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Check to make sure you have fresh water. Check your air pressure (the washer extractor will not operate if less than 50 pounds). Make sure all other switches are off when you energize the control and master switches so nothing else will energize. Turn equipment on; check for response (lights, dump closed, and so forth). Check the cylinder door; make sure it is secured. Check the thermostat for proper tem- perature settings. AUTOMATIC OPERATION Figure  5-19  shows  a  laundryman  loading a    Dyna    Wash.  Except  for  loading,  unloading, and   adding    supplies    all    functions        in    the automatic    mode    are    done    for  you.  When loading  the  Dyna  Wash,  you  should  divide  the wash load into three equal piles. There should be no  more  than   a   10   percent   difference   in   the weight   of   each   pile.   Overloading   a   washing machine is one of the chief causes of breakdowns because  greater  strain  than   the   manufacturer intended    is    placed    on    all    moving    parts, particularly  the  motor.  Overloading  also  results in poor washing  because  the  water  and  cleaning solution    do    not    have    adequate    space    and sufficient agitation to remove soil. Underloading, on the other hand, results in a waste of water and cleaning  supplies.  You  should,  therefore,  weigh every load  of clothes for each compartment in the 43.69 Figure 5-19.-Loading the washer extractor. 5-25

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