Electrolux EWM25xx Service manual

SERVICE MANUAL
WASHING
© ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS
ITALY S.p.A.
Spares Operations Italy
Corso Lino Zanussi, 30
I - 33080 PORCIA /PN
Fax +39 0434 394096
Edition: 2007-08-11
Washing machines
&
Washer-dryers
Publication no.
with electronic control
system
599 70 39-88
EN
EWM21xx
EWM25xx
Technical and functional
characteristics
ENV06
AEG Styling
SERIES 6 / 7
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CONTENTS
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Purpose of this manual ....................................................................................................................................5
PRECAUTIONS ...............................................................................................................................................5
SERIES 6 .........................................................................................................................................................6
3.1
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS..............................................................................................................6
3.1.1
General characteristics WM ..............................................................................................................6
3.1.2
General characteristics WD...............................................................................................................7
3.2
CONTROL PANEL ...................................................................................................................................8
3.2.1
Styling SERIES 6...............................................................................................................................8
3.2.2
Configuration of control panel ...........................................................................................................9
3.2.3
Programme selector (S1) ..................................................................................................................9
3.2.4
Programme configuration ..................................................................................................................9
3.2.5
Pushbuttons – LEDs and LCD ........................................................................................................10
4 SERIES 7 .......................................................................................................................................................13
4.1
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS............................................................................................................13
4.1.1
General Characteristics WM............................................................................................................13
4.1.2
General Characteristics WD ............................................................................................................14
4.2
CONTROL PANEL .................................................................................................................................15
4.2.1
Styling SERIES 7.............................................................................................................................15
4.2.2
Configuration of control panel .........................................................................................................16
4.2.3
Programme selector (S1) ................................................................................................................16
4.2.4
Pushbuttons and LCD SERIES 7 Special .......................................................................................17
4.2.5
Pushbuttons and LCD Version WD Series 7...................................................................................22
4.2.6
DEMO MODE SETTING .................................................................................................................24
4.3
Exiting DEMO mode ...............................................................................................................................24
5 DIAGNOSTICS SYSTEM ..............................................................................................................................24
5.1
Access to diagnostics mode ...................................................................................................................24
5.2
Exiting diagnostics mode ........................................................................................................................24
5.3
Diagnostics phases.................................................................................................................................25
6 ALARMS ........................................................................................................................................................27
6.1
Displaying the alarms to the user ...........................................................................................................27
6.2
Reading the alarm codes........................................................................................................................27
6.2.1
Displaying the alarm ........................................................................................................................28
6.2.2
Examples of alarm display...............................................................................................................28
6.2.3
Operation of alarms during diagnostics...........................................................................................28
6.3
Rapid reading of alarm codes.................................................................................................................29
6.4
Cancelling the last alarm ........................................................................................................................29
7 OPERATING TIME COUNTER .....................................................................................................................30
7.1.1
Reading of operating time ...............................................................................................................30
7.1.2
Display of total operating time with LEDs........................................................................................30
8 WASHING PROGRAMMES AND OPTIONS WM .........................................................................................31
8.1
Options (for appliances EWM 21xx with universal motor)......................................................................31
8.2
Options (for appliances EWM 25xx with asynchronous motor and inverter)..........................................32
9 DRYING PROGRAMMES AND WD OPTIONS.............................................................................................34
9.1
EWM21xx & 25xx ...................................................................................................................................34
9.2
Description of options .............................................................................................................................36
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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS ............................................................................................................38
10.1
Control system memory ......................................................................................................................38
10.1.1 General structure of the memory system ........................................................................................38
10.1.2 FLASH .............................................................................................................................................38
10.1.3 RAM.................................................................................................................................................39
10.2
Door interlock ......................................................................................................................................40
10.2.1 Voltmetric interlock with PTC...........................................................................................................40
10.2.1.1 Operating principle ...................................................................................................................40
10.2.2 Instantaneous door interlock ...........................................................................................................41
10.2.2.1 Operating principle ...................................................................................................................41
10.2.2.2 Conditions required for opening the door.................................................................................41
10.2.2.3 Automatic unlock ......................................................................................................................41
10.3
Water fill system..................................................................................................................................42
10.3.1 Flow meter .......................................................................................................................................42
10.3.2 Operating principle of flow meter.....................................................................................................43
10.4
Analogue pressure switch of water level control in the tub.................................................................44
10.5
11.5 Drain pump..................................................................................................................................44
10.5
11.5 Drain pump..................................................................................................................................45
10.6
Recirculation pump (if featured) ..........................................................................................................45
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Heating ................................................................................................................................................46
10.8
Temperature sensor............................................................................................................................46
10.9
Universal motor (EWM 21xx) ..............................................................................................................47
10.9.1 Power supply to motor.....................................................................................................................47
10.10 Three-phase asynchronous motor (EWM25xx) ..................................................................................47
10.10.1
Power supply to motor .................................................................................................................47
10.11 Anti-foam control system.....................................................................................................................48
10.12 “FUCS” (Fast Unbalance Control System)..........................................................................................49
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DRYING CIRCUIT ......................................................................................................................................51
11.1
Temperature control............................................................................................................................52
Calculating the drying time:............................................................................................................................52
11.2
Table of alarm codes...........................................................................................................................53
11.3
Diagram WM with UNIVERSAL MOTOR EWM 21xx .........................................................................57
11.4
Diagram WM with THREE-PHASE ASYNCHRONOUS MOTOR EWM 25xx ....................................59
11.5
Diagram WD with UNIVERSAL MOTOR EWM 21xx..........................................................................61
11.6
Diagram WD with THREE-PHASE ASYNCHRONOUS MOTOR EWM 25xx ....................................63
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ACCESSIBILITY TO THE ELECTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM ...............................................................65
12.1
WM Version.........................................................................................................................................65
12.1.1 Work top ..........................................................................................................................................65
12.1.2 Control panel ...................................................................................................................................65
12.2
WD VERSION .....................................................................................................................................67
12.2.1 Work top ..........................................................................................................................................67
12.2.2 Control panel ...................................................................................................................................67
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1 Purpose of this manual
The purpose of this manual is to provide service engineers who are already familiar with the repair procedures
for traditional washing machines with information regarding appliances fitted with the ENV06 electronic control
system and produced in Porcia (Italy) and Olawa (Poland).
The characteristic of the ENV06 electronic control system is to use only an electronic pressure switch to check
the various water levels in the tub (with the elimination of the mechanical pressure switches: anti-overflow, antiboiling, 1st-2nd level), and a new heater with two thermal fuses which interrupt if the temperature degree
overcomes the values by which they are calibrated.
The following are described:
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general characteristics
control panel and washing programmes
technical and functional characteristics
access to the electronic control system
For detailed information concerning hydraulic circuit, structural characteristics of the appliances and
accessibility, please refer to Service Manual:
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Publication no. 599 37 67-82 – washing machines with HEC-ARCHED cabinet.
Identification table between styling (SERIES 6 / 7) and functionality (EWM 21xx/25xx)
EWM 21xx
Styling
SERIES
6
Washing type
• Traditional with ECO-BALL
• Jet-System
SERIES
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EWM 25xx
Motor
Universal
Washing type
• Traditional with ECO-BALL
• Jet-System
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• Traditional with ECO-BALL
• Jet-System
Motor
Three-phase
asynchronous
with Inverter
Three-phase
asynchronous
with Inverter
2 PRECAUTIONS
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Electrical appliances must be serviced only by qualified Service Engineers.
Always remove the plug from the power socket before touching internal
components.
In case of replacement of the heater, replace it with one with the same
characteristics in order not to compromise the safety of the appliance.
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3 SERIES 6
3.1
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
The ENV060 electronic control system consists of a
single PCB, which incorporates the power, control and
display (where the LCD is connected) functions. The
programme selector is incorporated in the board.
The PCB is mounted on a casing fitted to the control
panel.
3.1.1
General characteristics WM
Version
SERIES 6
Version
SERIES 6 Special
Number of buttons
Number of LEDs
Programme selector
Serial port
Power supply
Type of washing
Rinsing system
Motor
Spin speed
Anti-unbalancing system
Water fill
Detergent drawer
Control of water level in the
tub
Door safety device
Power of heating element
Temperature control
Buzzer
Sensors
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Max. 7 (6 options + start/pause)
Max. 12 + LCD
21 positions with main switch (incorporated in the PCB )
DAAS-EAP communications protocol up to 115.200 baud
220/240V
50/60 Hz (configurable)
Traditional with “eco-ball” sphere
Jet-system
Traditional with “eco-ball” sphere
Jet-system
Collector, with tachometric generator
Two-pole asynchronous, with three-phase tachometric generator
(with Inverter)
1000 ÷ 1600 rpm
FUCS
1 solenoid valve with 1 inlet – 2/3 outlets
3/4 compartments: prewash/stains, wash, conditioners
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Electronic/analogue pressure switch
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Traditional (with PTC)
Instantaneous
1950W with thermal fuses incorporated
NTC sensor incorporated in the heater
Traditional incorporated in the electronic board
Water fill gauge (flowmeter)
Aqua control
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3.1.2
General characteristics WD
Version
SERIES 6
Version
SERIES 6 Special
Number of buttons
Number of LEDs
Programme selector
Serial port
Power supply
Type of washing
Rinsing system
Motor
Spin speed
Anti-unbalancing system
Water fill
Detergent drawer
Control of water level in the
tub
Door safety device
Power of heating element
washing
Power of heating element
drying
Washing temperature control
Drying temperature control
Buzzer
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Max. 7 (6 options + start/pause)
Max. 14 + LCD
25 positions with main switch (incorporated in the PCB )
DAAS-EAP communications protocol up to 115.200 baud
220/240V
50/60 Hz (configurable)
Traditional with “eco-ball” sphere
Jet-system
Traditional with “eco-ball” sphere
Jet-system
Collector, with tachometric generator
Two-pole asynchronous, with three-phase tachometric generator
(with Inverter)
1000 ÷ 1600 rpm
FUCS
1 solenoid valve with 1 inlet – 2/3 outlets
3 compartments: prewash/stains, wash, conditioners
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Electronic/analogue pressure switch
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Traditional (with PTC)
Instantaneous
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1950W with thermal fuses incorporated
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1840W (920+920)
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NTC sensor incorporated in the heater
NTC sensor
Thermostats
Traditional incorporated in the electronic board
Water fill gauge (flowmeter)
Aqua control
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3.2
CONTROL PANEL
3.2.1
Styling SERIES 6
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max. 7 buttons
21-position programme selector
LEDs 14 for WM and LEDs 16 for WD
LCD
Version WM
SERIES
6 Special
SERIES
6
The two versions differ for the background colour of the LCD: one black, the other white.
