Version 1.0
2009.06.26
Service Guide
Washing Machine
Asko WL6532 XXL
CONTENTS
" What is Drum Washing Machine? ...........................................................3
" Washer Specification . ..............................................................................6
" Operating Mechanism Diagram ..............................................................7
" Parts List By ASS’Y ..................................................................................8
" Control Part Function Spec ...................................................................20
" Detailed Spec, Principles and Breakdown Diagnosis/ Service
of Electronic part. ...................................................................................45
" Wiring Diagram.......................................................................................62
" Installation ..............................................................................................63
" Reversing the door .................................................................................65
" Dismantling method per washer ass’y ..................................................67
2
" What is Drum Washing Machine?
1. Drum Washing Machine
Water consumption is reduced by using the power of the laundry falling (free-fall) created when rotating
the drum resembling a sieve net. With temperature control system, this drum washing machine saves
energy and improves washing performance at the same time.
2. Key Features
" Simultaneous supply of cold#hot water
As cold and hot water is supplied at the same time, heating time and energy is saved.
" DD inverter motor
The direct-drive type, of which motor is directly connected to drum without an interim clutch,
significantly reduces noise and vibration.
" Heating device is installed to enable boiling of the laundry.
" Large door creates grand appearance and makes it easy to put in and out the laundry.
" For pump drainage, the powerful pump speeds up drainage process.
3
3. Power System
The
Laundry
Turbo
Drum
BLDC Motor
Drainage Motor
#DD Control: Direct drive type of direct connection between drum and motor
#Rotation by powerful high-performance BLDC motor
#Pump drainage type for built-in installation
4
rum Wa
4. Major Functions
$ Washing
When rotating drum after putting in the laundry and detergent into the drum, the laundry are rotated by
protrusions (lifters) attached inside the drum.
Washing is carried out with bending and impact actions generated by falling of the laundry to the top
part of drum.
% Rinsing
Rinsing cleanly washes out detergent and dirt removed from the laundry after washing cycle.
& Spin-drying
Weak, standard and strong cycles can be selected according to types of fabrics to be washed. Spindrying is carried out by rotation (the centrifugal force) of drum according to the designated speed.
' Drainage
Pump Drainage: Powerful pump for built-in installation and application of filter to remove foreign
substances
5
" Washer Specification
1. Product Specification
External Measurements (inches)
27"(width) x 31.8"(depth) x 40.1"(height)
Weight
198.4lbm
Rated Supply Power
Rated Consumption Power
120V 60Hz
Washing
200W (1100W during heating)
Washing Method
Drum type
Water Pressure
Water Pressure 29kPa ~ 784kPa(0.3kgf/kg~8kgf/kg)
6
" Operating Mechanism Diagram
4. WATER SUPPLY PART
• Cold Water: 3 holes
Cold water, pre-washing
• Hot Water: 1 hole
• Water supply box, hose
Electricity Input
Noise Filter
Water
Supply
Program
1. CONTROL PART
• Main PCB
• Front PCB
• Harness
• Noise filter
• Power Cord: 15A
Delergent
Container
Thermister
Drum
Door
BLDC
Motor
2. DRIVING PART
• BLDC motor
• Drum
• Bearing
• Spider/ shaft
• Tub
• Weight balancer
Door
Switch
5. DOOR
• Door lock S/W
• Lock hinge
• Door AS: Glass
• Gasket
Drainage
Pump
Washing
Heater
Thermister
7. SUPPORTER
• Base
• Damper AS: 4
• Spring: 2
6. DRAINAGE PART
• Drainage pump
• Valve housing
• Hose
7
3. HEATING PART
• Water Heater: 1000W
• Washing temperature
sensor
" PARTS LIST BY ASS’Y
1. CABINET AS
C12
C07
C07a
C09
C19
C11
C20
C15
C03
C17
C05
C04
C14
C06
C01
C10
C20
C15
C07
C07a
C13
C16
C02
C13-1
8
No.
-
Part Name
CABINET SUB AS
Part Code
Qtt'y
Specification
3610811950
1
13KG, PUMP, WHITE
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
3610811955
1
13KG, PUMP, PLATINUM
WL6532 XXLPP
3610811956
1
13KG, PUMP, ROSE RED
WL6532 XXLRR
3610811957
1
13KG, PUMP, BLACK
WL6532 XXLBB
• 1PIECE SVC PART
C01
CABINET
3610811740
1
SGCC 0.8T PUMP WASHER
C02
FRAME LOWER
3612206700
1
SBHG 1.2T
C03
FRAME TOP L
3612206500
1
SGCC 1.6T
C04
FRAME TOP R
3612206600
1
SGCC 1.6T
C05
FRAME UPPER
3612208200
1
SGCC 1.2T
-
SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
6
T2S TRS 4 x 14 MFZN
C06
STOPPER SPRING
3615202200
2
POM
C07
FIXTURE PLATE
3612008000
8
POM
C08
SCREW TAPPING
7121401211
8
T2S PAN 4 x 12 MFZN
C09
NOZZLE AIR
3618103110
1
PP
C10
HANDLE CABINET
3612608100
2
PP
C11
COVER BACK AS
3611425530
1
COVER B + PAD + LABEL
-
SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
4
T2S TRS 4 x 14 MFZN
SENSOR PRESSURE
3614825220
1
DWD-130RP
SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
2
T2S TRS 4 x 14 MFZN
UNIT DRAIN PUMP AS
36189L5600
1
UL.PLASET + HANYU AS 80W
C12
C13
C13-1 FILTER PUMP
3611910200
1
HANYU FILTER
C13-2 DRAIN PUMP
36196TAP00
1
UL.LOW,80W.20L.1.4A
C13-3 RING O
C14
3614604110
1
D=54,T=2.6
SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
2
T2S TRS 4 x 14 MFZN
HOSE DRAIN I
3613271300
1
ST+EL, 1010MM
-
ABSORBER HOSE DRAIN
3610115600
1
T10, 60 x 130
-
CLAMP HOSE
3611203900
2
SK5 D=26
C15
HOSE WATER REMAIN
3613272210
1
EPDM, UL 3T Round Bending
C16
CAP WATER REMAIN
3610916800
1
PP
C17
CUFF DRAIN HOSE
3616802600
1
PP, PUMP
C18
HOSE SIPHON
3613272210
1
EPDM, UL 3T L=270
-
SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
1
T2S TRS 4 x 14 MFZN
C19
PCB INVERTER AS
PRPSSWAD19
1
ASKO 13K Washer Pair main
C20
COVER PCB M
3611427700
1
UL,ABS VE-0856, MAIN PCB
C21
Remark
=> CABINET SUB AS
Fix Frame Upper to Cabinet
Fix Cober Back to Cabinet
Fix Sensor Pressure to Cabinet
Fix Drain Pump to Frame Lower
Fix Drain I
Fix Drain Hose to Cabinet
HARNESS AS
3612796T00
1
UL, 13K Washer, Non-bubble
-
SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
1
T2S TRS 4 x 14 MFZN
Fix PCB Main to Cabinet
-
LOCK HARNESS M
3613802300
6
M Type(18 x 18), Nylon66
Cabinet rear
-
LOCK HARNESS
3613802100
2
DASTL-20NA
Frame Top right
-
LABEL WIRING UL
3613557100
1
UL Only, Wiring diagram+Warning
English&French
-
SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
1
T2S TRS 4 x 14 MFZN
Fix Cabinet F to Frame Lower
9
rum Wa
2. BASE U ASS'Y
B06
B02
B01
B03
B04
B05
No.
Part Name
Part Code
Qtt'y
Specification
Remark
B01
REACTOR
52G043A110
1
RT-047K L=150
B02
BASE U
3610392700
1
PP
B03
SUPPORTER LEG
3615303600
4
PO+Coating 3.0T
B04
FIXTURE LEG
3612006400
4
ABS, DWD-100DR
B05
FOOT AS
3612100700
4
Foot+Special bolt, Double insert type Hybra-Nylon66
B06
PROTECTOR HEATER
3618304600
1
SECC 0.35T
-
SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
4
T2S TRS 4x14 MFZN
Fix Protector Heater to Base U
-
SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
20
T2S TRS 4x14 MFZN
Fix Base U to Cabinet
10
3. SUPPORT DRUM REAR ASS'Y
D06
T06
T05
D04
D05
T04
T01
T08
D02
T03
D03
D01
T09
T11
T12
T07
T10
T22
T20
T23
T27
T24 T26
T29
T21
T15
T28
T18
T25
T17
T16
T19
T13
T14
11
T30
rum Wa
No.
