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Girbau, S.A.

Phase 8.3 & 8.4 Microprocessor User’s Manual
Girbau S.A. Carretera Manlleu, KM1 Vic, Barcelona, Spain 08500 Telephone: 3493 886 1100 / Fax: 34 93 886 0785 e-mail: girbau@girbau.es www.girbau.com
Part No. 113447

......... 113447-2 ..... and trouble-free operation....... without notice or obligation.................. it will provide many years of safe.............. 12 _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ 2 Girbau.................... design......... 3 Quick Reference Programming Menu for Coin Models ..................... in prices................... operational instructions........... colors......... S. 3 General User Information Non-Coin Models ........... Girbau reserves the right to make changes from time to time... 11 Events ..... These instructions must be posted in a prominent location near the dryer............. 5 Quick Reference Programming Menu for Non-Coin Models . and to change or discontinue models..............................................Retain This Manual In A Safe Place For Future Reference Please read this manual carefully to thoroughly familiarize yourself with the Phase 8 microprocessor controller (computer) system features.A. efficient. and safety.. This product embodies advanced concepts in engineering..... 7 Faults .. and material.. NOTES __________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ “IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASER” Information must be obtained from your local gas supplier on the instructions to be followed if the user smells gas................ 12 Editing Non-Coin Cycles ....... specifications...... 3 Control Setup Procedure ....... and programming characteristics............................ 6 Programming Selections................... If this product is properly maintained..... This manual contains important information on how to employ all the features of your new dryer in the safest and most economical way....... _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Table of Contents____________ General User Information Coin Models ...... We have tried to make this manual as complete as possible and hope you will find it useful.....

! Important Read all instructions before operating! Clear Credit While machine is idle displaying “SELECT A CYCLE” press and hold PAUSE. LO.girbau. the display will change to lead the user through the initiation of a cycle. while holding PAUSE press HI. To start the unit use the UP and DOWN ARROW keys to scroll through the preset cycles. Pressing HIGH will increment time in 1 minute units and pressing LOW will decrement 1 minute units. Free Cycles When the Dry Mode is set to FREE.F. There are 2 types of pricing: Accumulative Time In this Vending Mode each coin inserted has a specific value in time which is determined by the “Time for Amount to Start”. MED within 3-seconds and the control will display “CLEAR CREDIT?” While still holding PAUSE press any key to clear credit. Press the PAUSE key and the cycle will be terminated. This is to indicate the need for a setting to be pressed to restart dryer. dry time/quarter (coin 1) $. 113447-2 www. While a cycle is running you can press the STOP button once to pause the cycle or twice to clear it completely.25 dry price Display Fault Message While machine is displaying “OUT OF ORDER” press the LO key. HI. LO. pressing MED will save the new time. Clear Fault Message While machine is displaying any fault message press and hold the PAUSE key for 3-seconds. General User Information Non-Coin Models_______________________ Cold Start (Initial/First Use) This appliance has 20 preset cycles. Once the desired time is chosen. Pressing and holding the HIGH or LOW key for 3-seconds will allow the time to be adjusted. Warm Start (After Power Failure) A few seconds after power is restored. no additional credit is given when 99 minutes is in the Hot Keys Display Reason S. A maximum of 99 minutes may be purchased.E. then press the START key. Accumulative Coin In this Vending Mode additional time can only be achieved when the “Time for Top Off” has been inserted. Pricing After the door is opened following the completion of a cycle. Registration Direct Access While machine is idle press and hold the PAUSE key and press HI-LO-LO-LO-MED-MED-MED. Clear Current Drying Cycle While machine is idle displaying “SELECT TEMPERATURE TO RESTART OR PRESS PAUSE TO CLEAR CYCLE”. the display will prompt “Select Cycle to Restart”. which are ready for use. the display indicates the cycle price (unless set for free operation). Note ! display. Clear “Out of Order” While machine is displaying “OUT OF ORDER” press and hold the PAUSE key for 3-seconds. As coins or debit inputs arrive. General User Information Coin Models____________________________ Cold Start (Initial/First Use) Appliance is programmed at the factory as follows: Dryer 10 min. Registration Direct Access While machine is idle press and hold the PAUSE key and press HI-LO-LO-LO-MED-MED-MED. until the desired cycle is highlighted. HI. only one cycle time is initially vended. Display Credit Remaining While machine is displaying “OUT OF ORDER” press the HI key. is Disabled While machine is idle displaying “SELECT A CYCLE” or “FSS DISABLED … SELECT A CYCLE” press the STOP and START keys simultaneously.A. Hot Keys Display Reason FSS is Disabled While machine is idle displaying “FSS DISABLED … READY INSERT 25¢ TO START” or “FSS DISABLED … SELECT A CYCLE” press the PAUSE and LO keys simultaneously.com 3 . You can find a detailed description of the preset cycles in the chart on page 13. if a cycle was in progress at the time of the power failure. Releasing PAUSE then pressing any key will not clear credit.

