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PDF Content Summary: Model 275 Manual/Self Closing, MOER (Manual Open/Electronic Release) & Fully Automatic Electric Installation instructions also include Model 275 LPHV , 275 DP and Model 375 Series Pass-Thru Window TABLE OF CONTENT Topic Page Disclaimer 4 Serial Number Identification 4 Introduction 5 Product Information Description 5 Warranty 6 Specifications 7 Dimensions 7 Safety Information 8 Installation Procedures 8 Tools needed 8 Materials Needed 8 Physical Installation 9 Electrical Installation 12 Initial Operations and Testing 14 Electric Installation (MOER) 15 Adjustments and Calibrations 16 Electric Installation – Electric Eye (Model 275 – 30” High) 18 Operational Procedures Modes of Operation 22 Operations 22 Control Identification, Explanation and Function 22 Maintenance Maintenance Schedule 23 Daily, Monthly, Yearly 23 Service Controls 24 Troubleshooting Guide (Cause and Effect) 25 Parts Lists Complete Parts List (Description/Part Number) 29 Drawings - Exploded Views / Schematics 33 3 DISCLAIMER READY ACCESS DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE OR HARM CAUSED TO THE 275 DRIVE-THRU WINDOW, IT’S OPERATOR OR ANY OTHER EQUIPMENT HOWEVER CAUSED IF THE 275 DRIVE-THRU WINDOW IS REPAIRED OR SERVICED BY ANYONE OTHER THAN AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE ENGINEER OR CONTRARY TO THE MANUFACTURERS WRITTEN INSTRUCTION CONTAINED HEREIN. THIS MANUAL IS INTENDED FOR USE BY THE IN-HOUSE OR AUTHORIZED FIELD SERVICE ENGINEERS AND SALES REPRESENTATIVES The manufacturer maintains the right to update, add or issue a new service manual at any time without notice, thereby rendering all previous issues obsolete. Please write the Serial Number and Installation Date for your drive-thru window in the spaces provided. Serial Number Date of Installation The serial number nameplate is located on the post CONTACT INFORMATION FOR SALES AND SERVICE CONTACT Ready Access Tel: 630-876-7766 1815 Arthur Drive Tel: 800-621-5045 West Chicago, Illinois 60185 Fax: 630-876-7767 Email: ready@ready-access.com Website: http://www.ready-access.com 4 INTRODUCTION The Ready Access window is quality designed to give you years of reliable, trouble-free service. Each window is shipped pre-assembled, fully glazed and ready for installation. All Ready Access windows are thoroughly tested prior to shipping. The 275 Single Panel Slider Window is the perfect enhancement to the drive-thru concept, offering unobstructed views of customer and crew. The model 275 drive-up window comes in four versions, manual, self-closing, electric and M.O.E.R. (Manual Open Electronic Release). The electric version is fully automatic with a manual override in case of a power outage. The door will open and close by stepping into and out of the light beam sensor, the electric version meets health code requirements. Do not attempt to assist the window manually when in automatic mode, damage can occur to internal parts. The Self-Closing and M.O.E.R. versions also meet health code requirements for self closing. You manually open the windows and gravity closes them. This attractive and economical window is ideal for a drive-thru or walk up application. The large service opening is suitable for both large and small operations. (See Chart on Page 6) PRODUCT INFORMATION • Manual/Self Closing or Electric Openings The 275 Single Panel Slider keeps building costs down by offering the window in a manual/self closing operating style. Or for those who experience heavier traffic, an electric operating style is also available. Both models meet health department requirements for self-closing units. • Ease of Operation In a Manual/Self Closing operation, the inside attendant pulls the door handle, to open the door and once the door is released gravity will close the window. The MOER operation opens the same as manual and self close, however a magnet catches the door, once the attendant steps out of the beam on the presence sensor the magnet releases and the door will close. With a fully automated operation, the operator simply steps into the presence sensor and the movable window panel slides open. When the operator steps out of the presence sensor, the movable window panel automatically closes. The range for the presence sensor is adjustable to specific customer needs. • Quality Construction Anodized aluminum extrusions, stainless steel and 1/4" tempered glass combine to give you an attractive window that not only enhances building exteriors, but will not rust, pit or weather. Track free bottom sill provides for a contaminant free surface. • Triple Security Locks The 275 Single Panel Slider automatically locks each time the window closes, providing security when the window is left unattended. When the drive-thru is closed, manual security locks help prevent outside entry. There are two security locks for night use, the thumb-turn latch and the night security bar. 5 • Fully Assembled, Ready to Install Ready Access windows are shipped completely pre-assembled and fully glazed for lower installation costs. Normal installation takes less than two hours. • Three to Five Day Shipping Ready Access will ship any standard window order in 3 to 5 days from receipt of order. We offer custom windows in our 275 line; however lead times can vary from 3-6 weeks. • Warranty and Service Support Your Ready Access window comes with a one year limited warranty on parts and labor provided by a worldwide service organization. STANDARD OPTIONS • The 275 Single Panel Slider is available in statuary bronze or clear anodized aluminum. • 4 standard window dimensions available: (See Chart on Page # 6) • A retrofit kit is available