Circuit diagram of function options for I/O module type 2 ....29 Electrical installation ................37 Gas installation ..................41 Fasten the label ...................42 Tables of pressure and adjustments WD4130 ........43 Conversion instructions WD4130 ............44 Tables of pressure and adjustments WD4240 ........45 Conversion instructions WD4240 ............46 Data label ....................48...
Safety Precautions Safety Precautions The machine is only intended for water-wash use. Do not dry unwashed items in the machine The machine is not to be used if industrial chemicals have been used for cleaning. Do not allow minors to use the machine. Do not hose down the machine with water.
Installation Installation Transportation and unpacking, WD4130, WD4240 The machine is delivered complete with expan- sion bolts etc. packed inside the machine in the drum. The machine is delivered bolted onto the transport pallet and packed in a crate or box.
Installation Siting and floor Install the machine close to a floor drain or open drain. In order to make installation and servicing the ma chine easier the following clearances are recommended: • At least 1000 mm between the machine and the wall behind • and min. 50 mm on both sides of the machine whether installed next to the wall or other machines.
Installation Mechanical installation • Mark and drill 2 holes, ø 10 mm and 50 mm deep in the positions X shown. WD4130 WD4240 = position of feet = drilling points for expander bolts Front 5358 • The machine shall be lifted in the bottom frame. • Place the machine over the two drilled holes. • Screw home the feet as much as possible before starting to level the machine. • Check that the machine is placed in level.
Installation Water connections All intake connections to the machine are to be fitted with manual shut-off valves and filters, to facilitate installation and servicing. Water pipes and hoses should be flushed clean before installation. After installation hoses should hang in gentle arcs. All connectors present on the machine must be connected up.
Installation Water type Water connection cold and cold cold*/ * For detergent container 5339 A...
Installation Drain connection Connect a 75 mm (3") pipe or rubber hose to the machine’s drain pipe, ensuring a downward flow from the machine. Avoid sharp bends which may prevent proper draining. The drainage pipe should be located over a floor drain, drainage channel or the like so that the distance between the outlet and the drain is at least 25 mm (1").
Installation Exhaust duct • The exhaust duct must be smooth on the inside (low air resistance). • The exhaust duct must lead to the outdoors. • The exhaust duct must lead clear of the building as condensation may cause frost damage to the building. • The exhaust duct must be protected against rain and foreign objects. • The exhaust duct must have gentle bends. • The exhaust duct must not be a shared duct between machinees and appliances using gas or other fuels as their energy source. When several machines share an exhaust duct: • The exhaust duct diameter must increase after each machine. The table below shows the exhaust duct diameter and the necessary fresh-air inlet area.
Installation W00049 W00052 WD4130 No. of machines Air outlet pipe diameter in mm Required area of fresh-air inlet m 0.04 0.08 0.12 0.16 0.20 0.24 0.28 0.32 0.36 0.40 Each machine requires a 200 x 200 mm fresh-air inlet opening.
Minimum air volume If the outlet air volume gets too low the microprocessor will report an error and error code E15 will be displayed. Type Power Recommended air flow range (cold machine) m WD4130 290-310 WD4130 310-340 WD4240 510-540 WD4240...
Air volume control WD4130 Remove cover panel for the fan inverter at the rear of the machine. Example: WD4130 with a 10 kW power must have an optimum air volume of 310-340 m /h. (Empty machine and no heat). Pressure drop is measured by removing temp. sensor (1) and adapt a hose connected to a pressure gauge.
Installation Diagram with pressure drop curve WD4130 (8 kW, Electric heated machine) Air flow 290 m Air flow 310 m Pressure drop vs fan frequency fan motor frequency (Hz) Diagram with pressure drop curve WD4130 (10 kW, Gas heated machine)
Installation Air volume control WD4240 Remove cover panel for the fan inverter at the rear of the machine. Example: WD4240 with a 19 kW power must have an optimum air volume of 540-580 m /h. (Empty machine and no heat). Pressure drop is measured by removing temp.