On non-coin models. 4 Girbau. Note ! On stacked dryers programming selections apply to both pockets. The MEDIUM key will enter program locations and save changes made. Enter the Program Mode by holding down the STOP/UP ARROW key on non-coin models. exit by pressing the STOP key. hook it up. _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ How to use the Keypad to Program the Controls Coin Operated Controllers The HIGH key is used to increment numbers and scan through menu locations. Start Operating Setup Caution ! The service access panel must not be opened unless power is first disconnected from the dryer. Before proceeding it is worth noting that. 113447-2 .Control Setup Procedure ______________ NOTES __________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ ! Important Read all instructions before operating. The DOWN ARROW is used to decrement numbers and scan through menu locations. To back out of a menu location hit the STOP key/PAUSE key. S.A. To back out of a program location hit the PAUSE key. an owner can simply choose to uncrate a new commercial machine. Non-Coin Controllers The UP ARROW is used to increment numbers and scan through menu locations. Entering and Exiting Service Mode Entering Transition the program switch to enter the Program Mode on coin models. plug it in and have a unit which operates. The START key/ENTER key will enter program locations and save changes made. The keypad along with the digital display are used to setup the dryer controls. despite all the options available. Exiting First make sure the PERM PRESS/ENTER key has been depressed to save any changes that have been made and then transition the program switch on coin models. The LOW key is used to decrement numbers and scan through menu locations.

OPL) Top Back Light (0-200) Bottom Back Light (0-200) Ready Prompt (To start insert #. Pound. Euro. Language 2) Temp Scale (F. Free. No Symbol or Decimal) Vending Mode (Accumulative Time. Beep Count) Dry Mode (Coin. Gen2) Diagnostic Mode Fault Recording Diagnostic Cycle Help Menu Factory Settings 113447-2 www. Gen1.com 5 . Low Key Time for Amount to Start (1-99 Minutes) Time for Top Off (1-99 Minutes) Dry Temp (100-160 F / 38-71 C) Cool Time (0-9 Minutes) Reversing Mode (OFF / ON) Vending Parameters Currency Symbol (USD. Accumulative Coin) Vending Safeguard (Bad Coin Reset. No Symbol. Yen. Ready. Token. C) Buzzer Settings (End of Cycle. Bad Coin Lockout) Clear Escrow (0-99 Minutes) Clear Coin Vault (No / Yes) Left Coin Value (1-2500) Right Coin Value (1-2500) Amount to Start (1-2500) Amount for Top Off (1-2500) Debit Card Setup (Off.girbau.Quick Reference Programming Menu for Coin Models _____________________________ Machine Info Coin Vault Hours Serial # Software Rev Program Setup Control Settings Language (Language 1. Custom) Machine Settings Model Rotation Sensor (OFF / ON) Lint Cleaning Frequency (0-3 Hours) Axial Max Temp (100-180 F / 38-82 C) Burner Setup (One / Two) Hi Key KEY FUNCTIONS LOW Scroll down/decrease value Time for Amount to Start (1-99 Minutes) Time for Top Off (1-99 Minutes) Dry Temp (100-160 F / 38-71 C) Cool Time (0-9 Minutes) Reversing Mode (OFF / ON) HIGH Scroll up/increase value Med Key Time for Amount to Start (1-99 Minutes) Time for Top Off (1-99 Minutes) Dry Temp (100-160 F / 38-71 C) Cool Time (0-9 Minutes) Reversing Mode (OFF / ON) MEDIUM Accept selection Press PAUSE to back out of a location.

