Sears Kenmore Three-Speed with Options and Speeds Switch AUTOMATIC WASHERS Troubleshooting guide

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Front-Loadi ng Automat i c Washer
FIELD COURSE9373
Developmental
Resources
@ 2001 Sears,Roebuckand Co.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETYFTRST
MODEUSERIAN
L U M B E RP L A T E. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TNSTALLATTON
CONSTDERATTONS
I n s t a l l a t i oR
n e q u i re me n ts...........
Installation
Instructions(Washer)................
Installation
Instructions(Pedestal)..............
TH EO R Y
O FOP E R A T T ON S
c o M P o N EN TA C C E S S ...............
C o m p o n e nLt o ca ti o n
ComponentAccess
c o M P o N EN TT E S T |N G..............
CentralGontrolUnit..........
ComponentChecks
M o t o rC o ntro U
l n i t..........
L i n eF i l t e r
Dispenser
PressureSwitch
HeatingElementand Temperature
Sensor
DIAGNOSIS
ANDTROUBLESHOOTING
SudsDetection
DoorLockingand Unlocking
DetectionRoutine
Unbalance
E r r o rC o d e s
Diagnostic
Test.........
Troubleshooting
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PartNumber26110701V,
A companionvideotapepresentation,
is available
for this ServiceManual.
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We haveprovided
manyimportant
safetymessages
in thismanualandon theappliance.
Alwaysread
andobeyallsafetymessages.
This is the safetyalertsymbol.
This symbolalertsyou to potentialhazardsthatcan killor hurtyou and others.
All safetymessageswill followthe safetyalertsymboland eitherthe word 'DANGER"
or "WARNlNG."
Thesewordsmean:
You can be killed or seriously injured if you
don't immediatelyfollow instructions.
You can be killed or seriously injured if you
don't follow instructions.
Allsafetymessages
willtellyou
whatthepotential
hazardis,tellyouhowto reduce
thechanceof injury,
you
you
andtell
what
canhappenif theinstructions
arenotfollowed.
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ELECTRICAL
SHOCKHAZARD
ELECTRICALSHOCKHAZARD
Disconnect power before servicing.
Pluginto a grounded3 prongoutlet.
Replaceall panels before operating.
Do not removegroundprong.
Failureto do so can result in death or
electricalshock.
Do not use adapter.
Do not use an extensioncord.
Failureto followtheseinstructionscan
resultin death,fire,or electricalshock.
ill
PLATE
MODEUSERIAL
NUMBER
SERIALNUMBERDESIGNATOR
SER|A
NLU M B E R I c s l L
MANUFACTURING-ITE I
CS= Shorndorf,
Germany I
ffi
L = 2001
W EE KO F M A N U F A C T U R E
Model/Serial
Number Plate
(Left side of
Door Opening)
P R O D U C TS E Q U E N C EN U M B E R
KENMORE
MODELNUMBERDESIGNATOR
M o p E L N U M B E R1 1 0 4 2
g2
|
|
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PRODUCT
42 = Front-Loading
Washer
COLORCODE
2 = WhileMhite
6 = Graphile/Graphite
Y E A RO F I N T R O D U C T I O N
2 = 2001
DECADE
0 = 2000
E N G I N E E R I NCGH A N G E
0 = BasicRelease; 1 = FirstRevision;2 = SecondRevision
IV
SectionOne
I NSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS
OptionalPedestal
INSTALLATION
REQUIREMENTS
A pedestalmay be purchasedseparatelyfor this
w a s h e rT. h i sp e d e s t a l w i l l a dadb o u t1 4 i n c h e st o t h e
heightof yourunitfor a totalverticalheightof approximately52 inches(132cm).
Toolsand Parts
Assemblethe necessarytoolsand suppliesbeforebeginningthewasherinstallation.
The partssupplied
are
in the washerdrum.
Tools neededfor connecting the water inlet hoses
.
Pliers(thatopento 1 9/16in. [39.5mm])
.
Flashlight(optional)
Pedestal
Optional
Tools neededfor installation
.
O p e ne n dw r e n c h5 / 8 i n .( 1 7m m )a n d % i n .( 1 3
mm)
.
Level
.
Wood block(2" x 4")
.
Ruleror measuring
tape
is available
inthreecolors:
Thispedestal
White- PartNumber4282
Bisque- PartNumber4284
Graphite- PartNumber4286
Toorder,callyourlocalSearsstoreor SearsService
Center.
Partssupplied:
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1
F
Beadedstrap
LocationRequirements
it
f.1
Transport
boltholeplug
(4)
foryourwasherimproves
Selecting
theproperlocation
performance
minimizes
noise
and
andpossible
washer
"walk."
Alternate Parts You May Need
Partslistedare availablefrom your localSearsslore
or SearsServiceCenter.
Yourwashercanbeinstalled
undera customcounter,
laundryroom,closet,or recessed
or in a basement,
area.(See"DrainSystem.")
lf You Have
lf You HaveYou Will Need
to Buy
appliancelocationrequirements
Companion
should
Properinstallation
is yourresponalsobeconsidered.
sibility.
Laundrytub or
standpipe
taller
than96 in. (2.4m)
Sumppumpsystem(ifnotalreadyavailable)
Youwillneed
Overheadsewer
Standard
20 gal.(76L),30in. .
(76.2cm)talldraintubor utilitysinkandsumppump(availablef romlocalplumbing
suppliers)
.
.
Floordrain
Siphonbreak,PartNumber
285834;additionaldrainhose
P a r tN u m b e 8r 3 1 8 1 5 5a; n d .
c o n n e c t okri t , P a r tN u m b e r
285835
.
Drainhosetooshoil Drainhoseextension
kit,Part
Number
285863
A waterheatersetto deliver120'F(49'C)water
to lhewasher.
located
A grounded
electricaloutlet
within5 ft.
(1.5 m)of wherethepowercordis attached
to the
Requirebackof thewasher.(See"Electrical
ments.")
Hotandcoldwaterfaucetslocatedwithin4 ft.
(1.2m) of thehotandcoldwaterfillvalves,
and
waterpressure
of 20-100psi(137.9-689.6
kPa).
A levelfloor
witha maximum
slopeof 1 in.
(2.5cm)underentirewasher.
Installing
thewasher
is notrecommended.
on carpeting
A sturdyandsolidfloorto support
thewasherwith
a totalweight(waterandload)of 400lbs.(180
kg).
Waterfaucets
beyond 2 longerwaterfillhoses:
below
Do not operateyourwasherin temperatures
reachof fillhoses
6 f t . ( 1 . 8 m ) P a r t N u m b e r 32'F(0"C).Somewatercan
remain
inthewasherand
(3.0m)PartNum- cancausedamagein lowtemperatures.
76314,10ft.
ber350008
1 - 1
DrainSystem
WasherDimensions
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canbeinstalled
usingthestandpipe
drain
Thewasher
(floor
wall),
the
laundry
tub
drain
system,
or
or
system
hose
installaSelectthedrain
thefloordrainsystem.
PartsYouMay
tionmethodyouneed.(See"Alternate
Need.")
