Installation Maintenence User manual FS6 FS7 FS10 FS13 FS16 FS22 100646_K_Pub_date_4_Sep_2009

Installation Maintenence User manual FS6 FS7 FS10 FS13 FS16 FS22 100646_K_Pub_date_4_Sep_2009
HIGH SPIN INDUSTRIAL WASHER
EXTRACTORS
6kg
7kg
10kg
13kg
16kg
22kg
INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE AND USER'S MANUAL
100646 K
Publication date: 4 Sep 2009
USER'S MANUAL
1. TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. TABLE OF CONTENTS .................................................................................................. 1
2. WARNINGS AND LABELS............................................................................................. 2
2.1. INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE, ADJUSTMENT AND SAFETY OF PEOPLE..........................3
3. SYMBOLS ON THE MACHINE....................................................................................... 4
4. OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS ....................................................................................... 6
4.1. BEFORE WASHING ...........................................................................................................................6
4.2. OPEN THE DOOR..............................................................................................................................6
4.3. LOADING THE WASHER ...................................................................................................................6
4.4. CLOSE THE DOOR............................................................................................................................6
4.5. PROGRAM SELECTIONS..................................................................................................................6
4.6. WASH PROGRAMS OVERVIEW .......................................................................................................7
4.7. ADD DETERGENTS...........................................................................................................................7
4.8. START THE WASHER .......................................................................................................................8
4.9. END OF WASH CYCLE......................................................................................................................8
4.10. HOW TO OPEN THE DOOR BY FAILURE .......................................................................................9
5. FIRST SERVICE AT TECHNICAL PROBLEM ............................................................. 10
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2. WARNINGS AND LABELS
TO MINIMIZE THE RISK OF FIRE, INJURY BY ELECTRIC SHOCK OR SERIOUS INJURIES TO PEOPLE
OR PROPERTY DAMAGE, PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS:
♦ This English version is original language version. Without this original version, these instructions are incomplete.
♦ Before installation, operation and maintenance of the machine read carefully the complete instructions,
i.e. this „Installation, maintenance and user's manual“, „Programming manual“ and „Spare parts manual“.
The Programming manual and Spare parts manual are not delivered with a machine by default. You shall
ask the supplier / manufacturer to obtain Programming manual and Spare parts manual.
♦ Follow the instruction written in manuals and keep the manuals in a proper place by the machine for later use.
♦ The washer extractor is designed for fabrics washing only, other objects can damage the machine and can cause
damage or injuries.
♦ The manufacturer is not responsible for the damage to the fabrics that are washed by an inappropriate
washing method.
♦ Always follow the instructions and/or warnings that are stated on the fabrics, washing products or cleaning
products mentioned by the manufacturer.
♦ If the machine is used for special applications follow the instructions and warning to avoid person injury.
♦ Keep the washer extractor surface and surrounding clean and free of flammable materials.
♦ Do not put fabrics in the washer extractor treated with flammable products. Such fabrics must first be washed
by hand and air dried.
♦ Store laundry aids, dry-cleaning solvents and disinfectants out of the reach of children, preferably in a locked cabinet.
♦ Do not tamper the washer-extractor controls and do not bypass the safety instructions and the warnings.
♦ Do not remove warning signs placed on the machine. Observe signs and labels to avoid personal injuries.
♦ Do not put some part on the soap dispenser lid to held it open by filling or when the machine operates.
♦ Do not open the soap dispenser lid after the machine is started. The discharge or splashing of hazardous
liquid can cause serious scalding and burning.
♦ The use of hypochlorite will cause corrosion which may cause component failure under certain circumstances.
♦ The warranty of the machine cannot be accepted in case corrosion was caused by chlorine and chlorine
compounds impact.
♦ Do not operate the washer extractor when parts are broken or missing or when covers are open.
The machine shall not be operated until the fixed guards are put correctly in place.
♦ The washer extractor is not designed for work which may create an explosive atmosphere inside the machine
and will not be used for this purpose.
♦ Do not expose the washer extractor to the weather, extreme low or high temperature and humidity.
♦ Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be created in the hot water system that has not been used for two
or more weeks. Hydrogen gas is explosive. If the hot water system has not been used for such period open all
hot water taps and let the water run out for few minutes. This will release any accumulated gas. As this gas is
flammable, do not smoke or use open flames during this time.
♦ By danger turn off the main switch or other emergency disconnection devices.
♦ Check the functioning of the door lock mechanism on regular base.
♦ Turn off the main water supply at the end of each operating day.
♦ Only qualified service personnel may open the washing washer extractor to carry out servicing.
♦ Follow all valid basic safety rules and laws.
♦ It is obvious that it is impossible to mention each possible risk in this manual. It is up to the user to proceed
as careful as possible.
♦ The manufacturer reserves the right to change the manuals without previous notice.
♦ If a problem should arise, contact your dealer for assistance.
♦ Norm IEC335 is applied for machines with a net usable cage volume between 60 and 150 l. Norm EN60204-1
is used for a net usable cage volume above 150 l.
♦ The washer extractor produces equivalent continuous (A-weighted) sound power level which doesn't exceed 70 dB (A).
! WARNING!
IF THE INSTALLED APPLIANCE OPERATE WITH COIN, TOKEN OR SIMILAR OPERATION FOR USE
IN SELF-SERVICE SITUATIONS, THEN THE OWNER-INSTALLER MUST PROVIDE A REMOTE-LOCATED
EMERGENCY STOP DEVICE. THIS DEVICE MUST BE PLACED IN SUCH A WAY THAT IT IS EASY
AND SAFELY ACCESSIBLE FOR THE USERS. THE EMERGENCY STOP DEVICE TAKES CARE
THAT AT LEAST THE CONTROL CIRCUIT OF THE APPLIANCE IS INTERRUPTED.
! WARNING!
DO NOT TOUCH THE DOORGLASS UNTIL CYCLE HAS BEEN COMPLETED. DO NOT OPEN DOOR
UNTIL CYLINDER REMAINS STOPPED AND WATER HAS BEEN DRAINED FROM CYLINDER.
DO NOT PUT ARTICLES SOILED WITH EXPLOSIF SOLVENTS AND/OR DANGEROUS CHEMICAL
PRODUCTS IN THE MACHINE. THIS MACHINE SHOULD NOT BE USED BY CHILDREN.
DO NOT LET CHILDREN PLAY IN, ON, OR AROUND THE MACHINE. BEFORE TURNING THE MACHINE
„ON“, MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PEOPLE OR ANIMALS PRESENT IN OR AROUND THE MACHINE.
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WARNING!
Always disconnect the washer from the electrical supply before attempting any service. The washer
extractor is out of tension if the main plug is taken out or when the main supply is disconnected.
When the main switch is turned off the inlet terminals of the machine main switch are still under current!
CAUTION!
Extreme hot conditions can arise in the surroundings of this air.
Watch out for vapor that escapes from the washer extractor venting!
CAUTION!
Do not cover the washer extractor venting. It serves as a vapor outlet
to prevent pressure building in the washer extractor.
! WARNING!
ORIGINAL OR IDENTICAL PARTS MUST BE USED FOR REPLACEMENT IN THIS MACHINE.
AFTER SERVICING REPLACE AND SECURE ALL PANELS IN THE ORIGINAL WAY. TAKE THESE MEASURES
FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRICAL SHOCK, INJURY, FIRE AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
! WARNING!
LOOKING AT THE MACHINE FROM THE FRONT VIEW THE DRUM ROTATION DURING EXTRACTION
MUST BE CLOCKWISE.
! WARNING!
SAFETY LABELS APPEAR AT CRUCIAL LOCATIONS ON THE MACHINE. FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LEGIBLE
SAFETY LABELS COULD RESULT IN INJURY TO THE OPERATOR OR SERVICE TECHNICIAN.
2.1. INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE, ADJUSTMENT AND SAFETY
OF PEOPLE
Some important information for the usage of the machine are not (or only partly) mentioned in this User's
Manual. Missing information is possible to find in Installation and maintenance manual, which is delivered
with the machine.
References to „Installation and Maintenance Manual" according to norm EN ISO 10472-1:
1. Description of the safe work system when maintenance is performed
/ adjustment / and when eliminating defects.
- chapter 5 / 5 / 6
2. Description of qualities for ventilation
- chapter 4
3. Procedures on searching for defects / cleaning / maintenance
- chapter 6 / 5 / 5
4. Heat risks
- chapter 3
5. Safety procedure on manipulation, installation and dismantling
- chapter 4
References to „Installation and Maintenance Manual" according to norm EN ISO 10472-2:
6. Maintenance of door blocking
- chapter 5
7. Electric risks
- chapter 2
8. Heat energy
- chapter 3
9. Sight holes
- chapter 3
10. Appropriate processes
- chapter 2
11. Explosive atmosphere
- chapter 2
12. Biological or chemical pollution of water
- chapter 2
13. Maximal possible overspeed
- chapter 3
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3. SYMBOLS ON THE MACHINE
Caution, dangerous electrical tension,
electrical devices
Caution, other danger, read and follow
written instructions
Warm water inlet
(red color of the label)
Soft cold water inlet
(light blue color of the label)
Caution - Increased temperature
Hard cold water inlet
(dark blue of the label)
Do not close or cover
The machine hot air outlet
The holes to be drilled not punched
In case of emergency press the emergency
button to stop the machine
Steam
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EASY CONTROL MICROPROCESSOR
GRAPHITRONIC MICROPROCESSOR
EASY CONTROL MICROPROCESSOR
WITH MECHANICAL BUTTONS
PREWASH
START (advancing program)
MAIN WASH
STOP (interupting program)
RINSE 1
YES SELECTION
RINSE 2
RINSE 3
NO SELECTION
EXTRACT
INCREASING SEQUENCE TIME
DOOR RELEASE
DECREASING SEQUENCE TIME
FAULT
INFO (overview available wash programs and
wash sequence functions)
PROGRAM SELECT
SERVICE (shows actual water temperature
and level, number of fullfilled cycles and
actual state)
CYCLE TIME
COIN/TEMPERATURE
FUNCTION BUTTON
ACTIVATES THE TIME DELAY FUNCTION
(delay time will be started by pressing start)
START
OPENING THE INLET VALVES
EMERGENCY STOP KNOB
(Only used by not coin washer extractors)
ACTIVATE HEATING
COIN SYSTEM
OPEN DRAIN VALVE
SPEED ADJUST
PROGRAM SELECT
ENTER – SELECTION OR CONFIRMATION
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4. OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
4.1. BEFORE WASHING
Sort the linen according on the temperature and the instructions of the manufacturer of the fabrics. Check
if there aren‘t any strange objects between the linen like nails, screws, needles, etc. in order not to damage
the washer-extractor or the linen. Turn sleeves of shirts, blouses, etc. inside out. To get a better washing
result, you have to unfold the fabrics and mix the bigger and smaller pieces of fabrics.
4.2. OPEN THE DOOR
Open the door by pulling on the door handle.
4.3. LOADING THE WASHER
! CAUTION!
The optimal washing load is determined by the filling factor. The proper filling factor is determined by the type
of linen and other factors. Cotton textiles normally require a filling factor of 1:10-1:13, which is a full drum load.
Put the linen in the drum depending on the maximum capacity of the washer. Do not overload the washer extractor.
Overloading the machine can lead to a bad wash result. Half washing loads can obstruct a proper function.
Synthetics and blended fabrics usually require a filling factor of 1:18-1:20, which is half drum load. Loading more
will reduce the wash result and can damage the linen.
4.4. CLOSE THE DOOR
Close the door with the door handle, making sure the door is properly latched before operating the washer.
4.5. PROGRAM SELECTIONS
Choose one of the available wash programs, best corresponding to the quality of the garments and allowed
wash temperature in the wash load. Insert the wash program number. The different washing programs are indicated
on the operator panel. The selection of the program determines the temperature and the time for washing
and rinsing, the wash action and the spin speed and time.
Note: For locking a program mode, changing factory settings and possibilities of program changes
and setup - see Programming manual.
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4.6. WASH PROGRAMS OVERVIEW
Wash program
Wash program
Wash program
Wash program
Wash program
Wash program
Wash program
Wash program
Wash program
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:
EASY CONTROL: Wash program A:
GRAPHITRONIC: Wash program 10:
EASY CONTROL: Wash program B:
GRAPHITRONIC: Wash program 11:
EASY CONTROL: Wash program C:
GRAPHITRONIC: Wash program 12:
EASY CONTROL: Wash program D:
GRAPHITRONIC: Wash program 13:
EASY CONTROL: Wash program E:
GRAPHITRONIC: Wash program 14:
EASY CONTROL: Wash program F:
GRAPHITRONIC: Wash program 15:
Hot wash
Warm wash
Coloured wash
Bright coloured wash
Woollens
Hot wash
Warm wash
Coloured wash
Bright coloured wash
90°C
60°C
40°C
30°C
15°C
90°C
60°C
40°C
30°C
ECONOMY level
ECONOMY level
ECONOMY level
ECONOMY level
Hot wash
90°C
SUPER ECONOMY level
Warm wash
60°C
SUPER ECONOMY level
Coloured wash
40°C
SUPER ECONOMY level
Bright coloured wash
30°C
SUPER ECONOMY level
Extraction
low speed
Extraction
high speed
4.7. ADD DETERGENTS
Fill the soap dispenser on the top of the washer extractor depending of the chosen program.
