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C-Series Vended Washers
T300, T400, T600 (100G)
& T350, T450 (Express Washers 200G)
Parts & Service Manual
Serial # W1.15244.001
8533-080-001 12/15

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  • Page 1 C-Series Vended Washers T300, T400, T600 (100G) & T350, T450 (Express Washers 200G) Parts & Service Manual Serial # W1.15244.001 8533-080-001 12/15...
  • Page 2 Equipment Safety Warnings Equipment Safety Warnings Symbols and Terminology Used in this Equipment Symbols and Terminology Used in this Equipment Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which if Warning! Do not operate equipment if door glass is not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. damaged in any way.
  • Page 3 Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which if not avoided, will result in death or seri- WARNING ous injury. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, • All washers must be installed in accordance to which if not avoided could result in death or all applicable electrical, plumbing and all other local serious injury.
  • Page 4 Warning! Do not operate equipment if door glass is damaged in any way. WARNING Warning! Keep clear of rotating parts. Children should be supervised to ensure they do not operate or play in or around equipment. Prohibited! Do not enter this equipment or space. Prohibited! Do not step or stand on this equip- ment.
  • Page 5 Prohibited! Do not attempt to open, touch, or pro- Notes ceed before referring to the manual or unless quali- fied. Mandatory! Read all supporting documentation be- fore operating or maintaining equipment. Mandatory! Disconnect power before servicing equipment. Mandatory! Lock out and tag out before servicing this equipment.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Dexter Safety Table of Contents Troubleshooting Machine Fault Guidelines Section 6: Errors Pages ........61-69 Section 1: Control Mounting Trough ........86 Motor Resistence Chart ........70 Machine Mounting & Installation Power Connection Terminal Block ....86 Section 5: WARNING T-300 ............14 Circuit Breaker/Fuse ........86 Machine Service Procedures T-350 &...
  • Page 7: Machine Mounting & Installation

    Door Lock Part # by Model ....114 & 115 Gear Motor Door Lock........116 Loading Door Part # by Model ....118-120 Water Inlet Valve Breakdown Part # by Model 121 Drain Valve Group Part # by Model ....122 Chassis and Drain Part # by Model ..124 & 125 Water Inlet Part # by Model ....
  • Page 8 Specifications for below models        are outlined in this book: T-350 Mounting Dimensions    WC0300-XA10ECX 120 volts 60hz. Single Phase      WC0300-XA12ECX 208-240 volts 60hz. Single Phase or Three Phase ...
  • Page 9 T-450 Mounting Dimensions T-300 Mounting Dimensions                                   ...
  • Page 10 T-350 Mounting Pad Dimensions T-400 Mounting Dimensions Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 11 T-450 Mounting Pad Dimensions T-600 Mounting Pad Dimensions Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 12: Installation

    Notes Section 2: Machine Installation & Operating Instructions Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 13: Electrical Connections

    Installation & Operation To Make Electrical Connections All washers must be installed in accordance with all local, state and national building, Disconnect all power to the washer. Remove screw and lift out the cover located in the upper left corner electrical, and plumbing codes in effect in the area.
  • Page 14: Detergent Measurements By Model

    Emergency Stop / Safety Door Lock priced temperature selections already inserted into machine. Detergent Measurements This machine is equipped with a Safety Door Lock that D. Insert coins, tokens or activate card reader to meet By Washer Model locks the door closed from when the cycle is started displayed vending price.
  • Page 15: Machine Programming Instructions