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drainsystem- wallor f loor(view1 & 2)
Standpipe
Customundercounterinstallation
Thedimensions
shownarefortheminimum
spacing The standpipe
drainrequires
a minimumdiameter
allowed.
(5
The
minimum
carry-away
ol 2 in. cm).
standpipe
ltrl
.r-'*-)
(64
per
gal
17
L)
minute.
no
less
than
can
be
capacity
I
I
mustbe at least30 in.(76.2
Thetopof thestandpipe
no
higher
than
96 in. (2.4m) f romthe
high
and
cm)
washer.
bottomof the
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The dimensions
shownare for the minimumspacing
allowed
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20 gal.(76L) catub needsa minimum
Thelaundry
pacity.Thetopof the laundrytub mustbe at least30
in. (76.2cm)abovethefloor.
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Additional
spacing
shouldbeconsidered
of installation
andservicing.
mightbe required
forwall,
Additional
clearances
doorandfloormoldings.
Additionalspacing
of 1 in.(2.5cm)onallsidesof
to reduce
noisetransthewasheris recommended
fer.
Forclosetinstallation,
witha door,theminimum
ventilation
openings
in thetopandbottomof the
(view2). Louvered
doorare required
doorswith
ventilation
openings
inthetopandbotequivalent
tomareacceptable.
Floordrainsystem(view2)
The floordrainsystemrequiresa siphonbreakthat
(See"Alternate
Parts
separately.
maybe purchased
YouMayNeed.")
of 28 in. (71
The siphonbreakmustbe a minimum
hoses
cm)fromthe bottomof thewasher.Additional
mightbe needed.
1-2
ElectricalRequirements
INSTRUCTIO N S
GROUNDING
For a grounded,cord-connectedwasher:
Thiswashermustbe grounded.In the eventof a
groundingwill reduce
malfunction
or breakdown,
the riskof electricalshockby providinga path of
for electriccurrent.This washer
leastresistance
is equippedwith a cord havingan equipmentgroundingconductorand a groundingplug.The
plug must be pluggedintoan appropriate
outlet
grounded
properly
installed
is
and
in
accorthat
dancewithall localcodesand ordinances.
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ELECTRICAL
SHOCKHAZARD
Pluginto a grounded3 prongoutlet.
WARNING:lmproperconneclionof the equipconductorcan resultin a riskof
ment-grounding
electricshock.Checkwith a qualifiedelectrician
or servicemanif you are in doubt as to whether
the applianceis properlygrounded.
Do not removegroundplug.
Do not use an adaoter.
Do not use an extensioncord.
Failureto follow these instructionscan
resultin deathor electricalshock.
a
a
Do not modifythe plug providedwith the applianceif it will not fit the outlet,have a properoutletinstalledby a qualifiedelectrician.
AC-only,
15-or 2O-ampere,
A 12O-volt,
60-H2.,
fusedelectrical
supplyis required.
Time-delay
fuse
is recommended.
lt is recomor circuitbreaker
mended
thata separate
circuitserving
onlythis
appliance
be provided.
Thiswasherisequipped
witha powersupply
cord
having
a 3 pronggroundplug.
possible
To minimize
shockhazard,
thecordmust
be plugged
intoa mating,
3 prong,ground-type
outlet,grounded
in accordance
withlocalcodes
lf a mating
andordinances.
outletis notavailable,
it is thepersonal
responsibility
andobligation
of
grounded
to havethe properly
thecustomer
outletinstalled
by a qualified
electrician.
ground
lf codespermitanda separate
wrreisused,
it is recommended
thata qualified
electrician
determinethatthegroundpathis adequate.
Donotgroundto a gaspipe.
if youarenot
Checkwitha qualilied
electrician
grounded.
surethewasheris properly
Donothavea fuseintheneutralororoundcircuit.
For a permanentlyconnected washer:
This washermust be connectedto a grounded
wiringsystem,or an equipment
metal,permanenl
groundingconductormustbe run withthe circuit
conductorsand connectedto the equipmentgrounding
lerminalorleadon the appliance.
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
RemoveTransportSystem
ExcessiveWeightHazard
Usetwo or more peopleto move and installwasher.
Failureto do so canresultin backor other
injury.
IMPORTANT:Position the washer so that the rear
of the unit is within approximately 3 feet (90 cm)
of the final location.
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1-3
Connectthe InletHoses
Thereare 4 boltsin the rearpanelof the washerthal
supportthe suspension
svstemdurinqtransportation.
Connectthe inlet hosesto the waterfaucets
Makesurethewasherdrumis empty.
to the
1. Attachthehosewiththeredcolorindicator
Screwon coupling
by handuntil
hotwaterfaucet.
it is seatedon thewasher.
to the
2 . Attachthehosewiththebluecolorindicator
Screwoncoupling
by handuncoldwaterfaucet.
til it is seatedon thewasher.
withan additighten
thecouplings
3 . Usingpliers,
turn.
tionaltwo-thirds
I
1 . Usinga lzin. (13mm)wrench,looseneachof the
bolts.
2 . Oncethe bolt is loose,moveit to the centerof the
pulloutthe bolt,including
holeandcompletely
the
plasticspacercoveringthe boltand the cable
attachedto the bolt.The powercordwill be attachedto all 4 bolts.
lFffiel,"FM
to thecoupling
NOTE:Do not overtighten.Damage
canresult.
andcheckforleaks.
4. Turnon thewaterfaucets
inlethosesafter5 yearsof uselo
NOTE:Replace
reducethe riskof hosefailure.Recordhoseindateson thehosesfor
or replacement
stallation
reference.
future
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remove
3. Onceall4 boltsareremoved,
thepower
cordfromeachboltholder,
anddiscardbolts,
plasticspacers,
andcables.
4. Closetheholeswiththetransport
boltholeplugs.
inspect
andreplace
hosesif bulges,
Periodically
wear,
leaks
are
found.
or
kinks,cuts,
Securethe DrainHose
Routethe DrainHose
Properroutingof the drain hose protectsyour floors
f romdamagedue to waterleakage.Carefullyreadand
followtheseinstructions.
1. Drapethepowercordoverthewashertop.
tublegor
2. Securethedrainhoseto thelaundry
(See
withthebeadedstrapprovided.
standpipe
illustration.)
The drain hose is connectedto your washer.
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To preventdrain waterfrom going back into the
washer:
. Do notstraighten
thedrainhose,anddo notforce
excessdrainhoseintostandpipe.
Hoseshouldbe
secure,
butlooseenough
to provide
a gapforair.
. Do notlayexcesshoseonthebottomof thelaundrytub.
;
r
.
1
are
lf thewasherfaucetsandthedrainstandpipe
put
hose
in
recessed, thehookedendof thedrain
Tightly
wrapthebeadedstraparound
thestandpipe.
thewaterinlethosesandthedrainhose.
Do notforceexcessdrainhoseintothestandpipe.
Floordrain
parts.(SeeFloorDrainunder
Youmayneedadditional
"Alternate
PartsYouMayNeed.")
1-4
Levelthe Washer
Properlylevelingyour washer preventsexcessive
noiseand vibration.