Version WD
SERIES
6 Special
SERIES
6
The two versions differ for the background colour of the LCD: one black, the other white.
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Dispositions of LEDs and buttons
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3.2.2
Configuration of control panel
VERSION WM
VERSION WD
The washing programmes, the functions of the selector knob and the various pushbuttons vary
according to the model, since these are determined by the configuration of the appliance.
3.2.3 Programme selector (S1)
The selector features 25 positions and incorporates the ON/OFF
switch. The various positions of the selector may be configured to
perform different washing programmes (ex: water level, drum
movement, no. of rinses and the washing temperature to be selected
according to the type of clothes). It can be turned both clockwise and
anti-clockwise.
In the first position, the appliance is switched off and the current
programme is cancelled.
For each programme, the compatible options and other parameters are
defined.
3.2.4
Programme configuration
The table below lists the parameters that can be used to define the washing programmes.
Types of fabric
Special programmes
Temperature
Spin
Options (Normal / Possible)
Programme phases
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Cotton/linen, Synthetic fabrics, Delicates, Wool, Hand-wash,
Shoes, Jeans, Duvet, Silk.
Soak, Miniprogramme, Easy-Iron, Conditioner, Rinses, Delicate
rinses, Drain, Delicate spin, Spin, Drying.
Determined by the chosen programme.
It can be selected with the “Spin” button.
Rinse Hold, Night-time cycle, Pre-wash, Stains, Sensitive, Extra
rinse, Easy-Iron, Economy (energy label), Intensive, Normal,
Daily, Short, Very short, Reduced spin speed, No spin.
Pre-wash, Wash, Rinses, Spin, Delayed start, Drying.
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3.2.5
Pushbuttons – LEDs and LCD
The functions of each button are defined by the configuration of the appliance.
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Button no. 1: this button is related to LEDs (L1÷L5) and pressing it
sequentially the spin speed varies from max., to no spin or rinse hold.
WM
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WD
Button no. 2: this button is configurable:
in WM versions is related to LED (L10),
while
in WD versions is related to LEDs L6-L8-L10.
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Button no. 3: this button is configurable and is related to LED (L11).
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Button no. 4: this button is configurable and is related to LED (L14).
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Button no. 5: this button is configurable and is related to LED (L15).
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Button no. 6: this button is configurable and has the function of
START/PAUSE and is related to LEDs 20-21.
Two LEDs, one yellow that flashes in case of alarm and one red:
> that flashes when the appliance is in pause, in selection, or in
combination with the yellow one to indicate the alarm code.
> remains lit during the cycle execution.
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Button no. 7: this button is configurable, has the function of
DELAYED START. During the cycle selection phase, it is possible
to select a delayed start from 30’ to 20 hours (30’ " 60’ " 90’ "
2h "3h… "20h "0h) and the time displayed in the LCD, during
the last hour, the time decreases minute by minute.
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LED wash phase indicators:
The LEDs L16, L17, L18 are configurable and are used as indicators of the wash phases.
Pre-wash
Wash
Pre-wash/Wash
Rinses
Spin
Rinses / Spin
Drain
Extra rinse
Rinse-hold
Current cycle
End of cycle
Door locked
Child lock
Drying
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Indications
Lights during selection mode if the programme includes the pre-wash phase,
and during the execution of the pre-wash
Lights during selection mode if the programme includes the wash phase, and
during the execution of the wash
Lights during selection mode if the programme includes the pre-wash or wash
phases, and during the execution of these phases
Lights during selection mode if the programme includes rinse phases, and
during the execution of the rinses
Lights during selection mode if the programme includes the spin phase, and
during the execution of the spin
Lights during selection mode if the programme includes rinses and spin and
during the execution of these phases
Lights during selection mode if the programme includes the drain phase, and
during the execution of the drain
Lights when this option has been memorized (if included in the cycle)
Lights if the programme includes the rinse-hold option and at the end of the
cycle, when the appliance stops with water in the tub
Lights during selection mode
Lights during execution of the cycle and switches off during the drain phase if
selected
Lights when the programme has been completed
Lights when the door lock prevents opening of the door, and switches off when
the door can be opened. Flashes when the interlock is about to release the
door (may be seen if PTC devices are used, as these require one or two
minutes before releasing the lock)
Lights when the child safety is on and all buttons are deactivated
Lights during selection mode if the programme includes the drain phase and
during the execution of this phase
LCD
The following information appear on the LCD:
ª The duration of the washing programme, which appears after
having selected it. This time corresponds to that necessary for the
maximum wash load for each programme type. After starting the
programme the time decreases minute by minute.
ª The end of the programme is indicated by three zero flashing (when
it is possible to open the door).
ª The stop of the appliance with water in tub, after the programmes
with RINSE HOLD option, is displayed by one zero flashing. The LED
that indicates the door remains lit and the LED of the START/PAUSE
button switches off.
ª The anti-crease phase at the end of the drying cycle is displayed by
one zero flashing.
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ª - The delayed start, selected through the relative button. After
pressing the START/PAUSE button the countdown starts and the delay
time decreases hour by hour. In the last 2 hours it diminishes by 30
min. and in the last hour minute by minute.
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- The padlock: when is on, it indicates that all the buttons are
disabled to prevent the children from modifying, starting or pausing
the cycle.
To disable this function it is necessary to push a key combination.
(See User Manual).
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- Wrong choice of an option is displayed by Err, when a function not
compatible with the chosen programme is selected.
The wrong selection is also signalled by an acoustic alarm (if activated).
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- An alarm code indicates an error of the appliance operation.
Simultaneously to the displaying of the code, in the display the yellow
LED above the START/PAUSE button flashes.
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Buzzer (configurable)
→ A “beep” when the programmes are selected, an option, when the START/PAUSE button is pressed to start
or pause the cycle.
→ Three “beeps” when an option not compatible with the selected programme is chosen, or when a button is
pressed or the knob turned during a cycle.
→ A particular sequence of “beeps” for a two-minute duration when the cycle has terminated.
→ A particular sequence of three “beeps”, to signal a malfunctioning of the appliance.
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SERIES 7
4.1
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
The ENV060 electronic control system consists of a
single PCB, which incorporates the power, control
and display (where the LCD display is connected)
functions and the programme selector is
incorporated in the board.
The PCB is mounted on a casing fitted to the control
panel.
4.1.1
General Characteristics WM
Version
SERIES 7
Version
SERIES 7 Special
Number of buttons
Number of LEDs
Programme selector
Serial port
Power supply
Type of washing
Rinsing system
Motor
Spin speed
Anti-unbalancing system
Water fill
Detergent drawer
Control of water level in the
tub
Door safety device
Power of heating element
Temperature control
Buzzer
Sensors
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Max. 7 (6 options + 1 start/pause)
Max. 12 + LCD display
21 positions with main switch (incorporated in the PCB )
DAAS-EAP communications protocol up to 115.200 baud
220/240V
50/60 Hz (configurable)
Traditional with “eco-ball” sphere
Jet-system
Traditional with “eco-ball” sphere
Jet-system
Collector, with tachometric generator
Two-pole asynchronous, with three-phase tachometric generator (with
Inverter)
1200 ÷ 1600 g/’
FUCS
1 solenoid valve with 1 inlet – 2/3 outlets
3/4 compartments: prewash, wash, conditioners, (bleach)
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Electronic/analogue pressure switch
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Traditional (with PTC)
Instantaneous
1950W with thermal fuse incorporated
NTC sensor incorporated in the heater
Traditional incorporated in the electronic board
Water fill gauge (flowmeter)
Aqua control
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4.1.2
General Characteristics WD
Version
SERIES 7
Number of buttons
Number of LEDs
Programme selector
Serial port
Power supply
Type of washing
Rinsing system
Motor
Spin speed
Anti-unbalancing system
Water fill
Detergent drawer
Control of water level in the
tub
Door safety device
Power of heating element
washing
Power of heating element
drying
Temperature control washing
Temperature control drying
Buzzer
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Max. 7 (6 options + 1 start/pause)
Max. 1 + LCD display
25 positions with main switch (incorporated in the PCB )
DAAS-EAP communications protocol up to 115.200 baud
220/240V
50/60 Hz (configurable)
Traditional with “eco-ball” sphere
Jet-system
Traditional with “eco-ball” sphere
Jet-system
Two-pole asynchronous, with three-phase tachometric generator (with
Inverter)
1200 ÷ 1600 rpm
FUCS
1 solenoid valve with 1 inlet – 2/3 outlets
3/4 compartments: prewash, wash, conditioners, (bleach)
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Electronic/analogue pressure switch
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Traditional (with PTC)
Instantaneous
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1950W with thermal fuse incorporated
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1840W (920+920)
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NTC sensor incorporated in the heater
NTC sensor
Thermostats
Traditional incorporated in the electronic board
Water fill gauge (flowmeter)
Aqua control
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4.2
CONTROL PANEL
4.2.1
Styling SERIES 7
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max. 7 buttons
25-position programme selector
14 LEDs
LCD display
Version WM
SERIES 7
Special
SERIES 7
The two versions differ for the size of the LCD: in the Low version, the displaying of the choice of the options is
performed through the lighting of the LEDs.
Version WD
SERIES 7
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Disposition of the LEDs and of the buttons in the display board
Version Series 7 Special WM
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4.2.2
Configuration of control panel
SERIES 7
Special
WM
WD
SERIES 7
WM
The washing programmes, the functions of the selector knob and the various pushbuttons vary
according to the model, since these are determined by the configuration of the appliance.
