Alliance Laundry Systems 9001889R7 User Manual

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Cabinet Freestanding

WE-8Computer

Keep These Instructions for Future Reference.

(If this machine changes ownership, this manual must accompany machine.)

 

 

 

www.comlaundry.com

Part No. 9001889R7

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 2011

Programming

WARNING

Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this machine according to the manufacturer's instructions may result in conditions which can produce bodily injury and/or property damage.

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NOTE: The WARNING and IMPORTANT instructions appearing in this manual are not meant to cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur. It must be understood that common sense, caution, and carefulness are factors which cannot be built into these washers. These factors MUST BE supplied by the person(s) installing, maintaining, or operating the washer.

Always contact the distributor, service agent, or the manufacturer about any problems or conditions you do not understand.

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Table of

Contents

Introduction.........................................................................................

3

Model Identification .............................................................................

3

Programming ......................................................................................

4

Setup of the Machine ............................................................................

4

Version of Control ................................................................................

7

Language on Display (Version 1.15 and later ONLY) ....................

7

Setup of the Chemical Hold Feature

 

(Version 1.11 and later ONLY)......................................................

7

Program Storing Mode .........................................................................

7

Explanation of the Step Functions........................................................

8

Example Making a New Program.........................................................

14

Edit a Cycle...........................................................................................

18

Change a Complete Step..................................................................

18

Changing the Time of a Step ...........................................................

20

Delete a Step ....................................................................................

22

Insert a Step......................................................................................

23

Delete a Cycle.......................................................................................

25

Reloading Previous Settings .................................................................

26

Cycle Count ..........................................................................................

27

Reading Cycle Count .......................................................................

27

Calibration of the Machine ...................................................................

28

Speed Calibration..................................................................................

29

Pre-Programmed Cycles ....................................................................

30

Inverter Drive Error Codes ...............................................................

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Introduction

Model Identification

Information in this manual is applicable to these models:

 

HX018PVQM7

HX18PVXU6

SX18PVQU6

UX018PVQM7

UX18PVPA7

UX18PVXA6

 

HX018PVXM7

SX018PVPA7

SX18PVXM6

UX018PVXA7

UX18PVPU6

UX18PVXA7

 

HX18PVQM6

SX018PVQM7

SX18PVXM7

UX018PVXM7

UX18PVQA6

UX18PVXM6

18

HX18PVQM7

SX018PVXM7

SX18PVXU6

UX18PVNA6

UX18PVQA7

UX18PVXM7

 

HX18PVQU6

SX18PVPA7

UX018PVNA7

UX18PVNA7

UX18PVQM6

UX18PVXU6

 

HX18PVXM6

SX18PVQM6

UX018PVPA7

UX18PVNU6

UX18PVQM7

 

 

HX18PVXM7

SX18PVQM7

UX018PVQA7

UX18PVPA6

UX18PVQU6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HX025PVQM7

HX25PVXU6

SX25PVXM7

UX025PVXM7

UX25PVQA6

UX25PVXM6

 

HX025PVXM7

SX025PVQM7

SX25PVXU6

UX25PVNA6

UX25PVQA7

UX25PVXM7

 

HX25PVQM6

SX025PVXM7

UX025PVNA7

UX25PVNA7

UX25PVQM6

UX25PVXU6

25

HX25PVQM7

SX25PVQM6

UX025PVPA7

UX25PVNU6

UX25PVQM7

 

 

HX25PVQU6

SX25PVQM7

UX025PVQA7

UX25PVPA6

UX25PVQU6

 

 

HX25PVXM6

SX25PVQU6

UX025PVQM7

UX25PVPA7

UX25PVXA6

 

 

HX25PVXM7

SX25PVXM6

UX025PVXA7

UX25PVPU6

UX25PVXA7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

33

UX33PVNA7

UX33PVPA7

UX33PVQA7

UX33PVQM7

UX33PVXA7

UX33PVXM7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HX035PVQM7

HX35PVXU6

SX35PVQU6

UX035PVQM7

UX35PVPA7

UX35PVXA6

 

HX035PVXM7

SX035PVNM7

SX35PVXM6

UX035PVXA7

UX35PVPU6

UX35PVXA7

 

HX35PVQM6

SX035PVQM7

SX35PVXM7

UX035PVXM7

UX35PVQA6

UX35PVXM6

35

HX35PVQM7

SX035PVXM7

SX35PVXU6

UX35PVNA6

UX35PVQA7

UX35PVXM7

 

