Alliance Laundry Systems W001C Service manual

Service
Automatic
Washers
Refer to Page 6 for Model Numbers
W001C
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Part No. 32283R2
April 2004
Table of Contents
Section 1 – Safety Information
Locating an Authorized Servicer ............................4
Section 2 – Introduction
Customer Service ....................................................5
Nameplate Location ................................................5
Model Identification ................................................6
Section 3 – Troubleshooting
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
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) ....................................................8
No Agitation .....................................................9
Constant Agitation ...........................................9
Slow Spin or No Spin ....................................10
Constant Spin .................................................10
Drive Motor Overload Protector Cycles
Repeatedly ......................................................11
Outer Tub Does Not Empty ...........................11
Excessive Vibration .......................................11
Water Leaking From Outer Tub .....................12
Section 4 – Grounding
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
Agitator ..........................................................23
Agitator, Drive Bell and Seal Kit Assembly ..23
Front Panel .....................................................25
Pump Belt .......................................................26
Drive Belt .......................................................26
Motor and Mounting Bracket .........................28
Idler Lever and Pulley ....................................29
Motor Drive Pulley or Pump Pulley ..............31
Motor Switch .................................................31
Pump Assembly .............................................31
Cabinet Top Assembly ...................................32
Door and Out-of-Balance Switch and Bracket
Assembly ........................................................34
Mixing Valve Assembly ................................35
Washtub and Lint Filter .................................35
Water Seal and Hub Assembly ......................37
Outer Tub .......................................................41
Drive Pulley and Helix ...................................44
Brake Assembly .............................................46
Lower Bearing Housing .................................47
Transmission Assembly .................................49
Balance Ring ..................................................54
Upper Bearing Assembly ...............................54
Snubber Pads ..................................................55
Section 6 – Adjustments
14. Wall Receptacle Polarity Check ....................13
15. Power Cord to Cabinet Top, Cabinet Top to
Control Hood Mounting Bracket, Pressure
Switch Mounting Bracket and Ground Tab on
Graphic Panel .................................................14
16. Main Wire Harness to Top Left Rear Corner
Gusset of Cabinet ...........................................15
17. Motor to Mounting Bracket to Base
(if present). .....................................................16
Section 5 – Service Procedures
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
Control Hood Assembly .................................17
Electronic Control ..........................................17
Timer ..............................................................21
Temperature Switch .......................................22
Pressure Switch ..............................................22
Graphic Panel .................................................22
Loading Door .................................................22
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
Leveling Legs .................................................59
Pressure Switch ..............................................60
Belt (Agitate and Spin) ..................................60
Belt (Pump) ....................................................61
Out-of-Balance Switch Trigger ......................62
Section 7 – Test Procedures
53. To Check Continuity Through Motor Harness
and Motor .......................................................63
54. To Check Continuity Through Base Harness,
Control Harness and Timer For Motor Start
Circuit ............................................................63
(continued)
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Section 8 – Service Procedures Unique to the
Electronic Control Model Washers
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.
Electrical Requirements .................................65
Grounding Instructions ..................................66
Washer Operation ..........................................68
Automatic Preprogrammed Cycles ................69
Status Lights ...................................................70
Other Features ................................................70
Customizing Preprogrammed Cycles .............71
Troubleshooting Electronic Control ...............74
Diagnostic Cycle ............................................74
Failure Symptoms ..........................................77
Symptom: Flashing Display ...........................78
Symptom: Indicator LEDs (i.e. Wash, Rinse,
Spin, Unbalanced) Do Not Light ...................79
67. Symptom: Tripped Circuit Breaker or Blown
Fuse ................................................................80
68. Symptom: Washer Will Not Fill or Wrong
Temperature Fill .............................................81
69. Symptom: Washer Will Not Agitate
Properly ..........................................................82
70. Symptom: Washer Will Not Spin Properly ....83
71. Control Replacement ......................................84
Electronic Control Board Replacement Report ....85
Section 9 – Cycle Sequence Charts
Section 10 – Internal Wiring of Washer Motor
Switch .....................................................................97
Section 11 – Wiring Diagrams
Models AA9131, NA8631, NA8531, NA8331,
AA7131, NA6532, NA6531, NA6530, NA6332,
NA6331, NA5531, NA5530, NA5531
and NA5330 .........................................................100
Models NA7521 and NA7321 .............................101
Models NA6621, NA6522, NA6521, NA6520,
NG6321 and AA6121 ..........................................102
Model NA5721 ....................................................103
Models NA5521, NA5520, NA5321
and NA5320 .........................................................104
Models NA4521, NA4520, NA4321 and NA4320
(through Serial No. 43R19503) and NA3520 and
NA3320................................................................105
Models NA4521, NA4520, NA4321 and NA4320
(starting Serial No. 43R19504) and AA5121,
NA4621, NA4522, NA3520 and NA3320...........106
Models AA4111, AA4110, NA3612, NA3512,
NA3511, NA3510, NA3312, NA3311, NA3310,
AA3111 and AA3110 ..........................................107
Models NA2510 and NA2310 .............................108
Model NA2110 ....................................................109
Timer No. 31238 Cycle Sequence
(Two Cycle) ...........................................................87
Timer No. 31239 Cycle Sequence
(Three Cycle) .........................................................88
Timer No. 31240 Cycle Sequence
(Five Cycle) ...........................................................89
Timer No. 32039 Cycle Sequence
(Four Cycle) ...........................................................90
Timer No. 32039 Cycle Sequence
(Four Cycle) ...........................................................91
Timer No. 32228 Cycle Sequence
(Five Cycle) ...........................................................92
Electronic Control Nos. 31306 or 31309
Cycle Sequence (Three Cycle)...............................93
Electronic Control Nos. 31305 or 31308
Cycle Sequence (Four Cycle) ................................94
Electronic Control Nos. 31304P or 31307
Cycle Sequence (Five Cycle).................................95
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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
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.
Nameplate
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Section 2 Introduction
Model Identification
Information in this manual is applicable to these washer models:
AA9231
NA6621
AA6221
NA5320
AA4211
NA3312
AA9131
NA6532
AA6121
AA5221
AA4210
NA3311
NA8631
NA6531
NA5721
AA5220
AA4111
NA3310
NA8531
NA6530
NA5531
AA5121
AA4110
AA3210
NA8331
NA6522
NA5530
NA4621
NA3612
AA3111
AA8231
NA6521
NA5521
NA4522
NA3520
AA3110
NA7521
NA6520
NA5520
NA4521
NA3512
NA2510
NA7321
NA6332
NA5331
NA4520
NA3511
NA2310
AA7231
NA6331
NA5330
NA4321
NA3510
NA2110
AA7131
NA6321
NA5321
NA4320
NA3320
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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.
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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 clogged 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.
†Inoperative electronic control.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Open faucet.
Check water heater.
Straighten or replace hose.
Disconnect hot water inlet hose, and clean or replace
screen(s).
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.
Refer to Section 8 to check out the electronic control.
2. NO COLD WATER
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Cold water supply faucet is closed.
Kinked cold water inlet hose.
Clogged mixing valve screen, or clogged 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.
†Inoperative electronic control.
• Open faucet.
• Straighten or replace hose.
• Disconnect cold water inlet hose, and clean or replace
screen(s).
• 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.
• Refer to Section 8 to check out the electronic control
operation.
* Mechanical Timer Models only
† Electronic Control Models 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.
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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.
Siphoning action started in washer which 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 stand pipe or drain.
Water in pressure hose.
Broken, loose, shorted or incorrect wiring.
†Inoperative electronic control
• Test switch and replace if inoperative.
• Replace hose.
• Disassemble and clean mixing valve. Replace
deteriorated or not-easily-cleaned components. Refer to
parts manual for assembly sequence of valve.
• Disassemble valve and replace spring. Refer to parts
manual for assembly sequence of valve.
• 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.
• Refer to Section 8 to check out the electronic control
operation.
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.
Washer will not fill.
•
•
•
•
Timer motor lead wire off timer terminal.
Broken, loose or incorrect wiring.
Allow for completion of fill period.
Test timer and replace if inoperative.
Close loading door.
Timer pauses until pressure switch is satisfied. Refer to
Paragraphs 1 and 2.
• Refer to appropriate wiring diagram and reattach wire.
• Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
* Mechanical Timer Models only
† Electronic Control Models 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
6. NO AGITATION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
*Inoperative timer. Timer is designed to pause
(SOAK) during the DELICATE cycle.
Inoperative motor.
Inoperative pressure switch.
Broken, loose or incorrect wiring.
Loose or broken drive belt.
Inoperative transmission assembly.
Sheared motor pulley roll pin.
• Test timer and replace if inoperative.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Drive motor overload protector has cycled.
Bind in pump.
Loading door is open or door switch is inoperative.
†Inoperative electronic control.
•
•
•
•
Test motor and replace if inoperative.
Test switch and replace if inoperative.
Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
Adjust or replace belt.
Repair or replace transmission assembly.
Remove drive motor and replace roll pin and any other
damaged parts.
Refer to Paragraph 10.
Replace pump.
Close door or test switch and replace if inoperative.
Refer to Section 8 to check out the electronic control
operation.
7. CONSTANT AGITATION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
*Inoperative timer.
Inoperative drive motor.
Shorted or incorrect wiring.
Inoperative transmission assembly.
†Inoperative electronic control.
•
•
•
•
•
Test timer and replace if inoperative.
Test motor and replace if inoperative.
Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
Repair or replace transmission assembly.
Refer to Section 8 to check out the electronic control
operation.
* Mechanical Timer Models only
† Electronic Control Models 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.
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8. SLOW SPIN OR NO SPIN
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
*Inoperative timer.
*Some model washers, the timer is programmed for
SLOW spin in the DELICATE cycle regardless of
the action switch setting.
Loading door is open or door safety switch is
inoperative.
Bind in water pump.
Inoperative drive motor.
Loose or broken drive belt.
Washer has gone out of balance. †LED (light
emitting diode) is flashing on electronic control.
No clearance or stuck brake pads.
Broken, loose or incorrect wiring.
Inoperative transmission assembly.
†Inoperative electronic control.
• Test timer and replace if inoperative.
• Use a different cycle.
• Close loading door, or test switch and replace if
inoperative.
• Replace pump.
• Test motor and replace if inoperative.
• Adjust or replace spin belt.
• Open loading door to reset out-of-balance switch.
Rearrange load in washtub.
• Free sticky brake pads or replace pads.
• Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
• Repair or replace transmission assembly.
• Refer to Section 8 to check out the electronic control
operation.
9. CONSTANT SPIN
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
*Inoperative timer.
Inoperative drive motor.
Washtub does not stop spinning within seven
seconds after the loading door is opened.
Excessive wear on brake pads, or missing brake
pads.
Shorted or incorrect wiring.
†Inoperative electronic control.
• Test timer and replace if inoperative.
• Test motor and replace if inoperative.
• Replace brake pads.
• Replace brake pads.
• Refer to appropriate wiring diagram.
• Refer to Section 8 to check out the electronic control
operation.
* Mechanical Timer Models only
† Electronic Control Models 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.
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10. DRIVE MOTOR OVERLOAD PROTECTOR CYCLES REPEATEDLY
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Excessive belt tension.
Inoperative motor overload protector.
Bind in upper or lower bearing.
Bind in water pump.
Bind in transmission.
Brake pads binding.
Incorrect voltage.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Adjust belts.
Replace motor.
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.
11. OUTER TUB DOES NOT EMPTY
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Kinked drain hose.
Drain hose off drain hose support.
• Straighten hose.
• Remove washer front panel and install drain hose on hose
support.
• Remove obstruction.
• Replace pump.
• Adjust or replace belt.
Obstruction in outer tub outlet hose.
Inoperative water pump.
Loosen or broken pump belt.
12. EXCESSIVE VIBRATION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Unbalanced load in tub.
Broken, disconnected or centering spring(s) out of
adjustment.
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). Spring should be
located in center notch. Refer to Figure 49.
• 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 45.
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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.
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13. WATER LEAKING FROM OUTER TUB
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Leaking water seal in outer tub.
• Replace hub and seal kit assembly. Refer to Paragraph
39.
Hole in outer tub.
• Replace outer tub.
Pressure hose or accumulator leaking.
• Replace pressure hose and/or accumulator.
Outer tub cover gasket leaking.
• Replace gasket.
Obstruction in drain causing water to come over top • Remove obstruction.
of outer drain tub cover.
Tub-to-pump hose leaking at clamp.
• Tighten clamp.
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Section 4
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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14. WALL RECEPTACLE POLARITY CHECK
Refer to Figure 1.
NOTE: Have a qualified
electrician check
polarity of wall
receptacle. If a voltage
reading is measured
other than that
illustrated, the qualified
electrician should
correct the problem.
Neutral
L1
Neutral
Side
Ground
0
VAC
115 ± 12
VAC
115 ± 12
VAC
Round
Grounding
Prong
W011G
Figure 1
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Section 4 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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15. POWER CORD TO CABINET TOP, CABINET TOP TO CONTROL HOOD MOUNTING
BRACKET, PRESSURE SWITCH MOUNTING BRACKET AND GROUND TAB ON GRAPHIC
PANEL
Power
Cord
Ground
Wires
Mechanical Timer Models
Ground
Wires
Power
Cord
Ground
Wires
Ground
Wires
Electronic Control Models
Figure 2
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Section 4 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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16. MAIN WIRE HARNESS TO TOP LEFT REAR CORNER GUSSET OF CABINET
Ground
Wires
Ground
Wires
Mixing
Valve
Guard
Through Serial No. R1339649XG
Starting Serial No. R1339650XG
Figure 3
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Section 4 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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17. MOTOR TO MOUNTING BRACKET TO BASE (if present).
Ground
Wire
Ground Wire to Base
(Discontinued starting
Serial No. 42P74967)
Figure 4
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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: 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.
18. CONTROL HOOD ASSEMBLY
Refer to Figure 5, 6, 7 or 8.
a. Remove six screws (3 on top and 3 at lower
front) holding hood assembly to control hood
rear panel and cabinet top.
b. Disconnect wires from component parts and
carefully remove components from control
hood assembly.
TO REMOVE CONTROL HOOD END CAPS
Remove end caps by carefully prying caps out of
slots in ends of hood.
19. ELECTRONIC CONTROL
Refer to Figure 5 or 6.
IMPORTANT: When removing or installing an
electronic control, handle the control by the edges
or the control could become damaged.
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring electronic control.
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring component parts.
Pressure
Switch
End Cap
(Left)
Screw
Control
Hood
Screw
Control
Knob
Assembly
Electronic
Control
End Cap
(Right)
Clip
Graphic
Panel
Screw
W419P
GRAPHIC PANEL, CONTROL HOOD AND CONTROLS
(Models AA9131, NA8631, NA8531, NA8331, NA6532, NA6531, NA6530, NA6332 and NA6331)
Figure 5
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Screw
End Cap
(Left)
Pressure
Switch
Control Hood
Assembly
Screw
Temperature
Switch
Screw
Screws
Graphic
Panel
Signal
Option
Switch
Screw
Timer
Timer
Knob
Timer Knob
Skirt
End Cap
(Right)
Screw
W432P
GRAPHIC PANEL, CONTROL HOOD AND CONTROLS
(Models NA7512 and NA7321)
Pressure
Switch
End Cap
(Left)
Control
Hood
Assembly
Screw
Screw
Control
Knob
Assembly
Clip
Electronic
Control
End Cap
(Right)
Graphic
Panel
Screw
W419P
GRAPHIC PANEL, CONTROL HOOD AND CONTROLS
(Models AA7131, NA5531, NA5530, NA5331 and NA5330)
Figure 6
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End Cap
(Left)
Pressure
Switch
Screw
Temperature
Switch
Screw
Screw
Speed
Switch
Control Hood
Assembly
Graphic
Panel
Mallory
Timer
Screw
Clip
Eaton
Timer
End Cap
(Right)
Control
Knob
Assembly
W420P
Screw
Timer
Knob
Timer Knob
Skirt
GRAPHIC PANEL, CONTROL HOOD AND CONTROLS
(Models NA6621, NA6522, NA6521, NA6520, NA6321 and AA6121)
Screw
End Cap
(Left)
Control Hood
Assembly
Pressure
Switch
Screw
Temperature
Switch
Screw
Graphic
Panel
Mallory
Timer
Clip
Screw
Eaton
Timer
Nut
Control
Knob
Assembly
Timer
Knob
Screw
Timer Knob
Skirt
End Cap
(Right)
W435P
GRAPHIC PANEL, CONTROL HOOD AND CONTROLS
(Models NA5721, AA5121, NA4621, NA4522, NA4521, NA4520, NA4321, NA4320,
AA4111, AA4110, NA3612, NA3520, NA3512, NA3511, NA3510, NA3320,
NA3312, NA3311, NA3310, AA3111, AA3110, NA2510 and NA2310)
Figure 7
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Pressure
Switch
Screw
End Cap
(Left)
Control Hood
Assembly
Temperature
Switch
Screws
Screw
Graphic
Panel
Mallory
Timer
Screw
Eaton
Timer
Control
Knob
Assembly
End Cap
(Right)
Screw
Timer
Knob
Timer Knob
Skirt
W434P
GRAPHIC PANEL, CONTROL HOOD AND CONTROLS
(Models NA5521, NA5520, NA5321 and NA5320)
End Cap
(Left)
Screw
Mallory
Timer
Pressure
Switch
Control Hood
Assembly
Graphic
Panel
Screw
Screw
Screw
Eaton
Timer
Screw
Timer
Knob
End Cap
(Right)
Timer Knob
Skirt
W436P
GRAPHIC PANEL, CONTROL HOOD AND CONTROLS
(Model NA2110)
Figure 8
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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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Terminal Block
Plug
Timer
Control Hood
Assembly
Timer
Attaching
Screws
Locking
Tabs
Figure 9
20. TIMER
Refer to Figure 6, 7 or 8.
a. Remove six screws (3 on top and 3 at lower
front) holding hood assembly to control hood
rear panel and cabinet top.
b. Unscrew timer knob from timer shaft (right
hand thread), then remove timer knob skirt.
c. Remove two screws holding timer to control
hood mounting plate. Refer to Figure 9.