Š Dispenser A: Prewash (add the detergent at the beginning of the wash cycle)
Š Dispenser B: Wash (add powder detergent or bleach detergent at the beginning
of the cycle, you may add liquid detergent or liquid bleach during the wash cycle.
If added at the start of the cycle, it will run in the washer prematurely)
101008
Š Dispenser C: Final Rinse (Add fabric softener at the beginning of the cycle or before
the final rinse)
Fill the soap dispenser at the front or side of the washer extractor depending of the chosen program.
Š Dispenser A: 1 st Wash
Š Dispenser B: 2 nd Wash
Š Dispenser D: Last Rinse
Add the detergents before the start of the wash cycle.
R Standard wash programs versus custom made wash programs.
This explanation is only valid for standard wash programs. For custom made programs, it’s possible that
other dispensers have been selected. (See programming manual)
R Remark:
- It is advisable to use only detergents with „foam breaker“ which can easily be found in retail shops.
The dosage of soap to use is generally mentioned on the packing. An overdose of detergent can lead
to poor wash results and „suds“ overflow which can damage the machine.
- Take care that the lid of the soap dispenser is closed if the machine starts.
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4.8. START THE WASHER
4.8.1. EASY CONTROL MICROPROCESSOR WITH KEYPAD AND MECHANICAL BUTTONS
COIN OPERATED MODELS
A. After choosing the program with the PROGRAM SELECT button,
throw the right amount of coins in the slot indicated on the lower
display The display shows the remaining amount that has to be
thrown in. If the display shows 00, the washer extractor can be
started. The little light by the start button will be flashing.
B. Push the START button to start the washer extractor. When you
have selected a wrong washing program, you can change it
during the first 150 seconds of the program by pushing the
SELECT button. When a more expensive washing program was
chosen, the value will be shown to add. When you don‘t add more
coins, the chosen program at the start will be executed.
C. During the washing cycle you can follow the actual washing
sequence and the remaining time on the displays.
NON-COIN OPERATED MODELS
A. After choosing the program with the PROGRAM SELECT button,
push the START button to start the washer extractor.When you
have selected a wrong washing program, you can change it
during the first washing step by pushing the SELECT button.
B. During the washing cycle you follow the actual washing sequence,
the remaining time and if been set the temperature on the displays.
C. If the advance function has been set by the installator, you can go
on to the next step by pushing the START button.
4.8.2. GRAPHITRONIC MICROPROCESSOR
After selecting the desired wash program number, by pressing the START button the wash cycle will be started.
If there is no washing program available for the selected program number, „INVALID will be displayed“.
Program
Number
Units
Wash Cycle
Name
Door State
Wash/Spin
Sequence
Wash Cycle
Step
Progression
Bar
Remaining Time
Wash Cycle
4.9. END OF WASH CYCLE
4.9.1. EASY CONTROL MICROPROCESSOR WITH KEYPAD AND MECHANICAL BUTTONS
You can see clearly the end of the washing cycle on the operator panel when the light next to the door symbol
lights up and the time display indicates „0“. Open the door with the door handle and take out the fabrics
of the washer extractor.
! WARNING!
IF YOU CAN’T OPEN THE DOOR, FOR EXAMPLE BY A POWER FAILURE, WAIT A CERTAIN TIME
UNTIL THE SECURITY SWITCH IS COOLED DOWN. THIS IS A SAFETY! THE DOOR CAN BE OPENED
AFTER A COUPLE OF MINUTES. MAKE SURE THAT THE DRUM HAS COMPLETELY STOPPED
AND DRAINED BEFORE OPENING THE DOOR.
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When a power failure occurs for a short time, the wash program will continue when the power comes back
on. When the failure occurs for a longer time and the door is still closed the display and the light next to the
start button starts flashing when power is restored. If the door is still locked the timer will continue the program.
For machines initialised as coin operated models, the door will be locked immediately. Press the start button
to continue the program. If the door was opened, the program will be resetted.
4.9.2. GRAPHITRONIC MICROPROCESSOR
! WARNING!
IF YOU CAN’T OPEN THE DOOR, FOR EXAMPLE BY A POWER FAILURE, WAIT A CERTAIN TIME
UNTIL THE SECURITY SWITCH IS COOLED DOWN. THIS IS A SAFETY! THE DOOR CAN BE OPENED
AFTER A COUPLE OF MINUTES. MAKE SURE THAT THE DRUM HAS COMPLETELY STOPPED AND
DRAINED BEFORE OPENING THE DOOR. AT THE END OF THE THE WASH CYCLE, WHEN THE
REMAINING PROGRAM TIME REACHES 0, PROGRAM END IS DISPLAYED. WHEN UNLOAD APPEARS
ON THE DISPLAY, OPEN THE DOOR BY THE DOOR HANDLE AND TAKE OUT THE GARMENTS
OF THE WASHER EXTRACTOR. (ONLY FOR MACHINES WITH „GRAPHITRONIC“)
4.10. HOW TO OPEN THE DOOR BY FAILURE
See Installation and maintenance manual.
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5. FIRST SERVICE AT TECHNICAL PROBLEM
N°
10
Failure message
Failure
Action
Fault occurrence
Full Stop + tumble
Full Stop + tumble
Full stop + tumble
Draining sequence
Cooldown
Draining sequence
Start spin
Skip + continue
After 10 x tilt
Full stop + safety time
>500 or 750 RPM
Full stop + safety time
Full stop + safety time
Whole cycle
Whole cycle
Don’t start
At start up
Don’t start
End cycle
Continue
2 min 30 sec after start
cycle
While filling
E1
No Drain Co
E2
E3
No Drain
Tilt Fault
E4
Imbalance
E5
Tilt High Sp
E6
E7
Door Coil
Door Switch
E8
Door Start
E9
Door Unload
E10
Bimetal/Spring
Drain failure
Cooldown
Drain failure
Out of balance :
Before spin
Out of balance :
Normal spin
Out of balance : high
spin
Door switch failure
Door solenoid switch
failure
Door lock check at
start failure
Door lock switch
closed failure
Bimetal/Spring
E11
No Fill
Fill failure
E12
E13
E14
Overfill
No Heating
Heat Time
Overfill failure
Heating failure
Heating time failure
E15
E21
E22
E24
Too Hot
Overflow
Flush fault
Level Sens
E25
Temp Sensor
E26
Mitsub code
E27
Comm fault
E28
E29
E31
THT time / E.OL
OV3 time /
E.OP
Load Parr
Too Hot
Overflow failure
Flush failure
Defective level
sensor
Defective
temperature sensor
Undefined frequency
inverter error code
Communication fault
inverter
THT Time out / E.OL
OV3 Time out /
E.OP
E32
Verify Parr
E33
Stall prev
E35
Wrong Softw
E37
No Drain Sp
E38
No Recycle
E39
Out of Soap
E40
No Fill Rec
E41
Service Due
E42
Connection
Initialization fault
inverter
Verification fault
inverter
Stall prevention
function active
Wrong software
version
Drain failure at the
Spray Sequence
The Tank with
recycle water is
empty
The Soap Supplies
are running Out of
Soap
Fill failure due to an
empty water recycle
Tank
Service Due
Warning
No Network
Connection
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Full stop + request for
Continue
Full stop + tumble
Full stop + tumble
Full stop + request for
Continue
Full stop + tumble
Full stop + tumble
Full stop + tumble
Continue + Don’t start
While heating
Wash step
Flush step
Before start up
Continue + Don’t start
Before start up
Full stop + tumble
Whole cycle
Full stop + safety time
Whole cycle
Full stop + safety time
Full stop + safety time
At spin sequence
At spin sequence
Don’t start
At initialization
Don’t start
At loading parameters
Continue
At spin sequence
Don’t start
New software version
Full stop + tumble
Spray Sequence
Warning at the End.
Front soap dispenser
Mach. only
For Info only
Wash step
Full stop + Request for
Continue
Top soap dispenser
Mach. only
For Info only
Open door = reset
For Info only
Wash step
While filling
While heating
While heating
Wash step
End cycle
Data Transfer Networking
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Voltage Par
E44
Model type
E45
E46
No Speed
Sensor Signal
Brake Closed
E47
Brake Wear Out
E48
Brake Open
E49
UnBalance
Switch At Wash
E50
E52
No Second
Acceleration
Ramp
No Third
Acceleration
Ramp
Board Memory
E53
Board Data
E57
Lock System
E58
No Free Run
E59
Run Free Run
E60
No reset Drive
E61
Continue spin
E62
E63E67
E68
Extended speed
Motor Drive
E69
RS Unbalance
E70
RS7 Select
E71
RS10 Select
E72
KEB ST LOW
E73
KEB ST HIGH
E74
CFIStuck
E75
KEB code
E78
Lock Active
E79
Lock Start
E51
No Sign Spin
Wrong Voltage
Range Selection
Wrong Inverter
Model Type
No Speed pulses
when drum turns.
Brake Stays Closed
Make correct selection
Configuration menu
Make correct selection
Configuration menu
Continue + Warning
Friction blocks
brake are wear-out
Brake Stays Open
Full stop + safety time
Air suspension
without compressed
air
Missing wire bridge
inverter / wrong
inverter parameters
Missing wire bridge
inverter / wrong
inverter parameters
PCB-EEPRROM
CRC failure
PCB-EEPROM Data
out of range failure
Door Lock Switch
stays closed when
the outer door is
open.
Deceleration end of
spin while brake is
closed.
Run Status inverter
=1 while brake is
closed.
No detection motor
speed signal at
wash
Motor doesn't stop
spinning anymore
Motor spins too fast
Reset Motor Drive for
E60, E61 & E62
Full stop + safety time
At spin sequence
(FS120 only)
At spin sequence
(FS120 only)
Any time
(FS120 only)
At spin sequence
(FS120 only)
Wash action
(FS120 only)
No detection motor
speed signal at spin
Unbalance input
should not be high on
R machines
RS7 selected in case
of RS10
RS10 selected in
case of RS7
No wire bridge
terminals 16-20
No KEB parameters
loaded in inverter
Inverter not switched
off at end of cycle.
Undefined frequency
inverter error code
At standby door lock
is locked nevertheless
door is open.
After pressing Start
door lock is locked
nevertheless door is
open.
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Full stop + safety time
Continue + Warning
Continue
At spin sequence
(FS120 only)
Continue
At spin sequence
(FS120 only)
Don't start
At Power Up
Don't Start
At Power Up
Don’t Start
At locking sequence
(MB70-90-110-140-180
only)
Full stop + safety time
At spin sequence
(FS120 only)
Full stop + safety time
At spin sequence
(FS120 only)
Full stop + safety time
Wash Sequence
Full stop + safety time
Whole cycle
Full stop + safety time
Reset Motor Drive
Whole cycle
Wash Sequence
Full stop + tumble
Spin Sequence
Don't Start
Full stop + tumble
Start Spin sequence
Whole cycle
Don't Start
Start Cycle
Don't Start
Start Cycle
Don't Start
Start cycle
Full stop + safety time
Start cycle
For Info only
End of cycle
Full stop + tumble
Whole cycle
Don't Start
At Standby
Don't Start
At Start Cycle
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E80
Time Out
Input16
E81
No Reheat
On Hold Signal
Failure Soap
Dispensing System
Heating Failure
E82
No Refill
Refill failure
E83
Cycle Fail
E84
No Store PC
E85
RTC Low Batt
E86
No RTC Comm
No successful wash
cycle termination
Communication
failure with PC
Real Time Clock, No
Battery or battery low
power
Real Time Clock is
not available
E100
Weigh No
Comm
E101
Weigh Low
E102
Weigh High
E103
Weigh Balance
E104
Weigh Overload
E105
Weigh Airbags
Full stop + tumble.
Whole cycle
Full stop + tumble.
Wash Step
(MB only)
Wash Step
(MB only)
Abnormal Cycle
Termination (MB only)
End cycle
(MB only)
End cycle
(MB only)
Full stop + request for
Continue
Info that the wash cycle
has to be repeated.
For Info only.
For Info only.
For Info only.
End cycle
(MB only)
Communication fault
weighing system
Full Stop Tumble
Weight machine is too
low
Weight machine is
too high
Weight is not
balanced over 4 load
cell's.
Weight on individual
load cell exceeds
max.
