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Electrolux 534074 Instruction Manual

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Transport: Instructions for the carrier................................................................... Page
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Arrangement for water connection ...................................................................... Page
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    GENERAL INFORMATION ... Page Introduction ... Page Definitions... Page Typographical conventions ... Page Machine and Manufacturer’s identification data... Page Equipment identification ... Page Copyright ... Page Liability... Page Keeping the manual... Page Users of the manual ... Page GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF MACHINE ... Page General description ...
  • Page 2 Fitting curtains ...Page Installation of rack handling systems ...Page E10.1 Arrangement for mechanical connection ...Page E10.2 Arrangement for electrical connection ...Page E10.3 Positioning of emergency switches...Page E10.4 Emergency stop reinstatement ...Page DESCRIPTION OF CONTROL PANEL ...Page Basic controls ...Page Accessory function selection controls...Page STARTING...Page Preliminary checks, adjustments and operational tests ...Page G1.1...
  • Page 3 Figure 15 Handling electrical connection system ... Page Figure 16 Detail of electrical connection ... Page Figure 17 Examples of dishwasher and rack handling system couplings ... Page Figure 18 Prewash module tank filters ... Page Figure 19 Wash/rinse module tank filters ... Page Figure 20 Prewash ...
  • Page 4 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 damage to property due to improper operating procedures.
  • Page 5: Ageneral Information

    Manufacturer Electrolux Professional S.p.A. or any other assistance centre authorized by Electrolux Professional S.p.A.. Operator qualified for normal machine use an operator who has been informed, instructed and trained regarding the tasks and hazards involved in nor- mal machine use.
  • Page 6: A4 Machine And Manufacturer's Identification Data

    AC 208 V - 3ph 60 Hz 44.7 kW Min. Supply Ampacity: 67A Electrolux Professional SpA - Viale Treviso, 15 - 33170 Pordenone (Italy) Figure 1 Reproduction of the marking/dataplate on the machine. The dataplate gives the product identification and techni- cal data;...
  • Page 7: A6 Copyright

    Electrolux Professional S.p.A. declines any liability for possible inaccuracies contained in the manual, if due to printing or translation errors.
  • Page 8: Bgeneral Description Of Machine

    GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF MACHINE General description The rack-type dishwasher is suitable for washing dishes, glasses, cups, cutlery, trays, containers and receptacles in plastic and/or steel used for preparing, cooking and serving; as well as various cooking utensils in ceramic and/or metal.
  • Page 9: B2.1 Wash Zone

    The machine consists of the following zones: • wash zone • rinse zone and can be integrated with the following units: • prewash zone B2.1 Wash zone Water with the addition of detergent is sprayed on the dishes in the wash zone through an upper and lower wash arm system.
  • Page 10: Technical Data

    Main technical characteristics MODEL Power supply Power supply voltage Frequency Max. power. absorbed with boiler ( rise 56 °C / 100 °F) Max. power. absorbed with boiler ( rise 39 °C / 70 °F) Max. power. absorbed with boiler ( rise 22 °C / 40 °F) Max.
  • Page 11: C2 Characteristics Of Power Supply

    IMPORTANT! The dishwasher shall be installed in accordance with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, installed in accordance with the applicable requirements in the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, Canadian Electrical Code (CEC), Part 1, CSA C22.1, and Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire...
  • Page 12: Dtransport, Handling And Storage

    TRANSPORT, HANDLING AND STORAGE Introduction Transport (i.e. transfer of the machine from one place to another) and handling (i.e. transfer inside workplaces) must occur with the use of special equipment of ade- quate capacity. The machine can be transported by road, rail, sea or air. Except for transport by road, the machine is placed inside a container in which there are also other machines.
  • Page 13: D2 Handling

    Handling Arrange a suitable area with flat floor for machine unloading and storage operations. D2.1 Procedures for handling operations For correct and safe lifting operations: • use the type of equipment most suitable for charac- teristics and capacity (e.g. lift trucks or electric pallet truck);...
  • Page 14: Installation And Assembly

