THERMOSTAT RETROFIT - Jackson WWS

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THERMOSTAT RETROFIT

KIT 06401-004-22-16

TEMPST1AR

5 (2 PLC'S)

2

4

NOTICE

3 (3 PLC'S)

These instructions are for replacing the two existing thermostats with a single new solid-state thermostat.

PREPARATION

PARTS INCLUDED

6
7 5 (2 PLC'S)
8

1 2

4 (4 PLC'S)

3 (3 PLC'S)

Disconnect electrical power at the breaker or disconnect switch and lockout/tagout in accordance with procedures and codes.

6 7 8
(4 PLC'S)

9

(2 PLC'S)

10

11

12

13

(2 PLC'S)

14 (2 PLC'S)

Some parts in this kit are only for the HH model. These p1a5 rts will not be used in these instructions.

Remove the strainer and drain stopper and completely drain the
wash tank.

9

(2 PLC'S)

10

11

12

13

(2 PLC'S)

HIGH HOOD KIT

14

15

(2 PLC'S)

HIGH HOOD KIT

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19 18 11

20 21

TOOLS REQUIRED · Adjustable Wrench · Phillips Screwdriver · Small Bucket (~1 gallon) · 5/16" Nut Driver · Wire Crimper · Flathead Screwdriver · Step Stool · Wire Stripper · Needle Nose Pliers · 3/8" Wrench · 7/16" Wrench · 5/8" Wrench
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ITEM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

QTY
1 1 3 1 2 1 1 4 2 1 3 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1

DESCRIPTION

Cover, Wash Tank Heater

Decal, Warning-Disconnect Power
17
Terminal, Female 19
Thermostat, Elan E18lectric
11
Screw, 6-32 x 5/8"

20 21

Thermostat Mounting Bracket Assembly

Harness, 4-Pin, 4-Wire

Terminal, Male

Fitting, 1/4" Brass Nut/Sleeve

Grommet, 7/8"

Zip-tie, 4"

Harness, 5-Pin Connector, 4-Wire

Harness, 7-Conductor, 6-Wire

Thermistor Probe, 4"

Schematic (Not Shown)

Instructions, Thermostat Retrofit (Not Shown)

Harness, 2-Pin Connector, 2-Wire

Harness, Control Relay to 6-Conductor Cable 1

Harness, Control Relay to 6-Conductor Cable 2

Plug, Brass

Wire Nut, Blue Metal

Instructions, HH Thermostat Retrofit (Not Shown)

PART NUMBER
05700-004-22-15 09905-100-75-93 05940-200-58-00 06685-004-17-27 05305-011-39-85 05700-004-22-17 05700-004-22-18 05940-200-74-00 05310-924-02-05 05975-200-40-00 05975-602-01-16 05700-004-22-19 05700-004-22-29 06685-004-17-26 09905-004-22-10 07610-004-22-11 05700-004-23-19 05700-004-23-30 05700-004-23-31 05700-011-73-73 05945-111-01-00 07610-004-22-18
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PANEL & COVERS 1. Lift up the front dress panel and pull out gently to remove.

Set the panel to the side and keep the hardware. It
will be re-installed later.

Set the rinse heater cover to the side and keep the
hardware. It will be re-installed later.

2. Remove both wash and rinse heater covers using a 3/8" wrench.

Discard the wash heater cover but keep the
hardware. A new cover will be installed later.

Rinse Heater Cover

Wash Heater Cover

CONTROL BOX 3. Remove the top of the control box using a phillips screwdriver. SECTION
See page 12 for a layout of control box components.

4. Get the gray 6-conductor cable from the kit. Cut the orange and blue wires off at the edge of the gray sheath and discard. Notice that one end has all female terminals (this is the bottom portion) and the other end has one male and three females (this is the top portion). Keep the strain relief near the bottom portion of the cable.
6-conductor cable from the kit is used in this step.

Grommet from the kit is used in this step.

5. Route the cable from the top of the machine and trail it down to the wash heater area.
6. Pop-out a black blank on the back of the control box and insert a new grommet from the kit.

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CONTROL BOX 7. Insert the top portion of the cable (with the male and female terminals) through

SECTION

the grommet inserted in the previous step (leave ~12" in the control box).

