Service manual: Tumble Dryers
Type: TD60
Servicemanual
Type: TD60
Contents
Updates...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................3
Introduction..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4
Product overview..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................5
Programme selection, options and making settings TD60.3......................................................................................................................................8
Programme selection TD60.3 ...................................................................................................................................................................................................9
Selecting Options TD60.3 ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 10
Making settings TD60.3............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Programme selection, options and making settings TD60.2................................................................................................................................... 14
Select program and making options TD60.1.................................................................................................................................................................. 15
Service menu TD60.3................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Service menu TD60.2................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 19
Service menu TD60.1................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Fault indications TD60.3.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 21
Fault indications TD60.2.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 22
Fault indications TD60.1.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
Heater 2 activation TD60.3 .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
Heater 2 activation TD60.2 .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
Heater 2 activation TD60.1 .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
Shop programme TD60.3.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
Shop programme TD60.2 and TD60.1.............................................................................................................................................................................. 26
Components and measurement values TD60............................................................................................................................................................... 27
Technical data.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Wiring diagram TD60.3............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
Wiring diagram TD60.2............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Wiring diagram TD60.1............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Rehanging the door....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32
Replacing panel................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 35
Timerdiagram.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
Servicemanual
Type: TD60
This service manual describes tumble dryer type TD60 and is a supplement to the general service
manual for the 600 series.
Servicemanual TD60
Updates
5
Revi- Date
sion
Description
Signature
03
2007-11-27
Updated the ”Show room program” /Shop program with a description for machines manufactured
week 737 and later.
BPA
04
2008-10-16
Updated with TD60.2. TD60.3 added Jeans and Synthetics program
MW
05
2010-04-29
Updated with TD60.1
MAS
Servicemanual TD60
Introduction
You are holding the service manual for TD60 type tumble dryers.
It should be easy to service a tumble dryer. It is important that you, as a service technician, are
given the conditions to be able to carry out work in an efficient and satisfactory way. Our hope is
that this service manual is a useful tool for your daily work.
The type designation can be found on the machine plate located by the door catch on the inside
of the front plate. (see image below)
Asko Appliances AB
SE-534 82 Vara
Sweden
Type designation
Product number
Year
6
Week
Serial number
Servicemanual TD60
Product overview
TD60.3
LCD 1
S1
LCD 3
LCD 2
S3
S2
J1
Positions:
8, where one consists of the menu for settings (Position 7)
Options:
5
Settings:
4
TD60.3 (Integrated)
S4
LCD 2
LCD 1
S1
S3
LCD 3
S2
S5
Positions:
8, where one consists of the menu for settings (Position 7)
Options:
5
Settings:
4
TD60.2
TD60.2
J1
7
LCD
Positions:
6
Options:
4
Settings:
1
S2
S3 S4
S5
S6
S7
S8
S9
Servicemanual TD60
TD60.1, Panel type 1
Auto Dry
Auto Extra Dry
Timed Dry
Auto Normal
Auto Iron Dry
Air Fluff program
T 7 5 3 C
Program:
6
Options:
4
Settings:
1
B U T T E R F L Y
D R Y I N G
TD60.1, Panel type 2
Auto Dry
Auto Extra Dry
Auto Normal Dry
Auto Iron Dry
T 7 4 3 C
8
Program:
4
Options:
2
Settings:
1
B U T T E R F L Y
D R Y I N G
Servicemanual TD60
Programme table TD60
Programmes
Material
Temperature
Max.
load
(kg)
Energy consumption (kWh)
Programme time
800
rpm
1600
rpm
800
rpm
1600
rpm
Extra dry
Cotton, linen
Normal
7
5.4
4.2
160
130
Dry
Cotton, linen
Normal
7
4.6
3.6
140
110
Normal dry*
Cotton, linen
Normal
7
4,3
3,3
130
100
Iron dry
Cotton, linen
Normal
7
3.5
2.6
105
80
Jeans
Jeans, clothing with
thick seams
Normal
-
-
-
-
-
Synthetic
Permanent press,
polyester/cotton
Low
-
-
-
-
-
Timed dry
All types
Low
-
-
-
-
-
Air fluff programme
All types
Low
-
-
-
-
-
* This programme has been tested in accordance with EN 611 21/95/13/EEC.
Here we present a few examples of the energy and time consumption of a few different programme settings. Consumption can vary according to room temperature, humidity, load, variations in the power supply
and selected options.
The following apply for the specified consumption values:
Temperature of intake air: 23°C
Moisture content of intake air: 55%
Drying temperature: Normal or low
Heater output: 3000 W
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Servicemanual TD60
Programme selection, options and making settings TD60.3
Program 1
Program 2
Program 3
Program 4
Program 5
Program 6
Program 7
Program selector
2
2
1
3
Start Stop
1. Press the program selector button to
navigate between the different menus (e.g. to
go from temperature menu to Anti Crease
menu).
2. Turn the program selector button to make
a selection in the menus (e.g. select normal
temp.). Confirm the selection and go to the
next menu by pressing the program selector
button.
3. Press Start to start. Hold Stop in for 3 seconds to exit the current program.
Program selector for integrated machines
2
1
3
2
Start Stop
10
1. Press the program selector button to navigate between the different menus (e.g. to go
from temperature menu to Anti crease menu).
2. Press the small arrows to make a selection in
the menus (e.g. select normal temp.). Confirm
the selection and go to the next menu by pressing the program selector button.
3. Press Start to start. Hold Stop in for 3 seconds to exit the current program.
Servicemanual TD60
Programme selection TD60.3
The programs are displayed in the order they occur in LCD1. All display text language versions are
displayed.
Press/
turn
Pos.
LCD 1
Comments/instructions
Turn on the main power supply
Extra Dry, Heavy, Auto extra dry, Auto extratorrt, Ekstra tørt, Auto ekstra tørt, Erittäin kuiva,
Séchage intensif, Extra droog, Perfett. asc. autom.,
Secado pesado auto, Экстpa сyшкa, Extratrocken
This programme is for items that are particularly difficult to dry,
e.g. jeans with very thick seams.