No functional air
pressure system
Don't Start
Before Start (MB16-MB180)
Whole Cycle (MB16-MB66)
(MB & FS23-55 only)
Before Start
(MB & FS23-55 only)
Before Start
(MB & FS23-55 only)
Before Start
(MB & FS23-55 only)
Don't Start
Don't Start
Full Stop Tumble
Whole Cycle
(MB16-66 & FS23-55 only)
Don't Start
Before Start
(MB70-180 only)
E300
E353
E400
E441
Mits Err
Specific Mitsubishi
Inverter Alarm
Full stop + safety time
Whole cycle
KEB Err
Specific KEB
Inverter Alarm
Full stop + safety time
Whole cycle
E500
E515
Memory Err
Memory Error
Full stop + safety time
Any time
E550
Installation new softw
For Info only
E552
DAQ Full Err
E553
Store DAQ>PC
Wrong DAQ
Memory version
Problem writing
DAQ Memory
DAQ Traceability
Memory is Full
DAQ Traceability
Memory is almost
Full
For Info only
E551
DAQ Version
Err
DAQ Write Err
Traceability function, whole
cycle
Traceability function, whole
cycle
Traceability function, whole
cycle
E600
E628
Softw Err
Software Error
Full stop + safety time
USER'S MANUAL
For Info only
For Info only
Any time
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1. TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. TABLE OF CONTENTS ................................................................................................ 1
2. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS....................................................................... 2
2.1. SYMBOLS ON THE MACHINE...........................................................................................................4
2.2. IMPORTANT INFORMATION BEFORE INSTALLATION ....................................................................4
3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION...................................................................................... 5
3.1. MACHINES 6 kg / 15 lb, 7 kg / 18 lb, 10 kg / 25 lb, 13 kg / 30 lb CAPACITY...................................................5
3.2. MACHINES 16 kg / 35 lb, 22 kg / 50 lb CAPACITY ....................................................................................7
3.3. DIMENSIONS AND PLACEMENT OF COMPONENTS ON THE MACHINE..............................................9
4. MACHINE INSTALLATION ......................................................................................... 11
4.1. MACHINE INSPECTION...................................................................................................................11
4.2. WASHER STORAGE........................................................................................................................11
4.3. WASHER POSITIONING..................................................................................................................11
4.4. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION ...........................................................................................................15
4.5. WATER CONNECTION....................................................................................................................19
4.6. STEAM CONNECTION.....................................................................................................................20
4.7. WATER DRAIN CONNECTION ........................................................................................................20
4.8. VENTING .........................................................................................................................................21
4.9. LIQUID SOAP CONNECTION ..........................................................................................................21
4.10. PUTTING THE MACHINE INTO SERVICE .....................................................................................23
5. MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENTS...................................................................... 25
5.1. MAINTENANCE................................................................................................................................25
5.2. ADJUSTMENTS AND PART'S EXCHANGES...................................................................................26
5.2.1. ADJUSTMENT OF DOOR SEAL PRESSURE............................................................................26
5.2.2. REPLACEMENT OF DOOR RUBBER........................................................................................27
5.2.3. ADJUSTING OF OUT OF BALANCE SWITCH...........................................................................27
5.2.4. BELT REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTING TENSION .................................................................28
5.2.5. WATER FILTERS.......................................................................................................................29
5.2.6. TIGHTENING MOMENTS ..........................................................................................................29
5.2.7. REPLACEMENT WASHER FUSES............................................................................................29
6. TROUBLE SHOOTING AIDS ...................................................................................... 30
6.1. UNBLOCKING OF THE DOOR LOCK IN CASE OF EMERGENCY ..................................................30
6.2. ERROR INDICATION SHOWN ON DISPLAY ...................................................................................30
7. LIST OF RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS ............................................................... 31
8. PUTTING THE MACHINE OUT OF SERVICE ............................................................ 32
8.1. DISCONNECTING THE MACHINE...................................................................................................32
8.2. MACHINE DISPOSAL ......................................................................................................................32
8.2.1. POSSIBILITY OF THE MACHINE DISPOSAL BY THE SPECIALIZED COMPANY...........................32
8.2.2. POSSIBILITY OF THE MACHINE LIQUIDATION BY OWN POTENTIAL ....................................32
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2. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING - SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR LATER USE.
Failure to comply with the instructions may lead to incorrect use of the appliance, and may
result in risk of fire, bodily injuries or death and/or damage to the laundry and/or the appliance.
WARNING - Read the IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS in this manual carefully before
operating the appliance. Improper use of the appliance may cause risk of fire, electrical
shock or serious body injuries or death as well as serious damage to the appliance.
♦ This English version is the original version of this manual. Without this version, the instructions are incomplete.
♦ Before installation, operation and maintenance of the machine read carefully the complete instructions, i.e.
this „Installation, maintenance and user's manual“, „Programming manual“ and „Spare parts manual“.
The Programming manual and Spare parts manual are not delivered with a machine by default. You shall
ask the supplier / manufacturer to obtain Programming manual and Spare parts manual.
♦ Follow the instruction written in manuals and keep the manuals in a proper place by the machine for later use.
♦ Safety instructions included in manuals for personnel operating the appliance must be printed and posted
on a visible place near the machine in the laundry room.
♦ The washer extractor is designed for fabrics washing only, other objects can damage the washer and can
cause damage or injuries.
♦ The manufacturer is not responsible for the damage to the fabrics that are washed by an inappropriate
washing method.
♦ Always follow the instructions and/or warnings that are stated on the fabrics, washing products or cleaning
products mentioned by the manufacturer.
♦ The washer must be set up in accordance with the instructions. All drain, inlet, electrical connections,
ventilation, groundings and other connections must be done in according to the installation manual,
in compliance with the local standards done by qualified technicians with proper authorization.
♦ The valid standards for connecting to the local power network (TT,TN,IT,…) must be followed.
In the standard execution, the appliance may not be suitable for connecting to an IT supply system.
Contact your commercial distributor for assistance.
♦ All appliances are produced according the EMC-directive (Electro-Magnetic-Compatibility). They can be used
in restricted surroundings only (comply minimally with class A requirements). For safety reasons there must
be kept the necessary precaution distances with sensitive electrical or electronic device(s).
♦ Do not change the parameters of the frequency inverter. This can cause serious injury, fire, washer damage, etc.
♦ During transportation and storage never use excessive forces on the packing because components can be
damaged protruding the contour line of the appliance.
♦ Use copper conductors only. This appliance must be connected to a supply circuit to which no lighting units
or general-purpose receptacles are connected.
♦ Any changes concerning the installation which are not described in this Installation Manual must be approved
by the supplier or manufacturer. Otherwise, the supplier and manufacturer are not responsible for potential
injuries to operators or for any damages. Interventions in the appliance execution or functions are not allowed,
and the manufacturer refuses any responsibility in such cases.
♦ The washer extractor must be installed on level. If not, the washer may become unbalanced during extraction
and, although fitted with an unbalance safety, the washer may become seriously damaged what may result
in bodily injuries.
♦ Never put the washer in operation when the transporting braces are not removed. The washer should
always be tested before use.
♦ It is possible that there are residues of products used during the production process in the new washer.
These residues could cause stains on your laundry. Therefore, you must first run at least 1 hot wash with
old rags before using for your normal laundry.
♦ Keep the appliance top and surface and the area around clean and clear of combustible or flammable products.
♦ Do not store flammable materials around the appliances. Define the dangerous areas in the laundry room
and obstruct an admission to them during appliances operating.
♦ Do not wash articles that have been previously cleaned in, wash in soaked in, or spotted with gasoline,
dry-cleaning solvents, or other flammable or explosive substances as they give off vapors that could ignite
or explode.
♦ Do not add gasoline, dry-cleaning solvents, or other flammable or explosive substances to the wash water.
These substances give off vapors that could ignite or explode.
♦ Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be created in the hot water system that has not been used for
two or more weeks. HYDROGEN GAS IS EXPLOSIVE. If the hot water system has not been used for such
period open all hot water taps and let the water run out for few minutes. This will release any accumulated
gas. As this gas is flammable, do not smoke or use open flames during this time.
♦ TEMPERATURE IN WASHING MACHINE TUB: The electronic controller uses the temperature sensor
in the tub to control the temperature of the washing bath. There are a lot of things that have influence on
the temperature measurement. Therefore the temperature control of the washing bath is not very precise.
♦ Always strictly comply with the instructions that are written on the laundry chemicals-, laundry aids-,
dry-cleaning solvents- and disinfectants packaging to avoid personal injury. Keep these agents out of the reach
of children, preferably in a locked cabinet.
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♦ Do not tamper the washer-extractor controls and do not bypass the safety instructions and the warnings.
♦ Do not use some means on the soap dispenser lid to hold it open by filling or when the machine operates.
The discharge or splashing of hazardous liquid can cause serious scalding and burning.
♦ Do not operate the appliance when parts are broken or missing or when covers are open. The appliance
must not be operated until the fixed guards are put correctly in place.
♦ The appliance must not be stored, installed or exposed to the weather, extreme low or high temperature
and humidity levels. Do not hose down the washer. NEVER allow the appliance to get wet.
♦ Check the functioning of the door lock mechanism on regular base. NEVER bypass the doorlock mechanism.
♦ Disconnect the power and close all water and steam supply before cleaning, servicing and at the end of each
operating day.
♦ Out of the venting at the back of the washer can escape warm vapor or and hot air. Do not cover the vent
but protect it sufficiently. It serves air gap and as a vapor outlet to prevent pressure building in the washer.
♦ Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance or attempt any servicing unless specifically recommended
in the service manual or published user-repair instructions that you understand and have the skills to carry out.
Only qualified service personnel may open the appliance to carry out servicing.
♦ Information contained in this manual is intended for use by a qualified service technician familiar with proper
and safe procedures to be followed when repairing an electrical appliance. All tests and repairs should be
performed by a qualified service technician equipped with proper tools and measuring devices. All component
replacements should be made by a qualified service technician using only factory approved replacement
parts.
♦ Improper assembly or adjustment may occur if service or repair is attempted by persons other then qualified
service technicians or if parts other then approved replacement parts are used. Improper assembly or adjustment
can create hazardous conditions.
♦ There can be a risk of injury or electrical shock while performing services or repairs. Injury or electrical shock
can be serious or even fatal. Consequently, extreme caution should be taken while performing voltage checks
on individual components or a product. PLEASE NOTE: Except as necessary to perform a particular in servicing
a product, the electrical power supply should ALWAYS be disconnected when servicing a product.
♦ All industrial (OPL - On Premise Laundry) washers are designed for use in Laundry with professionally
trained attendants.
♦ Before the appliance is removed from service or discarded, remove the door.
♦ Any Water or Steam Leaks Must Be Repaired Immediately. Closed supply immediately.
♦ If any problems or failures should arise, immediately contact your dealer, serviceman or manufacturer.
♦ The manufacturer reserves the right to change the manuals without previous notice.
!
WARNING -- CAUTION
This appliance must be connected to a grounded metal, permanent wiring system, and additionally
an equipment-grounding conductor must be run with the circuit conductors and connected to the
equipment-grounding terminal or lead on the appliance.
!
WARNING -- CAUTION
In order to minimize the risk of fire, electrical shock and injury, THIS WASHER MUST BE PROPERLY
GROUNDED. Never plug in or direct-wire an appliance unless it is properly grounded in accordance
with all local and national codes.
If more appliances in the same location, mutual grounding must be applied where possible.
!
WARNING -- CAUTION
The washer extractor is intended to be permanently connected, it MUST be secured mounted
to a NON-COMBUSTIBLE, adequate floor structure. A concrete foundation is required. Metal reinforced
wood floors are NOT allowed due to the risk of fire and excessive vibrations.
NEVER install the washer on an upper floor or over a basement without a load support designed
by a structural engineer.
!
WARNING -- CAUTION
Looking at the machine from the front view the drum rotation during extraction must be clockwise.
! WARNING - Although the appliance may be in the „off“ position, there is still electrical power to the switch
supply terminals.
!
WARNING - When power supply has been switched off wait for at least 10 minutes before starting inspection
or servicing the washer. Before starting inspection of frequency inverter, check for residual voltage across main
circuit terminals + and -. This voltage must be below 30 VDC before you can access the inverter for inspection.
! WARNING - Do not allow children to play on, in or around the appliance at any time. Close supervision
of children is necessary when the appliance is used near children. Never permit children to operate the appliance.
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! WARNING - Do not open door until cylinder remains stopped and water has been drained completely.
If the door safety lock does not work, do not use washer until the door lock mechanism is repaired.
! CAUTION! - Follow all valid basic safety rules and laws. The instructions in this manual cannot account
for every possible dangerous situation. They must be generally understood. Caution and care are factors
which can not included in the design of the appliance and all persons who install, operate or maintain
the appliance must be qualified and familiar with the operating instructions. It is up to the user to take proper
care when operating the appliance.