8. Run the cable down the back of the machine. Make sure to run the wire under the bar and bracket in the back so it's not hanging loose.

9. Route the cable between the wash tank and rinse booster, underneath the machine.

10. Once the cable is in the wash tank heater area, route the cable over the highlimit switch.
11. In the control box, attach the red wire from the 6-conductor cable to open tab on the L2 side of the wash motor contactor (R3).

See page 12 for a layout of control box components.

12. Locate and remove the two white wires in the single terminal on the water level controller (WL) at the #1 position. Cut the terminals off of the two white wires.
See page 12 for a layout of control box components.

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CONTROL BOX 13. Trace the two white wires to the back of the control box. On the white wire that

SECTION

enters the wash conduit (from the front of the box, it is the conduit on the far right), strip and crimp a female terminal onto the end of it and then connect it

back to the water level controller (WL) at the #1 position where it was removed

in Step 12. Rinse Conduit Wash Conduit

See page 12 for a layout of control box components.

Terminal from the kit is used in this step.

14. Trace the other white wire that was removed in Step 12 to the rinse conduit (from the front, it is the conduit to the immediate left of the wash conduit). Strip and crimp a male terminal onto the white wire and then connect it to the white wire from the 6-conductor cable.

Terminal from the kit is used in this step.

15. Locate the orange/white wire coming out of the rinse conduit (same conduit as in Step 14) and note it ends with a termination into the rinse heater contactor (R1). Strip and crimp a male terminal on the end that goes to the rinse conduit and a female terminal on the end that goes to the rinse heater contactor.
See page 12 for a layout of control box components.

16. Connect the orange/white wire from the rinse conduit to the black wire from the 6-conductor cable.

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CONTROL BOX 17. Connect the orange/white wire from the rinse heater contactor to the brown wire

SECTION

from the 6-conductor cable.

18. Replace the control box top using a phillips screwdriver.

RINSE BOOSTER 19. Place a bucket under the booster.
SECTION 20. Find the thermostat on the booster tank. Disconnect the orange/white and white
wires from the thermostat.
!
WARNING

WARNING! To prevent burns, make sure the machine has been off long enough for the water to cool before draining the
booster tank!

21. Cut the ring terminals off of the orange/white and white wires. Strip and crimp each with a male terminal.

Terminals from the kit are used in this step.

NOTICE
If Steps 22 and 23 are done rapidly, minimal water will drain from the booster tank.
22. Use a 7/16" wrench on the fitting behind the thermostat. After the fitting is loosened, pull out on the thermostat until the probe is removed from the wash tank.

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RINSE BOOSTER 23. Slide a 1/4" brass fitting from the kit onto the new rinse probe from the kit. Slide

SECTION

the probe into the hole the same way the rinse thermostat came out. Tighten the fitting on the probe with a 7/16" wrench, making sure to leave 1/4" of the

probe exposed.

Thermistor Probe

Brass fitting from the kit is

Brass Fitting

used in this step.

Thermistor probe from the kit is used in this step.

24. Connect the orange/white wire to the black/white wire from the rinse probe. Connect the white wire to the black wire from the rinse probe. Use a zip-tie to gather the wires.

Zip-tie from the kit is used in this step.

Use cover and hardware

removed in Step 2.

25. Re-attach the rinse heater cover with a 3/8" wrench.

WASH TANK 26. Disconnect the white/red wire from the wash thermostat as well as from the

SECTION

high-limit switch. Remove the wire completely and discard.

!
WARNING
WARNING! Make sure the drain stopper has been removed and the wash tank drained before
proceeding!

27. Disconnect the white/yellow wire from the wash thermostat.

Terminal from the kit is used in this step.
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28. Cut the ring terminal off of the white/yellow wire. Strip and crimp a female terminal to the white/yellow wire.
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WASH TANK 29. Use a 7/16" wrench on the fitting behind the wash thermostat. After fitting is

SECTION

loosened, pull out on the thermostat until the probe is removed from the wash

tank.

