ABS Laundry
Samsung Dryer
Model DV316LG
Maytag Technical Institute 2006
ABS-L2006-002
Notes:
CLOTHES DRYER
Model
: DV316LG
Basic Model :
Model code
SERVICE
CLOTHES DRYER
: DV316LGW/XAA
Manual
THE FEATURE OF PRODUCT
1. Energy Saving
2. Time Saving
3. Super Size Capacity
4. Fuzzy Algorithm
5. Easy Reversible Door
-This Service Manual is a property of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
Any unauthorized use of Manual can be punished under applicable International and/or domestic law.
Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd.
416, Maetan-3Dong, Yeongtong-Gu, Suwon City,
Gyeonggi-Do, Korea, 443-742
Printed in Korea
P/N : DC
URL : http://itself.sec.samsung.co.kr/
CONTENTS
1. Precautions
1-1. Safety Precautions.............................................................................................................................1-1
1-2. Precautions upon Installation.............................................................................................................1-2
2. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
2-1. THE FEATURE OF PRODUCT..........................................................................................................2-1
2-2. SPECIFICATIONS
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2-3. THE COMPARATIVE SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT..................................................................2-3
2-4. OPTION SPECIFICATIONS.
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3. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND INTALLATION
3-1. Each Key and Display........................................................................................................................3-1
3-2. FUNCTION OF CONTROL KEYS......................................................................................................3-2
3-3. MAIN FUNCTIONS............................................................................................................................3-6
3-4 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS.......................................................................................................................3-8
4. ALIGNMENT AND ADJUSTMENTS
4-1. GENERAL ERROR FUNCTION.........................................................................................................4-1
4-2. TEST MODE......................................................................................................................................4-2
5. ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
5-1. TOOLS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY................................................................................5-1
5-2. DISASSEMBLY..................................................................................................................................5-2
5-3. ASSEMBLY........................................................................................................................................5-5
6. TROUBLE SHOOTING
6-1. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS.....................................................................................................................6-1
6-2. PROBLEM CHECKING AND METHOD OF PCB..............................................................................6-3
6-3 Control Panel......................................................................................................................................6-4
6-4 Driving Unit..........................................................................................................................................6-5
7. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
7-1. ASSY-COVER TOP............................................................................................................................7-1
7-2. ASSY-TUB OUTER(SPIN BASKET)..................................................................................................7-2
7-3. ASSY-CASE OUTER..........................................................................................................................7-3
7-4. BOLT/SCREW PARTS LIST..............................................................................................................7-4
CONTENTS
8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST......................................................................................................................8-1
9. BLOCK DIAGRAM...................................................................................................................................9-1
10. WIRING DIAGRAM..............................................................................................................................10-1
11. PCB DIAGRAM..................................................................................................................................... 11-1
12. SCHEMATIC-DIAGRAMS ..................................................................................................................12-1
13. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS...................................................................................................................13-1
14. REFERENCE INFORMATION
14-1. MODEL NAME...............................................................................................................................14-1
14-2. TERMINOLOGY.............................................................................................................................14-2
14-3. FABRIC CARE CHART..................................................................................................................14-3
14-4. ELECTRICAL WARNINGS............................................................................................................14-4
14-5. Q & A..............................................................................................................................................14-5
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1. Do not allow the customer to repair the product.
The person may be injured or the product life may be shortened..
2. Execute A/S after unplugging the power supply unit.
Be careful of the electric shocks.
3. Do not plug several plugs in the same outlet.
It may cause a fire due to overheat.
4. Check for damage, pressing or burning of the power plug or outlet.
Replace it promptly if it has a problem.(It may cause the electric shocks or fire)
5. Do not clean the main body with water.
It may cause electric shocks and fire and shorten the product life)
6. The wiring of the harness shall be free from moisture and tightened during serving.
It shall not be deviated by certain impact.
7. Remove any dust or filth on the housing section,wiring section,connection section during servicing.
Protect from possible cause of fire such as the tracking,shortage etc.
8. Check for any marks of moisture on the electrical parts, harness section etc.
Replace the parts or remove the moisture..
9. Check the assembly status of the parts after servicing.
Maintain the status before servicing..
10. Pull out the power cord by holding the plug.
Be careful of electric shocks and when the cord is damaged.
11. Unplug the power plug from the outlet when the dryer is not used.
Be careful of electric shocks and fire due to the strike of lightning.
12. Do not use or store sprays or flammable materials(including gasoline,alcohol etc.)
around the dryer.
Be careful of explosions or fire due to electric sparks.
13. Do not put bowls of water or wet laundry on the dryer.
If water has penetrated into the dryer, this may cause electric shocks or fire.
14. Do not install the dryer where it will be exposed to bad weather.
It may cause electric shocks and fire and shorten the product life.
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15. Do not push the control buttons with an awl,pin, or sharp materials.
It may cause electric shocks and damage.
16. Check the wash machine is leveled horizontally and installed properly on the floor.
The vibration may shorten the product life..
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To avoid risk of fire, electric shock, serious injury, or death when using your dryer, follow these basic precautions:
1. Read all instructions before using dryer.
2. Install dryer according to Installation Instructions. Refer to the Grounding Instructions in the
Installation Instructions for proper grounding of the dryer.
3. Do not dry articles that have been cleaned in, washed in, soaked in, or spotted with gasoline, drycleaning solvents, or other flammable or explosive substances. Vapors could ignite or explode.
4. Do not use dryer to dry clothes which have traces of any flammable substance, such as vegetable oil,
cooking oil, machine oil, flammable chemicals, thinner, etc., or anything containing wax or chemicals,
such as mops and cleaning cloths. Flammable substances may cause fabric to catch fire by itself.
5. Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids near this or any other appliance.
6. Do not allow children to play on or in dryer. Close supervision of children is necessary when dryer is
used near children, a safety rule for all appliances.
7. Before dryer is removed from service or discarded, remove doors to drying compartment.
8. Do not reach into dryer if cylinder is revolving.
9. Do not install or store dryer where it will be exposed to water and/or weather.
10. Do not tamper with dryer controls.
11. Do not repair or replace any part of dryer or attempt any service, unless specifically recommended in
user-maintenance instructions or in published user-repair instructions that you understand and have
skills to carry out, if you are a consumer.
12. To reduce risk of electric shock or fire, do not use extension cords or adapters to connect dryer to
electrical power source.
13. Use the dryer only for its intended purpose, drying clothes.
14. Always disconnect dryer from electrical supply before attempting any service. Disconnect power cord by
grasping the plug, not the cord.
15. Do not use heat to dry articles containing foam rubber or similarly textured rubberlike materials.
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16. Always clean the lint filter after every load. A layer of lint in the filter reduces drying efficiency and pro
longs drying time.
17. Use only fabric softeners or products to eliminate static that are appropriate for automatic dryers.
18. Keep your dryer in good condition. Bumping or dropping dryer can damage safety features. If damage
occurs, have dryer checked by qualified service technician.
19. Replace worn power cords and/or loose plugs.
20. Do not tumble fiberglass curtains and draperies unless the label says it can be done. If they are dried, wipe
out the cylinder with a damp cloth to remove particles of fiberglass.
21. Always read and follow manufacturer‚s instructions on packages of laundry aids. Heed all warnings or
precautions. To reduce risk of poisoning or chemical burns, keep products away from children at all times,
preferably, in a locked cabinet.
22. Never operate dryer with guards and/or panels removed.
23. Do not operate dryer with missing or broken parts.
24. Do not bypass safety devices.
25. Keep area around the exhaust opening and adjacent surrounding areas free from accumulation of
lint, dust, and dirt.
26. Interior of dryer and exhaust duct should be cleaned periodically by qualified service personnel.
27. Dryer will not operate with loading door open. DO NOT bypass door safety switch by permitting dryer to
operate with door open. Dryer will stop tumbling when door is opened. Do not use dryer if it does not stop
tumbling when door is opened or starts tumbling without pressing or turning the START mechanism.
Remove the dryer from use and call the service person.
28. Remove laundry immediately after the dryer stops.
29. ALWAYS follow the fabric care instructions supplied by the garment manufacturer.
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Electrical Dryers
- 240 VAC, 60 Hz, 30 Amps,
3-wire or 4-wire installations
Gas Dryers
- 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 15 Amps, 3†wire installations
About Ground Wires
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To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, serious injury or death, all wiring and grounding must conform with the latest edition of
the National Electric Code, or the Canadian
Electrical Code, and such local regulations as
might apply. It is the customer‚s responsibility to have the wiring and fuses checked by a
qualified electrician to make sure your home
has adequate electrical power to operate the
dryer.
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To avoid risk of personal injury or death due
to electrical shock:
- Observe all local codes and ordinances.
- Disconnect electrical power to unit
before servicing.
- Ground appliance properly.
- Check with a qualified electrician if you
are not sure this appliance is properly
grounded.
- DO NOT ground to gas line.
- DO NOT ground to cold water pipe if
pipe is interrupted by plastic, nonmetallic
gas kets, or other insulating
(nonconducting) materials.
- DO NOT modify plug on power cord.
If plug does not fit electrical outlet, have
proper outlet installed by qualified elec
trician.
- DO NOT have a fuse in the neutral or
ground circuit. A fuse in the neutral or
ground circuit could result in an electrical
shock.
- DO NOT use an extension cord with
this appliance.
- DO NOT use an adapter plug with
this appliance.
- DO NOT pinch powe cord.
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To reduce the risk of fire and exposure to
combustion gases, the dryer MUST be exhausted to the outdoors.
DO NOT exhaust dryer air into a window well,
gas vent, chimney or enclosed, unventilated
area, such as an attic, wall, ceiling, crawl
space under a building or concealed space of
a building.
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This equipment MUST be grounded. In the
event of an electrical short circuit, grounding
reduces the risk of electric shock by providing
an escape wire for the electrical current. This
unit is equipped with a cord having a grounding wire with a grounding plug. The plug must
be plugged into an outlet that is properly
installed and grounded.
Consult a qualified electrician or servicer if
grounding instructions are not completely understood, or if doubt exists as to whether the
equipment is properly grounded.
Do not use an extension cord. If the product power cord is too short, have a qualified
electrician install a three † slot receptacle.
This unit should be plugged into a separate 60
hertz circuit with the electrical rating as shown
on the serial plate.
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For the safety of our customers and the service technician ALL gas dryers have a three!!
prong power cord and MUST be connected to
a properly polarized and grounded wall outlet.
This information was written for those who do
not understand grounding and polarization
of a wall outlet. A 120 VAC wall outlet must
always be wired as shown below.
connection to the main power panel.
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To avoid death, personal injury or property
damage, from fire or explosion, information
in this manual must be followed exactly.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
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- Do not try to light any appliance.
- Do not touch any electrical switch; do not
use any phone in your building.
- Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas suppli
er’s instructions.
- If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call
the fire department.
Installation and service must be performed
by a qualified installer, service agency or
the gas supplier.
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To reduce the risk of fire and exposure to
combustion gases, the dryer MUST be exhausted to the outdoors.
DO NOT exhaust dryer air into a window well,
gas vent, chimney or enclosed, unventilated
area, such as an attic, wall, ceiling, crawl
space under a building or concealed space of
a building.
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Tools needed for installation
Proper installation is the owner’s responsibility.
HOWEVER, SERVICE CALLS PERFORMED AS A RESULT OF POOR SET-UP, ADJUSTMENT, AND CONNECTION ARE THE
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLER.
Make sure you have everything necessary for proper installation.
1. GROUNDED ELECTRICAL OUTLET is required. See Electrical Requirements.
2. POWER CORD for electric dryers (except Canada).
3. GAS LINES (if a gas dryer) must meet national and local codes.
4. EXHAUST SYSTEM – must be rigid metal or flexible stiffwalled metal exhaust ducting.
See Exhaust Requirements.
Control
panel
Adjustable
Door
Adjustable leg
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Pliers
Cutting knife
Pipe wrench
(gas only)
Nut drivers
Level
Screwdriver
(standard)
Duct tape
Crescent
spanner
DUCTING REQUIREMENTS
• Use a 4-inch (10.2 cm) diameter rigid aluminum or rigid galvanized steel duct.
• Do not use a smaller duct.
• Ducts larger than 4 inches (10.2 cm) in diameter can result in increased lint accumulation.
Lint accumulation should be cleaned regularly.
• If a flexible metal duct must be used, use the type with a stiff sheet metal wall. Do not use a flexible
duct with a thin foil wall. Serious blockage can result if the flexible metal duct is bent too sharply.
• Never install any type of flexible duct in walls, ceilings, or other concealed spaces.
• Keep exhaust duct as straight and short as possible.
• Secure joints with duct tape. Do not use screws.
• DO NOT EXHAUST DRYER INTO ANY WALL, CEILING, CRAWL SPACE, OR CONCEALED SPACE OF A
BUILDING, GAS VENT, OR ANY OTHER COMMON DUCT OR CHIMNEY.
THIS COULD CREATE A FIRE HAZARD FROM LINT EXPELLED BY THE DRYER.
• Plastic flexible duct can kink, sag, be punctured, reduce airflow, extend drying times, and affect dryer
operation.
• Exhaust systems longer than recommended can extend drying times, affect machine operation, and may collect lint.
• The exhaust duct should end with an exhaust hood with a swing-out damper to prevent back drafts
and entry of wildlife. Never use an exhaust hood with a magnetic damper.
• The hood should have at least 12 inches (30.5 cm) of clearance between the bottom of the hood and
the ground or other obstruction. The hood opening should point down.
• Never install a screen over the exhaust outlet.
• To avoid lint buildup, do not exhaust the dryer directly into a window well. Do not exhaust under a
house or porch.
• If exhaust ductwork must run through an unheated area, the duct should be insulated and slope
slightly down towards the exhaust hood to reduce condensation and lint buildup.
• Inspect and clean the interior of the exhaust system at least once a year. Unplug the power cord
before cleaning.
• Check frequently to be sure the exhaust hood damper opens and closes freely.
ELECTRIC AND GAS DRYER
Weather Hood Type
Recommended
4” (10 .16 cm)
Use only for short-run installation
2.5” (6.35 cm)
No. of 90°
elbows
Rigid
Metallic Flexible*
Rigid
Metallic Flexible*
0
24.4 m (80 ft.)
12.4 m (41 ft.)
22.6 m (74 ft.)
10.1 m (33 ft.)
1
20.7 m (68 ft.)
11.2 m (37 ft.)
18.9 m(62 ft.)
8.8 m (29 ft.)
2
17.4 m (57 ft.)
10.1 m (33 ft.)
15.5 m(51 ft.)
7.6 m (25 ft.)
3
14.3m (47 ft.)
9.0 m (29 ft.)
12.5 m(41 ft.)
6.5 m (21 ft.)
* Do not use non-metallic flexible duct.
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If new dryer is installed into an existing exhaust system you must make sure:
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The exhaust system meets all local, state, and national codes.
That flexible plastic duct is not used.
Inspect and clean all lint buildup from inside the existing duct.
The duct is not kinked or crushed.
The exhaust hood damper opens and closes freely.
The static pressure in any exhaust system must not exceed 0.83 inches of water column, or be less than 0.
This can be measured with the dryer running with a manometer at the point where the exhaust duct connects
to the dryer. A no-heat setting should be used. The dryer tumbler shoul
REMOVE THE DOOR FROM ALL DISCARDED APPLIANCES TO AVOID THE DANGER OF A CHILD
SUFFOCATING.
LOCATION CONSIDERATIONS
The dryer should be located where there is enough space in front for loading the dryer, and enough space
behind for the exhaust system. This dryer is factory-ready for rear exhaust. To exhaust out the bottom or the
left, use the accessory exhaust kit. Instructions are included with the kit. It’s important to make sure the room
has enough fresh air. The dryer must be located where there is no air-flow obstruction.
On gas dryers, adequate clearance as noted on the data plate must be maintained to ensure adequate air for
combustion and proper dryer operation.
THE DRYER MUST NOT BE INSTALLED OR STORED IN AN AREA WHERE IT WILL BE EXPOSED TO
WATER AND/OR WEATHER. THE DRYER AREA IS TO BE KEPT CLEAR OF COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS,
GASOLINE, AND OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND LIQUIDS. A DRYER PRODUCES COMBUSTIBLE
LINT. THE AREA AROUND THE DRYER SHOULD BE KEPT LINT-FREE.
