S/M No. :
Service Manual
Auto Washer
Model: DWF-262PS /200SM/200SW
✔ Caution
: In this Manual, some parts can be changed for improving,
their performance without notice in the parts list. So, if you
need the latest parts information, please refer to PPL(Parts
Price List) in Service Information Center (http://svc.dwe.co.kr).
Oct. 2011
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WASHING MACHINE
Contents
1. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................... 2
2. STRUCTURE OF THE WASHING MACHINE ............................................................... 3
3. DIRECTIONS FOR INSTALLATION AND USE ............................................................. 4
INSTALLING PLACE................................................................................................... 4
HOW TO INSTALL ON AN INCLINED PLACE .................................................................... 4
HOW TO CONNECT THE INLET HOSE ........................................................................... 5
4. FEATURE AND TECHNICAL EXPLANATION.............................................................. 7
FEATURE OF THE WASHING MACHINE ......................................................................... 7
WATER CURRENT TO ADJUST THE UNBALANCED LOAD.................................................. 7
AUTOMATIC WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR BLANKET WASH............................................. 7
FUNCTIONAL PRINCIPLE OF BUBBLE WASHING MACHINE................................................ 8
AUTOMATIC DRAINING TIME ADJUSTMENT ................................................................... 8
AUTOMATIC UNBALANCE ADJUSTMENT ....................................................................... 9
CIRCULATING-WATER COURSE AND LINT FILTER........................................................... 9
LINT FILTER........................................................................................................... 10
RESIDUAL TIME DISPLAY ......................................................................................... 10
DRAIN MOTOR ....................................................................................................... 10
GEAR MECHANISM ASS’Y ........................................................................................ 11
5. DIRECTIONS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENT .............................................. 12
GEAR MECHANISM ASS’Y REPLACEMENT ................................................................... 12
MOTOR DRAIN AND VALVE REPLACEMENT ................................................................. 14
6. THE REPAIR METHOD OF GEAR MECHANISM FOR CLUTCH SPRING PROBLEM............ 15
THE STRUCTURE OF GEAR MECHANISM ............................................................................................... 15
HOW TO CHECK THE CLUTCH SPRING PROBLEM ............................................................................... 16
THE PROCESS OF DISASSEMBLING ........................................................................................................ 17
THE PROCESS OF ASSEMBLING .............................................................................................................. 19
7. TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE............................................................................... 21
CONCERNING WATER SUPPLY..................................................................................................................21
CONCERNING WASHING............................................................................................................................. 22
CONCERNING DRAINING ............................................................................................................................ 23
CONCERNING SPINNING ............................................................................................................................ 24
CONCERNING OPERATING ........................................................................................................................ 25
8. PRESENTATION OF THE P.C.B ASS’Y .................................................................... 26
9. APPENDIX
WIRING DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................................................... 27
PARTS DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................................................... 28
PARTS LIST .................................................................................................................................................... 32
SEQUENCE CHART ...................................................................................................................................... 35
1. SPECIFICATIONS
No.
ITEM
DWF-200SL
1
POWER SOURCE
2
POWER CONSUMPTION
3
WEIGHT
4
DIMENSION (WxHxD)
5
WASHING COURSE
DWF-200SM
DWF-200SW
A.C 110V/60Hz , A.C 220V/50Hz , A.C 220V/60Hz
550W
45kg(MOLD) / 49kg(GLASS)
630 x 1004 x 670 mm
FULL AUTOMATIC 6 COURSES
(FUZZY, BLANKET, ECONOMY, BABY CARE, SPORTS WEAR, DELICATE)
6
7
8
WATER CONSUMPTION
210ℓ
HIGH
100ℓ
WATER LEVEL
MED
90ℓ
SELECTOR
LOW
75ℓ
SMALL
65ℓ
0.03MPa ~ 0.8MPa
OPERATING WATER PRESSURE
(0.3kgf/cm ~ 8kgf/cm2 = 2.94N/cm2 ~ 78.4N/cm2)
2
9
REVOLUTION
WASH
130~150 rpm(60Hz) / 125~140 rpm(50Hz)
PER MINUTE
SPIN
710~740 rpm(60Hz) / 640~675 rpm(50Hz)
10
PULSATOR
TORNADO PULSATOR
11
WATER LEVEL CONTROL
ELECTRONIC SENSING
12
AUTOMATIC WATER SUPPLY
13
GEAR MECHANISM ASS'Y
14
LINT FILTER
15
AUTOMATIC SOFTENER INPUT
16
O
HELICAL GEAR
1~2 (OPTION)
O
FUNCTION FOR TIME DELAY
O (OPTION)
(RESERVATION)
17
DISPLAY OF RESIDUAL TIME
18
FUNCTION FOR BUBBLE
19
DRAIN TYPE
20
AUTOMATIC POWER OFF
21
DOOR TYPE (TRANSPARENT)
O
O (OPTION)
PUMP & NON PUMP
O
PLASTIC DOOR
(TRANSPARENT,OPAQUE)
NOTES
In case of moving Washing Machine, please
follow the following picture.
2
SPECIFICATIONS
GLASS DOOR(TRANSPARENT)
2. STRUCTURE OF THE WASHING MACHINE
The parts and features of your washer are illustrated on this page.
Become familiar with all parts and features before using your washer.
NOTE
• The drawings in this book may vary from your washer model.
They are designed to show the different features of all models covered by this book. Your model may not
include all features.
• HOT WATER TAP
• COLD WATER TAP
After using the washer, close the water tap.
After using the washer,
In case of the single valve model, there is
close the water tap.
no hot water valve.
• LINT FILTER
• BLEACH INLET
• CASE DETERGENT
• CONTROL PANEL
AND SOFTENER
• POWER SWITCH
• GROUND WIRE
In case of 3-wire power cord,
ground wire will not be provided.
