Alliance Laundry Systems 602004144 User Manual

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Operating Instructions

Control Instructions

ECO

TMB2345N

Figure 3

LED OPL Control

EO Control Suffix

1.Press the Up () or Down () keypad to change cycles.

To customize a cycle, refer to the Programming Manual.

2.Press Start () to start selected cycle.

IMPORTANT: If the loading door or lint panel door is opened during the cycle, the heating system will shut off and the motor will stop. To restart the cycle, both doors must be closed and the

Start () pad must be pressed.

3.When the cycle is complete, open door and remove laundry.

NOTE: This machine includes an anti-wrinkle/extended tumble feature. After the drying cycle is complete, the cylinder will tumble without heat every few minutes. The intermittent tumbling will continue for one hour or until the door is opened. After an hour the machine enters delayed tumble and will tumble for two minutes every hour for up to 18 hours or until the door is opened.

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TMB2119N

Figure 4

Dual Digital Timer Control

QT Control Suffix

1.Select HIGH, MED, LOW or NO HEAT by turning the temperature knob.

HIGH temperature 190°F (87°C) MED temperature 170°F (77°C) LOW temperature 120°F (49°C)

NOTE: One touch drying is available for repetitive loads. If the START button is pressed while the machine is in Idle Mode, when the display is dark, the tumble dryer will repeat the last drying cycle. If the cycle time is adjusted before the cycle is started, the time displayed when the start button was pressed will be used for future cycles.

2.Set the HEAT TIME for the number of minutes (from 0-60)desired.

3.Set the COOL DOWN TIME for the number of minutes (from 0-15)desired.

4.Press and release START button to start tumble dryer. Display will show minutes remaining before end of cycle.

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IMPORTANT: To stop the tumble dryer at any time during the cycle, OPEN DOOR. If the loading door or lint panel door is opened during the cycle, the heating system will shut off and the motor will stop. To restart the cycle, both doors must be closed and the START button must be pressed in.

If the load cools to 90°F before cool down time expires, the control will flash “Lr” (load ready) in the heat time display. If the door is not opened, the tumble dryer completes the selected cool down time. If the door is opened after reaching “Lr” temperature, the cycle will be terminated.

NOTE: If display show an error code, refer to

Error Codes section.

5.When the cycle is complete, open door and remove the laundry. Anti-wrinklefeature will tumble the load without heat for 30 seconds every 2 minutes for 1 hour OR until the loading door is opened.

Operating Instructions

NOTE: This machine includes an anti-wrinkle/extended tumble feature. After the drying cycle is complete, the cylinder will tumble without heat every few minutes. The intermittent tumbling will continue for one hour or until the door is opened.

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Error Codes

WARNING

To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:

Disconnect electric power to the tumble dryer before servicing.

Close gas shut-offvalve to gas tumble dryer before servicing.

Close steam valve to steam tumble dryer before servicing.

Never start the tumble dryer with any guards/panels removed.

Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be reconnected to ensure that the tumble dryer is properly grounded.

W002R1

Display

Definition

Corrective Action

 

Open thermistor error

• Check thermistor. Replace if inoperative.

OP

 

• Check wiring diagram between control and thermistor.

 

Refer to wiring diagram for proper wiring.

 

 

• Check control. Replace if inoperative.

 

 

 

 

Shorted thermistor error

• Check thermistor. Replace if inoperative.

SH

 

• Check wiring between control and thermistor. Refer to

 

wiring diagram for proper wiring.

 

 

• Check control. Replace if inoperative.

 

 

 

AF - 1

Airflow switch closed when cycle

• Check airflow switch. Replace if inoperative.

started

 

 

 

 

 

 

AF - 2

Airflow switch failed to close after cycle

• Check airflow switch. Replace if inoperative.

started

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bouncing Airflow Switch

• Check airflow switch to ensure that it is properly

 

 

aligned and securely mounted in the mounting bracket.

 

 

• Make sure airflow switch can open and close freely.

AF

 

• Check installation and make sure there is adequate

 

airflow.

(Flashing)

 

 

• Make sure exhaust is not blocked.

 

 

 

 

• Clean the lint screen.

 

 

• Replace airflow switch if inoperative.

 

 

 

AF

Airflow Switch Closed when Resuming

• Allow up to 20 seconds for this condition to clear.

Cycle

• Check if airflow switch opens at end of cycle.

(Solid)

 

• Replace airflow switch if inoperative.

 

 

 

 

 

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Operating Instructions

25C

TMB2120N

Figure 5

Single Drop Control

SD and SX Control Suffixes

1.Select HIGH, MED, LOW or NO HEAT by turning the temperature knob.

HIGH temperature 190°F (87°C) MED temperature 160°F (71°C) LOW temperature 130°F (54°C)

2.Insert the coin(s) in the coin slot.

3.Press START button to start tumble dryer.

IMPORTANT: To stop the tumble dryer at any time during the cycle, OPEN DOOR. To restart the tumble dryer, CLOSE door and press START button.

NOTE: If display show an error code, refer to

Error Codes section.

4.When the cycle is complete, open door and remove the laundry.