ALCOVE OR CLOSET INSTALLATION
WARNING –
The dryer must be exhausted to the outside to reduce the risk of fire when
installed in an alcove or closet.
• No other fuel-burning appliance should be installed in the same closet as the dryer.
• WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, this dryer MUST BE EXHAUSTED TO THE OUTDOORS.
See EXHAUST INFORMATION section.
• Minimum clearances between the dryer and adjacent walls or other surfaces are: 2” in front,
17” on top, 1” on either side, and 2.375” in the back.
• Closet front must have two unobstructed air openings for a combined minimum total area of
72 in² with 3” minimum clearance on the top and bottom. A louvered door with equivalent space
clearance is acceptable.
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MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION
The installation of the dryer in mobile homes must conform to the Manufactured Home Construction and
Safety Standard Title 24 CFR, Part 32-80 {formerly the Federal Standard for Mobile Home Construction and
Safety, Title 24, HUD (Part 280), 1975} for the United States) or CSA Standards Z240 (for Canada).
When installing a dryer in a mobile home, provisions for anchoring the dryer to the floor must be made.
Locate in an area that has adequate fresh air.
A minimum of 72 in² (183 cm² ) of unobstructed space is required.
All mobile home installations must be exhausted to the outside with the exhaust duct termination securely
fastened to the mobile home structure, using materials that will not support combustion.
The exhaust duct may not terminate underneath the mobile home.
See Exhausting section for more information.
EXHAUSTING
Exhausting the dryer to the outside will prevent large amounts of lint and moisture from being blown
into the room.
In the United States:
• All dryers must be exhausted to the outside.
• Only rigid or flexible metal duct should be used for exhausting.
In Canada:
• All dryers must be exhausted to the outside.
Outside the U.S. and Canada:
• Refer to local codes.
WARNING –The dryer must be exhausted to the outside to reduce the risk of fire when installed
n an alcove or closet.
NEVER USE PLASTIC OR NON-METAL FLEXIBLE DUCT.
If your existing ductwork is plastic, non-metal, or combustible, replace it with metal.
Use only metal exhaust duct that is non-flammable to ensure containment of
exhaust air, heat, and lint.
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GAS REQUIREMENTS
Use only natural or LP (liquid propane) gases.
THE INSTALLATION MUST CONFORM WITH LOCAL CODES, OR IN THE ABSENCE OF LOCAL
CODES, WITH THE NATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE ANSI/Z223.1, LATEST REVISION (FOR THE UNITED
STATES), OR WITH THE CAN/CGA-B149 INSTALLATION CODES (FOR CANADA).
Gas dryers are equipped with a burner vent for use with natural gas. If you plan to use your dryer with LP
(liquid propane) gas, it must be converted for safe and proper performance by a qualified service technician.
A 1/2” (1.27 cm) gas supply line is recommended and must be reduced to connect to the 3/8” (1 cm) gas line
on your dryer. The National Fuel Gas Code requires that an accessible, approved manual gas shut-off valve
be installed within 6’ of your dryer.
Gas dryers installed in residential garages must be raised 18 inches (46 cm) above the floor.
Additionally, a 1/8” (0.3 cm) N.P.T. (National Pipe Thread) plugged tapping, accessible for test gauge
connection, must be installed immediately upstream of your dryer’s gas supply connection.
Your dryer must be disconnected from the gas supply pipe system during any pressure testing of the
system.
DO NOT reuse old flexible metal gas lines. Flexible gas lines must be design certified by the American Gas
Association (CGA in Canada).
NOTE: • Any pipe joint compound used must be resistant to the action of any liquefied petroleum gas.
• As a courtesy, most local gas utilities will inspect a gas appliance installation.
GAS IGNITION – Your dryer uses an automatic ignition system to ignite the burner.
There is no constant burning pilot.
COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Your dryer must be installed by a licensed plumber or gas fitter. A “T” handle manual gas valve must be
installed in the gas supply line to your dryer. If a flexible gas connector is used to install your dryer, the
connector must have a maximum length of 3’ (36”).
WARNING – Gas leaks may occur in your system, creating a dangerous situation.
Gas leaks may not be detected by smell alone.
Gas suppliers recommend you purchase and install a UL-approved gas detector.
Install and use in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
NOTE: Wiring diagram is located on plate below the control panel.
WARNING –
• Improper connection of the equipment grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Check
with a qualified electrician or serviceman if you are in doubt as to whether your dryer is properly
grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with your dryer – if it doesn’t fit the outlet, have a proper
outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
• To prevent unnecessary risk of fire, electrical shock, or personal injury, all wiring and grounding must be
done in accordance with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA No. 70-Latest Revision (for the U.S.) or the Canadian Electrical Code CSA C22.1 – Latest
Revisions and local codes and ordinances. It is your responsibility to provide adequate electrical services
for your dryer.
• All gas installations must be done in accordance with the national Fuel Code ANSI/Z2231 – Lastest
Revision (for the U.S.) or CAN/CGA – B149 Installation Codes – Latest Revision (for Canada) and local
codes and ordinances.
GROUNDING
This dryer must be grounded. In the event of malfunction or breakdown, the ground will reduce the risk of
electrical shock by providing a path of least resistance for electrical current.
GAS MODELS
Your dryer has a cord with an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug.
The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in
accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
Do not modify the plug provided with your dryer – if it doesn’t fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed
by a qualified electrician.
NEVER CONNECT GROUND WIRE TO PLASTIC PLUMBING LINES, GAS LINES, OR HOT WATER
PIPES.
ELECTRIC MODELS
Your dryer has a cord with an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug.
The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance
with all local codes and ordinances.
If a power cord is not used and the electric dryer is to be permanently wired, the dryer must be connected
to a permanent grounded metal wiring system, or an equipment grounding conductor must be run with
the circuit conductors and connected to the equipment grounding terminal.
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ELECTRICAL CONNE CTIONS
Before operating or testing, follow all grounding instructions in the Grounding section.
An individual branch (or separate) circuit serving only your dryer is recommended. DO NOT USE AN
EXTENSION CORD.
GAS MODELS – U.S. and Canada
A 120 volt, 60 Hz AC approved electrical service, with a 15-ampere fuse or circuit breaker is required.
ELECTRIC MODELS – U.S. Only
Most U.S. dryers require a 120/240 volt, 60 Hz AC approved electrical service. Some require 120/208
volt, 60 Hz approved electrical service. The electric service requirements can be found on the data label
located behind the door. A 30-ampere fuse or circuit breaker on both sides of the line is required.
• If a power cord is used, the cord should be plugged into a 30-ampere receptacle.
• The power cord is NOT provided with U.S. electric model dryers.
IMPORTANT:
When local codes allow, the dryer electrical supply may be connected by means of a new power supply
cord kit, marked for use with a dryer, that is U.L. listed and rated at a minimum of120/240 volts, 30ampere with three No. 10 copper wire conductors terminated with closed loop terminals, open-end spade
lugs with turned up ends, or with tinned leads.
1. size of the conductors and the type of cord.
2. 3/4” (1.9 cm) UL-listed strain relief
• Do not reuse a power supply cord from an old dryer. The power cord electric supply wiring must be
retained at the dryer cabinet with a suitable UL-listed strain relief.
• Grounding through the neutral conductor is prohibited for (1) new branch-circuit installations,
(2) mobile homes, (3) recreational vehicles, and (4) areas where local codes prohibit grounding
through the neutral conductor. (Use 4-prong plug for 4 wire receptacle, NEMA type 14-30R.)
ELECTRIC MODELS – Canada Only
• A 120/240 volt, 60 Hz AC approved electrical service fused through a 30-ampere fuse or circuit breaker
on both sides of the line is required.
• All Canadian models are shipped with the power cord attached. The power cord should be plugged into
a 30-ampere receptacle.
NOTE: It is not permissible to convert a dryer in Canada to 208 volts.
REPLACEMENT PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
If your dryer requires replacement parts or accessories, contact the dealer from whom you purchased your
dryer or a SAMSUNG customer care center at 1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864).
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INSTALLATION
Parts and literature are packaged inside your dryer drum. To install:
1. Move your dryer to an appropriate location for installation. Consider installing the dryer and washer side-by-side, to allow access to
gas, electrical, and exhaust connections.
Lay two of the carton cushion-tops on the floor. Tip your dryer on its side so it will lay across both cushion-tops.
2. Set your dryer back in an upright position.
3. Review the Exhausting section before installing the exhaust system. Install the ductwork from your dryer to the exhaust hood. The
crimped end of the duct sections must point away from your dryer.
DO NOT use sheet metal screws when assembling ducting. These joints should be taped.
Never use plastic flexible exhaust material.
Tip for tight installations: install a section of exhaust system to your dryer before putting it in place.
Use duct tape to secure this section to your dryer, but do not cover louvers in dryer cabinet.
4. Review Electrical Requirements section.
BEFORE OPERATING OR TESTING, follow the grounding instructions in the Grounding section.
U.S. MODELS:
IMPORTANT – All U.S. models are produced for a 3-WIRE SYSTEM CONNECTION.
The dryer frame is grounded to the neutral conductor at the terminal block.
A 4-WIRE SYSTEM CONNECTION is required for new or remodeled construction, mobile homes,
or if local codes do not permit grounding through neutral. If the 4-wire system is used, the dryer frame cannot be grounded to the
neutral conductor at the terminal block. Refer to the following instructions for 3- and 4-WIRE SYSTEM CONNECTIONS.
Remove the terminal block cover plate.
Insert the power cord with a UL-listed strain relief through the hole provided in the cabinet near the terminal block.
NOTE: A strain relief must be used.
Do not loosen the nuts already installed on the terminal block. Be sure they are tight.
Use a 3/8” (1cm) deep well socket.
5. Review Gas Requirements section.
Remove the pipe thread protective cap.
Apply pipe joint compound or about 1 1/2 wraps of Teflon tape over all threaded connections.
NOTE: Pipe joint compound must be resistant to the action of any liquefied petroleum gas.
Connect the gas supply to your dryer.
An additional fitting is required to connect the 3/4” (1.9 cm) female thread end of a flexible connector to the 3/8” (1 cm) male
threaded end on the dryer.
Securely tighten the gas line fitting over threads.
Turn on the gas supply. Check all gas connections for leaks using a soap solution.
If bubbles appear, tighten the connections and recheck.
DO NOT use an open flame to check for gas leaks.
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3-WIRE SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
1. Loosen or remove center terminal block screw.
2. Connect neutral wire (white or center wire) of the power cord to the center, silver-colored
terminal screw of the terminal block. Tighten screw.
3. Connect the other wires to outer terminal block screws. Tighten screws.
4. Tighten strain relief screws.
5. Insert tab of terminal block cover into your dryer’s rear panel slot.
Secure cover with hold-down screw.
• External ground connector
• Neutral grounding wire (green/yellow)
• Center silver-colored terminal block screw
• Neutral wire (white or center wire)
• 3/4” (1.9 cm) UL-listed strain relief
WARNING: If converting from a 4-wire electrical system to a 3-wire, the ground strap must be
reconnected to the terminal block support to ground the dryer frame to the neutral conductor.
4-WIRE SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
1. Remove center terminal block screw.
2. Connect ground wire (green or unwrapped) of power cord to external ground conductor screw.
3. Connect neutral wire (white or center wire) of power cord and appliance ground wire (green
with yellow stripes) under central screw of the terminal block.
4. Connect the other wires to outer terminal block screws. Tighten screws.
5. Tighten strain relief screws.
6. Insert tab of terminal block cover into your dryer’s rear panel slot.
Secure cover with hold-down screw.
• External ground connector
• Green or bare copper wire of power cord
• 3/4 in. (1.9 cm) UL-listed strain relief
• Center silver-colored terminal block screw
• Grounding wire (green/yellow)
• Neutral wire (white or center wire)
6. With a level, check your dryer and make necessary adjustments to the leveling legs.
7. At this time, make sure all gas connections (on gas models), exhaust and electrical connections are
complete. Plug in your dryer, and check operation by using the checklist below.
8. (GAS MODELS ONLY)
The burner may not ignite initially due to air in the gas line. Allowing your dryer to operate on a heat
setting will purge the line. If the gas does not ignite within 5 minutes, turn your dryer off and wait
5 minutes. Be sure the gas supply to your dryer has been turned on. In order to confirm gas ignition,
check the exhaust for heat.
FINAL INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
□ Dryer is plugged into electrical outlet and properly grounded.
□ Exhaust ductwork is hooked up and joints taped.
□ Plastic flexible duct is NOT used.
□ Use rigid or stiff-walled flexible metal vent material.
□ Dryer is level with all legs firmly on the floor.
□ Gas models – gas is turned on with no gas leaks.
□ Start your dryer to confirm that it runs, heats, and shuts off.
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Dryer Exhaust Tips
WARNING: Plastic or non-metal flexible duct presents a potential fire hazard.
1. Let your dryer exhaust the air easily.
2. Use 4” diameter rigid metal duct.Tape all joints, including at the dryer.
Never use lint-trapping screws.
3. Keep ducts as straight as possible.
4. Clean all old ducts before installing your new dryer.
Be sure vent flap opens and closes freely.
Inspect and clean the exhaust system annually.
Don’t let a poor exhaust system slow drying by:
1. Restricting your dryer with a poor exhaust system.
2. Using a plastic, thin foil, or non-metal flexible duct.
3. Using unnecessarily long duct runs with many elbows.
4. Allowing crushed or clogged ducts and vent.
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Door Reversal
1. Unplug power cord.
6. Place the door on the other
side and reattach it to dryer.
2. Remove two door hinge
screws.
3. Lift the door and remove
from
dryer.
4. Remove two screws on the
opposite side of door hinge.
7. Reassemble holder lever.
5. Remove two screws on holder
lever.
8. Reassemble the screws in
the
remaining holes.
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1. Digital Graphic Display
The display window shows the estimated time remaining in the cycle after the Cycle Selector dial is
pressed. The estimated time remaining may fluctuate as the cycle progresses.
The Drying light will illuminate and remain lit until the cycle is complete.
When your dryer is in the cool-down phase, the Cooling light will illuminate.
When your dryer is in the wrinkle prevent phase, the Wrinkle Prevent light will illuminate.
When the cycle is complete, “END” will appear in the display panel until the dryer door is opened or
Power key is pushed.
If your dryer is paused during a cycle, the indicator lights will blink until the Cycle Selector dial is
pressed.
2. Dry Level Selection Button
To select the dry level in the Normal, Heavy Duty, or other Sensor Dry cycles, press the Dry Level
button. An indicator light will illuminate next to the desired dryness level.
Press the button repeatedly to scroll through the settings. Larger or bulkier loads may require the
Very Dry (select models) or More Dry setting for complete dryness.
The Less Dry setting is best suited for lightweight fabrics or for leaving some moisture in the clothing
at the end of the cycle. Damp Dry (select models) is designed to partially dry items.
Use for items that lay flat or hang to dry.
3. Temp Selection Button
To select the correct temperature for the load, press the Temp button. An indicator light will
illuminate next to the desired temperature. Press the button repeatedly to scroll through the
settings.
High – For sturdy cottons or those labeled Tumble Dry.
Medium – For permanent press, synthetics, lightweight cottons, or items labeled Tumble Dry Medium.
Medium Low – For lower heat than Medium to dry synthetic or washable knit fabrics.
Low – For heat sensitive items labeled Tumble Dry Low or Tumble Dry Warm.
Extra Low – Provides the lowest heated dry temperature possible.
4. Time Selection Button
When using Manual Dry cycles, time can be adjusted by pressing time selection button.
During the Sensory Dry cycle, the time light indicator is off because exact drying times are
determined by fluctuating humidity levels.
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5. Signal Selection Button
When the cycle is complete, a chime will sound.
When the Wrinkle Prevent option is selected, the chime will sound intermittently.
Adjust the volume of the chime or turn it off by pressing the Signal button.
Press the button repeatedly to scroll through the choices.
6. Wrinkle Prevent Selection Button
Wrinkle Prevent provides approximately 90 minutes of intermittent tumbling in unheated air at the
end of the cycle to reduce wrinkling. Press the Wrinkle Prevent button to activate this feature.
The indicator light above the pad will illuminate when Wrinkle Prevent is selected.
Chasing lights appear in the display when the Wrinkle Prevent option is selected. The load is dry, and
can be removed at any time during the Wrinkle Prevent cycle.
