Samsung SW85ASP Service manual

WASHING MACHINE
FULLY AUTOMATIC
BASIC MODEL : WA17L9W
MODEL
: SW85ASP/SW82ASP
MODEL CODE :
SERVICE
PRODUCT IMAGE
SW85ASPIW1/XSA
SW85ASPIW1/YMI
SW82ASPIW/XSA
SW82ASPIW/YMI
Manual
THE FEATURE OF PRODUCT
1. Digital Fuzzy Logic Control
2. Opaque Steel Door
3. Water Saving Tub
4. Magic Filter
5. Centerjet Pulsator
6. Adjustable Leg
Refer to the service manual in the itself (http://itself.sec.samsung.co.kr/) for the more information.
CONTENTS
1. PRECAUTIONS
1-1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS..................................................................................................................1-1
1-2. PRECAUTIONS UPON INSTALLATION...........................................................................................1-2
2. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
2-1. THE FEATURE OF PRODUCT.........................................................................................................2-1
2-2. SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT....................................................................................................2-2
2-3. THE COMPARATIVE SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT.................................................................2-3
2-4. OPTION SPECIFICATIONS..............................................................................................................2-4
3. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND INSTALLATION
3-1. EACH KEY AND DISPLAY................................................................................................................3-1
3-2. FUNCTION OF CONTROL KEYS.....................................................................................................3-2
3-3. MAIN FUNCTIONS............................................................................................................................3-6
4. ALIGNMENT AND ADJUSTMENTS
4-1. ERROR MODE..................................................................................................................................4-1
4-2. TEST PROGRAM MODE...................................................................................................................4-2
5. ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
5-1. TOOLS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY...............................................................................5-1
5-2. DISASSEMBLY..................................................................................................................................5-2
5-3. ASSEMBLY........................................................................................................................................5-6
6. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS
6-1. PRECAUTIONS FOR THE REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT.............................................................6-1
6-2. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS AND SHOOTING ON MAIN FAILURE........................................................6-2
7. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
7-1. ASSY-COVER TOP...........................................................................................................................7-1
7-2. ASSY-TUB.........................................................................................................................................7-2
7-3. ASSY-CASE.......................................................................................................................................7-3
CONTENTS
8. PARTS LIST (SA).....................................................................................................................................8-1
9. BLOCK DIAGRAM...................................................................................................................................9-1
10. WIRING DIAGRAM..............................................................................................................................10-1
11. PCB DIAGRAM....................................................................................................................................11-1
12. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ..................................................................................................................12-1
13. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS
13-1. OVERALL SYSTEM DIAGRAM.....................................................................................................13-1
13-2. AC INPUT & POWER CIRCUIT.....................................................................................................13-1
13-3. DRIVING SYSTEM CIRCUIT.........................................................................................................13-2
13-4. SENSOR CIRCUIT........................................................................................................................13-3
14. REFERENCE INFORMATION
14-1. TERMINOLOGY.............................................................................................................................14-1
14-2. FABRIC CARE CHART..................................................................................................................14-2
14-3. ELECTRICAL WARNINGS............................................................................................................14-2
14-4. Q & A..............................................................................................................................................14-3
1. PRECAUTIONS
1-1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1. Do not allow the customer to repair product.
 The person may be injured or the product life may be shortened.
2. Be sure to unplug the power cord before starting to service (especially when servicing the electrical parts).
 Take extreme care of the electric shock.
3. Do not plug several plugs in the same outlet.
 It may cause the fire due to overheat.
4. Check it power plug or outlet is damaged, pressed, dented, or melted by hot temperature.
 Replace promptly if it is defective. (electric shock or fire hazard)
5. Be sure to ground. (Check grounding of outlet + additional grounding of metal water pipe)
 Electric shock hazard due to electric leakage
6. Do not clean the main body by directly using water.
 It may cause electric shock or fire and may shorten the product life.
7. Avoid exposing the wire harness to moisture and secure tightly during servicing.
 Secure wiring so as not to get loosened or deviated when given an impact.
8. Remove dirts or foreign materials around the housing, wire harness, contact points during servicing.
 Prevent the possibility of catching fire due to tracking or short.
9. Check if there is any evidence that electrical parts or harness has been exposed to moisture.
 If it has been exposed to moisture, replace the part or completely remove moisture.
10. Check the parts assembly status after servicing.
 Maintain the same status as before servicing.
11. When unplugging the power cord, hold the head part of the power cord.
 There may be dangers of electric shock or fire when the power cord is damaged.
12. Leave the power cord unplugged when the washing machine is not being used.
 There may be dangers of electric shock or fire due to a strike of lightening.
13. Do not use or store the spray or inflammable materials (including gasoline, thinner, alcohol etc.)
nearby the washing machine.
 There may be dangers of explosion or fire due to electric spark.
14. Do not put a water-containing bowel or wet laundry on the washing machine.
 If the water is spilled, it may cause electric shock or fire to the washing machine.
15. Do not install the washing machine in a place which is exposed to rain or snow.
 It may cause electric shock or fire and may shorten the product life.
16. Do not press control buttons by using a pointed tool such as awl or pin.
 It may cause electric shock and trouble to the product.
17. Check if the washing machine is leveled horizontally and securely installed on the floor.
 The product life may be injured by the spinning tub. (checking)
18. If the washing machine does not stop the dehydration tub within 15 seconds after there
cover is opened, stop using immediately and let it repaired.
 The user may be injured by the spinning tub. (check shaft)
19. Use connectors for joining the wires and secure them firmly.
 It may cause fire due to tracking if connected by using the adhesive tapes.
20. When the washing machine is to be laid for servicing, put the pad on the floor first and then lay the ma chine by
side carefully.
 The parts may be damaged by TUB, if the washing machine is to be laid on front.
1-1
1-2. PRECAUTIONS UPON INSTALLATION
1-2-1. Instruction for Installation Environment
1. Install the washing machine on a solid and level floor.
2. Place the machine at least 10cm away from the wall.
3. Placement on an inclined, weak or rough floor may cause abnormal trembling.
1-2-2. Balance
See if machine is placed level by checking the position of the washing tub.
* Open the lid of the machine, pour water into the tub up to the level just below the
pulsator, and adjust the legs so that the pulsator is positioned at the center of the
(a)
water as shown in the figure.
(a)
* To control the machine level, turn 10cm away the wall.
WATER
WATER
(b)
1-2-3. Controlling the Front Adjustable Leg
To control the height, turn the adjustable leg.
(a)
(b)
1-2
(b)
(a)
1-2-4. Connecting the Drain Hose
1. After pressing the joint ring (a), insert the drain hose (b) in the drain outlet. (same as pump
model)
2. Install the drain hose about 80~100cm above the ground. (for pump model)
(b)
(a)
(b)
1-2-5. Connecting the water supply hose
1. Remove the adaptor from the
water supply hose.
4. Connect the water supply hose
to the adaptor. Pull down part (c)
of the water supply hose. When
part (c) is released, the hose is
automatically
connected to the adaptor, and
makes a ‘click’ sound.
2. First, using a “+” type screwdriver, and then
loosen the three screws on the
adaptor.
Next, take the adaptor and hold
parts (a) and (b) with a gap
about 5mm between them.
3. Connect adaptor to the
water tap by firmly tightening the screws.
Then turn part (b), following the arrow, and put (a)
and (b) together.
a
a
b
b
5. Connect the other end of the
water supply hose to the inlet
water valve at the washer.
Screw the hose clockwise, all
the way in.
6. In case that the water
tap is a screw type,
connect a water supply
hose that fits to the tap as
shown.
c
1-3
1-2-6. Positioning the Drain Hose (pump model)
Take out the cap-hose and connect the outlet-hose.
Be sure to join tightly the drain hose into the drain-outlet on the back of the machine.
Be sure to join tightly the drain hose into the drain-outlet on the side of the machine.
Install the drain hose in the position of about 90~100cm above the ground.
