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Service manual
Selecta II
T4290, T4530, T4650,
T4900, T41200, T4300S, T4420S
TD30, TD50, TD60, TD75, TD77,
TD100, TD135, TD30x30, TD45x45
WD4130, WD4240
T4250 from machine no. 23350/0006970
T4350 from machine no. 23250/0003715
487 05 40 31/EN
Original instructions
2014.06.25

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  • Page 1 Service manual Selecta II T4290, T4530, T4650, T4900, T41200, T4300S, T4420S TD30, TD50, TD60, TD75, TD77, TD100, TD135, TD30x30, TD45x45 WD4130, WD4240 T4250 from machine no. 23350/0006970 T4350 from machine no. 23250/0003715 487 05 40 31/EN Original instructions 2014.06.25...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Safety precautions ..................5 Description ....................7 General ....................7 Operating panel ..................8 Versions ....................9 Connector numbers ................10 Usage of the connections ..............12 Switching to programming mode ............13 Programs ....................15 General ....................15 Quick diagram ..................16 Changing factory settings ..............17 Resetting new settings ................18 Return to factory settings ..............18 Group 2 - To access Area B ..............19 Passcode to Area B ................19...
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Safety Precautions Programming is only to be carried out by qualified personnel. High voltage on the printed circuit board. ImPoRtaNt SeRvICe Note! Continuity and resistance measurements suggested by the procedures in this manual require that power to the dryer be disconnected, and that the device whose resistance is being measured be disconnected from all circuits that might affect the accuracy of the measurement.
  • Page 7: Description

    Description Description Generel From factory, the dryer has been set to specific values for: Time, temperature, cooling, reversing, etc. The above parameters are changeable by reprogramming the Selecta Control PCB. Selecta Control PCB The PCB Module is located under the top cover on the front of the machi- ne, see the service manual for the specific dryer.
  • Page 8: Operating Panel

    Description operating panel There are different types of operating panels. On the dryer operating panel the buttons might not have any symbols in which case they are only usable when the dryer is in service mode. In service mode the 4 buttons are used for changing the parameters. Selected temperature Light emitting diode is lit at the selected temperature or show the default- temperature setting.
  • Page 9: Versions

    Description versions Software version The software version is only readable in menu 1-3-1, see section "Program Unit" Selecta Version Information about the Selecta version can be found on the label. The label is located on the circuit board. It can only be read when the circuit board is removed.
  • Page 10: Connector Numbers

    Description Connector numbers In the error analyses in the section "Troubleshooting" later in this manual connections P1-P23 are mentioned. The P-numbers are printed on the print board. The usage of the connections appears from the wiring diagrams supplied with the dryer. The positionings of P1-P23 are shown on the following page.
  • Page 11 Description view 1 See view 1 view 2...
  • Page 12: Usage Of The Connections

    Description Usage of the connections It is possible to connect following features to the PCB: Fan motor/Drum motor Overheating protection and vacuum 110 V AC in 110 V AC out Heating system External ELS network Internal ELS network 18 V AC out 18 V AC in P10 RMC P11 RS 232 –...
  • Page 13: Switching To Programming Mode

    Description Switching to Programming mode a = Service button. B = Gas reset button, active on gas dryer. Switching 1. Press button a. After pressing button a the display shows: 0 -- = Group 0. 2. Program the dryer as described on the following pages.
  • Page 15: Programs

    Program Program General The Selecta II Control parameter memory is divided into 2 areas. Area A General user level, eg. the owner or manager. Contains: Group 0 and Group 1 Group 2 Group 0 and 1 are owner-accessible registers for setting time and tempe- rature values, and reading operating timers.
  • Page 16: Quick Diagram

    Program Quick-diagram Main groups Subgroups Group 0 - Temperature / drying time 0 01 - 0 08 See Selecta Control manual supplied the dryer Group 1 - Reading total counters 1 01 - 1 05 See Selecta Control manual supplied the dryer Group 2 - Code to area B You are now in Area B Group 3 -Log...
  • Page 17: Changing Factory Settings

    Program Changing factory settings In order to clarify things a step by step instruction of how to move within a main group fol- lows. Based on an example the instruction shows how to change the residual moisture factory setting in program 4 (See Overview of factory setting Group 7).- Start 1.
  • Page 18: Resetting New Settings

    Program Resetting new settings To delete all special settings and return to the factory settings follow the steps below: Return to factory settings Return to factory settings is done in Group 4 - Setting dryer, parameter group 4 06. 1. Step forward to group 4_ _ 2.
  • Page 19: Group 2 - To Access Area B