113447-2 . Language 2) Temp Scale (F. Machine Settings Model Rotation Sensor (OFF / ON) Lint Cleaning Frequency (0-3 Hours) Axial Max Temp (100-180 F / 38-82 C) Burner Setup (One / Two) Diagnostic Mode Fault Recording Diagnostic Cycle Help Menu Factory Settings 6 Girbau.Quick Reference Programming Menu for Non-Coin Models ________________________ Machine Info Hours Serial # Software Rev Program Setup Control Settings Language (Language 1. C) Buzzer Settings (End of Cycle.A. Beep Count) Dry Mode (Coin. OPL) Top Back Light (0-200) Bottom Back Light (0-200) Auto Cycle Timeout (0-99) KEY FUNCTIONS DOWN ARROW Scroll down/decrease value UP ARROW Scroll up/increase value ENTER KEY Accept selection Press STOP key to back out of a location. Free. S.

The features include MACHINE INFO. The use of the HI/UP ARROW key and the LOW/DOWN ARROW key on the keypad will enable the currently selected item to change. the control will enter the PROGRAM MODE main menu. and the faults were not cleared. The software revision loaded on the control board. the items will only be listed and not numbered. All of the items on the MACHINE INFORMATION SCREEN will be read only. If the menu contains a list of items that will lead to a sub-menu. Note ! Note If a fault occurs while in normal operation. and DIAGNOSTIC MODE. the controls will go to the sub-menu. All default settings are illustrated in underlined bold italics.XX XXXXXX XXXXXX XXX Amount of coin accumulated since last cleared. Pressing the MED/ENTER key will enable the user to enter into Service Mode. Some of these items without a sub-menu do contain selectable parameters. then the items will be listed in ascending numbered order starting at one.com 7 . Each menu in Service Mode will contain a list of selectable items. * Coin models only. Actual listing will be as follows: COIN VAULT: UPPER/LOWER HOURS: SERIAL NUMBER: SOFTWARE REV: XX. 2: PROGRAM SETUP While the control is displaying “PROGRAM MODE” and PROGRAM SETUP is highlighted. The currently selected menu item will appear with a box around it. PROGRAM SETUP.Programming Selections ______________ MAIN MENU When Program Mode is first entered. END OF CYCLE OFF / ON 2. 1: MACHINE INFORMATION Machine information will display the coin vault* upper/lower hours**. If the menu item does not lead to a sub-menu. SERIAL NUMBER. This main menu will serve as the gateway to all of the program Mode features. the selected item will become highlighted. ºF/ºC 3: BUZZER SETTINGS 1. BEEP COUNT (adjustable between 1-10 beeps) 5 4: DRY MODE Coin Dry Mode Free Dry Mode OPL Dry Mode 5: TOP BACKLIGHT – adjusts brightness of top display. 113447-2 www. press the MED/ENTER key to enter this menu. the parameter can be changed. The 6 digit serial number entered by the factory. 0 (adjustable from 0 to 200 where 0 = brightest and 200 is dimmest) 7: READY PROMPT 1. ** Stack units only will appear as upper and lower. Custom (This will enable you to enter a custom display) PROGRAM MODE 1: MACHINE INFO 2: PROGRAM SETUP 3: DIAGNOSTIC MODE The LOW/DOWN ARROW key will enable the user to scroll through all the menu items. Once the item is selected and entered. ! 3: COIN MODEL PROGRAM SETUP 1: CONTROL SETTINGS 1: LANGUAGE 1: LANGUAGE 1 ENGLISH FRENCH SPANISH ITALIAN DUTCH JAPANESE 2: LANGUAGE 2 NONE ENGLISH FRENCH SPANISH ITALIAN DUTCH JAPANESE 2: TEMP SCALE – will display temperatures as degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius. (Coin models only) Total amount of hours run. 0 (adjustable from 0 to 200 where 0 = brightest and 200 is dimmest) 6: BOTTOM BACKLIGHT – adjusts brightness of bottom display. Ready Prompt To start insert Ready Custom (up to 21 characters) 2. and the SOFTWARE REV. When the item is selected and entered. then these faults will be displayed in the upper display when the SERVICE SWITCH has been transitioned.girbau. Once the item is highlighted. These parameters will be viewed to the right of the item.