4.2.3 Programme selector (S1)
The selector features 25 positions and incorporates the ON/OFF switch.
The various positions of the selector may be configured to perform
different washing programmes (ex: water level, drum movement, no. of
rinses and the washing temperature to be selected according to the type
of clothes) and can be turned both clockwise and anti-clockwise.
In the first position, the appliance is switched off and the current
programme is cancelled.
For each programme, the compatible options and other parameters are defined.
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Programme configuration
The table below lists the parameters that can be used to define the washing programmes.
Types of fabric
Special programmes
Temperature
Spin
Options (Normal /
Possible)
Programme phases
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Cotton/linen, Synthetic fabrics, Delicates, Wool, Hand-wash, Shoes,
Jeans, Duvet, Silk.
Soak, Miniprogramme, Easy-Iron, Conditioner, Rinses, Delicate
rinses, Drain, Delicate spin, Spin.
Normal, Maximum: the initial temperature is the maximum that can be
selected for a specific washing programme.
Normal, Minimum, Maximum.
Rinse Hold, Night-time cycle, Pre-wash, Stains, Sensitive, Extra
rinse, Easy-Iron, Economy (energy label), Intensive, Normal, Daily,
Short, Very short, Reduced spin speed, No spin.
Pre-wash, Wash, Rinses, Spin, Delayed start, Drying.
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4.2.4
Pushbuttons and LCD SERIES 7 Special
The functions of each button are defined by the configuration of the appliance.
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Button no. 1: this button is related to LEDs (L1÷L5) and pressing it
sequentially the spin speed varies from max., to no spin or rinse hold.
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Button no. 2: this button is configurable and is related to LED (L10).
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Button no. 3: this button is configurable and is related to LED (L11).
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Button no. 4: this button is configurable and is related to LE (L14).
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Button no. 5: this button is configurable and is related to LE (L15).
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Button no. 6: this button is configurable and has the function of
START/PAUSE and is related to LEDs 20-21.
Two LEDs, one yellow that flashes in case of alarm and one red:
> that flashes when the appliance is in pause, in selection, or in
combination with the yellow one to indicate the alarm code.
> remains lit during the cycle execution.
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Button no. 7: this button is configurable, has the function of
DELAYED START. During the cycle selection phase, it is possible to
select a delayed start from 30’ to 20 hours (30’ " 60’ " 90’ " 2h
"3h… "20h "0h) and the time displayed in the LCD, during the last
hour, the time decreases minute by minute.
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Indicator LEDs:
The LEDs L16, L17 can be configured.
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LCD
The following information appear on the LCD:
ª The duration of the washing programme, which appears after
having selected it. This time corresponds to that necessary for the
maximum wash load for each programme type. After starting the
programme the time decreases (and updates) minute by minute.
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Washing phases
Pre-wash
Washing
Drain
Spin
ª - The end of the programme is indicated by one zero flashing.
ª - The stop of the appliance with water in tub, after the programmes
with RINSE HOLD option, is displayed by one zero flashing. The key
indicates that the door is locked and the LED of the START/PAUSE
button switches off.
ª The padlock: when is on, it indicates that all the buttons are disabled
to prevent the children from modifying, starting or pausing the cycle.
To disable this function it is necessary to push a key combination.
(See User Manual).
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ª Wrong choice of an option is displayed by Err, when a function not
compatible with the chosen programme is selected.
The wrong selection is also signalled by an acoustic alarm (if activated).
ª An alarm code indicates an error of the appliance operation.
Simultaneously to the displaying of the code, the START/PAUSE
flashes.
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Buzzer
See page12.
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Pushbuttons and LCD Version WM Series 7
The functions of each button are defined by the configuration of the appliance.
•
Button no. 1: TEMPERATURE
The programme shows the base temperature, but pushing
the button it is possible to modify it from a max. to a min.
(allowed by the programme) and it is represented by the
number of bars displayed and by the 2 digits.
The star symbol appears when the cold cycle is selected.
•
Button no. 2: SPIN
The programme shows the maximum spin, but pushing the
button, it is possible to vary the speed up to 400 rpm
(represented by the number of bars displayed and by the 4
digits).
When the NIGHT CYCLE or RINSE HOLD is selected, the
relative symbols light up (no value relative to the bars or
the digits appears). At the end of the cycle the RINSE
HOLD button flashes.
•
Button no. 3: OPTIONS
Configurable button: the available options for this button
are:
−Pre-wash (it can be configured also as programme)
−Stains
−Sensitive
−Extra-rinse
•
Button no. 4: OK
−Configurable button: it confirms the chosen options.
•
Button no. 5: TIME SAVE
−Configurable button, the “TIME SAVE” function
reduces the washing time.
• Button no. 6: START/PAUSE
This button is configurable and it is combined to LEDs 20-21.
Two LEDs, one yellow that flashes in case of alarm and one red:
> that flashes when the appliance is in pause, or in combination with the
yellow one to indicate the alarm code.
> remains lit during the cycle execution.
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Button no. 7: this button is configurable and has the
function of DELAYED START. During the programme
setting phase, it is possible to select a delayed start
from 30’ to 20 hours (30’ " 60’ " 90’ " 2h "3h…
"20h "0h) and the time is displayed in the LCD,
during the last hour the time decreases every minute.
ª Padlock
See page 12
ª Washing phases
Pre-wash, wash, rinses, drain and spin light up during the
selection phase if the programme includes these phases,
during and after the execution of the phase.
The bar under the symbol flashes when the relative phase
is being executed.
The symbols of the phases to execute remain off.
Pre-wash lights up when it is configured as an option and
selected with the relative button.
ª Door closure
Lights up when the door is locked
Switches off when the door is not locked.
Flashes when the door is being unlocked (it is evident
above all in the models with PTC safety device).
ª Duration of the cycle
Displaying of the time to end of the selected programme.
ª Overdosing
Lights up when the cycle is ended to indicate that there
has been an overdosing of detergent.
• Buzzer
See page 12.
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4.2.5
•
Pushbuttons and LCD Version WD Series 7
Button no. 1: SPIN
The programme shows the maximum spin, but pushing the
button, it is possible to vary the speed up 400 rpm
(represented by the number of bars displayed and by the 4
digits).
When the NIGHT CYCLE or RINSE HOLD is selected,
the relative symbols light up (no value relative to the
bars or the digits appears). At the end of the cycle the
symbol RINSE HOLD flashes.
•
Button no. 2: AUTOMATIC DRYING
Pushing button 2 it is possible to choose one of the
three levels of drying:
IRON
CUPBOARD
EXTRA
•
Button no. 3: TIME DRYING
During the selection phase, pushing this button the “time
drying” is selected and simultaneously the writing AUTO
appears. For 3” the symbol and the duration of the drying
time (right bottom) are displayed, and then the whole time
of the washing programme.
The time is displayed in hours and minutes and is updated
every minute.
The max. duration is 130 minutes.
•
Button no. 4: OPTIONS
Configurable button, the available options are:
Pre-wash, Stains, Sensitive, Short, Super short can be
selected for each programme.
•
Button no. 5: OK
Configurable button: it confirms the chosen options.
• Button no. 6: START/PAUSE
This button is configurable and it is combined to LEDs 20-21.
Two LEDs, one yellow that flashes in case of alarm and one red:
> that flashes when the appliance is in pause, in selection, or in
combination with the yellow one to indicate the alarm code.
> remains lit during the cycle execution.
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Button no. 7: this button is configurable and has the
function of DELAYED START. During the programme
setting phase, it is possible to select a delayed start
from 30’ to 20 hours (30’ " 60’ " 90’ " 2h "3h…
"20h "0h) and the time is displayed in the LCD,
during the last hour the time decreases every minute.
ª Padlock
See page 12.
ª Washing phases
Pre-wash, wash, rinses, drain and spin light up during the
selection phase if the programme includes these phases,
during and after the execution of the phase.
The bar under the symbol flashes when the relative phase
is being executed.
The symbols of the phases to execute remain off.
Pre-wash lights up when it is configured as an option and
selected with the relative button.
ª
Programme duration
After selecting the programme, the time is displayed in hours
and minutes. The duration is calculated on the basis of the
maximum load of the selected programme.
The time that remains to end the programme is updated every
minute.
ª Door closure
Lights up when the door is locked.
Switches off when the door is not locked.
Flashes when the door is being unlocked (it is evident
above all in the models with PTC safety device).
• Buzzer
See page 12.
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4.2.6
DEMO MODE SETTING
SERIES 6 WM/WD - SERIES 7 Special WM
SERIES 7 WM/WD
1. Switch off the appliance.
2. Press and hold down START/PAUSE button and the nearest option button simultaneously (as
represented in figure).
3. Holding down both buttons, switch the appliance on by turning the programme selector by three
positions clockwise.
4. Hold the buttons down till “dEM” flashes for a short time.
4.3
Exiting DEMO mode
To exit the demo cycle, switch the appliance off (programme selector in off/cancel position).
5 DIAGNOSTICS SYSTEM
5.1
Access to diagnostics mode
SERIES 6 WM/WD - SERIES 7 Special WM
SERIES 7 WM/WD
1. Switch off the appliance.
2. Press and hold down START/PAUSE button and the nearest option button (as represented in figure).
3. Holding down both buttons, switch the appliance on by turning the programme selector by one position
clockwise.
4. Continue to hold down the buttons till the LEDs and the symbols begin to flash (at least 2 seconds).
In the first position, the operation of the buttons and the relative LEDs is checked; turning the selector knob
clockwise the diagnostics cycle for the operation of the various components and the alarm reading is
activated.
5.2
Exiting diagnostics mode
→ To exit the diagnostics cycle, switch the appliance off, then on, and then off again.
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5.3
Diagnostics phases
Irrespective of the type of PCB and the configuration of the programme selector it is possible, after entering diagnostics mode,
to perform diagnostics on the operation of the various components and to read the alarms by turning the programme selector
clockwise. All the alarms are enabled during the diagnostics cycle.
Selector position
Components actioned
- All the LEDs and symbols light
in sequence.
- When a button is pressed, the
corresponding LED or symbol
light.
