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Easy Combination Washer-Dryer Service Manual


Published by Easy in 1956-- Here is the service manual Easy produced to instruct users on how the Easy Combo operates, its features and specifications and how to service the entire machine.

1876-1956--Now, more than ever, know what four generations' of American housewives have always known. The EASY way to launder clothes is the best way. The latest proof of this traditional fact is EASY's sensationally new Combination Washer-Dryer. In the following pages we tell you how to install it, how to operate it and how to service it.

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Easy Combination Washer-Dryer

SERVICE MANUAL

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MODEL CDF COMBINATION WASHER-DRYER

SERVICE MANUAL
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1956

Now, more than ever, know what four generations of American housewives have always known.

The EASY way to launder clothes is the best way.

The latest proof of this traditional fact is EASY's sensationally new Combination Washer-Dryer.

In the following pages we tell you how to install it, how to operate it and how to service it.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PAGE

UNCRATING and INSPECTION............................................. 1

1. Removal of shipping container and crate base boards.......... 1

2. Inspection .................................................. 2

3. Parts damaged in transit..................................... 2

INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS ........................................... 2

1. Electrical supply ........................................... 2

2. Water connection............................................. 2

3. Water temperature ........................................... 2

4. Drain facilities ............................................ 2

CABINET DIMENSIONS................................................... 3

SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................... 3

INSTALLATION ........................................................ 3

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS and DESCRIPTION............................... 6

DESCRIPTION of OPERATION............................................. 6

CYCLE of OPERATION-HOT CYCLE ........................................ 9

CYCLE of OPERATION-WARM CYCLE ....................................... 9

OPERATIONAL CHART-HOT CYCLE ......................................... 10

OPERATIONAL CHART-WARM CYCLE......................................... 12

DISMANTLING and REASSEMBLY........................................... 14

Tool list .................................................... 14

1. Cabinet Top ................................................. 14

2. Lower service panel ......................................... 14

3. Upper service panel ......................................... 15

4. Cycle timer control assembly................................. 15

5. Cabinet assembly............................................. 16

6. Condenser water inlet tube assembly.......................... 16

7. Water inlet tube assembly.................................... 17

8. Blower solenoid assembly..................................... 17

9. Blower belts................................................. 17

10. Blower housing assembly...................................... 18

11. Long "V" belt ............................................... 18

12. Short belt................................................... 18

13. Wiring harness assembly...................................... 18

14. Motors, main and Accelex..................................... 19

15. Pressure switch.............................................. 19

16. Motor saddles................................................ 20

17. Air-well hose................................................ 20

18. Inner tub pulley assembly.................................... 20

19. Condenser valve ............................................. 21

20. Water mixing valve .......................................... 21

21. Idler pulley assembly ....................................... 21

22. Pump assembly................................................ 21

23. Clamping ring assembly....................................... 22

24. Inner tub assembly........................................... 22

25. Cone back of outer tub....................................... 23

26. Outer tub assembly........................................... 23

27. Base assembly ............................................... 24

REPLACEMENT of PARTS ................................................ 24

Cabinet top ..................................................... 24
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Cabinet top trim.................................................................. 24

Cabinet top back splash........................................................... 25

Cycle timer control assembly...................................................... 25

Cycle timer with escapement and timer motor....................................... 26

Timer motor ...................................................................... 26

Temp selector switch control knob................................................. 26

Control panel .................................................................... 26

Kick plate ....................................................................... 27

Access plate ..................................................................... 27

Cabinet door assembly ............................................................ 28

Cabinet door liner glass and seal................................................. 28

Control panel lights.............................................................. 28

Temp selector switch.............................................................. 28

Temp selector switch control arm.................................................. 29

Temp selector window ............................................................. 29

Door switch ...................................................................... 29

Safety thermostat ................................................................ 30

Wiring harness assembly .......................................................... 30

Blower belts ..................................................................... 31

Short belt ....................................................................... 31

Main motor ....................................................................... 31

Accelex motor..................................................................... 32

Main motor saddle................................................................. 32

Accelex motor saddle ............................................................. 33

Small tumble pulley............................................................... 33

Blower solenoid .................................................................. 34

Cyclstat ......................................................................... 34

Tub drive pulley.................................................................. 35

Large tumble pulley .............................................................. 35

Large tumble pulley clutch spring................................................. 35

Blower pulley .................................................................... 35

Idler pulley assembly............................................................. 36

Long "V" belt..................................................................... 36

Blower drive clutch spring........................................................ 36

Inner tub pulley assembly ........................................................ 36

Pressure switch .................................................................. 37

Air-well hose .................................................................... 37

Terminal block ................................................................... 38

Condenser valve assembly.......................................................... 38

Condenser valve solenoid.......................................................... 39

Water mixing valve................................................................ 39

Water mixing valve solenoids...................................................... 40

Pump assembly-with check valve............................................... 40

Cabinet assembly ................................................................. 41

Cabinet door hinges............................................................... 42

Water inlet tube assembly......................................................... 42

Water inlet tube boot............................................................. 43

Condenser water inlet tube assembly............................................... 43

Blower wheel...................................................................... 43

Blower wheel housing.............................................................. 43

Air duct ......................................................................... 44

Heater element ................................................................... 45

Clamping ring assembly............................................................ 45

Inner tub assembly ............................................................... 46
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De-linter screen ............................................................. 47

Cone back of outer tub retainer seal................................... 47

Cone back of outer tub........................................................ 48

Cone back of outer tub inboard and outboard bearings.......................... 48

Inner tub shaft .............................................................. 48

Outer tub assembly ........................................................... 48

Base assembly ................................................................ 49

Seals, sealing material and gaskets........................................... 50

Insulating material .......................................................... 50

ADJUSTMENTS ....................................................................... 50

1. Pressure switch ........................................................... 50

2. Cycle timer control assembly............................................... 50

3. Blower belts .............................................................. 50

4. Short belt................................................................. 50

5. Long "V" belt ............................................................. 51

6. Motor saddle pulley alignment.............................................. 51

7. Idler pulley assembly ..................................................... 51

8. Blower solenoid assembly .................................................. 51

9. Cabinet door............................................................... 51

10. Leveling legs ............................................................ 51

INOPERATIVE CONDITIONS of EASY COMBINATION WASHER-DRYER

and causes with corrections ............................................. 52

Machine will not start........................................................ 52

Water will not enter during fill period....................................... 52

Water will not shut off during fill period.................................... 53

Desired water temperature not supplied........................................ 53

Inner tub will not rotate (See also inner tub will not spin) ................. 53

Inner tub will not spin (See also inner tub will not rotate) ................. 54

Inner tub will not come up to speed (Refer to inner tub will not rotate and

inner tub will not spin) ................................................ 54

Clothes will not wash clean................................................... 54

Cycle timer will not advance.................................................. 54

Water leaks (See also water valve leaks) ..................................... 55

Water valve leaks............................................................. 55

Motors will not start......................................................... 56

Machine vibration ............................................................ 56

Condensing water will not enter............................................... 56

Pump will not expel water..................................................... 56

Clothing insufficiently dry (See also blower doesn't operate properly) ....... 56

Blower doesn't operate properly............................................... 57

Inner tub noisy when rotating................................................. 57

Heating elements do not heat correctly........................................ 58

Blower solenoid noisy ........................................................ 58

Panel lights do not light..................................................... 58

Machine will not shut off..................................................... 58

WARRANTY POLICY ................................................................... 59

1. Certificate, of guarantee

2. Returned parts

3. Motors

WIRING DIAGRAM-MODEL CDF .......................................................... 60
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UNCRATING AND INSPECTION

1. REMOVAL OF SHIPPING CONTAINER AND CRATE BASE BOARDS

Two steel straps located at the top and bottom of the shipping container secure it for shipping.

a. Remove the lower steel strap.

b. Unfold bottom flap of container and lift vertically off machine. See Figure No. 1.

Figure No. I

c. Remove tape securing the four protective comer posts to machine cabinet.

d. Remove top protective pad and top front corner post spacer. See Figure No. 2.

e. Slide bottom of shipping container out from under machine.

The accessories listed below are placed in the inner tub for shipment and should be removed at this time:

-4 sealing washers;

-2 water inlet hoses;

-4 leveling legs;

-4 hex jam nuts;

-1-1 oz. tube-adhesive;

-2 stay-cups;

-1 Instruction Booklet;

-1 instruction card;

-1 discharge hose;

-1 hose clamp.

f. Locate machine close to its final location so that temporary hook-up may be made.

To move machine, thread leveling legs into base as far as the jam nuts will allow and slide machine on its base to desired location.

g. Remove leveling legs and jam nuts from equipment box.

h. Install jam nuts on all leveling legs, threading them on as far as possible.

i. Tip front of machine upward approximately six inches off floor and remove front base boards. See Figure No. 3.




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j. Install front leveling legs.

k. Tip rear of machine upward approximately six inches off floor and remove rear base boards.

1. Install rear leveling legs.

2. INSPECTION

Inspect entire machine following removal of the shipping container. If any part is damaged, replace it before delivery of machine to customer's home. Do not install a machine with damaged parts with the expectation of replacing such parts at a later date.

3. PARTS DAMAGED IN TRANSIT

All transportation damage should be immediately reported to the carrier.

Damage, concealed or otherwise, must be reported to the carrier within 15 days after receipt of machine. The Easy Washing Machine Division of the Murray Corporation of America does not assume any responsibility for such transportation damage. For further details, see Parts Damaged in Transit, on Page 6 of the Easy Parts Catalogue.

INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS

Carefully note the following installation requirements before installing the Easy Combination Washer-Dryer.

1. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

We recommend a separate,"'standard 230 V., 3-wire system for the operation of the Easy Automatic Combination Washer-Dryer. An auxiliary box should be installed near the machine. Both main and auxiliary boxes should be fused with 30-ampere fuses.

A recommended method of installation is: extend the supply line from auxiliary box directly to terminal block in machine. See Figure No. 4.

An alternate method of installation may be used by extending the supply line from auxiliary box to wall receptacle; this method requires the use of an additional 3-wire service cord that is not furnished. See Figure No. 4.

2. WATER CONNECTION

The Combination Washer-Dryer requires a separate hot and cold water supply. Each must be equipped with faucets having outside thread dimensions of "-ll threads per inch.

3. WATER TEMPERATURE

The hot water temperature should be at least 150F. at machine: cold should be 85F. or less to provide effective condensing during drying.

4. DRAIN FACILITIES

Drain facilities are subject to approval by local ordinances. Ordinarily, anything from a floor drain to a thirty-six inch high set tub or sink is acceptable.
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CABINET DIMENSIONS and Specifications

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Figure No. 5

Weight-Pounds

Shipping Weight.........................approx. 305

Net Weight..............................approx. 270

Finish

Cabinet Top ....................... White Porcelain

Cabinet ......................... Baked Easy-Namel

Outer Tub..................................Porcelain

Inner Tub ................................. Porcelain

Base Assembly .......................... Baked Epon

Electrical

Rating: 3 wire, 236 V., 5500 W., 30 A. fusing.

Cycle Timer: electrical, push-pull, rotary type equipped with Auto-Stop Control.

Main Motor: h.p., 60 cycle, 115 V., A.C., equipped with 2 motor terminals and 2 heater terminals. Permanently lubricated.

Accelex Motor: h.p., 60 cycle, 115 V., A.C., with separately wired capacitor. Permanently lubricated. Pump Motor: 1/20 h.p., 60 cycle, 115 V., A.C. Temp Selector Switch: 20 amp., 250 V., A.C., 2-position, double-unit, 5 terminal. Controls water valve, heater and cyclstat circuits.

Cyclstat: 3-terminal, 2 amp., 115 V., A.C. switch for automatically terminating each of the two drying periods at the following temperatures; the "Hot" setting at approximately 190F.; "Warm" setting

Figure No. 6

SPECIFICATIONS

at approximately 160F.

Safety Thermostat: disc type thermostat for protecting heater.

Heater: 2 separate sheath-type elements, each rated 2500 W. at 236 V.

Door Switch: 115 V., A.C., single pole, single throw. Panel Lights: 10 W., 115 V., A.C., bayonet type. Ground Wire: provision is made for grounding center terminal to base, if local codes so require. Water Mixing Valve: 115 V., A.C., thermostat controlled, solenoid operated, rated at 4.0 to 4.5

g.p.m.

Condenser Valve: 115 V., A.C., solenoid operated, rated at 0.5 g.p.m.

Clothes Loading: standard 8 lb. capacity.

Water Supply: hot water should be 150F. at machine; cold should be 85F. or less to provide effective condensing during drying. Water pressure 20 to 150 p.s.i.

Tumb-l-ator Speed: 49 r.p.m. with new belts; to maintain satisfactory performance, tub speed should not be allowed to drop below 46 r.p.m. with full clothes load.

Accelex Speed: maximum instantaneous 250 r.p.m. Blower Speed: 3600 r.p.m.

Air Flow: 200 c.f.m. minimum.

INSTALLATION

Installation is the most important factor in the performance of Easy's Combination Washer-

Dryer. Therefore, make certain that you have read, understood and complied with these instructions,
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Uncrating-Inspection and Installation Requirements. Then, step by step, install Easy's Combination Washer-Dryer in accordance with the following:

STEP No. 1: LOCATION

a. In complete agreement with the customer, decide upon the general location of the machine. Factors affecting such decision will be:

-convenience of use;

-availability of electrical and plumbing connections;

-floor conditions;

-space limitations;

-alignment with other appliances.

b. If the electrical and plumbing lines come up through the floor next to the wall, machine may be located flush with wall, otherwise machine must be located 1" away from wall.

c. Make certain that adequate plumbing and electrical supply connections are available at the machine location.

STEP No. 2: CHECKING MACHINE PRIOR TO INSTALLATION

a. Remove the two rear panels of cabinet.

b. Remount back-splash in the overhang position, if machine is to be installed 1/2" away from wall.

c. Insert sealing washers in both ends of each fill hose.

d. Connect the straight hot-fill hose to the water mixing valve; connect the 90 elbow, cold-fill hose to the condenser valve. See Figures No. 7-8.

Figure No. 7

Figure No. 8

e. Install and clamp drain hose to pump outlet hose connector.

f. Temporarily make all electrical and plumbing connections. Operate the machine with water but no clothes or detergent, observing it from rear as well as front. To do this:

-remove cabinet top;

-turn Auto-Stop Control counter-clockwise to center of blue mark;

-pull out and then turn pushbutton knob clockwise until its cycle indicator is at "4" of "Wash";

-turn temp selector switch to "Warm";

-open hot and cold water faucets completely;

-press in pushbutton to energize the electric circuit to the machine;

-tub should fill with warm water in approximately 13/4 minutes; while it is filling, momentarily turn temp selector to "Hot," and check for increase in temperature of inlet water;

-check tub speed; while empty of clothes but properly filled with water, tub tumbling speed should be a maximum of 49 r.p.m. with new belts; to maintain satisfactory performance tub speed should not be allowed to drop below 46 r.p.m. with a full load of clothes;

-check machine for leaks, quietness and operation of all auxiliaries;

-allow machine to self-cycle until cycle indicator reaches co-alignment with Auto-Stop Control and the machine stops;
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-notice whether cycle indicator continues to advance until it reaches first line of "Wash." For further explanation see paragraph "b," Additional Features, page 8.

g. Replace cabinet top and rear panels.

The machine is now ready for moving into its final location.

STEP No. 3: MOVING MACHINE INTO FINAL POSITION

Satisfactory performance of an Easy Combination Washer-Dryer depends upon four main factors; -pre-tested design, manufacture and operation;

the Easy factory covers these with a warranty; -adequate wiring, adequate plumbing and adequate flooring; these depend upon the user; -proper use and care; this depends upon the demonstrator, the user, the Instruction Manual-and, to some extent, the serviceman;

-a solid, level installation; this depends entirely upon the serviceman, so he should be especially competent and careful in following this step (No. 3).