NOTE: DO NOT attempt to repair timer.
d. Disengage wire harness terminal block plug(s)
from timer by pressing in on movable locking
tabs (located on each side of terminal block
plug) and pulling away from timer. Refer to
Figure 9.
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IMPORTANT: To avoid an open circuit, DO NOT
pull on terminal block wires when removing blocks
from timer as this could damage wires or terminal
crimping.
Before attaching wire harness terminal blocks to
timer, make sure all male terminals on timer are
straight and are capable of accepting terminals
from wire harness terminal blocks.
NOTE: When installing timer, be sure timer is
installed correctly and is securely mounted to
bracket on control hood. Refer to Figure 10.
e. The horizontal and vertical tabs on front plate
of timer must seat completely into the slots on
the control hood mounting bracket, and that the
two screws are torqued down between 12 to 18
inch pounds (14 to 21 cm-kg).
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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: To avoid timer damage, do not allow
timer to be struck on corners, edges of frame, or on
timer shaft.
b. Disconnect wires from component parts and
carefully remove components from control
hood assembly.
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring component parts.
Control Hood
Mounting
Plate
Timer
Attaching
Screws
c. Bend tabs on graphic panel (located inside of
control hood) straight out toward rear of hood.
d. Carefully remove graphic panel off front of
control hood.
24. LOADING DOOR
Refer to Figure 11.
a. Depress tab on either hinge, then slide hinge out
of loading door and bushing in cabinet.
b. Tilt loading door slightly and slide door and
hinge out of opposite bushing.
Cross
Shaped
Holes
Figure 10
21. TEMPERATURE SWITCH
Refer to Figure 6, 7 or 8 for switch removal.
Loading
Door
Hinge
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring switch.
22. PRESSURE SWITCH
Refer to Figure 5, 6, 7 or 8 for switch removal.
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring switch.
IMPORTANT: When installing pressure switch,
blow air through pressure hose before connecting
hose to switch to remove any condensation that may
have accumulated in the hose.
23. GRAPHIC PANEL
Refer to Figure 5, 6, 7 or 8.
a. Remove six screws (3 on top and 3 at lower
front) holding hood assembly to control hood
rear panel and cabinet top.
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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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25. AGITATOR
a. Open loading door.
b. To remove agitator by hand, place two agitator
hooks, No. 254P4P, under bottom edge of
agitator. Refer to Figure 12.
No. 254P4P
Agitator Hooks
26. AGITATOR, DRIVE BELL AND SEAL KIT
ASSEMBLY
IMPORTANT: If water is present in the washtub,
spin and pump out before attempting to remove the
drive bell and seal seat assembly.
a. Open loading door.
b. To remove agitator by hand, place two agitator
hooks, No. 254P4P, under bottom edge of
agitator. Refer to Figure 12.
IMPORTANT: Hooks should be positioned 180
degrees of each other, and must be placed under
agitator fin for greater stability. If hooks are placed
between the fin area, damage to agitator may occur.
c. Using a rocking motion (back and forth)
carefully lift agitator off drive bell.
d. Remove the screw and o-ring washer from the
top side of the drive bell.
NOTE: To remove the drive bell from the
transmission shaft will require using the No. 294P4
Drive Bell Tool.
Agitator
Bolt
Large
Nut
Figure 12
IMPORTANT: Hooks should be positioned 180
degrees of each other, and must be placed under
agitator fin for greater stability. If hooks are placed
between the fin area, damage to agitator may occur.
c. Using a rocking motion (back and forth)
carefully lift agitator off drive bell.
Wing
Nut
Indent
Jaw
Jaw
Lip
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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e. Back bolt out of tool approximately three
quarters of the way.
f. Place tool over the bell, making sure indent on
jaw lines up with wide slots on the bell. Refer
to Figure 14.
Turn Adjustable
Wrench Counterclockwise
to Remove Drive Bell
Wing
Nut
Jaws
Figure 15
Drive
Bell
Wide
Slot
Figure 14
g. Screw the bolt down through hole in top of bell
until bolt bottoms out in the hole in the
transmission shaft.
h. Place lip of each jaw under bottom edge of
drive bell, making sure indent on jaw lines up
with wide slots on bell. Then tighten the two
wing nuts to hold jaws firmly against drive bell.
Refer to Figure 14.
i. Using an adjustable wrench, turn large nut on
tool COUNTERCLOCKWISE to pull drive
bell from transmission output shaft. Refer to
Figure 15.
IMPORTANT: If large nut is turned clockwise
when pulling drive bell, you will twist off the 1/4
inch bolt.
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j. Turn the 1/4 inch bolt out of transmission shaft
and remove tool and drive bell from washer.
k. Loosen the two wing nuts and remove drive bell
from tool.
l. Carefully pry the old seal out of the drive bell
and clean any foreign materials from the bell.
IMPORTANT: We recommend that both the seal
seat and the seal head be replaced together in pairs.
DO NOT replace only one of the two.
m. Install the new seal into the drive bell.
n. Remove the seal head from the hub and clean
any foreign material from the hub seal
mounting area.
o. Place the new seal head on hub and carefully
push the seal head into position.
IMPORTANT: Make sure the seal is pressed down
against the shoulder on the hub.
NOTE: Soapy water will aid in the assembly of the
seal onto the hub.
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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: DO NOT apply any type of
lubricants to the sealing surfaces of either the seal
seat or seal head as you will damage the seals.
TO REINSTALL DRIVE BELL
a. Position drive bell over transmission shaft.
Rotate drive bell until splines in drive bell line
up with splines on transmission shaft.
b. Place No. 294P4 Bell Tool over top of bell.
Screw bolt into transmission shaft until it
bottoms out.
NOTE: It is not necessary to use the tool jaws on
drive bell during this operation.
c. Use an adjustable wrench and turn large nut on
tool CLOCKWISE to force drive bell down
onto transmission shaft until bell bottoms out
on shaft.
d. Turn bolt out of transmission shaft and remove
tool.
e. Place new o-ring gasket onto new screw.
Thread the new screw down through hole in top
of drive bell and into transmission shaft. DO
NOT reuse the old screw and o-ring gasket!
NOTE: Torque new screw down between 45 to 55
inch pounds (5 to 6.2 Nm). Over torque will
mushroom the plastic bell.
f. Place agitator on top of drive bell. Slowly rotate
agitator until fingers on underside of agitator
line up with large slots on drive bell.
g. 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.
27. FRONT PANEL
Refer to Figure 16.
a. Remove two screws from bottom edge of front
panel.
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.
Hold-Down
Clip
Front Panel
Screws
Figure 16
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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28. PUMP BELT
a. Remove two screws from bottom edge of front
panel. Refer to Figure 16.
b. Pull bottom of panel away from washer until
hold-down clips (located on top flange of
panel) disengage from slots in cabinet top.
Refer to Figure 16.
c. Loosen two front mounting screws and one rear
mounting screw holding pump and bracket to
washer base. Refer to Figure 17. Pivot entire
assembly toward motor to loosen belt tension.
d. Run belt off motor pulley, then remove belt
from pump pulley.
Pump
Belt
NOTE: After installing pump belt, adjust belt.
Refer to Paragraph 51.
29. DRIVE BELT
a. Remove two screws from bottom edge of front
panel. Refer to Figure 16.
b. Pull bottom of panel away from washer until
hold-down clips (located on top flange of
panel) disengage from slots in cabinet top.
Refer to Figure 16.
c. Loosen two front mounting screws and one rear
mounting screw holding pump and bracket to
washer base. Refer to Figure 17. Pivot entire
assembly toward motor to loosen belt tension.
Pump
Attaching
Screws
Figure 17
d. Run belt off motor pulley, then remove belt
from pump pulley.
NOTE: After installing pump belt, adjust belt.
Refer to Paragraph 51.
e. Reach in through front of motor mount and
move idler lever to the left to release tension on
belt.
IMPORTANT: Use care when releasing the idler
lever tension. If the idler spring or helper spring is
overstretched, washer operation will be affected.
f. 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 18.
g. Remove belt from motor pulley and pull belt
out through front of motor mount.
IMPORTANT: Drive belt MUST be replaced with
belt No. 28808 (special clutch-type belt) for proper
washer operation.
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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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TO INSTALL NO. 28808 DRIVE BELT
NOTE: If the new belt is replacing a burned belt,
the motor pulley “V” groove must be polished with
a fine (320 grit) emery cloth to remove the rubber
residue. The residue will affect the washer spin
operation.
a. Push belt in through front of motor mount and
place belt on motor pulley.
b. Reach in and around right side of motor,
starting with belt on right side of large drive
pulley, run belt onto pulley.
c. Reach in through front of motor mount and
move idler lever to the left.
IMPORTANT: Use care when releasing the idler
lever tension. If the idler spring or helper spring is
overstretched, washer operation will be affected.
d. While holding idler lever, reach around right
side of motor and place belt on idler pulley.
IDLER PULLEY MUST RIDE ON OUTSIDE
OF BELT.
NOTE: There is no belt adjustment after installing
new drive belt. Check to be sure motor and
mounting bracket have been shifted toward rear of
washer to its limit of travel within the mounting
bracket attaching screws. If the motor and
mounting bracket must be repositioned, loosen the
four motor attaching screws and shift motor and
mounting bracket toward rear of washer to its limit
of travel. Retighten the four attaching screws. Refer
to Figure 18.
Drive
Pulley
Wire harness
must be installed
ahead of spring.
Drive
Belt
Motor
Attaching
Screws
Helper
Spring
Idler
Spring
Figure 18
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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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30. MOTOR AND MOUNTING BRACKET
a. Remove front panel. Refer to Paragraph 27.
b. Disconnect motor wire harness from base wire
harness at disconnect blocks. Refer to
Figure 23.
NOTE: Starting with serial No. R1339650XG and
continuing through R1566483YG, the motor wire
harness and base wire harness disconnect blocks
are attached to the inside of the left side of the
washer cabinet with double sided tape. If the
disconnect blocks are removed during service, a
new piece of tape will be needed to hold the harness
disconnect blocks to the side of the washer cabinet.
c. Remove pump belt. Refer to Paragraph 28.
Then remove drive belt. Refer to Paragraph 29.
NOTE: When installing belts, adjust pump belt.
Refer to Paragraph 51. There is no drive belt
adjustment.
d. If present, remove screw holding ground wire
to washer base.
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e. Remove four screws holding motor and
mounting bracket to washer base. Refer to
Figure 19. Then lift complete assembly out of
washer.
NOTE: When installing motor and mounting
bracket, tab on right bottom flange of mounting
bracket must be placed in position hole in base.
Mounting bracket must be shifted toward rear of
washer to its limit of travel within the mounting
bracket attaching screws.
f. Remove nuts, steel washers, spacers and rubber
mounts holding motor to mounting bracket.
Refer to Figure 20. Lift motor off mounting
bracket and remove balance of rubber mounts
and steel washers from motor mounting studs.
IMPORTANT: When installing motor on mounting
bracket, position motor with switch facing toward
left side of mounting bracket.
NOTE: Refer to Figure 20 for motor and mounting
bracket assembly sequence.
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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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Helper
Spring
Wire harness must
be installed ahead
of spring.
Positioning
Tab
The round spring hook
must be hooked in
rear hole for proper
idler lever operation.
WA100-SV
Motor Mounting
Bracket
Ground Wire
(Green)
(If present)
Motor
Attaching
Screws
Ground
Screw
(If present)
Ground Wire to Base
(Discontinued starting
Serial No. 42P74967)
Figure 19
31. IDLER LEVER AND PULLEY
a. Remove motor and mounting bracket. Refer to
Paragraph 30, steps “a” through “e”.
b. Remove nut, washer and bolt holding idler
lever and pulley to motor mounting bracket.
NOTE: Refer to Figure 20 for idler lever and pulley
assembly sequence.
c. Apply No. 03637 Lubricant to the area of idler
lever making contact with motor mounting
bracket.
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Motor
Shield
Nut
Motor
Switch
Motor
Pulley
(Agitate and Spin)
Roll
Pin
Pulley
(Pump)
Nut
Steel
Washer
Motor
Mounting
Bracket
Rubber
Mount
Helper
Spring
Locknut
Idler
Lever
Spacer
Washer
Rubber
Mount
Ground Wire
(Green)
Steel
Washer
Nut
Shoulder
Bolt
Spring
Ground Clip
(Clips to the motor
mounting bracket)
Clip
Idler
Shaft
Idler
Pulley
Felt
Washers
Nylatron
Washer
Belt
(Agitate
and Spin)
Retainer
Ring
W416P
Belt
(Pump)
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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32. MOTOR DRIVE PULLEY OR PUMP
PULLEY
a. Remove motor and mounting bracket. Refer to
Paragraph 30, steps “a” through “e”.
b. Lay motor and mounting bracket on its side.
NOTE: To remove pulleys, support motor shaft (to
prevent bending shaft) and drive out pulley roll
pins.
33. MOTOR SWITCH
a. Remove front panel. Refer to Paragraph 27.
b. Remove nut holding motor shield to motor.
Refer to Figure 20.
c. Disconnect external wires from motor switch
terminals.
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring external switch wires.
d. Remove two screws holding switch to motor.
Refer to Figure 20.
e. Disconnect internal motor leads from switch
terminals.
NOTE: Refer to Section 10 for rewiring internal
switch wires.
Outer Tub
to Pump
Hose
Recirculating
Inlet Hose
34. PUMP ASSEMBLY
a. Remove front panel. Refer to Paragraph 27.
b. Remove pump belt. Refer to Paragraph 28.
IMPORTANT: There will always be some water
that will remain in the outer tub; therefore, before
removing hoses from the pump, the hoses will have
to be pinched off or drained to prevent water
spillage on the floor.
c. Remove the two front mounting screws, and
loosen the rear screw. Refer to Figure 21.
NOTE: Rear screw hole in pump mounting bracket
is keyhole shaped; therefore, it is not necessary to
remove the rear screw.
d. Slide pump and mounting bracket toward rear
of washer and lift assembly out of washer.
e. Loosen hose clamps and remove all hoses from
pump assembly. Refer to Figure 21.
Pump Mounting Bracket
Remove four screws holding pump to mounting
bracket.
NOTE: Refer to Figure 22 for pump and mounting
bracket assembly sequence.
Pump
Assembly
Hose
Clamps
Drain
Hose
Recirculating
Return Hose
Hose
Clamp
Pump
Mounting
Bracket
Pump
Attaching
Screws
WA102-SV
WA101-SV
Figure 21
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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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Wire
Harness
Clip
Wire Harness
Disconnect
Blocks
Cabinet Top
Hold-Down
Screw
Cabinet Top
Hold-Down
Screw
Door Switch
and Out-of-Balance
Switch Assembly
Through Serial No. R1339649XG
Wire Harness
Disconnect
Blocks
Door Switch
and Out-of-Balance
Switch Assembly
Starting Serial No. R1339650XG and
Continuing through R1566483YG
Figure 23
35. CABINET TOP ASSEMBLY
a. Remove two screws from bottom edge of front
panel. Refer to Figure 16.
b. Pull bottom of panel away from washer until
hold-down clips (located on top flange of
panel) disengage from slots in cabinet top.