• POWER CORD
• PULSATOR
• ADJUSTABLE LEG
■ ACCESSORIES (FULL OPTION)
Water supply hoses
Drain hose
Water hose fixer (two)
User manual
(two)
STRUCTURE OF THE WASHING MACHINE
3
3. DIRECTIONS FOR INSTALLATION AND USE
■ INSTALLING PLACE
Install the washer on a horizontal
solid floor. If the washer is installed
on an unsuitable floor, it could make
considerable noise and vibration.
10Cm
25cm
Never install in these places
Keep the machine body
more than 25cm apart from
the wall surface. It will
make easy cleaning the
drain filter which is equipped
at the back side of it. And if
it comes into contract vibration may occur.
● The place where it would be exposed to
direct sunlight.
● The place nearby a heater or heat appliance.
● The place where it would be supposed
to be frozen in winter.
● The kitchen with coal gas and a damp
place like a bathroom.
■ How To Install On An Inclined Place
1
Horizon
Setting
After controlling the height
by turning the adjustable
leg, let the washer put
down to the ground.
2
Check the Horizon
Status
Check the position of tub above
the center of the washer.
NOTES
The openings must not
be obstructed by carpeting when the washing
machine is installed on a
carpeted floor.
4
DIRECTIONS FOR INSTALLATION AND USE
■ How to Connect the Inlet Hose
Be careful not to mistake in supplying between the hot(maximum : 50˚C) and cold water.
In using only one water tap or in case of attached one water inlet valve, connect the inlet hose to the cold water inlet
valve.
Do not over tighten : This could cause damage to couplings.
FOR ORDINARY TAP
1
Pull down the collar
of the inlet hose to
separate it from the
water tap adapter.
2
Loosen the four
screws at the water
tap adapter, but don’t
loosen the screws until
they are separated from
the water tap adapter.
3
Connect the water tap
adapter to the water tap and
tighten the four screws evenly
with pushing up the adapter
so that the rubber packing
can stick to the water tap
tightly.
TAPE
4
Remove the tape,
and screw connector
B into connector A
tightly.
5
Connect the inlet
hose to the water tap
adapter by pulling down
the collar of the hose end.
6
Connect the inlet hose adapter
to the water inlet of the washer
by turning it clockwise to be
fixed tightly.
Connector A
Connector B
• Please check the rubber packing
inside the inlet hose adapter.
FOR SCREW-SHAPED TAP
1
Connect the inlet
hose to the water tap
by screwing the connector D tightly.
2
Connect the connector-inlet supplied if
necessary.
3
Insert the inlet hose adapter
into the water inlet of a washer
and turn it to be fixed.
Connector
Inlet
Connector D
Rubber
Packing
Connector D
Inlet Hose
Connector C
Hose
Rubber
Packing
Connector C
• Check the packing in the inlet.
DIRECTIONS FOR INSTALLATION AND USE
5
CLEANING THE LINT FILTER
• This washer has two Lint Filters in the top TUB in order to filter off lint and fuzz.
1
2
Pull the Filter frame
upward.
3
Return the filter as it was, and
insert the filter frame into the
slot.
3 Pull the inlet filter out.
4 Remove the dirt from
the inlet filter with a
brush.
Turn the lint filter
inside out, wash to
the lint off with water.
Lint Filter
Filter Frame
CLEANING THE WATER INLET FILTER
• Clean the filter when water leaks from the water inlet.
1 Pull the power plug out
before cleaning it.
2 Turn off the water supply to the washer and
separate the inlet hose.
CLEANING THE DRAIN FILTER
• In case “Pump-Model” drain hose, this filter’s equipped at the back side of washer.
• This drain filter is to screen the foreign stuffs such as threads, coins, pins, buttons, etc.
• If the drain filter is not cleaned at proper time (every 10 times of use), Drain problem could be caused.
1 Put down the remained water in
the hose. And put a container
under the filter to collect water.
2 Turn the cap counter clockwise.
3 Pull out the filter assembly off
the case.
FILTER
CAP
FILTER
CASE
CAP
CONTAINER
4 Clean the drain filter removing
the foreign stuffs.
5 Put the filter into the case. And
turn the cap to adjust the prominence of the filter to the hole of
the case.
CAP
6 Turn the cap clockwise tightly.
STOPPER
FILTER
CASE
CAP
STOPPER
6
DIRECTIONS FOR INSTALLATION AND USE
CAP
4. FEATURE AND TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
Feature of the Washing Machine
1 First applying the Radical Technology in the world ... go beyond washing, sterilize your clothes and deodorize a
bad smell(Option).
2 The first air bubble washing system in the world.
3 Quiet washing through the innovational low-noise design.
4 Improving washing performance by more than 35%, while reducing power consumption by 40%.
5 The laundry detergent dissolves well in water because of the air bubble washing system.
6 The adoption of the water currents to adjust the unbalanced load.
7 One-touch operation system.
Water Current to Adjust the Unbalanced Load
It is a function to prevent eccentricity of the clothes after wash by rotating pulsator C.W and C.C.W for 35
seconds.(But, the DELICATE course have no operation of the water currents to adjust the unbalanced load.)
EFFECT
It reduces vibration and noise effectively while spinning.
WATER FLOW
WASH
DRAIN
MOTOR
C.W
SIGNAL
C.C.W
TIME(SEC.)
SPIN
0.3
FILL
0.3
RINSE 1
0.3
DRAIN
0.3
SPIN
0.3
FILL
RINSE 2
0.3
•••••••
DRAIN
•••
35 SEC. (About 29 Times)
Automatic Water Supply System for Blanket Wash
The water level would be lowered because the blanket absorbs water at the beginning of washing. Therefore, after
2 minutes, the operation is interrupted to check the water level, and then the water is supplied again until the selected water level is reached.
FEATURE AND TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
7
Functional Principle of Bubble Washing Machine
ACROSS SECTION
Air bubble
Tub
Outer tub
Pulsator
FUNCTIONAL PRINCIPLE
Bubble Motor supplies the air from the bottom of outer tub to the inner space of pulsator, the air is dispersed by the
rotation of pulsator. Air-bubble is created by the centrifugal force, and rises up.
Automatic Drainning time Adjustment
This system adjusts the draining time automatically according to the draining condition.