1-4
2. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
2-1. THE FEATURE OF PRODUCT
WATER SUPPLY
HOSE
RED-HOT WATER
DRAIN HOSE
LID
WATER SUPPLY
HOSE
WHITE-COLD WATER
DETERGENT BOX
MAGIC FILTER
POWER PLUG
BLEACH INLET
FABRIC SOFTENER
DISPENSER
HEIGHT
ADJUSTING LEG
2-1
2-2. SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT
Classifications
Specifications
Model
SW85ASP/SW82ASP
Washing Capacity
8.5kg
Washing Method
Stirring Type
Rated Voltage
230~30V/50Hz
Wash
550W
Spin
310W
Maximum
92 ℓ
High
78 ℓ
Medium
62 ℓ
Med-Low
48 ℓ
Extra Low
32 ℓ
Power Consumption
Standard
Water Level
Maximum Water Usage
Applicable Water Pressure
Spin Speed
Weight
Dimension
2-2
240 ℓ
0.05~0.78 Mpa
(0.5~8.0kgf/㎠ )
710 rpm
47kg
W630×D675×H1060
2-3. THE COMPARATIVE SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT
SW85ASPIW1/XSA
SW85ASPIW1/YMI
SW82ASPIW/XSA
SW82ASPIW/YMI
8.5kg
8.5kg
Rated Voltage
230~40V/50Hz
230~40V/50Hz
Water Supply
Hot+Cold+Rinse
Hot+Cold+Rinse
Basket Type
All Stainless
All Stainless
Mirror + Button
Inlay
Door
Steel
Steel
Color
Neat White
Neat White
Model
Specifications
Washing Capacity
Control Panel Type
Weight
Dimension
47kg
W630×D675×H1060
2-3
2-4. OPTION SPECIFICATIONS
Item
2-4
Item Name
CODE.NO
QTY
ASSY-HOSE
WATER
DC91-10229E
DC91-10229F
2
ASSY-HOSE
DRAIN(O)
DC97-00139C
1
MANUALBOOK
DC68-02340*
1
REMARK
3. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND INSTALLATION
3-1. EACH KEY AND DISPLAY
 Note : The real control panel has the same layout and function as the above figure’s expression.
3-2. FUNCTION OF CONTROL KEYS
1. PROGRAM KEY
(1) Before the initial start key is entered or during the pause mode, each pressing of this key shows the
selectable Programs as in the order below.
SENSOR
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�� BEDDING
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��� HEAVY
������ DUTY
����� →
��� ECONO
������ WASH
��������
→ QUICK
������ →
�� WOOL
����
(2) Each time you press the key during the valid operation, it gives a beep sound for each key-in but it does
not perform any corresponding action.
(3) When you press PAUSE key and then change the current program into the new program, the current
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program���������������������
even though you have
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which has it’s own manual function by using the manual key (wash, rinse,
spin).
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program������������������
is available and being
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operated, you can press all of the
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keys except for
the RESERVE key (DELAY START key) and ��������
PROGRAM������
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key.
(5) Weight sensing function is valid only for Sensor, BEDDING(HEAVY), ECONO WASH(ECONO),
........
QUICK��,
SUPER CLEAN ���������
programs�.
When you press WATER LEVEL key, water level is selected in the order below.
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program���������������������������������������������������������������
has the default ���������
value of �������������������������������������
the water level as Medium level even
though you don’t press WATER LELEL key.
3-1
(6) Function Table for Programs
WASH
TIME
DIVISION
SENSOR
BEDDING/
HEAVY
HEAVY DUTY
ECONO WASH
QUICK
WOOL
MANUAL SET
6~30 min
6~30 min
6~30 min
6~30 min
1~15 min
1~15 min
MAXIMUM
20 min
15 min
20 min
18 min
5 min
5 min
HIGH
20 min
15 min
20 min
18 min
5 min
5 min
MEDIUM
20 min
15 min
20 min
18 min
5 min
5 min
MED-LOW
15 min
15 min
20 min
18 min
3 min
5 min
EXTRA LOW
15 min
15 min
20 min
18 min
3 min
5 min
MANUAL SET
1~5 �����
times
1~5 �����
times
1~5 �����
times
1~5 times
1~5 �����
times
1~5 �����
times
INITIAL VALUE
2 times
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2 times
�����
2 times
�����
1 time
����
1 time
����
2 times
MANUAL SET
1~9 min
1~9 min
1~9 min
1~9 min
1~9 min
1~9 min
INITIAL VALUE
5 min
5 min
5 min
3 min
Max,High,Med
: 3 min,
Med-low Low
: 1 min
1 min
INITIAL WATER SUPPLY
Cold Water
Cold Water
Cold Water
Cold Water
Cold Water
Cold Water
WEIGHT SENSING
WATER LEVEL
Low~
Maximum
Low~
Maximum
Low~
Maximum
Low~
Maximum
Low~
Maximum
Medium
RINSE
SPIN
TIME
(7) When the PROGRAM key is available and being operated, you can update the
corresponding function by pressing the manual key. But the cycle-off should be skipped.
(8) At the Sensor program which is the initial program mode after power-on, every press of the
manual keys only performs the manual function. Sensor program is automatically selected
when POWER key is pressed. You may change the Sensor program into the other programs
before pressing the START key and also you can select the corresponding manual function by
pressing the manual keys.
In case before pressing the START key, the manual function of each program can be performed
by pressing the PROGRAM key first and then manual key. Otherwise, the press of the manual
key after pressing the START key enables you to set up the corresponding function.
In case during the operation of any program, you can perform the manual-only function of
each program by pressing the PAUSE key, changing the program, and selecting the manual only function and then finally pressing the START key.
3-2
(9) During the operation of any program, every press of the manual control key after pressing the
PAUSE key may change the operating time of each manual function.
Ex) When the SPIN key is pressed, the spin time of “5 MIN” is displayed. If you sequentially press the
SPIN key at this time, it may be changed as follows. (effective only before the spin cycle starts)
(10) After setting the spin time by pressing the SPIN key at the (9), and then if you press the WASH key,
the remaining time of any wash cycle would be added. Every press of the WASH key modifies
washing time as follows. (effective before the end of the wash cycle)
In case of WOOL and QUICK program, the wash time is changed as follows exceptionally.
(11) When the RINSE key is more pressed at the (8) and (9), Every press of the RINSE key modifies the
rinse time as follows. (effective before the end of the rinse cycle)
3-3
2. WATER SUPPLY KEY
(1) This key is valid except for error cases.
(2) This key-in changes the mode as follows.
Cold Water ��
→� ���������������
Hot/Cold Water ��
→� ���������
Hot Water
(3) If you select any water supply by pressing the WATER SUPPLY key, the selected water supply
remains valid even if you change the program mode(except for WOOL program). If you move to
the WOOL program, the cold water is automatically selected, but the previous setting is
restored
if you switch to the other program.
(4) Error cases as follows in above item (1).
- Water supply error
- Drain error
- Water sensing error
(5) While water is being supplied, the corresponding water supply lamp ftwinkles by 1 sec. 3. START/PAUSE KEY
(1) This key-in toggles between start and pause as follows.
Start ��
→������
�����
Pause
(2) This key performs error clear function.
- Water supply error
- Drain error
- Water sensing error
3-4
4. WATER LEVEL KEY
(1) The WATER LEVEL key is always valid except for error cases as below.
* Error:
- Water Supply Error
- Drain Error
- Water sensing error
(2) Pressing the Water Level key shows the options in the order as below.
Middle → ● → High → ● → Maximum → ● → High → ● → Middle → ● → Low → ●Extra low → Lowest
● Low ← ● ← Extra low
(3) When the WATER LEVEL key happen to be touched before the MOTOR starts to rotate after the water-feeding, the time of water feeding is automatically adjusted to the water level and so the time is recalculated.
(4) The washing time with any selected water level at each program can be modified only before
the motor starts to rotate. Otherwise, after the motor started to rotate, the wash cycle will be
performed with the washing time which was already set at the old water level regardless of the
water level.
(5) In case of adjusting the washing time by the WASH key at the (4), the washing time is to be
recalculated with the new time setup, regardless of the water level.
(6) When the water level is not selected, the segment display is “-:--”.
When the WATER LEVEL key is pressed, the total cycle time is displayed in the segment.
Default value for the water level is selected medium.
5. RESERVE KEY (DELAY START KEY)
(1) Reserve key-in is available only before entering start-key under the condition of pressing any program.
(2) Default value of this key is 3 hours.