! CAUTION! - Do not remove warning signs placed on the appliance. Observe signs and labels to avoid
personal injuries. Safety labels appear at crucial locations on the appliance. Failure to maintain legible safety
labels could result in injury to the operator or service technician.
! CAUTION! - If the installed appliance operate with coin, token or similar operation for use in self-service
situations, then the owner-installer must provide a remote-located emergency stop device. This device must
be placed in such a way that it is easy and safely accessible for the users. The emergency stop device takes
care that at least the control circuit of the appliance is interrupted.
2.1. SYMBOLS ON THE MACHINE
See User's manual
2.2. IMPORTANT INFORMATION BEFORE INSTALLATION
FOR TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE
IN CASE OF TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE, WATCH COMPONENTS PROTRUDING FROM THE CONTOUR
LINE OF MACHINE (DOOR LOCKS ETC.), TO AVOID INJURIES.
– Never push, pull or exert pressure on components protruding from the machine contour line (controls,
door locks etc.).
– Make sure that these components are secured so as to avoid damages during machine manipulation
and installation.
– In case of the machine transportation by the customer, follow the manufacturer's instructions for transportation,
handling and storage of the product. In case of transportation of machine by the customer the manufacturer
is not responsible for possible damage of machine in the course of transportation. In case of storage
the machine in a free area it must be protected against mechanical damage and weather condition factors.
FOR INSTALLATION
ALL CONNECTION, AND IN SPECIAL PROTECTING EARTH, MUST BE PERFORMED BY QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL WITH A PROPER AUTHORIZATION ACCORDING THE INSTALLATION MANUAL IN COMPLIANCE
WITH LOCAL STANDARDS.
– The washer must not be installed or stored in an area where it will be exposed to water and/or weather.
Avoid damp conditions where water or moisture could run down the walls and covers of the washer or cover
the floor around the washer. Do not install the washer above an open gutter. Close any nearby gutters
so that waste water steam cannot collect near/inside the washer.
– Any changes in the machine installations must be approved by dealer or manufacturer. Otherwise the dealer /
manufacturer is not responsible for possible injuries or damages. Interference and changes in the machine
construction are not allowed and the manufacturer refuses any responsibilities in such cases.
– Define dangerous areas in the laundry room and do not allow people to enter if the machine is in operation.
MACHINE INFORMATION
– This manual comprises information for the soft-mount machine series with a load of dry linen 6, 7, 10, 13,
16, 22 kg (15, 18, 25, 30, 35, 50 lb). Verify the machine model according to your order and the data plate
located on back of washing machine, fig.3.3., pos.3 and find corresponding information in the manual.
– The machines are controlled by electronic programmer. Find the programming instructions in the programming manual.
– Additional heating can be provided by electrical heating elements or by steam from an external steam supply.
– Water inlets can use warm, cold soft and possibly also cold hard water.
– Electrical setup of the machine is indicated on data plate, (see data plate, fig.3.3.,pos.3).
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3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
3.1. MACHINES 6 kg / 15 lb, 7 kg / 18 lb, 10 kg / 25 lb, 13 kg / 30 lb CAPACITY
DRY LOAD CAPACITY (1/10)
MACHINE DIMENSIONS
Width
Depth
Height
PACKING DIMENSIONS
*
Width
Depth
Height
Transportation volume
INNER DRUM DIMENSIONS
Diameter
Depth
Volume
Door opening
WEIGHT
Net
Gross
ELECTRICAL DATA
POWER SUPPLY - deviations
INPUT POWER MACHINE
Electrical heating 6kW
Electrical heating 9 kW
Electrical heating 12 kW
Electrical heating 18 kW
Without heating or steam
NOMINAL MOTOR OUTPUT
Residual current device (RCD)
SUPPLY PROTECTION DEVICE
Steam heating or without
electrical heating
200-240V 1/3AC
380-400V + N 3AC
380-480V 3AC
El. heating 6kW (200-240V 3AC)
El. heating 6kW (380-480V 3AC)
El. heating 9kW (200-240V 3AC)
El. heating 9kW (380-480V 3AC)
El. heating 12kW (200-240V 3AC)
El. heating 12kW (380-480V 3AC)
El. heating 18kW (200-240V 3AC)
El. heating 18kW (380-480V 3AC)
6 kg / 15 lb
7 kg / 18 lb
10 kg / 25 lb
13 kg / 30 lb
660 mm / 25,98“
770 mm / 30,31“
1080 mm / 42,52“
660 mm / 25,98“
770 mm / 30,31“
1080 mm / 42,52“
660 mm / 25,98“
865 mm / 34,05“
1140 mm / 44,88“
835 mm / 32,87“
930 mm / 36,61“
1295 mm / 50,98“
750 mm / 29,53“
850 mm / 33,46“
1250 mm / 49,21“
0,79 m3 / 27,89 ft3
750 mm / 29,53“
850 mm / 33,46“
1250 mm / 49,21“
3
3
0,79 m / 27,89 ft
750 mm / 29,53“
950 mm / 37,40“
1300 mm / 51,18“
3
3
0,92 m / 32,48 ft
855 mm / 33,66“
950 mm / 37,40“
1425 mm / 56,10“
3
3
1,16 m / 40,96 ft
530 mm / 20,86“
270 mm / 10,63“
60 dm3 / 15,85 gal
285 mm / 11,22“
530 mm / 20,86“
330 mm / 12,99“
73 dm3 / 19,28 gal
285 mm / 11,22“
530 mm / 20,86“
420 mm / 16,53“
95 dm3 / 25,1 gal
285 mm / 11,22“
650 mm / 25,6“
395 mm / 15,55“
131 dm³ / 34,6 gal
410 mm / 16,14“
230 kg / 508 lb
240 kg /530 lb
235 kg /519 lb
250 kg /552 lb
275 kg /607 lb
300 kg /662 lb
360 kg / 794 lb
380 kg /838 lb
3x380-415V+N 50/60Hz
3x380-415V 50/60Hz
3x440-480V 50/60Hz
3x220-240V 50Hz
1x220-240V 50/60Hz - not applicable for electrical heating
1x200-208V 50/60Hz - not applicable for electrical heating
3x200-208V 50/60Hz
3x208-240V 60Hz
-6% to +10% of the voltage supply ±1 Hz
6,75 kW
9,75 kW
0,75 kW
0,75 kW
6,75 kW
7,5 kW
9,3 kW
9,75 kW
10,5 kW
11,3 kW
12,75 kW
13,5 kW
14,3 kW
0,75 kW
1,5 kW
0,75 kW
1,5 kW
2,2 kW
100mA, class B
Use „slow“ type Protection Devices (circuit breakers: curve D)
16A (15A)
16A (15A)
10A
10A
16A (15A)
20A
10A
16A (15A)
25A
16A
32A
20A
40A
25A
63A
32A
Tab.3.1.
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DRY LOAD CAPACITY (1/10)
WASHING FUNCTIONS
Washing
High extracting
G-factor
WATER CONNECTION
6 kg / 15 lb
10 kg / 25lb
48 RPM
1000 RPM
300
Water pressure range
Recommended pressure
Water inlet
Maximal water temperature
DRAIN CONNECTION
Drain valve diameter
Flow amount with drain valve
MACHINE VENTING
Venting connection of outer drum
STEAM CONNECTION
Steam connection
Steam pressure low
Steam pressure high
CONSUMPTIONS
Light soiled fabrics, wash 60°C (1)
Without electrical heating
With electrical heating
Steam consumption
7 kg / 18 lb
13 kg / 30 lb
45 RPM
1000 RPM
360
0,1-0,8 MPa / 1-8 bar / 14,5-116 PSI
0,3-0,5 MPa / 3-5 bar / 43-73 PSI
BSP 3/4“
90°C / 194°F
Ø 76 mm / 3“
3,5 l / s
Ø 75 mm / 3“
G1/2“
1-3 bar / 14,5 - 44 PSI
3-8 bar / 44-116 PSI
0,2 kWh
1,2 kWh
-
0,2 kWh
1,3 kW
-
0,3 kWh
1,7 kW
-
0,5 kWh
3,6 kWh
8 kg.cycle-1 /
-1
17,6 lbs.cycle
-1
0,02 kg.sec /
-1
0,044 lbs.sec
WORKING CONDITIONS
Ambient temperature
Relative humidity
Height above sea level
Storage temperature
FLOOR DATA
+5°C (41°F) to +35°C (95°F)
30% to 90% without condensation
up to 1000 m / 3280 ft
0°C (32°F) to +55°C (131°F)
Max.static load on floor
Max.dynamic load on floor
2413 N
650 N
2492 N
730 N
3002 N
1100 N
Frequency of dynamic load
NOISE
16 Hz
16 Hz
16 Hz
4823 N
3916,5 N ± 1375 N
16,6 Hz
< 70 dB(A)
< 70 dB(A)
< 70 dB(A)
< 70 dB(A)
Equivalent sound power
level Leq (dB(A))
Tab.3.1. continuation
dimensions including protruding parts
* maximum
- depends of cold and hot water supply temperature and wash program setup
(1)
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3.2. MACHINES 16 kg / 35 lb, 22 kg / 50 lb CAPACITY
DRY LOAD CAPACITY (1/10)
MACHINE DIMENSIONS
Width
Depth
Height
PACKING DIMENSIONS
*
Width
Depth
Height
Transportation volume
INNER DRUM DIMENSIONS
Diameter
Depth
Volume
Door opening
WEIGHT
Net
Gross
ELECTRICAL DATA
POWER SUPPLY - deviations
INPUT POWER MACHINE
Electrical heating 6kW
Electrical heating 9 kW
Electrical heating 12 kW
Electrical heating 18 kW
Without heating or steam
NOMINAL MOTOR OUTPUT
Residual current device (RCD)
SUPPLY PROTECTION DEVICE
Steam heating or without
electrical heating
200-240V 1/3AC
380-400V + N 3AC
380-480V 3AC
El. heating 6kW (200-240V 3AC)
El. heating 6kW (380-480V 3AC)
El. heating 9kW (200-240V 3AC)
El. heating 9kW (380-480V 3AC)
El. heating 12kW (200-240V 3AC)
El. heating 12kW (380-480V 3AC)
El. heating 18kW (200-240V 3AC)
El. heating 18kW (380-480V 3AC)
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16 kg / 35 lb
22 kg / 50 lb
835 mm / 32,87“
1040 mm / 40,94“
1295 mm / 50,98“
900 mm / 35,43“
1115 mm / 43,89“
1435 mm / 56,49“
930 mm / 36,61“
1140 mm / 44,88“
1510 mm / 59,44“
1,6 m3 / 56,5 ft3
975 mm / 38,38“
1200 mm / 47,24“
1620 mm / 63,77“
3
3
1,9 m / 67,09 ft
650 mm / 25,6“
500 mm / 19,68“
166 dm³ / 43,8 gal
410 mm / 16,14“
750 mm / 29,52“
498 mm / 19,60“
220 dm³ / 58,11 gal
410 mm / 16,14“
465 kg /1026 lb
495 kg /1092 lb
650 kg /1433 lb
690 kg /1522 lb
3x380-415V+N 50/60Hz
3x380-415V 50/60Hz
3x440-480V 50/60Hz
3x220-240V 50Hz
1x220-240V 50/60Hz - not applicable for electrical heating
1x200-208V 50/60Hz - not applicable for electrical heating
3x200-208V 50/60Hz
3x208-240V 60Hz
-6% to +10% of the voltage supply ±1 Hz
11,3kW
14,3kW
20,3kW
2,3kW
2,2kW
21,6kW
3,6 kW
3kW
100mA, class B
Use „slow“ type Protection Devices (circuit breakers: curve D)
20A
16A (15A)
20A
16A
32A
25A
40A
25A
63A
32A
Tab.3.2.