Refer to Figure 16.
c. Remove two cabinet top hold-down screws.
Refer to Figure 23.
d. If area or space permits, tape loading door
closed and lift cabinet top to a vertical position
by hinging it on the rear hold-down bracket.
Chain
NOTE: Cabinet top is self-supporting, however, a
small chain may be used for additional support.
Refer to Figure 24.
Figure 24
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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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TO REMOVE CABINET TOP FROM
WASHER
a. Repeat steps “a”, “b” and “c” of Paragraph 35.
b. Remove six screws (3 on top and 3 at lower
front) holding control hood assembly to control
hood rear panel and cabinet top. Disconnect
hose from pressure switch and push hose down
through hole in cabinet top. Reinstall control
hood assembly.
c. Disconnect wire harness at disconnect blocks.
Refer to Figure 23.
NOTE: Starting with serial No. R1339650XG and
continuing through R1566483YG, the motor wire
harness and base wire harness disconnect blocks
are attached to the inside of the left side of the
washer cabinet with double sided tape. If the
disconnect blocks are removed during service, a
new piece of tape will be needed to hold the harness
disconnect blocks to the side of the washer cabinet.
d. Through Serial No. R1339649XG, remove wire
clips holding wire harness and pressure hose to
top flange of left side of washer cabinet. Refer
to Figure 23.
e. Tape loading door closed.
f. Lift front of cabinet top slightly and pull
forward to disengage from rear hold-down
brackets.
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g. Pull top forward far enough to permit
disconnecting green ground wires from top rear
corner of washer cabinet. Disconnect wires
from mixing valve solenoids at rear of washer.
NOTE: Starting with Serial No. R1339650XG and
continuing through R1566483YG, a guard was
added to the mixing valve area. Refer to Figure 3.
This guard must be removed before disconnecting
the wires from the mixing valve solenoids.
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring mixing valve solenoids.
h. Carefully lift cabinet top off washer and set
alongside the washer cabinet on protective
padding.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of personal injury, be
careful not to damage door switch and outof-balance switch lever when removing the
cabinet top.
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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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36. DOOR AND OUT-OF-BALANCE SWITCH
AND BRACKET ASSEMBLY
Refer to Figure 25.
NOTE: Starting with Serial No. R1339650XG and
continuing through R1566483YG, a guard was
added to the lid switch and bracket assembly,
Figure 25. If the lid switch and bracket assembly are
removed for service and the guard is removed, the
guard MUST be reinstalled on the lid switch and
bracket assembly to reduce the risk of an electric
shock.
a. Hinge cabinet top or remove. Refer to
Paragraph 35.
b. Remove screw holding switch and bracket
assembly to underside of the right front corner
flange of the cabinet top.
c. Disconnect wires from switch.
NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring switch.
d. Remove two screws holding switch to bracket.
NOTE: After installing switch and bracket
assembly, adjust per Paragraph 52.
Switch
Attaching
Screw
Shield
Switch
Lever
Bracket
Lid Switch
Guard
(starting Serial No.
R1339650XG and
continuing through
R1566483YG)
Spring
Cabinet
Top
Attaching
Screw
W438P
Attaching
Screws
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.
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Pressure
Hose
Water Inlet
Hose
Water Inlet
Hose
Backflow
Preventer
Backflow
Preventer
Mixing Valve
Attaching
Screw
Wire Harness
Enclosure
Center
Line
Center
Line
White
Line
White
Line
Mixing Valve
Attaching
Screw
Hose
Clamp
Wire Harness
Clip
Filler
Hose
Filler
Hose
Hose
Clamp
Through Serial No. R1339649XG
Pressure
Hose
Starting Serial No. R1339650XG and
Continuing through R1566483YG
Figure 26
37. MIXING VALVE ASSEMBLY
NOTE: Starting with Serial No. R1339650XG and
continuing through R1566483YG, a guard was
added to the mixing valve area. The guard must be
removed before the mixing valve can be serviced.
a. Hinge cabinet top or remove. Refer to
Paragraph 35.
b. Remove screw holding mixing valve to
mounting bracket at rear of washer cabinet.
Refer to Figure 26.
NOTE: When installing mixing valve, tab on
bottom flange must be placed in positioning hole in
mounting bracket.
c. Pull mixing valve out toward front of washer
far enough to permit disconnecting water inlet
hoses from mixing valve. Refer to Figure 26.
d. Disconnect wires from mixing valve solenoids.
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NOTE: Refer to appropriate wiring diagram when
rewiring solenoids.
38. WASHTUB AND LINT FILTER
a. Remove agitator. Refer to Paragraph 25.
b. Hinge cabinet top or remove. Refer to
Paragraph 35.
c. Disconnect filler hose from backflow
preventer. Refer to Figure 26.
NOTE: When installing filler hose, white line on
hose must be aligned with center line of backflow
preventer. Refer to Figure 26. A 1/8 inch clearance
is necessary to prevent the hose from rubbing on the
flange of the tub cover. Refer to Figure 27. Loosen
hose clamp and move hose to obtain the proper
clearance.
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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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d. Remove eight clips holding outer tub cover to
tub, lift cover off tub and set beside washer
cabinet. Refer to Figure 27.
e. Remove four screws and washers holding
washtub to hub. Refer to Figure 28.
1/8 Inch
Clearance
Washtub
Screws
Notch
Figure 28
Left Front
Clip Hole
Clips
(8)
Clip
Outer
Tub
Cover
Outer
Tub
Figure 27
NOTE: When installing outer tub cover, always use
a new cover gasket. Lubricate the gasket with liquid
soap to aid in assembly. Cover must be placed on
outer tub so notch on top edge of outer tub cover is
directly over left front clip hole in tub. Refer to
Figure 27. Starting with this hole, place each spring
clip in its respective hole and snap in place. Refer to
Figure 27 for proper clip installation.
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IMPORTANT: Porcelain Washtub Models – Use
care when tightening the screws to avoid chipping
porcelain on the washtub.
f. Lift washtub and lint filter out of outer tub.
IMPORTANT: When removing the washtub and
lint filter, DO NOT lift up on the lint filter as you
could damage the filter. Grasp the top flange of the
washtub and remove from outer tub.
NOTE: When installing washtub, always use a new
gasket between the tub and hub.
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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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TO REMOVE LINT FILTER FROM
WASHTUB
a. Place a small screwdriver in behind the slots
provided in the lint filter. Refer to Figure 29.
b. Carefully pry the pins of the lint filter out of the
holes in the washtub. Refer to Figure 29.
Slots
Pins
Figure 29
NOTE: As you are prying out the pins, lift up on the
filter.
c. Pry the filter pins out of the washtub holes
approximately half way around the tub before
the filter can be removed.
TO INSTALL LINT FILTER IN WASHTUB
Place the lint filter on top of washtub, making sure
the filter pins line up with the holes in the
washtub. Then carefully push the filter down into
the washtub until all the pins snap into their
respective holes.
39. WATER SEAL AND HUB ASSEMBLY
IMPORTANT: If water is present in washtub, spin
and pump out before removing drive bell.
a. Remove two screws from bottom edge of front
panel. Refer to Figure 16.
b. Pull bottom of panel away from washer until
hold-down clips (located on top flange of
panel) disengage from slots in cabinet top.
Refer to Figure 16.
c. Remove two cabinet top hold-down screws.
Refer to Figure 23.
d. Remove agitator. Refer to Paragraph 25.
e. Disconnect filler hose from backflow
preventer. Then remove the eight clips holding
cover to outer tub. Refer to Figure 27.
NOTE: When reinstalling filler hose, white line on
hose must be aligned with center line of backflow
preventer. Refer to Figure 26. A 1/8 inch clearance
is necessary to prevent the hose from rubbing on the
flange of the tub cover. Refer to Figure 27. Loosen
hose clamp and move hose to obtain the proper
clearance.
f. Lift cover off outer tub and set beside washer
cabinet. Remove old cover gasket.
Transmission
Output Shaft
Hex
Nut
Hub
Assembly
Figure 30
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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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Outer Tub
Flange
Apply
Bead of
No. 27615P
Sealant
(Step “a”)
Flinger
Figure 31
g. Remove four screws holding washtub to hub.
Refer to Figure 28. Then lift washtub out of
outer tub.
IMPORTANT: When removing washtub, DO NOT
lift up on lint filter as you could damage it. Grasp
top flange of washtub and remove from outer tub.
NOTE: Be sure all traces of old gasket are removed
from bottom of washtub.
h. Remove agitator drive bell. Refer to Paragraph
26.
i. Remove the seal head from the hub.
IMPORTANT: Use a new spline insert each time
hex nut is removed. DO NOT reuse old insert
because hex nut may loosen during washer
operation.
l. Remove hub from splines on transmission tube.
NOTE: It may be necessary to use a gear puller to
remove hub.
m. Remove old water seal from outer tub.
IMPORTANT: Use care when removing old seal so
as not to damage tub flange or porcelain.
IMPORTANT: We recommend that both the seal
seat and the seal head be replaced together in pairs.
DO NOT replace only one of the two seals.
j. Remove large hex nut using a No. 306P4 Hex
Wrench. Refer to Figure 30.
k. Remove spline insert from transmission tube.
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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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Water
Seal
Stainless
Steel
Sleeve
Lubricate
(Lubricate per
Step “b”)
Lubricate
(Lubricate per
Step “b”)
Bronze Portion
of Seal
Press Here
to Assemble
Flush
Garter
Spring
Garter
Spring
Apply Bead of No.
27615P Sealant
Here (Step “e”)
Insert Sleeve from
Bottom Side of Seal
Apply Bead of No.
27615P Sealant
Here (Step “e”)
Figure 32
TO INSTALL NO. 495P3 HUB AND SEAL
KIT
IMPORTANT: Be sure inner surface of tub flange is
clean of all foreign material before installing new
seal.
a. Apply a small amount of 27615P Sealant,
(supplied in kit) around outer surface of tub
flange. Refer to Figure 31.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT allow sealant to get in
contact with the flinger, because this could prevent
flinger from keeping moisture out of upper bearing.
Refer to Figure 31.
b. 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 32.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT over lubricate!
c. Insert stainless steel sleeve into water seal from
bottom side of the seal until the sleeve is flush
with bronze portion of the seal. Refer to
Figure 32.
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d. Leave the garter spring on seal. Place new seal
over outer tub flange (with seal lip on outside of
tub flange). Then press seal into tub flange
opening using moderate finger pressure.
e. Carefully apply a small amount of No. 27615P
Sealant (supplied with kit) around outer edge of
seal and tub (area located just below garter
spring). Refer to Figure 32.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT allow sealant to contact
sealing surface of water seal because it will cause a
water leak.
f. Lubricate inner splines of new hub assembly
(supplied in kit) with No. 27604P Anti-Seize
Compound.
g. Carefully place new hub assembly on splined
transmission tube.
IMPORTANT: Firmly push hub down against outer
tub seal and hold in this position.
h. While holding hub down, place spline insert
onto the transmission tube until it bottoms
against the hub. Then place the hex nut on the
transmission tube (with the larger inside bevel
on the nut toward the spline insert). Tighten the
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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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nut using a torque wrench or the No. 306P4 Hex
Wrench.
IMPORTANT: Torque hex nut down between 40 to
70 foot pounds (54.23 to 94.91 Nm). If torque
wrench is not available, tap hex wrench with a
hammer until hub turns or until nut will no longer
tighten.
i. Through Serial No. R1438801XN – Apply a
small amount of non-staining petroleum jelly
(such as Vaseline) to each of the sealing
surfaces where washtub gasket will contact hub
and the bottom of washtub. Carefully place the
new washtub gasket (supplied in kit) on hub.
NOTE: Be sure all traces of the old gasket are
removed from the bottom of the washtub.
Starting Serial No. R1438802XN – Place the
lint filter on hub.
j. Install washtub by grasping the top flange of the
washtub and carefully lowering washtub down
onto the gasket or lint filter and hub.
IMPORTANT: Before setting tub into place, be sure
holes in washtub line up with holes in gasket or lint
filter and hub.
k. Secure washtub to hub using four screws
previously removed.
IMPORTANT: Porcelain Washtub Models — Use
care when tightening cap screws to avoid chipping
porcelain on the washtub.
l. Carefully place the new outer tub cover gasket
(supplied in kit) around top rim of outer tub.
NOTE: When installing outer tub cover, lubricate
the cover gasket with liquid soap to aid assembly.
Cover must be placed on outer tub so notch on top
edge of outer tub cover is directly over left front clip
hole in tub. Refer to Figure 27. Starting with this
hole, place each spring clip in its respective hole and
snap into place. Refer to Figure 27 for proper clip
installation.
m. Reinstall filler hose on backflow preventer.
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NOTE: When reinstalling filler hose, white line on hose
must be aligned with center line of backflow preventer.
Refer to Figure 26. A 1/8 inch clearance is necessary to
prevent the hose from rubbing on the flange of the tub
cover. Refer to Figure 27. Loosen hose clamp and move
hose to obtain the proper clearance.
TO INSTALL DRIVE BELL AND NO. 39508P
SEAL KIT
a. Place the new seal head (supplied in kit) onto
hub then carefully push seal head into position
using the large end of 293P4 seal tool. Make
sure the seal is pressed down against the
shoulder on the hub.
NOTE: Soapy water will aid in the assembly of the
seal onto the hub.
b. Install the new seal seat (supplied in kit) into
the drive bell using small end of 293P4 seal
tool.
c. Position drive bell over transmission shaft.
Rotate drive bell until splines in drive bell line
up with splines on transmission shaft.
d. Place the No. 294P4 Bell Tool over top of bell.
Screw bolt into transmission shaft until it
bottoms out.
NOTE: It is not necessary to clamp the tool jaws on
the drive bell during this operation.
e. Use an adjustable wrench and turn large nut on
tool CLOCKWISE to force drive bell down
onto transmission shaft until bell bottoms out
on shaft.
f. Turn bolt out of transmission shaft and remove
tool.
g. Install the new screw and o-ring washer
(supplied in kit) in top of drive bell.
NOTE: Torque the new screw down between 45 to
55 inch pounds (5 to 6.2 Nm). Over torque will
mushroom the plastic bell.
h. Place the agitator on top of the drive bell.
Slowly rotate the agitator until the fingers on
the underside of agitator line up with the large
slots on drive bell.
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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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i. A sharp blow on top of the agitator, with the
palm of your hand, will force the agitator down
onto the drive bell, allowing the fingers on the
underside of the agitator to lock under the
bottom edge of the drive bell.
NOTE: Do not push the agitator onto the drive bell
any further than necessary.
j. Carefully reinstall cabinet top and secure to
washer cabinet using screws previously
removed.
k. Reinstall front panel.
l. Place washer into the final spin, close loading
door, start washer and let washtub spin for
approximately 30 seconds to one minute.
IMPORTANT: Step “l” is necessary to allow the
petroleum jelly, applied to the water seal, a chance
to run in on the seal surfaces before water is added
to the washer.
40. OUTER TUB
a. Remove agitator. Refer to Paragraph 25.
b. Remove front panel. Refer to Paragraph 27.
c. Remove two cabinet top hold-down screws and
hinge cabinet top or remove. Refer to
Paragraph 35.
d. Loosen hose clamp and disconnect filler hose
from backflow preventer. Then remove eight
clips holding cover to outer tub. Refer to
Figure 27.
NOTE: When reinstalling filler hose, white line on
hose must be aligned with center line of backflow
preventer. Refer to Figure 26. A 1/8 inch clearance
is necessary to prevent the hose from rubbing on the
flange of the tub cover. Refer to Figure 27. Loosen
hose clamp and move hose to obtain the proper
clearance.
e. Remove cover from outer tub and set off to the
side to avoid damage, then remove old gasket.
NOTE: When installing outer tub cover, always use
a new cover gasket. Lubricate the gasket with liquid
soap to aid in assembly. Cover must be placed on
outer tub so notch on top edge of outer tub cover is
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directly over left front clip hole in tub. Refer to
Figure 27. Starting with this hole, place each spring
clip in its respective hole and snap in place. Refer to
Figure 27 for proper clip installation.
f. Remove four screws and washers holding
washtub to hub. Refer to Figure 28.
IMPORTANT: Porcelain Washtub Models — Use
care when tightening screws to avoid chipping
porcelain on washtub.
g. Lift washtub (with lint filter attached) out of
outer tub.
IMPORTANT: When removing washtub and lint
filter, DO NOT lift up on filter as you could damage
it. Grasp top flange of washtub and remove from
outer tub.
h. Remove agitator drive bell. Refer to Paragraph
26.
i. Remove large hex nut using a No. 306P4 Hex
Wrench. Then remove spline insert from
transmission tube.
