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Service manual
Compass Control
Tumble dryers
T4130, T4190
487 05 40 81/EN
08.36

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  • Page 1 Service manual Compass Control Tumble dryers T4130, T4190 487 05 40 81/EN 08.36...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Safety rules ..........5 Description .
  • Page 5: Safety Rules

    Safety rules Safety rules Programming is only to be carried out by qualifi ed personnel. High voltage on the printed circuit board. IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTE! Continuity and resistance measurements suggested by the procedures in this manual require that power to the dryer be disconnected, and that the device whose resistance is being measured be disconnected from all circuits that might affect the accuracy of the measurement.
  • Page 7: Description

    On Premises Laundry - Institutional laundries. Printed Circuit Board. Residual Moisture Control - The tumble dryer has residual moisture control. Central Payment Coin Meter Double Coin Meter Single CMSNCB Coin Meter No Coin Box Electrolux Single System Prepared for Card Reader...
  • Page 8: Versions

    Description Versions Software version The software version is only readable in menu 1-3-1, see section "Program Unit" If the software has been upgraded a label has been affi xed. Hardware version The hardware data is printed on a label, see fi g. 1. The label is affi...
  • Page 9: Connector Numbers

    Description Connector numbers In the error analyses in the section "Troubleshooting" later in this manual connections P1-P23 are mentioned. The P-numbers are printed on the print board. The usage of the connections appears from the wiring diagrams supplied with the dryer. The positionings of P1-P23 are shown on the following page.
  • Page 10 Description View 1 See view 1 View 2...
  • Page 11: Usage Of The Connections

    Description Usage of the connections It is possible to connect following features to the PCB. Motor control Vacuum and fan input Power on Power out Heat control Els-Network Els-Network 18V AC out 18v AC in P10 RMC RS 232 - internal use (incl. 24V DC) P12 RS 232 - programme P13 Data bus (incl.
  • Page 13: Program Unit

    Program unit Menu tree The machine software is constructed with menus that are structured according to the menu tree below. The menus HEAT become available when the machine is in service mode, DIRECTION see section "Engaging service mode". EXT. SIGNAL DRUM SERVICE DOOR CLOSED...
  • Page 14: Engaging Service Mode

    Program unit Engaging service mode Service mode is engaged using the service switch on the CPU board under the top cover on the front of the machine. Press the service button. Fig. The machine software will now switch to its service mode.
  • Page 15 Program unit Special modes for PCB SELECTA MODE SELECTA CO N TRO L There is a possibility that the CPU board is programmed to use the Selecta display. Selecta mode: The Compass display is lit and the Fig. Selecta display shows "0_ _". In order to engage Compass service mode keep pressing the service button when the power is turned on.
  • Page 16: Service

    Program unit Service The service program is used to facilitate trouble- shooting the machine. Using this programe it is MAIN MENU possible to: MENU 1 • control the machine functions individually SERVICE PARAMETER PROGR. STATISTICS • control the sensor signals to the CPU board CONFIG 1 CONFIG 2 •...
  • Page 17 Program unit ACTIVATE OUTPUTS Select the row ACTIVATE OUTPUTS and press Fig. the knob. SERVICE MENU 1-1 The display now shows the functions (outputs) which can be activated: ACTIVATE OUTPUTS SHOW INPUTS • HEAT ARTICLE NUMBER SHOW COM. PORTS • DIRECTION STATUS I/O BOARD •...
  • Page 18 Program unit SHOW INPUTS Select the row SHOW INPUTS and press the Fig. knob. SERVICE MENU 1-2 The display now shows the sensor signals Fig. SHOW INPUTS (inputs) which can be controlled: ARTICLE NUMBER • DOOR CLOSED SHOW COM. PORTS STATUS I/O BOARD •...
  • Page 19 Program unit ARTICLE NUMBER Select the row ARTICLE NUMBER and press the Fig. knob. SERVICE MENU 1-3 The display now shows a list of which article numbers and versions can be displayed (see ARTICLE NUMBER SHOW COM. PORTS below): STATUS I/O BOARD DISPLAY TEST EXIT SOFTWARE VERSION...
  • Page 20 Program unit SHOW COM. PORTS Select the row SHOW COM. PORTS and press Fig. the knob. SERVICE MENU 1-4 The display now shows the status for SHOW COM. PORTS communication according to the current protocol. STATUS I/O BOARD DISPLAY TEST EXIT STATUS I/O BOARD 6204...
  • Page 21 Program unit DISPLAY TEST Select the row DISPLAY TEST and press the Fig. knob. SERVICE The display shows a checked grid for checking Fig. MENU 1-6 that all segments in the display are intact. By DISPLAY TEST turning the knob two different grids are shown. EXIT Press the knob to return to the previous menu.
  • Page 22: Config 1

