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Electrolux IC43316 Operating Handbook

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Operating handbook
Flatwork ironers
IC43316 – IC43320
USA
01103040/US
09.15

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  • Page 1 Operating handbook Flatwork ironers IC43316 – IC43320 01103040/US 09.15...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    01103040 0409 OPERATING Table of contents Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Pages/Chapters General operating Precaution for use ....................1/1 General Identifi cation plate ....................2/2 Method of use Control console ....................1/3 Starting machine ....................2/3 Stopping machine ....................3/3 Additional instructions ..................4/3 Precautions for use ....................6/3 Using the handle ....................8/3 Safety Locking and tagging procedure ................3/4...
  • Page 4: General Operating

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 1. General operating Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Precaution for use • The machine should not be used by children. • This ironer must be used exclusively for textiles appropriate for machine ironing, which have been previously and exclusively washed in water. •...
  • Page 5: General

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 2. General Notice Date Page HANDBOOK In the machine you should have found a set of instructions and a servicing poster to display in your laundry. You must have found with this handbook, a crank for the manual drive of the cylinder. Depending on its destination, the dryer ironer is delivered bare or may be placed on a trans- port pallet and/or packed with plastic fi...
  • Page 6: Identifi Cation Plate

    Adjustment label (for gas machine only) D1435 Identifi cation plate Manufacturer’s address: ELECTROLUX LAUNDRY SYSTEMS France 52 rue Pasteur BP6 USA/CANADA 10430 Rosières Près Troyes - France Model Orifi ce size: Nat 2.3 mm (x3) Propane 1.3 mm (x3) IC433..
  • Page 7 01103040 0409 OPERATING 2. General Notice Date Page HANDBOOK This page is left blank on purpose.
  • Page 8: Method Of Use

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 3. Method of use Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Control consol HONEYWELL DC1010 OUT1 OUT2 D1323 "Voltage" indicator "Stop" switch "On" switch "Ironing speed adjustment" potentiometer "Ironing temperature selection" thermostat "Heating" indicator on Gas heating "Ignitor failure" indicator "On / Off"...
  • Page 9: Starting Machine

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 3. Method of use Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Starting machine • Turn main section switch to I (ON), the indicator (1) "voltage" lights". • Turn the potentiometer (4) to the minimum speed. • Adjust thermostat (5) on required temperature. Usual ironing temperature is around 180 °C (355 °F) for cotton.
  • Page 10: Stopping Machine

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 3. Method of use Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Stopping machine • In order to extend the lifetime of your machine and its components, observe the fol- lowing instructions to stop the heating. • Press switch (6) "Heating stop", its indicator switches off. The "Heating" indicator (8) switches off too.
  • Page 11 01103040 0409 OPERATING 3. Method of use Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Complementary instructions for starting up a machine with gas heating. Note: do not forget to open the stop valve on the gas supply line before starting to use the machine, and then close it again after use.
  • Page 12: Additional Instructions

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 3. Method of use Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Additional instructions to optimise a dryer-ironer. When ironing small sheets or small washing, pass abreast the washing of the heating cylin- der to provide correct regulation of the cylinder temperature. As a general rule, the whole of the cylinder should be used (1).
  • Page 13: Precautions For Use

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 3. Method of use Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Precautions for use Please respect the following usage recommendations to get the best out of your ironer: In manual mode • Avoid when running, too low or badadjusted temperatures as consequence of : - a too high ironing speed with high moisture content in sheets : bad sliding on metal- lic sparts.
  • Page 14 01103040 0409 OPERATING 3. Method of use Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Practices to avoid • Make sure that the width of the washing does not exceed the useful width of the ma- chine. • Sizes not fi tting the cylinder working length, partial use of the cylinder. •...
  • Page 15: Using The Handle

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 3. Method of use Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Using the handle The dryer ironer is fi tted with a handle. This is very useful to take out the washing if there is a power failure while you are ironing;...
  • Page 16 01103040 0409 OPERATING 3. Method of use Notice Date Page HANDBOOK This page is left blank on purpose.
  • Page 17: Safety

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 4. Safety Notice Date Page HANDBOOK CAUTION Disconnect the machine electrical power supply before doing any repair or servicing work. CAUTION Do not use the machine unless it is plugged into a correctly earthed power socket com- plying with standards in force.
  • Page 18 01103040 0409 OPERATING 4. Safety Notice Date Page HANDBOOK CAUTION The temperature of the ironing cylinder after use can reach 200 °C (392 °F) and can cause serious burns if you touch it. Allow the machine to cool down before doing any repair or servicing work.
  • Page 19: Locking And Tagging Procedure

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 4. Safety Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Locking and tagging procedure A red insert at the beginning of this instruction handbook schematically shows the locking and tagging procedure described below. If you wish, you can detach this insert and display it close to the machine to remind maintenance personnel of the safety instructions.
  • Page 20: Safety Devices