IMPORTANT: Use a new spline insert each time
hex nut is removed. DO NOT reuse old insert
because hex nut may loosen during washer
operation.
j. Remove hub from splines on transmission tube.
NOTE: It may be necessary to use a gear puller to
remove hub.
k. Remove old water seal from outer tub.
IMPORTANT: Use care when removing old seal so
as not to damage tub flange or porcelain.
NOTE: When reinstalling or replacing outer tub,
always install a new No. 495P3 Hub and Seal Kit.
Refer to Paragraph 39.
l. Reach in through front of motor mounting
bracket and move idler lever to the left to
release tension on belt.
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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: Use care when releasing the idler
lever tension. If the idler spring or helper spring is
overstretched, washer operation will be affected.
m. While holding idler lever, reach in and around
right side of motor and run belt off right side of
pulley.
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.
reinstalling complete tub assembly, idler lever is in
the way and could be damaged (bent), or idler
pulley could be chipped. A bent idler lever will
cause misalignment of idler pulley with the drive
belt, and a chipped idler pulley will damage belt.
We recommend that before removing or reinstalling
the complete assembly, you unhook idler spring and
helper spring and move idler lever out of the way.
This will prevent the possibility of idler lever or
pulley damage.
With idler spring and helper spring hooked to
motor mounting bracket, idler lever extends out
through rear of bracket. When removing or
n. Using No. 321P4 Spring Hook Tool, unhook
five centering springs from lower edge of outer
tub. Refer to Figure 33.
Notch
Hose
Centering
Spring
Centering
Spring
Figure 33
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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: When removing the centering
springs, mark on the side of the outer tub what
notch the spring was hooked into. Springs must be
placed in the same notch when reinstalling. Do not
overstretch the springs. Mark the word “FRONT”
on the front side of the outer tub so the complete tub
module can be reinstalled in the same position.
o. Disconnect hoses between outer tub and pump
assembly.
p. Remove hose clamp holding pressure hose to
pressure switch accumulator. Then remove tape
holding pressure hose to outer tub.
q. Grasp outer tub and lift complete tub assembly
(with transmission, balance ring and pivot
dome attached) straight up and out of washer
cabinet.
r. Turn outer tub upside-down and set on
protective padding.
s. Remove screws and lockwashers holding each
support leg to outer tub. Refer to Figure 34.
Then lift transmission, balance ring and pivot
dome off tub.
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NOTE: To prevent porcelain damage, leg plates
must be installed on both sides of outer tub flange
when reinstalling support legs. (The thinner plate
must be installed between leg and tub flange and the
thicker plate must be installed on outside of tub
flange.) Do not overtighten the screws as this could
cause stripping or porcelain damage.
t. Turn outer tub upright and remove pressure
accumulator and grommet.
NOTE: When installing grommet into outer tub, the
thicker lip of grommet must be installed to outside
of tub. Lubricate outer surface of large opening of
accumulator with liquid soap to aid when
assembling the accumulator into the grommet.
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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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41. DRIVE PULLEY AND HELIX
a. Remove two screws from bottom edge of front
panel. Refer to Figure 16.
b. Pull bottom of panel away from washer until
hold-down clips (located on top flange of
panel) disengage from slots in cabinet top.
Refer to Figure 16.
c. Loosen two front mounting screws and loosen
one rear mounting screw holding pump and
bracket to washer base. Refer to Figure 17.
Pivot entire pump assembly toward motor to
loosen belt tension.
d. Run belt off motor pulley, then remove belt
from pump assembly.
e. 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 is
overstretched, washer operation will be affected.
f. 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 18.
g. Remove belt from motor pulley and pull belt
out through front of motor mounting bracket.
IMPORTANT: When reinstalling belt, no drive belt
adjustment is necessary.
NOTE: After installing belt, adjust belt. Refer to
Paragraph 51.
Pivot
Dome
Drive
Pulley
Brake
Assembly
Lower Bearing
Housing
Transmission
Assembly
Leg
Plate
Screw and
Lockwasher
Balance
Ring
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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Helix
Washer
Cap
Screw
Drive
Pulley
WA054-SV
Figure 35
h. Disconnect motor wire harness from base wire
harness at disconnect blocks. Refer to
Figure 23.
NOTE: Starting with serial No. R1339650XG and
continuing through R1566483YG, the motor wire
harness and base wire harness disconnect blocks
are attached to the inside of the left side of the
washer cabinet with double sided tape. If the
disconnect blocks are removed during service, a
new piece of tape will be needed to hold the harness
disconnect blocks to the side of the washer cabinet.
i. If present, remove screw holding ground wire
to washer base. Refer to Figure 19.
j. Remove four screws holding motor and
mounting bracket to washer base, then lift
complete assembly out of washer. Refer to
Figure 19.
NOTE: When reinstalling motor and mounting
bracket, positioning tab on right side of mounting
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bracket must be placed in positioning hole in base.
Mounting bracket must be shifted toward rear of
washer to its limit of travel within the mounting
bracket attaching screws.
k. Remove screw, washer and helix holding drive
pulley to the input shaft of the transmission
assembly. Refer to Figure 35.
l. Remove drive pulley by tilting right side up and
slide pulley out between right front and rear tub
support legs.
IMPORTANT: The two large flat washers must be
in place between the spring and drive pulley when
reassembling. Refer to Figure 36 for assembly
sequence.
NOTE: When reinstalling pulley, place a small
amount of lubricant to the top side of the drive
pulley that will be contacting large flat washers.
Lubricate helix ramps also. Refer to Figure 36.
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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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Brake
Pad
Bearing
Lower
Bearing
Housing
Rubber
Sleeve
Spacer
Shoulder
Screw
Brake
Assembly
(Starting
Serial No.
R1438802XN)
Spring
Brake
Assembly
(Through
Serial No.
R1438801XN)
Apply
Lubricant
Here
Flat
Washers
Drive
Pulley
Support
Leg
Helix
Washer
Cap
Screw
Apply
Lubricant
Here
Pivot
Dome
W443P
Base
Assembly
Figure 36
42. BRAKE ASSEMBLY
a. Remove drive pulley and helix. Refer to
Paragraph 41.
b. Using a right angle needle nose pliers, remove
spring from around lower transmission tube
(located inside the brake assembly). Refer to
Figure 36.
NOTE: Remove spring by turning in a
COUNTERCLOCKWISE direction (looking from
lower end of input shaft of transmission assembly).
c. Remove three screws holding brake pads,
rubber sleeves and brake assembly to lower
bearing housing, then remove brake assembly,
pads and spacer off bottom of transmission
assembly. Refer to Figure 36.
IMPORTANT: When reinstalling brake assembly,
we recommend replacing the three 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 the
brake assembly.
NOTE: Refer to Figure 36 for assembly sequence.
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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 spring, be sure it is
inserted into groove in large splines of lower
transmission tube. Use tool, No. 242P4, for installing
the spring.
h. 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 18.
i. Pull belt out toward front of washer.
43. LOWER BEARING HOUSING
a. Remove two screws from bottom edge of front
panel. Refer to Figure 16.
b. Pull bottom of panel away from washer until
hold-down clips (located on top flange of
panel) disengage from slots in cabinet top.
Refer to Figure 16.
c. Remove two cabinet top hold-down screws and
hinge cabinet top or remove. Refer to
Paragraph 35.
d. Remove agitator. Refer to Paragraph 25.
e. Disconnect filler hose from backflow
preventer. Refer to Figure 26.
IMPORTANT: When removing or reinstalling
complete outer tub into washer (with washtub,
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 could be damaged (bent), or idler
pulley could be chipped. A bent idler lever will
cause misalignment of idler pulley with the drive
belt, and a chipped idler pulley will damage belt.
NOTE: When reinstalling filler hose, white line on hose
must be aligned with center line of backflow preventer.
Refer to Figure 26. A 1/8 inch clearance is necessary to
prevent the hose from rubbing on the flange of the tub
cover. Refer to Figure 27. Loosen hose clamp and move
hose to obtain the proper clearance.
We recommend that before removing or reinstalling
the complete tub assembly, you unhook idler spring
and helper spring and move idler lever out of the
way. This will prevent the possibility of idler lever or
pulley damage.
f. Remove cover from outer tub and set off to the
side to avoid damage, then remove old cover
gasket.
j. Using No. 321P4 Spring Hook Tool, unhook
five centering springs from lower edge of outer
tub. Refer to Figure 33.
NOTE: When installing outer tub cover, always use
a new cover gasket. Lubricate the gasket with liquid
soap to aid in assembly. Cover must be placed on
outer tub so notch on top edge of outer tub cover is
directly over left front clip hole in tub. Refer to
Figure 27. Starting with this hole, place each spring
clip in its respective hole and snap in place. Refer to
Figure 27 for proper clip installation.
IMPORTANT: When removing the centering
springs, mark on the side of the outer tub what
notch the spring was hooked into. Springs must be
placed in the same notch when reinstalling. Do not
overstretch the springs. Mark the word “FRONT”
on the front side of the outer tub so the complete tub
module can be reinstalled in the same position.
g. Reach in through front of motor mounting
bracket and move idler lever to the left to
release tension on belt.
IMPORTANT: Use care when releasing the idler
lever tension. If the idler spring or helper spring is
overstretched, washer operation will be affected.
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k. Disconnect hoses between outer tub and pump
assembly.
IMPORTANT: There will always be some water
that will remain in the outer tub, therefore, before
removing the hoses from the pump, the hoses will
have to be drained to prevent spillage on the floor.
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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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l. Remove hose clamp holding pressure hose to
pressure accumulator and remove hose. Then
remove tape holding pressure hose to outer tub.
m. Grasp outer tub and lift tub (with washtub,
transmission, balance ring and pivot dome
attached) straight up and out of washer cabinet.
n. Turn complete tub assembly upside-down on
protective padding.
o. Remove screw, washer and helix holding drive
pulley to transmission shaft. Refer to Figure 35.
p. Remove drive pulley from transmission shaft.
Refer to Figure 35.
q. Remove large, flat washer from transmission
shaft. Refer to Figure 35.
r. Use a right angle needle nose pliers and remove
spring from around lower transmission tube
(located inside brake assembly).
Marked Side
of Balance
Ring
Balance
Ring
Apply
Anti-Seize
Compound
to this area
of both the
upper and lower
transmission
tubes.
Rack Area
of Transmission
Transmission
Assembly
NOTE: Remove spring by turning in a
COUNTERCLOCKWISE direction (looking at
bottom end of shaft).
IMPORTANT: When installing spring, be sure it is
inserted into groove in large splines of lower
transmission tube. Use spring tool, No. 242P4, for
installing spring.
s. Remove three screws and rubber sleeves
holding brake pads to lower bearing housing.
Refer to Figure 36.
t. Lift brake assembly, pads and spacer off
transmission tube.
u. Remove three screws holding lower bearing
housing to tub support legs. Refer to Figure 36.
v. Rotate bearing housing past legs, then carefully
lift bearing housing off transmission tube.
NOTE: It may be necessary to loosen one leg from
pivot dome to rotate housing. It may require
tapping lightly on housing to loosen it from the
transmission tube.
Figure 37
TO REMOVE BEARING
a. Support bearing housing around outside
diameter of bearing opening and carefully press
bearing out of the housing.
b. Clean all foreign material from inside 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.
IMPORTANT: When installing lower bearing
housing, apply No. 27604P Anti-Seize compound to
the area of transmission tube that will be contacting
bearing. Refer to 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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44. TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY
a. Remove two screws from bottom edge of front
panel. Refer to Figure 16.
b. Pull bottom of panel away from washer until
hold-down clips (located on top flange of
panel) disengage from slots in cabinet top.
Refer to Figure 16.
c. Remove two cabinet top hold-down screws and
hinge cabinet top or remove. Refer to
Paragraph 35.
d. Loosen hose clamp and disconnect filler hose
from backflow preventer. Refer to Figure 26.
Then remove eight clips holding cover to outer
tub. Refer to Figure 27.
NOTE: When reinstalling filler hose, white line on
hose must be aligned with center line of backflow
preventer. Refer to Figure 26. A 1/8 inch clearance
is necessary to prevent the hose from rubbing on the
flange of the tub cover. Refer to Figure 27. Loosen
hose clamp and move hose to obtain the proper
clearance.
e. Remove cover from outer tub and set off to the
side to avoid damage, then remove old gasket.
NOTE: When installing outer tub cover, always use
a new cover gasket. Lubricate the gasket with liquid
soap to aid in assembly. Cover must be placed on
outer tub so notch on top edge of outer tub cover is
directly over left front clip hole in tub. Refer to
Figure 27. Starting with this hole, place each spring
clip in its respective hole and snap in place. Refer to
Figure 27 for proper clip installation.
f. Remove four screws and washers holding
washtub to hub. Refer to Figure 28.
IMPORTANT: Porcelain Washtub Models — Use
care when tightening screws to avoid chipping
porcelain on washtub.
g. Lift washtub and lint filter out of outer tub.
IMPORTANT: When removing washtub and lint
filter, DO NOT lift up on lint filter as you could
damage it. Grasp top flange of washtub and remove
from outer tub.
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h. Remove drive bell. Refer to Paragraph 26,
steps “a” through “k”.
i. Remove hex nut using No. 306P4 Hex Wrench.
j. Remove hub from splines on transmission tube.
NOTE: It may be necessary to use a gear puller to
remove hub.
k. Remove the old water seal from the outer tub.
IMPORTANT: Use care when removing old seal so
as not to damage tub flange or porcelain.
NOTE: When reinstalling or replacing outer tub,
we recommend installing a new No. 495P3 Hub and
Seal Kit. Refer to Paragraph 39.
l. Reach in through front of motor mounting
bracket and move idler lever to the left to
release tension on belt.
IMPORTANT: Use care when releasing the idler
lever tension. If the idler spring or helper spring is
overstretched, washer operation will be affected.
m. While holding idler lever, reach in and around
right side of motor and run belt off right side of
large drive pulley.
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 could be damaged (bent), or idler
pulley could be chipped. A bent idler lever will
cause misalignment of idler pulley with the drive
belt, and a chipped idler pulley will damage belt.
We recommend that before removing or reinstalling
the complete assembly, you unhook idler spring and
helper spring and move idler lever out of the way.
This will prevent the possibility of idler lever or
pulley damage.
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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. Using No. 321P4 Spring Hook Tool, unhook
five centering springs from lower edge of outer
tub. Refer to Figure 33.
IMPORTANT: When removing the centering
springs, mark on the side of the outer tub what
notch the spring was hooked into. Springs must be
placed in the same notch when reinstalling. Do not
overstretch the springs. Mark the word “FRONT”
on the front side of the outer tub so the complete tub
module can be reinstalled in the same position.
o. Disconnect hoses between outer tub and pump
assembly.
IMPORTANT: Some water will always remain in
outer tub. Therefore, before removing hose from
pump, pinch off or drain hose to prevent water
spillage.
p. Loosen hose clamp holding pressure hose to
pressure accumulator and remove hose. Then
remove tape holding pressure hose to outer tub.
q. Grasp outer tub and lift complete tub assembly
(with transmission, balance ring and pivot
dome attached) straight up and out of washer
cabinet.
r. Turn outer tub upside-down and set on
protective padding.
s. Remove screw, washer and helix holding drive
pulley to transmission shaft. Then remove drive
pulley, needle bearing and bearing races (if
present) and large flat washer(s) from
transmission.
t. Using a right angle needle nose pliers, remove
spring from around lower transmission tube
(located inside the brake assembly).
NOTE: Remove spring by turning in a
COUNTERCLOCKWISE direction (looking at
bottom end of shaft).
IMPORTANT: When reinstalling spring, be sure it
is inserted into groove in large spline of
transmission tube. Use spring tool, No. 242P4, when
installing spring.
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u. Remove screws and lockwashers holding each
support leg to outer tub, then lift pivot dome,
brake assembly and lower bearing housing off
transmission tube. Refer to Figure 34.
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 37.
To prevent porcelain damage, leg plates must be
installed on both sides of outer tub flange when
reinstalling support legs. (The thinner plate must be
installed between leg and tub flange and the thicker
plate must be installed on outside of tub flange.) Do
not overtighten screws as this could cause stripping
or porcelain damage.
v. Remove four screws and lockwashers holding
transmission assembly to balance ring.
w. Lift transmission assembly straight up and out
of balance ring and upper bearing.
IMPORTANT: When replacing or reinstalling
transmission assembly, it is important that No.
27604P Anti-Seize Compound be applied to area of
the transmission tubes where they will be contacting
upper and lower bearings. Refer to Figure 37.
When reinstalling transmission assembly, note
there is a mark located on outer edge of balance
ring. This mark indicates the heavy side of ring.
