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Operating manual
Washer extractors
W465H, W475H/M/S, W485M/S, W4105H/M/S,
W4130H/M/S, W4180H/M/S, W4240H, W4250M/S,
W4300H, W4330M/S,
W4280X, W4350X
Type W3..., EXSM.X.
Clarus Control
438 9213-61/EN
Original instructions
2015.03.11

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  • Page 1 Operating manual Washer extractors W465H, W475H/M/S, W485M/S, W4105H/M/S, W4130H/M/S, W4180H/M/S, W4240H, W4250M/S, W4300H, W4330M/S, W4280X, W4350X Type W3..., EXSM.X. Clarus Control 438 9213-61/EN Original instructions 2015.03.11...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Safety precautions ..................5 Procedure for use ..................7 Preparations .................... 8 Detergent supply ..................8 The ”Move back” key ................9 To start the wash program ..............9 To start a wash program from the program library ....... 13 To change parameters in the current program step ......
  • Page 4 Safety Precautions Only use detergent intended for water-wash of textiles. Never use dry cleaning agents. The machine's door lock must under no circumstances be bypassed. If the machine develops a fault, this must be reported to the person in charge as soon as possible. This is important both for your safety and that of others.
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions CAUTION The machine is only intended for water-wash use. Do not hose down the machine with water. In order to prevent damage to the electronics (and other parts) that may occur as the result of condensation, the machine should be placed in room temperature for 24 hours before being used for the first time.
  • Page 6 Here you can see how the machine can be controlled when a wash program is not running This is your starting point when you wish to run a wash program If you are not sure of which program can be performed while a Preparations Select manual operation...
  • Page 7: Procedure For Use

    Procedure for use Procedure for use This machine is controlled by a microprocessor-based program control unit. There are many advantages to this equipment, including: • timing, levels and temperatures are controlled with great precision and flexibility • detailed information on wash programs, machine status and operations, wash times and temperatures can be accessed in plain language on the large display screen • it is possible for the user to create new wash programs, and to adapt programs precisely on the basis of experience and to suit various types...
  • Page 8: Preparations

    Procedure for use Preparations • Sort the load, paying attention to the textile care labels on the items. Empty all pockets and do up zip fasteners. • Open the machine door, check that the drum is empty, load the items into the machine and close the door. Detergent supply If the machine is not connected to an automa- tic liquid chemical injection system, use the 4-compartment detergent supply on the top of the machine to add the correct amount of de-...
  • Page 9: The "Move Back" Key

    Procedure for use The ”Move back” key The ”Move back” function If you find you are in the Each press of the ”Move back” key moves you wrong place, or if you want back one menu, in reverse order. By pressing this to undo earlier key presses: key repeatedly you can return to this menu at any time:...
  • Page 10 Procedure for use RUN A WASH PROGRAM Here you can select programs from the program libraries. See the section ENTER A PROGRAM NUMBER: entitled ”To start a wash program from the program library”. SELECT FROM LIBRARY Displayed here will be the number of the most frequently used program.
  • Page 11 Procedure for use RUN A WASH PROGRAM Program name ENTER A PROGRAM NUMBER: Delayed start time (hrs:mins) If you want to see the NORMAL 95°C description of the program: TEXT START Pressing ”Text” displays more information 3582 The text displayed is a description of the wash Press TEXT.
  • Page 12 Procedure for use The following information is To terminate a program before it has finished displayed during the wash • Select RAPID ADVANCE and press SELECT. program: Advance to ”END OF PROGRAM” and press SELECT. Current program step • Wait until ”THE DOOR IS OPEN” appears on the Time left for this program step display.
  • Page 13: To Start A Wash Program From The Program Library

    Procedure for use To start a wash program from the program library What is the program library? RUN A WASH PROGRAM The program library lists all wash programs, both If this menu is not currently OPTIONS MENU user and standard programs, showing their pro- displayed: gram numbers and a description, for example: MAKE YOUR CHOICE WITH...
  • Page 14 Procedure for use RUN A WASH PROGRAM ENTER A PROGRAM NUMBER: Select library via menu You can also select the program library via the option ”OPTIONS MENU”. Then select ”WASH To select a program from the SELECT FROM LIBRARY PROGRAM LIBRARY”. PCU program library: Press CLS.
  • Page 15 Procedure for use RUN A WASH PROGRAM Program name ENTER A PROGRAM NUMBER: Delayed start time (hrs:mins) NORMAL 95°C If you want to see the de- TEXT START Pressing ”Text” displays more information scription of the program: 3582 The text displayed is a description of the wash Press TEXT TEXT program selected.
  • Page 16: To Change Parameters In The Current Program Step