LEFT COIN VALUE .99 minutes) 2: TIME FOR TOP OFF 10 (adjustable from 1 . RIGHT COIN VALUE .99 minutes) 3: DRY TEMP 160 (100° .25 (adjustable between 1-2500) 7.71° C) 4: COOL TIME 2 (0 . 113447-2 .160° F / 38° . 3 (adjustable between 0 .9 minutes) 5: REVERSING MODE OFF / ON (feature is only available if model is set to reversing) 4: MED KEY SETTINGS 1: TIME FOR AMOUNT TO START 10 (adjustable from 1 . CLEAR ESCROW 0 (adjustable between 0 . VENDING MODE ACCUMULATE TIME / ACCUMULATE COIN 3. 0 being off) 4: AXIAL MAX TEMP – adjusts axial probes set temperature 180 (adjustable between 100° .9 minutes) 5: REVERSING MODE OFF / ON (feature is only available if model is set to reversing) Gas Rev Electric Rev Steam or Oil Rev 5: LOW KEY SETTINGS 1: TIME FOR AMOUNT TO START 10 (adjustable from 1 . CLEAR COIN VAULT? NO / YES 6.160° F / 38° .2: MACHINE SETTINGS 1: MODEL Gas Non-Rev Electric Non-Rev Steam or oil Non-Rev 2: ROTATION SENSOR OFF / ON 3: LINT CLEAN FREQ.82° C) 5: BURNER SETUP One burner / Two burner (option not available for stack units) 3: HI KEY SETTINGS 1: TIME FOR AMOUNT TO START 10 (adjustable from 1 . 0 being off) 5.160° F / 38° .71° C) 4: COOL TIME 2 (0 .99 minutes) 2: TIME FOR TOP OFF 10 (adjustable from 1 .DEBIT CARD SETUP OFF / GEN 1 / GEN 2 8 Girbau.3 hours.180° F / 38° . AMOUNT FOR TOP OFF .9 minutes) 5: REVERSING MODE OFF / ON (feature is only available if model is set to reversing) 6: VENDING PARAMETERS 1.71° C) 4: COOL TIME 2 (0 . CURRENCY SYMBOL US DOLLAR ($) UK POUND (£) EURO (•) YEN (¥) TOKEN NO SYMBOL NO SYMBOL OR DECIMAL 2.99 minutes. AMOUNT TO START . S.25 (adjustable between 1-2500) 10. – adjusts time between prompts to clean lint.A.25 (adjustable between 1-2500) 9. VENDING SAFEGUARD BAD COIN RESET / BAD COIN LOCK OUT 4.10 (adjustable between 1-2500) 8.99 minutes) 3: DRY TEMP 130 (100° .99 minutes) 2: TIME FOR TOP OFF 10 (adjustable from 1 .99 minutes) 3: DRY TEMP 120 (100° .

The numeric value after “E” will represent which of the 13 event failures occurred. 113447-2 www. The 13 Event Code failures are listed in the table on the next page. it can be viewed in this location. If no fault(s) has been recorded.com 9 . END OF CYCLE OFF / ON 2. 0 being off) 4: AXIAL MAX TEMP 180 (adjustable between 100-180° F) 5: BURNER SETUP ONE BURNER / TWO BURNERS (This menu item will not be available for stack units) 5: DIAGNOSTIC MODE 1: FAULT RECORDING UPPER DRYER FAULTS* When a fault is recorded on the top pocket. then “NO LOWER FAULTS” will be displayed. The two digit number after this indicates the amount of times that event failure occurred.4: NON-COIN MODEL PROGRAM SETUP 1: CONTROL SETTINGS 1: LANGUAGE 1: LANGUAGE 1 ENGLISH FRENCH ITALIAN SPANISH DUTCH JAPANESE 2: LANGUAGE 2 NONE ENGLISH FRENCH ITALIAN SPANISH DUTCH JAPANESE 2: TEMP SCALE ºF/ºC 3: BUZZER SETTINGS 1. it can be viewed in this location. 1: (Description of fault) 2: (Description of fault) 3: (Description of fault) 4: (Description of fault) 5: (Description of fault) LOWER DRYER FAULTS* When a fault is recorded on the bottom pocket. 1: (Description of fault) 2: (Description of fault) 3: (Description of fault) 4: (Description of fault) 5: (Description of fault) * Single units will only have one set of faults. BEEP COUNT 5 (adjustable between 1-10 beeps) 4: DRY MODE COIN DRY MODE FREE DRY MODE OPL DRY MODE 5: TOP BACKLIGHT 0 (adjustable from 0 to 200 where 0 = brightest and 200 is dimmest) 6: BOTTOM BACKLIGHT 0 (adjustable from 0 to 200 where 0 = brightest and 200 is dimmest) 7: AUTO CYCLE TIMEOUT 99 (adjustable from 0 to 99 minutes) 2: MACHINE SETTINGS 1: MODEL GAS NON-REV ELECTRIC NON-REV STEAM OR OIL NON-REV GAS REV ELECTRIC REV STEAM OR OIL REV 2: ROTATION SENSOR OFF / ON 3: LINT CLEAN FREQ 3 (adjustable between 0-3 hours. If no fault(s) have been recorded.girbau. EVENTS E1:XX E2:XX E3:XX E4:XX E5:XX E6:XX E7:XX E8:XX E9:XX EA:XX EB:XX EC:XX ED:XX RESET This will reset all of the event counts to 0. All CODES starting with an “E” represent an event. An event failure is one that would still allow the dryer to run in a safe condition. then “NO UPPER FAULTS” will be displayed.

