumbler) temperature. If the exhaust probe
temperature is above 100° F (38° C), the dryer will continue to display “Burner High Limit Fault”, while the dryer
cools by running with no heat for 3 minutes or until the temperature drops below 100° F (38° C). Once the
exhaust probe temperature is below 100° F (38° C), or the 3 minutes expire, the controller will shut off ALL
outputs and will remain in fault mode until the dryer is addressed.
CHECK CONTROL BOARD FUSE #2 – This routine identifies the opening of the main fuse (fuse 2) on the
Phase 7 control board. If the fuse has opened, the microprocessor will not allow a cycle to begin and will display
a “Check Control Board Fuse #2” condition. If the fuse has opened after the cycle has begun, it will still trigger
the check main fuse fault. The dryer will shut off ALL outputs and will go into fault mode with a brief audio
indication.
CLEAN LINT – This routine monitors the opening of the lint drawer switch and compares the time between
openings to the lint cleaning frequency setting. This routine will first prompt the user to clean lint before locking
out the dryer. Once the time between cleanings is equal to the Lint Cleaning Frequency setting, the display will
prompt the user to clean lint. The lint cleaning frequency limits the amount of time the dryer will run before the
microprocessor locks the dryer out for further use. Once the lint count is reached, the lint drawer must be
opened for at least 15-seconds in order to reset the counter. If the lint drawer is not cleaned within 2 hours of run
time, the control will be locked out.
EE PROM FAULT ### – Error in memory location. The ### indicates the location of the fault.
EXHAUST HIGH-LIMIT FAULT – This routine monitors the basket (tumbler) safety over temperature
switch. If the switch opens, the dryer will display “Exhaust High-Limit Fault” and will go into fault mode with a
brief audio indication. If the basket (tumbler) temperature is above 100° F (38° C) the dryer will continue to
display “Exhaust High-Limit Fault”, while the controller cools by running with no heat for 3 minutes or until the
temperature drops below 100° F (38° C). Once the basket (tumbler) temperature is below 100° F (38° C), or the
3 minutes expire, the controller will shut off ALL outputs and will remain in fault mode until the dryer is addressed.
EXHAUST PROBE FAULT/AXIAL PROBE FAULT – This routine indicates a problem with the temperature
sensor circuit. This error will trigger an “Exhaust Probe Fault or Axial Probe Fault” condition and will go into a
fault mode with a brief audio indication. The dryer will run with no heat for 3 minutes. Once the 3 minutes
expire, the controller will shut off ALL outputs and will remain in fault mode until the dryer is addressed.
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EXHAUST HIGH TEMP FAULT – This error routine indicates a problem with overheating. This error will
initiate an “Exhaust High Temp Fault” condition and will go into fault mode with a brief audio indication. The
controller determines this error by monitoring the temperature sensor input to have a steady gradual increase in
temperature to a known upper limit (the limit typically is 20° over the maximum allowed programmable set
point). The dryer will run with no heat for 3 minutes or until the temperature drops below 100° F (38° C). Once
the basket (tumbler) temperature is below 100° F (38° C), or 3 minutes expire, the controller will shut off ALL
outputs and remain in fault mode until the dryer is addressed.
LINT ACCESS OPEN – Indicates the lint drawer is open and needs to be closed.
LOW VOLTAGE FAULT – Indicates power has dropped below the operating values and will shutdown.
MAIN DOOR OPENED – Indicates the main door is open when it should be closed.
MODEL ERROR, ENTER CORRECT MODEL – This routine monitors the inputs, such as the sail switch
and gas valve. Steam dryers DO NOT use a sail switch or valve input, and an electric dryer will not use a gas
valve input. These signals allow the controller to interpret what type of dryer it is controlling. The controller
determines what the expected dryer responses should be for that specific heat type dryer. Anytime a model
fault is detected, the controller will interrupt the cycle and will display “MODEL ERROR, ENTER CORRECT
MODEL–” and go into fault mode with a brief audio indication. If the basket (tumbler) temperature is above
100° F (38° C) at the time of the failure, the control will continue to display “MODEL ERROR, ENTER
CORRECT MODEL–” while the dryer cools by running with no heat for 3 minutes or until the temperature
drops below 100° F (38° C). Once the basket (tumbler) temperature is below 100° F (38° C), or the 3 minutes
expire, the control will shut off ALL outputs and will remain in fault mode until the dryer is addressed.
NOTE: If a model error occurs, the microprocessor will always default to the “gas” type for safety
reasons. Also, the dryer will be stopped and forced into a restart condition to reevaluate ALL
the expected responses.
ROTATION SENSOR FAULT – This routine monitors the pulses from the rotational sensor input. It basically
times the dwell between signals. If the time between the pulses exceeds 10-seconds, the controller will trigger
a “Rotation Sensor Fault” condition and will go into fault mode with a brief audio indication. Depending on the
model type, the dryer will run the fan with no heat for 3 minutes or until the temperature drops below 100° F
(38° C) for GAS REVERSING, ELECTRIC REVERSING and STEAM REVERSING models. Once the
basket (tumbler) temperature is below 100° F (38° C), or the 3 minutes expire, the controller will shut off ALL
outputs and remain in fault mode until the dryer is addressed. If the dryer model is a GAS NON-REVERSING,
ELECTRIC NON-REVERSING or STEAM NON-REVERSING model, the controller will immediately shut
off ALL outputs, regardless of the basket (tumbler) temperature, and remain in fault mode until the dryer is
addressed.