STEP No. 4= STAY-CUPS

a. The stay-cups should be used at the front of the machine rather than at rear.

b. To locate: lift up machine at front and line up stay-cups with leveling legs and edges of cabinet front and side.

c. Scribe proper positions of stay-cups on the floor.

d. Clean floor area so that it is free of wax, grease or other foreign matter. Apply Easy adhesive Part No. 360545 as supplied in tube, to underside of stay-cups. Likewise, apply it to scribed area of floor being careful to do so within limits of

In making such solid, level installation, the leveling legs should be threaded into the machine base as far as possible. For best performance, do not so over-extend the leveling feet that the cabinet top is higher than 36".

a. Disconnect the temporary plumbing and electrical lines, at the supply points, not at the machine; but make certain that the connections at the machine are tight enough for permanent use since they are not readily accessible in flush-to-wall installations.

b. Using a spirit level, check the left and right levelness of the floor at the anticipated location of the two rear leveling legs; before moving machine into final location, try to anticipate any unlevel-ness of the floor by a corrective adjustment of the two rear legs of the machine and tighten the jam nuts.

c. Roll machine into final location, using a 20"xl" straight and smooth length of pipe, or a wringer roll.

d. Re-connect the plumbing and electrical lines at their supply points. See Figure No. 9.

scribed area.

e. Allow adhesive to dry until "tack" free. The adhesive covered areas should not be exposed to the air for less than five or more than ten minutes.

f. Attach by pressing the stay-cups to leveling legs and lower machine into its permanent position. Stay-cups should now occupy exactly or very closely the scribed areas on the floor.

g. After a minimum of ten minutes' wait, adjust machine for solidity by pressing alternate diagonals on top of cabinet and adjusting one front leveling leg to obtain a solid feel with no rock.
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h. Set cycle indicator to final spin position and in- i. Make final adjustment of one front leveling leg, sert a six-pound concentrated load (i.e., shot to obtain complete solidity while machine is

bag). spinning.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND DESCRIPTION

MODEL CDF-COMBINATION WASHER-DRYER

EASY'S is a true combination washer-dryer in that the over-all laundering efficiencies are higher than those attainable in separate washers and in separate dryers.

EASY'S controls are simple to use.

TEMP SELECTOR controls the Washer-Dryer water and air temperatures as well as the cyclstats. HOT is for colorfast cottons and linens; WARM is for synthetics and woolens. Cyclstats (detecting devices located within the machine) take the timing guesswork out of clothes drying by automatically shutting off the heat when the clothes are dry.

AUTO-STOP CONTROL can be set manually to stop machine automatically at any desired point on the control dial. It can be moved counter-clock-wise only.

PUSHBUTTON, when pushed IN, starts machine; when pulled OUT, stops machine.

CYCLE INDICATOR on Pushbutton Control shows in which part of laundering cycle the machine is operating. Whenever the Indicator passes over

DESCRIPTION

The washing, rinsing, centrifugal extracting and fluff drying) actions all take place in a single, tilted tub. Once started, the automatic timer switch advances the machine through these various actions by a series of 45-second, 6-degree impulses. The machine stops automatically whenever the Cycle Indicator passes over the Auto-Stop Control.

WASHING

The WASHING ACTION is characterized by direct, water spray filling of the tumbling tub. As soon as the washing cycle is started, the soiled dry clothes start to tumble as the hot wash water strikes and wets the clothes. The machine does not advance through the wash cycle until the correct amount of water has entered the tub; at that moment the water pressure switch automatically shuts off the water valves and energizes the timer motor. The length of the wash cycle can be varied from one to ten minutes. The tilted tub causes the tumble washing action to occur primarily in the rear half of the tub, where the washing efficiency is the highest. Since the same tub must be used for tumble washing and

the Auto-Stop Control, the Pushbutton releases automatically to the OUT position and the machine stops. The Indicator moves clockwise only.

BLUE MARK separates DRY cycle into two drying periods. For synthetics and easy-to-dry loads, Auto-Stop Control is set on BLUE MARK. For mixed, and hard-to-dry loads, Auto-Stop Control is set at start of OFF.

OPERATING STEPS ARE AS FOLLOWS:

1. Open door by moving latch to the right; add clothes loosely, 2/3 full.

2. Add approximately cup of any low-sudsing detergents like All, Ad, Vim, Spin, Dash, etc.

3. Set TEMP SELECTOR to HOT or WARM. This controls both water and dryer temperatures.

4. Set Cycle Indicator to the start of WASH and Auto-Stop Control to the end of DRY.

5. Push IN Pushbutton to start machine.

6. Remove clothes when machine stops at the end of DRY.

OF OPERATION

fluff drying as well, the diameter of the tub is much larger than in conventional tumbler washers; this produces such an abnormally long tumbling path that the washing efficiency is higher than in conventional agitator washers. We call this our tumblator washing action.

RINSING

The purpose of the rinse cycle is to substitute fresh water for the soiled water within the clothes. The problem is one of continuous dilution of the soiled water by a number of different methods, the net effect of which is more perfect dilution than realized in any other domestic automatic laundry appliance.

a. Suds Breaker Rinse. The final two impulses of the Wash Cycle are devoted to draining the free, soiled wash water from the clothes and the tub. The first impulse of the rinse cycle is devoted to a warm spray rinse directly onto the tumbling, sudsy clothes while the drain pump is running. During the next impulse the spray is cut off and the pump removes most of the free water and suds.

b. Accelex Rinse. The clothes and tub are next
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subjected to a series of rapid, two-second accelerations and slow, thirteen-second decelerations. The maximum instantaneous spin speed is 250 r.p.m. The term "Accelex" connotes this method of Accelerated Extraction. Since a great deal of the soiled wash water is removed during this period it very properly is a rinsing action.

c. Warm Deep Rinse. During this period the timer motor is de-energized and warm water is sprayed onto the tumbling clothes until enough water has entered the tub to actuate the water pressure switch and hence the timer motor. This is also called the first tumb-l-ator rinse. It is followed by the customary drain period.

d. Accelex Rinse. Once again the clothes are subjected to accelerated extraction to reduce the remaining percentage of soiled and rinse water.

e. Accelex Spray Rinse. While the clothes in the tub are still Accelexing, hot inlet water sprays against the surface of the spinning annulus of the clothes. The combined action of Accelexing and spraying results in soiled wash water being thrown out of the clothes and clean rinse water being substituted; the acceleration and deceleration of the clothes annulus causes the clothes to compact and to loosen repeatedly; this promotes a definite exhaling of soiled water and inhaling of fresh water.

f. Hot Deep Rinse. During this rinse period the timer motor stops until enough hot rinse water has been sprayed onto the tumbling clothes to produce another tumblator rinsing action-to actuate the water pressure switch-to re-start the timer motor.

The water used during the Accelex spray rinse and the final deep rinse is hot, only when the temp selector switch is in the hot position; otherwise it is warm. The use of hot water during these two rinses is well justified: it improves the rinsing, the spinning and the drying.

SPINNING

The SPIN cycle is characterized by an initial Accelex period, by a preheat tumbling period and by a final Accelex period. Throughout the spin cycle, the 200 c.f.m. blower recirculates heated air through the clothes. During the two Accelex periods the heater wattage is 2500; during the preheat tumbling period the heater wattage is 5000.

The use of heat during the spin cycle improves the centrifuging and better conditions the clothes for the drying cycle. In fact, the hotter the final deep rinse and the greater amount of heat circulated during the spinning cycle the better the water extraction and the shorter the drying cycle; always remember this!

The use of the Accelex principle eliminates the

need for the elaborate vibration isolation systems found in conventional machines. There is no constant spin speed to set up the resonant vibrations characteristic of all conventional, centrifugal extraction machines.

In the final step of the SPIN cycle, the tub speed decelerates to zero. This permits the clothes to release themselves from the wall of the tub and to get ready for the tumble drying cycle.

DRYING

The DRYING cycle is characterized by the tumbling of the clothes in a high velocity or recirculated, heated and dehumidified air. The same air is used over and over again. The 200 c.f.m. blower drives the air over the 5000 watt heating elements and into the tub. The heated, high-speed air impinges against all surfaces of the tumbling clothes; this raises the temperature of both the clothes and the water contained in them to a point at which evaporation occurs rapidly. This evaporation saturates the air which then leaves the tub through its perforations. The high speed air materially helps to break up the thin layer of saturated air that tends to prevent evaporation.

Part of the outlet air from the tumble tub directly re-enters the blower, and part of it comes in contact with the thin, cold curtain of condenser water. This condensing curtain covers the inside of the outer tub from 3 o'clock to 6 o'clock. When part of the outlet air comes in contact with the cold curtain of condenser water, the temperature of the air is immediately lowered to a point where much of its water vapor content is condensed out; in fact, the amount of water vapor condensed out continually equals the amount of water evaporated from the clothes into the recirculated air.

The DRYING cycle is broken down into four periods; two heating periods and two cooling periods. The timer motor is not energized during the two drying periods but is energized during the two cooling periods.

The primary heating period uses 5000 watts when the TEMP SELECTOR is set at HOT and 2500 watts when the TEMP SELECTOR is set at WARM.

During the primary drying period the evaporating and condensing functions are carried out as described above; in fact, the cooling effect from evaporation so evenly matches the heating effect from the heater elements that the temperature of the outlet air from the tumbling tub is surprisingly constant throughout most of the primary drying period; this is generally called the plateau temperature.

Toward the end of the primary drying cycle, however, the rate of evaporation (hence the rate of cooling) decreases because of the difficulty of removing the capillary dampness remaining in the clothes.
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Since the heat input remains constant, the net result is a rapid rise in the temperature of the outlet air. When this temperature rise above the plateau temperature equals about fifteen degrees, normally the clothes will be dry.

Since the level of the plateau temperature varies but little under different voltage and water temperature conditions, the cyclstats (miniature thermostats located within the blower housing and in electrical series with the timer motor) are factory set to close the timer circuit when the outlet air reaches fifteen degrees above the standard plateau temperature.

It is the closing of the cyclstat that terminates the primary drying period and starts the primary cooling period ; actually, the heaters are not disconnected until 45 seconds (one impulse) after the rising outlet temperature has closed the cyclstat.

The primary cooling period (the length of the Blue Mark) lasts for 2J4 minutes (three impulses). At its completion the timer motor is de-energized, the 2500 watt heater is energized and the secondary drying period is started.

The purpose of having a secondary drying period is to assure a thorough drying of mixed loads of clothes; that is, loads that contain both easy-to-dry and difficult-to-dry pieces.

The secondary drying period is likewise terminated by the rise in temperature which closes the cyclstat thereby re-energizing the timer motor.

The secondary cooling period lasts for nine minutes; it terminates at the first line of OFF.

When the Temp Selector is set at Warm, both the primary and secondary drying period wattage is 2500; when set at HOT, only the primary drying period wattage is 5000.

ADDITIONAL FEATURES

a. The lint entering the recirculating air during the DRYING cycle is trapped against the de-linting screen at the inlet of the blower. The lint accumulated on the screen during the DRYING cycle is washed off and sent down the drain by the first spin rinse the next time the machine is used.

b. There are five times throughout the 360 travel of the cycle indicator when the timer motor is not energized by the timer motor cam switch.

During the wash cycle, during the first deep rinse and during the second deep rinse it is the closing of the water pressure switch that energizes the timer motor.

At the end of the primary drying period and at the end of the secondary drying period it is the closing of the cyclstat that energizes the timer motor.

Unless the timer motor becomes energized, by closing of pressure switch or cyclstat, the cycle indicator cannot advance automatically; the positioning of the Auto-Stop Control at any one of these five, timer-motor-off periods, will not cause the machine to stop automatically until the timer motor has become energized as described.

That is, each "assured fill" and each "drying period" must be completed before the cycle indicator can advance automatically to the next function. It is the automatic advancing of the Cycle Indicator that permits the Auto-Stop Control to stop the machine automatically.

When the machine has been stopped by the action of the Auto-Stop Control, the Cycle Indicator continues to advance by itself to the next timer-motor-off period.*

Whenever the Auto-Stop Control is pre-set at any point in the secondary cooling period or in "OFF," the cycle indicator advances by itself past such point and will not stop until it reaches the start of "WASH." This automatically sets up the machine for pushbutton operation the next time the machine is used for a routine laundering usage.

This control arrangement is based on the fact that for most laundering usages, the Temp Selector will remain at "HOT" and the Auto-Stop Control will remain at "OFF."

* Should the clothes become completely dry during the primary drying period or should there be no clothes in the machine during an inspection run, there will not be sufficient cooling during the 2 miutes of the Blue Mark period. Under such condition the Cyclstat will not open and the duration of the secondary drying period will be no greater than a single 45-second impulse. Therefore, in such a special condition, the cycle indicator can impulse itself right through the secondary drying period even though the timer motor cam does not so provide.
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CYCLE OF OPERATION

(With Auto-Stop Control positioned at first line of "Off" position on dial)

HOT CYCLE

WASH

Assured hot water fill............approx. 13/4min.

Wash .......................... approx. 1 to 10 min.

RINSE

Emptying wash water........................1/2 min.

Warm water spray rinse........................3/4min.

Drain ........................................3/4min.

Accelex spin .................................3/4min.

Assured warm water fill...........approx. 1/2 min.

Deep rinse.................................1/2 min.

Emptying rinse water.......................1/2 min.

Accelex spin ...............................3/4 min.

Accelex spin with hot water spray rinse . . 3/4 min.

Accelex spin ...............................3/4 min.

Assured hot water fill............approx. 1 1/2 min.

Deep rinse....................................3/4min.

Emptying rinse water.......................1/2 min.

Accelex spin ..................................3/4mm-

SPIN

Both heater elements on....................1/2 min.

Accelex spin with one heater element on 2 1/4 min.

Accelex spin speed reducing from approx.

120 to 48-46 r.p.m........................... 3/4min.

Inner tub stopping............................3/4min.

DRY

First drying period; both heater elements on and condenser water entering............ *

Cooling period; blower in operation and

condenser water entering................2 1/4 min.

Second drying period; one heater element on and condenser water entering............ *

Cooling period; blower in operation and

condenser water entering......................9 min.

OFF

Cycle Indicator advancing through "Off" position on dial to the first line of "Wash," then stops.........................5 1/4 min.

WARM CYCLE

WASH

Assured warm water fill........approx. 1 3/4 min.

Wash ....................... approx. 1 to 10 min.

RINSE

Emptying wash water........................1 1/2 m

Warm water spray rinse.........3/4m

Drain......................................3/4m

Accelex spin ..............................3/4m

Assured warm water fill...........approx. 1/2 m

Deep rinse.................................1 1/2m

Emptying rinse water.......................1 1/2m

Accelex spin ....................................3/4m

Accelex spin with warm water spray rinse 3/4m

Accelex spin ..............................3/4m

Assured warm water fill...........approx. 1/2 m

Deep rinse.................................3/4m

Emptying rinse water.......................1 1/2m

Accelex spin ..............................3/4m

SPIN

One heater element on....................1 1/4 min.

Accelex spin with one heater element on 2 1/4 min.

Accelex spin speed reducing from approx.

120 to 48-46 r.p.m.......................... 3/4min.

Inner tub stopping...........................3/4min.

DRY

First drying period; one heater element

on and condenser water entering.......... *

Cooling period; blower in operation and

condenser water entering.................2 1/4 min.

Second drying period; one heater element on and condenser water entering............ *

Cooling period; blower in operation and

condenser water entering.....................9 min.

OFF

Cycle Indicator advancing through "Off" position on dial to the first line of "Wash," then stops..................5min.

