Electrolux NUC1DDRUKP Manual

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................
GENERAL INFORMATION ..............................................................................
Introduction ......................................................................................................................
Definitions........................................................................................................................
Typographical conventions ..............................................................................................
Machine and Manufacturer's identification data ..............................................................
Equipment identification ..................................................................................................
How to identify the technical data........................................................................
How to interpret the factory description...............................................................
Copyright .........................................................................................................................
Liability.............................................................................................................................
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Personal Protection Equipment .......................................................................................
Keeping the manual.........................................................................................................
Users of the manual ........................................................................................................
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF MACHINE .......................................................
General description .........................................................................................................
TECHNICAL DATA ...........................................................................................
Main technical characteristics..........................................................................................
Power supply characteristics ...........................................................................................
TRANSPORT, HANDLING AND STORAGE....................................................
Introduction......................................................................................................................
Transport: Instructions for the carrier...................................................................
Handling ..........................................................................................................................
Procedures for handling operations.....................................................................
Shifting ................................................................................................................
Placing the load ...................................................................................................
E2.2 Shifting.............................................................................................................................
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INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY ...................................................................
Customer responsibilities ................................................................................................
Characteristics of the place of installation .......................................................................
Positioning .......................................................................................................................
Disposal of packaging .....................................................................................................
Plumbing connections .....................................................................................................
Plumbing circuits. ................................................................................................
Installation diagram .............................................................................................
Electrical connections......................................................................................................
Safety devices .....................................................................................................
DESCRIPTION OF CONTROL PANEL ............................................................
Basic controls ..................................................................................................................
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ................Page 5 GENERAL INFORMATION ................Page 6 Introduction ........................Page 6 Definitions........................Page 6 Typographical conventions ....................Page 6 Machine and Manufacturer's identification data .............. Page 6 Equipment identification ....................Page 7 B5.1 How to identify the technical data................ Page 7 B5.2 How to interpret the factory description...............
  • Page 2 COMMISSIONING .................... Page 18 Preliminary checks, adjustments and operational tests........... Page 18 H1.1 Electrical and plumbing checks ................Page 18 H1.2 Tank components positioning check..............Page 18 H1.2.1 Fitting of filters and overflow check ........... Page 18 Commissioning ........................ Page 18 Detergent/rinse aid dispensers and prearrangements ............
  • Page 3 INDEX OF FIGURES AND TABLES INDEX OF FIGURES Figure 1 Reproduction of the marking/data plate on the machine............ Page 6 Figure 2 Position of marking......................Page 7 Figure 3 Technical data identification ....................Page 7 Figure 4 Example of document identification data................Page 7 Figure 5 Recess dimensions ......................
  • Page 4: Asafety Instructions

    Foreword The instruction manual (hereinafter Manual) provides the operator with useful information for working correctly and safely, facilitating him in using the machine (hereinafter “machine”, “dishwasher” or “equipment”). The following must not be considered a long and exacting list of warnings, but rather a set of instructions suitable for improving machine performance in every respect and, above all, preventing injury to persons and animals and dam- age to property due to improper operating procedures.
  • Page 5: Bgeneral Information

    2.85 kW Customer the person who purchased the machine and/or who IPX4 manages and uses it (e.g. company, entrepreneur, firm). Electrolux Professional spa - Viale Treviso, 15 - 33170 Pordenone (Italy) Figure 1 Reproduction of the marking/data plate on the machine.
  • Page 6: B5 Equipment Identification

    Nominal 2.85 kW (1) Brand N = To brand. IPX4 Electrolux Professional spa - Viale Treviso, 15 - 33170 Pordenone (Italy) (2) Machine type UC = Under Counter (3).. (8) 1 = Single phase, DD = Detergent pump + drain...
  • Page 7: Personal Protection Equipment

    Electrolux Professional S.p.A. declines any liability for any inaccuracies contained in the manual, if due to printing or translation errors. Any supplements to the instruction manual the Cus-...
  • Page 8: Cgeneral Description Of Machine

    Systems for scraping and wetting the dishes (e.g. manual prewash spray) and areas for sorting and arranging them in the racks must be provided for ahead of the dishwasher. TECHNICAL DATA Main technical characteristics MODEL NUC1DDRUKP Power supply voltage: 220-240V 1N Frequency Max. power input 2.35...
  • Page 9 ATTENTION! For protection against indirect contacts (depending on the type of supply foreseen and the con- nection of the masses to the equipotential protection circuit) refer to par. 6.3.3 of EN 60204-1 (IEC 60204-1) with the use of protection devices that ensure automatic disconnection of the power supply in the event of an insulation fault in TN or TT systems, or, for IT systems, the use of isolation controllers or differential current protection devices to start automatic disconnection of the power supply (except when a safety device is provided to disconnect the power in case of a...
  • Page 10: Etransport, Handling And Storage

    TRANSPORT, HANDLING AND STORAGE Introduction • handle the machine, keeping it at minimum height from the ground. Transport (i.e. transfer of the machine from one place to another) and handling (i.e. transfer inside work- ATTENTION! places) must occur with the use of special and ade- For machine lifting and quate means.
  • Page 11: Installation And Assembly

