Alliance Laundry Systems EA2011-3000 Service manual

Service
Automatic
Washers
Refer to Page 5 for Model Numbers
W138P
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Part No. 36316R2
September 2007
Table of Contents
Section 1 – Safety Information ...........................3
Locating an Authorized Servicer ............................4
Section 2 – Introduction
Model Identification ................................................5
Customer Service ....................................................6
Nameplate Location ................................................6
Section 3 – Troubleshooting
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
No Hot Water ...................................................7
No Cold Water .................................................7
No Warm Water ...............................................8
Water Fill Does Not Stop at Proper Level .......8
Timer Does Not Advance (Mechanical
Timer Models Only) .........................................9
Motor Does Not Run ......................................10
No Agitation ...................................................11
Constant Agitation .........................................11
Washer Smokes, Overheats, Cycles on Motor
Thermal Overload Protector, Switch Actuator
Kicks In and Out ............................................12
Slow Spin or No Spin ....................................12
Constant Spin .................................................13
Washer Stops in Cycle; Quits After a
Couple Loads; Is Intermittent ........................13
Washer is Locked Up or Binding ...................13
Outer Tub Does Not Empty ...........................14
Excessive Vibration .......................................14
Water Leaking From Outer Tub .....................14
Troubleshooting Coin Drop ...........................15
– Troubleshooting Electronic Control
Models EA2921-3000, EA2921-3050,
EA2921-3059, ZA2921-1102,
ZA2921-3059 and ZA2921-99E4
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
Error Code Listing .........................................17
Cannot Perform Infrared Communication .....18
Coins Ignored When Entered .........................19
Electronic Control Has No Visible Display ...20
No Fill Analysis .............................................22
No Motor Run — Agitate Analysis ...............24
No Motor Run — Spin Analysis ....................26
Overflow Analysis .........................................28
Audit Switch Function Analysis ....................30
Section 4 – Grounding
27. Wall Receptacle Polarity Check ....................31
28. Power Cord To Control Hood, Control Hood
to the Control Panel Frame ............................31
29. Control Hood Wire Harness To Top Left
Rear Corner Gusset Of Cabinet .....................32
30. Wire Harness to Motor ...................................32
Section 5 – Service Procedures
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
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45.
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56.
57.
58.
Control Panel Assembly ................................33
Timer Assembly .............................................36
Meter or Timer Case Assembly .....................38
Drain Hose Elbow ..........................................39
Loading Door .................................................39
Front Panel Assembly ....................................41
Belts ...............................................................42
Motor and Mounting Bracket .........................45
Idler Lever and Pulley ....................................45
Motor Drive Pulley or Pump Pulley ..............47
Motor Switch .................................................47
Pump Assembly .............................................47
Agitator ..........................................................48
Cabinet Top Assembly ...................................48
Cabinet Top Assembly Removal ...................49
Agitator Drive Bell and Seal Kit,
No. 36443P ....................................................50
Out-Of-Balance Switch Assembly .................53
Mixing Valve Assembly ................................55
Outer Tub Cover and Clothes Guard .............56
Hub and Seal Kit, No. 495P3 .........................60
Outer Tub Assembly ......................................62
Drive Pulley and Helix ...................................64
Brake Assembly .............................................66
Lower Bearing Housing .................................66
Transmission Assembly .................................67
Balance Ring ..................................................71
Upper Bearing Assembly ...............................71
Snubber Pad And Isolator Assembly .............72
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Section 6 – Adjustments
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
Leveling Legs .................................................74
Pressure Switch ..............................................75
Out-Of-Balance Switch ..................................75
Belt (Agitate and Spin) ..................................76
Belt (Pump) ....................................................76
Cleaning Coin Drop .......................................77
Section 7 – Test Procedures
65. Emerson Motor Switch ..................................79
66. Emerson Motor Windings ..............................80
Section 8 – Cycle Sequence Charts
Timer No. 28716 Cycle Sequence
(Long Cycle – Kingston) and Timer No. 28719
Cycle Sequence .....................................................81
Timer Nos. 31111p, 31504 and 35368 Cycle
Sequence (Short Cycle) .........................................82
Timer Nos. 34601p, 34603 and 34604 Cycle
Sequence (Long Cycle) .........................................83
Section 9 – Internal Wiring of Washer Motor
Switch
Motor Assembly (1 Speed Motors) .......................84
Motor Assembly (2 Speed Motors) .......................85
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Section 1
Safety Information
Throughout this manual and on machine decals, you will find precautionary statements (“CAUTION,”
“WARNING,” and “DANGER”) followed by specific instructions. These precautions are intended for the personal
safety of the operator, user, servicer and those maintaining the machine.
a DANGER
Danger indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will cause severe personal injury or death.
a WARNING
Warning indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could cause severe personal injury or death.
a CAUTION
Caution indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may cause minor or moderate personal injury or property
damage.
Additional precautionary statements (“IMPORTANT” and “NOTE”) are followed by specific instructions.
IMPORTANT
The word “IMPORTANT” is used to inform the reader of specific procedures where minor machine damage will
occur if the procedure is not followed.
NOTE
The word “NOTE” is used to communicate installation, operation, maintenance or servicing information that is
important but not hazard related.
In the interest of safety, some general precautions relating to the operation of this machine follow.
WARNING
• Failure to install, maintain and/or operate this product according to the manufacturer’s
instructions may result in conditions which can produce serious injury, death and/or property
damage.
• Do not repair or replace any part of the product or attempt any servicing unless specifically
recommended or published in this Service Manual and unless you understand and have the
skills to carry out the servicing.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the product is properly grounded and to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock, serious injury or death.
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Section 1 Safety Information
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
WARNING
Repairs that are made to your products by unqualified persons can result in hazards due to
improper assembly or adjustments subjecting you or the inexperienced person making such
repairs to the risk of serious injury, electrical shock or death.
W007
WARNING
If you or an unqualified person perform service on your product, you must assume the
responsibility for any personal injury or property damage which may result. The manufacturer
will not be responsible for any injury or property damage arising from improper service and/or
service procedures.
W008
NOTE: The WARNINGS and IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS appearing in this manual are not meant to
cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur. Common sense, caution and care must be
exercised when installing, maintaining or operating the washer.
Always contact your dealer, distributor, service agent or the manufacturer about any problems or conditions you do
not understand.
Locating an Authorized Servicer
Alliance Laundry Systems is not responsible for personal injury or property damage resulting from improper
service. Review all service information before beginning repairs.
Warranty service must be performed by an authorized technician, using authorized factory parts. If service is
required after the warranty expires, Alliance Laundry Systems also recommends contacting an authorized
technician and using authorized factory parts.
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Section 2
Introduction
Model Identification
Information in this manual is applicable to these washers.
Washer Model
Nonmetered
Model
Metered
Model
Electronic
Control
Model
One
Speed
Motor
Two
Speed
Motor
Porcelain
Washtub
Stainless
Steel
Washtub
EA2011-3000
X
X
X
EA2011-3050
X
X
X
EA2111-3000
X
X
X
EA2111-3050
X
X
X
EA2111-3059
X
X
X
EA2111-5400
X
X
X
EA2111-5406
X
X
X
EA2111-5412
X
X
X
EA2111-5417
X
X
X
EA2211-1200
X
X
X
EA2211-1300
X
X
X
EA2211-3000
X
X
X
EA2211-3066
X
X
X
EA2921-3000
X
X
X
X
EA2921-3050
X
X
X
X
EA2921-3059
X
X
X
X
GA2210-1102
X
ZA2011-3059
X
ZA2021-1102
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
ZA2111-1102
X
X
X
ZA2111-3059
X
X
X
ZA2121-1102
X
ZA2210-1102
X
ZA2221-1102
X
X
X
ZA2221-99E4
X
X
X
ZA2921-1102
X
X
X
X
ZA2921-3059
X
X
X
X
ZA2921-99E4
X
X
X
X
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X
X
X
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Section 2 Introduction
Customer Service
If literature or replacement parts are required, contact
the source from whom the machine was purchased or
contact Alliance Laundry Systems at (920) 748-3950
for the name and address of the nearest authorized
parts distributor.
For technical assistance, call (920) 748-3121.
Nameplate Location
When calling or writing about your product, be sure to
mention model and serial numbers. Model and serial
numbers are located on nameplate(s) as shown.
C
PRESS
PERMANENT
ALL FABRI
UNBALANCED
LOAD
WARM
COLD
HOT
IN USE
WASH TEMERATURE
RINSE
PERM. PRESS
Nameplate
NORMAL
DELICATE
SPIN
FABRIC SELECTOR
NOTE: Coin slide and
coin drawer shown for
illustration purposes
W233SE3B
only.
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Section 3
Troubleshooting
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
IMPORTANT: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram for aid in testing washer components.
1. NO HOT WATER
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Hot water supply faucet is closed.
Water supply is cold.
Kinked hot water inlet hose.
Clogged mixing valve screen, or screen in outer end
of inlet hose nearest water supply faucet.
Inoperative hot water mixing valve solenoid.
Inoperative timer.
Inoperative temperature switch.
Inoperative pressure switch.
Clogged pressure hose.
Broken, loose, or incorrect wiring.
Open faucet.
Check water heater.
Straighten or replace hose.
Disconnect hot water inlet hose, and clean or replace screen.
Test solenoid and replace if inoperative.
Test timer and replace if inoperative.
Test switch and replace if inoperative.
Test switch and replace if inoperative.
Remove and clean or replace hose.
Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
2. NO COLD WATER
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Cold water supply faucet is closed.
Kinked cold water inlet hose.
Clogged mixing valve screen or screen in outer end
of inlet hose nearest water supply faucet.
Inoperative cold water mixing valve solenoid.
Inoperative timer.
Inoperative temperature switch.
Inoperative pressure switch.
Clogged pressure hose.
Broken, loose, or incorrect wiring.
Open faucet.
Straighten or replace hose.
Disconnect cold water inlet hose, and clean or replace
screen.
Test solenoid and replace if inoperative.
Test timer and replace if inoperative.
Test switch and replace if inoperative.
Test switch and replace if inoperative.
Remove and clean or replace hose.
Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
3. NO WARM WATER
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
No hot water.
No cold water.
Refer to Paragraph 1.
Refer to Paragraph 2.
4. WATER FILL DOES NOT STOP AT PROPER LEVEL
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Inoperative pressure switch.
Air leak in pressure hose.
Sediment on or under mixing valve diaphragm,
defective diaphragm, or armature binding in
armature guide.
Broken, weak, or missing mixing valve armature
spring.
A siphoning action started in washer will cause
water to be siphoned from washer during cycle due
to end of drain hose being lower than cabinet top of
washer. Drain hose fits tight in standpipe or drain.
Water in pressure hose.
Broken, loose, shorted, or incorrect wiring.
Test switch and replace if inoperative.
Replace hose.
Disassemble and clean mixing valve. Replace deteriorated
or not-easily-cleaned components.
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Disassemble valve and replace spring.
Install No. 562P3 Siphon Break Kit. Provide an air gap
around drain hose and drain receptacle.
Blow air through hose to remove water.
Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
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Section 3 Troubleshooting
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
5. TIMER DOES NOT ADVANCE (MECHANICAL TIMER MODELS ONLY)
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Timer is designed to pause during fill periods.
Inoperative timer.
Loading door is open.
Allow completion of fill period.
Test timer and replace if inoperative.
Close loading door. Loading door MUST be closed any time
washer is set to fill, agitate or spin.
Washer will not fill.
Timer pauses until pressure switch is satisfied.
Timer motor lead wire off timer terminal.
Refer to appropriate wiring diagram and reattach wire.
Broken, loose or incorrect wiring.
Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
Timer is designed to pause when going from agitate Allow time for timer to go through that step. Refer to
to spin.
diagram for information on time required.
Timer is designed to stop if an out-of-balance load Open lid and automatically reset out-of-balance switch
has been encountered while washing clothes load. when lid is closed.
Timer is designed to stop if washer drive motor has Motor thermal protector reset time may vary depending
been overloaded and motor thermal overload has
upon the reason for the washer overload, however, it should
tripped.
reset within 15 minutes. Check to ensure that washer was
not overloaded with clothes.
Circuit breaker or washer is tripped, disconnecting Reset circuit breaker.
power to washer.
Washer will not fill.
Timer is designed to pause when going from spin into rinse
to allow the washtub to stop spinning before filling. Make
sure that timer has advanced into fill portion of rinse cycle.
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Section 3 Troubleshooting
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
6. MOTOR DOES NOT RUN
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Electrical power off, fuse blown, or power cord not Check laundry room for blown or loose fuse(s) or open
plugged in.
circuit breakers. (Washer itself does not have an electrical
fuse).
Loading door not closed or inoperative switch.
Close door or test switch and replace if inoperative.
Timer improperly set.
Reset timer, or try another cycle.
Inoperative timer.
Test timer and replace if inoperative.
Motor starting functions inoperative. No start; or
Refer to Section 7 to check start switch and start windings.
motor hums only.
Motor is dead, won't run.
Refer to Section 7 to check switch and windings.
Motor overload protector has cycled.
Wait two or three minutes for overload protector to reset. If
protector cycles repeatedly, refer to Paragraph 9.
Bind in upper or lower motor bearing.
Remove belts and determine if motor shaft will spin.
Replace motor if shaft is locked up.
Broken, loose, or incorrect wiring.
Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
Power cord is miswired.
Refer to appropriate wiring diagram for correct wiring.
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Section 3 Troubleshooting
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
7. NO AGITATION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Inoperative timer.
Inoperative action switch.
Motor will not run.
Inoperative pressure switch.
Broken, loose, or incorrect wiring.
Broken drive belt.
Inoperative transmission assembly.
Sheared motor pulley roll pin.
Test timer and replace if inoperative.
Test switch and replace if inoperative.