1. Checkthe levelness
of the washerby placinga
levelon the top edgeof lhe washer,firstside-toside,thenf ront-to-back.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
L
i-
Checkto besureyouhaveallof yourtools.
materials.
allpackaging
Dispose/recycle
areon.
Checkto besurethewaterfaucets
faucets
andinlethoses.
Checkforleaksaround
3 prongoutlet.
Plugintoa grounded
Use."
Read"Washer
Totestandto cleanyourwasher,measure
7zthe
powdered
of
liquid
recommended
amount
or
normal
(HE)detergent
or%lhe
normal
HighEfficiency
powdered
or liquid
recommended
amountof regular
intothedetergent
Pourthedetergent
detergent.
andthen
dispenser.
SelectNORMAL/CASUAL,
washer
Allow
the
to
complete
one
START.
select
lf thewasheris against
a wall,movethewasherout
whole
cycle.
slightly
beforetipping
back.lf thewasheris notlevel,
firstpropthefrontwitha woodblock(2"x a")andadjust the leet as necessary;
then propthe backand
adjustfeetas necessary.
Repeat
thisstepuntilwasher
is level.
2. Afterthewasheris level,usea 5/8in.(17mm)
wrenchtoturnthenutsonthefeettightly
open-end
All4 feetmustbetightagainst
thewashercabinet.
thewasher
ened.lf thenutsarenottightagainst
cabinet,
thewashermayvibrate.
3. Slidethewasherto itsfinallocation.
4. Confirm
thelevelness
of thewasher.
CompleteInstallation
requirements.
Be surethat
1. Checkthe electrical
you havelhe correctelectricalsupplyand the
groundingmethod.(See"Electrirecommended
cal Requirements.")
2. Checkto be sureall partsare now installed.lf
thereis an extrapart,go backthroughthe steps
to see whichstepwas skipped.
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ELECTRICAL
SHOCKHAZARD
Pluginto a grounded3 prongoutlet.
Do not removegroundplug.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extensioncord.
Failureto follow these instructionscan
result in deathor electricalshock.
1-5
I NSTALLATIONI NSTRUGTIONS
Pedestal
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"HOT"and"COLD"fill
hosesfromthe backof the washer.
4 . Remove
the
EXCESSIVEWEIGHTHAZARD
Use two or more people to move washer
and dryer.
thedrainhosefromthe
5 . Disconnect
Failureto do so can result in back or other
injury.
6 . Pullthewasherawayfromthewallso it
washeranddrainanywaterin the hose
intoa bucket.
canbe tippedon its back.
7 . Protectthe floorwitha largepieceof
Before you start...
lmportant:lf the washeris alreadyinstalled,
it must be uninstalled.
that camewith the
instructions
See installation
washerfor toolsrequired.
cutfromthe pedestalcarton.
cardboard
Laythe washeron its backso thatthe
is underthe entirelowerback
cardboard
edgeof the washer.(Fig.1-2) Go to
"lnstalling
the Pedestal".
the Washer
Uninstalling
1. Turnoff the hot andcoldwaterfaucets.
2 . Brieflystartthewashcycleto release
in thefillhoses.
anypressure
3 . Unplugthepowersupplycord.
Fig. 1-2
1-6
Installingthe Pedestal
1t
.
z.
Openthe pedestaldrawer.Remove
theenvelope
tapedinsidethedrawer.
Thisenvelope
contains
four(4)
# 1 2 x 5 /8 "(1 .6cm)h e xh e a dsheet
metalscrewsthatwillbe usedin Steps
4 a nd5 .
Remove
the Phillips
headscrewfrom
bothdrawersidesandsettheaside.
(Fig.1-3) Removethe drawerandset it
aside.Pushtheslidesbackintothe
pedestal.
Liftthe pedestaltowardthe frontof the
washerand installthetwo (2) remaininghex
head sheet metalscrews. Do not tiqhten
completely.
6. Tip the washerand pedestal
assemblybackto an uprightposition.
Removeprotectivecardboard.
Fig. 1-3
7. Slidethe washercloseto its final
location.
lf the washerhasfeet installed,
removethem. DO NOT installthe feet
that came with a new washer.
HelpfulTip: to makeslidingthe washerto
itsfinallocationeasier,spraythefloorbehind
the washerwithwindowcleaner.
4 . Partiallyinstallthe two (2) lower
#12 x 5/8" (1.6 cm) hex headsheet
metalscrewsleavinga spaceof about
318"(2 cm) betweenthe screwhead
and the bottomof the washer.
(Fis. 1-4)
rir|ltr
Fig. 1-5
lf the washeris stillin its packaging,
follow
the instructions
on the packagingand removeit.
8. Followthe Installation
lnstructions
that
came withthe washerto finish
installing
or reinstalling.(i.e.,hoses,
vents,etc.)
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9. Levelthe washerfrom side to side
and frontto back.
lN!r*firn|
Fig. 1-4
Movethe pedestalagainst
the washer
bottom.Slidethe pedestal'skeyholeslots
over the lowertwo (2) partiallyinstalled
screws.(Fig. 1-5)
1-7
Placea levelon the top. Locatethe
114"(6.4mm) hex nut on the top of
each pedestalfoot. Reachinsidethe
pedestaland use a 114"(6.4mm) hex
head ratchetor open-endwrenchto
adjustthe feet up or down as neededto
levelthe washer.(Fig. 1-6)
Fig. 1-6
10.Whenthewasheris level,usea
wrenchto
9/16"(14.3mm)open-end
securely
tightenallfour(4)feetlocknuts
againstthe pedestal.(Fig.1-7)The
locknutsmust be tightened.
loc*nul----l
Fig. t-7
11.Pullbothdrawerslidesoutandreassemblethedrawerto thedrawerslides
withthetwo(2)Phillips
headscrews.
(Fig.1-8)Useof the two (2)dividersis
optional.
Closethedrawer.
Fig. t-8
1-8
SEGTION 2
THEORY OF OPERATION
INTRODUCTION
present
TheHFand HEt Front-Loading
Automatic
Washers
a number
of newfeatures
andoperating
quite
previous
characteristics differentfrom
models.In additionto the introduction
of front-loading
operation,the HF andHEt containa numberof uniqueoperatingfeaturesdesignedto increase
clothes
cleaning
abilitywhileoffering
veryhighwaterandenergyconservation.
WaterSystem
The HFandHFt watersystemconsistsof the hotandcoldwaterinletvalves,a watertemperature
sensor,
a waterflowmeter
andcontrolandthedispenser
distribution
systemalongwitha traditional
pressureswitch.
WaterInletValvesThehotandcoldwaterinletvalvesarelocated
atthebackofthewasher.Thesevalvesreceive
a control
signalfrom
theCentral
Control
Unitto manage
water.Thetemperatures
thetemperature
of incoming
aredetermined
bythespecificwashcycleselected
sensorlocatedinthewashtub.
anda temperature
To improve
cleaning
of heavily
feature,
soiledclothing
andto provide
a sanitizing
thewatertemperaturecanbeincreased
throughtheuseof a heating
elementlocatedinthebottomofthetub,(HFt model
only).