7. Select Cycle Option
Adjust Time – Time can be added or subtracted from the automatically set times in the Manual
Dry cycles (Time Dry, Freshen Up, Delicates, Wrinkle Release, or Air Fluff cycles).
To add or subtract time from the cycle, press the Adjust Time arrow pad up or down until the desired
time is displayed.
My Cycle – Choose your favorite cycle including cycle, temp, dry level option, etc.
Rack Dry – Rack Dry is available at Time Dry cycle. Temperature will be set only to Extra Low.
8. Cycle Selector
To select a cycle, rotate the Cycle Selector dial to the desired cycle.
The indicator light by the cycle name will illuminate. The Normal, Heavy Duty, Towels, Perm Press and
Delicates cycles are Sensor Dry cycles.
Sensor Dry automatically senses the moisture in the load and shuts the dryer off when the selected
dryness level (very dry to damp dry) is reached.
Normal – Dry loads such as cotton, underwear, and linens use this cycle to get various levels of heat
for drying.
Heavy Duty – Use this cycle to get high heat for heavy fabrics such as jeans, corduroys, or work
clothes.
Towels – Dry loads such as bath towels.
Perm Press – Dry wrinkle-free cottons, synthetic fabrics, knits, and permanent press fabrics
automatically. The cycle minimizes wrinkling by providing a longer unheated cool-down
period at the end of the cycle.
Delicates – The Delicates cycle is designed to dry heat-sensitive items at a low drying temperature.
Freshen Up – This cycle removes odors and freshens garments.
Time Dry – Time Dry allows you to select the desired cycle time in minutes.
Turn the Cycle Selector dial to Time Dry, then press the Adjust Time up arrow to set the drying time.
Press the arrow repeatedly to scroll through the time settings.
Wrinkle Release – The Wrinkle Release cycle will release wrinkles from items that are clean, dry,
and only slightly wrinkled, such as clothes from a crowded closet, suitcase or items that have been
in the dryer too long after the cycle has ended. Wrinkle Release can be used with any temperature
selection.
Air Fluff – The Air Fluff cycle tumbles the load in room temperature air.
9. Start/Pause Selection Button
Press to pause and restart programs.
10. Power Button
Press once to turn your dryer on, press again to turn it off. If your dryer is left on for more than 10
minutes without any buttons being touched, the power automatically turns off.
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Cycle
Sensor
Dry
Manual
Dry
Drying
Cooling
Wrinkle
prevent
Temp control
Sensor dry
level
Time
Time
Time
Time
Normal
High
(Medium)
Normal dry
44 min
39 min
5 min
90 min
Heavy
Duty
High (No
change)
Normal dry
60 min
55 min
5 min
90 min
Towels
High (Medium)
Normal dry
52 min
47 min
5 min
90 min
Perm Press
Medium
Low
(No change)
Normal dry
34 min
24 min
10 min
90 min
Delicates
Low (No
change)
Normal dry
29 min
24 min
5 min
90 min
Extra
Delicates
Extra Low
(No change)
Normal dry
29 min
24 min
5 min
90 min
Freshen Up
High (No
change)
-
30 min
25 min
5 min
-
Time Dry
High
-
40 min
35 min
5 min
-
Wrinkle
Release
Medium
-
25 min
20 min
5 min
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Air Fluff
- (No
change)
-
20 min
-
20 min
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Quick Dry
High
-
30 min
25 min
5 min
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CHILD LOCK
A function to prevent children from playing with your dryer.
SETTING/RELEASING
If you want to set or release Child Lock, press both the Time and Signal buttons at the same time for 3
seconds.
How to Set:
1. It can be set while your dryer is running.
2. Once you set the Child Lock function, no button, except for the Power button,
can be controlled until you release the Child Lock function.
3. The Child Lock indicator will be lit.
Notice:
1. If the power is on again, the Child Lock function remains unchanged.
2. To release that function, follow the instructions above.
Notice:
When other buttons, except for the Power button, do not respond, check the Child Lock indicator.
MY CYCLE
Lets you activate your customized cycle that includes Dry Level, Temp, Time option, etc.
By pushing the My Cycle button, you activate the settings used during the previous My Cycle mode.
(Default : Normal Cycle)
If My Cycle mode is activated, My Cycle button will be lit.
You can select all options in My Cycle mode as follows.
1. Select cycle using Cycle Selector dial.
2. After cycle selection, set each option.
Note: At this time, the option will follow as per each cycle’s default option selection.
Then you can start My Cycle by pushing the Start/Pause button in My Cycle mode.
The cycle and options you select will be displayed next time you choose My Cycle.
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Rack Dry
INSTALLING THE DRYING RACK
1. Open dryer door.
2. Position drying rack in tumbler, placing the rear legs in the two recessed areas of the dryer’s
back wall.
3. Place the front lip of the drying rack on top of the lint filter.
4. Place items to be dried on the rack, leaving space between them so air can reach all surfaces.
5. Close dryer door.
6. Use the Time Dry cycle. Select time according to moisture and weight of the items. Start dryer.
It may be necessary to reset the timer if a longer drying time is needed.
SUGGESTED ITEMS
SUGGESTED TEMP. SETTINGS
Washable sweaters (block to
shape and lay flat on rack)
Heat (Low/Extra Low)
Stuffed toys (cotton or
polyester fiberfilled)
Heat (Low/Extra Low)
Stuffed toys (foam or
rubber-filled)
Air Fluff
Foam rubber pillows
Air Fluff
Sneakers
Fluff or Heat
WARNING – Drying foam rubber, plastic, or rubber on a heat setting may cause damage to the item
and lead to a fire hazard.
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An occurrence of an Error will make a sound of error melody for 5sec and continuously show one of the
Error Displays from the following errors.
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Trigger
Action Taken
The Thermistor
resistance is
very low.
Check for:
- Clogged lint screen.
- Restricted vent system.
- Check Thermistor
resistance.
The Thermistor
resistance is
very high.
Check for:
- Clogged lint screen.
- Restricted vent system.
- Check Thermistor
resistance.
Running the
dryer with door
open
Check for:
- Close the door, and
run the dryer
- Loose or open wire
terminals in Door
Sense circuit.
Power source frequency Error
Invalid power
source
Frequency
Check for:
- Not using regular
power source
frequency
- Invalid power frequency sense circuit
Door Circuit Failure
Invalid state for more
than 256
milliseconds
Check for:
- Loose or open wire
terminals in Door
Sense circuit.
Check for:
- Restricted vent system.
- Check Thermistor
resistance.
Dryer Thermistor Short
Sensed
Dryer Thermistor Open
Sensed
Door Open
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Heater Error
Invalid heating Temp in
running the dryer
bE
Button Error
Invalid state
of key circuit short
for 75secs
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Over Dry
Invalid Dry
time in
excess Dry time
Check for:
- Sensor bar Open
- using Adjust time Up
excessively
Et
EEprom Fail
Invalid state
of Eeprom
communication
Check for
- PCB on EEprom
circuit
Check for:
- Display PCB key
circuit short or not
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4-2-1. Continuous Run Mode
Continuous Run Mode:
1. Press Signal + Dryness Level for 3 sec during Power On State (Normal User Mode) .
2. Once in Continuous Run Mode, 7-Segment will toggle display “cc” and the remaining time.
3. The previous cycle will restart during Continuous Run Mode until continuous run mode is
disabled.
4. During Continuous Run Mode, press Signal + Dryness Level for 3 seconds to return to normal
user mode. 7-segment will no long display “cc” and only display the remaining time.
4-2-2. Special Test Mode
Definition of Special Test Mode:
- Dryer must be on before Service Mode can be entered.
- Press Signal and Temp Keys for 3 seconds, or until 3 beeps are heard.
- The machine will now be in Service Mode.
- Upon entry into Service Mode, the Sensor Bar Touch Data will be shown (Default Special Test Mode).
How to Enter:
- To enter Special Test Mode press Signal and Temp Keys for 3 seconds for 3 seconds or until the control
beep.
(same for all Frontier models.)
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4-2-3. Sensor Bar Touch Data Mode
Definition of Sensor Bar Touch Data Mode:
-While in Power On pressing Signal and Temp Keys for 3 seconds
-This action will put the dryer into sensor bar touch data mode
- Dryer will display Sensor Bar data. This mode is default mode of entering service mode
How to Enter:
- While in Power off pressing Signal and Temp Keys for 3 seconds (same for all Frontier models.)
4-2-4. Cycle Count Mode
Definition of Cycle Count Mode:
- While in Service Mode pressing the Signal key will put the dryer into the cycle count mode
- Cycle number executed will display.
How to Enter:
- To enter Special Test Mode press While in Service Mode pressing the Signal key for 3 seconds or until
the control beep.
(same for all Frontier models.)
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4-2-5. Software Version Mode
Definition of Software Version Mode:
- While in Service Mode pressing the Temp key will put the dryer into the software version mode
How to Enter:
- To enter Special Test Mode press Temp Key until the control beep.
(same for all Frontier models.)
ex) In case of “U105”, U0 means major version “v1“ 05 means minor version “05”
4-2-6. System Check Mode
Special Test Mode:
- While in Power Off, pressing the Dryness Level + Power keys simultaneously will put the dryer into the
System Check mode
- “ t2 “ will display.
- System Check Mode Progress
t2 mode Function Performed Start/Pause Motor(CW) Relay On → Heater Relay On → Heater Relay Off →
Motor(CW) Relay Off (Circulation)
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TOOL
1
Box driver
2
Double-ended
spanner
10mm
13mm
19mm
Heater (1)
Motor (1), Balance (5), 2 holes of each left and right of the
shock absorber 1 Pulley hole
10, 13,19mm
Replaceable for the box driver.
Since the bolt runs idle when the box driver is used, use the
box driver 17mm.
3
Vice pliers
4
Other(Driver, Nipper, Long nose)
5
JIG for the Tub
Tool to protect the idle and abrasion of the bolt for the
box driver.
General tools for the after service.
1 (Disassemble and Assemble)
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5-1
5-2. DISASSEMBLY
Warning! To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death, disconnect the power to the washing machine.
Part Name
How To Do
Top
Removal
1.Disconnect power supply to unit.
2.Remove 2 10mm screws from
dryer back.
3.Slide Top Cover towards the rear
and lift from unit.
Drum Baffle
Removal
1.Disconnect power supply to unit.
2.Remove Top Cover.
3.Remove four screws located at
the sound dampening seem.
Console
Removal
1.Disconnect power supply to unit.
2.Remove Top Cover.
3.Remove two screws mounting
the Heater PCB Board.
4.Disconnect the black and white
connectors.
5.Remove four screws attaching
Console to dryer
6.Rotate Console down and
remove from dryer.
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Part Name
Descriptive Picture
How To Do
Front Panel
Removal
1.Disconnect power supply to unit.
2.Remove Top Cover.
3.Remove Console.
4.Remove four screws attaching
Front Panel to dryer.
5.Remove two screws in the door
area.
6.Pull Front Panel forward and
disconnect the Interior Light
harness.
7.Lift the Front Panel off the three
tabs across the bottom and
remove.
Front Bulkhead
Removal
1.Disconnect power supply to unit.
2.Remove Top Cover.
3.Remove Console.
4.Remove Front Panel.
5.Remove screws retaining
Console Back Cover.
6.DisconnectInteriorLightwiring
harness.
7.Disconnect Moisture Sensor
wiring harness.
8.Remove four Bulkhead retaining
screws.
9.Lift Bulkhead from Cabinet and
remove.
Moisture
Sensor
Removal
1.Disconnect power supply to unit.
2.Remove Top Cover.
3.Remove Console.
4.Remove Front Panel.
5.Disconnect Moisture Sensor wire
harness.
6.Remove sensor attachment
screw.
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Part Name
Descriptive Picture
How To Do
Drum Removal
1.Disconnect power supply to unit.
2.Remove Top Cover.
3.Remove Console.
4.Remove Front Panel.
5.Remove Console Back Cover.
6.Remove Front Bulkhead.
7.Remove belt from Idler Pulley.
8.Grasp the Drum with one hand
and the belt with the other. Lift
the Drum and slide out the front.
Carefully spread the cabinet as
needed to gain additional
clearance.
Rear Roller
Removal
1.Disconnect power supply to unit.
2.Remove Rear Bulkhead.
3.Remove Roller Keeper and nut.
Motor/Blower
Assembly
Removal
(1)
1.Disconnect power supply to unit.
2.Remove Top Cover.
3.Remove Console.
4.Remove Front Panel.
5.Remove Console Back Cover.
6.Remove Belt from Idler Pulley.
7.Remove Drum.
8.Remove the two screws securing
the Blower Intake Panel to the
Blower Housing. Remove Blower
Intake panel.
9.Removed the screw at the
bottom of the blower housing.
10.Remove the blower attachment
screw under the Thermistor.
11.Remove two screws attaching
the motor bracket to the base.
12.Disconnect the Motor wire
harness and the two wires to the
belt switch.
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Part Name
Motor/Blower
Assembly
Removal
(2)
Descriptive Picture
How To Do
13.Slide the Motor Blower.
Assembly toward the heater and
lift to disengage the tabs on the motor
from the slots in the base.
14.Remove the 14mm nut securing the blower
wheel to the shaft. The nut is a left hand
thread.
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15.Remove Blower Wheel.
16.Remove the three screws
securing the blower housing to
the motor bracket.
17.Remove the three screws
securing the blower housing to
the motor bracket .
18.Use a wide blade screwdriver to pop off the
motor retentionclamps.
Rear Bulkhead
Removal
1.Disconnect power supply to unit.
2.Remove Top Cover.
3.Remove Console.
4.Remove Front Panel.
5.Remove Console Back Cover.
6.Remove Belt from Idler Pulley.
7.Remove Drum.
8.Remove 7 screws from the back.
9.Lift the rear bulkhead off the right
and left side hangers.
Burner Removal
1.Disconnect power supply to unit.
2.Shut off gas supply.
3.Disconnect gas line.
4.Remove two screws securing
burner to bracket.
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5.Remove the two screws attaching
the housing to the burner bracket.
The screws are recessed from view.
6.Slide Burner Assembly from dryer.
Heater Assembly
Removal
1.Disconnect power supply to unit.
2.Remove Top Cover.
3.Remove Console.
4.Remove Front Cover.
5.Remove Heater Assembly retaining screw.
6.Slide Heater Assembly out the front of dryer.
7.Remove the wiring terminals from the Heater
Assembly.
8.Reinstall by aligning the tabs on the back
bulkhead with the notches in the Heater As
sembly.
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5-3. REASSEMBLY
Reassembly procedures are in the reverse order of dissasembly procedures.
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As the micom dry machine is configured of the complicate structure, there might be the
service call.
Below information is prepared for exact trouble diagnosis and suitable repair guide.
Caution for the Repair and Replacement
Please follow below instruction for the trouble diagnosis and parts replacement.
1) As some electronic components are damaged by the charged static electricity from the resin
part of wash machine or the human body, prepare the human body earth or remove the potential differ
ence of the human body and wash machine by contacting the power supply plug when the work contact
ing to PCB is executed.
2) Since AC220~240V is applied to the triac T1 and T2 on P.C.B, the electric shock may occur by
touching and be careful that the strong and weak electricity are mixed.
3) As the P.C.B assembly is designed for no trouble, do not replace the P.C.B assembly by the
wrong diagnosis and follow the procedure of the trouble diagnosis when the micom is not op
erated normally.
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No
Problem
What To Do
Will Not Start or Run
• All wires are hooked up to their corresponding terminals.
• Dryer is plugged in.
• Blown fuse or circuit breaker.
• Door switch functional...door closed. Check for error code 3 (See Table for code
definition).
• Start/Pause rotary selector dial functional.
• Control Board operational.
• Belt off or broken and Belt Cut-off Switch operates.
• Drive motor functional.
• Check motor winding resistance: 2.88ohms between pin #3 and 4, 3.5ohms
between pin #4 and 5.
2
Motor runs/ tumbler will not turn
• Belt off or broken/damaged.
• Idler tension spring too weak or stretched.
• Idler pulley jammed or stuck.
3
Runs a few minutes and then
stops
• Lint buildup around drive motor.
• Low voltage present.
• Blower impeller blocked in blower housing.
• Drive motor - start switch contacts stuck closed.
4
Blows fuses or trips circuit
breaker
- Is the belt connected well?