20A
(2)
16A(15A)
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DRY LOAD CAPACITY (1/10)
WASHING FUNCTIONS
Washing
High extracting
G-factor
WATER CONNECTION
Water pressure range
Recommended pressure
Water inlet
Maximal water temperature
DRAIN CONNECTION
Drain valve diameter
Flow amount with drain valve
MACHINE VENTING
Venting connection of outer drum
STEAM CONNECTION
Steam connection
Steam pressure low
Steam pressure high
CONSUMPTIONS
Light soiled fabrics, wash 60°C (1)
Without electrical heating
With electrical heating
Steam consumption
16 kg / 35 lb
22 kg / 50 lb
45 RPM
980 RPM
350
915 RPM
350
42 RPM
0,1-0,8 MPa / 1-8 bar / 14,5-116 PSI
0,3-0,5 MPa / 3-5 bar / 43-73 PSI
BSP 3/4“
90°C / 194°F
Ø 76 mm / 3“
3,5 l / s
Ø 75 mm / 3“
G1/2“
1-3 bar / 14,5 - 44 PSI
3-8 bar / 44-116 PSI
0,5 kWh
3,5 kWh
-
0,7 kWh
3,8 kWh
15 kg.cycle-1 / 33 lbs.cycle-1
-1
-1
0,028 kg.sec / 0,062 lbs.sec
WORKING CONDITIONS
Ambient temperature
Relative humidity
Height above sea level
Storage temperature
FLOOR DATA
Max.static load on floor
Max.dynamic load on floor
Frequency of dynamic load
NOISE
Equivalent sound power
level Leq (dB(A))
+5°C (41°F) to +35°C (95°F)
30% to 90% without condensation
up to 1000 m / 3280 ft
0°C (32°F) to +55°C (131°F)
5450N
1220 N
16Hz
7860N
1626N
15Hz
< 70 dB(A)
< 70 dB(A)
Tab.3.2. continuation
dimensions including protruding parts
* maximum
- depends of cold and hot water supply temperature and wash program setup
(1)
(2)
8
- if the voltage indication is 200-208V 3AC or 208-240V 3AC, the value is max. 16A (15A)
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3.3. DIMENSIONS AND PLACEMENT OF COMPONENTS ON THE MACHINE
6 kg / 13 lb, 7 kg / 18 lb, 10 kg / 25 lb
1. Control panel
2. Connection liquid soap
3. Serial plate
4. Air relieve
5. Water supply
6. Air vent holes, Frequency inverter
7. Fuses
8. Main switch
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13 kg / 30 lb,16 kg / 35 lb, 22 kg / 50 lb
Fig.3.3.
9. Electrical supply connection
10. Drain
11. Adjustable feet
12. Steam connection
13. Soap dispenser
14. Plastic box for electrical connection to liquid
soap pumps
15. Earth connection
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6 kg / 13 lb
7 kg / 18 lb
10 kg / 25 lb
13 kg / 30 lb
16 kg / 35 lb
22 kg / 50 lb
A
660 mm /
25,98“
660 mm /
25,98“
660 mm /
25,98“
835 mm /
32,87“
835 mm /
32,87“
900 mm /
35,43“
B
685 mm /
26,97“
685 mm /
26,97“
785 mm /
30,91“
845 mm /
33,26“
960 mm /
37,8“
1085 mm /
42,71“
C
1080 mm /
42,52“
1080 mm /
42,52“
1140 mm /
44,88“
1295 mm /
50,98“
1295 mm /
50,98“
1430 mm /
56,29“
D
560 mm /
22,05“
560 mm /
22,05“
560 mm /
22,05“
715 mm /
28,15“
715 mm /
28,15“
799 mm /
31,45“
E
585 mm /
23,03“
585 mm /
23,03“
685 mm /
26,97“
500 mm /
19,68“
815 mm /
32,09“
846 mm /
33,30“
F
20 mm /
0,79“
20 mm /
0,79“
20 mm /
0,79“
-
-
-
G
420 mm /
15,54“
420 mm /
15,54“
480 mm /
18,90“
430 mm /
16,92“
430 mm /
16,92“
585 mm /
23,03“
H
263 mm /
10,35“
263 mm /
10,35“
263 mm /
10,35“
300 mm /
11,81“
300 mm /
11,81“
263 mm /
10,35“
I
910 mm /
35,83“
910 mm /
35,83“
970 mm /
38,19“
1135 mm /
44,68“
1135 mm /
44,68“
1225 mm /
48,22“
J
103 mm /
4,06“
103 mm /
4,06“
103 mm /
4,06“
120 mm /
4,72“
120 mm /
4,72“
103 mm /
4,06“
K
980 mm /
38,58“
980 mm /
38,58“
1040 mm /
40,94“
1195 mm /
47“
1195 mm /
47“
1315 mm /
51,77“
L
44 mm /
1,73“
44 mm /
1,73“
44 mm /
1,73“
135 mm /
5,31“
44 mm /
1,73“
450 mm /
17,71“
M
835 mm /
32,87“
835 mm /
32,87“
895 mm /
35,24“
1015 mm /
39,96“
1015 mm /
39,96“
1285 mm /
50,59“
N
78 mm /
3,07“
78 mm /
3,07“
78 mm /
3,07“
60 mm /
2,36“
55 mm /
2,16“
140 mm /
5,51“
O
375 mm /
14,76“
375 mm /
14,76“
375 mm /
14,76“
415 mm /
16,33“
415 mm /
16,33“
720 mm /
28,34“
P
15 mm /
0,6“
15 mm /
0,6“
15 mm /
0,6“
20 mm /
0,79“
20 mm /
0,79“
20 mm /
0,79“
Q
445 mm /
17,52“
445 mm /
17,52“
445 mm /
17,52“
530 mm /
20,86“
530 mm /
20,86“
530 mm /
20,86“
R
700 mm /
27,56“
700 mm /
27,56“
700 mm /
27,56“
700 mm /
27,56“
700 mm /
27,56“
700 mm /
27,56“
S
600 mm /
23,62“
600 mm /
23,62“
600 mm /
23,62“
600 mm /
23,62“
600 mm /
23,62“
600 mm /
23,62“
T
68 mm /
2,67“
68 mm /
2,67“
68 mm /
2,67“
200 mm /
7,87“
200 mm /
7,87“
168 mm /
6,61“
U
850 mm /
33,46“
850 mm /
33,46“
850 mm /
33,46“
1060 mm /
41,73“
1060 mm /
41,73“
1092 mm /
42,92“
V
-
-
339 mm /
13,34“
470 mm /
18,5“
470 mm /
18,5“
445 mm /
17,52“
W
-
-
874 mm /
34,40“
1052 mm /
41,41“
1052 mm /
41,41“
1140 mm /
44,88“
Tab.3.3.
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4. MACHINE INSTALLATION
4.1. MACHINE INSPECTION
When the machine is delivered, it is necessary to do a visual inspection for any damage that may have occurred
during transit. If the package or pallet are damaged or signs of possible damage are evident, let the carrier
note the condition on the shipping papers before the shipping receipt is signed.
Remove the package as soon as possible and check if the information on the serial plate correspond with your
order. The serial plate is located on the rear of the machine, fig.4.1. This determines the type of model
you have bought, the voltage and the serial number.
Fig.4.1. Serial plate
Check if the machine is not damaged and if all the accessories are included according to your order.
The accessories and manuals are located inside the machine.
4.2. WASHER STORAGE
When the machine will be stored after delivery, be sure this is followed:
– Use the delivered package to protect the machine against moisture and dirt.
– The washer must not be installed or stored in an area where it will be exposed to water and/or weather.
Avoid damp conditions where water or moisture could run down the walls and covers of the washer or cover
the floor around the washer. Do not install the washer above an open gutter. Close any nearby gutters
so that waste water steam cannot collect near/inside the washer.
– If possible, leave the machine in the transporting package or at least let it set on the transporting wooden
until the time of final installation on the foundation according the chapter 4.3. of this manual.
4.3. WASHER POSITIONING
! WARNING!
IF THE MACHINE IS LOCATED ON AN ELEVATED BASE FOR EASIER OPERATION.
THE MACHINE MUST BE SECURED FOR SAFETY REASONS.
– All passages and spaces the machine has to be transported through at installation should be reasonably
dimensioned to meet the height and width of the machine including the package.
– Remove the packaging, loosen the rear panel (see fig.4.10., pos.4) and the service panel (pos.3).
Remove the four bolts, which holds the machine on the wooden pallet.
Lift up the machine carefully, take care not to damage the machine components.
– Never push, pull or press the components protruding from the contour line of machine (control panel, door,
control elements, water inlet and outlet pipes, etc.).
– Make sure that the loading door is closed during handling.
– Take care that the floor at final position is underneath supported. The washer should not be installed
on an upper floor or over a basement without approval of structural engineer about the requirements
of permissible loading, vibrations and noise level in the building.
– Take care that the floor where the machines will be placed is not combustible.
– At final position, leave clearance around the machine like indicated in fig.3.3., for running conditions
and maintenance access.
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INSTALLING, LEVELING FREELY ON THE FLOOR
! WARNING!
THE MACHINE MUST RELIABLY REST IN ALL FOUR CORNERS OF THE MACHINE!
THE MACHINE MAY NOT ROCK.
THE MACHINE MUST BE IN WATER LEVELLED POSITION.
The machine is to be located on a not elevated leveled concrete floor that comply with static and dynamic
stress of the machine. The friction coefficient must be higher then 0,5 between the rubber feet or sheet
and the floor material. Do not place the machine on a smooth surface but on a rough floor material like concrete.
If the friction coefficient is less, then the machine can move while spinning. If this should happens fasten the machine,
see „INSTALLING, LEVELING AND SECURE ON AN ELEVATION“.
MACHINES 6 kg / 13 lb, 7 kg / 18 lb, 10 kg / 25 lb
Position the machine only on his 4 adjustable rubber feet. The rubber feet are screwed on the bottom
of the machine frame and are adjustable with a wrench size 13 mm / 0.5“ and 17 mm / 0.7“. Check the position
of the top of the machine by a water level and adjust machine feet, fig.3.3., pos.11. Adjust the four rubber
feet until the machine is leveled in such a way that they push equally on the floor. Once adjusted, tighten the nut
M10 back to the bottom of the frame as counter nut.
MACHINES 16 kg / 35 lb, 13 kg / 30 lb, 22 kg / 50 lb
The machine doesn’t have rubber feet for adjustment to water level. When it is necessary use thin hard plates
of 10 x 10 cm / 3.93“ x 3.93“ with thickness of 1 mm / 0.04“ and place them under the frame corner of the lowest
position. Use more of them until the machines stands water level and doesn’t rock, taking care that the machine
is in the lowest possible position. Secure these hard plates so they can not move anymore.
Place between the four corners of the frame and the supporting floor points a thin rubber sheet of 10 x 10 cm /
3.93“ x 3.93“ with thickness between 1-2 mm / 0.04“ - 0.08“ maximum.
If the machine with his cabinet rocks can it damage the machine cabinet. The manufacturer is not responsible
for consequences caused by a wrong installation. Therefore we advice to secure the machine always,
see chapter „INSTALLING, LEVELING AND SECURE ON AN ELEVATION“.
INSTALLING, LEVELING FREELY ON AN ELEVATION BASE
ONLY FOR MACHINES 6 kg / 13 lb, 7 kg / 18 lb, 10 kg / 25 lb
If you choose to place the machine freely on a metal base or pad, use a U-profile to secure the machine position.
Fix the U-profile to the iron frame by welding or fix it to the floor by anchoring bolts. This is necessary to prevent
that the machine can not move from the base. A metal base can be accordingly fig.4.3.A. Place the machine
front rubber feet in the U-profile. Install and level the machine like indicated in paragraph „INSTALLING, LEVELING
FREELY ON THE FLOOR“.
Fig.4.3.A Design of metal base
! WARNING!
NEVER APPLY THIS FOR A 13 kg / 30 lb, 16 kg / 35 lb, 22 kg / 50 lb MACHINES.
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The machine can also be secured to a mounting base or foundation by means of bolts and anchoring bolts
to assure the safety. When a concrete pad or a frame is used then is the maximum height 305 mm / 12“.
The pad or frame must be designed so that it can carry the static and dynamic forces. The thickness of iron
profiles is minimum 4 mm / 0.158“.
For 6kg/13lb, 7kg/18lb, 10kg/25lb machine, remove the four rubber feet from the machine frame.
Do not tighten anchoring bolts before the concrete base around the bolts is completely secured.
Tighten the anchoring bolts with the prescribed torque of the bolts.
1. Bolt M8
2. Securing nut
3. Nut M8
4. Machine frame
5. Washer
6. Elevation frame
7. Concrete floor
8. Anchoring bolt
Fig.4.3.B. On an elevation
Fig.4.3.C. Frame fixation dimensions
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6 kg / 13 lb
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
14
660 mm /
25,98“
560 mm /
22,05“
50 mm /
1,97“
685 mm /
26,97“
455 mm /
17,91“
130 mm /
5,12“
115 mm /
4,53“
7 kg / 18 lb
10 kg / 25 lb
13 kg / 30 lb
660 mm /
660 mm /
830 mm /
25,98“
25,98“
32,7“
560 mm /
560 mm /
715 mm /
22,05“
22,05“
28,1“
50 mm /
50 mm /
57,5 mm /
1,97“
1,97“
2,26“
685 mm /
785 mm /
845 mm /
26,97“
30,91“
33,26“
455 mm /
565 mm /
500 mm /
17,91“
22,24“
19,68“
130 mm /
130 mm /
178,5 mm /
5,12“
5,12“
7,02“
115 mm /
115 mm /
135 mm /
4,53“
4,53“
5,32“
Tab.4.3. Distances anchoring bolts
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16 kg / 35 lb
22 kg / 50 lb
830 mm /
32,7“
715 mm /
28,1“
57,5 mm /
2,26“
960 mm /
37,8“
815 mm /
32,09“
80 mm /
3,15“
135 mm /
5,32“
900 mm /
35,43“
799 mm /
31,45“
50,5 mm /
1,98“
1085 mm /
42,71“
846 mm /
33,30“
39,5 mm /
1,55“
121 mm /
4,76“
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4.4. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
GENERAL
The machine has been designed for connecting to the electrical network according the specification of your order.