1
Operating conditions
Always activated
Function
checked
LCD
Operation of the
user interface
Door locked
Water level below antiflooding level
Maximum time 5 minutes
Water ducted
through washing
compartment
Displays the water
level in tub
3
- Door interlock
- Pre-wash solenoid
Door locked
Water level below antiflooding level
Maximum time 5 minutes
Water ducted
through pre-wash
compartment
(bleach)
Displays the water
level in tub
4
- Door interlock
- Pre-wash and wash solenoids
Door locked
Water level below antiflooding level
Maximum time 5 minutes
Water ducted
through conditioner
compartment
Displays the water
level in tub
5
- Door interlock
- Bleach/stains solenoids
Door locked
Water level below antiflooding level
Maximum time 5 minutes
Water ducted
through
conditioner/stains
compartments
Displays the water
level in tub
6
- Door interlock
- Wash solenoid if the level of
water in the tub does not cover
the heater
- Heating element
- Recirculation pump
Door locked
Water level above the
heater
Maximum time 10 minutes
or up to 90°C (*)
Heating
Recirculation
Wash water
temperature
7
- Door interlock
- Wash solenoid if the level of
water in the tub does not cover
the heater
- Motor (55 rpm clockwise, 55
rpm counter-clockwise, 250
rpm impulse)
Door locked
Water level above the
heater
Check for leaks
from the tub
Displays the drum
speed (the real
value divided by
ten)
8
- Door interlock
- Drain pump
- Motor up to 650 rpm then at
maximum spin speed
Door locked
Water level lower than
anti-boiling level for
spinning
Drain and spin;
control of
congruence in
closure of level
pressure switches
Displays the drum
speed (the real
value divided by
ten)
9
- Door interlock
- Drain pump
- Motor fan
- Condensation solenoid valve
- Drying heater
Door locked
Water level lower than
anti-boiling level
Drying
- Door interlock
2
- Wash solenoid
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Displays the air
temperature
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10
- Reading/Cancellation of the last
alarm
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(*) In most cases, this time is sufficient to check the heating. However, the time can be increased by repeating the phase without draining the
water: pass for a moment to a different phase of the diagnostics cycle and then back to the heating control phase (if the temperature is higher
than 80°C, heating does not take place).
(**) The check at the maximum speed occurs without control of the FUCS and no clothes have to be inserted inside the appliance.
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6 ALARMS
6.1
Displaying the alarms to the user
The alarms are displayed by the flashing of the yellow LED placed above the START/PAUSE button and
simultaneously through the LCD.
The alarms displayed to the user are listed below:
ª E10 - Water fill difficulty (closed tap)
ª E20 - Drain difficulty (dirty filter)
ª E40 - Door open
They are represented through the flashing of the yellow LED above the STARTPAUSE button and can be solved directly by the end user.
The alarms listed below, instead:
ª EF0 – Water leakage (Aqua Control System)
ª EH0 – Voltage or frequency out of the normal values
are displayed to the user, but for their solution it is necessary the intervention of the Service.
The alarms are enabled during the execution of the washing programme, with the exception of alarms
associated with configuration and the power supply (voltage/frequency), which are also displayed
during the programme selection phase.
The door can normally be opened (except where specified) when an alarm condition has occurred on condition
that:
• The level of the water in the tub is below a certain level
• Water temperature lower than 55°C
• Motor stopped
Certain alarm conditions require that a drain phase be performed before the door can be opened for safety
reasons:
•
•
6.2
Cooling water fill if the temperature is higher than 65°C
Drain until the analogue pressure switch is on empty, during a max. 3-minute time.
Reading the alarm codes
It is possible to display the last three memorised alarms in the FLASH memory of
the electronic board:
• Enter diagnostics mode (par. 6.1).
• Irrespective of the type of PCB and configuration, turn the programme selector
clockwise to the tenth position.
•
•
The last alarm is displayed.
To display the previous alarms, press sequentially the left button of the
START/PAUSE button (as represented in figure).
SERIES 6 WM/WD - SERIES 7 Special WM
•
SERIES 7 WM/WD
To return to the last alarm, press the START/PAUSE button.
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6.2.1 Displaying the alarm
The alarm is displayed by a repeated flashing sequence of the START / PAUSE
button with yellow and red light (0,5 seconds on, 0,5 seconds off with a 2,5 second
pause between the sequences).
• button indicator START / PAUSE with yellow light → indicates the first digit of the
alarm code (family)
• button indicator START / PAUSE with red light → indicates the second digit of
the alarm code (internal number of the family)
These two LEDs are featured in all models.
Notes:
• The first letter of the alarm code “E” (Error) is not displayed, since this letter is common to all alarm codes.
• The alarm code “families” are shown in hexadecimal; in other words:
→ A is represented by 10 flashes
→ B is represented by 11 flashes
→ ...
→ F is represented by 15 flashes
6.2.2 Examples of alarm display
Example: Alarm E43 (problems with the door interlock Triac) will display the following:
•
•
the sequence of four flashes of the START / PAUSE button with yellow light, indicates the first number E43;
the sequence of three flashes of the START / PAUSE button with red light, indicates the second number
E43;
START / PAUSE button with yellow light
ON / OFF
Time (Sec.)
Value
START / PAUSE button with red light
Time
Value
ON / OFF
(Sec.)
0.5
0.5
1
1
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
2
2
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
3
3
0.5
0.5
0.5
4
2.5
0.5
1.5
Pause
Pause
6.2.3 Operation of alarms during diagnostics
All alarms are enabled during the components diagnostics phase.
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6.3
Rapid reading of alarm codes
The last three alarm codes can be displayed even if the programme selector is not in the tenth position
(diagnostics) or if the appliance is in normal operating mode (e.g. during the execution of the washing
programme):
→ Press and hold down START/PAUSE and the nearest option button (as to enter the DIAGNOSTICS),
for at least two seconds: the LEDs initially switch off, and then display the flashing sequence indicating
the last alarm.
→ To display the previous alarms press the left button of the START/PAUSE button sequentially.
→ To return to the last alarm, press the START/PAUSE button.
→ The alarm sequence continues as long as the two buttons are held down.
→ The alarm reading system is as described in paragraph 7.2.
→ While the alarms are displayed, the appliance continues to perform the cycle or, if in the programme
selection phase, maintains the previously-selected options in memory.
6.4
Cancelling the last alarm
It is good practice to cancel the last alarm:
•
after reading the alarm code, to check whether the alarm re-occurs during diagnostics;
•
after repairing the appliance, to check whether it re-occurs during testing.
SERIES 6 WM/WD - SERIES 7 Special WM
SERIES 7 WM/WD
1. Select diagnostics mode and turn the programme selector to the tenth position (reading of alarms).
2. Press and hold down START/PAUSE and the nearest option button (as represented in figure).
3. Hold down the buttons till the LEDs stop to flash the LCD display shows “E00” (at least 5 seconds).
N.B. With this operation all the memorised alarms are deleted.
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7 OPERATING TIME COUNTER
Using a specific procedure, the operator can display the total operating time for the appliance, which is counted
from the moment it is first switched on.
This option is available only on models equipped with a display. The unit can count up to a maximum of 6550
hours of operating time.
ƒ Only the operating time of normal programmes (and not diagnostic programmes) is counted
ƒ The actual operating time for the cycle is counted (which does not include pauses, delayed start time, time
of a stop with water in the drum, and soaking phases)
ƒ The precision of the counter is 30 seconds per programme
ƒ Only whole hours of operation are counted (1 hr and 59 min = 1 hr)
7.1.1
Reading of operating time
SERIES 6 WM/WD - SERIES 7 Special WM
SERIES 7 WM/WD
1. Switch off the appliance.
2. Press the START/PAUSE button and the nearest option button (see figure) simultaneously.
3. Holding the buttons down, switch on the appliance turning the programme selector of five
positions clockwise.
4. Hold the buttons down till the LCD or the display show the working hours (at least 5 seconds).
7.1.2
Display of total operating time with LEDs
This time is displayed two digits at a time. The first two digits indicate the thousands and hundreds. The
second two digits indicate the tens and units.
For example, if the operating time is 6550 hours, the display will show the following sequence:
Phase 1 →
Phase 2 →
Phase 3 →
The following digits are
The following digits are
displayed for the next two
displayed for two seconds:
Nothing is displayed for two
seconds:
Styling
ª thousands (6)
seconds
a. tens (5)
ª hundreds (5)
b. units (0)
SERIES
6
&
7 Special
SERIES
7
At the end of the phase 3 (after displaying the tens and units) the cycle repeats. To return to normal mode it is
possible to: switch the appliance off or press a button or turn the selector knob.
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8 WASHING PROGRAMMES AND OPTIONS WM
8.1
Options (for appliances EWM 21xx with universal motor)
The table below lists the possible options for the washing programmes, the compatibility of the various options
and with the cycle, and when it is possible to select or modify the options.
The options can be selected in three ways:
ƒ using the programme selector: in this case, the options are configured as special programmes;
ƒ using the pushbuttons.
OPTIONS
¾
¾
1800
0
0
Synthetic fabrics 1200
0
Delicates
1200
0
1200
0
Wool /
Hand-wash
Easy-iron
1200
0
Mini, Refresh
MIX. 40°-60°
Soak
Rinses
Rinses delicates
Drain
Spin
1200
1600
0
1600
1200
0
1600
0
0
0
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0
0
400
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Sensitive
Pre-wash
Wash
Rinses
Spin
Delay
Drying
X
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X
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Super Quick
X
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Quick
X
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Light
Daily
Cotton Economy
1800
0
X
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Normal
Compatibility with PROGRAMMES
Cotton with
prewash
1800
X
X
X
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X
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Intensive
Cotton
90°C
60°C
50°C
40°C
30°C
cold
90°C
60°C
50°C
40°C
30°C
cold
90°C
60°C
50°C
40°C
60°C
50°C
40°C
30°C
cold
40°C
30°C
cold
40°C
30°C
cold
60°C
50°C
40°C
30°C
cold
30°C
40°C
30°C
Economy (*)
Max. Min.
Easy-iron
Temp
.