Variable drying time, controlled by Cyclstat, is determined by type of material and size of load.
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Operational Chart "HOT" CYCLE

See download document
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Variable time, controlled by the cyclstat, is determined by type of material and size of load.
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Operational Chart - "WARM" CYCLE

See download document
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DISMANTLING AND REASSEMBLY OF COMPLETE MACHINE

In following step-by-step order

Carefully read this section before removing or replacing any parts of the machine. When replacement of a part or an assembly differs from its removal during the tear-down, refer to Replacement of Parts, pages 24 through 50, for additional information.

This has been prepared assuming that the electric supply has been disconnected and the water supply had been turned off with fill hoses disconnected at the machine.

Following is a list of tools required to service the Easy Combination Washer-Dryer. Only those tools identified by Easy part numbers are available from the factory. All other tools can be secured through local suppliers unless otherwise specified.

Screw Driver (6" Bit)

Screw Driver (3" Bit)

Screw Driver, Phillips (5" Bit)

Screw Driver (Spring Loaded, 4")

Adjustable Wrench (12")

Open End Wrenches (½" x 9/16")

Open End Wrench (⅝" x ¾ x 6")

Spin Tite Wrench (¼")

Spin Tite Wrench (¾ x 6")

Spin Tite Wrench (1½ x 2,/)

Spin Tite Wrench (%")

Spin Tite Wrench (¾ x 6")

Spin Tite Wrench (½")

Pliers (Alligator Jaw)

Pliers (Corbin)

Mallet (Rawhide or Lucite)

Mallet (Hard Rubber)

Wedge (Non-Metallic 2" Thickness)

Drift (Brass, 12" Long)

Drift (Brass, 18" Long)

"C" Clamp (8")

Cha-mp Hand Tool (Terminal Crimper)

Ratchet Handle (%" Drive)

Socket (½") (%" Drive)

Socket (¾6") (3/s" Drive)

Set Screw T Wrench ( ⅛", 6" Handle,

Easy Part No. 00796)

Set Screw Wrench (%2")

Set Screw Wrench (¾⅜")

Set Screw Wrench (⅞2")

Set Screw Wrench (¼", Easy Part No. 68011)

Set Screw Wrench (¾⅜;", Easy Part No. 68012)

Volt Meter (O V. to 130 V.-130 V. to 260 V.)

Continuity Test Light

Tachometer (Speed Indicator)

Available from Triplett Company, Bluff ton, Ohio.

Available from James G. Biddle Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1. CABINET TOP

Removal, see Figure No. 10.

a. Remove screws securing cabinet top to panel brackets.

b. Lift slightly and push forward out of cabinet clips. Installation

a. Locate cabinet top. Pull it toward rear of machine to insert cabinet top brackets into cabinet clips.

b. Press downward and secure to rear panel brackets.

Figure No. 10

2. LOWER SERVICE PANEL

Removal, see Figure No. 11.

Remove screws securing lower service panel to
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panel bracket, base, cabinet and pump outlet hose clamp.

Installation

Position panel and secure with screws.

3. UPPER SERVICE PANEL

Removal, see Figure No. 12.

Remove screws securing upper service panel to cabinet top, cabinet assembly and lower service panel.

Installation

Position upper panel and secure with screws.

Figure No. 12

4. CYCLE TIMER CONTROL ASSEMBLY

Removal, see Figures No. 13-14.

a. Turn cycle indicator knob counter-clockwise and remove from cycle timer shaft.

b. Remove screws, washers and lock washers securing cycle indicator to pressure plate.

c. Pull cycle indicator, spacer and pressure plate from cycle timer shaft. Cycle indicator, spacer and pressure plate may be removed in one assembly by not removing the two screws securing them together.

d. Remove screws, washers and lock washers securing Auto-Stop Control to cam plate.

e. Remove Auto-Stop Control.

f. Pull indicator hub spring off cam plate assembly.

g. Remove screws and washer securing cam retainer plate to spacers located on top of cycle timer assembly.

h. Turn cam plate assembly until slot is aligned with pin in shaft.

i. Remove cam plate assembly.

Installation

a. Turn cycle timer shaft clockwise until pin in shaft is positioned in the direction of lower cam retaining plate spacer; this places timer in the approximate "Off" position; it should remain in this position during assembly of cycle timer control assembly.

b. Position cam plate assembly over timer shaft and align slot with pin.

c. Position cam plate assembly against timer shaft spacer.

d. Position cam retaining plate over timer shaft, against cam plate assembly.

e. Locate threaded holes in cam plate in a horizontal position. Cam retainer plate notch must be located in an upward position.

f. Secure cam retainer plate to spacers of cycle timer assembly.

g. Force hub indicator spring over cam plate assembly, locating extended end of spring into notch of cam retainer plate. It may be necessary to close the cam retainer notch slightly to fit the spring extension.

h. Position Auto-Stop Control over cycle timer shaft and against cam retainer plate. Locate the "finger hold" in approximate "Off" position on dial and secure.

i. Force pressure plate onto flat of timer shaft, following with spacer.

j. Align screw holes.

k. Position cycle indicator over spacer and secure to pressure plate. Holes in Auto-Stop Control and cycle indicator are elongated allowing for adjustment.

1. Thread cycle indicator knob clockwise onto cycle timer shaft. For correct adjustment of cycle
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timer control assembly, refer to paragraph 2, Adjustments, page 50.

5. CABINET ASSEMBLY

Removal, with cabinet door, control panel, control

panel lights, temp selector switch control and serial

number plate attached, see Figures No. 15-16.

a. Remove screws, located in door well, securing cabinet to outer tub brackets.

b. Remove cabinet door seal.

c. Remove kick plate from lower front section of cabinet.

d. Remove screws securing cabinet to base.

e. Remove cabinet assembly. Cabinet assembly is the wrap around type and must be lifted vertically. Care must be exercised not to damage water and condenser inlet tubes and cyclstat contacts.

Installation

a. Lower cabinet over base, again being careful not to damage water inlet tubes and cyclstat contacts.

b. Partially thread the top front screw into outer tub bracket, to temporarily hold cabinet in this position.

c. Moisten cabinet door seal and position it over flanges of outer tub and cabinet opening; use a hardwood wedge to separate the cabinet from base.

d. Install door seal.

e. Remove wedge.

f. Install remaining screws securing cabinet to outer tub.

g. Secure cabinet to base.

h. Secure kickplate to lower front section of cabinet.

Figure No. 1 6

6. CONDENSER WATER INLET TUBE ASSEMBLY

Removal, with water inlet hose, clamps and grom-met attached, see Figure No. 17.

a. Remove screw securing condenser water inlet and water inlet tube assembly to outer tub bracket.

b. Pull grommet out of outer tub opening.

c. Pull condenser water inlet tube from outer tub
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opening and support bracket inside of outer tub; a rubber sleeve is positioned inside of support bracket and may in some instances be pulled out when condenser tub is removed.

Installation

a. Insert end of condenser water inlet tube through opening of outer tub and into rubber sleeve inside support bracket.

b. Position grommet into opening of outer tub.

c. Secure condenser water inlet tube to outer tub bracket.

7. WATER INLET TUBE ASSEMBLY

Removal, with water inlet hoser clamp and water

boot attached, see Figure No. 18.

a. Remove screw securing water inlet tube to bracket of outer tub.

b. Remove tube and water boot from outer tub opening.

Installation

a. Install water boot over water inlet tube.

b. Position water inlet tube and boot into outer tub opening.

c. Locate water inlet tube assembly and secure to brackets of outer tub.

Figure No. 7 9

Installation

a. Secure solenoid to bracket.

b. Position and secure solenoid bracket to main motor saddle. Allow sufficient clearance for clutch spring extension to pass over solenoid plunger without striking when blower solenoid is energized.

9. BLOWER BELTS

Removal, see Figure No. 20.

Figure No. 18

8. BLOWER SOLENOID ASSEMBLY

Removal, with solenoid bracket, cup washer and spring attached, see Figure No. 19.

a. Remove screws securing blower solenoid bracket to main motor saddle.

b. Remove solenoid from bracket.
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Remove the twin blower belts from blower pulley

and blower drive pulley.

Installation

Install twin belts over blower pulley and blower

drive pulley.

10. BLOWER HOUSING ASSEMBLY

Removal, with cyclstat and blower assembly attached, see Figure No. 21.

a. Remove nuts and washers securing blower housing to studs of coned back of outer tub.

b. Remove screws securing spacers and blower housing to outer tub brackets.

c. Remove screws and washers securing air duct and duct clamping flange to front of outer tub.

d. Remove screws securing air duct to front brackets of outer tub. All sealing material must be replaced after a seal once has been broken.

Installation

a. Locate blower assembly over studs of coned back of outer tub.

b. Position front of blower assembly through air duct clamp flange and into front opening of outer tub.

c. Secure blower housing assembly with spacers to outer tub brackets.

d. Secure blower housing assembly to coned back of outer tub.

e. Secure air duct to front brackets of outer tub.

Figure No. 21

11. LONG "V" BELT

Removal, see Figure No. 22.

a. Force idler pulley away from belt to relieve belt tension.

b. Remove belt from inner tub pulley and tub drive pulley.

Installation

a. Install belt on tub drive pulley and inner tub pulley.

b. Position idler pulley against belt. For proper belt tension, refer to paragraph 5, Adjustments, page 51.

Figure No. 22

12. SHORT BELT

Removal, see Figure No. 23.

a. Remove front main motor clamps.

b. Loosen rear motor clamp.

c. Raise rear of motor slightly.

d. Remove belt from small and large tumble pulleys.

Installation

a. Raise main motor slightly and install belt on small and large tumble pulleys.

b. Install front motor clamp.

c. Secure front and rear motor clamps. For proper belt tension, refer to paragraph 4, Adjustments, pages 50 and 51.

Figure No. 23

13. WIRING HARNESS ASSEMBLY

Removal, with cycle timer assembly, temp selector switch, cabinet door switch, line connectors and clips attached, see Figure No. 24.

a. Remove screws securing cycle timer assembly to front bracket of outer tub.

b. Loosen screw securing temp selector switch shaft to temp selector switch control arm.
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c. Remove nut and washer securing temp selector switch to cabinet bracket.

d. Loosen screws located in cabinet door well and remove cabinet door switch with bracket attached.

e. Disconnect wiring from temp selector switch, panel lights, heater element, safety thermostat, cyclstat, main and Accelex motors, blower solenoid, pressure switch, terminal block, pump motor leads, water mixing valve solenoids and condenser valve solenoid.

f. Remove screws and washers securing wiring harness clips to Accelex motor saddle, blower housing cover and outer tub bracket.

g. Remove metal clips securing wiring harness to base.

Installation

a. Place wiring harness with assemblies attached, over top of outer tub and blower assembly.

b. Position and secure cycle timer to outer tub.

c. Secure cabinet door switch bracket with switch attached.

d. Position and secure temp selector switch to bracket.

e. Position and secure temp selector switch and control arm to flat of shaft, being sure control arm does not bind in control panel slot.

f. Connect wiring to panel lights, temp selector switch, pump motor leads, heater element, safety thermostat, cyclstat, main and Accelex motors, blower solenoid, pressure switch, terminal block, water mixing valve solenoids and condenser valve solenoid.

g. Secure wiring harness to Accelex motor saddle, blower housing cover, outer tub assembly bracket and base. For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

a. Loosen bolts securing motor clamps to motor saddles.

b. Remove clamps and lift motor out of saddles. Installation

a. Position motors in saddles with pulleys toward rear of machine.

b. Install motor clamps on saddles and secure. For correct motor alignment, refer to paragraph 6, page 51.

Figure No. 25

15. PRESSURE SWITCH

Removal, see Figure No. 26.

a. Remove screw securing pressure switch to bracket attached to main motor saddle.

b. Pull switch extension out of pressure switch hose.

Figure No. 24

14. MOTORS, MAIN AND ACCELEX

Removal, with pulleys and clutches attached. See Figure No. 25- Figure No. 26
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Installation

a. Position pressure switch extension into pressure switch hose.

b. Secure switch to bracket. For correct pressure switch adjustment, refer to paragraph 1, Adjustments, page 50.

16. MOTOR SADDLES

Removal, see Figure No. 27.

a. Remove screws securing pressure switch bracket to main motor saddle.

b. Remove nuts and washers securing motor saddles to outer tub bracket studs.

Installation

a. Locate saddles over outer tub bracket studs and secure with nuts and washers.

b. Position and secure pressure switch bracket to main motor saddle.

Both motor saddles are equipped with elongated holes for motor alignment and additional belt adjustment.

Figure No. 28

18. INNER TUB PULLEY ASSEMBLY

Removal, see Figure No. 29.

a. Remove screw and washer from inner tub shaft.

b. Remove inner tub pulley with drive key from inner tub shaft.

Installation

a. Position inner tub pulley over inner tub shaft.

b. Align key slots in shaft and pulley and tap key

Figure No. 27

17. AIR-WELL HOSE

Removal, see Figure No. 28.

a. Remove-clamp securing air-well hose to coned back of outer tub.

b. Remove hose clamp securing air-well hose to sump outlet opening.

c. Pull air-well hose off sump outlet.

d. Separate air-well hose from pressure switch extension hose.

Installation

a. Position hose clamp over sump outlet opening.

b. Moisten air-well hose and slide it over sump outlet.

c. Secure air-well hose to sump outlet with clamp.

d. Connect hose to pressure switch extension hose.

e. Secure hose to coned back of outer tub with

clamp.
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into position.

c. Secure pulley to shaft.

19. CONDENSER VALVE

Removal, with solenoid and screen attached. See

Figure No. 30.

a. Remove clamp securing condenser water outlet hose to condenser valve.

b. Disconnect valve coupling from water mixing valve.

Installation

a. Position and secure condenser valve with attached parts, to water mixing valve, making sure that seal and screen are properly located.

b. Secure water outlet hose to condenser valve.

c. Remove bracket with valve attached.

Installation

a. Position and secure water mixing valve bracket with valve attached to bracket on coned back of outer tub.

b. Locate hose clamp over water mixing valve outlet.

c. Install hose on water mixing valve outlet and secure with clamp.

21. IDLER PULLEY ASSEMBLY

Removal, with idler pulley arm, tension spring and

pulley attached. See Figure No. 32.

a. Remove hex head spindle stud and washers securing idler pulley assembly to coned back of outer tub.

b. Remove tension spring from bracket and pulley.

Installation

a. Position and secure idler pulley to coned back of outer tub.

b. Connect tension spring to bracket. Idler tension spring bracket is provided with three holes to automatically maintain correct belt tension on long "V" belt. For correct belt tension, refer to paragraph 7, Adjustments, page 51.

Figure No. 30

20. WATER MIXING VALVE

Removal, with bracket, solenoids and screens attached. See figure No. 31.

a. Remove hose clamp securing water mixing valve outlet hose to valve.

b. Remove screws securing water mixing valve bracket to lower section of coned back of outer tub.

22. PUMP ASSEMBLY

Removal, with pump inlet hose, discharge hoses and pump bracket attached. See Figure No. 33.

a. Remove screws securing pump bracket and lower service panel support bracket to base.

b. Remove hose clamp securing pump inlet hose to sump outlet.

c. Remove pump with hoses, connector and check valve attached.

Installation

a. Position and secure pump bracket and lower service panel support bracket to base.

b. Locate hose clamp over sump outlet.

c. Position pump inlet hose over sump outlet and

Figure No. 31 secure with clamp.
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d. Secure discharge hoses, with connector, to lower service panel.

Figure No. 33

23. CLAMPING RING ASSEMBLY

Removal, see Figure No. 34.

a. Place bridging, such as two wood 1" x 4"'s on floor in front of machine, spaced approximately fifteen inches apart.

b. Tip machine forward, with base assembly attached, onto bridging with front of machine facing downward.

c. Remove nut from bolt securing clamping ring.

d. Spread ring slightly and remove.