Before connection check the electrical data stated on the data plate (fig.3.3., pos.3), if they correspond to your
electrical network. An individual branch circuit needs to be used for each machine. The way of the connection
is described in fig.4.4.A. For electrical protection, there must be installed a residual current device (RCD)
and a circuit breaker in the electrical installation of the building (laundry switchboard).
For correct selection see below.
IMPORTANT:
– If the machine is not equipped with a main switch then supply disconnecting devices need to be provided
in the installation for all electrical supplies connected to the machine, in accordance with EN 60204-1 standard,
point 5.3.
– Make sure the supply voltage is always within the limits specified in the chapter „3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS“
in all circumstances. When you have long distances in the electrical installation, it may be necessary to use
bigger cables to reduce the voltage drop.
– When the machine is connected near a large capacity power supply transformer (500kVA or more, wiring
length shorter than 10 m) or there is a power capacitor switch-over, a power supply improving reactor must
be installed. If you do not install this, the inverter may get damaged. Contact your sales office for more info.
! WARNING!
GROUNDING: IN EVENT OF MALFUNCTION OR BREAKDOWN OR LEAKAGE CURRENT, THE GROUNDING
WILL REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND SERVE AS A PROTECTING DEVICE,
BY PROVIDING A PATH OF LEAST RESISTANCE OF ELECTRICAL CURRENT.
THEREFORE IT IS VERY IMPORTANT AND THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLER TO ASSURE
THE WASHER IS ADEQUATELY GROUNDED AT THE POINT OF INSTALLATION TAKING
INTO CONSIDERATIONS THE NATIONAL AND LOCAL CONDITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS.
1. Residual current device (RCD)
2. Laundry electrical switchboard
3. Supply protection device
4. Washing machine
5. Phase conductors
6. Protective conductor
7. Main switch inlet terminal switchboard
8. Neutral conductor
Fig.4.4.A Machine connection to electrical network (with a residual current device)
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RESIDUAL CURRENT DEVICE (RCD)
In some countries an RCD is known as an „earth leakage trip“ or „Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter“ (GFCI)
or an „Appliance Leakage Current Interrupter“ (ALCI) or „earth (ground) leakage current breaker“.
Specifications:
– Tripping current: 100mA (if locally not available/allowed use a 30mA trip current, preferably selective type
with small time delay set)
– Install max. 2 machines on each RCD (for 30mA, only 1 machine)
– Type B. There are components inside the machine which make use of DC voltages and therefor a „type B“ RCD
is necessary. For information only: Type B is better preformance than type A, and type A is better than type AC.
When locally allowed, there must always be installed an RCD. In some power network earthing systems
(IT, TN-C,…), an RCD might not be allowed (see also IEC 60364).
Some washer control circuits are supplied with a separating transformer. Therefore the RCD may not detect
faults in the control circuits (but the fuse(s) of the separating transformer will).
SUPPLY PROTECTION DEVICE
A supply protection device basically protects the machine and wiring against overloads and short circuits.
As supply protection device, you can use either (glow-wire) fuses or (automatic) circuit breakers.
See the table „Technical specifications“ for the rating of the nominal current and other specifications of the supply
protection device. In this table there is specified that the protection must be the „slow“ type, for circuit breakers
this means curve D. Although not recommended, if for some reason you can not use a slow type, select
the protection device with 1 step higher nominal current rating to avoid disconnecting during start-up.
SUPPLY CABLE
The supply cable is not delivered with the machine.
Specifications:
– conductors with copper cores
– stranded conductors are strongly recommended (flexible wiring) to avoid conductor breaking because of vibration
– THE CROSS SECTION DEPENDS ON THE USED SUPPLY PROTECTION DEVICE. SEE TABLE 4.4.,
FOR THE MINIMAL CROSS SECTION
– As short as possible, directly from the supply protection device to the washer without branching off.
– No plug or extension cords: The machine is intended to be permanently connected to the electrical network
Connection:
– Insert the cable through the hole in the on the rear panel, insure a strain relief (turnbuckle) is used so that the supply
cable can not move.
– Strip the conductor ends according fig.4.4.B.
– The protective conductor must be longer so that when the cable is pulled out accidentally, this conductor
is disconnected the last one!
– With stranded conductors, use „wire end tubes“ with an insulated sleeve (6) for L1/U, (L2/V), (L3/W), (N)
conductors. Make sure there can not be make accidental contact, since the supply cable stays under voltage
even when the main switch is off.
– Crimp a ring terminal (eyelet) to the protection conductor for good fixation to the PE terminal.
– Connect the supply cable conductors to the incoming terminals (main switch (1)) marked with L1/U, (L2/V),
(L3/W), (N), and the terminal (copper screw) marked with PE, see fig.4.4.C.
– Provide a sag in the cable, in front of the cable strain relief. This will avoid ingress of condensed water
into the machine, see fig.4.4.C.
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Power supply protection device nominal
current (US)
Automatic circuit breakers
16A (15A)
20A (20A)
25A (-)
40A (40A)
63A(-)
80A
100A
125A
Fuses
10A (10A)
16A (15A)
20A (20A)
32A (30A)
50A (50A)
63A
80A
100A
Min. phase conductor
2
section in mm (AWG)
Min. Protection
conductor section in
mm2 (AWG)
1,5 mm² (AWG 15)
2,5 mm² (AWG 13)
4 mm² (AWG 11)
6 mm² (AWG 9)
10 mm² (AWG 7)
16 mm²
25 mm²
35 mm²
1,5 mm² (AWG 15)
2,5 mm² (AWG 13)
4 mm² (AWG 11)
6 mm² (AWG 9)
10 mm² (AWG 7)
16 mm²
16 mm²
25 mm²
Tab.4.4. Manufacturer’s recommended minimal conductor section
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Protection conductor
Phase conductor
Phase conductor
Phase conductor
Neutral conductor
Molded tube
The stripped length of conductors
Fig.4.4.B Adaptation of conductor ends of supply cable
1.
2.
3.
4.
Main switch
Turnbuckle
Sag of inlet cable
Fig.4.4.C Connection of main power inlet
MACHINE PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTION AND EQUIPOTENTIAL BONDING
Independent of the supply cable, the washer must be connected to the laundry protective earth system
with a separate conductor. The protection conductor, enabling this connection, is not included with the washer.
If there are other washers/appliances with exposed conductive parts, which can be touched simultaneously,
make sure to make equipotential bonding between all these appliances. The external protective terminal for
this purpose is located on the rear panel of the machine frame, (fig.4.4.D., pos.3). The minimum protection
conductor’s cross section depends on the supply cable cross section and can be found in table 4.4.
2
However, for the protection purposes with the supply cable section of min. 4 mm we recommend to select
2
a larger conductor section, i.e. 6 mm .
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1. Washing machine (rear view)
2. Laundry protective earth connection
3. Washing machine external protective
terminal
4. Protective conductor - washing
machine connection
5. Earth mark
Fig.4.4.D.
MULTIPLE MACHINES IN LINE SINGLE PHASE
When multiple single phase machines are connected to the same electrical network, it is necessary to connect
the machines according to fig.4.4.E. The phase of the frequency control and motor which is connected
to the terminal inside the machine, has to be connected alternatively for the first machine with the first phase
L1 of the network, the second machine with the second phase L2, ... The fourth machine must again be connected
to the first phase L1. This assures a better load of the electrical network.
Fig.4.4.E Multiple machines in line
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4.5. WATER CONNECTION
The washer is equipped with 3/4“ BSP (British Standard Pipe Thread) hot and cold water inlet valves, indicated
by a sticker next to the inlet. Use the water inlet hoses that accompany the washer as they are properly adapted
to the water valves and appliance. NEVER use a rigid connection to the water supply.
There are 2 kinds of water inlet hoses, water inlet hoses with at both sides BSP threaded nuts or at one side
a BSP nut and a NPT nut on the other end. The NPT Nut is marked with groove.
For best operation of the washer, water pressure must between 43 - 73 PSI (pound per square inch)
or 0.3 - 0.5 MPa. Water pressure that is below minimum requirements can lengthen the wash cycle
or/and not allow proper function of the washer.
It is also necessary to connect ALL available water inlets to a water supply. If a hard water supply is not present,
connect it with soft cold water. If no hot water supply is present, contact your dealer for the proper required action.
TO INSTALL
Flush the water system in order to remove any particles that may be in the water system. Insert a „screen
seal hose washer“ into the faucet connection end of the inlet hose and the standard hose seal washer
at the opposite end of the inlet hose. When connecting inlet hoses, be sure hose connections are not
cross-threaded on the water valves. Tighten securely by hand plus 1/4 turn with pliers. DO NOT over tighten
as this will strip threads on the water valve(s). The water hardness can have an influence on the wash results.
The soap supplier can help you with making the right decisions concerning hard water, soft water, washing
programs, type of soap and other related items to give the best wash results.
HOT WATER
IMPORTANT -- TEMPERATURE IN WASHING TUB
The electronic controller uses the temperature sensor in the tub to control the temperature of the washing bath.
There are a lot of things that have influence on the temperature measurement. Therefore the temperature
control of the washing bath is not very precise.
In principle, the manufacturer strives that the real temperature inside the washer is never higher than the programmed
temperature so that textile linen will not be damaged because of too high temperature.
If for certain applications a very precise washing bath temperature is necessary, appropriate measures must
be taken. If any part needs to be replaced (wash controller, temperature sensor,...) and your application needs
very precise temperatures, appropriate measures must be taken. The manufacturer will refuse any responsibility
for all consequences because of inaccurate temperatures inside the washing machine tub. The hot water supply
needs to be large enough to provide the required hot water for the installed washers. For good wash results
we advise a hot water supply that is set between 140 - 160°F / 70 - 80°C. To determinate the boiler capacity you
can use the data in below table. Please be aware that this is an average and depends highly of the boiler, boiler
temperature, linen, program set up and washing program used.
CAPACITY
Hot water
dm3
gal
6-7 kg / 13-18 lb
10 kg / 25 lb
15
16
4
4.5
16 kg / 35 lb
22 kg / 50 lb
31
40
8
10,6
Tab.4.5.A
WATER CONSUMPTION
The water consumption depends on the programmed values in the controller. These default values can be found
in the program manual. For a pre-wash and wash the low water level (LL) is used. The high water level (HL)
is used for rinsing. The programmed units correspond to an average amount of water. You can calculate
the total water consumption in one washing program by counting up the amount of water by each washing
step. Be aware of the fact that these are only indicative values. The values received from this calculation is only
an estimation of the real water consumption. The deviation depends on many circumstances. In the wash
cycle for example there will be taken a mix of warm water and cold water. The mix of the water depends
on the temperature of both. The total amount of water consumed depends also on the loading, type of linen
and the the drum rotation.
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4.6. STEAM CONNECTION
!
WARNING!
INSTALL A STEAM SUPPLY DISCONNECTING DEVICE IN THE VICINITY OF EACH WASHER.
DISCONNECT THE STEAM SUPPLY ALWAYS BEFORE ANY SERVICE OR INTERVENTION, GIVING
SUFFICIENT TIME TO COOL DOWN THE PARTS TO AVOID INJUIRES.
! WARNING!
IT IS NECESSARY TO INSERT A FILTER WITH PERMEABILITY UP TO 300 MICROMETERS IN FRONT
OF THE STEAM VALVE. POSSIBLE DIRT BIGGER THAN 300 MICROMETERS MIGHT DAMAGE THE STEAM
VALVE AND CAN CAUSE ITS LEAKAGE.
For dimensions of steam connection information, see fig.3.3., and technical specification table.
Use an inlet steam pressure hoses only, adapted to the steam valve with appropriate seal that is suitable
for the applied working pressure.
Take care that by the installation and connection of the steam supply the necessary measure are taken that accidental
contact is prevented, this for all persons. Due to the high temperature, direct injury will appear.
4.7. WATER DRAIN CONNECTION
The machine is equipped with a drain valve of OD 76 mm (3“). The drain outlet is situated on the rear of the machine.
The drain has to be connected to the waste channel-pipe. You can use the elbow, which is a part of the delivery
when ordered. Secure the elbow with clamps.
A WASTE CHANNEL CAN NOT BE LOCATED UNDER THE MACHINE AND MUST BE LOWER
THAN THE DRAIN PIPE BECAUSE THE WATER DISCHARGES FROM THE MACHINE BY GRAVITY.