the unit will enter into Running Mode.SHORTED OPEN . Pressing the HI/UP ARROW key will allow the user to move the highlighted bar around the help menu screen. output AXL RPM MIN CODE T1 T2* H1 H2* DIAGNOSTIC MODE SELECT CYCLE Once a cycle is selected. Once a cycle has been selected the keys will now enable the user to access different features. 0 to 99 (in minutes) Help Codes ON . (1 minute at a time. When the diagnostic menu is first selected. EXHAUST TEMP PROBE AXIAL TEMP PROBE TUMBLER ROTATION SPEED TIME REMAINING HELP CODE MENU THERMOSTAT BURNER 1 THERMOSTAT BURNER 2 HEAT RETURN BURNER 1 HEAT RETURN BURNER 2 HEAT RELAY 1 CONTACTS HEAT RELAY 2 CONTACTS BLOWER FORWARD REVERSE DOOR LINT WATER PRESSURE SAIL SWITCH VAULT SWITCH WATER OUTPUT Exhaust Temperature Probe Axial Thermistor Probe Tumbler Speed in Revolutions Per Minute Time remaining in the diag. cycle Help Menu Code Thermostat (Heat Output Burner 1) Thermostat (Heat Output Burner 2) Heat Return Burner 1 Heat Return Burner 2 Heat relay 1 contacts Heat relay 2 contacts Fan output Forward drive output Shows revering relay is on Main Door Lint Door H2 O Input Sail Switch Vault Switch F. The fault can be cleared by reentering the diagnostic cycle. This two digit code will reflect a particular issue. • • • • Pressing the HI/UP ARROW key will add time to the current running cycle.CLOSED OPEN . Pressing the PAUSE/STOP key will pause the current running cycle. H2 represents the second to last failure recorded. Pressing the MED/ENTER key will access the HELP MENU.OFF ON .S. H3 represents the third to last failure recorded.OFF ON . All of the items in the code menu will automatically scroll up and continue to scroll until LOW/DOWN ARROW key is pressed to select a new help menu feature. the control will display DIAGNOSTIC MODE at the top of the display. the control will clear the fault condition so that dryer can be started. Once the cycle has finished the control should return to operating in the normal Customer Mode. There could be up to 3 “H” codes listed within the HELP MENU.OFF ON .S. The items in the help menu will refer to the current running cycle that was selected in Diagnostic Mode. 113447-2 Girbau.OFF ON .P. All CODES starting with an “H” represent some condition that could interfere with the proper functioning of the dryer. . F or C) R.CLOSED OPEN .SHORTED Diagnostic Cycle Diagnostic Mode enables the user to run the dryer(s) and access items to troubleshoot a problem with the dryer. ! Note C1 C2* B F R D L P S V W If the help menu feature “CODE” is selected. • • • H1 represents the last failure recorded.LOW . S.D.CLOSED GOOD . the current diagnostic cycle will continue to run in Customer Mode. FEATURE SYMBOL EXH FEATURE TEXT FEATURE FEATURE INFORMATION (in Deg.OPEN . This will also clear all credit in escrow and any cycle time remaining on both pockets.A.OPEN .OFF ON . highlighting “S” will show the status of the sail switch.HIGH .M.) Pressing the LOW/DOWN ARROW key will decrement time to the current running cycle. and “Events”. a cycle must be selected. Help Menu The help menu allows the user to view the status of different parts of the dryer. The table below shows the standard features available and the symbol they correlate with.CLOSED NORMAL . 10 ! Each Help Code will be followed by a two digit code. The cycle’s time and temperature will correspond to the selected cycle’s parameter settings under SETUP Mode. For example. When a cycle is running. Note If the service switch is toggled while a cycle is running and no diagnostic codes are being reported. Pressing the LOW/DOWN ARROW key will return the controls to Diagnostic Mode. the center section will list that feature and its current status. When the dryer is still in an idle state. the center section will present “Help Codes”. Once a cycle is selected. F or C) (in Deg. When a feature is highlighted. E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 EA EB EC ED FAILURE DESCRIPTION Top Radiant Sensor fault count Top Burner Ignitor fault count Top Exhaust High Limit Bottom Radiant sensor fault count Bottom Burner ignitor fault count Bot Exhaust High Limit Coin 1 Bad Coin count Coin 2 Bad Coin Count Upper pocket forward rotation sensor fault count Upper pocket reverse rotation sensor fault count Lower pocket forward rotation sensor fault count Lower pocket reverse rotation sensor fault count FSS DISABLED – Water not connected If a fault occurs during Diagnostic Mode.OFF OPEN . the controls will prompt the user to start a cycle as seen below.OFF ON . the control will enter into a fault cool down and the occurring fault will be displayed.OFF ON .EVENT I.OFF ON .