    Procedure for use To change parameters in the current program step 991 NORMAL 95°C You can alter the following program steps: During program operation the PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH display will look like this (see Prewash, Main wash, Rinse, Drain, Soak STEP TIME: 720 SEC SET TEMPERATURE:...
  • Page 17: Rapid Advance

    Procedure for use Rapid advance To terminate a program before it has finished • Select RAPID ADVANCE and press SELECT. Advance to ”END OF PROGRAM” and press 991 NORMAL 95°C During program operation the SELECT. display will look like this (see PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH • Wait until ”THE DOOR IS UNLOCKED” appears STEP TIME: 720 SEC...
  • Page 18: Show Weight

    Procedure for use For machines with weighing equipment installed only! Show weight Show weight During program operation 991 NORMAL 95°C The actual weight is shown in large digits on the display the display will look like (weight display mode). PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH STEP TIME: 720 SEC...
  • Page 19: No Water Reduction

    Procedure for use For machines with weighing equipment installed only! No water reduction No water reduction During program operation 991 NORMAL 95°C The wash load is weighed during the program and the the display will look like water level is adjusted automatically according to its PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH STEP TIME:...
  • Page 20: Manual Functions

    Procedure for use Manual functions Manual operation during a program Two types of manual operation During program operation the 991 NORMAL 95°C display will look like this (see There are two types of manual operation, which PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH STEP TIME: 720 SEC section ”To start the wash...
  • Page 21 Procedure for use Water/drain Note! To access this function, see MANUAL FUNCTIONS For this function, all of the menus will not be instructions in section ”Ma- WATER/DRAIN COLD WATER available on machines with one I/O board. nual functions”. MIXED WATER HOT WATER COLD HARD WATER WATER FROM TANK 1...
  • Page 22 Procedure for use High extract To limit the program’s highest extraction speed This function allows you to modify the highest To access this function, see MANUAL FUNCTIONS extraction speed allowed during the program. instructions in section ”Ma- HIGH EXTRACT Example: COLD WATER nual functions”.
  • Page 23 Procedure for use Motor Motor to rotate after program has ended MANUAL FUNCTIONS To access this function, see If you answer Yes (Y): instructions in section ”Ma- MOTOR The motor will continue to rotate in alternative di- nual functions”. MOTOR ON AFTER WASH rections after the program has ended.
  • Page 24 Procedure for use Detergent/flush Note! MANUAL FUNCTIONS To access this function, see instructions in section ”Ma- DETERGENT/FLUSH For this function, all of the menus will not be FLUSH WATER nual functions”. POWDER SIGNAL 1 available on machines with one I/O board. POWDER SIGNAL 2 POWDER SIGNAL 3 POWDER SIGNAL 4...
  • Page 25: Pause

    Procedure for use Pause Two ways of pausing during a wash program Note that you must be in normal wash mode to be During program operation the 991 NORMAL 95°C able to pause in this way. If, for example, you are display will look like this (see using ”Manual Functions”, you will have to exit that PROGRAM STEP:...
  • Page 26: Text

    Procedure for use Text Pressing ”Text” displays more information The text displayed is a description of the wash During program operation the 991 NORMAL 95°C program selected. This text description is inserted display will look like this (see PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH when a new wash program is created.
  • Page 27: Select New Wash Program

    Procedure for use Select new wash program During program operation the 991 NORMAL 95°C To change the wash program after program display will look like this (see PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH operation has commenced STEP TIME: 720 SEC section ”To start the wash SET TEMPERATURE: 85 C You can change to a different wash program at any...
  • Page 28: Auto Restarts

    Procedure for use Auto restarts What is Auto restart? Auto restart means that the same program will be repeated one or more times, according to the 991 NORMAL 95°C number set. The program will restart immediately, PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH and the door will remain locked.
  • Page 29: Change °F/°C

    Procedure for use Change °F/°C To change temperature scale °F/°C During program operation the 991 NORMAL 95°C This function changes the temperature scale used display will look like this (see for all temperatures displayed during the wash PROGRAM STEP: MAIN WASH STEP TIME: 720 SEC section ”To start the wash...
  • Page 30: Manual Mode