for the 47 1⁄2” wide 275 Single Panel Slider that easily upgrades the window from a manual operation to a Manual Open/Electronic Release or fully automatic operation. • An inside/outside stainless steel shelf is also available. CUSTOM OPTIONS • Custom sizes are available in both manual and self closing operation. Custom heights are available in electric operation. • Tinted glass is available upon request. • Powder coat painting (Tiger Drylac) is available in a wide range of colors. WARRANTY: Ready Access will only accept responsibility for manufacturing defects in the product’s construction and/or materials. Adjustments required during installation are the responsibility of the installer or contractor and will not be covered under warranty. Problems caused by improper installation are the responsibility of the installer or contractor and will not be covered under warranty. 6 SPECIFICATIONS AND PERFORMANCE Model Unit Number Voltage USA International Weight In Shipping Carton 275 110/120 VAC 60Hz 220/240 VAC 50/60Hz 15 A (US) 8 A (Int’l) 471⁄2 x 431⁄2 x 4 95 lbs 275 110/120 VAC 60Hz 220/240 VAC 50/60Hz 15 A (US) 8 A (Int’l) 471⁄2 x 353⁄4 x 4 87 lbs 275 110/120 VAC 60Hz 220/240 VAC 50/60Hz 15 A (US) 8 A (Int’l) 471⁄2 x 30 x 4 80 lbs 275 (SC) N/A N/A N/A 35 3⁄4 x 353⁄4 x 4 80 lbs Dimensions In Inches W x H x D Service Opening Size W x H Glazing Rough Opening Size W x H Masonry Rough Opening Size W x H 471⁄2 x 431⁄2 x 4 19 1⁄4” x 35” 47 3⁄4” x 43 3⁄4” 1213mm x 1111mm 48” x 44” 1219mm x 1118mm 471⁄2 x 353⁄4 x 4 19 1⁄4” x 27 1⁄4” 47 3⁄4” x 36” 1213mm x 914mm 48” x 36 1⁄4” 1219mm x 921mm 471⁄2 x 30 x 4 19 1⁄4” x 21 1⁄2” 47 3⁄4” x 30 1⁄4” 1213mm x 768mm 48” x 30 1⁄2” 1219mm x 775mm 35 3⁄4 x 353⁄4 x 4 13 5⁄8” x 27 1⁄4” 36” x 36” 914mm x 914mm 36 1⁄4” x 36 1⁄4” 921mm x 921mm West Coast Window 15 5⁄8” x 27 1⁄4” Dimensions [1206.50mm] 4712" 4" [101.60mm] [1104.90mm] 4312" SEE CHART FOR OPENING SIZE Figure 1 7 Actual Unit Amps Dimensions In Inches W X H x D Safety Information WARNING: To avoid the risk of fire, Electric Shock or injury to persons, observe the following: 1. Before servicing or cleaning the unit, switch the power off at the mechanical switch near the unit (Installed by an Electrician) or the electrical entry service panel/circuit breaker. (Load Center) • OSHA LOCK OUT – TAG OUT procedures are to be observed to prevent power from being switched on accidentally. 2. Any Installation and / or Electrical work must be done by QUALIFIED persons in accordance with all applicable codes / standards and manufacturers recommendations and specifications. 3. DO NOT insert fingers and / or foreign objects into the Drive-Thru Window. DO NOT block or tamper with the unit in any manner while it is in operation. 4. This product must not be used in Potentially Dangerous locations such as Flammable, Explosive Chemical – laden environment. Installation Procedures Tools required to perform the installation

• Electric Drill • Metal Drill bits – 1⁄8” (3mm) 1⁄4” (6mm) 1⁄2” (13mm) 1” (25mm) • Screwdrivers – Slotted and Phillips • Hacksaw • Jack / Utility Knife • Flat File – Coarse • Caulking gun • 1⁄4” Nut Driver • Extension Cord • Masonry drill bit – 1⁄4” (6mm) 1” (25mm) 11⁄2” (38mm) • Masonry Hole Saw – 1” (25mm)

• Channel Lock Pliers • Tape Measurer • Wire Cutter • Step Ladder • Level Materials required for installation • Window framing, architect specified and installed in building. (Ready Access recommended material is 1⁄8“ (3mm) x 1 3⁄4” (44.5mm) x 4” (102mm) hollow aluminum tubing or glazing channel) • Electrical Tape • Wire Nuts • Caulking – silicone (Color specific to the color of window) • Connectors for conduit as required • Shingle type shims – as required to level and plum the window 8 Physical Installation Before you begin installing your Ready Access Drive-Thru Window, you must determine what type of installation will be required. Example: Wood Framing, Masonry Framing, etc. Please refer to the details below and pick which one best fit your application. See Chart previous pages for Masonry and Glazing Rough Opening Sizes FIGURE 2 9 WARNING: TWO PEOPLE ARE REQUIRED FOR THE LIFTING AND INSTALLATION OF THE WINDOW. 1. Check shipping carton for any shipping damage and remove window from the carton. 2. Check window for any shipping damage. 3. Confirm that the customer-supplied frame is made to accommodate the dimensions as illustrated on page 10. 4. For the Fully Automatic – Electric units, confirm that AC power has been run and is ready for connection to the window. NOTE: There are two wall-mounting applications. The mounting space can be surrounded either by sidelights (windows) or masonry. In both cases the upper part of the window above the counter top (window sill) fits flush with the outside of the wall. (See Figure 2) The illustrations will show the walls with the sidelights, as this is the most common application. (Figure 3 and 4) Figure 3 Figure 4 NOTE: If mounting the window in a masonry wall the window mounts flush with the outside finishing of the building. Drill points are scribed directly into the masonry. The outside edge of the mullion should be flush with the outside finishing of the building. (See Figure 3 and 4) 10 5. Position the window and place it into the customer-supplied frame. As shown in Figure 3 and 4 6. With one person holding the window in place, level the window using the shim shingles as needed. 7. Using the window mounting holes as a template, drill a quantity of 4 – 3/16” (5mm) diameter holes for mounting. (See Figure 5) Figure 5 8. Take the window back out and drill the mounting holes. Set the anchors as needed. 9. With one person holding the window in place from the outside, set the mounting screws. 