Good draining
The washer begins spin process after drainage.
Bad draining
Draining time is prolonged.
No draining
Program is stopped and gives the alarm.
Draining
condition
FUNCTIONAL PRINCIPLE
1. The micom can remember the time(D) from the begining of drain to reset point when the pressure switch reaches
to “OFF” point
Drain Time
Movement of the Program
Less than
Continue draining.
15 minutes
More than
Program stops and gives the alarm with
blinked on display lamp.
15 minutes
2. In case of continuous draining, residual drain time is determined by micom.
Draining time as a whole = D + 90
Residual drain time.
The time remembered by micom.
8
FEATURE AND TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
Automatic Unbalance Adjustment
This system is to prevent abnormal vibration during intermittent spin and spin process.
FUNCTIONAL PRINCIPLE
Contact of safety switch
1. When the lid is closed, the contact lever A of
the safety switch is “ON” position.
2. In case that wash loads get uneven during
spin, the outer tub hits the safety switch due
to the serious vibration, and the spin process is interrupted.
3. In case that P.C.B. ASS’Y gets “OFF” signal
from the safety switch, spin process is
stopped and rinse process is started automatically.
4. If the safety switch is operated due to the
unbalance of the tub, the program is
stopped and the alarm is given.
Lid closing
Lid opening
Contact lever A
Position of
unbalanced load (OFF)
Normal (ON)
NOTES
The alarm finished when you close the lid after opening
it. Check the unbalance of the wash load and the installation condition.
Circulating-Water Course and Lint Filter
CIRCULATING-WATER
The washing and rinsing effects have been
improved by adopting the water system in
which water in the tub is circulated in a
designed pattern.
When the pulsator rotates during the washing
or rinsing process, the water below the pulsator fans creates a water currents as shown
in figure.
The water is then discharged from the upper
part of the tub through the water channel.
About 40 L/min. water is circulated at the ‘high’
water level, standard wash load and standard
water currents.
Filter
Tub
Water
channel
Outer tub
Pulsator
FEATURE AND TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
9
Lint Filter
Much lint may be obtained according to the kind of
clothes to be washed and some of the lint may also
stick to the clothes.
To minimize this possibility a lint filter is provided on
the upper part of the tub to filter the wash water as it
is discharged from the water channel. It is good to
use the lint filter during washing.
Filter
HOW TO REPLACE LINT FILTER
1. Pull the filter frame upward.
2. Turn the lint filter inside out, and wash the lint off with water.
3. Return the filter as it was, and fix the filter frame to the slot.
Residual Time Display
When the START/HOLD button is pressed, the residual time (min.) is displayed on the time indicator, and it will be
counted down according to process.
When operation is finished, the TIME INDICATOR will light up
.
Drain Motor
STRUCTURE
Pull
Loosen
Pulley
Lever
Inductive ring
Magnet
Coil of motor
Magnet of motor
FUNCTIONAL PRINCIPLE
1. When the DRAIN MOTOR connected to the power source, the DRAIN MOTOR rotates with 900 r.p.m and
revolves the pulley by gear assembly for reducing.
2. When the pulley is rotated, the pulley winds the wire to open the drain valve.
3. Therefore, rotation of pulley changed to the linear moving of wire.
4. The wire pulls the brake lever of Gear Mechanism Ass’y within 5 seconds.
5. After the wire pulled, gear assembly is separated from motor and condition of pulling is held by operation of the
lever.
6. When the power is turned off, the drain valve is closed because the wire returns to original position.
10 FEATURE AND TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
Gear Mechanism Ass’y
The proper water currents is made by the rotation of pulsator at a low speed to prevent the damage to the small
sized clothes.
Sun gear
Internal gear
Planetary gear
Motor
1800 r.p.m (60Hz)
1500 r.p.m (50Hz)
Pulsator
Gear unit as
1 revolution
Motor
V-Belt
Gear Unit as
130-150r.p.m(60Hz)
125-140r.p.m(50Hz)
Spinner Pulley
5 revolutions
Pulsator
710-740r.p.m(60Hz)
640-675r.p.m(50Hz)
Tub
Gear pulley
Directly
710-740r.p.m(60Hz)
640-675r.p.m(50Hz)
V-belt
FEATURE AND TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
11
5. DIRECTIONS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENT
Warning
BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE OR ADJUST ANY PART OF THE WASHING MACHINE, DISCONNECT
THE POWER CORD FROM THE ELECTRIC OUTLET.
Gear Mechanism Ass’y Replacement
GEAR MECHANISM ASS’Y REPLACEMENT
1 Remove 1 screw from the PANEL F.
2 Separate PANEL F by pushing PANEL F washing to
the right.
3 Remove 4 screws and separate PLATE T from
washing machine.
Remove
screw
Pushing
Remove
4 screws
4 Remove 4 screws and separates
COVER TUB from TUB ass’y.
6 Remove CAP PULSATOR form PULSATOR using
screw driver.
Remove
4 screws
12 DIRECTIONS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENT
6 Unscrew PULSATOR mounting screw and separates
PULSATOR form TUB ass’y.
7 Unscrew special nut using ‘T’ type box wrench.
8 Separate TUB I from TUB ass’y.
9 Lay the top of the washing machine on the floor.
0 Unscrew 4 special bolts of GEAR PROTECT using a
box wrench and separate GEAR PROTECT .
q Unscrew 4 special bolts of GEAR MECHANISM using
a box wrench.
w Separate GEAR MECHANISM and BELT V.
NOTES
To assemble the gear mechanism ass’y, reverse the disassembly procedure.