CHECK MAIN DOOR AND LINT ACCESS AND SELECT CYCLE TO RESTART”.girbau. If the fault condition no longer exists. Fault cool down can be exited if the fault is manually cleared by entering the diagnostic cycle. the control will log the fault and display “OUT OF ORDER”. There is an automatic fault clearing feature for this fault. the heat will immediately turn off and if the sail switch fails to close within the allotted 30-seconds. The control will display “SAIL SWITCH CLOSED FAULT. DRIVE or HEAT. the control will display on the screen that the control is “STARTING” and will not turn on the FAN. usually an open or shorted probe condition. when the fault is detected. Gen2 Card Reader Communication Fault This fault occurs when the control has not received a health check function from the Gen2 debit card reader in 30-seconds. Once the control enters Ready Mode and the fault has not been corrected or cleared. If the machine is in Running Mode. 113447-2 www. the control will clear the fault condition and return to READY Mode. A sail switch open fault can also occur once a cycle is in process. The fault is self clearing. the control will clear the fault condition and return to READY Mode. There is an automatic fault clearing feature for this fault.HELP CODE 81 86 87 82 89 88 84 83 90 91 92 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 EA EB EC ED Axial Probe CODE DESCRIPTION Lower Exhaust Probe Fault Upper Exhaust Probe Fault Upper Axial Probe Fault Lower Axial Probe Fault Upper Sail Switch Open Fault Upper Sail Switch Closed Fault Lower Sail Switch Open Fault Lower Sail Switch Closed Fault Upper Rotation Sensor Fault Lower Rotation Sensor Fault Gen2 Card Reader Communication Fault Top Radiant Sensor fault count Top Burner Ignitor fault count Top Exhaust High Limit Bottom Radiant sensor fault count Bottom Burner Ignitor fault count Bottom Exhaust High Limit Coin 1 Bad Coin count Coin 2 Bad Coin Count Upper pocket forward rotation sensor fault count Upper pocket reverse rotation sensor fault count Lower pocket forward rotation sensor fault count Lower pocket reverse rotation sensor fault count FSS DISABLED – Water not connected An axial thermistor probe fault occurs when the control detects that the axial thermistor is reading a temperature that is out of the probe’s normal operating temperature range for more than 30-seconds. Once a SAIL SWITCH CLOSED FAULT is detected the control will log the fault and will not allow the cycle to continue. SELECT CYCLE TO RESTART. If the probe fault occurs in a drying cycle the control will enter the fault Cool Down Mode and will run for the full 3 minutes of fault cool down. the control will fault and display “SAIL SWITCH OPEN FAULT. The control will allow the sail switch 30-seconds to open before the control faults out with a SAIL SWITCH CLOSED FAULT. Faults __________________________________ Exhaust Probe An exhaust probe fault occurs when the control detects that the exhaust temperature transducer is reading a temperature that is out of the probe’s normal operating temperature range for more than 3-seconds. if it is not. PAUSE Mode or any other idle state. At which point the control will enter fault Cool Down Mode where the fan will remain active for 3 minutes or the exhaust probe temp is below 100° F. the control will display the HELP CODE 92 but will not stop the cycle from running. Sail Switch Closed A sail switch closed fault occurs when a cycle is starting up from either READY Mode. The control will display “SAIL SWITCH OPEN FAULT. the control will not be able to shut down based on temperature. If a fault occurs while in Help Mode.com 11 . Sail Switch Open A sail switch open fault occurs when a cycle is starting from either READY Mode. PAUSE Mode or any other idle state. Codes can be cleared by pressing and holding the PAUSE/ STOP key for 3-seconds. If the probe fault occurs in a drying cycle the control will enter the fault Cool Down Mode and will run for the full 3 minutes of fault cool down. If the sail switch does not close within the allotted 10-seconds the control will log the fault and will not allow the cycle to continue. If the fault condition no longer exists. Pressing the PAUSE/STOP key will return the controls to Diagnostic Mode. The last item listed in the code menu will identify the revision of the software