Dry, Normal, Auto dry, Auto skåptorrt, Skabstørt,
Auto tørt, Kaappikuiva, Séchage armoire, Kastdroog, Asc. da riporre autom., Sec. para armario
auto, Hopмaльнaя сyшкa, Schranktrocken
This programme shut off the heat once the load is dry but before
it is ”bone-dry”. The program on position 2 shuts off the heat
slightly later than the program on position 3. Use trial and error
to find out what works best. Use these programs when you want
items to be completely dry.
3
Normal Dry, Delicate, Auto normal dry, Auto
normaltorrt, Normalt tørt, Auto nesten tørt,
Normaalikuiva, Séchage normal, Normaal droog,
Asciutto norm. autom., Secado liviano auto,
Дeликaтнaя сyшкa, Normaltrocken
This programme shut off the heat once the load is dry but before
it is ”bone-dry”. The program on position 3 shuts off the heat
slightly later than the program on position 4. Use trial and error
to find out what works best. Use these programs when you want
items to be completely dry.
4
Iron Dry, Iron Dry, Auto Iron dry, Auto stryktorrt,
Strygetørt, Auto stryketørt, Silityskuiva, Repassage, Strijkdroog, Asc. da stirare autom., Sec. para
plancha auto, Сyшкa ”пoд yтюг”, Bügeltrocken
This programme shuts off the heat once the load is just damp
enough for ironing or pressing.
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Jeans, Jeans, Jeans, Denim, Jeans, Farkut, Jeans,
Jeans, Jeans, Vaqueros, Джинсы, Jeans
Special designed programme for jeans and rough cotton with thick
seams. Normal temperature which not can be changed
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Synthetic, Synthetics, Syntet, Syntetisk, Syntet, Synteettiset, Synthétique, Synthetik, Sintetici, Sintético,
Синтетика, Synthetica
Special designed programme for delicate material. Low temperature which not can be changed
Timed Dry, Timed Dry , Timed dry , Tidsprogram, Tidsprogram, Tidsprogram, Aikaohjelma,
Programme minute, Tijdprogramma, Progr. del
tempo , Prog. de secado, Сyшкa пo вpeмeни,
Zeitprogramm
The programme length you choose depends on what you intend
to do with the items after drying them. Use trial and error to find
out what works best. When you use Timed dry to tumble-dry a
load of mixed fabrics, some of the garments may remain damp.
Tumble-dry any damp garments for a further 30 minutes or so
using the Timed dry program
1
2
7
When using the Timed dry program, garments can become
“over-dry” if you have selected too long a drying time. This can
cause the items to shrink or crease and become rough. Synthetic
materials can also become charged with static electricity.
Set the number of minutes incrementally. The selected time is
shown on the display. Try out different drying times.
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Air Fluff, Air Fluff , Revitalise, Luftningsprogram, Koldluftprogram, Kald luft, Tuuletus,
Ventilation, Ventileren, Arieggiamento, Aireado,
Пpoвeтpивaниe, Lüften
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Settings, Settings, Settings, Inställningar, Indstillinger, Instillinger, Asetukset, Réglage, Instellingen,
Impostazioni, Ajustes, Haстpoйки, Einstellungen
Use the Revitalise programme when you just want to refresh, air
or soften up items Set the number of minutes incrementally. The
selected time is shown on the display. Try out different drying
times.
Exits the programme menu and advances to options or the menu
for Settings.
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Servicemanual TD60
Selecting Options TD60.3
The options are displayed in the order they occur in LCD2 and LCD3. All display text language
versions are displayed.
Press/
turn
LCD 2
LCD 3
Comments/instructions
Temperature Normal, Temperature normal, Temperatur normal,
Temperatur normal, Temperatur
normal, Lämpötila normaali, Temp.
normal, Normale temperatuur, Temp.
normale, Temperatura normal, Hopм.
тeмпepaтypa, Temp. normal
Two possible choises of temperature. Not avaliable for program at programme 6 (”Air Fluff”)
Temperature Low, Energy Save, Temperatur låg, Temperatur lav, Temperatur lav, Lämpötila matala, Temp. faible,
Lage temperatuur, Temp. bassa, Baja
temperatura, Hизкaя тeмпepaтypa,
Temp. niedrig
Anti Wrinkle On, Anti crease On,
Skrynkelfritt På , Anti-krøl Til ,
Antikrøll På, Rypistymisen esto
Päällä, Antifroissage On, Anti-kreuk
Aan, Antisgualcit. On, Antiarrugas
encendido , Пpoтив сминaния Bкл..,
Knitterschutz An
Anti Wrinkle Off, Anti crease Off,
Skrynkelfritt Av, Anti-krøl Fra , Antikrøll Av , Rypistymisen esto Poissa,
Antifroissage Off, Anti-kreuk Uit,
Antisgualcit. Off, Antiarrugas apagado,
Пpoтив сминaния Bыкл., Knitterschutz Aus
Time saver, Tidsbesparing, Ekspres
tørring, Reduser programtid, Express,
Rapide, Tijdbesparing, Turbo Tiempo,
Уcкopeннaя, Express
Time saver off, Tidsbesparing av, Ekspres tørring fra, Reduser programtid
av, Express poissa, Rapide off, Tijdbesparing uit, Turbo off, Tiempo apagado,
Уcкopeннaя Bыкл., Express aus
Start, Start, Start, Start, Start, Start, Start,
Démarrer, Start, Avvio, Inicio, Стaрт, Start
This is a useful feature if you cannot take the washing out as soon as the
tumble dryer has finished.
The function prevents the clothes from remaining in the same position and becoming creased. The drum will rotate for three seconds per
minute for two hours once the drying program has finished
Not avaliable for programme at position 6 (”Air Fluff”)
The programme is shortened by about 12 minutes.
The option cannot be selected for the Air fluff program.
The option cannot be selected for the Air fluff program.
Delayed start (when setting: ”No Real time”)
The start of the selected programme can be delayed for up to 24 hours
(in half an hour intervals). The delay and program time is shown in the
display.
