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Maytag PD Installation And Setup

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Brand: Maytag

Category: Dryer , Washer

Type: Installation and setup

Model: Maytag PD , Maytag PR , Maytag PS

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STEP 1
PREPARE WASHER

1. Remove tape on lid.

Remove accessory
package from tub.

2. Tip the washer back-

ward. Loosen front
leveling leg lock nuts.

PS models are designed for
use with a coin slide of your
choice.

SPECIAL NOTE: Some coin
slides may require breaking
and removing the tab on the
actuator bracket.

COMMERCIAL TOP  LOAD WASHER

INSTALLATION & SET-UP 

PD / PS & PR MODELS

MAYTAG COMPANY, NEWTON, IOWA 50208                             2202533

LEAVE THESE  INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE  OWNER

PARTS supplied for installation:

Cable tie to secure drain hose to stand-
pipe, inlet hose or laundry tub

Beaded tie to secure drain hose to
cabinet (if required)

4 washers and 2 screens for water hoses

SET-UP CODES

The LOWER MIDDLE key pad will advance you from code to code. The LOWER LEFT key pad will
change the code value. The LOWER RIGHT key pad will select or deselect options.

FOR PS & PR MODELS: The set-up codes are the same as for the “PD” models except where noted.

The set-up code is indicated by the one or two left hand characters. The set-up code value is indicated by
the two or three right hand characters.

CODE

EXPLANATION

607

6

REGULAR CYCLE PRICE

07

Represents the number of quarters (coin 1); may adjust from 039.
(See VALUE OF COIN 1.)
Advance from 039 by pressing the LOWER LEFT key pad.
Presently set for 7 quarters = $1.75

PR MODELS ONLY: Presently set for 0 quarters.

PS MODELS ONLY: Represents the number of push-in actuations of the coin slide
to start the machine. 601 setting would represent one coin slide actuation.

Press the LOWER MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.

710

7

WASH LENGTH

10

This is the number of minutes for WASH. Choose from 8 –20 minutes by pressing
the LOWER LEFT key pad.

Press the LOWER MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.

811

8

RINSE CYCLES

11

This is the length and total number of rinses.
Each rinse agitation is 1–4 minutes, with a choice of 1 or 2 rinses.
The middle digit is the length of rinse agitation and the right digit is the number of
rinses.
The number is changed in the following sequence (11, 21, 31, 41, 12, 22, 32, 42)
by pressing the LOWER LEFT key pad.

Press the LOWER MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.

The WOOLENS (if available) and DELICATES & KNITS cycles have a fixed rinse
agitation length of one minute.

900

9

CYCLE COUNTER OPTION
This option is either SELECTED ‘ON’ or NOT SELECTED ‘OFF’.

00

Not Selected ‘OFF’.

0C

Selected ‘ON’ and not able to be deselected. Press the LOWER RIGHT key pad 3
consecutive times to select ‘ON’. Once selected ‘ON’ it cannot be deselected.

Press the LOWER MIDDLE key pad once to advance to next code.

PRICING – After the lid is opened following the completion of a

cycle, the display indicates the cycle price (unless set for free
operation). As coins are dropped or debit inputs arrive, the
display will change to lead the user through the initiation of a
cycle.

FREE CYCLES – This is established by setting the cycle price to

zero. When this happens “SELECT CYCLE” will appear
rather than a cycle price.

DEBIT CARD READY – This appliance is debit card “cable”

ready. It will accept a variety of debit card systems; but does
NOT come with a debit card reader. Refer to the debit card
reader manufacturer for proper machine set-up. In models
converted to a Generation 1 debit card system, debit pulses
represent the equivalent of one coin.

DISPLAY – After the unit has been installed and plugged in, the

display will show “0 MINUTES”. Once the unit has been
plugged in and the washer lid opened the display will show
the price. In washers set for free cycles the display will flash
“SELECT CYCLE”.

CONTROL SET-UP PROCEDURES

IMPORTANT: READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING!

The lower fabric setting key pads and the digital display are used to set up the controls. The display can
contain 4 numbers and/or letters and a decimal point. These are used to indicate the set-up codes and
related code values available for use in programming the appliance.

HOW TO USE THE KEY PADS TO PROGRAM THE CONTROLS

1. The LOWER LEFT key pad is used to adjust the values associated with set-up codes. Pressing the key

pad will increment the value. Rapid adjustment is possible by holding the key pad down.

2. The LOWER MIDDLE key pad will advance you through the set-up codes. Pressing the key pad will

advance you to the next available set-up code. Holding the key pad down will automatically advance
through the set-up codes at a rate of one (1) per second.

3. The LOWER RIGHT key pad is used to select or deselect options.

START OPERATING SET-UP

PD/PS Models: Insert access door key, turn, and lift to remove access door.

PR Models: Once the debit card reader is installed (according to the reader manufacturer’s instructions),
the set-up mode can be entered by inserting a manual set-up card (supplied by the reader manufacturer)
into the card slot. If a manual set-up card is not available, manual set-up mode can be entered by removing
connector AA1 on the circuit board.
CAUTION: The console must not be opened unless power is first removed from the washer. To
access connector AA1, remove power, open console, disconnect plug on AA1, close console, apply power
to washer. The washer is now in the set-up mode.

Before proceeding, it is worth noting that, despite all of the options available, an owner can simply choose
to uncrate a new commercial machine, hook it up, plug it in and have a unit which operates.

STEP 3
OPERATING WASHER

1. Insert coins until “SELECT CYCLE” flashes in display.

PD and PS Models: Minutes purchased are also shown on the display.
PR Models: A debit card is required rather than coins. In Enhanced Debit the card balance will also
display when a debit card is inserted into the reader.