that is being used on the control board. If the control detects that the sail switch has opened. the control will not be able to shut down based on temperature. Once a temperature/cycle is selected the control will start the time and verify the sail switch is open. the control will clear the OUT OF ORDER condition and allow full dryer functionality again. If this fault occurs in Ready or Vending Modes. Fault cool down can be exited if the fault is manually cleared by entering the diagnostic cycle. the control will display “OUT OF ORDER”. CHECK MAIN DOOR AND LINT ACCESS AND SELECT CYCLE TO RESTART”. Rotation Sensor Fault A rotation sensor fault occurs when the control is in a cycle and does not detect any rotation sensor pulses in more than 10-seconds. the fault will be displayed as a Help Code or Event Code. therefore. once communication is reestablished.

if the issue still exists the control will fault out again disabling the fault drive output. If the control senses a lack of water pressure. At which point the control will enter fault Cool Down Mode until the exhaust temperature probe reads less than 100° F or the dryer has been in fault cool down for more than 3 minutes. If the Reversing Mode also fails the control will enter a ROTATION SENSOR FAULT disabling the entire machine. use the “UP” and “DOWN” arrow keys to select the cycle type that you would like to edit. This fault has both automatic and manual fault clearing. this event will appear. and all doors need to be closed. however it pertains to the reversing drive output instead of the forward drive output. Then the dryer will transition to a reversing drive output. if a rotation sensor fault condition is detected. 113447-2 . Note A cycle can only be edited if the controller is in the “READY” state. Forward Rotation Sensor Fault A forward rotation fault pertains only to reversing machines. Reverse Rotation Sensor Fault REVERSE ROTATION SENSOR FAULT is identical to FORWARD ROTATION FAULT. Events _________________________________ Radiant Sensor Fault Count A radiant sensor fault count will occur when a gas model dryer attempts to turn on the burner system and never receives a 120V return signal within a predefined time.A. ! NOTES __________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Burner Igniter Fault Count A burner ignition fault count will occur when a gas model dryer attempts to turn on the burner system and receives a 120V on the burner return signal but it does not transition to a 0V return signal within a predefined time. 12 Girbau. press and hold the “ENTER” for 3-seconds. Using the UP and DOWN arrow keys will allow the user to scan through each parameter. Editing Non-Coin Cycles_______________ Choosing Cycle to Edit At the READY message. Exhaust High Limit This location is a count of the times that the exhaust high limit has been sensed in the open position.Exhaust High Temp Fault An exhaust high temperature fault occurs when the exhaust probe is detecting a tumbler temperature that is 20° F above the max dryer temperature set point for more than 10-seconds. If the condition is corrected the control will recover from out of order immediately after the blockage is no longer seen. FSS Disabled – Water Not Connected This event pertains only to machines with a fire detection system. Blocked Coin Drop This fault occurs if the control senses a blockage in the coin input. If the coin input is blocked for more than 8-seconds the control will go to out of order and will not allow the control to start a cycle. This is considered an event and a counter will keep track of how many times this fault condition is occurring. that way. Pressing “ENTER” while the parameter is boxed. the machine will continue to run with the forward drive output disabled until the next cycle is started. will allow the user to adjust the parameter. the drive output would be shut off. no fault condition may exist. The next cycle should operate with both drive outputs. The way this fault works is if the dryer is reversing and is running a cycle that has the reversing option enabled. S. Once the desired cycle is chosen. If the dryer continues to run without an issue. Bad Coin Count This location is a count of all the bad coin occurrences that were detected from the coin input. This menu will also allow the user to view and edit each particular item’s settings.