(3) Each key-in can update the reserved time by 1 hour to the maximum 19 hours.
(4) It’s possible to change the reserved time within 10 min after pressing the START key. It’s
not valid to change the time after 10 min.
(5) Manual wash time, rinse time and spin time can be adjusted only after pressing the start key in 10 min. If total working time is over 3 hours automatic reserve process is canceled and return to the early condition.
3-5
3-3. MAIN FUNCTIONS
1. WATER SUPPLY
(1) The water supply function of each process opens the corresponding water valve ON until the selected water level is fulfilled.
(2) Water supply valve is open for the water supply function of each process as below.
Selected Wate
Wash
Rinse
Rinse2
Water plus
Intermittent spin
Cold Water
Cold Water
Cold Water
Cold Water
Cold Water
Cold Water
Hot/Cold Water
Hot/Cold Water
Hot/Cold Water
Cold Water
Cold Water
Cold Water
Hot Water
Hot Water
Hot/Cold
Cold Water
Cold Water
Cold Water
Remarks) Washing will progress in case only the warm water is selected.Cold water in 20 sec at the initial time of water feeding Make the valve ON
→ To protect the clothing and perfectly dissolve the detergent.
(3) Corresponding lamp flashes ON/OFF by 1 sec when water supply process is in operation and or keep the lamp ON when it’s not in the water supply process. when water supply process
is not in operation.
(4) If the water supply is not completed yet after the standard time allocated for water supplying has passed, the remaining time does not count down any more.
(5) If the water supply is already completed before the standard time allocated for water
supplying has passed, the remaining time counts down as much as the standard time and then proceed to next step.
(6) If the water supply is not completed even after 60 minutes has passed, water supply error function is performed.
(7) If a WATER LEVEL key is entered again after the water supply is all finished, and if the newly
set level is higher than the current level, then the water supply process is performed again,
and the washing motor is turned OFF and the remaining time does not count down during
water supply.
(8) Water supply washing motor table for each water level.
Water level
Maximum
High
Medium
Med-Low
Low, Extra Low
Supply level
5 min
4 min 30 sec
4 min
2 min 30 sec
2 min
(9) If the water level comes down under the reset level during in operation after the water is
completely supplied up to the selected water level, the water supply process continues on up
to the selected level.
3-6
2. INTERMITTENT SPINNING
(1) Opening the door while the intermittent spin is in operation stops spinning and generates door open alarm (door open melody 5 times).
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2) If the door is closed while the door open alarm is ongoing, the alarm status is terminated and proceeds to the next step in as identical order as in START/PAUSE key-in.
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3) If the safety S/W senses the unbalance state during the intermittent spinning cycle, it
performs the unbalance clear function.
■ Unbalance Sensing Function
- S/W Sensing Time
UNBALANCE: 20~500mS
Door
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Open: 501mS or more. .
- When the door is opened, the OFF time of the motor is at the time that the 20mS is
detected.
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If the door is closed while the door open alarm is undergoing, the alarm status
stops
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and the drain motor turns ON. and then after 10 sec, the washing motor works.
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Unbalance Clear Function
- If the unbalance is detected at the spin cycle of any program (except for spin only mode),
the
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spin cycle stops, the release wash/rinse function is performed and then the spin cycle
works
������������
again.
The
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unbalance clear function like this, which is valid until 2 times. But If it is 3 times, it
displays
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“UE” error, all of cycle stop.
3. SPIN FUNCTION
(1) The spin function allows the washing motor to rotate to the left and to maintain the drain
motor ON for the whole spinning time.
(2) Other functions are as identical as Intermittent spin function.
(3) The spinning time after each wash cycle, rinse cycle, and the final spin cycle follow the time
chart.
4. PAUSE FUNCTION
(1) The pause function turns off the motor for 1 min and turns on only the drain motor on for
30 secs.
(2) If the door is opened while the pause function is in operation during the rinse cycle, it gives
door open error and resumes the process after door is closed.
(3) If the door is opened while the pause function is in operation during the spin cycle, it ends the
spin function.
3-7
5. WATER SUPPLY FUNCTION
(1) Identical as the water supply function of wash process.
6. RINSE FUNCTION
(1) If a selected water level is fulfilled, the rinse function is performed.
(2) Rinse time is 2 min 30 sec at 1 time for most of programs except for the following programs.
(2 min for WOOL program, 1 min 30 sec for ECONO WASH program)
7. SPIN FUNCTION
(1) It is identical as the intermittent spin and spin function of the rinse process.
(2) Spin fuction performs for only 1 min at WOOL program.
8. EXIT FUNCTION
(1) After all the selected process is completed, it performs exit process.
(2) While the exit function is in operation it gives end melody and turns off all the driving com
partment. The display shows “END”.
(3) If the exit function is finished, it automatically turns power relay off.
3-8
4. ALIGNMENT AND ADJUSTMENTS
4-1. ERROR MODE
4-1-1. ERROR FUNCTION
1. WATER LEVEL SENSOR ERROR
(1) When the water level senser detects a frequency less than 15kHz or more than 30kHz for
more than 5 seconds
(2) Generates ERROR MELODY 5 times.
(3) DISPLAY: ‘1E’ 0.5 sec ON/OFF
(4) How to Clear: Press the START key to check again.
2. WATER SUPPLY ERROR
(1) When the water supply does not reach at the selected water level after 60 min has passed
since starting to supply water.
(2) Generates ERROR MELODY 5 times.
(3) DISPLAY: ‘4E’ 0.5 sec ON/OFF
(4) How to Clear: Press the START key to clear the error status and to resume the water supply function.
3. DRAIN ERROR
(1) When the water level does not fall under reset level after 15 min has passed since starting to drain.
(2) Generates ERROR MELODY 5 times.
(3) DISPLAY : ‘5E’ 0.5 sec ON/OFF
(4) How to Clear : Press the START key to clear the error status and to resume the water drain function.
4. DOOR OPEN ERROR
(1) When the door is opened during the intermittent spin and spin.
(2) Generates ERROR MELODY 5 times.
(3) DISPLAY: ‘dE’ 0.5 sec ON/OFF
(4) How to Clear : Close the door.
5. UNBALANCE ERROR
(1) In case the unbalance is sensed three times during the same spin cycle.
(2) In case the ERROR MELODY sounds five times.
(3) DISPLAY: ‘UE’ 0.5 sec ON/OFF
(4) How to Release: Open the DOOR and then close it.
4-1
4-2. TEST PROGRAM MODE
4-2-1. TEST MODE FUNCTION (Drive and other test)
1) How to enter. (Water level+Course+Power s/w)
2) All of the PCB display when you press three buttons.
3) If you depress the three buttons, it shows the micom model number in 2 seconds and then shows the
software version.
4) Mode change: you may change mode by pressing Start/Hold button in test mode.
5) Press the Start/Hold button one time. (Segment display: ‘ㅂ’)
The wash course started only Maximum water level. (Digital course)
6) Press the Start/Hold button two times. (Segment display: ‘ㅂH’)
The wash course started only Minimum water level. (Digital course)
7) Press the Start/Hold button three times. (Segment display: ‘L’)
The water supply entered until Maximum water level.
8) Press the Start/Hold button four times. (Segment display: ‘S’)
The Spin Course started by Semi-spin Course finished.
PCB senses the motor error when they didn’t exists 30 taco-pulses in Semi-spin runs on 4times,
30 seconds. (Door error, Unbalance error)
9) Press the Start/Hold button five times. (Segment display: ‘HA’)
The weights sensing runs, and display the weighting pulse on segment.
10)The washing machine power is off when press the Start/Hold button six times.
11)The washing machine runs the extra function when you press the Start/Hold button between one
pressing and five pressing.
12)When the water supply button is entered, shows the selectable courses as in the order below.
Cold → Rinse → Hot → Off
If you press the Water supply button when water supplies, it didn’t effect.
13)When the water level button is entered, shows the selectable courses as in the order below.
If you press the Water level button when motor runs, it didn’t effect.
14)When the Wash button is entered, shows the selectable courses as in the order below.
Drain → OFF
4-2
If you press the Wash button when drain-motor runs, it didn’t effect.
4-3
Memo
4-4
5. ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
5-1. TOOLS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY
NO.
