PAGE SECTION 1 : IMPORTANT INFORMATION SECTION 2 : SPECIFICATIONS/COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION A. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION SECTION 3 : INSTALLATION PROCEDURES A. DIMENSION CLEARANCES B. MACHINE FOUNDATION C. MOUNTING BOLT INSTALLATION D. DRAIN CONNECTION E. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION F. WATER CONNECTION G. STEAM CONNECTION H. EXTERNAL CHEMICAL SUPPLIES I. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS J. CONTROL FUNCTION TEST K. THEORY OF OPERATION SECTION 4 : OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS SECTION 5 : MAINTENANCE SECTION 6 : DECOMMISSIONING SECTION 7 : TROUBLE SHOOTING SECTION 8 : PARTS LIST PARAMETER 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-1 3-1 3-2 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-8 3-9 3-10 3-11 3-11 3-12 4-1 5-1 6-1 7-1

Anyone operation or servicing this machine must follow the safety rules in this manual. Particular attention must be paid to the DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION blocks which appear throughout the manual Symbols Description The lightening flash and arrowhead within the triangle is a warning sign alerting you of the presence of dangerous.

The exclamation point within the triangle is a warning sign alerting you of important instructions concerning the machine.

This warning symbol indicated the presence of hot surfaces that could cause serious burns. Stainless steel and steam lines can become extremely got and should not and should not be touched.

Before servicing any equipment, make certain it is disconnected from the electrical power source. Never allow operation of the machine when any safety device is malfunctioning. Never bypass safety devices.

This warning symbol alerts you to the presence of possible dangerous drive mechanisms within the machine. Guards should always be in place when the machine is in operation.

This warning symbol indicated the presence of possibly dangerous chemicals. Proper precautions should be taken when handling corrosive or caustic material.

This warning symbol indicates the presence of possible dangerous pinch-points. Moving mechanical parts can crush an/or sever body parts.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
HE Series Washer-Extractors The HE line is the professional fixed mount washer-extractor series of machines from Accurate Technologies Co.,Ltd. It is an open pocket washer-extractor with a large and unloading. It has been developed for the in premise market, and is suitable for commercial laundries, hotel and other places where laundry might be processed. The design allows for top performance at lowest possible operation cost and investment. The flexible electronic control center ensures that maximum productivity is obtained. The HE series utilizes high quality material, such as 304 (18/8) stainless steel in vital parts in contact with the wash solution. It has a stainless steel cabinet for long life with easily removable panels. The key advantages of this series are the simplicity of the microprocessor and the electronic AC drive system, which utilizes only one motor. The system allows for washing and extraction at suit any textile fiber used today and tomorrow. The high speed final extraction saves time and energy in the finishing operation. A single compartment supply dispenser for powder and liquid detergents is standard (three compartment positional) and machine is designed to accept the connection of 4 chemical lines and pumps.

SAFETY CHECK LIST
Before Initial start up of a washer – extractor perform the following safety check: A. Make sure all electrical and plumbing connections have been made in accordance with applicable codes and regulations. B. Make sure the machine is grounded electrically. C. Make sure the machine has flexible water fill and drain connections of the correct size, length and type, with no kinks, and that they are securely attached and/or clamped. Before machine is placed in operation, the door safety interlock must be checked for proper operation as follows: A. When the washer is energized electrically and in operation, the loading door must be locked in the closed position. Verify this by attempting to open the loading door when the machine is operating. If necessary, check the door safety interlock and sensors for proper operation. Consult the service manual, or call a qualified service technician if necessary.

B. When the washers loading door is open, it should not be possible to start the machine. Verify this by attempting to start the washer with the door open. Also, close the door without locking it and verify That it is not possible to start the machine with the door not locked. If necessary, check the door lock sensors for proper operation. Consult the service manual, or call a qualified service
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Never operate the machine with a bypassed or disconnected out-of-balance switch. If questions regarding safety arise. Missing or illegible signs must be replaced immediately. If additional information is required.2 Excessively high water level is evident. 3. Check door interlock before starting operation of the machine. Operator safety Never insert hands or objects into basket until it has completely stopped.IMPORTANT INFORMATION technician. 2. Operating the machine with severe out-of-balance loads could result in personal injury and serious equipment damage. follow all maintenance and safety procedures presented in this manual. make certain it is disconnected from the electrical power source. Never allow operation of the machine when any safety device is malfunctioning. Never bypass safety devices.1 The door does not remain securely locked during the entire cycle. verify that all warning signs are present and legible. Doing so could result in serious in fury. Do not bypass any safety devices in the machine. 3.3 Machine is not connected to a properly grounded circuit. To provide personal safety and keep the machine in proper working order. Use factory authorized spare parts to avoid safety hazards. Contact the factory immediately. Make certain that spares are available. 3. see safety checklist. 1-2 . 1. Do not attempt to operate the machine if any of the flowing conditions are present. contact your local distributor or call the manufacturer of the machine Before servicing any equipment. 3. Prior to operating the machine. To ensure the safety of machine operators the following maintenance checks must be performed daily.

naphtha.IMPORTANT INFORMATION Safe Operation Environment Safe operation requires an appropriate operating environment for both the operator and the machine. screens. Service/Maintenance Space. Do not spray the machine with water. This is especially important in connection with machine equipped with AC inverter driver. Radio Frequency Emissions. 6. 5. Doing so could result in serious personal injury and/or damage to the machine. Water in the machine will freeze at temperatures of32F (0C) or below. Enamel reducers. benzene. Machine Location 1. 2. contact the factory. Water damage. Short circuiting and serious damage may result. carbon tetrachloride. Repair immediately all seepage due to faulty gaskets. or other separating devices may reduce the available air opening significantly. Ambient temperature. Provide sufficient space to allow comfortable performance of service procedures and routine maintenance. All machined that are shipped to CE countries are equipped with this filter and comply with the EMI regulations. etc. Elevation. Consult installation instructions for specific details. If the relative humidity is below 30% belts and rubber hose leaks. Foundation. in some cases. Do not operate the machine with missing guards or with broken or missing parts. Relative humidity above 90% may cause the machine’s electronics or motors to malfunction or may trip the ground fault interrupter. Corrosion problems may occur on some metal components. ironers. 7. Louvers. etc. The need for make-up air openings for such laundry room accessories as dryers. Environmental Conditions 1. 4. malfunction or premature damage to solid state devices that are used in the machines. The concrete floor must be of sufficient strength and thickness to handle the floor loads generated by the machine at high extract speeds. 3. Do not bypass any safety devices. must be evaluated periodically. Special cooling devices may be necessary. Do not clean the machine with volatile or flammable fluids such as acetone. gasoline. Ventilation. Do not place volatile or flammable fluids in any machine. Humidity. Replace all panels that are removed to perform service to perform service and maintenance procedures. 2. carbon tetrachloride. 1-3 . pay special attention to water levels and electronic settings (particularly temperature) or desired result may not be achieved. If questions regarding safety arise. with adjacent electrical equipment. A filter is available for machines in installations where floor space is shared with equipment sensitive to radio frequency emissions. etc. If the machine is to be operated at elevations over 3280 feet (100 meter) above sea level. Chemicals. water heaters. lacquer thinners. Temperatures above 120 F (50C) will result in more frequent motor overheating and. Keep stainless steel surfaces free of chemical residues to avoid corrosion.

Where applicable. Water pressure higher than 120 psi (8.IMPORTANT INFORMATION Input and output services 1. Without proper grounding personal injury form electrical shock could occur and machine malfunctions may be evident. Is connected to the ground lag in the electrical junction box on this machine. For machines equipped with optional steam heat. If drain troughs are used. best performance will be realized if air is provided at a pressure of 80-100 psi (5. Always disconnect power and water supplies before a service technician performs any service procedure. Computer-controlled machines must have a proper ground to prevent computer malfunctions. For machines requiring compressed air service. If voltage is above 230V for 200V installations or above 440V for 400V installations. Water pressure. An especially dusty or linty environment will require more frequent cleaning of the AC drive cooling fan filter and pf the AC drive itself. Although the machine will function properly at lower pressure. a buck/boost transformer is required unless the factory advises differently. steam and/or compressed air supplies should also be disconnected before service is performed AC Inverter Drive Machines equipped with AC drives require special attention with regard to the operating environment. install popping in accordance with approved commercial steam 3. Power line fluctuations from sources such as an interruptible power supplies (UPS) can adversely affect machines equipped with the AC drive. not to conduits or water popes. For personal safety and for proper operation.0 bar) may result in damage to machine plumbing. If voltage is above 240V or 480V.5 bar) may result in steam components and may cause personal injuries.4 bar).7 bar). Optional Steam heating pressure. 1. 2. 4. 3. The ground connection must be to a proven earth ground. Compressed Air. Components failure (s) and personal injuries. An easy-access disconnect switch should be provided Ensure that a ground wire from a proven earth ground. 1-4 .7 bar).4-6. Nonlinear inconsistencies (peaks and valleys) in the power can cause the AC drive to generate nuisance errors. A clean power supply free from voltage spikes and surges is absolutely essential for machines equipped with the AC drive.0-5. a buck/boost transformer is recommended. Drainage System. Large capacity machines could experience door seal failures if compressed air service is interrupted. Best performance will be realized if water or provided at a pressure of 3085 psi (2. Provide drain lines or trough large enough to accommodate the total quantity of water that could be dumped if all machines on the site drained at the same time from the highest attainable level. the machine must be grounded in accordance with state and local codes. Proper suppression devices should be utilized on the incoming power to the machine to avoid problems. they should be covered to support light foot traffic. 2. 5. Power.0-5. Steam pressure higher than 125 psi (8. Best performance will be realized if steam pressure is provided at a pressure of 30-80 psi (2. increased fill time will occur.

3. Never wash petroleum-soaked rags in the machine. Never stone wash in the machine. 1. This could result in an explosion Never wash machine parts or automotive parts in the machine. Never allow children to play on or around this machine become trapped in the machine. 1-5 . 4. never use it for any purpose other than washing fabrics. This could result in serious damage to the basket. 5. Sufficient space to perform service procedures and routine preventive maintenance is especially important for machines equipped with AC drives. Never use the machine for dying and with harsh chemicals that can cause corrosion and other health hazards. It could wear the basket and serious damage might occur to the machine.IMPORTANT INFORMATION 4. Do not leave children unattended while the machine door is open. 2. Misuse Even though this machine is an atmospheric vessel. These cautions apply to animals as well.

Additional copies are available at a nominal charge. protective cover. NOTE: Keep the manuals. or unit are damaged or signs of possible damage are evident. 2-1 . A record of each machine is on file with the manufacturer. They have been included with the machine at no charge. or advise the carrier of the conditions as soon as it is discovered. installation instruction and the wiring diagrams which accompany the machine in a safe place for ready reference. visually inspect crate. and unit for any visible shipping damage. Remove the crate and protective cover as soon after delivery as possible. Always provide the machine’s serial number and model number when ordering part or when seeking technical assistance.SPECIFICATION/COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION SECTION 2 SPECIFICATIONS / COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION Delivery inspection Upon delivery. protective cover. If the crate. If any damages discovered upon removal of the crate and/or protective cover. have the carrier note the condition on the shopping document before the shopping receipt is signed. The serial number decal is located at the rear of the machine. advise the carrier and file a written claim immediately.

0 46.8 2 100 150 HE-20 21.5 16.1 12.9 7.0 550 579 24.1 17.188 2-2 .8 662.5 31.3 lbs lbs lbs inch inch inch lbs lbs inch inch Cu ft inch 9.SPECIFICATION/COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION A. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION HE-20 Technical Specifications MODEL CAPACITY: Loading factor 1:10 1:12 1:13 OVERALLDIMENSIONS: A-Width B-Height C-Depth WEIGHT AND SHIPPING INFORMATION: Net Weight Domestic shipping weight CYLINDER INFORMATION: Diameter Depth Volume Perforation size Perforation open area CYLINDER SPEEDS: Wash Distribution Extract Extract (Special) Units Metric US kg kg kg mm mm mm kg kg mm mm liters mm % rpm rpm rpm rpm g g g g 48.5 76.8 3.4 0.7 735 1181 785 250 263 612 325 95.5 540.8 17 0.6 7.5 4.9 29.

55C) HIGH Average Steam consumption per cycle Units Metric US mm mm inch inch 365 510 1 0.5 0.7 1 ¾ ¾ ¾ 24 46 HE-20 14.75 20 20 20 91 174 1 1 51 113 13 0.SPECIFICATION/COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION HE-20 Technical Specifications MODEL DOOR OPENING AND HEIGHT: Diameter Height of door bottom above floor DRIVE INFORMATION: Number of motors Size of motor WATER INLETS Hot water size Cold water size Additional water Inlet Average HOT water consumption/cycle Average COLD water consumption/cycle DRAIN OUTLETS AND CAPACITY: Number of drains standard Number of drains optional (water re-use) Drain size Drain capacity STEAM INLET and COMSUMPTION: Steam inlet size Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.55C) LOW Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.4 20 Number kW Hp DN(mm) DN(mm) DN(mm) liters liters NPS(in) NPS(in) NPS(in) gal gal Number Number mm inch Liters/min gpm DN(mm) kg kg kg NPS(in) lbs lbs BHP 2-3 .6 11 2 30 ½ 1 1.5 0.

5 540.7 9.8 17 0.8 735 1270 885 292 307 612 435 128 4.3 lbs lbs lbs inch inch inch lbs lbs inch inch Cu ft inch 12.0 50 34.13 4.5 76.5 21.SPECIFICATION/COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION HE-30 Technical Specifications MODEL CAPACITY: Loading factor 1:10 1:12 1:13 OVERALLDIMENSIONS: A-Width B-Height C-Depth WEIGHT AND SHIPPING INFORMATION: Net Weight Domestic shipping weight CYLINDER INFORMATION: Diameter Depth Volume Perforation size Perforation open area CYLINDER SPEEDS: Wash Distribution Extract Extract (Special) Units Metric US kg kg kg mm mm mm kg kg mm mm liters mm % rpm rpm rpm rpm g g g g 48.8 2 100 150 HE-30 28.5 29.1 17.8 10.52 0.9 642 675 24.2 23.188 2-4 .8 662.

55C) HIGH Average Steam consumption per cycle Units Metric US mm mm inch inch 365 510 1 1.6 11 2 30 ½ 1 1.SPECIFICATION/COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION HE-30 Technical Specifications MODEL DOOR OPENING AND HEIGHT: Diameter Height of door bottom above floor DRIVE INFORMATION: Number of motors Size of motor WATER INLETS Hot water size Cold water size Additional water Inlet Average HOT water consumption/cycle Average COLD water consumption/cycle DRAIN OUTLETS AND CAPACITY: Number of drains standard Number of drains optional (water re-use) Drain size Drain capacity STEAM INLET and COMSUMPTION: Steam inlet size Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.5 0.4 20 Number kW Hp DN(mm) DN(mm) DN(mm) liters liters NPS(in) NPS(in) NPS(in) gal gal Number Number mm inch Liters/min gpm DN(mm) kg kg kg NPS(in) lbs lbs BHP 2-5 .5 20 20 20 91 174 1 1 51 113 13 0.55C) LOW Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.7 2 ¾ ¾ ¾ 24 46 HE-30 14.5 0.

4 838 1397 1143 462 479 680 515 187 4.6 0.6 513.4 lbs lbs lbs inch inch inch lbs lbs inch inch Cu ft in 18.0 72.SPECIFICATION/COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION HE-40 Technical Specifications MODEL CAPACITY: Loading factor 1:10 1:12 1:13 OVERALL DIMENSIONS: A-Width B-Height C-Depth WEIGHT AND SPIPPING INFORMATION: Net Weight Domestic shipping weight CYLINDER INFORMATION: Diameter Depth Volume Perforation size Perforation open area CYLINDER SPEEDS: Wash Distribution Extract Extract (Special) Unit Metric US kg kg kg mm mm mm kg kg mm mm liters mm % rpm rpm rpm rpm g g g g 46.8 19 0.1 628.3 31.8 20.188 2-6 .6 14.3 6.7 33 55 45 1016 1054 26.8 2 100 150 HE-40 41 34.7 15.

5 3 42 ½ 5.4 3 23.SPECIFICATION/COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION HE-40 Technical Specifications MODEL DOOR OPENING AND HEIGHT: Diameter Height of door bottom above floor DRIVE INFORMATION: Number of motors Size of motor WATER INLETS Hot water size Cold water size Additional water Inlet Average HOT water consumption/cycle Average COLD water consumption/cycle DRAIN OUTLETS AND CAPACITY: Number of drains standard Number of drains optional (water re-use) Drain size Drain capacity STEAM INLET and COMSUMPTION: Steam inlet size Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.3 6.55C) LOW Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.2 159 13 2.7 19 Number kW Hp DN(mm) DN(mm) DN(mm) liters liters NPS(in) NPS(in) NPS(in) gal gal Number Number mm inch Liters/min gpm DN(mm) kg kg kg NPS(in) lbs lbs BHP 2-7 .5 3 ¾ ¾ ¾ 51 27 HE-40 15.6 1.55C) HIGH Average Steam consumption per cycle Unit Metric mm mm US inch inch 400 483 1 2.2 20 20 20 193 102 1 1 76.