    Program unit CONFIG 1 In the menu CONFIG 1 all the functions as well MAIN MENU as parameters which the service personnel can MENU 4 change without a password are shown. CONFIG 1 CONFIG 2 Engage the service mode on the machine. COIN VALUE QUICK START BUTTONS Select the row CONFIG 1 in the main menu and...
  • Page 23 Program unit USER INTERFACE Select the row USER INTERFACE and press the Fig. knob. CONFIG 1 MENU 4-1 The display shows the accessible functions/ Fig. parameters regarding the user interface - the USER INTERFACE SHOW COUNTER default values are listed to the right: LANGUAGE •...
  • Page 24 Program unit BUTTON CLICK Select whether the machine should give a sound for each new position when the knob is turned and pressed in. ON = Sound OFF = No sound STANDBY VALUE Not yet in use STANDBY VALUE BLINKS Not yet in use FINAL BLINKS Not yet in use...
  • Page 25 Program unit SHOW TEMP Select if the current drying temperature in the drum is to be shown in the display during the ongoing drying program. ON = The drying temperature is to be shown OFF = No drying temperature to be shown in the display DEFAULT TEMP Select the default drying temperature in the drum: 0 = No temperature...
  • Page 26 Program unit SHOW COUNTER Select the row SHOW COUNTER and press the Fig. knob. CONFIG 1 MENU 4-2 The display shows the accessible functions Fig. regarding which counters to be shown on the SHOW COUNTER LANGUAGE display - the default values are listed to the right: SPECIAL CONTROL •...
  • Page 27 Program unit LANGUAGE Select the row LANGUAGE and press the knob. Fig. The display shows the accessible functions/ CONFIG 1 MENU 4-3 parameters regarding language selection the Fig. default values are listed to the right: LANGUAGE SPECIAL CONTROL • DEFAULT LANGUAGE N/A * I/O ADDRESS EXIT...
  • Page 28 ACTIVATE I/O BOARD Activate the I/O board - it is very important to keep in mind that P13 and P14 can not be used as ordinary I/O, eg. condensate pump T4130. I/O BOARD 1-3 There is no value - press botton with above number on I/O board.
  • Page 29: Config 2