    Program Group 2 - to access area B To access “Area B” (where parameter group 3 to 9 + group A are located), the passcode "01" must be entered into parameter register 2 01, as follows: Passcode to area B 1.
  • Page 20: Group 3 - Log

    Program Group 3 - Log Readable parameters All error codes are registered in the error log. Beside error codes E 01 - E 18, there are a number of internal error codes which are not displayed but only registered in the error log. Error codes registred in the log that are not on the error code list (E 01-E 18) in this manual should be reported to the manufacturer.
  • Page 21: Group 3 - Reading The Error Log

    Program Group 3 - Reading the error log Example 1. Press Up the display reads 3 _ _ 2. Press Enter the display reads 3 01 ˉ 3. Press Enter the display reads eg. The display shows the error code. The following steps shows the running time where the error occured.
  • Page 22: Group 4 - Setting Dryer

    Program Group 4 - Setting dryer Adjustable parameters 4 01 Para- Designation Range Step Factory Comments meter / setting group 4 01 Reversing 00 - 01 0 / 1 0 = oFF / 1 = oN...
  • Page 23 Program Group 4 - Setting dryer Adjustable parameters 4 02 Para- Dryer type Factory setting Heating Step meter / group 4 02 All steam heated dryers Steam T4300/T5300 TD30x30 Electric Gas normal Gas (JP+US) T4250/4350 Electric Gas normal Gas (JP+US) T4900/41200 TD100/135 Electric...
  • Page 24 Program Group 4 - Setting dryer Adjustable parameters 4 03 to 4 06 Para- Designation Range Step Factory Comments meter / setting group 4 03 Payment setting 00 - 08 No payment 1 Coin (NC = Normally Closed, coin meter) 1 Coin (No = Normally open) 2 Coin (NC = Normally Closed, coin meter) 2 Coin (No = Normally open) CP Time...
  • Page 25: Group 4 - Connecting Cmis (Option)

    0 - 99 CMIS: 10 sec (Error code E21) LM10: 90 sec (Error code E22) 4 10 Dryer type 1-14 T4130 T3190 T3250 T3350 T3300 T3290 T3530 T3650 ------- T4250 T4350 T3900 T31200 T4300 T4190 T4290 T4530 T4650 T4900 T41200 T4900CR T41200CR...
  • Page 26: Group 5 - Setting Control Of Temperature, Drum And Buzzer

    Program Group 5 - Setting control of temperature, drum and buzzer Adjustable parameters Para- Designation Range Step Factory Comments meter / setting group 5 01 Temperature °C / °F 0 - 1 0 / 1 0 / 1 0 = °C / 1 = °F 5 02 Temperature hysteresis 01 –...
  • Page 27: Group 6 - Setting Maximum Values

    Program Group 6 - Setting maximum values Adjustable parameters Para- Designation Step Range Factory Comments meter / setting group 1 – 9 Coin 6 01 Number of P programmes AHL AutoStop AHL RMC OPL AutoStop OPL RMC Para- Designation Dryer/heating type Range Step Factory...
  • Page 28: Group 7 - Setting Programs

    Program Group 7 - Setting programs Adjustable parameters Residual moisture control (RMC) for programmes P1 - P9 Para- Designation Range Step Factory setting meter / group Coin Auto- Auto- Stop Stop 7 01 esidual moisture P1 0 – 57% 7 02 Residual moisture P2 0 –...
  • Page 29 Program Group 7 - Setting programs Adjustable parameters Extra drying time for programmes P1 - P9 Para- Designation Range Step Factory setting meter / group Coin Auto- Auto- Stop Stop 7 10 Extra drying time P1 00 – 90 min 7 11 Extra drying time P2 00 –...
  • Page 30 Program Group 7 - Setting programs Adjustable parameters Time / Automatic for programmes P1 - P9 Para- Designation Range Step Factory setting meter / group Coin Auto- Auto- Stop Stop 7 19 Time/Automatic control P1 00 –01 7 20 Time/Automatic control P2 00 –01 7 21 Time/Automatic control P3...
  • Page 31 70°C / 160°F 70°C / 160°F 7 36 Temperature for P9 30-70°C / 86-160°F 70°C / 160°F 70°C / 160°F T4290, T4530, T4650, T4900, T41200 7 28 Temperature for P1 30-80°C / 86-176°F 80°C / 176°F 80 / 176°F 7 29 Temperature for P2 30-80°C / 86-176°F...
  • Page 32 Program Group 7 - Setting programs Adjustable parameters Drying time for Time programmes P1 - P9 Para- Designation Range Step Factory setting meter / group Coin Auto- Auto- Stop Stop 7 37 Drying time P1 00 – 90 min 7 38 Drying time P2 00 –...
  • Page 33 Program Group 7 - Setting programs Adjustable parameters The dryer ends the cooling down program when the chosen time has run out (3 min.) and when the chosen temperature (45°C) is reached. Cooling down temperature for programmes P1 - P9 Para- Designation Range Step...
  • Page 34 Program Group 7 - Setting programs Adjustable parameters Reversing on/off for programmes P1 - P9 Para- Designation Range Step Factory setting * meter / Coin group Auto- Auto- Stop Stop 7 64 Reversing P1 00 - 01 7 65 Reversing P2 00 - 01 7 66 Reversing P3...
  • Page 35: Group 8 - Setting Programs