(Option for all programmes except Timed
dry)
Delayed start (when setting: ”24 Hour Clock ” or ”12 Hour Clock”)
The start of the selected programme can be delayed for up to 24 hours
(in half an hour intervals). Start and end times are shown in the display.
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Servicemanual TD60
Selecting Options TD60.3
Start - Done, Start-End, Start-Done,
Start-Klar, Start-Færdig, Start-Ferdig,
Start-Valmis, Démarrer-Fin, Start-Fertig,
Avvio-Fine, Inicio-Fin, Стaрт-Кoнeц, StartGereed
Time program (when setting: ”No Real time”)
Desired programme time can be set. Selections up to 3 hours in units
of 15 minutes can be made. The selected program time is shown in the
display.
3:00
(Option only for Timed dry)
Time program (when setting: ”24 Hour Clock ” or ”12 Hour Clock””)
Desired programme time can be set. Selections up to 3 hours in units of
15 minutes can be made. Start and end times are shown in the display.
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Servicemanual TD60
Making settings TD60.3
The setting options below are shown in the order they occur in LCD2 (Position 7 under the program menu is, however, shown in LCD1). All display text language versions are displayed.
Press/
turn
LCD 2
Press/
turn
LCD3
Settings, Settings, Settings,
Inställningar, Indstillinger,
Innstillinger, Asetukset, Réglage,
Einstellungen, Impostazioni,
Ajustes, Haстрoйки, Instellingen
Comments/instructions
In the programme menu: Scroll to
program 9 (Settings)
You will now enter the Settings menu.
1 Clock/Auto Start, 1 Clock, 1
Klocka, 1 Ur, 1 Klokke, 1 Kello, 1
Horloge, 1 Klok, 1 Orologio, 1
Reloj, Чaсы, 1 Uhr
24hr Realtime, 24 Hour Clock, 24hr
Realtime, 24 timmarsvisning, 24 timers ur,
24t realtid, 24 h aika, Horloge 24 h, 24 Std.
Echtzeit, 24h Tempo reale, Reloj 24 horas,
Фoрмaт врeмeни 24-ч., 24 uur weergave
Three O’clock is displayed as
”15.00”. Press S1 to access a submenu where you can set the correct current time. Press S1 again
to store and exit the sub-menu.
12hr Realtime, 12 Hour Clock, 12hr
Realtime, 12 timmarsvisning, 12 timers ur,
12t realtid, 12 h aika, Horloge 12 h, 12 Std.
Echtzeit, 12h Tempo reale, Reloj 12 horas,
Фoрмaт врeмeни 12-ч., 12 uur weergave
Three O’clock is displayed as
”03.00”. Press S1 to access a submenu where you can set the correct current time. Press S1 again
to store and exit the sub-menu.
No Real time, No Real Time, No Real time,
Ej realtid, Intet ur, Ingen realtid, Ei aikaa,
Pas d’horloge, Keine Echtzeit, No tempo
reale, Sin hora real, Время не установлено,
Geen tijdsweergave
No Real Time. Press S1 to return
to program menu.
Saves the setting and returns to the program menu.
2 Buzzer Volume, 2 Audible
Volume, 2 Ljudsignal, 2 Lydsignal,
2 Lydsignal, 2 Hälytysääni,
2 Volume buzzer, 2 Volume
eindsignaal, 2 Volume allarme,
2 Volumen timbre, Гpoмкoсть
сигнaлa, 2 Tonsignal
Off, Off, Off, Av, Fra, Av, Poissa, Off, Aus,
Off, apagado, Bыкл., Uit
No buzzer
Low, Low, Low, Låg, Lav, Lav, Matala, Faible,
Niedrig, Bassa, Bajo, Hизкaя, Laag
Buzzer that indicates the end of a
program or error.
Normal, Normal, Normal, Normal, Normal,
Normal, Normaali, Normal, Normal, Normale, Normal, Hoрмaльнaя, Normaal
Buzzer that indicates the end of a
program or error.
High, High, High, Hög, Høj, Høy, Korkea,
Elevé, Hoch, Alta, Alto, вoд, Hoog
Buzzer that indicates the end of a
program or error.
Saves the setting and returns to the program menu.
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Servicemanual TD60
Making settings TD60.3
Press/
turn
LCD 2
3 Language, 3 Language, 3 Språk,
3 Sprog, 3 Språk, 3 Kieli, 3 Langue, 3 Taal, 3 Lingua, 3 Idioma,
Язык, 3 Sprache
Press/
turn
LCD3
Comments/instructions
US English
AU English (default)
Svenska
Dansk
Norsk
Suomi
Francais
Nederlands
Italiano
Espanol
Pyсский
Deutsch
Saves the setting and returns to the program menu.
4 Child-safe, 4 Child-safe, 4
Barnsäker, 4 Børnesikker, 4 Barnesikring, 4 Lapsilukko, 4 Sécurité enfant, 4 Kindveilige, 4 Avvio
sicurezza, 4 Int. de seguridad, 4
Блoкиpoвкa, 4 Kindersicherung
On, On, On, På, Til, På, Päällä, On, An, On,
encendido, Bкл., Aan
If S1, S2, S3 or J1 are pressed or
turned, Start S2 + S1 must be
pressed to temporarily deactivate
the child-safe start (is deactivated
for 3 minutes after).
Off, Off, Off, Av, Fra, Av, Poissa, Off, Aus,
Off, apagado, Bыкл., Uit
Setting deactivated.
Saves the setting and returns to the program menu.
5 Return, 5 Return, 5 Return, 5
Tillbaka, 5 Tilbage, 5 Tilbake, 5
Takaisin, 5 Retour, 5 Zurück,
5 Uscire, 5 Salir, 5 Haзaд, 5
Terug
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Return to the program menu
Servicemanual TD60
Programme selection, options and making settings TD60.2
Program 1
Program 2
Program 3
Program 4
T 7 8 3
Program 5
Program 6
Press
Options
Comments/instructions
Temperature
• Normal / low temperature
Two possible choises of temperature.
The programme is shortened by about 12 minutes.
