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INTRODUCTION/GENERAL INSTRUCTION
GENERAL RULES OF SAFETY
The information below must be followed carefully in order to avoid injury to the operator, or
damage to the machine.
- Read the labels carefully on the machine, do not cover them for any reason and replace them
immediately if damaged.
- Do not mix different detergents to avoid the possible production of dangerous gasses.
- Do not place any liquid containers on the machine.
- The storage temperature should be between 25°c and 55°c.
- The operating temperature should be between 0°c and 40°c.
- Humidity should be between 30% and 95%.
- Do not use the machine in explosive atmospheres.
- Do not use the machine as means of transport.
- Do not use acid solutions which could damage the machine.
- Avoid operating the brushes when the machine is standing still, in order to prevent floor
damage.
- Do not pick up inflammable liquids with the squeegee.
- In case of fire, use a powder extinguisher. Do not use water.
- Avoid shelving or scaffolding, where there is danger of falling objects.
- Adapt the operational speed to the surface adhesion conditions.
- Do not allow the machine to tip sideways along a gradient greater than 2% in order to avoid
conditions of instability (2% max).
- Mark out the cleaning area with "WET FLOOR" warning signs, particularly in public areas.
- If the machine does not work properly, check by conducting simple maintenance procedures.
Otherwise, it is better to ask for technical service.
- Where spare parts are required contact ELECTROLUX EUROCLEAN or a local distributor for
genuine original parts, or ask for on site technical service.
- Remove the battery connector before carrying out any maintenance on the machine.
- Do not remove items which require the use of tools to be removed.
- Do not wash the machine with direct water jets or with high water pressure or with corrosive
detergents.
- Every 200 working hours have a machine maintenance check by a technical service
department.
- The machine should not be abandoned, because of the presence of toxic-harmful materials
(batteries, oil etc). This disposal must be subject to the regulations which provide for its
scrapping in appropriate centres.
The machine does not cause any harmful vibration.
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ERROR CODE MEANINGS
If the error code indicator flashes a problem
has arisen or is imminent. Read the code in
the display to recognise the problem and
decide what action is necessary.
CODICE
PROBLEM
ERRORE
300
High traction wheel brake temperature
301
Traction shut-off due to wheel brake
high temperature
302
Traction motor output transistor/s
faulty
303
High current in traction circuit
304
Traction output transistors = 85° C
305
Traction output transistors = 95° C
306
Traction output transistors = 105° C
(shut-off)
307
Faulty accelerator potentiometer
308
Broken accelerator potentiometer
cable
402
Brush motors output transistor/s faulty
403
High current in brush motor circuit
404
Brush motors output transistors = 85°C
405
Brush motors output transistors = 95°C
406
Brush motors output transistors = 85°C
(shut-off)
602
Brush motors output transistor/s faulty
700
24v supply missing
H
ERROR
CODE
P
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Check brake pad drag
-Ditto-
Check for motor fault before
replacing P.C.B.
Check overload in traction
-Ditto-
-Ditto-
-Ditto-
Replace potentiometer
Replace cable
Check for motor fault before
replacing P.C.B.
Check overload in brush motors
-Ditto-
-Ditto-
-Ditto-
Check for motor fault before
replacing P.C.B.
Check fuses
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