1 22 9.4 34.8 2.6 60.2 46.0 583.5 1188 1230 31.2 45.1 880 1530 1155 540 559 790 560 274 4.188 2-8 .8 2 100 150 60 50.8 23 0.3 476.7 0.6 67.4 22.SPECIFICATION/COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION HE-60 Technical Specifications MODEL CAPACITY: Loading factor 1:10 1:12 1:13 OVERALL DIMENSIONS: A-Width B-Height C-Depth WEIGHT AND SPIPPING INFORMATION: Net Weight Domestic shipping weight CYLINDER INFORMATION: Diameter Depth Volume Perforation size Perforation open area CYLINDER SPEEDS: Wash Distribution Extract Extract (Special) Unit Metric kg kg kg mm mm mm kg kg mm mm liters mm % rpm rpm rpm rpm g g g g 42.0 US lbs lbs lbs inch inch inch lbs lbs inch inch Cu ft inch HE-60 27.

7 20 20 20 223 106 1 1 76.2 5 ¾ ¾ ¾ 59 28 HE-60 17.2 245 13 3.SPECIFICATION/COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION HE-60 Technical Specifications MODEL DOOR OPENING AND HEIGHT: Diameter Height of door bottom above floor DRIVE INFORMATION: Number of motors Size of motor WATER INLETS Hot water size Cold water size Additional water Inlet Average HOT water consumption/cycle Average COLD water consumption/cycle DRAIN OUTLETS AND CAPACITY: Number of drains standard Number of drains optional (water re-use) Drain size Drain capacity STEAM INLET and COMSUMPTION: Steam inlet size Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.7 22.4 3 65 ½ 8.8 4.2 34.4 Number Number mm inch Liters/min gpm DN(mm) kg kg kg NPS(in) lbs lbs BHP 2-9 .55C) HIGH Average Steam consumption per cycle Unit Metric mm mm Number kW DN(mm) DN(mm) DN(mm) liters liters US inch inch 450 569 1 Hp NPS(in) NPS(in) NPS(in) gal gal 3.4 9.55C) LOW Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.2 2.

3 69 52 1690 1734 37 27.6 65.7 436.188 2-10 .1 41.7 70.6 1049 1753 1422 768 788 940 690 478 4.1 29.4 534.8 2 100 150 HE-80 84.4 lbs lbs lbs inch inch inch lbs lbs inch inch Cu ft inch 38.5 32.0 61.9 0.2 16.8 24 0.SPECIFICATION/COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION HE-80 Technical Specifications MODEL CAPACITY: Loading factor 1:10 1:12 1:13 OVERALL DIMENSIONS: A-Width B-Height C-Depth WEIGHT AND SPIPPING INFORMATION: Net Weight Domestic shipping weight CYLINDER INFORMATION: Diameter Depth Volume Perforation size Perforation open area CYLINDER SPEEDS: Wash Distribution Extract Extract (Special) Unit Metric US kg kg kg mm mm mm kg kg mm mm liters mm % rpm rpm rpm rpm g g g g 39.

5 1 1 1 98 46 Number Number mm inch Liters/min gpm DN(mm) kg kg kg NPS(in) lbs lbs BHP 3 125 ¾ 14 16.3 56.1 3.3 7.55C) LOW Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.55C) HIGH Average Steam consumption per cycle Unit Metric mm mm US inch inch 483 635 HE-80 19 25 Number kW Hp DN(mm) DN(mm) DN(mm) liters liters NPS(in) NPS(in) NPS(in) gal gal 5.5 25 25 25 371 174 1 1 76.SPECIFICATION/COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION HE-80 Technical Specifications MODEL DOOR OPENING AND HEIGHT: Diameter Height of door bottom above floor DRIVE INFORMATION: Number of motors Size of motor WATER INLETS Hot water size Cold water size Additional water Inlet Average HOT water consumption/cycle Average COLD water consumption/cycle DRAIN OUTLETS AND CAPACITY: Number of drains standard Number of drains optional (water re-use) Drain size Drain capacity STEAM INLET and COMSUMPTION: Steam inlet size Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.6 2-11 .4 7.2 473 20 6.

If exact dimensions are required for construction purposes. it is important to allow for the specified minimum clearances between machines. DIMENSION CLEARANCES When installing the washer-extractor. The following table shows recommended minimum clearances for the various freestanding models. re quest certified drawings from the factory. When multiple machines are installed. We reserve the right to make changes at any time without notice.3-1 Dimensions for construction 3-1 . HE Series Recommended 760 455 455 838 30 18 18 33 Minimum 305 25 25 838 12 1 1 33 Detail (A) Minimum rear clearance (B) Minimum clearance between machine and wall (C) Minimum clearance between machines (D) Minimum font clearance UNTIS Metric mm mm mm mm UNITS US inch inch inch inch Figure.INSTALLATION PROCEDURES SECTION 3 INSTALLATION PROCEDURES A. NOTE: The dimensions are approximate and subject to normal manufacturing tolerances. it is important to allow adequate clearance on all sides of the machine.

as the forces generated during extract are extreme.7 900 900 1200 1800 2400 Dynamic Frequency 4 4 5.1 10.3-2 Table for machine foundation 3-2 .3 8. Ensure that the machine is installed on a level floor of sufficient strength and that the recommended clearances for inspection and maintenance are provided.7 11.98 407 2.8 8. These details will ensure a stable installation.98 2. above ground level. The base must be adequately tied into existing floor.8 8.1 11. Model HE – 20 HE – 30 HE – 40 HE – 60 HE – 80 Standard lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs Metric kN kN kN kN kN Static Load 670 670 1055 1300 1950 Dynamic Load 2. reducing the possibility of excess vibration at high speeds. Installation must be slag on grade or equal.9 Figure. MACHINE FOUNDATION A proper foundation is an absolute necessity when installing a fixed mount washes extractor. A concrete base designed to elevate the washer-extractor to a more comfortable working height may be used. NOTE: Do not support the machine at only four points. Never allow the inspection and maintenance space to be blocked. Do not neglect details when doing foundation work.INSTALLATION PROCEDURES B. Use care when designing a base. The machine must be anchored to a smooth level surface so that the entire base of the machine is supported and rests on the mounting surface.1 10.5 9. or over basements. Do not attempt to install this machine on wooden flooring of any kind.

3-3 Foundation bolt hole location Prepared Concrete Base Existing Floor Figure.3-4 Machine installation 3-3 .INSTALLATION PROCEDURES Figure.

3-5 Mounting bolt installation (1) Concrete Base A+B Prepared with Anchors Bolt precas in the concrete. Force grout under the machine base until all voids are filled. Remove the spacers carefully. allowing the machine to settle into the wet grout. 2. Carefully place the machine over the anchor bolts. which will help ensure equal tension at all anchor points. C. The anchors should be embedded in 3500 psi (24000 N/m2) reinforced concrete. using spacers that can be removed easily. Raise the machine and level it 1/2 inch above the concrete base on four points. Grout completely under all frame members. B. 1. See Figure below.INSTALLATION PROCEDURES C. 5. C Prepared with Cauity for J-Bolts to be inserted with concrete when the machine placed in position. (2) Large n Hardened Flat Washer for placing over bolting down hold. Nut Spring Washer + STD Washer Heavy Duty Harden Flat Washer Machine Base Plate A B C D Prepare Cost Bolt in positions Prepare for Bolt Addition Bolting Down Figure. Erasure there is no grout in and around the Archer bolt in the hole. Place the machine adjacent to the foundation. Tighten the lock nuts by even increments-one after the other-until all are tightened evenly and the machine is fastened securely to the floor. clean it out so Lange flat washer makes contact with the machine base plate upper surface. Attached the mounting bolt washers and lock nuts to the anchor bolts after the grout has hardened. Place the Large hardened flat washer over the Archer bolt. The following information is just an example A. D Prepare bolting down. Remove the wood skid by unscrewing the carriage bolts holding it to the bottom frame concrete base of the machine. 3. D. The nu1s should be tightened in a diagonal fashion. Do not attempt to move it by pushing on the sides. Concrete 3-4 . If there is. 4. Remove front panel and rear panel to gain access to all frame members. Fill the spaces between the machine base and floor with machinery grout. 6. MOUNTING BOLT INSTALLATION All Hal washer-extractors must be secured by the use of inlayed J-Bolt or similar Fixing method.

Ideally the water should empty through a 4 inch vented pipe directly into a sump or floor drain.40 through 60 use 5/8-11 x 8” (M 14) bolt/dimension. D. DRAIN CONNECTION A drain system of adequate capacity is essential to the machine performance. a surge tank is required. a welded bolt locating fixture is available (rebar frame).3-6 Mounting bolt installation Mounting Bolt installation .INSTALLATION PROCEDURES Machine Base mounting Hole configuration Below are the Standard Hole configurations for the He Series mounting.HE-80 uses 3/4 -10 x 8” (M 20) bolts.HE-20. MACHINE AREA MACHINE AREA WASHER HE-30 WASHER HE-40 MACHINE AREA WASHER HE-60 WASHER HE-80 MACHINE AREA Figure. A flexible connection must be made to a vented drain system to prevent an airlock or siphon effect. 3-5 . As an option. See figure. . This rigid welded assembly is made of reinforcing rod (rebar) and is designed to be encased in concrete.30. The threaded end of his bolt should extend 2 inches from the surface of the floor. If proper drain size is not available or practical. Embed the bolts in 3500 psi reinforced concrete with a minimum of 12” thickness. such as in below-ground-level installations. A surge tank in conjunction with a sump pump should be used when gravity drainage is not possible.

Contact the distributor or the manufacturer for assistance. The customer’s local power company may provide such a monitor. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION The AC drive requires a clean power supply free from voltage spikes and surges. See table below for specific drain information. A voltage monitor should be sued to check incoming power. installing elbows. If input voltage measures above 230V for a 200V drive. If the drain arrangement is inadequate. A separate circuit breaker governs the control circuit. or above 440V for a 400V drive. or causing bends will decrease drain flow rate and increase drain time.3-8 Drain installation E. the machine will not extract and will not discharge water properly. Detail Drain connection Size Drain flow capacity Minimum drain it size Units Metric mm.3-7 Table for drain size Rear of machine Rear of machine Drain pipe Steel grate Waste line tub Waste line Strainer Waste line Vent Drain pipe Drain trough Figure. liters/min liters HE Series HE-40 HE-60 76 3 76 3 581 150 581 150 388 100 388 100 US inch gpm gal HE-20 50 2 117 31 72 19 HE-30 50 2 50 31 72 19 HE-80 76 3 581 150 388 100 Figure.INSTALLATION PROCEDURES Before any deviation from specified installation procedures is attempted. Voltages above 250V and 490V require additional measures. either ask the power company if their representative can lower the voltage or install a step-down transformer kit available from the manufacturer. the customer or installer should contact the manufacturer. impairing machine performance. Increasing the drain hose length. The AC drive provides for an internal circuit breaker. 3-6 .

Disconnect power from form the machine before removing the control box cover. 8AWG/10sq.mm.1 92.5sq.0 10AWG/6sq. 10AWG/6sq.5sq. 8AWG/10sq.0 14.5sq. 12AWG/4sq.5 6.3-9 Table for breaker size NOTE: For single phase (1Ø) operation. 12AWG/4sq. Steam 14AWG/2.mm.4 62. Amp Draw Hot water. Dangerous voltages are present in the electrical control boxes and at the motor terminals.mm.mm.mm. 14AWG/2. This would allow the basket to rotate at high speeds with the door open. 6AWG/16sq. 14AWG/2. 14AWG/2.mm.mm.5sq.7 12.mm.mm. 10AWG/6sq. If this warning is not observed. 14AWG/2.5sq.9 20.5 6. 6AWG/16sq.6 11.mm. 14AWG/2.0 14. leaving the L3 terminal open.7 50.mm. They must also be familiar with the potential hazards involved. adjusted.mm.mm. 30 20 20 50 30 25 60 40 30 80 50 50 125 75 75 HE20 HE30 HE40 HE60 HE80 6.5sq.mm 14AWG/2.mm. 6AWG/16sq.3 22. 14AWG/2.5sq. and safety precautions should attempt adjustments and troubleshooting.5sq.mm.0 3. Tampering with the drive will void the warranty. 12AWG/4sq.0 12.mm.mm. When using a parameter unit to control the AC drive.mm.mm. The AC drive retains potential deadly voltage for some time after the power is disconnected.0 33. the machine’s computer and its safety features are bypassed.mm. 12AWG/4sq. 14AWG/2.mm. personal injury or equipment damage resulting in voiding the warranty may result.4 31. 14AWG/2.0 6.5sq.2 15. 14AWG/2.mm. and serviced by qualified electrical maintenance personnel familiar with the construction and operation of this type of machinery.mm. Steam Elec.3 42.0 9. 12AWG/4sq. Only qualified personnel familiar with electrical test procedures test equipment.7 11. 14AWG/2. connect input power to L1 and L2. 10AWG/6sq.5sq. 2AWG/35sq.5 45. Steam Wire Size Hot water.0 4.5sq. 8AWG/10sq. Circuit Breaker Elec.INSTALLATION PROCEDURES This machine must be installed.0 17.5sq. Hot water.mm. 12AWG/4sq.mm. Electrical Specification Model Voltage 200-240 380-415 440-480 200-240 200-240 380-415 440-480 200-240 200-240 380-415 440-480 200-240 200-240 380-415 440-480 200-240 200-240 380-415 440-480 Phase 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 Approx.0 3.mm. There are no user-serviceable parts inside the AC drive. When controlling the AC drive with a parameter unit. Never touch terminals or components of theca drive unless power is disconnected and the “CHARGE” indicator LED is off.mm. 14AWG/2. 4AWG/25sq. a large sign should be placed on the front of the machine warning people of the imminent danger. 10AWG/6sq.mm.5 3. 3-7 .mm.9 30.5 11.0 6.5 6.0 26.mm. 21.5sq. and before attempting any service procedures.mm. 12AWG/4sq.5 Elec.7 4.mm. 8AWG/10sq.mm. 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 20 20 15 15 20 40 25 25 Figure.5 3.

not to conduit or water pipes. Use 2 sizes larger for runs greater than 100 feet (30m). Use flexible hoses and install separate screen filters in the lines to keep rust and other foreign particles out of the solenoid valves. the machine must be grounded in accordance with state and local codes and in the USA in accordance with the National Electric Code. Do not allow the hoses to link. Use wire sizes indicated in the chart for runs up to 50 feet (15m). Use next larger size for runs of 50 to 100 feet (15-30m). The ground connection must be to a proven earth ground. Do not connect the system is used. see table. See the electrical connection data chart for correct wire sizes. Hang the hoses in a large loop. Hot water should be minimum of 160F (70C). suitable devices to reduce the water hammer should be installed. article 25096. Although the machine will function properly at lower pressures. Flush the water system for at least two minutes prior or initial use.3-10 Table for drain size NPS(in) 1 1 1-1/2 1-1/2 2 2 NUMBER OF NACHINES 1 2 3 4 5 6 3-8 . with a twist-lock plug. to connect the machine to main power is recommended. The water connections to the machine should be supplied by a hot and cold water line of least the sizes shown in the table below. A shielded liquid tight or approved flexible conduit with proper conductor of correct size installed in accordance with National Electric Code (USA) or other applicable codes is also acceptable. Installation of additional machines will require proportional larger water lines. To avoid eventual water hammer in the water line. If lower temperature water is used the machine should be equipped for steam heating to heat the wash solution to desired temperature. the neutral (N) leg at the terminal strip. F. increased fill times will occur. Because this is a vibrating machine. For personal safety and for proper operation. Best performance will be realized if water is provided at a pressure of 30-85 psi (2-7 Bar). WATER CONNECTION Individual hot and cold plumbing lines with individual shut-off valves must be available to the machine.INSTALLATION PROCEDURES The machine should be connected to an individual branch circuit not shared with lighting or other equipment. the use of cable or similar. The connection must be made by a qualified electrician using the wiring diagram provided with the machine. Pipe Size HE Series DN(mm) 25 25 40 40 50 50 Figure.