Flowmeter
Waterflow,or the quantityof waterintroduced
throughout
anycycleis monitored
by a flowmeter
and CentralControl
Unit.Whentheflowmeter
registers
a maximum
of 10.5gal.
(40 L), and the CentralControlUnithas not detectedthe
pressure
switchtrip,thewatervalveswillbe shutoffandan
errorcodewillshowin thedigitaldisplay.
Fig.2-1
DispenserDistributionSystem
Allwashandrinsewateris introduced
intothewashtubthrough
Distribution
a Dispenser
Systemlocatedinthetopleftcornerofthewasher.Thesystemconsists
ofa motorthatturnsa camgear.Thecam
follower
willdivert
theincoming
waterto oneor moreol thefollowwaterinletmodes:
.
.
.
.
Detergent
Dispensing
BleachDispensing
Gam Follower-->'a
FabricSoftener
Dispensing
(noadditives)
RinseDispensing
Dispenser
Motor
Fig.2-2
2-1
for
compartments
Thedispenser
drawerhasfourseparate
products
to thewashload.Thesecompartaddinglaundry
mentsare:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Compartment
PrewashDetergent
MainWashDetergent
Compartment
BleachCompartment
FabricSoftener
Compartment
are dilutedand dispensed
automatically
Laundryproducts
at the propertimeduringthewashcycle.
Fig.2-3
andMainWashDeterTheseparator
betweenthe Prewash
gentCompartments
canbe movedto accommodate
either
(Fig.2-a)
liquidor powdered
detergents.
The drawerreleaselever(shownhereis the normalposiposition
(A)to accommoin alternate
tion)canbe installed
dryeron topof thewasher.(Fig.2a matching
datestacking
4)
AutoReferto Useand CareGuidefor the Front-Loading
maticwasher(PN461970203971)for properuseof laundry products.
*tr Dravver Releaso
Fig.2-a
Therearetwo routesfor the waterto enterthewashtub.
assembly.A
Mostof thewaterflowsthroughthedispenser
smallportionof thewaterflowaroundthedipensersand is usedto washthe doorwindow.
1. MainInletTube(Fig.2-5,A)
2. WindowWasherInletTube(Fig.2-5,B)
Air VentSystem
to allowfresh
As a safetyfeature,the washeris designed
thetub. An inletventat thefrontof
airto circulate
through
the
thewasherconsolebringsairintothetubthrough
(Fig.
dispenser
assembly. 2-6A) Theair is ventedoutthe
backof the washer.(Fig.2-68)
Fig.2-5
AirVent
Fig.2-68
Fig.2-64
2-2
Pressure
Switch
PressureSwitch
The pressureswitchis locatedin the top rightrearcornerof
the washer (Fig 2-7) This switchsenseswater levelin the
wash tub. The controlsignalfrom the pressureswitchis
sentto the CentralControlUnitand is usedto determinethe
amountof waterintroducedintothewashtub durinothewash
cycle.
The pressureswitchalsosensesthe sudslevelin the wash
tub. lf excessivesudsingoccurs,the washerstartsan automaticsudsroutine.The displaywillshowthewordSUDS.The
automaticsudsroutineaddsadditionalrinseand drainoperationsuntilthesudslevelis reduced.
Fig.2-7
CustomerInterfaceandCycleSelection
Display
Delay
Start
Status Indicators
Soil Level
(Change
CycleTime)
Fig.2-B
Pause
Cancel
Extra Gycle
Selection
Wash Cycle
Selector
Status Indicators - These lightsshow which
portionof the cyclethe washeris operating.They
alsoindicatewhenadditional
itemscan be added
to the wash cycle and when the controlsare
locked.
DelayStart- Tostartthewasherat a latertime,
pressthe DELAYbuttonuntilthe desireddelay
then
starttime(in hours)showsin the Display,
to the starttime
selectSTART.The countdown
willshowin thedisplay.
Extra Cycle Selection- The Rinse/Spin
selection operatesa rinse and spin cycle only. This
cyclecombinesfastspeedtumblingand extrahigh
speedspin. The spin speedcan be reducedby
selectinga speedfrom the SPIN SPEEDmodifier.
thisbuttonwillchange
the
Soil Level-Pressing
lengthof thewashcycle.Heavywilladdtimeto a
normalwashcycle,lightwill shortena normal
washcycle.
- Pressingthis buttonwill allow
Pause/Cancel
any optionor changing
a washcycle
changing
Wash Cycle Selector - Choosea Wash Cycle afterthe washcyclehas begun. Pr es sthe
button,selectthe desiredOpby selectingthe buttonnextto the desiredcycle. PAUSE/CANCEL
press
Eachcycle is designedfor differenttypesof fab- tion,
andholdtheSTARTbuttonforone(1)
ric and soil levels. (See Table2-1, Page2-4)
second.Tocancela cycleandselecta newone,
pressthePAUSE/CANCEL
button,
selectthenew
Display - The displayprovidessuch information
press
andhold
cycle,selectthedesiredoptions,
as time remainingfor selectedwash cycle and
the STARTbuttonfor one (1)second.
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Stain Treat
your washby addingOP- Usethisoptionfor heavilysoiledloadsthatneed
You can customize
WhenStainTreatis
Youcanaddor improvedstain treatment.
TIONSto yourcycleselections.
of the selected
the watertemperature
changean optionafterstartinga cycleanytime selected,
set
to warm.The
is
automatically
wash
cycle
optionbegins.
beforetheselected
hot
water
temperabe
heated
to
a
waterwillthen
"Laundry
Thisoptionwillprotureto aid in stainremoval.
. Seethe
of
Guide"foran overview
possible
optionsforeachWashCycleselec- videoptimalremovalof organicstainssuchas
blood.
tion.
NOTE:lf StainTreatis selectedwiththe Sani. Youcanselectmorethanoneoptionfor a
cycle,thewaterwillbe heatedto a veryhot
tary
cycle.Someoptionscannotbe addedto
StainTreatcannot temperature.
somecycles,forexample,
be addedto the ExpressWashcycle.
. lf anoptionis available
witha selected
cycle, AutoSoak
willglowwhenselected. UsetheAutoSoakoptionfor loadsof heavily
thelightforthatoption
or nylonwithsetsoiledcotton,linen,polyester
. lf an optionis unavailable
witha selected
cycle,therewillbe a shorttoneandthelight in stains.DuringAutoSoak,waterwillbeadded
willbe equally
for thatoptionwillnot glowwhenselected. to thedrumandthelaundry
phase.Laundry
by a shorttumbling
distributed
willthenbe soakedby phaseswithoutdrum
Prewash
thewasherdrains
Aftersoaking,
Usethisoptionfor heavilysoiledloadsthatneed movement.
spinning.
p r e t r e a t me nTt.h i s o p ti o na d d s a 15 m inute without
to
a WashCycle:A 30 minutesoak
Added
prewashanddrainto the mainwashcycle.
to the mainwashcycleto imis
added
time
. Adddetergent
andMainWash
tothePrewash
proveremovalof set-instains.
Drawer.
of the Dispenser
compartments
andMain
to boththe Prewash
1. Adddetergent
. WhenusingPrewash,
do notuseliquiddeDispenser
of
the
Wash
compartments
Use
tergentin the MainWashcompartment.