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY Customer responsibilities The Customer must provide for the following: installation of an adequate electrical power supply ahead of the machine, according to the equipment’s technical specifications (Table 1 and C2 “Character- istics of power supply”); the equipotential ground connection of the workplace electrical system to the metal structure of the machine by means of a copper cable of adequate section (see position “Q”...
  • Page 15: E6.1 Plumbing Circuits

    If the water hardness exceeds 14°fH/8°dH/10°cH, install a softener filter on the dishwasher inlet connection pip- ing to ensure efficient machine operation. IMPORTANT! Connect the prewash zone to the cold...
  • Page 16 Atmospheric plumbing circuit diagram, dishwashers - 44” ( with boiler ) LEGEND A = Hot water inlet (related to boiler rise) B = Hot water inlet 80-140F (26-60°C) C = Hot water inlet min 194°F (90°C) D = Cold water inlet M2 = Rinse pump M4 = Wash pump Atmospheric plumbing circuit diagram,...
  • Page 17: E6.2 Installation Diagrams

    Atmospheric plumbing circuit diagram, dishwashers - 66” ( with boiler ) LEGEND A = Hot water inlet (related to boiler rise) B = Hot water inlet 80-140F (26-60°C) C = Hot water inlet min 194°F (90°C) D = Cold water inlet M2 = Rinse pump M4 = Wash pump E6.2...
  • Page 18 Installation diagram - rack-type dishwasher, 44” left LEGEND Hot water inlet G 3/4” Cold water inlet G 3/4” Drain outlet G 1 1/2“ Power supply entry Equipotential screw Pipe inlet for detergents S1 Detergent probe arrangement...
  • Page 19 Installation diagram - rack-type dishwasher, 44” right LEGEND Hot water inlet G 3/4” Cold water inlet G 3/4” Drain outlet G 1 1/2“ Power supply entry Equipotential screw Pipe inlet for detergents S1 Detergent probe arrangement...
  • Page 20 Installation diagram - rack-type dishwasher, 66” left LEGEND Hot water inlet G 3/4” Cold water inlet G 3/4” Drain outlet G 1 1/2“ Power supply entry Equipotential screw Pipe inlet for detergents S1 Detergent probe arrangement...
  • Page 21 Installation diagram - rack-type dishwasher, 66” right LEGEND Hot water inlet G 3/4” Cold water inlet G 3/4” Drain outlet G 1 1/2“ Power supply entry Equipotential screw Pipe inlet for detergents S1 Detergent probe arrangement...
  • Page 22: Figure 9 Installation Diagram - Recommended Table Connection And Fabrication

    Figure 9 Installation diagram - Recommended table connection and fabrication...
  • Page 23: E7 Electrical Connections

    Electrical connections POWER CABLE (Boiler terminal board) POWER CABLE (Machine terminal board) - Configuration of the electrical box according to the supply water temperature - Figure 10 Electrical connections diagram ELECTRICAL BOX (BOILER) SUPPLY TERMINAL BOARD (BOILER) SUPPLY TERMINAL BOARD (MACHINE) POWER CABLES...
  • Page 24: E8 Installation Of Detergent/Rinse Aid Dispensers

    Connection to the power supply must be carried out in conformity with the current regulations and provisions in the country of use. IMPORTANT For supply connections, use suitable wires for at least 167°F (75°C). Use copper conductors only. IMPORTANT! Work on the electrical systems must only be carried out by a qualified electrician.
  • Page 25: E8.2 Arrangement For Electrical Connection

    E8.1.1 Detergent concentration measurement probe For positioning the detergent concentration measure- ment probe there is a hole “S1” (Ø 0.86’’ - 22 mm) closed with a plug (Figure 11) in the wash tank, as already indicated also in par. E6.2 “Installation dia- grams”.
  • Page 26: E9 Fitting Curtains

    Double long (1) Important: fasten the curtains with the flat part against the hook. Rack-type dishwasher - 44” Rack-type dishwasher - 66” Figure 14 Diagram of curtain positioning on compact machines Types of curtains on the machine...
  • Page 27: E10 Installation Of Rack Handling Systems