Part Name
Part Code
Qtt'y
Specification
T01
SPECIAL SCREW
3616029400
8
SWCH 8.5 x 30
T02
BALANCER WEIGHT AS(L)
3616110100
1
13kg DRUM
BALANCER WEIGHT AS(R)
3616110200
1
13kg DRUM
T03
GASKET AS
3612322000
1
EPDM, Wash-only, Nozzle shower
T04
NOZZLE SHOWER
3618104000
1
PP
T05
CLAMP GASKET AS
3611205300
1
Gasket, 13kg Drum
T06
TUB FRONT
3618828Y00
1
FRPP, 13kg Drum
T07
SPECIAL SCREW(TUB)
3616029800
15
SWCH 6.5 x 30
T08
SPRING SUSPENSION
3615114800
2
13kg DRUM
T09
FIXTURE HEATER
3612006700
1
STS 430
T10
DAMPER FRICTION
361A700300
2
AWECO, HP3 60N/9MM BUFFER 4,0
Remark
Fix Balancer W. to Tub F
Fix Tub F & R
Tub F & R right
T11
DAMPER FRICTION
361A700110
2
70N AKS ST=170-260 DL=197.5 LOW NOISE
Tub F & R left
T12
DAMPER PIN
361A700200
8
AKS D=14.5
Tub & Base U
T13
HOSE DRAIN
3613269000
1
EPDM,PUMP
T14
CLAMP HOSE
3611203410
2
SK5, D=33
T15
HOSE AIR PRESSURE
3613270600
1
ID=4,OD=8,L=1000MM
T16
HOSE AIR TRAP
3613269700
1
EPDM, 13kg Drum
T17
CLAMP HOSE
3611204700
2
D26
T18
AIR TRAP
361A500101
1
PP
T19
DRAIN HOUSING I
36196TAM00
1
PP,PUMP
T20
TUB REAR AS
36100E2W00
1
DWD-WD113*, DWD-WD123*
T21
GASKET TUB
3612322100
1
EPDM FORM, 13KG DRUM
T22
HOSE AIR
3613266300
1
EPDM, DWD-100DR
T23
CLAMP HOSE
3611203400
2
SK5, MFZN,D=35
T24
UNIT STATOR BLDC
36189L4840
1
30T,36SLOT,2SENSOR,WS2A30G011
T25
BLDC HALL IC
3626D01002
1
STATOR PCB HOLDER AS(SVC)
T26
BRACKET HOUSING
3610609700
1
GI 2.3T
T27
SPECIAL BOLT AS
3616063400
6
SWCH M8+SILOCK, 58MM
T28
UNIT ROTOR BLDC
36189L4900
1
MAGNET24,SERRATION,WR1238F001
T29
SPECIAL BOLT AS
3616029600
1
SWCH 10*30,F/L BOLT S.P/W SEAL LOCK
T30
HEATER WASH
3612801740
1
UL.120V1.0KW6.7W/SQ.SUS.1R3A515003.L/W.
D01
DRUM SUB AS
3617008X10
1
SUS, 13kg
D02
SPIDER AS
361A300600
1
13kg, ALDC+S45C
1 PIECE SVC PART
1 PIECE SVC PART
Fix Stator & Tub R
1 PIECE SVC PART
D03
SPECIAL SCREW(SPIDER)
3616029500
6
STS 430, 8 x 25
D04
LIFTER BODY
361A400700
3
PP, 13kg Drum
WL6511XXL
D05
CAP FILTER
3610917310
3
ABS, NON-NANO, 13kg
1 PIECE SVC PART
FILTER
3611908410
3
ABS, NON-NANO, 13kg
WL6511XXL
D06
FILTER NET
3611908500
3
SUS, FILTER
LIFTER WASH
361A401400
3
NON-NANO, 1 PIECE TWIST
12
WL6532 XXL
4. INLET BOX AS
No.
Part Name
Part Code
Qtt'y
Specification
Remark
I01
INLETBOX
3617510800
1
PP
I02
NOZZLE AS
3618104800
1
Top+Under
I03
HOSE INLET
3613270300
1
EPDM
I04
CLAMP AS
3611203200
2
ID=60, WIRE+GUIDE+BOLT+NUT
I05
HOSE WATER SUPPLY
3613270920
1
EPDM ID=9.5 OD=15.5 L=410mm
I06
HOSE WATER SUPPLY
3613270920
1
EPDM ID=9.5 OD=15.5 L=380mm
I07
HOSE WATER SUPPLY
3613270920
2
EPDM ID=9.5 OD=15.5 L=230mm
I08
HOSE WATER SUPPLY
3613270920
1
EPDM ID=9.5 OD=15.5 L=530mm
I09
PIPE JOINT HOSE INLET
3614413300
1
PP
I10
HOSE SHOWER
3613270130
1
EPDM ID=8.5 L=550mm
I11
CLAMP HOSE
3611205810
1
D-WD113'S ID14.3 W10 0.9T WH
I12
VALVE INLET
3615416700
1
UL.120V60HZ.BITRON.1WAY
HOT
I13
VALVE INLET
3615416930
1
UL.120V60HZ.BITRON.3WAY
COLD
-
SCREW TAPPING
7002400811
4
TRS 4X8 MFZN
Fix Valve Inlet to Cabinet
-
SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
1
T2S TRS 4X14 MFZN
Fix Inletbox to Frame T(Side)
13
5. CABINET FRONT ASS'Y
F20
F01
F19
F21
F03
F02
F04
F12
F09
F10
F22
F23
F18
F05
F06
F07
F16
F13
F08
F11
F15
F17
F14
14
No.
Part Name
F01
CABINET F SUB AS
Part Code
Qtt'y
Specification
Remark
3610811310
1
13KG, PUMP, WHITE
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
3610811321
1
13KG, PUMP, PLATINUM
WL6532 XXLPP
3610811322
1
13KG, PUMP, ROSE RED
WL6532 XXLRR
3610811324
1
13KG, PUMP, BLACK
WL6532 XXLBB
F02
SUPPORTER HINGE
3615304001
1
SGCC 1.2T
F03
LABEL SAFETY R
3613555800
1
PET, DOOR SAFETY,UL
WL6532 XXLW, XXLPP, XXLRR
1
PET, DOOR SAFETY,UL, RH
XXLW RH
F04
LABEL WARNING
3613558500
1
PET,SILVER,DOOR WARNING,UL
WL6532 XXLW, XXLPP, XXLRR
1
PET, DOOR WARNING,UL, RH
XXLW RH
F05
FRAME DOOR IN
3612206800
1
PP(Heat resisting)
F06
STOPPER DOOR
3615202300
1
PP(Heat resisting)
F07
DOOR GLASS
361A110600
1
GLASS
F08
PROTECTOR GLASS
3618304300
1
ABS(Transparent)
F09
HINGE DOOR
3612902910
1
ALDC, WHITE
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
3612902900
1
ALDC, GRAY
WL6532 XXLPP,XXLRR,XXLBB
F10
CAP HINGE DOOR
3610916500
4
POM
F11
FRAME DOOR OUT
3612206910
1
13K WASHER,ALDC
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
3612206900
1
13K WASHER,ALDC
WL6532 XXLPP,XXLRR,XXLBB
F12
SCREW TAPPING
7115402029
16
T1S FLT 4*20 STS430 NATURAL
F13
COVER HANDLE
3611426720
1
ABS, SPRAY_BASE
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
3611426700
1
ABS
WL6532 XXLPP,XXLRR,XXLBB
F14
HANDLE DOOR
3612609000
1
ABS
F15
HOOK DOOR
3613100800
1
ZNDC
F16
SPRING HOOK
3615113700
2
SUS ID=4.3,NI=7,D=(0.9
F17
PIN HANDLE
3618200100
1
SUS, D3.0
F18
SCREW TAPPING
3616051229
4
STS430 F/L BOLT(SE) 5*12
F19
SWITCH DOOR LOCK
3619046410
1
DF F11 110 125V 16A PTC-SOLENOID
F20
SCREW TAPPING
7122401608
2
T2S TRS 4 x 16 SUS 430
For fixing Door S/W to Cabinet F
F21
SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
4
T2S TRS 4 x 14 MFZN
For fixing Cabinet F to Cabinet
F22
CASE PUMP
3611141400
1
PP
F23
COVER PUMP
3611426800
1
ABS, WHITE
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
1
ABS, PLATINUM
WL6532 XXLPP
1
ABS, RED
WL6532 XXLRR
1
ABS,BLACK
WL6532 XXLBB
15
6. PANEL F ASS'Y
16
No.