Drawer.
powdered
main
wash
cycle.
for
the
detergent
options
TheAutoSoakand Prewash
NOTE:
andAutoSoakoptionscanNOTE:ThePrewash
in
same
cycle.
Use
the
be
selected
cannot
in thesamecycle.
notbe selected
powdered
for the mainwashcycle
detergent
willseepintothe
liquiddetergent
because
washerduringAutoSoak.
Options
2-5
. Tochangethewatertemperature,
selectthe
2. Selecta WashCycle.
TEMPbuttonuntilthedesired
WATER
3. SelectAUTOSOAK.
settingglows.
NOTE:Forcycleswithhotwashtemperatures,
.
Tochangethespinspeed,selecttheSPIN
thesoaktemperature
willbe setto warm;
SPEEDbuttonuntilthedesiredsetting
willbe the
otherwise,
thesoaktemperature
glows.
sameas thewashtemperature.
. Tochangetheloudness
of theEndof Cycle
1
4. SelectandholdSTART(approximately
selectENDof CYCLESIGNAL .
Signal,
thewasherdrains
second).
Aftersoaking,
andthewashcyclestarts.
Wash/RinseTemp
Withouta WashCycle:Provides
a soaktime
basedon thetype
Selecta watertemperature
withwarmor coldwaterfollowed
by drain.
you
washing.
Use
thewarmest
load
are
1. Adddetergent
compart- of
onlyto thePrewash
watersafeforfabrics.Followgarmentlabel
mentof the Dispenser
Drawer.
instructions.
first.
2. SelectDRAIN/SPIN
or RINSE/SPIN
Warmrinsesleavethe loadsdryerthancold
thenAUTOSOAK.
wrinkling.
In cold
rinses.Warmrinsesincrease
3. Choosethedesiredsoaktemperature.
a warmrinsemakesthe load
1
climates,
4. SelectandholdSTART(approximately
to handle.Coldrinsessave
morecomfortable
second).
energy.
2ndRinse
Auto TempControl
A secondrinsecanbe usedto ensurethe
senses
ATC(AutoTempControl)electronically
removalof detergent
or bleachresiduefrom
watertemperature.
garments.
a uniform
andmaintains
Thisoptionprovides
an additional
hotandcoldwater.The
incoming
ATCregulates
rinsewiththesamewatertemperature
as the
turnedON whena cycleis
ATCis automatically
firstrinse.
selected.
ExtendedSpin
. ATCensures
cleaning.
consistent
spinto any
Usethisoptionto addan additional
"fluff"
. ATCworksfor the washtemperature
with
to
cycleto improvethe
of yourlaundry,
WarmMarm,
HoVCold,
HoVCold,
Extra
reducedryingtime,andto saveenergy.
settings.
Warm/Cold,
and Cold/Cold
. TheColdrinsetemperatures
dependon the
Modifiers
water
the
tap.
cold
at
Presetcyclesettingsof WaterTemperature,
setting,bothwash
Wash/Rinse,
andSpinSpeedcanbe changed. . FortheTapCold/Cold
dependon thecold
andrinsetemperatures
Youcanchangea modifierafterstartinga cycle
the
tap.
waterat
modifier
begins.
anytime
beforetheselected
. TheWarmrinsesettingregulates
the water
TouchPad/LEDAssembly
104"F(40'C).
at approximately
temperature
Touchpad/LED
Assembly
Ribbon Gable
Fig.2-10
to theCentral
(Fig.2-10),is a singleassembly
andis connected
Assembly,
TheTouchPad/LED
ribboncable
LEDs
and
allof thebuttons,
contains
ControlUnitby a ribboncable.Thisassembly
the consumerinputs
andprintedcircuitboardsfor the userto operatethewasher.The interfaces
to theCentralControlUnit.
2-6
CentralControlUnit(CCU)
The CentralControlUnitis locatedat the top rearof the
washerandis enclosed
ina controlbox.(Fig.2-11) Thereare
parts
noserviceable insidethecontrolbox.lf diagnostic
tests
indicate
anycomponent
of the CCUis defective,
theentire
controlboxmustbe replaced.
TheCCUreceives
inputlromthetouchpad/LED
assembly
anddirectly
controls
thedispenser,
drainpump,waterinlet
valves,doorlockingand unlocking
solenoids,
and heating
element
relay.
TheCCUmonitors
thepressure
flowswitch,
meter,temperature
sensoranddoorlockswitches.
Fig.2-11
The CCUsendsthe customer
inputto the Motor
selection
Control
Unitforpropermotoroperation.
MotorGontrolUnit(MCU)
The MotorControlUnit is locatedis insidea plasticcontrol
box locatedin the lowerfrontcornerof the washercabinet.
(Fig.2-12) The controlbox is shown with the accessdoor
open.
The MCU operatesthe drive motor at varyingspeedsand
directionbasedon inputsreceivedby the CCU to complete
the cycleselected.The MCU also monitorsa tachomeler
on the motorto confirmthat the drivemotoris operatingat
the properspeedand direction.
DriveMotor
The drivemotoris a three-phase
induction
asynchronous
typethatoperates
at variousspeedsanddirection
basedon
inputvoltages
andfrequencies.
A tachometer
on themotor
shaftsendsa feedback
signalto theMotorControl
Unitindicatingtherotationspeedanddirection.
Fig.2-13
2-7
Fig.2-12
Drain Pump
PumpMotor
A separatepump/pumpmotoris usedto drainthe wash
lub. (Fig.2-14) The pump motor is 120 VAC and is attacheddirectlyto the pump. The pumphas a clean-out
filterlocatedat the frontthat allowsfor the removalof large
objectsthat may have passedfrom the drum. (Fig.2-15)
Fig.2-14
Fig.2-15
EcoValve
valvethatcloses
Thewasherhasa specially
designed
duringthewashportionof thecycleso that100%of the
wateranddetergent
mixtureis usedon thewashload.
is
The EcoValveinsuresthatno wateror detergent
wasred.(Fig.2-1a& 2-16)
Fig.2-16
SuspensionSystem
position
Thewashtubis heldin itshorizontal
withfour
pneumatic
shockabsorbers
attachedto the bottom
In addition,
fourcornersof thetubassembly.
thewash
fromthe top frameof the washerwith
tub is suspended
twospringsattachedto the sidesof the unit.
for thissuspension
systemis providedby
Stability
threeconcretecounterweights.Twoare locatedat the
at thebackof
frontof thewashtub. Oneis positioned
theneedfor
thetub. Thesecounterweightseliminate
thetraditional
balancering.(Fig.2-17)
Counter
Weights (3)
Shock Absorbers (4)
Fig.2-17
2-8
HeatingElementandTemperature
Sensor
HeatingElementRelay
ModelHF provides
a heating
element
to
increase
thewatertemperature
duringcertain
washcycles.Thetemperature
sensoris used
withtheheaterto monitor
watertemperature
in
thetub.(Fig.2-18)
A relayis usedto turntheheating
element
on
heating
element
relayis located
in
andoff. The
thelowerright-hand
sideof thewashercabinet.