DO NOT REDUCE THE DIAMETER OF THE MACHINE DRAIN PIPE.
1. Waste channel cover
2. Drain elbow ∅76 mm / 3“
3. Clamp
4. Waste channel
Fig.4.7.A. Design of the waste channel
6 kg / 13 lb
X1
7 kg / 18 lb
73 mm / 2,87“
10 kg / 25 lb
13 kg / 30 lb
16 kg / 35 lb
22 kg / 50 lb
60 mm / 2,36“
55 mm / 2,16“
140 mm / 5,51“
X2
> 100 mm / 3.93“
X3
> 20 mm / 0.78“
The main drain channel-pipe must have the capacity to be able to handle the total output of all connected
machines. In a drainpipe, a deodorized must be provided every twenty meter, fig.4.7.B., pos.1 to assure
the good working of the drain pipe. If the main drain pipe cannot be sufficiently deodorized, install a deodorizer
per machine. Every time a machine is coupled on the drainpipe, the diameter of the tube or the width of the waste
channel must be more. See, fig.4.7.B., D1, D2, D3.
The recommended drain pipes diameter are:
D1 = 75 mm / 3“ for one machine
D2 = 100 mm / 4“ for two machines
D3 = 125 mm / 5“ for three machines
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Fig.4.7.B. Recommended drain pipe diameters
4.8. VENTING
! WARNING!
VAPOURS ESCAPE FROM THE MACHINE THROUGH THE AIR VENT OPENING!
(FIGURE 3.3., POSITION 4), DO NOT COVER.
The vent air opening is part of the back flow prevention water system. It also takes care that the tub can not
be pressurized by water intake and vapor of the hot water. It allows also proper measuring of the water level.
For the safety of everyone make sure that unauthorized persons cannot reach the backside of the machine.
Notwithstanding the fact that it is not advised and if measures were taken, you can connect the machine venting
pipe to the laundry central duct for exhausting the vapor out of the building. For placing of connection points see
fig.3.3. The piping material must withstand a temperature of 80°C / 176°F and generated machine vibrations.
The central duct for multiple venting must be dimensioned for the total cross section of venting pipes of all machines.
Take care that this installation can not create any injury at anyway.
4.9. LIQUID SOAP CONNECTION
General
Important
Caution
: Always use liquid soap pumps with a flow rate that can bring the requested quantity in less
than 30sec.
: Start pumping immediately after the water valves are open. The incoming water dilutes the liquid
soap and brings it into the tub assembly.
: The machines are produces in two versions:
Without liquid soap (standard version)
With liquid soap (according to the request)
Secure the location of the wiring and hoses in such a way that they can not be pinched, damaged
or rubbed. Before you start to use liquid soap, check with your liquid soap supplier whether
the liquid soap is harmless and inert to HD-PE and PVC material in order to avoid a problem
that manufacturer is not responsible for.
To rebuild the machine from the version „Without liquid soap“ to the version „With liquid soap“
follow the service instruction no. 529621.
The washer has provisions for connecting external dosing of liquid soaps. On the back side, a plastic hose
connection part is present, fig.4.9.A to connect the liquid soap hoses. Depending of the number of liquid soap pumps
that will be used, drill holes (max. 5) of Ø 8 mm / 0.315“ in the plastic hose connection part for each pump.
On the plastic hose connection part is also a nipple of Ø 12 mm / ½“. Use this nipple ONLY for entering
diluted soap. Drill with Ø 11.5 mm / 0.45“. By default, these nipples are closed. Drill only the ones that will
be used. Take care that the drill particles are carefully removed so that they can not clog up the hoses
and openings.
Fig.4.9.A Plastic hose connection part
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! WARNING!
CHECK THAT THE HOSE CONNECTIONS ARE TIGHT (CHECK THE CLAMPS)! ANY LEAKAGE OF CHEMICALS
MAY CAUSE SERIOUS BODY INJURIES AS WELL AS SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE WASHER. IF ONE
OF THE NIPPLES ARE OPEN, CLOSE AND SECURE THE OPENING WITH AN APPROPRIATE COVER.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
The power supply of the liquid soap supply system has to be connected to an external electrical source. Only
authorized workers with a valid qualification must execute the electrical connection on the machine according
to the valid local standards. The correct connection way can be found on the wiring diagram that is located
inside the cabinet in a plastic bag. Do not connect the liquid soap pump system in the washer.
ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER WITH BLUE PCB AND GRAPHICAL DISPLAY
For electric connection of supply control signals a plastic box is available on the back side of the machine
(see fig.4.9.B., pos.57) with the terminal box with LED signalization of activation of the respective pump, (pos.50).
Under the terminal box there is a label for electric connection, fig.4.9.B. Detail connection of signals could
be also found on the electric scheme of the machine. Signals for supply pumps control are 24V AC. Maximum
current for control circuits of pumps must be limited to 10mA. Lead the cable for connection of pumps control
signals through the plastic cable bushing, pos.19. After connection of conductors to the respective positions
of the connector „P“ (screw clamps), fix up the cable by tightening the cable bushing) against disconnection
and close the box with the cover. For details about liquid soap supply system programming, see Programming
manual.
Electrical connection label
Fig.4.9.B Rear panel
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4.10. PUTTING THE MACHINE INTO SERVICE
!
WARNING!
DO NOT OPERATE THE MACHINE WITHOUT REMOVING THE TRANSPORT BRACES.
OTHERWISE THIS CAN LEAD TO INJURY TO PEOPLE AND DAMAGE THE MACHINE.
DO NOT TRANSPORT THE MACHINE WITHOUT TRANSPORT BRACES MOUNTED.
The machine is blocked for transport. This eliminates all possible movement of the tub assembly during transportation.
The transport braces must be removed prior putting your machine into service.
1. machines 6 kg / 13 lb, 7 kg / 18 lb, 10 kg / 25 lb, 13 kg / 30 lb, 16 kg / 35 lb - two transport braces
2. machine 22 kg / 50 lb - three transport braces
IMPORTANT NOTE: UNSCREW ONLY THE BOLTS AND NUTS WHERE INDICATED!
1. Remove transport brace front, fig.4.10., pos.1.
2. Remove transport brace rear right, fig.4.10., pos.2.
3. Remove transport brace rear left, fig.4.10., pos.2., applicable for 22 kg / 50 lb.
After removing the transport braces put the service panel, fig.4.10., pos.3 and the rear panel, pos.4 back
on the machine. Keep the shipping brackets pos.1, 2 for possible future transportation.
Transport braces, 6 kg / 13 lb, 7 kg / 18 lb, 10 kg / 25 lb, 13 kg / 30 lb, 16 kg / 35 lb
Transport braces 22 kg / 50 lb
Fig.4.10.
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CHECKING BEFORE PUTTING INTO SERVICE
1. Make sure the transport braces are removed.
2. Put out all items from wash drum.
3. Check the machine horizontal position.
4. Check connection and clearance of your drain, channel or central drainage.
5. Check protective connection (earth) and electrical supply connection.
6. Open water valves to machine and check hose and connections for leaks.
7. Read carefully the „User's manual“.
8. Check the vibration switch function during extracting.
9. Check the emergency function.
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5. MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENTS
WARNING!
ALWAYS FOLLOW SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS! DO NOT BYPASS ANY SAFETY DEVICES OR THEIR
PARTS. ANY INTERFERENCE TO THE MACHINE FUNCTIONS AND CONSTRUCTION ARE PROHIBITED!
USE THE PROPER CHEMICAL AGENTS WHICH AVOID CALCIUM SEDIMENTS ON HEATING ELEMENTS
AND OTHER MACHINE PARTS. DISCUSS THIS ISSUE WITH YOUR SUPPLIER OF WASHING PRODUCTS.
THE MANUFACTURER OF THE MACHINE IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DAMAGE OF HEATING
ELEMENTS AND OTHER MACHINE PARTS DUE TO CALCIUM SEDIMENTS.
DO NOT OPERATE THE MACHINE WITH BROKEN / MISSING PARTS OR OPENED COVERS!
BEFORE MAINTENANCE WORK DISCONNECT THE MACHINE POWER SUPPLY!
WHEN THE MAIN SWITCH IS TURNED OFF THE INLET TERMINALS OF THE MACHINE MAIN SWITCH
ARE STILL UNDER CURRENT! THAT IS THE WAY TO AVOID INJURIES.
!
When replacing any parts of the machine, exchange them with original parts obtained from your dealer or ordered
through the spare parts manual.
5.1. MAINTENANCE
CHECKING AND MAINTENANCE DAILY
1. Remove the linen or other parts (paperclips, needles, …) that are left lying in the drum to avoid injuries
and damage to the rubber door seal, seals, glass etc.
2. Clean the door seal from any remaining detergent and other foreign matter.
Do not use solvents, acids or grease to clean the rubber door gasket!
3. Clean the top and body when water or detergent traces are on the machine. Use a damped cloth, do not use
abrasive cleaners. Dry with a soft cloth.
4. Hoppers must be cleaned at the end of each working day. Remove sediments inside the reservoir by means
of a plastic spatula and splash by water.
5. Check water and possible steam inlets for leakage.
6. At the end of the working day, open the machine door to allow airing out the machine and to prolong the door
gasket life service. We recommend to shut off all electrical power inlets and main water inlets.
CHECKING AND MAINTENANCE EVERY THREE MONTHS
1. Check if the drain valve is not leaking during the wash process. It is also important that the valve opens
properly afterwards (drain valve opens when electrical power falls out). Wash out the drain if the water
doesn’t drain fluent.
2. Check for the belt tightness or possible damage; therefore remove the machine rear cover.
3. Check the tightness of the bolts according to chapter „5.2.6. Tightening moments“.
4. Check visually all hoses and connection inside the machine for leaking.
5. Make sure that the control components are protected against moisture and dust during the clean up.
Wipe and clean up the machine inside.
6. On machines with electric heating check the tightening of the contacts of heating elements terminals
and other power terminals (main switch, fuse disconnectors, contactors).
7. Tighten the contacts of heating elements terminals on machines with electrical heating.
CHECKING AND MAINTENANCE EVERY SIX MONTHS
1. The filters in the water connection at the valves need to be cleaned. Turn off the tap. Unscrew the hoses
at the back of the appliance. Take out the filter at the center with pointed pliers, clean and re-insert.
When re-attaching the hoses, make sure that the seals are seated correctly. Check water inlets for leaks.
Tighten the connections or replace the seals of the inlet hose if necessary.
! WARNING!
BEFORE REMOVING TOP OR BACK PANEL OF THE MACHINE, SWITCH POWER OFF AND WAIT
FOR AT LEAST 10 MINUTES. BEFORE STARTING INSPECTION OF FREQUENCY INVERTER,
CHECK FOR RESIDUAL VOLTAGE ACROSS MAIN CIRCUIT TERMINALS + AND -. THIS VOLTAGE
MUST BE BELOW 30VDC BEFORE YOU CAN ACCESS THE INVERTER FOR INSPECTION.
2. Remove dirt and dust, clean, and verify functionality from:
– the cooling fin of the inverter
– the motor cooling fins
– the internal ventilator of the inverter (if present)
– the external ventilator (if present)
– the external air relieves of the machine
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5.2. ADJUSTMENTS AND PART'S EXCHANGES
5.2.1. ADJUSTMENT OF DOOR SEAL PRESSURE
MACHINES 6 kg / 13 lb, 7 kg / 18 lb, 10 kg / 25 lb, 13 kg / 30 lb, fig.5.2.1.A
If there is a water leakage around the door area, it is necessary to find out what caused the problem. A reason
can be due to the door seal pressure should be adjusted or if the door shift out of position. In some cases
the door seal has to be replaced.
1. For increasing (decreasing) the pressure of the door gasket, take off spacers (pos.1) (add spacers) between
the door frame and the hinge blocks. Therefore remove the screws (pos.4) on the door frame. Tighten
the screws again after positioning the spacers. Add a screw lock to secure the torque.
2. After adjustment, the door seal pressure must be verified as follows, the door handle, in closed position,
should be pushed away from the doorlock with about 5 mm due to the tub rubber against door rubber gasket
at the hinge side.
3. Adjust the center position of the door by loosening the screws (pos.4) on the door hinge. The door pin must be right
in the center of the doorlock opening with the tolerance to above. Tighten the screws (pos.4) again after correct
centering of the door. Add a screw lock to secure the torque.
1. Adjusting spacers of the door hinge
2. Door seal
3. Door glass
4. Bolts of the door hinge
5. Door frame
Fig.5.2.1.A Door fastening
ADJUSTMENT OF PRESSURE ON THE HINGE SIDE FOR MACHINES 16 kg / 35 lb, 22 kg / 50lb, fig.5.2.1.B
! WARNING!
BE CAREFUL TO AVOID POSSIBLE FALLING OF THE DOOR TO THE FLOOR. RISK OF INJURIES!