10. When the window is fully secured, seal the outside of the window to the frame or building using silicone caulk. 11 Electrical Installation (for electric operation) All power must be connected and wired by a qualified electrician and must be in compliance with all state and local codes. The incoming AC power line must be connected to the wires in the duplex box located in the top header (Per Standard electrical code.) The green “grounding” wire is to be attached to the frame of the unit. WARNING: Use only 110/120VAC – 60Hz source with a dedicated 15Amp circuit. International power: 220/240VAC – 50/60Hz with a dedicated 8amp branch circuit. WARNING: This must be a dedicated circuit. Other electrical equipment must not share the same line from the 15Amp circuit breaker. WARNING: Turning off the front panel rocker switches does not remove the 110/120 volts of electrical power form the unit WARNING: To disconnect the power completely from this unit, turn OFF the mechanical switch near the unit (Installed by an Electrician) or the electrical entry service panel/circuit breaker panel (Load Center) for this unit. • OSHA LOCK OUT – TAG OUT procedures are to be observed to prevent power from being switched on accidentally. 1. Remove the 4 screws holding on the slide channel cover. 2. Wire the AC source line to the duplex receptacle. (See Figure 6) Receptacle Figure 6 (Pre – 2003 models) 3. Connect the cable wire from the electric eye sensor. 4. Drill 4 - 1⁄4” (6.5mm) holes using the masonry drill bit. (For Waist High Electric Eye Only) 5. Insert the plastic anchors and mount the brackets with the #10 or #12 screws. (For Waist High Electric Eye Only) 6. Attach the sensor to the brackets and secure. (For Waist High Electric Eye Only) 7. Turn “ON” the power to the unit. (Load center circuit breaker and power switch on the “Control unit”. 8. Test window operations. See “Testing Procedures”. 12 For windows purchased after January 2003, follow these instructions. 1. Remove the 2 screws holding on the AC access panel. Do not remove the slide channel cover. 2. Electrician to drill hole in unit as shown. Install connector before running power line to unit. Figure 6A (2003 and later models) 3. Wire the AC source line to the Terminal Block located in the header of the window. AC Terminal Block NOTE: TO GROUND UNIT USE PIGTAIL BY TERMINAL BLOCK. THE LINE (L1) IS INDICATED BY THE (RED) TAB AND THE RETURN (NEUTRAL) IS INDICATED BY THE (WHITE) TAB. ON THE TERMINAL BLOCK FOR PIGTAIL LEADS COMING IN TO TERMINAL BLOCK, WIRE TIES PROVIDED TO SECURE FREE END OF WIRE LEADS TO PREVENT WIRES COMING IN CONTACT WITH MOVING PARTS. NOTE: USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY. 4. Turn “ON” the power to the unit. (Load center circuit breaker and power switch on the “Control Panel”). 5. Test window operations. See “Testing Procedures”. 13 Initial Window Operation Testing Procedures Action Reaction

Turn the power “OFF” at the rocker switch located on the controller unit. Manually open and close the door several times. When the door is opening, the “MOTOR RUN” lamp will illuminate green. When the door is closing, “MOTOR RUN” lamp will illuminate red. The “POWER” lamp must illuminate during both operations. If neither of these lamps illuminate during any of the processes, proceed to the “Troubleshooting” section. Turn the power “ON” at the rocker switch located on the controller unit. Break the electric eye beam to open the door. The door will open. With the power “ON” break the electric eye beam momentarily to open and close the door. The door will open. They will remain in the open position for either approximately 3.0 or 6.0 seconds before closing (Default Settings) With the power “ON” press the “CLOSE DELAY” button located on the controller unit once and break the electric eye beam to open the door The door will open and the length of time that the door remains open will toggle between 3.0 and 6.0 seconds before closing. (Default Settings) With the power “ON” break the electric eye beam momentarily to open and close the door. Insert an object at least 4” (101.6mm) wide between the door and frame as the door closes. The door will automatically reverse their action (the door will open), when an object is caught between or restricting the closing of the door. 14

Electrical Installation (For M.O.E.R. windows only) All power must be connected and wired by a qualified electrician and must be in compliance with all state and local codes. WARNING: Use only 110/120VAC – 60Hz source with a dedicated minimum 15Amp circuit. International power: 208/240VAC – 50/60Hz with a dedicated minimum 8Amp branch circuit. WARNING: This must be a dedicated circuit. Other electrical equipment must not share the same line from the minimum15Amp circuit breaker. WARNING: Turning off the front panel rocker switches does not remove the 110/120 volts of electrical power form the unit WARNING: To disconnect the power completely from this unit, turn OFF the main switch near the unit (Installed by an Electrician) or the electrical entry service panel/circuit breaker panel (Load Center) for this unit. • OSHA LOCK OUT – TAG OUT procedures are to be observed to prevent power from being switched on accidentally. 1. The M.O.E.R. window simply plugs into a standard wall socket (Preferred a switched outlet). 2. Connect the cable wire from the electric eye / presence sensor. 3. Drill 4 - 1⁄4” (6.5mm) holes using the masonry drill bit. (For Waist High Electric Eye Only) 4. Insert the plastic anchors and mount the brackets with the #10 or #12 screws. (For Waist High Electric Eye Only) 5. Attach the sensor to the brackets and secure. (For Waist High Electric Eye Only) 6. Turn “ON” the power to the unit. (Load center circuit breaker and power switch on the wall if available.) 7. Test window operations. See “Testing Procedures”. Note: Do not hardwire or cut plug. This will void the warranty. Initial Window Operation Testing Procedures Action Reaction