TOOL
1
Box driver
2
Double-ended
spanner
10 mm
13 mm
19 mm
Heater (1)
Motor (1), Balance (5), 2 holes of each left and right of the
shock absorber 1 Pulley hole
10, 13, 19 mm
Replaceable for the box driver.
Since the bolt runs idle when the box driver is used, use the
box driver 17mm.
Tool to protect the idle and abrasion of the bolt for the
box driver.
3
Vice pliers
4
Other (Driver, Nipper, Long nose)
General tools for the after service.
5
JIG for the BASKET SPIN ASSY
1 (Disassemble and Assemble)
5-1
5-2. DISASSEMBLY
5-2-1. CAUTIONS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
1. BEFORE SERVICING
(1) When laying down the washing machine for repair, do not place the front side downwards.
This may cause the following :
- The round front face may be deformed.
- The top-cover and the outer-case (round area) may not match.
(2) When removing the top-cover from the outer-case, do not let the wire bundle fall downwards
and touch the sharp edge of the outer-case. Also, do not allow tension to stress the wires.
(3) When moving the washing machine to a place with a rough floor, do not drag it. If it is dragged,
the rubber may get loose, thereby causing severe vibration and noise during washing.
2. BEFORE SERVICING
(1) Do not deform the check-S/W rod of the top-cover.
(2) The installation of a deformed check-S/W rod will result in malfunction of the safety switch during
severe vibration, thus causing an unbalanced error.
3. BEFORE SERVICING
(1) Check the level of the washing machine.
(2) When setting the wire bundle in the lower section, make sure that the wire bundle is not stressed
by any tension due to tilting of the tub assembly.
(3) When setting the wires, do not let the wires touch any sharp edges.
(4) Remove any moisture on the wire bundle, and on areas surrounding the wire connector.
5-2
5-2-2. DISASSEMBLY
Warning! To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death, disconnect the power to the washing
machine.
Disassembly Procedure
■ Removing the PCB Assembly
1)Remove the Screw to fix the Cover-T.C.
2)Lift up the Cover-T.C with the Control-Panel assembled.
3)Turn the Cover-T.C “up”.
4)Disconnect the Wire Harness from each electrical parts.
5)Remove the 4 Screws connecting the Control Panel with
the Cover-T.C. and then dissemble the Control Panel.
6)Remove the 5 Screws connecting the Control Panel with
the PCB Assembly.
7)Disconnect the Wire Harness of the PCB Assembly.
8)Pull away the PCB Assembly.
9)Do the reassembly in reverse order.
Illustration
■ Removing the Pressure-Senser, Water-Valve, and Checker
Assembly
■ Pressure Senserl
1) Pull out the Lead Wire Terminal of the Pressure Digital.
2) Remove the Pressure Digital.
3) Pull out the Air Hose.
■ Water Valve
1) Pull out the Lead Wire Terminals.
2) Remove the Water valve while pushing it in the direction of
the arrow.
■ Checker Assembly
1) Pull out the Lead Wire Terminals.
2) Remove the two Screws.
3) Lift out the Checker.
■ Wire Harness
1) Pull out the Lead Wire Terminals from the parts in back of
the Top Cover.
2) Pull out the Lead Wire Terminals from the PCB after
dissemble the Control-Panel from the Cover-T.C.
3) Remove the Wire Harness.
■ Door Switch <Magnet Switch>
1) Turn over the top-cover.
2) Remove the screw.
3) Remove the door switch.
5-3
Disassembly Procedure
■ Removing the Motor
1)Remove the Back Cover.
2)Lay down the Washing Machine with the rear side
facing the floor.
3)Pull out the Sound Absorption Panel.
4)Remove the Wire Housing.
5)Remove the V Belt.
6)Remove the two Bolts fastening the Motor.
7)Remove the Motor Pulley.
8)Pull out the Motor.
■ Removing the Drain Motor
1)Lay down the Washing Machine with the rear side
facing the floor.
2)Pull out the Lead Wire Terminal.
3)Remove the Bolt.
4)Remove the Drain Motor Wire from the Link.
5)Lift out the Drain Motor.
■ Removing the Shaft Assembly
1)Remove the two Screws fixing the Top Cover, and
lift up the Top Cover gently tilt the Top Cover back
to expose the Tub Cover.
2)Remove the four Screws fixing the Tub Cover.
3)Remove the Bolt fixing the Pulsator.
4)Remove the Spin Nut fixing the flange Shaft and
the Shaft and pull out the Spin Basket.
Caution
Disassemble the Spin Nut in a clockwise direction.
5)Lay down the Washing Machine with the rear side
facing the floor.
6)Remove the two Bolts fixing the Saddle.
7)Remove the four Bolts fixing the Shaft using the
Box and take out the Shaft Assembly.
■ Removing the Pump Assy
1)Remove the Back Cover.
2)Remove the Lead Wire Terminal and the Earth Wire.
3)Remove the Two Hoses.
4)Remove the 2screws which fix the filter.
5)Lay down the Washer with the right side facing the
Floor.
6)Remove the 2 Screws which fix the pump.
7)Lift out the Pump.
5-4
Illustration
Remarks
5-3. Spin - Nut Repairing Box
5-3-1. Procedure
1. Insert the jig ® into the spin-nut ­- .
2. Insert the guide pin ¯ into the groove of the
flange - shaft by rotating it to the right and left.
3.Insert the connecting rod ° and handle ± into
the sq uare box. Then turn the handle clockwise
on the axis of the small box to disassemble
(Right-hand thread).*
To disassemble the box, give three to four times
of instantaneous shocks to the handle in the
loosening direction, then disassemble it by turning
the handle when the nut is loosened.
4.To disassemble the box, strike the handle
three or four times-quick shocks to loosen
it-then complete the disassembly by turning the
handle as the nut is loosened.
5. Reassemble in reverse order.
5-5
5-4. REASSEMBLY
Reassembly procedures are in the reverse order of dissasembly procedures.
5-6
6. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS
- As the washing machine which has the micom processor, is configured of the complicated structure,
there might be many kind of the service call from the consumer even though there is no defect on the
parts in the machine. Below information is prepared for the exact trouble diagnosis and the suitable
repaire guide.
6-1. Precautions for the Repair and Replacement
Please observe and follow the below instruction for the trouble diagnosis and parts replacement.
(1)As the electric components are easily damaged by the static electricity charged in the resin part of the
machine or in the human body, be sure to remove the potential difference between the human body the
washing machine by touching the earth strap or the power supply which is connected to the machine if
you need to contact PCB parts for servicing.
Earth Strap
Power Plug
(2)The wiring should be properly connected in accordance with the wiring diagram. Erroneous wiring may
cause the faulty operation, smoke, or fire. Speial attention should be paid to connection, insulation treat
ment, and wiring work for the lead wire.
(3)Be sure to pull out the power plug during repair.
(4)Be sure to use only authoirzed replacement parts.
(5)Be careful that touching the radiating plate accidentally may cause electric shock, because AC 110V
220V is applied between T1 and T2 of the triac on the PCB assembly.
(6)As the parts on PCB are coated with urethane, they can not be inspected by the test bar on the
multimeter. Check them normal or not by using the test mode first and then diagnose the trouble in an
appropriated procedure as next troubleshooting method.
6-1
6-2. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS AND SHOOTING ON MAIN FAILURE
6-2-1. POWER SUPPLY, DISPLAY, AND KEY SELECTION FAILURE
(1) In case of no power on when you plug in the power cord and then press the POWER key
No Power ON
Yes
Is the rating voltage supplied ?
No
Apply the rating voltage.
Yes
Is the power plug well connected?
No
Plug in the power cord securely.
Yes
Fuse blown out?
Yes
Replace fuse.
No
Is the wiring on the power
line well connected?
Yes
The PCB Assy is defective.
Replace it.
6-2
No
Repair or Replace the wire
connection.
(2) In case the unselected indicator turns on.
Unselected indicator turns on.
Replace defective PCB ASS`Y.
(3) In case there is no beep sound and also the indicator does not turn on at any key selection.
No beep sound and or no
display in the indicator
Power S/W ON?
No
Turn Power S/W ON.