2 1/2 5. connections.5 0.7 3-9 .INSTALLATION PROCEDURES G.55C) LOW Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.3 6.7 1/2 1 1.1 3. Failure to install the supplied steam filter may void the warranty.55C) LOW Required steam to heat bath 10F (5. connections.55C) LOW Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.2 2.4 7. install piping in accordance with approved commercial steam practices. The steam must be turned off and the pipe.55C) HIGH Average Steam consumption per cycle UNITS DN(mm) NPS(in) kg lbs kg lbs BTU/hr BHP UNITS DN(mm) NPS(in) kg lbs kg lbs BTU/hr BHP UNITS DN(mm) NPS(in) kg lbs kg lbs BTU/hr BHP UNITS DN(mm) NPS(in) kg lbs kg lbs BTU/hr BHP UNITS DN(mm) NPS(in) kg lbs kg lbs BTU/hr BHP HE-20 13 0.6 1. STEAM CONNECTION Never touch internal or external steam pipes.4 3 15 HE-60 13 3. and components allowed to cool before the pope can be touched For machines equipped with optional steam heat.55C) HIGH Average Steam consumption per cycle STEAM INLET and CONSUMPTION: Steam inlet size Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.5 0. These surfaces can be extremely hot and will cause severe burns.5 0.2 22 HE-80 20 6. STEAM INLET and CONSUMPTION: Steam inlet size Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.5 1/2 1 1.6 7 HE-40 13 2.55C) HIGH Average Steam consumption per cycle STEAM INLET and CONSUMPTION: Steam inlet size Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.3 35 3/4 14 16.6 1/2 8. Steam requirements are shown in the table below.55C) HIGH Average Steam consumption per cycle STEAM INLET and CONSUMPTION: Steam inlet size Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.55C) LOW Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.5 0.55C) HIGH Average Steam consumption per cycle STEAM INLET and CONSUMPTION: Steam inlet size Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.4 9.55C) LOW Required steam to heat bath 10F (5.6 7 HE-30 13 0. or components.8 4.

Install strain relief. Remove plug from base. 1. See the figure for a typical supply injection system setup. 3-10 . all chemicals supply dispenser pumps should be mounted Below the washer's injection point. 3. The supply cups can be removed and filled as desired. you must drill the nipples prior to use (max 1/4” bit). Undiluted chemicals dripping can damage the machine.INSTALLATION PROCEDURES H.3-11 External chemical supply The supply compartment on the HE models is located on the front of the machine. Insert tubes into the adapter. Ensure that an eye-rinse facility and an emergency shower are within easy reach. Supply compartments are numbered 1. 3 and 4 from the left of the machine to the right External supply connections for the HE washer-extractors are located on rear of the machine. Always avoid direct contact with raw chemicals. Read the manufacturer's directions for accidental contact before handling chemicals. EXTERNAL CHEMICAL SUPPLIES Wear Eye and hand protection when handling chemicals. included in the seal nut. All dispensers tubing should also run below the injection point. Are assembled inside the tubing ring. Loops do not prevent drips if these instructions are not followed. See figure. For the plastic supply box. Failure to follow these instructions could damage the machine and void the warranty. Check at regular intervals for chemical leaks. 2. A 1/2 NPT connection is also provided for flushing systems. The following procedures must be observed when connecting any chemical injector to the washer-extractor. Hose connections should be made via the threaded connectors. PVC Pipe Figure. Supply cups can be accessed by opening the dispenser lid. 2. Therefore.

disconnect the power to the machine. 7. Open manual shut-off water valves to the machine. a. must be powered by a separate external power source. A function test should then be executed on the unloaded machine as follows: 1. drain. 6. checking operation of water inlet valves. Apply power to the machine. CONTROL FUNCTION TEST The machine should be cleaned after the installation is complete.INSTALLATION PROCEDURES I. select program 30 by pressing key 3 and key 0 on the keypad. b. The washer should not star with the door unlocked. Program 30 is a test program that goes through most machine functions. 5. Check the door interlock before starting the machine. 3. The contact rating is maximum 3 amps at 24VAC 50/60Hz. Then press enter and the Start key. Attempting to obtain power from the machine terminals may damage the machine circuit and/or the chemical injection system. Consult the chemical injection supply system instructions for operational details. and extract functions. Close and lock the door and start a cycle. which requires 24VAC. 2. phase. and cycles to be certain they are correct for the machine. Press Emergency Stop button. If the door lock and interlock are not functioning properly. Do not attempt to increase fuse rating as this cause damage to the washer-extractor circuitry. 8. J. A qualified technician must reverse any two leads between the AC drive and the motor. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS Connection terminals are located in the rear control box for output signals to the chemical injection supply pump. Close the door without locking it and attempt to start the machine. Check the proper supply for such characteristics as correct voltage. Terminals SUPPLY 1 through SUPPLY 4 provide contact closings for external chemical supply pumps. 3-11 . 4. If rotation is not correct. Release the Emergency button. The door should not open. Run the complete program. Any injection system pump. Cylinder rotation must be counter clockwise in the extract step. Attempt to star the machine with the door open. call a service technician. The machine should not start with the door open. Attempt to open the door while the cycle is in progress. c. For standard processing.

THEORY OF OPERATION The HE models use a single-speed motor to drive the cylinder is supported via V-belts in all speeds. This speed range is not important and normally speeds for wash or extraction are not selected within this range. contractor. circuit overload protectors. the lifters are perforated on the top so that water can cascade over the goods and wet them quickly. Any temperature between 70F to 200F (20-95C) can be programmed. The supply dispenser is mounted on the front of the machine and is accessed by unlatching the cover door. 3-12 . This reduces water consumption as water is picked up at the cylinder’s lowest point and lifted and splashed over the goods at the highest point as the cylinder rotates. The motor is controlled by the computer control located in the front and the AC inverter drive located in the rear panel. steam injection and any other vital functions of the wash program. Any wash speed in the range of 1050 RPM and extraction speeds 150-Maximum RPM can be programmed. Any water level in the range of the machine parameters can be programmed is centimeters. A stainless steel door is provided for loading and unloading. The steam. The cylinder is supported by two spherical roller bearings located in a bearing housing made of cast iron. The computers can even record cycles and data of importance that could be used for maintenance purpose. both liquid and powder. Some speed ranges are blocked out for programming due to safety reasons. The computer also controls the drain. and control transformer are behind a cover of the rear of the machine. Lifting ribs inside the cylinder lift the load from the wash solution and allow the load to tumble and falling back into the solution when the load from the wash solution and allow the load to tumble and falling back into the solution when the load reaches the approximate 10-1 o’clock or 1-2 o’clock positions. pause for 3 seconds. Water entry into the machine is through electromagnetic water valves controlled by the computer. if installed is injected in the bottom of the shell via a steam injector. Any speed can be programmed for any wash cycle. allowing water to pass through and drain from within during drain and extract steps. Holes are provided at the rear of the machine for connection to an external. input power supply connections. and 18 seconds reverse. The door lock is provided with magnetic sensor to indicate that the machine is locked and provide for start of the machine when the door is closed and locked. external supply connection. Furthermore.INSTALLATION PROCEDURES K. central liquid supply unit. The AC drive. The steam is controlled by a steam valve that is programmed by the micro computer. The computers will automatically provide safety levels for steam injection and door operations. supply dispenser. Normal reversing action is 18 seconds forward. This mechanical action removes soil from the fabric. Further any reversing action can be programmed. Supplies are flushed into the machine at the proper time in the cycle. Electrical connections are provided for the liquid supply unit on a terminal strip inside the rear control module. A door lock system prevents operation of the machine when the door is open. any external liquid supplied. The door is locked during operation utilizing an air cylinder and a manual latch for safety reasons. may be added by pulling the dispenser cups out and placing the appropriate supply in each. Supplies. The cylinder is perforated. controlled by the microcomputer.

4-1 Keypad main controller Cycle Selection Press the up or down key until the desired cycle number is showing on the display. NOTE: Do not power off the machine while the mode switch is in Program position. and the door is closed. Pressing harder will cause undue wear on the keypad.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS SECTION 4 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS WC 01 Controller The WC 01 controller is a powerful and versatile solid state control. If the doors is not properly closed and locked. the display will read door until the door is properly closed and locked. After you arrive at the desired cycle. Press start. Always move the Program switch into the Run position before powering down the equipment. Press the keys just hard enough to activate them. the keys function as follows: Used to stop cycle in progress Used to start a cycle Used in cycle selection: Pressing this key increments The cycle up by one. Used in cycle selection: Pressing this key decrement the cycle down by one. Stop Start Cycle Cycle Up Down Figure. Doing this will result in program data corruption. In Run mode. Up to 30 programs can be stored and executed. Then press Start. After the door is closed. The computer comes standard with 12 pre-programmed cycles. 4-1 . which are discussed later in the manual (see table of contents for locations). This interface is located on the front of the machine. ensure the goods are loaded. Keypad The user interface for the WC 01 control is a four pushbutton keypad with an LED (Light Emitting Diode) display. requiring a reprogramming of some or all of the cycles.

To display the cycle number currently in process. press the start key. If the machine is connected to an external chemical supply system. the drain is closed and the machine begins filling to the appropriate water level. a final spin occurs. or sixty seconds have elapsed. If a supply is programmed during the segment. Wash. 4-2 . Display Indications The following table lists the displays the WC 01 is capable of and their meanings. the dispenser will be flushed during the fill. Each of the 30 cycles consists of 8 segments. Upon the completion of the last rinse. and Rinses (up to six are available. Example only Wait – machine just powered up Cycle number (followed by 2 digits) Test Cycle Degrees Fahrenheit Degrees Celsius Prewash segment (1st of 8 segments) Wash segment (2nd of 8 segments) First rinse (3rd of 8 segments) Second Rinse (4th of 8 segments) Third Rinse (5th of 8 segments) Fourth Rinse (6th of 8 segments) Fifth Rinse (7th of 8 segments) Sixth Rinse (8th of 8 segments) Spray Rinse Dilution Rinse Normal Prewash selected Reads “spin” for one second. Display 504 hold cy chEc / cYc FRr cEL PrE URSh FlL 1 FlL 2 FlL 3 FlL 4 FlL 5 FlL 6 Sr ln Dr ln PrEu SP ln / lnE tSFL FLUS Meaning Rom code. then “time” followed by the spin time Temperature sensor failure or temperature out of range. The machine will then enter the stop routine. If the water level is not reached after 30 minutes. Each wash segment begins with a fill. To display the temperature of the wash solution during a cycle. Can indicate a clogged drain. To display segment name currently in process. After the water level is reached. Fill After the start key is pressed. A typical cycle has Pre wash. The machine will enter the stop routine after witch the door may be unlocked (display reads donE). press the down key.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Cycle execution A cycle can be aborted at any time by pressing the stop key. heat and drain steps). open the door Door not closed and locked Programmed water level not reached after 30 minutes Water level is detected when none should be present. the display will flash Stop and Fill The onboard beeper will also sound for 10 seconds. the cycle time begins to count down (the cycle timer is paused during fill. the programmed supply will begin 10 seconds into the programmed water level is reached. press the up key. Familiarize yourself with these displays and their meanings. Following is a description of each cycle segment. Overflow prewash selected Display cFlL bFlL hFlL LoLE MdL hlLE SUP 1 SUP 2 SUP 3 SUP 4 SUP 5 SUP 6 SUP 7 StoP SdLy donE door FlLL / StoP FULL Meaning Cold Fill Warm Fill (both hot and cold) Hot Fill Low water level Medium water level High water level Supply 1 Supply 2 Supply 3 Supply 4 Supply 5 (Supply 1 & 2) Supply 6 (Supply 2 & 3) Supply 7 (Supply 3 & 4) Stop Routine Spin coast down delay Cycle complete.

Fill (Heater start) to wash . during which the computer monitors the water level. operator can end the current step and advance to the next one by pressing the up and down key together. 3 seconds counterclockwise at wash speed 12 second pause 3 seconds clockwise at wash speed 12 second pause . the machine will progress to the next step. a clogged drain hose is usually to blame. The standard sequence is: 12 seconds counterclockwise at wash speed 3 second pause 12 seconds clockwise at wash speed 3 second pause Gentle Wash Cycles 8. This agitation profile is active during prewash.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Wash Standard Wash As soon as the programmed water level is reached (and any programmed temperature is reached) the display begins to count down the remaining time left in the cycle. there is a fifteen second delay. the drain sequence concludes. NOTE: Water level to be reached before advance is possible . wash. If the water does not reach the desired temperature after 30 minutes. and rinse steps. or rinse segment. Contact a qualified service technician. NOTE: during fill water.Wash to drain . If water is sensed. This profile is used in the prewash. wash. and rinses.Spin to stop routine segment Press Drain At the conclusion of a prewash. wash. 16. After the water level has fallen below the low level. drain step of each segment the advance function can not execute. and the computer proceeds to the next segment. This mode use for skip currently to next step in segment. Selection Advance Advance Mode While any cycle is running. All except three cycles use the standard agitation profile. Assuming no water is detected. the drain valve opens and the wash cylinder turns clockwise at wash speed. 4-3 together for advance step in this program. and 24 use a gentle agitation profile. The gentle wash agitation profile is: Heat If a wash segment contains a heat step. the heating elements will begin to heat the wash solution after the programmed level has been reached. the computer waits until both high and low level inputs show that there is no water in the wash cylinder. If draining takes longer than this. The machine should drain in less than 30 seconds.

and before attempting service procedures. See the next section for key functions while in program mode. the stop routine is activates. The computer board is located inside the control module. Doing so could result in serious injury. The Run/Program switch is normally in the up position (Run mode) position. Once the door is opened. if the spin was the final spin of the wash cycle. NOTE: if the display shows donE and the wash cylinder continues to rotate for an abnormally long time. the door can be opened. The display changes to show the current temperature in the wash cylinder. the display reverts to the cycle number of the cycle just completed. the next segment of the wash cycle begins or the stop routine begins. Disconnect power before removing panels and covers. The displayed time will continue counting down. 4-4 . Stop Routine When the final spin of the wash cycle is complete. 12 seconds clockwise at wash (if no spin) 3 seconds pause (if no spin) 12 seconds counterclockwise at wash 5 second pause The display shows donE Once the display shows donE. or the water level switch is faulty. flip the switch to the down position (Program mode). this means that The water failed to completely drain. WARNING! Dangerous voltages can be present inside the control module. After the programmed spin time has elapsed. To enter program mode. WARNING Never insert any part of your body or any object into the wash cylinder until it has completely stopped. The stop routine sequence looks like this: All inputs are turned off The coast down delay timer is activated (after a spin). In the middle of the board is a small toggle switch used to change from Run mode to Program mode (see illustration). Only qualified service technicians with specific knowledge of test procedures and safety precaution should attempt troubleshooting and repair. The door will not until the problem is corrected. This sequence time dependent by coast down delay time selection in setup mode. The machine is now ready to run another wash program.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Spin After the drain sequence. the machine progresses to spin speed if the spin time is not zero.

The Up key is used to increase cycle numbers and other numerical values. like time and temperature. like time and temperature. Pressing this key enters the data.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Key Functions in program Mode The Stop key saves all data and terminates the programming procedure. The Start key is the Enter command while in Program mode. when creating wash formulae. when creating wash formulae. If you press this key first when entering program mode. The Down key is used to decrease cycle numbers and other numerical values.4-2 Main board controller 4-5 . If the stop key is pressed again. you will exit Setup mode and return to Program mode. the computer will enter Setup. Figure. and moves to the next programming function in the cycle.

use the up and down key to see Srin. Press the start key (enter). Spray Rinse. Now press the Up or Down key to see SUP4. and Auxiliary Heading This setup option allows you to select among the following options: Spray Rinse and Supply 4 enabled Auxiliary heat and Spray Rinse enables Auxiliary heat and Supply 4 enables To enable Spray Rinse and Supply 4. The machine operator can use the advance function during running. Now use the up or down key to see Srin. SP60. as well as Supply 7 (Supply 3 and Supply 4 combined). Press the up or down to see “ ”. No Further Setup programming is possible. The options are: Temperature displayed in degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit. as above. while FRr. To enable Auxiliary Heat and Supply 4. and press the Stop key to save and exit Setup mode. Press the Stop key exit Setup. Temperature Display This setup option affects the display and programming of all temperatures. Now press the Start key (enter). selects degrees Fahrenheit. Spray Rinse and Supply 4 are enabled. When this option is selected. SP90. Press the Stop key to exit Setup. press the Up or Down key to see hEAt. To Enable advance. Press start key accepts the selection and mores to next setup option. Supply 4. Press the start SP40. To enable Spray Rinse and Auxiliary Heating. When this option is selected. The Up and Down keys toggle between the two settings. Press the start key (enter). use the up or down key to see “ selection and mores to next setup option. Spray Rinse and Supply 4 enabled Auxiliary heat and Spray Rinse enabled Auxiliary heat and Supply 4 enabled Advance function Coast down delay timer function Take note that these options can only be changed while in Setup mode. To disable advance function. The Start key accepts the selection and moves you to the next setup option.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Setup Mode The setup options are programmable options that are in operation during all wash cycles. use the up or down key to see heat instead of Srin. Press the Start key to select. This is the default mode for machines without Spray Rinse. no further programming in Setup is possible. When this function is enabled. cEL selects programming/display in degrees Celsius. Press start key accepts the 4-6 . ”. use the up or down key to see “ ”. This is the default setting. Press start key to select and press the stop key to save and exit setup mode To enable advance function.