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY If the machine is installed on a special support ATTENTION! (e.g. work surface), make sure the support is firmly Machine installation operations secured to the floor. In this case, proceed as follows: 1. Lay the machine gently on a side. must only be carried out by 2.
  • Page 12: F3 Positioning

    Positioning The machine must be taken to the place of installation and the packing base removed only when being installed. Arranging the machine: • Wear protective gloves and unpack the machine (Figure 8). Figure 11 Feet adjustment Disposal of packaging All the packing materials are environmentally friendly.
  • Page 13: F5.1 Plumbing Circuits

    • Make sure the dynamic pressure of the water sup- ply, measured upstream of the equipment, is between 50 and 700 kPa (the tests must be car- ried out while the dishwasher is filling water in the tank and/or booster). If the pressure is higher, install a suitable pres- sure reducer ahead of the machine.
  • Page 14: F5.2 Installation Diagram

    F5.2 Installation diagram The following installation diagram gives the machine's overall dimensions and the position of the water and electrical connections. With drain pump Legend WI - Water inlet 3/4” G D - Drain outlet • Discharge pipe int. diameter: - 40 mm for model with gravity discharge - 20 mm for model with drain pump EI - Power supply entry...
  • Page 15: F6 Electrical Connections

    Electrical connections ATTENTION! Work on the electrical systems must only be carried out by a qualified electrician. • Connection to the power supply must be carried out in compliance with the regulations and provisions in force in the country of use. •...
  • Page 16: Gdescription Of Control Panel

    DESCRIPTION OF CONTROL PANEL Legend A = On/Off D = “Tank temperature” indicator = Wash cycle 1 C = Drain / self-cleaning cycle E = “Booster temperature” H = Wash cycle 2 K = Display indicator The temperature shown on the display refers to the tank if indicator “D” is lit up, or the booster if indicator “E” is lit up.
  • Page 17: Commissioning

    COMMISSIONING Preliminary checks, adjustments and operational tests ATTENTION! These operations must only be carried out by specialized technicians provided with adequate personal protection equipment (e.g. safety foot- wear, gloves, glasses, etc.), tools and ancillary means. Figure 15 Flat filters H1.1 Electrical and plumbing checks H1.2.2 Arm fitting check...
  • Page 18: H3.1 Electrical Prearrangement Only For External Automatic Dispensers

    1. Dishwasher with incorporated liquid detergent adjustment”). dispenser (Figure 17). The pump “R” delivers about 0.9 g/s of detergent. At the first water filling of the day it delivers approx. 44 g in 45 s, to obtain a concentration of 2 g/l. At each cycle the pump “R”...
  • Page 19 Display of programming mode: Notes for external dispensers:  the detergent dispenser works during wash pump operation; at the same time, terminals 7-9 of the main terminal board will be powered.  the detergent dispenser works during filling solenoid valve operation to restore the booster level;...
  • Page 20: General Safety Rules

    GENERAL SAFETY RULES Introduction ATTENTION! The machines are provided with electric and/or Do not remove, tamper with or make the mechanical safety devices for protecting workers and labels on the machine illegible. the machine itself. Therefore the user must not remove or tamper with such devices.
  • Page 21: I4 Foreseeable Improper Use

    To preserve these conditions, corridors and areas ATTENTION! around the machine must always be: Before carrying out any opera- • kept free of obstacles (e.g. ladders, tools, contain- tion on the machine, always ers, boxes, etc.); • clean and dry; consult manual, which...
  • Page 22: Normal Machine Use

    Press the On/Off button (“A” - Table 2 “Control Duration of standard cycle with supply water at 50°C. panel”). Model NUC1DDRUKP 120 sec 180 sec A device lengthens the cycle duration if the water in the booster has not reached the minimum temperature for doing the rinse properly.
  • Page 23: J6 Operation

    Operation • At the end of the wash, a series of beeps will sound and “END” will flash on the display. The filling and heating phase stops when the display shows the tank temperature: 55°C 55°C Open the door and remove the rack with the clean dishes.
  • Page 24: J7 Alarms

    • BLUE rack for glasses: glasses should be placed In order to reduce the environmental impact of pollut- upside down. ants it is advisable to clean the appliance (externally and, where necessary, internally) with products that are more than 90% biodegradable. ATTENTION! Do not use steel wool or similar material to clean stainless steel surfaces.
  • Page 25: J8.2 Cleaning Exterior Surfaces

    • After a few minutes, 3 beeps indicate the end of the cleaning cycle and “END” flashes on the display: • Switch off the dishwasher by pressing the button “A” (Table 2). Figure 27 Refit rinse arms Upon completion of cleaning operations, replace the parts removed previously.
  • Page 26: J10 Maintenance

    Maintenance Troubleshooting The inspection and maintenance intervals depend on THE DISHWASHER DOES NOT SWITCH ON the actual machine operating conditions (total wash 1. Make sure the socket is powered. hours) and ambient conditions (presence of dust, 2. Make sure the plug is properly inserted in the power damp, etc.), therefore precise time intervals cannot be socket.

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