Extra rinse
Spin speed
Rinse-hold
Night cycle
Pre-wash
Stains
Bleach
Phases
X
X
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(*) Economy
Cotton: 90°C = Eco 67°C; 60°C = Energy Label; 50°-40°C = Eco 40° C AA
Synthetics: 60-60°C = Eco 40°C
Option included in the programme and cannot be deleted
X
Option included in the programme, can be activated/deactivated through the option menu
X
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8.2
Options (for appliances EWM 25xx with asynchronous motor and inverter)
The table below lists the possible options for the washing programmes, the compatibility of the various options
and with the cycle, and when it is possible to select or modify the options.
The options can be selected in different ways:
ƒ using the programme selector: in this case, the options are configured as special programmes;
ƒ using the pushbutton.
1800
0
0
Synthetics
1200
0
Delicates
1200
0
1200
0
Wool /
Hand-wash
Easy-iron
1200
0
Duvet
800
400
Lingerie
1200
0
Silk
1200
0
Jeans
1200
0
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Phases
Pre-wash
Wash
Rinses
Spin
Delay
Drying
X
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Reduced spin speed
No spin
X
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Daily
Compatibility with PROGRAMMES
Cotton Economy
1800
0
X
X
X
X
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Normal
Cotton with
prewash
1800
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Intensive
Cotton
90°C
60°C
50°C
40°C
30°C
cold
90°C
60°C
50°C
40°C
30°C
cold
90°C
60°C
50°C
40°C
60°C
50°C
40°C
30°C
cold
40°C
30°C
cold
40°C
30°C
cold
60°C
50°C
40°C
30°C
cold
40°C
30°C
40°C
30°C
cold
30°C
cold
60°C
50°C
40°C
30°C
cold
Economy (*)
Max. Min.
Easy-iron
Temp
.
Sensitive
Extra rinse
Spin speed
Rinse-hold
Night cycle
Pre-wash
Stains
OPTIONS
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Compatibility with PROGRAMMES
Sport intensive
1200
0
Quick 20 min.
Mix. 40°-60°
1200
1800
0
0
Hygienize
1800
0
Curtains
1200
0
Viscose
1200
0
Sport
800
0
Short Intensive for
JET
1200
0
Short Intensive for
ECO
1200
0
Sanitise 60°
Rinses
Rinses delicates
Drain
Spin
Spin delicate
1800
1800
1200
0
1800
1200
0
0
0
0
400
400
40°C X X X
30°C X X X
cold X X X
30C
40°C X X X
90°C X X
60°C X X
50°C X X
40°C X X
40°C X X X
30°C X X X
cold X X X
40°C X X X
30°C X X X
cold X X X
40°C X
30°C X
cold X
60°C X
40°C X
60°C X
40°C X
X
60°C X
X X
X X
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X
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Phases
Pre-wash
Wash
Rinses
Spin
Delay
Drying
Reduced spin speed
No spin
Super Quick
Quick
Daily
Normal
Intensive
Economy (*)
Easy-iron
Max. Min.
Sensitive
Extra rinse
Spin speed Temp.
Rinse-hold
Night cycle
Pre-wash
Stains
OPTIONS
X
X
X
X X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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X X X X
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X
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X
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X
X
X X
X X
X
(*) Economy
¾
Cotton: 90°C = Eco 67°C; 60°C = Energy Label; 50°= Eco 48°C;40°C = Eco 44°C AA
¾
Synthetics: 60-60°C = Eco 40°C
Option included in the programme and cannot be deleted
X
Only for Jetsystem + Flowmeter
X
Option included in the programme, it can be activated/deactivated through the option menu
X
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9.1
EWM21xx & 25xx
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Temp.
90°C
60°C
50°C
40°C
30°C
cold
60°C
50°C
40°C
30°C
cold
X
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Max. time (minutes)
Max. Min.
Iron Dry
Spin speed
Extra-Dry
PROGRAMMES
Cuppboard-Dry
OPTIONS
130
130
130
130
130
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Phases in
which
selection or
modification
are possible
Light
Quick
Super Quick
Sensitive
Reduced spin speed
No spin
Half-load
Selection
Pre-wash
Wash
Rinses
Spin
Drying
Normal
Daily
Light
Quick
Super Quick
Sensitive
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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(*) (*)
X
(*)
X
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(*)
X
X
(*) (*)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Half-load
Intensive
X
X
X
No spin
Economy
X
X
X
X
X
X
Reduced spin speed
Easy-iron
X
X
Extra rinse
X
Bleach
Night cycle
X
Stains
Rinse-hold
Night cycle
Pre-wash
Stains
Bleach
Extra rinse
Easy-iron
Economy
Intensive
Normal
Daily
Pre-wash
Compatibility with OPTIONS
Rinse-hold
OPTIONS
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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(*) Prewash, Stains and Bleach are compatible depending on which detergent drawer is used.
The delayed start is compatible with all programmes, except for the drain; the max. time that can be selected is
20 hours
• The spin selection is available for all programmes except for the drain/soak.
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9.2
Description of options
• Rinse-hold
→ Stops the appliance with water in the tub before the final spin cycle.
→ To drain the water, reset the programme and then select a drain or spin cycle.
• Night cycle
→ Eliminates all spin phases and adds three rinses in COTTON cycles and two rinses in SYNTHETICS
cycles.
→ Stops the appliance with water in the tub before the final rinse.
→ Eliminates the buzzer (if configured).
→ To drain the water, reset the programme and then select a drain or spin cycle.
•
→
→
→
Pre-wash
Adds a pre-wash phase at the start of the cycle with water heating to 30°C (or cold, if selected).
In COTTON and SYNTHETICS cycles, performs a short spin before passing to the washing phase.
This option cannot be selected for WOOL and HAND-WASH cycles.
•
→
→
→
Stains
Adds a 5-minute motor movement phase after heating to 40°C.
Ducts water to the pre-wash/stains compartment in order to introduce the special stain-removal product.
This option cannot be selected for DELICATES, WOOL and HAND-WASH cycles.
• Bleach
→ Ducts water through the bleach compartment at the beginning of the first rinse in COTTON cycles.
• Economy / Energy label
→ Modifies the structure of the COTTON 40-60 and SYNTHETICS 50/60 programmes in order to reduce
energy consumption.
→ Reduces the washing temperature.
→ Increases the duration of the wash phase.
• Super-rinse
→ Adds two rinses in the COTTON, SYNTHETICS and DELICATES cycles.
→ Eliminates the intermediate spin cycles, with the exception of the final rinse, which is reduced to 450 rpm.
• Half-load
→ Eliminates one rinse in COTTON programmes.
• Easy-Iron
→ In COTTON programmes:
- adds three rinse cycles
- eliminates the intermediate spin cycles
- performs an impulse spin phase
- adds an “untangling” phase after the spin cycle
→ In SYNTHETICS cycles:
- reduces the heating temperature in 50/60° cycles to 40°C
- increases the washing time
- prolongs the cooling phase at the end of the washing phase
- adds one rinse
- adds an “untangling” phase after the impulse spin cycle
•
No spin
→ Eliminates all the spin phases.
→ If selected, three rinses are added in the COTTON cycle and one in the SYNTHETICS cycle.
• Intensive
→ Performs a specific intensive cycle.
• Daily
→ Modifies the structure of the COTTON - SYNTHETICS - DELICATES cycles to obtain a good washing
performance with a short time.
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• Light
→ Modifies the structure of the wash phase of the COTTON - SYNTHETICS - DELICATES cycles in a short
time.
• Short
→ Modifies the structure of the COTTON - SYNTHETICS - DELICATES cycles to obtain very short washing
times (optimized for reduced wash loads and very dirty).
→ Reduces the number of rinses (one rinse less).
→ Increases the water level of the other two rinses.
• Very short
→ Modifies the structure of the wash phase of the COTTON - SYNTHETICS - DELICATES cycles for half
load.
• Delayed-start time
→ Adds a pause before the start of the programme. The delay time is displayed on the corresponding LEDs
starting from a 2-hour till a 20-hour delay () 30’) 60’) 90’) 2h) 3h...) 20h) 0h).
→ To start the cycle immediately after selecting a delayed start:
press START/PAUSE, cancel the delay time by pressing the appropriate button, then press
START/PAUSE again.
• Electronic drying (WASHER-DRYERS – certain models only)
Three different degrees of drying can be selected for COTTON, and one for SYNTHETIC fabrics:
ª Extra-dry (cotton only)
ª Cupboard-dry (cotton and synthetics)
ª Iron dry (cotton only)
The appliance automatically calculates the drying time is selected using “fuzzy logic”.
The drying phase may be performed automatically (i.e. without interrupting the programme) if selected together
with a washing programme, or as a separate programme.
• “Drying time” button
This button is used to select the drying time for COTTON and SYNTHETIC cycles. The time increases by 5
minutes each time it is pressed (from 10 to 130 minutes).
→ The drying function can be selected for automatic execution after a washing cycle, or as a separate
programme.
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10 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
10.1
Control system memory
10.1.1 General structure of the memory system
The system features an EEPROM memory module, fitted externally to the microprocessor, which serves to
memorize the configuration data, the description of the cycle, the status of the appliance in the event of a power
failure, and the alarms.
Power Failure and
Machine status
μP
External serial
port
(asynchronous
FLASH
RAM
Configuration of
the appliance
Description
of the cycle
10.1.2 FLASH
This area memory contains the firmware code relative to the functions of the appliance:
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Control of electrical loads (motor, pump, solenoid valves etc.).
Control of the sensors (pressure switches, motor speed, door status etc.).
Control of the user interface
Control of the serial port
Control of power failure procedure and alarms
Execution of the washing programme
Power failure, i.e. the information necessary to restart the appliance in the event of a power failure:
- Selected cycle and options
- Current phase and sub-phase
Machine status, used to perform special cycles such as:
- Electrical test (used in the assembly line)
- Continuous cycles (used in the factory workshop)
Machine configuration: the data contained in the EEPROM define the characteristics of the model and are
interpreted by the function software. The variables are as follows:
- Type of appliance (front-loader, top-loader, compact)
- Type of door interlock (PTC or instantaneous)
- Anti-flooding safety device
- Transmission ratio between drum pulley and motor pulley
- Structure of the washing group
- Power supply frequency (50/60 Hz)
- Type of PCB (horizontal or vertical buttons)
- Detergent drawer (3 or 4 compartments)
- Final spin speed (600 – 1400 rpm)
Identification of the appliance:
- Prod. N.