DIRECTIONS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENT
13
MOTOR DRAIN AND VALVE REPLACEMENT (NON PUMP MODEL)
1 Lay the top of the washing machine on the floor.
2 Unscrew 2 special bolts mounting MOTOR DRAIN.
3 Take out the wire of MOTOR DRAIN.
4 Separate MOTOR DRAIN from BASE.
5 Turn the valve using screw driver as shown picture.
6 Separate the valve lid from VALVE DRAIN ass'y.
14 DIRECTIONS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENT
6. THE REPAIR METHOD OF GEAR MECHANISM FOR CLUTCH SPRING PROBLEM
The structure of gear mechanism
●TOOL FOR REPLACING THE CLUTCH BOSS ASSEMBLY●
Tool name
Specification
Q’ty
Figure 1
Fixing jig
1
Ratchet handle
1
Socket and extension bar
Cotton yarn
socket : 10mm, 17mm
per each
some
THE REPAIR METHOD
15
How to check the clutch spring problem
CHECKING METHOD
IN THIS CASE, YOU MUST EMPTY THE SPIN TUB FIRST.
1) TO CHECK THE REVOLUTION OF SPIN TUB.
IF THE SPIN TUB DOES NOT REVOLVE AND ONLY THE PULSATOR IS TURNING, THAT IS
CLUTCH SPRING DEFECT.
2) TO CHECK THE SPIN SPEED(RPM) BETWEEN SPIN TUB AND PULSATOR.
IF YOU FIND THE DIFFERENT SPIN SPEED BETWEEN SPIN TUB AND PULSATOR, THIS IS ALSO
CLUTCH SPRING DEFECT.
IN THIS CASE, WE ARE GOING TO SUPPLY THE CLUTCH BOSS ASSEMBLY INSTEAD OF GEAR
MECHANISM ASSEMBLY. PLEASE REFER TO FOLLOWING FIG.
THE CLUTCH BOSS ASSEMBLY
NO.
PARTS NAME
SPECIFICATION
1
CLUTCH SPRING
1.5*1.5
1
2
CLUTCH BOSS
PP
1
3
GREASE
beacon#325 3g
PACKING
METHOD
16 THE REPAIR METHOD
PACKING THE CLUTCH BOSS ASS’Y
BY USING VINYL PACK
Q’TY
1
The Process Of Disassembling
Disassembling 1
No.
Process
Notice
Use wrench or driver.
- ratchet handle
- extension bar
- socket : 10mm
1
Remove the protector
Release screws marked 4-point
2
Remove the v-belt
Use fixing jig for pulley as to
see fig 1.
and 17mm-socket for nut.
3
Loosen the fastening nut
Take out plain washer if it has.
4
Disassemble the spring washer
THE REPAIR METHOD
17
Disassembling 2
No.
5
Process
Notice
Disassemble the pulley
Catch the boss and pull
upward with spiral rotate in the
clockwise direction.
6
Disassemble the clutch boss
assembly
7
Separate coupling from clutch
boss ass’y
Clean the drum plate, coupling
surface and contact face
between drum plate and coupling.
8
18 THE REPAIR METHOD
Cleaning
It is necessary to keep cotton
piece goods being dry and
clean.
The Process Of Assembling
Assembling 1
No.
Process
Notice
Check the uneven face of coupling is assembled upward.
1
Assemble the coupling
2
Assemble the new clutch boss
ass’y
3
Assemble the pulley
- Push in the clutch boss ass’y
with rotating on the clockwise
direction.
- After assembling, rotate on the
clockwise more 2~3 teeth and
pull out the pulley shaft upward.
If there was plain washer, you
have to assemble plain washer
the first and then assemble
spring washer.
4
Assemble the spring washer
THE REPAIR METHOD
19
Assembling 2
No.
Process
Assemble the fastening nut
5
6
Notice
- Use fixing jig and 17mm
socket wrench
as if disassembling,
as fastening torque about
100~200kgf-cm.
- Check the end-play, up and
downward and check the binding force, too much or not on
bi-direct of rotation.
Assemble the belt
7
Assemble the protector
Finally, check the distance
between brake lever and
control bolt(2~3mm).
Also, check the interference
depth both clutch tip and
clutch boss(3.5~4.5mm).
keep distance
2~3mm
Synchronous
Motor
8
Clutch Tip
3.5~4.5
20 THE REPAIR METHOD
Drain
Valve
Final checking
7. TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
NOTES
1. When replace the P.C.B. ASS’Y do not scratch the surface of the P.C.B. ASS’Y.
2. Disconnect the power cord from the electric outlet.
Concerning Water Supply
PROBLEM
CHECK POINT
CAUSE
Do you open the water
tap?
NO
SOLUTION
Open the water tap.
YES
YES
Is the filter of the water
inlet valve clogged with
dirt?
Clean the filter.
NO
WATER IS
NOT SUPPLIED.
Increase the water pressure.
NO
Is the water pressure
sufficient?
(0.3~8 kgf/cm2)
NOTE : Open the water tap fully and measure
the flow rate.
Flow
rate(ℓ/min.)
Water pressure
(kgf/cm2)
YES
11.5
15.0
18.0
20.3
24.1
27.4
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.8
1.0
From the upper results, you know that the flow rate more than
11.5ℓ/min. is essential for water supply.
Does the water inlet
valve make operating
sound?
NO
Water inlet valve
is defective.
Change water inlet valve.
Improper connection of
the connector or the terminal.
Connect the connector or
the terminal properly.
P.C.B AS is defective.
Change the P.C.B AS.
Lead wire is defective.
Change the lead wires.
YES
Is the connector or the
terminal connected
properly?
NO
YES
Is the output voltage of
the P.C.B normal?
NO
YES
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
21
PROBLEM
CHECK POINT
Does the water supply
continue while the power
is turned off?
CAUSE
SOLUTION
YES
The water inlet valve is
defective.
Change the water inlet
valve.
YES
The triac of P.C.B is
defective.
Change the P.C.B
ASS’Y.
NO
Does the water supply start
as soon as you press the
power switch?
NO
WATER SUPPLY IS NOT
STOPPED.
Operate the washer after
setting the water level to
“HIGH”
NO
Does the water supply
continue after the water
reaches to the “HIGH”
level?
YES
Is the air tube of water
level switch kinked or
deformed?
Normal operation.
YES
NO
Air tube is defective.
Change the air tube.
Pressure switch is defective.
Change the pressure
switch.