Time saver
• The drum will rotate for three seconds per
minute for two hours once the drying program has
finished
Anti-crease
• The start of the selected program can be delayed
for up to 24 hours
Delayed Start
Buzzer that indicates the end of a program or error.
Settings
Audible Volume, Buzzer
Comments/instructions
Language
• Turn off the machine using the main power switch.
• Press Main power switch and Start/Stop button
• Turn the program selector and choose language.
• Press Start/Stop button to store.
• Turn off the machine using the main power switch.
• Press + button and Temperature button
• Turn the program selector and choose on or off.
• Press Start/Stop button to store.
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Child-safe
B U T T E R F L Y
D R Y I N G
Servicemanual TD60
Selecting programme and making options TD60.1
Auto Dry
Auto Extra Dry
Timed Dry
Auto Normal
Auto Iron Dry
Air Fluff program
T 7 5 3 C
B U T T E R F L Y
D R Y I N G
Turn the program selector to select a program. See the program table below.
Program
Program description and type of fabrics
1. Auto Extra dry
Program for fabrics that are especially difficult to dry.
2. Auto Dry
These programs end automatically when the load is dry. The Auto Dry programme gives slightly drier laundry
than Auto Normal dry.
3. Auto Normal dry
4. Auto Iron dry
This programs ends when the load is just damp enough for ironing or mangling.
5. Timed dry 1)
Select the program length according to what you intend to do with the items after drying them.
6. Air fluff programme 1)
For items that simply need to be freshened up, aired or softened.
1 Only machines with panel type 1
Press the option buttons to select options. See the options table below.
Press
2h
Options
Comments/instructions
• Temperature low
You can select low temperature with all program except Air fluff.
• Time saver 1)
The program is shortened by about twelve minutes. Time saver can be selected with all
programmes except Air fluff.
• Anti-crease
If you are not able to remove the load immediately you can select the Anti-crease option.
The drum rotates for three seconds per minute for two hours once tumble drying has
finished. This prevents the fabrics from lying still and becoming creased.
• Delayed start 1)
Choose the number of hours that you want to delay the start by. You can delay the start
by between 1 and 24 hours. The option cannot be used with the Timed dry and Air fluff
programmes.
First select which programme you want to use.
Press the + button below the symbol
in the display to select Delayed start.
Delay the start by 1-24 hours by pressing the -/+ buttons.
Finish by pressing the Start/Stop button. The machine counts down 1 hour at a time and
starts after the selected delay.
1 Only machines with panel type 1
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Servicemanual TD60
Service menu TD60.3
This is how to enter the service menu
If the machine is on: First turn off the power at the main power switch. Press and hold the Program Selector while
turning on the main power switch.
+
Press the program selector button 3 times within 5 seconds. You are now in the service menu. See instructions
below for navigating the service menu.
x3
Program selector
2
2
1
1. Press the program selector button to scroll between the various service menus.
2. Turn the program selector button to make a selection between the menus. Confirm the selection and go to the
next menu by pressing the program selector button (1).
3. Press the Start/Stop button to confirm the settings and exit the service menu.
3
Start Stop
Program selector (integrated machines)
1. Press the program selector button to scroll between the various options.
2
1
2
3
Start Stop
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2. Press the small arrows to make a selection between the options. Confirm the selection and go to the next option
by pressing the program selector button (1).
3. Press the Start/Stop button to confirm the settings and exit the service menu.
Servicemanual TD60
Service menu TD60.3
The options below are displayed in the order they occur in LCD 2. All display text language versions are displayed.
Press/
turn
LCD 2
Comments/instructions
DataSerialNo, Data Ser Num, DataSerialNo, DataSerialNo, Serienummer,
Serienummer, Dataversio Nro, N° de
série, Seriennummer, Num. di serie, N°
de serie, Сeрийный нoмeр , Serienummer
Date for programming the software (Year_Week)
CU date code, CU Date Code, CU
date code, CU datum kod, CU dato
kode, Styrekort prod dato, CU pvm
koodi, Code date CU, CU Datumscode, Codice data CU, Código fecha
CU, Кoд дaты БУ, CU datacode
Control unit’s date of manufacture (Year_Week)
Software, Software, Software, Mjukvara, Software, Software ver., Ohjelmisto,
Logiciel, Software, Software, Software,
Beрсия пpoг., Software
Software version number.
No. of cycles, Number of Cycles, No.
of cycles, Antal cykler , Antal cyklusser,
Antall bruk, Syklien lkm, Nb. de cycles,
Anzahl der Zyklen, Numero cicli, N° de
ciclos, Кoл-вo циклoв, Aantal cycli
Number of cycles/programs run
Press Start Stop to exit the service menu.
”Error_Number of cycles”
”Error_Number of cycles”
”Error_Number of cycles”
Last three errors and number of cycles (when the error occurred) shown. Total reset
deletes the error indications from the system. If the same error recurs at different
times, this is shown, but only once in the list.
Press Start Stop to exit the service menu.
Testing, Test, Test, Tester, Test, Testaus,
Essai, Test, Test, Test, Teстиpoвaниe,
Testen
Testing Motor, Test motor, Motortest,
Tester motor, Test av motor, Moottoritesti, Essai moteur, Test motor, Test
motore, Test motor, Teст мoтopa,
Motor testen
Normal action: The motor will run continuously.
Testing Heater 1, Test heater 1, Elementtest 1, Tester varmelegeme 1, Test
av element 1, Vastustesti 1, Essai él.
chauf 1, Test verw. element 1, Test el.
risc. 1, Test elem calef 1, Teст TЭHa 1,
Heizungstest 1
Motor runs continuously. Heater 1 runs regulated on and off by CU regarding to
measured thermistor values. Total consumption is app. 9A in this mode. If value differs,
do the following:
1. Detach the panel
2. Disconnect electrical connections at the CU.
3. Measure DC Ω for heaters and related wires. For values and measure points, see
chapter ”Components and measurement values” and ”Wiring diagram”.
IF THE VALUES ARE INCORRECT:
Check the electrical function for connections and heater. Change parts if needed.