- ELC
- Serial number
Configuration of the user interface:
- Programmes on main selector
- Function of secondary selector (if featured)
- Number and functions of buttons
- Functions of the LEDs
- Operation of the buzzer
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Ö Washing cycle tables: Each washing cycle consists of a series of phases (steps); the steps are the basic
instructions which comprise the description of the cycle, which is common to all appliances having the same
characteristics:
- Water fill
- Motor movement
- Reset
- Heating
- Drain
- Spin
- “IF” conditions (options, temperatures etc.)
Ö Configuration of the washing cycle: for each family of appliances, certain parameters associated with the
washing programme are defined:
- Operational limits (voltage/frequency)
- Transmission ratios
- Parameters for control of the signal from the tachometric generator
- Parameters for half-range operation of the motor
- Structure of the washing group
- Control parameters for the FUCS anti-unbalancing system
- Water fill control algorithm
- Alarm control system
- Sensor parameters (flowmeter etc…)
10.1.3 RAM
The RAM (Random-Access Memory) contains the variables, i.e. all the dynamic information used during
execution of the programme:
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Motor speed
Water temperature
Alarms
Cycle selected
Machine status
The RAM is cancelled when the power supply is disconnected (power failure or appliance switched off).
The contents of the RAM can be read using a computer connected via a DAAS interface.
The same system can be used to send commands to the electronic control unit such as:
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Select remote control mode
Action the various loads in remote mode
Select diagnostics mode
Select a cycle and options, and start the cycle
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10.2
Door interlock
There are two types of door interlock:
• voltmetric with PTC
• instantaneous
10.2.1 Voltmetric interlock with PTC
10 Suppressor
19 Door interlock
20 PCB
ON/OFF = Main switch (programme
selector)
10.2.1.1 Operating principle
ª When the washing programme is started by pressing the START/PAUSE button, the bi-metal PTC (contacts
3-5) is powered by the triac on the PCB: after 2 – 4 seconds, this closes the switch (5-4) which powers the
electrical components of the appliance (only if the door is closed).
ª The door interlock prevents aperture of the door while the appliance is in operation.
ª At the end of the washing programme, the PCB disconnects the interlock from the power supply, but the
door remains locked for 1 to 3 minutes (PTC cooling time).
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10.2.2 Instantaneous door interlock
•
With this safety device it is possible to open the door immediately after the end of the cycle.
9
Door interlock
19 Suppressor
20 PCB
ON/OFF = Main switch (programme
selector)
10.2.2.1 Operating principle
ª When the ON/OFF switch closes and the appliance is switched on, power is applied to the bimetallic
PTC switch (contact 4-2), but the door remains unlocked.
ª When the programme starts (Start/Pause button), the main board sends a 20 msec pulse to contacts 43 on the solenoid (at least 6 seconds must have passed since the appliance was switched on). This
locks the door and simultaneously closes the main switch (contacts 4-5), thus applying power to all
components on the appliance.
ª When the programme ends, the main board sends two additional 20 msec pulses (200 msec apart):
- the first pulse does not unlock the door
- the second pulse (which is sent only if the appliance is operating properly) unlocks the door lock
device and simultaneously opens the contacts on the main switch.
10.2.2.2 Conditions required for opening the door
ª Before pulses are sent to open the door, the main board checks for the following conditions:
- The drum must not be moving (no signal from the tachometric generator).
- The water level must not be higher than the bottom of the door.
- The water temperature must not exceed 40º C.
10.2.2.3 Automatic unlock
If a power failure occurs, if the appliance is shut off, or if the solenoid malfunctions, the bimetallic PTC will cool
down and the door will unlock in 1 - 4 minutes.
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10.3
Water fill system
The electric valves are powered by the PCB by means of the triac and the control of the water level in the tub is
carried out by the analogue pressure switch.
3
5
6
7
20
Analogue pressure switch
Prewash electric valve
Wash electric valve
Bleach electric valve
PCB
10.3.1 Flow meter
Some models of solenoid valves have a built-in flow sensor which measures the quantity of water in litres that is
loaded into the appliance.
If the sensor malfunctions, the water level is controlled by the analogue pressure switch.
Solenoid valve – exploded view
1-Circuit board
2-Turbine
3-Deflector
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4-Diffuser
5-Double filter
6- Reed switch
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10.3.2 Operating principle of flow meter
The main components of the flow sensor are:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Contact closed
Contact open
Signal 0
Signal 1
Turbine (with magnet and
counterweight mounted on the
outside)
Reed switch (normally open)
Magnet
Counterweight
Water entering the solenoid valve rotates the turbine (1) and magnet (3), which passes in front of the reed
switch (2), thus closing it. As this contact opens and closes, it generates pulses at a frequency that is a function
of water flow.
The turbine completes 230 revolutions for each litre of water. The operating range of the flow sensor is 0.2-10
bar.
Using the signal it receives, the microprocessor can calculate the number of litres of water passing through the
solenoid valve.
Mechanical jamming of solenoid valve
The solenoid valve may jam open without being actuated (which will cause flooding if the pressure switch
controlling the water level does not trip). If this occurs, the electronic control system (which continuously
monitors the flow sensor) will lock the door, start the drain pump and display an alarm.
Low water pressure
If the flow sensor does not generate a signal during water fill even though power is being applied to the solenoid
valve, the cause of this condition may be a closed water tap or clogged filter on the solenoid valve (with
consequent low water pressure). If this occurs, a warning will be displayed and the cycle will continue for five
minutes, after which time an alarm will be signalled.
The solenoid valve controlling residual condensed water operates during the drying phase on washer-dryers.
The alarm is deactivated because the amount of water fill is very small.
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10.4
Analogue pressure switch of water level control in the tub
General features
The electronic pressure switch is an analogue device that controls the water level in the tub, used in the models
with electronic control and it is directly connected to the main PCB.
Electronic circuit
ELECTRONIC PRESSURE SWITCH
Electric symbol
The pressure switch is connected by a hose to the pressure chamber.
When the tub is filled with water, the pressure created inside the hydraulic circuit expands the diaphragm. This
in turn modifies the position of the core inside the coil, thus changing the inductance and the frequency of the
oscillating circuit.
The electronic PCB, according to the frequency, recognizes the quantity of the water in the tub.
1 hose
3 coil
5 core
Frequency variation according to the water quantity in the tub
10.5
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16
20
Drain pump
Drain pump
Thermal protector
PCB
The PCB powers the drain pump via a triac as follows:
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10.6
until the electronic pressure switch closes on empty, after which the pump is actioned for a brief
period or passes to the subsequent phase;
for a pre-determined period (and eventually an alarm appears).
Recirculation pump (if featured)
On jetsystem models, the main board powers the recirculation pump through a triac.
17
18
20
Drain pump
Thermal protector
PCB
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10.7
Heating
2
13
14
K1
NTC temperature sensor
Heating element (with thermal fuses)
PCB
Relay
1.
2.
3.
4.
Tubular casing
Thermal fuses
NTC Sensor
Connectors
The heating element is powered by a relay (K1) of the electronic board and is provided with two thermal fuses,
which interrupt if the temperature degree exceeds the values by which they are calibrated.
WARNING
In case of replacement of the heater, replace it with one with the same characteristics in
order not to compromise the safety of the appliance.
10.8
Temperature sensor
The temperature is controlled by the PCB by means of a NTC temperature sensor incorporated in the heating
element.
1. NTC resistor
2. Metallic capsule
3. Terminals
4. Plastic casing
TEMPERATURE
(ºC)
20
60
80
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1250
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RESISTANCE (Ω)
Maximum value
6335
1278
620
Minimum value
5765
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10.9
11
12
13
14
20
Universal motor (EWM 21xx)
Tachometric generator
Stator
Protector
Rotor
PCB
10.9.1 Power supply to motor
The PCB powers the motor via a triac. The direction of rotation is reversed by switching of the contacts on the
two relays (K2-K3), which modify the connection between the rotor and the stator.
In certain models, a third relay (K4) is used to power the stator (full or half field) according to the spin speed.
The speed of rotation of the motor is determined by the signal received from the tachometric generator.
During the spin phases, the microprocessor performs the anti-foam and the anti-unbalancing control procedure.
10.10 Three-phase asynchronous motor (EWM25xx)
11.
20.
23.
24.
Tachometric generator
PCB
Inverter
Motor
X-Y-X = Motor windings
10.10.1 Power supply to motor
Three-phase power is fed by the inverter (4) which sends, through the connectors 5-6-7, the three phases to
connectors 1-2-3 on the motor (nodes V-W-U), where the windings (Y-X-Z-) are connected. The phase shift
between the phases is 120° and peak amplitude is 310V.
The condition of the motor can be determined by
measuring the resistance of the windings:
Winding y ohm 5,4 ∼ ±7% (contacts 2-3)
Winding x ohm 5,4 ∼ ±7% (contacts 1-2)
Winding z ohm 5,4 ∼ ±7% (contacts 1-3)
Winding T (tachometric) ohm 121 ∼ ±7% (contacts 4-5)
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Unplug the appliance before accessing internal components.
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10.11 Anti-foam control system
The anti-foam control procedure (if featured) is performed via the electronic pressure switch.
Spin phase without foam
Spin phase with little foam
Spin
Spin
Anti-foam
(Electronic level)
450 rpm pulses
450 rpm pulses
FUCS
•
•
FUCS
Spin with little foam: if the contact of the electronic pressure switch closes on FULL, the spin phase is
interrupted; the drain pump continues to operate and, when the contact returns to EMPTY, the spin phase is
resumed.
Spin with excessive foam in the tub (critical situation): The control system detects whether the
electronic pressure switch commutates 5 times to FULL. In this case, the spin phase is skipped, and a oneminute drain cycle is performed with the motor switched off; in the case of a washing phase, a
supplementary rinse is added.
