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IC4 4819 - 4825 - 4832 FFS
Feeder Ironer Folder & Stacker
04102011/GB
43.2015

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  • Page 1 Service manual IC4 4819 - 4825 - 4832 FFS Feeder Ironer Folder & Stacker 04102011/GB 43.2015...
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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Technical characteristics......................2 Description of the machine ......................3 Installation ..........................10 Preventive maintenance ......................11 Operation ...........................20 Control unit ..........................21 ELECTROLUX ITS screens ......................22 Ventilation and motion of the machine..................23 Electric heating ..........................24 Gas heating ..........................25 Steam heating ...........................26 DIAMMS system ........................27 Feeding: Vacuum system ......................28...
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  • Page 5 Service Safety Manual 04102011/GB 06.2009...
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  • Page 7 Service Safety Manual CAUTION This machine should be installed in conformance to the health and safety regulations, and only used in a suffi ciently aerated area. Check the instructions before installing or using the machine. SAFETY The mechanical and electrical installation of the machine should only be done by qualifi...
  • Page 8 Service Safety Manual It is specially advised not to install the machine on a synthetic fl oor covering. The frictional electricity may hinder the good working of the machine. Under no circumstances should a gas-heating machine be installed in a building which includes a dry-cleaning machine. This is particularly important for your safety and that of others.
  • Page 9 Service Safety Manual Always respect items 2, 3 and 4 carefully before doing any repair or maintenance work on the machine. D0507 Close the stop Put the main valves for the switch to Off and other supplies lock the handle (steam, thermal with a padlock in fl...
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  • Page 11 Service Technical characteristics Manual Contents Sound level ............................1 Weighted sound pressure level in dB ....................1 Label of energetic performances ..................... 1 Technical characteristics........................3 04102011/GB 06.2009...
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  • Page 13: Sound Level

    A, B, C, and D). (40”) D0267 Weighted sound pressure level in dB IC4 4819 FFS IC4 4825 FFS IC4 4832 FFS Label of energetic performances (gas heating only) The global output hg of the gas heated ironer is determined according to a standardised method and shall not be lower than 50%.
  • Page 14: Technical Characteristics

    Service Technical characteristics Manual 1030 Front view Ø 60 1820 1090 Right view 1590 1010 Top view D1690 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 15 Service Technical characteristics Manual Technical characteristics Characteristics IC44819FFS IC44825FFS IC44832FFS Overall width 3555 4185 4815 Ironer width 2575 3205 3835 Width between feet 2295 2925 3555 Ø cylinder Gas / Electric heating Steam heating Effective working width 1910 2540 3170 Ironing speed, mini-maxi m/min 1.5-11...
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  • Page 17: Description Of The Machine

    Service Description of the machine Manual Contents Description............................1 Safety devices ..........................6 Accessibility ..........................6 Emergency stop .......................... 6 Restarting the machine ....................... 6 Feeding safety device ......................... 6 Power supply failure ........................6 Protection of motors ........................6 Heating safety device .........................
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  • Page 19: Description

    Service Description of the machine Manual Description The machines described in this handbook have a ironing capacity of 190, 250, 320 cm wide depending on the type. They are available with steam, electric, gas or thermal fl uid heating. They carry out fi ve different functions with a single operator; the space required is very similar to the standard ironer’s.
  • Page 20 - the user can change temperatures and speeds directly, during program operation; change to running a different iron program, at any time during program operation of the dryer ironer. ELECTROLUX ITS CPU Software Version 1.00 START WASH PROGRAM OPTIONS MENU...
  • Page 21 Service Description of the machine Manual This page is left blank on purpose. 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 22 ELECTROLUX ITS advance/return clamps motor hand control heating feeding slide smoothing electric plate electric cabinet 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 23 Service Description of the machine Manual vacuum of feeding table transfer table cross folding motion back-geread motor of cross folding back-geread motor of opening/closing fl aps electric plate STACKER fl ap fl ap controls back-geread motor of motion fl aps evacuation back-geread motor evacuation table 04102011/GB...
  • Page 24: Safety Devices

    Service Description of the machine Manual Safety devices Accessibility All of the casings can be dismantled by means of a specially designed tool. Emergency stop An "emergency stop" button is provided on the left side and on the stacker. Restarting the machine After any stoppage of the machine, either due to power failure, emergency stop, action on the feed safety device, the machine can only be restarted after having pressed "Valid"...
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  • Page 27 Service Installation Manual Contents Working place lighting ........................1 List of accessories provided with each machine ................1 Installation ............................2 Mechanical installation ........................3 Preparation of the ground and machine ..................3 Electrical safety device ....................... 3 Levelling the machine ......................... 3 Ironer electricity power supply ......................
  • Page 28 Service Installation Manual Connection of the ironer evacuation system ................. 19 Fresh air inlet ..........................19 Evacuation duct ........................19 Electric, steam heating specifi cations ..................20 Gas heating specifi cations ......................20 Values of the adjustment of safety pressure switch ..............20 Evacuation system if several ironers are connected to a common evacuation duct .....
  • Page 29: Working Place Lighting

    Service Installation Manual Working place lighting The lighting should be designed so as to avoid eye strain for the operator ; it should be uniform without any glare, and should be suffi cient to detect any hazards. The average lighting value on the working place recommended by the clothing industry for inspecting linen is 500 lux.
  • Page 30 Service Installation Manual Installation The installation must be done by competent technicians in accordance with local codes and regulations. When there are not local codes and regulations, the installation must be comply with european standards applicable. The machine must be installed on a perfectly even surface, strong and horizontal, capable resisting to the efforts shown in the technical characteristics.
  • Page 31: Mechanical Installation

    Service Installation Manual Mechanical installation Preparation of the ground and machine - Dry-clean carefully the ground and the soles of the machine. Electrical safety device - Earthing is compulsory. Levelling the machine - Adjust the nuts with a spanner and adjust the dryer ironer so that it is horizontal and that its four stands are perfectly vertical.
  • Page 32: Ironer Electricity Power Supply

    Service Installation Manual Ironer electricity power supply CAUTION Prior to use, the ironer should be plugged into a correctly earthed power socket complying with the standards in force. SAFETY The electrical installation of the machine must be undertaken by qualifi ed personnel. CAUTION Ensure that the electrical voltage is correct and that the power of your supply is suffi...
  • Page 33 Service Installation Manual Stuffi ng box Pass the power supply cable of the machine trough the stuffi ng box on the top of the machine. D1657 For each machine, install a fi xed multi pole circuit breaker (or fuses protector) in the laundry main cabinet.
  • Page 34: Connection Diagrams For The Control Circuit Power Supply

    Service Installation Manual Connection diagrams for the control circuit power supply (T2) The tension of the control circuit delivered by the power supply must be 24 volts dc. The supply tension for your machine is normally of 400 volts between phases, this tension can however be different.
  • Page 35 Service Installation Manual The feeder cable sections mentioned in our literature are given only as a guide. To obtain a value perfectly suited to your own application and which takes account of the different correction factors in respect of your plant, refer to the tables below. •...
  • Page 36 Service Installation Manual • Table 3 (correction factors for different cable insulting materials) Max. Insulating material Correction factor working temperature range 70 °C 1,00 Natural or synthetic rubber 60 °C 0,92 Silicone rubber 120 °C 1,60 • Table 4 (B2, C and E correction factors for cable grouping) Number of cables Wall fi...
  • Page 37 Service Installation Manual Machine Installed Rated Connection Heating type Supply voltage Fuse type power intensity cable section 4819 Steam/F.T 380/415 V 3+T ~ 50/60Hz 2.9 kW 4 x 2.5 mm² 3 x 16 A 4819 Electric 380/415 V 3+T ~ 50/60Hz 35,7 kW 52 A 4 x 16 mm²...
  • Page 38: Steam And Condensate Connections

    Service Installation Manual Steam and condensate connections There is always a risk that a certain amount of water will be carried in steam. Water is carried in the lower parts of the supply tubes, and steam in the upper parts. Make a swan neck branch-T on the main tube to prevent this water damaging the machine D0455...
  • Page 39: Safety Valve Connections

    Service Installation Manual Safety valve connections Note: The connection of a safety valve is compulsory in order to conform to the pressurised equipment directive (DESP). The valve must be CE certifi ed in category IV. Its size must vary according to the characteristics of the boiler, to the volume of the pipes upstream of the valve and the volume of the appliance to be protected.
  • Page 40: Gas Connection

    Service Installation Manual Gas connection The installation, connection and gas arrival adjustments for the machine must be done by qualifi ed personnel only. Gas supply DN 20 (3/4" BSP) The customer must install a fi lter and a manual stop valve on the supply side of the machine if natural gas is used.
  • Page 41 Service Installation Manual If the machine is connected to gas mains of 300 mbar or directly behind a gas bottle, it is vital that a pressure reducing valve be added as close as possible to the machine. 300 mbar D1110 If the gas inlet pressure (P1) is identical to the nominal pressure of the machine (P2), it is possible to insert a reservoir as close as possible to the machine in order to protect against any falls in pressure when the machine starts up.
  • Page 42: Testing Pressures

    Service Installation Manual The machine is adjusted at the plant to be suitable for the kind of gas specifi ed on the order. If you have to supply your machine with gas in a family different from the gas for which your machine was adjusted, proceed as follows : Check that the diameter of the injectors is adequate for the kind of gas of your installation (see table of injectors).
  • Page 43: Adjustment And Checking Of The Outlet Pressure

    Service Installation Manual IMPORTANT Adjustments should be made by qualifi ed personnel only. Adjustment and checking of the outlet pressure The gas outlet pressure of the solenoid valve is adjusted at the factory. If you have to make another adjustment, proceed as follows.
  • Page 44: Legend Of Symbols Used

    Service Installation Manual Legend of symbols used machine working with only one gas family II : machine working with two gas families family : caol gas or town gas (for information : not used here) family : natural gas family : liquefi ed petroleum gas (LPG) natural gas with high calorifi...
  • Page 45: Table Of Correspondences - Ironer 1,9 M

    Service Installation Manual Table of correspondences - Ironer 1,9 m Working Heat Ø of Pressure at Categories Type of supply emission Consumption Consumption injectors injectors index pressure in MJ/m³ Qn in kW Mn in kg/h Vn in m³/h in mm in mm H in mbar (Hi)
  • Page 46: Table Of Correspondences - Ironer 3,2 M

    Service Installation Manual Table of correspondences - Ironer 3,2 m Working Heat Ø of Pressure at Categories Type of supply emission Consumption Consumption injectors injectors index pressure in MJ/m³ Qn in kW Mn in kg/h Vn in m³/h in mm in mm H in mbar (Hi)
  • Page 47: Connection Of The Ironer Evacuation System