HX35PVQU6

SX35PVNM7

UX035PVNA7

UX35PVNA7

UX35PVQM6

UX35PVXU6

 

HX35PVXM6

SX35PVQM6

UX035PVPA7

UX35PVNU6

UX35PVQM7

 

 

HX35PVXM7

SX35PVQM7

UX035PVQA7

UX35PVPA6

UX35PVQU6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

40

UX40PVNA7

UX40PVPA7

UX40PVQA7

UX40PVQM7

UX40PVXA7

UX40PVXM7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HX055PVNU7

HX55PVQU7

SX055PVXU7

SX55PVQU7

UX055PVXU7

UX55PVQU7

 

HX055PVQU7

HX55PVXU6

SX55PVNU6

SX55PVXU6

UX55PVNU6

UX55PVXU6

55

HX055PVXU7

HX55PVXU7

SX55PVNU7

SX55PVXU7

UX55PVNU7

UX55PVXU7

HX55PVNU6

SX055PVNU7

SX55PVPU6

UX055PVNU7

UX55PVPU6

 

 

 

 

HX55PVNU7

SX055PVPU7

SX55PVPU7

UX055PVPU7

UX55PVPU7

 

 

HX55PVQU6

SX055PVQU7

SX55PVQU6

UX055PVQU7

UX55PVQU6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HX075PVNU7

HX75PVPU7

SX075PVQU7

SX75PVQU7

UX75PVNU7

 

 

HX075PVPU7

HX75PVQU6

SX75PVNU6

UX075PVNU7

UX75PVPU6

 

75

HX075PVQU7

HX75PVQU7

SX75PVNU7

UX075PVPUU

UX75PVPU7

 

 

HX75PVNU6

SX075PVNU7

SX75PVPU7

X075PVQU7

UX75PVQU6

 

 

HX75PVNU7

SX075PVPU7

SX75PVQU6

UX75PVNU6

UX75PVQU7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HX100PVNU6

HX100PVQU6

SX100PVNU7

SX100PVQU7

UX100PVPU6

UX100PVQU7

100

HX100PVNU7

HX100PVQU7

SX100PVPU7

UX100PVNU6

UX100PVPU7

 

 

HX100PVPU7

SX100PVNU6

SX100PVQU6

UX100PVNU7

UX100PVQU6

 

 

HX135PVNU6

HX135PVQU6

SX135PVNU7

SX135PVQU7

UX135PVPU6

UX135PVQU7

135

HX135PVNU7

HX135PVQU7

SX135PVPU7

UX135PVNU6

UX135PVPU7

 

 

HX135PVPU7

SX135PVNU6

SX135PVQU6

UX135PVNU7

UX135PVQU6

 

 

HX165PVNU6

HX165PVQU6

SX165PVNU7

SX165PVQU7

UX165PVPU6

UX165PVQU7

165

HX165PVNU7

HX165PVQU7

SX165PVPU7

UX165PVNU6

UX165PVPU7

 

 

HX165PVPU7

SX165PVNU6

SX165PVQU6

UX165PVNU7

UX165PVQU6

 

200

HX200PVNU7

HX200PVQU7

SX200PVPU7

UX200PVNU7

UX200PVQU7

 

HX200PVPU7

SX200PVNU7

SX200PVQU7

UX200PVPU7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Programming

Setup of the Machine

RUN

PROGRAM

Turn key from Run to Program

 

Program Cycle 00

To go to the main setup of the machine, press “Auxiliary”, “2”, “9”.

System Program

_X18PV

System Program

_X25PV

Units: English

Units: Metric

Drain 1 : Valve

Drain 2 : None

Drain 1 : Pump

Drain 2 : None

To change the machine type, press the “Advance” button.

The following types are possible:

_X18PV

_X40PV

_X135PV

_X25PV

_X55PV

_X165PV

_X33PV

_X75PV

_X200PV

Press the “Advance” button until the right type of machine is selected. Press the “Enter” button.

Select the desired units.

NOTE: English means level in inch and temperature in °F.

Metric means level in cm and temperature in °C.

Press the “Advance” button to change the units.

Press the “Enter” button.

Select the type of drain valve.

Press “1” to change drain 1 to pump or valve. Press “2” to change drain 2 to pump, valve or none.

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Programming

Press the “Enter” button to select options.

Options :

Press the “Aux Fill” button for auxiliary fill option or press “Enter” for heating.

Options :

Aux Fill

If heating is selected, the user can fill in the kW of the electrical heating (example: 9 kW).