(All of key selections are valid only
when POWER S/W is on.)
No
Tact S/W or Tact S/W connection
with PBA is defective.
Replace PCB ASS`Y.
Yes
S/W contacts
in good condition?
Yes
Replace defective PCB
ASS`Y.
6-3
6-2-2. DRIVING UNIT FAILURE
- At the below instruction, it is the case that there is no failure on the power supply and key selection. it is
the diagnosis of any problem after POWER key and START key are selected and then any operation is
being normally performed.
(1) In case of no water supply
No W/S(water supply)
START/PAUSE key
is pressed after selecting a
course?
No
Press Start/Pause key.
Yes
Is there any sound like ‘zee-’
at the W/S valve during water
supply?
Connect the terminal
firmly.
No
Yes
Water tap is opened?
No
Water supply has been cut
off?
Yes
Yes
Turn off the water tap and
turn Power OFF.
Yes
Clean the filter by using a
brush.
No
W/S valve is electrically
continuous?
Yes
Foreign materials exist on
W/S hose or valve?
Yes
No
W/S valve is defective.
Replace it.
Is the water level senser well
connected?
Yes
Do the pulsator rotate?
No
PCB Assy is defective.
Replace it.
6-4
Open the water tap.
Yes
The terminal of W/S valve is
well connected?
No
No
Yes
Water level senser is
defective. Replace it.
(2) In case the water supply does not stop and also the wash does not start.
The water supply does not stop
Yes
Pull out the plug.
Yes
Does the water supply stop?
Yes
The water valve is defective.
* Remove the foreign material in the
water velve.
Yes
Air is leaking. Check the
connection, and apply the
adhesives.
Yes
Is there water in the water level
sensor hose?
For pump model
No
No
Is the water level sensor hose
bent?
Yes
No
Is the water coming out
through the drain hose with
the operation of the drain
valve?
Correct the bent hose.
For no pump model
Yes Check the drain
valve.
Remove foreign materials such as
drawn thread, hair pin and buttons.
No
Replace the PCB assembly.
6-5
(3) In case the wash starts without the water supply.
Wash starts without the water supply
Water Level Sensor terminal
is securely connected?
No
Connect terminals securely.
Yes
Washing is going on?
Yes
Replace defective PCB
ASS`Y.
6-6
No
Turn Power OFF and starts to
operate again.
(4) In case the pusator does not rotate during washing.
- This malfunction may be caused by defective contacts of the wire harness.
The pulsator dose not rotate.
Yes
Does the water supply stop
after filling to the specified
level?
No
Is the connection of the
water lwvwl sensor terminal
all right?
Yes
Replace the water level
sensor.
Yes
Yes
Connect the terminal securely.
No
No
Does the motor make a
“woong” sound?
Replace the condenser.
Is water supplied?
No
No
Dose the
pulsator operate
normally?
No
No
Now it is normal
Replace the PCB assembly.
Check the motor for shortcircuit
and replace it if necessary.
Dose the
pulsator operate
normally?
Yes
The motor is defective.
No
Is the V belt
positioned
correctly?
Yes
Replace the PCB assembly.
No
Install the V belt correctly.
Check for a racing motor due to excessively strong
or weak tension of the
V - belt.
6-7
(5) In case the noise occurs during washing.
Noise coccurs during
washing.
Yes
Does the noise occur from
the inside of the washing
tub?
No
Yes
Any foreign materials stuck
between the washing tub
and the pulsator?
Remove any foreign materials.
Adjust the clearance of the pulsator.
Is there noise from the
clutch?
No
Yes
Is there noise from the
motor?
Contact noise due
to the wear of motor
bearing. Replace the
defective motor assy
due to the abrasion
state.
No
Noise of loosing screws
from the connection area.
Yes
Is the position of the brake
lever adjusted properly?
Yes
The noise is either the contact noise inside
the clutch, or it is noise caused by the wear
and deformation of parts.
Replace the defective clutch assy due to
the abrasion state.
1. Check the fastening screws for the motor
and the motor pulley.
2. Check the caulking of the motor pulley.
3. Check the internal components for any
abnormality.
* The ‘Sha-ah’ sounds may be heard when the Spin tub comes to a halt but that is
not problem of the washing machine as they are coming from normal water
flowing inside the spin tub by auto balancing function.
6-8
(6) In case of no spinning
No Spinning
Is it draining?
Yes
This is normal as designed to
drain before spinning.
No
Pulsator blades are rotating?
No
Adjust tension of the Yes
V-belt.
V-belt tension is too strong
or too weak?
No
Educate customer to Yes
close the lid.
Is the lid open?
No
Check and adjust
safety switch.
Yes
Safety S/W terminal is lifted
up when lid closed?
Yes
Drain motor makes
operating sounds?
Yes
Improper adjustment of
Clutch part. Repair it.
Yes
Drain motor shows
continuity?
No
Replace Drain Motor.
Yes
Drain Motor operable as a
single unit?
No Replace defective drain motor
lead wires.
Yes
Improper adjustment of
Clutch part. Repair it.
No
Replace safety S/W.
Yes
Terminals of safety
S/W COM and DOOR
continuous?
No
Unbalance 1st, 2nd
times automatically
dose water
Supply → Wash.
Remove foreign
materials.
Spin tub is
rotating correctly?
Yes
No
Yes
No
Any foreign
materials between the spin
tub and TUB?
No
Yes
Check motor lead wire.
OK.
Replace defective
PCB ASS`Y.
Unbalance status?
No
Yes
Spin tub is
rotating correctly?
No
Motor is defective
Replace it.
6-9
(7) In case of no draining
No Draining
No pump model only
Drain hose is put down?
Yes
Put down the drain hose.
Yes
Drain hose is bent?
Yes
Position the hose properly.
No
Press Start/Pause key 3 or 4
times in Drain ·Spin mode.
Drain Motor makes operating
sounds?
Yes
No pump model only
Connect them
securely.
Yes
Spring joining Drain valve
and Motor deviated?
No
Yes
Drain hole of Drain hose is
blocked?
Remove foreign
materials.
Yes
No pump model
only
No
No
Any blocking materials in
Drain hole?
No
OK
6-10
Drain motor is continuous?
No
Replace defective
Drain Motor.
No
Replace the defective drain
motor.
Yes
Drain pump can operate
alone?
Yes
Wires are securely
connected?
Yes
Any blocking materials in
Drain Valve?
Take out wash tub (spin tub).
Yes
No
Replace defective PCB
ASS`Y.
No
Connect them securely.
7. EXPLODED VIEW AND PARTS LIST
7-1. ASSY-COVER TOP
[ SW82ASP ]
PXXXX
P0079
C0082
C0115
A0242
P0051
P0007
[ SW85ASP ]
P0038
C0002
P0198
P0030
C0082
A0242
D0089
P0075
D0089
P0053
P0031
P0062
P0115
P0018
W0004
7-1
Location.