Installation

a. Install clamping ring over flange of outer tub and coned back of outer tub. The clamping ring op-

ening should be located at approximately eleven o'clock, facing rear of machine.

b. Install bolt through clamping ring lugs and secure.

24. INNER TUB ASSEMBLY

Removal, with coned back of outer tub and access

plate attached. See Figures No. 35-36.

a. Remove screws from bracket securing coned back of outer tub to base.

b. Remove screws from bracket securing front of outer tub to base.

c. Insert a hardwood wedge to separate the two sections of outer tub assembly.

d. Lift inner tub with coned back of outer tub attached, from outer tub assembly.
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The area in which the next disassembly steps are

performed should be protected to prevent damage

to the porcelain surfaces.

e. Lift inner tub assembly slightly off floor.

f. Tap shaft lightly with non-metallic mallet, forcing it downward out of outboard and inboard bearings. For easier installation of the inner tub assembly, remove the outboard bearings and sleeve from cone back of outer tub.

g. Pull rivets out of inner tub and clothes deflector, if inner tub is so equipped.

h. Remove deflector.

i. Clean excess bonding from inner tub.

Installation

a. Coat inner front flange of inner tub with 3M-ec 1300 adhesive.

b. Position deflector against tub flange and insert rivets through deflector and tub to secure. The rivet heads must be located toward rear of inner tub.

c. Position cone back of outer tub over inner tub shaft.

d. Install sleeve and outboard bearing. Protect the surface around outboard bearing with pad. Tap surface around bearing until inboard bearing is firmly seated on shoulder of inner tub shaft.

e. Install the assembled inner tub and cone back of outer tub into outer tub assembly.

f. Secure coned back of outer tub to base with bracket.

g. Secure front of outer tub to base with bracket.

25. CONED BACK OF OUTER TUB

For Removal and Installation of Coned Back of

Outer Tub, refer to previous paragraph 24, Inner Tub Assembly and see Figure No. 37.

26. OUTER TUB ASSEMBLY

Removal, with insulating material and speed nuts attached. See Figures No. 38-39.

a. Remove studs and lock washer securing outer tub to base assembly.

b. Lift outer tub off base.

Figure No. 38
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c. Remove rubber gaskets from base assembly flanges.

Installation

a. Position rubber gaskets on base flange.

b. Install outer tub on base assembly and secure with studs.

c. Place insulating material on outer tub. Torn or mutilated insulating material should be replaced.

27. BASE ASSEMBLY

For Removal and Installation of Base Assembly,

refer to paragraphs 24 and 26, Inner Tub Assembly

and Outer Tub Assembly and see Figure No. 40.

Figure No. 40

REPLACEMENT OF PARTS

CABINET TOP

See Figures No. 41-42-43-44.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Straighten tabs securing trim to cabinet top and remove trim.

2. Remove screw securing back splash and support bracket to cabinet top.

3. Remove back splash with trim and name plate attached.

4. Install and secure back splash and support bracket to replacement cabinet top.

5. Install cabinet top trim securing it by bending the trim tabs.

CABINET TOP TRIM See Figure No. 43.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1,


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Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Straighten tabs securing trim to cabinet top and remove trim.

2. Install replacement trim and bend tabs, securing trim to cabinet top.

CABINET TOP BACK SPLASH

See Figure No. 44.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove screws and speed nuts securing cabinet top back splash and paneL support bracket to cabinet top.

2. Remove cabinet top back splash.

3. Straighten tabs securing trim to cabinet top back splash and remove trim.

4. Force speed clips off name plate studs and remove name plate from back splash.

5. Install and secure name plate and trim to replacement cabinet top.

6. Position and secure back splash with bracket to cabinet top.

Figure No. 44

CYCLE TIMER CONTROL ASSEMBLY

See Figures No. 45-46.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove cycle indicator knob from cycle timer shaft, turning it counter-clockwise.

2. Remove screws with washers securing cycle indicator to pressure plate.

3. Pull indicator, spacer and pressure plate from timer shaft. Cycle indicator, spacer and pressure plate may be removed from timer shaft, in one assembly, providing the screws holding them together are not removed.

4. Remove screws with washers securing Auto-Stop Control to cam plate.

Figure No. 46

5. Slide cycle indicator hub spring from cam plate assembly.

6. Remove screws with washers securing cam retainer plate to the spacers of cycle timer.

7. Turn cam plate until slot is aligned with pin in shaft.

Turn timer shaft clockwise until pin in shaft is pointing toward lower cam retaining plate spacer. By placing the timer in this position the timer control may be completely assembled without turning the cycle timer shaft.

8. Position cam plate assembly over timer shaft.

9. Align slot in cam plate with pin in timer shaft.

10. Locate cam plate against timer shaft spacer.

11. Position cam retaining plate over timer shaft, against cam plate.

Threaded holes in cam plate assembly must be located in a horizontal position. Also the notch in retainer plate must be located in an upward position.

12. Force hub indicator spring over cam plate assembly.

13. Locate extended end of spring into notch of cam retainer plate and tighten with pliers.

14. Position Auto-Stop Control over timer shaft with "finger hold" in the "Off" position of dial.

15. Secure Auto-Stop Control with screws and washers.

16. Position pressure plate onto flat of timer shaft, following with spacer.

17. Align holes in spacer with pressure plate.

18. Position cycle indicator against spacer and se-
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cure to pressure plate.

Holes in cycle indicator and Auto-Stop Control are elongated for adjustment.

19. Turn cycle indicator control knob, clockwise, to thread onto timer shaft.

For correct adjustment of cycle timer control assembly, refer to paragraph 2, Adjustments, page 50.

CYCLE TIMER WITH ESCAPEMENT AND

TIMER MOTOR

See Figure No. 47.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1,

Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed

in the following manner:

1. Remove screws securing timer assembly bracket with timer attached to bracket of outer tub.

2. Disconnect wiring from timer assembly.

3. Remove bracket from timer assembly.

4. Secure replacement timer to timer bracket.

5. Connect wiring to timer assembly.

6. Position and secure timer bracket with timer attached to bracket of outer tub.

For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

TIMER MOTOR

See Figure No. 48.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect wiring from timer motor.

2. Remove nuts securing timer motor to escapement studs. Do not separate timer from escapement.

Replace only the complete unit. Any attempt to repair these units will void the warranty.

3. Position and secure replacement timer motor over studs of escapement, making sure that timer motor pinion gear is properly meshed with escapement.

Figure No. 48

TEMP SELECTOR SWITCH CONTROL KNOB

See Figure No. 49.

1. Remove screw securing temp selector switch control knob to control arm assembly.

2. Position and secure replacement temp selector switch control knob to control arm assembly.

Figure No. 49

CONTROL PANEL

See Figure No. 50.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Turn cycle indicator knob counter-clockwise and remove from timer shaft.

2. Remove screws with washers and lock washers securing cycle indicator to pressure plate.

Cycle indicator, spacer and pressure plate may be removed in one assembly by not removing the two screws securing them together.
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3. Remove screws with washers and lock washers securing Auto-Stop Control to cam plate assembly.

4. Loosen screw securing temp selector switch control knob to control knob assembly and remove knob.

5. Remove speed clips securing control panel to cabinet.

6. Position studs of replacement control panel through holes in cabinet and secure to cabinet with speed clips.

7. Position and secure temp selector switch control knob to control arm assembly.

8. Position and secure Auto-Stop Control to cam plate assembly.

9. Position pressure plate onto flat of timer shaft followed by spacer.

10. Align holes in spacer with pressure plate.

11. Position cycle indicator against spacer and secure to pressure plate.

Holes in cycle indicator and Auto-Stop Control are elongated for adjustment.

12. Turn cycle indicator knob, clockwise, to thread onto timer shaft.

For correct adjustment of cycle timer control assembly, refer to paragraph 2, Adjustments, page 50.

tub.

3. Remove access plate and rubber washers from tub.

4. Position rubber washers, one under each end of plate.

5. Position access plate and secure with screws, making sure that screws are positioned through the rubber washers.

Caution should be exercised not to "burr" screws during removal and installation.

Figure No. 50

KICK PLATE

See Figure No. 51.

1. Remove screws securing kick plate to lower front section of cabinet assembly.

2. Position and secure replacement kick plate to lower front section of cabinet assembly.

ACCESS PLATE

See Figure No. 52.

1. Fully open cabinet door and rotate inner tub until access plate is positioned at approximately six o'clock facing front of machine.

2. Remove screws securing access plate to inner
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CABINET DOOR ASSEMBLY

See Figures No. 53-54.

1. Remove screws securing cabinet door assembly to cabinet door hinges.

2. Remove screws securing cabinet door liner, door glass and seal to cabinet door.

3. Remove screw with lock washer securing cabinet door knob to cabinet door latch.

4. Remove rivets securing cabinet door latch to cabinet door.

5. Position and secure cabinet door latch to cabinet door.

6. Position and secure cabinet door knob.

7. Position door glass seal over door glass.

8. Position door glass with seal attached against cabinet door.

Door glass is installed in cabinet door with smooth side of glass facing inward.

9. Position and secure door liner to cabinet door, being sure that screws securing door liner are securely tightened to form a water-tight seal around glass.

10. Position and secure cabinet door assembly to cabinet door hinges.

CABINET DOOR LINER, GLASS AND SEAL

See Figure No. 54.

Refer to previous paragraph for replacement of cabinet door Liner, Glass or Seal.

CONTROL PANEL LIGHTS

See Figure No. 55.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Exert pressure inward on bulb, turning it counter-clockwise to release it from light socket.

2. Position replacement bulb into light socket and apply pressure inward on bulb, turning it clockwise to secure it.

TEMP SELECTOR SWITCH

See Figure No. 56.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove wiring from switch.

Figure No 53 2. Loosen set screw securing temp selector switch
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shaft to temp selector switch control arm assembly.

3. Remove nut and lock washer securing temp selector switch to cabinet assembly bracket.

4. Remove switch from bracket and temp selector switch control arm assembly.

5. Position and secure replacement temp selector switch to cabinet bracket.

6. Position and secure temp selector switch control arm assembly to flat of switch shaft, being sure that control arm operates freely in temp selector control arm opening.

7. Connect wiring to switch.

For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

TEMP SELECTOR SWITCH CONTROL ARM

with light shield attached, see Figure No. 57.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Loosen screw securing temp selector switch control knob to control arm assembly and remove knob.

2. Remove set screw securing temp selector switch control arm to temp selector switch shaft.

3. Remove screw securing light socket to temp selector switch control arm assembly.

4. Loosen nut with lock washer securing temp selector switch assembly to bracket of cabinet assembly.

5. Remove temp selector switch assembly from slotted hole in cabinet bracket, and control arm assembly.

6. Position and secure light socket to replacement control arm assembly.

7. Position temp selector switch with control arm assembly to cabinet bracket.

8. Tighten nut securing temp selector switch to cabinet bracket.

Operate temp selector switch arm, moving it

from "Warm" to "Hot" position and check for free operation.

9. Tighten screw securing temp selector switch control arm to shaft.

TEMP SELECTOR WINDOWS

See Figure No. 58.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Straighten tabs that secure window to control panel.

2. Push windows inward and remove.

3. Position replacement windows and secure by bending the tabs.

The window indicating "Hot" is located nearest to cycle timer.

Figure No. 58

DOOR SWITCH

See Figure No. 59.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Loosen screws securing cabinet door switch

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bracket and cabinet hinge to side of cabinet door well.

2. Remove bracket with switch attached.

3. Disconnect wiring from door switch terminals.

4. Remove switch from switch bracket.

5. Secure replacement switch to bracket.

6. Connect wiring to switch terminals.

7. Secure switch bracket to inside of cabinet door well.

For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

SAFETY THERMOSTAT

See Figure No. 60.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect wiring from safety thermostat.

2. Remove nuts with washers securing safety thermostat and gasket to heater element cover.

3. Position safety thermostat with gasket on heater element cover and secure tightly to form a positive seal.

5. Loosen screws, in side of cabinet door well, securing switch bracket and hinge bracket to cabinet.

6. Remove screws securing wiring harness clips to Accelex Motor saddle, blower housing cover and outer tub brackets.

7. Remove clips from wiring harness.

8. Remove two metal clips securing wiring harness to base assembly flanges and remove clips from wiring harness.

9. Disconnect wiring from cycle timer assembly, temp selector switch, control panel lights, heater elements, safety thermostat, cyclstat, main motor, Accelex Motor, blower solenoid, pressure switch, terminal block, pump motor leads, water mixing valve solenoids and condenser valve solenoid terminals and remove complete wiring harness.

10. Position replacement wiring harness over top of outer tub and blower assembly. Connect wiring to cycle timer assembly terminals.

11. Position and secure timer bracket with timer assembly attached to bracket on outer tub assembly.

Figure No. 60

Figure No. 61

WIRING HARNESS ASSEMBLY

with cycle timer, temp selector switch, door switch, line connectors and clips attached. See Figures No.

61-62.

Remove cabinet top, upper and lower service panels, referring to paragraphs 1, 2, and 3, Dismantling and Reassembly, pages 14 and 15 and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove nuts securing the three-wire supply line to terminal block.

2. Remove screw securing timer brackets, with timer attached, to outer tub bracket.

3. Remove nut and washer securing temp selector switch to cabinet bracket.

4. Loosen set screw securing temp selector switch

shaft to control arm. Figure No. 62
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12. Connect wiring to door switch terminals and secure door switch bracket with switch attached to hinge bracket.

13. Position and secure temp selector switch to cabinet bracket.

14. Connect wiring to temp selector switch, control panel lights, heating element, safety thermostat, cyclstat, main motor, Accelex Motor, blower solenoid, pressure switch, terminal block, pump motor leads, water mixing valve solenoids and condenser valve solenoid.

15. Position clips on wiring harness and secure to Accelex Motor saddle, blower housing cover, outer tub bracket and base .assembly flanges. For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

BLOWER BELTS See Figure No. 63.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove belts from blower drive and blower pulleys.

2. Position replacement belts over blower drive pulley and blower pulley.

For correct motor pulley alignment and belt adjustment, refer to paragraphs 3 and 6, Adjustments, pages 50 and 51.

Figure No. 63

SHORT BELT

See Figure No. 64.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove belts from blower drive pulley and blower pulley.

2. Remove long "V" belt from tub drive pulley and inner tub pulley.

3. Remove front clamp from main motor saddle.

4. Loosen rear main motor saddle clamp and raise rear of motor to release short belt from large and

small tumble pulleys.

5. Raise main motor to install short belt on both large and small tumble pulleys.

6. Position and secure clamps to motor saddle.

7. Install long "V" belt onto tub drive and inner tub pulleys.

8. Install blower belts on blower drive and blower pulleys.

For correct motor alignment and adjustments, also proper belt tension, refer to paragraphs 4 and 6, Adjustments, pages 50 and 51.

Figure No. 64

MAIN MOTOR

See Figures No. 65-66.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:


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1. Disconnect wiring from motor terminals.

2. Loosen bolts in motor saddle clamps and remove.

3. Remove belts from blower drive pulley and blower pulley.

4. Remove short belt from large and small tumble pulleys.

5. Remove motor with pulleys attached from motor saddle.

6. Remove hollow pin securing small tumble pulley to motor shaft and release pulley sleeve from shaft.

7. Remove small tumble pulley with clutch spring, spring cover and blower drive pulley attached.

8. Install and secure small tumble pulley with attached parts to replacement main motor.

9. Position main motor with pulleys into motor saddle and install short belt on large and small tumble pulleys.

10. Secure motor to saddle with clamps.

11. Install belts on blower drive and blower pulleys.

12. Connect wiring to main motor terminals.

For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60. For correct motor alignment and adjustment, also proper belt tension, refer to paragraphs 3, 4, 5 and 6, Adjustments, pages 50 and 51.