    Service Installation Manual Connection of the ironer evacuation system Fresh air inlet To allow the dryer ironer to work at its best, it is important that the laundry air inlet passes through an opening from the outside. The fresh air arrival must be equivalent to the volume of evacuated air (please refer to the output of the fans at zero pressure in the technical characteristics).
  • Page 48: Electric, Steam Heating Specifi Cations

    Service Installation Manual Electric, steam heating specifi cations Fan maximum fl ow rate with no pressure : 880 Pa (0.127 PSI) Average temperature of exhaust at the machine outlet : - electric heating : 65°C (150°F) - steam heating : 65°C (150°F) Gas heating specifi...
  • Page 49 Service Installation Manual The duct must lead to the outside and must be fi tted with protection against the weather and foreign bodies. D1084 04102011/GB 51.2010...
  • Page 50: Evacuation System If Several Ironers Are Connected To A Common Evacuation Duct

    Service Installation Manual Evacuation system if several ironers are connected to a common evacuation duct (except for the gas heating machines) If several dryer ironers are installed with a common evacuation duct, the cross-section of the evacuation duct must increase as a function of the number of installed machines so that each of them operates at the same value of air resistance.
  • Page 51: Connection Of The Stacker

    Service Installation Manual Connection of the stacker • Place the stacker on the right side of the dryer ironer and centre it with the fi nger in the slit of the machine. IC448 Stacker D1588 D0071 • Lock the stacker in position with the clamping pads.
  • Page 52: Compressed Air Connection

    Service Installation Manual Compressed air connection The manual stopping valve lockable in closed position (provided by customer) should be installed on the machine's compressed air Compressed air supply. The supply pipe should accept a pressure of at least 1 Mpa (10 bar) (145 psi). •...
  • Page 53: Explanation Of Washing Symbols

    Service Installation Manual Explanation of washing symbols To overcome language barriers, the following are symbols used internationally to give you guidance (norme ISO 3758:2005) and recommendations when washing different textiles. Washing : (the tub symbolizes washing) Max. washing Mechanical Dy or water cleaning : (the circle symbolizes dry temperature in °C action or water cleaning)
  • Page 54 Service Installation Manual 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 conversion tables. bar : meter : 1 bar = 100 000 Pa 1 m = 1,093 61 yd 1 m = 3,280 83 ft 1 bar = 1,019 7 kg/cm²...
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  • Page 57: Preventive Maintenance

    Service Preventive maintenance Manual Contents Motors.............................. 1 Bearings ............................1 Cylinder ............................1 Maintenance ............................ 2 Daily ............................3 Weekly ............................3 Monthly ............................3 Every six months ........................3 Every year ........................... 5 Every three year ......................... 5 Lubricant table ..........................6 04102011/GB 39.2009...
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  • Page 59: Motors

    Service Preventive maintenance Manual Motors • The fan motor is life lubricated. • The movement reduction gear is life lubricated. Bearings • The bearings are greased for life and do not need to be re-greased. However, you may regrease them using a grease which features the same characteristics as that originally used (grease high temperature «EMALUBE M»).
  • Page 60: Maintenance

    Service Preventive maintenance Manual Maintenance 21 22 CAUTION For an optimal service of your machine, execute this instructions at regular intervals and according to the frequency of use. 04102011/GB 39.2009...
  • Page 61: Daily

    Service Preventive maintenance Manual Daily (8 h) (at the beginning of each working day) Check that the emergency stop button works correctly. Check that the machine stops when you press the mobile safety protector. Weekly (40 h) Clean the drive system of the smoothing strips. Clean motor ventilation grills.
  • Page 62 Service Preventive maintenance Manual Maintenance 21 22 CAUTION To ensure that your machine gives the very best service, please take care that maintenance is carried strict accordance with the instructions above mentioned. 04102011/GB 39.2009...
  • Page 63: Every Year

    Service Preventive maintenance Manual Every year (2000 h) Check if the cylinder is dirty and clean it if necessary. Clean external pipes done by customer. Check that the burner works correctly (gas machines only). Clean the inner gas burner with suction device. Check the sight of the ceramic plates joints and change them if necessary.
  • Page 64 Service Preventive maintenance Manual Lubricant table MACHINE LUBRICATION Bare gears Rolling bearings Assembly paste Flange joints Rolling bearings Chains shafts Reducers with Reducers with Circuits and pneu- USES Bearings hight (fretting Union pipes Bearings Thread wheels and screws gears matic devices temperature corrosion) Steam circuits...
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  • Page 67 Service Operation Manual Contents Synoptic Diagram ..........................1 Feeding ............................1 Longitudinal folding ........................1 Safety of cross folding ........................ 2 Cross folding ..........................2 Stacker ............................2 04102011/GB 06.2009...
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  • Page 69: Synoptic Diagram

    Service Operation Manual Synoptic Diagram Feeding Clamps Smoothing Sheet Counter of longitudinal folding Longitudinal Folding Out of ironing cylinder Longitudinal folding DP22 Pressure roller Sheet Rear ejection Longitudinal table Transversal folding Receipt tray Longitudinal folding arm Clutch of longitudinal folding arm 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 70: Safety Of Cross Folding

    Service Operation Manual Safety of cross folding Sheet Sheet DP24 DP26 DP23 DP27 DP25 Longitudinal table Cross folding fold Sheet Sheet Longitudinal table fold fold DP28 Transfer table Stacker DP43 DP42 Stack of sheet Sheet DP41 04102011/GB 06.2009...
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  • Page 73: Control Unit

    Service Control unit Manual Contents Description............................1 Designation............................3 Electric cabinet ..........................6 Control display ..........................8 A1_BASE board ..........................10 A3_DISPLAY board ........................16 A4_PLIVIT board ........................... 18 A5_CROSS board ......................... 22 A6_STACKER board ........................26 A7_FEEDER board ........................30 A8_FEEDER MOTOR board ......................
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  • Page 75 Service Control unit Manual Description The ELECTROLUX ITS includes the following elements : • A1_BASE board • A3_DISPLAY board • A4_PLIVIT board (longitudinal folding) • A5_CROSS board (transversal folding) • A6_STACKER board • A7_FEEDER board • A8_FEEDER MOTOR board • A10_FEEDER INTERCONNECTION board...
  • Page 76 Service Control unit Manual Indicators of the smack bus communication: • only one LED fl ashes or the two LED fl ash in alternating: → correct communication. • both LEDs fl ash at the same time: → a wire is disconnected on one of the boards or there is a bad connection between two boards.
  • Page 77 Service Control unit Manual Designations Converter BASE board DISPLAY board PLIVIT board (longitudinal folding) CROSS board (cross folding) STACKER board FEEDER board FEEDER Motor board Gas igniter FEEDER Interconnection board Pneumatic block, To distribute the compressed air Control fl ame for Australia Gas igniter for Australia Pressostat, To check the pressure of the compressed air Gas pressure pressostat, To check the gas pressure...
  • Page 78 Service Control unit Manual Designations (next) DP27 Detector, cell n°4: To determine the width of linen for the cross folding DP28 Detector, To detect the linen at the outlet of cross folding DP41 Detector, To detect the height of the linen pile in the stacker DP42 Detector, To detect the linen at the inlet of the stacker DP43...
  • Page 79 Service Control unit Manual Motor, Feeding table vacuum (left side) Motor, Evacuation of linen on the rear of the machine Motor, Motion of Cross folding Motor, Motion of the stacker table Motor, Opening of the stacker table Motor, Ejection of linen pile on the stacker Motor, Feeding table vacuum (right side) Motor, Fan of right casing M713...
  • Page 80 Service Control unit Manual Electric cabinet Q701 KM10 KM11 KM12 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 81: Power Supply