- Is the winding of the motor continuous?
(Rotor winding, stator winding, generator)
- Is the motor protector normal?
• If above points are not found, the PCB assembly is out of order.
Replace it.
5
Blows fuses or trips circuit
breaker
(Gas Model)
• During ignition the dryer will draw X amps. With the burner ON, the dryer will
draw X amps. If the dryer is drawing amperages above this, then the house
wiring, fuse box or circuit breaker is suspected to be at fault.
• Igniter harness loose and shorted to base.
• Incorrect wiring or wire shorted to ground.
• Drive motor winding shorting to ground.
6
Will not heat (motor runs)
Open heating element.
• Hi-Limit trips easily or is open.
• Regulating thermostat trips easily or is open.
• Membrane switch open.
• Check Thermistor.
7
Will Not Dry Gas Model
Poor Gas Ignition
When the dryer is operated on a heat setting, the igniter should be energized and
burner shall fire within 45 seconds at 120 VAC. The failure of a component in this
system will usually be indicated by one of three symptoms:
The igniter does not glow
If the igniter does not heat up, remove power and using an ohmmeter, check the
following:
• Open flame sensor
• Open igniter
• Shorted booster coil
• Open wiring
• Bad motor switch ( Neutral supply)
• No power from control ( L1 supply)
Igniter glows - No gas ignition
If the igniter heats up but the main burner flame is not ignited, remove power and
using an ohmmeter, check the following:
• Open secondary coil
• Open holding coil
• Open wire harness
• Stuck flame sensor (Stuck closed)
The gas is ignited but the flame
goes out
If a normal ignition takes place and after a short while the flame goes out, check
for the following:
• Radiant sensor contacts opening prematurely.
• Weak gas valve coil may open when stressed by higher Temps.
• Weak Hi-Limit
• Poor venting
• Bad drum seals
Improper drying
clothes wrinkled
Rough texture
long dry time
• Lint filter is not clean.
• Restriction in exhaust.
• Outside exhaust hood damper door stuck closed.
• Exhaust too long, too many elbows, flex ductwork installed.
• Poor intake air available for the dryer.
• Incorrect tumbler speed. Tumbler belt slipping.
• Blower impeller bound; check for foreign material in blower area.
• Customer overloading dryer.
• Check clothing labels for fabric content and cycle selected.
• Clothes too wet due to insufficient spin out by washer.
Noisy and/Or Vibration
• Thumping Check for loose tumbler baffle, rear tumbler roller(s) worn or
misaligned, out-of-round tumbler or high weld seam on tumbler.
• Ticking Check for loose wire harness or object caught in blower wheel area.
• Scraping Check for front or rear bulkhead felt seal out of position or worn
tumbler front bearings.
• Roaring Check for blower wheel rubbing on blower housing or bad motor
bearings.
• Popping or squealing sound. Check for a sticky or frayed belt.
1
8
9
10
11
12
6-2
9051#SUREOHP#FKHFNLQJ#DQG#PHWKRG#RI#SFE
-If you plug in the power cord and turn Power S/W on, memorized data is displayed.
If any data is not displayed, check the followings.
90504#Wkh#Sduw#Ri#Srzhu#Vrxufh#
No Power ON
The Voltage Of
Betweenⓐand ⓑIs
As Big As 12V?
No
Check The Trans
Yes
The Voltage Of
Betweenⓒand ⓓ Is
As Big As 12V?
No
Check The Diode
(D11,D12,D16,D17,D18)
And Condenser(CE3)
No
Exchange IC3(7805) And Check
The Condenser(CE5)
Yes
The Voltage Of
Betweenⓔand ⓓ Is
As Big As 5V?
Yes
6-3
905051#Uhvhw#Sduw
The Value Of Measurement
Result Of Between Micom 25
And Gnd Is 5V?
No
Check The Power Source
Yes
Check IC4
IC4
7533
R40 100
CE7 1UF
905061#Lqwhuuxsw#Sduw
Check The Curve
Output Of ⓐ ?
Check D11,12,16,17,18
Yes
Check The Micom
Number 67 ?
Yes
Check The Part Of
Oscillator
6-4
Check TR2,R35
25
905071#Fkhfnlqj#Wkh#Sduw#Ri#Dq#Rvfloodwru
The Value Of Measurement
Result Of Between Micom 25
And Gnd Is 5V?
No
Check The Power Source
Yes
Check IC4
905081#Fkhfn#Wkh#Sduw#Ri#Ex}}hu
ⓐ Part Confirm DC12V ?
No
Check The Part Of Power Source
Yes
Exchange BUZZER1,
Check R5,R46
6-5
Memo
6-6
Exploded View of Whole Parts
-4-
1. Exploded View of Duct, Heater, Motor
49
43
52
44
32
40
41
51
14
50
53
11
42
18
13
36
33
38
22
45
37
34
47
30
39
29
46
23
3
24
12
( GAS MODEL ONLY )
28
2
4
21
7
31
6
27
35
17
15
26
1
10
8
35
9
20
20
25
48
19
16
-5-
5
1. Parts List of Duct, Heater, Motor
No.
CODE NO.
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
1
6021-001201
NUT-INCH
LEFT TURN,3/8"-24,ZPC(YEL),MSWR10,INCH
1
2
DC31-00055A
MOTOR-DRYER
WINGS-PJT,120V 60Hz,60Hz,120V
1
3
DC61-01214A
SPRING-PLATE
WINGS-DRYER,SK-5,MOTOR
2
4
3405-001077
SWITCH-MICRO
125V,15A,180gf,2
1
5
DC61-01215A
SPRING-TENSION
WINGS-DRYER,HSWR,BELT CONTROL
1
6
DC61-01228A
HOLDER-SHAFT
WINGS-DRYER,NYLON#6,NTR,ROLLER
1
7
DC97-07509B
ASSY-ROLLER
MDE9700AYW,DRYER/MOTOR/IDLER
1
8
DC61-01241A
GUIDE-DUCT FAN
WINGS-DRYER,TB-54,NTR
1
9
DC63-00536A
COVER-DUCT FAN
WINGS-DRYER,TB-54,NTR
1
10
DC97-07895A
ASSY-DUCT CONNECTOR
MDE9700AYW,DRYER/ELECTRIC
1
11
DC47-00018A
THERMOSTAT
60T11,250V,25A20~15030~150,25A,23.6,100M,260F-50F(HI-LIMIT)
1
12
DC99-00507A
ASSY PIPE
MDG9700AWW,GAS DRYER/ELBOW ASSY
1
13
DC62-00200A
TUBE-BURNER
WINGS-DRYER,PRESS(GAS UNIT),-,-,-,-,MAYTAG G/S
1
14
DC32-00008A
SENSOR-RADIANT
10RS,GD-PJT,0~150,120,4.5,100,-,-,FRAME GAS
1
15
DC67-00180A
FAN
WINGS-DRYER,FRPP(15%)
1
16
DC47-00016A
THERMOSTAT
B-2,-,250V,25A,-20~150,-40~150,25A,16,100M,-,85/SAFETY
1
17
DC96-00882B
ASSY-BRACKET IDLER
MDE9700AYW,DRYER/IDLER
1
18
DC47-00019A
HEATER-DRY
GD-PJT,-,5300W,21A,240,10,D1.3,240V5300
1
19
6002-000213
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,1,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SWRCH18
2
20
6002-000470
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,1,M4,L10,ZPC,SCRCH18A
5
21
6009-001342
SCREW-SPECIAL
TH,+,M5,L11,ZPC(YEL)
1
22
DC47-00022A
HEATER-IGNITOR
120V4.5A
1
23
DC61-01232A
BRACKET-BURNER
SGCC(GI),1.4t
1
24
DC61-01224A
DIE-HEATER
WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),NTR,T1.0
1
25
DC61-01240A
BRACKET-THERMISTOR
WINGS-DRYER,TB-54,GUIDE-DUCT FAN
1
26
DC61-01213A
BRACKET-MOTOR
WINGS-DRYER,HGI,T2.0
1
27
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
3
28
6002-000488
SCREW-TAPPING
PH,+,2S,M3,L16,ZPC(YEL),SWRCH1
1
29
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
1
30
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
2
31
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
2
32
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
1 2
33
6002-001310
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M3.5,L20,PASS
1
34
DC63-00623A
ABSORBER-IGNITOR
FELT,T2,W10,L10
1
-6-
QTY
1. Parts List of Duct, Heater, Motor
No.
CODE NO.
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
35
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
2
36
DC67-00132A
DUCT-HEATER(U)
WINGS-DRYER,AL-COAT,T0.6,NTR,UPPER
1
37
DC67-00133A
DUCT-HEATER(L)
WINGS-DRYER,AL-COAT,T0.6,NTR,-
1
38
6002-001305
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M5,L10,PASS
1
39
DC97-08891A
ASSY-HEATER DUCT
WINGS-DRYER,HEATER,5300W
1
40
6002-000239
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L8,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
7
41
6002-000239
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L8,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
4
42
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
3
43
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
2
44
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
1
45
6021-001130
NUT-CIRCULAR
SPN-4,ID3.8,OD12,BLK,SK-5,H1.4,T0.3
1
46
6006-001172
SCREW-TAPPING
WE,TH,+,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL)
3
47
DC62-00201A
VALVE-GAS
WINGS-DRYER,DIECASTING,-,-,-,MAYTAG GAS
1
48
DC32-00007A
THERMISTOR
N3S1-K41-S1,10K,10KOHM 25,-40~105,-,5,-,5,N3S1-K41-S1
1
49
DC47-00017A
THERMOSTAT
60T21,250V,15A/25A,-20~150,-30~150,230F-50F(HI-LIMIT)
1
50
DC96-00887A
ASSY-BRCKET
THERMOSTAT
MDE9700AYW,DRYER/ELECTRIC
1
51
DC67-00136B
DUCT-CONE(F)
WINGS-DRYER,AL-COAT,T0.6,-,-,NTR,FRONT
1
52
DC67-00137B
DUCT-CONE(B)
WINGS-DRYER,AL-COAT,T0.6,-,-,NTR,BACK
1
53
DC97-07602B
ASSY-DUCT CONE
MDG9700AWW,GAS
1
-7-
QTY
2. Exploded View of Front
16
17
9
8
10
20
2
1
12
15
13
5
11
11
6
10
14
19
18
4
3
-8-
7
2. Parts List of Front
No.
CODE NO.
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
1
DC66-00395A
LEVER-DOOR
WINGS-DRYER,POM,NTR
1
2
DC97-07510A
ASSY-HOLDER LEVER
WINGS-DRYER,POM,NTR
1
3
DC97-10338A
ASSY-COVER DOOR
FRONTIER
1
4
DC61-01523A
HOLDER-GLASS
FRONTIER-DRYER,TB-54,GRAY
1
5
DC61-01532A
HINGE-DOOR
FRONTIER,ZNDC
1
6
DC61-01576A
SUPPORT-HINGE
FRONTIER,STS304,T1.2,HOLDER-GLASS
1
7
DC97-10350A
ASSY-FRAME FRONT
FRONTIER-DRYER,WHT
1
8
DC64-00828A
DOOR-SWITCH
GD-PJT,PA,T13.6,H38.5,W44.3,WHT,120V/15A SPE110F
1
9
6006-001172
SCREW-TAPPING
WE,TH,+,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL)
3
10
6002-001006
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,PASS,STS430
4
11
6001-001773
SCREW-MACHINE
TH,+,M5,L12
4
12
6002-000444
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS430
2
13
DC61-00891A
GUIDE-HINGE
HAUZEN(DOM),POM,WHT,HINGE
4
14
6002-000213
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,1,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SWRCH18
8
15
6002-000444
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS430
9
16
DC72-00032B
SPONGE-EPDM
MDE9700AYW,EPDM,T3,W15,L345,BLK,FRAME-FRONT
4
17
DC61-01222A
BRACKET-HINGE
WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T1.6
2
18
DC64-00993A
DOOR-GLASS
WINGS-DRYER,GLASS,T5,TRP,G/SOURCING
1
19
DC62-00198B
SEAL-DOOR
WINGS-DRYER,SILICON,GRAY
1
-9-
QTY
3. Exploded View of Drum
14
18
19
28
29
9
7
4
27
12
17
30
11
31
25
24
10
5
33
21
23
4
7
3
23
22
32
4
3
4
3
24
4
20
15
23
26
4
13
1
7
3
4
16
8
2
- 10 -
7
4
6
3. Parts List of Drum
No.
CODE NO.
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
1
DC97-10355A
ASSY-DRUM WRAPPER
FRONTIER-DRYER,STAINLESS
1
2
DC66-00436A
DRUM-LIFTER
WINGS-DRYER,TI-42,GRAY
3
3
DC60-50145A
NUT-HEX
MSWR10,M10
4
4
DC60-60060A
WASHER
T2,ID12,OD24,YEL
8
5
DC66-00398A
DRUM-BACK
WINGS-DRYER,STS-301,T0.6,HAIRLINE#4
1
6
DC97-07521A
ASSY-DUCT AIR
MDE9700AYW,DRYER/ELECTRIC
1
7
DC97-07523A
ASSY-ROLLER
MDE9700AYW,DRYER/EPDM
2
8
6602-001314
BELT-TIMING GEAR
0724,RUBBER(GOODYEAR),T3*W8,-,L2337,BLACK
1
9
4713-001199
LAMP-INCANDESCENT
120V,83mA,10W,NTR,22x54mm
1
10
DC61-01231A
PLATE-SENSOR
WINGS-DRYER,STS-304,T0.8,TOUCH-SENSOR
2
11
DC61-01235A
GUIDE-SENSOR
WINGS-DRYER,TI-42,GRAY,TUOCH-SENSOR
1
12
DC63-00531A
COVER-LAMP
WINGS-DRYER,PC(LEXAN#141R),TRP
1
13
DC97-07526A
ASSY-DUCT OUTLET
MDE9700AYW,SRYER/ELECTRIC
1
14
DC61-01521A
CASE-FILTER
WINGS-DRYER,TI-42,GRAY,26*26 MESH INSERT
1
15
DC63-00675A
COVER-FILTER(B)
WINGS-DRYER,TI-42-,GRAY,BACK
1
16
6002-001204
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,1,M4,L16,PASS,STS304
12
17
6006-001172
SCREW-TAPPING
WE,TH,+,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL)
4
18
6002-001006
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,-,STS410
1
19
DC61-01220A
GUIDE-LAMP
WINGS-DRYER,TB-54,BLK,INTERIPOR LAMP
1
20
DC63-00538A
COVER-FILTER(F)
WINGS-DRYER,TI-42,GRAY,FRONT
1
21
DC61-01238A
BRACKET-DRUM BACK(T)
WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T1.0,TOP
1
22
DC61-01237A
BRACKET-DRUM BACK(S)
WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T1.0,SIDE
2
23
6002-000239
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L8,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
7
24
6002-001366
SCREW-TAPPING
BH,+,2S,M4(P1.8),L16,PASS,STS304
3
25
6002-001320
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L8,PASS,STS304
1
26
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
3
27
6002-001320
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L8,PASS,STS304
1
28
DC47-00021A
SOCKET-LAMP
WINGS-DRYER,125V,0.6A,-,125V75W
1
29
DC97-10362A
ASSY-S.DRUM FRONT
FRONTIER-DRYER,EGI,WHT
1
30
DC97-08889A
ASSY-GUIDE SENSOR
WINGS-DRYER,PREMIUM
1
31
6046-000310
STAND OFF
ID11.5,L2,NTR,NYLON66,DAWH-3NA
3
32
DC61-40081A
HOLDER-WIRE
DAWH-2NC,NYLON66,-,-,-,-,NTR(PI18.5)
1
33
DC97-07521C
ASSY-DUCT AIR
MDG9700AWW,DRYER/GAS
1
- 11 -
QTY
4. Exploded View of Frame, Panel-Control
3
18
20
21
30
28
27
4
26
15
22
9
32
10
12
14
23
13
36
33
35
29
19
11
27
7
25
24
33
34
31
5
28
19
1
17
19
2
6
8
- 12 -
16
4. Exploded View of Frame, Panel-Control
- 13 -
4. Parts List of Frame, Panel-Control
DESCRIPTION
Part Number
1
DC96-00763A
ASSY-FLAT WIRE HARNESS
GR-PJT,FLAT WIRE
1
2
DC96-00764A
ASSY-M.WIRE HARNESS
GR-PJT,HEATER USA
1
2-1
DC96-00765A
ASSY-M.WIRE HARNESS
GR-PJT,GAS USA
1
3
MFS-FTDT-00
ASSY PCB PARTS
MDE27-00 DRYER
1
4
MFS-F12DL-S0
ASSY PCB PARTS
MDP27-S0 DRYER
1
5
DC61-01233A
GUIDE-EXHAUST
WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T0.8
1
6
DC61-01226A
BRACKET-LEG
WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T1.6
4
7
DC97-08855A
ASSY-COVER POWER
WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T0.8,NTR
1
8
DC61-01212A
LEG
WINGS-PROJECT,FRPP
1
9
DC97-10358A
ASSY-PANEL CONTROL
FRONTIER-DRYER,GOOD
1
10
DC64-01122A
PANEL-CONTROL
FRONTIER-DRYER,ABS,WHT
1
11
DC64-01105A
BUTTON-PUSH(P)
FRONTIER,ABS,WHT
1
12
DC66-00383A
LEVER-POWER
GW-PJT,POM,NTR,PREMIUM
1
13
DC97-10511A
ASSY-KNOB ENCODER
FRONTIER
1
14
DC61-01525A
FRAME-PLATE(U)
FRONTIER-DRYER,SECC(EGI),NTR,T1.0
1
15
DC63-00523A
COVER-TOP
GW-PJT,SBHG1-A,T1.6,W684,L562,WHT,G100
1
16
DC61-01522A
DIE-RACK DRY
FRONTIER-DRYER,TB-54,GRAY
1
17
DC96-00766A
ASSY-WIRE HARNESS
GR-PJT,SUB/TOUCH SENSOR
1
18
6002-001305
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M5,L10,PASS
2
19
6002-000239
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L8,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
10
20
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
3
21
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
1
22
6002-000213
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,1,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SWRCH18
5
23
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
4
24
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),SM20C
2
25
6002-001172
SCREW-TAPPING
WE,TH,+,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL)
1
26
6006-001170
SCREW-TAPPING
WS,TH,+,M4,L10,ZPC(YEL)
1
27
DC61-60074A
CLAMPER-WIRE SADDLE
NYLON#66(DAWS-6NB),NTR
3
28
DC61-40081A
HOLDER-WIRE
DAWH-2NC,NYLON66,NTR(PI18.5) / ELECTRIC
9
DAWH-2NC,NYLON66,NTR(PI18.5) / GAS
11
MDE9700AYW,PP,WHT,POWER CORD
1
28-1
29
DC61-01428A
HOLDER-POWER
SPECIFICATION
QTY
No.
