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Electrolux TT300 Operating And Installation Manual

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Operating and installation manual
TT300 – TT500 – TT750
487 1839 51/01
99.31

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  • Page 1 Operating and installation manual TT300 – TT500 – TT750 487 1839 51/01 99.31...
  • Page 3: Tumble Dryer

    Tumble dryer Gas dryers only WARNING: For your safety the information in this manual must be followed to minimise the risk of fire or explosion or to prevent property damage, personal injury or loss of life. Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapours and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Tumble dryer Contents: Instructions for use: ................7 Diagram of tumble dryer Operating panels Maintenance General installation:.................19 Reversing door. Setup Venting Error codes Running hours counter Installation electric, steam and gas heating: ........27 Dimension sketch Technical data Electric installation, function check, Fuse sizes, effects and voltages Instructions for steam installation Gas installation...
  • Page 7: Instructions For Use

    Instructions for use Diagram of tumble dryer Operating panel Door Drum Filter door 487 18 39 01 - 300/500/750 - GB...
  • Page 8 Instructions for use Manual operational Industrial laundry OPL (on-premises-laundry) A. Filter:Filter: when the lamp is lit, the filter must be cleaned Warning B. Display indicates drying time/time remaining If the gas flame is not ignited C. Operating lamp within 10 seconds after starting D.
  • Page 9 Instructions for use Manual operational Industrial laundry OPL (on-premises-laundry) Check that Load the filter is garments clean into the machine. Drying programme Select with heat: drying time: 15 - 35 Set the minutes timer to the desired Airing: Approximately 10 minutes time.
  • Page 10 Instructions for use Manual operation with RMC (residual moisture control) Industrial laundry OPL (on-premises-laundry) Warning A. Filter: When the lamp is lit, the filter must be cleaned. B. Display indicates program: P1, P2, P3 – or in time If the gas flame is not ignited control version: drying time/time remaining within 10 seconds after starting the tumble dryer the gas con-...
  • Page 11 Instructions for use Manual operation with RMC (residual moisture control) Industrial laundry OPL (on-premises-laundry) Check that Load the filter is garments clean into the machine. Extra dry Select the program: P1, P2, P3 Ready-to-put-away timer, from Ironing-dry 15 to 90 minutes Time control, in minutes, (15–90).
  • Page 12 Instructions for use Coin operation A. Display indicates drying time/time remaining B. Filter: when the lamp is lit, the filter must be cleaned C. Lamps: lit to indicate selected temperature D. Temperature E. Coin insertion (one ore double insertion) F. Operating lamp G.
  • Page 13 Instructions for use Coin operation Load garments into the machine. 85°C High: 70 - 85°C non-iron/normal wash, Select cotton and mixed fabrics. temperature 70°C Drying at normal heat. Low: 50°C Fine wash/mild wash, 50°C Delicate fabrics. Drying at low heat. No heat: suitable for airing bedspreads, duvets and bedclothes, etc.
  • Page 14 Instructions for use Machine controlled by a central control panel (CP) A. Filter: When the lamp is lit, the filter must be cleaned. B. Not active on machines controlled by a central control panel. C. Operating lamp/indicator: Ready to start. D.
  • Page 15 Instructions for use Machine controlled by a central control panel (CP) Load garments into the machine. High: 70 - 85°C non-iron/normal wash, 85°C Select cotton and mixed fabrics. tempe- 70°C Drying at normal heat. rature Low: 50°C Fine wash/mild wash, 50°C Delicate fabrics.
  • Page 16 Instructions for use Maintenance The following should be carried out at regular intervals, depending on the operating frequency. Daily • Check that the drum stops when the door is opened. • Check that the machine does not start until the start button has been activated.
  • Page 17: Maintenance

    Instructions for use Maintenance continued Annually • Check that the fresh-air intake to the room and evacuation ducts/pipes in and from the room is not clogged by lint or dust or otherwise blocked. Carry out cleaning/cleansing at a frequency that depends on the operating load - once a year as a minimum.
  • Page 18 Instructions for use 487 18 39 01 - 300/500/750 - GB...
  • Page 19: General Installation