Refer to Section 7 to check switch and windings.
Test switch and replace if inoperative.
Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
Replace belt.
Replace transmission assembly.
Remove drive motor, and replace roll pin and any other
damaged parts.
Drive motor overload protector has cycled.
Refer to Paragraph 9.
Bind in pump.
Replace pump.
Loading door is open or door switch is inoperative. Close loading door or test switch and replace if inoperative.
8. CONSTANT AGITATION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Inoperative timer.
Shorted or incorrect wiring.
Inoperative transmission assembly.
Test timer and replace if inoperative.
Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
Repair or replace transmission assembly.
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Section 3 Troubleshooting
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
9. WASHER SMOKES, OVERHEATS, CYCLES ON MOTOR THERMAL OVERLOAD
PROTECTOR, SWITCH ACTUATOR KICKS IN AND OUT
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Belt is tacky and does not allow proper slip.
Belt tension is too great and does not allow proper
slip.
Inoperative timer.
Motor switch functions inoperative.
Bind in water pump.
Brake pads binding.
Brake, transmission, or motor have locked up and
will not turn.
Incorrect voltage.
Check belt and replace if defective.
Make sure idler and helper springs are properly connected.
Test timer and replace if inoperative.
Refer to Section 7 to check switch functions.
Replace pump.
Free binding pads, or replace pads.
Check that all these components are able to move freely.
Correct binding component.
Contact local utility company, or have a qualified electrician
check power supply.
10. SLOW SPIN OR NO SPIN
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Inoperative timer.
Loading door is open or door safety switch is
inoperative.
Bind in water pump.
Broken drive belt.
Washer has gone out-of-balance.
Test timer and replace if inoperative.
Close loading door, or test switch and replace if inoperative.
Motor will not run.
Sheared motor pulley roll pin.
Motor overload protector has cycled.
No clearance or stuck brake pads.
Broken, loose, or incorrect wiring.
Inoperative transmission assembly.
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Replace pump.
Replace belt.
Open loading door to reset out-of-balance switch.
Rearrange load in washtub.
Refer to Motor Test Section 7 to check switch and windings.
Remove drive motor and appropriately replace roll pin and
any other damaged parts.
Wait two or three minutes for overload protector to reset. If
protector cycles repeatedly, refer to Paragraph 9.
Free sticky brake pads or replace pads.
Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
Repair or replace transmission assembly.
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Section 3 Troubleshooting
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
11. CONSTANT SPIN
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Inoperative timer.
Washtub does not stop spinning within seven
seconds after loading door is opened.
Excessive wear on brake pads, or missing brake
pads.
Shorted or incorrect wiring.
Test timer and replace if inoperative.
Replace brake pads.
Replace brake pads.
Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
12. WASHER STOPS IN CYCLE; QUITS AFTER A COUPLE LOADS; IS INTERMITTENT
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Belt is tacky and does not allow proper slip.
Belt tension is too great and does not allow proper
slip.
Inoperative timer.
Broken, loose, or incorrect wiring.
Motor overload protector has cycled.
Check belt and replace if defective.
Make sure idler and helper springs are properly connected.
Motor switch functions inoperative.
Brake, transmission, or motor have locked up and
will not turn.
Test timer and replace if inoperative.
Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
Wait two or three minutes for overload protector to reset. If
protector cycles repeatedly, refer to Paragraph 9.
Refer to Section 7 to check switch functions.
Check that all these components are able to move freely.
13. WASHER IS LOCKED UP OR BINDING
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Excessive belt tension.
Bind in upper or lower bearing.
Bind in water pump.
Bind in transmission.
Brake pads binding.
Incorrect voltage.
Adjust belts.
Replace bearing.
Replace pump.
Repair or replace transmission.
Free binding pads, or replace pads.
Contact local utility company, or have a qualified electrician
check power supply.
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Section 3 Troubleshooting
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
14. OUTER TUB DOES NOT EMPTY
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Kinked drain hose.
Drain hose out of clamp in back of cabinet.
Straighten hose.
Remove washer front panel and install drain hose into
clamp.
Replace pump.
Remove obstruction.
Inoperative water pump.
Obstruction in outer tub outlet hose.
15. EXCESSIVE VIBRATION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Unbalanced load in tub.
Broken or disconnected centering spring(s).
Washer is not properly leveled.
Washer is installed on weak, “spongy”, carpeted or
built-up floor.
Incorrect or loose cabinet screws.
Base damaged (washer was dropped).
Balance ring not positioned properly on
transmission assembly.
Stop washer, redistribute load, then restart washer.
Connect or replace centering spring(s).
Adjust leveling legs.
Relocate washer, or support floor to eliminate weak or
“spongy” condition.
Replace with correct screws or tighten.
Replace base assembly.
Refer to Paragraph 55.
16. WATER LEAKING FROM OUTER TUB
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Leaking water seal in outer tub.
Hole in outer tub.
Pressure hose or pressure bulb leaking.
Outer tub cover gasket leaking.
Obstruction in drain causing water to come over top
of outer drain tub cover.
Tub-to-pump hose leaking at clamp.
Replace hub and seal kit assembly. Refer to Paragraph 50.
Replace outer tub.
Replace pressure hose and/or pressure bulb.
Replace gasket.
Remove obstruction.
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Tighten clamp.
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Section 3 Troubleshooting
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
17. TROUBLESHOOTING COIN DROP
When coin is placed into coin slot, the coin should roll down drop and be heard dropping into coin vault. If coin
does not fall into coin vault or if coin drop sensor does not register that coin has been entered, follow
troubleshooting instructions on the following page. Refer to Figure 1 for path that coin follows when working
properly.
IMPORTANT: Never use oil to correct coin drop problems. Oil residue will prevent coins from rolling
properly.
IMPORTANT: Do not bend or damage mechanical parts within coin drop.
Additional coins following
path to sensor
Coin in
Coin Slot
Coin Drop
Sensor
DRY2B
Figure 1
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Section 3 Troubleshooting
Is proper
electrical power
supplied to coin
drop? (Incorrect
electrical connection may
prevent coins from
registering in
coin drop.)
NO
Refer to wiring diagram
for proper connections.
NO
Refer to Installation
Instructions for instructions
on leveling machine.
NO
Refer to Adjustments
section for instructions
on cleaning drop.
YES
Is machine
level? (Machines
that aren't level may
prevent coins from
following through
required check
stages
of drop.)
YES
Is coin drop
clean? (Residue
or lint build-up may
prevent coins from
following through
required check
stages of
drop.)
YES
Replace
coin drop
TLW302S
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Troubleshooting Electronic Control
Models EA2921-3000, EA2921-3050, EA2921-3059, ZA2921-1102,
ZA2921-3059 and ZA2921-99E4
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
18. ERROR CODE LISTING
Listed below are some of the error codes that may appear on the electronic control.
E:00
E:01
General Error
Proximity Error
E:02
IR Communications
Disconnection
E:05
E:07
E:08
E:09
Invalid Value
Communication
Inoperative Control
Inoperative Control
Proximity Error
E:0A
Proximity Error
E:0B
IR Communication
Disconnection
E:0C
IR Communication
Disconnection
E:0d
Pressure Switch Error
E:0F
IR Communicator
Programmed Off
Coin Error
Err
Micro-wand IIIe is improperly aimed at infrared communicator (angle or
distance): Re-aim Micro-wand IIIe.
Micro-wand IIIe prematurely pulled away from electronic control during
infrared communication: Maintain infrared connection between Microwand IIIe and electronic control during communication.
Invalid code downloaded from Micro-wand IIIe to electronic control.
Replace electronic control.
Replace electronic control.
Micro-wand IIIe is improperly aimed at infrared communicator (angle or
distance): Re-aim Micro-wand IIIe.
Micro-wand IIIe is improperly aimed at infrared communicator (angle or
distance): Re-aim Micro-wand IIIe.
Micro-wand IIIe prematurely pulled away from electronic control during
infrared communication: Maintain infrared connection between Microwand IIIe and electronic control during communication.
Micro-wand IIIe prematurely pulled away from electronic control during
infrared communication: Maintain infrared connection between Microwand IIIe and electronic control during communication.
1. Check fill and drain hoses for improper installation and kinks.
2. Check fill electrical circuit: Replace inoperative switches or wires.
Reprogram infrared communicator on.
1. Inoperative coin sensor: Run the Coin Drop Diagnostic test.
2. Coin drop obstruction: Check coin drop area and remove any
obstructions.
3. Customer tampering: Evaluate security procedures.
NOTE: Disconnecting power to the unit may clear the error display.
NOTE: If replacing an inoperative electronic control due to burnt pin(s) on the 6-pin wire harness connector
block, it may be due to damaged terminals in the harness connector. Damaged terminals in the harness
connector will appear burnt or show signs of heat discoloration on the connetor block. Replace the control to
avoid repeated damage.
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19. CANNOT PERFORM INFRARED COMMUNICATION
Attempt to communicate
with the electronic control
from the Micro-wand.
Is
there any
acknowledgement
of any kind from
the electronic
control?
NO
Aim Micro-wand
closer and try
again.
Is
there any
control
response?
NO
Check the following:
– Low battery on Micro-wand.
– Is the (IR) on the control
covered or blocked?
– If needed, replace electronic
control board.
YES
YES
Does
the electronic
control display
"E:OF" or
"– C–" ?
"– C–"
– Is the (IR) cap properly
attached to the Micro-wand?
Communication
sequence checks
out.
"E:OF"
Check the following:
– (IR) disabled by manual prog.
– Is the (IR) on the control
covered or blocked?
– If needed, change electronic
control board.
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20. COINS IGNORED WHEN ENTERED
Start coin drop
diagnostic test.
Enter several coins.
Does
the electronic
control display
coin counter
increment
properly?
YES
Make sure the
control is reset
properly and
prompting for a
vend.
NOTE: In this section, bring the
control out of the diagnostic mode.
Also, make sure the control is not
in a free vend mode.
NO
NOTE: Inspect and test for continuity
the harness between the drop
and electronic control board.
Open
control
panel
Check
coin
drop
Is
connection
"H2" firmly seated
in its receptacle
on the
control?
NO
Reconnect and
run test again.
YES
Is
the 3-pin
connector plug
firmly seated in
its receptacle?
NO
Reconnect and
run test again.
YES
Are
wires exiting
the coin drop
optical sensor
cracked or
broken?
YES
Replace
coin drop.
NO
Retest again, if not successful
the following is the problem:
– Replace coin drop.
If the problem still exists:
– Replace electronic control.
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21. ELECTRONIC CONTROL HAS NO VISIBLE DISPLAY
The electronic control has
no LED or VFD functioning
on the control board.
Is the
power cord
plugged in?
NO
Plug electronic
control unit into
electrical outlet.
YES
Open
control
panel
Is there
voltage at "FS1"
black to "FS2"
white?
YES
NO
Disconnect power and check for
broken, loose, or incorrect wiring from
the electrical outlet to the electronic
control.
NOTE: This voltage check confirms that
main power is present to the control.
Replace electronic
control.
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Notes
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22. NO FILL ANALYSIS
Washer is
not filling.
(#) Numbers next to voltage checks
correspond to the locations marked
on the wiring schematic.
(1)
Is
the display
on?
YES
Are
the water
lines turned
on?
NO
YES
Is the
coin counter
counting down
as coins are
entered in
the drop?
NO
YES
NO
After checking for
correct wiring,
replace inoperative
lid switch.
If the problem still exists, refer to
these other troubleshooting guides:
"Electronic control has no visible display",
or "Coins ignored when entered".
(4)
(3)
Check
Check
voltage at
voltage
the pressure
at control
YES
switch "2" BLU/WHT
"H3-1" to "H3-3",
and to "H3-3",
is there
is there
voltage?
When checking
voltage?
voltage to
neutral, check
between source and
NO
NO
"H3-3" since neutral
for mixing values is
through the thermal
protect on the motor.
Check
voltage at
the pressure
YES
switch "1" PNK/BLU
and to "H3-3",
is there
voltage?
NO
Replace inoperative
wiring.
Replace pressure
switch or
pressure hose.
Replace inoperative
wiring.
YES
NO
Replace inoperative
coin drop.
Turn on water.
(2)
Check
voltage at
the lid switch
pnk/blu "COM"
to "H3-3",
is there
voltage?
Open (5) Voltage
control
check off
panel electronic control
board hot - ORG "H5-1"
YES
to "H3-3" cold - GREY,
"H5-4" to "H3-3" warm "H5-1" and "H5-4"
to "H3-3",
Temps
is there
listed are
voltage?
determined
by what water
temps have been
selected
YES
NO
Replace electronic
control board.
On mixing valve check and replace:
– Inlet screens.
– Wiring and connections.
– Replace coils or mixing valve.
– Check thermal protect and wiring
from thermal protect to "H3-3"
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NO FILL ANALYSIS
4
2
1
5
L1
N
120 VOLTS A.C. 60 HZ.
LID AND UNBALANCE SWITCH
PRESSURE SWITCH
3
1
2
H3-1
H3-1
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
N
COLD
FS-2
PRESSURE SWITCH
AND
WATER CIRCUIT
FS-1
L1
MIXING VALVE
K1
COLD
HOT
LID SWITCH SENSE.
MOTOR DIRECTION
AND CONTROL AND
TIMING CIRCUIT
H5-4
HOT
K2
H5-1
MOTOR SPEED
H3-5
K5
MOTOR START/DIRECTION
H3-4
MOTOR
LOW
3
MOTOR MASTER
7
HIGH
K3
H3-6
K4
1
START
6
H6-2
H3-2
H6-1
H2-3
H2-2
H2-1
H2-5
H2-6
H2-4
AUDIT CONTROL
CIRCUIT
AVAILABLE OUTPUT
TRANSISTOR IS
"OFF" WHEN MACHINE
IS RUNNING
SPIN
TP
4
8
H3-3
3
SCHEMATIC
SERVICE
DOOR
COIN VAULT
AGITATE
COIN DROP
SENSOR
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23. NO MOTOR RUN — AGITATE ANALYSIS
The wash tub has
been filled and
there is no motor
run for agitate.