- 14 -
4. Parts List of Frame, Panel-Control
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
QTY
No.
Part Number
30
DC61-01229A
HOLDER-PCB
WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T0.8,NTR,MAIN PCB HOLD
1
31
D97-07516A
ASSY-FRAME
MDE9700AYW,MAYTAG/PREMIUM/WHT
1
31-1
D97-07516B
ASSY-FRAME
MDG9700AWW,MAYTAG/PREMIUM/WHT - GAS
1
32
6006-001172
SCREW-TAPPING
WE,TH,+,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL)
4
33
DC97-07519A
ASSY-DUCT EXHAUST
FRONTIER-DRYER,1-PIECE TYPE
1
34
DC96-00038G
ASSY-POWER CORD
W752P,HOUSING-TYPE(SAMIL)125V/10A(UL/CSA)
1
35
DC63-00534A
COVER-BACK
WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T0.8,-,-,-,-,NTR,-
1
36
DC64-01108A
BUTTON-ENCODER
FRONTIER,ABS,FRONTIER
1
- 15 -
8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
-You can search for updated part codes through ITSELF web site.
URL : http://itself.sec.samsung.co.kr/
Loc. No.
Code No.
Description & Specification
QTY
SA/SNA
SNA
H0001
DC96-00791A
ASSY-MOTOR DUCT;MDE7800AYW,240V/60HZ
1
Z0050
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),
2
SA
U0095
6602-001314
BELT-TIMING GEAR;0724,RUBBER(GOODYEAR),T
1
SA
H0032
DC96-01112A
ASSY-MOTOR;MDE9700AYW,DRYER/MOTOR
1
SA
H0002
DC31-00055A
MOTOR-DRYER;-,WINGS-PJT,-,120V 60Hz,-,-,
1
SA
DC96-00790B
ASSY-BRACKET MOTOR;MDE9700AYW,DRYER/MOTO
1
SA
H0004
DC61-01213A
BRACKET-MOTOR;WINGS-DRYER,HGI,T2.0,-,-,-
1
SA
H0073
DC61-01215A
SPRING-TENSION;WINGS-DRYER,HSWR,-,-,-,-,
2
SA
C0103
3405-001077
SWITCH-MICRO;125V,15A,180gf,2
1
SA
Z0051
6002-000488
SCREW-TAPPING;PH,+,-,2S,M3,L16,ZPC(YEL),
1
SA
Z0033
6009-001342
SCREW-SPECIAL;TH,+,-,M5,L11,ZPC(YEL),SWR
1
SA
DC61-01449A
HOLDER-BRACKET;MDE9700AYW,HSWR,T2.5,W30,
1
SNA
H0082
DC96-00882B
ASSY-BRACKET IDLER;MDE9800AYW,DRYER/IDLE
1
SA
R0165
DC61-01228A
HOLDER-SHAFT;WINGS-DRYER,NYLON#6,-,-,-,N
1
SA
H0008
DC61-01230A
BRACKET-IDLER;WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T2.0
1
SNA
H0083
DC66-00401A
SHAFT-IDLER;WINGS-DRYER,STS-410,-,-,-,-,
1
SNA
H0081
DC97-07509B
ASSY-ROLLER;MDE9700AYW,DRYER/MOTOR/IDLER
1
SA
H0084
DC66-00402A
ROLLER-IDLER;WINGS-DRYER,POM,-,-,-,-,MOT
1
SA
6601-001291
BEARING-OILLESS;-,ID13,OD21.8,L22,FE+OIL
1
SNA
DC97-07508A
ASSY-COVER DUCT;MDE7800AYW,DRYER
1
SNA
SA
W0035
DC32-00007A
THERMISTOR;N3S1-K41-S1,10K,10KOHM 25,-40
1
F0005
DC47-00016A
THERMOSTAT;B-2,-,250V,25A,-20~150,-40~15
1
SA
W0013
DC61-01240A
BRACKET-THERMISTOR;WINGS-DRYER,TB-54,-,-
1
SA
U0371
DC61-01241A
GUIDE-DUCT FAN;WINGS-DRYER,TB-54,-,-,-,W
1
SA
H0013
DC63-00536A
COVER-DUCT FAN;WINGS-DRYER,TB-54,-,-,-,-
1
SA
Z0039
6002-000470
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,1,M4,L10,ZPC(YEL),S
5
SC
Z0050
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),
3
SA
Z0053
6021-001201
NUT-INCH;LEFT TURN,3/8”-24,ZPC(YEL),MSW
1
SA
H0080
DC61-01214A
SPRING-PLATE;WINGS-DRYER,SK-5,-,-,-,-,-,
2
SA
H0048
DC67-00180A
FAN;WINGS-DRYER,FRPP(15%),-,-,-,MO
1
SA
DC66-00440A
BLADE-BLOWER;WINGS-DRYER,FRPP(15%),-,-,-
1
SNA
H0040
DC61-01205A
BUSH-FAN;WINGS-DRYER,STS430,-,-,-,-,FAN
1
SNA
Z0006
6002-000213
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),S
2
SNA
R0001
DC97-10356A
ASSY-DRUM;DV736E4/XAA,FRONTIER
1
SNA
Z0006
6002-000213
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),S
3
SNA
Z0020
6006-001174
SCREW-TAPPING;WE,TH,+,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL)
11
SA
I0064
DC61-01521A
CASE-FILTER;DV736E4/XAA(FRONTIER),FRPP(G
1
SA
M0066
DC61-01522A
DIE-RACK DRY;WINGS-DRYER,TB-54,-,-,NTR,P
1
SA
N0006
DC61-40081A
HOLDER-WIRE;DAWH-2NC,NYLON66,-,-,-,-,NTR
1
SA
U0372
DC97-07526A
ASSY-DUCT OUTLET;MDE7800AYW,SRYER/ELECTR
1
SA
REMARK
SNA
D0111
DC63-10001K
SPONGE-EPDM;SWF-P12,EPDM,-,T3,W15,L530,B
1
SNA
DC67-00127A
DUCT-OUTLET(F);WINGS-DRYER,AL-COAT,T0.6,
1
SNA
DC67-00128A
DUCT-OUTLET(B);WINGS-DRYER,AL-COAT,T0.6,
1
SNA
D0111
DC72-00032A
SPONGE-EPDM;MDE7800AYW,EPDM,-,T5,W20,L40
1
SNA
D0111
DC72-00032C
SPONGE-EPDM;MDE7800AYW,EPDM,-,T5,W20,L38
1
SNA
R0015
DC97-08300A
ASSY-DRUM BACK;MDG7800AWW,GAS/PREMIUM/ST
1
SNA
8-1
Loc. No.
Code No.
Description & Specification
QTY
SA/SNA
Z0007
6002-000239
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,2S,M4,L8,ZPC(YEL),S
9
SC
Z0004
DC60-50145A
NUT-HEX;-,MSWR10,-,-,-,-,-,-,M10
2
SA
H0074
DC60-60060A
WASHER;-,T2,-,ID12,OD24,-,YEL,-
4
SA
R0170
DC61-01237A
BRACKET-DRUM BACK;WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),
1
SA
R0170
DC61-01238A
BRACKET-DRUM BACK;WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),
2
SA
H0081
DC97-07523A
ASSY-ROLLER;MDE7800AYW,DRYER/EPDM
2
SA
6601-001291
BEARING-OILLESS;-,ID13,OD21.8,L22,FE+OIL
1
SNA
R0164
DC61-01227A
GUIDE-ROLLER;WINGS-DRYER,PP,-,-,-,BLU,-
1
SNA
R0165
DC61-01228A
HOLDER-SHAFT;WINGS-DRYER,NYLON#6,-,-,-,N
2
SA
R0168
DC66-00394A
ROLLER;WINGS-PROJECT,EPDM,-,-,BLK,-,I
1
SNA
DC66-00400A
SHAFT-ROLLER;WINGS-DRYER,STS-410,L56,OD1
1
SNA
R0005
DC66-00398B
DRUM-BACK;WINGS-DRYER,STS430M,-,-,-,HAIR
1
SA
U0374
DC97-07521B
ASSY-DUCT AIR;MDG4800AWW,GAS DRYER/WING
1
SA
DC67-00134B
DUCT-AIR(F);WINGS-DRYER,AL-COAT,T0.6,-,-
1
SNA
DC67-00135B
DUCT-AIR(B);WINGS-DRYER,AL-COAT,T0.6,-,-
1
SNA
R0016
DC97-10354A
ASSY-DRUM FRONT;DV736E4/XAA,FRONTIER-DRY
1
SNA
R0163
4713-001199
LAMP-INCANDESCENT;120V,83mA,10W,NTR,-,-,
1
SA
Z0050
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),
1
SA
Z0028
6002-000445
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,2S,M4,L18,PASS,STS4
3
SA
Z0052
6002-001320
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,2S,M4,L8,PASS,STS304,
3
SA
A0125
6046-000310
STAND OFF;ID11.5,L2,NTR,NYLON66,DAWH-3NA
3
SA
F0118
DC47-00021A
SOCKET-LAMP;-,MDE7800,E12,125V,0.6A,-,12
1
SA
Z0004
DC60-50145A
NUT-HEX;-,MSWR10,-,-,-,-,-,-,M10
2
SA
H0074
DC60-60060A
WASHER;-,T2,-,ID12,OD24,-,YEL,-
4
SA
F0227
DC61-01220A
GUIDE-LAMP;WINGS-DRYER,TB-54,-,-,-,BLK,I
1
SA
F0041
DC63-00531A
COVER-LAMP;WINGS-DRYER,PC(LEXAN#141R),-,
1
SA
I0056
DC63-00538A
COVER-FILTER(F);WINGS-DRYER,TI-42,-,-,-,
1
SA
I0057
DC63-00675A
COVER-FILTER(B);DV736E4/XAA,TI-42,-,-,-,
1
SA
H0081
DC97-07523A
ASSY-ROLLER;MDE7800AYW,DRYER/EPDM
2
SA
6601-001291
BEARING-OILLESS;-,ID13,OD21.8,L22,FE+OIL
1
SNA
R0164
DC61-01227A
GUIDE-ROLLER;WINGS-DRYER,PP,-,-,-,BLU,-
1
SNA
R0165
DC61-01228A
HOLDER-SHAFT;WINGS-DRYER,NYLON#6,-,-,-,N
2
SA
R0168
DC66-00394A
ROLLER;WINGS-PROJECT,EPDM,-,-,BLK,-,I
1
SNA
DC66-00400A
SHAFT-ROLLER;WINGS-DRYER,STS-410,L56,OD1
1
SNA
Q0001
DC97-08894A
ASSY-GUIDE SENSOR(M);MDE9700AYW,TOUCH SE
1
SNA
W0001
DC96-00766A
ASSY-WIRE HARNESS;GR-PJT,SUB/TOUCH SENSO
1
SA
Q0002
DC97-08889A
ASSY-GUIDE SENSOR;MDE9700AYW,YOUCH SENSO
1
SA
Q0003
DC61-01231A
PLATE-SENSOR;WINGS-DRYER,STS-430,T0.8,-,
2
SA
Q0004
DC61-01235A
GUIDE-SENSOR;WINGS-DRYER,TI-42,-,-,-,GRY
1
SA
A0371
DC97-10362A
ASSY-S.DRUM FRONT;DV736E4/XAA,FRONTIER-D
1
SA
F0117
6041-001035
RIVET-RH;K1661-0512,AL(A5052),OD3.9,L11
4
SNA
DC61-01236A
BRACKET-DRUM FRONT;WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI)
4
SNA
R0002
DC66-00435A
DRUM-FRONT;DV736E4/XAA,SECC(EGI),T1.0,-,
1
SNA
R0172
DC97-10355A
ASSY-DRUM WRAPPER;DV736E4/XAA,FRONTIER(G
1
SA
Z0041
6002-001204
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,1,M4,L16,PASS,STS43
12
SA
SNA
8-2
REMARK
Loc. No.
Code No.