IF THE VALUES ARE CORRECT:
a) Start the component test (”Test heater 1”)
b) Measure AC voltage directly on the CU (see wiring diagram for measuring points).
Voltage should be the same as power supply net.
c) If values are out of range: Replace the CU.
LCD shows ”_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ : XX°C YY°C ZZ °C”.
XX = temperature values for thermistor 1
YY = temperature values for thermistor 2
ZZ = temperature values for thermistor 3
>100°C (XX) = short-circuit in thermistor 1 (heating element does not start)
10°C (XX) = thermistor 1 faulty (heating element heats but is only regulated by the
overheating protection).
>100°C (YY) = short-circuit in thermistor 2 (heating element does not start)
10°C? ± 2°C (YY) = thermistor 2 faulty (functions as vented dryer).
150°C (ZZ) = thermistor 3 short-circuited
25°C (ZZ) = thermistor 3 faulty
CONTINUE ON NEXT PAGE
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Servicemanual TD60
Service menu TD60.3
To verify indication on faulty thermistor, do the following:
1. Detach the panel
2. Disconnect electrical connections at the CU.
3. Measure DC Ω for thermistor and related wires. For values and measure points, see
chapter ”Components and measurement values” and ”Wiring diagram”.
IF THE VALUES ARE INCORRECT:
Check the electrical function for connections and thermistor. Change parts if needed.
IF THE VALUES ARE CORRECT:
a) Start the component test (”Test heater X”)
b) Measure AC voltage directly on the CU (see wiring diagram for measuring points).
Voltage should be 5VDc.
c) If values are out of range: Replace the CU.
Thermistor 2 has no affect in the component test.
Testing Heater 2, Test heater 2,
Elementtest 2, Tester varmelegeme 2,
Test av element 2, Vastustesti 2, Essai
él. chauf 2, Test verw. element 2, Test
el. risc. 2, Test elem calef 2,Teст TЭHa
2, Heizungstest 2
Motor runs continuously. Heater 2 runs regulated on and off by CU regarding to measured thermistor values. Total consumption is app. 2A in this mode. If value differs,
follow the instructions for ”Testing heater 1”
Testing Drain, Test drain, Tömningstest,
Tester udpumpning, Test av tømming,
Tyhjennystesti, Essai essorage, Test
afvoerpomp, Test scarico, Test drenaje,
Teст сливa, Abflusstest
Drain pump runs. If no action:
1. Detach the panel
2. Disconnect electrical connections at the CU.
3. Measure DC Ω for drain pump and related wires. For values and measure points,
see chapter ”Components and measurement values” and ”Wiring diagram”.
IF THE VALUES ARE INCORRECT:
Check the electrical function for connections and drain pump. Change parts if needed.
IF THE VALUES ARE CORRECT:
a) Start the component test (”Testing drain”)
b) Measure AC voltage directly on the CU (see wiring diagram for measuring points).
Voltage should be the same as power supply net.
c) If values are out of range: Replace the CU.
d) If the values are correct: Check drain pump for mechanical disturbance. Change
pump if necessary.
Testing Buzzer, Test buzzer, Signaltest,
Tester lydsignal, Test av lydsignal, Äänimerkkitesti, Test signal sonore, Test
eindsignaal, Test allarme, Test timbre,
Teст звyк.сигнaлa, Summertest
Buzzer is on continuously.
Press Start Stop to exit the service menu.
0
+3
+2
+1
Adjust LCD contrast (0 = default)
-1
-2
-3
Press Start Stop to exit the service menu.
0
+5
+10
+15
+20
Press Start Stop to exit the service menu.
Reset
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Adjustment of drying time
Dry level:
0 (no extension, default level), +5 (5 minutes extension), +10 (10 minutes extension),
+15 (15 minutes extension), +20 (20 minutes extension).
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Service menu TD60.2
J1
LCD
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6 S7
S8
S9
Switch off, and then on main power.
S3
• Pressing S3 when power on followed by 3 pushes on S6 within 5 sec enters the service menu.
NOTE!
Make all selections. Pressing S8 stores all selections made in service menu and leaves Service mode.
Turn
J1
Tracking data reed out
SP: (Software programming date: year week
CM: (Control unit manufacturing date: year week
SV: (Software version)
NC: Number of cycles
Press S9 next step is accessed.
Failure reed out
LCD will display last fault and cycle no: ex “Max time, 451”. Rotating J1 will display 2nd and 3rd last deviating fault,
Failure record is cleared by total reset
Press S9 next step is accessed.
Diagnostics
Separate test of auxiliary components.
Rotating J1 each component will be turned on (with a 1 sec delay) and inputs detected in sequence:
“Testing” (no component),
“Testing motor” (motor on),
“Testing heater 1” (motor and heater 1 on max 70°),
“Testing heater 2” (motor and heater 2 on max 70°),
“Testing drain” (drain pump on - condense only),
“Testing buzzer” (buzzer on),
Press S9 next step is accessed.
Dryness adjustment
Turn J1
Dry level: 0 (default, no extension)
Dry level: 5 (5 minutes extension)
Dry level: 10 (10 minutes extension)
Dry level: 15 (15 minutes extension)
Dry level:20 (20 minutes extension)
Pressing S9 the first step is accessed or S8 to store and leave Service mode l
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Service menu TD60.1
Auto Dry
Auto Extra Dry
Timed Dry
Auto Normal
Auto Iron Dry
Air Fluff program
T 7 5 3 C
J1
S7
Start +
Press and hold Start (S10) and switch on the machine.
Start × 5
Press Start (S10) 5 times within 5 seconds to enter the service menu.
S10
Diagnostics
Separate component tests
Turn the programme selector (J1), each component is turned on with a 1-second delay:
”Testing”: no component being tested
”Testing motor": motor on
”Testing element 1”: motor and heating element 1 on max 70°
”Testing element 2”: motor and heating element 2 on max 70°
”Testing pump": drainage pump on - only condenser
Press Time saver (S7) to stop the test and continue.