Figure No. 66

ACCELEX MOTOR

See Figure No. 67.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove wiring from Accelex motor terminals.

2. Remove short belt from large and small tumble pulleys.

3. Remove long "V" belt from tub drive pulley and inner tub pulley.

4. Loosen bolts in motor clamps and remove clamps from saddle.

5. Remove Accelex motor from saddle with large tumble pulley and tub drive pulley attached.

6. Loosen set screw securing tub drive pulley to Accelex motor shaft.

7. Remove retaining ring securing large tumble pulley with spring and cover attached to pulley sleeve.

8. Remove hollow pin securing pulley sleeve to motor shaft and remove sleeve.

9. Position pulley sleeve over replacement Accelex motor shaft and secure with pin.

10. Position and secure large tumble pulley with spring and cover attached, to pulley sleeve with retaining ring.

11. Position and secure tub drive pulley to motor shaft.

12. Position replacement Accelex motor into saddle and secure with clamps.

13. Replace belts.

14. Connect wiring to motor terminals.

For correct motor pulley alignment and belt adjustment, refer to paragraphs 3, 4, 5 and 6, Adjustments, pages 50 and 51. For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

Figure No. 67

MAIN MOTOR SADDLE

See Figure No. 68.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect wiring from motor and blower solenoid terminals.
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2. Remove belts from pulleys.

3. Loosen bolts in motor clamps securing motor to motor saddle.

4. Remove motor clamps and lift motor from saddle.

5. Remove nuts with washers securing motor saddle to outer tub bracket.

6. Remove saddle with blower solenoid and pressure switch attached.

7. Remove screws securing solenoid and pressure switch bracket to motor saddle.

8. Position and secure blower solenoid bracket with solenoid attached and pressure switch bracket with pressure switch to replacement motor saddle.

9. Position and secure motor saddle to outer tub bracket.

10. Install motor in saddle and secure with motor clamps.

11. Install belts.

12. Connect wiring to blower solenoid and main motor terminals.

For correct motor alignment and adjustment, also proper belt tension, refer to paragraphs

3, 4, 5 and 6, Adjustments, pages 50 and 51. For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

1. Disconnect wiring from motor terminals.

2. Remove belts from pulleys.

3. Loosen bolts in motor clamps and remove clamps from motor saddle.

4. Remove motor.

5. Remove nuts with washers securing motor saddle to outer tub bracket and remove saddle.

6. Position and secure replacement saddle to outer tub bracket.

7. Position Accelex motor into motor saddle and secure with clamps.

8. Replace belts.

9. Connect wiring to motor terminals.

For correct motor alignment and adjustments, also proper belt tension, refer to paragraphs

3, 4, 5 and 6, Adjustments, pages 50 and 51. For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

Figure No. 68

ACCELEX MOTOR SADDLE

See Figure No. 69.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

Figure No. 69

SMALL TUMBLE PULLEY

See Figure No. 70.

Remove cabinet top and upper service panel, referring to paragraphs 1 and 3, Dismantling and Reassembly, pages 14 and 15, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove belts from blower drive and blower pulleys.

2. Remove retaining ring and washer from pulley sleeve and remove blower drive pulley.

3. Remove clutch drive spring with cover.

4. Remove short belt from large and small tumble pulleys.

5. Remove hollow pin securing small tumble pulley to motor shaft and remove pulley.

6. Position and secure replacement small tumble pulley onto motor shaft with hollow pin.

7. Replace short belt on large and small tumble pulleys.

8. Replace clutch drive spring and cover, being sure the spring extension is assembled into slot of spring cover and in a downward position, over
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the blower solenoid plunger.

9. Position and secure blower drive pulley to sleeve with retaining ring.

10. Install belts.

For correct motor alignment and adjustments, also proper belt tension, refer to paragraphs 4 and 6, Adjustments, pages 50 and 51.

Figure No. 70

BLOWER SOLENOID

See Figure No. 71.

Figure No. 71

Remove upper service panel, referring to paragraph 3, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 15, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect wiring from solenoid terminals.

2. Remove screws securing blower solenoid bracket to main motor saddle and remove.

3. Remove upper cotter pin from plunger, and lower cotter pin securing plunger to solenoid.

4. Lift plunger upward and out of solenoid bracket guide.

5. Remove cup washer and plunger spring from solenoid bracket guide.

6. Remove screws with lock washers and nuts securing solenoid to solenoid bracket.

7. Position and secure replacement solenoid to solenoid bracket.

8. Position plunger spring and cup washer between solenoid bracket guides and insert solenoid plunger through solenoid guide bracket, cup washer and plunger spring.

9. Install lower cotter pin through holes in solenoid and solenoid plunger.

10. Compress spring with cup washer and install cotter pin through solenoid plunger.

11. Position and secure solenoid bracket to main motor saddle.

12. Connect wires to solenoid terminals.

CYCLSTAT

See Figure No. 72.

Remove upper service panel, referring to paragraph 3, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 15, and

proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect wiring from cyclstat terminals.

2. Remove screws with lock washers securing cyclstat to upper section of blower wheel housing opening and remove cyclstat.

Replacement cyclstat must be positioned with the single spade-type terminal downward for correct wiring location and correct operation of temp selector switch.

3. Position and secure replacement cyclstat to upper section of blower wheel housing opening.

All seals and/or sealing material must be replaced when seal is broken, to obtain the posi-
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tive seal required. For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

TUB DRIVE PULLEY

See Figure No. 73.

Remove upper service panel, referring to paragraph 3, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 15, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove long "V" belt from tub drive and inner tub pulleys.

2. Loosen set screw securing tub drive pulley to Accelex motor shaft and remove pulley from shaft.

3. Position and secure replacement tub drive pulley on Accelex motor shaft with set screw.

4. Replace long "V" belt on tub drive and inner tub pulley.

For correct motor pulley alignment and belt adjustment, refer to paragraphs 5 and 6, Adjustments, page 51.

attached parts on pulley sleeve with retaining ring.

8. Replace short belt on large and small tumble pulleys.

9. Position and secure tub drive pulley to Accelex motor shaft with set screw.

10. Replace long "V" belt on tub drive and inner tub pulleys.

For correct motor pulley alignment and belt adjustment, refer to paragraphs 5 and 6, Adjustments, page 51.

Figure No. 73 LARGE TUMBLE PULLEY

with clutch spring and cover attached. See Figure No. 74.

Remove upper service panel, referring to paragraph 3, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 15, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove long "V" belt and short belt.

2. Loosen set screw securing tub drive pulley to Accelex motor shaft and remove pulley from shaft.

3. Remove retaining ring securing large tumble pulley, clutch spring and spring cover to pulley sleeve of Accelex motor shaft.

4. Remove pulley with attached parts from pulley sleeve.

5. Remove clutch spring and cover from large tumble pulley.

6. Position clutch spring and cover on replacement large tumble pulley.

7. Position and secure large tumble pulley with

Figure No. 74

LARGE TUMBLE PULLEY CLUTCH SPRING

See Figure No. 74.

Refer to previous paragraph, Large Tumble Pulley, for removal and replacement of large tumble pulley clutch spring.

BLOWER PULLEY

See Figure No. 75.

Remove upper service panel, referring to paragraph 3, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 15, and proceed in the following manner:

Figure No. 75
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1. Remove twin belts from blower drive pulley and blower pulley.

2. Loosen, do not remove set screw securing blower pulley to blower shaft and remove pulley.

3. Position and secure replacement blower pulley to blower shaft with set screw.

4. Install blower belts.

IDLER PULLEY ASSEMBLY

See Figures No. 76-77.

Remove upper service panel, referring to paragraph 3, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 15, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove tension spring from spring adjustment bracket located on cone back of outer tub.

2. Remove spindle stud, washers and spacers securing idler pulley arm to cone back of outer tub.

3. Remove retaining ring and washer securing idler pulley to idler arm spindle.

4. Remove nut securing idler arm spindle to idler arm assembly.

5. Position and secure idler arm spindle to idler arm.

6. Position and secure replacement idler pulley to

idler arm spindle with washer and retaining ring.

7. Position and secure idler arm with pulley and spacers to cone back of outer tub.

8. Connect tension spring to adjustment bracket. Idler tension spring adjustment bracket is provided with three holes so that correct belt tension can automatically be maintained on long "V" belt. For correct belt tension, refer to paragraph 5, Adjustments, page 51.

LONG "V" BELT

See Figure No. 78.

Remove upper service panel, referring to paragraph 3, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 15, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Force idler pulley away from belt to release tension.

2. Remove long "V" belt from tub drive and inner tub pulleys.

3. Position replacement long "V" belt on tub drive and inner tub pulleys.

4. Position idler pulley against belt.

For correct belt adjustment, refer to paragraph

5, Adjustments, page 51.

BLOWER DRIVE CLUTCH SPRING

See Figure No. 66.

Refer to paragraph Small Tumble Pulley, Replacement of Parts, pages 33 and 34, for replacement of blower drive pulley clutch spring.

INNER TUB PULLEY ASSEMBLY

See Figures No. 79-80.
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Remove upper service panel, referring to paragraph 3, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 15, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Force idler pulley away from long "V" belt and remove belt from pulleys.

2. Remove bolt with lock washer securing inner tub pulley to inner tub shaft and remove pulley.

3. Remove screws with lock washers securing clutch housing assembly to pulley and lift out clutch housing assembly.

4. Remove both top and bottom retaining rings from clutch housing assembly.

5. Remove both inboard and outboard clutch bearing sleeves.

Carefully note positioning of clutch cam before disassembly.

6. Lift clutch cam from clutch housing sufficiently for the clutch rollers and the small clutch roller springs to be released.

7. Insert outboard clutch bearing sleeve into the clutch housing.

8. Position clutch roller springs into recess of clutch cam.

9. Compress springs completely and position clutch rollers to right of springs.

Use a rubber band to retain clutch springs and rollers in position until clutch cam is positioned into housing.

10. Install the inboard clutch bearing sleeve over clutch cam into clutch housing.

11. Replace top and bottom retaining rings.

12. Position and secure clutch housing assembly into inner tub pulley.

13. Position pulley over inner tub shaft and locate drive key into slots of pulley and shaft.

14. Secure pulley to inner tub shaft.

15. Position long "V" belt over tub drive and inner tub shaft pulleys.

16. Position idler pulley against belt.

For correct belt adjustment, refer to paragraph 4, Adjustments, pages 50 and 51.

Figure No. 80

PRESSURE SWITCH

See Figure No. 81.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraph 1, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect wiring from switch terminals.

2. Remove screw and washer securing pressure switch assembly to switch bracket.

3. Pull pressure switch extension out of pressure switch extension hose.

4. Insert replacement pressure switch extension into hose.

5. Secure switch to bracket.

6. Connect wiring to switch terminals.

For correct pressure switch adjustment, refer to paragraph 1, Adjustments, page 50. For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

Figure No. 8 1

AIR-WELL HOSE

See Figure No. 82.

Remove upper and lower service panels, referring to paragraphs 2 and 3, Dismantling and Reassembly, pages 14 and 15, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove terminal block bracket with terminal Figure No. 7 block attached.
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2. Remove clamp securing air-well hose to cone back of outer tub.

3. Remove hose clamps securing air-well hose to sump outlet opening.

4. Pull air-well hose off sump outlet.

5. Separate air-well hose from pressure switch hose.

6. Position hose clamp over outer tub sump outlet.

7. Position and secure replacement air-well hose to outer tub sump outlet with clamp.

8. Connect air-well hose to pressure switch extension hose.

9. Secure hose to cone back of outer tub with clamp.

10. Install terminal block bracket.

Remove lower service panel, referring to paragraph 2, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove wiring from terminal block terminals.

2. Remove screws securing terminal block to base plate bracket.

3. Position and secure replacement terminal block to base plate.

4. Position and secure inner leads to terminals.

5. Install ground wire to center terminal, providing it is required.

For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

CONDENSER VALVE ASSEMBLY

with solenoid and screen attached. See Figure No.

84.

Figure No. 82

TERMINAL BLOCK

See Figure No. 83.

Figure No. 84

Remove lower service panel, referring to paragraph 2, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect wiring from condenser valve solenoid terminals.

2. Remove hose clamp securing condenser water outlet hose and remove.

3. Disconnect coupling from water mixing valve and remove condenser valve.

4. Place valve on a protected and clean working surface.

The following steps indicate method of disassembling and replacing component parts of Figure No. 83 condenser valve:
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5. Remove plate securing gasket and diaphragm to valve body.

6. Remove gasket and diaphragm.

7. Remove speed clip securing solenoid to valve bonnet and remove solenoid.

8. Remove bonnet nut plunger spring and plunger from valve body.

9. Remove bonnet with plunger spring and plunger located inside bonnet.

10. Remove rubber seal from inboard valve coupling opening.

11. Position and secure bonnet plunger with plunger spring located inside bonnet to valve body with bonnet nut.

12. Position and secure solenoid to valve bonnet with speed clip.

13. Position diaphragm into valve body outlet.

14. Position and secure plate with gasket to valve body outlet.

15. Insert rubber seal into inboard coupling opening.

16. Press screen into valve intake opening.

17. Position and secure condenser valve assembly to the "Cold" water intake of water mixing valve.

18. Position and secure water outlet hose to condenser valve outlet with hose clamp.

CONDENSER VALVE SOLENOID

See Figure No. 84.

Remove lower service panel, referring to paragraph 2, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect wiring from solenoid terminals.

2. Remove speed clip securing solenoid to condenser valve and remove solenoid.

3. Position replacement solenoid over valve bonnet and secure with speed clip.

4. Connect wiring to solenoid terminals.

WATER MIXING VALVE

with solenoids and screens attached. See Figure No.

85.

Remove lower service panel, referring to paragraph 2, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect and remove condenser valve coupling securing condenser valve to water mixing valve.

2. Disconnect wiring from solenoid terminals.

3. Remove water mixing valve.

4. Remove hose clamp and water inlet hose to mixing valve outlet.

The following steps indicate method of disassembling and replacing component parts of mixing valve:

5. Place valve on clean working surface.

6. Remove screws securing the "Hot" solenoid assembly and bracket to mixing valve body.

7. Remove needle valve tube.

Figure No. 85

8. Remove diaphragm, needle valve and spring from needle valve tube.

9. Remove screws securing the "Cold" solenoid assembly and bracket to mixing valve body. Follow same steps as with "Hot" solenoid.

10. Remove screws securing clamping ring, outlet plate flow washer and outlet plate gasket to mixing valve body.

11. Remove screws securing cover plate gasket, spring, element retainer, element retaining ring, piston, saddle assembly and return spring to valve body.

12. Remove screen and washer from "Hot" water and screen from "Cold" water inlet opening.

13. Remove screw securing flow washer and diaphragm to mixing valve body and "Cold" water inlet.

14. Secure diaphragm and flow washer in "Cold" water inlet.

15. Press screen into "Cold" water inlet.

16. Press washer and screen into "Hot" water inlet.

17. Install return spring, saddle assembly, piston, retaining ring, thermal element, element retainer, spring, gasket and cover plate in opening of mixing valve body.

18. Install and secure flow washer and outlet plate.

19. Install gasket, outlet plate and clamping ring in cover plate opening of mixing valve body.

20. Install spring needle valve and diaphragm in needle valve tube, then such tube in "Hot" solenoid coil.
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21. Position and secure bracket with solenoid onto valve body.

22. Repeat No. 20 and 21 for "Cold" solenoid coil.

23. Connect water inlet tube hose to mixing valve outlet with clamp.

24. Connect mixing valve bracket to bracket located on cone back of outer tub.

25. Secure condenser valve assembly to "Cold" water inlet side of mixing valve.

26. Connect wiring to mixing valve solenoid terminals.

For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

WATER MIXING VALVE SOLENOIDS

See Figure No. 85.