    General installation Reversing door The tumble dryer is usually delivered with a right hinged door but the door can easily be changed to left hinged position. Reversing Disconnect the power supply to the machine. Unscrew the door and the front panel. Move the microswitch and the wires to the opposite side.
  • Page 20 General installation Setup 750/75/650 Unpacking When unpacking the machine, handle it with care. There are no transport clamps. The tumble dryer is fastened to the pallet by four screws. Remove the two front screws by opening the filter panel. Remove the two back screws by unscrewing and removing the bottom back-plate.
  • Page 21 General installation Tumble dryer evacuation system Fresh- air If the machine is to work at its best and with the shortest possible drying time, it is important to ensure that fresh air is able to enter the room from the outside in the same volume as that blown out of the room.
  • Page 22 General installation Tumble dryer evacuation system Evacuation system for installation of several machines with a shared evacuation pipe When installing several machines on a shared evacuation pipe, increase the area of the pipe with each additional machine so that each machine will be working at the same air resis- tance.
  • Page 23 General installation Tumble dryer evacuation system Air evacuation pipe/duct It is recommended to connect each machine to a separate, smooth air evacuation pipe with the lowest possible air resistance. The pipe must lead into the outdoors, where lint and steam will not be a hazard.
  • Page 24: Error Codes

    General installation Error codes These machines feature automatic fault reporting, displayed in the form of flashing error codes. F1 = Setting of machine type and variety is missing. “F1” is shown while the print board is being changed or if the power is connected to the machine while the service program is active.
  • Page 25: Running Hours Counter

    General installation Running hours counter The machine is equipped with a running hour counter to track all the complete hours that the machine has been in operation. The running hours read-out (a 6-digit number) is given in the display. Running hours are shown each time the power is connected to the machine.
  • Page 26 General installation 487 18 39 01 - 300/500/750 - GB...
  • Page 27: Installation Electric, Steam And Gas Heating

    Installation - electric, steam and gas heating Dimension sketch Electric- and gas Steam heating heating Ø 200 Ø 200 300/30 1120 1880 1610 500/50 1180 1995 1725 750/75/650 1370 1995 1725 300/30 1810 1380 500/50 2120 1510 750/75/650 2300 1510 300/30 500/50 - 750/75/650 Ø...
  • Page 28 Installation - electric, steam and gas heating Technical data, type 300/30 Heating Electric Steam Drum volume: 286 litres 286 litres 286 litres Weight: 220 kg 220 kg 220 kg 485 lb 485 lb 485 lb Drum: Diameter 680 mm 680 mm 680 mm Depth 790 mm...
  • Page 29 Installation - electric, steam and gas heating Technical data, type 500/50 Heating Electric Steam Drum volume: 528 litres 528 litres 528 litres Weight: 355 kg 355 kg 332 kg 783 lb 783 lb 732 lb Drum: Diameter 913 mm 913 mm 913 mm Depth 812 mm...
  • Page 30: Technical Data

    Installation - electric, steam and gas heating Technical data, type 750/75/650 Heating Electric Steam Drum volume: 650 litres 650 litres 650 litres Weight: 350 kg 355 kg 345 kg 772 lb 783 lb 760 lb Drum: Diameter 913 mm 913 mm 913 mm Depth 998 mm...
  • Page 31 Installation - electric, steam and gas heating Electric installation 300/30 - 500/50 To be carried out by qualified personnel The tumble dryer must be given a fuse group of its own. Connecting the cable: Remove the top plate at the back of the tumble dryer to connect the cable through cable glands A L3 L2 L1 N to terminal strip (C).
  • Page 32 Installation - electric, steam and gas heating Electric installation 750/75/650 To be carried out by qualified personnel The tumble dryer must be given a fuse group of its own. Connecting the cable: Remove the top plate at the back of the tumble dryer to connect the cable through cable glands A to locking power switch clamp B or to terminal L3 L2 L1 N...
  • Page 33 Installation - electric, steam and gas heating Electric installation Function check Check that the drum is empty and the door has been closed. Start the machine. Check that the safety lock is working: The drum, ventilator and heat must stop if the front door is opened as much as 50 mm.
  • Page 34: Fuse Sizes, Effects And Voltages

    Installation - electric, steam and gas heating Electric installation - type 300/30 Electric heating , fuse sizes, effects and voltages Voltage Heat and Fuse Cable motor effect heating 400V 3NAC 50/60 Hz 13.5 kW motor 1.5 kW heating 400-440V 3AC 50/60 Hz 13.5 kW motor 1.5 kW...
  • Page 35 Installation - electric, steam and gas heating Electric installation - type 500/50 Electric heating , fuse sizes, effects and voltages Voltage Heat and Fuse Cable motor effect heating 400V *3NAC 50/60 Hz 24.0 kW motor 2.0 kW heating 400-440V 3AC 50/60 Hz 24.0 kW motor 2.0 kW...
  • Page 36 Installation - electric, steam and gas heating Electric installation Within the EU and EEA - type 750/75/650 Electric heating , fuse sizes, effects and voltages Fuse Voltage Total Only one output cable for heat- 400V 3NAC 50/60 Hz 31.3 kW ing and motor 400-440V 3AC 50/60 Hz...
  • Page 37 Installation - electric, steam and gas heating Electric installation Outside the EU and EEA - type 750/75/650 Electric heating , fuse sizes, effects and voltages Voltage Heat and Fuse Cable motor effect heating 400V 3NAC 50/60 Hz 30.0 kW motor 1.3 kW heating 400-440V...
  • Page 38 Installation - electric, steam and gas heating 487 18 39 01 - 300/500/750 - GB...
  • Page 39 Installation - steam heating Steam installation From the main steam pipe (flow) the steam is tapped through a service line at the top (A) (the tap-off point is at the top to prevent condensate in the steam). Bring the service line down to the same height (or slightly above) the top steam con- nection (B) of the steam batterir.
  • Page 40 Installation - steam heating Steam installation: Continued Since a steam hose (pressure hose) is used on the last section before the steam calorifier con- nection branch, it is important to ensure a contin- uous slope all the way, see fig. 2. The hose should not be allowed to sag, see fig.
  • Page 41: Gas Installation