    Program Group 8 - Setting programs Adjustable parameters Resetting counters Para- Designation Range Step Factory Comments meter / setting group 8 01 Reset service counter 00 - 01 00/01 01 = Reset counter 8 02 Reset trip counter 00 - 01 00/01 01 = Reset counter...
  • Page 36: Group 9 - Setting Programs

    Program Group 9 - Setting programs Adjustable parameters Various tests Para- Designation Range Step Factory Comments meter / setting group 9 01 Test output 0 00/01 01 = Heat on in 3 seconds 9 02 Test output 1 00/01 01 = Drum left active in 3 seconds 9 03 Test output 2 00/01...
  • Page 37: Group A - Setting Programs

    Program Group a - Setting programs Adjustable parameters Customized user panel Para- Designation Range Step Factory Comments meter / setting group A 01 Standby value 000 - 0999 Value shown when dryer is free A 02 Standby value blinks 00/01 01/00 01 = Value blinks when dryer is free A 03 Final blinks...
  • Page 38: Changing Programs

    Program Changing P-programs Following parameters determine how eg. program P1 is executed. Parameter explanation 7.01 Residual moisture level in %. 7.10 Extra drying time, for how long the drying must carry on after 0% is reached. 7.19 Time / Automatics, the program can be set with a specified time period or with a non-time determined drying via the built-in automatics.
  • Page 39: Troubleshooting

    troubleshooting troubleshooting General The dryer is equipped with an automatic diagnostic system. Operating problems are displayed as blinking error codes. Whenever an error occurs, the dryer stops operating. Except where noted, error codes are cleared by disconnecting the power or by entering the service program. error analysis A diagnostic procedure is provided for each error code. If an error has not been corrected after the procedure, please contact the manufacturer for additional assistance.
  • Page 40: Check List - Error Codes Related To Overheating

    troubleshooting Check list - error codes related to overheating General note regarding error codes related to overheating: Before troubleshooting the electronic systems of the machine, examine the dryer to determine if the airflow is normal. Insufficient airflow due to over-filling the machine, lint-obstructed screens, air passages and ducts, or improper exhaust venting are all possible cau- ses of various errors.
  • Page 41: Error Codes Overview

    troubleshooting error codes overview error Description code e 01 Not in use e 02 Not in use e 03 the input sensor has short circuited The thermistor that measures air temperature at the drum inlet or the wires running to the sensor has short circuited.
  • Page 42: Troubleshooting