Remove lower service panel, referring to paragraph 2, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect wiring from solenoid terminals.

2. Remove screw securing water mixing valve and condenser valve to cone back of outer tub.

3. Remove screws securing solenoids and brackets to valve body.

4. Position and secure replacement solenoids with brackets to valve body.

5. Position and secure water mixing valve with condenser valve attached to cone back of outer tub.

6. Connect wiring to solenoid terminals.

For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

PUMP ASSEMBLY--WITH CHECK VALVE

See Figure No. 86.

Remove lower service panel, referring to paragraph 2, Dismantling and Reassembly, page 14, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect wiring from pump motor leads.

2. Remove hose clamp securing short pump outlet hose to pump and remove hose with discharge hose, hose clamps and connector attached.

3. Remove hose clamp securing pump inlet hose to pump.

4. Remove screws with lock washers and nuts securing pump bracket and lower service panel support bracket to base.

5. Remove screws securing pump assembly to pump bracket.

The following steps indicate method of disassembling and replacing component parts of pump assembly.

6. Loosen screw securing cooling fan to armature shaft and remove fan.

7. Remove screws securing pump body with check valve to coupling head.

8. Turn pump impeller counter-clockwise to remove it from impeller shaft.

9. Pull snap-in seal and liner from coupling head.

10. Remove water slinger from armature shaft.

11. Remove screws with washers securing pump bearing, fan end, assembly to motor.

12. Pull armature with pump bearing assembly attached out of motor.

13. Remove pump bearing assembly from armature shaft.

14. Remove screws with washers securing motor with motor poles and thermostat group attached to coupling head.

15. Pull bearing assembly, impeller end, off coupling head.

16. Position pump bearing assembly on coupling head, being sure that oil hole is located in the upward position.

17. Position and secure motor with motor poles and thermostat group attached to coupling head, being sure that pump motor leads are positioned through bottom opening in coupling head.

18. Position armature into motor.

19. Position pump bearing assembly on armature shaft, being sure that oil hole is in upward position and secure pump bearing assembly to motor.

20. Position and secure cooling fan to armature shaft.

21. Position water slinger on armature shaft.

22. Position snap-in seal and liner on armature shaft, being sure that seal flange is evenly seated against inner shoulder of coupling head.

23. Install impeller on armature shaft.
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24. Position and secure pump body with check valve to coupling head.

25. Position and secure pump bracket with pump assembly attached and lower service panel support bracket to base.

26. Install and secure pump inlet to pump.

27. Install and secure short pump outlet hose, discharge hose and connector attached to pump outlet.

28. Connect wiring to pump motor leads.

CABINET ASSEMBLY

with cabinet door assembly, control panel assembly,

serial number plate and front cabinet support bracket attached. See Figures No. 87-88.

Remove cabinet top, referring to paragraphs 1,

2, 3 and 4, Dismantling and Reassembly, pages 14,

15 and 16, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Loosen screw securing temp selector switch control knob and remove knob.

2. Loosen nut securing temp selector switch to cabinet bracket.

Position temp selector switch with control arm shield and bracket attached toward rear of machine to allow sufficient clearance for removal of cabinet.

3. Disconnect wiring from light socket leads.

4. Remove screw securing light socket bracket to cabinet bracket.

5. Loosen screws securing cabinet door switch bracket to cabinet and position switch bracket with switch attached toward rear of machine.

6. Remove screws located inside cabinet door in cabinet well securing cabinet to outer tub assembly brackets.

7. Remove cabinet door seal.

8. Remove screws securing kick plate to bottom front of cabinet assembly.

9. Remove screws securing cabinet sides to base assembly.

10. Remove screws securing front cabinet support bracket.

11. Remove cabinet assembly with cabinet door assembly, control panel assembly, front cabinet support bracket and cabinet hinge attached, lifting cabinet upward.

Be careful not to damage water inlet tube, condenser water inlet tube and cyclstat terminals.

12. Remove speed clips securing control panel assembly to cabinet.

13. Remove screws securing cabinet support bracket to front of cabinet.

14. Remove screws securing door catch to cabinet.

15. Tap out pins securing cabinet door hinges to cabinet assembly hinge and lift off cabinet door assembly.

Figure No. 88

16. Remove screws securing cabinet hinge to cabinet.

17. Remove serial number plate, tapping drive screws out lightly.

18. Secure serial number plate to replacement cabinet with drive screws.

19. Position and secure cabinet hinge to cabinet.

20. Position and secure cabinet door hinges to cabinet hinge with door hinge pins.
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21. Position and secure front cabinet support bracket to cabinet.

22. Install control panel to top front of cabinet and secure with speed clips.

23. Position cabinet assembly over chassis assembly, being careful not to damage water inlet tube, condenser water inlet tube assemblies and cycl-stat terminals.

24. Partially thread upper front screw into outer tub front bracket to temporarily hold cabinet in this position.

25. Moisten cabinet door seal and position seal over flange of outer tub and over cabinet door opening.

Placing a wood or fiber wedge between front of cabinet bottom and base will allow additional clearance for the installation of door seal.

26. Position seal around both outer tub and cabinet flanges and form a positive water tight seal, that is required.

27. Remove wedge and install remaining screws securing cabinet to outer tub assembly brackets.

28. Position and secure kick plate to lower front section of cabinet.

29. Secure cabinet to base.

30. Secure front cabinet support bracket to outer tub brackets.

31. Position and secure cabinet door switch bracket with switch attached to cabinet hinge screws.

32. Position and secure light socket to cabinet bracket.

33. Connect wiring to light socket leads.

34. Position and secure temp selector switch with control arm, shield and bracket attached to cabinet bracket.

35. Secure temp selector switch control knob to temp selector switch control arm assembly.

For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

CABINET DOOR HINGES

See Figure No. 89.

Remove cabinet assembly, referring to paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Dismantling and Reassembly, pages 14, 15 and 16, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove screws securing cabinet door assembly to cabinet door hinges.

2. Tap out hinge pins securing cabinet door hinges to cabinet hinge brackets and remove door.

3. Remove hinges from cabinet door.

4. Position and secure replacement hinges to cabinet door.

5. Position and secure cabinet door hinges to cabinet hinge brackets.

WATER INLET TUBE ASSEMBLY

See Figure No. 90.

Remove cabinet assembly, referring to paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Dismantling and Reassembly, pages 14, 15 and 16, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove screw securing water inlet tube and condenser tube assemblies to front bracket of outer tub.

2. Remove screw securing water inlet tube assembly to outer tub bracket.

3. Remove hose clamp securing water inlet hose to water inlet tube and remove hose from tube.

4. Pull water inlet tube assembly with water boot out of opening in outer tub.

5. Position replacement water inlet tube assembly with water boot attached into opening of outer tub.

6. Install water inlet tube into hose and secure with clamp.
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7. Secure water inlet tube assembly to outer tub bracket.

8. Secure water inlet tube and condenser inlet tube assemblies to front bracket of outer tub.

WATER INLET TUBE BOOT

See Figure No. 90.

Refer to previous paragraph, Water Inlet Tube

Assembly for replacement of water inlet tube boot.

CONDENSER WATER INLET TUBE ASSEMBLY

See Figure No. 91.

Remove cabinet assembly, referring to paragraphs

1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Dismantling and Reassembly, pages

14, 15 and 16, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove screw securing condenser water inlet tube and water inlet tube assemblies to front bracket of outer tub.

2. Remove condenser water inlet tube from outer tub opening and support bracket located inside of outer tub.

3. Remove grommet from outer tub opening.

A rubber sleeve is positioned inside support bracket of outer tub and may, in some instances, be pulled out when condenser tube is removed.

4. Position grommet on replacement condenser water inlet tube assembly.

5. Position condenser water inlet tube through opening of outer tub and into rubber sleeve located inside support bracket.

6. Position grommet into opening of outer tub.

7. Secure condenser water inlet tube and water inlet tube assemblies to front bracket of outer tub.

BLOWER WHEEL

with blower housing cover attached. See Figure No. 92.

Remove cabinet assembly, referring to paragraphs

1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Dismantling and Reassembly, pages

14, 15 and 16, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect wiring from cyclstat terminals.

2. Remove blower belts.

3. Remove nuts from bolts securing blower housing cover to blower housing.

4. Remove bolts and wiring harness clips.

5. Remove nuts from studs securing blower housing cover to studs on cone back of outer tub.

6. Remove blower housing cover with gasket from blower housing.

7. Remove set screw securing blower wheel to blower housing shaft and remove blower wheel.

8. Position and secure replacement blower wheel on blower housing cover shaft.

Sufficient clearance between blower wheel and blower housing cover must be allowed for free operation.

9. Position blower housing cover with gasket on studs of cone back of outer tub.

10. Install wiring harness clips on bolts and insert bolts through blower housing and blower housing cover.

II. Secure bolts with nuts.

Tighten all nuts securely and evenly to obtain the positive seal required.

12. Connect wiring to cyclstat terminals.

For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

Figure No. 92

BLOWER WHEEL HOUSING

See Figures No. 93-94.

Remove cabinet assembly, referring to paragraphs Figure No. 91 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Dismantling and Reassembly, pages
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Figure No. 93

14, 15 and 16, and proceed in the following mariner:

1. Remove blower belts.

2. Remove nuts securing blower wheel housing to studs of coned back of outer tub.

3. Remove screws with spacers securing housing to brackets of outer tub.

4. Remove screws securing housing to air duct.

5. Remove housing from outer tub and air duct openings.

6. Remove nuts from bolts securing cover to blower housing.

7. Remove wiring harness clips.

8. Remove housing cover with gasket from blower housing.

9. Loosen set screw securing blower wheel to housing cover shaft.

10. Remove wheel.

11. Loosen set screw securing blower pulley to shaft.

12. Remove pulley.

The following steps indicate method of disassembling and replacing component parts of blower housing:

13. Lift out cup, rubber and fiber washers from each end of blower cover.

14. Drive out housing cover shaft, using a non-me-tallic mallet.

15. Remove wick.

16. Remove blower wheel bearing.

17. Lightly tap slinger from blower housing shaft.

18. Remove bearing from housing.

19. Install bearing into replacement housing.

20. Install blower bearing into cover.

21. Position slinger onto blower housing cover shaft.

22. Carefully tap blower shaft into cover housing until it extends approximately one and one-quarter inches beyond the outboard cup washer.

23. Place fiber, rubber and cup washers over ends of blower shaft.

24. Carefully tap cup washers to seat them flush with cover bearings.

25. Install and secure blower wheel to shaft. There must be sufficient clearance between wheel and cup washer to permit free operation.

26. Position blower cover with gasket and secure to blower housing.

27. Secure housing to stud of coned back of outer tub.

28. Secure blower housing to air duct opening and outer tub opening.

29. Secure blower housing to outer tub brackets.

30. Secure blower pulley to shaft.

31. Install blower belts.

32. Connect wiring to cyclstat terminals.

For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

AIR DUCT

with heater elements, cover and safety thermostat

attached. See Figure No. 95.

Remove cabinet assembly, referring to paragraphs

1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Dismantling and Reassembly, pages

14, 15 and 16, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect wiring from heater elements and safety thermostat terminals.

2. Remove screws with washers securing air duct and air duct clamping flange to flange of duct opening in front section of outer tub assembly.
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3. Remove screws securing air duct to front bracket of outer tub.

4. Remove screws securing air duct to blower wheel housing and remove air duct.

5. Remove screws securing element cover to front of air duct.

6. Remove element cover with heater elements, safety thermostat and insulation attached.

7. Position and secure element cover with attached parts to replacement air ducts.

8. Position clamping flange over front opening of air duct.

9. Position air duct over blower wheel housing opening and into air duct opening in front section of outer tub.

10. Secure air duct to housing.

11. Secure air duct clamping flange to flange of duct opening in front section of outer tub.

12. Secure air duct to front brackets of outer tub.

13. Install and secure insulating material to air duct. Replace torn, mutilated or discolored insulating material. For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

HEATER ELEMENT

with element cover and safety thermostat attached.

See Figure No. 96.

5. Remove seal.

6. Position new seal on air duct flange.

7. Position and secure replacement element cover with elements attached into air duct.

8. Position and secure safety thermostat with gasket to element cover.

9. Connect wiring to heater element terminals.

All seals and/or sealing material must be replaced when seal is broken to obtain the positive seal required. For correct wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

CLAMPING RING ASSEMBLY

See Figures No. 97-98.

Refer to the following paragraph, Inner Tub Assembly. Clamping ring assembly can be removed or replaced before the removal of inner tub assembly, following the procedure outlined.

Figure No. 96

Remove cabinet assembly, referring to paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Dismantling and Reassembly, pages 14, 15 and 16, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect wiring from heater element terminals.

2. Remove nuts with lock washers securing safety thermostat and gasket to element cover.

3. Remove safety thermostat and gasket from element cover with wiring attached.

4. Remove screws securing heater element cover to

front section of air duct and pull out heater element assembly. Figure No. 98


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INNER TUB ASSEMBLY

See Figures No. 99-100-101.

Remove cabinet assembly, referring to paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Dismantling and Reassembly, pages

14, 15 and 16, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Remove belt from small and large tumble pulley.

2. Remove belt from tub drive and inner tub shaft pulley.

3. Loosen set screw securing tub drive pulley.

4. Remove retaining ring securing large tumble pulley to pulley sleeve.

5. Remove pulley.

6. Remove hose clamps securing pump inlet hose to sump outlet, and air-well hose to sump outlet.

7. Remove hoses.

8. Remove screws securing pump bracket and lower service panel support bracket to base.

9. Remove brackets.

10. Remove hose clamps securing water inlet tube to water valve outlet and condenser water inlet tube to condenser valve outlet.

11. Remove hoses.

12. Remove screw securing water mixing valve bracket to coned back of outer tub.

13. Remove valve bracket and valve.

14. Remove screws securing terminal block bracket to base.

15. Remove nuts from bolts securing support bracket of coned back of outer tub to lower center section of base.

16. Remove bracket.

17. Place bridging such as two wood 2x4's on floor in front of machine, spaced approximately fifteen inches apart to prevent damage to tubing, seals, etc.

18. Tip machine forward onto bridging with its front downward.

19. Remove nut with washer from bolt securing clamping ring assembly.

20. Expand clamping ring and remove it from coned back of outer tub and outer tub flanges. Before seal between coned back of outer tub and outer tub has been broken and inner tub assembly is removed, scribe a line on upper edge of the joining parts so that the two parts can be re-located in the exact original location.

21. Insert a hardwood wedge to separate the two
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sections of outer tub assembly. Work wedge inward and completely around until such parts are loosened.

22. Lift inner tub from outer tub assembly. Coned back of outer tub and inner tub shaft pulley remain attached to inner tub.

23. Remove stud securing inner tub shaft pulley assembly to inner tub shaft.

24. Remove pulley.

25. Raise inner tub assembly slightly.

26. Tap shaft through outboard and inboard bearing, using a soft metal drift of brass or aluminum. This will separate inner tub and coned back of outer tub.

27. Remove socket screw, cap and washer securing inner tub shaft to inner tub assembly.

28. Install and secure inner tub shaft to replacement inner tub.

29. Lightly lubricate seal in coned back of outer tub to prevent it from being twisted, rolled or damaged during assembly.

30. Install coned back of outer tub over shaft.

31. Install sleeve and outboard bearing.

32. Thoroughly clean both sections of outer tub in the following manner:

a. Scrape off all original sealing material using a tool such as a small putty knife.

b. Wipe entire surface clean with a lint-free cloth dampened with a non-toxic solution.

33. Install new sealing material on outer tub.

34. Replace inner tub into outer tub, being careful not to disturb the sealing material previously installed on outer tub.

35. Secure the two sections of outer tub with clamping ring. The clamping ring lugs should be located at approximately eleven o'clock facing rear of machine.

