Alliance Laundry Systems | LWS45N* | Operating Instructions for Commercial Heavy Duty Washer

Operating Instructions
Model Numbers LWS45M* and LWS45N*
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July 2007
Operating Instructions
Model Numbers LWS45M* and LWS45N*
WASH / RINSE TEMP
WARM
WARM
HOT
COLD
LOAD SIZE
WARM
COLD
COLD
COLD
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Permanent Press Cycle
Use for permanent press items and synthetics. The
wash time selection will depend upon the type of
fabric and amount of soil.
There are two settings in the PERMANENT PRESS
cycle — Normal and Light. The number shown
next to these settings is the length of agitation in
minutes. (For example: Setting the timer on Normal
will be a nine minute agitation.)
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock, serious injury or death to
persons, read the IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS in the Use and Care
Guide before operating your washer.
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Determine Proper Cycle
Regular Cycle
Use for sturdy items, like play or work clothes,
towels, T-shirts, etc. The wash time selection will
depend on the type of fabric and the amount of soil.
For the best results when cleaning heavily soiled
items, use a longer wash time (15 minutes
maximum). Lightly soiled items require less wash
time.
There are three settings in the REGULAR cycle —
Extra Clean, Normal and Light. The number shown
next to these settings is the length of agitation in
minutes. (For example: Setting the timer on Extra
Clean will be a 15 minute agitation.)
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Delicate Cycle
Wash delicate items usually washed by hand on this
cycle. A full tub of water is recommended (even for
small loads) to allow the delicate items to move
freely through the water. More water helps reduce
fabric wear, wrinkling, and provides for a clean
wash.
There are two settings in the DELICATE cycle —
Normal and Light. The number shown next to these
settings is the length of time in minutes. (For
example: Setting the timer on Normal will be nine
minutes, including short periods of agitation and
long periods of soaking.)
Soak/Prewash
Use for heavily soiled or stained clothing. During
the SOAK setting, the washtub will fill with water,
pause for approximately 12 minutes, and will spin
out to complete the cycle.
During the PREWASH setting, the washtub will fill
with water and agitate for a reduced period of time.
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To Wash Clothes
IMPORTANT: Before using your new washer,
make sure the washer cord is plugged into a
120 Volt electrical outlet that has the proper
grounding and polarity. Make sure the washer
hoses are connected to the hot and cold water
faucets, and that the faucets are turned on. Be
sure the drain hose is not kinked and is inserted
into a drain. See the INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS for details of proper washer
installation.
IMPORTANT: Prior to first wash, use an all
purpose cleaner, or a detergent and water
solution, and a damp cloth to remove shipping
dust from inside of washtub.
1. Get the clothes ready for
washing. Empty pockets
and cuffs. Sort items into
separate loads. Pretreat
stains and heavily soiled
areas.
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CPW160B
CPW160B
IMPORTANT: Holding the
LOAD SIZE (WATER LEVEL) control in the
RESET position can cause flooding of the
washer.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of serious injury, do
not by-pass the loading door switch by
permitting the washer to agitate or spin
with the loading door open.
5. Set WASH/RINSE temperatures.
WARM
WARM
HOT
COLD
WARM
COLD
COLD
COLD
CPW160A
CPW160A
NOTE: Do not use a warm
rinse with permanent press
or other synthetic fabrics.
A warm rinse can cause
wrinkling in some
garments. Cold rinses will
save you money and energy
and will help reduce
wrinkling in permanent
press and synthetics.
3. Add clothes loosely into
the washtub.
CPW160
CPW160C
When using the DELICATE cycle, a WARM
rinse is not available. If the WASH/RINSE
selector is set on WARM/WARM, it will still
give a COLD rinse. This is to assure proper
care of delicate items.
The Energy Saver settings, marked with an
asterisk (*), show which temperature settings
will use the least energy.
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7. Select the cycle according to the type of fabric
being washed. Push the timer knob in and turn
clockwise to the desired cycle and wash time.
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WASH / RINSE TEMP
2. Measure and add
detergent to the
washtub.
6. Set LOAD SIZE
(WATER LEVEL)
control. Use RESET if
agitation has started and
more water is needed.
4. Close the loading
door. The washer will
not agitate or spin with
the loading door open.
8. Pull the timer knob out to start the water fill.
Agitation will begin when the water reaches
the level you selected.
The washer will stop (pause) shortly before
the wash and rinse spins. Do not turn the timer
through these pauses. They are part of the
cycle.
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Timer
Although the washer cycles are automatic, the timer
may be reset to lengthen, shorten or repeat a portion
of a cycle.
To set or reset the timer, push timer knob in to stop
the washer. Hold timer knob in firmly while turning
it clockwise to the setting desired. Pull timer knob
out to start the washer.
Manual Soaking
Set the timer knob in the center of the word
“RINSE” (this prevents the washer from spinning
without first filling with water). Place the soaking
product and clothes load in the washtub. Pull timer
knob to start washer fill. After fill is completed and
agitation has started, push the timer knob in. This
will stop the washer. When the clothes have soaked
the desired length of time, TURN THE TIMER
KNOB TO THE END OF THE RINSE SETTING,
then pull the timer knob out to start the spin.
CAUTION
Failure to turn the timer knob to the
spin cycle and completely draining the
washtub after soaking will result in the
washer overflowing and causing
property damage.
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