No
CODE-NO
A0242
DC64-01207A
INLAY-PANEL
A0242
DC64-01275A
A0242
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
Q’TY
SA/SNA
WA17L9,PC,T1.5,W186.5,L57.3,
1
SA
INLAY-PANEL
WA15L5W,PET,T0.188,W395.6,L9
1
SA
DC64-01275B
INLAY-PANEL
WA15L4W,PET,T0.188,W395.6,L9
1
SA
A0242
DC64-01275C
INLAY-PANEL
WA17L7W,PET,T0.188,W395.6,L9
1
SA
A0242
DC64-01275H
INLAY-PANEL
NEW-SKIPPY/WA14L1/4,PET,-,-,
1
SA
A0242
DC64-01275J
INLAY-PANEL
NEW-SKIPPY/WA14L2/5,PET,-,-,
1
SA
A0242
DC64-01275K
INLAY-PANEL
SKIPPY2,PET,T0.188,W395.6,L9
1
SA
A0242
DC64-01275L
INLAY-PANEL
SKIPPY2,PET,T0.188,W395.6,L9
1
SA
A0242
DC64-01275M INLAY-PANEL
SKIPPY2,PET,T0.188,W395.6,L9
1
SA
C0002
DC97-11213A
ASSY-PANEL CONTROL
WA17L9,-,BUTTON-TYPE,
1
SA
C0002
DC97-11213D
ASSY-PANEL CONTROL
B27L9WDP/YE,-,-,NEW-
1
SA
C0002
DC97-11213E
ASSY-PANEL CONTROL
NEW SKIPPY,WA15L*,PAN
1
SA
C0002
DC97-11213F
ASSY-PANEL CONTROL
NEW SKIPPY,WA14L1/L4,
1
SA
C0002
DC97-11213G
ASSY-PANEL CONTROL
NEW SKIPPY,WA14L2/L5,
1
SA
C0082
DC64-01174A
PANEL-CONTROL
WA14L1,ABS,-,-,-,-,NEAT-WH
1
SNA
C0082
DC64-01174D
PANEL-CONTROL
WB27L9,ABS,-,-,-,-,SPRAY-S
1
SNA
C0082
DC64-01208A
PANEL-CONTROL
WA14L1,ABS,-,-,-,-,NEAT-WH
1
SNA
C0082
DC64-01208C PANEL-CONTROL
WA14 L1/2/4/5 WDP/XAX,ABS,
1
SNA
C0082
DC64-01208D PANEL-CONTROL
WA14 L1/2/4/5 WDP/XAX,ABS,
1
SNA
C0115
ASSY PCB PARTS
MFS-S1TT25B-09
1
SNA
D0089
MFSS1TT25B-09
DC61-00523A
HINGE-DOOR PIN
SW95ASP,NYLON66(GRASS30%)
2
SA
P0007
DC97-01766F ASSY BODY DETERGENT WA15L1W,NEW SKIPPY (
1
SA
P0198
DC90-10104D CHECKER S/W
SEW-110J,DC15V/50MA,-,-
1
SA
P0030
DC32-30006S
SENSOR PRESSURE
DN-S17,10KG/STANDARD
1
SA
P0031
DC61-20223A
HINGE-DOOR(R)
ABS,SW90K1SP
1
SA
P0038
DC63-00041R
CASE-DETERGENT
WA14H6Q3DW/XAX,ABS,
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698A
COVER-T.C
WA14L1,ABS,-,-,-,-,-,NEAT-WHT,
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698B
COVER-T.C
WA15L5,ABS,-,-,-,-,SEM,NEAT-WH
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698C
COVER-T.C
WA17L7W,ABS,-,-,-,-,SEM/MEXICO
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698D
COVER-T.C
WA15L1W,ABS,-,-,-,-,SEM/MEXICO
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698G COVER-T.C
WA15L1W,ABS,-,-,-,-,SELA-P(PAN
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698J
COVER-T.C
WA15L4W,ABS,-,-,-,-,SELA-P(PAN
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698K
COVER-T.C
WA17L9W,ABS,-,-,-,-,SELA-P(PAN
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698L
COVER-T.C
WB27L1W,ABS,-,-,-,-,SAMCOL/Col
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698M COVER-T.C
WB27L9W,ABS,-,-,-,-,SAMCOL/Col
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698S
COVER-T.C
WA14L1WDP/XAX,ABS,-,-,-,-,SEM
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698T
COVER-T.C
WA14L2WDP/XAX,ABS,-,-,-,-,SEM,
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698U
COVER-T.C
WA14L4WDP/XAX,ABS,-,-,-,-,SEM,
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698V
COVER-T.C
WA14L5WDP/XAX,ABS,-,-,-,-,SEM,
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698W COVER-T.C
WA15L4WDP/YCX,-,-,-,-,-,SELA-P
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00698X
COVER-T.C
WA15L1,ABS,-,-,-,-,SELA-P,NEAT
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00973D
COVER-T.C
SKIPPY2/WA15L3WDP/XAX,ABS,-,-,
1
SA
7-2
Remark
Location.
No
CODE-NO
P0051
DC63-00973E
COVER-T.C
P0051
DC63-00973F
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
Q’TY
SA/SNA
SKIPPY2/WA15L6WDP/XAX,ABS,-,-,
1
SA
COVER-T.C
SKIPPY2/WA15L4GDP/XAX,ABS,-,-,
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00973G COVER-T.C
SKIPPY2/WA15L5GDP/XAX,ABS,-,-,
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00973H
COVER-T.C
SKIPPY2/WA17L9GDP/XAX,ABS,-,-,
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00973J
COVER-T.C
SKIPPY2/WA15L3WDP/XAP,ABS,-,-,
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00973K
COVER-T.C
SKIPPY2/WA15L3WDP/YCX,ABS,-,-,
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00973L
COVER-T.C
SKIPPY2/WA15L4GDP/XAP,ABS,-,-,
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00973M COVER-T.C
SKIPPY2/WA15L4GDP/YCX,ABS,-,-,
1
SA
P0051
DC63-00973N
COVER-T.C
SKIPPY2: WA17L9GDP/XAP,ABS,-,-
1
SA
P0053
DC63-00074C
COVER-TOP
WA14H6Q3DW/XAX,ABS,N
1
SA
P0062
DC61-20225E
DOOR LID-T.C
WA14H6Q3DW/XAX,SECC,T1.0,-,
1
SA
P0062
DC64-01135A
DOOR LID-T.C
WA14H1,ABS,-,-,-,-,NEAT-WHT
1
SA
P0062
DC64-01764A
DOOR LID-T.C
WA14L4W,ABS,T2.8,-,-,-,NEAT
1
SA
P0075
DC61-20224A
HINGE-DOOR(L)
ABS,SW90K1SP
1
SA
P0079
DC62-10306A
HOSE-RINSE
EPDM,BLK,SW90K1SP
2
SNA
P0115
DC34-00001G SWITCH REED
DC5V,1.5A,L370/OKI/OR
1
SA
W0004
DC96-01165C
ASSY M. WIRE HARNESS NEW-SKIPPY,-,H+C+
1
SA
SA
P0018
DC97-10575A
ASSY LID T.C
WA14H1,-,-,-,NEAT-WHT/SEM
1
P0018
DC97-10575B
ASSY LID T.C
WA15L4,-,-,-,NEAT-WHT/SEM
1
SA
P0018
DC97-15380B
ASSY LID T.C
SKIPPY2,WA14L6W,ABS+POM+SCR
1
SA
Remark
7-3
7-2. ASSY-TUB
U0131
U0225
U0100
S0033
S0058
U0076
S0030
S0050
U0345
F0045
R0009
I0043
P0082
U0085
I0046
U0195
U0371
U0344
U0343
U0075
U0334
U0136
W0001
7-4
Location.