Description & Specification
QTY
SA/SNA
DC02-00014A
CHEMICALS-BOND;MDE7800AYW,-,-,-,ASSY-FEL
25
SNA
A0356
DC63-00597C
SHEET-DAMPING;MDE9700AYW,BUTYL,T1.5,W100
6
SNA
R0003
DC66-00397A
DRUM-WRAPPER;WINGS-DRYER,STS-304,T0.6,-,
1
SNA
R0006
DC66-00436A
DRUM-LIFTER;DV736E4/XAA,TI-42,-,-,-,GRY,
3
SA
F0024
DC97-07618A
ASSY-GASKET PAD;MDE7800AYW,DRYER/DRUM-WR
2
SNA
A0001
DC97-10370A
ASSY-CASE;DV736E4/XAA,FRONTIER-DRYER
1
SNA
0203-001508
TAPE-OPP;W50,,YEL
1
SNA
6801-001310
CARD-REGISTRATION;USA,XAA,ENGLISH,MOJOJI
1
SNA
6902-000340
BAG PE;HDPE,T0.015,W230,L360,TRP,8,2-
1
SNA
DC65-60115A
BAND-PP;-,PP,T0.8,W17.5,-,WHT,-
15.2
SNA
DC68-02173A
LABEL-PACKING;W/M,-,ART,-,W90,L175,-,WHT
1
SNA
V0004
DC68-02219A
LABEL-WARNING;MAYTAG,-,ART+LAMI,-,W170,L
1
SNA
A0244
DC68-02235A
LABEL-CAUTION;MAYTAG,-,ART+LAMI,-,W95,L4
1
SNA
A0244
DC68-02236A
LABEL-CAUTION;MAYTAG,-,YUPO,-,W90,L37.0,
1
SNA
V0002
DC68-02238A
LABEL RATING;MAYTAG,-,YUPOJI,-,W136,L37,
1
SNA
DC68-02298A
LABEL-POWER CORD;WF326,SEA,ART+LAMI,-,W1
1
SNA
V0002
DC68-02309B
LABEL RATING;DV316,SEC,YUPOJI,-,W106,L25
1
SNA
A0243
DC68-02312A
MANUAL-BOOK;DV316,SEA,ENGLISH,U.S,100MOJ
1
SNA
DC68-02313A
LABEL-CLEARANCE;DV316,-,ART+LAMI,-,W140,
1
SNA
V0007
DC68-02319A
LABEL-DIAGRAM SCHEMATIC;DV316,-,YUPO,-,-
1
SNA
V0004
DC68-02320A
LABEL-WARNING;DV316,SEA,ART+LAMI,-,-,-,-
1
SNA
V0004
DC68-02321A
LABEL-WARNING;DV316,SEA,ART+LAMI,-,-,-,-
1
SNA
A0244
DC68-02322A
LABEL-CAUTION;DV316,SEA,ART+LAMI,-,-,-,-
1
SNA
V0004
DC68-02324A
LABEL-WARNING;DV316,SEA,ART+LAMI,-,-,-,-
1
SNA
DC68-20091B
LABEL-BAR CODE;MOJO,W32,L125.5,-,-
1
SNA
DC69-00367A
SHEET-PE;GW10-PJT,PE-FOAM,T0.5,L1050,W9
1
SNA
D0053
DC69-00923A
CUSHION-DOOR;MDE9700AYW,PS-FOAM,T8,W40,L
1
SNA
A0015
DC69-00935B
PACKING CASE-DESIGN;DV316LGW,SW3,-,-,W74
1
SNA
X0007
DC69-00965A
CUSHION-BOTTOM;DV736E4/XAA,PS-FOAM,-,-,-
1
SNA
A0197
DC69-00967A
CUSHION-TOP;WF326LAW,PS-FOAM,-,-,-,-,-,N
1
SNA
DC69-90009A
TAPE-SCOTCH PAR;FILAMENT-TAPE,-,W50,-,-
1.4
SNA
W0002
DC96-00038G
ASSY POWER CORD;DV4006,EP3(16A)DRYER
1
SA
C0027
DC97-10371A
ASSY-CONTROL;DV736E4/XAA,FRONTIER-DRYER
1
SNA
Z0050
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),
7
SA
Z0020
6006-001174
SCREW-TAPPING;WE,TH,+,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL)
5
SA
Z0048
6009-001476
SCREW-HEX;HEX,+,-,M5,L10,ZPC3(BLK),SWRCH
2
SA
F0125
DC61-01525A
FRAME-PLATE(U);DV736E4/XAA,SECC(EGI),-,-
1
SNA
N0006
DC61-40081A
HOLDER-WIRE;DAWH-2NC,NYLON66,-,-,-,-,NTR
1
SA
A0364
DC61-60074A
CLAMPER-WIRE SADDLE;-,NYLON#66(DAWS-6NB)
1
SA
W0037
DC96-00763A
ASSY-FLAT WIRE HARNESS;GR-PJT,FLAT WIRE
1
SA
W0004
DC96-00765A
ASSY-M.WIRE HARNESS;GR-PJT,GAS USA
1
SA
P0001
DC97-08634A
ASSY-COVER TOP;GW-PJT,-
1
SA
P0053
DC63-00523A
COVER-TOP;GW-PJT,SECC(EGI),T1.0,W684,L56
1
SNA
W0059
DC63-10002Q
SPONGE-HARNESS;KS-PJT,PU-FOAM,-,T3,W100,
1
SNA
F0037
DC97-10357A
ASSY-FRONT;DV736E4/XAA,FRONTIER-DRYER
1
SNA
Z0027
6001-001773
SCREW-MACHINE;TH,+,-,M5,L12,PASS,STS430,
2
SA
REMARK
8-3
Loc. No.
Code No.
Description & Specification
QTY
SA/SNA
Z0008
6002-000444
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4
2
Z0020
6006-001174
SCREW-TAPPING;WE,TH,+,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL)
3
SA
SA
F0064
DC97-10353A
ASSY-FRAME FRONT;DV736E4/XAA,FRONTIER-DR
1
SNA
Z0027
6001-001773
SCREW-MACHINE;TH,+,-,M5,L12,PASS,STS430,
2
SA
Z0008
6002-000444
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4
2
SA
D0048
DC61-01222A
BRACKET-HINGE;WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T1.6
2
SA
F0103
DC61-01524A
FRAME-FRONT;DV736E4/XAA,SECC(EGI),-,-,WH
1
SNA
F0042
DC64-00828A
DOOR-S/W;GD-PJT,PA,T13.6,H38.5,W44.3,-,
1
SA
SNA
D0111
DC72-00032B
SPONGE-EPDM;MDE7800AYW,EPDM,-,T3,W15,L34
4
SA
D0113
DC97-07510A
ASSY-HOLDER LEVER;MDE7800AYW,DRYER/DOOR
1
SA
DC61-01239A
HOLDER-LEVER;WINGS-DRYER,POM,-,-,-,GRY,-
1
SNA
H0073
DC61-01295A
SPRING-TENSION;WINGS-DRYER,HSWR,CD1.2,ID
2
SNA
D0109
DC61-01296A
GUIDE-LEVER;WINGS-DRYER(ENTRY),POM,-,-,-
2
SNA
DC63-00556A
COVER-HOLDER;WINGS-DRYER,POM,-,-,-,-,-,G
1
SNA
D0001
DC97-10867A
ASSY-DOOR;DV316LGW,FRONTIER(DRYER)
1
SNA
Z0006
6002-000213
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),S
8
SNA
Z0008
6002-000444
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4
15
SA
D0072
DC61-00891A
GUIDE-HINGE;HAUZEN(DOM),POM,-,-,-,WHT,HI
4
SA
D0081
DC61-01523A
HOLDER-GLASS;DV736E4/XAA,TB-53,-,-,-,GRY
1
SA
D0108
DC61-01532A
HINGE-DOOR;WF326LAW,ZNDC,T3.8,-,-,-,-,FR
1
SA
D0105
DC61-01576A
SUPPORT-HINGE;FRONTIER-PJT,STS430,T1.2,-
1
SNA
D0094
DC62-00198B
SEAL-DOOR;WINGS-DRYER,SILICON,GRY,-,-,-,
1
SA
D0061
DC64-00993A
DOOR-GLASS;WINGS-DRYER,GLASS,T5,-,-,-,TR
1
SA
D0107
DC66-00395A
LEVER-DOOR;WINGS-DRYER,POM,-,-,-,-,NTR,-
1
SA
D0010
DC97-10338A
ASSY-COVER DOOR;WF326LAW,FRONTIER
1
SA
D0106
DC63-00673A
COVER-DOOR;WF316LAW,ABS,T2.8,-,-,-,-,CR-
1
SNA
D0066
DC64-01120A
DOOR-SAFETY;WF326LAW,PET,T2.8,-,-,-,NTR,
1
SA
DC64-01121A
DECORATION-DOOR;WF326LAW,STS430,T0.6,-,-
1
SNA
0203-001838
TAPE-DOUBLE FACE;4930,EPDM,T0.6,W41,R213
10
SNA
C0002
DC97-10358A
ASSY-PANEL CONTROL;DV736E4/XAA,GOOD MODE
1
SNA
Z0006
6002-000213
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),S
5
SNA
C0105
DC64-01108A
BUTTON-ENCODER;WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,WHT,FRON
1
SA
C0029
DC97-10511A
ASSY-KNOB ENCODER;FRONTIER,LOWES
1
SA
C0075
DC64-01084A
KNOB-ENCODER(I);K4-PJT,ABS,-,-,-,-,WHT,-
1
SNA
C0104
DC64-01106A
KNOB-ENCODER;WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,-,-,WHT,-,
1
SNA
DC97-10866A
ASSY-S.PANEL CONTROL;FRONTIER(DRYER),DV3
1
SA
DC61-01546A
GUIDE-ENCODER;DV326LGS,ABS,-,-,-,NTR,FRO
1
SNA
C0044
DC64-01105A
BUTTON-PUSH(P);WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,WHT,FRON
1
SA
C0043
DC64-01110A
BUTTON-PUSH(F);WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,WHT,FRON
1
SNA
C0008
DC64-01112A
WINDOW-ENCODER;WF326LAW,SAN,-,-,-,-,TRAN
1
SNA
DC64-01118A
BUTTON-PUSH(AG);WF326AW,ABS,-,-,TRANSPAR
1
SNA
C0082
DC64-01122A
PANEL-CONTROL;DV736E4/XAA,ABS,-,-,-,-,WH
1
SNA
A0242
DC64-01126A
INLAY-PANEL;WF316LAW,PET,T0.188,-,-,WHT,
1
SNA
DC64-01139A
BUTTON-PUSH(C);WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,TRANS,FR
1
SNA
8-4
REMARK
Loc. No.
Code No.
Description & Specification
QTY
SA/SNA
C0106
DC64-01158A
MASCOT;WF326LAW,NICKEL,T0.5,W10.5,L65
1
C0108
DC66-00413A
LEVER-POWER;GW-PJT,POM,-,-,-,-,NTR,ENTRY
1
SA
Y0162
MFS-F12DL-S0
ASSY PCB PARTS(S);MFS-F12DL-S0 FRONTIER
1
SA
0401-000005
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,75V,150mA,DO-35,T
8
SNA
Y0063
0601-001028
LED;ROUND,Y-GRN,3mm,569nm
30
SNA
Y0063
0601-001751
LED;ROUND,RED,3MM,630NM,-
1
SNA
Y0051
1003-000337
IC-DARLINGTON DRIVER;KID65783AP,DIP,18P,
1
SNA
2003-000642
R-METAL OXIDE(S);300ohm,5%,1W,AA,TP,3.3x
11
SNA
2202-002037
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V
1
SNA
3404-001022
SWITCH-TACT;15V,20mA,130±40gf,6x6x5mm,S
11
SNA
3711-000651
HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE;BOX,12P,1R,2.5mm,S
1
SNA
SNA
Y0087
C0011
Y0052
SNA
3711-003133
HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE;BOX,13P,1R,2.5mm,S
1
DC07-00038A
LED DISPLAY;CSV-KSW07EG,FRONTIER-PJT,-,7
1
SNA
DC34-00003A
SWITCH PRESSURE;V7_PJT,DC28V,10mA,24,-,J
1
SNA
DC41-00045A
PCB-SUB;FRONTIER,FR-1,NL 1,-,T1.6,197x
1
SA
DC61-01207A
GUIDE-PCB(S);WINGS-DRYER,HIPS,-,-,-,NTR,
1
SNA
DC61-01514A
GUIDE-LED(B);WF-G106AW,HIPS,-,-,-,NTR,FR
1
SNA
DC61-01516A
GUIDE-LED(C);WF-G106AW,HIPS,-,-,-,NTR,FR
1
SNA
DE02-00036A
CHEMICALS-FLUX SOLDER;KS-77S,-,-,-,-,KOK
2
SNA
DE02-00060A
CHEMICALS-ALCOHOL;ALL,MODEL,-,-,-,-,-,-
1
SNA
DE02-00083A
SOLDER-WIRE;S63S,D3.0,-,-,-,-,-,-,-
10
SNA
SNA
DE02-00086A
SOLDER-WIRE FLUX;RS60S,-,D1.2,60SN/40PB,
1
DE13-20017A
IC-DRIVE;KID65003AP,DIP,16P,STICK,TR-AR
2
SNA
DE39-60001A
WIRE-SO COPPER;,PI0.6,SN,T,52MM TAPING_W
53
SNA
DC97-10875A
ASSY-HOLDER PCB;DV316LGW/XAA,FRONTIER/PC
1
SNA
A0367
DC61-01229A
HOLDER-PCB;WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T0.8,-,
1
SA
Y0161
MFS-FTDT-00
ASSY PCB PARTS(M);MFS-FTDT-00
1
SA
0103-002581
RESIN-PUR;CPU-55B/UEP 700FB,-,-,94V0
94.7
SNA
0103-002582
RESIN-PUR;UEP 700FA/CPU-55A,-,-,94V0
47.3
SNA
0401-000005
DIODE-SWITCHING;1N4148,75V,150mA,DO-35,T
4
SNA
0402-000137
DIODE-RECTIFIER;1N4007,1KV,1A,DO-41,TP
5
SNA
0501-000316
TR-SMALL SIGNAL;KSA928A-Y,PNP,1000mW,TO-
2
SNA
0504-001014
TR-DIGITAL;KSR1005,NPN,300MW,4.7K/10K,TO
1
SNA
0604-000118
PHOTO-COUPLER;TR,20-300%,200mW,DIP-4,ST
2
SNA
1103-001203
IC-EEPROM;524C20D21,256x8,DIP,8P,9.6x6.4
1
SNA
1202-000001
IC-VOLTAGE COMP.;7533,TO-92,3P,-,SINGLE,
1
SNA
1405-001129
VARISTOR;460VDC,7500A,22.5X10.1MM,BK
1
SNA
2001-000034
R-CARBON;220OHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM
1
SNA
2001-000042
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM
1
SNA
2001-000047
R-CARBON;2.2KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4M
1
SNA
2001-000052
R-CARBON(S);3.3KOHM,5%,1/2W,AA,TP,2.4X6.
1
SNA
2001-000073
R-CARBON;33Kohm,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4x6.4mm
1
SNA
2001-000281
R-CARBON;100OHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
3
SNA
2001-000290
R-CARBON;10KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
15
SNA
2001-000429
R-CARBON;1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
23
SNA
2001-000432
R-CARBON;1MOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM
2
SNA
E0002
Y0053
REMARK
8-5
Loc. No.
Code No.
Description & Specification
QTY
SA/SNA
2001-000577
R-CARBON;2KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM
1
SNA
2001-000734
R-CARBON;4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M
6
SNA
2001-001113
R-CARBON(S);270KOHM,5%,1/2W,AA,TP,2.4X6.
1
SNA
2001-001140
R-CARBON(S);39OHM,5%,1/2W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4M
1
SNA
2001-001153
R-CARBON(S);47ohm,5%,1/2W,AA,TP,2.4x6.4m
1
SNA
2003-002036
R-METAL OXIDE(S);51Kohm,5%,2W,AA,TP,4x12
4
SNA
2004-000464
R-METAL;2.2Mohm,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4x6.4m
2
SNA
2201-000153
C-CERAMIC,DISC;10nF,+80-20%,250V,Y5V,-,1
1
SNA
2202-000127
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;10nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V
12
SNA
2202-000252
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;4.7nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP
2
SNA
2202-002037
C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL;100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V
10
SNA
2301-001285
C-FILM,LEAD-PPF;680NF,10%,275V,BK,31X11X
1
SNA
2401-000455
C-AL;10uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x7mm,5
1
SNA
SNA
2401-000598
C-AL;1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5
1
SNA
2401-000711
C-AL;2200uF,20%,25V,GP,TP,16x25,7.5
1
SNA
2401-001573
C-AL;47uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,6.3x11,2.5
1
SNA
2401-001778
C-AL;470uF,20%,25V,GP,TP,10x16,5
1
SNA
Y0115
2802-000188
RESONATOR-CERAMIC;8MHz,0.5%,TP,10.0x5.0x
1
SNA
Y0116
3501-001207
RELAY-POWER;12V DC,0.8W,30000MA,1FORMA,1
1
SNA
Y0116
3501-001269
RELAY-POWER;12VDC,-,25000MA,1FORMA,20MS,
1
SNA
3711-000744
HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE;BOX,1P,1R,8MM,STRA
1
SNA
3711-000833
HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE;BOX,2P,1R,8MM,STRA
1
SNA
3711-005688
HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE;BOX,13P,1R,2.5mm,S
1
SNA
3711-005693
HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE;BOX,12P,1R,2.5mm,S
1
SNA
3711-005703
HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE;BOX,6P,1R,2.5mm,ST
1
SNA
DC13-00148A
PLD-MICOM;TMP87PM41N/OTP,DIP,64 PIN
1
SNA
DC26-00005C
TRANS-POWER;-,MAH2400AW,9PIN,-,230VAC,23
1
SNA
DC41-00027A
PCB-MAIN;MFS-MDE27-00,FR-4,2,-,T1.6,195
1
SNA
DC61-01208A
GUIDE-PCB(M);WINGS-DRYER,HIPS,-,-,-,NTR,
1
SNA
DE02-00036A
CHEMICALS-FLUX SOLDER;KS-77S,-,-,-,-,KOK
2
SNA
DE02-00060A
CHEMICALS-ALCOHOL;ALL,MODEL,-,-,-,-,-,-
2
SNA
DE02-00083A
SOLDER-WIRE;S63S,D3.0,-,-,-,-,-,-,-
20
SNA
DE02-00086A
SOLDER-WIRE FLUX;RS60S,-,D1.2,60SN/40PB,
1
SNA
C0010
Y0003
DE13-20007A
IC-OP AMP;KA2904,DIP,-,-,-,-,-
1
SNA
Y0057
DE13-20016A
IC-VOLT REGU;KA7805A,TO-220AB,1A,0/125C,
1
SNA
Y0052
DE13-20017A
IC-DRIVE;KID65003AP,DIP,16P,STICK,TR-AR
1
SNA
Y0040
DE29-90002A
FILTER-EMI BEAD;S,80/100MHZ-MIN65,T,BFS3
1
SNA
Y0010
DE30-20016A
BUZZER;CBE2220BA,STICK,-,-,-,-,-,-,-
1
SNA
Z0007
6002-000239
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,2S,M4,L8,ZPC(YEL),S
1
SC
U0363
6502-000127
CABLE CLAMP;DAWH-18NB,ID15,-,NYLON66,NTR
1
SA
A0364
DC61-60074A
CLAMPER-WIRE SADDLE;-,NYLON#66(DAWS-6NB)
1
SA
F0001
DC97-10871A
ASSY-FRAME CASE;DV316LGW/XAA,FRONTIER-DR
1
SNA
Z0050
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),
6
SA
Z0007
6002-000239
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,2S,M4,L8,ZPC(YEL),S
10
SC
Z0062
6002-001384
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,WT,C-TITE,M4,L10,ZPC(
1
SNA
Z0019
6006-001170
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,WT,TC,M4,L10,ZPC(YEL)
1
SA
8-6
REMARK
Loc. No.