This heavy side must be installed opposite the rack
of the transmission assembly. Refer to Figure 37.
Carefully lower transmission through balance ring
and upper bearing. DO NOT DROP OR LOWER
TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY INTO POSITION
TOO HARD as this can cause bearing to move
within bearing housing which will cause vibration,
noise, wear or no spin.
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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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TO DISASSEMBLE TRANSMISSION
ASSEMBLY
Refer to Figure 38 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 the 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 12, 4, and 7 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 vise.
f. While holding transmission by cover end,
gently tap each of the three remaining screws
until 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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NOTE: To prevent input shaft from turning during
removal of special screw, place a 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 (and square washer if
present) 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. These components are
not available separately.
k. Remove internal gear, slide and rack from
transmission case.
l. Remove transmission case from vise and drain
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.
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.
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Retainer
Ring
Transmission Oil
(1 Fill)
Shaft
(Output)
Washer
Internal
Gear
Screw
Special
Screw
Transmission Case
Assembly
Washer
Lockwasher
Washer
Drive
Pinion
Reduction
Gear
Shaft
(Input)
Identification
Groove
Agitator
Pinion
Dowel
Pin
Rack
Slide
Cap
Screw
Dowel
Pin
Transmission
Cover
Assembly
Loctite
(Use as a sealant between
Transmission Case and Cover.)
Figure 38
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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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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 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 oil should be put in the
track of the 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 the original set.
h. Refill transmission case with new No. 27243P
Transmission Oil (one fill).
i. To prevent seal damage, insert input shaft into
cover starting at outer end of cover tube.
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IMPORTANT: End of shaft with identification
groove, refer to Figure 38, must be facing outward.
This is the end that will mate with the helix.
j. Place square washer (if present) over shaft and
into position in the cover.
k. 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: Make sure mating surfaces of
transmission cover and case are free of oil or any
other foreign material.
l. Place reduction gear on stub shaft of cover and
install screw and washer.
NOTE: Use a thread locking compound on the
threads of the special screw to prevent screw from
loosening on the shaft.
m. Apply a bead of sealant, No. 37577P Loctite, on
mating surface of transmission case.
IMPORTANT: The bead of sealant should be no
more than 1/16 inch in diameter. DO NOT allow any
sealant to contact edges of internal gear (sealer may
damage moving parts).
n. 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.
o. Carefully lower cover onto case.
p. Secure two transmission halves together, using
eight screws removed during disassembly.
Tighten eight screws evenly.
q. Remove complete transmission assembly from
vise.
r. Apply Anti-Seize Compound, No. 27604P, to
smooth area of both transmission tubes that will
be contacting upper and lower bearings.
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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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Cap
Screw
Ball
Bearing
Upper
Bearing
Housing
Flinger
Outer
Tub
Upper
Bearing
Housing
Flinger
Figure 39
45. BALANCE RING
a. Remove transmission assembly, Paragraph 44,
steps “a” through “w”.
b. Lift balance ring off outer tub.
IMPORTANT: When reinstalling balance ring, note
if there is a mark located on outer edge of balance
ring. This mark indicates the heavy side of ring.
This heavy side must be installed opposite the rack
of the transmission assembly. Refer to Figure 37.
46. UPPER BEARING ASSEMBLY
a. Remove transmission assembly. Refer to
Paragraph 44, steps “a” through “w”.
b. Remove screws and lockwashers holding each
support leg to outer tub. Refer to Figure 34.
c. Lift complete pivot dome (with drive pulley,
brake assembly, lower bearing housing,
transmission assembly, and balance ring
attached) off outer tub.
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NOTE: To prevent porcelain damage, leg plates
must be installed on both sides of outer tub flange
when reinstalling support legs. (The thinner plate
must be installed between leg and tub flange and the
thicker plate must be installed on outside of tub
flange. Do not overtighten the 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 39.
NOTE: Replace bearing and housing as an
assembly, and make sure flinger is properly
positioned between outer tub and bearing assembly.
Refer to Figure 39.
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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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1/16"
Dome area of
washer base
1-7/16"
Figure 40
47. SNUBBER PADS
a. Remove transmission assembly. Refer to
Paragraph 44, steps “a” through “r”.
b. Scrape the old snubber pads from the washer
base.
c. Thoroughly clean the area of the base where the
new snubber pads will be installed.
NOTE: Use a cleaning agent, such as lacquer
thinner, for removing grease, old adhesive or any
foreign materials from the washer base.
IMPORTANT: The top edge of the snubber pads
should be 1-7/16 inches from the lower part of the
dome with a distance of 1/16 inch between the pads.
Refer to Figure 40.
IMPORTANT: Before proceeding, allow the pads to
adhere to the base for approximately 30 minutes.
c. Apply a liberal amount of No. 26594P Silicone
Lubricant to the surface of the new pads that
will contact the pivot dome.
d. Carefully place the tub module back into
washer making sure the pivot dome is
positioned properly in dome recess of the
washer base. Refer to Figure 41.
TO INSTALL NO. 434P3 SNUBBER PAD
KIT
a. Brush approximately 3/4 inch wide strip of No.
510704P Adhesive to the dome area of the base
where the new pads will be applied.
NOTE: Be sure the word “FRONT” (on outer tub)
is facing toward the front of the washer.
IMPORTANT: Do not allow any adhesive to get on
the surface of the new pads that will be contacting
the pivot dome of the tub module.
e. Use the No. 321P4 Spring Hook Tool and hook
the five centering springs into the lower edge of
the outer tub, starting with the rear springs.
b. Carefully align and apply the new snubber pad
with fluffed side against the base dome and
make sure pads are equally spaced. Refer to
Figure 40.
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NOTE: Springs must be hooked into the center of
the three notches. Refer to 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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f. Connect the hose(s) from the outer tub to the
pump and tighten hose clamp(s).
g. Reconnect idler spring to clip on motor
mounting bracket and helper spring into the
back hole in the mounting bracket. Refer to
Figure 43.
h. 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.
i. Route the pressure hose as shown in Figure 26.
Then route pressure hose back up through hole
in cabinet top.
j. Reconnect the filler hose to the backflow
preventer. Refer to Figure 26.
Pivot
Dome
Washer Base
Dome Recess
Figure 41
Notch
NOTE: When reinstalling filler hose, white line on
hose must be aligned with center line of backflow
preventer. Refer to Figure 26. A 1/8 inch clearance
is necessary to prevent the hose from rubbing on the
flange of the tub cover. Refer to Figure 27. Loosen
hose clamp and move hose to obtain the proper
clearance. Hose clamp must be positioned as shown
in Figure 26 so it will not interfere with the cabinet
top.
k. Reinstall cabinet top.
l. Remove control hood, reconnect pressure hose
to pressure switch. Then reinstall control hood.
m. Reinstall washer front panel.
n. 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.
Centering
Spring
(5)
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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Drive
Pulley
Helper
Spring
Drive
Belt
Back
Hole
Idler
Lever
Hook
Spring
Here
Idler Lever
Spring
Figure 43
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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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48. LEVELING LEGS
Refer to Figure 44.
IMPORTANT: Select a location, where the washer
is to be installed, with a solid and level floor. DO
NOT install the washer on a weak or spongy floor.
The flexing of a weak floor may cause excessive
vibration. Vibration can also be caused if washer is
installed on carpeting or cushioned vinyl floor.
Washer
Base
Locknut
a. Loosen locknuts and thread leveling legs into
washer base as far as possible.
b. Turn appropriate leveling leg(s) out of base
only until washer is level. Keep washer as close
to floor as possible.
IMPORTANT: All four legs must rest firmly on
floor so weight of washer is evenly distributed.
Washer must not rock. A good test is to place an outof-balance load in the washtub, then start washer in
the spin cycle. While washtub is spinning, adjust the
leveling legs accordingly for minimum washer
movement.
Leveling
Leg
Rubber
Cup
Figure 44
c. After the washer has been leveled, tighten
locknuts securely against bottom of washer
base. If locknuts are not tight, the washer will
not stay level during operation.
d. Install rubber cups over leveling legs.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT move washer at any time
unless locknuts are securely tightened and the
shipping brace is in place over the agitator (to
prevent damage to washer components). DO NOT
slide washer across floor once the leveling legs have
been extended, as legs and base could become
damaged.
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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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49. PRESSURE SWITCH
Refer to Figure 45.
NOTE: DO NOT ADJUST PRESSURE SWITCH
IF WASHER IS WITHIN THE WARRANTY
PERIOD.
Adjusting
Screw
The pressure switch on pressure-fill automatic
washers is set at the factory for proper water fill
levels. However, if there is a problem of
overfilling or underfilling, the pressure switch can
be adjusted.
The maximum water fill level can be increased by
turning adjusting screw CLOCKWISE, and
decreased by turning screw
COUNTERCLOCKWISE.
Fixed Pressure Switch
Adjusting
Screw
One quarter turn of the adjusting screw represents
approximately one inch (2.54 cm) increase or
decrease of water level in washtub.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT turn adjusting screw more
than 3/4 of a turn in either direction as the switch
may be damaged and flooding could result.
Rotary Pressure Switch
Adjusting
Screw
50. BELT (Agitate and Spin)
No belt adjustment is required.
NOTE: After placing the motor and mounting
bracket in the washer, start the four hold-down
screws, but do not tighten them at this time. Pivot
the left side of the mounting bracket as far back as
it will go, then tighten the four screws. This
mounting bracket adjustment is necessary to ensure
the proper belt drive action.
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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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51. BELT (Pump)
NOTE: Adjustment must be made after motor has
been properly positioned. Refer to Paragraph 50.
a. Remove front panel. Refer to Paragraph 27.
b. Loosen the two front mounting screws, then
loosen the rear screw. Refer to Figure 46.
c. Shift front of pump mounting bracket to the
right or left to obtain proper belt tension. Proper
tension is when belt can be deflected
approximately 1/2 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 47.
d. After belt tension is obtained, tighten the three
pump mounting bracket screws.
Motor
Pulley
1/2"
(12.7 mm)
Pump
Pulley
Pump
Belt
Figure 47
Pump
Attaching
Screws
Figure 46
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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. OUT-OF-BALANCE SWITCH TRIGGER
NOTE: The trigger is centered on the mounting
screw at the factory. Refer to Figure 48.
Notch
a. Remove front panel. Refer to Paragraph 27.
b. Raise or remove cabinet top. Refer to
Paragraph 35.
c. Loosen screw holding trigger to tub cover.
Refer to Figure 48. Move trigger to the right
(increases sensitivity) or to the left (decreases
sensitivity).
IMPORTANT: If the switch lever repeatedly trips
the out-of-balance switch, check the centering of the
agitator within the loading door opening. Centering
springs may have to be positioned in the upper or
lower notch of the lower edge of the outer tub to
center the agitator within the door opening. The
springs are positioned in the center notch at the
factory. Refer to Figure 49.
Example: If the springs are placed in the upper notch
then the trigger must be moved to the extreme right for
proper trigger operation.
Centering
Spring
(5)
Figure 49
Tub
Cover
Trigger
Screw
Figure 48
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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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53. TO CHECK CONTINUITY THROUGH MOTOR HARNESS AND MOTOR
The items within the parentheses are also being checked along with the wires.
TP – Thermal Protector, MS – Motor Switch, SW – Start Winding, HW – High Winding, LW – Low Winding.
Motor Switch
Normal
Wires
Ohm
Readings
Motor Switch
Operated Manually
Ohm
Readings
Yellow to White
Continuity (TP)
0
Continuity (TP)
0
Red to Brown
Continuity (MS, SW)
4-5
OPEN
Infinite
Pink to White
Continuity (MS, HW, TP)
1-2
Continuity (MS, LW, TP)
3-4
Blue to White
Continuity (HW, TP)
1-2
Continuity (HW, TP)
1-2
54. TO CHECK CONTINUITY THROUGH BASE HARNESS, CONTROL HARNESS AND TIMER FOR
MOTOR START CIRCUIT
Timer terminals involved are shown within the parentheses.
Wires
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Timer Set for Spin
Timer Set for Agitation
Blue to Brown
Continuity (K & G)
OPEN
Blue to Red
OPEN
Continuity (K & F)
Red to Yellow
Continuity (F & L)
OPEN
Brown to Yellow
OPEN
Continuity (G & L)
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Notes
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Section 8
Service Procedures Unique to the
Electronic Control Model Washers
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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Standard 120 Volt, 60 Hertz, A.C.
3-Wire Effectively Grounded Circuit
CORRECT
Neutral
L1
Ground
NOTE: A qualified electrician
should check polarity of the wall
receptacle. If a voltage reading is
measured, other than that
illustrated, the qualified electrician
should correct the problem.
Neutral
Side
0
VAC
115 ± 12
VAC
Round
Grounding
Prong
115 ± 12
VAC
Figure 50
55. ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
(120 Volt, 60 Hertz, With 3-Prong Grounding
Plug)
NOTE: The wiring diagram is located in the control
hood or on the back side of the washer front panel.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or
personal injury, all wiring and grounding
MUST conform with the latest edition of the
National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, and
such local regulations as might apply. It is
the customer’s responsibility to have the
wiring and fuses checked by a qualified
electrician to make sure your home has
adequate electrical power to operate the
washer.
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• Washer is designed to be operated on a separate
branch, polarized, three-wire, effectively
grounded, 120 Volt, 60 Hertz, AC (alternating
current), single phase electrical circuit
protected by a 15 or 20 ampere fuse,
equivalent fusetron or circuit breaker.
• Three-prong grounding plug on power cord
should be plugged directly into a polarized
three-slot effectively grounded receptacle rated
110/120 Volts AC (alternating current). Refer
to Figure 50.
• Do not operate other appliances on the same
circuit. Do not overload circuits! Refer to
Figure 51.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of an electric shock,
serious injury, death or fire, DO NOT use an
extension cord or an adapter to connect
washer to electrical power source.
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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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INCORRECT
Do Not
Overload Circuits
Figure 51
56. GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
• The washer must be grounded. In the event of
malfunction or breakdown, grounding will
reduce risk of electric shock by providing a path
of least resistance for electric current. The
washer is equipped with a cord having an
equipment-grounding conductor and a threeprong grounding plug. The plug must be
plugged into an appropriate outlet that is
properly installed and grounded in accordance
with all local codes and ordinances.
• Do not modify the plug provided with the
washer – if it will not fit the outlet, have a
proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
• If a positive ground cannot be established
through the power cord and local code permits
its use, connect an external ground wire (18
gauge minimum–available at your local
hardware store). Connect one end of the wire
under any screw (located at rear of washer) and
other end to a known effective electrical
ground.
• If your home’s electrical supply does not meet
the above specifications and/or if you are not
sure your home has an effective ground, have a
qualified electrician, or your local electrical
utility company check it and correct any
problems.
• After connecting the washer to the electrical
supply, start the washer (refer to OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS supplied with the washer). If
the electronic control flashes, (with the loading
door closed) it could mean the polarity or
grounding of the outlet is incorrect. Have a
qualified electrician check out the polarity and
grounding and correct the problem. Refer to
Paragraph 55.
WARNING
Improper connection of the equipmentgrounding conductor can result in a risk of
electric shock. Check with a qualified
electrician or service person if you are in
doubt as to whether the dryer is properly
grounded.
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LEVEL I
LEVEL II
LEVEL III
Model No.
AA9131, NA8631 and NA8531
NA8331
NA6532, NA6531, NA6530
NA6332, NA6331
AA7131, AN5531, NA5530
NA5331, NA5330
Level
I
I
II
II
III
III
Electronic Control Part No.
No longer available
31307
31305
31308
No longer available
31309
Figure 52
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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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57. WASHER OPERATION
Close the loading door. The washer will not
agitate or spin with the loading door open.
NOTE: If the loading door is opened while the
washer is filling with water, the water flow will stop
for about three seconds, then the water fill will
continue.
Select the LOAD SIZE WATER LEVEL. If
agitation has started and a higher water level is
desired, move the control to RESET, then make
your water level selection.
NOTE: When the control is released, it should not
remain at the RESET position.
IMPORTANT: Holding the LOAD SIZE WATER
LEVEL control lever in the RESET position can
cause flooding of the washer.
Press one of the cycle selection pads to select a
cycle which is appropriate for the type of fabric
being washed: REGULAR, PERM PRESS,
DELICATES, KNITS or SOAK. These are
automatic, preprogrammed cycles.
Select desired cycle options by pressing the
various pads to the right of the STATUS LIGHTS.
Refer to “Customizing Preprogrammed Cycles”
for detailed information.
Press the GO pad. Washer will start immediately
and stop automatically when the cycle has
completed. Washer will not start until the GO pad
is pressed.
The washer will stop (pause) for a brief period
of time before the wash and rinse spins.