(#) Numbers next to voltage checks
correspond to the locations marked
on the wiring schematic.
NOTE: All checks in this flow chart
are based on the assumption a
high speed agitate and spin cycle
have been selected.
Is the
washer lid
closed?
NO
Close washer
lid.
YES
Open
control
panel
(1)
Check
voltage at
electronic
control board
BLU "H3-4" to "H3-2"
RED "H3-6" to BRN
"H3-2" is there
voltage?
YES
After checking
for correct wiring,
refer to Section 7
or Paragraph 6.
NO
Replace electronic
control board.
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NO MOTOR RUN — AGITATE ANALYSIS
L1
N
120 VOLTS A.C. 60 HZ.
LID AND
UNBALANCE SWITCH
PRESSURE SWITCH
3
1
2
H3-1
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
1
N
COLD
FS-2
PRESSURE SWITCH
AND
WATER CIRCUIT
FS-1
L1
MIXING VALVE
K1
COLD
HOT
LID SWITCH SENSE.
MOTOR DIRECTION
AND CONTROL AND
TIMING CIRCUIT
H3-1
H5-4
K2
HOT
H5-1
MOTOR SPEED
H3-5
K5
MOTOR START/DIRECTION
H3-4
MOTOR
LOW
3
MOTOR MASTER
7
HIGH
K3
H3-6
K4
1
START
6
H6-2
H3-2
H6-1
H2-3
H2-2
H2-1
H2-5
H2-6
H2-4
AUDIT CONTROL
CIRCUIT
AGITATE
SPIN
TP
4
8
H3-3
AVAILABLE OUTPUT
TRANSISTOR IS
"OFF" WHEN MACHINE
IS RUNNING
SCHEMATIC
SERVICE
DOOR
COIN VAULT
COIN DROP
SENSOR
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24. NO MOTOR RUN — SPIN ANALYSIS
(#) Numbers next to voltage checks
correspond to the locations marked
on the wiring schematic.
The washer will
not spin.
NOTE: All checks in this flow chart
are based on the assumption a
high speed agitate and spin cycle
have been selected.
Is the
"unbalance"
indicator flashing
on the electronic
control?
YES
2) Check lid/unbalance
switch correct wiring.
3) Possible thermal overload
on motor.
NO
Open
control
panel
1) Open lid and close
to reset switch.
(1)
Check
voltage at
electronic control
board
BLU "H3-4" to "H3-6"
BRN "H3-2" to "H3-6",
is there
voltage?
YES
After checking
for correct wiring,
refer to Section 7
or Paragraph 6.
NO
Replace electronic
control board.
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NO MOTOR RUN — SPIN ANALYSIS
L1
N
120 VOLTS A.C. 60 HZ.
LID AND
UNBALANCE SWITCH
PRESSURE SWITCH
3
1
2
H3-1
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
1
N
COLD
FS-2
PRESSURE SWITCH
AND
WATER CIRCUIT
FS-1
L1
MIXING VALVE
K1
COLD
HOT
LID SWITCH SENSE.
MOTOR DIRECTION
AND CONTROL AND
TIMING CIRCUIT
H3-1
H5-4
K2
HOT
H5-1
MOTOR SPEED
H3-5
K5
MOTOR START/DIRECTION
H3-4
MOTOR
LOW
3
MOTOR MASTER
7
HIGH
K3
H3-6
K4
1
START
6
H6-2
H3-2
H6-1
H2-3
H2-2
H2-1
H2-5
H2-6
H2-4
AUDIT CONTROL
CIRCUIT
AGITATE
SPIN
TP
4
8
H3-3
AVAILABLE OUTPUT
TRANSISTOR IS
"OFF" WHEN MACHINE
IS RUNNING
SCHEMATIC
SERVICE
DOOR
COIN VAULT
COIN DROP
SENSOR
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25. OVERFLOW ANALYSIS
Washer has
overflowed.
Open
control
panel
(#) Numbers next to voltage checks
correspond to the locations marked
on the wiring schematic.
(1)
Check
voltage at
pressure switch
BLU/WHT "2" to "H3-3"
when wash tub
is full, is there
voltage?
NO
YES
After checking for
correct wiring, replace
pressure switch or
pressure hose.
NOTE: The diaphragms on the mixing valve
may lock open. The way to test this
problem is to unplug the washer
and see whether the mixing valve
allows water to come in. If this
happens, replace the mixing valve.
Check for a
locked open
mixing valve.
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OVERFLOW ANALYSIS
1
L1
N
120 VOLTS A.C. 60 HZ.
LID AND
UNBALANCE SWITCH
PRESSURE SWITCH
3
1
2
H3-1
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
N
COLD
FS-2
PRESSURE SWITCH
AND
WATER CIRCUIT
FS-1
L1
MIXING VALVE
K1
COLD
HOT
LID SWITCH SENSE.
MOTOR DIRECTION
AND CONTROL AND
TIMING CIRCUIT
H3-1
H3-4
K2
HOT
H3-1
MOTOR SPEED
H3-5
K5
MOTOR START/DIRECTION
H3-4
MOTOR
LOW
3
MOTOR MASTER
7
HIGH
K3
H3-6
K4
1
START
6
H6-2
H3-2
H6-1
H2-3
H2-2
H2-1
H2-5
H2-6
H2-4
AUDIT CONTROL
CIRCUIT
AGITATE
SPIN
TP
4
8
H3-3
AVAILABLE OUTPUT
TRANSISTOR IS
"OFF" WHEN MACHINE
IS RUNNING
SCHEMATIC
SERVICE
DOOR
COIN VAULT
COIN DROP
SENSOR
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26. AUDIT SWITCH FUNCTION ANALYSIS
NOTE: Usually review two consecutive audit reports
before sending service personnel to investigate.
Remember, the audit system may be detecting
tampering of the EC unit.
Incorrect audit counts:
Coin drop.
Service door.
Coin vault.
Cycle.
In audit report analysis, the EC computer operator
will have to determine, from the audit reports, what
the servicer should examine on the EC units.
If the servicer cannot find a particular problem,
consult the appropriate audit reports for further analysis.
Service
door
diagnostic test
"Service Door
Opening Test"
does the door
pass the
test?
Coin drop
diagnostic test
YES
"Coin Drop Input Test"
does the drop
pass the
test?
NO
Cycle
test
YES
Coin vault
diagnostic test
"Coin Vault
Opening Test"
does the vault
pass the
test?
NO
NO
Check wiring and
connections.
Replace coin drop.
YES
Run a
complete
wash cycle and
review the manual
audit or Micro-wand
"Display Counts"
does the cycle
counter
advance?
Check wiring and
connections.
Replace service
door switch.
YES
NO
Check wiring and
connections.
Replace coin
vault switch.
Replace electronic
control board.
Exit diagnostic test
Investigate
–Tampering.
– Service door and mach
cycle var reports.
The audit coin count will
not advance in the diagnostic
cycle.
Micro-wand or manual EC
control audit will have to be
accessed to determine whether
audit counters are advancing.
Is the
audit coin
counter
advancing?
Investigate
– Tampering.
– Coin vault and
collection
reports.
Investigate
– Tampering.
– Service door and
mach cycle var
reports.
NOTE: In the cycle audit test, the cycle count will not
advance on a "rapid advance" cycle. The manual
control audit or Micro-wand "show counts" will
have to be accessed to determine whether audit
counters are advancing. Also, the cycle count
does not activate until the end of the cycle.
YES
Investigate
– Tampering.
– Coin vault and
service door
opening reports.
– Machine/cycle
var reports.
NO
Check for proper wiring
and connections.
After wiring has been
confirmed correct, replace
electronic control board.
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Grounding
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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27. WALL RECEPTACLE POLARITY CHECK
Refer to Figure 2.
Ground
Neutral
L1
Neutral
Side
115±12
V.A.C.
NOTE: Have a qualified
electrician check polarity of wall
receptacle. If a voltage reading is
measured other than that listed
on washer nameplate, the
qualified electrician should
correct the problem.
0
V.A.C.
115±12
V.A.C.
Round
Grounding
Prong
NOTE: Refer to the washer
nameplate for proper voltage
and Hertz the washer is designed
to operate on.
W011GE3A
Figure 2
28. POWER CORD TO CONTROL HOOD, CONTROL HOOD TO THE CONTROL PANEL FRAME
Refer to Figure 3.
Ground
Wires
Ground
Wires
W285SE3A
Figure 3
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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29. CONTROL HOOD WIRE HARNESS TO TOP LEFT REAR CORNER GUSSET OF CABINET
Refer to Figure 4.
Ground
Wire
Corner
Gusset
Ground
Screw
Ground
Wires
W013GE3A
Figure 4
30. WIRE HARNESS TO MOTOR
Refer to Figure 5.
Ground
Wire
Harness
Connection
Block
W329SE3C
Figure 5
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Service Procedures
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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IMPORTANT: When reference is made to
directions (right or left) in this manual, it is from the
operator's position facing the front of the washer.
Panel
Attaching
Screws
31. CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
a. CONTROL PANEL:
(1) Remove two control panel attaching
screws and lay assembly forward on a
protective pad on cabinet top. Refer to
Figure 6.
(2) Unplug wire harness quick disconnect
blocks, two ground wires and leads from
pressure switch and loading door switch.
Refer to Figure 7.
PERMANENT
PRESS
ALL FABRIC
UNBALANCED
LOAD
WARM
COLD
HOT
IN USE
WASH
TEMERATURE
RINSE
PERM. PRESS
NORMAL
DELICATE
Commercial
Washer
SPIN
FABRIC SELECTOR
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
reconnecting wire harnesses, ground and switch
leads.
W284SE1A
Figure 6
Disconnect
Blocks
Ground
Wires
Pressure
Switch
Disconnect
Blocks
Indicator
Light
Ground
Wires
W285SE3B
Figure 7
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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b. SPEED OR WASH TEMPERATURE
SWITCH:
(1) Remove two control panel attaching
screws and lay assembly forward on
protective pad on cabinet top.
(2) Loosen setscrew holding switch knob to
switch shaft. Refer to Figure 8.
(3) Remove knurled nut holding switch to
control panel. Refer to Figure 8.
Wash
Temperature
Switch
NOTE: Lockwasher must be between switch and
control panel when installing switch. Refer to
Figure 8.
Lockwasher
Panel Screw
(4) Disconnect wires from switch.
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring switch.
c. INDICATOR LIGHTS - (Unbalanced Load
in Use, Rinse or Spin) Refer to Figure 7.
(1) Remove two control panel attaching
screws and lay assembly forward on
protective pad on cabinet top.
(2) Disconnect wires from light.
NOTE: Refer to wiring diagram when rewiring
light.
(3) Squeeze locking tabs together and pull
light out rear of control panel.
d. PRESSURE SWITCH:
(1) Remove two control panel attaching
screws and lay assembly forward on
protective pad on cabinet top.
(2) Remove two screws holding switch to
cabinet top.
(3) Pull switch out of control hood far enough
to disconnect pressure hose and wires from
switch.
Speed
Switch
UNBALANCED
LOAD
WARM
COLD
HOT
IN USE
WASH TEMERA
TURE
RINSE
PERM. PRESS
NORMAL
DELICATE
FABRIC SELECT
SPIN
OR
Setscrew
Knob
Knurled
Nut
W235SE1B
Figure 8
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring pressure switch.
IMPORTANT: When installing pressure switch,
blow air into hose before connecting hose to switch
to remove any moisture that may have accumulated
in hose.
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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e. CONTROL PANEL OVERLAY (Removal):
(1) Remove control panel attaching screws
and lay assembly forward on protective
pad on cabinet top.
(2) Loosen setscrews holding switch knobs to
switch shafts. Refer to Figure 8.
(3) Remove knurled nuts holding switches to
control panel. Refer to Figure 8.
NOTE: Lockwashers must be between switches and
control panel when installing switches. Refer to
Figure 8.
(4) Disconnect wires from switches and
indicator lights.
f. CONTROL PANEL OVERLAY
(Installation):
NOTE: Before removing protective backing from
new overlay, check fit of overlay to control panel
frame. Switch holes are the locating guides.
(1) Once panel overlay is fitted to the front of
control panel frame, carefully peel
protective backing from the left end of
panel overlay and press into place.
(2) Remove rest of protective backing from
panel overlay and firmly press overlay into
place on control panel frame.
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring switches and indicator lights.
(5) Remove control panel overlay by peeling it
from control panel frame.
NOTE: Control panel overlay has an adhesive
backing.
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Section 5 Service Procedures
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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32. TIMER ASSEMBLY
a. TIMER REMOVAL (Metered Models):
NOTE: DO NOT attempt to repair timer.
(1) Unlock and remove meter case service
door.
(2) Remove timer bracket cap screw. Refer to
Figure 9.
(3) Slide timer bracket left to disengage
bracket from shoulder screw. Lift timer
and bracket up and out of meter case
through service door opening as far as
wires will permit.
NOTE: If only replacing clutch, proceed to step 7.
(4) Disengage wire harness terminal block
plug from timer by pressing in movable
locking tabs (located on each side of
terminal block plug). Refer to Figure 10.
Then pull terminal block plug away from
timer.
(5) Disconnect ground wire from terminal on
timer. Refer to Figure 10.
IMPORTANT: To avoid an open circuit, DO NOT
pull on terminal block wires when removing block
from timer as this could damage wires or terminal
crimpings. Before attaching wire harness terminal
blocks to timer, be sure all male terminals on timer
are straight and are capable of accepting terminals
from wire harness terminal blocks.
