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Electrolux 506029 Handbook

Electrolux professional dishwasher handbook
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................Pag.
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GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS ..................................................................Pag.
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USER INSTRUCTIONS.....................................................................................Pag.
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TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................................................Pag.
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...Pag. GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS ...Pag. HANDLING ... Pag. UNPACKING ... Pag. DISPOSAL OF PACKING MATERIAL... Pag. TECHNICAL DATA... Pag. INSTALLATION AND START-UP INSTRUCTIONS ...Pag. WATER CONNECTION... Pag. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION ... Pag. WARNING MESSAGES DISPLAYED ON THE CONTROL PANEL ... Pag. DETERGENT/RINSE-AID DISPENSERS AND SETTINGS...
  • Page 2: Safety Instructions

    To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or injury when using your potwasher, please follow these basic pre- cautions including the following: • Read all instructions before using your potwasher. • This Manual does not cover every possible condition and situation that may occur. Use common sense and caution when installing, operating and maintaining this appliance.
  • Page 3: General Recommendations

    GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS WARNING CAREFULLY READ THE INSTALLATION OPERA- TING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE INSTALLING THIS APPLIANCE. INSTALLATION, ADAPTATIONS OR ALTERNATIONS COULD CAUSE DAMAGE TO PROPERTY OR PER- SONAL INJURY. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS, ABUSE RESULTING IN DAMAGE AND IMPROPER INSTALLATION WILL VOID WAR- RANTY AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE MANUFAC- TURER.
  • Page 4: B3 Disposal Of Packing Material

    DISPOSAL OF PACKING MATERIAL All the packaging materials are environmentally safe and friendly. They maybe kept without fear or danger. They may be recycled or burned in a special waste incinera- tion plant. Recyclable plastic components are marked as follows: polyethylene external wrapping film, instruction bag.
  • Page 5: B4 Technical Data

    TECHNICAL DATA MODEL Supply voltage: Total Watts Boiler heating elements Tank heating elements Water supply pressure Water supply temperature Water supply hardness Rinse cycle water consumption Boiler capacity Tank capacity Standard cycle time with water supply 122°F/50°C Legal noise level Leq Minimum Supply - Circuit Ampacity Net weight Shipping weight...
  • Page 6 Figure 4 Installation diagram PW1M Legend Figure 4 A - Water inlet pipe with 3/4”dia/19mm fittings C - Outlet pipe 1 5/8” ID /40 mm (^) –11/16” ID /18 mm (*). - Power supply S - Detergent connection Q - Equipotential (Ground) screw (^) - Only for model with free-fall drainage (*) - Only for model with drain pump...
  • Page 7 Figure 5 Installation diagram PW1MH Legend Figure 5 A - Water inlet pipe with 3/4”dia/19mm fittings C - Outlet pipe 1 5/8” ID /40 mm (^) –11/16” ID /18 mm (*). - Power supply S - Detergent connection Q - Equipotential (Ground) screw (^) - Only for model with free-fall drainage (*) - Only for model with drain pump...
  • Page 8 Figure 6 Installation diagram PW2M Legend Figure 6 A - Water inlet pipe with 3/4”dia/19mm fittings C - Outlet pipe 1 5/8” ID /40 mm (^) –11/16” ID /18 mm (*). - Power supply S - Detergent connection Q - Equipotential (Ground) screw (^) - Only for model with free-fall drainage (*) - Only for model with drain pump...
  • Page 9: Cinstallation And Start-Up Instructions

    Make sure drain hose does not kink, pinch or twist, resulting in a water flow restriction. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION Model PW1M PNC 9CGX 506029 05 Ser.N .123000001 AC 400V 3N 50Hz Power Boiler 10500w Power Tank...
  • Page 10: C3 Warning Messages Displayed On The Control Panel

    The ground wire must have a cross section of AWG 6/13,3 mm . Do not use the wiring conduit or other piping for ground connections. If necessary, have the electrician supply the ground wire. WARNING Before servicing unit switch off power at the main circuit breaker and place a red tag on the breaker to indicate work is being done on that circuit.
  • Page 11: C5 Setting The Dispensers

    If necessary, repeat this operation several times. DETERGENT DISPENSER RINSE-AID DISPENSER SETTING THE DISPENSERS All operations should be carried out with the appliance switched on, the door open and no cycle selected. LEGEND Increase Decrease Confirm or select next parameter SEQUENTIAL START Press the indicated buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds:...
  • Page 12 Setting the activation time: Exit from programming mode: Notes for external dispensers: dEt=181 the detergent dispenser only oper- ates during wash pump operation; terminals 7 and 9 of the main terminal box are powered at the same time. dEt=182 the detergent dispenser only oper- ates during filling electrovalve operation for restor- ing the boiler level;...
  • Page 13: User Instructions

    Our appliances have been studied and optimized to give the highest performance. This appliance must be used exclusi- vely for the purpose for which it has been designed, i.e. for washing pans with water and specific detergents. Any other use will be considered “improper use” and will void the warranty and manufacturer liability. This appliance will not carry out the rinse cycle should there be no supply water;...
  • Page 14: D2 Wash Cycles

    If the door is opened during this stage the message "CLOSE" will scroll on the display: The filling and heating stage has finished when the display shows the tank temperature: To display the boiler temperature during heating of the tank, open the door and press “J” button (Figure 12). Supplied racks •...
  • Page 15 CAUTION: Do not allow handles to protrude through bottom of rack, they may block wash and rinse arms rotation (Figure 15). Figure 15 Increase / decrease the wash force To wash lightweight pots and pans: unscrew the wing nut “X” (Figure 16); push the relief valve “Y”...
  • Page 16: D4 End Of Work And Daily Cleaning

    END OF WORK AND DAILY CLEANING The appliance is designed to carry out an automatic cleaning cycle to help flush out any residues and to guarantee greater health and hygiene: • Open the door and take out the rack containing the clean pans.
  • Page 17: D5 Maintenance

    Cleaning the pump filter • Remove the pump filter “M” and clean any food trap- ped in filter. Figure 21 Clean the tank • Open the door for access to the tank (Figure 22): lift the lever “S” and pull the door outwards; gently lower the door.
  • Page 18 Close the door and select the drain cycle by pressing the “B” button (Figure 12). The message “CLE” ("CLEAN") will be displayed throu- ghout the drain cycle. After a few minutes, 3 beeps indicate the end of the cle- aning cycle and “END” blinks on the display: At the end of drain cycle, Open the door, replace the tank filters “C”-”D”-”E”, the overflow “W”...
  • Page 19 This message advises calling a qualified authorized ser- vice technician for a general check-up on of the state of the appliance. NOTICE: CONTACT YOUR AUTHORIZED SERVICE COMPANY PERFORM MAINTENACE REPAIRS. NOTICE: Using any parts other than genuine factory manufactured parts relieves the manufacturer of all war- ranty and liability.
  • Page 20: Troubleshooting

    POTWASHER DOES NOT WASH WELL EXCESSIVE FOAM IN THE TANK THE WASH OR RINSE ARMS TURN SLOWLY TROUBLESHOOTING 1. Check if the suction filter is dirty, if so clean it thoroughly. 2. Check if the wash jets are clogged by solid food particles. 3.

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