    Notes Section 3: Machine Programming Instructions Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 16 First Time Creating an Account at Dexter Live DexterLive Log into DexterLive At the bottom, select “Create your DexterLive account.” The new DexterLive controls were created for you to be able to interface easier with your equipment and create variable pricing cycles to increase your profitibility in the same floor 'H[WHU /LYH 3DJH  RI  space.
  • Page 17 Fill in the required fields and click on “Create My Account”. Open the e-mail sent from Dexterlive and select “CONFIRM MY ACCOUNT” Selecting the “Confirm My When creating Account” a new user hyperlink will account make take you back to sure to fill in all the DexterLive fields marked...
  • Page 18 Programming To configure your settings with DexterLive.com Edit the “General Settings” (Equipment Tab) Add or select a location to program. Adjust setting DexterLive and offset time gives an owner to match your the ability to location. manage (Time is set for multiple Central locations and...
  • Page 19 When all of the equipment has been added, select “Edit” on the machine type you If desired, you may create and edit optional store promotions from the “Promo- wish to modify, and then select “Pricing”. (Equipment Tab and Machine Settings Tab) tions”...
  • Page 20 Based on your internet browser the file needs to be saved as “AllUser.xml”. Depending The machine will scroll “TO INSTALL – PRESS START”. At this prompt, press the on your Internet browser you may need to retrieve the file from green “Start”...
  • Page 21: Manual Programming Instructions

    PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS: Programing Selection: The washer control can be programmed to prompt the user for alternate vend prices, change washer cycle These alternate functions allow the user to move through a menu of options to choose various program- times, temperatures and many other options. This can be accomplished in two ways: mable settings.
  • Page 22: Error Codes

    Error Code Historical Log: Quick Test Option: When the Quick Test Option is chosen, the washer will begin a shortened wash cycle without the displayed The last five occurring error codes will be stored in the control with a time and date stamp. The purpose of this option is only to observe the history of these code occurrences (no changes can be made).
  • Page 23: Temp Pricing

    Prices Option: Temp Pricing Option: This option allows the user to set values for coin acceptor inputs and to set the vend price. It also allows The Temperature Pricing option allows for the user to prompt the customer for varying vend prices based the user to return the values to factory defaults.
  • Page 24: Cycle Options

    Adjustable Final Spin Range Model Figure 5, shown below, shows the sub menu options for Cycles: T300 60G to 100G T350 60G to 200G T400 60G to 100G T450 or T450 SWD...
  • Page 25 Plus Cycle Options: Pre-Wash: The Plus Cycle options allow for the user to prompt the customer for varying vend prices based on addi- If the user programs a “CYCLE TIME” for Pre-Wash other then 0 (“NO CYCLE”), the feature becomes active. tional wash baths chosen.
  • Page 26: Settings

    Settings Options: Language: The Settings options allow for the user to make various programming changes to change how the control The control uses English for the default language of the customer prompts. Alternatively, the user can operation affects the customer. See below for detailed information on each next level option. choose Spanish or French for the customer display prompts.
  • Page 27: Usage

    Usage Menu: Motor Hours: The Usage menu allows for the user to track data about machine usage. See below for detailed information The motor hours field shows the accumulated hours of operation for the motor. In many cases, it will match on each sub menu option.
  • Page 28: Usb Menu

    Control Menu: USB Menu: The Control menu allows for the user to observe important technical information for the control and Vari- The USB menu allows for the user to move programming files back and forth from a common USB memory able Frequency Drive system.
  • Page 29: Trouble Shooting

    Notes Section 4: Trouble Shooting Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 30: Common Troubleshooting Solutions

    Common Troubleshooting Solutions Common Troubleshooting Solutions Symptom Probable Cause Suggested Remedy Symptom Probable Cause Suggested Remedy Machine Power Supply Check these areas: Circuit breakers, Voltage, Power leads, Door will Door Rod Check to see that door rod from solenoid to lock ass’y is does not Power connections.
  • Page 31: Troubleshooting Machine Fault Errors