Turn the power “OFF” (M.O.E.R. ONLY) at the main switch. (Electrician Installed) Manually open and close the door several times. This will assure that the door is performing to specification. The M.O.E.R. window will perform as a standard Self-Closing unit Turn the power “ON” (M.O.E.R. ONLY) at the main switch. (Electrician Installed) Manually open the door The door should stay open until you step out of the beam sensor. Once you step out of the sensor range, the door should close by itself. 15

Adjustments and Calibrations SuperScan Presence Sensor Adjustment Instruction Once the window is installed and the power is hooked up to the drive-thru window unit, you will need to test and set the range of the presence sensor. This is done to determine the best compatibility for your service applications. The presence sensor can be adjusted in many ways to work with different applications. The tools required to perform this test and adjustments are: Phillips Head Screwdriver, Straight Blade Screwdriver and a 1⁄4” Nut Driver. If the drive-thru window stays open after the power is turned on and the beam break light is “ON”, the sensor is detecting the floor or the counter top. To adjust the presence sensor to the floor: 1. Turn the power “OFF” to the drive-thru window. 2. Remove one of the plastic end caps from the sensor body. (Preferably the left side) 3. Remove the black plastic lens cover. Next to the “Right Eye” you will see an adjustment dial. This dial is used for adjusting the sensor to the distance from the floor. The dial is in a clock format. The maximum distance is achieved at the 9 o’clock position after the right eye clicks back into it’s broadest setting. The minimum distance is achieved at the 9 o’clock position before the right eye clicks back into it’s broadest setting. NOTE: TURN THE DIAL IN A COUNTER_CLOCK_WISE FASHION ONLY. If the Drive-Thru window stays open while standing far away from the wall or the window closes on you while you are passing product out to the customer, then the angle of the sensor needs to be adjusted. Below are diagrams illustrating the different settings that can be done to adjust the distance from the wall. 16 17 Mounting Electric Eye Housing for Model 275 – 30” High 1. Remove the header cover by removing the three screws. Set screws aside. Wire the incoming AC line to the duplex receptacle. 2. The cable eye wire is connected to the PC Board and routed thru post. Route cable thru wall and connect to the electric eye cable. 3. Mount the electric eye to the inside wall 6 inched below the window. Use the 1⁄4” (6.5mm) masonry bit to drill 4 holes (two for each bracket where designated. Insert plastic anchors. 4. Install brackets in place and screw sheet metal screws (number 10 to 12) through the slotted holes and into the anchors. Attach electric eye. 5. From inside building, turn ON all power to window, both at the “Drive Thru” circuit breaker/master power switch and at the power rocker switch on the Controller unit. 6. Test operation of the window. Break electric eye beam with your body and the door will open. About 1.5 seconds after stepping out of the beam path the door will close. 7. Replace the header cover using the three screws previously set aside.

R/L WINDOW SHOWN POST HEADER COVER PC BOARD CABLE EYE 6 ELECTRIC EYE CABLE 18

Door Alignment Adjustments to the door height and alignment are accomplished by loosening one or both of the adjustment blocks located at the top of the doorframe where it mounts to the slide track. (Figure 7) Figure 7 19 Calibration: The only calibration available on the new style DC-3 PC board is setting the close delay timer using the dip switch package mounted near the ribbon cable connector. 20 Self-Closing Adjustment The 275 M.O.E.R. and Self-Closing windows operate using gravity to pull the door closed. Raising or lowering the height of the one side of the track can adjust the speed at which the door closes. This can be done by loosening the lock nut on the adjustment bracket and turning the adjustment screw either in or out. Lock Nut Adjustment Screw Adjustment Screw and Locknut 275 Self-Closing The same adjustment is also available on the 600 series, self-closing models. Remove the 3 screws holding the header cover on the window frame to gain access to the adjustment screw and lock nuts 21 Operation Procedures Modes of Operation: The 275 Single Panel Slider windows have four modes of operation, Manual, Self-Closing, M.O.E.R. and Automatic. After installation of the Model 275 Manual, Self Closing, MOER or Electric Sliding window, completion of the testing procedures and the installation of the decorative covers, the window is ready for normal use. The Manual Mode: The opening and closing of the window is done by hand. (DO NOT OPEN OR CLOSE THE DOOR WITH ANY UNDUE FORCE) Manual/Self Closing Operations: 1. Unlock the lock bar and move it to its rest position, also turn thumb-turn. 2. Release the manual latch and push the door open. 3. Push the door closed and allow the manual latch to reset. On the self closing door, just release the door and gravity will close and latch. 4. Relock the lock bar and thumb-turn. (At the close of the operation) MOER (Manual Open/Electronic Release) Operations: 1. Break the electronic eye beam or step into the sensor beam path (M.O.E.R. ONLY). Open the door manually. The door will stay open with no assistance. 2. Step out of the beam path for the door to close. 