    Program unit CONFIG 2 In the menu CONFIG 2 all the functions as well as parameters which the service personnel can MAIN MENU MENU 5 only change using a password are shown. CONFIG 2 Engage the service mode on the machine COIN VALUE QUICK START BUTTONS Fig.
  • Page 30 Program unit CONFIG PCB Select the row CONFIG PCB and press the knob. Fig. The display shows the accessible functions/ CONFIG 2 MENU 5-1 parameters regarding the confi guration of the pcb Fig. module: CONFIG PCB TEMPERATURE • REVERSING ON/OFF* ROTATION MAXIMUM •...
  • Page 31 12 = T4290/4530/4650 Electric 13 = T4290/4530/4650 Gas 14 = T4290/4530/4650 Gas US/JP 15 = T4190 Electric (PD9) 16 = T4190 Gas (PD9 Gas) 17 = T4190 Gas USA (PD9 Gas US/JP) 18 = T4130 Exhaust 19 = T4130 Condensate 20 = ---...
  • Page 32 Program unit PAYMENT SETTING Select payment type - both no. and type is displayed as shown in the list below: 0 = --- 1 = 1 COIN NC 2 = 1 COIN NO 3 = 2 COIN NC 4 = 2 COIN NO 5 = CP TIME 6 = SINGLE SYSTEM 7 = CP COIN...
  • Page 33 EXIT 6204 INLET TEMPERATURE Select the inlet temperature, 80-180°C. However, all machines without inlet sensor = 0°C eg. T4130. HYSTERESIS Select the hysteresis on the outlet temperature, 1-10°C. AUTOSTOP Select the outlet temperature the dryer must reach before it stops and the clothes are dry,...
  • Page 34 Program unit ROTATION Select the row ROTATION and press the knob. Fig. The display shows the accessible parameters CONFIG 2 MENU 5-3 regarding the rotation - the default values are listed Fig. to the right: ROTATION MAXIMUM • CLOCKWISE RESET COUNTERS ELS NETWORK •...
  • Page 35 Program unit MAXIMUM Select the row MAXIMUM and press the knob. Fig. The display shows the accessible parameters CONFIG 2 MENU 5-4 regarding the maximum settings - the default Fig. values are listed to the right: MAXIMUM RESET COUNTERS • NUMBER OF PROGRAMS 0 - 9 * ELS NETWORK CONFIG 3...
  • Page 36 Program unit RESET COUNTERS Select the row RESET COUNTERS and press the Fig. knob. CONFIG 2 MENU 5-5 The display shows the accessible functions Fig. regarding resetting the counters: RESET COUNTERS ELS NETWORK • RESET SERVICE HOURS CONFIG 3 EXIT •...
  • Page 37 Program unit ELS NETWORK Select the row ELS NETWORK and press the Fig. knob. CONFIG 2 MENU 5-6 The display shows the accessible parameters Fig. regarding ELS network - the default values are ELS NETWORK CONFIG 3 listed to the right: EXIT •...
  • Page 38 Program unit (... continued) DRYER TYPE Select which type of machine the dryer is - this will be communicated to the computer: 1 = T4130 2 = T3190 3 = T3250 4 = T3350 5 = T3300/TD30•30 6 = T4290/TD30...
  • Page 39 Program unit CONFIG 3 Manufacturer use only.
  • Page 41: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting General The dryer is equipped with an automatic diagnostic system. An error in the program or in the machine is indicated on the display by an error message comprising an error code and a descriptive text. Whenever an error occurs, the dryer stops operating.
  • Page 42: Error Codes Overview

    Troubleshooting Error codes overview Error Description code E 01 Option Not in use. E 02 Option Not in use. E 03 Inlet air - Sensor has short-circuited The thermistor element measuring the air inlet temperature to the drum, or the wiring to the sensor has shorted. E 04 Outlet air - Sensor has short-circuited The thermistor element measuring the air outlet temperature from the drum, or the wiring to the sensor has shorted.
  • Page 43: Check List - Error Codes Related To Overheating