1. Open the door, loosen the bolt (1) clamping the door frame to the hinge and take out the square washers.
Tighten the bolt.
2. Loosen the bolt (4).
3. According to need insert one, two or three washers (6) between longitudinal beam (8) and cross beam (5).
4. Tighten the bolt (4).
5. Proceed the same for the bottom bolt (4).
ADJUSTMENT OF PRESSURE ON THE DOOR LOCK SIDE FOR MACHINES 13 kg / 30 lb, 16 kg / 35 lb,
22 kg / 50lb, fig.5.2.1.B
6. Remove the lock cover (11) by screwing off the bolts (12).
7. Remove the bolts which fasten the lock (9)
8. According to need take out one, two, three or four washers under the lock - thickness 1mm (10).
9. Screw back the lock and the lock cover.
! WARNING!
WHILE CLOSING THE DOOR CHECK, WHETHER SHIFTING OF HINGE, RUBBING OF GLASS OR LOCK
OCCURED. IF ADJUSTMENT OF PRESSURE IS INSUFFICIENT, REPLACE THE DOOR SEALING.
ALWAYS PAY ATTENTION IF THE SEALING PRESSURE IS EQUAL AROUND THE WHOLE CIRCUIT.
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1. Door frame bolt
2. Door seal
3. Door glass
4. Bolt of the door hinge
5. Cross beam
6. Distance square washer
7. Door
8. Longitudinal beam
9. Door lock bolt
10. Distance lock washer
11. Door lock cover
12. Lock cover bolt
13. Door lock
14. Upper and lower hinge
15. Shim
TAKE OUT HERE
INSERT HERE
Fig.5.2.1.B Door fastening
5.2.2. REPLACEMENT OF DOOR RUBBER
1. Open the door. Remove the door glass, fig.5.2.1.A, B., pos.3 with rubber (pos.2) from the stainless steel
door frame by pushing it towards the drum. Do it carefully, do not damage the glass.
2. Remove the gasket (pos.2) from the glass.
3. Place a new rubber gasket with wider groove on the glass with the edge up.
4. Moisten the seal groove (pos.2) for door with soap water. Place a smooth cord in the groove all around.
Tighten up the margin by cord and fit the unit to the door opening (pos.5) (with the clip up). Hold one end
of the cord firmly on the door. Pull the other cord end towards the center of the glass for the rubber edge
properly fit in.
MACHINES 16 kg / 35 lb, 22 kg / 50 lb
A detailed procedure of the door seal replacement can be found in the service procedures for round and square doors.
For more information, please contact our service department.
Important note: After the door seal replacement it can happen that the door seal pressure is too high on the
door lock side as well as on the hinge side. If this happens, follow the service instructions mentioned above.
5.2.3. ADJUSTING OF OUT OF BALANCE SWITCH
The out of balance switch is an important component which must - if correctly adjusted - stop the machine
when excessive movement and shaking occur due to an unbalance caused by improper distribution of linen
in the washing drum. The adjustment of the vibration switch has ALWAYS to be executed at the installation
of the washer. It is recommended that once a year a qualified worker verifies the vibration switch setting, fig.5.2.3.
1. After the installation and when the out of balance switch will be verified, first the machines has to be done
the extraction mode with max. RPM. This takes care that the tub assembly stands in his equilibrium point.
2. The out of balance switch is located at the front side just under the top cover.
Move the top cover of the machine in such a way that the out of balance is easily accessible.
3. Verify the distance between the microswitch and the spring holder which must be 0,2 mm / 0.008“.
4. Check the distance between microswitch holder (pos.x) and the operation plate (pos.2) with the distance
indicated.
5. Check the position and condition of the sensor (pos.3) in the operation plate (pos.2). It must be in the center
of the hole! If necessary, release the out of balance switch plate and move the plate up, down, left and right
to adjust the center of the sensor to the center of the hole on the operation plate.
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1. Microswitch
2. Operation plate
3. Sensor
Fig.5.2.3. Vibration switch
FUNCTIONALITY TEST OF THE OUT OF BALANCE
! ATTENTION!
DO NOT USE THE MACHINE IF THIS FUNCTION DOESN’T WORK PROPERLY!
THIS FUNCTIONAL TEST CAN ONLY BE EXECUTED BY A QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN WITH PROPER
AUTHORIZATION.
1. After installation and once a year the vibration switch has to be verified on his functionality. During the extraction
mode carefully activate the out of balance switch by moving the flexible sensor manually.
The machine will stop extracting and will return to 0 RPM.
2. Secure all plates and covers in his original state.
5.2.4. BELT REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTING TENSION
! WARNING!
MAKE SURE THE MACHINE IS DISCONNECTED FROM POWER SUPPLY BY USE AND SECURE
THE DISCONNECTING DEVICE.
On a new machine and after a belt replacement, make an inspection of the belt tightness:
1. After first 24 hrs of operation
2. After first 80 hrs of operation
3. Every 6 months or every 1000 operation hours - which ever comes first.
The belts are accessible from the rear of the machine. If the belts are too tight or too loose, the durability
will be shortened. If too loose they can be slipping on the pulley and can cause a noisy operation and generate
excessive wear with fast breaking as consequence. In such cases correcting the belts tension is necessary.
The belt tension can be verified with an approximate method. Apply a load of 60N / 13lb to the middle of the belt.
The belt tension is good when the belt deflection is between 15 and 20 mm / 0.78“. If the deflection is less,
reduce the belt tension, if more add more tension.
Change the belts in case they are worn or damaged. See procedure hereafter.
! ATTENTION!
TO CHANGE THE BELTS: NEVER USE A CROWBAR, SCREW DRIVER OR ALIKE TO TAKE OFF THE BELTS
OVER THE PULLEY!
1. Dismantle the rear panel, fig.5.2.4., pos.1.
2. Remove the belts, item 2, from the pulley’s, by releasing the securing nuts, item 6-7 and item 4.
3. Put a new identical type belts on pulleys item 5 - 8.
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4. The belts must be in line on the two pulley’s item 5 - 8. If necessary move the motor, forwards, backwards,
so that the belts gets aligned.
5. Turn on the bolt, item 7 down for applying tension to the belts, taking care that the nut item 6 give enough
freedom.
6. Verify the belt tension like above described.
7. If the belt tension is within the limits, screw the lower nut, item 6 against the motor plate as counter nut.
Tighten strongly to secure the whole setup.
8. Keep the belts and pulleys clean and free of oil, lubricants, water etc.
1. Rear panel
2. 2 x Belt
3. 2 x Screw M12: Alignment
4. 2 x Screw M10
5. Motor pulley
6. Securing nut of bolt M16 (lower)
7. Securing nut of bolt M16 (upper)
8. Drum pulley
Fig.5.2.4. Regulation of belt
5.2.5. WATER FILTERS
Machines are equipped with filters on water inlets. It is necessary to clean up the filters occasionally to avoid
a prolongation of filling the machine with water. Intervals of cleaning depend on the quality of the water,
for example foreign particles in the water line.
! WARNING!
BEFORE YOU START CLEANING THE WATER FILTERS, CHECK IF ALL WATER INLET TO THE
MACHINE IS CLOSED.
5.2.6. TIGHTENING MOMENTS
The recommended torque values for standardized steel bolts:
M6 8.8: C = 10 Nm
M8 8.8: C = 25 Nm
M10 8.8: C = 45 Nm
M12 8.8: C = 80 Nm
M16 8.8: C = 200 Nm
The bolts that have to be inspected are:
Bolts which are used for the reinforcement triangles for the cabinet. These reinforcements are found in the front
(2 pieces) and in the back (2 pieces) of the machine = 16 bolts M6 and M8.
Bolts for fixation of bearing house in tub M10 or M12.
5.2.7. REPLACEMENT WASHER FUSES
FUSE VALUES
The correct values of fuses can be found in the vicinity of the fuse holders and on the electrical scheme
and delivered with the machine. When a fuse is blown, you can replace it with the same value but in NO case
a higher value. If the fuse blows again, do not change it, but find the cause of the failure.
Contact your commercial distributor for help if necessary.
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6. TROUBLE SHOOTING AIDS
6.1. UNBLOCKING OF THE DOOR LOCK IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
If the power blackout takes too long, you can make an emergency unblocking of the door lock.
The emergency door opening has been described as follows:
! WARNING!
BEFORE THE EMERGENCY DOOR OPENING TURN OFF THE MACHINE MAIN SWITCH!
NEVER OPEN THE DOOR WHILE DRUM IS STILL RUNNING!
NEVER OPEN THE DOOR IF „TOO HOT“ IS INDICATED! RISK OF BURN OR SCALD INJURIES!
NEVER OPEN THE DOOR IF THE MACHINE PARTS FEELS TOO WARM!
NEVER OPEN THE DOOR, UNTIL THERE IS NO WATER IN THE DRUM! IN THE OPPOSITE CASE,
IT WILL FLOW OUT AFTER OPENING THE DOOR.
1. Verify if all condition are present to safely open the door.
2. Remove service panel.
3. Find the cord of emergency door opening on the left side. Pull on it gently but firm.
4. If a light click is heard, the lock went to open position.
5. Open the door if all safety conditions are fulfilled.
6. Put the service panel back on his place and secure it again.
6.2. ERROR INDICATION SHOWN ON DISPLAY
See User's manual, chapter 5.
See Programming manual, chapter „Troubleshooting“.
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7. LIST OF RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS
– drain valve
– 2-way inlet valve
– 3-way inlet valve
– steam valve
– door lock microswitch
– door lock coil
– fuses
– thermostat sensor
– motor contactor
– heating contactor
– heating element
– V-belts
– door seal
Find more detailed information and order codes in the spare parts catalogue for individual machines at your dealer.
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8. PUTTING THE MACHINE OUT OF SERVICE
8.1. DISCONNECTING THE MACHINE
1. Switch off the external electric power inlet to the machine.
2. Turn off the main switch on the machine.
3. Shut the external water or steam inlet to the machine.
4. Make sure that the external electric power and steam inlets are shut off. Disconnect all electric, water
or steam inlets.
5. Insulate the external electric power inlet conductors.
6. Equip the machine with a sign „OUT OF SERVICE“.
7. Unscrew nuts (bolts) fixing the machine to the floor.
8. During transportation follow the instructions stated in chapters:
„2.2. IMPORTANT INFORMATION BEFORE INSTALLATION“, paragraph „For transportation and storage“,
„4. MACHINE INSTALLATION
In case the machine will never be used again, secure it so that injury of persons, damage to health, property,
and nature is avoided. Make sure enclosing of persons or animals inside the machine cannot occur, injury
of persons by moving or sharp parts of the machine, possibly operating fills, (e.g. remove the door, secure
the drum against turning, … and similar.)
BE CAREFUL, FALLING DOOR AND GLASS CAN CAUSE INJURIES!
8.2. MACHINE DISPOSAL
! WARNING!
TAKE ALL NECESSARY ACTION AND PRECAUTIONS WHEN DOING DISASSEMBLY OF THE WASHER
TO AVOID INJURIES BY GLASS OR SHARP METAL EDGES.
8.2.1. POSSIBILITY OF THE MACHINE DISPOSAL BY THE SPECIALIZED COMPANY
Information concerning the WEEE-directive (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment, for European
Union member states only):
– For the production of the machine that you have purchased, natural resources are being reclaimed and used.
The machine can contain substances which are dangerous for health and environment.
– When you dispose of your machine, to avoid spreading of these substances in our environment and to reduce
the pressure on our natural resources, we encourage you to use the collection, reuse and recycle system
of your region or country. These systems reuse or recycle most of the components.
– The symbol „crossed out bin on wheels (
)“ invites you to make use of these systems.
– If you wish more information concerning the systems for collection, reuse or recycling of disposed machines,
you can take contact with the competent administration of your region or country (waste management).
– You can also take contact with us for more information concerning the environmental performances of our products.
– Please, consider that the WEEE directive is generally only valid for household machines. In some countries
professional machines are added, in others not. Therefore the symbol (
) may not be present.
– Info for dealers: Due to the diversity of the national legislations, manufacturer can not take all the measures to
be in accordance with all national legislations of each member state. We expect that each dealer who imports
our appliances into a member state (and puts it on the market) takes the necessary steps to be in rule with the
national legislation (as the directive requires).
8.2.2. POSSIBILITY OF THE MACHINE LIQUIDATION BY OWN POTENTIAL
It is necessary to sort out the parts for metal, non-metal, glass, plastics etc, and bring them to recycle places.
The sorted out materials has to be classified in waste groups. These groups can be found on www.euwas.org
Offer the sorted waste to the company which is competent for further treatment.
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INSTALLATION DATE:
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NOTE:
ANY CONTACTS WITH YOUR DEALER REGARDING
MACHINE SAFETY, OR SPARE PARTS, MUST INCLUDE
THE ABOVE IDENTIFICATION.
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PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
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