36. Tip machine to upright position.

37. Secure motor saddles to outer tub brackets.

38. Install inner tub pulley.

39. Install large tumble pulley and tub drive pulley.

40. Install all belts.

41. Secure coned back of outer tub to base with bracket.

42. Install and clamp air-well hose and pump inlet hoses to sump.

43. Install water valve with condenser valve and bracket.

44. Install and secure pump bracket with pump and panel support bracket to base.

45. Install and secure blower solenoid to main motor saddle.

46. Connect wiring to:

a. Pressure switch.

b. Water and condenser valve solenoids.

c. Cyclstat.

47. Secure wiring harness to base with clips.

DELINTER SCREEN

See Figure No. 102.

Refer to previous paragraph Inner Tub Assembly. Delinter screen can be removed and replaced after removal of inner tub assembly, following the procedure outlined.

Replacement delinter screen must be rightly formed to outer tub assembly to prevent any escapement of lint into blower housing assembly.

CONE BACK OF OUTER TUB RETAINER SEAL

See Figure No. 103.

Refer to previous paragraph, Inner Tub Assembly. Cone back of outer tub retainer seal can be removed or replaced after disassembly of cone back


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of outer tub from inner tub shaft, following the procedure outlined. Retainer seal must be carefully positioned into recess of cone back of outer tub opening to insure a positive seal.

CONE BACK OF OUTER TUB

See Figures No. 99-100-101.

Refer to previous paragraph, Inner Tub Assembly. Cone back of outer tub can be replaced following the procedure outlined.

CONE BACK OF OUTER TUB INBOARD AND OUTBOARD BEARINGS

See Figure No. 104.

Refer to previous paragraph Inner Tub Assembly. Inboard and outboard bearings can be removed or replaced after disassembly of cone back of outer tub from inner tub assembly, following the procedure outlined.

removal of cone back of outer tub from inner tub assembly, by following the procedure outlined.



OUTER TUB ASSEMBLY

See Figures 106-107-108.

INNER TUB SHAFT

See Figure No. 105.

Refer to previous paragraph Inner Tub Assembly. Inner tub shaft can be removed from inner tub assembly and replaced into inner tub assembly after

Remove outer tub, referring to paragraphs 1 through 22, Dismantling and Reassembly, pages 14 through 22, and proceed in the following manner: Paragraphs 18, 19 and 21 may be disregarded as such steps of disassembly are not required for the removal of outer tub.
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10. Position base upright.

11. Install and secure outer tub to base assembly, being sure gaskets are properly located between outer tub and base assembly flanges.

12. Secure front of outer tub to base.

13. Secure cone back of outer tub to base.

14. Tip machine onto bridging.

15. Install and secure inner tub with cone back of outer tub attached into replacement outer tub assembly.

16. Tip machine to upright position.

17. Place insulating material on outer tub.

Torn or mutilated insulating material should be replaced.

BASE ASSEMBLY

See Figure No. 109.

1. Remove screws from bracket securing cone back of outer tub to base.

2. Remove screws from bracket securing front of outer tub to base.

3. Tip machine onto bridging.

4. Remove clamping ring.

5. Insert a hardwood wedge between the two sections of outer tub to separate them.

6. Lift inner tub, with cone back of outer tub attached, from outer tub.

7. Remove studs and lock washers securing outer tub to base assembly.

8. Remove outer tub from base.

9. Remove insulating material and rubber gaskets from outer tub.

Remove cabinet, referring to paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Dismantling and Reassembly, pages 14, 15 and 16, and proceed in the following manner:

1. Disconnect wiring from pump motor leads.

2. Remove clamps securing pump inlet hose to sump outlet.

3. Remove screws, nuts and washers securing pump bracket and rear lower service panel support bracket to base assembly.

4. Remove pump bracket with pump attached.

5. Remove nuts and washers securing cone back of outer tub support bracket to base assembly studs.

6. Remove screws securing terminal block plate with terminal block, water shed and wiring attached from base assembly.

Place bridging, such as two wood 2"x4"'s on floor in front of machine, spaced approximately fifteen inches apart. Tip machine forward onto bridging with front of machine facing downward.

7. Remove nuts with lock washer securing outer tub assembly to base assembly.

8. Position and secure replacement base assembly to outer tub assembly, being sure that rubber gaskets have been properly positioned between
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outer tub assembly and base assembly.

9. Relocate machine to upright position.

10. Position and secure pump bracket with pump attached and rear lower service panel support bracket to base assembly.

11. Position pump inlet hose over sump outlet and secure with hose clamp.

12. Position and secure cone back of outer tub support bracket to base assembly.

13. Position and secure terminal block bracket with terminal block, water shed and wiring attached to base assembly. For proper wiring, refer to Wiring Diagram, page 60.

SEALS, SEALING MATERIAL AND GASKETS

Seals, broken during unit repair or replacement must be replaced. Pre-formed seals when in good condition may be re-used. For efficient operation of the combination Washer-Dryer, it is necessary that positive sealing be maintained throughout.

INSULATING MATERIAL

See Figures No. 18 and 38.

The top, sides and front of outer tub assembly and air duct are covered with insulating material, replacements are factory pre-cut for the various sections and should always be used. Torn or mutilated insulating material should always be replaced.

ADJUSTMENTS

1. PRESSURE SWITCH

The correct water depth in the inner tub is four to five inches; measuring it with a dip stick, used vertically in the extreme rear bottom center of inner tub, between two baffles.

Pressure switches are pre-set at the factory and should not, under normal conditions, require adjustments. After a replacement has been made or when necessary to make an adjustment of the pressure switch, proceed in the following manner:

a. Position cycle indicator at the first line of "Wash" on the dial and press cycle indicator knob inward allowing the machine to fill with water, without clothing or detergent.

b. At the end of the fill period, shut machine off and place dip stick, locating it, as described in the first paragraph, being sure not to allow dip stick to pass through perforations in the inner tub.

c. Adjust the pressure switch by turning the adjusting screw, located on the extreme top of the switch, counter-clockwise to decrease, or clockwise to increase the amount of water in the inner tub.

d. After adjusting the pressure switch, allow the water to pump out, refill the machine and recheck the water level. Approximately one-quarter turn on the adjusting screw will change the water level one-half inch.

2. CYCLE TIMER CONTROL ASSEMBLY

The cycle indicator and Auto-Stop Control are equipped with elongated mounting holes to correctly synchronize control with cycle timer assembly and automatic main line switch. To adjust cycle indicator, proceed in the following manner:

a. Remove cycle indicator knob, threading it coun-ter-clockwise off shaft.

b. Loosen screws securing cycle indicator and spacers to pressure plate.

c. Position cycle indicator to right or left as required,

synchronizing it with the line indicating the beginning of "Wash." This allows the machine to start filling when cycle indicator knob is pressed inward.

d. Tighten cycle indicator to pressure plate and reposition cycle indicator knob.

If Auto-Stop Control requires additional adjustment to align it with cycle indicator, proceed in the following manner:

-Remove cycle indicator knob.

-Remove cycle indicator assembly consisting of cycle indicator, spacer, pressure plate, two screws, two lock washers and two plain washers, from shaft.

-Loosen screws securing Auto-Stop Control to cam plate assembly and move Auto-Stop Control to the right or left as required for exact synchronizing of the Auto-Stop Control with cycle indicator.

-Secure Auto-Stop Control and re-position cycle indicator assembly and cycle indicator knob.

3. BLOWER BELTS

Two round stretch-type belts supply power from the blower drive pulley to the blower pulley. Belts that slip may be adjusted in the following manner:

a. Loosen nuts securing main motor saddle to outer tub brackets.

b. Move motor saddle, equipped with elongated slots, until proper tension is applied to the belts.

c. Secure motor saddle in this position.

Following adjustment of blower belts, it may in some instances be necessary to re-adjust the short belt.

4. SHORT BELT

Main and Accelex motor saddles are equipped with elongated slots to allow for belt adjustment. To adjust the short belt, proceed in the following manner:
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a. Loosen nuts securing Accelex motor saddle to outer tub bracket.

b. Move motor saddle until proper tension is applied to the belt.

c. Secure motor saddle in this position.

Following adjustment of short belt, it may in some instances be necessary to re-adjust the blower belts and long "V" belt.

5. LONG "V" BELT

Constant tension is at all times applied to long "V" belt by the idler pulley assembly which is equipped with an adjustable tension spring. Idler pulley spring bracket has three holes and idler pulley spring may be re-positioned to increase or decrease tension as required. When belt requires additional tension after positioning spring in the last hole, adjustment can be made in the following manner:

a. Loosen screws securing Accelex motor saddle to outer tub brackets.

b. Unhook idler pulley adjustment spring.

c. Force Accelex motor saddle away from main motor, until belt has been properly tightened.

d. Secure motor saddle in this position.

e. Install idler pulley adjustment spring.

Original spring tension is not required after motor saddle has been moved. Short belt and blower belts may require adjustment following adjustment of long "V" belt.

6. MOTOR SADDLE-PULLEY ADJUSTMENT

Improperly positioned main and Accelex motor saddles will cause pulleys to be incorrectly aligned.

Motor saddles can be moved to overcome improper saddle or pulley alignment in the following manner:

a. Loosen nuts securing main or Accelex motor saddles to outer tub brackets.

b. Move motor saddle, that is equipped with elongated slots to the position required to correct any misalignment.

c. Secure motor saddle in this position. Check all belts for correct tension, following the adjustment for alignment.

7. IDLER PULLEY ASSEMBLY

Idler pulley assembly is equipped with an adjustable tension spring to allow proper tension to be automatically applied to the long "V" belt at all times.

Idler tension spring bracket has three holes allowing idler pulley tension spring to be re-positioned, increasing or decreasing tension on long "V" belt as required.

If the belt still requires additional tension after positioning tension spring in the last adjusting hole, it can be done as described in paragraph 5, Long "V" Belt.

8. BLOWER SOLENOID ASSEMBLY

Blower solenoid buzzing during operation can be adjusted in the following manner:

a. Loosen nuts securing blower solenoid to bracket on main motor saddle.

b. Position solenoid vertically, and center it in solenoid bracket to operate in correct alignment with solenoid plunger engagement arm.

c. Secure solenoid assembly to bracket in this position.

Continued buzzing of solenoid following the above adjustments, may be corrected in the following manner:

Engage solenoid by hand and tap brass guides carefully, closing the gap until there is a minimum of side play between solenoid and guide.

9. CABINET DOOR

The cabinet door liner and door hinges are equipped with oversize screw holes to allow cabinet door assembly to be adjusted. To center cabinet door, proceed in the following manner:

a. Loosen screws securing cabinet door hinges to cabinet door assembly.

b. Center cabinet door assembly in cabinet door well, relocating as required.

c. Secure cabinet door assembly in this position.

d. Tighten all screws securing cabinet door liner and cabinet door hinges securely to form a water tight seal.

10. LEVELING LEGS

The Combination Automatic Washer-Dryer base assembly is equipped with four threaded holes for the installation of adjustable leveling legs. To correctly install leveling legs, proceed in the following manner:

a. Thread locking "jam" nuts on leveling legs as far as possible.

b. Install the leveling legs into the four holes at the comers of the machine base, sufficiently to allow the machine to rest on its base, not on the leveling legs.

c. Using a spirit level, check the levelness of the floor at the anticipated location of the rear leveling legs. Before moving machine into its final location, adjust rear leveling legs to overcome any unlevelness of floor.

d. Securely tighten "jam'' nuts on rear legs.

e. Move machine into its final location.

f. Install stay-cups, positioning them under front leveling legs.

g. Adjust front leveling legs until the machine is solid with no rock.

h. Set cycle indicator to final spin position and place
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an approximately six pound concentrated load to obtain complete solidity while machine is

(i.e., shot bag) into spin tub. spinning,

i. Make final adjustment of one front leveling leg, j. Securely tighten "jam" nuts on front leveling legs.

Carefully read this complete service manual so that the mechanical and electrical operation of the Combination Automatic Washer-Dryer are fully understood and that service complaints are properly diagnosed before servicing machine.

Failure to properly diagnose inoperative conditions results in nuisance and repeated service calls, unwarranted replacement of units or complete assemblies, improperly repaired machines and customer dissatisfaction.

All field problem corrections are based on the following:

-the Combination Automatic Washer-Dryer is

INOPERATIVE CONDITIONS OF EASY COMBINATION WASHER-DRYER AND CAUSES WITH CORRECTIONS

supplied with current from an operative electrical 230 V. "live" outlet;

-the water inlet hoses are correctly installed and water faucets are turned to "on" position;

-the cycle indicator is set to "Wash" position;

-the temp selector switch control knob is positioned to the proper setting;

-the Auto-Stop Control is set to the length of cycle desired;

-the cabinet door is securely closed.

Note: It is recommended that a customer be requested, if possible, to check the above points before a service call is made.
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If you are looking for the parts catalog to these models, please check this document:
1942-1952 Frigidaire Parts Catalog
Ranges/Stoves
Published by:
Frigidaire
1952 93 112mb $7.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download 1958 Frigidaire Dishwasher Tech-Talk Service Manual
Here is the full Tech-Talk service manual for all 1958 Frigidaire Under-counter made by General Motors and Portable Frigidaire dishwashers made by D&M.

Models include:
DW-IUZ Under-counter Model,
DW-DUZ Under-counter Model,
DW-IFZ Free Standing Model,
DW-ISZ Sink Combination Model,
DW-SMZ Super Mobile Model

Specifications, Cycle charts and full servicing information included.
Dishwashers
Published by:
Frigidaire
1958 60 56mb $5.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download 1961 Frigidaire Portable Dishwasher Tech-Talk Service Manual
Here is the full Tech-Talk service manual for all 1961 Frigidaire D&M made portable dishwashers.

Models include:
DW-STB and DW-DTB Frigidaire Automatic Dishwashers

Specifications, Cycle charts and full servicing information included.
Dishwashers
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Frigidaire
1961 60 35mb $5.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download 1965 Frigidaire Dishwasher J-Line Tech-Talk Service Manual
Here is the full Tech-Talk service manual for all 1965 Frigidaire Under-counter made by General Motors and Portable Frigidaire dishwashers made by D&M.

Models include:
DW-DUJ, DW-IUJ, DW-SMJ, DW-DMJ,
DW-IMJ Dishwashers

Specifications, Cycle charts and full servicing information included.
Dishwashers
Published by:
Frigidaire
1964 64 59mb $5.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download 1955 Frigidaire Range Parts Catalog
Complete parts diagrams with breakdowns and part numbers for all 1955 Frigidaire Ranges.

Models included: RV-3, RV-4, RV-10, RV-15, RV-20, RV-25, RV-26, RV-30, RV-35, RV-38, RV-45, RV-60, RV-70. RV-25G, RV-251G, RV-252G, RV-38G, RV-381G, RV-382G, RV-45G, RV-70G, RV-701G AND RV-702G.

Shows all parts and part numbers, including special accessories. Having the manufacturers part number for the part you need is essential for doing internet/eBay searches to locate these rare, no longer available parts. In many circumstances they can be found once you know the part number. This guide is essential for anyone who has any vintage Frigidaire Range.
Ranges/Stoves
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Frigidaire
1955 66 40mb $7.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download Modern Home Laundry Planning Guide by Hamilton
Here is a beautiful guide filled with wonderful water-color images of different areas of the home where a laundry can be installed.


Automatic Washers & Dryers
Published by:
Hamilton
1961 16 40mb $5.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download Maytag Wringer Washer Service Manual
This is a comprehensive service manual for many of the electric Maytag Wringer washers made from 1933 thru 1957 and beyond. Serial number identification chart is included to help determine the approximate date of your machine. Full repair and rebuild instructions are included.

Models included: 80, 90, F, 15, 10, 110, 18, 25, N10, A, 30, 32, E, J, N, E2, J2, N2.