IMPORTANT: Be careful not to dislodge or damage
two timer motor lead wires while handling timer.
NOTE: To avoid timer damage, do not allow timer
to be struck on corners, edges of frame or on timer
shaft.
(6) Remove two screws holding timer to timer
bracket. Refer to Figure 10.
(7) Loosen setscrew holding clutch to timer
shaft. Refer to Figure 11.
Locking
Tabs
Timer
Ground
Wire
Cap
Screw
Meter
Case
Timer
Timer
Bracket
Timer
Bracket
Attaching
Screws
Ground Wire
Terminal
Terminal
Block Plug
W237SE1A
Figure 10
W334SE1C
Figure 9
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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b. TIMER INSTALLATION (Metered
Models):
(1) Place clutch on timer shaft and tighten
setscrew. Refer to Figure 11.
NOTE: When installing clutch, be sure clutch
moves freely after setscrew is tightened.
(2) Attach timer to timer bracket using two
screws.
(3) Reconnect wire harness terminal block
plug and ground wire to timer.
(4) Carefully place timer and timer bracket
down inside meter case so keyhole slot in
bracket fits over the head of shoulder
screw. Refer to Figure 9.
(5) After positioning timer bracket over
shoulder screw, slide timer and bracket
forward until bottom front of bracket
contacts rear of coin vault in meter case.
Refer to Figure 9.
(6) While holding timer bracket up against rear
of coin vault, install cap screw and tighten
firmly. Refer to Figure 9.
(7) Make sure wire harness is routed along
bottom of meter case so it will not interfere
with any moving parts in meter case.
c. TIMER REMOVAL (Nonmetered Models):
(1) Loosen two setscrews holding timer knob
to timer shaft. Refer to Figure 12.
(2) Remove four screws and lockwashers
holding timer and plate to timer case. Refer
to Figure 12.
NOTE: When reinstalling timer and plate,
lockwashers must be between heads of screws and
timer plate.
(3) Pull timer and plate out of timer case as far
as wires will permit.
NOTE: Disconnect ground wire from ground
terminal on timer.
(4) Pull wire harness and blocks through into
timer case; then disconnect timer harness
from control hood harness at quick
disconnect block.
(5) Remove two screws holding timer to timer
plate. Refer to Figure 12.
(6) Disconnect wires from timer.
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring timer.
Setscrew
Clutch
W238SE1A
Figure 11
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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33. METER OR TIMER CASE ASSEMBLY
a. METER CASE REMOVAL (Metered
Models):
(1) Remove two control panel attaching
screws and lay assembly forward on
protective pad on cabinet top. Refer to
Figure 6.
(2) Disconnect timer harness from control
hood harness at disconnect blocks. Refer to
Figure 7.
(3) Remove timer assembly. Refer to
Paragraph 32.
(4) Remove cap screw, lockwashers and nut
holding meter case to end of control hood.
(5) Remove coin drawer.
(6) Remove shoulder screw and cap screw
from inside meter case.
NOTE: When installing meter case, shoulder screw
must be installed in outer hole to enable timer
bracket to slide under screw head. Refer to Figure 9.
(7) Remove front panel assembly. Refer to
Paragraph 36.
(8) Remove carriage bolts and locknuts
holding meter case to cabinet top.
(9) Carefully remove meter case from cabinet
top.
b. TIMER CASE REMOVAL (Nonmetered
Models):
(1) Remove timer from timer case. Refer to
Paragraph 32, step c.
(2) Remove two control panel attaching
screws and lay assembly forward on a
protective pad on cabinet top. Refer to
Figure 6.
(3) Remove cap screw, lockwashers and nut
holding timer case to control hood. Refer to
Figure 13.
(4) Remove front panel assembly. Refer to
Paragraph 36.
(5) Tape loading door closed and lift cabinet
top to a vertical position.
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Lockwasher
Timer Plate
Attaching Screw
Timer
Knob
Screws
Timer
Case
Timer
Attaching
Screw
Timer
W239SE1A
Figure 12
(6) Remove carriage bolts, vinyl washers,
lockwashers, and nuts holding timer case
to cabinet top.
(7) Support timer case and remove screw and
fiber washer holding rear of case to cabinet
top.
Timer
Case
Screw
Timer Case
Attaching Hardware
W240SE1A
Figure 13
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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34. DRAIN HOSE ELBOW
a. Loosen hose clamp and remove drain hose from
elbow. Refer to Figure 14.
b. Remove screws holding elbow to rear of
washer cabinet. Refer to Figure 14.
c. Pull elbow out through opening in cabinet far
enough to loosen inner clamp, then loosen
clamp and remove elbow from inner hose.
NOTE: When installing elbow on inner hose, DO
NOT allow hose inside of washer to twist! Direct
elbow toward drain receptacle and secure elbow to
washer cabinet.
35. LOADING DOOR
a. Open loading door. Refer to Figure 15.
b. Remove two screws holding left hinge to door
and remove hinge. Refer to Figure 15.
c. With loading door raised to vertical position,
swing left side of door toward front of washer.
Refer to Figure 16, procedure one.
d. Rotate loading door so door is upside down.
Refer to Figure 16, procedure two.
e. Remove loading door, right door hinge and
bushing from cabinet top. Refer to Figure 16,
procedure three.
NOTE: Reverse procedures when installing loading
door.
Loading
Door
Hinge
Attaching
Screws
Elbow
Attaching
Screws
Drain
Hose
Hose
Clamp
Figure 14
W242SE1A
Left
Hinge
Right
Hinge
W287SE1A
Figure 15
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Procedure One
Door
Front
W288SE3A
Procedure Two
Door
Front
W289SE3A
Procedure Three
Door
Front
W290SE3A
Figure 16
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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36. FRONT PANEL ASSEMBLY
a. Remove two screws from bottom edge of front
panel. Refer to Figure 17.
b. Pull bottom of panel away from washer until
hold-down clips (located on top flange of
panel) disengage from slots in cabinet top.
HOLD-DOWN CLIPS:
Compress hold-down clips enough to remove
them from slots in top flange of panel.
GUIDE LUGS:
Remove screws holding guide lugs to side flanges
of front panel.
BRACE:
Remove screws holding brace to side flanges of
front panel. Remove brace from front panel by
swinging one end toward bottom of front panel
and remove brace.
Cabinet Top
Hold Down
Screws
Hold-Down
Clip
Front Panel
Screws
W292SE3A
Figure 17
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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37. BELTS
a. PUMP BELT (Removal or Installation):
(1) Remove front panel. Refer to Paragraph
36.
(2) Remove front mounting screw and loosen
rear mounting screws holding pump and
bracket to washer base. Refer to Figure 18.
Pivot entire assembly toward motor to
loosen belt tension.
NOTE: Rear holes in pump mounting bracket are
slotted; therefore, it is not necessary to remove rear
screws.
(3) Run belt off motor pulley, then remove belt
from pump pulley.
NOTE: After installing pump belt, adjust belt.
Refer to Paragraph 63.
b. DRIVE BELT (Removal):
(1) Remove front panel. Refer to Paragraph
36.
(2) Remove front mounting screws and loosen
rear mounting screw holding pump and
bracket to washer base. Pivot entire
assembly toward motor to loosen belt
tension. Refer to Figure 18.
(3) Reach in through front of motor mount and
move idler lever to the left to release
tension on belt.
IMPORTANT: Use care when releasing idler lever
tension. If idler spring or helper spring are
overstretched, washer operation will be affected.
(4) While holding idler lever, reach in and
around right side of motor and run belt off
right side of large drive pulley. Refer to
Figure 21.
(5) Remove belt from motor pulley and pull
belt out through front of motor mount.
IMPORTANT: Drive belt MUST be replaced with
belt (special clutch-type belt) for proper washer
operation. (60 Hertz models Part No. 28808;
50 Hertz models, Part No. 35517)
Pump
Belt
Pump
Bracket
Mounting
Screws
W283SE1E
BELT DRIVEN PUMP
Figure 18
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Drain
Elbow
Screw
Hose Clamp
Hose
Clamp
Pump-to-Elbow
Hose
Outer Tub
Drain
Hose
Hose
Clip
Hose Clamp
Tub-to-Pump
Hose
Hose
Coupler
Pump
Assembly
Hose Support
Screw
Hose
Clamps
Pump
Mounting
Bracket
Pump
Mounting
Screw
W192PE3D
Figure 19
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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c. DRIVE BELT (Installation):
NOTE: If new belt is replacing a burned belt, motor
pulley "V" groove must be polished with a fine (320
grit) emery cloth to remove rubber residue. Residue
will affect washer's spin operation.
(1) Push belt in through front of motor mount
and place belt on motor pulley.
(2) Reach in and around right side of motor
and, starting with belt on right side of large
drive pulley, run belt onto pulley.
(3) Reach in through front of motor mount and
move idler lever to the left.
IMPORTANT: Use care when releasing idler lever
tension. If idler spring or helper spring are
overstretched, washer operation will be affected.
(4) While holding idler lever, reach in and
around right side of motor and place belt on
idler pulley. IDLER PULLEY MUST
RIDE ON OUTSIDE OF BELT.
NOTE: Drive belt adjustment is not required after
installation.
(5) Install pump belt and adjust. Refer to
Paragraph 63.
Helper
Spring
The round spring
hook must be
hooked in rear
hole for proper
idler lever operation
Motor
Mounting
Bracket
W248SE3B
Figure 20
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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38. MOTOR AND MOUNTING BRACKET
a. Remove washer belts. Refer to Paragraph 37.
b. Disconnect wire harness from motor switch by
pressing down on locking tab on top of
connection block and at the same time pull
connection block away from motor switch.
Refer to Figure 21.
c. Remove four screws holding motor and
mounting bracket to washer base. Refer to
Figure 21. Then lift complete assembly out of
washer.
d. Remove nuts, steel washers, spacers and rubber
mounts holding motor to mounting bracket. Lift
motor off mounting bracket and remove
balance of rubber mounts and steel washers
from motor mounting studs. Refer to Figure 22.
39. IDLER LEVER AND PULLEY
a. Remove washer belts. Refer to Paragraph 37.
b. Disconnect wire harness from motor switch by
pressing down on locking tab on top of
connection block and at the same time pull
connection block away from motor switch.
Refer to Figure 21.
c. Remove four screws holding motor and
mounting bracket to the washer base. Refer to
Figure 21. Then lift complete assembly out of
washer.
d. Remove nut, washer and bolt holding idler
lever and pulley to motor mounting bracket.
NOTE: Refer to Figure 22 for idler lever and pulley
assembly sequence.
IMPORTANT: When installing motor on mounting
bracket, position motor with switch facing toward
left side of mounting bracket.
e. Apply No. 03637P Lubricant to area of idler
lever that makes contact with motor mounting
bracket.
NOTE: Refer to Figure 22 for motor and mounting
bracket assembly sequence.
Locking
Tab
Switch
Attaching Screw
Connection
Block
Motor
Switch
Motor Mount
Attaching Screws
W267SE3A
Figure 21
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Nut/Screw
(Attachment
Varies by Model)
Motor
Shield
Motor
Assembly
Motor
Switch
Roll Pin
Motor Pulley
(Pump)
Motor
Pulley
Roll Pin
Motor Mount
Post
Helper
Spring
Locknut
Motor Mount
(Rubber)
Locknut
Screw
Idler
Lever
Screw
Washer
Motor Mount
(Rubber)
Mounting
Bracket
Spring
Clip
Shoulder
Bolt
Idler Pulley
Motor Mount
Post
Locknut
Idler
Shaft
Washer
(Felt)
Belt
(Agitate and
Spin)
Washer
(Nylatron)
Retainer
Ring
Belt
(Pump)
W122PE3D
Figure 22
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
40. MOTOR DRIVE PULLEY OR PUMP
PULLEY
a. Remove washer belts. Refer to Paragraph 37.
b. Disconnect wire harness from motor switch by
pressing down on locking tab on top of
connection block and at the same time pull
connection block away from motor switch.
Refer to Figure 21.
c. Remove four screws holding motor and
mounting bracket to washer base. Refer to
Figure 21. Then lift complete assembly out of
washer.
d. Lay motor and mounting bracket on its side.
NOTE: To remove pulleys, support motor shaft (to
prevent bending drive shaft) and drive out pulley
roll pins.
41. MOTOR SWITCH
a. Remove front panel assembly. Refer to
Paragraph 36.
b. Remove two nuts or screws holding motor
shield to motor and remove shield. Refer to
Figure 21.
c. Disconnect wire harness from motor switch by
pressing down on locking tab on top of
connection block and at the same time pull
connection block away from motor switch.
Refer to Figure 21.
IMPORTANT: To avoid an open circuit, DO NOT
pull on terminal block wires when removing block
from motor switch as this could damage wires or
connection or connection crimpings. Before
attaching wire harness connection block to motor
switch, be sure all male terminals on motor switch
are straight and are capable of accepting terminals
from the wire harness connection block.
d. Remove screw holding motor switch to motor
and remove switch. Refer to Figure 21.
e. Disconnect internal motor leads from motor
switch terminals.
NOTE: Refer to Wiring Schematics, SECTION 10
for rewiring internal switch wires.
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42. PUMP ASSEMBLY
a. Remove pump belt. Refer to Paragraph 37.
b. Remove rear mounting screws holding pump
and bracket to washer base.
c. Slide pump and mounting bracket toward rear
of washer and lift assembly out of washer.
d. Loosen hose clamps and remove hoses from
pump assembly. Refer to Figure 18.
IMPORTANT: There will always be some water
that will remain in outer tub. Therefore, before
removing hoses from pump, hoses will have to be
pinched off or drained to prevent water spillage.
e. Remove four screws holding pump to mounting
bracket. Refer to Figure 23.
NOTE: Refer to Figure 23 for pump and mounting
bracket assembly sequence.