(Fig.2-21)TheCCUoperates
a solenoid
to
providing
relay
contacts,
120
closethemain
VACto theheating
element.
Heating
Element
Solenoid
Fig.2-18
Fig.2-21
Door Lock/Switch Assembly
PanelInterlockSwitches
TheDoorlock/Switch
Assembly
is locatedon the
rightsideof thedooropening.(Fig.2-19
& 2-20)
The assemblycontainsa latchingmechanism
thatwillelectrically
lockthe doorduringcertain
operations
in a washcycle.
The front and rear interlockswitches(Fig.2-22)
behindthe toe and rear
are locatedimmediately
panels of the washer. The switchesprovidea
groundingcircuitto the drivemotorand heating
element,when eitherpanelis removedfor servicing.
Fig.2-19
Fig.2-22
Fig.2-20
2-9
SectionThree
GOMPONENTACCESS
COMPONENT
LOCATION
DETERGENT
DISPENSER
VENTHOSECONSOLE
F
TUB
ASSEMBLYi
WASHERBACK
PULLEY
WASHERFRONT
DRIVE
MOTOR
MOrOR/l
CONTROLUNIT{
DRAINPUMP
ASSEMBLY
3-1
HEATING
ELEMENT
IELAY
ACCESS
COMPONENT
RequiredTools
T h eSo u r c e11 0 FrontLoadingWasherrequiresthe use of MetricSocketWrenchesof various
and a
s i z e sT, o r xT - 1 5 T-20
,
and T-25 Drivers,a CrescentWrench,a flat bladedscrewdriver
ha m m e r .
ACCESSING
INTHECONSOLE
COMPONENTS
Assembly.
Components
accessible
intheConsole
include
CoverandtheTouchPad/LED
theConsole
Accessto thesecomponents
requires
thatthetopof thewasherbe removed.
Removingthe WasherTop
Threescrewssecurethewashertopat the back
of the washer.Removethe threescrewsand lift
the topfromthewasher.(Fig.3-4)
Rem ovethe deter gentdispenserdr awerby
pressingdownon the releasetabat the backof
it completely
out
andpulling
thedrawer(Fig.3-6)
of thewasher.
Drawer
Release Tab
Screws
'I f''l
Gonsole
Release Tab
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Fig.3-4
Removingthe Console from the Cabinet
Disconnect
theTouchPad/LEDAssemblyribbon
connectorfrom the left side of the CentralControl Unit (Fig.3-5)and releaseit from the wiring
harnessbracketson the rightside of the washer
Fig.3-O
Oncethedraweris removed,removethe screw
holenextto thedraweropening.
in therecessed
therightsideof theconRelease
thetabsecuring
soleto the washerand removetheconsole.Be
surethe ribboncableclearsthecabinetframe.
top.
Removingthe TouchPad/LEDAssemblyfrom
the Console
isa singleunitand
Assembly
TheTouchPad/LED
LEDs,cable,etc.RethePushButtons,
contains
placetheentireassembly
if anycomponents
are
Ribbon
Gonnector
defective.
Gonsole Gover
Touch Pad/
Fig.3-5
Fig.3-7
3-2
Thereare ninetabssecuringtheTouchPad/LED
Assemblyto the console.(Fig.3-9)A flat bladed
screwdriver
willbe helpfulin releasing
thesetabs.
Typical Release Tab
Releasethesetabsin sequencefromleftto right
aroundthe TouchPad/LEDAssemblyuntilallof
the tabsare freeand the Assemblycan be lifted
fromthe console.(Fig.3-9)
Tab
Tabl
Fig.3-9
Fig.3-8
R E M O V I NTGH EW A S H E R
DOORANDDOORSWITCH
The washerdoor can be removedby removing Easethe edgeof the bootoff of the lip of the
the two screwssecuringthe door hingeto the washerfrontnearthe doorswitch.(Fig.3-12)
washerfrontand liftingupward.
Removeenoughof the bootto gainaccessto
the
doorswitchbehindthewasherfrontpanel.
Screws
Boot
Pulled
Back
F i g .3 -1 0
Fig.3- 12
Accessto thedoorswitchrequires
thatthewater
sealbootberemoved
fromthefrontofthewasher.
(Fig.3-17,)Usea flat bladedscrewdriver
at the
location
oftheretainer
springandpulltheretainer
forwardandthenoff the perimeter
of the boot.
The doorswitchis securedto the washerfront
panelwiththreescrews.Oncethesescrewsare
removed,
thedoorswitchwillremainin placeuntil
it is liftedslightly
andpulledbackfromthewasher
frontpanel.
Retainer
Spring
Fig. 3-t 1
Fig.3-13
3-3
R E M O V I NTGH EB O O T
F R O MT H ET U BA S S E M B L Y
REMOVING
THEWASHER
FRONTPANEL
Removingthe washerfrontpanelwillrequirethat
the doorswitchbe removedand the bootbe separatedcompletelyfrom the front panel opening.
Theconsolemustalsobe removed.
Next,removethe threescrewssecuringthe toe
panel to the front of the washer (Fig.3-1a) and
removethe tow panelby liftingslightlyand pulling forward.
,
,**ru-**--,**,_
fromthe
removed
The bootcan be completely
assembly.
outerrimof thetub
pullthebootfromaroundthewaterinCarefully
thebootreletandwindowwashertubes.Remove
theclampscrewlocated
tainerclampbyloosening
attheupperrightofthetubopening.Thebootcan
fromthetub.
nowbe removed
THEBOOT
REPLACING
ANDDOORSWITCH
_rF
.-**
the bootand washerfront
Whenreplacing
panel,specialcaremustbe takento assure
a properwatersealandoperation.
Screws
Fig.3-14
Removethe two screws securingthe bottomof
the frontpanel to the washer,and the two screws
securingthe top of the frontpaneltothe washer.
The front panel can now be removedfrom the
washer.(Fig.3-15)
Carefullypull the nozzlefrom the window
gasketring
theplastic
washertube.Separate
thenozzlethroughthe
fromthe nozzle.lnsert
holein the bootand slidethe plasticgasket
ringdownthe shaftof the nozzleso thatthe
bootis securelytrappedbetweenthe gasket
ringand the nozzleridge.Insertthe nozzle
shaftintothewindowwasherinlettubeand
insertthe endof the waterinlettubeintothe
boot.
Screws
Fitthebootaroundthefrontlipof thetubso it
andevenly.Fitthebootclamp
restssmoothly
aroundthefrontlipof thetubandtightenthe
screw.Be carefulnot to over tightenthis
screw Damageto thebootclampor theboot
couldoccur.
thedoorswitch,be sureto
Whenreinstalling
insertthe two tabs on the rightside of the
switchassemblyintothe slotsin the plastic
wiringharnessguide. Failureto do thiswill
noisewhilethe machine
resultin unwanted
operates.
Fig.3-15
3-4
R E M O V I NTGH ED E T E R G E N T
D I S P E N S EARS S E M B L Y
hosef romthedetergent
Disconnect
theoverflow
(Fig.3-17)
assembly.
dispenser
the detergent
disThe Detergent
Dispenser
Assemblyis located Removethe screwsecuring
penser
the
top
left
frame
member.
assembly
to
underthe washertop. Beginby removing
the
(Fig.3-17)Slidethe assemblybackslightlyand
washertop,consoleand frontpanel.
out.
lifttheassembly
Separate
thewaterinletandwindow
washer
tube
Vent
fromtheboot.