    Service Control unit Manual Power supply 24Vdc Feeding items circuit breaker, A1_BASE board, A7_FEEDER board A7 Plivit items circuit breaker, A4_PLIVIT board, contactors, relay Motion, Fan and Vacuum circuit breaker, A1_BASE board, contactors, converter Cross items circuit breaker, A5_CROSS board, contactor, pneumatic bloc 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 82 Service Control unit Manual Control display bracket control panel display support TFT screen display control board switch display support foam touch screen S7.11 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 83 Service Control unit Manual ELECTROLUX ITS CPU Software Version 1.00 START WASH PROGRAM OPTIONS MENU Use up and down key then press Function keys. The functions of these keys change, depending on which menu or part of a menu you are using.
  • Page 84 Service Control unit Manual X117 X118 X119 A1_BASE X120 X116 X121 X115 X122 X114 X123 X124 X113 A1_BASE X125 X112 X126 X127 X111 X110 X128 X109 X108 X129 X107 X106 indicators of smack bus communication X104 X102 X105 X103 X101 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 85 Service Control unit Manual Connector Pin Wire n° Designation / Function X101 405B_1 X405 B-1 Connector X405 B, A4_PLIVIT X102 405 B_2 X401 B-2 Connector X401 B, A4_PLIVIT Vout KA1_Spacing clamps S5_Emergency push button or shunt X103 X724-1 X724 connector, A7_FEEDER X724-2 X104 S1_Safety hand...
  • Page 86 Service Control unit Manual X117 X118 X119 A1_BASE X120 X116 X121 X115 X122 X114 X123 X124 X113 A1_BASE X125 X112 X126 X127 X111 X110 X128 X109 X108 X129 X107 X106 indicators of smack bus communication X104 X102 X105 X103 X101 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 87 Service Control unit Manual Connector Pin Wire n° Designation / Function X111 B2_Gas pressure pressostat Vchauff 112.1 KM1_Converter 112.2 KM2_Fan X112 112.3 KM3_Feeding table vacuum Free Free X113 113.3 KM6, KM7, KM8 and KA12 X114 Free A0_Converter X115 Free 116.1 X601-2 X601 connector, A9_Gas igniter 116.2...
  • Page 88 Service Control unit Manual X117 X118 X119 A1_BASE X120 X116 X121 X115 X122 X114 X123 X124 X113 A1_BASE X125 X112 X126 X127 X111 X110 X128 X109 X108 X129 X107 X106 indicators of smack bus communication X104 X102 X105 X103 X101 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 89 Service Control unit Manual Connector Pin Wire n° Designation / Function Brown X706-1 Green X706-2 X122 X706 connector, A7_FEEDER White X706-3 Yellow X706-4 Brown X416-1 Green X416-2 X123 X416 connector, A4_PLIVIT White X416-3 Yellow X416-4 X124 Free X125 Blue B125_Moisture sensor DIAMMS Tresse X126 White...
  • Page 90 Service Control unit Manual A3_DISPLAY SW302 SW301 indicators of X307 smack bus communication X306 X308 X305 X309 X303 X310 X304 X302 X311 A3_DISPLAY X301 X312 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 91 Service Control unit Manual Connector Pin Wire n° Designation / Function X750-6 Terminal X750 X301 X750-3 Free X302 Free X303 RS 232 (Free) X304 RS 232 (Programmer Display) X305 RS 485 (Free) X306 RS 485 (Free) X307 Free X308 J.Tag (Prog. Data) X309 Touch screen Brown...
  • Page 92 Service Control unit Manual A4_PLIVIT X412 X414 X411 X413 X415 A4_PLIVIT A4_PLIVIT X416 A5_CROSS A5_CROSS A6_STACKER A6_STACKER X417 indicators of smack bus communication X410 X418 X409 CMIS reset X408 X419 X407 X420 X406 X401 B X405 B X405 X404 X403 X402 X401 04102011/GB...
  • Page 93 Service Control unit Manual Connector Pin Wire n° Designation / Function X401 401 B_2 X101-2 DP1_Counting X401 B Free Free X402 502.2 X501-2 X505 connector, A5_CROSS (DP22) Free Blue X403 403.2 White DP3_Folding arm in Front position Brown Blue X404 404.2 White DP4_Folding arm in Rear position...
  • Page 94 Service Control unit Manual A4_PLIVIT X412 X414 X411 X413 X415 A4_PLIVIT A4_PLIVIT X416 A5_CROSS A5_CROSS A6_STACKER A6_STACKER X417 indicators of smack bus communication X410 X418 X409 CMIS reset X408 X419 X407 X420 X406 X401 B X405 B X405 X404 X403 X402 X401 04102011/GB...
  • Page 95 Service Control unit Manual Connector Pin Wire n° Designation / Function X410 Free 411.1 X411 H411_Buzzer X412 Free 413.1 X413 KM9_Clutch X414 Free X415 Free Brown X123-1 Green X123-2 X416 X123 connector, A1_BASE White X123-3 Yellow X123-4 Brown X516-1 Green X516-2 X417 X516 connector, A5_CROSS...
  • Page 96 Service Control unit Manual A5_CROSS X512 X514 X511 X513 X515 A4_PLIVIT A4_PLIVIT X516 A5_CROSS A5_CROSS A6_STACKER A6_STACKER X517 indicators of smack bus communication X510 X518 X509 X508 X519 X507 X520 X506 X501 B X505 B X505 X504 X503 X502 X501 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 97 Service Control unit Manual Connector Pin Wire n° Designation / Function Blue X501 502.2 White DP22_Position detector of ejection roller Brown Free X501 B 501 B_2 X402-2 Connector X402, A4_PLIVIT X502 Free Blue X503 503.2 White DP23_Cell no.3_Longitudinal table Brown Blue X504 504.2...
  • Page 98 Service Control unit Manual A5_CROSS X512 X514 X511 X513 X515 A4_PLIVIT A4_PLIVIT X516 A5_CROSS A5_CROSS A6_STACKER A6_STACKER X517 indicators of smack bus communication X510 X518 X509 X508 X519 X507 X520 X506 X501 B X505 B X505 X504 X503 X502 X501 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 99 Service Control unit Manual Connector Pin Wire n° Designation / Function 511.1 KM10_Ejection roller in high position X511 KM11_Ejection roller in low position 512.1 KM11_Ejection roller in low position X512 KM10_Ejection roller in high position 513.1 X513 KM12_CROSS folding motion X514 Free X515...
  • Page 100 Service Control unit Manual A6_STACKER X612 X614 X611 X613 X615 indicators of A4_PLIVIT A4_PLIVIT smack bus communication X616 A5_CROSS A5_CROSS A6_STACKER A6_STACKER X617 X610 X618 X609 X608 X619 X607 X620 X606 X601 B X605 B X605 X604 X603 X602 X601 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 101 Service Control unit Manual Connector Pin Wire n° Designation / Function Blue X601 601.2 White DP41_Pile of linen Brown X601 B Free Blue X602 602.2 White DP42_Stacker table inlet Brown Blue X603 603.2 White DP43_Stacker table position Brown Free X604 604.2 BP1_Linen pile ejection X605 à...
  • Page 102 Service Control unit Manual A6_STACKER X612 X614 X611 X613 X615 indicators of A4_PLIVIT A4_PLIVIT smack bus communication X616 A5_CROSS A5_CROSS A6_STACKER A6_STACKER X617 X610 X618 X609 X608 X619 X607 X620 X606 X601 B X605 B X605 X604 X603 X602 X601 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 103 Service Control unit Manual Connector Pin Wire n° Designation / Function X617 Free X618 Free Vout X719-1 X719-2 X619 X719-3 X719 connector, A7_FEEDER X719-4 X719-5 Free Free X620 S62_Emergency push button Free 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 104 Service Control unit Manual X712 X713 A7_FEEDER X714 X711 X715 X710 X709 X716 X708 X717 X707 X718 A7_FEEDER X706 X719 X705 X704 X703 X702 X720 X701 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 105 Service Control unit Manual Connector Wire n° Designation / Function X1001, X701 A10_FEEDER INTERCONNECTION X702 DP73_Smoothing BN/WT X703 FC73_Advance of clamps X704 FC74_Linen removal X705 FC75_Return of clamps Brown X122-1 Green X122-2 X706 X122, A1_BASE White X122-3 Yellow X122-4 Brown X416-1 Green X416-2...
  • Page 106 Service Control unit Manual X712 X713 A7_FEEDER X714 X711 X715 X710 X709 X716 X708 X717 X707 X718 A7_FEEDER X706 X719 X705 X704 X703 X702 X720 X701 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 107 Service Control unit Manual Connector Wire n° Designation / Function X1002-1 X710 X1002, A10_FEEDER INTERCONNECTION X1002-2 X1004-1 X711 X1004, A10_FEEDER INTERCONNECTION X1004-2 X712 X801, A8_FEEDER MOTOR X713 Free Vout X520-1 X520-2 X714 X520-3 X520, A5_CROSS X520-4 X520-5 Vout X619-1 X619-2 X715 X619-3 X619, A6_STACKER...
  • Page 108 Service Control unit Manual A8_FEEDER MOTOR X805 X804 X801 X803 X802 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 109: Electrolux Its Screens

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual The different functions of the «MACHINE TIMERS SETTING»: • Cross 1-2 distance: Adjustment of the difference of activation between the 1 and the 2 cross folds. Factory value Minimum value Maximum value Incrementing 50Hz 1060...
  • Page 110 Service Control unit Manual A10_FEEDER INTERCONNECTION X1008 X1007 X1009 X1006 X1010 X1005 X1011 X1004 X1012 X1003 X1013 X1002 X1001 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 111 Service Control unit Manual Connector Wire n° Designation / Function X701-1 X701-2 X701-3 X701-4 X701-5 X1001 X701, A7_FEEDER X701-6 X701-7 X701-8 X701-9 X701-10 X710-1 X1002 X710, A7_FEEDER X710-2 X1003 E2_Electromagnet of left clamp X711-1 X1004 X711, A7_FEEDER X711-2 X1005 E3_Electromagnet of right clamp 719.2 X719-2 X1006...
  • Page 112 Service Control unit Manual A10_FEEDER INTERCONNECTION X1008 X1007 X1009 X1006 X1010 X1005 X1011 X1004 X1012 X1003 X1013 X1002 X1001 04102011/GB 43.2015...
  • Page 113 Service Control unit Manual Connector Wire n° Designation / Function X1011 FC71_Clamps opened X1012 DP72_Right clamp BN/WT X1013 DP71_Left clamp BN/WT 04102011/GB 43.2015...
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  • Page 115 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Contents ELECTROLUX ITS .......................... 1 Diagram of Electrolux ITS menus ....................2 Screen: ELECTROLUX ITS......................4 Screen: EMERGENCY STOP ......................4 Screen: ENERGY SAVING MODE ....................5 State of buttons ..........................5 Menu: START MACHINE......................... 6 Description of «START MACHINE»...
  • Page 116 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: TEMPERATURES STATISTICS .................. 44 Screen: DATE & TIME SETTING ....................45 Screen: CHANGE PASSWORD ....................46 Screen: MACHINE STATUS ..................... 47 Screen: USER LANGUAGE ..................... 48 Screen: PROGRAMMING ......................49 Create a new dry program ......................50 Modify a dry program........................
  • Page 117: Electrolux Its

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual ELECTROLUX ITS ELECTROLUX ITS ELECTROLUX ITS CPU Software Version X.XX START MACHINE OPTIONS MENU Touch screen Use up and down key then press Function keys The allocation of these keys varies, depending on the windows currently in use.
  • Page 118: Diagram Of Electrolux Its Menus

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Diagram of Electrolux ITS menus POWER EMERGENCY IS BACK STOP ELECTROLUX ITS PROGRAMMING OPTIONS MENU DISPLAY BASIC SETTINGS STOPPING ADVANCED SETTINGS DIAMMS MANUAL MODE MODE STATISTICS SELECT PROGRAM DATE & TIME SETTING DIAMMS MANUAL X PROGRAM...
  • Page 119 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual CREATE A CREATE PRO. CREATE PRO. MODIFY PRO. PROGRAM NUMBER ? NAME ? KILL ? MODIFY A MODIFY PRO. MODIFY PRO. MODIFY PRO. PROGRAM ...EDITION NUMBER ? NAME ? DELETE A DELETE PRO. PROGRAM ERASE ?
  • Page 120: Screen: Electrolux Its

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: ELECTROLUX ITS ELECTROLUX ITS The opposite menu is displayed on the CPU Software Version X.XX screen when the main switched is on the “ I ” position. START MACHINE OPTIONS MENU D0513 Use up and down key then press...
  • Page 121: Screen: Energy Saving Mode

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: ENERGY SAVING MODE The «Energy saving» mode displays according to MACHINE IN ENERGY SAVING MODE the setting time in the machine settings. Press the screen to restart the machine. Screen: ELECTROLUX ITS. To restart at previous mode :...
  • Page 122: Menu: Start Machine