    ). E10.2 Arrangement for electrical connection The left and right side panels of the dishwasher have a connector “B” (Figure 15), closed with a plug “A” (Figure 15), to be used for carrying out the electrical con- nection of the rack handling systems.
  • Page 28: E10.4 Emergency Stop Reinstatement

    Figure 17 Examples of dishwasher and rack handling system couplings E10.4 Emergency stop reinstatement When an emergency switch is operated, restart the machine only after making sure that: the cause requiring operation of the emergency switch has been eliminated;...
  • Page 29: Fdescription Of Control Panel

    DESCRIPTION OF CONTROL PANEL The possible control panel configurations for compact rack-type dishwashers are as follows: Described below are all the single keys and functions present in the various control panel models listed above. Some functions are shared by all models of the range, whereas others are available only on several versions. Basic controls On/Off This key indicates the status of the equipment: on or off.
  • Page 30: Starting

    E9 “Fitting curtains”. Close the doors of the various machine modules only when all the parts previously described are correctly installed, then start the dishwasher. • Open the water supply cocks. •...
  • Page 31: General Safety Rules

    Do not remove, tamper with or make the labels on the machine illegible. CAUTION ref. A THIS DISHWASHER HAS MORE THAN ONE POWER-SUPPLY CONNECTION POINT. DISCONNECT ALL POWER SUPPLIES BEFORE SERVICING. MINIMUM WASH TEMPERATURE 160°F (71°C) MINIMUM PUMPED RINSE TEMPERATURE 180°F (82°C) ref.
  • Page 32: H2 Decommissioning

    A CAUTION THIS DISHWASHER HAS MORE THAN ONE POWER-SUPPLY CONNECTION POINT. DISCONNECT ALL POWER SUPPLIES BEFORE SERVICING. Decommissioning When the machine is no longer to be used, make it unusable by removing the feed wiring from the power supply and the water connections.
  • Page 33: H5 Residual Risks

    • failure to disconnect the power supply with the main switch in off position “O” at the end of the day; • lack of machine maintenance, cleaning and periodi- cal checks; • structural changes or modifications to the operating logic; •...
  • Page 34: Inormal Machine Use

    Press the On/Off key (“A” - Table 2). • The light of key "A" (Table 2) comes on indicating that the dishwasher is powered and is filling and heating water. During the entire filling and heating phase the display shows: FILL •...
  • Page 35: I3.2 Rack Jamming

    Clean and arrange the dirty dishes on the racks as indi- cated in par. I3.5 “Loading dishes on racks”. Insert a rack with dishes in the dishwasher infeed and allow the automatic feed system to take it to the various wash zones.
  • Page 36: I3.5 Loading Dishes On Racks

    I3.5 Loading dishes on racks The rack-type dishwasher is suitable for washing dishes, glasses, cups, cutlery, trays, containers and receptacles in plastic and/or steel used for preparing, cooking and serving; as well as a wide variety of ceramic and/or metal cooking utensils.
  • Page 37: I3.7 Door Open

    E10.4 “Emergency stop reinstatement”. I3.9 General alarm When the dishwasher has a general anomaly it emits an acoustic signal, the display shows: (Alarm) (“F” - Table 2) - alarm code (“G” - Table 2).
  • Page 38 For example: List of possible documented machine alarms: Wash/rinse zone alarms Code Description The Air Gap was not completely filled within the max. filling time. The pressure sensor on the Air Gap elec- tronic board does not work correctly. required temperature reached in the boiler within the max.
  • Page 39: I4 Machine Cleaning

    Completely empty the dishwasher tanks as indicated in par. I3.6 “Accessory functions”. • After draining the tanks, press the On/Off key (“A” - Table 2 “Control panel”) to switch off the dishwasher. • Disconnect the electrical service. • Close the water supply cocks.
  • Page 40: I6 Maintenance

    Troubleshooting THE DISHWASHER DOES NOT WASH PROPERLY 1. Check the suction filter and carefully clean it if dirty. 2. Make sure the wash jets are not clogged by solid residuals.