NOTE: This machine includes an extended tumble feature. Starting 20 minutes after a cycle ends, the cylinder will tumble for two minutes every hour without heat, up to 18 hours or until door is opened.

Preliminary Control Information Power-UpMode

When power is applied to the tumble dryer the control will enter Ready Mode, unless a cycle was in process prior to a disruption of power. If a power disruption is less than 5 seconds, with a cycle in process, the control will enter Run Mode once power is restored and continue the cycle. If a power disruption is more than 5 seconds, with a cycle in process, the control will enter Start Mode once power is restored.

If the dry time dipswitch settings have not changed from the factory default, the IN USE LED will flash two to five times, depending on model.

Ready Mode

In Ready Mode, the control waits for the vend to be satisfied before entering Start Mode.

Start Mode

In Start Mode, the vend has been satisfied, but the Start button has not been pressed. The IN USE LED will be lit. The timer will not count down until the Start button is pressed.

Run Mode

In Run Mode, the control is running a cycle. The IN USE LED is lit.

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Door Open Mode

In Door Open Mode, the control turns off the heater and motor when the door is opened during a run cycle. The timer will continue to count down time and the IN USE LED is lit.

End of Cycle Mode

In End of Cycle Mode, a cycle is complete and the IN USE LED is off. The control remains in this mode until the door is opened or additional vend has been satisfied

Topoffs

Any time the control receives a coin drop pulse during a cycle it will add the programmed dry time to the time currently remaining in the cycle. The maximum cycle time is 99 minutes, the control will not add time beyond 99 minutes. The cool down time will not change.

NOTE: To change dipswitch settings refer to

Installation Manual.

To Program a Short Test Cycle:

1.Unplug machine power cord.

2.Write down machine control dip switch settings, then set them all to the off position. Refer to

Figure 6.

3.Plug machine in and start a cycle.

NOTE: With all control dip switches off, the total cycle time will be 2 minutes long (1 minute of heat and 1 minute of cool down).

4.Once all testing is complete, unplug machine and re-setdip switches to their original settings.

5.Plug machine in.

If the control receives a coin drop pulse during cool down the IN USE LED will flash briefly to indicate the coin input, the machine will exit cool down and it will start heating. The cycle time will be equal to the programmed dry time

Temperature Selector Switch

For five minutes after the control is powered up, there is a diagnostic feature that allows the temperature selector switches to be tested.

When the temperature selector is changed, the new setting is displayed by flashing the IN USE LED as follows:

High/Normal: 4 flashes Medium/PP: 3 flashes Low/Delicate: 2 flashes No Heat: 1 flash

Error Codes

O 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

N

12345678

TMB2216N

Figure 6

WARNING

To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:

Disconnect electric power to the tumble dryer before servicing.

Close gas shut-offvalve to gas tumble dryer before servicing.

Close steam valve to steam tumble dryer before servicing.

Never start the tumble dryer with any guards/panels removed.

Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be reconnected to ensure that the tumble dryer is properly grounded.

 

 

W002R1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Display

Definition

Corrective Action

 

 

 

AF (Flashing)

Airflow switch opened/closed 5 or more

Check airflow switch. Replace if inoperative.

times in a running cycle.

 

 

 

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Operating Instructions

TMB2352N

Figure 7

DX4 Coin Control

3V and 3X Control Suffixes

1.Open door and fill drum with clothes.

2.Close door.

3.Insert the coin(s) in the coin slot.

4.Press and release one of the cycle buttons to select a cycle and start the tumble dryer. Refer to

Table 1 and Table 2.

To use a custom cycle, refer to the Programming Manual.

NOTE: Drying times will be dependent on the number of coins that are inserted in the coin slot.

IMPORTANT: To stop the tumbler at any time during the cycle, OPEN DOOR. To restart the tumbler, CLOSE door and press START button.

5.When the cycle is complete, open door and remove the laundry.

Non-CEandNon-AustralianUnits

 

Temperature

Drying Time

Cool Down Time

 

 

 

 

Left Button

135°F (57.2°C)

Varies

2 min.

 

 

 

 

Middle Button

150°F (65.5°C)

Varies

2 min.

 

 

 

 

Right Button

180°F (82.2°C)

Varies

2 min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 1

 

CE and Australian Units

 

Temperature

Drying Time

Cool Down Time

 

 

 

 

Left Button

104°F (40°C)

Varies

2 min.

 

 

 

 

Middle Button

140°F (60°C)

Varies

2 min.

 

 

 

 

Right Button

176°F (80°C)

Varies

2 min.

 

 

 

 

Table 2

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TMB2353N

Figure 8

DX4 OPL Control

3O Control Suffix

1.Open door and fill drum with clothes.

2.Press and release one of the cycle buttons to select a cycle and start the tumble dryer. Refer to

Table 3 and Table 4.

To use a custom cycle, refer to the Programming Manual.

IMPORTANT: To stop the tumble dryer at any time during the cycle, OPEN DOOR. To restart the tumble dryer, CLOSE door and press START button.

3.When the cycle is complete, open door and remove the laundry.

Non-CEandNon-AustralianUnits

 

Temperature

Drying Time

Cool Down Time

 

 

 

 

Left Button

135°F (57.2°C)

Varies

2 min.