If you are looking for the gas Maytag wringer washer service manual please see this manual...

Maytag Gas and Electric Washer Service Manual
Wringer Washers
Published by:
Maytag
1957 56 51mb $7.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download Hoover Cylinder Vacuum Salesman Flip-Chart Book
Here is the advertising flip-chart book that Hoover salesmen took into prospective buyers homes to show the housewife the great new Hoover Cylinder vacuum cleaner!!


Vacuum Cleaners
Published by:
Hoover
1950 19 18mb $5.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download 1972 Blackstone Automatic Washer Service Manual
Complete service manual to Blackstone washers models BA-415, BA-525, BA-625 and BA-825.


Automatic Washers
Published by:
Blackstone
1972 36 27mb $5.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download 1972 Blackstone Washers and Dryer Brochure
Here are some beautiful brochures for Blackstone Automatic Washers models BA-825, BA-525, BA-415 and Dryers BE/BG-525. Images and Specifications included.


Automatic Washers & Dryers
Published by:
Blackstone
1972 12 30mb $5.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download Whirlpool Automatic Washer Operating Instructions
Complete Use & Care Guide and Operating Instructions packed with Whirlpool washer models: LWA7700 and Suds-Miser Model LWA-7705.


Automatic Washers
Published by:
Whirlpool
1970 24 32mb $5.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download 1969 Maytag Top Loading Portable Dishwasher Service Manual
Here is the service manual to Maytag's very first portable dishwasher model WP600.

Sections include:
Loading and Operating Instructions,
How it Works,
Wiring Diagrams and Circuits,
Complete servicing procedures.
Dishwashers
Published by:
Maytag
1969 49 53mb $5.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download 1971 Maytag Dishwasher Service and Parts Manual
Here is the service manual to Maytag's very first built-in and front loading portable dishwashers. These were the early direct drive pump models.

Models include WU600, WU400, WU200, WC400, WC200.

Sections include:
Loading and Operating Instructions,
How it Works,
Cycle Sequence Charts,
Wiring Diagrams and Circuits,
Complete troubleshooting and servicing procedures,
Parts listing section.

Parts section shows all parts and part numbers. Having the manufacturers part number for the part you need is essential for doing internet/eBay searches to locate these rare, no longer available parts. In many circumstances they can be found once you know the part number.

Dishwashers
Published by:
Maytag
1970 157 135mb $7.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download 1975 Maytag Dishwasher Service and Parts Manual
Here is the service manual to Maytag's very first built-in and front loading portable dishwashers. These were the belt-drive pump models.

Models include WU601, WU401, WU201, WC401, WC201.

Sections include:
Loading and Operating Instructions,
How it Works,
Cycle Sequence Charts,
Wiring Diagrams and Circuits,
Complete troubleshooting and servicing procedures,
Parts listing section.

Parts section shows all parts and part numbers. Having the manufacturers part number for the part you need is essential for doing internet/eBay searches to locate these rare, no longer available parts. In many circumstances they can be found once you know the part number.



Dishwashers
Published by:
Maytag
1970 109 95mb $7.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download 1974 Kelvinator Washer Line Fold-Out Brochure
Here is a sales literature brochure from Kelvinator showing off their Franklin made automatic washer line. Images, specifications and descriptions of each machine are included.

Models include: W510G, W520G, W610G, W624G, W640G, W840G and W870G.

This poster is scanned in at a very high resolution (600dpi) for close up viewing.
Automatic Washers
Published by:
Kelvinator
1974 2 38mb $5.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download Electrical Dealer Magazine - October 1952
Electrical Dealer Magazine is a fun magazine to read for any collector or enthusiast of vintage appliances, electronics and other vintage home products. This highly entertaining magazine covered the retail sales and merchandising areas of Major Appliances, Small Appliances, Small Electrics, Radios, Televisions and other electric home products from the mid-20th century. This was the Life and Look Magazine of the appliance world, in the same large size 10x13 format.


October 1952 Issue
25th Anniversary Issue


PART 1- THE PAST as recorded by ELECTRICAL DEALER
The Product Story- 20 page pictorial review of the history and significant developments in Appliances: Washers, Dryers, Ironers, Hot Water Heaters, Ranges, Refrigerators, Dishwashers, Vacuum Cleaners, Fans, Air Conditioners, Food Mixers, Housewares, Sewing Machines, Electric Blankets, Clocks, Electric Kitchens, Irons, Toasters, Radios, Television. For the Automatic Washer, they show the invoice of the very first sale of the Bendix in 1937!

The Dealer Story--Pioneers in retailing electrical appliances
The Salesman's Story- A new business was launched by specialists
The Distributor Story--The backbone of modern marketing
The Advertising Story-History of Appliance Advertising
The Time Payment Story- Financing plans make mass selling possible
The ELECTRICAL DEALER STORY-History of a growing magazine
Looking Back-Promotion ideas from the early days

PART II- THE PRESENT as a milestone of industry progress
The Fifth Freedom-A report to consumers on electrical living
There's Always Room At The Top- Little known facts about men in the news

PART Ill- THE FUTURE as viewed by marketing and advertising experts
The Presidents' Forum-Industry executives predictions
Marketing And Advertising Forum-The five -year outlook
Can These Be Tomorrow's "Growth Appliances"- A designer's conception
From Cubby Holes To Showrooms- Appliance centers go modern

Great full page ads including:

Laundry Equipment:
ABC-O-Matic Automatic Washer
Speed Queen Dryer and Wringer Washer
Laundry Queen "Truly" Automatic Washer
Bendix Washer and Dryer
Apex Automatic Washer and Dishwasher
Tide's Frigidiare Washer Promotion
Dexter Wringer Washers
Woman's Friend Wringer Washers
Whirlpool Washer and Dryer showing both St. Joseph and Clyde Plants
Thor Automatic and Semi-Automatic Washers
Easy Spindrier Washers and Easy Wringer
Hamilton Dryers

Dishwashers:
American Kitchens Dishwasher
Crosley Dishwasher

Vacuum Cleaners:
Royal
Lewyt
Hoover
Apex Strato-Cleaner
Cadallic
Universal Jet-99
Eureka
Trade Publications
Published by:
Electrical Dealer
1952 228 125mb $12.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download Here it is - The Great New Maytag Automatic Washer
This is a guide given to dealers and service personnel introduction Maytag's very first automatic washer. It contains adorable mid-century style illustrations describing the new machine in great detail. Explains how it works, what the cycle does and how to take it apart and troubleshoot any issue.


Automatic Washers
Published by:
Maytag
1949 54 35mb $5.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download Assorted Small Appliances Dealer Catalog
Great brochures from a dealer catalog of small appliances and clocks.

Products Include:

Hamilton Beach Mixer

Hamilton Beach Mixette hand Mixer

Wearing Blendors: Deluxe, Chrome, Standard, Duo-Speed and Hand Mixer

Cory Vacuum Coffee Maker, Cory Electric Knife Shapener

Toastmaster Super Deluxe Toaster and Toaster 1B14

Fryrette Deep Fryer

Robeson Percolator Coffee Makers Crown, Princess, Avalon and Copper Classic Models

Durabilt Traveling Irons

Westclox Moonbeam Electric Alarm Clock, Sphnix, Big Ben, Greenwich, Logan, Electric Switch and Bantam Desk Clocks, Melody, Belfast, Orb and Monitor Commercial Electric Wall Clocks.

Lux Swinging Bird, Bobbing Bird, Colorful Clown and Rudolph Red Nose Clocks, Lux Minute-Minder Timers, Lux Claridge, Harvester, Chilton, Spinning Wheel, Fairview and Grist Mill Clocks

Seth Thomas Clocks, Rudder, Glance, Cathay, Belwyn, Accent, Poise, Sharon, Lynton, Filedston, Dynaire, Buckingham, Baxter, Northbury, Legacy, Kenbury, Medbury, Brookfield, Pippin, Homestead, Plaza, Manager clocks.

Arvin Portable Electric Heaters
Small Appliances
Published by:
Generic Catalog
1954 32 81mb $5.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download 1960 Frigidaire Built-In Cooking Appliances Tech-Talk Service and Parts Manual
Very comprehensive service manual for all 1960 Frigidaire Built-In Wall Ovens, Cook-tops and Fold-Back Surface Units. Models include:

BUILT-IN WALL OVENS-MODELS RBB-90, RBB-92, RBB-93, RBB-94, RBGB-94, RBB-98, RBB-99 and RBGB-99

BUILT-IN COOKING TOPS, MODELS RBB-100, RBB-101, RBB-102CH and RBB-201.

FOLD-BACK SURFACE UNITS-MODELS RBB-81, RBB-82 and RBB-84.

Service manual includes wiring diagrams. Parts section shows all parts and part numbers. Having the manufacturers part number for the part you need is essential for doing internet/eBay searches to locate these rare, no longer available parts. In many circumstances they can be found once you know the part number. This guide is essential for anyone who has any vintage Frigidaire Range.
Ranges/Stoves
Published by:
Frigidaire
1963 156 123mb $9.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download Cooper Home Supply Catalog
This is one of the more unusal catalogs I have ever seen. It's a great reference of home products of the mid 1950's. It contains, major appliances, TV and electronics, small appliances and other household goods. Many major manufactures are represented with multiple models of each type of products. A picture, description model number and price of each item offered is shown.

Products and brands include...

TELEVISION
Admiral, Philco, Stromberg-Car lson, RCA Victor, Mitchell, Dumont, Capehart, Zenith,Westinghouse, Magnavox, General Electric, Motorola, Stewart-Warner, Sylvania, Crosley,Bendix, Emerson, Andrea.

RADIOS
RCA Victor, Zenith, Philco, Admiral, Bendix,Westinghouse, Motorola, General Electric,Magnavox, Capehart, Stromberg-Carlson, Emerson, Stewart-Warner, Sylvania.

RECORD CHANGER, RECORDER
Webster-Chicago, RCA, Ampro, Revere, V-M.

REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS
Servel, Gibson, Kelvinator, International Harvester, Admiral, Philco, Pak-A-Way, Coolerator, Bendix, Deepfreeze, Crosley, Westinghouse, Thor, General Electric, Quicfrez, Norge, Hotpoint, Frigidaire, General Chef, Astral.

ELECTRIC RANGES
General Electric, Deepfreeze, Gibson, Frigidaire, Hotpoint, Kelvinator, Admiral, Bendix,RCA Estate, Coolerator, Crosley, Thor, Philco, Norge, Westinghouse, Welbilt.

GAS RANGES
Welbilt, Norge, Magic Chef, Detroit-Jewel, Maytag, RCA Estate, Florence.

KITCHEN CABINETS, SINKS, DISHWASHERS
Apex, Crosley, Kelvinator, General Electric,Hotpoint, Cory, Tracy, Kitchenaid, American Kitchens, Youngstown, Westinghouse.

LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT
Thor, Whirlpool, Bendix, Blackstone, Hamilton, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, Maytag, Frigidaire, Easy, Hotpoint, Crosley, Simplex, General Electric, Norge, Ironrite, Apex, Conlon, Naxon, Empire, Launder-King, Handyhot, Monitor.

WATER HEATERS
Westinghouse, Hotpoint, Crosley, Norge, Deepfreeze, Duo-Therm, General Electric, Toastmaster.

HEATERS
DuoTherm, Electromode, KnappMonarch,Magic Chef, Arvin, Fresh'nd-Aire, Tropic-Aire, Mimar, LaSalle, Handyhot, Emerson-Electric, Electresteem.

DEHUMIDIFIERS
Berns Air King, Frigidaire, Fedders, Hotpoint,Westinghouse, RCA, Mitchell, Fresh'nd-Aire, Admiral.

SEWING MACHINES
Domestic, Free-Westinghouse.

VACUUM CLEANERS, FLOOR POLISHERS, CARPET SWEEPERS
Royal, Eureka, Lewyt, Apex, Gilbert, Westinghouse, Universal, Hamilton Beach, Hoover, General Electric, Regina, General, Shetland, Wagner, Bissell.

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE
Universal, Holliwood, Rotiss-O-Mat, BroilQuik, Broilking, Silv-A-King, General Slicing, Silex, Cory, Nicro, Continental, Sunbeam, Ritz, Dulane, Westinghouse, Waring, Kidde, Darmeyer, Naxon, Casco, Hoover, General Electric,Nesco, Everhot, Tropic-Aire, Knapp-Monarch,Kitchenaid, Manning-Bowman, Gilbert, Sperti,Mimar, Oster, Electresteem, Hamilton-Beach,Camfield, American Beauty, Toastmaster, General Mills, Rival, Juice King, Arvin, Durabilt,Proctor, Presto, Farberware, Wearever, Mirro, Revere, Ekco, Flint, Handyhot, Hankscraft.

SHAVERS
Remington, Rolls, Schick, Norelco.

SCALES
Borg, Detecto, Counselor, HealthOMeter.

TYPEWRITERS
Underwood, Smith-Corona, Remington.

DOOR BELLS/ CHIME
Nutone, Rittenhouse, Edwards .

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS
Noma.

LUGGAGE

TOYS
Gilbert

CLOCKS
General Electric, Telechron, Jefferson.

STERLING SILVER
International Sterling, Reed & Barton, Gorham.

SILVERPLATED FLATWARE
Community, 1847 Rogers Bros., Wm. Rogers &Son, Gorham, Tudor, Holmes & Edwards.

ELECTRIC TRAINS
Lionel, American Flyer.

TOOLS
Skil, Black & Decker Utility, Revere, Casco.

PENS, PENCILS, CIGARETTE LIGHTERS
Ronson, Parker, Sheaffer, Norma.

PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT
Ansco, Ampro, Argus, Weston, Kalart, Victor,Bell & Howell, DeJur, Bolsey, Polaroid-Land,Graflex, Crown Graphic, Speed Graphic, Keystone, Radiant, Dalite, Revere, Kodak.
Full Catalog
Published by:
Cooper Supply
1954 100 165mb $7.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download 1968 Frigidaire Flair and Twin-30 Electric Range Tech-Talk Service Manual
Very comprehensive service manual for all 1968 Frigidaire Flair and Twin-30 Electric Ranges. Service manual includes wiring diagrams. Models include:

FLAIR RANGES Models: RCD-630N, RCD-630VN, RCI-635N, RCI-635VN, RCI-645N and RCI-645VN

TWIN 30 ELECTRIC RANGES Models: RCD-637N , RCI-639VN and RCIE-639VN

Looking for the parts catalog for Flair Ranges, please see this manual:
Frigidaire Flair Parts Catalog



Looking for a Use and Care Guide for Frigidaire Flair Ranges? Please see this manual: Frigidaire Flair Owners Manual

Ranges/Stoves
Published by:
Frigidaire
1966 72 58mb $7.99
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Thumbnail Image of Download 1966 Frigidaire Flair and Freestanding Electric Range Tech-Talk Service Manual
Very comprehensive service manual for all 1966 Frigidaire Electric Ranges. Service manual includes wiring diagrams. Models include:

FLAIR RANGES Models: RCD-630K, RCI-635K, RCI-645K

FREE-STANDING RANGES Models: RSA-30K, RS-30K, RS-35K, RD-35K, RDG-38K, RDE-38K, RD-39K, RCDG-39K, RCIE-39K, RS-1 OK, RDD-15K, RD-20K, RDD-20K, RD-71K, RCDG-SSK, RCIG-75K

TWIN 30 ELECTRIC RANGES Models: RD-637K, RCI-639K, RCJ-639VK, RCIE-639K, RCIE-639VK

Looking for the parts catalog for Flair Ranges, please see this manual:
Frigidaire Flair Parts Catalog



Looking for a Use and Care Guide for Frigidaire Flair Ranges? Please see this manual: Frigidaire Flair Owners Manual

Ranges/Stoves
Published by:
Frigidaire
1966 120 64mb $7.99

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