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10.12 “FUCS” (Fast Unbalance Control System)
rpm
The control procedure for unbalanced loads is performed dynamically, before each spin cycle, as follows:
ª The phase begins at a speed of 55 rpm; the speed can never fall below this threshold, otherwise the check
is repeated.
ª At intervals of 300 ms, the balance is calculated and compared with predetermined limits. If the value is less
than the lower limit, the speed of the drum is increased by a certain value depending on the transmission
relation between motor pulley/drum; if the unbalancing is higher, it is decreased by the same value. The
reduction in the speed of the drum distributes the washing correctly; this procedure is repeated until the
wash load is completely balanced.
ª Correct balancing of the wash load is achieved at a speed of 115 rpm, after which the spin cycle begins.
Real speed
Selected speed
The Unbalancing Control function takes place in different phases: each phase is characterized by:
ª an unbalancing index (0-1-2-3)
ª an unbalancing threshold value (ex: 850, 350, 650, 1100rpm)
ª a time out (max. time)
• Ending of the FUCS balancing phase
The phase is ended when:
ª The drum rotation speed is 115 rpm (or 85rpm in some cases of unbalancing index). In this case the spin is
performed.
ª In some cases the optimal balancing value is not reached: a reduced spin is performed depending on the
unbalancing.
ª In the worst case, in which all phases are not sufficient to reach a minimum balancing value, the spin is not
performed.
• Example of perfect balancing
Phase 0,
Time-out=60 sec
Phase 1
Time-out=60 sec
115 rpm
55 rpm
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Balancing in the available longer interval
1
2
Phase
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
•
3
4
5
Unbalancing index
0
1
2
3
1
2
3
6
7
Time-out (sec)
60
120
60
90
120
90
90
Unbalancing after all phases
In this case the spin (or impulse) is not performed.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
DRYING CIRCUIT
Fan
Fan motor
Drying heater
Heater casing
Duct
Door seal
Tube from tub to condenser
Condenser
Water fill solenoid
Condenser water intake and steam vent
tube
Solenoid tube-airbreak
Coupling (Air-break)
Filter body
Drain pump
Automatic drying cycles: the drying time is governed by the microprocessor so that the desired degree of
dryness is achieved.
The drying cycle can be performed at the end of the washing cycle, or as a separate programme. Various types
of drying can be selected:
-
extra-dry
cupboard-dry
iron-dry
Time-controlled cycle: the drying time is selected by the user (maximum 130 minutes for cotton and synthetic
fabrics).
Cooling: a cooling cycle is performed at the end of every drying cycle.
Anti-crease: after the cooling phase an anti-crease phase of a 10-minute duration is performed.
The drying heaters are powered directly by the main board via two relays.
In cycles for synthetic fabrics, drying is performed with only one heater switched on (half power); in cotton/linen
cycles, both the heaters are switched on (full power).
The fan motor is powered via a relay; the condensation solenoid is powered by a triac.
The washing of the condenser occurs at the beginning of the last rinse.
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11.1 Temperature control
The drying temperature is controlled by an NTC sensor positioned on the duct. The heater casing features two
safety thermostats (one of which is a manual-reset type).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Circuit board
Anti-boiling pressure switch AE1
Safety thermostat (auto-reset)
Drying heater
Safety thermostat (manual reset)
Anti-boiling pressure switch AE2
Fan motor
Drying control sensor (NTC)
Humidity control sensor (NTC)
1. Drying temperature control
thermostat (NTC)
2. Safety thermostat (auto reset)
3. Manual-reset safety
thermostat (150°C)
4. Drying heater
NTC sensor: resistance at 25°C
Manual-reset safety thermostat
Auto-reset safety thermostat
Heater
group
Power
Voltage
Resistance
Fan capacity
5000Ω
Normally closed
Opens at 150°±5°C
Normally closed
Opens at 110°±3°C
Closes at 94°±5°
920+920 W
230V
240V
56,5Ω+56,5Ω
61,5Ω+61,5Ω
80 m3 – hour
Calculating the drying time:
In automatic cycles, the NTC sensor fitted to the drying duct is
used to calculate the drying tim.
1. NTC temperature sensor
2. Tube from tub to condenser
3. Drying condenser
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Table of alarm codes
Alarm
E11
E12
E13
E21
E22
E23
E24
E31
E32
E35
E38
E3A
E41
E42
E43
E44
E45
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Possible fault
Action/machine status
Tap closed or water pressure too low; Drain tube improperly positioned; Water fill
solenoid valve is faulty; Leaks from water circuit on pressure switch; Pressure switch Cycle is paused with door locked.
faulty; Wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
Tap closed or water pressure too low; Drain tube improperly positioned; Water fill
solenoid valve is faulty; Leaks from water circuit on pressure switch; Pressure switch Cycle is paused with door locked.
faulty; Wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
Drain tube improperly positioned; Water pressure too low;
Water fill solenoid valve is faulty; Water circuit on pressure switch is leaking/clogged; Cycle is paused with door locked.
Pressure switch faulty.
Drain tube kinked/clogged/improperly positioned; Drain filter clogged/dirty; Drain
pump faulty; Pressure switch faulty; Wiring faulty; PCB faulty; Electrical current leak Cycle is paused (after 2 attempts).
between heating element and ground.
Drain tube kinked/clogged/improperly positioned; Drain filter clogged/dirty; Drain
Cycle is paused
pump faulty; Pressure switch faulty; Wiring faulty; PCB faulty; Electrical current leak
between heating element and ground.
Safety drain cycle - Cycle stops with
Drain pump faulty; Wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
door unlocked.
Safety drain cycle - Cycle stops with
PCB faulty.
door unlocked.
Pressure switch; Wiring; Main PCB.
Cycle stops with door locked.
Drain tube kinked/clogged/improperly positioned; Drain filter clogged/dirty; Drain
pump faulty; Water circuit on pressure switch; pressure switch;
Cycle is paused.
Wiring; main board.
Cycle stops. Safety drain cycle.
Water fill solenoid valve is faulty; Leaks from water circuit on pressure switch;
Drain pump continues to operate (5
Pressure switch faulty; Wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
min. on, then 5 min. off, etc.).
Water circuit on pressure switches; Pressure switches; Motor belt broken.
Heating phase is skipped.
PCB faulty.
Cycle stops with door locked.
Door lock unit faulty; Wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
Cycle is paused.
Door lock unit faulty; Wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
Cycle is paused.
Current dispersion from heating element to ground.
Door lock unit faulty; Wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
(Safety drain cycle) Cycle stops.
PCB faulty.
(Safety drain cycle) Cycle stops.
PCB faulty.
(Safety drain cycle) Cycle stops.
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Reset
START/RESET
START/RESET
START/RESET
START/RESET
START/RESET
RESET
RESET
RESET
START/RESET
RESET
ON/OFF RESET
RESET
START/RESET
START/RESET
ON/OFF RESET
ON/OFF RESET
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Alarm
Possible fault
Action/machine status
E51
PCB faulty; current leakage from motor or from wiring.
E52
Motor faulty; wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
E53
PCB faulty.
E54
PCB faulty; current leakage from motor or from wiring.
E57
Wiring defective on inverter for motor, inverter board defective.
E58
E59
E5A
Wiring defective on inverter for motor, inverter board defective, abnormal motor
operation (motor overloaded); Motor defective.
Motor defective; Wiring defective on inverter for motor;
Inverter board defective.
Inverter board defective. NTC open (on the inverter board).
Overheating caused by continuous operation or ambient conditions (let appliance
cool down).
E5H
Wiring defective, Inverter board defective.
E5C
Inverter board defective, the masters voltage is too high (measure the masters
voltage).
E5d
Line interference, Wiring defective, defective main board or inverter board.
E5E
Defective wiring between main board and inverter board, Defective inverter board,
defective main board.
E5F
Defective inverter board, Defective wiring, defective main board.
E61
NTC sensor faulty; heating element faulty; wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
E62
NTC sensor faulty; heating element faulty; wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
E66
PCB faulty.
E68
E69
Earth-leakage between heater and earth.
Washing heating element interrupted (thermofuse open)
Faulty NTC sensor; Wiring faulty;
PCB faulty.
Wiring faulty; Drying NTC sensor (condenser) faulty; PCB faulty.
Wiring faulty; Drying NTC sensor (duct) faulty; PCB faulty.
NTC sensor improperly positioned; Faulty NTC sensor; Wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
E71
E72
E73
E74
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Cycle blocked, door locked (after 5
attempts).
Cycle blocked, door locked (after 5
attempts).
Cycle blocked, door locked.
Cycle blocked, door locked (after 5
attempts).
Cycle stops with door locked (after 5
attempts).
Cycle stops with door locked (after 5
attempts).
Cycle stops with door locked (after 5
attempts).
Cycle stops with door locked (after 5
attempts).
Cycle stops with door locked (after 5
attempts).
Cycle stops with door locked (after 5
attempts).
Cycle stops with door locked (after 5
attempts).
Cycle stops
Cycle stops with door locked (after 5
attempts).
The heating phase is skipped.
Safety drain cycle – Cycle stopped
with door open.
Safety drain cycle – Cycle stopped
with door open.
Cycle blocked with door open.
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Reset
RESET
RESET
RESET
RESET
RESET
RESET
RESET
RESET
RESET
RESET
RESET
ON/OFF
RESET
START/RESET
RESET
RESET
RESET
START/RESET
Heating is skipped.
START/RESET
Drying heating is skipped
Drying heating is skipped
Heating is skipped.
START/RESET
START/RESET
START/RESET
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Alarm
Possible fault
Action/machine status
PCB faulty (Wrong configuration data). Selector, wiring
PCB faulty (Wrong configuration data). Selector, wiring
Wiring faulty; Faulty control/display board
E91
PCB faulty.
Wrong control/display board;
E92
Wrong PCB (do not correspond to the model).
Incorrect configuration data; PCB faulty.
E93
Incorrect configuration data; PCB faulty.
E94
PCB faulty.
E95
Faulty PCB (Wrong configuration data).
E97
Incompatibility between main board and Inverter.
E98
E9b / E9H Display board.
Display board.