Tube
Pullthewaterinlettubefromtheoutletconnector
(Fig.3-16)
of thedetergent
dispenser.
NOTE: Whenreinstalling
the waterinlettube,
wetthewaterinletgasketon the detergent
dispenserwithwateronly.Do notuseanyotherlubricant.Alignthe locatornibon the waterinlet
tubewiththe indentation
on the dispenser
connectorandslidethetubeontothedetergent
dispenserassembly.
Removethe screwsecuringthe frontof the detergentdispenser
assembly
to thetopfrontf rame
(Fig.3-16)
member.
Screw
f"
i'
Fig.3-17
motorassemTo removethedetergent
dispenser
bly,liftthe cam followerfromthe divertercam
to access
and rotatethe divertercamclockwise
screws.
themotormounting
tt
i"
Sclews
(Under
Gam)
t
Water lnlet
Tube
Fig.3-16
Fig.3-18
3-5
THEDRIVEMOTOR
REMOVING
REMOVING
THE
MAINCONTROL
BOX
ANDPRESSURE
SWITCH
oncethe back
Thedrivemotorcanbe removed
panelhasbeenremoved.
The maincontrolbox is a singleassembly
and
parts.lt canbe Twelvescr ewssecur ethe backpanelt o the
doesnotcontain
anyserviceable
the 12screwsandremovethe
removed
it washer.Remove
by liftingthetopplastictabssecuring
theDriveBelt.
to the backcabinetframeandslidingit towards backpanel. Remove
thefrontof the washer.(Fig.3-19)
the wiringharnessconnectors
and
Disconnect
Tabs
groundwiresfromthedrivemotorterminals.
Push
the wiringharnesstie fromthe motormounting
bracket.
boltsecuring
themotorto
Remove
themounting
(Fig.3-22)
thetub.
p,".L11.1,1,'n.n,
roremove,n"
rirstremove
the
wiringharnessretainerfromthe sideof the cabinet. (Fig. 3-20)
Fig.3-22
REMOVING
THEPUMPASSEMBLY
The pumpassemblycan be accessedoncethe
toe panelhasbeenremoved.
To cleanout the largeitemfilter,turnthe large
knobcounterclockwise
andpullit out.(Fig.3-23)
rhendisconnectr^:t;,::rt^arnessconnecrors
and the pressurehoseand turn the pressure
switchcounterclockwise
to releaseit fromthe
cabinet.(Fig.3-21)
PressureSwitch
Fig.3-23
Fig.3-21
3-6
Toremove
thepumpassembly,
beginbyopening
A C C E S S I NTGH E
the doorcovering
the wiringharnessconnector
MOTOR
CONTROL
UNIT
fromthepump
anddisconnect
thewiringharness
Unit mayrequire
motorterminals.
Remove
thescrewsecuring
the Accessto theMotorControl
the leftfrontshockabsorber.
pumpassembly
to thewasherframe.(Fig.3-24) removing
liftupon the
Oncethe pumpis removed
the drainhoseand Usinga flatbladedscrewdriver,
plastic
front
right
tab
under
the
corner
of the
tubeoutlethosecanbe removed.
(Fig.
motorcontroller
box.
3-26 INSET)
Fig.3-24
Fig.3-26
REMOVING
THESHOCK
ABSORBERS
Slidethe boxforwardto
releasethe twotabsat
the backof the boxfrom
the bottompanelof the
washer.(Fig.3-27)
Thetubis heldin position
by fourshockabsorbers,two in front(Fig.3-25)andtwo at the back.
Eachshockabsorber
from
canbe disconnected
the tub by turningthe top of the shockmount
counterclockwise.
90". The shockcan be removedfromthe washerby turningthe bottom
shockmountcounterclockwise.
90'.
Fig.3-27
Openthedooron the controlboxto accessto
thetestpointsof the MotorControlUnit.(Fig.328)
Fig.3-25
Fig.3-28
3-7
REMOVING
THEHEATING
ELEMENT
ANDTEMPERATURE
SENSOR
Each weightis securedto the tub by three 13millimeterbolts. (Fig. 3-31)Remove the three
boltsand liftthe weightfromthe tub.
Disconnect
from
the wiringharnessconnectors
the heating
terminals
element
andloosenbutdo
n o t r e m o v et h e 1 0 -mi l l i me te
n ur t b e tween
the
(Fig.
heating
terminals.
3-29)Then
slide
element
the heatingelement
fromthetub.Slidethetemperature
sensorfromtheheatingelement
bracket.
Bolts
Temperature
Sensor
lOmm Nut
R E M O V I NTGH ET U B
ANDDRUMASSEMBLY
Therearethreeconcrete
weightsattached
to the
tubassembly.
Allthreemustbe removed
forsafe
removal
of thetubassembly.
Bolts
Fig.3-31
Removethe flat nuts from the tub for safekeeping. (Fig. 3-32)
Accessto the weighton the top frontof the tub
requiresremoving
the six screwssecuringthe
fromthewasherandretopfrontframemember
movingtheframemember.(Fig.3-30A)
Top Frame (Front)
Fig.3-32
Fig.3-304
Accessto theweighton the top backof the tub
requiresremoving
the two screwssecuringthe
top framememberto thewasherand removing
theframemember.(Fig.3-308)
Top
Frame
(Back)
Fig.3-308
3-8
The tub is heldin positionby fourshockabsorbers, two in f ront (Fig.3-33) and two at the back.
(Fig.3-34)Eachshockabsorbercan be disconnectedf romthe tub by turningthetop of the shock
mountcounterclockwise,90o. The shockcan
be removedfrom the washerby turningthe bottom shockmountcounterclockwise,
90'.
Removethe screwsecuring
the leftend of the
pressure
tubeconnector
to thetub. Then,press
downon theplastictabsecuring
therightendof
thepressure
tubeconnector
andpullit fromthe
tub.(Fig.3-35)
PressureTube
Gonnector
Removed
Front Shock
Absorbers
Fig. 3-35
Rear Shock
Absorbers
Disconnect
the venthoseand outlethosefrom
thetub.
Fig.3-33
At thebackof thetubassembly,
remove
thebelt
fromthedrumandmotorpulleys.(Fig.3-34-1)
springs
Removethe top endof the suspension
frame.To
fromthehangerslotin thetopcabinet
To removethe pulleyfromthe drum,placethe release
thespringat therightsideof thecabinet,
to removethe wiringharhandleof a crescent
wrenchthroughthe pulley it may be necessary
fromthecabinet.
andintothesteelbearinghubto keepthepulley nessretainer
fromturning (Fig.3-34-2)
is released
thetubislreeto
Oncethefinalspring
Usea 21-millimeter
socketwrenchto remove
the be removed
(Fig.3-36)
from
washer
the
cabinet.