Concerning Washing
PROBLEM
CHECK POINT
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Does the motor operate after finishing water supply?
NO
YES
Does pulsator rotate in
only one direction?
YES The triac of P.C.B is
defective.
NO
THE PULSATOR DOES
NOT ROTATE
EVEN IF THE
WATER IS
SUPPLIED.
Change the P.C.B
ASS’Y.
Normal
Does the motor make
operating sound?
YES
NO
Is the motor coil disconnected?
Is the connection condition of capacitor terminal good?
YES
Is the V-belt worn out?
NO
22 TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
YES
NO
Motor is defective.
Improper connection.
YES
V-belt is defective.
Change the motor.
Connect the terminal
properly.
Change the V-belt.
Change the motor.
CONCERNING DRAINING
PROBLEM
CHECK POINT
Do you install the
drain hose
properly?
CAUSE
NO
SOLUTION
Improper installation.
Install the drain hose
properly.
Malfunction of drainage
by the foreign matter.
Remove the foreign
matter from the drain
housing.
The drain motor is
defective.
Change the drain motor.
P.C.B ASS'Y is
defective.
Change the P.C.B
ASS'Y.
Improper installation.
Install the drain hose
properly.
Malfunction of drainage
by the foreign matter.
Remove the foreign
matter from the pump
housing.
The drain pump is
defective.
Change the drain pump.
P.C.B ASS'Y is
defective.
Change the P.C.B
ASS'Y.
YES
THE WASHER
DOES NOT
DRAIN.
Is the foreign matter
accumulated inside the
drain housing?
YES
NO
* NON-PUMP
MODEL
Is the output voltage of
the drain motor
normal?
YES
NO
Do you install the
drain hose
properly?
NO
YES
THE WASHER
DOES NOT
DRAIN.
Is the foreign matter
accumulated inside
the pump housing?
YES
NO
* PUMP
MODEL
Is the output voltage
of the drain pump
normal?
YES
NO
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
23
Concerning Spinning
PROBLEM
CHECK POINT
CAUSE
SOLUTION
YES
Close the lid.
Is the lid open?
NO
Does the door switch
operate normally?
NO
Door switch is defective.
Change the door switch.
Safety switch is defective.
Change the safety
switch.
Improper connection of
the connector.
Connect the connector
properly.
P.C.B. ASS’Y is defective.
Change P.C.B ASS’Y.
Drain motor is defective.
Change the drain motor.
P.C.B ASS’Y is defective.
Change the P.C.B
ASS’Y.
V-belt is defective.
Change the V-belt.
Motor is defective.
Change the motor.
Improper connection.
Connect the terminal correctly.
P.C.B ASS’Y is defective.
Change the P.C.B
ASS’Y.
YES
Does the safety switch
operate normally?
NO
YES
Is the connector of
P.C.B ASS‘Y connected
properly?
NO
YES
THE WASHER
DOES NOT
SPIN.
Does the pulsator rotate
while the tub does not
rotate?
NO
YES
Is the input
voltage of the drain
motor normal?
YES
NO
YES
Is the V-belt worn out?
NO
Is the input voltage of
motor normal?
YES
NO
Is the connection condition of capacitor terminal good?
YES
24 TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
NO
Concerning Operating
PROBLEM
CHECK POINT
CAUSE
SOLUTION
NO
Is the plug connected
to electric outlet?
Connect the plug.
YES
YES
Is Fuse opened?
Change fuse.
NO
THE INDICATOR
LAMPS(L.E.D)
DO NOT LIGHT
UP WHEN THE
POWER BUTTON IS
PRESSED.
Is the condition of
power button good?
NO
Is the connector of the
P.C.B. ASS’Y connected properly?
NO
ABNORMAL
NOISE DURING WASH
PROCESS.
Improper connection of
the connector.
Connect the connector
properly.
Transformer is defective.
Change P.C.B ASS'Y.
P.C.B. ASS’Y is defective.
Change P.C.B ASS'Y.
YES
NO
YES
MOTOR
ROTATES
WHEN
START/HOLD
BUTTON IS
NOT
PRESSED.
Change P.C.B ASS’Y.
YES
Is input voltage of the
transformer normal?
PROGRESS
LAMPS(LED)
DO NOT LIGHT
UP.
Power button is
defective.
Do you press
START/HOLD button?
NO
YES
P.C.B ASS’Y is defective.
Press START/HOLD button.
Replace P.C.B ASS’Y.
Abnormal
Check the output voltage
of P.C.B ASS'Y.
Is the strange noise generated when the pulsator
rotates in TEST MODE
of P.C.B ASS’Y?
NO
Is the V-belt worn out?
YES
P.C.B ASS’Y is
defective.
Change P.C.B ASS’Y.
There is foreign matter
between pulsator and
tub.
Remove the foreign matter.
V-belt is defective.
Change the V-belt.
YES
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
25
8. PRESENTATION OF THE P.C.B ASS’Y
Concerning Error Message
MESSAGE
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Improper installation of drain hose.
Install drain hose properly.
The drain hose is blocked up by foreign
matter.
Remove foreign matter from drain hose.
Drain motor or drain pump is inferior.
Change drain motor or drain pump.
The water tap is closed.
Open the water tap.
The water inlet filter clogged.
Clean the water inlet filter.
It passes over the 60 minutes, yet it doesn’t
come to assigned water level.
Fully open the water tap and
Check the water pressure.
Wash loads get uneven during spin.
Re-set wash loads evenly.
Poor installation of the unit.
Proper installation.
The lid is opened.
Close the lid.
The safety switch is inferior.
Change the safety switch.
The load sensing is inferior. After the load
sensing operates about 7 seconds, the
message is displayed during 0.5 second
and water level is always fixed ‘high’.
The water level sensing is inferior.
26 PRESENTATION OF THE P.C.B ASS’Y
Change the P.C.B. ASS’Y.
Check the water level sensor and the
contact part of the connector.