Heating : 6 kW

Press “0”, “9”.

Heating : 9 kW

Press “Enter” to select advance mode in run mode yes

or no.

Advance : Yes

Press “Advance” to change between yes and no.

Advance : No

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Programming

Level : hyst 2"

Temp : hyst 3°F

Spin retries : 5

Address : 0

Enter to save ?

Program Cycle 00

Press “Enter” to set the hysteresis level (level at which water drops before it senses it must refill).

If English is selected for units, this value will be in inches. If Metric is selected for units, this value will be in cm.

Select between 1 to 9 cm or inches.

Press “Enter” to select the temperature hysteresis (level at which temperature drops before machine senses it must reheat).

If English is selected for units, this value will be in °F. If Metric is selected for units, this value will be in °C. Select 1 to 9 °C or °F.

Press the “Enter” button to set the spin retries. Select 1 to 9 spin retries.

Press “Enter” to set the network address of the machine. If this is not used, press “Enter”.

The address of the machine has to be set if you network the machine. Each machine should have a different address.

Fill in between 00 and 99.

Press “Enter” to finish the settings.

Press “Enter” to save the settings or press “Stop” to exit without saving.

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Version of Control

To determine control version, apply power to machine. Control will display version of control (i.e., 1.15).

Language on Display (Version 1.15 and later ONLY)

To set a different language on the WE-8display:

1.Turn key from RUN to PROGRAM.

2.Press “Auxiliary”, “2” and “9” to enter set-upmode.

3.English will display. Press “Advance” until desired language displays (French, Italian, Spanish and German).

4.Press “Enter” keypad.

5.Press “Enter” to advance through set-upmode.

6.Wait until information is saved.

7.Turn key from PROGRAM to RUN.

8.Display will read language chosen for all cycles.

Setup of the Chemical Hold Feature (Version 1.11 and later ONLY)

At power up, verify that model is at least version 1.11. Refer to version of Control Section. Earlier versions do not have this chemical hold feature.

Insert key into key switch and turn to Program.

Push the Auxiliary key, the 2 key, and the 9 key in succession to enter System Program Mode.

Push the Start key 10 times to arrive at the Chemical hold choice.

Push the Add Cycle/Advance key to toggle the Chemical hold feature either Yes (on) or No (off).

Push the Start key twice to save changes and exit System Program Mode.

Turn key switch to Run.

NOTE: If chemical hold is on, then a switch closure/opening between pins 1 and 4 of the COIN header on the output board will control supplies 4 through 9. A closure will turn the programmed supply/ies on and count down the time for the supply to be on. An opening will turn the programmed supply/ies off and halt the time for the supply to be on.

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NOTE: If chemical hold is off, then supplies 4 through 9 are controlled exactly like supplies 1 through 3. A switch closure/opening between pins 1 and 4 of the COIN header on the output board will have no effect.

Program Storing Mode

The WE-8control is capable of 99 total cycles. One cycle contains 1 or more steps.

One step is a function of the wash program (example: heat).

Choose between the following functions:

Fill:

To fill the machine with water.

Wash:

Wash action of the machine.

Supply:

To add detergent to the wash (liquid or

 

powder).

Cooldown: Cool to programmed temperature

Heat:

To heat the water.

Soak:

The wash will be soaked for a

 

programmed time and a programmed

 

temperature.

Aux:

A relay contact will close for a

 

programmed time.

Spin:

To spin the machine for a programmed

 

time and RPM.

Drain:

To drain the water from the machine.

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Programming

Explanation of the Step Functions

Fill:

Choose between 4 water inlet configurations and 3 water levels.

Water Inlet Configurations:

Cold:

Only opens the cold water valve.

Hot:

Only opens the hot water valve.

Warm:

Opens the cold and hot water valves.

Aux Fill: Opens an auxiliary water valve if installed.

Water Levels:

Low:

Low water level.

Med:

Medium water level.

High:

High water level.

The inlet configurations and the fill levels appear on the keypad, keys 1, 2, 3 and 8.

Be sure to select first the inlet configuration and then the water level.

Then you will be asked for the step time limit.

Example: Warm Low (time limit 5 minutes 30 seconds)

Step XX Cycle XX

Warm

Step XX Cycle XX

Warm Low

Step XX Cycle XX 0 min

Step XX Cycle XX 5 min 30 sec

NOTE: If a fill error occurs, then machine has

2 minutes to finish filling. If after 2 minutes it has not finished filling, cycle is aborted.

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