SAIL SWITCH CLOSED FAULT – This routine prevents the start-up of the dryer unless the sail switch is in
the open position. If the sail switch is in the closed position prior to starting, the controller will display “PLEASE
WAIT START UP IN PROCESS” and will allow the control 10-seconds for the sail switch to open before
faulting out on a “Sail Switch Closed Fault”. Once the dryer faults out on the “SAIL SWITCH CLOSED
FAULT,” the dryer will not be allowed to start. This routine is also monitored at every start-up, including a
start-up after being in pause mode. If the sail switch is in the closed position prior to starting from a pause mode,
the controller will display “PLEASE WAIT RESTART IN PROCESS” and allow the control 10-seconds for the
sail switch to open before faulting out on a “Sail Switch Closed Fault”. Again, once the dryer faults out on the
SAIL SWITCH CLOSED FAULT”, the dryer will not be allowed to start. Anytime the fault occurs, there will
be an audio indication and start/restart will be prevented.
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SAIL SWITCH OPEN FAULT – If the sail switch does not close within 8-seconds of starting or restarting a
cycle, the controller will display “Sail Switch Open Fault” condition. Or, if the sail switch opens during a cycle,
the controller will immediately shut off the heat output and monitor how long the sail switch is open for. If the sail
switch is open for more than 30-seconds, the controller will display “Sail Switch Open Fault” condition and go
into fault mode with a brief audio indication. If the basket (tumbler) temperature is above 100° F (38° C), the
controller will continue to display “Open Sail Switch Fault” while the dryer cools by running with no heat for 3
minutes or until the temperature drops below 100° F (38° C). Once the basket (tumbler) temperature is below
100° F (38° C), or the 3 minutes expire, the controller will shut off ALL outputs and remain in fault mode until the
dryer is addressed.
S.A.F.E. SYSTEM ACTIVATED – Indicates that the control has detected a fire and is currently extinguishing
the flame.
S.A.F.E. SYSTEM WAS ACTIVATED – Indicates that the control detected a fire and has extinguished the
flame.
B. S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DIAGNOSTIC CONDITIONS
In the event that the Phase 7 non-coin microprocessor controller (computer) detects a fault in the Sensor
Activated Fire Extinguishing (S.A.F.E.) system, the control will display the message “S.A.F.E. SYSTEM
DISABLED … READY”. To find the reason for the S.A.F.E. system disabling, press and hold the red
“STOP/CLEAR”
and green “START/ENTER”
keys. Doing so will cause the control to display one (1)
of the following diagnostic messages.
OPEN THERMISTOR PROBE – This message indicates that the S.A.F.E. system thermistor probe is either
not connected or is damaged. If this condition is detected, the Phase 7 non-coin control will immediately enter
S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED mode.
SHORTED THERMISTOR PROBE – This message indicates that the S.A.F.E. system thermistor probe is
damaged or the wiring is shorted. If this condition is detected, the Phase 7 non-coin control will immediately
enter S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED mode.
DISCONNECTED WATER VALVE – This indicates that the water valve is open or that it is not connected
to the control. If this condition is detected, the Phase 7 non-coin control will continue to monitor the condition for
a period of 5 minutes before entering S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED mode. Once the condition is corrected,
the control will continue to monitor the condition for 1 minute before exiting S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED
mode.
SHORTED WATER VALVE – This indicates the water valve is shorted or the wiring to the valve is shorted.
If this condition is detected, the Phase 7 non-coin control will continue to monitor the condition for a period of 5
minutes before entering S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED mode. Once the condition is corrected, the control will
continue to monitor the condition for 1 minute before exiting S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED mode.
WATER NOT CONNECTED – This indicates that there is no water pressure at the water valve. This will
occur if water is not connected to the dryer or if there is low water pressure in the water line coming to the dryer.
This could also be a defective pressure switch or wiring to the pressure switch. If this condition is detected, the
Phase 7 non-coin control will continue to monitor the condition for a period of 5 minutes before entering S.A.F.E.
SYSTEM DISABLED mode. Once the condition is corrected, the control will continue to monitor the condition
for 1 minute before exiting S.A.F.E. SYSTEM DISABLED mode.
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C. INPUT/OUTPUT (I/O) BOARD LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (L.E.D.)
INDICATORS
1. Inputs
1. ESTOP – (RED L.E.D.) This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the E-STOP. If the E-STOP has been
pressed, then the L.E.D. is ON.
2. GAS_V – (RED L.E.D.) This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the gas valve. If the gas valve is open
(ON), then the L.E.D. is ON.
3. BRHL – (RED L.E.D.)
This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the burner high limit disk. If the disk is
closed (temperature below 330° F [166° C]), then the L.E.D. is ON.