Part Name
Part Code
Qtt'y
Specification
Remark
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
7
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
ABS, WASHER(ASKO), WHITE
ABS, WASHER(ASKO), PLATINUM
ABS, WASHER(ASKO), RED
ABS, WASHER(ASKO), BLACK
ABS, WHITE
ABS, PLATINUM
ABS, RED
ABS, WASHER(ASKO), BLACK
ABS(Transparent) + Film, WHITE
ABS(Transparent) + Film, PLATINUM
ABS(Transparent) + Film, RED
ABS, WASHER(ASKO), BLACK
ABS, WHITE
ABS, PLATINUM
ABS, RED
ABS, WASHER(ASKO), BLACK
ABS, WHITE
ABS, PLATINUM
ABS, RED
ABS, WASHER(ASKO), BLACK
ABS(Transparent) + Film, WHITE
ABS(Transparent) + Film, PLATINUM
ABS(Transparent) + Film, RED
ABS, WASHER(ASKO), BLACK
ABS, WHITE
ABS, PLATINUM
ABS, RED
ABS, WASHER(ASKO), BLACK
ABS, WHITE
ABS, PLATINUM
ABS, RED
ABS, WASHER(ASKO), BLACK
ABS, WHITE
ABS, PLATINUM
ABS, RED
ABS, WASHER(ASKO), BLACK
ABS(Transparent)
ABS
ABS
ASKO Washer Front PCB As
ABS
T2S TRS 4x18 STS
T2S TRS 4x12 MFZN
ABS, Silk print, WHITE
ABS, Silk print, PLATINUM
ABS, Silk print, RED
ABS, WASHER(ASKO), BLACK
ABS, WHITE
ABS, PLATINUM
ABS, RED
ABS, WASHER(ASKO), BLACK
PP
PP
PP
PP
PP
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
WL6532 XXLPP
WL6532 XXLRR
WL6532XXLBB
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
WL6532 XXLPP
WL6532 XXLRR
WL6532XXLBB
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
WL6532 XXLPP
WL6532 XXLRR
WL6532XXLBB
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
WL6532 XXLPP
WL6532 XXLRR
WL6532XXLBB
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
WL6532 XXLPP
WL6532 XXLRR
WL6532XXLBB
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
WL6532 XXLPP
WL6532 XXLRR
WL6532XXLBB
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
WL6532 XXLPP
WL6532 XXLRR
WL6532XXLBB
1 PIECE SVC PART
P01
PANEL F
3614288800
P02
BUTTON POWER
3616637800
P03
WINDOW COURSE
3615506300
P04
BUTTON START
3616637900
P05
BUTTON OPTION
3616638100
P06
WINDOW DISPLAY
3615506400
P07
BUTTON FUNCTION
3616638000
P08
DIAL KNOB OUTER
3616638200
P09
DIAL KNOB INNER
3616638300
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
LED COURSE
HOLDER COURSE
HOLDER FUNCTION
PCB AS
CASE PCB FRONT
SCREW TAPPING
SCREW TAPPING
CASE HANDLE
3613054700
3613054500
3613054600
PRPSSWAD29
3611147600
7122401829
7122401411
3611147700
P16
HANDLE CAP
3612611400
P17
P18
P19
P20
P21
CASE DETERGENT
CAP SOFTENER
CAP BLEACH
CAP LIQUID
CASE LIQUID
3611145600
3610917800
3610917900
3610918000
3611145700
17
For fixing Panel F to Frame Upper
For fixing PCB AS to Panel F
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
WL6532 XXLPP
WL6532 XXLRR
WL6532XXLBB
WL6532 XXLW, XXLW RH
WL6532 XXLPP
WL6532 XXLRR
WL6532XXLBB
7. PLATE T ASS'Y
T02
T01
T03
No.
T01
T02
Part Name
Part Code
Qtt'y
Specification
PLATE TOP AS
PRMACA3R00
1
SECD 1.2T + SPRAY
HANDLE REAR
3615304100
2
ABS
7122401411
4
T2S TRS 4x14 MFZN
(PLATE SUPPOTER)
-
SCREW TAPPING
18
Remark
rum Wa
8. ACCESSORY
A01
No. Part Name
A01 HOSE DRAIN O AS
A02
Part Code
A03
Qt'y
Specifications
A04
Color
Cost in USD($)
A05
Remarks
3613268500
1
DWD-800W, L=1,500
NA
3612502300
1
PP
NA
A02 HOSE INLET AS
3613271500
1
REFLEX, PVC 1.3M
NA
Cold
HOSE INLET AS
3613271510
1
REFLEX, PVC 1.3M
NA
Hot
A03 UNIT SVC WRENCH
36189L3X00
1
PO+Coating, 2.3T DWD-110RP
NA
A04 MANUAL OWNERS
4589A61600
1
ASKO Manual
NA
A05 CAP HOLDER
3610916400
4
PP, DWD-10RP
White
GUIDE DRAIN HOSE
19
English & French
" Control Part Function Spec
1. SEQUENCE CHART
Classification
Processing Time
Everyday
W
a
s
h
W
a
s
h
R
i
n
s
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S
p
i
n
End
Sensing
Water Supply
Pre-Wash
Drain
Balancing Spin
Middle Spin
Sensing
Water Supply
"Main-Wash 1
(Heating)"
Drain
Balancing Spin
Middle Spin
Water Supply
Rinse 1
Drain
Balancing Spin
Middle Spin
Water Supply
Rinse 2
Drain
Balancing Spin
Middle Spin
Water Supply
Rinse 3
Drain
Balancing Spin
Spin
10sec
2min
10min
8min
1min
2min
3min
20sec
2min
50min
45min
30min
25min
15min
1min
2min
3min
2min
4min
1min
2min
3min
2min
4min
1min
2min
3min
2min
4min
1min
2min
9min
7min
6min
60sec
10sec
Sanitary
Bulky
Small
P
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Towel
Low
Small
Low
Small
Synthetic
Low
98min 102min
27min
18min
22min 16min
17min
20min
Clothes Release
End
Remain Time Display
55
59
53
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NOTE
1. Normal : W/C + Wash + Soil Normal + Rinse 2 + Medium Spin
2. Cotton : W/C + Wash + Soil Normal + Rinse 2 + Ex.High Spin
3. Sanitary : E.H/C + Wash + Soil Normal + Rinse 2 + Medium Spin
4. Bulky : C/C + Wash + Soil Normal + Rinse 2 + Medium Spin
5. White : W/C + Wash + Soil Normal + Rinse 2 + Medium Spin
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1:04
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Classification
P
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W
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W
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R
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S
p
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End
Sensing
Water Supply
Pre-Wash
Drain
Balancing Spin
Middle Spin
Sensing
Water Supply
"Main-Wash 1
(Heating)"
Drain
Balancing Spin
Middle Spin
Water Supply
Rinse 1
Drain
Balancing Spin
Middle Spin
Water Supply
Rinse 2
Drain
Balancing Spin
Middle Spin
Water Supply
Rinse 3
Drain
Balancing Spin
Spin
Processing Time
10sec
2min
10min
8min
1min
2min
3min
20sec
2min
50min
45min
30min
25min
15min
1min
2min
3min
2min
4min
1min
2min
3min
2min
4min
1min
2min
3min
2min
4min
1min
2min
9min
7min
5min
60sec
10sec
Heavily
Silk
Wool
White
Quick
35min
22min
8min
6min
Clothes Release
End
Remain Time Display
1:12
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1. Heavy Duty : W/C + Wash + Soil Heavy + Rinse 2 + Medium Spin
2. Delicate : C/C + Wash + Soil Normal + Rinse 1 + Low Spin
3. Wool : C/C + Wash + Soil Light + Rinse 1 + Low Spin
4. Perm Press : W/C + Wash + Soil Normal + Rinse 2 + Low Spin
5. Speed Wash : C/C + Wash + Soil Light + Rinse 1 + Low Spin
6. Drum-Cleaning : C/C + Wash + Soil Light + Rinse 2 + Low Spin
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2. Composition per Function
2-1. Water Supply
1) Water Temperature Selection
Water supply algorithm differs according to water temperature selected among 5 levels.
In other temperatures, with the exception of cold water, constant temperature control is executed.
Cold water and hot water operation is carried out in turn according to the target temperature.
Water Temp.
Target Temp.
Target 1
Target 2
Extra Hot
67)
67)
70)
Hot
35)
34)
36)
Warm*
30)
29)
31)
Warm
30)
29)
31)
Cold
-
-
-
2) For Cold, valve operation does not change according to temperature and only the time unit of
cold on for 7sec and off for 9sec is set to supply cold water per each unit of 16sec.
3) How to Insert Bleach
- During Washing
Operation for 12sec after 3-minute washing in Wool, Silk and Quick wash courses
Operation for 12sec after 5-minute washing in Towel course
Operation for 12sec after 9-minute washing in other courses
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2-2. Drainage
1) Pump Operation - Washing cycle
$ Before Drainage Completion: Pump continuously on
% Spin-drying Cycle after Drainage Completion
: On for 18sec and off for 3sec
2-3. Sensor Detection
1) Water Level Sensor Data
Classification
Height
Frequency
(mm)
(KHz)
Spec. Small
130
24.62
Spec. Low
130
24.62
Washing Small
130
24.38
Washing Low
130
24.09
Standard Rinsing
160
24.27
Rinsing
160
23.64
Additional Rinsing
175
24.01
Tub Washing
195
23.77
Overflow
260
22.6
Safety
125
24.7
Reset
125
24.68
Water Level
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Remarks
2) Temperature Sensor Data
Temp.