    Troubleshooting Check list - error codes related to overheating General note regarding error codes related to overheating: Before troubleshooting the electronic systems of the machine, examine the dryer to determine if the airflow is normal. Insufficient airflow due to over-filling the machine, lint-obstructed screens, air passages and ducts, or improper exhaust venting are all possible causes of various errors.
  • Page 44 Troubleshooting E 03 - Inlet air - Sensor has short-circuited Error description This error code indicates that the inlet air thermistor connected to the PCB or the harness from the PCB to the thermistor, has short circuited. A defective detection circuit in the PCB can also cause this error. The dryer stops operating.
  • Page 45 Troubleshooting E 04 - Outlet air - Sensor has short-circuited Error description This error code indicates that the outlet air thermistor, connected to the PCB, or the harness from the board to the thermistor, has short circuited. A defective PCB can also cause this error. The dryer stops operating.
  • Page 46 Troubleshooting E 05 - Fan motor - Overheating protection (motor 1) Only in machines with 2 motors Error description The thermal protection switch inside the fan motor is connected to the PCB. This error indicates that the thermal protection switch, or the harness between the board and the switch, has opened.
  • Page 47 Troubleshooting E 06 - Drum motor - Overheating protection (motor 2) Error description The thermal protection switch inside the drum motor is connected to the PCB. This error indicates that the thermal protection switch, or the harness between the board and the switch, has opened.
  • Page 48 Troubleshooting E 07 - Option Not in use!
  • Page 49 Troubleshooting E 08 - Inlet air/outlet air - Overheating thermostat Error description A normally-closed, manual-reset high limit thermostat measuring the inlet air temperature. The thermostat is connected in series with the overheating thermostat for outlet air on the PCB. This error indicates that one of the two thermostats, or the connecting harness has opened.
  • Page 50 Troubleshooting E 09 - Option Not in use!
  • Page 51 Troubleshooting E 10 - Programming errors - (Settings) Error description This error occurs when the parameter set-up is inconsistent. Note! When resetting the circuit board the user adjusted programs disappear and need reprogramming. The dryer stops operating. Error analysis 1. Enter the service program.
  • Page 52 Troubleshooting E 11 - Drying error with RMC Error description Error code E11 occurs if the RMC system does not register that the clothes are dry within 90 minutes (factory setting). The dryer stops automatically when the clothes have the chosen residual moisture. Error analysis Check the wiring 1.
  • Page 53 Troubleshooting E 12 - Drying error with Auto Stop system Error description Error code E12 occurs if the Auto Stop system does not register that the clothes are dry within 90 minutes (factory setting). Error analysis Has the heating been Go to step 2.
  • Page 54 Troubleshooting E 13 - Drying error, dryer connected to a payment system Error description Error code E13 occurs with Payment systems where the customer or system has requested a longer drying time than the allowed 90 minutes (factory setting on the dryer). Error code is not displayed but is registered in the error log.
  • Page 55 Troubleshooting E 14 - Gas error Error description When the ignition control fails to detect a flame, a signal is sent to the PCB, and error code E14 is displayed. The metal probe of the flame sensor generates an electrical current when exposed to the burner's flame.
  • Page 56 Troubleshooting E 14 - Gas error Gas resetting See on the preprevious page. Error analysis 1. Is there a Is the flame sensor Replace the short-lived placed in the flame / is ignition control. flame at the sensor's electrical the ignition connection okay? attempt? Go to step 2.
  • Page 57 Troubleshooting E 15 - Air pressure switch or vacuum switch Error description The air pressure switch or the vacuum switch does not shut within 12 seconds after the fan has started. Error analysis See check list. Correct airflow problem 1 Is the as appropriate.
  • Page 58 Troubleshooting E 16 - Air pressure switch or vacuum switch does not open Error description The error occurs if the vacuum switch / air pressure switch is already closed when an attempt to start the dryer is made. Error analysis 1.
  • Page 59 Troubleshooting E 17 - Input sensor disconnected Error description This error is displayed when the inlet PT100 sensor is disconnected. Error analysis 1. Defective Measure the resistance on Go to step 2. PT100 sensor/ thePT100 sensor between harness? P18-4 and P18-3 on PCB. Is the resistance 110 kΩ...
  • Page 60 Troubleshooting E 18 - Output sensor disconnected Error description This error is displayed when the outlet NTC sensor is disconnected. Error analysis Measure the resistance on 1. Defective NTC Go to step 2. the NTC sensor between sensor/harness? P18-5 and P18-6 on PCB. Is the resistance between Replace NTC sensor 4kΩ...
  • Page 61 Troubleshooting E 19 - Option Not in use!
  • Page 62 Troubleshooting E 20 - CMIS out of operation Error description This error is displayed if the dryer is put out of order in the CMIS program. Error analysis See separate manual.
  • Page 63 Troubleshooting E 21 - CMIS, polling error (warning) Error description This error is displayed if the dryer is connected in a CMIS system and the PC does not communicate with the dryer (no polling) within 10 sec (time out factory setting). The error is displayed the 10 first times the dryer is started and after this it will not reappear.
  • Page 64 Troubleshooting E 22 - LM10, polling error Error description This error is displayed if the dryer is connected in a LM10 system and the PC does not communicate with the dryer (no polling) within 90 sec (time out factory setting). The error can only be removed, if communiction is re-established.
  • Page 65 Troubleshooting E 23 - Option Not in use!
  • Page 66 Troubleshooting E 24 - Condensate container is full Error description Every time a program is started the pump will run for approx. 15 seconds in order to empty the container. Afterwards the pump will run every 5 minutes. This error is displayed if the pump has tried to empty the container whitout the level sensor having detected a level drop in the container.
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