    troubleshooting error codes overview error Description code e 19 Not in use e 20 machine is out of operation The tumble dryer has been deactivated by the PC software. e 21 Network error, no polling CmIS The computer has not called the tumble dryer during the timeout period. e 22 Network error, no polling CBt The computer has not called the tumble dryer during the timeout period.
  • Page 43 troubleshooting E 03 – The input sensor has short circuited error description The error code indicates either that there is a short circuit in the PT-100 sensor connected to the circuit board, or in the wires from the circuit board to the PT-100 sensor. The error may also be caused by a defective detection circuit on the circuit board.
  • Page 44 troubleshooting E 04 - The output sensor has short circuited error description The error code indicates either that there is a short circuit in the NTC sensor connected to the circuit board, or in the wires from the circuit board to the NTC sensor. The error may also be caused by a defective circuit board.
  • Page 45 troubleshooting E 05 - The fan motor has overheated (Motor 1) Only in machines with 2 motors error description The thermal protection switch inside the fan motor is connected to the PCB. This error indicates that the thermal protection switch, or the harness between the board and the switch, has opened.
  • Page 46 troubleshooting E 06 - The drum motor has overheated (Motor 2) error description The thermal protection switch inside the drum motor is connected to the PCB. This error indicates that the thermal protection switch, or the harness between the board and the switch, has opened. A defective PCB can also cause this error.
  • Page 47 Troubleshooting E 07 - External error Error description External equipment connected to the tumble dryer on connection P20-2 generates an error. Correct the error in the external equipment.
  • Page 48 troubleshooting E 08 - Machine overheated error description There is an overheating thermostat with a manual reset on both air inlet and outlet. These thermostats are connected with each other in series. The error code indicates that one or the overheating thermostats, or their associated wi- res, has opened.
  • Page 49 troubleshooting E 09 - Filter lid open Check that the filter lid is closed. Restart the machine.
  • Page 50 troubleshooting E 10 - Incorrect programming error description This error occurs when the parameter set-up is inconsistent. Note! When resetting the circuit board the user adjusted programs disappear and need reprogramming. The dryer stops operating. error analysis E – 10 1. Enter the service program. Replace the PCB Does the E10 return? Set Menu 10-1 to "1"...
  • Page 51 troubleshooting E 11 - Drying error with RMC program error description Error code E11 occurs if the RMC system does not register that the clothes are dry within 90 minutes (factory setting). The dryer stops automatically when the clothes have the chosen residual moisture. error analysis E –...
  • Page 52 troubleshooting E 12 - Drying error with autostop program error description Error code E12 occurs if the Auto Stop system does not register that the clothes are dry within 90 minutes (factory setting). error analysis E – 12 Has the heating been Go to step 2.
  • Page 53 troubleshooting E 13 - Drying error with time program error description Error code E13 occurs with Payment systems where the customer or system has requested a longer drying time than the allowed 90 minutes (factory setting on the dryer). Error code is not displayed but is registered in the error log. error analysis E –...
  • Page 54 Troubleshooting E 14 - Gas error, push gas reset button Error description When the ignition control fails to detect a flame, a signal is sent to the PCB, and error code E14 is displayed. The metal probe of the flame sensor generates an electrical current when exposed to the burner's flame.
  • Page 55 troubleshooting E 14 - Gas error, push gas reset button Gas resetting See on the preprevious page. error analysis E – 14 1. Is there a Is the flame sensor Replace the short-lived placed in the flame / is ignition control. flame at the sensor's electrical the ignition...
  • Page 56 troubleshooting E 15 - No vacuum detected error description The vacuum/pressure switch does not close within 12 seconds of the fan starting. error analysis E – 15 See check list. Correct airflow problem 1 Is the as appropriate. underpressure in the drum compartment below 90Pa.
  • Page 57 troubleshooting E 16 - Vacuum sensor has short circuited error description The error code is displayed if either the vacuum/pressure switch is closed when an attempt is made to start the tumble dryer. error analysis E – 16 1. Is heat setting in menu 5-1-2 Go to step 2.
  • Page 58 troubleshooting E 17 - The input sensor has disconnected error description The error code is displayed when the PT100 inlet sensor is not connected. error analysis E – 17 1. Defective Measure the resistance on Go to step 2. PT100 sensor/ thePT100 sensor between harness? P18-4 and P18-3 on PCB.
  • Page 59 troubleshooting E 18 - The output sensor has disconnected error description This error is displayed when the outlet NTC sensor is disconnected. This error code can be bypassed. This may need to be done if the machine is sited in a location where external temperatures are very low.
  • Page 60 troubleshooting E 20 - Machine is out of operation error description This error is displayed if the dryer is put out of order in the CMIS program. error analysis See separate manual.
  • Page 61 troubleshooting E 21 - Network error, no polling CMIS error description The error code is displayed if the tumble dryer is connected in a CMIS system and the computer does not communicate with the tumble dryer (no call) within 10 seconds (factory timeout setting).
  • Page 62 troubleshooting E 22 - Network error, no polling CBT error description This error is displayed if the dryer is connected in a LM10 system and the PC does not communicate with the dryer (no polling) within 90 sec (time out factory setting). The error can only be removed, if communiction is re-established.
  • Page 63 troubleshooting E 24 - Condensate container is full error description Every time a program is started the pump will run for approx. 15 seconds in order to empty the container. Afterwards the pump will run every 5 minutes. This error is displayed if the pump has tried to empty the container whitout the level sensor having detected a level drop in the container.
  • Page 64 troubleshooting E 25 - Damper output air is not closed correct error description Damper output air not closed. (Applies only to Clean Room tumble dryers).
  • Page 65 troubleshooting E 26 - Damper output air is not open correct error description Damper output air not open. (Applies only to Clean Room tumble dryers).
  • Page 66 Troubleshooting E 27 - Hepa filter pressure warning Error description High pressure in Hepa filter. (Applies only to Clean Room tumble dryers). Replace filter...
  • Page 67 Troubleshooting E 28 - Input temperature oscillating Error description Internal temperature fluctuating. Warning: the heat has been on/off an unusual amount due to the intake air temperature having been too high. Check the air flow through the machine. Only applies to Clean Room dryers: Check that the prefilter and filter in the machine are not clogged.
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