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Menu: START MACHINE Description of «START MACHINE» START MACHINE DIAMMS MODE STOP REQUEST ? MANUAL MODE COOLING OPTIONS MENU DIAMMS or MANUAL MODE FEEDING RESTART ? (auto or manual) FOLDING (with or without) EJECTION SELECT THE PROGRAM 04102011/GB 17.2012...
  • Page 123 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual START MACHINE DIAMMS MODE DIAMMS or MANUAL MODE FEEDING (auto or manual) FOLDING (with or without) EJECTION 00 Universal SELECT DRY PROGRAM 01 Folding adjustment mode 02 Cloth 300x240 poly/cotton STOP REQUEST 05 Draw-sheet 190x240...
  • Page 124: Screen: Diamms Mode

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: DIAMMS MODE ELECTROLUX ITS From the «SETTING OUT» screen, select «START CPU Software Version X.XX MENU» START MACHINE START MACHINE OPTIONS MENU OPTIONS MENU Use up and down key then press then validate. When the machine starting, the heating is activated.
  • Page 125 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual To access the «SELECT DRY PROGRAM» mode. Screen: SELECT DRY PROGRAM (next page). To stop the operating cycle. Screen: STOP REQUEST (next page). The different functions of the «DIAMMS MODE» screen: • Temperature: To display the temperature of the cylinder.
  • Page 126: Screen: Manual Mode

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: MANUAL MODE The machine is set by default in automatic mode °C «DIAMMS MODE» . To set the machine in «MANUAL MODE», press on: … 1..2..STOP 3..4..D1663 The «MANUAL MODE» allows to select the heating °C...
  • Page 127 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual To stop the operating cycle. Screen: STOP REQUEST (next page). The different functions of the «DIAMMS MODE» screen: • Set temperature: To increase or decrease the ironing temperature. The ironing temperature can be adjusted degrees by degrees (Celsius) by pressure.
  • Page 128: Screen: Stop Request

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: STOP REQUEST After a pressure on the ‘STOP’ button, STOP REQUEST ? STOP To confi rm, press green key this screen allows to stop the machine or to access To access options menu, press the menu «OPTIONS MENU»...
  • Page 129: Screen: Restart

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: RESTART In the case of the cooling cycle is stopped, the opposite screen will display to restart the machine. RESTART ? Correspondence of keys: To escape and move back. Screen: COOLING (previous page). To restart the program.
  • Page 130: Screen: Select Dry Program

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: SELECT DRY PROGRAM From the «DIAMMS MODE» or «MANUAL MODE» °C screen, press «SELECT DRY PROGRAM» … 1..2..STOP 3..4..D1663 SELECT DRY PROGRAM After pressure «Select dry program», the opposite display appears.
  • Page 131: Screen: Start A Dry Program In «diamms Mode

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: Start a dry program in «DIAMMS MODE» The functions are the same as the operating cycle in Diamms mode. Cloth 190x240 poly/cotton Elis Screen: Start a dry program in «MANUAL MODE» The functions are the same as the operating cycle in Manual mode.
  • Page 132: Screen: Folds Table Choice

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: FOLDS TABLE CHOICE From the «DIAMMS MODE» or «MANUAL MODE» °C screen, by pressure the upper part of the screen, … 1..2..STOP 3..4..D1663 FOLDS TABLE CHOICE the menu «FOLDS TABLE CHOICE» appears as opposite.
  • Page 133: Menu: Options Menu

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Menu: OPTIONS MENU Description of «OPTION MENU» OPTIONS MENU BASIC SETTINGS PROGRAMMING ADVANCED SETTINGS STATISTICS DATE & TIME SETTING CHANGE PASSWORD MACHINE STATUS USER LANGUAGE 04102011/GB 17.2012...
  • Page 134 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual OPTIONS MENU Feeding auto. start BASICS SETTINGS Feeding auto. return Customer folding table Folding table setting Customer folding table Feeding suction system Stand by timer (min) Autostop timer (min) Length measure display cross fold activ.
  • Page 135 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual (Continued of previous page) ADVANCED SETTINGS 4-6 lenght folds limit MACHINE CONFIGURATION Anticip. specif. LF 1 Anticip. specif. LF 2&3 2-3 cross fold limit DIAMMS point Feeder PCB activation LF PCB activation Cross PCB activation Stacker PCB activation Temperature in °F...
  • Page 136: Screen: Options Menu

    ERRORS STATISTICS, DATE & TIME SETTING, USER LANGUAGE CHANGE PASSWORD and MACHINE STATUS menus are locked by a password (next page). Correspondence of key: To escape and move back. Screen: ELECTROLUX ITS (page 4). To select a menu. To validate the choice. 04102011/GB 17.2012...
  • Page 137: Screen: Numeric Keyboard

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: NUMERIC KEYBOARD Password : # This screen allows to lock the access to the BASIC SETTINGS, ADVANCED SETTINGS, PROGRAMMING, ABSOLUTES STATISTICS, TEMPERATURES STATISTICS, ERRORS STATISTICS, DATE & TIME SETTING, CHANGE PASSWORD and MACHINE STATUS menu, and...
  • Page 138: Screen: Basic Settings

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: BASIC SETTINGS OPTIONS MENU From the «OPTIONS MENUS» screen, press BASIC SETTINGS PROGRAMMING ADVANCED SETTINGS STATISTICS DATE & TIME SETTING CHANGE PASSWORD MACHINE STATUS to select «BASIC SETTING», USER LANGUAGE then validate. BASIC SETTINGS This screen allows to control and to change the machine parameters.
  • Page 139 Maximum value Incrementing • Feeding auto. return: Activation / Deactivation of the automatic feeding return. - 0 : Feeding auto return deactivated, use the lever under the Electrolux ITS. - 1 : Feeding auto return activated. Factory value Minimum value...
  • Page 140 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual The different functions of the «BASIC SETTINGS» screen: (next) • Length counter. display (cm): Display the measured length of linen. - 0 : Length measure display deactivated. - 1 : Length measure display activated. Factory value...
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  • Page 142: Screen: Set Folds Table

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: SET FOLDS TABLE BASIC SETTINGS From the «BASIC SETTING» screen, press Feeding auto. start Feeding auto. return Folds table choice Set folds table Feeding table vacuum Standby timer (min) to select «Set folds table», Sleeping timer (min) Length counter.
  • Page 143 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual The different functions of the «SET FOLDS TABLE» screen: • 0. Factory folds table: 0 = no adjustment, 1 = customer folds table. • Length = 182: Length of the last piece inserted into the machine (length = 0, when the machine is stopped).
  • Page 144: Screen: Advanced Settings

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: ADVANCED SETTINGS OPTIONS MENU From the «OPTIONS MENUS» screen, press BASIC SETTINGS PROGRAMMING ADVANCED SETTINGS STATISTICS DATE & TIME SETTING CHANGE PASSWORD MACHINE STATUS to select «ADVANCED SETTING», USER LANGUAGE then validate. ADVANCED SETTINGS This screen allows to control and to change the machine parameters.
  • Page 145 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual The different functions of the «ADVANCED SETTINGS» screen: • Machine confi guration: Confi guration of the different functions of the machine. • Machine times setting: Setting of the different times of the machine. • Parameters recovering: Recovering of the parameters of each electric boards when one of them is replaced.
  • Page 146: Screen: Machine Configuration

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: MACHINE CONFIGURATION ADVANCED SETTINGS From the «ADVANCED SETTINGS» screen, press Machine confi guration Machine timers setting Parameters recovering Maintenance alert (h) : 134 to select «Machine confi guration», then validate. MACHINE CONFIGURATION This screen allows to adjust several parameters of the machine.
  • Page 147 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual The different functions of the «MACHINE CONFIGURATION»: • 4-6 length folds limit.: Adjustment of the maximum length of linen that the machine takes into account to change the longitudinal folding 4 folds to 6 folds.
  • Page 148 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual The different functions of the «MACHINE CONFIGURATION»: (next) • Stacker PCB activation: Activation / Deactivation of the COM connection of STACKER board. Factory value Minimum value Maximum value Incrementing • Temperature in °F: Selection of the temperature unit: 0 = degrees Celsius...
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  • Page 150: Screen: Machine Timers Setting

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: MACHINE TIMERS SETTING ADVANCED SETTINGS From the «ADVANCED SETTINGS» screen, press Machine confi guration Machine timers setting Parameters recovering Maintenance alert (h) : 134 to select «Machine timers setting», then validate. MACHINE TIMERS SETTING This screen allows to adjust the different timers of the machine.
  • Page 151 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual The different functions of the «MACHINE TIMERS SETTING»: • Cross 1-2 distance: Adjustment of the difference of activation between the 1 and the 2 cross folds. Factory value Minimum value Maximum value Incrementing 1060 1300 •...
  • Page 152: Screen: Parameters Recovering

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: PARAMETERS RECOVERING ADVANCED SETTINGS From the «ADVANCED SETTINGS» screen, press Machine confi guration Machine timers setting Parameters recovering Maintenance alert (h) : 134 to select «Parameters recovering», then validate. PARAMETERS RECOVERING This screen allows to recover the setting of each boards when one of them is replaced.
  • Page 153 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual The different functions of the «PARAMETERS RECOVERING»: • Base board A1: Recovery of the A1_BASE parameters. • Feeder board A7: Recovery of the A7_FEEDER parameters. • LF board A4: Recovery of the A4_PLIVIT parameters. • Cross board A5: Recovery of the A5_CROSS parameters.
  • Page 154: Screen: Maintenance Alert

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: MAINTENANCE ALERT ADVANCED SETTINGS From the «ADVANCED SETTINGS» screen, press Machine confi guration Machine timers setting Parameters recovering Maintenance alert (h) : 134 to select «Maintenance alert». Correspondence of keys: To escape and move back.
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  • Page 156: Screen: Statistics

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: STATISTICS OPTIONS MENU From the «OPTIONS MENUS» screen, press BASIC SETTINGS PROGRAMMING ADVANCED SETTINGS STATISTICS DATE & TIME SETTING CHANGE PASSWORD MACHINE STATUS to select «STATISTICS», USER LANGUAGE then validate. STATISTICS This screen allows to display the operations statistics of the machine.
  • Page 157 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual The different functions of the «STATISTICS» screen: • Absolute statistics: Display of statistics recorded since the fi rst using of the machine. • Monthly statistics: Display of statistics recorded of the current month. • Daily statistics: Display of statistics recorded of the current day.
  • Page 158: Screen: Absolute / Monthly / Daily Statistics

    Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: ABSOLUTE / MONTHLY / DAILY STATISTICS STATISTICS From the «STATISTICS» screen, press Daily statistics Monthly statistics Absolute statistics Temperatures statistics Errors statistics to select «Absolute, Monthly or Daily statistics», then validate. STATISTICS This screen allows to display the operations...
  • Page 159 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual The different functions of the «Absolute, Monthly and Daily statistics» screen: • Total running hours: Display of number of total running hours. • Total using hours: Display of number of using hours. • Processed items: Display of number of processed items.
  • Page 160 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: TEMPERATURES STATISTICS STATISTICS From the «STATISTICS» screen, press Daily statistics Monthly statistics Absolute statistics Temperatures statistics Errors statistics to select «Temperature display», then validate. TEMPERATURE DISPLAY This screen allows to display the temperature of the ironing cylinder.
  • Page 161 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: DATE & TIME SETTING OPTIONS MENU From the «OPTIONS MENUS» screen, press BASIC SETTINGS PROGRAMMING ADVANCED SETTINGS STATISTICS DATE & TIME SETTING CHANGE PASSWORD MACHINE STATUS to select «DATE & TIME SETTING», USER LANGUAGE then validate.
  • Page 162 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: CHANGE PASSWORD OPTIONS MENU From the «OPTIONS MENUS» screen, press BASIC SETTINGS PROGRAMMING ADVANCED SETTINGS STATISTICS DATE & TIME SETTING CHANGE PASSWORD MACHINE STATUS to select «CHANGE PASSWORD », USER LANGUAGE then validate. Enter the old password.
  • Page 163 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: MACHINE STATUS OPTIONS MENU From the «OPTIONS MENU» screen, press BASIC SETTINGS PROGRAMMING ADVANCED SETTINGS STATISTICS DATE & TIME SETTING CHANGE PASSWORD MACHINE STATUS to select «MACHINE STATUS», USER LANGUAGE then validate. INPUTS STATUS This screen allows to display the status of various functions of the machine during operation.
  • Page 164 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: USER LANGUAGE OPTIONS MENU From the «OPTIONS MENUS» screen, press BASIC SETTINGS PROGRAMMING ADVANCED SETTINGS STATISTICS DATE & TIME SETTING CHANGE PASSWORD MACHINE STATUS to select «USER LANGUAGE», USER LANGUAGE then validate. USER LANGUAGE This screen allows to select the language of the ELECTROLUX ITS.
  • Page 165 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: PROGRAMMING OPTIONS MENU From the «OPTIONS MENUS» screen, press BASIC SETTINGS PROGRAMMING ADVANCED SETTINGS STATISTICS DATE & TIME SETTING CHANGE PASSWORD MACHINE STATUS to select «PROGRAMMING», USER LANGUAGE then validate. PROGRAMMING This screen allow to create a new dry program from...
  • Page 166 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Create a new dry program PROGRAMMING From the «PROGRAMMING» screen, press Create a program Modify a program Delete a program to select «Create a program». Then validate. Screen: PROGRAM EDITION PROGRAM EDITION Screen: PROGRAM EDITION...
  • Page 167 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual The different functions of the «PROGRAM EDITION» screen: • DIAMMS regulation: Selection of DIAMMS or MANUAL mode. • Temperature: Adjustment of temperature. • Speed (m/mm): Adjustment of speed. • Automatic feeding: Authorizes the automatic feeding, otherwise the feeding is activated by the central lever.
  • Page 168 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Create a new dry program (next) Enter the program number : Screen: PROGRAM NUMBER This screen allows to allocate a number to the dry program in order to sort the dry programs out by numerical order.
  • Page 169 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Program Name : Screen: PROGRAM NAME This screen allows to allocate a name to the dry program. Correspondence of key: To enter the name. Each number key gives access to several characters as follow :...
  • Page 170 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Modify a dry program PROGRAMMING From the «PROGRAMMING» screen, press Create a program Modify a program Delete a program to select «MODIFY DRY PROGRAM». Then validate. Screen: SELECT DRY PROGRAM SELECT DRY PROGRAM Screen: SELECT DRY PROGRAM...
  • Page 171 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual PROGRAM EDITION Screen: PROGRAM EDITION DIAMMS regulation This screen allow to modify the selected dry : 178 °C Temperature Speed (m/mn) : 4,5 program (see page 39). Automatic feeding Automatic return : 190 Non-folded length (cm)
  • Page 172 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Modify a dry program (next) Enter the program number : Screen: PROGRAM NUMBER This screen allows to allocate a number to the dry program. D1312 Correspondence of key: To enter the number. To correct a typing error.
  • Page 173 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Program Name : Screen: PROGRAM NAME This screen allows to allocate a name to the dry program. Correspondence of key: To enter the name. Each number key gives access to several characters as follow :...
  • Page 174 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Modify a dry program (next) Screen: KILL THE EXISTING PROGRAM DO YOU WANT TO OVERWRITE When the validation executed, the previous program is defi nitely lost and replaced by the new one. EXISTING PROGRAM ? Correspondence of keys: To escape and move back.
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  • Page 176 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Delete a program PROGRAMMING From the «PROGRAMMING» screen, press Create a program Modify a program Delete a program to select «DELETE A PROGRAM». Then validate. Screen: PROGRAMMING SELECT DRY PROGRAM Screen: SELECT DRY PROGRAM 00 Universal...
  • Page 177 Service ELECTROLUX ITS Screens Manual Screen: DELETE THE PROGRAM DO YOU WANT TO DELETE When the validation is executed, the program is defi nitely deleted. THE DRY PROGRAM ? Correspondence of keys: To escape and move back. Screen: PROGRAMMING (previous page).
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  • Page 179: Ventilation And Motion Of The Machine

    Service Ventilation and motion of the machine Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation ............................2 Repair .............................. 5 Replacement of the M1 back-geread motor ................5 Replacement of the M2 fan motor ....................7 Replacement of the M12 fan motor .................... 9 Replacement of the KM1 and KM2 contactors ................
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  • Page 181: Description

    Ventilation and motion of the machine Description The ventilation and the motion of the machine comprise the following elements: • 3 motors ‘M1’, ‘M2’ and ‘M12’ to ventilate the machine and to drive the ironing cylinder. • 1 converter ‘A0’ to control the speed of the ironing cylinder. •...
  • Page 182: Operation

    The ventilation of the machine and the motion of the ironing cylinder are activated when the machine is ON after a verifi cation of the security chains. Controlled by the ELECTROLUX ITS, the KM1 contactor supplies the A1 converter and the M12 fan motor and the KM2 contactor supplies the M2 fan motor.
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  • Page 184 Ventilation and motion of the machine system of tension drive chain clutch chain QC n° : ... /12110015 QC n° : 12110015 / ... back-geared motor support peg tooth handle disc end piece M1 back-geared motor 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 185: Repair

    Ventilation and motion of the machine Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the M1 back-geread motor: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the right side frame of the machine. 2.
  • Page 186 Ventilation and motion of the machine Loosen 1 turn the screw «44a». Check where is the slack of the chain. Drive chain Zona A Zona B chain of cylinder motor Turn the motion motor in the opposite direction of the facing forward so that the slack of the chain is in the area A.
  • Page 187 Ventilation and motion of the machine ≤ 5 mm > 5 mm Start the machine without heating at a speed of 4 m/min during about 1 min. Screw on 2 turns the screw «44b» to tighten the chain during the operation of the machine. Stop the machine, put the main switch to 0.
  • Page 188 Ventilation and motion of the machine extensible hose vapour suction tube nozzle spiral tee-square turbine motor bracket FAN MACHINE M2 motor 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 189: Replacement Of The M2 Fan Motor

    Ventilation and motion of the machine Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the M2 fan motor: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the right side frame of the machine. 2.
  • Page 190 Ventilation and motion of the machine defl ector fan support grid joint gasket M12 cooler fan electric cabinet A0 converter 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 191: Replacement Of The M12 Fan Motor

    Ventilation and motion of the machine Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the M12 fan motor: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the right side frame of the machine. 2.
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  • Page 193: Electric Heating

    Service Electric heating Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation ............................3 Repair .............................. 5 Replacement of the heating elements ..................5 Replacement of the B126, B127, B128 temperature sensors, the B3 safety thermostat and the F2 thermal fuse ..............5 Replacement of the KM6, KM7 and KM8 contactors ..............5 04102011/GB 06.2009...
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  • Page 195: Description

    The heating elements are mounted on a support inserted in the ironing cylinder. The power of the heating elements change according to the capacity of the machine as follow: - IC4 4819 FFS: 3650W / 400V - IC4 4825 FFS: 4800W / 400V - IC4 4832 FFS: 5950W / 400V The KM6, KM7 and KM8 contactors are mounted in the electric cabinet.
  • Page 196 Service Electric heating Manual left casing electric plate heating elements 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 197: Operation

    Electric heating Manual Operation Controlled by the ELECTROLUX ITS, the KM6, KM7 and KM8 contactors supply the heating elements. The B126, B127 and B128 temperature sensor (PT100) contribute to the regulation of the temperature and the overheating detection of ironing cylinder according to the following...
  • Page 198 Service Electric heating Manual spacer end fl ange protection panel heating element insulator insulator end fl ange resistors support protection panel end fl ange ironing cylinder B128 B127 B126 strips bar terminal block ground terminal ground terminal end fl ange stop 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 199: Repair

    Service Electric heating Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the heating elements: If the measured ohmic value of the heating element is equal to 0, it means that the resistor is faulty.
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  • Page 201 Service Gas heating Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation_Standard machine......................3 Operation_Australia machine ......................5 Repair .............................. 9 Replacement of the Y1/Y2 (Y3/Y4) gas electrovalve ..............9 Adjustment and checking of the outlet gas pressure ..............9 Replacement of the E1/E2 electrode ..................11 Replacement of the A9 igniter ....................
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  • Page 203: Description

    Service Gas heating Manual Description The gas heating system comprises the following elements : • 1 gas pipe burner to heat the ironing cylinder. • 1 standard gas heating electric plate with the following elements: - 1 electrode assembly E1 / E2 , - 2 safety pressostats B2 and B5 - 1 gas igniter A9 - 1 relay KA90...
  • Page 204 Service Gas heating Manual Standard Gas gas pipe burner left casing electric plate - gas heating 04102011/GB 50.2011...
  • Page 205: Operation_standard Machine

    Gas heating Manual Operation_Standard machine Controlled by the ELECTROLUX ITS, the A9 igniter controls the ignition of the gas pipe burner when the machine is switched on. The ELECTROLUX ITS checks the operation of the A9 igniter using the KA90 relay.
  • Page 206 Service Gas heating Manual Australia Gas gas pipe burner left casing right casing fl ame detector box electric plate - gas heating 04102011/GB 50.2011...
  • Page 207: Operation_australia Machine