and Fills 1 throung5. and then press the Start Key. Wash. The display will show a 2 digit number indicating how many cycles have been completed (cycles interrupted are not counted). Cycle Programming To edit an existing cycle. All programmed cycles follow a certain routine. following Fill 6 is programmed in minutes. Please note that the test cycle cannot be displayed or altered. press the Up key while the wash cylinder temperature is displayed. press the Start key after entering Program mode (the display will show the current temperature in the wash cylinder). Time and Temperature Parameters Function Prewash Wash Fill1 Fill2 Fill3 Fill4 Fill5 Fill6 Intermediate Spin Final Spin Tem perature Minimum 2 minutes 2 minutes 2 minutes 2 minutes 2 minutes 2 minutes 2 minutes 2 minutes 30 secouds 1 minutes 75F/25C 30 minutes 20 minutes 15 minutes 15 minutes 15 minutes 15 minutes 15 minutes 15 minutes 15 minutes 102 secouds 10 minutes 200F/93C Note that spin times are programmed in seconds for in seconds for intermediate spins following Prewash. To begin programming. as well as the allowed temperature range for machines equipped with auxiliary heat. 4-7 . or create a new one. displayed in the table below. enter 00 for the time and press the Start key. Press the up or down key until the cycle number you wish to change/create is displayed. The following table shows the range of tine allowed for each segment and spins. To skip a segment or spin. Cycle Segments Segment Prewash Wash Fill1 Fill2 Display PrE URSh FIL1 FIL2 Segment Fill3 Fill4 Fill5 Fill6 Display FIL3 FIL4 FIL5 FIL6 When modifying a cycle time. consisting of eight program segments. Press the Up or Down key to reset the count to zero and return program mode. Now press the Start key to begin editing your cycle.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Cycle Count To display the current cycle count. The final spin. Press the Start key again to return to program mode without resetting the count. press the Up key shows the segment to be edited. a time must be entered for each segment. The display will change to show cY01.

press the Start key. this selection is skipped. If the Spray Rinse option is enabling in Setup. Next select the desired Supply option. Fill Temperature Options Display hFIL cFIL bFIL Fill Type Hot Fill Cold Fill Warm Fill After you have selected the appropriate fill temperature. The following table shows the available options. Use the Up and Down keys to select the fill temperature. If Overflow Prewash is selected. After your Fill level selection.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS For the Prewash segment. Fill Level Options Display LoLE ∏dLE hILE Fill Level Low Level Medium Level High Level Note that if you selected FLUS for the Prewash segment. Supply Options Display Supply No Supply SUP0 Supply 1 SUP1 Supply 2 SUP2 Supply 3 SUP3 Supply 4 SUP4 Supply 1 & 2 SUP5 Supply 2 & 3 SUP6 Supply 3 & 4 SUP7 Supply 4 & 7 are only available if is Supply 4 was enabled in Setup 4-8 . you have the option of Spray Rinse or Dilution Rinse during Fill 1 through Fill 5. you can select either PrEU (normal Prewash) or FLUS (overflow fill Prewash). Now you can select the Fill level by using the Up or Down key. See the table. The display shows Srin for spray rinse or drin for dilution rinse. press the Start Key. the fill valves will remain on for the duration of the Prewash step. Press the Start key to make your selection. Select your Fill level according to the following to the following table.

If the machine does not have temperature here. Start key is enter or advance PrE Select Regular prewash or Flush Segment time: 00 to skip.30 HFIL cFIL bFIL LoLE or hILE SUP0 – SUO7 00. Now select the spin time for the segment. 00 for no spin 00 or 30 . To disable Auxiliary heat for the segment. After you have selected the temperature.or any time between 0 and 30 minutes Fill temperature: Hot. If you program a target temperature that the machine is unable to achieve. It is also important not to flush fill. or Warm (both fill) Select Supply 0-7 (0 for no supply during the step) Enter temperature: 75-200 deg F.200 00. press the Start key. 25 – 93 SPIn flases for 1 sec t IrE flases for 1 sec Select time for spin: 30-120 seconds. 75 . If you wish to skip the spin.30 HFIL cFIL bFIL SUP0 – SUO7 00. Cold. 75 . If your machine is equipped with Auxiliary heating. and it was enabled during Set up programming. The display will now show the name of the next program segment and what the display indicates for each. 25 – 93 SPIn flases for 1 sec t IrE flases for 1 sec Select time for spin: 30-120 seconds. press the Start key. 25-93 deg C. Cycle Segment Charts Prewash Segment Display Details Use Up or Down to change. After you have set the spin time. set the value to zero.120 NOTE: Supply 4 and 7 are only available if enabled in Setup NOTE: Heat is only available if enabled in Setup 4-9 . or Warm (both fill) Select Fill level. set the value to zero.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS After selecting your desired supply option. 00 for no spin 00 or 30 . Start key is enter or advance URSh Segment time: 00 to skip. 00 for no heat Select 00 if you have programmed a Flushing Prewash 00 or 02 . press the Start key.120 NOTE: Supply 4 and 7 are only available if enabled in Setup NOTE: Heat is only available if enabled in Setup Wash Segment Display Details Use Up or Down to change. 25-93 deg C. Cold.or any time between 0 and 30 minutes Fill temperature: Hot. you may use the up or down key to select the target temperature for the segment. the machine will try for 30 minutes during the segment. 00 for no heat Select 00 if you have programmed a Flushing Prewash PrE or FLUS 00 or 02 . Low or High Select Supply 0-7 (0 for no supply during the step) Enter temperature: 75-200 deg F.200 00.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Fill Segment (Fill 1 through Fill 5) Display Details Use Up or Down to change.120 NOTE: Supply 4 and 7 are only available if enabled in Setup NOTE: Heat is only available if enabled in Setup 4-10 . 25-93 deg C. Cold. or any time between 0 and 30 minutes Fill temperature: Hot. Low or High Select Supply 0-7 (0 for no supply during the step) Enter temperature: 75-200 deg F. 25-93 deg C. Low or High (5) Select Supply 0-7 (0 for no supply during the step) (6) Enter temperature: 75-200 deg F. 00 for no spin 00 or 30 . steps 3 to 6 are skipped. 00 for no heat.120 NOTE: Supply 4 and 7 are only available if enabled in Setup NOTE: Heat is only available if enabled in Setup NOTE: If Spray Rinse is selected for the segment.200 00.30 HFIL cFIL bFIL LoLE or hILE SUP0 – SUP7 00. Select 00 if you have programmed a Flushing Prewash dr In or Srin 00 or 02 . 00 for no heat Select 00 if you have programmed a Flushing Prewash 00 or 02 . or Warm (both fill) Select Fill level. Start key is enter or advance FIL 6 Segment time: 00 to skip. Cold. or Warm (both fill) (4) Select Fill level. Fill 6 Segment Display Details Use Up or Down to change. 25 .200 00. 75 . 75 . Start key is enter or advance FIL 1 FIL 2 FIL 3 FIL 4 FIL 5 (1) Select Rinse Method: Dilution Rinse or Spray Rinse (2) Segment time: 00 to skip. 25 – 93 SPIn flases for 1 sec t IrE flases for 1 sec Select time for spin: 30-120 seconds.30 HFIL cFIL bFIL LoLE or hILE SUP0 – SUO7 00.93 SPIn flases for 1 sec t IrE flases for 1 sec (7) Select time for spin: 30 – 120 seconds. 00 for no spin 00 or 30 . or any time between 0 and 30 min (3) Fill temperature: Hot.

9 82.9 42.0 520.6 44.7 673.3 47.0 925.8 63.940 m 0.8 755.8 G 48.6 769.9 53.2 EXTRAC RPM TO G-FORCE Machine Cylinder Dia HE-20-30 0.1 67.6 780.9 890.2 75.169 m SI-275 1.6 350.9 487.3 617.3 260.8 63.4 729.5 658.5 593.3 338.5 G 66.4 678.924 m 0.4 76.5 762.6 47.6 406.169 m 1.2 440.3 617.3 23.0 318.3 276.9 610.2 4-11 .1 27.7 620.3 513.0 0.940 m 0.9 29.092 m SI-200 1.9 723.5 786.924 m SP/HP-100 0.3 260.4 150 G 662.7 260.6 75.2 308.7 695.3 517.0 582.5 39.0 629.7 688.8 959.6 597.4 362.3 677.8 368.9 436.5 917.8 637.8 336.4 G 34.7 495.7 888.6 350 G 1011.4 39.6 286.4 816.4 30.8 57.3 437.5 851.6 39.6 823.9 391.6 24.790 m HE-80 0.6 25.1 40.3 450.3 234.092 m 1.9 534.940 m 1.3 622.6 450.6 663.612 m 0.7 725.8 336.7 300 G 936.321 m SI-450 1.6 311.1 573.7 620.321 m SI-300 1.8 959.3 21.6 404.092 m 1.0 350 G 1011.1 45.9 850.4 780.9 452.0 381.0 G 93.940 m SI-135 1.680 m 0.7 723.7 786.6 724.4 49.4 362.169 m 1.6 311.4 487.2 32.8 789.9 690.8 604.5 370.5 660.6 412.629 m 0.5 468.4 487.5 549.3 276.0 658.0 320 G 967.1 688.4 816.0 524.1 Machine HE-20-30 SP/HP/HE-40 SP/HP/HE-60 HE-80 SP/HP-100 SI-110 SI-135 SI-200 SI-275 SI-300 SI-450 Cylinder Dia 0.4 816.790 m 0.9 487.9 479.4 757.6 552.612 m SP/HP/HE-40 0.7 662.6 286.4 53.321 m 1.6 628.5 534.9 535.9 450.6 377.8 701.2 583.1 688.0 690.2 492.1 411.2 752.9 45.4 75 G 100 G 125 G 150 G 175 G 200 G 225 G 468.9 890.4 816.3 53.2 35.0 G 54.4 757.6 40.321 m 1.612 m 0.0 858.6 70.0 438.6 574.4 50 G 382.6 3.1 654.0 39.5 610.1 331.0 43.9 534.5 479.6 637.4 715.4 587.5 797.1 582.940 m 1.2 287.6 43.2 325 G 975.6 1.6 308.1 654.7 553.4 540.629 m 275 G 896.1 534.2 62.1 539.7 582.5 663.1 411.7 729.2 444.7 23.3 234.6 607.8 27.8 58.5 732.2 714.5 577.8 36.9 436.4 628.6 823.321 m 1.2 793.6 27.4 648.2 250 G 855.6 552.2 476.0 32.8 33.680 m 0.5 764.8 368.5 732.5 577.8 497.4 755.940 m SI-110 0.2 308.924 m 0.0 36.6 572.0 532.0 520.7 88.4 583.5 495.9 811.7 671.2 618.9 406.1 36.9 32.7 688.7 260.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS PROGRAM SPEEDS IN RPM FROM G-FORCE POINTS Machine HE-20-30 SP/HP/HE-40 SP/HP/HE-60 HE-80 SP/HP-100 SI-110 SI-135 SI-200 SI-275 SI-300 SI-450 Cylinder Dia 0.4 45.1 811.0 539.2 377.629 m 50 G 382.2 318.1 51.7 824.1 1.3 700.790 m 0.6 308.9 705.680 m SP/HP/HE-60 0.6 450.0 640.321 m 1.

The maintenance procedures described below will prolong the life of the machine and help prevent accidents. Clean the washer’s top. Check door interlock before starting operation: a. The door should not open. 2. Rinse with clean water. When possible. 3. 3. If the door lock and interlock are not functioning properly. call a service technician. weekly. If bare wire is evident. Inspect steam hose connections for leaks. Attempt to start the washer with the door open. call a service technician. Inspect water inlet valve hose connections on the back of the machine for leaks. Verify that insulation is intact on all external wires and that all Connections are secured. and quarterly checklists are provided at the end of this section. Rinse with clean water. Clean the automatic supply dispenser and the lid inside and out with mild detergent. b. c. 5-1 . If manual latch is moved out of position the machine should stop. monthly. Do not operate the machine with missing guards or with broken or missing parts. 4. Daily.MAINTENANCE SECTION 5 MAINTENANCE Routine Maintenance Routine maintenance maximizes operating efficiency and minimizes downtime. Operators and technicians are encouraged to add checks specific to their machine’s particular application. Install all panels that are removed to perform service and maintenance procedures. The following maintenance procedures must be performed regularly at the required intervals. Unload the machine promptly after each completed cycle to prevent moisture build up. Attempt to open the door while the cycle is in progress. End of the day 1. 2. Leave loading door open at the end of each day to allow moisture to evaporate. space is provided on the checklists for this purpose. front and side panels with mild detergent. where applicable. Close and lock the door and start a cycle. Clean the door gasket of residual detergent and foreign matters. NOTE: Leave loading door open at end of each complete cycle to allow moisture to evaporate. The washer should not start with the door open. Laminate the checklists to preserve them for repeated copying. 4. Do not bypass any safety devices! Daily 1. The machine should not start with the door open. Close the door without locking it and attempt to start the machine.

a. and accomplished by loosening the tension adjusting bolts and adjusting the belts to the proper tension. lubricate bearing and seals.belts for uneven wear and frayed edges. use the following method to verify that the V-belts are properly tensioned. Check the machine for leaks. a. Pump the grease gun slowly. 2. c. If water does not leak or during the prewash segment. Verify that the drain valve is operating. drain valve is closed and functioning properly. Use premium grade lithium based #2 grease. 2. 1. See instructions on the machine. Start an unloaded cycle to fill the machine. 5-2 .MAINTENANCE Weekly 1. Check V. Remove the AC drive box cover. NOTE: No amount of visible foreign matter should be allowed to accumulate on fins or the finger guard. Place a straight edge across both pulley faces. Use care to avoid damaging cooling fan or other components. permitting only the following number of strokes: Do not pump the grease gun if grease comes out of the bearing housing. b. Clean the AC drive box air filters. c. Call a qualified service technician in either case. b. such as petroleum and silicone. b. Clean the AC drive fins: a. See figure. b. Snap off the external plastic cover which contains the filter. a. Mark new lubricators with installation date. Remove the foam filter from the cover. Then the bolts should be tightened. Belt tensioning is straight forward. Each month or after every 200 hours of operation. 3. never mix two types of grease. a. Wash the filter in a mild soap solution or vacuum it clean. Blow the fins clean using compressed air at a pressure of 60-90 psi (4-6 Bar) or by using canned compressed air. This can result in over lubrication. After disconnecting power to the machine and removing all panels necessary for access to the drive belts. See figure. Use the following procedures to determine if v-belts require replacement or adjustment. check that they are injecting grease. 4. If the machine is provided with automatic lubricators. Normally they last for approximately one year. The straight edge should make contact with pulleys in four places. b. causing damage to bearings and seals. Verify that door and door gaskets do not leak. Verify that V-belts are properly aligned by checking pulley alignment. Monthly NOTE: Disconnect power to the machine at its source before performing the monthly maintenance procedures.