3. If the door does not operate correctly, go to the troubleshooting guide in this manual. If the door still do not operate properly, then call Ready Access at 1-800-621-5045. Automatic Operations: The Automatic Mode is reached by turning “ON” the main power to the window. Stepping in and out of the sensor’s range opens and closes the door. Warning: “ Do Not Assist” the open or close of window (manually) while in auto mode. 1. On the controller unit, turn the power rocker switch to the “ON” position. 2. Check that the red portion of the rocker switch is visible and that the red power lamp is illuminated 3. Break the electronic eye beam or step into the sensor beam path. The red beam break and green motor run lamps go on. 4. Step out of the beam path and wait 3 to 6 seconds for the door to close. The red motor run lamp and red close detect lamps will illuminate. After the door closes note that the red power lamp and the current detect lamps are “ON”. 22 5. If the door does not operate correctly, go to the troubleshooting guide in this manual. If the window still does not operate properly, then call Ready Access at 1-800-621-5045 6. The door can be operated manually by pulling the manual release located at the top of the door. NOTE: Turn the power off to the window to prevent any damage to the PCB. Do not assist the open and close of window while in auto mode, this can damage parts and void warranty. Each operator must read the operations manual before operating the unit. Maintenance Maintenance Schedule Scheduled maintenance should be performed on a regular basis. This is to assure proper operation and performance of the 275 windows. Daily Check the sill for foreign materials and/or syrup. (Anything that might cause the window to bind up and not operate smoothly.) Use warm soapy water or carbonated water to clean the window. Monthly Follow safety procedures before opening the unit. Check the interior of the unit for any build up of any foreign materials using a dry cloth. NOTE: KEEP ANY LIQUIDS OFF THE INTERIOR COMPONENTS. Clean moving parts and lubricate with silicone or Teflon spray. NOTE: Do NOT use Grease or Oils. Do NOT lubricate the motor clutch assembly. Yearly Have a service technician come in and perform a maintenance check on the unit. 23 Controls Identification, Explanation and Function Controller Unit Lamps and Switches Function Power Lamp This lamp indicates that the power rocker switch is on and the controller is receiving power. Motor Run Lamp The “MOTOR RUN” lamp indicates that power is being applied to the motor. When the door is opening, lamp will illuminate green. When the door is closing, the lamp will illuminate red. The lamp also allows for the diagnostic checking of the motor and motor wiring. To test, turn the power “OFF” at the rocker switch and manually open and close the door. This will cause the lamp to illuminate either green or red. The “POWER” lamp must illuminate during both operations. If neither of these lamps illuminate during any of the processes, proceed to the “Troubleshooting” section. Beam Break Lamp This lamp indicates that the electric eye beam or presence sensor beam has been broken and/or the “CLOSE DELAY” timer is still timing out. Close Detect Lamp This lamp is red and indicates that a “CLOSE” sequence has been initiated. It will always light during a door closure and will go out just before the door contacts the frame. When the lamp is out, the automatic reverse feature is disabled. Current Detect Lamp This lamp is red and indicates an overload has been detected. This lamp may light on opening but is automatically disabled. The lamp will come on when the door is fully closed or when an obstruction has been encountered Beam Test Switch Pressing the “BEAM TEST” button once will test the operations of the door without using the electric eye or presence sensor. To test, the operator should not be in the path of the light beam or presence sensor. Standing in the light beam while pressing the button will put the window into a test mode. This will make the window continuously operate (open and close) automatically. You must turn the power off and back on to reset the window. Close Delay Switch Pressing this button will toggle the length of time that the door remains open between 3.0 and 6.0 seconds before closing. 24 SERVICE Troubleshooting Guide Issue Probable Cause Resolution The door will not open. • Door handle will not release • Check the door handle for proper operation • The track, door guide or sill is dirty or gummed up • Clean the affected area and lube working parts with Silicone or Teflon The door will not close or is dragging. • The roller bearings on the top of the door is loose or broken • The adjustable track is adjusted too far down • Check the roller bearings. Tighten if loose. Replace if broken • Adjust the track all the way up. If the track keeps working itself back down, then secure the track in place • No power to the window • Check that the power is on • The magnet is not square to the catch plate • Check that the magnet face is square to the catch plate. Bend the catch plate to meet the magnet squarely The door will not stay open. (M.O.E.R.) • The magnet catch is loose at the top of the door • The M.O.E.R. controller is defective • Check for loose and/or broken hardware. If loose or broken, tighten or replace • The magnet connector is loose or defective • Check the connector. If broken, replace it • Check fuse mounted on the controller. If OK, then replace the controller • The adjustable track is adjusted too far up • Adjust track down slightly The door slams shut. • The window is not squarely mounted • If unable to adjust, call the