    Common Troubleshooting Solutions Troubleshooting Machine Fault Errors Symptom Probable Cause Suggested Remedy Displayed on front of washer Water level Pressure Switch Check for blockage in pressure switch hose. Check for too high pressure switch opening circuit across terminals . Replace The following pages are a description of fault codes that will appear on the front of the switch if contacts do not open.
  • Page 32 Fault Description Customer Action Fault Description Customer Action COMM I2C Bus Error Condition Washer controller communication error on the I2C COMM VFD Non Condition This error is when the washer controller cannot ERROR 1 bus. Both the main slave micro and the master micro ERROR 4 Existent or communicate with the drive.
  • Page 33 Fault Description Customer Action Fault Description Customer Action SLOW Drain Error Condition This error is when an empty water level is not COMM Communication Condition If a state-of-health message reply is not seen by the DRAIN reach within 7 minutes. ERROR 7 Bus Error master microprocessor from the UC3 microprocessor...
  • Page 34 Fault Description Customer Action Fault Description Customer Action DRIVE Condition This error is over-heating on the VF drive DRIVE VFD Over-current Condition This error is an over-current on the VF drive Fault Overheat Delay Delay time is 35 seconds Delay Occurs following the “DELAY”...
  • Page 35 Fault Description Customer Action Fault Description Customer Action INVALID Drive is not the Condition The error indicates the VF drive is not a Dexter CRC ERROR Firmware Condition This error occurs the washer control firmware DRIVE correct Dexter version of the Delta E-drive. corrupted fails a CRC check.
  • Page 36: Machine Service Procedures

    Drive Motor Inverter Type Motor-Winding Resistance Chart 20lb C-Series Washer (both voltages 115/208-240) Resistance Motor Winding Wire # Minimum Maximum 20lb 1ph or 3ph 60hz Main (wash & spin) T1 & T2 3.91 4.60 Dexter #9376-307-001 T2 & T3 3.91 4.60 Marathon T1 &...
  • Page 37: Top Panel Removal

    Top Panel Removal Detergent Dispenser Step 1: Remove 4 screws that hold detergent dispenser to top Remove top panel to access dispenser. (see Removing Top Panel) panel. Detergent is flushed from the front of the compartment and fabric Step 2: Unlock top panel lock with the 6324 key.
  • Page 38: Door Lock Assembly Operation

    Door Lock Assembly Operation Door cam Flat blade screw on check position door switch latching After loading the clothing, the door should be closed and latched. The locking cam on the door contacts the latching switch actuator which closes the latching switch. The specified number of coins should now be added to start the washer.
  • Page 39: Adjusting The Loading Door

    Adjusting the Loading Door Loading Door Disassembly The door can be adjusted by changing the number of shims behind the door hinge and the door lock Step 1: Remove the loading Step 2: While holding down on Step 3: Work all the way around door as outlined above.
  • Page 40: Outer Cabinet Removal

    Outer Cabinet Removal T-300, T350, T-400, T450, T-600 Door Locking Gear Motor Assembly Removal of Cabinet T-300, T-350, T-400, T-450, T-600 The door locking gear motor is rotated shut with Step 1: The power supply, water hoses, and drain connection must all be disconnected before proceeding control voltage to lock the door and releases when with the disassembly.
  • Page 41: Tub Back, Bearing And Cylinder Assembly

    Basket Pulley, Bearing Housing, Water Seals Tub Back, Bearing and Cylinder Assembly and Tub Back Basket assembly T-300, T-350, T-400, T450, T-600 The cast iron basket pulley is retained by a bolt, locking washer and a flat washer. Removal Removal Reassembly Reverse the procedures to the left Step 1: Insert a large screw driver or punch through a spoke in the pulley...
  • Page 42: Drive Motor Removal

    Reassembly Step 1: When installing new bearings into a bearing housing, first press T-300 Bolt Torque Chart the front (large) bearing into the housing until it bottoms. With the NUMBER bearing spacer in place, press the rear bearing in until the spacer is snug between the two bearings.
  • Page 43 Notes Section 6: Service Electrical Components Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 44: Control Mounting Trough

    Control Mounting Trough PCB Transformer Step-down Remove top panel to access control trough. (see Removing Top Panel) It sets on the right side of the Small transformer mounted at front of control trough that is powered with 120 VAC primary and 24VAC on machine and holds the control PCB’s, transformers,and pressure switch.
  • Page 45 Pressure Switch Caution (Not recommended by Factory!) Changing Factory preset Pressure Sensor Electronic adjustment voids all factory water usage specifications. The Electronic Pressure Sensor comes standard on all models Starting Septembet, 1st 2015. Machines Water Level Chart SINGLE LEVEL The pressure switch sets the water level in the washer. As the manufactured before this date can be upgraded with Kit 9732-213-001.
  • Page 46: Delta Variable Frequency Drive