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 4. Safety Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Safety devices Feed safety device The space between the feed safety fl ap and the drive bands is too small for you to enter your fi ngers. The machine stops automatically as soon as the fl ap is pushed in. Protection of motors The motors have overload protection : •...
  • Page 21 01103040 0409 OPERATING 4. Safety Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Power supply failure If there is a mains power supply failure, use the handle to remove any washing engaged in the machine. If the temperature is too high, use the handle to feed some wet washing and protect the ironing bands.
  • Page 22 01103040 0409 OPERATING 4. Safety Notice Date Page HANDBOOK SAFETY Make sure that the protection casings are in position before use. Complementary instructions for operation Check daily that the hand safety bar is working correctly, the machine must stop when you press it.
  • Page 23 01103040 0409 OPERATING 4. Safety Notice Date Page HANDBOOK This page is left blank on purpose.
  • Page 24: Operating Incidents

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 5. Operating incidents Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Encountered problem Cause of problem Solution The linen remains stuck Your washing is not rinsed correctly Check rinsing with a 1 % phenolphthalein solution diluted in to the cylinder alcohol. If this colorless liquid turns to pink on the washing as it comes out of the washing machine, and it still contains detergents.
  • Page 25: The Heating Does Not Work Or Works Badly

    0409 01103040 OPERATING 5. Operating incidents Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Encountered problem Cause of problem Solution The heating does not Check the temperature preselection. work, or works badly Check the safety thermostat. Check the panel’s sensors. Check to see if the panel is showing overheating or a high temperature.
  • Page 26: The Machine Temperature Drops

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 5. Operating incidents Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Encountered problem Cause of problem Solution The machine temperature Check the sensor in the thermostat regulation system. drops Check the thermostat by measuring the cylinder temperature with a thermometer. Check that the regulation shoe is in contact with the cylinder.
  • Page 27 0409 01103040 OPERATING 5. Operating incidents Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Linen colouring • The brown coloring is due to detergent residues, and will disappear at the next washing. • Colouring caused by the temperature being too high is permanent. Reduce the ironing temperature or increase the ironing speed.
  • Page 28: Preventive Maintenance

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 6. Maintenance Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Preventive maintenance CAREFUL SHUT OFF THE POWER SUPPLY OF THE MACHINE BEFORE ANY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR INTERVENTION IS CARRIED OUT AND MAKE SURE THAT THE CYLINDER IS COLD. DAILY (8 h) Check that the fi...
  • Page 29 01103040 0409 OPERATING 6. Maintenance Notice Date Page HANDBOOK ONCE A YEAR (2000 h) Check if the cylinder has any deposits of detergent or lime. Clean if necessary. Check and clean the outer pipes. Clean the fl uff fi lter with suction device. Clean the cover fi...
  • Page 30 01103040 0409 OPERATING 6. Maintenance Notice Date Page HANDBOOK SAFETY Any repairing or maintenance opera- tion should be carried out by a specia- list. CAUTION For an optimal service of your machi- ne, execute this instructions at regular intervals and according to the frequen- cy of use.
  • Page 31 01103040 0409 OPERATING 6. Maintenance Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Check of the detaching cords or pressure roller It is necessary to lift up the upper casing of the machine. Proceed as follows : • Stop the machine. • Dismantle the side casing with the key. •...
  • Page 32: Replacing Ironing Bands

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 6. Maintenance Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Replacing ironing bands • Remove the feed tray to obtain easy access to the ironing bands. • Remove staples from the two ends of the bands to be replaced and staple the end of the old band with the end of the new band.
  • Page 33 01103040 0409 OPERATING 6. Maintenance Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Motors The fan motor is permanently lubricated. The movement motor is permanently lubricated. Bearings Permanently lubricated. Heat control Make sure that the shoe of the thermostatic control and the safety control devices are always clean and in cylinder contact.
  • Page 34: Appendices

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 7. Appendices Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Explanation of graphic symbols A fl ash of lightning with an arrow at its end displayed inside an equilateral triangle, warns the user about the presence of uninsulated "dangerous current" suffi cient in intensity to cause electrocution.
  • Page 35: Explanation Of Washing Symbols

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 7. Appendices Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Explanation of Washing symbols To overcome language barriers, the following are symbols used internationally to give you (ISO 3758:2005 standard) guidance and recommendations when washing different textiles. Washing The tub symbolizes washing. Dry or water The circle symbolizes dry or water Max.
  • Page 36: Conversion Of Measurement Units

    01103040 0409 OPERATING 7. Appendices Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Conversion of measurement units The following is a list of correspondences of the main frequently used units, to avoid the need to use measurement unit con- version tables. bar: bar = 100 000 Pa pound: 1 lb = 453.592 37 g 1 bar = 1.019 7 kg/cm²...
  • Page 37 01103040 0409 OPERATING 7. Appendices Notice Date Page HANDBOOK Lubrication table MACHINE LUBRICATION Rolling bearings Rolling bearings Assembly paste Bare gears Flange joints Reducers with Reducers with Circuits and Bearings Bearings hight (fretting corro- Chains shafts Union pipes wheels and gears pneumatic USES...
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