Pump
Assembly
Mounting
Bracket to
Base Screw
Pump
Mounting
Bracket
Hex Head
Screw
W250SE1A
Figure 23
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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43. AGITATOR
a. Open loading door.
b. Remove agitator by placing two agitator hooks,
No. 254P4P, under bottom edge of agitator.
Refer to Figure 24.
IMPORTANT: Hooks should be positioned 180
degrees apart and must be placed under agitator
vane for greater stability. If hooks are placed
between vanes, damage to agitator may occur.
c. Using a rocking motion (back and forth)
carefully lift agitator off drive bell.
No. 254P4P
Agitator
Hooks
44. CABINET TOP ASSEMBLY
a. Remove front panel. Refer to Paragraph 36.
b. METERED MODELS:
(1) Remove timer assembly. Refer to
Paragraph 32, step a.
(2) Remove shoulder screw and cap screw
from inside meter case.
c. Remove two cabinet top hold-down screws.
Refer to Figure 17.
NOTE: When lowering cabinet top into position or
reinstalling cabinet top, pivot outer tub forward far
enough to prevent damaging (bending) out-ofbalance switch lever.
d. Tape loading door closed and lift cabinet top to
a vertical position by hinging it on the rear
hold-down brackets.
NOTE: Cabinet top is self supporting, however, a
small chain may be used for additional support.
Refer to Figure 25.
Chain
Agitator
W247SE1A
Figure 24
W252SE1A
Figure 25
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
45. CABINET TOP ASSEMBLY REMOVAL
a. Open control panel assembly. Refer to
Paragraph 31.
b. Disconnect pressure hose from pressure switch.
corner gusset of washer cabinet. Refer to
Figure 26.
h. Disconnect wires from mixing valve solenoids
at rear of washer. Refer to Figure 26.
IMPORTANT: When installing pressure hose, blow
air into hose before connecting hose to switch to
remove any moisture that may have accumulated in
the hose.
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring mixing valve solenoids.
c. Push base wire harness block and pressure hose
down through hole in cabinet top.
d. Tape loading door closed.
e. Open cabinet top assembly. Refer to Paragraph
44.
f. Lift front of cabinet top slightly and pull
forward to disengage from rear hold-down
brackets.
g. Pull top forward far enough to permit
disconnecting ground wires from top rear
Corner
Gusset
Ground
Wire
i. Carefully lift cabinet top off washer and set on
protective padding.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of serious injury, be
careful not to damage door switch and outof-balance switch assembly when removing
cabinet top.
Pressure
Hose
Mixing
Valve
Wire
Harness
Disconnect
Blocks
W253SE3A
Figure 26
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
46. AGITATOR DRIVE BELL AND SEAL KIT,
NO. 36443P
IMPORTANT: If water is present in washtub, spin
and pump out before attempting to remove drive
bell and seal assembly.
Jaw
Wing
Nuts
a. Remove agitator. Refer to Paragraph 43.
b. Remove plug, screw and o-ring washer from
top of drive bell.
NOTE: Use No. 294P4 Drive Bell Tool to remove
drive bell from transmission shaft.
Jaw
Bolt
Drive
Bell
Large
Nut
Wide
Slot
W298SE1A
Indent
Wing
Nut
Jaws
Jaw
Lip
L021IE1A
Figure 27
NOTE: Drive Bell Tool, No. 253P4, must be
updated with jaws, No. 294P4A, and Bolt, No.
294P4B, to remove the 36443 Drive Bell.
c. Back bolt out of 294P4 Drive Bell Tool
approximately three quarters of the way. Refer
to Figure 27.
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Figure 28
d. Place tool over drive bell, making sure indent
on jaws line up with side slots on drive bell.
Refer to Figure 28.
e. Thread bolt down through hole in top of drive
bell until it bottoms out.
f. Place lip of each jaw under bottom edge of
drive bell, making sure indent on jaws line up
with wide slots on drive bell. Tighten wing nuts
on tool to hold jaws firmly against drive bell.
Refer to Figure 28.
g. Using an adjustable wrench, turn large nut on
tool counterclockwise to pull drive bell from
transmission output shaft. Refer to Figure 29.
IMPORTANT: If large nut is turned clockwise
when pulling drive bell, you will twist off the
quarter inch bolt.
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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Turn Adjustable Wrench
Counterclockwise
To Remove Drive Bell
Hex
Nut
Transmission
Output Shaft
Hub
Assembly
W293SE1A
Washer
Bronze
Bearing
Hub Shoulder
W294SE1A
Figure 29
h. After drive bell has been pulled, remove tool
and drive bell by turning quarter inch bolt out of
transmission output shaft.
i. Loosen wing nuts and remove drive bell from
tool.
j. Remove old seal from hub assembly by:
(1) Placing a flat bladed screwdriver between
bottom edge of seal and hub.
(2) Using washtub bolts as a pry area pop off
lower seal bead.
(3) Grasping bottom of seal pull straight up
freeing upper seal bead.
k. Thoroughly clean all foreign material from seal
mounting area of hub assembly, bronze bearing
and washer. Refer to Figure 30.
l. Lubricate new seal with liquid soap or soapy
water to aid in assembly of seal onto hub. Refer
to Figure 31.
m. Apply a small amount of supplied grease, No.
36765P, to inside sealing lips of seal. Refer to
Figure 31.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT allow any lubricants to
come in contact with outside surface of seal.
n. Apply remainder of supplied grease, Part No.
36765P, to exposed surface of washer between
transmission output shaft and seal.
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Figure 30
Apply Grease To
Inside Sealing Lips
Hub
Assembly
Transmission
Output Shaft
Seal
W295SE1B
Figure 31
o. Place new drive bell seal onto hub and carefully
push into position using large end of No. 293P4
Seal Tool. Refer to Figure 32.
IMPORTANT: Using a small pocket mirror, check
entire circumference of bottom seal flange to make
sure seal is pressed down against shoulder on hub;
there should be no gap!
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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293P4
Seal Tool
Hub
Assembly
INSTALLING DRIVE BELL:
a. Position new drive bell over transmission
output shaft. Rotate drive bell until splines in
drive bell line up with splines on transmission
output shaft.
b. Place No. 294P4 Bell Tool over top of drive
bell. Screw bolt into transmission output shaft
until it bottoms out.
NOTE: It is not necessary to clamp tool jaws on
drive bell during this operation.
W296SE1A
Figure 32
p. Turn the No. 293P4 Seal Tool upside-down and
place the small end over transmission output
shaft and onto the seal. Refer to Figure 33.
NOTE: Tighten new shoulder screw to
approximately 60 to 80 inch-pounds.
Hub
Shoulder
Top of
Seal
f. Place new plug over hole in drive bell and
firmly press into place using palm of your hand.
NOTE: It may be necessary to insert the end of a
paper clip along side of plug as it is pressed into
drive bell to release entrapped air.
Hub
Assembly
Apply
36765P
Grease
(Step n)
Bottom
Seal Flange
W297SE1A
Figure 33
q. Push down on tool with a quick motion until it
bottoms out and the top of seal is fully seated.
Refer to Figure 33.
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c. Using an adjustable wrench, turn large nut on
tool clockwise to force drive bell down onto
transmission shaft until drive bell bottoms out
on shaft.
d. Turn quarter inch bolt out of transmission shaft
and remove tool.
e. Place new o-ring onto new shoulder screw.
Thread shoulder screw down through hole in
top of drive bell and into transmission shaft.
IMPORTANT: When fully seated plug should not
extend above drive bell more than 1/8 in. (3.2 mm).
g. Place agitator on top of drive bell. Slowly rotate
agitator until fingers on underside of agitator
line up with large slots on drive bell.
h. A sharp blow on top of agitator with palm of
your hand will force agitator down onto drive
bell, allowing fingers on underside of agitator
to lock under bottom edge of drive bell.
NOTE: Do not push agitator onto drive bell any
further than necessary.
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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47. OUT-OF-BALANCE SWITCH ASSEMBLY
a. Open control panel assembly. Refer to
Paragraph 31.
b. Move switch lever off switch plunger by
moving lever back under cabinet top. Refer to
Figure 35.
c. Remove switch as follows:
SWITCH CLIP MODELS:
(1) Place blade of a small screwdriver, or
similar device, between front of switch and
switch holder. Refer to Figure 34.
(2) Slide blade to the left to disengage switch
clip tab holding switch to switch holder.
Refer to Figure 35.
(3) Disengage opposite end of switch clip tab
from holder and remove switch out through
opening in cabinet top.
(4) Remove switch clip from old switch and
place through holes in new switch. Refer to
Figure 36.
(5) Place switch tool, Part No. 272P4, over
switch clip tabs as shown in Figure 36.
(6) Carefully place switch down into switch
holder; line up the switch clip tabs with
slots in switch holder. Refer to Figure 37.
(7) Place a putty knife, or similar device, on
backside of switch clip and push on switch
clip as you carefully pull the switch tool
out between switch and holder, allowing
switch clip tabs to engage with slots in
holder. Refer to Figure 38.
TAPPING SCREW MODELS:
(1) Place a thin piece of metal or paper in front
of switch to keep screws from falling
through holes in switch holder.
(2) Using a l/4 in. open-end wrench loosen
tapping screws securing switch to switch
holder. Refer to Figure 34.
(3) Withdraw switch and screws from switch
holder.
(4) Insert tapping screws into holes in switch.
(5) Place a thin piece of metal or paper in front
of switch to keep screws from falling
through holes in switch holder.
(6) Place switch assembly into switch holder.
Refer to Figure 34.
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(7) Tighten tapping screws using a 1/4 in.
open-end wrench.
Screwdriver
Cabinet
Top
Screwdriver
Switch Clip
Tabs
W172SE1A
SWITCH CLIP INSTALLATION
Cabinet
Top
Tapping
Screws
W273SE1A
TAPPING SCREW INSTALLATION
Figure 34
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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NOTE: Make sure switch is secure within holder by
wigging it back and forth.
d. Reset switch lever by raising and lowering
loading door.
NOTE: Be sure switch lever tab locates itself on top
of switch plunger.
272P4
Switch
Tool
e. Reconnect wires to switch terminals.
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring switch.
Switch
f. Reinstall control panel assembly on cabinet top.
Cabinet
Top
Switch
Clip
Tabs
Push
Here
W174SE1A
Figure 36
Switch
Lever
Cabinet
Top
272P4
Switch Tool
W171SE1A
Figure 35
Switch
Clips
W175SE1A
Switch Holder
Slots
Switch
Holder
Figure 37
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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272P4
Switch
Tool
Ground
Screw
Putty
Knife
Filler
Hose
Mixing
Valve
Attaching
Screws
Cabinet
Top
Slot
C
H
Switch
Clip Tabs
Switch
Holder
W176SE1A
Figure 38
48. MIXING VALVE ASSEMBLY
a. Open cabinet top assembly. Refer to Paragraph
44.
b. Remove two screws holding mixing valve to
mounting bracket at rear of washer cabinet.
Refer to Figure 39.
NOTE: When installing mixing valve, tab on
bottom flange must be placed in positioning hole in
mounting bracket.
Wire
Harness
Disconnect
Terminals
Hose
Clamp
W322SE1A
Figure 39
c. Pull mixing valve out toward front of washer
far enough to permit disconnecting water inlet
and fill hoses from mixing valve. Refer to
Figure 39.
d. Remove wires and quick disconnect blocks
from mixing valve solenoid terminals. Refer to
Figure 39.
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring solenoid.
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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Hose
Clamp
Filler
Hose
Line On
Cover
Outer
Tub Cover
Hold-Down
Tabs
273P4
Tub Cover
Tool
W254SE3A
Figure 40
49. OUTER TUB COVER AND CLOTHES
GUARD
a. Remove agitator. Refer to Paragraph 43.
b. Open cabinet top. Refer to Paragraph 44.
c. Loosen hose clamp and remove filler hose
from outer tub cover. Refer to Figure 40.
NOTE: When installing filler hose, white line on
hose must be aligned with line located on top side of
outer tub cover. Refer to Figure 40.
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d. There are eight tub cover hold-down tabs that
snap over the outer tub flange. Using special
tub cover tool, Part No. 273P4, insert two
prongs of tool underneath each side of tandem
tabs. Tilt tool toward center of tub cover and at
the same time lift upward on cover to unsnap
hold-down tabs from outer tub flange. One by
one, disengage each of the eight hold-down tabs
from outer tub flange and remove cover. Refer
to Figure 40.
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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IMPORTANT: When installing outer tub cover,
always use a new cover gasket.
NOTE: Clean and remove any foreign material in
gasket groove of outer tub cover and outer tub
flange.
NOTE: Tub cover tool Part No. 273P4 is designed to
spread open hold-down tabs to prevent tearing of
gasket during installation.
h. With tub cover tilted at approximately a 45
degree angle, insert the positioning pin into
notch on outer tub flange. Refer to Figure 42.
i. Lower cover and push down firmly on top of
hold down tabs until tabs snap over edge of
outer tub flange.
j. Cross over to opposite side of tub cover and
push down firmly on top of hold down tabs
until tabs snap over edge of outer tub flange.
Continue with this criss-cross pattern, until tub
cover is fully seated. Visually check each tab
area again to ensure cover is seated.
e. Lay gasket into gasket groove of tub cover.
Refer to Figure 41.
f. Using your fingers, press gasket down into
gasket groove of tub cover. Avoid pressing
gasket past ends of hold-down tabs.
IMPORTANT: Care must be taken not to twist or
bunch gasket in any one area to avoid leaks after
assembly.
g. Install gasket past ends of hold-down tabs to
bottom of gasket groove using semi-curled end
of tub cover tool Part No. 273P4.