2. Press fabric setting key pad for the wash cycle desired. After the cycle is started, the time will display

and count down.

GENERAL USER INFORMATION

BLANK DISPLAY – This condition indicates the appliance is inoperative. Enter set-up mode to view

diagnostic code.

“0 MINUTES” SHOWING IN DISPLAY – This condition indicates the appliance cannot be operated. Coins

dropped or debit inputs during this condition will be stored in escrow but cannot be used until normal
operation is restored by opening and closing the lid. If the lid switch fails, it must be replaced before
normal operation can be restored.

COLD START (initial first use) – Appliance is programmed at the factory as follows:

Washer 10

minute wash period (11 minutes for ENERGY STAR models)

1

rinse and 1 minute of rinse agitation (2 minutes rinse agitation for ENERGY STAR models)

$1.75 wash price (PD/PS models)
$0.00 wash price (PR models)WARM START (after power failure) – After a delay of up to 8 sec-

onds, the appliance is restored to the state that existed at time of the power failure.

COLD WEATHER STORAGE

The following precautions should be taken if a washer is to be stored, after use, where it would be subject
to freezing conditions.

1. Turn off the water supply, and remove the inlet hoses.

2. Select a fill cycle and energize the water valve by selecting a warm water setting.

A few seconds of fill is sufficient.

3. Disconnect from electrical supply.

4. Lower the drain hose to floor level and tilt washer backwards to remove water from the drain hose and

pump.

6. Place the drain hose into the drain facility. If

the drain hose will not reach, the 1200158 drain
hose extension kit is required.

Drain
Hose

Siphon

Break

Siphon Break

Mounting Hole

in Cabinet

5. Mount the siphon assembly and drain hose to

the cabinet with a screw through the mounting
clamp. Attach to the hole provided at the upper
left rear panel of the cabinet.

SIPHON BREAK
INSTALLATION

If a 36” minimum standpipe is not available, or for
floor drain installation and in cases where a tight
connection is made between the drain hose and
drain (standpipe, etc.) the 12001586 siphon break
accessory is required.

To install siphon break:

1. Cut the corrugated drain hose at the center of

the larger straight section position B.

2. Position a hose clamp onto the cut end of the

drain hose leading to the machine pump. Place
the mounting clamp onto the other cut end of
the drain hose.

3. Place the rubber adapters inside the cut ends

of the drain hose.

4. Position the siphon assembly into the rubber

adapters and tighten the hose clamp. (The
closed end of the siphon break must point up.)

Siphon

Break

H

Rubber

Adapters

Hose Clamp

Mounting

Clamp

Drain Hose

Drain Hose

Lock Nuts

6. Level the washer by turning the leveling legs in

or out as necessary. When the washer is level,
tighten the leveling lock nuts.

WHITES

COLORS

BRIGHT

COLORS

PERMANENT

PRESS

WOOLENS

DELICATES
AND KNITS

WHITES

COLORS

BRIGHT

COLORS

PERMANENT

PRESS

WOOLENS

DELICATES
AND KNITS

WHITES

COLORS

BRIGHT

COLORS

PERMANENT

PRESS

SMALL

LOAD

DELICATES
AND KNITS

FABRIC SETTINGS

FABRIC SETTINGS

FABRIC SETTINGS

*

Tab

PS MODELS ONLY

To prevent the possibility of electrical shock,
this washer (as is the case with other electrical
appliances) must be adequately grounded.

It is the responsibility of the installer to assure
the washer is adequately grounded at the point
of installation taking into consideration the local
conditions and requirements. ALL GROUND-
ING MUST BE DONE IN ACCORDANCE
WITH NATIONAL AND LOCAL CODES.

5. Slide the washer into position. Do not

collapse or damage the drain hose.

4. Plug the power cord into a grounded 120 volt,

60 Hz approved electrical service protected by
a 15 amp fuse or comparable circuit breaker.
This washer is grounded through the third
prong of the power cord when plugged into a
three prong grounded receptacle.

3. Place the drain hose in the

drain facility. To change
drain hose direction or pre-
vent collapsing, turn the
short end of the hose while
holding the base of the
hose stationary.

NOTE: If you must make
an airtight seal, use a floor
drain, or if the standpipe is
not at least 36”, a siphon
break kit must be used
(see Siphon Break installa-
tion). The drain hose
should be tied down with
the cable tie provided.

2. Insert both a rubber hose washer and a screen

into the hoses for the faucet connections. The
dome on the screen strainer must point towards
the faucet. Attach the
inlet hoses to the HOT
and COLD faucets,
being sure the hose
marked “HOT” is
attached to the HOT
water faucet. NOTE:
Accessory inlet hoses
are available in various
lengths up to 10 feet.

STEP 2
INSTALL WASHER

1. Insert the rubber hose washer from accessory

package into one end of the inlet hose. Attach
the inlet hoses to the HOT and COLD connec-
tions of the water valve on the back of the
washer. HOT and COLD connections are iden-
tified by H & C stamped on the bracket, HOT
on top, COLD on bottom. Be sure the hose
marked “HOT” is
attached to the HOT
connection. When
connecting the inlet
hoses, be sure the
hose connections are
not cross-threaded on
the water valve.
Tighten by hand until
snug and then 2/3rds
of a turn with pliers.
Do not over-tighten as
this will strip threads on the water valve.

Hose

Retainer

HOSE

RETAINER

3. Tip washer slightly for-

ward. Loosen rear leg
lock nuts.

4. REMOVE THE TUB

BLOCK.

ENERGY STAR MODELS