choose the ➝ and press ENTER. 240 240 240 240 240 240 120 240 240 240 240 240 240 120 240 240 240 240 240 240 Stop 5-10 sec. space. Once a dry setting has been chosen. This will save the new cycle name. ➝ ➝ Note There is no need to enter (spaces) in any of the remaining character spaces. Example: A _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Editing Dry Settings This option will allow the user to change a particular cycle’s settings. (0-9).com 13 . the next character can now be changed. CYCLE TYPE AUTO MANUAL CYCLE TIME (Only used if MANUAL cycle type is selected) 0 to 99 (minutes) DRY LEVEL (Only used if AUTO cycle type is selected) FIN (FINISHING) DRY XDRY DRY TEMP 100 to 160 F (degrees Fahrenheit) 38 to 71 C (degrees Celsius) COOL TIME (Only used if MANUAL cycle type is selected) 0 to 99 M (minutes) COOL DOWN TEMP (Only used if MANUAL cycle type is selected) 70 to 100 F (degrees Fahrenheit) 38 to 71 C (degrees Celsius) 6: REVERSING MODE OFF / ON 7: REV SPIN TIME 120 to 240 S (seconds) 8: REV STOP TIME 5 to 10 S (seconds) Use the “UP” and “DOWN” arrow keys to scroll through the available characters. Once the “ENTER” key is pressed. 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 DENIM HEAVY TOWELS HAND TOWELS WHITES COLORS SHEETS COTTONS DELICATES EXTRA DELICATE WRINKLE REMOVAL TOUCH UP CASUAL DUVET HAND WASH SILK WOOLENS AIR NEW CYCLE 1 NEW CYCLE 2 Editing Cycle Name This option will allow the user to rename the cycle that was chosen under the “CYCLE SETTINGS” message. Once “ENTER” is pressed. Once ENTER is pressed. and ➝ . The available characters are (A-Z).The following are the default cycle descriptions: Cool Down Manual Only Cycle Name Cycle Type Auto / Manual AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL Dryness Time Manual Only 50 50 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 5 15 40 50 20 20 30 0 30 30 Reversing Temp 21º-38º C 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 21 21 21 38 38 21 21 21 21 21 38 38 Level Auto Only DRY DRY XDRY DRY XDRY DRY DRY FIN FIN FIN DRY DRY DRY DRY DRY DRY DRY DRY DRY DRY Temp 100º-160º F 160 155 155 155 155 145 141 140 130 100 160 155 150 125 125 120 100 100 150 150 Temp 38º-71º C 71 68 68 68 68 63 61 60 54 38 71 68 65 52 52 49 38 38 66 66 Time 0-9 min. 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 2 2 4 4 10 10 20 4 4 Temp 70º-100º F 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 70 70 70 100 100 70 70 70 70 70 100 100 Mode Off / On ON OFF ON OFF OFF OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF Spin 120-240 sec. Up to 16 characters are available for each cycle name. ! 113447-2 www. Pressing PAUSE will exit out of the edit cycle name menu and none of the changes will be saved. the display will bring the user to that menu items menu selection menu. the name will change to 16 underlined character spaces. Example: T A _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Once the last character is entered. the display will transition to an edit CYCLE NAME menu.girbau. When this option is chosen by pressing ENTER. all remaining characters will become spaces.

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