Tub Cover
Gasket
273P4
Tub Cover
Tool
Hold-Down
Tabs
Press Gasket Into
Groove Using Your
Fingers
Hold-Down
Tabs
W208SE3B
Figure 41
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Outer
Tub Cover
Outer
Tub
45˚
Outer
Tub
Cover
Gasket
Tub
Flange
Place fingers under this
area and pull out and
away from tub and at
the same time lift up on
tub cover to remove
cover off tub flange.
Outer Tub
Cover
Tub Cover
Clip Area (8)
Positioning
Tab
(Viewed from
underside
of cover)
Outer
Tub
W255SE3A
Figure 42
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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k. Remove four screws and washers holding
washtub to hub. Refer to Figure 43.
m. CLOTHES GUARD REMOVAL:
(1) Place blade of a small screwdriver into
slots between clothes guard and washtub.
Refer to Figure 43.
(2) Carefully pry pins of clothes guard out of
holes in washtub. Refer to Figure 43.
IMPORTANT: Porcelain Washtub Models - Use
care when tightening screws to avoid chipping
porcelain on washtub.
l. Lift washtub and clothes guard out of outer tub.
IMPORTANT: When removing washtub and
clothes guard, DO NOT lift up on the clothes guard
as you could damage it. Grasp top flange the
washtub and remove from outer tub.
NOTE: As you are prying out pins, lift up on clothes
guard.
NOTE: When installing washtub, make sure all
traces of old gasket are removed from bottom of
washtub. When installing washtub, always use a
new gasket between washtub and hub.
(3) Pry pins out of washtub holes
approximately half way around tub before
clothes guard can be removed.
n. CLOTHES GUARD INSTALLATION:
Place clothes guard on top of washtub, making
sure clothes guard pins line up with holes in
washtub. Then carefully push clothes guard
down into washtub until all pins snap into their
respective holes.
Slots
Washtub
Screws
Washtub
Screws
Clothes
Guard
Pins
W209SE3A
Figure 43
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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50. HUB AND SEAL KIT, NO. 495P3
IMPORTANT: If water is present in washtub, spin
and pump out before removing drive bell.
a. Remove front panel. Refer to Paragraph 36.
b. Remove drive bell and seal. Refer to Paragraph
46.
c. Remove outer tub cover and clothes guard.
Refer to Paragraph 49.
d. Remove large hex nut, using No. 237P4 Hex
Wrench.
e. Remove and discard spline insert from
transmission tube.
IMPORTANT: Use the supplied spline insert when
reinstalling large hex nut. DO NOT reuse an old
spline insert because the large hex nut may loosen
during washer operation.
f. Remove hub assembly from splines on
transmission tube.
NOTE: A gear puller may be necessary to remove
hub assembly.
g. Remove water seal from outer tub.
IMPORTANT: Use caution when removing seal so
as not to damage outer tub flange or porcelain
finish.
Outer
Tub Flange
Apply Bead
of No. 27615P
Sealant
(Step “b”)
INSTALLING HUB AND SEAL KIT:
a. Thoroughly clean all foreign material from
inner surface of outer tub flange.
IMPORTANT: All foreign material must be
removed from inner surface of outer tub flange
before installing No. 495P3 Hub and Seal Kit.
b. Apply a small amount of No. 27615P Sealant
(supplied in kit) around outer surface of tub
flange. Refer to Figure 44.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT allow sealant to come in
contact with flinger since this could prevent flinger
from keeping moisture out of upper bearing. Refer
to Figure 44.
c. Apply a light film of nonstaining petroleum
jelly (such as Vaseline®) to bronze portion of
water seal and to outer surface of stainless steel
sleeve. Refer to Figure 45.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT over lubricate!
d. Insert stainless steel sleeve into water seal from
bottom of water seal until stainless steel sleeve
is flush with bronze portion of water seal. Refer
to Figure 45.
e. Leaving garter spring on water seal, place new
water seal over outer tub flange (with seal lip on
outside of tub flange). Then press seal into tub
flange opening using moderate finger pressure.
f. Carefully apply a small amount of No. 27615P
Sealant (supplied with kit) around outer edge of
water seal and tub (area located just below
garter spring.) Refer to Figure 45.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT allow sealant to contact
sealing surface of water seal because it will cause a
water leak.
Flinger
W179SE1E
g. Lubricate inner splines of new hub assembly
(supplied in kit) with No. 27604P Anti-Seize
Compound.
h. Carefully place new hub assembly on splined
transmission tube.
Figure 44
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To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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IMPORTANT: Firmly push hub assembly down
against outer tub seal and hold in this position
during the next three steps.
(1) Thoroughly clean all foreign material from
seal surface area of hub and bronze
bearing.
(2) Apply a small amount of nonstaining
petroleum jelly (such as Vaseline®) to both
surfaces where gasket will contact hub
assembly and bottom of washtub.
(3) Carefully place No. 27125 washtub gasket
(supplied in kit) on hub assembly.
i. While holding down hub assembly, place new
spline insert (with fingers pointing upward)
over transmission tube until it bottoms out on
hub assembly.
j. Place large hex nut over transmission tube
(with larger inside bevel toward spline insert)
then finger tighten large hex nut.
k. Torque large hex nut between 40 to 70 foot
pounds (54 to 95 Nm).
NOTE: Ensure holes in gasket are aligned with
holes in hub assembly and all traces of original
washtub gasket are removed from bottom of
washtub.
NOTE: If torque wrench is not available, place No.
237P4 hex wrench over large hex nut then tap hex
wrench with a hammer until hub assembly turns or
until large hex nut will no longer tighten.
m. Grasp top flange of washtub and carefully
lower washtub down onto gasket and hub
assembly.
l. To install No. 27125 washtub gasket, follow
these steps:
Water
Seal
IMPORTANT: Before setting washtub into place,
make sure holes in hub assembly are aligned with
holes in gasket.
Stainless Steel
Sleeve
Lubricate
(Lubricate per
Step "c")
Bronze Portion
Of Seal
Lubricate
(Lubricate per
Step "c")
Press Here
To Assemble
Flush
Garter
Spring
Garter
Spring
Apply Bead Of
No. 27615P
Sealant Here
(Step "f")
Insert
Sleeve From
Bottom Side Of
Seal
Apply Bead Of
No. 27615P
Sealant Here
(Step "f")
W180SE3A
Figure 45
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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n. Secure washtub to hub assembly using four cap
screws and four gaskets from 27202P Screw
and Gasket Kit (supplied in kit). Install supplied
outer tub cover gasket and outer tub cover.
Refer to Paragraph 49.
IMPORTANT: Porcelain Washtub Models – Use
care when tightening cap screws to avoid chipping
or damaging porcelain finish.
o. Install supplied outer tub cover gasket and outer
tub cover. Refer to Paragraph 49.
IMPORTANT: When installing outer tub cover
always use a new outer tub cover gasket.
p. Install drive bell and seal. Refer to Paragraph
46.
q. Reinstall agitator.
r. Reinstall cabinet top and front panel.
s. Close loading door, set washer timer to final
spin, start washer and allow empty washtub to
spin for 30 to 60 seconds.
IMPORTANT: Setting washer to spin allows
petroleum jelly (applied to bronze portion of water
seal) a chance to cover seal surface before water is
added to washer.
IMPORTANT: When removing or reinstalling
complete outer tub into washer (with transmission,
balance ring and pivot dome attached), damage
could occur to idler lever if idler spring and helper
spring are left hooked to motor mounting bracket.
With idler spring and helper spring hooked to
motor mounting bracket, idler lever extends out
through rear of bracket. When removing or
reinstalling complete tub assembly, idler lever is in
the way and can be damaged (bent), or idler pulley
could be chipped. A bent idler lever will cause
misalignment of idler pulley with drive belt, and a
chipped idler pulley will damage belt. Refer to
Figure 20
We recommend that before removing or reinstalling
the complete tub assembly, you unhook the idler
spring and helper spring and move the idler lever
out of the way. This will prevent the possibility of
idler lever or pulley damage.
d. Using No. 289P4 Spring Hook Tool, unhook
seven centering springs from lower edge of
outer tub skirt. Refer to Figure 46.
Holes
51. OUTER TUB ASSEMBLY
a. Remove hub and seal assembly. Refer to
Paragraph 50.
NOTE: When reinstalling or replacing outer tub,
always install a new No. 495P3 Hub and Seal Kit.
Refer to Paragraph 50.
b. Reach in through front of motor mounting
bracket and move idler lever to left to release
tension on belt.
IMPORTANT: Use care when releasing idler lever
tension. If idler lever spring, or helper spring, are
overstretched, washer operation will be affected.
c. While holding idler lever, reach in and around
right side of motor and run belt off right side of
pulley.
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Tub
Skirt
Centering
Spring
W256SE1A
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• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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IMPORTANT: When installing centering springs,
make sure spring hook is fully seated in hole in tub
skirt. Mark the word "FRONT" on front side of
outer tub so complete tub module can be reinstalled
in same position.
e. Disconnect hose from bottom of outer tub.
f. Remove pressure hose from pressure bulb.
Then remove tape holding pressure hose to
outer tub. Refer to Figure 54.
g. Grasp outer tub and lift complete tub module
assembly (with transmission, balance ring and
pivot dome attached) straight up and out of
washer cabinet.
h. Turn outer tub upside-down and set on
protective padding.
Brake
Assembly
i. Remove screws holding each support leg to
outer tub. Then lift transmission, balance ring
and pivot dome off tub. Refer to Figure 47.
NOTE: To prevent porcelain damage, leg plates
must be installed on outside of outer tub flange
when reinstalling support legs. Do not overtighten
screws as this could cause stripping or porcelain
damage. Tighten screws to between 90 and 130
inch-pounds.
j. Turn outer tub upright and remove pressure
bulb and grommet.
NOTE: When installing grommet into outer tub,
thicker lip of grommet must be installed to outside
of tub. Lubricate outer surface of large opening of
pressure bulb with liquid soap to aid when
reassembling pressure bulb into grommet.
Pivot Dome
Attaching
Screws
Pivot
Dome
Lower
Bearing
Housing
Drive
Pulley
Transmission
Assembly
Leg
Plate
Screw
Balance
Ring
W257SE3A
Figure 47
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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52. DRIVE PULLEY AND HELIX
a. Remove outer tub from washer. Refer to
Paragraph 51.
b. Remove screw, washer and helix holding drive
pulley to input shaft of transmission assembly.
Refer to Figure 48.
c. Lift drive pulley up and out from between tub
support legs.
NOTE: When reinstalling pulley, place a small
amount of lubricant to top side of drive pulley that
will be contacting flat washers. Lubricate helix
ramps and bore with a small amount of lubricant.
Refer to Figure 49.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT OVER LUBRICATE!
Excess lubricant can be thrown into pivot dome
area during normal operation of washer. Any
lubricant on pivot dome or isolator will cause
premature tripping of the out-of-balance switch.
This condition will persist until lubricant is
removed.
Drive
Pulley
Washer
Cap Screw
Helix
W271SE3A
Figure 48
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Bearing
Bearing
Housing
Assembly
(Lower)
Brake
Pad
Brake
Assembly
Rubber
Sleeve
Support Leg
Washer
(Thin)
Spring
Shoulder
Screw
Washer
(Thick)
Apply
Lubricant
Here
Drive Pulley
Apply
Lubricant
Here
Washer
Helix
Cap Screw
Pivot
Dome
DO NOT
LUBRICATE
Washer
Base
Snubber Pad
and Isolator
Assembly
W183SE3C
Figure 49
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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53. BRAKE ASSEMBLY
a. Remove drive pulley and helix from outer tub.
Refer to Paragraph 52.
b. Remove two flat washers from transmission
shaft. Refer to Figure 49.
IMPORTANT: Two large flat washers must be in
place between spring and drive pulley when
reassembling. Thicker washer must contact top side
of drive pulley. Refer to Figure 49 for assembly
sequence.
c. Using a right angle needle nose pliers, remove
spring from around lower transmission tube
(located inside brake assembly). Refer to
Figure 49.
NOTE: Remove spring by turning in a
COUNTERCLOCKWISE direction (looking from
lower end of input shaft of transmission assembly).
d. Remove three screws holding brake pads,
rubber sleeves and brake assembly to lower
bearing housing, then remove brake assembly
and pads off bottom of transmission assembly.
Refer to Figure 49.
IMPORTANT: When reinstalling brake assembly,
we recommend replacing brake pads. DO NOT
replace just the worn pads. Apply a small amount of
No. 26594P Silicone Lubricant to both sides of each
brake pad where it will contact brake assembly.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT OVER LUBRICATE!
Excess lubricant can be thrown into pivot dome
area during normal operation of washer. Any
lubricant on pivot dome or snubber pad and
isolator assembly will cause premature tripping of
the out-of-balance switch. This condition will
persist until lubricant is removed.
e. After brake is installed, put washer through the
following check to make sure brake is operating
properly.
(1) Turn off electrical power to washer.
(2) Turn drive pulley one complete revolution
in agitation direction, then push drive
pulley up against brake.
(3) Check for a .030 minimum gap between
drive pulley and helix ramp surfaces.
IMPORTANT: If gap is less than .030, brake may
not stop washtub from spinning in the required
seven seconds because brake will not close properly.
(4) Turn on electrical power to washer and
start washer in final spin.
NOTE: After washtub has been spinning for two
minutes, spin speed should be approximately 580
RPM. If not. the cause could be dragging brake
pads. If problems occur with steps 3 or 4, remove
brake assembly and correct problem.
54. LOWER BEARING HOUSING
a. Remove brake assembly from outer tub. Refer
to Paragraph 53.
b. Remove three screws holding lower bearing
housing to tub support legs. Refer to Figure 49.
c. Rotate bearing housing past legs, then carefully
lift bearing housing off transmission tube.
NOTE: It may be necessary to loosen one leg from
outer tub to rotate housing. Tap lightly on housing
to loosen it from transmission tube.