Wash Thermostat

Wrench on Fitting

Thermostat Removed

30. Slide a 1/4" brass fitting from the kit onto the new wash probe from the kit.
Brass fitting from the kit is used in this step.
Thermistor probe from the kit is used in this step.
31. Slide the probe into the hole the same way the wash thermostat came out.

32. Tighten 1/4" brass fitting on probe with a 7/16" wrench, making sure to leave
1/4" of the probe exposed.
1/4"

Brass Fitting
33. Using a 5/16" nut driver, remove the two nuts securing the high-limit switch bracket (keep the nuts to re-attach later). Be careful with the thin tubing coiled behind the high-limit switch as you remove the bracket and switch from the studs.
Keep hardware!

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WASH TANK 34. Place the new thermostat mounting bracket from the kit onto the two studs

SECTION

where the high-limit switch was removed.

Thermostat mounting bracket from the kit is used in this step.

35. Reposition the coil of thin tubing on top of the mounting bracket.

36. Fasten the high-limit switch (with the nuts from Step 33) on top of the mounting bracket to the open studs from Step 33.

Use hardware from Step 33.

Elan electric thermostat from the kit
is used in this step.
Screws from the kit are used in this step.

37. Install the new thermostat onto the mounting bracket using the 6-32 screws from the kit. Make sure the thermostat is configured so the 5-pin connector is at the bottom.
Elan Electric Thermostat 5-pin Connector

38. Connect the 2-pin, 4-pin, and 5-pin connectors to the thermostat.
39. Connect the white/yellow wire removed in Step 27 to the white/yellow wire in slot 3 of the 4-pin connector.

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WASH TANK 40. Locate the white wire in slot 4 of the 4-pin connector. It has a blue female

SECTION

terminal and is attached to a white jumper. Plug the blue female terminal into the L1 tab on the thermostat.

41. Locate the white wire in slot 2 of the 4-pin connector. It has a blue female terminal and is attached to the same jumper described in Step 40. Plug the blue female terminal into the top position (normally-closed) on the high-limit switch.

42. Locate the white/red wire in slot 1 of the 4-pin connector. Connect it to the brown wire from the 6-conductor cable.

43. Connect the red wire from the 6-conductor cable to the L2 tab on the thermostat.

44. Connect the black wire from the 6-conductor cable to the orange/white wire in slot 5 of the 5-pin connector.

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WASH TANK 45. Connect the white wire from the 6-conductor cable to the white wire in slot 4 of SECTION the 5-pin connector.

46. Connect the black wire from the probe to the black wire in slot 2 of the 5-pin connector.

47. Connect the black/white wire from the probe to the black/white wire in slot 1 of the 5-pin connector.

48. Using a zip-tie, coil and secure the black and black/white wires from the 5-pin connector and probe.
Zip-tie from the kit is used in this step.

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WASH TANK 49. Adjust the settings for the thermostat as follows:

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· Set dip switch #1 (rinse) to the 1 position (1 set closest to the numbers and 2, 3, and 4 set away from the numbers).

The switches can be
moved through the
protective film with either a fingernail or flathead screwdriver.

· Set dip switch #2 (wash) to the 3 position (3 set closest to the numbers and 1, 2, and 4 set away from the numbers).
· Set the blue dials as shown below (or mid-position between the two stops).

50. Replace the drain stopper and strainer.
51. Reconnect electrical power at the breaker or disconnect switch. Turn the power switch to the "ON" position and wait until tanks are heated to setpoints. Run the machine three cycles and check rinse and wash temperatures.
52. Adjust the blue dial on the left until the desired rinse temperature is achieved (between 180 °F and 195 °F) for the entire rinse cycle.

Turning the dial clockwise increases the temperature.
Total adjustment range is ±10 °F.

Rinse Dial

53. Adjust the blue dial on the right until 150 °F wash temperature is achieved.

Turning the dial clockwise increases the temperature.
Total adjustment range is ±10 °F.

Wash Dial

Wash tank heater cover from the kit is used in this step. Use hardware
removed in Step 2.

54. Adjust the strain relief and tighten once in position. Install the new wash tank heater cover from the kit. Replace the front dress panel.

Use panel and hardware removed in Step 1.

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Front

CONTROL BOX LAYOUT

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