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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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58. AUTOMATIC PREPROGRAMMED
CYCLES
By selecting the appropriate ON/SELECT pad,
Automatic, Preprogrammed cycles are available
in REGULAR, PERM PRESS, DELICATES,
KNITS and SOAK. In these cycles, warm water
wash, cold water rinse and a normal amount of
agitation time are automatically selected for you.
Refer to Figure 53. The model of your washer will
determine which of these cycles are available.
NOTE: When you have selected a cycle, you will see
a number light up in the display area. This number
indicates the length of the wash cycle. When the GO
pad is pressed, you will see the display change to a
higher number. This higher number tells you the
length of the entire cycle, excluding water fills.
When the SOAK cycle is selected, the number in the
display area represents the total soak time. When
the GO pad is pressed, this number increases to
include agitation and spin times representing the
total cycle time.
IMPORTANT: The DELICATES and KNITS
cycles are comprised of a series of intermittent
pause and agitation periods which vary in length of
time. Refer to the Cycle Sequence chart for exact
pause and agitation times.
AUTOMATIC CYCLE TIMES (IN MINUTES)
Soil
Wash
Temperature
Wash
Time
Regular
Normal
Warm
10
Perm Press
Normal
Warm
Delicates
Normal
Knit
Soak
Rinse/Spin Time
Total
Time
+
17
27
8
+
14
22
Warm
7
+
10
17
Normal
Warm
8
+
11
19
Normal
Warm
30 (Soak)
+
10 (Agitate & Spin)
40
Figure 53
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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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59. STATUS LIGHTS
60. OTHER FEATURES
The STATUS lights illuminate to show you at a
glance what is happing inside the washer.
WASH
Lights up during the wash portion
of the cycle.
RINSE
Lights up during the rinse portion of
the cycle
SPIN
Lights up during the final spin.
FILTER
Flashes whenever the lint filtering
system is activated.
SOAK
Lights up whenever the load is
soaking. Also, lights up during the
soak portion of the SOAK cycle.
WASH and Both light up during the wash
SOAK
portion of the DELICATES and
KNITS cycles and during periods of
soaking.
Digital
Display
Shows you the length of the wash
cycle you have selected and counts
down the number of minutes
(excluding water fills) remaining in
the cycle. The display also shows
the number of hours remaining
during the DELAYED START
countdown on those models
equipped with DELAYED START.
Flashing
Digital
Display
Light
Tells you the GO pad must be
pressed in order to continue the
cycle. Close the washer loading
door. The washer will not run with
the loading door open.
Flashing
Digital
Display
Light and
Signal
Load is out-of-balance. Open the
loading door, redistribute load and
close loading door. Press the GO
pad. Washer will continue with the
cycle.
GO
Press the GO pad to start washer.
Washer will not run until the GO
pad is pressed.
STOP
Press the STOP pad to stop washer
at any point in the cycle. Washer
will stop and remain at that portion
of the cycle until the GO pad is
pressed. At that time, the cycle will
continue where it left off.
Pressing the STOP pad two times in
succession will cancel the cycle.
RESET
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The RESET pad functions the same
as the STOP pad. Pressing it once
stops the washer, pressing it two
times in succession cancels the
cycle.
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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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PROGRAMMED SOIL LEVEL TIMES
LIGHT
NORMAL
HEAVY
EXTRA HEAVY
Regular
6-9
10-12
13-15
16-18
Perm Press
4-7
8-10
11-13
14-16
Delicates
5-6
7-8
9-10
11-12
Knits
6-7
8-9
10-11
12-13
Soak
15-25
30-40
45-55
60-85
Figure 54
61. CUSTOMIZING PREPROGRAMMED
CYCLES
Your washer may or may not have all of the
following selections. The model of washer you
own will determine which features are available.
WASH
Temperatures
To select a hot wash, press the HOT
WASH TEMP pad. Not all fabrics
can be washed safely in hot water.
All preprogrammed cycles can be customized to
fit your laundering needs. First select a cycle, then
customize. The control “wakes up” only after a
cycle has been selected.
WASH
TIME
SOIL
LEVEL
Pads
When a cycle is selected, the
NORMAL SOIL LEVEL is
automatically provided. The number
of minutes in the wash portion of the
cycle on the NORMAL SOIL
LEVEL setting appears in the digital
display area. This wash time can be
increased or decreased by using the
SOIL LEVEL pads.
EXTRA HEAVY, HEAVY,
NORMAL or LIGHT pads will
control the length of the wash cycle.
Each SOIL LEVEL pad provides a
range of several minutes. For
instance, press the HEAVY pad and
a number will appear in the display
area. Press HEAVY again and the
time will increase by one minute.
Refer to Figure 54.
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When a cycle is selected, a warm
wash and a cold rinse is
automatically provided.
You WILL NOT be able to program
a hot wash on either the
DELICATES or KNITS cycles.
A warm wash cycle can be selected
by pressing the WARM WASH
TEMP pad.
A cold wash can be selected by
pressing the COLD WASH TEMP
pad.
WARM
RINSE
A warm rinse can be selected by
pressing the WARM RINSE pad. A
warm rinse can cause wrinkling in
some garments; a warm rinse can be
selected only when the REGULAR
cycle is used. Your washer will not
accept a warm rinse in any other
cycle.
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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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EXTRA
RINSE
An extra rinse can be obtained by
pressing the EXTRA RINSE pad. If
a warm rinse has been selected, both
rinses will be warm. An extra rinse
is not available in the SOAK cycle.
NOTE: When EXTRA RINSE is
selected, the final spin of the
NORMAL cycle will be three
minutes. After the three-minute
spin, a deep rinse will begin,
followed by the normal final spin
time for the cycle selected. Refer to
the Cycle Sequence chart for total
cycle times. Refer to Figure 53.
SIGNAL
A signal is provided to let you know
when the cycle has been completed.
The signal has three distinctive tone
levels. Pressing the SIGNAL pad
once will produce the softest tone.
Press the pad again and the tone will
get louder. Pressing the pad a third
time will result in setting the loudest
tone. To turn the signal off, press the
pad repeatedly until the SIGNAL
light goes off. The signal will not
sound if the light is off.
MEMORY You can create and save your
SAVE
favorite cycles by using the
MEMORY SAVE option. Each
programmed cycle—REGULAR,
PERM PRESS, DELICATES,
KNITS and SOAK can have one
memory cycle for a total of five
memory or favorite cycles in
addition to the preprogrammed
cycles.
To save a favorite cycle, first select a
program cycle, then customize that
cycle. When all selections have been
made, press the MEMORY SAVE
pad. Your favorite cycle is now
saved. This cycle will be stored until
you either change the cycle or until
there is a power outage of several
seconds or longer. Your customized
cycle can be recalled from memory
by pressing the appropriate
ON/SELECT pad for the cycle
twice in succession.
The light on the MEMORY SAVE
pad will light up when the memory
cycle is on.
To change a memory cycle, press
the programmed cycle selection pad
twice to recall the memory cycle.
Change the cycle, then press the
MEMORY SAVE pad. The old
memory cycle will be deleted and
the new cycle will be memorized in
its place.
NOTE: The SIGNAL and
DELAYED START cannot be
saved in memory.
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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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DELAYED When using DELAYED START,
START
make sure the water faucets have
been turned on or the washer will
not start after the time has counted
down.
You can set your washer to delay
starting from one to nine hours.
Select a programmed or memory
cycle.
Press the DELAYED START pad.
At this point you will see a number
and an “h” appear in the display
area. This tells you in how many
hours the washer will start. Press the
DELAYED START pad until the
desired number of hours appears.
Press the GO pad.
The “hours to go” number will
remain lit while the “h” flashes. The
flashing “h” tells you the washer has
started to count down the time.
When the selected number of hours
has passed, the washer will start and
perform the cycle you selected.
Pressing ADVANCE will cancel the
DELAYED START option.
Pressing the RESET or STOP pad
twice will cancel the DELAYED
START option. It will also cancel
the entire cycle.
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AUTO
Prewash items which are heavily
PREWASH soiled or stained. Add detergent. Put
clothes in washer. Place the
dispenser on the agitator. Add liquid
detergent diluted with water (no
more than one cup total volume) to
the dispenser.
After the PREWASH cycle has
finished, the washer will
automatically continue to the
selected cycle (either REGULAR or
PERM PRESS). The detergent
added to the washtub is used during
the PREWASH cycle. The detergent
in the dispenser is automatically
released for use in the REGULAR
or PERM PRESS cycle. Your
washer knows that longer periods of
agitation could damage delicates
and some knits, so it WILL NOT
allow AUTO PREWASH to be
programmed with the KNITS or
DELICATES cycles.
Wash
Temperature
Selected
HOT
WARM
COLD
Prewash
Temperature
Will Be
WARM
WARM
COLD
NOTE: Rinse the dispenser
thoroughly after it has been used
to dispense detergent.
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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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ADVANCE The ADVANCE option removes the
time from a cycle, starting at the
beginning of the cycle. The
ADVANCE pad moves you quickly
through a selected cycle in one or
five minute increments. By
watching the STATUS lights while
using ADVANCE, you can see to
which area in the cycle you have
advanced.
To use ADVANCE, select a cycle.
Press the ADVANCE pad. You will
notice the total cycle time will be
displayed when the ADVANCE pad
is pushed. Pressing the pad
momentarily will advance the cycle
one minute at a time. Holding the
pad down will advance the time in
five-minute increments.
If the washer is running and
ADVANCE is pressed, the washer
will stop and allow you to advance
through the cycle. The GO pad must
then be pressed to start or continue
the cycle.
62. TROUBLESHOOTING ELECTRONIC
CONTROL
IMPORTANT: This procedure is intended to be
used as an aid in diagnosing potential problems with
electronic control. Refer to SECTION 3,
“Troubleshooting” for diagnosing problems with
components other than electronic control. Refer to
Figure 55 for terminal numbers, connections and
color coding.
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63. DIAGNOSTIC CYCLE
A diagnostic cycle is built into the electronic
control to detect internal problems on printed
circuit board of control.
IMPORTANT: The diagnostic cycle is not intended
to diagnose any components built into the control
(i.e. relays, transformer or capacitors).
The diagnostic cycle is used in conjunction with a
self-diagnostic routine chart located on the wiring
diagram sticker. Refer to Figure 56. To begin the
diagnostic cycle, follow the flow chart in Figure
56.
NOTE: If the symptom or problem corresponds to
one of the symptoms detailed on the following
pages, proceed to that flow chart. (The diagnostic
cycle chart check does not have to be made.)
Self-Diagnostic Routine
Entry: Follow the sequence given below.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Make sure loading door is closed.
Start in idle mode, all LEDs off.
Press COLD pad down and hold.
Now press PERM PRESS pad down and release all
pads when sequence starts.
5. If unable to start routine, check loading door
switch.
Exit: Do any of the following.
1. Press any pad.
2. Open loading door for four seconds.
3. Unplug washer.
NOTE:
1. This test routine will only light LEDs pertaining
to hardware model selected.
2. When last step in table is finished, routine
sequence will repeat.
3. Each output is on for two seconds.
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Exit: Do any of the following.
NOTE:
1. This test routine will only light LEDs
pertaining to hardware model selected.
2. When last step in table is finished, routing
sequence will repeat.
3. Each output is on for two seconds.
1. Press any pad.
2. Open loading door for four seconds.
3. Unplug washer.
Pressure Switch
Red/Black (P6)
L1
Black (P5)
L1
Black (P4)
Motor K2 Relay
Brown (P3)
Motor K1 Relay
Red (P2)
Hot Water
Valve
Orange (P7)
Neutral
White (P1)
Cold Water
Valve
Gray (P8)
Ground
Green (P9)
Loading Door
Switch
Pink/Blue (N.O.)
Motor
Blue (COM)
CONNECTION RELAY AND TRANSFORMER DIAGRAM
(ELECTRONIC CONTROL)
Figure 55
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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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DIAGNOSTIC ROUTINE
Time
Active
Display
LEDs
99
Wash
88
Rinse
77
Soak
66
Spin
55
Delay Start
44
Memory
33
Prewash
22
Extra Rinse
11
Signal
00
Filter
99
Light
88
Normal
77
Heavy
66
Extra Heavy
55
Warm
44
Hot
33
Cold
22
*
11
*
00
*
99
Warm Rinse
88
Soak Hold
77
Knits
66
Delicates
55
Perm Press
44
Regular
33
*
22
*
11
*
* None (All off)
Motor
Direction
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Agitate
Spin
Spin
Spin
Motor
Relay
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Hot
Water
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Cold
Water
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Signal
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Figure 56
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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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64. FAILURE SYMPTOMS
Diagnostic Cycle.
Plug power cord in.
All LEDs should be off.
While holding COLD WATER
WASH pad down,
press PERM PRESS pad.
Release both pads.
Do all numbers appearing
in the display window
correspond with the
appropriate LEDs listed
in Figure 56 (Diagnostic
Routine)?
NO
YES
Broken, loose or
incorrect wiring?
NO
Replace
control.
YES
Correct
wiring.
Continue troubleshooting
procedure. Problem is not due to
internal wiring.
NOTE: If, when trying to start Diagnostic Cycle,
LED display flashes but does not start, check the
following:
1. Is loading door closed?
2. Loading door switch operating properly?
3. Is washer plugged into properly polarized
outlet and washer effectively grounded?
Refer to Paragraph 55.
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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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65. SYMPTOM: FLASHING DISPLAY
Numbers in display window
flash on one second and off
one second?
YES
Was STOP pad pushed during
cycle while loading door
remained closed?
YES
Press GO pad to
resume cycle.
YES
Close loading door, select cycle
and press GO pad.
NO
Loading door open?
NO
Out-of-balance wash load in
tub (display will flash with or
without intermittent signal)?
YES
Redistribute load. Close loading
door and press GO pad to resume
cycle.
NO
Unplug power cord.
Polarity reversed at outlet?
Refer to Paragraph 55.
YES
Consult electrician.
NO
Washer effectively grounded?
Refer to Paragraph 55.
NO
Effectively ground washer or
consult electrician. Refer to
Paragraph 56.
YES
Plug power cord in.
120 Volts between terminals
“N.O.” on motor relay “K3” and
“P1” (neutral) with the loading
door closed, and zero Volts
between “N.O.” and “P1” with
the loading door open.
NO
Inspect loading door switch.
YES
Recheck troubleshooting
sequence. If problem persists,
replace control.
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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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66. SYMPTOM: INDICATOR LEDS (i.e. Wash, Rinse, Spin, Unbalanced) DO NOT LIGHT
Indicator LEDs will not light
when machine should start or
during a cycle?
YES
Power cord plugged in?
NO
Plug in power cord.
NO
Refer to next page for blown fuse
or tripped breaker.
YES
Approximately 120 Volts at
power outlet?
YES
Approximately 120 Volts
between “P4” and “P1” (neutral)
and 120 Volts between “P5” and
“P1” (neutral)?
YES
Unplug power cord. Disconnect
“P1”, “P4” and “P5” terminals on
control.
NO
Broken, loose or incorrect
wiring from power cord to
control?
YES
Correct wiring.
NO
Recheck troubleshooting
sequence. If problem persists,
replace control.
Replace control.
NO
*86 Ohms ± 30% between
terminals “P4” and “P1”
(neutral) on control?
YES
Correct wiring
YES
Broken, loose or incorrect
wiring?
NO
Recheck troubleshooting
sequence. If problem persists,
replace control.
* For precision, this measurement must be taken with a digital multi-meter set on 200 Ohm scale.
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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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67. SYMPTOM: TRIPPED CIRCUIT BREAKER OR BLOWN FUSE
Tripped circuit breaker or
blown fuse?
YES
Reset circuit breaker or
replace fuse.
Does fuse blow or circuit breaker
trip immediately upon plugging
in power cord?
YES
Unplug power cord.
Disconnect terminals “P1,”
“P4” and “P5” on control.
NO
Does circuit breaker trip or
fuse blow during fill?
NO
*86 Ohms ± 30% between
terminals “P1” and “P4” on
control?
NO
Replace
control.
YES
Correct
wiring.
YES
Does circuit breaker trip or
fuse blow immediately
when motor starts?
YES
Inspect
mixing valve.
Inspect
motor
switch,
YES
overload
protector and
motor.
NO
Broken, loose or
incorrect wiring?
Recheck troubleshooting
sequence. If problem
persists, replace control.
NO
Recheck troubleshooting
sequence. If problem
persists, replace control.
* For precision, this measurement must be taken with a digital multi-meter set on 200 Ohm scale.
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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
68. SYMPTOM: WASHER WILL NOT FILL OR WRONG TEMPERATURE FILL
Washer will not fill or wrong
temperature fill?