    Procedure for use Manual mode Manual operating when no program is running Two types of manual operation If this menu is not currently RUN A WASH PROGRAM displayed: There are two types of manual operation, which OPTIONS MENU Press a repeatedly. should not be confused: MAKE YOUR CHOICE WITH • Manual operation when no program is...
  • Page 31 Procedure for use MANUAL MODE MAKE A CHOICE: MOTOR/DOOR WATER/DRAIN HEATING DETERGENT/FLUSH Manual operation when no program is EXIT running SELECT Motor/door (see section ”Motor/door”) 3679 Lock/unlock door. Switch motor on/off (normal drum action). MOTOR/DOOR Water/drain (see section ”Water/drain”) WATER/DRAIN Operation of drain valve and all water valves.
  • Page 32 Procedure for use Motor/Door Lock the door and start the motor MANUAL MODE DOOR LOCK ON MOTOR/DOOR If you answer Yes (Y): DOOR LOCK ON MOTOR ON The door will be locked. Note that you must EXIT always lock the door before you can operate the machine manually.
  • Page 33 Procedure for use Water/drain Note! To access this function, see MANUAL MODE WATER/DRAIN instructions in section For this function, all of the menus will not be DRAIN CLOSED COLD WATER ”Manual mode”. available on machines with one I/O board. MIXED WATER HOT WATER HARD WATER WATER FROM TANK 1...
  • Page 34 Procedure for use Heating To access this function, see instructions in section MANUAL MODE ”Manual mode”. HEATING DRAIN CLOSED SELECT SET TEMPERATURE Temperature selected 0°C ACTUAL TEMPERATURE 24°C Actual temperature START 3689 Use the numeric keys to enter the temperature the water is to be heated to.
  • Page 35 Procedure for use Detergent/flush To access this function, see Note! MANUAL MODE instructions in section DETERGENT/FLUSH For this function, all of the menus will not be FLUSH WATER ”Manual mode”. available on machines with one I/O board. POWDER SIGNAL 1 POWDER SIGNAL 2 POWDER SIGNAL 3 POWDER SIGNAL 4...
  • Page 36: Statistics

    Procedure for use Statistics To select Statistics If this menu is not currently RUN A WASH PROGRAM displayed: OPTIONS MENU Press a repeatedly. MAKE YOUR CHOICE WITH AND PRESS SELECT SELECT 3589 Press b to highlight ”OPTIONS MENU”. RUN A WASH PROGRAM OPTIONS MENU SELECT Press SELECT.
  • Page 37 Procedure for use The Statistics function The Statistics function gives you access to the following information: STATISTICS TOTAL RUN TIME HOURS: TOTAL TIME RUN HOURS TOTAL TRIP RUN TIME HOURS HOURS SINCE LAST SERVICE Shows the total operating time for the machine LAST 5 ERROR CODES PROGRAM HOUR 08 NO HEATING...
  • Page 38: Resetting Statistic Registers