Extended drying time
Turn the programme selector (J1)
Drying level L0: (default, no extension)
Drying level L5: (5-minute extension)
Drying level L10: (10-minute extension)
Drying level L15: (15-minute extension)
Drying level L20: (20-minute extension)
Press Time saver (S7) to save and return to the first step (diagnostics)
or
Press Start (S10) to save and exit the service menu.
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B U T T E R F L Y
D R Y I N G
Servicemanual TD60
Fault indications TD60.3
The below faults are indicated in plaintext in LCD 2. The table shows the indication in all
languages and language variations.
LCD 2
Cause
Action
Overflow, Over Flow, Överfyllnad,
Overfyldning, Overfylling, Ylitulviminen,
Trop-plein, Reservoir legen, Traboccamento, Desbordamiento, Пeрeлив
вoды, Überfüllt
A micro switch, opening, for
detection of full, condensing water
container. Detection shall start 30
sec after a program is started. If
the micro switch is opened > 30
sec the program cycle should be
stopped and cleared.
Check if the customer has:
• Emptied the tank and restarted the machine
Service action:
• Clean hoses and check voltage and resistance in the drain
pump.
•
Check that the float has not got “stuck” and check
the function of the micro-switch.
Max Program Time, Max program
time , Maximal programtid, Maksimal
programtid, Maks programtid, Max
ohjelma-aika, Durée maxi prog., Tijd
overschreden, Tempo max. progr.,
Duración máx prog, Пpeвышeниe
вpeмeни,, Max. Programmzeit
The cycle time exceeds 200
minutes. The cycle interupts and
the program is cleared.
Check if the customer has:
• Tried spinning at a higher speed
• Has the machine switched off for 30 minutes before
restarting
• Good ventilation in the room
Service action:
• Ensure that the external air has free passage.
Thermistor fault, Thermistor Fault,
Thermistor fault, Termistorfel, Termostat fejl, Termistor, Termistorivika,
Défaut , Termistorfehler, Termistore ,
Fallo , Teрмистoр, Temp. sensor fout
1) The circuit for the thermistor
is open.
2) The thermistor is faulty
Service action:
Check the thermistors function. If needed, replace it.
Clean condenser, Rengör kondensor,
Rens kon.sator, Rens kon.sator, Puhdista
lauhdutin, Nettoyage condenseur,
Reinigen kondensor, Pulizia condensatore, Limpiar condensador, Oчистить
кoндeнсaтoр, Kondenser reinigen
1) Indicated for each 100 cycle.
2) Indicated if the machine has indicated ”Clean lint filter” 2 times.
Check if the customer has:
• Cleaned the condensor and filter
• Cleaned other air ducts
Clean Lint Filter, Clean Lint Filter,
Rengör filtret, Rengør fnugfilter, Rens
filter, Puhdista sihti, Nettoyage filtre,
Reinig filter, Pulizia filtro, Limpie el filtro,
Oчистить фильтp, Sieb reinigen
Indicated when air circulation and
temperature are incorrect
Check if the customer has:
• Cleaned the filter
High ambient temperature combined with low element output and
low drying temperature leads to
condensation formation.
Poor condensation due to blocked
external air
After carrying out corrective actions as above, reset the fault indications by switching off the machine using the main
power switch.
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Fault indications TD60.2
Error messages
Cause
Action
Over flow
• A micro switch, opening,for
detection of full, condensing water
container. Detection shall
start 30 sec after a program is
started. If the micro switch is
opened > 30 sec the program
cycle should be stopped and
cleared.
• Check if the customer has Emptied the tank and restarted the machine
• Clean hoses and check voltage and resistance in the drain pump.
• Check that the float has not got “stuck” and check the function of the
micro-switch.
Max program
time
• The cycle time exceeds 200
minutes. The cycle interupts and
the program is cleared.
• High ambient temperature
combined with low element
output and low drying
temperature leads to
condensation formation.
• Poor condensation due to
blocked external air
Check if the customer has:
• Tried spinning at a higher speed.
• Has the machine switched off for 30 minutes before restarting
• Good ventilation in the room
• Ensure that the external air has free passage.
Clean lint filter
• Indicated when air circulation and
temperature are inccorect.
Clean condensor
•Indicated for each 100 cycle
• Indicated if the machine has indicated ”Clean lint filter” 2 times.
• Clean the condensor and filter
• Clean other air ducts
Thermistor fault
• The circuit for the thermistor
is open.
• The thermistor is faulty
• Check the thermistors function. If needed, replace it.
Press stop button to exit fault indications
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Fault indications TD60.1
Error messages panel type 1
Indication
Cause
Action
F1 flashes on the
display
• The condensation water tank is
full.
Empty the container and restart the machine.
F2 flashes on the
display
• Maximum permitted programme
time reached.
Empty the condensed water container and check that neither the fluff filter
nor the condenser are clogged.
Overly long drying times may also be due to the tumble dryer being located in
a confined area or room that is too small, causing the air to become too hot.
Make sure that the tumble dryer has access to more cold air, e.g. by opening
doors and/or windows.
Error messages panel type 2
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Indication
Cause
Action
The light to the
left of the start
button flashes
• The condensation water tank is
full.
Empty the container and restart the machine.
The light above
the start button
flashes
• Maximum permitted programme
time reached.
Empty the condensed water container and check that neither the fluff filter
nor the condenser are clogged.
Overly long drying times may also be due to the tumble dryer being located in
a confined area or room that is too small, causing the air to become too hot.
Make sure that the tumble dryer has access to more cold air, e.g. by opening
doors and/or windows.
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Other faults TD60
Fault symptom
Cause
Action
The machine will
not start
The outer door is not properly closed.
• Check that the door pin is activating the door
switch.
The machine is not supplied with power.
• Check the fuses and connections.
The machine stops
The automatic overheating protection has tripped.
Check if the customer has:
• Opened the door and cleaned the filter and condenser unit
• Left the door open long enough for the overheating
protection to be reset
and the display and LEDs to light up
• Attempted to restart the program
Service action:
• Clean internal fan wheel, condenser, air ducts and
element.
• Check the seals.