YES
Broken, loose or incorrect
wiring?
YES
Correct wiring.
NO
Plug washer in and
close loading door.
*Choose cycle and
press GO pad.
Pressure Switch
120 Volts between terminals “P6”
and “P1” (neutral) on control?
NO
Inspect pressure
switch.
NO
Replace
control.
NO
Replace
control.
YES
Hot Water Relay K4
**120 Volts between “P7” and “P1”
(neutral) on control?
YES
Cold Water Relay K5
**120 Volts between “P8” and “P1”
(neutral) on control?
YES
Problem not related to
electronic control.
Select Extra-Large load size.
*Make sure washtub is empty when choosing cycle
to ensure that pressure switch has reset. Use
ADVANCE pad to advance cycle to SPIN if
necessary.
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**NOTE: Both hot water relay “K4” and cold
water relay “K5” are energized for warm water fill.
Only hot water relay “K4” will be energized for hot
water fill and only cold water relay “K5” will be
energized for cold water fill.
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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
69. SYMPTOM: WASHER WILL NOT AGITATE PROPERLY
Washer will not
agitate properly?
YES
Broken, loose or incorrect
wiring?
NO
By-pass pressure switch to allow agitation
without water in washtub.
With power cord unplugged, remove and insulate
wire from terminal “P6” on control.
YES
Correct wiring.
With loading door closed, plug in power cord.
Choose cycle and press GO pad.
Inspect loading door
switch.
NO
Loading Door Switch
120 Volts between terminal “N.O.” (normally
open) on motor relay K3 and “P1” (neutral)?
YES
Replace control.
NO
Motor Relay K3
120 Volts between “COM” (common) terminal
on motor relay K3 and “P1” (neutral)?
YES
Replace control.
NO
Motor Relay K1
120 Volts between “P2” (START/AGITATE)
and “P1” (neutral) on control?
YES
Replace control.
NO
Motor Relay K2
Zero Volts between “P3” (START/SPIN) and
“P1” (neutral) on control?
YES
Problem not related to electronic control.
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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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70. SYMPTOM: WASHER WILL NOT SPIN PROPERLY
Washer will not
spin properly?
YES
Broken, loose or incorrect
wiring?
YES
Correct wiring.
NO
Loading Door Switch
120 Volts between terminal “N.O.”
on motor relay K3 and “P1”
(neutral) with loading door closed
and power cord plugged in?
NO
Inspect loading door
switch.
NO
Replace control.
NO
Replace control.
NO
Replace control.
YES
Choose cycle and press GO pad.
Advance cycle to SPIN.
Motor Relay K3
120 Volts between terminal “COM”
(common) on motor relay K3
and “P1” (neutral) on control?
YES
Motor Relay K2
120 Volts between terminals “P3”
(START/SPIN) and “P1” (neutral)
on control?
YES
Motor Relay K1
Zero Volts between terminals “P2”
(START/AGITATE) and “P1”
(neutral) on control?
YES
Problem is not related to
electronic control.
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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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71. CONTROL REPLACEMENT
When a problem with the electronic control is
detected during the diagnostic cycle or while
making the electrical tests discussed, the control
should be replaced. Due to the sensitivity of the
electronic control, careful handling is required. As
a precautionary measure, the use of a grounded
wrist strap when handling the control is
recommended. The wrist strap, cord and alligator
clip are designed to carry away any electrostatic
charge from your body and direct the charge to an
available ground. By using this static protection
device, potential electrostatic discharge problems
associated with the handling of the electronic
control will be minimized. Always handle the
electronic control by the metal edges. If a wrist
strap is not available, touch the washer while it is
plugged in before handling the control to dissipate
any charge.
The new control is supplied in a special anti-static
wrapping, and protected by anti-static foam.
While holding the metal edges, remove the control
from the foam and wrapping. Place the
inoperative control on the anti-static wrapping.
Before positioning the new control in the control
hood, peel off protective plastic coating from the
front side of the control, then fasten control with
four screws. Following the wiring diagram,
reconnect the wires to the new control. Replace
hood.
It is important to take care when handling the
original control. It must be carefully placed in the
anti-static wrapping and foam. A copy of the
checklist, shown on the following page, must be
completely filled out and returned with the
control. Warranty credit will be issued only if the
control is handled and packaged properly.
To replace the control, first unplug the washer.
Remove all of the wires connected to the control
and take out four screws securing control to
control hood. When removing wires from the
control, hold down on the board near the
appropriate terminal and disconnect the wires
using a pliers. Do not pull on wires.
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Electronic Control Board Replacement Report
Installation Date: _____________________
Date Failed: _______________________________________
Model No. __________________________
Serial No.: _________________________________________
Service Company Identification No.: _____________________
1. What was the complaint?
2. Mark the cause of the complaint in the appropriate box below:
Washer Control Failure
❏ Failure in Diagnostic Cycle
Transformer:
❏ Resistance not in 60 – 112 Ohm range between P4 and P1?
Hot Water Relay K4:
❏ 120 Volts not found between P7 and P1 in hot fill?
Cold Water Relay K5:
❏ 120 Volts not found between P8 and P1 in cold fill?
Main Motor Relay K3:
❏ 120 Volts not found between “Com” and P1 in agitation?
❏ 120 Volts not found between “Com” and P1 in spin?
Agitation Relay K1:
❏ 120 Volts not found between P2 and P1 in agitation?
❏ 120 Volts found between P2 and P1 in spin?
Spin Relay K2:
❏ 120 Volts not found between P3 and P1 during spin?
❏ 120 Volts found between P3 and P1 during agitation?
Additional Comments:
Both copies of this form must be completed and returned with the control board.
Warranty is void if control board is returned improperly packed or damaged.
Form No. 8027R1
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Section 9
Cycle Sequence Charts
NOTE: Times listed are approximate.
REGULAR
33:58 PLUS FILL
Cycle
Function
WASH, FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
Water Temp.
H, W, C
COLD
W or C
W or C
W or C
*Motor Speed
FAST
FAST
FAST
FAST
FAST
FAST
FAST
FAST
FAST
FAST
FAST
Eaton Timer
Time
(Min. & Sec.)
Degrees
15:00
82.25
1:14
6.76
1:30
8.23
1:00
5.48
1:30
8.23
:18
1.65
:44
4.02
:12
1.10
5:00
27.42
1:14
6.76
7:00
38.39
PERMANENT PRESS
26:13 PLUS FILL
OFF
WASH, FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN (Partial Drain)
COOL DOWN
(Press Sw. Controlled)
FILL
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
H, W, C
FAST
FAST
SLOW
COLD
COLD
W or C
W or C
W or C
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
FAST
FAST
Mallory Timer
Time
(Min. & Sec.)
Degrees
15:00
82.91
1:13
6.72
1:30
8.29
1:00
5.53
1:30
8.29
:17
1.57
:44
4.05
:12
1.11
5:00
27.63
1:13
6.72
6:47
37.49
2:00
10.97
2:09
10.96
9:00
1:14
:45
Variable
:55
1:25
:45
1:30
:18
:44
:12
3:00
1:14
5:55
49.35
6.76
4.11
9:00
1:13
:45
Variable
:50
1:25
:45
1:30
:17
:44
:12
3:00
1:13
5:50
49.74
6.72
4.15
OFF
TOTALS
5.03
7.77
4.11
8.23
1.65
4.02
1.10
16.45
6.76
32.44
4.61
7.83
4.15
8.29
1.57
4.05
1.11
16.58
6.72
32.24
2:00
10.97
1:59
10.96
65:39
360.00
65:08
360.00
*ON SINGLE SPEED MODEL WASHERS, ALL SPEEDS ARE FAST.
KEY:
H = HOT
W = WARM
C = COLD
TIMER NO. 31238 CYCLE SEQUENCE
(TWO CYCLE)
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NOTE: Times listed are approximate.
PERMANENT PRESS
28:13 PLUS FILL
Cycle
Function
WASH, FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN (Partial Drain)
COOL DOWN
(Press Sw. Controlled)
FILL
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
Water Temp.
H, W, C
*Motor Speed
FAST
SLOW
COLD
COLD
W or C
W or C
W or C
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
FAST
FAST
Eaton Timer
Time
(Min. & Sec.)
Degrees
9:00
32.79
1:50
6.68
:45
2.73
Variable
1:23
5.04
1:25
5.16
:40
2.43
1:40
6.07
:27
1.64
1:02
3.76
:22
1.34
3:00
10.93
1:50
6.68
5:51
21.31
DELICATE
24:37 PLUS FILL
OFF
WASH, FILL or SOAK
WASH, FILL or AGITATE
WASH, FILL or SOAK
WASH, FILL or AGITATE
WASH, FILL or SOAK
WASH, FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE (Soak)
SPIN (Partial Drain)
COOL DOWN
(Press Sw. Controlled)
FILL
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
H, W, C
H, W, C
H, W, C
H, W, C
H, W, C
H, W, C
WASH, FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
H, W, C
FAST
COLD
FAST
FAST
FAST
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
COLD
COLD
COLD
COLD
COLD
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
1:88
8.99
1:86
8.97
1:09
:45
2:00
:45
2:00
:45
1:50
:45
Variable
1:23
1:30
:40
1:35
:27
1:02
:22
2:30
1:50
4:21
4.19
2.73
7.29
2.73
7.29
2.73
6.68
2.79
1:00
:45
2:00
:45
2:00
:45
1:49
:45
Variable
1:13
1.30
:40
1:35
:22
1:13
:15
2:30
1:49
4:26
3.68
2.76
7.37
2.76
7.37
2.73
6.69
2.76
REGULAR
35:29 PLUS FILL
OFF
W or C
W or C
W or C
Mallory Timer
Time
(Min. & Sec.)
Degrees
9:00
33.16
1:49
6.69
:45
2.76
Variable
1:13
4.48
1:25
5.22
:40
2.46
1:40
6.14
:22
1.35
1:12
4.42
:15
.92
3:00
11.05
1:49
6.69
5:45
21.18
FAST
FAST
OFF
TOTALS
5.04
5.46
2.43
5.77
1.64
3.76
1.34
9.11
6.68
15.84
4.48
5.53
2.46
5.83
1.35
4.48
.92
9.21
6.69
16.33
1:88
8.99
1:86
8.97
15:00
1:50
1:30
1:00
1:30
:27
1:02
:22
5:00
1:50
7:00
54.65
6.68
5.46
3.64
5.46
1.64
3.76
1.34
18.22
6.68
25.50
15:00
1:49
1:30
1:00
1:30
:22
1:12
:15
4:50
1:49
6:50
55.26
6.69
5.53
3.68
5.53
1.35
4.42
.92
17.81
6.69
25.17
1:88
8.99
1:85
8.91
98:49
360.00
97:43
360.00
*ON SINGLE SPEED MODEL WASHERS, ALL SPEEDS ARE FAST.
KEY:
H = HOT
W = WARM
C = COLD
TIMER NO. 31239 CYCLE SEQUENCE
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NOTE: Times listed are approximate.
DELICATE
28:05 PLUS FILL
COLD
W or C
W or C
W or C
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
FAST
FAST
BUZZER (Timer Motor Runs)
Timer Motor Runs
WASH FILL or SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
WASH FILL or SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
WASH FILL or SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE (Soak)
COOL DOWN SPIN (Partial Drain)
(Press Sw.
FILL
Controlled)
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and BUZZER
(Timer Motor Runs)
OFF BUZZER
Timer Motor Runs
H, W, C
H, W, C SLOW
H, W, C
H, W, C SLOW
H, W, C
SLOW
SLOW
COLD
COLD
COLD
COLD
COLD
2:16
1:25
1:00
1:40
:29
1:22
:28
3:00
2:19
5:57
:03
1:00
:30
2:30
1:09
1:00
2:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
2:19
1:00
5.16
3.23
2.28
3.79
1.10
3.11
1.06
6.83
5.27
13.55
.11
2.28
1.14
5.69
2.62
2.28
4.55
2.28
4.55
2.28
5.27
2.28
Variable
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
2:16
1:30
1:00
1:35
:29
1:22
:28
2:30
2:19
4:27
:03
1:00
:30
2:30
5.16
3.41
2.28
3.60
1.10
3.11
1.06
5.69
5.27
10.13
.11
2.28
1.14
5.69
†SOAK/PREWASH
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and BUZZER
Cycle
OFF
Function
WASH FILL or AGITATE
SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
SOAK (Infinite Unless Prewash
Option Selected)
SPIN
SPIN and BUZZER
If Prewash Not Selected:
If Prewash Selected:
PAUSE
OFF
WASH FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
WASH, FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and BUZZER
If Extra Rinse Not Selected:
OFF
BUZZER (Timer Motor Runs)
OFF
Time
Water *Motor (Min.
Temp. Speed & Sec.) Degrees
H,W,C FAST
3:00
6.83
6:09
14.01
H,W,C FAST
1:30
3.41
6:09
14.01
H,W,C
1:30
3.41
FAST
BUZZER (Timer Motor Runs)
REGULAR
36:35 PLUS FILL
OFF
Time
Water *Motor (Min.
Function
Temp. Speed & Sec.) Degrees
WASH, FILL or AGITATE
H,W,C FAST
9:00
20.49
PAUSE
2:19
5.27
COOL DOWN SPIN (Partial Drain)
SLOW
1:00
2.28
(Press Sw.
FILL
COLD
Variable
Controlled)
EXTRA
RINSE
PERMANENT PRESS
30:56 PLUS FILL
Cycle
If Extra Rinse Selected:
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL OR AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and BUZZER
OFF
14:19 BUZZER (Timer Motor Runs)
Plus Timer Motor Runs
Fill
TOTALS
H, W, C
H, W, C
FAST
COLD
FAST
FAST
FAST
W or C
W or C
W or C
FAST
FAST
FAST
FAST
FAST
2:19
5.27
3.53
:07
8.84
.27
1:00
3:00
2.29
6.83
2.20
1:08
:32
15:00
2:19
1:30
1:00
1:30
:29
1.22
:28
5:00
2:19
6:50
:10
3.87
4.02
1.21
34.15
5.27
3.41
2.28
3.41
1.10
3.11
1.06
11.38
5.27
15.56
.38
1:00
2:30
2.28
5.69
2:20
:38
:32
5:00
2:19
6:57
:03
3.87
2.88
1.21
11.38
5.27
15.82
.11
1:00
:30
2:30
2.28
1.14
5.69
158:08
360.00
*ON SINGLE SPEED MODEL WASHERS, ALL SPEEDS ARE FAST.
†SOAK IS “INFINITE.” PREWASH IS 24:37 PLUS FILL.
KEY:
H = HOT
W = WARM
C = COLD
TIMER NO. 31240 CYCLE SEQUENCE
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NOTE: Times listed are approximate.
DELICATE
25:48 PLUS FILL
OFF
OFF
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
Timer Motor Runs
WASH FILL or SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
WASH FILL or SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
WASH FILL or SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE (Soak)
COOL DOWN SPIN (Partial Drain)
(Press Sw.
FILL
Controlled)
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
Timer Motor Runs
COLD
W or C
W or C
W or C
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
FAST
FAST
H,W,C
H,W,C
H,W,C
H,W,C
H,W,C
H,W,C
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
COLD
COLD
COLD
COLD
COLD
1:32
1:25
:50
1:40
:30
1:20
:21
3:00
2:06
5:55
1:05
2:10
1:00
:50
2:00
:50
2:00
:50
2:06
:50
4.22
3.92
2.29
4.61
1.38
3.67
.97
8.28
5.80
16.34
3.01
5.96
2.76
2.29
5.52
2.29
5.52
2.29
5.80
2.29
Cycle
PREWASH
22:10 PLUS FILL
Time
Water *Motor (Min.
Function
Temp. Speed & Sec.) Degrees
WASH, FILL or AGITATE
H,W,C FAST
9:00
24.84
PAUSE
2:06
5.80
COOL DOWN SPIN (Partial Drain)
SLOW
:50
2.29
(Press Sw.
FILL
COLD
Variable
Controlled)
OFF
REGULAR
36:13 PLUS FILL
PERMANENT PRESS
29:15 PLUS FILL
Cycle
OFF
Function
WASH FILL or AGITATE
WASH FILL or SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
SOAK (Infinite Unless Prewash
Option Selected)
SPIN
Timer Motor Runs
WASH, FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
Timer Motor Runs
TOTALS
Time
Water *Motor (Min.