Use compressed air to clean lint from motor. remove it with sandpaper or chemical means. 3. 2. b. Turn water off and allow valve to cool. 7. Replace if worn or damage. If bare metal is showing. if necessary. Clean with compressed air and reinstall. Remove back panel and check overflow hose and drain hose for leaks. Clean inlet hose filter screen: a. Check all painted surfaces for bare metal (matching paint is available from the manufacturer. if necessary.5-1 Straight edge the V-belt 5. Then paint with primer or solvent-based paint. Tighten door hinges and fasteners. 1. Unscrew inlet hose and remove filter screen.) a. 8. 6. Unlock the hinged lid and check the supply dispenser hoses and hose connections. Tighten anchor bolts. if necessary. if necessary. Clean external water and steam filters. 5-3 . c. paint with primer or solvent-based paint. Quarterly NOTE: Disconnect power to the machine before performing the quarterly maintenance procedures. If rust appears. 9.MAINTENANCE Figure. 10. Tighten motor mounting bolt lock nuts and bearing bolt lock nuts. b.

which may cause corrosion. They may cause corrosion. Care of stainless steel Maintain the natural beauty of stainless steel and prolong its service lift by following these steps. Turn off steam supply and allow time for the value to cool if necessary. Discoloration or heat tint from overheating may be removed by scouring with powder or by employing special chemical solutions. 5-4 . See picture of steam filter. 2. 3. Use stainless steel wool or soft non-metal bristle brushes. When an external chemical supply system is used. 3. Ensure that the stainless steel is wiped clean of acidic solution residues. 5. such as a nail or screw. 1. AC Drive maintenance Perform daily and periodic inspection to avoid trouble and keep reliable operation for a long time. where applicable. Ordinary deposits if dirt and grease can be remove with detergent and water. This will help prevent galvanic corrosion when salty or acidic solutions are present. 7. Locate the pump below the washer’s injection point to prevent siphoning of chemicals into the machine. Sanitizes or sterilizing solution should not be left in stainless steel equipment for prolonged periods of time. 8. Periodic cleaning will help to maintain the bright surface appearance and prevent corrosion. They often contain chlorine. Salty or acidic solutions should not be allowed to evaporate and dry on stainless steel. Replace element and nut. 4. Deposits that adhere to the stainless steel should be removed. Damage of this kind is not covered by the manufacturer warranty. If the stainless appears to be rusting the source of the rust may actually be an iron or steel part not made of stainless steel. 6. 2. Highly concentrated chemicals can cause severe damage to stainless steel and other components within the machine. One remedy is to paint all carbon steel parts with a heavy protective coating. When using abrasive cleaners. 4. The stainless steel should be cleaned and rinsed thoroughly of any solution containing chlorine. Clean steam filter. Take care of the following during work. always rub in the direction of the polish lines or grain of the stainless steel to avoid scratch marks. Remove element and clean. Unscrew nut. Contact with dissimilar metal should be avoided whenever possible. especially from crevices and corners.MAINTENANCE 4. Never use ordinary steel wool or steel brushes on the stainless steel. make certain that no siphoning of chemicals occurs when the washer-extractor is not in use. 1. Stainless steel fasteners should be used when possible. The metal should be thoroughly rinsed and dried after washing.

odor.” “electrolytic capacitor on the printed circuit board”and“cooling fan” as a guide. Check for traces of overheats discoloration and other defects. Check if the expected performance (satisfying the standard specification) is obtained. it may take a long time until the DC link circuit voltage reaches a safety potential. Check if the surrounding environment satisfies “Operating Environment. Daily Inspection Visually inspect errors in the state of operation from the outside without removing the covers while the inverter operates or while it is turned on. and parts replacement should be mace only by authorized persons. inspection. Therefore.5 to 3. Electric shock may occur. rings and other metallic matter before starting work. Judgement level 85% or lower of the capacitance than that of the factory setting 61. If the replacement data is out of the judgement level for early warning. Do not open the control circuit terminal block cover within 5 minutes after the power ha been turned off. 1. • Take off the watch. Cooling fan (Applicable motor rating: 1.000 hours or longer as accumulated run time 61.) Part Replacement Judgement with Menu#5 “Maintenance Information” Parts to be replaced DC bus capacitor Electrolytic capacitor on the printed circuit board. Judgment of service life using maintenance information Menu#5 “Maintenance information” in Programming mode can be used to display data for the judgment of replacement of “DC bus capacitor. • Maintenance. 5-5 .000 hours or longer as accumulated run time (Assumed life of cooling fan at ambient inverter temperature of 40ºC).” Check that the LED monitor displays normally. Check that the DE link circuit voltage between main circuit terminals P (+) and N (-) does not exceed the safety voltage (+25 VDC) with a multimeter and start the maintenance and inspection. terminal (Y1) outputs ON signal. (When any replacement data is out of the judgement level. Then remove the control circuit and main circuit terminal block covers.7 kW). or excessive vibration. Check for abnormal noise.MAINTENANCE WARNING The electric charge in the DC bus capacitor may be being charged even after the power is turned off. DC bus capacitor Measure the capacitance of the DC bus capacitor as follows: The capacitance is displayed in the reduction ratio (%) of the initial value written in the inverter memory before shipment. an early warning signal is output to an external device through terminal (Y1) (function code E20). • Use insulates tools. • Never remodel Electric shock or injuries could occur.

recommended settings are to assign normal logic signal (RUN) and (ALM) to terminals (Y1) and (30A. E. Cooling fan The inverter accumulates hours for which the cooling fan has run. 5.If an external potentiometer is connected. The display is in units of 1000 hours.MAINTENANCE Capacitance measurement procedure 1.g. Use this to determine when the capacitor should be replaced. Select Menu#5 “Maintenance Information” in Programming mode.Set the data of function codes E20 and E27 as the transistor output (Y1) or relay output (30A. REV. 2. 2. A DC reactor (option) and braking resistor (option) may not be disconnected.) respectively. Turn the main power supply off. 7. B. . 5-6 . The accumulated time should be used just a guide since the actual service life will be significantly affected by the temperature and operation environment. Start measuring the capacitance of the DC bus capacitor. 6. Turn the inverter power on. C) does not come on while the inverter power is turned off. Turn off the digital inputs (FWD. and check the reduction ratio (%) of the capacitance of the DC bus capacitor. Keep the ambient temperature at 25 + 10°C. Remove the RS485 communications card (option) from the inverter if it is mounted. C. remove it. B. Electrolytic capacitor on the printed circuit board The inverter keeps an accumulative total of the number of hours that power has been applied to the control circuit and displays it on the LED monitor. The display is in units of 1000 hours. turn the main power supply on again. . 3. to terminal (13). Disconnect the DC bus link circuit to other inverters from terminals P (+) and N (-) of the main circuit if any. Check that the cooling fan rotates and the inverter is on halt. 3. and X1 to X3) at the control terminals. After the LED monitor is unlit completely. 4.

4.DECOMMISSIONING SECTION 6 DECOMMISSIONING In the event that the machine must be decommissioned. Disconnect the compressed air supply to the machine. a. 3. f. Disconnect individual hot and cold water inlet hoses from the machine. Make certain that no chemicals come in contact with or clothing. both basket and shell. Disconnect electrical power. follow the following steps: 1. Disconnect drain hose from sump. Do not attempt to disconnect power supply wires from power supply. 2. Disconnect hoses. Turn off steam supply and allow time for the valve to cool. b. a. Then disconnect drain hoses from the machine. Turn off water supply. if applicable. Run a short rinse cycle to clean chemical residues from the interior of the machine. Have a qualified electrician disconnect power to the chemical infection supply system and the re-circulation pump at their source. Using the manufacturer’s instructions. Flush supply dispenser with water. if applicable. 5. d. if applicable a. Have a qualified electrician disconnect power to machine at is source. 6-1 . a. c. Allow time for residual water in the machine to drain. b. c. Clean interior of machine. Disconnect steam hose from machine. Gutter or drain. Disconnect steam hoses. b. Shut of main power supply at the breaker box or main control panel. carefully remove the chemical injection supply system from the machine. Disconnect necessary plumbing on the re-circulation system. e. b. Remove the chemical injection supply system. a. b.

a.DECOMMISSIONING 6. This will facilitate the removal of the machine. Loosen and remove anchor bolts holding the machine base to the floor. Remove the machine from its foundation pad. 6-2 . Place the machine on skid and bolt the frame to the skid. The manufacturer uses the highest quality material in their products so that those materials may be recycled at the end of the product’s service life. Verify that door is closed and secure. Recycle. on to a truck. d. c. b. 7. Break the grout seal at each corner of the machine. e. Keep all panels in place to provide stability when moving the machine. using a crowbar.

TROUBLE SHOOTING SECTION 7 TROUBLE SHOOTING Before Proceeding with Troubleshooting WARNING If any of the protective functions have been activated. and W. Injury may occur. the inverter any supply the power to the motor which may cause the motor to rotate. referring “Wiring for Main Circuit Terminals and Grounding Terminals” 2. Therefore. contact the shop where you bought the inverter or your local Fuji branch office. reset the alarm. Note that if the alarm is reset while any run commands are set to on. . V. check that the inverter is correctly wired. first remove the cause.Even though the inverter has interrupted power to the motor. it may take some time until the DC link circuit voltage reaches a safe level. Check whether an alarm code is displayed on the LED monitor. Follow the procedure below to solve problems. Then. Before touching the circuit. if the voltage is applied to the main circuit power input terminals L1/R. 1. Some electric charge may remain in the DC bus capacitor even after the power is turned off. after checking that the all run commands are set to off. 7-1 . Electric shock may occur. First. wait for at least five minutes after the power has been turned off and check that the DC voltage between main circuit terminals P (+) and N(-) is less than +25 VDC using a multimeter. L2/S and L2/T (L1/L and L2/N for single-phase voltage input). voltage may be output to inverter output terminals U. If no alarm code appears on the LED monitor If any problems persist after the above recovery procedure.

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Quick reference table of alarm codes Alarm Name code
OC1 OC2 OC3 OU1 OU2 OU3 LU L in OPL OH1 OH2 Under voltage protection Input phase loss protection Output phase loss protection Overheat protection for heat sink External alarm input Over current protection

Refer to

Alarm code
OH4

Name
PTC thermister for motor protection Overheat protection for braking resistor Electronic thermal overload relay Overload protection Memory error Remote keypad communications error CPU error Operation protection RS485 communications error Data save error during under voltage

Refer to
P.7-10 P.7-11 P.7-12 P.7-12 P.7-13 P.7-13 P.7-13 P.7-14 P.7-14 P.7-15

P.7-7

dbH OL1 OLU Er1 Er2

Over voltage protection

P.7-8 P.7-8 P.7-9 P.7-9 P.7-10 P.7-10

Er3 Er6 Er8 ErF

If no alarm code appears on the LED monitor Motor is running abnormally 1. The motor does not rotate. Possible Causes
1. No power supplied to the inverter.

What to Check and Suggested Measures

2. No forward/reverse operation command was inputted, or both the commands were inputted simultaneously (external signal operation).

3. No indication of rotation direction (keypad operation). 4. The inverter could not accept any run commands from the keypad since it was not in Running mode. 5. A run command with higher priority than the one attempted was active, and the run command was stopped.

Check the input voltage, output voltage and inter phase voltage unbalance. → Turn on a molded case circuit breaker, an earth leakage circuit breaker (with the exception of those exclusively designed for protection from ground faults) or a magnetic contactor. → Check for voltage drop, phase loss, poor connections, or poor contacts, and fix them if necessary. Check the input status of the forward/reverse command with menu#4 “I/O checking” using the keypad. → Input a run command. → Set either the forward or reverse operation command to off if both commands are being inputted. → Correct the assignment of commands (FWD) and (REV) to function codes E98 and E99. → Connect the external circuit wires to control circuit terminals (FWD) and (REV) correctly. Check the input status of the forward/reverse rotation direction command with Menu#4 “I/O Checking” using the keypad. → Input the rotation direction (F02=0), or select the keypad operation with which the rotation direction is fixed (F02=2 or 3) Check which operation mode the inverter is in, using the keypad. → Shift the operation mode to Running mode. While referring to the block diagram of the drive command generator check the higher priority run command with Menu#2 “Data checking: and Menu#4 “I/O checking” using the keypad. Refer to the FRENIC-Mini User’s Manual (MEH446), → Correct any incorrect function code data settings (e.g. cancel the higher priority run command). 7-2

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Possible Causes

What to Check and Suggested Measures
Check that a frequency command has been entered, with Menu#4 “I/O checking” using the keypad. → Set her value of the set frequency to the same of higher than that of the starting or stop frequency (F23 of F25). → Reconsider the starting and stop frequencies (F23 and F25), and if necessary, change them to lower values. → Inspect the frequency command devices, signal converters, switches or relay contacts. Replace any ones that are faulty. → Connect the external circuit wires correctly to terminals (13), (12), (11) and (C1).

6. The set frequency was set to the same or lowers than the value of the starting or stops frequency.

7. A frequency command with higher priority than the one attempted was active. 8. The peak and bottom frequencies for the frequency limiters were set incorrectly. 9. The coast-to-stop command was effective. 10. Broken wire, incorrect connection or poor contact with the motor. 11. Overload 12. Torque generated by the motor was insufficient.

Check the higher priority run command with Menu#2 “Data checking” and Menu#4 “I/O checking” using the keypad, referring to the block diagram of the drive command generator. Refer the FRENIC-Mini User’s Manual (MEH446), → Correct any incorrect function code data settings (e.g. cancel the higher priority run command). Check the data of function codes F15 and F16. → Change the peak and bottom frequencies (F15 and F16) the correct ones. Check the data of function codes E01, E02, E03, E98 and E99 with Menu#2 “Data Checking” and the input signal status with Menu#4 “I/O checking” using the keypad. → Release the coast-to-stop command setting. Check if the output current and connection are correct. → Repair the wires to the motor, or replace them. Check that the output current is not too large. → Lighten the load (e.g. operate the mechanical brake correctly). Check that the motor starts running if the value of torque boost (F09) is increased. → Increase the value of torque boost (F09) and try to run the motor Check the data of function codes F04, F05, H50, and H51. → Change the V/f pattern to match the motor’s characteristics.

2. The motor rotates, but the speed does not increase. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures
1. The maximum frequency was set to too low a value. 2. The peak frequency of the frequency limiter was set to too low a value. Check the data of function code F03. → Correct the data of the maximum frequency (F03). Check the data of function code F15. → Correct the data of the peak frequency of the frequency limiter (F15). Check the signals for the set frequency from the control circuit terminals with Menu#4 “I/O checking” using the keypad. → Increase the set frequency. → If an external potentiometer for fre3quency command, signal converter, switches, or relay contacts are malfunctioning, replace them. → Connect the external circuit wires to terminals (13), (12), (11), and (C1) correctly. 7-3

3. The set frequency was set to too low a value.

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Possible Causes
4. A frequency command with higher priority than the one attempted (e.g. multistep frequency, communications or jogging operation, etc.) was active and the set frequency was set to too low a value. 5. The acceleration/deceleration time was too long. 6. Overload

What to Check and Suggested Measures
Check the higher priority run command with Menu#2 “Data checking” and Menu#4 “I/O checking” using the keypad, referring to the block diagram of the drive command generator. Refer to the FRENIC-Mini User’s Manual (MEH446) → Correct any incorrect function code data settings (e.g. cancel the higher priority run command, etc). Check the data of function code F07, F08, E10, E11 and H54. → Change the acceleration/deceleration time to match the load. Measure the output current. → Lighten the load (e.g. operate the mechanical brake correctly). Check whether current limiting is active or not with Menu#3 “Drive monitoring” and check the current limiting level (F44) using the keypad. → Change the level of the current limiting (F44) to an appropriate value. Decrease the value of torque boost (F09), then turn the power off and back on again and check if the speed increases. → A Check the data of function codes F18, C50, C32, C34, C37 and C39 → Change the bias and gain to correct values. Check the data of function codes F18, C50, C32, C34, C37 and C39 → Change the bias and gain to correct values.

7. The current limiting operation did not increase the output frequency.

8. Bias and grain set incorrectly.

3. The motor runs in the opposite direction to the command. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures
1. Wiring had been connected to the motor incorrectly 2. Incorrect connection and settings for run commands and rotation direction command (FWD) and (REV) 3. The setting for the rotation direction via keypad operation is incorrect. Check the wiring to the motor. → Connect terminals U, V, and W of the inverter to the respective U, V, and W terminals of the motor. Check the data of function codes E98 and E99 and the connection to terminals (FWD) and (REV). → Correct the data of the function codes and the connection. Check the data of function code F02. → Change the data of function code F02 to 2 (forward rotation) or 3 (reverse rotation).

4. If the speed variation and current vibration (such as hunting) occur at the regular speed. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures Check the signals for the frequency command with Menu#4 “I/O 1. The frequency checking” using the keypad. command fluctuated. → Increase the filter constants (C33 and C38) for the frequency command. Check that there is no noise in the control signal wires from external sources. 2. The external frequency → Isolate the control signal wires from the main circuit wires as far command device was used. as possible. → Use shielded or twisted wires for the control signal.
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Possible Causes 3. The slip compensation gain was too large.

4. The vibration system having low stiffness in a load caused hunting or the current is irregular due to special motor constants.

What to Check and Suggested Measures Check that the motor vibration is absorbed if the slip compensation (P09) is cancelled. → Correct or cancel the slip compensation (P09) data. Cancel the automatic control system (automatic torque boost, slip compensation, energy saving operation, overload prevention control, current limiting) and check that the motor vibration is suppressed (F37, P09, H70, and F43). → Cancel the functions causing the vibration. → Readjust the data of the oscillation suppression gain (H80) currently set. Check that the motor vibration is Suppressed if you decrease the carrier frequency (F26) or set the sound tune to level 0 (F27=0). → Decrease the carrier frequency (F26) or set the sound tune level 0 (F27=0).

5. If grating sound can be hard Possible Causes
1. The carrier frequency was set too low.

What to Check and Suggested Measures

Check the data of function codes F26 and F27. → Increase the carrier frequency (F26). → Select the optimal value to the selection function (F27).

6. If grating sound can be hard Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. The inverter ran the Check the data of function code H07. motor by S-curve or → Select the linear pattern. curvilinear pattern. Check that current limiting is enabled with Menu#3 “Drive monitoring” and check the current limiting level (F44) using the 2. The current limiting keypad. prevented the output → Change the current limiting level (F44) to a correct value. frequency from increasing. → Increase the acceleration and deceleration time (F07, F08, E10, and E11). Check the data of function code H69. 3. The automatic → Consider the use of a braking resistor. deceleration was active. → Increase the deceleration time (F08 and E11). Measure the output current. 4. Overload → Lighten the load. Check that the motor starts running if the value of the torque boost 5. Torque generated by the (F09) is increased. motor was insufficient. → Increase the value of the torque boost (F09). Check that the there is no noise in the external signal wires. 6. An external frequency → Isolate the control signal wires from the main circuit wires as far command device is being as possible. used. → Use shielded wire or twisted wire for the control signal wires.