Installation Diagram with pressure drop curve WD4240 (16 kW, Electric heated machine) Air flow 510 m Air flow 540 m Pressure drop vs fan frequency fan motor frequency (Hz) Diagram with pressure drop curve WD4240 (19 kW, Gas heated machine) Air flow 540 m Air flow 580 m Pressure drop vs fan frequency...
Installation Connection of external liquid supplies The external dosing equipment power supply must never be connected to the machine’s incoming terminal block. Detergent signal 1 to 5: • Connect the external pump equipment for liquid washing detergent sig- nal 1 to 5 to the I/O board, which is located to the right of the incoming power supply.
Installation Outputs Detergent signal 1 to 5: • Connect external power supply (e.g. 24V DC) for pumps to 9 and 10. If an internal power supply (from the washing machine) is being used, it can be taken from 1 (N) and connec- ted to 9 and from 2 (L) and connected to 10. Detergent signal 6 to 10: Connect external power supply (e.g. 24V DC) Dosing system...
Installation Inputs • The signal level can be 5-24V DC/AC or 100- 240V AC. For 5-24V, the signal reference is connected to 3 and for 100-240V to 4. Poten- tials on the inputs cannot be mixed. NB! The I/O board will be damaged if the vol- tage on connection 3 is too high, >24V. 6236...
Installation • Connection 8 may be connected if the washing program is to pause, e.g. while washing detergent is being dosed. The figure shows an example of engaging a 24V pause signal. The washing program will pause for as long as the pause signal remains activated (high). Dosing system Common 0V Pause signal 24V DC 6266 Detergent tank Empty 230V 6265 • Connection 7. If this is connected, an error message will be displayed indicating that one of the chemical tanks is empty.
Installation Circuit diagram of function options for I/O module type 2 The wiring diagram for I/O module type 2 may be one of the following variants: 22A, 22B, 22C, 22D, 22E, 22F or 22H. Type of I/O card Address Function I/O:s P out Inp opt V in Out 5NO Out CO External Coin meter 230V...
Installation Type of I/O card Address Function I/O:s P out Inp opt V in Out 5NO Out CO Central payment Start 230 Program run 1 Central payment Supply 0 Common 24V Program run 1 Start 24 Supply 24 Central payment Start permitted 6316 • To start the machine from a central payment system, the payment system...
Installation Type of I/O card Address Function I/O:s P out Inp opt V in Out 5NO Out CO Central payment Coges Machine free 1 Start permitted Central payment EBS, Camping Start permitted 6313 • The central payment or booking system shall transmit an active (high) signal to the washing machine once permission has been granted to start the machine. The signal must remain active (high) until the machine starts.
Installation Type of I/O card Address Function I/O:s P out Inp opt V in Out 5NO Out CO "Time of day discount" "Time of day discount" 100-240VAC "Time of day discount" 24V AC/DC 6314 • The figure shows standard function addressing for machines with the 3L41 program package. • By maintaining an activated (high) signal on connection 5 ("Price red"), the price of the wash program can be reduced.
Installation Type of I/O card Address Function I/O:s Inp opt P out V in Out 5NO Out CO 6315 • Heating pause: By connecting a signal to connection 6, you can pause opera- tion of the machine whilst it heats up. The machine will pause for as long as the pause signal remains active (high).
Installation Type of I/O card Address Function I/O:s Con 110 Con 107 Central booking / payment EBS / PCB / Camping Start permitted 230V Central booking / payment Start permitted EBS / PCB / Camping +24V Central payment Status machine Start permitted Plexa Compact 6944...
Installation External power supply 7016 • Connect external power supply (e.g. 24V DC) for pumps to 3 and 4. If an internal power supply (from the washing machine) is being used, it can be taken from 1 and connected to 3 and from 2 and connected to 4.
Installation Electrical installation Electrical installation must be carried out by an authorized personnel! 1NAC Machines with frequency-controlled motors can be incompatible with certain types of earth leakage circuit breaker. It is important to know that the machines are designed to provide a high level of personal safety, which is why items of external equipment such as earth leakage circuit breakers 5332...