contractor that installed the window 25 SERVICE Troubleshooting Guide Issue Probable Cause Resolution Power switch in the • No power to the controller unit “ON” position but the ➢ Main Circuit breaker is light is not illuminated. defective or not “ON” ➢ The fuse on the power supply is blown ➢ Main power rocker switch is defective ➢ AC wiring is defective • The connector/s to the rocker switch are not secure ➢ Reset or replace the main circuit breaker in the load center ➢ Replace the fuse on the power supply ➢ Test rocker switch with an ohmmeter. Replace if necessary ➢ Check AC wiring for opens. Replace if necessary • Red Lamp/s not illuminating • Replace the PCB assembly cover • The 4 pin power connector to the main PCB assembly is not secure • Secure the connector/s to the power supply • Secure the connector/s to the rocker switch “BEAM BREAK” lamp is • Defective electric eye assembly “OFF” and does not ➢ Pressing the “BEAM TEST” illuminate when the button on the controller unit electric eye is broken. can test this. The door should open, pause and close. If the door operate normally, check other causes listed below • Defective PCB assembly • Replace the PCB assembly • Loose or broken connection to the PCB Assembly • Replace the electric eye assembly • Loose electric eye cable from the PCB • Secure the cable connector (3 or 4 pin) • Loose or broken wire/s in the electric eye cable • Check that the electric eye cables are secure and not broken • Defective lamp • Replace the PCB assembly cover The “CLOSE DELAY” switch is not working properly. • Defective “CLOSE DELAY” switch • Secure the cable connector to the PCB assembly or replace the control PCB cover • Replace the control PCB cover 26 When the beam is broken, the door does not open. The red “POWER” and “BEAM BREAK” lights and the green “MOTOR RUN” light on the CONTROLLER unit are “ON”. • Defective components on the cable drive assembly. (“S” hook, cable, spring, chain, bearing The “BEAM TEST” switch is not working properly. The “BEAM BREAK” lamp is not illuminated and the door do not open • Defective PCB assembly • Replace the PCB assembly Beam Break Lamp is “ON” and the door open, but they do not close. • Defective PCB assembly ➢ Disconnect the cable for the electric eye and press the “BEAM TEST” button. If the door do not operate properly the PCB is defective Issue Probable Cause Resolution • Defective motor assembly. ➢ To test for a defective motor, open and close the door with the power “OFF”. If the motor is faulty, the red/green “MOTOR RUN” lamp will not illuminate. • Replace the motor assembly • Solenoid latch in the door is stuck or defective ➢ To test for a defective solenoid, manually open the door halfway and break the beam. The solenoid should retract the hook and the door should open, pause and close. Break the beam again to verify that the door is not opening ➢ Check the wiring to the solenoid • Replace the solenoid • Replace the defective component. • Loose or broken wires • Secure or Replace the cable assembly • Defective electric eye assembly ➢ Disconnect the cable for the electric eye and press the “BEAM TEST” button. If the door operate properly the eye is defective • Replace the eye assembly • Replace the PCB assembly • Loose or broken connection to the PCB assembly • Secure or replace the cable assembly • Defective CONTROLLER unit • Replace the CONTROLLER unit 27 Issue Probable Cause Resolution Motor continues to run • Loose or broken wires to the after the door is fully limit switches or the PCB opened. assembly • Defective controller unit • Replace the controller unit • Loose or broken wires to the limit switches or the PCB assembly • Secure or replace the cable assembly • Defective “Open” limit switch • Replace the appropriate switch The door will not “AUTO REVERSE” for an obstruction when closing and the motor continues to run. The “CURRENT DETECT” lamp will not illuminate. • Secure or replace the cable assembly • Defective controller unit • Replace the controller unit The door closes fully but • Loose or broken wires to the open back up as soon as limit switches or the PCB the door comes in contact assembly with each other. • Defective controller unit • Replace the controller unit • Spilled soft drink syrup residue is under the door and on the weather stripping of guide block • Secure or replace the cable assembly • Limit switch striker is loose or out of alignment • Tighten and/or align the striker plate The door does not fully • Clean the weather stripping, close and goes into counter and door guides on the AUTOREVERSE to the bottom of the door with soda fully open position. water Door may be sluggish in operations. • Door is dragging counter top on the • Adjust the door height and alignment (Refer to the adjustments section The “CURRENT of this manual) DETECT” lamp will be illuminated before the “CLOSE DETECT” lamp goes out. (BEFORE REPLACING THE MOTOR CALL READY ACCESS FOR FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS) • Defective motor assembly • Replace the defective motor ➢ To test for a defective assembly motor, open and close the door with the power “OFF”. If the motor is faulty, the red/green “MOTOR RUN” lamp will not illuminate. • Defective CONTROLLER unit • Replace the CONTROLLER unit • Cable and chain is loose • Tighten cable pulley 28 Parts Lists Complete Parts List (Description/Part Number) Description Part Number Notes Bar - Lock - Bronze - Repl Kit 85197101 Also Includes Ref ID #s 8, 27, 28, 29, 30 Bar - Lock - Clear - Repl Kit 85197102 Also Includes Ref ID #s 8, 27, 28, 29, 30 Bearing - Electric Roller Groove 85003600 Bumper 40010030 Bumper - 1x1 w/blk Lvl 40010003 Cable Assembly - Eye (Waist High) (Electric) 