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LAUNDRY ADVANCED SYSTEM
GENERAL INFORMATION -- Continued
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS -- Continued
Repair Parts and Special Tools List
Standard Cubic Feet
Source, Maintenance, and Recoverability [Code]
Solid State Relays
Test, Measurement, and Diagnostics Equipment
Volts Alternating Current
Volts Direct Current
SAFETY, CARE, AND HANDLING
The following procedures should be observed when handling all electrostatic discharge sensitive (ESD) components and
units containing such components. Failure to observe all of these precautions can cause permanent damage to the
electrostatic device. This damage can cause the device to fail immediately or at a later date when exposed to an adverse
1. Turn off and/or disconnect all power, signal sources and loads used with the unit.
2. Place the unit on a grounded non--conductive work surface.
3. Ground the repair operator using a non--conductive wrist strap or other device using a 50 megohm resistor to
protect the operator.
4. Ground any tools (including soldering equipment) that will come into contact with unit. Contact with the
operators hand provides a sufficient ground for tools that are otherwise electrically isolated.
5. All electrostatic sensitive replacement components are shipped in non--conductive foam or tubes and must be
stored in the original shipping container until installed.
6. When these devices or assemblies are removed from the unit, they should be placed on the non--conductive
work surface or in non--conductive containers.
7. When not being worked on, place disconnected circuit boards in plastic bags that have been coated or
impregnated with a non--conductive material.
8. Do not handle these devices unnecessarily or remove them from their packages until actually used or tested.