Installation Three-phase connection: Connect the earth, neutral and phase wires as shown in example ”3AC” and ”3N AC” in the figure. When the installation is completed, check: • that the drum is empty. • that the machine operates by turning on the mains switch, starting the machine and using RAPID ADVANCE to reach the spin cycle (see operations manual). 5333 6525 3N AC...
Installation WD4130 Heating Voltage Total Fuse alternative alternative No heating 200 V 3 AC 1.6 or Gas heating 208-240 V 1 AC 1.6 El heating 200 V 3 AC 9.5 220-240 V 1 AC 12.5 208-240 V 3 AC 11.8 220-240 V 3 AC 12.5 380-415 V 3N/3 AC 12.5 415 V 3N AC 12.5 440/480 V 3 AC 13.5 380-415/220-240 V 3N/3 12.5 20/35 WD4240 Heating Voltage Total...
Mount a shut-off valve upstream from the machine. The gas connection to the machine should be dimensioned to an output of 10 kW (WD4130) and 19 kW (WD4240). The factory nozzle pressure setting corresponds to the fuel value given on the name plate.
Installation Fasten the label Before installing the machine fasten the label “Read the user instructions” on the inside of the door in a suitable place and at the front panel. The label must have the correct country code, choose the correct label from the gas kit.
Installation Table of pressure and adjustment WD4130 This gas appliance has been build to run on natural gas group I2H and I2E, commonly identified by GNH. (Japan: LPG). The data label shows the nozzle size and the nozzle pressure and the countries that use this gas quality: AT,BG,CZ,DK,EE,FI,GR,HR,HU,IS,IE,IT, LV, LT,NO,PT,RO,SK,SI,ES,SE,CH,TR,GB,and non-European countries.
Installation Conversion instructions WD4130 • Cut the power to the machine. • Dismount the rear cover (A). • Remove nozzle (B). • Mount the enclosed nozzle (1). • Replace/mount air reducing plate according to table on previous page. All air reducing plate types are shown.
Installation Table of pressure and adjustment WD4240 This gas appliance has been build to run on natural gas group I2H and I2E, commonly identified by GNH. (Japan: LPG). The data label shows the nozzle size and the nozzle pressure and the countries that use this gas quality: AT,BG,CZ,DK,EE,FI,GR,HR,HU,IS,IE,IT, LV, LT,NO,PT,RO,SK,SI,ES,SE,CH,TR,GB,and non-European countries.
Installation Conversion instructions WD4240 • Cut the power to the machine. • Dismount the rear cover (A). • Remove the screw on the side of the locking plate x. • Pull out the locking plate x, this releases the gas pipe. • Remove the nozzle (1). • Turn the pipe a little and mount the supplied gas nozzle. • Push pipe with new nozzle back into its place. • Push locking plate all the way in and tighten the screw. 7116 7117...
Installation • Replace/mount air reducing plate according to table on previous page. All air reducing plate types are shown. • Loosen the measuring branch screw (2) 1/4 turn; connect a manometer to the measuring branch (2). • Connect the power and select a programme with heating.
MANIF. PRESSURE : 9 MBAR. INJECTOR: Ø2,58 MM NATURAL GAS: G20 IP24D (INLET PRES: 20 MBAR, CAL. VAL. 37400 KJ/M3) For safety reasons use only genuine spare parts. Made in Sweden Electrolux Laundry Systems AB 341 80 Ljungby, Sweden. WXXXXX 9868XXXXXX Product no.: 09XXX / 99XXXXX Serial no.:...
Function checks Function checks Perform the following checks once the machine is installed: • Open the manual water valves. • Open gas valve (if gas heated). • Turn on the power to the machine. • Put detergent into compartment 2 (Main wash). • Select a high temp. program with the control knob (1). • Press the knob. Check: 6217, 6179 • that the drum rotates normally and that there are no unusual noises. • that there are no leaks in water supply/drain connections. • that water passes through the detergent compartment and fabric conditioner compart- ment.
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