The overheat protection in the motor has been
tripped.
• Clean and check the motor.
• If necessary, replace the motor.
Defective control unit
• Replace control unit.
Air leakage at the door seals is affecting the drying
results.
• Check the sealing strips.
Air leakage around the motor shaft affects the drying
result.
• Check the seal around the motor shaft.
Defective rear thermistor
• Replace the thermistor.
Defective control unit
• Replace control unit.
Mixing of various types of items can lead to uneven
drying results.
Customer information:
• Check that different types of items are not mixed
in the same machine. Remove the dry items.
How full the machine is affects the drying results.
Customer information:
• Check that the machine is not overfilled. Remove
some of the washing if necessary.
The lint filter is blocked.
Customer information:
• Cleaning the lint filter.
The condenser unit is blocked.
Customer information:
• Clean the condenser.
The washing machine’s spinning affects drying.
Customer information:
• Spin at a minimum of 800 rpm.
The machine is in a room with poor ventilation.
Customer information:
• Open doors to adjacent rooms.
The evacuation hose is too long, blocked or bent.
Customer information:
• Try to make the hose length as short as possible
with as gentle bends as possible.
The washing does
not get dry
The washing does
not get dry.
Tumble-drying
takes too long.
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Total reset TD60.3
By pressing STOP (S3) + MAIN POWER SWITCH when power on the machine shall total reset.
All settings is returned to default values).
Heater 2 activation TD60.3
Heater 2 can be programd active or inactive.
Do the following:
1. Press STOP (S3) + MAIN POWER SWITCH
2. Press STOP (S3) five times (within 10 sec.)
3. Turn the Program selector (J1), choose ”Heater 2 On” or ”Heater 2 Off”.
Press the Program selector (S1) to store the settings.
Total reset TD60.2
By pressing STOP (S9) + MAIN POWER SWITCH when power on the machine shall total reset.
All settings is returned to default values)
Heater 2 activation TD60.2
Heating element 2 can be activated/deactivated by programming the machine.
• Turn off the machine using the main power switch.
• Press and hold -/+ button and the button for temperature and turn on the main power switch
• Turn the Program selector, choose ”Heater 2 On” or ”Heater 2 Off
• Press the start button to store the settings
Total reset TD60.1
A total reset is achieved by pressing the stop button when the machine is on. All settings are
restored to their default values.
Activating heating element 2 TD60.1
Heating element 2 can be activated/deactivated by programming the machine.
• Turn off the machine using the main power switch.
• Press and hold the Anti-crease button and turn on the main power switch. This opens the menu
for activating/deactivating heating element 2.
• Press the Time save button to activate/deactivate the heating element. When the heating element is deactivated, the lights for Normal dry and Iron dry flash in sync. When the heating element is activated, the lights for Normal dry, Iron dry and temperature flash in sync.
• Press the Stop button to save and exit the menu for activating/deactivating heating element 2.
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Shop programme TD60.3
1. Activating the Shop programme (for machines manufactured up to week 736)
Start Stop
+
If the machine is on: First turn off the power at the main power switch.
Then press and hold the Start button while turning on the main power switch. At this point no settings
can be made. The centre display will activate after 3 minutes. Settings can now be made, but the machine
cannot be started.
2. Stopping the Shop programme (for machines manufactured up to week 736)
Start Stop
+
First turn off the power at the main power switch.
Then press and hold the Start button while turning on the main power switch. The Shop program is now
stopped.
1. Activating the Shop programme (for machines manufactured from week 737 on)
Start Stop
+
If the machine is on: First turn off the power at the main power switch.
Then press and hold the Start button while turning on the main power switch.
Press the program selector 5 times At this point no settings can be made. The centre display will activate
after 3 minutes. Settings can now be made, but the machine cannot be started.
x5
2. Stopping the Shop programme (for machines manufactured from week 737 on)
Start Stop
+
First turn off the power at the main power switch.
Then press and hold the Start button while turning on the main power switch.
Press the program selector 5 times.
The Shop program is now stopped.
x5
Store programme TD60.2 and TD60.1
There are no store programmes on the TD60.2 and TD60.1.
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Components and measurement values TD60
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Item number
Component
Measurement value
Comments
80 618 24
Motor 50 Hz,
220/240 V
Main winding: 23.8 Ω
Auxiliary winding: 28.1 Ω
Current: 1.1 A; 270 W; 2850
rpm
80 618 95
Motor 60 Hz,
220/240 V
Winding resistance:
cable colour grey-blue 25.5 Ω
cable colour grey-red 16.0 Ω
Current: 0.9 A; 200 W; 3300
rpm
73 829 92
Capacitor 6 μF
80 546 40
Capacitor 4 μF
88 011 94
Condensing waterpump 25W
80 762 02
EMC filter with inductor
80 762 24
Thermistor
4 – 6 kΩ (at room temperature 20 – 30°C)
80 792 91
Thermistor
8 - 12 kΩ (at room temperature 20 – 30°C)
80 773 85
Thermostat/Overheating
protection
(150°C automatic)
80 792 00
Thermostat/Overheating
protection
(135°C automatic)
80 761 04
Door switch
The front door affects a door switch, which interrupts the program when the door is opened. If
the door has been opened and closed during the
program the machine must be restarted using the
start/stop button.
80 761 03
Microswitch float
If both containers are overfilled the program is
interrupted by a float switch located on the lower
holder. Overfilling is indicated in the display.
Electrical connection
The machine is delivered as single phase and can
be switched between 1950 W, 10 A and 2500
W, 16 A.
Adjustment between 1950 W / 10 A and 2500
W / 16 A is carried out using software via buttons.
88 013 27
Control Unit compl. TD60.3
The control unit contains microprocessors for
controlling programs, motor, element etc.
8080604
Control Unit
8079287
Heating Element 2500W
Heater 1: 1950W, 24,5Ω
Heater 2: 550W, 91,4Ω
8079288
Heating element 3000W
Heater 1: 1950W, 24,5Ω
Heater 2: 1050W, 45,3Ω
The motor is a 2-pin motor and is directly connected to the fan for internal air and gearing for
driving the cylinder. The fan for external air is also
driven on condenser dryers.