*)
Resistance(*
Voltage
0
35.97
0.58
10
22.76
0.86
20
14.77
1.21
22
13.57
1.29
24
12.48
1.37
25
11.98
1.41
27
11.04
1.49
29
10.18
1.58
30
9.78
1.62
32
9.04
1.71
34
8.36
1.80
36
7.74
1.89
38
7.17
1.98
40
6.65
2.07
49
4.7
2.50
55
3.85
2.75
60
3.24
2.96
65
2.74
3.16
75
1.99
3.51
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2-4. How to Control Voltage (during abnormal operation)
1) Voltage Control
$ Normal Voltage
DC-link voltage after wave rectification is directly impressed to IPM as 310 ~ 330V.
When motor starts operation, DC voltage changes with energy consumed by motor and/
or counter electromotive force of motor.
% Identifying Abnormal Voltage
A. Occurrence of counter electromotive force
+ In case of 450V or higher
B. Instant power failure and excessive energy consumption
+ In case of 185V or lower
2-5. How to Control Current (during abnormal operation+B227)
1) Current Abnormality Detection
$ Abnormal if DC current flowing through IPM measured during high-speed motor rotation is
10A~12A or higher
% Detection of abnormal current to be carried out by saving higher value among instant current values
and updating the data
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2-6. Door S/W
1) Door S/W Operation
$ Door Locking
3sec after bi-metal operation of door S/W, pulse of 20msec duty on solenoid is impressed twice until
door is locked. Bi-metal begins operation simultaneously as power button is pressed.
% Door Unlocking
Bi-metal plate of door S/W is turned off and pulse of 20msec duty on solenoid is impressed until door is
unlocked.
& Motor or other electronic parts begin operation to execute normal cycles only when door is locked.
' Door is closed if temperature measured by washing temperature sensor after turning on power button
is 55) or higher or if water level is higher than safety level.
, Door is opened immediately when cycle is finished.
- During cycle suspension, door is opened anytime if allowable by conditions.
2) Door Open System
$ To forcefully open door in order to additionally insert the laundry during washing, door can be
opened by pressing unlock clear button.
% Door open system by unlock clear button is to forcefully open door when not in conditions for door
opening. It begins the sequence to satisfy conditions for door opening.
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2-7. Load Sensing
1) Load Sensing to Determine Water Level
$ Á Load sensing is carried out when selecting standard, boiling and thrifty boiling courses.
% Sensing is administered in the dry laundry state before starting of washing cycle.
& After motor operation at 75 r.p.m for 10sec, load is judged with motor output measured.
2) Load Sensing for B Spin-drying
$ Sensing is administered with the laundry wet during the first interim spin-drying after completion of
washing cycle.
% After motor operation at 75 r.p.m for 10sec, load is judged with motor output measured.
& Base values for B spin-drying unbalance of interim and main spin-drying are selected according to
load measured by sensing.
2-8. Child Lock
$ Child lock mode begins by pressing 'Beeper' button during cycle. % In child lock mode, all buttons,
with the exception of power button, are not operated.
& In child lock mode, cycle display window is lit to show that child lock has been applied. Also, the
remaining time is displayed in '18:88' window.
' Lock mode is cleared by pressing 'Beeper' button as was done when starting child lock mode.
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3. Functions per Cycle
3-1. Washing Cycle
1) Classification of Washing
$ Pre-washing and soaking are carried out before main washing cycle.
% Decided value refers to water level and time decided by load sensing in standard, boiling and thrifty
boiling courses. In other sources, it means the pre-set time according to the designated water level.
& Soaking is the cycle consisted with water supply and washing only. Main washing begins
immediately after this cycle without drainage.
' In pre-washing and soaking cycles, only cold water is used and heating is not administered.
2) Heater Operation
$ Washing heater does not re-operate once turned off after reaching the set temperature.
% Even when target water temperature is not reached, washing cycle is finished when washing time
expires.
3) Re-supply of water
$ Re-supply is carried out in case water level detected per 2 minute after water supply completion is
lower than the set water level.
% Motor is stopped during re-supply.
& During washing, re-supply is carried out up to 10 times. After the 10th time, re-supply is not
administered even if water level drops.
' Re-supply is not carried out if more than half of washing time has passed and heater is turned off.
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3-2. Rinsing Cycle
1) Water Supply Cycle
$ When selecting 'add water for rinsing', water is supplied to the water level of additional rinsing.
% Only cold water is supplied in rinsing cycle.
& In the last rinsing, fabric softener is inserted by opening both cold water V/V and pre-washing V/V at
the same time.
2) Re-supply of Water
$ Water level is checked 1 minute after starting of rinsing cycle. Then, water is re-supplied up to the
designated water level.
3) Drainage
$ To administer drainage after completing washing at water temperature of 55) or higher, drainage is
carried out after dropping water temperature by supplying cold water to high level.
% When drainage cycle begins, drainage motor is continuously kept on.
4) Interim Spin-drying
$ Interim spin-drying is administered up to the r.p.m designated per each course.
The following cycle begins if R spin-drying is not reached after 20 times of balance spin-drying.
% After completion of washing cycle, load sensing is carried out before the first interim spin-drying to
detect load. Then, the cycle proceeds to main spin-drying by differing standard unbalance values
according to the load.
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3-3. Spin-drying Cycle
1) Drainage
$ Drainage set time is 1min.
% When drainage is completed, 1 minute is reduced from the overall cycle.
2) Balance Spin-drying
$ Spreading the laundry : Rotating the same 45rpm with left and right direction altematively.
% Attaching stop : Attaching the laundry to drum inside with constant speed.
& Unbalance checking point : First step, check the U.B at 95 rpm, 160rpm
Second step,check the U.B at 95 rpm, 350rpm
Third step, at 300rpm. if the unbalance data is over the criterion
This process will be rpeated
' Drain step : Drain at water around 160rpm
, After drain, check the unbalance data again. This is so-called balance spin step.
3) R (Real) Spin-drying
$ 'R spin-drying' refers to the process until completion of spin-drying after B spin-drying.
% The r.p.m reached differs according to the spin-drying cycle selected.
& When acceleration ends during spin-drying, constant-speed operation is carried out at the r.p.m set in
the selected cycle. Breaking is carried out after deceleration to app. 450 r.p.m.
' When stopping cycle by pressing temporary stop button during spin-drying, breaking is carried out to
stop motor.
, Max. r.p.m operation time according to spin-drying selection
Spin-Drying Classification
Max. r.p.m
Time of Max. r.p.m Maintenance
Low
Medium
High
Extra High
550 r.p.m
850 r.p.m
1100 r.p.m
1300 r.p.m
380sec
345sec
115sec
60sec
4) No Drainage
$ Cycle is completed without drainage after rinsing is finished
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3-4. Ending
1) Untwisting
$ This cycle aims to prevent creasing by loosening the laundry attached to the inner wall of drum after
completion of spin-drying. Untwisting is carried out for 30sec.
% Motor is operated according to the water stream of untwisting.
2) Ending
$ After completion of untwisting, buzzer is sounded for 10sec and power is turned off.
% In case additional drying cycle has been set, drying cycle is carried out after untwisting.
& After ending process begins, door lock is cleared.
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4. Button Functions
4-1. Power
1) This electronic power switch turns on/ off display.
2) Automatic Power Switch Off
$ Power is turned off immediately after completion of entire cycles or the selected cycle.
% Power is automatically turned off in 10 minutes if no button control is made after power on.
3) Initial Display for Power Only
$ Course LED is turned on for 1sec.
% 18:88 LED displays '---'.
4-2. Start / Stop
1) Normal course begins when pressing button after turning on power S/W.
2) Operation begins by pressing button after setting a program course or automatic course of 10 varieties.
3) If button is pressed during operation, blinking of cycle lamp changes to lighting only and operation
stops. When button is pressed again, operation restarts from the point of temporary suspension.
4) If cycle is changed by controlling button or encoder switch in temporary suspension state, the mode is
changed to the initial mode.
5) Lock is cleared if in the corresponding conditions by judging values of washing temperature sensor or
water level during temporary suspension.
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4-3. Wash
1) Range of temp. selection differs according to the course selected. If you select Cold, the washing
temperature will be the same as that of the machine's water supply.
Each program the temperature it will be able to select is restricted.
(Refer to Washer Program Default Data and Select Option.)
2) The text displayed indicates water temperature for washing. "Cold water is used for rinsing.
When ‘Warm*’ is selected, warm temperature is maintained for both washing and rinsing."
3) Cold water and hot water supply method differs according to water temperature selection.
Heating temperature also differs.
4) For sanitary course, water temperature is fixed at 'Extra Hot'.