 

 

 

 

Middle Button

150°F (65.5°C)

Varies

2 min.

 

 

 

 

Right Button

180°F (82.2°C)

Varies

2 min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 3

 

CE and Australian Units

 

Temperature

Drying Time

Cool Down Time

 

 

 

 

Left Button

104°F (40°C)

30 min.

2 min.

 

 

 

 

Middle Button

140°F (60°C)

30 min.

2 min.

 

 

 

 

Right Button

176°F (80°C)

35 min.

2 min.

 

 

 

 

Table 4

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Ignition Control Operation for NonCE Models

Power Up

When power is applied to the ignition control, the control will begin the ignition sequence within 1 – 3 seconds prepurge waiting time.

Ignition Sequence

The control begins the ignition sequence after prepurge by powering the ignitor and opening the gas valve. The ignitor will remain on either until a flame is sensed or until a maximum of ten (10) seconds

(10 +0/-4sec) has elapsed. If a flame is established and lost during the 10 second period, the ignitor will be powered up again in an attempt tore-ignitethe gas.

If no flame is detected within the ten (10) second ignition sequence, the control will terminate power to the gas valves, ignitor, and enter lockout within 5 seconds.

Normal Operation

Once a flame has been established, the spark ignitor will stop sparking and the control will continually monitor all inputs. If the controller senses a loss of flame after flame is established, the gas valve will remain energized and sparking will commence within one second of the flame loss. If flame reattempt fails, lockout will occur within 11 seconds of initial flame loss.

Termination of Flame

Normal flame termination occurs when the thermostat has been satisfied, meaning there is no immediate need for more heat. The thermostat will disconnect power from the ignition control, which will cause the gas valve to close and the flame to go out. After a short period of time, not less than 1 second, the thermostat will cool down and close causing power to be reapplied to the ignition control. When this occurs, the control must complete the same prepurge and ignition sequence specified above.

Operating Instructions

Control Lockout

When the control locks out, the gas valve will be closed and all requests for heat will be ignored. The lockout mode may only be discontinued by interrupting power to the control or cycling the thermostat. After this occurs, the control will restart with its normal power up and ignition sequence.

Low Voltage Detection

Low Voltage Detection The control will have capability for detection of a low voltage input condition. If input voltage on power up is below 19.0VAC +0.8VAC/-0.5VAC,the control will disable output to gas valve control relay. If input voltage rises above 19.8VAC for at least three (3) seconds, the control will thenre-enablefunction of the gas valve control relay and ignition sequence may begin. On powerup, the control function must always be disabled if greater than 19.8VAC.

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Ignition Control Operation for CE Models

Power Up

After 24VAC is applied to the ignition control pins 24V and GND, the Diagnostic LED on the ignition control will turn orange/yellow. If a fault is detected the ignition control will enter Lockout Mode. If no faults are detected, the Diagnostic LED will turn Green and the ignition control will enter Standby Mode.

Standby Mode

While in Standby Mode, the ignition control will continually monitor the system for faults. Once 24VAC is applied to terminals TH and GND on the control, the ignition control will enter Start Up Mode.

Start Up Mode

During Start Up Mode, the ignition control will monitor the system for faults and begin the ignition sequence. If no faults are present, the ignition control will begin the ignition sequence by entering an 18 second waiting period. During this time the Green LED on the ignition control will switch between Red and Green, before maintaining a Green color.

After the waiting period, the ignition control will turn on the igniter and gas valve. The igniter will remain on until a flame is sensed, or up to 10 seconds.

Once a flame has been sensed the ignition control will stop sparking, the gas valve will remain on and ignition control will enter Run Mode.

If a flame is not sensed, the ignition control will then begin two additional retrials for ignition. The ignition control will re-enterthe 18 seconds waiting period before the ignition control makes another attempt at ignition. If the three attempts at ignition fail, the ignition control will enter Lockout Mode.

Run Mode

While in Run Mode the ignition control leaves the gas valve on, monitors the flame signal, and leaves the igniter off.

If a flame signal is lost during Run Mode, one additional retrial for ignition will take place within one second. The ignition control will restore the spark for approximately 10 seconds. If the ignition re-attemptfails, the ignition control will enter Lockout Mode.

The ignition control will remain in Run Mode until 24VAC is removed from terminals TH and GND on the control.

Termination of Flame

The flame will go out when power is removed from ignition control. The ignition control will turn off the gas valve and enter Standby Mode.

Lockout Mode

When Lockout Mode is entered, the ignition control will remove power to the gas valve, the igniter will turn off, the Lockout/Reset Light will turn on, and the Diagnostic LED will display the appropriate Error Code.

Lockout Manual Reset

Lockout Mode is cleared by pressing an external reset switch for three seconds. The ignition control will clear all error codes and enter Standby Mode. During Lockout Manual Reset, the Diagnostic LED on the ignition control flashes red and orange, and the Reset Light remains on until the ignition control is reset. After the Reset Light turns off, stop pressing the switch. Holding the reset for three seconds after lockout has been cleared will cause a fault and result in entering Lockout Mode again.

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