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E98 and E99 and the input signals with Menu#4 “I/O checking” using the keypad. Check if an under voltage trip occurs. The setting of function code F14 did not make the motor restart even if the power recovered after an instantaneous power failure. Check the input signal with Menu#4 “I/O checking” using the keypad. consider the use of a relay that can keep the run command on. Or connect a DC reactor. Check the data of function code F00 → Disable data protection of function codes. E02. Check the DC link circuit voltage with Menu #5 “Maintenance information” and measure the input voltage using the keypad. → Check for voltage drop. . An attempt was made to change function code data that cannot be changed when the inverter is running. Check the data of function code E01. 3. 7-6 2. Check if the inverter is running with Menu#3 “Drive monitoring” using the keypad and then confirm whether the data of the function codes can be changed when the motor is running by referring to the function code tables. → Change the data of function code E52 to display the desired menu. → Change the data of function code F14 to 4 or 5. The desired menu is not displayed. 2. E03. 2. or poor contacts. 3. → Cancel data protection of the function codes or turn on the “Enable editing of function codes data from keypad” command. Check the input voltage. → Connect the jumper bar to terminals P1 and P (+) or tighten the screws. an earth leakage circuit breaker (with the exception of those exclusively designed for protection from ground faults) or a magnetic contactor.TROUBLE SHOOTING 7. No power supplied to the inverter. The WE-KP command (“Enable editing of function codes data from keypad”) is not input though it has been assigned to a digital input terminal. DC link circuit voltage was below the under voltage detection level. output voltage and inter phase voltage unbalance. poor connections. → Replace the inverter if it is malfunctioning. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. The power for the control circuit did not reach a high enough level. and fix them if necessary. The run command stayed off even after the power recovered. → Supply power to match the inverter’s input rating and change the data of the function codes. → Connect a molded case circuit breaker. What to Check and Suggested Measures Check the data of function code E52. → Stop the motor then change the data of the function cades. If the data of function codes cannot be changed Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. Possible Causes 1. 4. → Check the power recovery sequence with an external circuit. Problems with inverter settings 1. The data of the function codes is protected. Check if the jumper bar has been removed between terminals P1 and (+) or if there is poor contact between the jumper bar and the terminals. If necessary. The limiting menus function was not selected appropriately. Even if the power recovers after an instantaneous power failure. the motor does not restart. 2. phase loss. Nothing appears on the LED monitor.

and W) and perform a Mugger test. Possible Causes 1. OC2 Overcurrent occurred during deceleration. The inverter output terminals were short circuited. Check if the resistance is too low. “OCn” Overcurrent protection Problem The inverter output current momentarily exceeded the over current level. → Enable the auto-reset function (H04). and W) and measure the inter phase resistance. → Lower the value for torque boost (F09) if the motor is not going to stall. 7-7 .TROUBLE SHOOTING If an alarm code appears pm the LED monitor 1. use this information to judge if the trend is over the calculated load value for your system design. → Raise the inverter capacity. 2. → Remove the part that short-circuited (including replacement of the wires. OC1 Overcurrent occurred during acceleration. F08. Therefore. Trace the current trend and check if there are any sudden changes in the current. E10. What to Check and Suggested Measures Remove the wires connected to the inverter output terminals (U. and H54). correct grounding and routing of control and main circuit wires). 1. E11. 3. Malfunction caused by noise. F37 = 0. Check if noise control measures are appropriate (e. 3. 4. → If there are any sudden changes. That torque is calculated from the moment of inertia for the load and the acceleration/deceleration time. 6. V. Remove the wires connected to the inverter output terminals (U. and to trace the current trend. OC3 Overcurrent occurred when running at a constant speed.g. → Implement noise control measures. → Enable current limiting (H12) Check that the output current decreases and that the motor does not come to stall if you set a lower value than the current one for F09. → If the load is too heavy. make the load variation smaller or raise the inverter capacity. or 4) 5. The acceleration/deceleration time was too short. → Remove the part that short-circuited (including replacement of the wires. V. decrease it or raise the inverter capacity. → Increase the acceleration/deceleration time (F07. → Enable current limiting (F43). relay terminals and motor). Check that the motor generates enough torque required during acceleration/deceleration. Loads were too heavy. relay terminals and motor). Ground faults occurred At the inverter output terminals. Measure the motor current with a measuring device. The value set for torque boost (F09) was too large.

or correct any incorrect connections. OU3 Overvoltage occurs during running at constant speed. or the connection was incorrect. 2. E10. Check if the overvoltage alarm occurs after sudden acceleration. → Consider the use of a braking resistor. The power supply voltage did not reach the range of the inverter’s specifications. This can be checked using the display on the LED monitor. → Increase the deceleration time (F08. → Enable the auto-reset function (H04). 3. E11. OU2 Overvoltage occurs during the deceleration. The power supply voltage was over the range of the inverter’s specifications. → Select the S-curve pattern (H07). Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. → If you want to restart running the motor without making the alarm occur. Check that you switch the inverter on after the power for the control circuit had reached an appropriate level. → Set the rated voltage (at base frequency) (F05) to 0 to improve braking ability. → Replace any faulty peripheral equipment. the inverter changes the deceleration time to three times longer than the set value. → Wait for a longer time than the last time before switching the inverter on. Braking load was too heavy. Loads were suddenly removed. Peripheral equipment for the power circuit malfunctioned.TROUBLE SHOOTING 2. The deceleration time was too short for the moment of inertia for load. “LU” Under voltage protection Problem DC link circuit voltage was below the under voltage detection level. Measure the input voltage to find where the peripheral equipment malfunctioned or which connection is incorrect. 2. 4. “OUn” Overvoltage protection Problem The DC link circuit voltage was over the detection level of overvoltage. → Check if the inverter operation suddenly changes from driving operation to braking operation. Possible Causes 1. and H54). The acceleration time was too short. Measure the input voltage. 5. Recalculate the deceleration torque from the moment of inertia for load and the deceleration time. → Enable automatic deceleration (H69=1) so that when the DC link circuit voltage exceeds the over voltage suppression level. 7-8 . Malfunction caused by noise. → Decrease the voltage to within that of the specifications. → Increase the voltage to within that of the specifications. → Improve noise control. 4. → Consider the use of a braking resistor. → Consider the use of a braking resistor. 3. 6. Reset the alarm. set 4 or 5 to F14 depending on load. The power inverter was switched back on too soon (with F14=1) 3. What to Check and Suggested Measures Measure the input voltage. An instantaneous power failure occurred. and H54). Check if the DC link circuit voltage was below the protective level when the alarm occurred. OU1 Overvoltage occurs during the acceleration. Check if the alarm occurs when loads are suddenly removed. → Increase the acceleration time (F07.

The terminal screws for inverter output were not tight enough. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1.TROUBLE SHOOTING Possible Causes 5. Check the inverter type. an earth leakage circuit breaker (with the exception of those exclusively designed for protection from ground faults) or a magnetic contactor. Inverter output wires are broken 2. Measure the output current. → If the ripple is large. Check if the alarm occurs when you switch on a molded case circuit breaker. 6. → Connect an AC reactor (ACR) or a DC reactor (DCR) to lower the rate. → Replace the motor. “OPL” Output phase loss protection Problem Output phase loss occurred. → Repair or replace the wires. 5. Possible Causes 1. → Reconsider the capacity of the power transformer. raise the inverter capacity. Interphase unbalance rate of three-phase voltage was too large. → Raise the inverter capacity. → Tighten the terminal screws to the recommended torque. Main circuit power input wires broken. The terminal screws for the main circuit power input were not tight enough. Measure the input voltage. Single-phase voltage was inputted to the inverter instead of three-phase voltage input. 7-9 . Overload cyclically occurred. 5. 3. 2. → Tighten the terminal screws to the recommended torque. Measure the input voltage. A single-phase motor has been connected What to Check and Suggested Measures Measure the output current. 4. What to Check and Suggested Measures Measure the input voltage and check the voltage variation. 4. → Replace the output wires. Single-phase motor cannot be used. Note that the FRENIC-Mini only drives three-phase induction motors. Measure ripple wave of DC link circuit voltage. 4. or interphase voltage unbalance rate was large. Check if the terminal screws have become loose. “Lin” Input phase loss protection Problem Input phase loss occurred. Other loads were connected to the same power system and required a large current to start running to the extent that it caused a temporary voltage drop. → Change the inverter to one for single-phase voltage input. Wire for motor winding are broken 3. Check if any terminal screws have become loose. → Reconsider the power system configuration. Inrush current caused the power voltage drop because power transformer capacity was insufficient.

→ Increase the clearance. lighten the load before the overload protection occurs using the overload early warning (E34). → Enable the overload protection control (H70). or the cooling fan malfunctioned 3. Check if the cooling system is operating normally. → Decease the carrier frequency (F26).TROUBLE SHOOTING 6. → Lighten the load. Air vent is blocked. Accumulated running time of the cooling fan exceeded the standard period for replacement. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. Load was too heavy.g. Visually check that the cooling fan rotates normally. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. “OH2” External alarm input Problem External alarm was inputted (THR). Check if there is sufficient clearance around the inverter. 3. Check if the “Alarm from external equipment” has been assigned to an unassigned terminal. 2. → Correct the assignment. → Lighten the load. Incorrect settings. Connection ha been performed incorrectly. → Remove the cause of the alarm that occurred. → Connect the wire for the alarm signal correctly.g. Load was too heavy. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. → Lower the temperature around the inverter (e. Temperature around the inverter exceeded that of inverter specifications. “OH1” Overheat protection for heat sink Problem Temperature around heat sink rose. Measure the temperature around the inverter. 7. Measure the output current. Cooling system for the motor malfunctioned. → Decrease the temperature. Refer to “Reading Maintenance Information”. 2. An alarm function of the external equipment was activated. 3. → Lighten the load (e. Measure the output current. Check if the wire for the external alarm signal is correctly connected to the terminal to which the “Alarm from external equipment” has been assigned. → Clean the heat sink. lighten the load before overload occurs using the overload early warning (E34) function). Temperature around the motor exceeded that of motor specifications. → Repair or replace the cooling system. → Increase the carrier frequency (F26). 4. 2. “OH4” PTC thermistor for motor protection Problem Temperature of the motor rose abnormally. → Lighten the load (e. 8. Check if the heat sink is clogged. → Replace the cooling fan. → Decrease the temperature around the motor. ventilate the enclosure well). Inspect external equipment operation. 7-10 . Measure the temperature around the motor. Check the accumulated running time (E52=2). → Replace the cooling fan.g.

Check the braking resistor specifications. Check if the base frequency (F04) and rated voltage (at base frequency) (F05) match the values on the nameplate on the motor. 7-11 . Recalculate the required deceleration torque and time from the moment of inertia for the load and the deceleration time. → Correct the connections and resistance. Therefore. even if the surface temperature itself does not rise. E11. 5. The V/f pattern did not match the motor. If you use the resistor to the limit of its capacity. “dbH” Overheat protection for barking resistor Problem Thermal protection for braking resistor activated. → Change the data of the function code. 6. The value set for the torque boost (F09) was too high. Recalculate the relation between the braking load and braking capacity. → Reconsider the braking resistor in order to improve braking ability. A PTC thermistor and pull-up resistor were connected incorrectly or their resistance was inadequate. you must adjust the data of function codes F50 and F51 while checking the surface temperature of the resistor. → Reconsider and change the data of function codes F50 and F51. → Reconsider the data of function code H27. 2. Braking load was too heavy. → Reconsider the braking resistor in order to improve the braking ability. NOTE: The inverter does not detect the overheating alarm of a braking resistor by monitoring its surface temperature. the alarm may be detected if the resistor is used more frequently than the set data of function codes F50 and F51. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. and H54).. 3. → Increase the deceleration time (F08. Incorrect values have been set for the data of function codes F50 and F51. The deceleration time was too short. Resetting the data of function codes F50 and F51 is also required. What to Check and Suggested Measures Check the thermistor specifications and recalculate the detection voltage. The set activation level (H27) of the PTC thermistor for motor overheat protection was inadequate. Resetting the data of function codes F50 and F51 is also required.TROUBLE SHOOTING Possible Causes 4. Check the connections and resistance. Check the data of function code F09 and readjust the data so that the motor does not stall even if you set the data to a lower value. 7. → Match the function code data to the values on the nameplate of the motor. → Lighten the braking load. 9. but by monitoring its load magnitude.

E10. lighten the load before overload occurs using the overload early warning (E34). F10 and F12. E10. Check if the heat sink is clogged. The wires to the motor are too long and caused a large amount of current to leak from them. → Replace the cooling fan.TROUBLE SHOOTING 10. This torque is calculated from the moment of inertia for the load and the acceleration/deceleration time. Measure the leak current. → Increase the clearance. Refer to “Reading Maintenance Information”. → Increase the acceleration/deceleration time (F07. → Lower the temperature (e. 3. 2. 4. Measure the output current. → Decrease the carrier frequency (F26). 3. → Lighten the load. Measure the output current. Visually check that the cooling fan rotates normally. “OL1” Electronic thermal overload relay Problem Electronic thermal function for motor overload detection activated. E11 and H54). Check if there is sufficient clearance around the inverter. lighten the load before overload occurs using the overload early warning (E34).g. F08. E11 and H54). Recalculate the required acceleration/deceleration torque and time from the moment of inertia for the load and the deceleration time. Air vent is blocked. → Reconsider and change the data of function code F11. 5. Load was too heavy. → Use an external thermal relay. The characteristics of electronic thermal did not match those of the motor overload. The acceleration/deceleration time was too short. → Connect an output circuit filter (OFL). Check the motor characteristics. → Lighten the load (e. Check the accumulated running time of cooling fan (E52=2). → Replace the cooling fan. The service life of the cooling fan has expired or the cooling fan malfunctioned. The acceleration/deceleration time was too short. 6. 2. → Clean the heat sink. 7-12 . → Reconsider the data of function codes P99. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. → Increase the acceleration/deceleration time (F07.g. “OLU” Overload protection Problem Temperature inside inverter rose abnormally. Activation level for the electronic thermal relay was inadequate.g. ventilate the enclosure well). Measure the temperature around the inverter. Load was too heavy. Temperature around the inverter exceeded that of inverter specifications. 4. 11. F08. Check the continuous allowable current of the motor. → Enable overload protection control (H70). Check that the motor generates enough torque for acceleration/deceleration. → Lighten the load (e.

erratic CPU operation) occurred. Check if appropriate noise control measures have been implemented (e. “Er3” CPU error. → Replace the remote keypad. The CPU did not operate normally. contacts and connections. Check if appropriate noise control measures have been implemented (e. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. correct grounding and routing of control and main circuit wires). 7-13 . 4. A high intensity noise was given to the inverter. A high intensity noise was given to the inverter while data (especially initializing data) was being written. The printed control circuit board in the inverter malfunctioned. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. Check if appropriate noise control measures have been implemented (e. and the remaining control circuit voltage was not high enough to enable writing of data. given to the inverter. 3. 2. A high intensity noise was correct grounding and routing of control and main circuit wires). and then reset the alarm by pressing the PRG/RESET key and check that the alarm goes on. → Improve noise control. → Replace the cable. 13. The power supply was turned off when the inverter was writing data (especially initializing data). Check continuity of the cable.g. return the initialized function code data to their previous settings. Check if pressing the PRG/RESET key resets the alarm after the function code data are initialized by setting the data of H03 to 1. → Replace the board. → Return the initialized function code data to their previous settings. → Improve noise control. Alternatively. 2. Break in the communications cable or poor contact. so it is necessary to replace the PCB.g. and then restart the operation. → Replace the card. “Er1” Memory error Problem Error occurred in writing the data to the memory in the inverter. Problem a CPU error (e.TROUBLE SHOOTING 12. 2. The remote keypad to the inverter. Alternatively. The RS485 Check that alarm Er2 does not occur even if you connect another remote communications card keypad to the inverter. malfunctioned. and then restart the operation. correct grounding and routing of control and main circuit wires). Initialize the function code data by setting H03 to 1. Check that alarm Er2 does not occur if you connect another remote keypad 3. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. → Improve noise control.g. “Er2” Remote keypad communications error Problem a communications error occurred between the remote keypad and the inverter. 14. → This problem was caused by a printed circuit board (PCB) (including the CPU) malfunction.g. perform the same check as described in (1) above. malfunctioned.