    Manual Operation_Australia machine Controlled by the ELECTROLUX ITS, the A13 igniter controls the ignition of the gas pipe burner when the machine is switched on using the A12 fl ame control box. The ELECTROLUX ITS checks the operation of the A13 igniter using the KA10 relay.
  • Page 208 Service Gas heating Manual 04102011/GB 50.2011...
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  • Page 210 Service Gas heating Manual spacer hood injector feeding tank fi lter casing end fl ange venturi insulator rail fl ange strainer tap stop lever Y1/Y2 electrovalve block Inlet fl ange Outlet Outlet pressure regulator adjustment screw plug Inlet pressure tapping Outlet pressure tapping Head regulation D0034...
  • Page 211: Repair

    Service Gas heating Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the Y1/Y2 (Y3/Y4) gas electrovalve: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the left side frame of the machine. 2.
  • Page 212 Service Gas heating Manual extension element ceramic plate electrode fender waling edging spacer gas pipe burner hood injector feeding tank fi lter casing end fl ange venturi insulator rail fl ange strainer tap stop lever Y1/Y2 electrovalve block fl ange 04102011/GB 50.2011...
  • Page 213: Replacement Of The E1/e2 Electrode

    Service Gas heating Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the E1/E2 electrode: 1. Remove the left side frame of the machine. 2. Stop and remove the customer gas supply. 3.
  • Page 214 Service Gas heating Manual Standard Gas E1, E2 electrode pressostat B1 relay support stop profi le KA90 relay stop A9 igniter ground terminal snap nut connector Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Ω setting screw MACHINE Fig. 3 exhaust gas outlet 04102011/GB 50.2011...
  • Page 215: Replacement Of The A9 Igniter

    Service Gas heating Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the A9 igniter: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the left side frame of the machine. 2.
  • Page 216 Service Gas heating Manual Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Ω setting screw MACHINE Fig. 3 exhaust gas outlet 04102011/GB 50.2011...
  • Page 217 Service Gas heating Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the pressostat gas B1: Setting: (next) 7. Turn to the right or left the setting screw of the pressostat so that the indicator is lit (Fig. 2). 8.
  • Page 218 Service Gas heating Manual Australia Gas KA14 relay KA13 relay ground terminal terminal block profi le ground terminal snap nut stop KA2 relay KA12 relay KA10 relay KA11 relay A13 igniter E1/E2 electrode 04102011/GB 50.2011...
  • Page 219: Replacement Of The A13 Gas Igniter

    Service Gas heating Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the A13 gas igniter: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the left side frame of the machine. 2.
  • Page 220 Service Gas heating Manual the fender waling E3 electrode fl ame detector box ironing cylinder B128 B127 B126 strips bar 04102011/GB 50.2011...
  • Page 221: Replacement Of The fl Ame Control Box A12

    Service Gas heating Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the fl ame control box A12: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the right side frame of the machine. 2.
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  • Page 223: Steam Heating

    Service Steam heating Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation ............................2 Repair .............................. 5 Replacement of the temperature sensor ..................5 Replacement of the steam turning joint ..................5 04102011/GB 06.2009...
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  • Page 225: Description

    Service Steam heating Manual Description The steam heating comprises the following elements : • 1 steam turning joint to heat the ironing cylinder. • 1 temperature sensor to check the steam temperature. The temperature sensor is mounted on the steam turning joint. It is accessible by removing the left side frame of the machine and the protection hood.
  • Page 226: Operation

    Service Steam heating Manual Operation The steam heating is activated at the opening of the customer steam supply. The distribution of steam in the ironing cylinder is automatic using the steam turning joint. The steam temperature is displayed using the temperature sensor of the steam turning joint. Power supply 3 phases X118...
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  • Page 228 Service Steam heating Manual plate test kit bearing washer recovery of grease casing spacer disc spacer ironing strip steam cylinder washer bearing plate steam turning joint hood union elbow protective plug recovery of grease casing guide + shaft steam fl exible pipe pipe union 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 229: Repair

    Service Steam heating Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the temperature sensor: Correspondence : Steam pressure / Temperature Manometric pressure 1000 in KPa (Bar) (10) Temperature in °C Remove / Assembly:...
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  • Page 231: Diamms System

    Service DIAMMS system Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation ............................2 Repair .............................. 3 Replacement of the moisture sensor ..................3 04102011/GB 06.2009...
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  • Page 233 Service DIAMMS system Manual Description The DIAMMS system comprises the following element: • 1 moisture sensor ‘B125’ to measure the moisture rate on the linen. The B125 moisture sensor is mounted on the strips bars at the outlet of the ironing cylinder. It is accessible by the front of the machine under the feeding table.
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  • Page 235 Service DIAMMS system Manual Power supply 3 phases X118 X129 X108 X109 X110 X111 X117 A1_BASE X125 * ARU = Security chain, emergency push button B125 Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...).
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  • Page 237: Feeding: Vacuum System

    Service Feeding: Vacuum system Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation ............................2 Repair .............................. 5 Replacement of the KM3 contactor .................... 5 Replacement of the M3 motor ....................5 04102011/GB 21-2012...
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  • Page 239 The Q4 breaker and the KM3 contactor are mounted in the electric cabinet. They are accessible by removing the left side frame of the machine. The S7.11 switch is mounted under the ELECTROLUX ITS. fan motors feeding table...
  • Page 240 Controlled by the ELECTROLUX ITS, the KM3 contactor controls the feeding table vacuum motors when the machine is switched on. The motors stop when there is no linen on the feeding table. Note : the vacuum can be deactivate via the ELECTROLUX ITS in «MANUAL FEEDING» mode. Power supply...
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  • Page 242 Service Feeding: Vacuum system Manual electric cabinet feeding table fl ange hose M3 motor rail turbine spiral 04102011/GB 21-2012...
  • Page 243 Service Feeding: Vacuum system Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the KM3 contactor: If the contact of the contactor do not stick when the contact coil is supplied manually, this means that the contactor is faulty.
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  • Page 245: Feeding: Smoothing System

    Service Feeding: Smoothing system Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation ............................2 Repair .............................. 5 Replacement of the M713 & M714 motors ................. 5 Adjustment of the belt ......................... 7 Replacement of the DP73 sensor ....................9 04102011/GB 21-2012...
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  • Page 247: Description

    Service Feeding: Smoothing system Manual Description The smoothing system comprises the following elements : • 2 motors ‘M713’ and ‘M714’ to drive the smoothing belts. • 1 sensor ‘DP73’ to detect the linen in the smoothing system. The M713 motor is mounted on the left side. It is accessible by removing the left side frame of the machine.
  • Page 248 The S7.11 switch activates the M713 and M714 motors in «MANUAL» mode by the operator and automatically in «AUTO» mode. The ELECTROLUX ITS detects the presence or no presence of the linen in the smoothing system using the DP73 sensor.
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  • Page 250 Service Feeding: Smoothing system Manual belt stretching pulley belt splash guard belt feeding vat pulley belt drive pulley pulley splash guard drive pulley motor bracket splash guard motor bracket M714 motor M713 motor 04102011/GB 21-2012...
  • Page 251: Repair

    Service Feeding: Smoothing system Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the M713 & M714 motors: Remove / Assembly : 1. Remove the right or left side frame of the machine according to the faulty motor. 2.
  • Page 252 Service Feeding: Smoothing system Manual belt stretching pulley belt splash guard belt feeding vat pulley belt drive pulley pulley splash guard drive pulley motor bracket splash guard motor bracket M714 motor M713 motor 04102011/GB 21-2012...
  • Page 253: Adjustment Of The Belt

    Service Feeding: Smoothing system Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Adjustment of the belt: Case n°1: 1. Remove the splash guard. 2. Loosen the screw C1 and the nut C2. 3.
  • Page 254 Service Feeding: Smoothing system Manual belt stretching pulley belt splash guard belt feeding vat pulley belt drive pulley pulley splash guard drive pulley motor bracket splash guard motor bracket M714 motor M713 motor 04102011/GB 21-2012...
  • Page 255: Replacement Of The Dp73 Sensor

    Service Feeding: Smoothing system Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the DP73 sensor: Under voltage, the sensor must worked as follow: - no detection = green indicator - detection = green + red indicator If the above conditions are not validated, the sensor is faulty.
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  • Page 257: Feeding: Motion

    Service Feeding: Motion Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation ............................2 Spacing clamps .......................... 2 Advance/Return clamps ......................2 Repair .............................. 5 Replacement of the FC73 and FC75 «Advance/Return clamps» limit switch ......5 Replacement of the FC71 and FC72 «Spacing clamps» limit switch ......... 5 Replacement of the P1 potentiometer ..................
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  • Page 259: Description

    Service Feeding: Motion Manual Description The motion of feeding clamps comprises the following elements: • 4 limit switch ‘FC71’, ‘FC72’, ‘FC73’ and ‘FC75’. • 1 back-geared motor ‘M715’ to move and move back the clamps. • 1 motor ‘M723’ to do the spacing and closing of clamps. •...
  • Page 260 Operation Spacing clamps: The spacing of clamps is done by the M723 motor which is controlled by the ELECTROLUX ITS via the A7_FEEDER board. By defect the clamps are in «close» position. The KA1 relay, which is activated only once the safety chain (emergency push button) checked, allow to control the M723 motor.
  • Page 261 Service Feeding: Motion Manual Power supply 3 phases * ARU = Security chain, emergency push button X117 X118 X129 X108 X109 X110 A1_BASE X119 X103 X122 X1009 Q701 FC75 FC74 FC73 X705 X704 X703 X718 X709 X724 X706 A7_FEEDER X712 X719 X701 X802...
  • Page 262 Service Feeding: Motion Manual belt main switch support pulley FC73 FC75 FC74 rail M715 back-geared motor control satellite pulley belt rail FC72 safety support cable retainer chain drive pulley M723 motor belt table trolley FC71 motor bracket aluminium profi le safety support support localization plate...
  • Page 263: Repair

    Service Feeding: Motion Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the FC73 and FC75 «Advance/Return clamps» limit switch: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the left side frame of the machine. 2.
  • Page 264 Service Feeding: Motion Manual belt main switch support pulley FC73 FC75 FC74 rail M715 back-geared motor control satellite pulley belt rail FC72 safety support cable retainer chain drive pulley M723 motor belt table trolley FC71 motor bracket aluminium profi le safety support support localization plate...
  • Page 265: Replacement Of The M715 Back-geared Motor «advance/return Clamps