Wash
Temperature
Wash / Rinse
Extra Hot
67)
Extra. Hot / Cold
Hot
35)
Hot / Cold
Warm*
30)
Warm / Warm
Warm
30)
Warm / Cold
Cold
-
NO Heating
4-4. Soil Level
1) When pressing button, LED is repetitively lit in the order of ‘Normal _ Heavy _ Extra
Heavy _ Off _ Extra Light _ light'
2) Soil level can be selected only when washing cycle is set.
3) Soil level is operated in courses other than 'Wool/Handwash' and 'Quick Wash'.
4) Washing time changes according to the selected soil level.
5) Selection can be changed during cycle after temporary suspension.
6) Overall cycle time is shown in 18:88 display.
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4-5. Spin Speed
1) When pressing button, LED is repetitively lit in the order of " Medium. High. Extra High
. Off. No Spin. Low'.
2) 18:88 display shows the remaining time.
3) During cycle, selection change is possible after temporary suspension.
4-6. Signal
1) Signal button operates in 5 steps.
Press Signal to adjust the sound level or turn off the signal.
2) After change, it is saved in EEPRPM.
4-7. Pre-Wash
1) Button is operated only when washing is selected.
2) Pre-wash is not available in Wool/Handwash, Quick Wash courses.
3) When pressing button, pre-wash is added and LED is lit. LED is turned off when pressing
the button again.
4) Pre-wash LED is turned off when pre-wash is completed.
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4-8. Extend Wash
1) When button is pressed, washing time increases per washing course, such as by 6 minutes for 'heavily',
8 minutes for 'sanitary', 5 minutes for 'everyday wear' and 'towel' and 4 minutes in other cases.
2) Extra wash is not available in Silk/Gentle, Quick Wash, Wool/Handwash courses.
3) Extra wash LED is turned off when washing is completed.
4-9. Extra Rinse
1) Extra rinse is not available in Quick wash courses.
2) When pressing button rinsing cycle is added by once and LED is lit. When pressing button
again, rinsing cycle decreases by once and LED is turned off.
3) Extra rinse LED is turned off when rinsing is completed.
4-9. Rinse+Spin
1) When pressing button, rinsing once + spin medium is selected.
2) Operation does not return to previous cycle even when pressing the button again.
The cycle set in the corresponding course is displayed by rotating course dial.
Then, rinse spin LED is turned off.
4) Water temperature can be selected with Temp. button after rinse + spin is set.
Selection can be made from Cold to Warm.
5) Even after rinse + spin is selected, water temperature selection can not be made in
Wool/Handwash courses.
6) When cycle is completed, LED is turned off.
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4-10. Night Time
1) When pressing button, spin speed is set as low and interim spin-drying changes from
790 r.p.m. to 550 r.p.m.
2) When pressing button again, set values of interim spin-drying and main spin-drying mode
courses are resumed.
3) LED is turned off when the cycle is completed.
4-11. Delay Start
1) Preset time indicates starting time of the entire cycle.
2) When pressing preset button, time changes in the order of 1.2.3. 4 ….12.1.
3) After selecting preset time, cycle change is possible before entering preset mode by pressing start/stop
button. However, cycle cannot be changed after entering preset mode.
4) To preset operation, select cycle.select preset time.press start/stop button.
5) The selected cycle is displayed for 3 seconds when pressing start/stop button after
entering preset mode to check the selected cycle.
4-12. Child Lock**
1) During an operation of washer, press 'Child Lick' button simultaneously during 3 second.
2) If this mode will be set successfully, Child Lock Lamp will be burn out. In Child Lock mode,
no button functions except Power button.
3) if you want to release this mode, press 'Child Lock' button simultaneously again during 3 second.
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4-13. Course Selection Switch
1) Everyday Wear course selected by clicking switch once after power is turned on.
2) Per each click after the first, course is selected in the direction of CW or CCW.
3) 18:88 display indicates cycle time of each course.
4-14. Washer Program Default Data and Select Option
Heavily
Sanitary
Bulky
Everyday
White
Synthetic
Towel
Silk
Quick
Wool
Temp
Soil
Spin
default
Warm*
Normal
High
selection
Cold~Hot
Ex.light~Ex.heavy
no spin~Ex.high
default
Ex.hot
Normal
Medium
selection
X
Ex.light~Ex.heavy
no spin~Ex.high
default
Warm
Normal
Medium
selection
Cold~Warm*
Ex.light~Ex.heavy
no spin~High
default
Warm
Normal
Medium
selection
Cold~Hot
Ex.light~Ex.heavy
no spin~Ex.high
default
Warm
Normal
Medium
selection
Cold~Hot
Ex.light~Ex.heavy
no spin~Ex.high
default
Warm
Normal
Low
selection
Cold~Hot
Ex.light~Ex.heavy
no spin~Ex.high
default
Warm
Normal
Ex.High
selection
Cold~Hot
Ex.light~Ex.heavy
no spin~Ex.high
default
Cold
Normal
Low
selection
X
Ex.light~Ex.heavy
no spin~Medium
default
Cold
Ex.light
Low
selection
Cold~Warm*
X
no spin~Medium
default
Cold
Ex.Light
Low
selection
X
X
no spin~Low
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Pre
Extended
Extra
Rinse+Spin, Delay
Wash
Wash
Rinse
start, Night time
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
O
X
X
X
O
X
X
O
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5. PCB Manual Test Mode
- PCB and other electronic parts will be tested without water supply whether they are normal or not.
1) Process
: Press power button -> Press "SPIN" button 3 times with pressing "WASH" button -> "X X X" will be
shown on LED display-> Whenever pressing "Signal" button 1 time, below process will be occurred.
- "X X X' : Program version display
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- When turn on 'LOCK' signal, all process is conducting normaly.
- In this case, BLDC Motor is not tested. In order to test it, select spin or rinse.
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6-1. IE (Input Error) - Error in water supply
6-1. IE (Input Error) - Error in water supply
1) Conditions of Occurrence
$ In case the designated water level is not reached in 5 minutes during water supply or re-supply
2) All LEDs are turned off and 'IE' blinks in18:88 display.
3) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
4) Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
6-2. OE (Output Error) - Error in drainage
1) Conditions of Occurrence
$ In case water level does not reach reset point in 10 minutes after drainage starts
2) All LEDs are turned off and 'OE' blinks in 18:88 display.
3) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
4) Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
6-3. UE (Unbalance Error)
1) Conditions of Occurrence
$ In case main spin-drying is not reached within 20 cycles of balance spin-drying
% In case balance spin-drying fails during interim spin-drying, UE occurs as the cycle moves to the next
process.
2) All LEDs are turned off and 'UE' blinks in 18:88 display.
3) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
4) Error mode is cleared by opening door and organizing the laundry in spin-dry chamber, closing door and
pressing start/ temporary stop button. Then, spin-drying begins again.
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6-4. LE (Lock Error) - Door opening error
1) Conditions of Occurrence
$ When intending to begin cycle by pressing start/ temporary stop button while door is opened
2) All LEDs are turned off and 'LE' blinks in 18:88 display.
3) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
4) Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
6-5. E1 - Water level detection error
1) Conditions of Occurrence
$ In case water level is below reset or overflow is detected in line test mode
2) Water supply motor is kept on until water level falls below reset.
3) All LEDs are turned off and 'E1' blinks in 18:88 display.
4) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
5) Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
6-6. E2 - Overflow error
1) Conditions of Occurrence
$ In case water level in water tank is above overflow level due to continuous operation of water supply
valve
2) Water supply motor is kept on until water level falls below reset.
3) All LEDs are turned off and 'E2' blinks in 18:88 display.
4) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
5) Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
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6-7. E4 - Water leakage during washing
1) Conditions of Occurrence
$ In case water level falls below re-supply even after 15 times of re-supply prior to finishing of water
heating
2) All LEDs are turned off and 'E4' blinks in 18:88 display.
3) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
4) Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
6-8. E9 - Abnormalities in water level sensor
1) Conditions of Occurrence
$ In case water level frequency is of 15KHz or lower and 30KHz or higher during cycle due to
abnormalities in water level sensor, etc.
2) All LEDs are turned off and 'E9' blinks in 18:88 display.
3) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
4) Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
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6-9. Motor-related Error
1) E5 (DC-Link High Voltage) Error
$ In case DC-link voltage to IPM increases to 450V or higher
% Motor operation is stopped and 'E5' is shown in display window.
& Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
' Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
2) E6 (EMG) Error
$ In case current detected with EMG port is of 20A or higher
% Motor operation is stopped and 'E6' is shown in display window.
& Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
' Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
3) E7 (Direction) Error
$ In case signal of Hall IC is different from the predicted signal according to direction of rotation
% Motor operation is stopped and 'E7' is shown in display window.
& Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
' Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
4) E8 (Initial Operation Fail) Error
$ In case input signal of Hall IC is abnormal due to problems in motor connection, etc.
% Motor operation is stopped and 'E8' is shown in display window.
& Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
' Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
6-10. Error in Temperature Sensor
1) H2 Error - Washing temperature sensor open/ short
$ In case washing temperature sensor is defective or not connected
% Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
& Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
2) H4 Error - Washing temperature sensor overheating
$ In case temperature detected by washing temperature sensor is 95) or higher
% Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
& Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
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3) H5 Error - Water temperature error in wool/ delicate course
$ In case water temperature in wool/ delicate course is 45) or higher
% Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
& Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
4) H6 Error - Abnormality in washing heater
$ Within 15 minutes after heater operation begins;
In case standard temperature is of 42) or lower: If temperature does not increase by 2) or more In
case standard temperature is higher than 42): If temperature does not increase by1) or more
% If temperature falls below standard temperature by 2) or more due to re-supply of water, etc.,
standard temperature is reset as the current temperature and error check time of15 minutes is reset.
& Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
' Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
5) H8 Error - Washing heater overheating
$ In case washing heater temperature increases by 5) or more within 30 seconds when there is no
water in tank, etc.
% Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.
& Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
6-11. PFE (Pump Filter Error)
$ Cycle is skipped to the next when the current r.p.m. is different from the target r.p.m by 70 during
interim spin-drying.
% Cycle is skilled to balance spin-drying when the current r.p.m is different from the target r.p.m by 70
during main spin-drying.
& 'PFE' error is caused if main spin-drying skip of % above occurs 10 times.
' Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.
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" PCB PIN ARRANGEMENT
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"Detailed Spec, Principles and Breakdown Diagnosis/ Service of Electronic parts
1. VALVE INLET
Classification
3-hole Valve and Hot Water Valve
Code
3-hole: 3615416940, Hot Water: 3615416700
Color
Gray
Coil Resistance
4320 ~ 5280 $
Use
Supplying water for washing/ pre-washing and bleach
Appearance
Bleach Input Valve
Structure
Hot Water Input Valve
Washing Water
Input Valve
Pre-washing
Water
Input Valve
Symptoms of
Breakdown
Detailed
Symptoms
Cause
Diagnosis of Defect
Water not
supplied
Water supply not Water tap not opened
Check for tap opening.
carried, only noise Coil short
Check if resistance between water supply valve terminals is
is heard
within 4320~5280$.
Excessive foreign
Remove water supply hose and check for foreign substances in
substances in SUS filter filter.
Foreign substances in valve
Water supply not Connector loosened
Visually check connector connection status.
carried out without Coil short
Check if resistance between water supply valve terminals is
noise
within 4320~5280$.
Wiring short
Wiring short -> Conduction test
Refer to water level sensor defect check method.
Continuous water Defect in water level
Water is
continuously supply in power sensor
'on' state
supplied
Defect in pressure hose Check for blocking of holes in pressure hose.
(inside tub) Continuous water Defect in water supply supply in power valve
'off' state
Dismantle hose and check for blocking.
Water supply to Water not supplied Blocking of electroanalysised
water
inlet
hose
tank
to inside of tank
Excessive inflow to
Check if water is not being discharged through residual water
residual water removal removal hose as there is low inflow of water.
hose
TANK DOWN S/W
Check for connector loosening and S/W defect.
Continuous water Check tank up S/W connector, PCB and water supply valve
supply to inside of
tank
Floater
Floater restraint, loosening -> S/W not working
Others
Defect in water supply Check for leakage through the sides of water supply valve.
Others
Water leakage
valve assembly, etc.
through sides
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Solution
PCB Error
Mode
Open water tap.
"IE"
"IE"
Clean out foreign substances
from inside the filter.
Replace water supply
valve.
Administer re-insertion.
Replace water supply
valve.
"IE"
Replace water level
sensor.
Replace defect parts.
Replace water supply
valve.
"IE"
"IE"
"IE"
"IE"
"E2"
"E2"
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Remove foreign
substances, etc.
Tie residual water
removal hose.
"IE"
Insert connector/ replace S/W.
Insert connector/
replace defect parts.
"IE"
"E2"
Clean and check floater part.
Replace water supply
valve.
"IE, E2"
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"IE"
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Water supply not
carried out (IE)
Defect in
Water
Supply
Continuous water
supply (IE)
• Suspension of water supply
• Tap frozen
• Tap closed
• Hot & cold water hose switched for connection
• Low water pressure (0.2kgf/cm or less)
• Blocking of water supply valve filter by foreign substances
• Defect in cold & hot water valve
• Defect in connection of water supply terminal (not connected)
• Defect in pressure switch
• Defect in water supply relay drive circuit
• Defect in PCB
• Water supply relay open
• Defect in water supply valve
• Leakage in air hose (air leakage from pressure switch hose)
• Air trip blocked, damaged
• Defect in pressure switch
• Defect in drainage valve: Continuous water supply
• Blocking by foreign substances in drainage bellows
• Defect in PCB
• Water supply relay short
Immediate water
supply when power
is turned on
• Defect in PCB
Water supply
continued when
power is turned off
• Defect in water supply valve
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• Water supply relay short
Symptoms of Inspection
Spot
Breakdown
Water
supply not
carried out
Inspection Method
Inspection Result
Problem Identified
1) Suspension of water supply
2) Water tap locked
3) Cold-hot water hose incorrectly
- Cold/ hot water hose switched -Defect in cold/ hot water
connected
-Large amount of rust, sand and hose assembly
4) If no defect is found, dismantle water dust, etc.
-Defect in cleaning of water
supply hose and check water supply
supply filter (blocked)
valve filter.
Water 1) Measure coil resistance in water
supply valve supply valve.
2) Remove top cover and visually
check for separation of water supply
valve terminal connector and wiring
short/ connection status.
3) In case water valve operation sound
is heard, but water supply is not
carried out, check for blocking of
water supply valve or restraint on
plunger.
Pressure 1) Check for ‘E9’ in display window.
Switch
Repair Method
-Assemble cold/ hot
water hose correctly.
-Clean water supply filter.
-Replace water supply
valve.
-Try reconnection or
remove elements of
connection defect.
-5.3kW or higher
-Coil short
-Connector loosened/ not
inserted
-Connection defect
-Electric wire short
-Sound and defect in water
supply due to foreign
substances in bellows
-Electric wire short
-Structural defect in water
supply valve
-Try reconnection or
remove elements of
connection defect.
-Replace water supply
valve.
-E9
-Loosening of pressure S/W
terminal or electric wire
short
-Defect in pressure S/W
-Connect terminal of
pressure S/W.
-Connect terminal of
PCB.
-Replace pressure S/W.
Water
supply not
carried out
PCB
1. Check PCB pin connector insertion
status.
2. Power is supplied to water supply
valve terminal, but water supply is
not administered.
Electric wire easily loosened
when tugged
PCB water supply circuit open,
damaged (water supply relay
operation not carried out)
Pin connector housing not
inserted
Defect in water supply circuit
Completely insert
connector housing.
Replace PCB.
Continuous
water supply
PCB
1. Immediate supply when power is
turned on
PCB water supply circuit or
relay short (continuous
conduction to valve)
Water supply relay short
Replace PCB.
Defect in water supply valve
Replace water supply
valve.
Water 1. Check if water supply is continuously Water supply bellows
supply valve carried out even if power is not on. blocked/ deformed
Drainage 1. Check for normal operation of water -Not closed due to foreign
-Foreign substances in valve -Remove foreign
drive motor
supply valve/ water supply status.
substances.
housing
substances inside drainage
(valve 2. Check if water is drained through
-Remove foreign
-Foreign substances
housing
housing)
drainage hose.
substance.
-Defect in drive motor
-Wire caught by foreign
3. Check for foreign substances inside
-Replace drive motor.
restoration
substances outside drive
valve housing.
motor
4. Check for foreign substances in drive -Forced restoration not possible
motor wire.
5. Forcefully restore SUS wire.
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#$!Water Level Sensor
1) Spec. of Water Level Sensor
O/F: Forced drainage is
necessary as water
level is high. When
this level is reached,
water supply must be
stopped and drainage
must be forcefully
administered.
RESET :
Low: Small load of laundry, therefore considered to be
water level of 'low'
1. Spin-drying begins
30sec after drainage
level reset is reached.
Medium: Large load of laundry
Medium High: Water level for rinsing
2. Heater operation level
Safety: Door open possible
Door opened only when water level is below
safety level
Model
WD1132
Code
Classification
O/F
Medium High Medium
3614825220
Frequency
22.60/
23.10/
DN-DD03,
Water level
DL-DW03
(mm)
260115
225115
Low
Safety
Reset
Initial(Defect) Inlet Angle
23.20/
24.00/
24.40/
24.70/
25.80/
22017
170115
140115
120120
0
900
2) Breakdown Analysis
Symptoms
Detailed Symptoms
Cause
Diagnosis
Solution
PCB Error
Mode
Continuous Water valve normal
water
supply
"E9"
Occurrence in water level
sensor
30kHz or higher
Defect in pressure sensor
hose
Check for holes.