No
CODE-NO
DESCRIPTION
F0045
DC97-00252J
F0045
DC97-09928C ASSY-FILTER
ASSY-FILTER
HOSE-AIR
SPECIFICATION
Q’TY
WA11RAS3EG/XST,SAVOY-BLUE,-,
1
SA
Q2,SVC/2LEGS,-,-
1
SA
SNA
SA/SNA
I0043
DC62-10272A
PVC,ID4.5,-,-,L610,NTR,SEW-10
1
I0046
DC62-00092A HOSE-DRAIN
SW85ASP,EPDM,L287,BLK,H
1
SA
R0009
DC66-40167C
WA13V2QMDW/XAX,ALDC8,
1
SNA
S0030
DC97-15272A ASSY-BASKET SPIN
WA17R3(12KG),MAGIC(1)/F
1
SA
S0030
DC97-15272B ASSY-BASKET SPIN
WA15R3(10KG),MAGIC(1)/F
1
SA
S0030
DC97-05443X ASSY-BASKET SPIN
WA17XPM,DIAMOND DRUM/MA
1
SA
S0030
DC97-05443Y ASSY-BASKET SPIN
WA15X7R,DIAMOND DRUM/MA
1
SA
FLANGE-SHAFT
S0033
DC97-05763D ASSY-GUIDE W.F
WA17XPM,-,FALL-TYPE,-,-,K
1
SA
S0050
DC61-00861C GUIDE-W.F(M)
WA17XPM,PP,-,-,-,KTL GRY,M-
1
SA
S0049
DC61-00862C GUIDE-W.F(F)
WA17XPM,PP,-,-,-,KTL GRY,FA
1
SNA
S0058
DC97-00526H
ASSY-BALANCER
WA15X7R,KTL-GRY/OMEGA BALA
1
SA
S0058
DC97-01806C
ASSY-BALANCER
WA17XPM,KTL-GRY/WIDE BALAN
1
SA
U0075
DC90-11070J
ASSY-PULLEY MOTOR
SEW-100,O.P=64.25(50HZ
1
SA
U0076
DC97-06130E
ASSY-PULSATOR
TORNADO,KTM-GRY,-,-,-,-
1
SA
U0131
DC61-10670H
COVER-TUB
WA15X7R,PP(TB53),-,-,-,-,-,KTL
1
SA
U0131
DC63-00251C
COVER-TUB
WA17XPM,PP(TB53),-,-,-,-,-,KTL
1
SA
U0136
DC61-70061E
DIE-MOTOR
WA13V2QMDW/XAX,SBHG1,SEM
1
SA
U0195
DC66-30024A
LINK-DRAIN
PP,L66.5,SEW-PB10
1
SA
U0225
DC66-00349B
PULSATOR-CAP
WA12RAN3IS/YFQ,ABS,SAVOY BL
1
SA
U0085
DC97-08071D ASSY TUB OUTER
10 KG MODELS,PW70 / SEM,-
1
SA
U0334
DC31-00058B
MOTOR INDUCTIONWASHING
SEW-G100,WAS360Z
1
SNA
U0334
DC31-10026J
MOTOR INDUCTIONWASHING
PWS360WSEA,50(
1
SNA
U0343
DC66-10142A
BELT-V
STATIC,M22,SEW-60FX
1
SA
U0343
DC66-10170B
BELT-V
SEW-950,RUBBER,-,-,L541.5,-,-,M21
1
SA
U0344
DC31-20014C
MOTOR DRAIN
SWD-118,120,60,-,-,-
1
SA
U0345
DC60-50004A
NUT-SPIN
ZNDC1,M24,L14,CW
1
SA
U0371
DC61-40054C
SUPPORT-SADDLE
SBHG-A,T1.2,SEM/CKD
1
SA
W0001
DC96-00572H
ASSY-WIRE HARNESS
WA17XPM,-,SUB/PUMP/C
1
SA
P0082
DC62-10291B
HOSE-PUMP
WSLS1100A,EPDM,ID30.5,OD36.5
1
SA
P0082
DC67-00356A
HOSE-PUMP
SEM,PP,ID20.5,OD24.13,-,L1500,
1
SA
Remark
7-5
7-3. ASSY-CASE
U0061
A0086
B0044
B0072
A0282
I0039
B0073
B0070
I0040
B0012
I0040
7-6
Location.
No
CODE-NO
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
Q’TY
SA/SNA
A0086
DC64-01083C
HANDLE
POSEIDON-BIG(ASIA),PP,-,-,-,-,NEA
2
SA
A0282
DC61-10571B
COVER-BACK
SBHG1-A,-,-,-,-,-,EDGE-BEND
1
SA
B0012
DC97-00287K
ASSY-BASE
WA15X7R(X100),PUMP/10kg/LOW
1
SA
B0012
DC97-00287L
ASSY-BASE
WA17XPM(X100),PUMP/12kg/HIGH
1
SA
B0044
DC61-50164B
LEG-LEVER
POSEIDON-MAX,PP,-,KT GRY,-,-
2
SA
B0070
DC91-11795D
ASSY-LEG
SEW-D107,RUBBER-LEG+ADJUST
2
SA
B0072
DC61-30330B
BASE
WA15X7R,PP, KT GRY,10kg/LOW/PU
1
SA
B0072
DC61-30333B
BASE
WA17XPM,PP, KT GRY,12kg/HIGH/P
1
SA
B0073
DC61-50166A
LEG-RUBBER
BUTYL,10/12KG,D41(FRONT)
2
SNA
B0073
DC61-50167A
LEG-RUBBER
BUTYL,10KG/12KG,D29(BACK)
2
SA
I0003
DC62-10289B
HOSE-WATER(C)
WIP4013SRW,PVC+NYLON,ID10.
1
SA
I0039
DC97-00139Z
ASSY-HOSE DRAIN(O)
SEM-MODELS,SEM,PUMP-T
1
SA
U0061
DC97-05280C
ASSY-DAMPER
GENERAL,FRONT/SPRING_DAMPER
2
SA
GENERAL,REAR/SPRING_DAMPER,-
2
SA
U0061
7-7
DC97-05280D
ASSY-DAMPER
Remark
8. PARTS LIST (SA)
-You can search for updated part codes through ITSELF web site.
URL : http://itself.sec.samsung.co.kr/
Location.
No
CODE-NO
J0013
DC96-01113A
ASSY-PUMP DRAIN
J0013
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
Q’TY
SA/SNA
WA17R3Q3AW/YCX,-,-,110-1
1
SA
DC96-01113G ASSY-PUMP DRAIN
WA17R3Q3DW/XAX,-,-,110-1
1
SA
P0010
DC97-07779G ASSY-SEMI COVER TOP
WA17L9/NEW SKIPPY,
1
SNA
P0010
DC97-07779L
ASSY-SEMI COVER TOP
SKIPPY2,GLASS DOOR M
1
SNA
P0036
DC67-00080J
CAP-RINSE
SEW-3G100A,ABS,PEACOCK/G
1
SA
P0148
DC61-60384A
GUIDE-WATER
SEW-V12,SHV-945EG1(KEC),
1
SNA
R0160
DC61-70029A
SPRING-CLIP
HSWR67,-,ID7.5,OD9.9,-,-,-
1
SA
S0040
DC61-00974C
BASKET-BOWL
WA17XPM,PP,-,-,KTL GRY,-
1
SNA
U0161
DC61-01151A
GUIDE-WIRE
SEW-3G100A,ABS(5VA),-,-,-,-,P
1
SA
U0342
DC75-00010F
CONDENSER-M.F
UP25B456JSF,-,-,-,-,W35,L1
1
SA
U0342
DC75-00010H CONDENSER-M.F
UP25B606JSF,-,-,-,-,W35,L1
1
SA
U0358
DC97-04458C
ASSY-SCREW
SEW-3G100A,-,-,D_TYPE/L20/N
4
SNA
U0358
DC91-11258U
ASSY-SCREW
MOTOR(COAT,-,M8*30FE/FZY(
4
SNA
W0002
DC96-00038B
ASSY POWER CORD
125V/10A,W752P,1500
1
SA
W0002
DC90-10079A
ASSY POWER CORD
EP2,125V/12A,-,1500
1
SA
Remark
8-1
Memo
8-2
9. BLOCK DIAGRAM
9-1
Memo
9-2
10. WIRING DIAGRAM
10-1
Memo
10-2
11. PCB DIAGRAM
11-1. MAIN PCB
Item
Part Name
Description
1
Motor Driving System
Controls the CW & CCW motor operation.
2
Power Relay
Supplies/disconnects power when the power is turned on/off.
3
Display System
Displays the function of the operation.
4
Key input System
Activates operations depending on the user’s keystroke.
5
LVT
Supplies power.
6
Valve Driving System
Controls the operation (On/Off) of the valve.
11-1
11-2. Connector & Relay Terminals Description
CN1 Component
Connected to Motor MR
CN3 Component
Connected to Motor ML
CN2 Component
1. Connected to hot valve (H/W)
3. Connected to rinse valve (RINSE)
4/5. Connected to drain motor (DRAIN)
6. Connected to cold valve (COLD)
11-2
CN6 Component
1. Connected to water level senser (WL_1)
2. Connected to door checker (DOOR UNB)
3. Connected to water level senser (WL)
4. Connected to the ground (GND)
5. Connected to 5V (5V)
CN5 Component
1. Connected to AC power
2. Connected to AC common
CN4 Component
Connected to AC power
12. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
* This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization.
12-1
Memo
12-2
13. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS
13-1. OVERALL SYSTEM DIAGRAM
13-2. AC INPUT & POWER CIRCUIT
Description
Generates and supplies 12V or 5V, required respectively for the AC power supply or disconnection.
Operation
- The AC Power 120V (or 220-240V used at any country) applied to the primary transistor will be transformed into
AC12V for the secondary transistor.
- The AC 12V is converted into DC 12V by D2~ D5.
- DC 12V is transformed into DC 5V on 7805.