4. SAIL – (RED L.E.D.)
This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the sail switch. If the switch is closed, then
the L.E.D. is ON.
5. EXHL – (RED L.E.D.)
This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the exhaust high limit disk. If the disk is
closed (temperature below 225° F [107° C]), then the L.E.D. is ON.
6. MAIN – (RED L.E.D.) This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the main door. If the door is closed, then
the L.E.D. is ON.
7. LINT – (RED L.E.D.)
This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the lint drawer. If the drawer is closed,
then the L.E.D. is ON.
8. FUSE – (RED L.E.D.)
This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the control voltage. If the POWER ON
button is pressed (green button light is on), then the L.E.D. is ON.
9. H2O – (RED L.E.D.)
This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the water pressure switch on the S.A.F.E.
system water line. If water pressure is present, then the L.E.D. is ON.
2. Outputs
10. FSS – (GREEN L.E.D.)
This L.E.D. will indicate that the S.A.F.E. system output is activated.
11. STEAM – (GREEN L.E.D.)
This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the steam injection output. If the
request to turn on the steam injection is made, then the L.E.D. is ON.
12. _HEAT – (GREEN L.E.D.)
This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the heat output. If the request to turn
on the heater is made, then the L.E.D. is ON.
13. AIR – (GREEN L.E.D.)
This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the air jet output. If the request to
turn on the air jet is made, then the L.E.D. is ON.
14. REV – (GREEN L.E.D.)
This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the basket (tumbler) reverse direction
output. If the request to tumble the drum in the reverse direction is made,
then the L.E.D. is ON.
15. FWD – (GREEN L.E.D.)
This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the basket (tumbler) forward direction
output. If the request to tumble the drum in the forward direction is made,
then the L.E.D. is ON.
16. FAN – (GREEN L.E.D.)
This L.E.D. will indicate the status of the fan output. If the request to turn
on the fan (blower) is made, then the L.E.D. is ON.
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D. KEYBOARD (TOUCH PAD) LAYOUT
1
1. Dot Matrix Display
2. A-F Preprogrammed Cycles
2
3. Stop/Pause Button
4. Start Button
7
5. Increment Button
6. Decrement Button
3
4
5
6
7. One Time Auto (Dryness Level)
and Manual (Timed) Cycle
NOTE: Fuse 1 is for computer power rated at 1/2-amp. If the fuse blows, it is a computer board fault.
Fuse 2 is for 24v control power rated at 5-amps. If fuse blows it is a 24v control fault.
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SECTION XI
CUSTOMER CUSTOM PARAMETER SETTINGS
This section can be used to record/document parameters and settings, personally programmed in your dryer. It
is suggested that any parameter changes or customer cycles be documented here for future reference.
CUSTOMER USE
LANGUAGE:
_________________________
MODEL:
_________________________
SYSTEM TEMP:
_________________________
DRYNESS LEVEL:
_________________________
LINT COUNT:
_________________________
AUDIO ALERT:
_________________________
SCROLL TYPE:
_________________________
SCROLL SPEED:
_________________________
SPIN TIME:
_________________________
DWELL (STOP) TIME:
_________________________
WRINKLE GUARD AUDIO ALERT:
_________________________
STEAM INJECTION: (OPTION)
_________________________
1ST ON TIME:
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
2ND ON TIME:
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
3RD ON TIME
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
4TH ON TIME:
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
5TH ON TIME:
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
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PROGRAMMED CYCLE A-F:
Cycle:
______________________
Cycle Type: AUTO
Reverse Mode:
__________________ (Option)
Dry Temp:
_________________________
Dry Level:
_________________________
Cool Down Time:
_________________________
Cool Down Temp:
_________________________
Controlled Cool Down:
_________________________
Cycle Type: MANUAL
Reverse Mode:
__________________ (Option)
Dry Time:
_________________________
Dry Temp:
_________________________
Cool Down Time:
_________________________
Cool Down Temp:
_________________________
Spin Time:
_________________________
Dwell (Stop) Time:
_________________________
Controlled Cool Down:
_________________________
Steam Injection:
__________________ (Option)
1ST ON TIME:
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
2ND ON TIME:
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
3RD ON TIME
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
4TH ON TIME:
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
5TH ON TIME:
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
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PROGRAMMED CYCLE 0-40:
Cycle:
______________________
Cycle Type: AUTO
Reverse Mode:
__________________ (Option)
Dry Temp:
_________________________
Dry Level:
_________________________
Cool Down Time:
_________________________
Cool Down Temp:
_________________________
Controlled Cool Down:
_________________________
Cycle Type: MANUAL
Reverse Mode:
__________________ (Option)
Dry Time:
_________________________
Dry Temp:
_________________________
Cool Down Time:
_________________________
Cool Down Temp:
_________________________
Spin Time:
_________________________
Dwell (Stop) Time:
_________________________
Controlled Cool Down:
_________________________
Steam Injection:
__________________ (Option)
1ST ON TIME:
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
2ND ON TIME:
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
3RD ON TIME
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
4TH ON TIME:
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
5TH ON TIME:
_________________________
OFF TIME:
_________________________
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