Replace hose.
"E2"
Blocking of pressure sensor
hose
Visual checking
Remove foreign substances.
"E2"
Connector loosened
Visually check connector
connection status.
Administer re-insertion.
"E9"
Wiring short
Wiring short ->
conduction test
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"E9"
Defect in
Water
Level
Detection
E9
• Defect in pressure sensor
• Defect in PCB
• Defect in water level
detection circuit
• Water supply greater than
the selected water level
• Continuous water supply
in high water level
• Pressure sensor hose bent or
partially blocked
• Defect in pressure sensor
• Air leakage from pressure sensor
hose
• Defect in water level
detection circuit
• Water supply smaller than
the selected water level
• Reset level not detected
• Foreign substance in air trip inlet
• Water level detection too
high or low
• Defect in pressure sensor
(damage in oscillation
condenser)
• Foreign substances in air
trip inlet
• Defect in PCB valve
• Low frequency of pressure
sensor water level
• Defect in PCB
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%$!POWER CORD
Classification
Rated
Cord Thickness
Color
Code
Type
Length
Remarks
DEC
250V/15A
1.5sq
Gray
3611340430
LP-31 SJT
2.3m
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1) Assembly
4 embossed parts in cabinet
-> To prevent loosening after assembly
-> SS: 2 special screws
-> LG: Forced indentation
[Before]
[After]
. CONNECTOR
-> #1806 Housing 3P Used: Using both ends only and not the hole in the middle (materials highly
resistant to flame)
-> To prevent fire caused by high current
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&$! DOOR LOCK S/W
1) Comparison of Door Lock S/W Spec.
TYPE
CODE
MODEL
RATED
LOCK ON
PRINCIPLE
LOCK 'ON'/'OFF'
TIME
LOCK OFF TYPE
EXTERNAL
APPEARANCE
DF F01 007 3619046410 WD1132 125V 16A Bimetal operation -ON : Min. of 6sec
1. Forced OFF by
by PTC heating -OFF after Cooling
solenoid
in Air: 40sec ~ 5min 2. Natural OFF by
-Forced OFF:
cool down of
Immediate OFF
(door opening)
bimetal
2) Structure and Spec. of Door Lock S/W: DF SERIES
1. MICROSWITCH DA TYPE
- Breaking capacity = 16(6)Amp 250Vac OPENING - CLOSING, Contact gap < 3 mm
2. Temp. for Use
- Min. Ambient Temp. = -150C, Max. Ambient Temp. = 850C
3. Protection against Power Failure: PTC-BIMETAL
- Contact 'on' status maintained for the min. of 40sec./ max. of 5min by PTC-bimetal operation
(Ambient Temp.: 50C ~ 500C)
4. Mechanical - electrical lifespan
- Number of operating cycles at nominal voltage and nominal current = 10,000
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* How to Replace Door Lock Switch
1) Open door and dismantle clamp spring for gasket.
2) Dismantle gasket.
3) Loosen 2 screws for door lock S/W.
4) Remove door lock S/W.
5) Administer assembly in reverse order.
* Checking Solenoid Wiring of Door Lock Switch
PIN
Arrangement
2345
(1 does not exist.)
Terminal 3 and 4:
Normal if 156 ~ 234
3) STRUCTURE AND SPEC OF DOOR LOCK S/W : DA SERIES
FIG 1 [ INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF DA TYPE DOOR LOCK S/W ]
FIG 2 [INTERNAL CIRCUIT]
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[ Operation Procedures ] : When door is closed
1. Initial Status: Door opened [ FIG 3]
2. Door Closed: Slider moving by door hook as
shown in [FIG 4]
3. Turn PCB power button on to enter power
and push start button.
4. PTC begins heating as power is entered to
No. 1 and 3 in [FIG 2].
5. Deformation of [UPPER BIMETAL] begins
due to PTC heating.
6. Deformation of upper bimetal moves PTC and
PTC moves blade. Here, 'omega spring' moved
'contact blade' so that terminal contact point and
blade contact point are turned on (6sec after
power impression)
[FIG 2]. Current flows in output terminal 2. Also,
'slider stop' built in with blade enters the holde of
slider and 'restrains slider while current is
flowing'. So door cannot be opened.
7. Door opening
$ When power is turned off, power of terminal 1~3 in [FIG 2] is turned off.As current impressed to PTC is
removed, 'bimetal' is cooled.
% With cooling of bimetal, PTC is returned to the original position. Also, restoration of omega spring
blade contact point is turned off.Therefore, 'slider stop restoration (40sec ~ 5min after power off)'
occurs.
& As slider restraint is cleared, door can be opened.
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4) Diagnosis of Defect
Symptoms Detailed Symptoms
Cause
Diagnosis of Defect
Solution
Ticking
noise
Tick' during initial
operation and 'tick-tick'
during temoprary
suspension: 'DF' type
only
Normal noise
Normal sound generated during solenoid operation when
'sliding CAM' is locked/ unlocked to close or open door.
LE'
Continuous occurrence
of 'tick' noise
and 'LE': 'DF' type only
Connector loosened
Visually checking connector connection
status
1. 'LE' occurrence
without 'tick' noise in
'DF' type
2. 'LE' in 'DA' type
–
Insert connector.
"LE"
Terminal loosened from Referring to door lock S/W dismantling
connector
and checking methods below
Insert connector.
S/W 4 or 5 terminal
"LE"
Door not completed
closed
-
Completely close
door.
"LE"
Abnormality in hook of
door
-
Replace door AS.
"LE"
Defect in catch CAM
operation
Occurrence of continuous 'tick' noise
unlike normal sound
Replace door S/W.
"LE"
Connector loosened
Visually checking connector connection
status
Insert connector.
"LE"
Terminal loosened from Referring to door lock S/W dismantling
connector
and checking methods below
Insert terminal. S/W
2 or 3 terminal
"LE"
Breaking of solenoid coil
Referring to picture below
Replace door S/W.
"LE"
Connector loosened
Visually checking connector connection
status
Insert connector.
"LE"
Insert terminal. S/W
2 or 3 terminal
"LE"
Terminal loosened from Referring to door lock S/W dismantling
connector
and checking methods below
Door does
not open.
Error
Mode
Power failure, forced
power off during
operation
PCB MICOM' cannot open door in case of power failure or forced power S/W off during operation.
Door can be opened in the max. of 5min.
No power failure and
power on
Water in drum
Checking if water level is higher than
safety level
Inside the drum hot
Prevention of door opening to prevent burn caused by hot laundry after
drying
Others
Door opens after
drainage.
–
Door does not open normally in case of loosening of connector/ terminal and breaking of
solenoid coil during operation. Administer measures after test according to the following method.
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'$!HEATER
1) Spec of Heater of Washing Machine
Classification
Wahing
Maker
IRCA
Rated
120V
Consumption Power
1000W15%
Resistance
25.47ohm
Current Density
8.9
Temp. Fuse
184)
Washing Heater
Thermister
Heater built-in
Washing Temp.
Sensor
MaterialSUS430
Max. Temp.
Water
Part Code
3612801740
Temp. Fuse of Washing Heater (184°C CUTOFF TYPE)
: Located inside heater to prevent fire, etc. caused by heating without water due to breakdown of water
level sensor, etc.
: Cut-off in app. 1min in case of overheating, heater temp. of app. 270°C
: Washing heater must be used under water.
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2) Breakdown Diagnosis
Breakdown
Symptoms
Solution
PCB
Error Mode
Check for short: DWD-11'S, no detergent, 800W
common
Connect the cut-off part.
"H6"
Check for short: Normal if 23.3~25.7ߟ between both
terminals of washing heater -> Common for drum
Replace washing
heater.
"H6"
Connector/ terminal
loosening
Check for loosening: Common for drum
Insert terminal.
"H6"
Defect in washing
heater temp. sensor
Measuring resistance between both terminals of sensor: Replace temp. sensor.
Referring to the attached temp./ resistance table
"H2"
Overheating of Defect in washing
washing water heater temp. sensor
Measuring resistance between both terminals of sensor: Replace temp. sensor.