Z0020
Code No.
Description & Specification
QTY
SA/SNA
6006-001174
SCREW-TAPPING;WE,TH,+,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL)
2
SA
6009-001317
SCREW-SPECIAL;CH,+,-,M4,L10,ZPC(YEL),SWR
2
SNA
Z0021
6009-001343
SCREW-SPECIAL;PH,TORX,-,M4,L10,PASS,STS,
1
SA
P0077
DC61-00882A
HOLDER-D.WIRE;-,NYLON66,-,-,-,NTR,TT-PJT
1
SNA
F0228
DC61-01224A
DIE-HEATER;WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),-,-,NTR
1
SA
F0229
DC61-01233A
GUIDE-EXHAUST;WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T0.8
1
SA
N0006
DC61-40081A
HOLDER-WIRE;DAWH-2NC,NYLON66,-,-,-,-,NTR
11
SA
A0364
DC61-60074A
CLAMPER-WIRE SADDLE;-,NYLON#66(DAWS-6NB)
1
SA
A0282
DC63-00534A
COVER-BACK;WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T0.8,-,
1
SA
D0111
DC63-10001J
SPONGE-EPDM;EPDM,BLK,SDW-801SW,T3XW15XL1
2
SNA
DC67-00202A
CAP-PLATE BOTTOM;MDE9700AYW,ABS,T2.0,W54
3
SNA
U0382
DC96-00806A
ASSY-BRACKET BURNER;MDE9700AYW,DRYER/GAS
1
SNA
W0061
DC47-00022A
HEATER-IGNITER;101D,MDG7800AW,CERAMIC,12
1
SA
U0381
DC61-01232A
BRACKET-BURNER;WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T1.
1
SA
U0387
DC62-00200A
TUBE-BURNER;WINGS-DRYER,PRESS(GAS UNIT),
1
SA
U0386
DC62-00201A
VALVE-GAS;GD-PJT,-,3WAY,MAX 10BAR,NTR,12
1
SA
U0388
DC63-00623A
ABSORBER-IGNITOR;MDE9700AYW,FELT,T2,W10,
1
SA
I0070
DC99-00507A
ASSY-PIPE;MDG4800AWW,GAS DRYER/ELBOW ASS
1
SA
DC60-00040A
ELBOW;WINGS-DRYER,C3771BE,-,-,-,-,-,
1
SNA
DC61-01223A
BRACKET-PIPE;WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T2.0,
1
SNA
DC62-00234A
TUBE-PIPE;WINGS-DRYER,PRESS(GAS UNIT),-,
1
SNA
Z0048
6009-001476
SCREW-HEX;HEX,+,-,M5,L10,ZPC3(BLK),SWRCH
1
SA
DC97-09193A
ASSY-SCREW;MDG9700AWW,NUT-CIRCULAR+SCREW
1
SNA
Z0062
6002-000524
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,2,M4,L20,ZPC(YEL),SWR
1
SA
Z0063
6021-001130
NUT-CIRCULAR;SPN-4,ID3.8,OD12,BLK,SK-5,H
1
SA
Z0020
6006-001174
SCREW-TAPPING;WE,TH,+,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL)
3
SA
B0070
DC97-07514A
ASSY-LEG;MDE9700AYW,DRYER/MAYTAG
4
SA
B0074
DC61-01212A
LEG;WINGS-PROJECT,FRPP,-,-,-,-
1
SA
B0075
DC61-01226A
BRACKET-LEG;WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T1.6,-
1
SA
F0028
DC97-07516B
ASSY-FRAME;MDG9700AWW,MAYTAG/PREMIUM/GAS
1
SA
F0094
DC61-01199B
FRAME;WINGS-PROJECT,PCM,-,-,WHT,T0.8
1
SNA
Y0159
DC61-01314A
PLATE-STEEL;MDE7800AYW,PCM(GI),T0.8,W961
1
SNA
X0014
DC61-01225A
PLATE-BOTTOM;WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T1.0,
1
SNA
A0113
DC63-00621A
SHEET-INSULATION;MDE9700AYW,FELT,T5,W200
1
SNA
F0117
6041-001035
RIVET-RH;K1661-0512,AL(A5052),OD3.9,L11
4
SNA
A0370
DC97-07519A
ASSY-DUCT EXHAUST;MDE7800AYW,DRYER
1
SA
DC61-01234A
BRACKET-EXHAUST;WINGS-DRYER,AL-COAT,T0.8
2
SNA
DC67-00131A
DUCT-EXHAUST;WINGS-DRYER,SGCC(GI),T0.4,-
1
SNA
DC72-00032D
SPONGE-EPDM;MDE7800AYW,EPDM,-,T3,W15,L32
1
SNA
F0117
6041-001030
RIVET-RH;K1661-00410,AL(A5052),D3.2,L10
2
SNA
P0170
DC97-08855A
ASSY-COVER POWER;MDE9700AYW,-
1
SA
F0089
DC63-00540A
COVER-POWER;WINGS-DRYER,SGCC(GI),T0.8,-,
1
SA
A0356
DC66-60133C
SHEET-DAMPING;SEW-HR125,ASPHALT,T1.8,W50
1
SNA
DC97-10720A
ASSY-DUCT;MDG9700AWW,GAS
1
SA
Z0050
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),
3
SA
Q0007
DC32-00008A
SENSOR-RADIANT;10RS,GD-PJT,0~150,120,4.5
1
SA
D0111
REMARK
8-7
Loc. No.
Code No.
F0005
DC47-00017A
A0376
Z0050
Description & Specification
QTY
SA/SNA
THERMOSTAT;60T21,-,250V,15A/25A,-20~150,
1
SA
DC97-07602B
ASSY-DUCT CONE;MDG9700AWW,GAS/ENTRY
1
SA
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING;TH,+,-,2S,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),
3
SA
A0377
DC67-00136B
DUCT-CONE(F);WINGS-DRYER,AL-COAT,T0.6,-,
1
SA
A0378
DC67-00137B
DUCT-CONE(B);WINGS-DRYER,AL-COAT,T0.6,-,
1
SA
8-8
REMARK
<1#EORFN#GLDJUDP
9-1
Memo
9-2
431#ZLULQJ#GLDJUDP
10-1
Memo
10-2
441#SFE#GLDJUDP
4404#PDLQ#SFE#OD\RXW
2
1
3
4
5
16
6
17
7
18
8
9
11
12
13
14
15
10
Item
1
Part Number
Description
Item
Part Number
Description
Item
Part Number
Description
8
CN3
AC1과 GND를 연결함
15
Door System
Parts for Door Lock/Unlock
Display
Displays or indicates operations or
functions
16
CN10
Connects Motor Tacho
Sensor
2
Jog_Dial
Starts/stops an operation to
select a
course
3
Power_key
Turns the power on/off
4
Key
Selects and processes each
function
5
CN1
Detects if the door is open
or closed
6
RELAY1
In case of Power_On/Off,
supplies or
disconnects AC power
7
RELAY2
Disconnects Power from the
Heater
9
RELAY3
Motor의 정/역 방향을 제어함
10
CN4
Motor의 동작 Wire를 연결함
11
RELAY4
고 RPM진행시 On/Off 제어함
17
CN8
Connects the silver nano
wire
12
CN6
Heat Sink의 온도Sensor를
연결함
18
CN9
Connects the driving system
wire
13
CN7
수위,온도Sensor를 연결함
14
구동부
냉/온/Pre/Drain 동작용 부품
11-1
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Memo
11-4
12. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
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▶ Function
Generates a required DC power of 12V or 5V in case of supplied or disconnected
AC power.
▶ Description
- When AC 220V is applied to CN3, D17 D20 transforms it to DC 300V.
- DC 300V is generated for the LVT1 secondary source by IC3 and PC1
turning on/off.
- The secondary 12V depends on the ZD1 value.
- The 12V for the LVT1 secondary source is transformed to DC 5V through IC4
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▶ Function
Controls each driving system (VALVE, DOOR S/W, DRAIN-MOTOR) by turning RELAY or
TRIAC on/off.
▶ Description
- MICOM outputs a high signal of 5V from pin # 1 - 7 of IC7 and IC9. - Then, pin # 10 to 16 of IC7 and IC9 are electrically grounded (0V).
- When pin # 10 to 16 are grounded, this creates an electric potential difference from
the 12V that turns on RELAY 5,6,7 and TRIAC2,3,4,5.
- The operating parts (VALVE, DRAIN-MOTOR, DOOR S/W) connected to CN9 turn on if
they are supplied with power.
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▶ Function
Supplies power to the motor and turns it CW/CCW (Right / Reverse direction).
▶ Description
- The operation of TRIAC1 is the same as that of the driving system.
- If the electric potential of R48 is grounded (0V), TRIAC1 turns on.
- CN1 detects if the door is locked or unlocked. If unlocked, it does not apply power to the motor
even if TRIAC1 turns on.
- If the door is unlocked and TRIC turns on, the motor connected to CN4 is supplied with
power and drives CW (right direction).
- Under such conditions, turning RELAY3 on will drive the motor CCW (reverse) as the
wiring is switched to CCW.
- Turning RELAY4 on will switch the winding of the motor to one for higher driving.
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▶ Function
Detects signals from the sensor and controls the current system.
▶ Description
- The water level sensor is connected to pin 4 of CN7.
- The frequency of the level sensor changes according to the water amount in the tub.
- Then, the frequency is input to MICOM pin 48 for detecting the water amount.
- The DHSEH sensor is connected to CN7 pin 5 and CN6 pins 3,4.
- The resistance of the temp. sensor changes according to the ambient temperature. The
changed resistance is applied to R50 and R51.
- The voltage applied to R50 and R51 is decided according the temp. MICOM stores
the value.
- When voltage is applied to MICOM pins 22 and 23, MICOM compares it to the predefined
one before detecting the current temp.
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Detects the current RPM of the motor and controls the output.
▶ Description
- The motor TACHO sensor is connected to CN10 B-pin.
- According to the current RPM of the motor, a square wave is applied to pin 8.
- The square wave that is input to TR2 BASE turns the motor on if high (5V), and turns it
off if low (0V). And this operation will be inverted to TACHO NET for a clear wave with no
noise.
- The signal is applied to MICOM pin 13. Then MICOM counts the frequency of the input signal
and detects the current RPM of the motor.
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1) ASSY-MAIN PCB (Imbalance Sensor)
→ To prevent the laundry from gathering on one side of the tube causing noise and vibration, the
washing machine uses an imbalance detection device that evenly disentangles the laundry
before the hydrating cycle starts.
2) DOOR-LOCK S/W
→ Prevents the door from being opened while a cycle is in progress. For safety purposes, it
keeps the door locked even in pause mode or after the washing cycle unless the water level
frequency is greater than 24.8Khz (anti-overflow level) or the inside-tube temperature is less
than 65℃ in the hydrating cycle, and 55℃ in the washing cycle.
3) SENSOR-PRESSURE (Anti Over-Flow)
→ When the water supplied is more than 2/3 of the tube capacity due to a malfunction of the
water supply valve, this device automatically starts water-draining and displays “OVERFLOW ERROR(E3)” on the LED.
4) THERMISTOR
→ Keeps sensoring and controlling the temperature inside the tube to keep it below your settings.
5) ASSY-THERMAL FUSE (Anti Over-Heat)
→ When the washing heater is overheated due to an error in the thermistor or any other
malfunction, the assy-thermal fuse (built in the heater) is automatically activated to discon
nect the power for your and the product’s safety.
6) ASSY-MAIN PCB (Sensitive Laundry Protection)
→ To avoid any damage to sensitive laundry, the tube temperature is detected and
“ERROR(E8)” is displayed on the LED for Wool or Lingerie courses when the temperature is
over 50䦿.
7) THERMOSTAT (Anti Over-Heat)
→ When the heater (drier) overheats from an error in the thermistor or any other malfunction, the
thermostat (installed on the drying duct) is automatically activated to disconnect the power for
your or product’s safety
8) CHILD LOCK
→ Prevents children from playing with the washing machine.
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→ The machine does a preliminary wash of about 10 minutes prior to the main wash. This is
particularly effective for cleaning badly stained laundry.
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→ The tube automatically rotates when no water is supplied to detect the laundry weight so that
the proper wash time can be determined. (Standard, Boiling, Economy Boil and Dirt courses
and Toweling and Drying cycles)
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Can be ironed at 100˚C max
Resistant material
Do not iron
Delicate fabric
Item may be washed at 95˚C
Item may be washed at 60˚C
Can be dry cleaned using any
solvent
Dry clean with perchloride, lighter
fuel, pure alcohol or R113 only
Item may be washed at 40˚C
Dry clean with aviation fuel, pure
alcohol or R113 only
Item may be washed at 30˚C
Do not dry clean
Item may be hand washed
Dry flat
Dry clean only
Can be bleached in cold water
Do not bleach
Can be hung to dry
Dry on clothes hanger
Tumble dry, normal heat
Can be ironed at 200˚C max
Tumble dry, reduced heat
Can be ironed at 150˚C max
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To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, and other injuries, keep these safety precautions in mind:
-
Operate the appliance only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label.
If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power
company.
-
Use only a grounded or polarized outlet. For your safety, this appliance is equipped with a polarized alter
nating current line plug having one blade wider than the other.
This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet,
try reversing the plug. If the plug still doesn’t fit, contact your electrician to replace your outlet.
-
Protect the power cord. Power supply cords should be routed so that they are unlikely to be walked on or
pinched by items placed on or against them. Pay particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience re
ceptacles, and the point where they exit from the unit.
-
Do not overload the wall outlet or extension cords. Overloading can result in fire or electric shock.
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NO.
Type
Part
Situation
Solution
method
Before consulting
cause
In case of
a cover not
being
opened
or closed
Management
1
DRUM
WASHER
(MODE
NAME :
Q1*3*)
appear
ance part
Being opened & closed
bad/Being attached &
detached bad
AS rere
commended
2
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
appear
ance part
Label(sticker) being
detached
consulting
…for the specifica
tion or label of
product lead the
customer to attach
diretly or send the
engineer to do so.
For other advertise
ment or PR label it
may not be at
tached.
- Is it the label for advertisement? Is it the label
for standards or attentions? -If it is for advertisement it does not matter for the function or the
use even though it is not attached since it is not
related to the function and use. -If it is for st
3
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
appear
ance part
Accessories being not
included
AS rere
commended
..Check whether the
componets are
same as those in
the manual. If not
contact to SVC.