The capacitor is mounted on the motor.
111 Ω
The filter eliminates interference to and from the
machine.
The thermistor controls temperature regulation.
If the thermistor is short-circuited or detaches
from the control unit, the program is cancelled.
The thermostat
/overheating protection interrupts the program
at too high temperatures.
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Technical data TD60
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Height:
850 mm
Width:
595 mm
Depth:
585 mm
Weight:
39kg (vented)
47 kg (condenser)
Cylinder volume:
111 l
Max. loading capacity:
Eu 7.0 kg, US, AU 6.0 kg
RPM:
52 rpm
Rated power:
1950 W = 10 A
2500 W = 16 A
Adjustment between 10 and 16 A is carried out using software via
buttons.
Drying drum material:
Stainless steel
Outer casing material:
Powder-coated and hot-galvanized sheet steel or stainless steel
Set-up:
Stacking or freestanding
Protection class:
IP X4
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Wiring diagram TD60.3
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Wiring diagram TD60.2
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EL 1950W
L
N
L
L2 2
L2 2
L1 2
L1 2
N
RECG
INKB
RECL
RECL
L
CONNECTION BOX
FOR USA & CANADA
T1
EL 550W/1050W
M
FB *A
AP *A
T2
BO
DB
AP
F
NTC 1
NTC 2 *A
INKB
N
L
*A CONDENSE DRYER
WIRES IN ALL MACHINES
WIRES IN SOME MACHINES
CABLE POSITIONS
1: THERMISTOR
4: MOTOR, DRAIN PUMP, FLOAT SWITCH
5: DOOR SWITCH
8: POWER
9: HEATING ELEMENT
S4
S9
S7
S10 S11
80 820 34 - 01
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM TD60.1
2009-09-03
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our written pemission, and the contents
thereof must not be imparted to a third party
nor be used for any unauthorized purpose.
Contravention will be prosecuted.
Asko Appliances AB
PRESS STOP (S11) TO CHANGE MENU STEP
ROTATE DIAL TO CHANGE IN STEP
PRESSING START (S10) STORES AND EXITS SERVICE MENU
SERVICE MENU
TURN OFF POWER (S1)
WAIT FOR AT LEAST 5 SEC
HOLD S10
TURN ON POWER (S1)
PRESS S10 5 TIMES TO ENTER SERVICE MENU
TOTAL RESET
TURN OFF POWER (S1)
WAIT FOR AT LEAST 5 SEC
HOLD STOP (S11)
TURN ON POWER (S1)
S1
S3
F: RADIO INTERFERENCE SUPPRESSION FILTER 680K Ohm
NTC 1: THERMISTOR 1
4 - 6 K Ohm
NTC 2: THERMISTOR 2:
4 - 6 K Ohm
AP: DRAIN PUMP:
111 Ohm
EL: HEATING ELEMENT 550W
91.4 Ohm
EL: HEATING ELEMENT 1050W
45.3 Ohm
EL: HEATING ELEMENT 1950W
20.5 Ohm
MO: MOTOR
T1: THERMOSTAT, OVERHEATING (HEATER)
T2: THERMOSTAT, FAN HOUSING
FB: FLOAT SWITCH
DB: DOOR SWITCH
RESISTANCES AT ROOM TEMPERATURE (CA. 20°C/68°F)
VALUES WITH +/-10% ARE REGARDED AS NORMAL
COMPONENT
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Wiring diagramTD60.1
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Rehanging the door
The tumble dryer (only certain models) is supplied with the door hung on the right-hand side. It is, however, possible to re-hang it according to the instructions below. Take care not to damage the paint when carrying out work
with tools.
Required tools
Flathead screwdriver
Torx size 20
Fixed spanner size 8
Instructions
1. Remove the plinth by carefully pulling it
out.
2. Remove both screws for the lower hinge.
Use Torx.
3. Push the door upwards with care and
angle outwards. If necessary, carefully press
the lower hinge to detach the door.
4. Slacken off the lower and upper hinge
pins using a fixed spanner.
5. Remove the plastic plugs covering the
holes for the hinge pins and switch location
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Method for removing plastic plugs, lock
and catch located on the machine and
the door:
Carefully push the plug, catch or lock
upwards with a flat screwdriver. as the
picture shows.
6. Carefully remove the catch and plastic
plug on the door and switch location.
7. Carefully remove the lock and plastic
plug on the machine and switch location.
8. Screw the hinge pins securely into
place on the corresponding side of the
machine.
9. Slacken off the screws for the lower
hinge on the corresponding side of the
machine. This must be done to hang the
door.
10. Align the door in the upper hinge.
Carefully push the lower hinge down if
necessary and align the door.
11. Screw the lower hinge into place
securely. Use Torx.
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11. Screw the lower hinge.
Use Torx.
12 Press the plinth into place. The door
has now been re-hung.
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Replacing panel
Instructions
1. Unscrew the top cover.
2. First, remove the main push switch.
Carefully press the catches that secure the
panel at the front beam. Release the catches
from the front member by working the panel
outwards.
3. Detach the panel by angling and pulling it
carefully outwards at the lower edge.
Note: Do not damage the wiring!
4. Carefully disconnect the wiring from the
control unit.
11. When installing the panel: First install
all wiring in the relevant locations on the
control card.
Then angle the panel outwards and place the
mounting plates in the relevant grooves in
the front frame. Angle the panel downwards
and secure it with the catches
12. Screw the top cover into place.
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80 813 77 Rev 05 Service manual TD60 EN
Appendix: Timer diagram
Buzzer
Anti crease
Option
Time program
Auto program
Program
Air fluff
Buzzer
Heater
Drain pump (30 sec. on, 210 sec. off)
Components
Motor
Start
Drying sequence (max 3 hours)
Cool-down
3'' on, 57'' off
3''
3' - 15'
20 minutes - 2 hours
2'
Step times
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5 minutes - 2 hours
Timer diagram (description of program flow) TD60
Option
Table explanation
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Timerdiagram