    Procedure for use Resetting statistic registers Statistics registers which can be reset to zero If this menu is not currently The following registers in the statistics function can RUN A WASH PROGRAM displayed: be cleared (reset to zero): OPTIONS MENU Press a repeatedly.
  • Page 39 Procedure for use MENU MAKE A CHOICE: WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY PROGRAMMING MODE SETTINGS 1 The service program may only be MEMORY CARD SERVICE MODE used by authorised personnel, be- STATISTICS SELECT cause most safety interlocks are disabled. 3685 Press b..four times..WASH PROGRAM LIBRARY PROGRAMMING MODE SETTINGS 1...
  • Page 40 Procedure for use Time counter, hours after last service Both counters can be reset in SERVICE MODE the same way. MAKE A CHOICE:WATER SERVICE PROGRAM CLEAR TRIP HOUR COUNTER CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN CLS CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN SMC SCALE ADJUSTMENTS SELECT Press b so that CLEAR...
  • Page 41 Procedure for use Number of washes for program in timer or memory card You can reset program in SERVICE MODE both timer and the memory MAKE A CHOICE:WATER card (if inserted). SERVICE PROGRAM CLEAR TRIP HOUR COUNTER CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN CLS CLEAR WASH PROGRAM COUNTER IN SMC SCALE ADJUSTMENTS Press b so that CLEAR...
  • Page 42 Procedure for use CLEAR COUNTER FROM PROGRAM NUMBER: TO PROGRAM NUMBER: TO END: TO PROGRAM NUMBER = 0 EXIT 4046 Enter digits corresponding to the program number (inclu- sive) up to which you wish to clear the total counter. ERASE Press ERASE.
  • Page 43 Procedure for use For machines with weighing equipment installed only! Scale adjustments Scale adjustments The following functions are accessed via the SERVICE PROGRAM SCALE ADJUSTMENTS menu: MAKE A CHOICE:WATER Reset scale to zero (see section ”Reset scale to SERVICE PROGRAM zero”) CLEAR COUNTER CLEAR SERVICE COUNTER Used to make the weighing equipment display 0 CLEAR WASH COUNTER IN CLS...
  • Page 44 Procedure for use For machines with weighing equipment installed only! Reset scale to zero Reset scale to zero SERVICE PROGRAM ”Reset weighing equipment” is used to make the MAKE A CHOICE: weighing equipment display 0 when the machine RESET SCALE TO ZERO has no load in it.
  • Page 45 Procedure for use For machines with weighing equipment installed only! Reset tare to zero Reset tare to zero SERVICE PROGRAM If your attempt to clear the tare parameter fails at this MAKE A CHOICE: point, you will see an error message equivalent to: RESET SCALE TO ZERO RESET TARE TO ZERO “FAILED.
  • Page 46 Procedure for use For machines with weighing equipment installed only! Tare scale Tare scale SERVICE PROGRAM This function involves first loading the drum with, MAKE A CHOICE: for example, a container, then taring (resetting) RESET SCALE TO ZERO the weighing equipment so that the weight of the RESET TARE TO ZERO TARE SCALE container will not be included when calculating net...
  • Page 47 Procedure for use For machines with weighing equipment installed only! Set tare to a certain value Set tare to a certain value SERVICE PROGRAM This function lets you enter a value for the tare para- MAKE A CHOICE: meter, i.e. a weight value which the weighing equip- RESET SCALE TO ZERO ment will disregard when showing a net weight on RESET TARE TO ZERO...
  • Page 48 Procedure for use For machines with weighing equipment installed only! Read tare value Read tare value SERVICE PROGRAM This function lets you check the value currently stored MAKE A CHOICE: as the tare parameter. RESET SCALE TO ZERO RESET TARE TO ZERO TARE SCALE SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE READ TARE VALUE...
  • Page 49 Procedure for use For machines with weighing equipment installed only! Calibrate the scale Please note: SERVICE PROGRAM This function is used only on installation of a new scale unit. MAKE A CHOICE: RESET SCALE TO ZERO RESET TARE TO ZERO TARE SCALE SET TARE TO A CERTAIN VALUE READ TARE VALUE CALIBRATE THE SCALE...
  • Page 50 Procedure for use For machines with weighing equipment installed only! Calibration weight SCALE ADJUSTMENTS A weight of between 40 kg and 400 kg should be CALIBRATE THE SCALE used as a calibration weight. Put the calibration FILL DRUM WITH CALIBRATION WEIGHT The higher the weight (within these limits), the better ENTER WEIGHT IN HG AND weight in the drum.
  • Page 51 Procedure for use For machines with weighing equipment installed only! SCALE ADJUSTMENTS CALIBRATE THE SCALE DONE! PRESS SELECT Calibration mode/normal mode To gain access to the calibration switch in the sca- SELECT le unit, the top panel has to be taken off. Remove the four screws on the scale unit cover.
  • Page 52 Procedure for use For machines with weighing equipment installed only! Zero calibration Zero calibration The “Zero calibration” function is used to increase the SERVICE PROGRAM accuracy of the weighing equipment. This should be done once a month. MAKE A CHOICE: RESET SCALE TO ZERO If this calibration has not succeeded you will see an RESET TARE TO ZERO TARE SCALE...
  • Page 53 Procedure for use For machines with weighing equipment installed only! Read version number Read version number SERVICE PROGRAM MAKE A CHOICE: In the event of a fault in the weighing equipment RESET SCALE TO ZERO (which cannot be put right with the aid of the RESET TARE TO ZERO section “Fault-finding, weighing equipment”...
  • Page 54: Memory Card

    Procedure for use Memory card General introduction A memory card is a plastic card, the size of a credit card, with an electronic memory chip inside it. This memory card is capable of storing 10 to 15 wash programs of normal size. If the programs are mostly small ones, more of them can be stored, whereas larger programs will reduce the number which can be held by the memory card.
  • Page 55: To Select The "Memory Card" Function

    Procedure for use To select the ”Memory card” function Card reader Insert the memory card with the chip first, to the left, into the machines card reader. 4115 If this menu is not currently RUN A WASH PROGRAM displayed: OPTIONS MENU Press a repeatedly.
  • Page 56 Procedure for use ”The ”Memory card” functions MEMORY CARD Execute wash program from memory card (see section ”Execute wash program from EXECUTE WASH PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD memory card”) COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD A wash program can be run from the memory DELETE PROGRAM IN MEMORY CARD CLEAR MEMORY CARD...
  • Page 57: Execute Wash Program From Memory Card