IMPORTANT: When installing lower bearing
housing, apply No. 27604P Anti-Seize Compound to
area of transmission tube that will be contacting
bearing. Refer to Figure 50.
NOTE: Refer to Figure 49 for assembly sequence.
IMPORTANT: When installing spring, make sure it
is inserted into groove in large splines of lower
transmission tube. Use tool, No. 242P4, for installing
spring.
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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BEARING REMOVAL:
a. Support bearing housing around outside
diameter of bearing opening and carefully press
bearing out of housing.
b. Clean all foreign material from inner diameter
of bearing opening.
c. Clean any foreign material from outside
diameter of new bearing.
d. Apply a retaining compound (such as Loctite)
to outside diameter of new bearing and
carefully press new bearing into housing (with
sealed side facing up).
IMPORTANT: Press new bearing into housing by
pressing on outer race of bearing only, and press
until bearing bottoms out in housing.
55. TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY
a. Remove lower bearing housing from outer tub.
Refer to Paragraph 54.
NOTE: It may be necessary to tap lightly on bearing
housing to loosen it from transmission tube.
IMPORTANT: When installing lower bearing
housing, pivot dome and brake assembly, apply No.
27604P Anti-Seize Compound to area of
transmission tube that will be contacting bearing.
Refer to Figure 50.
To prevent porcelain damage, leg plates must be
installed on outer tub flange when reinstalling
support legs. (The plates must be installed on
outside of tub flange.) Do not overtighten screws as
this could cause stripping or porcelain damage.
Torque screws between 90 to 130 inch pounds (10 to
15 Nm).
b. Remove four screws and lockwashers holding
transmission assembly to balance ring. Then lift
transmission assembly straight up and out of
balance ring and upper bearing. Refer to
Figure 50.
IMPORTANT: When replacing or reinstalling
transmission assembly, it is important that No.
27604 Anti-Seize Compound be applied to area of
the transmission tubes where they will be contacting
upper and lower bearings. Refer to Figure 50.
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When reinstalling transmission assembly, note, if
there is a mark located on outer edge of balance
ring, this mark (if present) indicates the light side of
ring. This light side must be installed at a 9 o'clock
position with center of rack at 12 o'clock when
viewed from top of transmission. Refer to Figure 50.
Carefully lower transmission through balance ring
and upper bearing. DO NOT DROP OR LOWER
TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY INTO POSITION
TOO HARD. This can cause bearing to move within
bearing housing which will cause vibration, noise,
wear or no spin.
TRANSMISSION DISASSEMBLY: (Refer to
Figure 51 for assembly sequence)
a. Place transmission in a vise with input shaft end
up. Clamp only the case, not the shaft.
NOTE: Supporting transmission in this manner will
allow oil to collect in transmission case.
b. Before disassembling transmission halves,
mark outer edge of transmission case and cover
so the two can be reassembled in the same
position.
c. Place transmission in vise so three of the eight
screws holding transmission case and cover
together are in the twelve, four, and seven
o’clock positions.
d. Loosen three screws mentioned in step "c"
approximately two turns. DO NOT remove
these three screws at this time. Remove
remaining five screws and lockwashers
completely.
e. Remove transmission assembly from the vise.
f. While holding transmission by cover end,
gently tap each of the three remaining screws
until the two halves separate. Place assembly
back into vise (cover end up) and remove three
screws and lockwashers.
g. Remove screw and washer holding reduction
gear to transmission cover and remove gear.
h. Remove special screw, lockwasher and flat
washer holding drive pinion to input shaft.
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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* Marked Side
of Balance
Ring
Balance
Ring
Center
of Rack
Rack Area of
Transmission
Apply No. 27604P
Anti-Seize Compound
to this area of
both Upper and
Lower Transmission Tubes
Transmission
Assembly
W185SE3A
Figure 50
NOTE: To prevent input shaft from turning during
removal of special screw, place an old helix onto
shaft and hold helix with a locking pliers.
i. Remove drive pinion from input shaft using a
hammer and punch to drive shaft out of pinion.
j. Remove input shaft from transmission cover.
IMPORTANT: Carefully examine area inside cover
tube (seals, bearing, roller clutch, etc.). If oil is
present between seals and bearing, or roller clutch
is bad, it will require replacing complete
transmission cover assembly. Individual
components are not available separately.
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k. Remove internal gear, slide and rack from
transmission case.
l. Remove transmission case from vise and drain
the oil.
m. Remove retainer ring from output shaft.
n. Using a hammer and punch, carefully drive
shaft out of agitator pinion.
o. Carefully remove output shaft and washer from
transmission case.
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Section 5 Service Procedures
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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IMPORTANT: Carefully examine area inside
transmission case tube (seals, bearings, etc.). If oil is
present between seals and bearings, it will require
replacing complete transmission case. Seals and
bearings are not available separately.
TO REASSEMBLE TRANSMISSION
ASSEMBLY
IMPORTANT: Wash all components in a cleaning
solution (mineral spirits). Wipe inside of
transmission case and cover with a clean cloth,
dampened with cleaning solution, to remove any
impurities. DO NOT allow cleaning solution to come
in contact with bearings and seals in transmission
case and/or cover.
a. Carefully insert output shaft and washer into
transmission case.
b. Place agitator pinion on splines of output shaft
and press onto shaft.
c. Install retainer ring on output shaft.
d. Place transmission case into a vise. Clamp only
the case, not the shaft.
e. Place rack inside transmission case with rack
resting on bar in case. Agitator pinion must
engage the rack.
NOTE: Put a light film of transmission oil on bar
where the rack will slide back and forth.
f. Position slide in slot on rack.
NOTE: Put a light film of transmission oil in slot on
rack, also, transmission case where internal gear
will ride.
g. Place internal gear into transmission case.
Make sure guide pin on internal gear fits in hole
on slide.
IMPORTANT: Never install a used internal gear in
a new transmission case. If transmission case and
internal gear are to be reused, be sure they are used
as an original set.
i. To prevent seal damage, insert input shaft into
cover starting at outer end of cover tube.
IMPORTANT: End of shaft with identification
groove must be facing outward. This is the end that
will mate with helix. Refer to Figure 51.
j. Install drive pinion, flat washer, lockwasher
and special screw onto input shaft.
NOTE: Use a thread locking compound on threads
of special screw to prevent screw from loosening on
shaft.
IMPORTANT: Be sure mating surfaces of
transmission cover and case are free of oil or any
other foreign material.
k. Place reduction gear on stub shaft of cover and
install screw and washer.
l. Apply a bead of sealant, No. 37577P Loctite (or
permatex ultra blue), on mating surface of
transmission case.
IMPORTANT: Bead of sealant should be no more
than one sixteenth inch in diameter. DO NOT allow
any sealant to contact edges of internal gear (sealer
may damage moving parts).
m. Carefully place transmission cover over top of
transmission case. Make sure holes in cover
line up with holes in case, and marked edges of
two halves are aligned.
n. Carefully lower cover onto case.
o. Secure two transmission halves together, using
eight screws removed during disassembly.
Tighten eight screws evenly.
p. Remove complete transmission assembly from
vise.
q. Apply Anti-Seize Compound, No. 27604P, to
smooth area of both transmission tubes that will
be contacting upper and lower bearings. Refer
to Figure 50.
h. Refill transmission case with new No. 27243P
Transmission Oil (one fill).
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Section 5 Service Procedures
Shaft
(Output)
Transmission
Oil
(1 Fill)
Retainer
Ring
Internal
Gear
Washer
Special
Screw
Screw
Transmission
Case
Assembly
Lockwasher
Washer
Washer
Reduction
Gear
Shaft
(Input)
Drive
Pinion
Identification
Groove
Agitator
Pinion
Dowel
Pin
Rack
Slide
Transmission
Cover Assembly
Dowel
Pin
Cap
Screw
W186SE3C
SEALANT
(Use between Transmission Case
and Cover)
Figure 51
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Section 5 Service Procedures
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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56. BALANCE RING
a. Remove transmission assembly. Refer to
Paragraph 55.
b. Lift balance ring off outer tub.
c. Lift complete pivot dome (with drive pulley,
brake assembly, lower bearing housing,
transmission assembly, and balance ring
attached) off outer tub.
IMPORTANT: When reinstalling balance ring,
note, if there is a mark located on outer edge of
balance ring, this mark (if present) indicates light
side of ring. This light side must be installed at a 9
o'clock position with center of rack at 12 o'clock
when viewed from top of transmission. Refer to
Figure 50.
57. UPPER BEARING ASSEMBLY
a. Remove transmission assembly. Refer to
Paragraph 55.
b. Remove screws holding each support leg to
outer tub. Refer to Figure 47.
IMPORTANT: To prevent porcelain damage, leg
plates must be installed on outer tub flange when
reinstalling support legs. (Plate must be installed on
the outside of tub flange). Do not overtighten screws
as this could cause stripping or porcelain damage.
d. Remove three screws holding upper bearing
and housing to bottom of outer tub. Refer to
Figure 52.
NOTE: Replace bearing and housing as an
assembly, and be sure flinger is properly positioned
between outer tub and bearing assembly. Refer to
Figure 52.
NOTE: When reinstalling upper bearing assembly
threads of cap screws must be secured using Loctite.
Ball Bearing
Cap Screw
Outer
Tub
Upper
Bearing
Housing
Flinger
Upper
Bearing
Housing
Flinger
W196SE3D
Figure 52
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Section 5 Service Procedures
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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58. SNUBBER PAD AND ISOLATOR
ASSEMBLY
a. Remove outer tub. Refer to Paragraph 51.
b. Locate split end of snubber pad and isolator
assembly strip and using a flat blade
screwdriver, carefully unsnap snubber pad and
isolator assembly from pivot dome area of
washer base. Refer to Figure 53.
SNUBBER PAD AND ISOLATOR
ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION:
a. Starting at elongated hole in pivot dome area of
washer base, place one end of snubber pad and
isolator assembly into elongated hole, then snap
pins on snubber pad and isolator assembly into
their respective holes in the base. It may require
shifting snubber pad and isolator assembly to
get two ends of strip to meet in area of
elongated hole.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT APPLY ANY
LUBRICANT to surface of snubber pad and
isolator assembly or pivot dome. Any lubricant on
pivot dome or isolator will cause premature
tripping of the out-of-balance switch.
b. Clean surface of pivot dome. Then carefully
place tub module back into washer making sure
pivot dome is positioned properly in dome
recess of washer base.
NOTE: Be sure the word "FRONT" (on outer tub)
is facing toward front of washer.
c. Use No. 289P4 Spring Hook Tool and starting
with rear springs, hook seven centering springs
into lower edge of outer tub. Refer to Figure 46.
IMPORTANT: When installing centering springs,
make sure spring hook is fully seated in hole in tub
skirt. Refer to Figure 46.
d. Connect hose to bottom of outer tub, tighten
hose clamp.
e. Reconnect idler spring to clip on motor
mounting bracket, and helper spring into back
hole in mounting bracket. Refer to Figure 19.
f. Place drive belt on motor pulley, reach around
right side of motor, starting with belt on right
side of large pulley, run belt onto large pulley.
g. Route the pressure hose as shown in Figure 54.
Then route pressure hose back up through hole
in cabinet top.
h. Reconnect filler hose to tub cover. Refer to
Figure 40.
NOTE: When reinstalling filler hose, white line on
hose that connects to tub cover must be aligned with
line located on top side of outer tub cover. Refer to
Figure 40. Make sure hose is in its natural position
(not kinked or twisted). If it is not, loosen hose
clamp and straighten hose.
Starting
Edge
Elongated
Hole
Isolator
Strip
Dome Area of
Washer Base
W220SE3C
Figure 53
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Section 5 Service Procedures
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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i. Reinstall cabinet top.
j. Remove control panel, reconnect pressure hose
to pressure switch. Then reinstall control panel.
k. Reinstall washer front panel.
l. Reconnect washer power cord and open water
supply valves.
NOTE: Washer must be run through a complete
cycle to make sure it is operating properly.
Pressure
Hose
Tape
Pressure
Bulb
W335SE3A
Figure 54
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Section 6
Adjustments
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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59. LEVELING LEGS
Refer to Figure 55.
a. Place rubber feet on all four leveling legs.
b. Place washer in position on a clean, dry, and
reasonably firm floor.
c. Loosen locknuts and adjust two front leveling
legs. Once adjusted, tilt washer forward on
front legs and lower back down into position to
set rear self-leveling legs.
d. Washer must not rock. After washer is at
desired height, tighten locknuts securely
against bottom of washer base. If these locknuts
are not tight, washer will not remain stationary
during operation.
NOTE: Washer should be installed on a reasonably
firm floor. Flexing of a weak floor may cause
excessive vibration. Vibration can also be caused if
washer is installed on carpeting or a cushioned vinyl
floor.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT move washer at any time
unless locknuts are securely tightened and shipping
brace is in place over agitator (to prevent damage to
washer components). DO NOT slide washer across
floor once leveling legs have been extended, as legs
and washer base could become damaged.
Washer
Base
Locknut
Leveling
Leg
Rubber
Foot
Front Panel
Screws
W286SE3A
Figure 55
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Section 6 Adjustments
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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60. PRESSURE SWITCH
Refer to Figure 56.
NOTE: DO NOT ADJUST PRESSURE SWITCH
IF WASHER IS WITHIN WARRANTY PERIOD.
Pressure switch is set at the factory for proper water
fill levels. However, if there is a problem of
overfilling or underfilling, pressure switch can be
adjusted.
IMPORTANT: If switch lever repeatedly trips the
out-of-balance switch, check centering of agitator
within loading door opening. If tub module is not
centered within opening, centering spring(s) may
have been overstretched. Replace necessary
spring(s) and recheck centering. Refer to Figure 58.