- Sir we really apologize to you for the inconvenience that we made from our product which was
bought by you on the basis of your trust in us.
We will try our best to clear your inconvenience
(by mail).
4
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
appear
ance part
Color coming off/rust
AS rere
commended
It may be oc
curred when
the machine
is installed in
the humid
place which
causes the
rust or dis
coloring.
- Being rust or being discolored during the use
is normal and natural according to the times and
its use.(except the case occurred at the innitial
purchase). The replacement of case will be
charged and in order to prevent the corrosion
change the location
5
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
display
part
Display part being not lit
up/ not being cleared
AS rere
commended
It is a
symptom
occurred
when it is in
stalled in the
humid place
or the water
is entered its
inside.
- Dry the front operation part a little with the
drier and you are recommended our engineer’s
inspection if it does not work even after doing so.
6
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
display
part
Character being broken
on display
AS rere
commen
ded
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
7
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
display
part
Display not being cleared
AS rere
commen
ded
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
8
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
display
part
Display malfunction
AS rere
commen
ded
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
9
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
door re
lated
Door sensor not being
detected
Others
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
10
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
a noise
A noise being occurred
intermittently during
washing
General
consulting
Please check
whether a
washer is
installed and
used with
removing
the safety
device posi
tioned at its
rear.
- Door is not opened during washing. For models
applied with the boiling or drying the door will not
open until the interior temperature decreases
to a certain safe level. In other cases you are
recommended our engineer’s inspection.
- You are recommended our engineer’s inspection if the safety device is removed and there is
no foreign material such a coin or pin inside.
14-5
11
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
a noise
A noise being occurred
intermittently during
dehydrating
General
consulting
..Make a comment
for the customer
to prepare the
memorandum since
he can not be
famaliar with the
contents comple
tely.
Did you
remove the
washer safety
device? It
may be
occurred
when the
laundry is
leaned to
one direction
or the
machine
is not aligned
horizontally
or the foreign
material is
entered.
- Please check whether the machine-installed
place is not leaned to one direction and then
level it and then check whetehr there is no foreign material inside such a the coin or pin. If the
noise occurs without any problem in the machine
a check is requir
12
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
a noise
A noise to touch other
parts
General
consulting
..Make a comment
for the customer
to prepare the
memorandum since
he can not be
famaliar with the
contents comple
tely.
It may be
occurred
when the
laundry is
leaned to
one direction
or the
machine
is not aligned
horizontally
or the foreign
material is
entered.
- Check whether the machine-installed place
is not leaned to one direction and then align it
horizontally and then check whetehr there is no
foreign material inside such as the coin or pin.
If the noise occurs without any problem in the
machine. Inspectio
13
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
a noise
A noise of Motor
AS rere
commen
ded
Noise during water
darainage -roaring
sound
14
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
a noise
A noise being occurred
during water supply
General
consulting
The foreign
material
may be
inserted
inside the
water supply
hose or the
pressure of
water may be
too high or
too weak.
- In case that there is a noise during water supply open or close the tap little by little to adjust
the water pressure to the proper level. If a noise
occurs continuously disconnect the water supply
hose connected to the machine and check
whether there
15
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
a noise
Water leakage being oc
curred at water supply
connection
General
consulting
Lead to re
assembe
when water
supply hose
is departed.
Disconnect the water supply hose and reassemble.
16
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
water le
akage
related
Water being overflo
wed from detergent
box(front loading wa
shing machine)
General
consulting
It may be
used with so
much de
tergent or
left alone
for a long
time without
use.
- If the detergent input is impossible insert a
proper amount of detergent inot the detergent
box and if it is clogged take out the box forward
and clean it.
17
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
water le
akage
related
Water bein leaked to
floor
General
consulting
It is a
symtom
occurred
when the
hose of bot
tom not
outside is
departed or
torn off.
- Check the machine for the water drainage route under the machine. If the water drains through
the other side not the drainage side check by
the engineers.
18
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
water le
akage
related
water being leaked at
water supply connec
tion part
General
consulting
It may be
occurred
when it is
pushed out
due to the
water pres
sure or it has
bad connection.
- Disconnect the coupler and reassemble it. It
had better to assemble by yourself because the
engineer’s visit for service will be additionally
charged in case of difficut installation by customer. In case of the damage or missing of coupler
you can buy i
19
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
water
leakage
related
Water leakage being
occurred during water
supply
General
consulting
The leakage
during water
supply can
occur
possibly due
to the bad
connection
of tap and
coupler and
water supply
hose.
- First re-assemble the coupler and then check
by the engineer if it continues.
14-6
You are rerecommended our engineer’s inspection because there may be a problem on the
components.
20
DRUM
WASHER
(MOEL
NAME
:Q1*3*)
water le
akage
related
Natural
drain(continually)/water
not filling tub
General
consulting
It can be
appeared at
the drum
washing ma
chine of
which the
drain hose
is located
at the
bottom.
- For the machine having the drain hose at the
below of that raise the drain hose up and fix it
to the fixer at 2/3 point of the machine. If the
hose is used at the floor all water supplied will
drain fully.
21
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
smell/
smoke
Burning smell
General
consulting
For the initial
use of
product
It may appear
during the
operaiton
with coupling
each other
but it
carefully
watched
by the
customers
who are
using more
than for 3
years.
- Is that a newly bought one?
22
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
smell/
smoke
Burning/smoke
General
consulting
It can be
shown in
case that the
interior
components
of the
products do
not work
normally.
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
23
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
power
soruce
related
Power not supplied
AS
rerecom
mended
It can be
shown in
case that
the power
cord is not
inserted or
electricity is
blacked out
or the interior
components
of the
products do
not work
properly.
- Take out the power cord and put it in again and
check whether the power for the other products
is on. If it is not even after that you are recommended our engineer’s inspection.
24
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
power
soruce
related
Current leakage breaker
being dropped
General
consulting
It may be
occurred when
the humidity is
full inside the
machine.
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
25
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
power
soruce
related
Autmatic stop during
operation
AS rerecomm
ended
It may be
occurred when
there are too
much laundry.
-Reduce the contents to be washed. If it
continues you are recommended our engineer’s
inspection.
26
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
power
soruce
related
Being power off frequently
AS rerecomm
ended
It may be
occurred in
case of the
bad contact of
button.
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
27
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
operation
related
Button being not operated
Consulting
It may be
occurred
when the
accumualtion
of foreign
material or
moisture
ingress into
the button.
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
28
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
operation
related
Being not rotating during
washing
AS rerecomm
ended
It may be
occurred when
the water
supply not
completed
or the cover
not closed
completely
or the
accessories of
products have
a abnormallity.
- First check whether the tap is open and the
cover closed and then request an engineer’s
inspection.
Pull out the plug in
case of smoke or
fire.
- A smell is disappeared after 4~5 days passed
in case of newly bought one but it depends upon
the frequency of use. Be sure to use it without
worry. If is not disappeared contact a engineer
14-7
29
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
4E :front
loading
washing
machine
error
Water level sensor
inferiority
AS rerecomm
ended
This may be
happened
when there
is any foreign
material inside
the water
supply and
drain valve
or the interior
components of
the prodcuts
do not operate
normally.
- Water
level sensor
or mother
rotation.
- Disconnect the water supply hose and check
whether there is a foreign material inserted in it.
And then request an engineer’s inspection.
30
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
5E :front
loading
washing
machine
error
Water being not drained
AS rerecommended
It may be
occurred when
the drain hose
is go over the
threshold or
water is not
drained.
It may eb
occurred when
the The filter
of pump-drain
moder is fulled
with dregs,
Check the installation of drain hose and then
if there is no trouble request an engineer’s
inspection.
Clean the filter of pump-drain motor. Guided by
instruction-manual.
31
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
OE :front
loading
washing
machine
error
3E OVER-FLOW
General
consulting
It may be a
case that the
supply water
level is not
detected.
- After Draining the water power off and on and
operate again. If it dose not work after so doing
request an engineer’s inspection.
32
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
UE :front
loading
washing
machine
error
4E UNBALANCE ERR
General
consulting
It may be happened when
the floor of the
installed palce
is not flat or
the clothes are
entangled.
Level the machine or arrange the entangled
clothes. If it does not worked even after so doing
request an engineer’s inspection.
33
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
HE1 : front
loading
washing
machine
error
E5 WATER HEATER ERR
General
consulting
It may happen
when the
boiling temperatuer rised
rapidly. (It is
also because
too much
detergent are
used.)
Use the proper amount of detergent and power
off the machine till the temperaure is cooled
down.
And if it does not work even after so doing
request an engineer’s inspection.
34
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
HE : front
loading
washing
machine
error
E6 WATER HEATER ERR
AS rerecommended
It may appear
when it dose
not reach to
the set temperature within
a certain time.
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
35
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
1E :front
loading
washing
machine
error
E7 Water level sensor
ERR
AS rerecommended
It may happen
when there is
a trouble in air
hose or water
level sensor.
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
36
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
cE : front
loading
washing
machine
error
E8 Abnormal water temperature ERR
AS rerecommended
Check
whether the
hose for hot
and cold water
is connected
to the water
supply hole.
- Check whether the cold water is supplied
through the cold water supply hole and if
it doesn’t work after so doing request an
engineer’s inspection.
37
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
8E : front
loading
washing
machine
error
E9 Water leakage ERR
AS rerecommended
Check
whether there
is foreign material inserted
in the drain
filter.
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
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DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
tE :front
loading
washing
machine
error
E9 Water leakage ERR
AS rerecommended
Check
whether there
is foreign material inserted
in the drain
filter.
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
14-8
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DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
11E : front
loading
washing
machine
error
E9 Water leakage ERR
AS rerecommended
Check
whether there
is foreign material inserted
in the drain
filter.
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
40
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
door : front
loading
washing
machine
error
Ed:Door being not opened
AS rerecommended
It may appear
when the the
door is opened
a certain
minutes after
the completion
of washing or
the electricity
is interrupted
in running.
-There is a cover dettachable at the front bottom. Pull out the cover to find the handle to open
at the right side. Pull out the handle to open
the door.
Check of Bad
contact of 1st
door opening
sensor---*check of
the bending
of 2nd door
switch*Do not
open the door
41
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
front
loading
washing
machine
error
E6:Overheating error
AS rerecommended
42
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
water
supply
related
Cold water being not
supplied
General
consulting
43
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
water
supply
related
Water being supplied little
General
consulting
It may appear
when the tap
is not opened
properly or
there is a foreign material
inside.
- Is it checked whether the tap is fully open
or there is a foreign material inserted? - First
check whether the tap is fully open. And there is
no fault turn the hose of the machine to the left
to take out strainer in the hole of water entrance.
Clean i
44
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
water
supply
related
Detergent being remained
General
consulting
It may appear
when the longterm used
detergent is
not well soluted or when
the water
temperature
is low during
winter.
- Sove the detergent wth the hot water and put it
inot the washing box.
If it is not solved even with the normal detergent
request an engineer’s inspection.
45
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
water
supply
related
Water being stopped during the coming in
General
consulting
It may appear
when the
water is cut
or the water
supply hole is
clogged.
- Is it checked whether the water is cut or there
is a foreign material inserted in the water supply
hole? -First check whether the water is cut and
if there is a blackout push the power button on.
Otherwise turn the machine hose to the left to
take out t
46
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
water
supply
related
Clothes being damaged
General
consulting
47
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
water
supply
related
One direction rotation
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
48
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
water
supply
related
Rotation being not worked
after it sounds with buzz
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
49
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
water
supply
related
Water being not supplied
in winter
It may appear
when the
temperarture
rises rapidly.
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
- Check first whether the water supply is cut
and also check whether the foreign material is
inserted. If the foreign material is inserted turn
the connection hose of machine to the left to
disconnect and to find the strainer to trap the
foreign material.
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
It may appear
when the tap
and the water
supply hose
are frozen if it
is used at the
veranda in the
winter.
- Make the water supply hole warm and defreeze
it with wet towel.
14-9
50
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
rinsing
related
Rinse being not put in tub
General
consulting
It may appear
when the rinse
agent remains
to clog .
-Did the rinse agent drain immediately or part
to put the rinse is clogged after putting the rinse
agent? - The rinse agent does not drain only
when putting it up to the reamer shaped cap
which is in the box of rinse agent. If clogged take
out the cap and
51
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
rinsing
related
Bubble being remained
General
consulting
It may appear
when there
is too much
or too little
laundry.
- If there is too much laundry or vinyl clothes the
detergent is not solved. Reduce the laundry or
take out the vinyl clothes separately.
52
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
water
drain
related
Water being not drained
General
consulting
53
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
dehydrating related
Dehydrating time being
increased again
General
consulting
54
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
dehydrating related
Washer being worked
for four hours without
stopping
55
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
dehydrating related
56
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
57
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
The vibration
and noise
occur when
the horizon is
broken or the
laundry are
leaned to one
direction. So
It may appear
when the
safety device
is operating to
prevent it.
- If there is too little laundry less than 1KG or
the clothes in the washing tub are severely
entangled it appears.
Specific
consulting
If the washing
machine
consumes
hours more
than necessary check
whether the
water supply
is too small.
And note that
that the boling
and the drying
course takes
much time.
- Check whether the water supply time is too
much delayed due to the low pressure of water
or boiling or drying is selected. In other cases
request an engineer’s inspection.
Not dehydrating with the
motor being purring after
water is drained
General
consulting
The power
cord for motor
may be cut or
the gear shaft
hardened.
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
dehydrating related
Being stopped with thuds
during dehydration
AS rerecommended
It may appear when
the horizon
is broken or
there are too
much clothes
to wash.
- check the level of a washing machine.
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
dehydrating related
Not being squeezed well
General
consulting
It may appear
when there
are clothes
like vinyl.
-Check whether the vinyl clothes are attached on
to the washing tub so as to prevent the immediate the outgoing of the moisture to the outside.
Otherwise request an engineer’s inspection.
58
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
dehydrating related
Water being in at purchasing
AS rerecommended
59
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
dehydrating related
Dehydration being not
worked at all
General
consulting
It may appear when
the interior
components
do not work
properly.
- In this case you are recommended our
engineer’s inspection.
60
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
others
Action for water being
freezen in winter
AS rerecommended
It may appear
when the
machine is
used at the
outside or the
veranda.
- pour the warm water on to the tap to take out
the water suppy hose and put the hose in to the
water of approximately 50 degree. And then pour
the water in to the washing box to check whether
the drain is well done.
61
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
others
being clogged/foreign
materials
General
consulting
14-10
..Make a comment for
the customer to prepare the memorandum since he can not
be famaliar with the
contents completely.
..Make a comment for
the customer to prepare the memorandum since he can not
be famaliar with the
contents completely.
- There may be remaining water since the products is delivered thorugh the final products test.
It is normal and you can use it without fear.
….the drainage hose
clogged or foreign
material inside
- After loosening the water supply hose and
check the inlet of water supply whether there is
foreign material inserted such a soil dust.
62
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
installation
/ connection
Consulting for installation
of front loading washing
machine
General
consulting
- The drum washing machine is leveled after
removing the safety device at the rear of drum.
And for a removing the safety device refer to
accessories and user’s manual.
63
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
installation
/ connection
Level check
Specific
consulting
- Level it by use of a leveller(with a coin weight)
at the front.
64
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
installation
/ connection
Removal/house moving
reinstallation
Specific
consulting
-It is possible to remove and install in the house
but when moving to the other house and installing it assemble the safety device at the back
while moving and remove it after moving. If the
drum is shaken during the moving it causes a
serious damage.
65
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
washing
related
Slow speed of washing
rotation
General
consulting
It may appear
when there
is too much
laundry.
- Check whether the laundry is input over the
proper amount. Otherwise request an engineer’s
inspection.
66
DRUM
WASHER
(MODEL
NAME :
Q1*3*)
washing
related
Clothes being damaged
General
consulting
Check
whether there
is foreign
material inside
(coin nail and
other sharp
material) and
so it may
appear due
to the zipper
or button of
jeans.
- Check whether there is foreign material in the
washing tub. In case of dehydrating the weak
material cothes it shall be inserted in the net
during dehydrating. Any other cleaning agent
(decoloration agent) shall not be used except the
detergent and rins
14-11
Memo
14-12
Notes:
Be Aware, Be Alert
Always work safely.
On the Job, On the Road, In the Home
Every Time, All the Time
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