    Procedure for use Execute wash program from memory card To run a program from the memory card To access this menu, follow MEMORY CARD In broad terms, the program control unit has two the instructions in section different memories. One is a ”program memory” EXECUTE WASH PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD ”To select the ”Memory where all its wash programs are stored, the other is...
  • Page 58: Copy Program From Memory Card To Cls

    Procedure for use Copy program from memory card to CLS What is a restricted-use program? To access this menu, follow MEMORY CARD A wash program which has been created on a the instructions in section PC can be made a ”restricted-use” program. This EXECUTE WASH PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD ”To select the ”Memory card”...
  • Page 59 Procedure for use MEMORY CARD COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS Choose 1 or 2: NOW YOU CAN CHANGE NUMBER: 1 If you want to give the JUST PRESS SELECT IF NUMBER IS OK program a different pro- gram number (from the SELECT one it had on the memory 4046...
  • Page 60: Copy Program From Cls To Memory Card

    Procedure for use Copy program from CLS to memory card What happens when a program is copied? MEMORY CARD Both the memory card and the program control unit have memory chips capable of storing wash EXECUTE WASH PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD programs.
  • Page 61 Procedure for use MEMORY CARD Choose 1 or 2: COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD 1 If you want to give the NOW YOU CAN CHANGE NUMBER: program a different pro- JUST PRESS SELECT IF NUMBER IS OK gram number (from the one it had on the machi- SELECT ne):...
  • Page 62: Delete Program In Memory Card

    Procedure for use Delete program in memory card What is a restricted-use program? To access this menu, follow A wash program which has been created on a MEMORY CARD the instructions in section PC can be made a ”restricted-use” program. This ”To select the ”Memory card”...
  • Page 63: Clear Memory Card

    Procedure for use Clear memory card What is a restricted-use program? A wash program which has been created on a MEMORY CARD PC can be made a ”restricted-use” program. This means that: EXECUTE WASH PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD COPY PROGRAM FROM MEMORY CARD TO CLS • The program cannot be deleted or copied to the COPY PROGRAM FROM CLS TO MEMORY CARD Note that restricted-use...
  • Page 65: Maintenance

    Maintenance Maintenance Daily • Clean the door seal and remove detergent residue. • Check that the door does not leak. • Clean the detergent compartment and wipe down the machine with a damp cloth. • Check that the drain valve does not leak. • Start the machine and check that the door re m ains locked while the machine is operating. Fast forward the machine to the stop position and check that the door cannot be opened until the program is comple- ted.
  • Page 66: Cleaning The Mop Elements

    Maintenance Every month (only for mop machines) Cleaning the mop elements • Depending on the size of the machine, you will find one or two core covers in the machine’s inner drum so that the elements can be cleaned if so required. The front cover is located directly above the drain, while the other is in front of the element retainer.
  • Page 67: Service Information - Fault Tracing

    Maintenance Service information - Fault tracing If the machine fails to start, check to ensure that: • it is turned on at the mains. • the manual shut-off valves are open. • a programme has been selected. • if it is a coin-operated machine, that the correct amount of coins or tokens have been inserted. • the drum door is locked On machines built for washing mops, it can be caused by too low a level in the program stage.
  • Page 69 A11 (2003) WN3..., N5... EN 61000-3-11 (2001) EXSM.X. EN 61000-6-2 (2005) WN3..., N4..., N5... EN 61000-6-3 (2007) N4... Försäkran om överensstämmelse EF-samsvarserklæring Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB Electrolux Laundry Systems Sweden AB SE-341 80 Ljungby, Sverige SE-341 80 Ljungby, Sverige, försäkrar under eget ansvar att denna produkt, med typbeteckning och enl. ovan, är tillverkad i erklærer på eget ansvar at dette produktet, med typebetegnelse og produksjonsnummer som överensstämmelse med följande direktiv: angitt nedenfor, er produsert i samsvar med bestemmelsene i følgende direktiver:...
  • Page 70 T41200 N4... W4240H W3... T4900CR N4... W4300H W3... T41200CR N4... FOM71 CLS W3... T4300LE N5... WB4130H W3... WB4180H W3... W3... W475S W3... W485S W3... W4105S W3... W4130S W3... W4180S W3... W4250S W3... W4330S W3... W475N W3... W485N W3... W4105N W3...
  • Page 71 Skrotning av maskin När maskinen inte längre skall användas måste den lämnas till en återvinningsstation för destruktion. Många detaljer i maskinen går att återanvända, men den innehåller även annat material som måste tas om hand på ett korrekt sätt. Lämna därför aldrig maskinen eller delar av maskinen i hushållsavfallet, eftersom det kan leda till hälsorisker eller skador på...
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