    Water Level Chart Data Communication Cable          Goes between front PCB board and Variable Frequency Drive unit mounted center rear of machine. It has telephone type connectors at each end and is inserted at Controller PCB and the Variable Frequency Drive. ...
  • Page 47 Notes Section 7: Electrical Wiring Diagrams & Schematics Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 48: Start Circuit

    Electrical Path Circuit Schematics The prewash or wash LED will illuminate at this time, powered through the white wires from the P-3 con- nection of the main control PCB to the LED printed circuit board. Using the factory preset cycle as an example: The washer fills the tub through the back of the machine with either one or both the C1 cold and H1 hot water valves.
  • Page 49: Thermoactuator And Shake Out Circuit

    Notes Unlock Thermoactuator and Shake Out Circuit 70 seconds before the end of the cycle the main control PCB signals the relay PCB to remove 120VAC from the orange/blue wire at the P-17 connector on the lock thermoactuator. This allows the lock thermo- actuator time to cool and retract by the end of the cycle.
  • Page 50 T300 non-Express: Vended T300 non-Express: Vended 120 Volt Wiring Diagram 120 Volt Wiring Schematic Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 51 Non-Express or Express: 208-240V Schematic Non-Express or Express: 208-240 Volt Wiring Diagram Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 52: Parts Data

    Notes Section 8: Parts Data C-Series Vended Regular Chassis Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 53 Single Phase WC0300-XA12ECX 208-240 volts 60hz. Single Phase or Three Phase WC0350-XA12ECX 208-240 volts 60hz. Single Phase or Three Phase Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 WC0400-XA12ECX 208-240 volts 60hz Single Phase or Three Phase Wiring Harness, Door Lock 9627-791-003...
  • Page 54: Cabinet And Front Panel Group Part # By Model

    Cabinet and Front Panel Group Part # by Model Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Panel, Side (Left or Right) - 9454-829-001 9454-830-001 9454-815-001 stainless Panel, Right Side-stainless 9454-825-001 9454-828-001 Panel, Left Side - stainless 9454-825-002 9545-828-002 Screw, (Side Panel to Base)
  • Page 55 Cabinet and Front Panel Group Part # by Model Continued Notes 24, 25 Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Panel Top, Assembly (includes 9989-498-001 9989-498-002 9989-498-003 9989-498-004 9989-498-005 catch) Catch, Top Panel 9086-017-001 9086-017-001 9086-017-001 9086-017-001 9086-017-001 Rivit-Catch, Top Panel...
  • Page 56: Rear View Access Part # By Model

    Rear View Access Part # by Model Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Drive Motor, 3 Phase (Inverter 9732-225-011 9732-227-001 9732-127-012 9732-127-014 9732-127-012 duty) Pulley, Motor 9453-169-012 9453-180-001 9453-170-003 9453-181-001 9453-170-003 Set Screw,Sq.Hd(motor pulley) 9545-028-015 9545-028-015 9545-028-015 9545-028-015 9545-028-015 Rod, Motor Mtg...
  • Page 57: Cylinder, Seals & Bearings Part

    Cylinder, Seals & Bearings Part # by Model Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Bearing Kit (Includes 2-10) 9732-219-001 9732-219-002 9732-219-002 9732-219-004 9732-219-004 Housing, Bearing- Assembly 9803-182-001 9803-179-003 9803-179-002 9803-186-001 9803-186-001 (items #2-#6) Housing, Bearing 9241-174-002 9241-169-002 9241-169-002 9241-180-002 9241-180-002...
  • Page 58: Door Lock Part # By Model

    Door Lock Part # by Model Contuied Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Screw, Hx. 10-32 x 1” 9545-012-020 9545-012-020 9545-012-020 9545-012-020 9545-012-020 Nut, Elastic Stop 10-32 8640-413-004 8640-413-004 8640-413-004 8640-413-004 8640-413-004 Spring, Return 9534-364-001 9534-364-001 9534-364-001 9534-364-001 9534-364-001 Pin, Guide...
  • Page 59: Gear Motor Door Lock