9. APPENDIX
■ Wiring Diagram
• DWF-200SL/SM/SW (110V~, NON-PUMP, COLD ONLY)
MAIN & FRONT PCB ASS'Y
WH
YW
1
2
2
1
BR
GR
3
BK
2
WH/RD
3
2
1
2
1
3
2
1
2
1
BR
COLD
VALVE
DRAIN
MOTOR
MOTOR
110V~
WH/RD
2
1
WH/RD
2
1
3
RINSE
VALVE
WH/RD
1
2
YW/RD
CONDENSOR
FUSE
POWER CORD
BL
WH
1
2
YW/BK
RD/BL
1
VT
BL
1
WH
BL/YW
WH/RD
2
WH
VT
RD
3
3
2
1
3
2
1
PRESSURE
SENSOR
SAFETY
SWITCH
• DWF-200SL/SM/SW (220V~, PUMP, COLD&HOT)
MAIN & FRONT PCB ASS'Y
3
WH
YW
1
2
2
1
WH/RD
VT
BL
2
BK
1
WH
3
BR
GR
BL
2
YW
1
2
YW/BK
RD/BL
1
BL/WH
YW/RD
1
WH
BL/YW
WH/RD
2
WH
VT
RD
3
220V~
3
2
1
2
1
3
2
1
2
1
MOTOR
DRAIN
MOTOR
2
1
2
1
DRAIN
PUMP
COLD
VALVE
HOT
VALVE
BR
2
WH/RD
2
1
WH/RD
1
WH/RD
POWER CORD
WH/RD
FUSE
WH/RD
RINSE
VALVE
CONDENSOR
3
2
1
3
2
1
PRESSURE
SENSOR
SAFETY
SWITCH
WIRING DIAGRAM
27
■ Parts Diagram
TOP
LEFT
FRONT
DWF-200SL
A19
A17
A18
A16
A01
A20
A04
A21
A02
A22
A07
A05
A03
A23
A09
A24
A06
A08
A25
DWF-200SM/200SW
A10
A11
A26
A17
A18
A12
A13
A27
A14
A22
A28
A15
28 PARTS DIAGRAM
TOP
LEFT
B02
FRONT
B01
B07
B08
B03
B05
B04
B06
B13
B14
B09
PUMP OPTION
B10
B15
B11
B16
B12
PARTS DIAGRAM
29
TOP
C16
LEFT
FRONT
C02
C01
OPTION
C02
C06
C07
C03
C08
C04
C15
C13
C14
C09
C12
C10
C11
30 PARTS DIAGRAM
TOP
LEFT
FRONT
PARTS DIAGRAM
31
■ Parts List
No.
A01
PARTS NAME
PANEL *B
PARTS CODE
DESCRIPTION
36142T4600
DWF-200S, ABS
36142T4650
DWF-200S, ABS UV_BASE
Q'TY
1
REMARK
200S(MOLD)
200S(UV SPRAY)
A02
SENSOR PRESSURE AS
3614801635
CDL-15N-1,225DO,3PIN,L1=740,L2=90
1
A03
SWITCH SAFETY AS
3619044180
SF-030A13,#187,CU/T=9,CU/L=110,L=174
1
DWD-F1X23
A04
VALVE INLET
3615416330
110-130/60,98'S,C+R,DR-12AS,GASKET
1
110V, C+R
3615407131
AC220-240V/50,60HZ,35mA,C+H+R
3618912400
54UF 200VAC, CAN
3618911200
11.4UF 400VAC, CAN TYPE
A05
UNIT CAPACITOR AS
220V, C+H+R
1
110/60
220/50, 220/60
A06
HINGE DOOR
3612902400
POLYACETAL
2
A07
CORD POWER AS
3611341110
7A125V0.75SQ VCTFK TAIWAN LP-70 2.3M
1
3611341F00
CHILE. 0.75X3 240H/260H
220/50(CHILE)
3611339040
CP-2PIN 100H IEC 53(VCTF,H05VV-F) 3X0.75 1.9M GY
220/60(PERU)
36111T3300
DWF-200S, ABS
36111T3350
DWF-200SM , ABS UV_BASE
A08
CASE DETERGENT
1
110/60(TAIWAN)
200S(MOLD)
200S(UV SPRAY)
A09
CAP SOFTENER
3610907800
PP
1
A10
NOZZLE DETERGENT
3618112700
DWF-200SM, PP
1
200SL/SM/SW
A11
PLATE *T
3614543100
DWF-200S, ABS
1
200S(MOLD)
3614543150
DWF-200SM, ABS, UV_BASE
200S(UV SPRAY)
A12
DECORATOR FILM
36116DW800
DWF-200SL, PET
1
A13
CAP SCREW
3610902600
CR
2
A14
PANEL *F
36142T4700
DWF-200S, ABS
1
36142T4750
DWF-200S, ABS UV_BASE
A15
A16
PCB AS
HARNESS AS
PRPSSWXC63
DWF-200SL, SMALL PCB, TAIWAN
PRPSSWXC65
DWF-200SL, LARGE PCB, CHILE & PERU
3612797B60
DWF-200S 110V COLD,NON-PUMP
3612797C10
DWF-200S 220V NON BB,COLD,HOT(PUMP)
200SL/SM/SW
200S(MOLD)
200S(UV SPRAY)
1
110/60
220/50, 220/60
1
110/60,COLD,NON-PUMP
220V,C+H,PUMP
A17
SPRING DOOR L
3615118900
DWF-200S
1
200SL/SM/SW
A18
SPRING DOOR R
3615119000
DWF-200S
1
200SL/SM/SW
A19
DOOR BACK *O
36117ADW00
DWF-200S, ABS
1
200SL(MOLD)
36117ADW50
DWF-200SL,ABS UV_BASE
200SL(UV SPRAY)
A20
DOOR GLASS
36117AD030
GLASS,DWF-200S,492X238X4.0T,NAZCA
1
200SL
A21
DOOR BACK *I
36117ADX00
DWF-200SL, ABS
1
200SL
A22
CUSHION DOOR
3611559900
NR
2
A23
HANDLE DOOR
3612614000
DWF-200SL, ABS
1
3612614500
DWF-200SL,ABS, UV_BASE
200SL(MOLD)
200SL(UV SPRAY)
A24
DECO HANDLE
36116DW700
DWF-200SL, ABS GILDING
1
200SL(GILDING)
A25
COVER HANDLE
3611433100
DWF-200SL, ABS
1
200SL
A26
DOOR B
36117ADY00
DWF-200SM/SW, ABS
1
200SM/SW
A27
DOOR F
36117ADZ00
DWF-200SW, ABS-TR
1
200SW(ABS-TR)
200SM(ABS)
DWF-200SM, ABS
A28
DECO DOOR F
32 PARTS LIST
36116DW900
DWF-200SM/SW, ABS
1
200SM/SW
No.