Temp. Speed & Sec.) Degrees
H,W,C SLOW
3:00
8.28
H,W,C
5:00
13.80
H,W,C SLOW
1:30
4.14
H,W,C
4:04
11.21
H,W,C SLOW
1:30
4.14
SLOW
H,W,C
FAST
COLD
FAST
FAST
FAST
W or C
W or C
W or C
FAST
FAST
2:06
5.80
5:00
1:05
2:10
15:00
2:06
1:30
1:00
1:30
:30
1:20
:21
5:10
2:06
7:00
1:05
2:10
130:26
13.80
3.01
5.96
41.40
5.80
4.14
2.76
4.14
1.38
3.67
.97
14.27
5.80
19.32
2.98
5.99
360.00
Variable
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
1:32
1:30
:50
1:35
:30
1:20
:21
2:30
2:06
4:30
1:05
2:10
4.22
4.14
2.29
4.36
1.38
3.67
.97
6.90
5.80
12.42
3.01
5.96
*ON SINGLE SPEED MODEL WASHERS, ALL SPEEDS ARE FAST.
KEY:
H = HOT
W = WARM
C = COLD
TIMER NO. 32039 CYCLE SEQUENCE
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NOTE: Times listed are approximate.
DELICATE
28:05 PLUS FILL
OFF
OFF
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
Timer Motor Runs
WASH FILL or SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
WASH FILL or SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
WASH FILL or SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE (Soak)
COOL DOWN SPIN (Partial Drain)
(Press Sw.
FILL
Controlled)
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
Timer Motor Runs
COLD
W or C
W or C
W or C
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
FAST
FAST
H,W,C
H,W,C
H,W,C
H,W,C
H,W,C
H,W,C
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
COLD
COLD
COLD
COLD
COLD
1:32
1:25
:50
1:40
:30
1:20
:21
3:00
2:06
5:55
1:05
2:10
1:00
:50
2:00
:50
2:00
:50
2:06
:50
4.22
3.92
2.29
4.61
1.38
3.67
.97
8.28
5.80
16.34
3.01
5.96
2.76
2.29
5.52
2.29
5.52
2.29
5.80
2.29
Cycle
PREWASH
22:10 PLUS FILL
Time
Water *Motor (Min.
Function
Temp. Speed & Sec.) Degrees
WASH, FILL or AGITATE
H,W,C FAST
9:00
24.84
PAUSE
2:06
5.80
COOL DOWN SPIN (Partial Drain)
SLOW
:50
2.29
(Press Sw.
FILL
COLD
Variable
Controlled)
OFF
REGULAR
36:35 PLUS FILL
PERMANENT PRESS
30:56 PLUS FILL
Cycle
OFF
Function
WASH FILL or AGITATE
WASH FILL or SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
SOAK (Infinite Unless Prewash
Option Selected)
SPIN
Timer Motor Runs
WASH, FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
Timer Motor Runs
TOTALS
Time
Water *Motor (Min.
Temp. Speed & Sec.) Degrees
H,W,C SLOW
3:00
8.28
H,W,C
5:00
13.80
H,W,C SLOW
1:30
4.14
H,W,C
4:04
11.21
H,W,C SLOW
1:30
4.14
SLOW
H,W,C
FAST
COLD
FAST
FAST
FAST
W or C
W or C
W or C
FAST
FAST
2:06
5.80
5:00
1:05
2:10
15:00
2:06
1:30
1:00
1:30
:30
1:20
:21
5:10
2:06
7:00
1:05
2:10
130:26
13.80
3.01
5.96
41.40
5.80
4.14
2.76
4.14
1.38
3.67
.97
14.27
5.80
19.32
2.98
5.99
360.00
Variable
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
1:32
1:30
:50
1:35
:30
1:20
:21
2:30
2:06
4:30
1:05
2:10
4.22
4.14
2.29
4.36
1.38
3.67
.97
6.90
5.80
12.42
3.01
5.96
*ON SINGLE SPEED MODEL WASHERS, ALL SPEEDS ARE FAST.
KEY:
H = HOT
W = WARM
C = COLD
TIMER NO. 32039 CYCLE SEQUENCE
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DELICATE
28:05 PLUS FILL
OFF
WASH FILL or SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
WASH FILL or SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
WASH FILL or SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE (Soak)
COOL DOWN SPIN (Partial Drain)
(Press Sw.
FILL
Controlled)
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
Timer Motor Runs
CHOICE
COLD CHOICE
CHOICE
W or C
W or C
W or C CHOICE
CHOICE
H,W,C
H, W, C
H, W, C
H, W, C
H, W, C
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
SLOW
COLD
5.15
3.23
2.28
3.80
1.09
3.12
1.07
6.83
5.26
13.66
3.04
6.07
2.62
2.28
4.55
2.28
4.55
2.28
5.28
2.28
Variable
CHOICE
COLD CHOICE
CHOICE
COLD
COLD
COLD
2:16
1:25
1:00
1:40
:29
1:22
:28
3:00
2:19
6:00
1:20
2:40
1:09
1:00
2:00
1:00
2:00
1:00
2:19
1:00
SLOW
CHOICE
2:16
1:30
1:00
1:35
:29
1:22
:28
2:30
2:19
4:30
1:20
2:40
5.15
3.42
2.28
3.62
1.09
3.12
1.05
5.69
5.28
10.25
3.04
6.07
†SOAK/PREWASH
24:37 PLUS FILL
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
Timer Motor Runs
Cycle
OFF
REGULAR
36:35 PLUS FILL
OFF
Time
Water *Motor (Min. &
Function
Temp. Speed
Sec.) Degrees
WASH FILL or AGITATE
H,W,C CHOICE
9:00
20.49
PAUSE
2:19
5.28
COOL DOWN SPIN (Partial Drain)
SLOW
1:00
2.28
(Press Sw.
FILL
COLD
Variable
Controlled)
OFF
RINSE & SPIN
14:18 PLUS FILL
PERMANENT PRESS
30:56 PLUS FILL
Cycle
OFF
Function
WASH FILL or AGITATE
SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
SOAK
WASH FILL or AGITATE
SOAK (Infinite Unless Prewash
Option Selected)
SPIN
Timer Motor Runs
Time
Water *Motor (Min. &
Temp. Speed
Sec.) Degrees
H,W,C CHOICE
3:00
6.83
H,W,C
6:09
14.00
H,W,C CHOICE
1:30
3.42
6:09
14.00
H,W,C CHOICE
1:30
3.42
CHOICE
WASH FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
PAUSE
RINSE FILL (Timer Motor Runs)
PAUSE or FILL
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
Timer Motor Runs
H, W, C CHOICE
RINSE FILL or AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
W or C CHOICE
Timer Motor Runs
TOTALS
CHOICE
COLD CHOICE
CHOICE
W or C
W or C
W or C CHOICE
CHOICE
CHOICE
1:19
3.01
5:00
1:20
2:40
15:00
2:19
1:30
1:00
1:30
:29
1.22
:28
5:00
2:19
7:00
1:10
2:20
5:00
2:19
6:59
11.38
3.04
6.07
34.15
5.28
3.42
2.28
3.42
1.09
3.12
1.05
11.38
5.28
15.94
2.66
5.31
11.38
5.26
15.92
1:20
2:40
158:07
3.04
6.07
360.00
*ON SINGLE SPEED MODEL WASHERS, ALL SPEEDS ARE FAST.
†SOAK IS “INFINITE”. PREWASH IS 34:37 PLUS FILL.
KEY:
H = HOT
W = WARM
C = COLD
TIMER NO. 32228 CYCLE SEQUENCE
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DELICATE/KNITS
PERMANENT PRESS
REGULAR
Cycle
Function
FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPRAY and SPIN
SPIN
RINSE FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
COOL
PAUSE
DOWN
SPIN
SPRAY and SPIN
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
FILL
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPRAY and SPIN
SPIN
RINSE FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
Water
Temp.
H, W, C
C
W, C
H,W,C
C
C
C
W,C
C
C
Time
Variable
†6:00 - 15:00
:10
1:30
2:00
2:00
Variable
4:00
:10
7:00
Variable
†4:00 - 13:00
:10
Variable
Variable
:30
:10
1:30
1:00
1:20
Variable
3:00
:10
6:00
Variable
1:00
:30
†:30 - 5:30
:30
1:30
:40
:20
:40
:40
1:20
Variable
:20
:40
:20
:40
5:00
†TIME WILL VARY DEPENDING ON SELECTION.
KEY:
H = HOT
W = WARM
C = COLD
ELECTRONIC CONTROL NOS. 31306 OR 31309
CYCLE SEQUENCE (THREE CYCLE)
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FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPRAY and SPIN
SPIN
RINSE FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
RINSE FILL
*EXTRA AGITATE
RINSE
PAUSE
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
COOL
PAUSE
DOWN
SPIN
SPRAY and SPIN
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
RINSE FILL
*EXTRA AGITATE
RINSE
PAUSE
SPIN
Water
Temp.
H, W, C
C
W, C
W, C
H,W,C
C
C
C
C
Time
Variable
†6:00 - 18:00
:10
1:30
2:00
2:00
Variable
4:00
:10
**7:00
Variable
4:00
:10
7:00
Variable
†4:00 - 16:00
:10
Variable
Variable
:30
:10
1:30
1:00
1:20
Variable
3:10
:10
**6:00
Variable
3:10
:10
6:00
*FUNCTION ONLY ENTERS CYCLE WHEN SELECTED - IF AVAILABLE.
†TIME WILL VARY DEPENDING ON SELECTION.
** THIS TIME WILL BE 3:00 WHEN EXTRA RINSE IS SELECTED.
Cycle
DELICATE
Function
KNITS
PERMANENT PRESS
REGULAR
Cycle
Function
FILL
INTERMITTENT AGITATION
SPIN
SPRAY and SPIN
SPIN
RINSE FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
RINSE FILL
AGITATE
*EXTRA PAUSE
RINSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
FILL
INTERMITTENT AGITATION
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
COOL
PAUSE
DOWN
SPIN
SPRAY and SPIN
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
*EXTRA PAUSE
RINSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
Water
Temp.
W,C
C
C
W,C
W,C
C
C
C
C
Time
Variable
†5:00 - 12:00
:40
:40
1:20
Variable
:20
:40
:20
:40
**5:00
Variable
:20
:40
:20
:40
5:00
Variable
†6:00 - 13:00
Variable
Variable
:30
:10
:40
1:00
1:20
Variable
:20
:40
:20
:40
**5:00
Variable
:20
:40
:20
:40
5:00
KEY:
H = HOT
W = WARM
C = COLD
ELECTRONIC CONTROL NOS. 31305 OR 31308
CYCLE SEQUENCE (FOUR CYCLE)
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Water
Temp.
PERMANENT PRESS
REGULAR
*DELAY
FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
*
PREWASH SPIN
SPRAY and SPIN
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPRAY and SPIN
SPIN
RINSE FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
RINSE FILL
*
AGITATE
EXTRA
PAUSE
RINSE
SPIN
*DELAY
FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
*
PREWASH SPIN
SPRAY and SPIN
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
COOL
PAUSE
DOWN
SPIN
SPRAY and SPIN
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
RINSE FILL
*EXTRA AGITATE
RINSE
PAUSE
SPIN
W,C
C
H,W,C
C
W,C
W,C
W,C
C
H,W,C
C
C
C
C
Time
† 0 TO 9 hours
Variable
5.00
:10
1:30
:30
1:30
Variable
†6:00 - 18:00
:10
1:30
2:00
2:00
Variable
4:00
:10
**7:00
Variable
4:00
:10
7:00
† 0 TO 9 hours
Variable
5:00
:10
1:30
:30
1:30
Variable
4:00 - 16:00
:10
Variable
Variable
:30
:10
1:30
1:00
1:20
Variable
3:00
:10
**6:00
Variable
3:00
:10
6:00
Cycle
DELICATE
Function
KNITS
Cycle
* FUNCTION ONLY ENTERS CYCLE WHEN SELECTED - IF AVAILABLE.
† TIME WILL VARY DEPENDING ON SELECTION.
** THIS TIME WILL BE 3:00 WHEN EXTRA RINSE IS SELECTED.
SOAK
KEY:
H = HOT
W = WARM
C = COLD
Function
*DELAY
FILL
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
RINSE FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
RINSE FILL
AGITATE
*EXTRA PAUSE
RINSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
*DELAY
FILL
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
COOL
PAUSE
DOWN
SPIN
SPIN and SPRAY
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
FILL
AGITATE
*EXTRA PAUSE
RINSE
AGITATE
PAUSE
SPIN
*DELAY
FILL
AGITATE
PAUSE (SOAK)
SPIN
Water
Temp.
W,C
C
C
C
W,C
C
C
C
C
H,W,C
Time
† 0 TO 9 hours
Variable
1:00
:30
† :30 - 7:30
:30
1:30
:40
:20
:40
:40
1:20
Variable
:20
:40
:20
:40
**5:00
Variable
:20
:40
:20
:40
5:00
† 0 TO 9 hours
Variable
1:00
:20
† :30 - 7:30
:10
1:00
:10
1:00
:10
:30
:10
1:00
Variable
Variable
:30
:10
:40
1:00
1:20
Variable
:20
:40
:20
:40
**5:00
Variable
:20
:40
:20
:40
5:00
† 0 to 9 hours
Variable
5:00
† 15:00 - 85:00
4:00
ELECTRONIC CONTROL NOS. 31304P OR 31307
CYCLE SEQUENCE (FIVE CYCLE)
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Notes
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Section 10
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
Yellow
Black
Red
White
Yellow
Overload
Protector
4 Pole Main
(High Speed)
4 Pole Main
(High Speed)
Orange
Blue
Red
White
Yellow
Brown
External Wires
Yellow
Blue
Blue
Brown
Brown
4 Pole Auxiliary
(Start Winding)
Red
Yellow
Yellow
Red
White
White
4 Pole Auxiliary
(Start Winding)
Blue
Overload
Protector
Orange
Blue
Black
Brown
Red
Red
Blue
External Wires
Emerson
General Electric
27658P 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
Yellow
White
Black
Brown
Blue
White
Red
Blue
Orange
Red
Violet
Yellow
External Wires
External Wires
General Electric
Emerson
White
Blue
Pink
Black
Brown
Red
Yellow
Yellow
Red
Orange
Pink
Blue
White
4 Pole Auxiliary
(Start Winding)
Violet
4 Pole Auxiliary
(Start Winding)
Blue
Brown
Brown
4 Pole Main
(High Speed)
Red
Yellow
Yellow
4 Pole Main
(High Speed)
Red
White
White
6 Pole Main
(Low Speed)
Overload
Protector
Blue
6 Pole Main
(Low Speed)
Overload
Protector
27179P MOTOR ASSEMBLY
(2 SPEED MOTORS)
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Section 11
Wiring Diagrams
WARNING
Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this machine according to the manufacturer's
instructions may result in conditions which can produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
W030
WIRING DIAGRAMS AND SCHEMATICS
FOUND ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES
ARE FOR MODELS COVERED IN THIS MANUAL.
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WARNING
Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this machine according to the manufacturer's
instructions may result in conditions which can produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
W030
MODELS AA9131, NA8631, NA8531, NA8331, AA7131, NA6532, NA6531,
NA6530, NA6332, NA6331, NA5531, NA5530, NA5531 AND NA5330
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WARNING
Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this machine according to the manufacturer's
instructions may result in conditions which can produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
W030
MODELS NA7521 AND NA7321
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WARNING
Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this machine according to the manufacturer's
instructions may result in conditions which can produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
W030
MODELS NA6621, NA6522, NA6521, NA6520, NG6321 AND AA6121
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WARNING
Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this machine according to the manufacturer's
instructions may result in conditions which can produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
W030
MODEL NA5721
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WARNING
Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this machine according to the manufacturer's
instructions may result in conditions which can produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
W030
MODELS NA5521, NA5520, NA5321 AND NA5320
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WARNING
Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this machine according to the manufacturer's
instructions may result in conditions which can produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
W030
MODELS NA4521, NA4520, NA4321 AND NA4320 (THROUGH SERIAL NO. 43R19503)
AND NA3520 AND NA3320
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WARNING
Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this machine according to the manufacturer's
instructions may result in conditions which can produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
W030
MODELS NA4521, NA4520, NA4321 AND NA4320 (STARTING SERIAL NO. 43R19504)
AND AA5121, NA4621, NA4522, NA3520 AND NA3320
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WARNING
Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this machine according to the manufacturer's
instructions may result in conditions which can produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
W030
MODELS AA4111, AA4110, NA3612, NA3512, NA3511, NA3510,
NA3312, NA3311, NA3310, AA3111 AND AA3110
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WARNING
Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this machine according to the manufacturer's
instructions may result in conditions which can produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
W030
MODELS NA2510 AND NA2310
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WARNING
Failure to install, maintain, and/or operate this machine according to the manufacturer's
instructions may result in conditions which can produce bodily injury and/or property damage.
W030
MODEL NA2110
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Notes
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