Referring to the attached temp./ resistance table
"H2" or "H4"
Cause
Washing
Wiring short
water
not heated
(common for Washing heater or
drum)
temp. fuse short
Diagnosis
Heater Replacement
* How to Replace Washing Heater and Temp. Sensor
1. Dismantling Connector
2. Loosening Earth and Heater Nuts
3. Replacing Heater and Temp. Sensor
4. Administer assembly in reverse order and make sure to fasten heater nuts first before the earth nuts.
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($!)*+,!-./.0
6-1. Structure of BLDC Motor
6-2. Power Transmission System of BLDC Motor
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(1%$!234567658/6.9
Classification
1. General
2. Performance
3. Structure
Item
BLDC : DD Motor
Rated Voltage
Vm = 310 [Vdc], Hall IC Voltage 5 [Vdc]
Insulating Structure
Type B, insulator method
External Appearance
Shaft connection and stator connection
structure, Air-gap : 1mm
No. of Poles
24 poles, Core: 36 slots, Layer: [30mm]
Consumption Power
390[W]±10[%], during washing
(picked value)
RPM
During Washing: 45RPM,
During Spin-drying:1300RPM
Output
Characteristics
Torque: 300Kgf.cm (washing: 45rpm)
Current: 1.5A (washing: 45rpm),
2.5A (spin-drying: 800rpm)
AC Input Terminal - Washing: 250Wo,
Spin-drying: 380Wo
Stator
Resistance
ø265x30H
U(blue) - V(purple) : 13.8Ω[at 75°C]
V(purple) - W(pink) : 13.8Ω[at 75°C]
W(pink) - U(blue) : 13.8Ω[at 75°C]
cf) Motor resistance at ambient temp. of
0 ~ 35°C
7.04 ~ 8.1Ω
Rotor
Magnet : 24 segments, bracket, serration
Hall IC
2-sensor Control Type, Top Central Angle:
7.5 degrees
Signal Error Angle (phase difference):
90±5 degrees (based on electric angle)
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Drainage
Hose
Direction of pump
filter cap opening
Wire connection terminal Pump filter
Defect in
Drainage
Drainage not
carried out (OE)
• Pump case blocked (coin, foreign substances, memory wire)
• Pump case frozen
• Defect in pump operation
• Drainage hose pressed down or position changed
• Ends of drainage hose blocked (built-in installation)
• High edge of drainage way: Natural drainage/
• Product frozen (drainage way frozen)
• Loosening of drainage motor connection terminal, inferior connection
• TP operation of drainage pump
• Defect in PCB
• Defect in drainage relay drive circuit
• Drainage relay short
Drainage
normally carried
out, but OE
displayed
• Defect in pressure switch (oscillation frequency low)
• Defect in controller
• Defect in oscillation circuit
(high oscillation frequency)
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Power
Part
Problem in indoor
wiring
• Breakdown of power lead-in switch
• Indoor wiring fuse short
• Aging of power outlet, defect in contact
• Extension cord short or too thin
Problem in wiring
of washing
machin
• Power cord short (defect in contact)
• Lead wire short
• Controller terminal segments and connector loosened
• Defect in contact of electric wire connector (power switch, reactor)
• Breaking of insulated wire in lead wire terminal compression part
Defect in electric
parts
• Fuse short: In noise filter
Erroneous voltage
• Check 120V
• PCB transformer short
impression
Defect in
separately
purchased step-up
transformer
• Defect in contact of lead wire inside transformer
• Transformer fuse short
• Low-capacity transformer of other company used
Defect in PCB
• Defect in pin connector contact
• Defect in power circuit
• Defect in reset circuit
• Defect in interrupt circuit
• Defect in oscillation circuit
• Defect in water level detection circuit
• Defect in MICOM
• Board damaged
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A$!B.6@4!+4745/
Noise
Hammering sound
from drum during
initial operation
• Bolt for transportation not removed
• Defect in leveling adjustment
• Ground surface not flat
• Weak ground
(wooden board, frame made with angle and Styrofoam, etc.)
• Loosening of spring
• Spin-drying small quantity of laundry (bath towel, jeans, etc.)
• Belt damaged
Vibration and
noise when
spin-drying
reaches normal
r.p.m
• Bolts for transportation not removed
• Defect in leveling adjustment
• Defect in damper
• Decrease in damper capacity
(water infiltration, grease loss)
• Laundry pushed to one side
• Belt damaged
• Defect in grease application of spring hook
Others
• V-belt friction noise
• V-belt loose
• V-belt damaged
• Foreign substance in between drum and tub (wire, memory wire, etc.)
• Bearing damaged (water infiltration
• Mechanical friction noise
due to abnormal abrasion of seal)
• Bolt loosened in bearing housing
connection part, welded part fallen
• Noise in pump during
spin-drying (drainage)
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• Noise generated by air inflow as pump is
operated during spin-drying even
without water in order to reduce residual
water
" Wiring Diagram
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" Installation
1) Related Parts and Configuration
Item
Configuration
Remarks
FIXTURE UP
/ DOWN AS
SPECIAL SCREW UP
: L= 109mm
SPECIAL SCREW
UP
FIXTURE DOWN
FIXTURE UP
SPECIAL SCREW DOWN
:L=160mm
SPECIAL SCREW
DOWN
% REMOVE FIXTURE
UP/DOWN AS
UNIT SERVICE
WRENCH
& ADJUST LEG
FIXTURE LEG
LEG ADJUST AS
FOOT
2) Installation Procedures
% Remove fixture up/ down AS.
Removal
Remarks
' Remove fixture up/down AS by rotating it
in anti-clockwise direction.
' Store fixture up/down for use later on.
' To assemble fixture up/down AS, rotate it
in clockwise direction.
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& Insert cap holder (4) into holes created after removing fixture up/down AS as shown in the picture.
CAP HOLDER
( Install drum washing machine on flat and solid ground.
* Adjust leveling with led adjust AS.
Adjustment
Remarks
' Washing machine is moved upwards by
rotating foot of leg adjust AS in clockwise
direction.
' Washing machine is moved downwards by
rotating foot of leg adjust AS in anticlockwise direction
) Adjust fixture leg to fasten special bolt.
Adjustment
Remarks
' Vibration of washing machine is
suppressed by rotating fixture leg in
anti-clockwise direction as it fastens
special bolt.
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"Reversing the door
1. Open the door and remove the door by
unscrewing 4 bolts holding the hinge.
4. Unscrew the 2 screw on the s/w door lock
on the right side of the door and draw out
the s/w door lock.
2. Remove the clamp gasket ass'y
5. Draw out the hinge on the left side of door
and detach the label on the right side.
And attach the RH type label on the left side
of door
3. Draw out the shower hose and fix the
gasket toward the inside of drum.
6. Insert the hinge of the door and door lock
securly and secure the door lock giving
attention to direction as following fiures.
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7. Then insert the socket of door lock as
following figure. And secure the gasket
and clamp.
8. Separate the stopper door by unscrewing 1
screw.
Then rotate the door glass 180°C and
secure the stopper door you removed.
9. Secure the hinge using the bolts you
removed in step 1.
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"DISMANTLING METHOD PER WASHER ASS'Y
INLETBOX ASS'Y
1
2
PANEL FRONT ASS'Y
1. Remove 2 screws.
2. Remove panel F.
3. Remove connector.
4. Take caution for damaging
hook.
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PLATE TOP ASS'Y
1. Remove 3 screws.
2. Remove 4 screws.
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BOX INLET ASS'Y
1. Remove 4 hose clamps.
2. Remove 1 screw and separate inlet box.
3. Remove and separate hose inlet.
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VALVE 3WAY
1. Remove 4 screws.
2. Separate 3 connectors.
3. Separate 3 hose clamps.
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MAIN PCB ASS'Y
1. Separate harness and separate PCB cover.
2. Separate connector.
3. Remove 1 screw.
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WATER LEVEL SENSOR
1. Remove 1 screw.
2. Separate connector.
COVER BACK
1. Remove 4 screws.
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3. Separate pressure sensor
hose.
MOTOR ASS'Y
1. Remove 1 bolt to fix stator.
2. Remove motor by separating 6 bolts to fix rotor. (Caution for damaging guide pin)
WASHING HEATER
1. Unfasten nut.
2. Remove connector.
3. Remove heater in the
direction of arrow.
DAMPER ASS'Y
1. Press the projected edge of sharp part in damper pin.
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2. Remove damper pin.
3. Remove damper pin on tub side in the same way and remove damper.
FILTER DISMANTLING (1st Lifter)
1. Push filter in the direction of arrow and pull it out by lifting it in upward direction.
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CABINET FRONT ASS'Y
1. Remove clamp gasket.
2. Remove 4 screws.
3.Saparate cover and case pump.
4. Remove 1 screw.
5. Lift front in the direction of arrow to open it in forward direction.
6. Separate door switch connector.
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DRAIN PUMP ASS'Y
1. Remove drain hose clamp.
2. Remove 1 screw.
4. Remove pump in the direction of arrow.
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3. Separate connector.
DOOR LOCK SWITCH
1. Remove 2 screws and separate door lock switch.
DOOR ASS'Y
1. Remove 4 screws.
2. Dismantle door after removing 16 screws to fix frame door I.
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TUB ASS'Y
1. Separate weight balancer after removing 8 screws.
2. Separate motor ass'y
3. Separate tub front after removing 16 screws, 2 sping suspension, 4 damper pin on Base under,
Hose Air(T22), Hose Drain(T13) Hose air pressure(T15) and Harness AS on tub rear.
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