E9C
Display board.
E9d
PCB.
E9F
E82
E83
EH1
Power supply problems (incorrect / disturbance); PCB faulty.
EH2
EH3
Power supply problems (incorrect / disturbance); PCB faulty.
Power supply problems (incorrect / disturbance); PCB faulty.
EHE
Wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
EHF
PCB faulty.
EC1
Solenoid valve faulty/blocked; PCB faulty.
EC3
Ed1
Ed2
Ed3
Ed4
Wiring faulty; Weight sensor faulty; PCB faulty.
Wiring faulty between PCB and WD board; WD board faulty; PCB faulty.
Wiring faulty between PCB and WD thermostats; WD board faulty; PCB faulty.
Wiring faulty between PCB and WD thermostats; WD board faulty; PCB faulty.
Wiring faulty: WD board faulty; PCB faulty.
Drain tube blocked/kinked/too high;
Drain filter dirty/blocked.
Excessive detergent dosing; drain tube kinked/blocked;
Drain filter dirty/blocked.
Water leaks onto base frame; water control system defective.
Tap closed, water pressure too low.
EF1
EF2
EF3
EF4
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---------------Cycle cancelled.
Reset
RESET
START/RESET
----------------
RESET
Cycle interrupted.
OFF/ON START
Cycle interrupted.
Cycle interrupted.
Cycle interrupted.
Cycle interrupted.
Cycle interrupted.
Cycle interrupted.
Cycle interrupted.
Cycle interrupted.
Cycle interrupted.
Wait for frequency nominal
conditions.
Wait for voltage nominal conditions.
Wait for voltage nominal conditions.
Safety drain cycle – Cycle stopped
with door open.
Safety drain cycle – Cycle stopped
with door open.
Cycle interrupted with door closed.
Drain pump functions always (5 min.,
then it stops for 5 min. etc.)
---------------Cycle interrupted.
Cycle interrupted with door open.
Cycle interrupted with door open.
Cycle interrupted with door open.
Warning displayed at the end of cycle
(specific LED).
Warning displayed after 5 attempts or
by the specific LED.
Machine drains and cycle stops
---------------------------
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
RESET
RESET
OFF/ON
ON/OFF RESET
ON/OFF RESET
ON/OFF RESET
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
RESET
RESET
RESET
START/RESET
OFF/ON
RESET
RESET
RESET
START/RESET
RESET
ON/OFF RESET
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Alarm
EF5
E00
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Possible fault
Action/machine status
Load too unbalanced; final spin phases skipped.
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Reset
RESET
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11.3 Diagram WM with UNIVERSAL MOTOR EWM 21xx
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Key to diagram WM with UNIVERSAL MOTOR EWM EWM 21xx
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
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Electrical components on appliance
Display board
Flowmeter
Analogue pressure switch
NTC temperature sensor
Solenoid valve for prewash
Solenoid valve for wash
Solenoid valve for bleach
Heating element (with thermofuses)
Door interlock (instantaneous)
Suppressor
Tachometric generator (motor)
Stator (motor)
Thermal cut-out (motor)
Rotor (motor)
Drain pump
Thermal cut-out (drain pump)
Recirculation pump
Thermal cut-out (recirculation pump)
Door interlock (with PTC)
PCB
Motor with half field
Motor without field
DOOR_TY
DRAIN_TY
REC-TY
K1
K2
K3
K4
MOTOR_TY
ON/OFF
PWELV_TY
WELV_TY
BEL_TY
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Components on main board
Door interlock Triac
Drain pump Triac
Recirculation pump Triac
Heating element relay
Motor relay: clockwise rotation
Motor relay: anti-clockwise rotation
Motor relay: half field power supply (some
models)
Motor Triac
Main switch (programme selector)
Pre-wash solenoid Triac
Wash solenoid Triac
Bleach solenoid Triac
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Diagram WM with THREE-PHASE ASYNCHRONOUS MOTOR EWM 25xx
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Key to diagram WM with THREE-PHASE ASYNCHRONOUS MOTOR EWM 25xx
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
23.
24.
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Electrical components on appliance
Display board
Flowmeter
Analogue pressure switch
NTC temperature sensor
Solenoid valve for prewash
Solenoid valve for wash
Solenoid valve for bleach
Heating element (with thermofuses)
Door interlock (instantaneous)
Suppressor
Drain pump
Thermal cut-out (drain pump)
Recirculation pump
Thermal cut-out (recirculation pump)
Door interlock (with PTC)
PCB
Inverter
Three-phase
DOOR_TY
DRAIN_TY
REC-TY
K1
ON/OFF
PWELV_TY
WELV_TY
BEL_TY
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Components on main board
Door interlock Triac
Drain pump Triac
Recirculation pump Triac
Heating element relay
Main switch (programme selector)
Pre-wash solenoid Triac
Wash solenoid Triac
Bleach solenoid Triac
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11.5 Diagram WD with UNIVERSAL MOTOR EWM 21xx
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Key to diagram WD with UNIVERSAL MOTOR EWM 21xx
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
23.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
Electrical components on appliance
Display board or LCD
Flowmeter
Analogic pressure switch
NTC temperature sensor (wash)
Solenoid valve for prewash
Solenoid valve for wash
Solenoid valve for condensation
Washing heating element (with thermofuses)
WD board
Safety thermostat R.A.
Safety thermostat R.M.
Drying heating element
Motor fan
NTC temperature sensor (drying)
NTC temperature sensor (humidity)
Door interlock (instantaneous)
Interference filter
Tachometric generator (motor)
Stator (motor)
Thermal cut-out (motor)
Rotor (motor)
Drain pump
Thermal cut-out (drain pump)
Recirculation pump
Thermal cut-out (recirculation pump)
Door interlock (with PTC)
Main PCB
Motor with half field
Motor without field
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Components on main board
DOOR_TY
Door interlock Triac
DRAIN_TY
Drain pump Triac
REC-TY
Recirculation pump Triac
K1
Relay
K2
Motor relay: clockwise rotation
K3
Motor relay: anti-clockwise rotation
K4
Motor relay: half field power (some models)
MOTOR_TY
Motor Triac
PROGRAM SELECTOR Main switch (programme selector)
PWELV_TY
Pre-wash solenoid Triac
WELV_TY
Wash solenoid Triac
BEL_TY
Bleach solenoid Triac
RL1
Washing or drying heating element relay
RL2
Motor fan power relay
RL3
Power relay of a drying heater branch
RL4
Power relay of a drying heater branch
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Diagram WD with THREE-PHASE ASYNCHRONOUS MOTOR EWM 25xx
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Key to diagram WD with THREE-PHASE ASYNCHRONOUS MOTOR EWM 25xx
Electrical components on appliance
1. Display board or LCD
2. Flowmeter
3. Analogue pressure switch
4. NTC temperature sensor (wash)
5. Solenoid valve for prewash
6. Solenoid valve for wash
7. Solenoid valve for condensation
8. Washing heating element (with thermofuses)
9. WD board
10. Safety thermostat R.A.
11. Safety thermostat R.M.
12. Drying heating element
13. Motor fan
14. Drying NTC temperature sensor
15. Humidity NTC temperature sensor
16. Door interlock (instantaneous)
17. Suppressor
18. Tachometric generator (motor)
22. Drain pump
23. Thermal cut-out (drain pump)
24. Recirculation pump
25. Thermal cut-out (recirculation pump)
26. Door interlock (with PTC)
27. Main PCB
30. Inverter
31. One-phase motor
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DOOR_TY
DRAIN_TY
REC-TY
K1
K2
K3
K4
MOTOR_TY
PROGRAM SELECTOR
PWELV_TY
WELV_TY
BEL_TY
RL1
RL2
RL3
RL4
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Components on main board
Door interlock Triac
Drain pump Triac
Recirculation pump Triac
Relay
Motor relay: clockwise rotation
Motor relay: anti-clockwise rotation
Motor relay: half field power (some models)
Motor Triac
Main switch (programme selector)
Pre-wash solenoid Triac
Wash solenoid Triac
Bleach solenoid Triac
Washing or drying heating element relay
Motor fan power relay
Power relay of a drying heater branch
Power relay of a drying heater branch
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12.1
WM Version
12.1.1 Work top
a.
Remove the two rear screws, push the top panel towards the rear and release from the cabinet.
12.1.2 Control panel
b.
Extract the drawer.
c.
Remove the screw which secures the control panel to the dispenser.
d. Release the clamp from the cross-member.
e. Cut the clamp which secures the wiring to the board casing (while
re-assembling, put a new clamp).
f.
Loosen the screws which secure the cross-member to the cabinet
and that central to the conveyor.
g. Release the hook of the dispenser to the cross-member.
h. Loosen the screws and release the hook which secures the
control panel to the cross-member.
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c.
Lift the control panel up and extract it.
d. Rotate the control panel around itself.
e. Place it as indicated in figure paying attention not to scrape it.
e. Remove the screws and release the hooks which secure the board
casing to the control panel.
f.
Before mounting the new board extract the knob pressing the
hooks indicated by the arrows as represented in figure.
While re-assembling repeat the same operations in reverse order
and pay attention to position correctly the knob.
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WD VERSION
12.2.1 Work top
a.
Remove the two rear screws, push the top panel towards the rear and release from the cabinet.
12.2.2 Control panel
b.
Extract the drawer.
c.
Remove the 2 screws which secure the control panel to the
dispenser.
d.
Release the wiring clamps from the cross-member.
e.
Loosen the screws which secure the cross-member to the
cabinet and to the dispenser.
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f.
Release the hook of the dispenser to the cross-member.
g.
Loosen the screw which fits the WD board to the crossmember and extract the board.
h.
Loosen the screws and the hook which fit the control panel to
the cross-member.
i.
Detach the connectors represented in figure.
j.
Cut the clamp and extract the wiring from the hook which fits it
to the board casing.
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k.
Extract the connector from the electronic pressure switch.
l.
Remove the connectors from the thermostat.
Loosen the screws and release the hooks which fix the board assembly to the control panel as
represented in the WM version.
A
While remounting the work top please pay attention not to position it
as in fig. A but as in fig. B.
B
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