    Service Feeding: Motion Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the M715 back-geared motor «Advance/Return clamps»: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the left side frame of the machine. 2.
  • Page 266 Service Feeding: Motion Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the M723 «Spacing clamps» motor (next): Replacement of the carbon brush: 1. Remove the splash guard. 2.
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  • Page 269: Feeding: Clamps System

    Service Feeding: Clamps System Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation ............................2 Repair .............................. 5 Replacement of the E2 and E3 electromagnets ................. 5 Replacement of the DP71 and DP72 detectors ................7 Replacement of the FC74 limit switch ..................7 04102011/GB 21-2012...
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  • Page 271: Description

    Service Feeding: Clamps System Manual Description The feeding clamps system comprises the following elements: • 2 electromagnet ‘E2’ and ‘E3’ to block the linen on the clamps. • 2 inductive detectors ‘DP71’ and ‘DP72’ to detect the presence of the linen on the clamps.
  • Page 272 Service Feeding: Clamps System Manual Operation The operation of the clamps is controlled by the A7_FEEDER board. The closing and opening of the clamps are done using E2 and E3 electromagnet. By default the clamps are in opening position. The closing of the clamps is activated using DP71 and DP72 which detect the presence of linen on the clamps.
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  • Page 274 Service Feeding: Clamps System Manual pliers table trolley command axle return spring DP72 E3 electromagnet splash guard back plate o-ring clamp jack fork pliers table trolley command axle DP71 return spring E2 electromagnet o-ring splash guard clamp back plate jack fork 04102011/GB 21-2012...
  • Page 275: Repair

    Service Feeding: Clamps System Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the E2 and E3 electromagnets: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the splash guard where the electromagnet is faulty. 2.
  • Page 276 Service Feeding: Clamps System Manual detector detector FC75 left casing FC73 FC74 04102011/GB 21-2012...
  • Page 277: Replacement Of The Dp71 And Dp72 Detectors

    Service Feeding: Clamps System Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the DP71 and DP72 detectors: Under voltage, the sensor must worked as follow: - no detection = green indicator - detection = green + red indicators...
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  • Page 279: Longitudinal Folding: Plivit

    Service Longitudinal folding: PLIVIT Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation ............................2 Adjustment of the folding table ......................4 Create a new dry program ....................... 6 Repair ............................15 Replacement of the DP6 photocell ....................11 Replacement of the DP7 photocell ....................11 Replacement of the DP3, DP4, DP5 and DP22 inductive detectors .........
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  • Page 281: Description

    Service Longitudinal folding: PLIVIT Manual Description The longitudinal folding system comprises the following elements: • 7 detectors ‘DP1’, ‘DP3’, ‘DP4’, ‘DP5’, ‘DP6’, ‘DP7’ and ‘DP22’. • 1 clutch ‘E1’ to control the folding arm. • 3 contactors ‘KM10’ and ‘KM11’ to control the motor of the rear ejection. •...
  • Page 282: Operation

    E1 clutch. The E1 clutch is supplied by the KA9 relay which is controlled by the ELECTROLUX ITS. To determine the position of the folding arm, FRONT or REAR position, the ELECTROLUX ITS use the DP3 and DP4 inductive detectors.
  • Page 283 Service Longitudinal folding: PLIVIT Manual Power supply 3 phases KM11 KM10 X118 X129 X108 X109 X110 X111 X117 A1_BASE X101 X102 X120 X107 X123 * ARU = Security chain, emergency push button X406 X401 X419 X416 A4_PLIVIT X403 X404 X405 X407 X413 X411...
  • Page 284: Adjustment Of The Folding Table

    Longitudinal folding: PLIVIT Manual Adjustment of the folding table Before any change of folds tables, don’t forget to ELECTROLUX ITS set the main frequency (50 or 60 Hz) of the machine CPU Software Version 1.00 (Advanced Setting\Machine Confi guration\Mains frequency).
  • Page 285 Service Longitudinal folding: PLIVIT Manual Validate.  Screen "SET CUSTOMIZED FOLDS TABLE" The «SET CUSTOMIZED FOLDS TABLE» screen displays SET CUSTOMIZED FOLDS TABLE as opposite. 0. Factory folds table Length = CAUTION: all modifi cations of parameters 0 ≤ Length < 0 on this screen can only executed by a Fold 1 (0): 0...
  • Page 286: Create A New Dry Program

    Service Longitudinal folding: PLIVIT Manual Create a new dry program ELECTROLUX ITS CPU Software Version 1.00 START MACHINE OPTIONS MENU Use up and down key then press From the «SETTING OUT» screen, select «OPTIONS MENU», OPTIONS MENU BASIC SETTINGS PROGRAMMING Select «PROGRAMMING»,...
  • Page 287 Service Longitudinal folding: PLIVIT Manual Correspondence of keys: To escape and move back. Screen: PROGRAMMING (page 45). To select a parameter. To decrease or increase the value of the selected parameter. To validate the new parameters. Screen: PROGRAM NUMBER (next page). Enter the program number : Screen: PROGRAM NUMBER This screen allows to allocate a number to the dry...
  • Page 288 Service Longitudinal folding: PLIVIT Manual Program Name : Screen: PROGRAM NAME This screen allows to allocate a name to the dry program. Correspondence of key: To enter the name. Each number key gives access to several characters as follow : 1 : abc 2 : def 3 : ghi...
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  • Page 290 Service Longitudinal folding: PLIVIT Manual main switch support micro-switch bearing disc rail guide tension fl ange feeding strip ferrule ferrule bearing feeding satellite refl ector support rail defl ector jack receipt tray 04102011/GB 19.2013...
  • Page 291: Repair

    Service Longitudinal folding: PLIVIT Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the DP6 photocell: Under voltage, the indicator of the photocell must operated according to the following conditions: - presence of linen : indicator is on...
  • Page 292 Service Longitudinal folding: PLIVIT Manual cells support DP22 FOLDING ARM lifting arm lifting arm ferrule pressure roller ferrule folding arm foot pedal foot pedal bearing disk rotation detection disk right casing support 04102011/GB 19.2013...
  • Page 293: Replacement Of The Dp3, Dp4, Dp5 And Dp22 Inductive Detectors

    Service Longitudinal folding: PLIVIT Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the DP3, DP4, DP5 and DP22 inductive detectors: The indicator of the detector must lit when we put a metal part on the detector. If it is not the case, the detector is faulty.
  • Page 294 Service Longitudinal folding: PLIVIT Manual left casing KM10 KM11 disc shaft rail M4 back-geared motor rod linkage ball bearing bearing plate plate end piece bearing E1 brake clutch right casing plate 04102011/GB 19.2013...
  • Page 295: Replacement Of The M4 Back-geared Motor

    Service Longitudinal folding: PLIVIT Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the M4 back-geared motor: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the left side frame of the machine. 2.
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  • Page 297 Service Cross folding Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation ............................2 Repair .............................. 7 Replacement of the DP23, DP24, DP25, DP26, DP27 and DP28 detectors ......7 Replacement of the V1 jack ......................9 Replacement of the V2 and V3 jacks ..................9 Replacement of the M7 back-geared motor ................11 Replacement of the FC510 switch ....................
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  • Page 299: Description

    Service Cross folding Manual Description The cross folding comprises the following elements: • 6 detectors ‘DP23’, ‘DP24’, ‘DP25’, ‘DP26’, ‘DP27’ and ‘DP28’. • 1 contactor ‘KM12’ to control the motion motor. • 1 motor ‘M7’ to drive the folding motion. •...
  • Page 300 Service Cross folding Manual Operation • DP24 = 1, DP26 = 1 → Position of linen: good DP24 DP26 • DP23 = 1, DP27 = 1 → Position of linen: good • DP25 = 0 → Width of linen: good DP23 DP27 DP25...
  • Page 301 Service Cross folding Manual fold • Activation of the 1 fold, If at the end of 8s., DP23 DP27 DP23 = 1 DP27 = 1 → JAMMING ON THE 1 FOLD Time delay ‘1’ = (L / 2) + D1 L = length of linen;...
  • Page 302 Service Cross folding Manual Power supply 3 phases KM12 X118 X129 X108 X109 X110 X117 A1_BASE X107 * ARU = Security chain emergency push button X419 A4_PLIVIT X402 X420 X417 FC510 DP22 X509 X510 X501 X501 B X519 X516 A5_CROSS X515 X503 X504...
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  • Page 304 Service Cross folding Manual detector support support longitudinal table DP23 detector DP27 detector DP25 detector DP24 detector DP26 detector support DP28 detector transfer table 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 305: Repair

    Service Cross folding Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the DP23, DP24, DP25, DP26, DP27 and DP28 detectors: Under voltage, the detector must worked as follow: - presence of linen = the indicator is on - no presence of linen = the indicator is off If the above conditions are not validated, the detector is faulty.
  • Page 306 Service Cross folding Manual hinge pine support FOLD command axle knife profi le V1 jack bearing rod linkage control roller transversal satellite transversal satellite support 2 & 3 FOLD V2 jack conveyor fork support support protective connection angle knife plate pulley chain articulation...
  • Page 307: Replacement Of The V1 Jack

    Service Cross folding Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the V1 jack: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the rear housing of the machine. 2.
  • Page 308 Service Cross folding Manual transfer table support support connection angle disc drive pulley M7 back-geared motor chain indexing screw belt disc 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 309: Replacement Of The M7 Back-geared Motor

    Service Cross folding Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the M7 back-geared motor: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the rear housing of the machine. 2.
  • Page 310 Service Cross folding Manual FC510 switch support left casing KM12 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 311: Replacement Of The Fc510 Switch

    Service Cross folding Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the FC510 switch: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the left side frame of the machine. 2.
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  • Page 313 Service Compressed air system Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation ............................2 A11 :Pneumatic block ........................4 Repair .............................. 6 Replacement of the pressostat ....................6 Replacement of the pneumatic block ..................6 Replacement of the air pilot valves ..................... 7 04102011/GB 21.2012...
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  • Page 315: Description

    Service Compressed air system Manual Description The compressed air system comprises the following elements: • 1 pneumatic block ‘A11’ with several air pilot valves to control the distribution of compressed air. • 1 pressostat ‘B1’ to check the pressure of the compressed air system. The A11 pneumatic block is mounted in the electric cabinet.
  • Page 316: Operation

    Manual Operation Controlled by the ELECTROLUX ITS, the pneumatic block activates and deactivates the jacks of the machine with compressed air. Each air pilot valve have 1 or 2 buttons (A and B) which allow by pressure to control manually the mechanical part.
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  • Page 318: A11_pneumatic Block

    Service Compressed air system Manual A11_Pneumatic block Manual function button Indicators Air supply Air exhaust X110 04102011/GB 21.2012...
  • Page 319: Receipt Tray