20112143 Cable Assembly - PCB to BEA Sensor 20112148 Caulk - Silicone - Aluminum 80050029 Caulk - Silicone - Bronze - 8 oz 80050020 Caulk - Silicone - Clear 80050021 Channel - Rubber Glass 65028601 Clip – Bar Lock Bolt 65182801 Door Assembly for all 275 M.O.E.R. Call MFGR for # Electric Eye / Reflector Replacement Kit 85000200 Waist level operation - Repl (Not M.O.E.R. or 275 after 2/99) Guide - Door 00651190 Guide - Round Closing Door 00651834 Handle - Door - Kit (275 - SC) 85197000 Also Includes Ref ID #s 63, 65, 66, 67, 68 Housing - Electric eye 00650929 Latch Spring 00650269 Manual to Electric Retro Fit Kit Call MFGR for # Manual to Self Close - Conversion Kit Call MFGR for # M.O.E.R. Control - L-R – 7lb Mag 85100820 M.O.E.R. Control - L-R - 40lb Mag 85100840 New Style M.O.E.R. Control - R-L – 7lb Mag 85100810 M.O.E.R. Control - R-L – 40lb Mag 85100830 New Style Plate - Striker - Handle (275 - SC) 95183600 Order 2 Pop Rivets (P/N 10180009) separately Receptacle - Power 20110241 Rivet - Door Guide 10180024 Rivet - Pop 10180009 Roller Block - Banana Slot 20010012 New Style - 2001 - Also Includes Ref ID # 55 Screw -for Door Guide (Need 4) 10060087 Screw for inside cover - sensor striker 10010114 Sensor Assy - M.O.E.R. BEA - Repl 85100700 M.O.E.R. ONLY Spring & Ball Knob Kit (3 ea. kit) - Repl 85000300 Spring Kit - 275 Door Handle - Repl 85197300 Striker - Bottom Lock - Repl 65023601 Weather Strip Kit 85104000 29 Parts Lists Description Current Part Number Previous Part Number Note "S" Hook 20240016 N/A Angle - Reinforcement - Door - ALL SLIDERS 95119900 N/A 4pcs per door - sold in each Bracket, Chain & Micro Striker L/R 65181120 N/A Bracket, Chain & Micro Striker R/L 65181110 N/A Bumper 40010030 N/A Bumper w/blk Lvl - 1x1 40010003 N/A Cable - Auto Latch (Solenoid) 20112141 00651313 Cable - Eye (Waist High) 20112143 20110143 Cable - Micro Switch 20112140 N/A Cable - Motor 20112145 20110145 Cable - Power 20112142 20110142 Cable & Chain Assy 85182000 65182001 Cable & Chain Assy ( New Chassis ) 85001800 N/A Cable, BEA Sensor to PCB (New Chassis) 20112104 N/A Clutch Assy - Kit - BO-10, 131, 275 85152700 65152701 Control Housing L-R - M.O.E.R. 85100820 N/A Control Housing R-L - M.O.E.R. 85100810 N/A Cover ( Inside ) New Style - Bronze 65110401 N/A Cover ( Inside ) New Style - Champ 65110403 N/A Cover ( Inside ) New Style - Clear 65110402 N/A Doors Call manufacturer for part number Door guide 00651190 00651186 Door Guide Replacement Kit (Both Pcs) 85003400 N/A Door Handle Kit - (275 SC) 85197000 65197001 Electric Chassis L/R - New Style 2003 (chassis) 85002120 N/A New Style 2003 (chassis) Electric Chassis R/L - New Style 2003 (chassis) 85002110 N/A New Style 2003 (chassis) Electric Eye/Reflector Kit -waist level operation 85000200 00651144 Not MOER or 275 after 2/99 Electric Panel - BRZ 66122401 N/A Electric Panel - CHMP 66122403 N/A Electric Panel - CLR 66122402 N/A Eye Switch Retrofit 84000300 N/A 30 Description Current Part Number Previous Part Number Note Flat Washer 10230108 N/A Fuse - .5A / 250VAC 20110229 N/A Glass Support 00650272 N/A Handle - Manual Release - 275 L/R New Style 2003 85002320 N/A Handle - Manual Release - 275 R/L 85002310 N/A New Style 2003 (chassis) Handle Kit - Manual Release - L/R 85186620 65186620 Handle Kit - Manual Release - R/L 85186610 65186610 Housing - Elect Eye 00650929 N/A Latch Spring 00650269 N/A Lock Bar - Lower - Swing Brkt 65023601 N/A Lock Bar Kit - Bronze 85197101 65197101 Lock Bar Kit - Champ 85197104 N/A Lock Bar Kit - Clear 85197102 65197102 Lock Bar Kit - Powder 85197103 N/A Motor & Clutch Assy 85186700 65186701 PC Board - DC3 as of 12/14/01 85002001 Not MOER Power Receptacle 20110241 N/A Power Supply 120 V 85001300 65168001 2002 old style prior to Jan 1, 2003 Power Supply ( elec chassis only ) 85001400 N/A Power Supply Int'l ( elec chassis only ) 85001700 N/A Power Supply Int'l , B/O1,2,4,275 Int'l 85001600 N/A 2002 old style prior to Jan 1, 2003 Pulley-Kilrol (cable) 20200142 N/A Rivet 10180009 N/A Rivet For Door Guide 10180024 N/A Roller Block - Banana Slot 20010012 N/A New Style - 2001 Roller Block Replacement Kit - 2 Pcs 85003100 N/A Includes 4- 10010107, 2- 20010030 Roller Grove Bearing - SINGLE ROLLER KIT 85003600 20010030 Round Closing Door Guide 00651834 N/A Rubber Glass Channel 65028601 N/A Screw 8-32X5/8 INDENTED HEX WASH THDCT T-23 ZP 10060074 N/A Screw for Bumper (8X1-1/2 PHILIPS PAN HD SHT MTL) 10060086 N/A 31 Description Current Part Number Previous Part Number Note Screw for inside cover, sensor striker 10010114 N/A Screw Kit for 275 Adjustable Track 85000700 N/A Screws for Door Guide (Need 4) 10060087 N/A Screws w/lock washers for roller blocks 10010107 N/A Screws w/lock washers for roller grv brg 10010150 N/A Sensor Assy - BEA - 275-E /starting 2/5/99 Ser# 68024 85100701 N/A Sensor Assy - BEA - M.O.E.R. 85100700 N/A Sensor Striker 65151101 N/A Shoulder Screw for Manual Release 10010204 N/A Silicone Caulk - 8 oz - Aluminum 80050029 N/A Silicone Caulk - 8 oz - Bronze 80050020 N/A Solenoid & Hook Assy for Electric Chassis L/R 85002920 N/A New Style 2003 (chassis) Solenoid & Hook Assy for Electric Chassis R/L 85002910 N/A New Style 2003 (chassis) Solenoid & Hook Assy L/R 85150520 65150502 Solenoid & Hook Assy R/L 85150510 65150501 Spring - Compression (Motor & Clutch) 20060026 N/A Spring & Ball Knob Kit (3 ea. kit) 85000300 00650284 Spring Kit - Door Handle 85197300 65197301 Striker Plate - Microswitch 65111600 N/A Striker Plate for Handle order 2 Pop Rivets 95183600 N/A P/N 10180009 separately Switch - LIMIT FOR CHASSIS 85002200 N/A Switch - Micro 20110281 N/A Symmetrical Top Track. 