Check that Er6 occurs when: The power is switched on An alarm is released (by pressing the PRG/RESET key or turning reset alarm (RST) on). contacts and connections. 3. → Replace the relay converter with a recommended insulated converter. or replace hardware (such as recommended devices) as appropriate.) 2.g. → Improve measures against noise from host controllers. Check the host controllers. reconnect the wires. check for poor contact). correct grounding and routing of control and main circuit wires). 4. “Er8” RS485 communications error Problem a communications error occurred during RS485 communications.g. 7-14 . Even though no response error detection time (y08) has been set. → Replace the cable. → Change the settings of host controller software. Compare the settings of the y codes (y01to y10) with those of the host controllers. Broken communications cable or poor contact. 16. → Reconsider the running sequence to avoid input of the run command when Er6 has occurred. Check if appropriate noise control measures have been implemented (e. 2. Conditions for communications differ between the inverter and host controllers. Check the controllers. or make the no response error detection time invalid (y08=0). communications did not occur cyclically. → Improve noise control. 6. 7. → Change the setting for H96 so that the STOP key priority function is invalid to ensure the inverter does not operate unexpectedly. Check the converter (e. turn the run command off. → Change the setting for H96 so that the STOP key priority function is invalid to ensure that the inverter does not operate unexpectedly. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. → Remove the cause of the controller error. “Er6” Operation protection Problem An error occurred due to incorrect operation of the motor. → Correct any settings which differ. The start check function was activated when H96 = 2 or 3. A high intensity noise was given to the inverter. Check continuity of the cable.TROUBLE SHOOTING 15. The link command (LE) has switched the inverter operations. The STOP key was pressed when H96 = 1 or 3. PLCs and personal computers) did not operate due to incorrect settings and/ordefective software/hardware.g.g. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1. → Replace the card. → Change the various converter settings. The RS485 communications card malfunctioned. Host controllers (e. (To reset the alarm. RS232C/RS485 converter) did not operate due to incorrect connections and settings. and defective hardware. 5. Relay converters (e.

timer. After pressing the PRG/RESET key and releasing the alarm. A high intensity noise was given to the inverter while data was being written when the power was turned off. then reset the data (e. and PID process commands) set through the keypad to the correct settings. Check if appropriate noise control measures have been implemented (e. 7-15 . 2. timer. timer. and PID process commands set through the keypad when the power was switched off. reset the data (such as the frequency commands. → Improve noise control. → This problem was caused by a printed circuit board (PCB) (including the CPU) malfunction. → Remove whatever is causing the rapid discharge of the electric charge.g. frequency commands.g. Check how long it takes for the DC link circuit voltage to drop to the preset voltage when the power is turned off. Check if ErF occurs each time the power is switched off. and PID process commands) set with the keypad to the correct settings and then restart the motor. 3.TROUBLE SHOOTING 17. The CPU did not operate normally. “ErF” Data save error during under voltage Problem The inverter was unable to save data such as the frequency commands. Press the PRG/RESET key to release the alarm. correct grounding and routing of control and main circuit wires). so it is necessary to replace the PCB. The control circuit voltage dropped suddenly while the data was being saved when the power was turned off. Restart the motor. because the electric charge in the DC bus capacitor was rapidly discharged. Possible Causes What to Check and Suggested Measures 1.

Part number. and wiring diagram number. Model and serial number of the equipment (located on the name plate). 3. please include the following information with your order: 1. When ordering electrical motors. Use this manual to facilitate ordering. please include complete name plate data. Please do not hesitate to call if we can be of any assistance to you. 2. Our service and spare parts department consists of specially trained personnel to assist you with your needs. motor manufacturer. part name.PARTS LIST SECTION 8 PARTS LIST ORDERING SPARE PARTS In case spare parts are needed. . and quantity required.

Front top 4 Cup (Plastic) Panel. Front middle Panel. Chemical dispenser 4 Cup (SUS) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . Front top 5 Cup (SUS) Panel. Chemical dispenser 3 Cup (SUS) Lid. Front top 3 Cup (SUS) Panel.Section 8 Part List : Front Side Machine Assembly Page 1 6 2 7 2 9 6 6 2 2 6 3 5 3 5 1 1 8 4 4 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 HE20 A1-S202-024 A1-S202-001 A1-S202-033 A1-S202-002 A1-S202-003 A1-S202-004 A1-S202-005 A1-S202-025 A0-A086-003 A0-A068-013 A1-SHE1-007 A1-SHE1-009 HE 30 A1-S302-024 A1-S302-001 A1-S302-033 A1-S302-002 A1-S302-003 A1-S302-004 A1-S302-005 A1-S302-025 A0-A086-003 A0-A068-013 A1-SHE1-007 A1-SHE1-009 Part No. Description Base machine Panel. HE 40 A1-S402-024 A1-S402-001 A1-S402-033 A1-S402-002 A1-S402-003 A1-S402-004 A1-S402-005 A1-S402-025 A0-A086-003 A0-A068-013 A1-SHE1-007 A1-SHE1-009 HE 60 A1-S602-024 A1-S602-001 A1-S602-033 A1-S602-043 A1-S802-037 A1-S602-002 A1-S602-003 A1-S602-004 A1-S602-005 A1-S602-025 A0-A068-013 - HE 80 A1-S802-024 A1-S802-001 A1-S802-033 A1-S802-043 A1-S802-037 A1-S802-002 A1-S802-003 A1-S802-004 A1-S802-005 A1-S802-025 A0-A068-013 - Qty. Front top 4 Cup (SUS) Panel. Front lower Left+ Right panel assembly (Painted) Left+ Right panel assembly (SUS) Top panel assembly Plastic knob screw Screw stainless Lid.

40 Part No. Cooling "SINWAN" Filter for fan Electrical connection (Main power) Electrical connection (Chemical) Drain valve Pipe.Section 8 9 Part List : Rear Side Machine Assembly 5 9 5 Page 2 2 4 3 6 7 11 2 3 6 10 7 11 1 1 8 8 HE 60 9 5 HE 80 3 2 11 6 1 8 HE 20. 30. 1 1 1 1. Hot water Model) Electric service mounting plate (Electric Model) A0-E012-009 A0-A028-003 A0-E041-004 A1-SSP2-001 A1-SHE1-013 A1-SHE1-013 A0-E012-009 A0-A028-003 A0-E041-004 A1-SSP2-001 A1-SHE1-013 A1-SHE1-013 A0-E012-009 A0-A028-003 A0-E041-004 A1-SSP2-001 A1-SHE1-013 A1-SHE1-013 A0-E012-009 A0-A028-002 A0-A028-002 A0-E041-002 A1-SSP2-001 A1-ST01-001 A1-ST01-002 A0-E012-009 A0-A028-003 A0-A028-002 A0-E041-002 A1-SSP2-001 A0-A024-002 A1-ST01-003 A1-ST01-004 . Fan. Top Service panel assembly Plug PVC. Cooling Fan. HE 40 A1-S402-008 A1-S402-007 A1-S402-013 A0-A105-011 A0-E012-006 A0-TSEN01-061 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 HE 20 A1-S202-008 A1-S202-007 A1-S202-013 A0-A105-011 A0-E012-006 A0-TSEN01-061 HE 30 A1-S302-008 A1-S302-007 A1-S302-013 A0-A105-011 A0-E012-006 A0-TSEN01-061 HE 60 A1-S602-008 A1-S602-007 A1-S602-013 A0-A105-011 A0-E012-006 A0-TSEN01-061 HE 80 A1-S802-008 A1-S802-007 A1-S802-006 A0-A105-011 A0-E012-006 A0-TSEN01-061 Qty. water inlet Grease fitting Electric service mounting plate (Steam.6 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 Description Rear panel assembly Rear panel assembly.

Nut Door glass Rim protection gasket Door hinge bracket Door hinge bushing Bolt.Section 8 Part List : Main Door Assembly Page 3 2 10 12 13 14 3 7 1 5 6 7 9 4 11 8 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 HE 20 A1-SHE1-002 A0-A001-040 A1-SHE2-001 A1-S202-012 A1-ST00-002 A1-S202-050 A1-SHE2-002 A0-A081-066 A0-A057-003 A0-A057-002 A0-A081-005 A0-A003-025 A0-A001-004 A1-SHE2-003 A0-A033-002 A0-A033-003 A1-SSP2-005 HE 30 A1-SHE1-002 A0-A001-040 A1-SHE2-001 A1-S302-012 A1-ST00-002 A1-ST00-001 A1-SHE2-002 A0-A081-066 A0-A057-003 A0-A057-002 A0-A081-005 A0-A003-025 A0-A001-004 A1-SHE2-003 A0-A033-002 A0-A033-003 A1-SSP2-005 Part No. Door hinge Door hinge washer . Shoulder. Door glass Door tub Front panel tub Door lock assembly complete set Assembly door handle and brackets complete set Door hinge Cap nut Bolt studs stainless Bolt studs stainless Cap Hex. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 12 12 1 1 1 1 1 1 Description Glass retainer ring Gasket. HE 40 A1-SHE1-002 A0-A001-040 A1-SHE2-001 A1-S402-012 A1-ST00-002 A1-ST00-001 A1-SHE2-002 A0-A081-066 A0-A057-003 A0-A057-002 A0-A081-005 A0-A003-025 A0-A001-004 A1-SHE2-003 A0-A033-002 A0-A033-003 A1-SSP2-005 HE 60 A1-S602-010 A0-A001-041 A1-S602-011 A1-S602-012 A1-ST00-002 A1-ST00-001 A1-S602-015 A0-A081-066 A0-A057-003 A0-A057-002 A0-A081-005 A0-A003-005 A0-A001-004 A1-S601-029 A0-A033-002 A0-A033-003 A1-SSP2-005 HE 80 A1-S802-010 A0-A001-042 A1-S802-011 A1-S802-012 A1-ST00-002 A1-ST00-001 A1-S802-015 A0-A081-066 A0-A057-003 A0-A057-002 A0-A081-005 A0-A003-004 A0-A001-004 A1-S802-029 A0-A033-002 A0-A033-003 A1-SSP2-005 Qty.

Head. Magnet reed Base box with Guides Locking Pin.Section 8 Part List : Door Lock Assembly Page 4 5 3 4 6 1 9 8 12 7 2 11 9 10 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 HE 20 A1-ST00-002 A1-ST00-002-02 A0-A001-011 A1-S202-018 A0-A013-009 A0-A036-001 A0-A008-120 A0-E015-024 A0-E014-004 A0-E014-007 A1-ST00-002-01 A0-A033-014 HE 30 A1-ST00-002 A1-ST00-002-02 A0-A001-011 A1-S302-018 A0-A013-009 A0-A036-001 A0-A008-120 A0-E015-024 A0-E014-004 A0-E014-007 A1-ST00-002-01 A0-A033-014 Part No.(for DC) . Solenoid lock Solenoid door lock (for DC) Micro switch Switch. HE 40 A1-ST00-002 A1-ST00-002-02 A0-A001-011 A1-S402-018 A0-A013-009 A0-A036-001 A0-A008-120 A0-E015-024 A0-E014-004 A0-E014-007 A1-ST00-002-01 A0-A033-014 HE 60 A1-ST00-002 A1-ST00-002-02 A0-A001-012 A1-S602-018 A0-A013-009 A0-A036-001 A0-A008-120 A0-E015-024 A0-E014-004 A0-E014-007 A1-ST00-002-01 A0-A033-014 HE 80 A1-ST00-002 A1-ST00-002-02 A0-A001-012 A1-S802-018 A0-A013-009 A0-A036-001 A0-A008-120 A0-E015-024 A0-E014-004 A0-E014-007 A1-ST00-002-01 A0-A033-014 Qty. Description Door lock assembly complete set 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 Door lock cover Door gasket silicone orange Basket stainless steel Door lock block Magnet actuator for magnetic reed Switch (White) Spring.

Upper Upper support rail . Door lock Cable ribbon Ribbon adapter (WC-02) Ribbon adapter (WC-01) Vibration switch Sticker decal “Image” Logo Electric enclosure.Section 8 Part List : Microprocessor Panel Page 5 16 15 4 3 16 16 15 4 3 16 9 1 9 2 11 10 13 12 10 5 6 8 7 14 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 HE 20 A0-E007-018 A0-E055-008 A0-E007-058 A0-E009-017 A0-E049-002 A0-E007-010 A0-E007-057 A0-E007-012 A0-E032-022 A0-E032-023 A0-E032-024 A0-E015-026 A0-E007-015 A0-E007-027 A0-E007-060 A0-E015-015 A0-A090-055 A1-SHE1-015 A1-S302-046 HE 30 A0-E007-018 A0-E055-008 A0-E007-058 A0-E009-017 A0-E049-002 A0-E007-010 A0-E007-057 A0-E007-012 A0-E032-022 A0-E032-023 A0-E032-024 A0-E015-026 A0-E007-015 A0-E007-027 A0-E007-060 A0-E015-015 A0-A090-055 A1-SHE1-015 A1-S302-046 Part No. HE 40 A0-E007-018 A0-E055-008 A0-E007-058 A0-E009-017 A0-E049-003 A0-E007-010 A0-E007-057 A0-E007-012 A0-E032-022 A0-E032-023 A0-E032-024 A0-E015-026 A0-E007-015 A0-E007-027 A0-E007-060 A0-E015-015 A0-A090-055 A1-SHE1-015 A1-S402-046 HE 60 A0-E007-018 A0-E055-008 A0-E007-058 A0-E009-017 A0-E049-003 A0-E007-010 A0-E007-057 A0-E007-012 A0-E032-022 A0-E032-023 A0-E032-024 A0-E015-026 A0-E007-015 A0-E007-027 A0-E007-060 A0-E015-015 A0-A090-055 A1-SHE1-015 A1-S602-046 HE 80 A0-E007-018 A0-E055-008 A0-E007-058 A0-E009-017 A0-E049-003 A0-E007-010 A0-E007-057 A0-E007-012 A0-E032-022 A0-E032-023 A0-E032-024 A0-E015-026 A0-E007-015 A0-E007-027 A0-E007-060 A0-E015-015 A0-A090-055 A1-SHE1-015 A1-S802-046 Qty. (Head) Connector base Contact block Board PCB. Water level Controller (WC-02) Controller (WC-01) Key pad Emergency stop button. 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 Description Output board (WC-02) Connector 4P (WC-02) Output board (WC-01) Relay Pressure switch.

Hose Fill hose Hex.2 1. HE 40 A0-E008-222 A0-E008-301 A0-M008-118 A0-M009-084 A0-M009-191 A0-A079-036 A0-M008-071 A0-M009-014 A0-A002-054 A0-A002-171 A0-A052-011 A0-A018-072 A0-A018-080 A0-A018-082 A0-A074-852 A0-TSA01-604 A1-SHE1-014 A0-E041-004 A0-E041-250 A0-E041-020 A0-E041-211 A0-A007-013 A1-S402-044 A1-S402-045 HE 60 A0-E008-221 A0-E008-302 A0-M008-118 A0-M009-084 A0-M009-191 A0-A079-036 A0-M008-117 A0-M009-080 A0-A002-048 A0-A002-169 A0-A052-011 A0-A018-071 A0-A018-078 A0-A018-068 A0-A074-852 A0-TSA01-604 A1-SHE1-011 A0-E041-002 A0-E041-250 A0-E041-020 A0-E041-211 A0-A007-013 A1-S602-044 A1-S602-045 HE 80 A0-E008-220 A0-E008-303 A0-M008-018 A0-M009-022 A0-A079-036 A0-M008-017 A0-M009-021 A0-A002-117 A0-A002-173 A0-TSA01-492 A0-A052-011 A0-A018-070 A0-A018-076 A0-A018-066 A0-A074-852 A0-E041-002 A0-E041-250 A0-E041-020 A0-E041-211 A0-A007-012 A1-S802-044 A1-S802-045 Qty.Belt “Gates” Hose clamp Drain hose Overflow.Belt “Optibelt” V.Section 8 Part List : Main Drive Panel Page 6 15 8 3 14 9 7 1 4 6 5 12 11 13 10 16 2 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 HE 20 A0-E008-207 A0-M008-068 A0-M009-076 A0-A079-036 A0-M008-067 A0-M009-075 A0-A002-098 A0-A002-172 A0-A052-011 A0-A018-072 A0-A018-080 A0-A018-069 A0-A074-703 A0-TSA01-604 A1-SHE1-014 A0-E041-004 A0-E041-250 A0-E041-020 A0-E041-211 A0-A007-016 A1-S202-044 A1-S202-045 HE 30 A0-E008-223 A0-E008-300 A0-M008-068 A0-M009-076 A0-A079-036 A0-M008-067 A0-M009-075 A0-A002-098 A0-A002-172 A0-A052-011 A0-A018-072 A0-A018-080 A0-A018-069 A0-A074-703 A0-TSA01-604 A1-SHE1-014 A0-E041-004 A0-E041-250 A0-E041-020 A0-E041-211 A0-A007-016 A1-S302-044 A1-S302-045 Part No. Bolt Spring tension Tension spring mounting plate Drain valve assembly Cover box and mounting drain valve motor Drain valve stator coil 24V Drain valve motor 24V Housing bearing Main frame Motor support . 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1. bolt Basket pulley Basket pulley bushing V.Belt “Good year” V.2 2 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Description Motor “TECO” Motor “BEIJING” Motor pulley Motor pulley bushing Motor pulley bushing taper Hex.