Actuator
Arm
Out-Of-Balance
Switch Assembly
Maximum water fill level can be increased by
turning adjusting screw CLOCKWISE, and
decreased by turning screw
COUNTERCLOCKWISE.
One quarter turn of adjusting screw represents
approximately one inch (2.54 cm) increase or
decrease of water level in washtub.
Lever
IMPORTANT: DO NOT turn adjusting screw more
than 3/4 of a turn in either direction as switch may
be damaged and flooding could result.
W277SE1A
Figure 57
Holes
Adjusting
Screw
W261SE1A
Figure 56
61. OUT-OF-BALANCE SWITCH
a. Open cabinet top assembly. Refer to Paragraph
45.
b. Check for bent actuator arm or lever. Refer to
Figure 57.
Tub
Skirt
Centering
Spring
W256SE1A
Figure 58
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Section 6 Adjustments
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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62. BELT (AGITATE AND SPIN)
No belt adjustment is required.
63. BELT (PUMP)
a. Remove front panel assembly. Refer to
Paragraph 36.
b. Loosen front mounting screw, then loosen rear
screws. Refer to Figure 60.
c. Shift front of pump mounting bracket to right or
left to obtain proper belt tension. Proper tension
is when belt can be deflected approximately
one half inch (12.7 mm) from its normal
position by applying moderate pressure (1-1/2
pounds – .675 kg) to a point midway between
pulleys. Refer to Figure 60.
d. After belt tension is obtained, tighten pump
attaching screws. Refer to Figure 59.
Pump
Belt
Pump
Bracket Front
Mounting
Screw
W283SE1C
Figure 59
Motor
Pulley
1/2 in.
(12.7 mm)
Pump
Pulley
W231SE1A
Figure 60
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Section 6 Adjustments
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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64. CLEANING COIN DROP
a. Disconnect electrical power to machine and
drop.
b. Remove coin drop from machine.
c. If lint is preventing coins from rolling through
coin drop, blow compressed air though coin
entry and along the side of the coin drop. Refer
to Figure 61.
Cotter
Pin
Metal
Clip
Coin
Return
Coin
Drop
Frame
DRY4B
Figure 62
Compressed
Air
DRY3B
Figure 61
h. Check coin path in coin drop for lint and
residue. If lint or light residues are present, use
a cotton swab to remove. If heavy residue is
present, it may be necessary to first scrape off
excessive residue and then use a cotton swab
dipped in water or isopropyl alcohol (rubbing
alcohol) to remove remainder of residue. Refer
to Figure 63.
d. Insert a coin through the coin drop. If coin does
not roll through drop, continue with the
following.
e. Remove cotter pin from top of drop. Refer to
Figure 61. Save pin for reinstallation when
cleaning is complete.
f. Move metal clip closer to sensor so that it
comes off frame. Refer to Figure 61.
g. Remove coin return from coin drop frame.
Refer to Figure 62.
Cotton
Swab
DRY5B
Figure 63
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Section 6 Adjustments
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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i. Check coin return pendulum to verify it swings
freely. If pendulum does not swing freely, spray
pendulum pivot point with Teflon based
lubricant and move pendulum back and forth
two to three times. An additional application of
Teflon based lubricant may be necessary to
ensure that pendulum swings freely. Refer to
Figure 64.
Eyes
Dry
Cotton
Swab
Pivot
Point
DRY7B
Figure 65
p. Reconnect electrical power to machine and
drop.
q. Add a coin to drop to verify that coin drop is
operating properly and that electrical
connection is working properly.
Pendulum
DRY6B
Figure 64
j. Check coin drop sensor for dust or dirt on eyes.
Wipe eyes with dry cotton swab. Refer to
Figure 65.
NOTE: If coin drop does not operate properly after
above steps have been completed, corrosion of metal
or vandalized components within coin drop may be
preventing the coin drop from functioning
correctly. Replace coin drop.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT use isopropyl alcohol to
clean electronic sensor or eyes.
k. Reinstall coin return on to coin drop frame.
l. Reinstall metal clip and slide towards coin
insert slot. All cotter pin holes must line up.
m. Reinstall cotter pin.
n. Place drop on level surface to verify that coins
follow correct path in drop. It may be necessary
to lift drop to allow coin to follow through
sensor.
o. Reinstall coin drop into machine.
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Section 7
Test Procedures
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
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65. EMERSON MOTOR SWITCH
NOTE: Refer to SECTION 10 for Internal Wiring of Washer Motor Switch.
WARNING
Disconnect electric power to washer before performing the following
steps, or when replacing switch.
A.
START
TERMINALS
CONTINUITY EXISTS BETWEEN
SWITCH TERMINAL R
AND RED WIRE.
NO
YES
B.
MANUALLY DEPRESS
ACTUATOR. CONTINUITY
BROKEN BETWEEN SWITCH
TERMINAL R AND RED WIRE.
NO
INOPERATIVE START SWITCH.
REPLACE SWITCH.
YES
C.
HIGH SPEED
TERMINALS
CONTINUITY EXISTS BETWEEN
SWITCH TERMINAL P
AND BLUE WIRE.
NO
YES
D.
MANUALLY DEPRESS
ACTUATOR. CONTINUITY
BROKEN BETWEEN SWITCH
TERMINAL P AND BLUE WIRE.
NO
INOPERATIVE HIGH SPEED SWITCH.
REPLACE SWITCH.
YES
E.
LOW SPEED
TERMINALS
CONTINUITY BROKEN BETWEEN
SWITCH TERMINAL P AND
VIOLET WIRE.
NO
YES
F.
MANUALLY DEPRESS
ACTUATOR. CONTINUITY EXISTS
BETWEEN SWITCH TERMINAL P
AND VIOLET WIRE.
NO
INOPERATIVE LOW SPEED SWITCH.
REPLACE SWITCH.
YES
MOTOR SWITCH CHECKS OK.
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
66. EMERSON MOTOR WINDINGS
NOTE: Refer to SECTION 10 for Internal Wiring of Washer Motor Switch.
WARNING
Disconnect electric power to washer before performing the following
steps, or when replacing motor.
START
WINDING
G.
4 - 5 OHMS BETWEEN BROWN
WIRE AND RED WIRE.
NO
INOPERATIVE START WINDING.
REPLACE MOTOR.
NO
INOPERATIVE HIGH SPEED
WINDING. REPLACE MOTOR.
NO
INOPERATIVE LOW SPEED WINDING.
REPLACE MOTOR.
NO
INOPERATIVE COMMON LEAD.
REPLACE MOTOR.
YES
HIGH SPEED
WINDING
H.
1 - 2 OHMS BETWEEN BLUE WIRE
AND YELLOW WIRE.
YES
LOW SPEED
WINDING
I.
1 - 2 OHMS BETWEEN YELLOW
WIRE AND VIOLET WIRE.
YES
PROTECTOR
J.
CONTINUITY EXISTS BETWEEN
YELLOW WIRE AND WHITE WIRE.
YES
ALL MOTOR WINDINGS CHECK OK.
INDICATE WHETHER YES, MOTOR PASSED THIS TEST OR, NO IT FAILED THIS TEST
Y YES ❑
N NO
❑
Washer Motor Failure
Motor Switch
Motor Windings
Start Terminals:
High Speed Terminals:
Low Speed Terminals:
80
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
A.
Start Winding:
B.
High Speed Winding:
C.
Low Speed Winding:
D.
Protector/Common Lead:
❑
❑
❑
❑
G.
H.
I.
J.
E.
F.
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Section 8
Cycle Sequence Charts
IN USE
LIGHT
WASH
FUNCTION
WASH, FILL OR AGITATE
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE
SPIN
LIGHT
X
WATER
TEMP.
H, W, C
CYCLE &
* MOTOR
SPEED
N = FAST
PP = FAST
D = SLOW
X
X
X
SPIN AND SPRAY
X
X
SPIN
X
X
SPIN AND SPRAY
X
X
SPIN
X
X
COLD
COLD
N = FAST
PP = SLOW
D = SLOW
N = FAST
PP = SLOW
D = SLOW
N = FAST
PP = SLOW
D = SLOW
N = FAST
PP = SLOW
D = SLOW
N = FAST
PP = SLOW
D = SLOW
X
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor
Runs)
PAUSE OR FILL
RINSE, AGITATE OR FILL
PAUSE
X
COLD
1:56
:31
:36
:07
1:07
X
X
COLD
X
COLD
:36
:02
N = FAST
PP = FAST
D = SLOW
X
SPIN
10:33
:04
X
X
TIME
(Min. &
Sec.)
:05
SPIN
PAUSE
SPIN
RINSE
LIGHT
X
3:03
:06
X
N = FAST
PP = FAST
D = FAST
TIMER MOTOR RUNS OUT
TOTAL
10:32
:42
30:00
KEY:
H = HOT
W = WARM
C = COLD
N = NORMAL CYCLE
PP = PERMANENT PRESS CYCLE
D = DELICATE CYCLE
X = INDICATOR LIGHT GLOWS
*ON SINGLE SPEED MODEL WASHERS, ALL SPEEDS ARE FAST.
TIMER NO. 28716 CYCLE SEQUENCE (LONG CYCLE – KINGSTON)
AND TIMER NO. 28719 CYCLE SEQUENCE
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Section 8 Cycle Sequence Charts
FUNCTION
COIN SLIDE STARTING
STROKE
17.82 º (Mallory)
16.84 º (Eaton)
AGITATE OR
VARIABLE FILL
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE
RINSE SPIN
LIGHT LIGHT
WATER
TEMP.
SINGER
TIME MALLORY
(Min. & TIME (Min.
Sec.)
& Sec.)
X
H, W, C
N = FAST
PP = FAST
D = SLOW
:57
1:00
X
H, W, C
N = FAST
PP = FAST
D = SLOW
7:00
7:00
:21
:21
1:25
1:25
COLD
N = FAST
PP = SLOW
D = SLOW
N = FAST
PP = SLOW
D = SLOW
N = FAST
PP = SLOW
D = SLOW
:45
:45
1:15
1:15
:04
:13
:13
1:01
:04
:19
:13
:54
:09
:16
:14
:06
:16
:03
6:00
6:00
:04
:06
:22
20:17
:08
:03
:19
20:21
X
SPIN
X
SPIN AND SPRAY
X
SPIN
X
FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE OR FILL
X
X
X
X
PAUSE
AGITATE OR
VARIABLE FILL
COLD
COLD
X
X
COLD
X
PAUSE
SPIN
IN USE
LIGHT
CYCLE &
* MOTOR
SPEED
SPIN
PAUSE
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
N = FAST
PP = FAST
D = SLOW
N = FAST
PP = FAST
D = FAST
OFF
TOTAL
KEY:
H = HOT
W = WARM
C = COLD
N = NORMAL CYCLE
PP = PERMANENT PRESS CYCLE
D = DELICATE CYCLE
X = INDICATOR LIGHT GLOWS
*ON SINGLE SPEED MODEL WASHERS, ALL SPEEDS ARE FAST.
TIMER NOS. 31111P, 31504 AND 35368 CYCLE SEQUENCE
(SHORT CYCLE)
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Section 8 Cycle Sequence Charts
IN USE
LIGHT
FUNCTION
COIN SLIDE
STARTING STROKE
16.84 º (Eaton)
AGITATE OR
VARIABLE FILL
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE
SPIN
LIGHT
WATER
TEMP.
X
H, W, C
X
H, W, C
CYCLE &
* MOTOR
SPEED
N = FAST
PP = FAST
D = SLOW
N = FAST
PP = FAST
D = SLOW
X
SPIN
X
SPIN AND SPRAY
X
SPIN
X
FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE OR FILL
X
X
X
PAUSE
AGITATE OR
VARIABLE FILL
PAUSE
SPIN
RINSE
LIGHT
SPIN
PAUSE
TIME
(Min. &
Sec.)
1:23
10:00
:34
COLD
N = FAST
PP = SLOW
D = SLOW
N = FAST
PP = SLOW
D = SLOW
N = FAST
PP = SLOW
D = SLOW
COLD
COLD
X
X
COLD
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
N = FAST
PP = FAST
D = SLOW
1:32
:30
1:29
:06
:06
:20
3:19
:23
:24
:10
N = FAST
PP = FAST
D = FAST
OFF
TOTAL
8:30
:06
:13
:32
29:39
KEY:
H = HOT
W = WARM
C = COLD
N = NORMAL CYCLE
PP = PERMANENT PRESS CYCLE
D = DELICATE CYCLE
X = INDICATOR LIGHT GLOWS
*ON SINGLE SPEED MODEL WASHERS, ALL SPEEDS ARE FAST.
TIMER NOS. 34601P, 34603 AND 34604 CYCLE SEQUENCE
(LONG CYCLE)
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Section 9
Internal Wiring of Washer Motor Switch
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
R
BR
BU
P W
Y
White
Brown
Blue
Yellow
Red
G
W
R
RUN
BR
BU
Y
START
W310SE3A
RED
WHITE
N
BROW
W
YELLO
BLUE
4P M
YELLOW
OVERLOAD
PROTECTOR
AUX.
W211SE3A
MOTOR ASSEMBLY
(1 Speed Motors)
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, explosion, serious injury or death:
• Disconnect electric power to the washer before servicing.
• Never start the washer with any guards/panels removed.
• Whenever ground wires are removed during servicing, these ground wires must be
reconnected to ensure that the washer is properly grounded.
W003
R
Wire
Harness
Connection
Block
BR
P
W
Y
BU
White
Blue
Brown
G
P
W
R
WHITE
RUN
W311SE3B
BR
BU
Y
START
Violet
Yellow
Red
RED
VIOLE
T
BLUE
N
BROW
W
YELLO
4P M
YELLOW
OVERLOAD
PROTECTOR
6P M
AUX.
W224SE3A
MOTOR ASSEMBLY
(2 Speed Motors)
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