B01
PARTS NAME
PARTS CODE
DESCRIPTION
Q'TY
HOSE DRAIN O AS
3613226700
L=1250mm, HANGER
HOSE DRAIN OUTER AS
3613218800
LD-PE/EVA L=1600 PUMP
B02
PLATE UPPER
3614514600
PP, 1094
1
B03
SUPPORTER TUB BL
3615302220
SPG 1.6T(R-01)
1
B04
SUPPORTER TUB BR
3615302320
SPG 1.6T(R-01)
1
B05
SUPPORTER TUB FL
3615302420
SPG 1.6T(R-01)
1
B06
SUPPORTER TUB FR
3615302520
SPG 1.6T(R-01)
1
B07
SCREW TAPPING
7122501211
T2S TRS 5X12 MFZN
8
B08
COVER BACK
3611413605
0.35T
1
1
B09
1
REMARK
NON-PUMP
PUMP
PAINTING
CABINET AS
3610808011
PAINTING(0.6T)
PCM CABINET
3610808532
PCM 0.6*803.4*2146.6
B10
FOOT
3612100330
BUTYL VE
2
B11
BASE *U
3610310207
RECYCLING PP,100S
1
B12
LEG ADJUST AS
3617702123
BUTYL FOOT, CONE SHAPE
2
B13
HANDLE CABINET
3612603300
PP
2
B14
OUTER EARTH AS
3610068700
50/0.18 GREEN, ST710489-2
1
OPTION
B15
UNIT DRAIN PUMP AS
361897409D
HIGH/60HZ,40W,L=1250,KET 1806 BK,BB CUT
1
220/60
36189L606D
HIGH/50HZ,B30-6,40W,L=1250,KET1806 BK,BOBBIN CUT
36189L1400
220V/60HZ,CU 40W,L=1400,BB CUT,B30-5
PCM
PUMP
220-240/50
UNIT DRAIN PUMP
36189M1400
220~240V,CU 40W,L=1400,BB CUT,B30-6
C01
BALANCER AS
3616106000
PP, 100M'S, VE TYPE
1
MAGIC FILTER
C02
NANO FILTER AS
3611906300
NANO FILTER, ABS-TR
2
MAGIC FILTER
FILTER AS
3611904700
100M(LARGE) LINT FILTER AS
(2)
OPTION(LINT FILTER)
C03
TUB *I
3618815400
SUS, HIDDEN-2
1
MAGIC FILTER
C04
GUIDE FILTER AS
3612507210
HIDDEN FILTER(SUS 0.6T)
2
MAGIC FILTER
(3)
OPTION(LINT FILTER)
4
MAGIC FILTER
(6)
OPTION(LINT FILTER)
C05
SPECIAL BOLT
3616051029
STS430, 5X10
C06
SPECIAL SCREW
3616051629
SUS430 T2 TRS 5.5*16
C07
SPECIAL NUT
3616M50829
STS430 M5 X 0.8P
1
220/60
B16
220-240/50
12
4
MAGIC FILTER
(6)
OPTION(LINT FILTER)
C08
SPECIAL SCREW
3616051629
SUS430 T2 TRS 5.5*16
12
C09
TUB *U
3618819901
98'S, VE TYPE(2-H/G), -M/B
1
C10
FLANGE TUB
3617200600
ALDC12 VE1,6POINT
1
C11
SPECIAL SCREW
3616007001
SCM24H,6.5*24 101S
3
C12
SPECIAL NUT
3616063700
ZDC1 EU SAMWOO
1
C13
SPECIAL SCREW
3616062629
STS430 6X26.5
1
C14
PULSATOR AS
3619705530
200S NANO SILVER
1
NANO SILVER
3619705510
100M
1
NON NANO
MAGIC FILTER
C15
CAP PULSATOR
3610920500
PP, DWF-178W
1
200SL/SM/SW
C16
FRAME FALL
3612202900
PP, WATER FALL
2
MAGIC FILTER
(1)
OPTION(LINT FILTER)
PARTS LIST
33
No.