95110700 N/A W. COAST LOCK BAR KIT - BRZ 85002701 N/A Washer - Clutch 10230104 N/A Weather Strip Kit - BO-2,4,10, 275 85104000 65104001 Wired Switch Cover - Bronze 65184701 N/A Wired Switch Cover - Champagne 65184703 N/A Wired Switch Cover - Clear 65184702 N/A 32 Electric Operation Drawings Exploded Views Page Part Number If Applicable Description 32 N/A Header Assembly Pre 2003 – Exploded View 33 85002110 Header Assembly R/L – Electric Chassis – Exploded 34 85186700 Motor and Clutch Assembly (w/ Bracket Detached) 34 85152700 Clutch Assembly – Exploded View 35 85150510 / 520 Solenoid and Hook Assembly – Pre Jan 2003 35 85002910 / 920 Solenoid and Hook Assembly – Post Jan 2003 35 85197000 Door Handle Kit – Exploded View 35 85003600 Roller Grove Bearing 36 N/A Window Frame – Exploded View 37 N/A Door Assembly – Exploded View Schematics 38 N/A Wiring Layout Self Closing/MOER Drawings Exploded Views Page Part Number If Applicable Description 39 N/A Header Assembly – Exploded View 40 85100810 / 85100820 Magnet Catch Assembly 41 85003600 Roller Grove Bearing Kit 41 95197000 Door Handle Kit – Exploded View 42 N/A Window Frame – Exploded View 43 N/A Door Assembly – Exploded View Schematics 44 N/A Electrical Schematic 33 PART REF PART ID # NUMBER DESCRIPTION NUMBER DESCRIPTION 1 85186700 Motor & Clutch Assy 7 20200142 Kilrol Pulley 2 85152700 Clutch Assy 8 65184701 Control Cover BR 3 20110281 Micro switch 8 65184702 Control Cover CL 4 85182000 Cable and Chain Assy 9 85002001 Control PCB Assy 5 20110241 Receptacle 6 85001300 120V Power Supply 10 85150510 Solenoid and Hook Assy R/L *6 85001600 220V Power Supply (Int'l) 10 85150520 Solenoid and Hook Assy L/R 34 REF ID # PART REF PART ID # NUMBER DESCRIPTION NUMBER DESCRIPTION 1 85002910 Solenoid and Hook Assy R/L 5 20220003 AC Terminal Block 1 85002920 Solenoid and Hook Assy L/R 6 20110281 Micro switch 2 85001400 120V Power Supply 7 20200142 Kilrol Pulley *2 85001700 220V Power Supply (Int'l) 8 85001800 Cable and Chain Assy 3 85002001 Control PCB Assy 9 85002120 Electric Chassis – L/R 4 85186700 Motor & Clutch Assy 9 85002110 Electric Chassis – R/L 35 REF ID # 36 Solenoid and Hook Assembly Pre January 2003

L/R 85150520 R/L 85150510 Solenoid and Hook Assembly Electric Chassis Models After January 2003 L/R 85002920 R/L 85002910 85197000 Door Handle Kit 275 Manual and Self-Closing 37 20010012 Mounting Block 85003600 Roller Grove Bearing Kit

85003100 Roller Bearing/Block Kit PART REF PART ID # NUMBER DESCRIPTION NUMBER DESCRIPTION 1 85000700 Adjustment Screw Kit 3 85197104 Lock Bar Kit Champ 2 40010030 Bumper 4 85003400 Door Guide Kit 3 85197102 Lock Bar Kit CL 3 85197101 Lock Bar Kit Br 5 95183600 Door Handle Striker Plate 38 REF ID # 4 3 2 56 PICTURED MODEL 275 R/L MANUAL & ELECTRIC REF ID # 1 109 8 7 PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION REF ID # PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION 1 Old 65181120 New 65111600 Chain and Micro Switch Bracket L/R 5 10010204 Shoulder Screw 1 Old 65181110 New 65111600 Chain and Micro Switch Bracket R/L 6 Old 85186610 New 85002310 Manual Release Handle R/L Assy 2 Old 65181910 New 65113020 Solenoid Striker Plate L/R 6 Old 85186620 New 85002320 Manual Release Handle L/R Assy 2 Old 65181920 New 65113010 Solenoid Striker Plate R/L 7 Call MFGR Door Assembly 3 20010012 Block (Banana Slot) 4 85003600 Roller Grove Bearing 8 85197000 Door Handle Kit Manual and Self-Closer 9 85004500 Thumb Turn 10 85004200 Internal Lock 39 POWER SUPPLY / T RANSFORMER Fly Fan Control Option INCOMING 110/120VAC POWER COMMON POWER SWITCH AA 100 Fan Motor Red + 1 2S.S Relay Black Motor 43 R OTOMDIONELOSLatch Solenoid REWOPHCTIWSBlack Black O RCIMCONTROL PANEL - SWITCH CONTROL PANEL - LED EYER OSNESBlack Brown 8 6 4 . 7 O. . O. NONONN- - - - N K K EWCNUOAILRPLBBBPRESENCE SENSOR CLOSE DELAY BEAM TEST MOTOR RUNPOWER BEAM TEST Black Microswitch Blue Black Pink CLOSE DETECTPOWER CURRENT DETECT DESIGN BY: DATE: DRAWN BY: DATE: SWITCH IS LOCATED IN THE CONT ROL PANEL WORK TO DIMENSIONS-DO NOT SCALE USED IN PRODUCTS: SRH MATERIAL: Elec Components TOL. UNLESS SPECIFIED 275 2/13/04MATERIAL SPEC: XXXX TOL. NOT REQ'D TOL. CLASS ± .030 REVISION: B SC R ANGULAR TOL. ± 1° REVISION DATE: 1.30.09 2/13/04 GAUGE: 1815 Arthur Drive West Chicago, IL 800-621-5045 630-876-7766 Fax 63 0-876-7767 LATEST REVISION NOT E: DESCRIPTION: REV B=REVISED FLY FAN CONTROL O PTION PART. NO.: 40 275 Wiring Diagr am N/A RUBBER BUMPER BUMPER SCREW MOUNTING WINDOW HEADER M.O.E.R Only MOUNTING BRACKET (Motor Mounting Bracket) 275 SC / M.O.E.R Header Exploded View (Before July 2006) 275 SC / M.O.E.R Header Exploded View (After July 2006) 41 SLIDE BACKUP SLIDE TRACKMAGNET CATCH MAGNET CATCH 275 M.O.E.R Magnet Catch Assembly – Before July 2006 Part Numbers 85100810 (R/L) - 85100820 (L/R) M.O.E.R. ASSEMBLY CONTROL M.O.E.R. ASSEMBLY MAGNET 275 M.O.E.R Magnet Catch Assembly – After July 2006 Part Numbers 85100830 (R/L) - 85100840 (L/R) 42 85197000 Door Handle Kit 275 Manual and Self-Closing 43 20010012 Mounting Block 85003600 Single Roller Grove Bearing 85003100 Roller Grove Bearing Kit PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION REF PART ID # NUMBER DESCRIPTION 1 85003600 Roller Grove Bearing 4 65182801 Lock Bar Bolt Clip 2 20010012 Block (New Style) 5 See Parts List Door Assembly 3 65100320 Magnet Catch Plate L/R 6 85197000 Door Handle Kit 3 65100310 Magnet Catch Plate R/L 7 N/A Mag Catch After July 2006 8 85004500 Thumb Turn 9 85004200 Internal Lock 44 REF ID # 45 Appendix A Installation of the door handle 46 47 Ready Access, 1815 Arthur Drive, West Chicago, Illinois 60185, Tel: 630-876-7766, Tel: 800-621-5045 Fax: 630-876-7767, Email: ready@ready-access.com, Website: http://www.ready-access.com

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