    Installation - gas heating Gas installation To be carried out by qualified personnel Mount a shut-off valve prior to the machine. The gas connection to the machine should be dimensioned to an output of 21, 40 or 57 kW dependent upon the size of the machine. The machine is fitted with a general gas burner.
  • Page 42 Installation - gas heating Gas installation Test run Connect a manometer to the measuring branch (2). (See page regarding gas valves.) Select a program that uses heat. Start the machine. Check the nozzle pressure, see table. If necessary, adjust the setting screw (4) of the regu- lator under nipple (3).
  • Page 43 Installation - gas heating Gas installation Type 300/30, 500/50, 750/75/650 300/30 500/50 750/75 Gas valve 1. Nozzle 2. Measuring branch 3. Nipple 4. Adjusting screw 487 18 39 01 - 300/500/750 - GB...
  • Page 44 Installation - gas heating Gas installation Tables of pressure and adjustments only for english speaking countries except: Great Britan, Eire, Australia and New Zealand. Tumble Heat effect Gas type Gas pressure Ø Upper calorific type Nozzle pressure Inlet Nozzle value (Measuring branch) MJ/m3 mbar...
  • Page 45 Installation - gas heating 44.1 Gas installation Tables of pressure and adjustments only for: Australia and New Zealand. Heat effect Tumble Gas type Gas pressure Ø Upper calorific Nozzle pressure type Inlet Nozzle value (Measuring branch) MJ/m3 Propane 126.4 2.577 300/30 37.4 Propane...
  • Page 46 Installation - electric, steam and gas heating 44.2 487 18 39 01 - 300/500/750 - GB...
  • Page 47 Parameter programming The programming mode is used for chang- ing (programming) preset machine values At the factory, the tumble-dryer has been set to specific val- ues for: Time, temperature, cooling, reversing, etc. These values can be adjusted in the programming mode. The parameters shall always match to the specific dryer type.
  • Page 48: Parameter Programming

    Parameter programming Adjustable parameters: Machine type 01.-03. Temperature Temperature hysteresis Time interval Max. running time or “coin 2” Running time between reversals Cooling time 09.-11. Residual moisture levels 12.-14. Extra drying time Control panel function in Programming mode SP = Parameter Programming Clock button: Shift between different parameters...
  • Page 49 Parameter programming Change of machine type, continued The machine type can be changed by using the buttons to count up or down. Count down Count up Machine types and variants Machine type Manual control Manual Coin Central control of time panel 300/500/750/650 w/o reversing 11 / 51*...
  • Page 50 Parameter programming Parameter no. Value Required change: check by pressing can be set after two seconds Press the “count up/down” buttons. the clock button Temperature setting The highest temperature can be set to a value between 32°C-85°C. Temperature Factory setting = 85 program High The medium temperature can be set to a value...
  • Page 51 Parameter programming Parameter no. Value Required change: check by pressing can be set after two seconds Press the “count up/down” buttons. the clock button Cooling time -- -- Running time Can be set to a value without between 00 and 10 minutes. heat at end of Factory setting = 03 Cooling time...
  • Page 52 Parameter programming Residual moisture level Measurement principle 0% residual moisture Ready to put away Ironing dry Parameters 12 - 14 Extra drying time 0-20 minutes minutes Explanation of Y-axis (hexadecimals) The values for residual moisture are shown in the display in so- called hexadecimals - a series of numbers covering a total of 16 values for each digit (0,1,2,3,———9,A,B,C,D,E,F).
  • Page 53 Parameter programming Quick-view parameter list The following values are factory settings: Value/setting Parameter- number Man. Man. *Coin Time Machine types. 11/51 W/o rev. Standard and condensate versions. 31/71 W/ rev. Programme with high temperature. Programme with medium temperature. Low temperature Temperature hysteresis Time interval, running time per pulse (per coin or push)

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