PARTS NAME
PARTS CODE
DESCRIPTION
Q'TY
REMARK
D01
COVER TUB *O
3611417700
PP,100M
1
D02
TUB *O
3618807100
1098
1
D03
SUSPENSION AS (B)
3619805400
ROD=592 SPR=102(BLACK),100C,S
2
D04
SUSPENSION AS (F)
3619805500
ROD=592 SPR=112,(YELLOW),100C,S
2
D05
HOSE OVERFLOW
3613208901
PELD, L=280MM
1
NON-PUMP
D06
VALVE DRAIN AS
3615408400
1098'S,VE TYPE
1
NON-PUMP
D07
HOSE DRAIN I AS
3613218510
LDPE+EVA L=210.5
1
NON-PUMP
HOSE DRAIN *I
3613212120
EVA,L=184
D08
BASE
3610387400
SECEN 2.0T
1
D09
SPECIAL SCREW
3616007001
SCM24H,6.5*24 101S
6
D10
DRAIN MOTOR
36196TAN30
SV-HJ7T22D 100-110 50/60HZ
1
36196TAN00
SV-MX7T22D 220V50/60HZ
PUMP
110/60
220/50-60
D11
GEAR MECHANISM
3617310400
GM-1000-YJ6P2
1
D12
BOLT HEX
7341801511
6B-1 8*15 MFZN
4
D13
PROTECTOR GEAR
3618301310
SBHG 1.2T
1
D14
BELT V
3616590220
M20.5, AGING
1
3616590230
M21, AGING
3964322030
W2D50CA013 110-127V 60HZ 1450L #1806(MG620427)
3964322100
W2D50VA014 220V 50HZ 1450L KET D/L
220/50
3964322200
W2D50UA019 220V 60HZ 1450L KET D/L
220/60
D15
MOTOR CONDENSER
60Hz
50Hz
1
110/60
D16
CUSHION DOWN
3611502700
POM(8MM)
2
D17
HARNESS EARTH INNER
3612757030
L ID=4.3,R ID=8.3,L=810
1
D18
BOLT HEX
7650802528
6B-1 8*25 PW(3*28) MFZN
4
D19
BODY BUBBLE AS
3610402931
104KR, HOSE L=2700MM
1
OPTION
D20
PULLEY MOTOR AS
3618401400
M-TYPE(AL), DS=10 DP=48.5 60HZ
1
60Hz
3618401420
M-TYPE(AL) DS=10 DP=53.0 50HZ
34 PARTS LIST
50Hz
■ Sequence Chart
Division
Sensing
Water Inlet
W
A
S
H
Pre-Wash
Wash
Drain
Balance Spin
Middle Spin
Natural Stop
Water Inlet
R
I
N
S
E
Rinse 1
Drain
Balance Spin
Middle Spin
Natural Stop
Water Inlet
Rinse 2
Drain
Balance Spin
Main Spin
S
P
I
N
Natural Stop
Progress Time
7 sec.
4 min.
2 min.
60min.
18min.
14min.
10min.
6min.
3 min.
44sec.
1min. 46sec.
20sec.
1min. 30sec.
40sec.
4 min.
2 min.
3 min.
2 min.
3 min.
44sec.
1min. 46sec.
20sec.
1min. 30sec.
20sec.
4 min.
2 min.
3 min.
2 min.
3 min.
44sec.
9 min.
7 min.
5 min.
3 min.
1 min.
30sec.
2min.
1min.
Remained Time Display
High
■
■
■
FUZZY
Mid Low
■
■
■
Small
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
ECONOMY
High/Mid
Low/Small
High
DELICATE
Mid
■
■
■ 1min.
■
■
■ 1min.
■
■
■
■
■
■ 30s ■ 30s
■ 20s ■ 20s
■ 40s ■ 40s
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■ 30s ■ 30s
■ 20s ■ 20s
■ 40s ■ 40s
■
■
61
■
■
57
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■ 1min.
■
■ 1min.
■
■
■
■
■
■ 30s ■ 30s
43
■
27
■
23
■
38
43
■
38
1. The drain time in ECONOMY course is 1 minute.
2. The '20s~40s' is the acronym for '20 seconds~40 seconds'.
3. The '1 min.~60 min.' is the acronym for '1 minute~60 minutes'.
SEQUENCE CHART
35
Division
Sensing
Water Inlet
W
A
S
H
Wash
Drain
Balance Spin
Middle Spin
Natural Stop
Water Inlet
R
I
N
S
E
Rinse 1
Drain
Balance Spin
Middle Spin
Natural Stop
Water Inlet
Rinse 2
Drain
Balance Spin
Main Spin
S
P
I
N
Natural Stop
Progress Time
7 sec.
4 min.
2 min.
18min.
14min.
10min.
6min.
3 min.
44sec.
1min. 46sec.
20sec.
1min. 30sec.
4 min.
2 min.
3 min.
2 min.
3 min.
44sec.
1min. 46sec.
20sec.
1min. 30sec.
4 min.
2 min.
3 min.
2 min.
3 min.
44sec.
9 min.
7 min.
5 min.
3 min.
1 min.
30sec.
2 min.
Remained Time Display
High
■
■
BLANKET
Mid Low
■
■
Small
■
■
■
■
■
■
High
■
■
SPORTS WEAR
Mid Low Small
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
BABY CARE
Mid Low Small
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
90s
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
90s
90s
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■ 60s ■ 60s ■60s ■60s
90s
■
■
■
■
■
■
■ 60s ■ 60s ■60s ■60s
90s
■
90s
■
90s
90s
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■ 60s ■ 60s ■60s ■60s
■
63
■
63
■
57
■
57
■
57
■
57
■
51
■
51
■
62
1. Default water level in BLANKET course is 'High'.
2. Time of water flow in BLANKET course is same condition regardless of water level.
3. The '60s~90s' is the acronym for '60 seconds~90 seconds'.
4. The '1 min.~18 min.' is the acronym for '1 minute~18 minutes'.
36 SEQUENCE CHART
High
■
62
■
54
■
54
Division
Sensing
Water Inlet
W
A
S
H
Pre-Wash
Wash
Drain
Balance Spin
Middle Spin
Natural Stop
Water Inlet
R
I
N
S
E
Rinse 1
Drain
Balance Spin
Middle Spin
Natural Stop
Water Inlet
Rinse 2
Drain
Balance Spin
Main Spin
S
P
I
N
Natural Stop
Progress Time
7 sec.
4 min.
2 min.
60min.
10min.
18min.
14min.
10min.
6min.
3 min.
44sec.
1min. 46sec.
20sec.
1min. 30sec.
4 min.
2 min.
3 min.
2 min.
3 min.
44sec.
1min. 46sec.
20sec.
1min. 30sec.
4 min.
2 min.
3 min.
2 min.
3 min.
44sec.
9 min.
7 min.
5 min.
3 min.
1 min.
30sec.
2 min.
Remained Time Display
TUB CLEANING
High
High
■
WASH for PERU
Mid Low Small
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
120
■
73
■
73
■
67
■
67
1. The 'min.' and 'sec.' is the acronym for 'minutes' and 'seconds'.
SEQUENCE CHART
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PRINTED DATE: Oct. 2011
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수
MEMO
2011.09.29
총 39p
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