    Gear Motor Door Lock Assembly Notes Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Actuator Assembly (Includes 9892-015-001 9892-015-001 9892-015-001 9892-015-001 9892-015-001  1-10, Rod NOT included) Bracket Assy, Slide Lock Actuator 9985-190-001 9985-190-001 9985-190-001 9985-190-001 9985-190-001   Bracket Assy, Slide - Unlock...
  • Page 60: Loading Door Part # By Model

    Loading Door Part # by Model Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Loading Door, Complete #1-10 9960-308-001 9960-308-001 9960-309-001 9960-309-001 9960-309-001 Loading Door, Ring 9487-264-002 9487-264-002 9487-265-002 9487-265-002 9487-265-002 Gasket, Loading Door 9206-411-002 9206-411-001 9206-419-001 9206-419-001 9206-419-001 Window, Loading Door...
  • Page 61: Water Inlet Valve Breakdown Part # By Model

    Water Inlet Valve Breakdown Part # by Model Loading Door Hinge 180 Degree Opening Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Door Hinge Assembly (mounts to tub 9955-030-001 9955-030-001 9955-030-001 9955-030-001 9955-030-001 front) Shim, Loading Door Hinge (Thin) 9552-036-001 9552-036-001 9552-036-001...
  • Page 62: Drain Valve Group Part # By Model

    Drain Valve Group Part # by Model Notes Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Valve, Drain (includes #2 thru 9379-199-001 9379-199-001 9379-200-001 9379-200-001 9379-200-001 #11) Body, Valve (w/ball) 9064-068-002 9064-068-002 9064-070-001 9064-070-001 9064-070-001 Motor & Gear Train (complete) 9914-137-020 9914-137-020...
  • Page 63: Chassis And Drain Part # By Model

    Chassis and Drain Part # by Model Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Base Assy,Frame 9945-093-002 9945-119-002 9945-087-002 9945-116-002 9945-097-002 Outer Tub Assy 9930-159-001 9930-160-001 9930-161-001 9930-162-001 9930-163-001 Tub & Cylinder Assy 9869-028-001 9869-029-002 9869-030-001 9869-031-001 9869-0132001 Ring Assy, Tub Mtg-Front...
  • Page 64 9545-031-010 9545-031-010 Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Harness-Power, Terminal Block 9627-747-003 9627-747-003 9627-747-003 9627-747-003 9627-747-003 Wire Assy -Violet, (24” T300-10) 8220-118-001 Bushing, 1” 9053-067-004 9053-067-004 9053-067-004 9053-067-004 9053-067-004 Wire Assy, Jumper 8220-117-002 8220-117-002 8220-117-002 8220-117-002 8220-117-002 Terminal Lug, Solderless...
  • Page 65: Top Compartment

    Electrical Components - Top Compartment Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Trough Assy,Controls 120 Volt 9857-200-001 (all parts below 7-28 & trough) Trough Assy,Control 208-240 volt 9857-200-002 9857-201-001 9857-202-001 9857-203-001 9857-204-001 (all parts below 7-28 & trough) Trough only 9839-018-001...
  • Page 66: Control Panel Part # By Model

    Control Panel Part # by Model Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Panel Control Assembly(panel 9989-557-001 9989-557-001 9989-558-001 9989-558-001 9989-559-001 only) Screw, to Side Panels 5/16, Hxw- 9545-008-026 9545-008-026 9545-008-026 9545-008-026 9545-008-026 shrhdundct #10Bx 1/2” Plate-Latch, Top 9452-625-001 9452-625-001 9452-625-001...
  • Page 67: Part # 8533-080-001

    Labels and Diagrams All WCAD Models Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Wiring Diagram and Schematic, 9506-522-001 Coin(120 V) Wiring Diagram and Schematic, Coin 9506-523-001 9506-525-001 9506-527-001 9506-529-001 9506-531-001 Instructions Spin Direction 8507-273-001 8507-273-001 8507-274-001 8507-274-001 8507-274-001 Transient Voltage Surge Suppressor...
  • Page 68: Part # 8533-080-001