13-1
13-3. DRIVING SYSTEM CIRCUIT
Description
Controls all driving components (Valve, Drain motor, etc) by turning on/off the TRIAC of each system.
Operation
- MICOM outputs a high signal of 5V on pins #1~7 of IC3.
- Then pins #10~16 of IC3 will be grounded (0V).
- Once pins #10~16 of IC3 are grounded, TRIAC 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 turn on due to the electric potential difference to the
12V.
- Power is applied to the electric components (MOTOR, VALVE, and DRAIN MOTOR) connected to CN9 and the operation
starts.
- If PWM signal is applied to the BASE of TR3, BZ1 starts to operate due to the electric potential difference between the
12V and DGND. The operating sound of BZ1 changes according as the DUTY of PWM changes.
13-2
13-4. SENSOR CIRCUIT
Description
Receives signals from each electric components and controls the operation.
Operation
- The water level sensor is connected to W/L, W/L-1 of CN6.
- Certain bands of the frquency from the water level sensor is input to IC2, depending on the water level.
- The water level frequency, through IC2, is transformed into a square wave before being input to MICOM 23.
- Door magnetic senser is installed at the top cover to check if the door is open : If the door is closed, 0V is applied to
pins # 14 and 15 on MICOM and 5V to a open door.
13-3
Memo
13-4
14. REFERENCE INFORMATION
14-1. TERMINOLOGY
1) ASSY-MAIN PCB (Imbalance Sensor)
→To prevent the laundry from gathering on one side of the tube causing noise and vibration, the
washing machine uses an imbalance detection device that evenly disentangles the laundry before the hydrating cycle starts.
2) DOOR-LOCK S/W
→Prevents the door from being opened while a cycle is in progress. For safety purposes, it keeps the door locked even in pause mode or after the washing cycle unless the water level frequency is greater than 24.8Khz (anti-overflow level) or the inside-tube temperature is less than 65℃ in the hydrating cycle, and 55℃ in the washing cycle.
3) SENSOR-PRESSURE (Anti Over-Flow)
→When the water supplied is more than 2/3 of the tube capacity due to a malfunction of the
water supply valve, this device automatically starts water-draining and displays “OVER-
FLOW ERROR(E3)” on the LED.
4) THERMISTOR
→Keeps sensoring and controlling the temperature inside the tube to keep it below your settings.
5) ASSY-THERMAL FUSE (Anti Over-Heat)
→When the washing heater is overheated due to an error in the thermistor or any other
malfunction, the assy-thermal fuse (built in the heater) is automatically activated to discon
nect the power for your and the product’s safety.
6) ASSY-MAIN PCB (Sensitive Laundry Protection)
→To avoid any damage to sensitive laundry, the tube temperature is detected and “ERROR(E8)” is displayed on the LED for Wool or Lingerie courses when the temperature is over 50℃.
7) THERMOSTAT (Anti Over-Heat)
→When the heater (drier) overheats from an error in the thermistor or any other malfunction, the
thermostat (installed on the drying duct) is automatically activated to disconnect the power for
your or product’s safety
8) CHILD LOCK
→Prevents children from playing with the washing machine.
9) PRE-WASH
→The machine does a preliminary wash of about 10 minutes prior to the main wash. This is
particularly effective for cleaning badly stained laundry.
10) WEIGHT SENSOR
→The tube automatically rotates when no water is supplied to detect the laundry weight so that
the proper wash time can be determined. (Standard, Boiling, Economy Boil and Dirt courses and Toweling and Drying cycles)
14-1
14-2. FABRIC CARE CHART
Can be ironed at 100˚C max
Resistant material
Delicate fabric
Item may be washed at 95˚C
Item may be washed at 60˚C
Do not iron
Can be dry cleaned using any solvent
Dry clean with perchloride, lighter
fuel, pure alcohol or R113 only
Item may be washed at 40˚C
Dry clean with aviation fuel, pure
alcohol or R113 only
Item may be washed at 30˚C
Do not dry clean
Item may be hand washed
Dry flat
Dry clean only
Can be bleached in cold water
Do not bleach
Can be hung to dry
Dry on clothes hanger
Tumble dry, normal heat
Can be ironed at 200˚C max
Tumble dry, reduced heat
Can be ironed at 150˚C max
Do not tumble dry
14-3. ELECTRICAL WARNINGS
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, and other injuries, keep these safety precautions in mind:
- Operate the appliance only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label.
If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power
company.
- Use only a grounded or polarized outlet. For your safety, this appliance is equipped with a polarized alter
nating current line plug having one blade wider than the other.
This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug still doesn’t fit, contact your electrician to replace your outlet.
- Protect the power cord. Power supply cords should be routed so that they are unlikely to be walked on or
pinched by items placed on or against them. Pay particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience re
ceptacles, and the point where they exit from the unit.
- Do not overload the wall outlet or extension cords. Overloading can result in fire or electric shock.
14-2
14-4. Q & A
Q1. What are the main features of this product?
- RUST-PROOF FIBER BODY
Made of durable material with rust-proof fiber body, it can endure humidity for an extended time.
-TRANSPARENT WINDOW
This Transparent Window is the new concept to solve the curiosity of users to see inside of
washing machine while operation. While operation, the laundry progress inside of washing machine
can be checked by looking through the transparent window.
-TORNADO PULSATOR
The Pulsator helps water and detergent to go through fabrics efficiently
powerful water action to clean larger and heavier clothes and
while providing both the
the gentle water action to clean
all delicates with less wear and tear on clothes.
-MAGIC FILTER
This unique magic Filter ensures that all the lint inside the tub is captured for top quality filtering
results to deliver consistently effective cleaning results.
- CAS SYSTEM (i control system)
- Child Lock Function
This is a device to protect children from being accidentally hurt while playing with the washer.
- Auto Restart
The power is turned on automatically after power failure.
- Saving Energy
The Eco+ course, it is a wash course to saving the energy reduces laundry time for frequent and
soiled clothes.
- SUPER CLEAN
Use for clean washing.¥ Water is supplied to moderate level and then five times more while
washing.
Q2. What is the function of the “Wash+” button?
It is available when the option “Wash+Rinse+Spin” is selected. It will add another five minutes to
the original washing time.
Q3. What is the maximum number of rinses allowed?
Maximum of 5.
Q4. What is the function of the cas system?
-CAS SYSTEM (i control system)
- Child Lock Function
- Auto Restart
The power is turned on automatically after power failure.
- Saving Energy
The Eco+ course, it is a wash course to saving the energy reduces laundry time for frequent and
soiled clothes.
Q5. What is the function of the super clean?
- SUPER CLEAN
- Use for clean washing.
- Water is supplied to moderate level and then five times more while washing.
14-3
Q6. What is the child lock?
Child-Lock function
This is a device to protect children from being accidentally hurt while playing with the washer.
- How to start the Child-Lock function:
- Press the “Power” button to go to an initial washing mode.
- By pressing “Start/Hold” button, you start washing and in case Child Lock function is needed
during the laundry
- Press both the “Water level” and “Function” buttons at the same times.
(Note: You cannot perform the function without the “Power” button on.)
- In the event that you would like to modify the Child-Lock function, “L” signal flashes in the “signal
window showing the rest of the set time” every two seconds, which means it is locked and
indicates how much time is left until the function is released.
- To release the function of Child-Lock:
- In case the “Child-Lock” is programmed, press both the “Function” and “Water level” buttons at the
same time.
Q7. Is spinning duration selectable?
Spinning duration is set in minutes. From one to seven minutes, customers are free to select the
duration most suited for the washing according to type and weight.
Q8. What is the limit for setting delay start time for the “Delay Start” duration?
Delay start time is set in hours. The choice is in the range of 3 to 18 hours.
Q9. Is there an inlet for bleaching agent and rinsing agent?
Yes.
- The Softener Dispenser releases the fabric softener at the appropriate time when
the last rinsing proceeds.
Q10. What kind of filter is used in this product?
This product uses the Magic filter.
- This unique magic Filter ensures that all the lint inside the tub is captured for top quality filtering
results to deliver consistently effective cleaning results.
14-4
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Any unauthorized use of Manual can be punished under applicable International and/or domestic law.
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