1 1 1. HE 40 A0-A004-111 A0-A004-112 A0-A005-027 A0-A005-105 A0-A006-024 A0-A007-013 A1-S402-036 A0-A041-021 - HE 60 A0-A004-111 A0-A004-112 A0-A005-027 A0-A005-105 A0-A006-024 A0-A007-013 A1-S602-036 A0-A041-021 - HE 80 A0-A004-001 A0-A004-011 A0-A005-015 A0-A005-101 A0-A005-103 A0-A006-016 A0-A006-017 A0-A006-023 A0-A007-012 A0-A005-149 A1-S802-031 A1-S802-035 A1-S802-036 A0-A005-148 Qty. Front (Inboard) Seal Seal. V-ring. Flat front Cir clip Seal. O-Ring . Rear Seal plate. V-ring Lock nut Lock washer Shaft collar Housing bearing Seal. Seal. Front Seal plate. O-Ring Seal plate.Section 8 Part List : Housing Assembly Page 7 10 12 3 2 8 1 11 13 5 6 7 3 4 9 14 14 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 HE 20 A0-A004-067 A0-A004-110 A0-A005-025 A0-A005-104 A0-A006-018 A0-A007-016 A1-S302-036 A0-A041-011 - HE 30 A0-A004-067 A0-A004-110 A0-A005-025 A0-A005-104 A0-A006-018 A0-A007-016 A1-S302-036 A0-A041-011 - Part No. 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 Description Ball bearing Rear (Outboard) Ball bearing.

Water dispenser 3 Way (Chemical) Solenoid valve. Steam Flexible steam pipe Vacuum breaker . Water supply Shell assembly Shell Ring Shell assembly ring Gasket front panel tub Solenoid valve. Water supply flush hose Hose. 30. Water supply (Hot. Water detergent Hose. Cold) Solenoid valve. 60 HE80 10 8 9 7 7 10 11 12 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 HE 20 A0-A018-016 A0-A018-075 A0-A018-005 A1-S302-021 A1-S302-022 A1-S302-023 A0-A001-003 A0-E040-028 A0-E040-001 A0-E040-002 A0-E047-076 A0-A017-045 A0-A127-001 HE 30 A0-A018-016 A0-A018-075 A0-A018-005 A1-S302-021 A1-S302-022 A1-S302-023 A0-A001-003 A0-E040-028 A0-E040-001 A0-E040-002 A0-E047-076 A0-A017-045 A0-A127-001 Part No.Section 8 Part List : Dispenser Valve Assembly Page 8 3 3 8 6 12 2 7 4 3 7 1 1 5 8 HE20.2 1 1 1 Description Hose. HE 40 A0-A018-016 A0-A018-074 A0-A018-005 A1-S402-021 A1-S402-022 A1-S402-023 A0-A001-003 A0-E040-028 A0-E040-001 A0-E040-002 A0-E047-076 A0-A017-045 A0-A127-002 HE 60 A0-A018-016 A0-A018-074 A0-A018-005 A1-S602-021 A1-S602-022 A1-S602-023 A0-A001-003 A0-E040-028 A0-E040-001 A0-E040-002 A0-E047-076 A0-A017-045 A0-A127-002 HE 80 A0-A018-016 A0-A018-074 A0-A018-005 A1-S802-021 A1-S802-022 A1-S802-023 A0-A001-003 A0-E040-011 A0-E040-001 A0-E040-002 A0-E047-076 A0-A017-012 A0-A127-002 Qty. Water dispenser 2 Way (Chemical) Solenoid valve. 3.4 1 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 1. 40.

HE 40 A1-SHE1-021 A1-SHE1-019 A1-SHE1-005 A1-SHE1-003 A1-SHE1-007 A1-SHE1-003 3 HE 20 A1-SHE1-021 A1-SHE1-019 A1-SHE1-005 A1-SHE1-003 A1-SHE1-007 A1-SHE1-003 HE 30 A1-SHE1-021 A1-SHE1-019 A1-SHE1-005 A1-SHE1-003 A1-SHE1-007 A1-SHE1-003 HE 60 A0-A095-062 A1-SHE1-022 A1-SHE1-020 A0-A095-062-02 A0-A095-062-01 A1-SHE1-006 A1-SHE1-004 A1-SHE1-008 A1-SHE1-004 HE 80 A0-A095-062 A1-SHE1-022 A1-SHE1-020 A0-A095-062-02 A0-A095-062-01 A1-SHE1-006 A1-SHE1-004 A1-SHE1-008 A1-SHE1-004 Qty. Chemical dispenser 3 compartments (SUS) Body. Chemical dispenser 4 compartments (Plastic) Lid. Chemical dispenser 4 compartments (SUS) Body. Chemical dispenser 3 compartments (SUS) Lid. Chemical dispenser 4 compartments (SUS) Lid. Chemical dispenser 4 compartments (Plastic) Body. (Plastic dispenser) Plastic cups (SUS dispenser) Nozzle. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 Description Set.4 2 1 . Chemical dispenser 4 compartments (Plastic) Set.4 3. (SUS dispenser) Plastic hinge (SUS dispenser) Plastic knob screw A0-A030-004 A0-A095-002 A0-A029-001 A0-A086-003 A0-A030-004 A0-A095-002 A0-A029-001 A0-A086-003 A0-A030-004 A0-A095-002 A0-A029-001 A0-A086-003 A0-A030-006 A0-A095-060 A0-A030-001 A0-A095-002 A0-A029-001 A0-A086-003 A0-A030-006 A0-A095-060 A0-A030-001 A0-A095-002 A0-A029-001 A0-A086-003 3. Chemical dispenser 3 compartments (SUS) Plastic cups (Plastic dispenser) Nozzle. Chemical dispenser 4 compartments (SUS) Set.Section 8 Plastic Dispenser 4 compartments Part List : Supply Dispenser SUS Dispenser 4 compartments Page 9 SUS Dispenser 3 compartments 4 6 8 9 5 7 10 12 12 11 13 13 14 1 14 15 15 2 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Part No.

Drain plug Drain hose Hose clamp Hose clamp . 3. HE 40 A0-E005-002 A0-A018-090 A0-E027-011 A0-E007-059 A0-A001-035 A0-A018-072 A0-A052-004 A0-A052-010 HE 60 A0-E005-002 A0-A018-090 A0-E027-011 A0-E007-059 A0-A001-034 A0-A018-071 A0-A052-006 A0-A052-010 HE 80 A0-E005-001 A0-A018-090 A0-E027-011 A0-E007-059 A0-A001-034 A0-A018-070 A0-A052-006 A0-A052-010 Qty.6 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 Description Heater (For type electrical) Hose water level Temperature probe (WC-02) Temperature probe (WC-01) Reuse.Section 8 Part List : Heating Panel Page 10 7 1 1 3 2 6 5 5 7 3 2 7 6 5 6 2 4 6 5 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 HE 20 A0-TSE01-340 A0-A018-090 A0-E027-011 A0-E007-059 A0-A001-035 A0-A018-072 A0-A052-004 A0-A052-010 HE 30 A0-E005-002 A0-A018-090 A0-E027-011 A0-E007-059 A0-A001-035 A0-A018-072 A0-A052-004 A0-A052-010 Part No.

Cooling fan Buzzer (Optional) Phase protection (Optional) EMI-Filter (Optional) A0-E012-009 A0-E042-002 A0-E010-024 - A0-E012-009 A0-E042-002 A0-E010-024 A0-E003-001 A0-E012-009 A0-E042-002 A0-E010-024 - A0-E012-009 A0-E042-002 A0-E010-024 - A0-E012-009 A0-E042-002 A0-E010-024 - . Terminal Block. Inverter "Fuji" (4BM1) Transformer Bridge rectifier Circuit breaker 1A Circuit breaker 2A Circuit breaker 3A Circuit breaker 6A Block. Cooling "SINWAN" Filter. Rear Fan. HE 40 A0-E001-131 A0-E001-133 A0-E006-029 A0-E050-002 A0-E010-031 A0-E010-034 A0-E021-039 A0-E021-031/1 A0-E021-031/2 A0-E055-001 A0-E004-069 A1-ST01-005 A0-E012-006 A0-TSEN01-061 HE 60 A0-E001-081 A0-E001-055 A0-E006-029 A0-E050-002 A0-E010-031 A0-E010-034 A0-E021-039 A0-E021-031/1 A0-E021-031/2 A0-E055-001 A0-E004-069 A1-ST01-006 A0-E012-006 A0-TSEN01-061 HE 80 A0-E001-137 A0-E001-147 A0-E001-908 A0-E006-031 A0-E050-002 A0-E010-031 A0-E010-035 A0-E010-029 A0-E021-039 A0-E021-031/1 A0-E021-031/2 A0-E055-001 A0-E004-070 A1-ST01-007 A0-E012-006 A0-TSEN01-061 Qty. Terminal 3 Pole Block.3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Description Inverter "Fuji" 230V. 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. Inverter "Fuji" 430V. Cooling Fan.2. Ground Lug Magnetic Contactor Electric enclosure.Section 8 Part List : Electrical Control Unit Page 11 1 2 2 1 3 10 5 4 6 8 9 9 3 5 4 7 8 11 12 13 14 15 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 HE 20 A0-E001-130 A0-E001-132 A0-E006-029 A0-E050-002 A0-E010-031 A0-E010-034 A0-E021-039 A0-E021-031/1 A0-E021-031/2 A0-E055-001 A0-E004-069 A1-ST01-005 A0-E012-006 A0-TSEN01-061 HE 30 A0-E001-130 A0-E001-132 A0-E006-029 A0-E050-002 A0-E010-031 A0-E010-034 A0-E021-039 A0-E021-031/1 A0-E021-031/2 A0-E055-001 A0-E004-069 A1-ST01-005 A0-E012-006 A0-TSEN01-061 Part No. Terminal 4 Pole Connector.

60. 40. Kit 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 Description Assembly Door Handle and Brackets complete set External cir clip-6 Flat SUS Washer Door Handle Pivot Spring Door Handle Upper hinge bracket-B Truss head screw 6-10 Door handle hinge Bush. Door Handle.Section 8 Part List : Main Door Assembly Page 12 12 4 8 3 1 7 9 16 4 8 5 11 2 3 5 11 17 6 7 13 9 10 6 14 17 15 18 10 15 10 16 Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Part No. 80) Hexagon Nylock Nut-4 Truss head screw 6-15 Door handle Lower hinge Bracket-B Door Lock Tongue (Square) Recessed Lock Pin for (DC) Solenoid .B body Door Latch Shoulder Bolt Door Handle latch Bush Hexagon Nylock Nut-6 Truss head screw 4-10 Door Handle-B Grip (HE 20) Door Handle-B Grip (HE 30. A1-ST00-001 A0-TSJ01-215 A0-A083-003 A0-TSA01-496 A1-ST00-001-01 A0-A068-023 A0-A033-016 A1-ST00-001-04 A0-A033-005 A0-A033-004 A0-A071-015 A0-A068-004 A1-S202-049 A1-ST00-001-03 A0-A071-004 A0-A068-011 A1-ST00-001-02 A1-ST00-001-05 A0-A033-014 Qty.

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00 bFIL HILE 0.60 Fill 1 3.60 Fill 3 3.60 Fill 1 3.00 bFIL HILE 0.00 Water Level Supply Temp ° C Spin Fill 1 2.00 4.00 Total : 10.60 Fill 1 4.00 Total : 12.00 Total : 5.60 Fill 1 2.00 Total : 8.60 Program 5 : HEAVY SOIL-WHITE Description Pre Wash Wash Time (m) 3.00 3.00 Total : 13.60 Fill 4 3.00 Fill 4 0.60 0.00 bFIL HILE 0.00 Fill 5 0.00 cFIL HILE 0.00 bFIL HILE 0.00 bFIL HILE 0.00 Total : 7.60 Fill 3 3.00 Fill 6 5.00 Total : 7.40 Total : 10.00 Total : 13.00 cFIL HILE S2 6.00 cFIL HILE S2 6.00 Total : 10.00 cFIL HILE S2 6.00 .60 Fill 2 3.60 Fill 3 0.00 cFIL HILE S2 5.20 Total : 13.00 cFIL HILE 0.00 Water cFIL bFIL Level HILE MdLe Supply S1 Temp ° C Spin 0.60 Fill 5 0.00 Fill 5 0.00 bFIL HILE 0.70 Program 11 : RINSE SPIN Description Pre Wash Wash Time (m) 0.70 Program 7 : PERMANENT PRESS-VISA Description Pre Wash Wash Time (m) 0.00 Fill 6 10.00 Fill 5 0.00 Fill 2 0.00 Fill 5 0.00 Fill 5 0.70 Fill 1 3.40 Program 9 : PREWASH DESTAINING Description Pre Wash Wash Time (m) 0.60 Fill 2 3.60 Fill 3 0.60 Program 8 : GENTLE DELICATE-WOOL Description Pre Wash Wash Time (m) 0.00 Fill 5 0.00 Fill 6 3.00 5.60 0.00 cFIL HILE 0.00 cFIL HILE S2 5.00 4.00 Total : 4.00 cFIL HILE 0.00 cFIL HILE 0.00 bFIL HILE 0.00 Fill 3 3.60 Fill 5 0.00 cFIL HILE 0.40 Total : 17.60 Program 4 : MEDIUM SOIL-COLORED Description Pre Wash Wash Time (m) 2.00 Fill 5 0.00 10.60 0.00 bFIL HILE 0.00 Water Level Supply Temp ° C Spin Program 12 : PERSONAL STARCH Description Pre Wash Wash Time (m) 0.00 Fill 4 3.00 Water cFIL bFIL Level HILE MdLe Supply S1 Temp ° C 60 ºC Spin 0.00 Fill 6 3.00 Fill 5 3.00 Water cFIL bFIL Level HILE MdLe Supply S1 Temp ° C 60 ºC Spin 0.60 Fill 2 3.00 Fill 6 3.00 Fill 4 0.00 Water cFIL Level MdLe Supply S1 Temp ° C Spin 0.70 Fill 1 0.00 Total : 11.00 7.60 Fill 4 0.40 Total : 20.00 cFIL HILE 0.00 Fill 4 0.00 cFIL HILE S2 5.60 Fill 1 2.00 Fill 6 5.60 Fill 4 0.00 3.00 cFIL HILE S2 5.00 bFIL HILE 0.40 Program 2 : LIGHT SOIL-COLORED Description Pre Wash Wash Time (m) 0.60 Fill 2 3.00 bFIL HILE 0.00 Fill 3 0.00 Fill 4 0.00 bFIL MdLe 60 ºC 4.60 Fill 3 3.00 Total : 18.40 Program 3 : MEDIUM SOIL-WHITE Description Pre Wash Wash Time (m) 2.00 bFIL HILE 0.60 Fill 1 3.00 Fill 6 4.20 Total : 5.00 Fill 6 4.00 Fill 2 2.60 Fill 2 3.00 Total : 7.00 Fill 5 3.00 Fill 4 3.00 0.00 Water bFIL Level MdLe Supply S1 Temp ° C 45 ºC Spin 0.00 Fill 3 0.00 bFIL HILE 0.00 cFIL HILE S2 5.00 4.60 Fill 2 0.00 0.00 bFIL HILE 0.60 Fill 2 3.00 Water cFIL bFIL Level HILE MdLe Supply S1 Temp ° C 45 ºC Spin 0.00 cFIL HILE S2 5.00 Fill 4 0.00 Total : 10.00 10.00 Fill 3 0.00 bFIL HILE 0.00 Water cFIL Level MdLe Supply S1 Temp ° C Spin 0.00 Fill 4 0.00 Fill 6 3.00 cFIL HILE S2 5.00 Fill 6 5.00 bFIL HILE 0.60 Fill 1 3.00 Water bFIL Level MdLe Supply S1 Temp ° C Spin 0.20 Total : 25.60 0.60 Fill 3 3.00 Water cFIL bFIL Level HILE MdLe Supply S1 Temp ° C 60 ºC Spin 0.00 Total : 11.60 Program 10 : HEAVY SOIL-FLUSH Description Pre Wash Wash Time (m) 3.00 bFIL HILE 0.00 Fill 5 0.PROGRAM WASHER EXTRACTOR(A-Com) Program 1 : LIGHT SOIL-WHITE Description Pre Wash Wash Time (m) 0.00 cFIL HILE 0.00 bFIL HILE 0.00 Total : 34.00 Fill 3 0.60 Fill 2 2.00 Fill 3 3.70 Fill 1 3.00 cFIL HILE S2 6.00 Fill 4 0.00 bFIL HILE 0.00 cFIL HILE 0.60 Fill 2 3.00 bFIL HILE 0.00 Fill 6 3.00 Total : 9.60 Fill 2 2.00 Water bFIL Level MdLe Supply S1 Temp ° C 45 ºC Spin 0.00 Total : 33.00 bFIL HILE 0.60 0.00 Fill 6 4.00 Fill 1 0.00 cFIL HILE 0.70 Program 6 : HEAVY SOIL-COLORED Description Pre Wash Wash Time (m) 2.00 4.00 bFIL HILE 0.