    Service Compressed air system Manual A11 : Pneumatic block Connector Line n° Designation / Function X515-1 X110 1 to 20 W715 A5_CROSS X515-20 Button Status Function Press Manual activation of air distributor A Press Manual activation of air distributor B Indicator Status Function...
  • Page 320: Repair

    Service Compressed air system Manual air pilot valve solenoid valve connector and pipe connector left casing pressostat and pipe pneumatic block air regulator - fi lter Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...).
  • Page 321: Replacement Of The Air Pilot Valves

    Service Compressed air system Manual Replacement of the air pilot valves 04102011/GB 21.2012...
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  • Page 323 Service Receipt tray Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation ............................2 Repair .............................. 5 Replacement of the V4 jack ......................5 Replacement of the DP5 inductive detector ................5 Replacement of the pressostat, the air pilot valve and the pneumatic block ......5 04102011/GB 06.2009...
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  • Page 325 Service Receipt tray Manual Description The receipt tray comprises the following elements: • 1 jack ‘V4’ to open and close the tray. • 1 air pilot valve ‘D4’ to control the V4 jack. • 1 inductive detector ‘DP5’ to defi ne the opening or closing position of the tray. The V4 jack and the DP5 detector are mounted in the left casing.
  • Page 326 4..D1663 With DP5 detector the ELECTROLUX ITS defi ne the position of the receipt tray as follow: - DP5 activated (receipt tray in opening position) : «FOLDING» mode - DP5 deactivated (receipt tray in closing position) : «WITHOUT FOLDING» mode When the «WITHOUT FOLDING»...
  • Page 327 Service Receipt tray Manual Power supply 3 phases * ARU = Security chain, emergency push button X118 X129 X108 X109 X110 X111 X117 A1_BASE X122 X119 X103 X107 X123 X419 X416 A4_PLIVIT X405 X420 X417 X706 X709 X724 A7_FEEDER X718 X707 X520 X509...
  • Page 328 Service Receipt tray Manual support defl ector joint fl at hinge pin bearing foot pedal rod linkage joint fl at tenon rod linkage seal 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 329 Service Receipt tray Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the V4 jack: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the left side frame of the machine. 2.
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  • Page 331: Electrostatic Bar

    Service Electrostatic bar Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation ............................2 Repair .............................. 4 Replacement of the generator ....................4 Replacement of the electrostatic bar ..................5 04102011/GB 43.2015...
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  • Page 333: Description

    Service Electrostatic bar Manual Description The electrostatic bar system comprises the following elements: • 1 generator. • 1 electrostatic bar. The generator is mounted in the left casing. It is accessible by removing the left side frame. The electrostatic bar is mounted on the folder stop tube under the feeding table. It is accessible in the front of the machine.
  • Page 334: Operation

    Service Electrostatic bar Manual Operation The electrostatic bar runs only when the ironing outlet detector (DP7) is activated. And it is the hight voltage generator which powers the electrostatic bar at 35VA-500V. Power supply 3 phases X117 X118 X129 X108 X109 X110 X111...
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  • Page 336: Repair

    Service Electrostatic bar Manual profi le insulator corner element electrostatic bar generator Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the generator: • Machine off, disconnect the antistatic bar from the generator. •...
  • Page 337: Replacement Of The Electrostatic Bar

    Service Electrostatic bar Manual Replacement of the electrostatic bar: • Machine on. • When folding is running, approach the screw drive tester with lamp to a pin of the antistatic bar. • If the bar is running the screw drive lam will be on. Remove / Assembly: 1.
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  • Page 339 Service Stacker Manual Contents Description............................1 Operation ............................2 Repair .............................. 5 Replacement of the DP41 and DP42 photocell ................5 Replacement of the KM13, KM14 and KM15 contactors ............5 Replacement of the DP43 inductive detector ................5 Replacement of the M8 back-geared motor ................7 Replacement of the M9 back-geared motor ................
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  • Page 341: Description

    Service Stacker Manual Description The stacker comprises the following elements: • 2 photocells «DP41 and DP42» to detect the presence of the linen. • 1 inductive detector «DP43» to detect the position of the fl aps. • 1 push button «BP1» to evacuate the pile of linen. •...
  • Page 342: Operation

    The opening and closing of the table fl aps are carried out according to the length of linen and the position of this one on the table. The DP43 inductive detector allows ELECTROLUX ITS to know the fl aps position of the table.
  • Page 343 Service Stacker Manual Power supply 3 phases KM13 KM14 KM15 X118 X129 X108 X109 X110 X111 X117 A1_BASE X122 X119 X103 X107 X123 * ARU = Security chain, emergency push button X419 X416 A4_PLIVIT X420 X417 X519 X516 X706 X709 X724 X718 X520...
  • Page 344 Service Stacker Manual electric plate KM15 KM14 KM13 refl ector DP42 support support DP43 support DP41 04102011/GB 06.2009...
  • Page 345: Repair

    Service Stacker Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the DP41 and DP42 photocell: Under voltage, the photocell must operated according to the following conditions: - presence of linen = the indicator is orange.
  • Page 346 Service Stacker Manual fl ap table strap fl ap articulation M9 back-geread motor support bearing foot pedal rod linkage foot pedal support connection angle transversal satellite chain M8 back-geread motor disc fl ap table fl ap articulation strap evacuation satellite support connection angle strap...
  • Page 347: Replacement Of The M8 Back-geared Motor

    Service Stacker Manual Before any intervention it is essential to cut off all supply of the machine (electricity, steam, water, gas, compressed air...). Repair Replacement of the M8 back-geared motor: Remove / Assembly: 1. Remove the rear housing of the stacker. 2.
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  • Page 349: Troubleshooting

    Service Troubleshooting Manual Contents General information about troubleshooting ..................1 Precautions ..........................1 Measures ............................ 1 Display principle for an anomaly message ..................2 Anomalies with no error codes ....................2 Anomalies with error codes ......................2 List of errors with appropriate error messages ................4 EMERG.
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  • Page 351: General Information About Troubleshooting

    Service Troubleshooting Manual General information about troubleshooting The troubleshooting section is used to pinpoint a default on the machine to a specifi c defective component or unit. Precautions Only authorized personnel is allowed to troubleshoot the machine. If the power is on, be very careful when working on the machine. Measures For information about measurement points, components and voltages, please refer to the wiring diagrams of the machine.
  • Page 352: Display Principle For An Anomaly Message

    This section includes troubleshooting charts for errors which no error code is generated. • Anomalies with error codes Errors code Program or machine errors are indicated by an alarm message on the screen (Fig 1). ELECTROLUX ITS CPU Software Version 1.00 START MACHINE OPTIONS MENU Use up and down key then press 01.
  • Page 353 Problem solved Press «VALIDATION» button (Fig 2) The programmer saves in its data The machine returns to the (accessible by maintenance) «ELECTROLUX ITS» that the error «00. xxxxxxxx» screen (fi g.1) has appeared Start again the machine Important information: • After each anomaly detection, it is essential to start again the machine.
  • Page 354: List Of Errors With Appropriate Error Messages

    Service Troubleshooting Manual List of errors with appropriate error messages Error message displayed Cause / Solution c : Emergency stop button activated. 01. EMERGENCY STOP ACTIVE s : Solve the problem which motivate the emergency stop button and reset button. c : Lack of pressure in the compressed air.
  • Page 355 Service Troubleshooting Manual c : Overheating detection > 240°C. 14. THERMIC FUSE FAULT s : Cool down the machine using wet linen and change the thermal fuse once the machine is stopped. c : A overheating > 215°C is occurred. 15.
  • Page 356: Emerg. Stop Active

    Service Troubleshooting Manual EMERG. STOP ACTIVE A emergency stop button is activated. Check the reason why the emergency stop was activated and only rearm the emergency stop 01. EMERGENCY STOP ACTIVE button afterwards. Release emergency stop and start machine again Once the reason is defi...
  • Page 357: Gas Pressure Failure

    Service Troubleshooting Manual GAS PRESSURE FAILURE A fl eeting drop in the air pressure is detected. Check: • the gas supply of the customer. 03. GAS PRESSURE FAILURE Check gas supply • the gas pressure. or contact your technician Once the problem solved, press ‘Validation’ button to start again the machine.
  • Page 358: Main Transmission Error

    Service Troubleshooting Manual GAS IGNITION ERROR A overheating > 230°C is detected. 1. Put the machine in ‘Without feeding’ mode, 05. OVERHEAT DETECTION Cool machine down in manual mode or contact your technician 2. Lower the heating temperature using wet linen.
  • Page 359: Length Folding Error

    Service Troubleshooting Manual LENGTH FOLDING ERROR No detection of movement of folding arm. Check: • the DP3 and DP4 detectors, 07. LENGTH FOLDING ERROR Read instructions in the manual • the E1 clutch of folding arm, or contact your technician •...
  • Page 360: Length Folding Error

    Service Troubleshooting Manual LENGTH FOLDING ERROR This screen is not activated yet. 09. FOLDING TRANSFER ERROR Read instructions in the manual or contact your technician CROSS FOLD 1 JAMMED A linen is jammed in the 1 cross folding. 1. Remove the rear frame of the machine. 2.
  • Page 361: Cross Fold 2 Or 3 Jammed

    Service Troubleshooting Manual CROSS FOLD 2 OR 3 JAMMED A linen is jammed in the 2 and 3 cross folding. 1. Remove the rear frame of the machine. 2. Remove the jammed linen in the cross. 11. CROSS FOLD 2 OR 3 JAMMED Remove item according to instructions 3.
  • Page 362: Stacker Error

    Service Troubleshooting Manual STACKER ERROR A bad operation of the stacker is detected. Check: • the operation of the DP41, DP42 and DP43 13. STACKER ERROR Read instructions in the manual detectors. or contact your technician • the mechanical operation of each function of the stacker (motion, detection, opening, closing...).
  • Page 363: Exhausting Failure

    Service Troubleshooting Manual EXHAUSTING FAILURE A problem has occurred with the throwing out of the burned gas. Check: 16. EXHAUSTING FAILURE • the evacuation of the burned gas Read instructions in the manual or contact your technician • the fan motor. Once the problem solved, press ‘Validation’...
  • Page 364: Com Failure

    Service Troubleshooting Manual COM FAILURE A communication default between boards is detected. Check: 20. COM FAILURE Read instructions in the manual • the communication cable between boards. or contact your technician Once the problem solved, press ‘Validation’ button to start again the machine. 04102011/GB 06.2009...
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