LAUNDRY ADVANCED SYSTEM
INTRODUCTION TO TROUBLESHOOTING -- Continued
MALFUNCTION/SYMPTOM INDEX -- Continued
END CYCLE -- If End Cycle is listed, the fault will prevent you from completing the current laundry
cycle(s), and therefore, must be terminated as follows:
1. Monitor display (WP 0008 00, Figure 2, 6), it should read:
WASH CYCLE X IN PROGRESS
WASH= XXX F DRY= XXX F
2. Press MENU SELECTION switch (7) to interrupt laundry cycle.
3. Monitor display (6), it should read:
4. Press MENU SELECTION switch (8) to end laundry cycle.
Once the laundry cycle has ended, perform the referenced troubleshooting work package or notify maintenance as
required. If the laundry cycle cannot be ended follow the Notify Maintenance instructions.
NOTIFY MAINTENANCE -- If Notify Maintenance is listed, the fault will prevent further laundry
operations from continuing and maintenance should be notified immediately. When Notify Maintenance is
required leave LADS in power on condition if possible. This will enable maintenance personnel to troubleshooting and
correct problems more efficiently and result in bringing LADS back into operation more rapidly.
WP 00XX 00 -- If a work package is listed, proceed directly to the referenced work package to start the
troubleshooting process. Should any one malfunction/symptom require more than one troubleshooting
procedure to arrive at the most likely fault, a reference will be made within the starting procedure to lead you
to subsequent procedures, until successful fault isolation or disposition is achieved.
Troubleshooting work packages (WP 0016 00 through WP 0023 00) contain step-by-step procedures of the tests or
inspections, and corrective actions required to return LADS to normal operation or to determine if the malfunction
requires a higher level of maintenance be performed . Each work package is headed by initial setup information that
outlines certain conditions which must be met before starting the task. DO NOT start a task until you understand
what you are to do.