    Kit - Electronic Acceptor Conversion for WCAD Optical Coin Acceptor (USA and Canada) Starting after serial# 515483 Key- Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Optical Coin Acceptor 9021-041-001 9021-041-001 9021-041-001 9021-041-001 9021-041-001 KIT - Electronic Acceptor...
  • Page 69: Part # 8533-080-001

     Electronic Acceptor Coin Drop Setting the electronic coin acceptor switches Some washer models come equipped with an electronic coin acceptor. Follow the instructions below for setting the switches for the desired country and currencies. 1. The electronic coin acceptor has switch settings depending on the coins and country. See the table below for available values of the left and right coin inputs for the available countries.
  • Page 70         Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 71 Maintenance Instructions Notes Electronic Acceptor Cleaning the electronic coin selector The EMP 500 v5 is an extraordinarily robust coin selector and operates relatively maintenance free. However, it should be cleaned at regular intervals (minimum once a year) especially if it is operating in an environment with high levels of dust, smoke or nicotine.
  • Page 72 T300 Non-Express: Vended T300 Non-Express: Vended 120 Volt Wiring Schematic 120 Volt Wiring Diagram Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 73 T300 Non-Express: Vended T300 Non-Express: Vended 208-240 Volt Wiring Schematic 208-240 Volt Wiring Diagram Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 74 T350 Express: Vended Schematic 208-240V T350 Express: Vended Diagram 208-240V Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 75 T400 Non-Express: Vended Schematic T400 Non-Express: Vended Diagram Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 76 T450 Express: Vended Schematic T450 Express: Vended Diagram Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 77 T600 Non-Express: Vended Schematic T600 Non-Express: Vended Diagram Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 78 Notes Section :10 Parts 50Hz Models: Parts in this section used only in these models. All other parts are same as standard 60 Hz pages. Wiring Diagrams & Schematics Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 79 Water Valve Assy # by Model 50Hz. Key Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Circuit Breaker 5198-211-002 5198-211-002 5198-211-002 5198-211-002 5198-211-002 Transformer 8711-004-003 8711-004-003 8711-004-003 8711-004-003 8711-004-003 200/250V-24V Hose Inlit 9990-027-014 9990-027-014 9990-027-014 9990-027-014 9990-027-014 Harness, Power Ter- 9627-747-006 9627-747-006...
  • Page 80 Drain Valve Group Part # by Model 50Hz. Door Lock Motor Assy # by Model 50Hz. Description T300 T350 T400 T450 T600 Valve, Drain (includes #2 thru 9379-199-001 9379-199-001 9379-200-001 9379-200-001 9379-200-001 #11) Body, Valve (w/ball) 9064-068-002 9064-068-002 9064-070-001 9064-070-001 9064-070-001 Motor &...
  • Page 81 T300 Non-Express: Vended 230/50/1 Voltage Schematic T300 Non-Express: Vended 230/50/1 Voltage Diagram Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 82 T350 Express: Vended 230/50/1 Voltage Schematic T350 Express: Vended 230/50/1 Voltage Diagram Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 83 T400 Non-Express: Vended 230/50/1 Voltage Diagram T400 Non-Express: Vended 230/50/1 Voltage Schematic Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 84 T450 Express: Vended 230/50/1 Voltage Schematic T450 Express: Vended 230/50/1 Voltage Diagram Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 85 T600 Non-Express: Vended 230/50/1 Voltage Diagram T600 Non-Express: Vended 230/50/1 Voltage Schematic Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 86 Notes Section :11 Maintenance Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Part # 8533-080-001 12/15 Return to Table of Contents Return to Table of Contents...
  • Page 87: Preventative Maintenance

    Preventative Maintenance Daily Step 1: Clean the top and the cabinet to remove residue. Step 2: Clean the soap dispenser and soap lid Step 3: Check the drain for leaking and proper draining. Step 4: Check the loading door for leaks. Step 5: Clean the door seal of all foreign material.

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