-3)
nutsecuring
thepulleyto thedrum.(Fig.3-34
Disconnect
thegroundwirefromthebearing
hub
-a)
witha T-25Torxdriver.(Fig.34a
NOTE:Takecarenotto letthetub dropfreeinsidethecabinet.Thiscouldresultin damageto
in thecabinetor damageto thetub
components
assembly.
Fig.3-34
Fig.3-36
3-9
The two piecetub is heldtogetherwitha number
of metalclampswhichcan be removedby prying
them off with a flat bladedscrewdriver.(Fig. 3-
AG
ND
REASSEMBLIN
R E I N S T A L L I NTG
HE
T U BA S S E M B L Y
s7)
the tub
When reassembling
and reinstalling
assembly,take note of thesespecialprocedures.
1. When reassembling
the tub, be sure
to installall the metalclipsall around
the tub.A hammermay be necessary
to do this.
2. Whenreinstalling
theheaterelement,
properly
in the
be sureit is inserted
retainerinsidethe tub. (Fig.3-39)
Heater Glip
Thetubcannowo""?o^l^u!oand
thedrum
canbe
pulledfrom the back halfof the tub. (Fig.3-38)
",rli''
Fig.3-39
J.
Whenreinstalling
thetub,be sureto
hookthespringsintothe holestowardsthefrontof the tub.
4 . A smallpieceof ducttapemaybe
necessary
to holdtheflatnutin place
whenreplacing
thefrontbottomconcreteweighl.(Fig.3-40)
Fig.3-38
Fig.3-40
3-10
SectionFour
C O M P O N E N TT E S T I N G
CENTRAL
CONTROL
UNIT
ConnectorLocation
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Pressure Switch
Temperature Sensor
Dispenser Switch/Motor
lnlet Valves
DrainPump
6. Door Lock Solenoids
7. Motor Gontrol Unit Power
8. Door Lock Main Switches
9. Heating Element Relay
1 O .L i n e F i l t e r
{l.Serial Gomm Link
l2.Touchpad/LED Ribbon Gable
l3.Door Switch
14. Flowmeter
4-1
)g
ELECTRICAL
SHOCKHAZARD
Disconnectpowerbeforeservicing.
Replaceall panelsbeforeoperating.
Failureto do so can resultin deathor electricalshock.
CHECKS
COMPONENT
on the
Continuity
checkscanbe madeon variouscomponents
of thewasherfromtheconnectors
thewasherfromthewall
CentralControlUnit. Beforeperforming
anyof thesetests,disconnect
fromtheCentralControlUnitbefore
outlet.In addition,
disconnect
thewiringharness
connector
makinganycontinuity
tests.
PressureSwitch
thepressure
switch
Thepressure
switchcanbe checked
at variouswaterlevels.Disconnect
connector
fromthe controlbox.
r)
-rF;*-f*tT,
o
I r r "f S*"*
I
a
a a
{ *
{ t q #
I *:tn-**?,Frtr#F
! * ; a
WaterLevel
Test Points
Empty
SudsDetect
L1
Overflow
4to6
1lo2
4to5
3to4
0 ohm s
0 ohm s
0 ohms
Temperature
Sensor
ryt]q l
Hffi
trre
ffi
5
2 0 3 "F ( 95' C)
DispenserSwitchand Motor
Switch
Motor
TestPoints
Reading
6to5
3to1
0 ohms
1400ohm s
4-2
Reading
0 ohms
Waterlnlet Solenoids
Hot Water Solenoid
Cold Water Solenoid
TestPoints
Reading
7to5
3to1
800 ohms
800 ohms
DrainPumpMotor
oll4'&
!!*.;
em
::: , "-
TestPoints
Reading
2lo 1
1 5o h m s
*lH
'
I
Door Locl</UnlockSolenoids
Unlock Solenoid
Lock Solenoid
TestPoints
Reading
3to2
3to1
60 ohms
60 ohms
Door Lock Main Switches
a cycleand
the doormustbe locked.Beginby selecting
To checkthe doorlockmainswitches,
pressSTART.Youwillhearthedoorlocksolenoid
engage.Unplugthewasherfromthewall
points.
at thefollowing
outletandcheckforcontinuity
Main Switch 1
Main Switch 2
4-3
TestPoints
Reading
5to4
2to1
0 ohms
0 ohms
HeatingElementRelaySolenoid
Iq:
b#
Y{,
Test Points
Reading
2lo 1
1 5o h m s
DoorSwitch
\
Door Closed
Door Open
Test Points
Reading
2lo 1
2lo 1
0 ohms
Infinity
MOTORCONTR
OL UNIT
Connector Location
:
a
I
-''*J
I
-
--'q
Power Supply
Motor Connector
Serial Gomm Link
_i ) *ii".1;1.
f 3 ) rachometer
LINEFILTER
TestPoints
AtoB=0ohms
CtoD=0ohms
DISPENSER
ConnectorLocation
Dispenser Motor
Dispenser Switch
Dispenser
MotorContinuity
Check- 1400Cl
4-5
PRESSURE
SWITCH
ConnectorLocation
2 2 2 4 2 1 2 6 1 11 4 B l a n k
WaterLevel
ContactsMade
Empty
SudsDetect
Level1
Overflow
21 lo 22
1 1t o 1 4
21 to 24
21 lo 26
SENSOR
HEATING
ELEMENT
ANdTEMPERATURE
ConnectorLocation
HeatingElement
Heating Element Terminals
TestPoints
Reading
BetweenTerminals 15 ohms
Temperature
Sensor
32'F (o'C
122"F (50"
Temperature Sensor Terminals
2 0 3 ' F ( 9 5 "C )
RELAY
HEATING
ELEMENT
SOLENOID
4-6
= 15ohms
SectionFive
D I A G N O S I SA N D T R O U B L E S H O O T I N G
SUDSDETECTION
DuringDrainRoutine
DuringtheDrainRoutine,
Normaldrainwilloccuruntilthe
thewaterlevelis checked
continuously.
pressure
switchsensesno waterin thewashtubandthereis no foam(suds).Thedrainpumpwill
operatean additional
15 secondsafterthe pressureswitchreportsno wateror foam.
lf thedrainroutineoperates
switchsensesanyfoam(suds)in
forfour(4)minutes
andthepressure
"Kill-Foam"
(Seedescription
of this
Routine.
thewashtub,theCentral
ControlUnitwillstartthe
willrestart.lf, after
Routine
Routine
is concluded,
theDrainRoutine
below.)Afterthe Kill-foam
four(4)minutes
thepressure
switchstillsensesfoamin thewashtub,theCentralControlUnitwill
go intoFailureMode.Thedigitaldisplaywillshow,F02.
DuringSpin(Extract)Routine
lf, duringthisroutine,
continuously.
DuringtheSpin/Extract
Routine
thewaterlevelis checked
pressure
switchsensesthepresence
of foam(suds)in thewashtub,theCentralControlUnitwill
willcountthenumber
control
stopthedrivemotorandthebasketwillstopspinning.Theelectronic
of three(3)
of spinrepetitions
thatareattempted
dueto foam(suds).Therearea maximum
attemptsfor eachSpin/Extract
Routine.
lf countis equalto 0 - the Kill-Foam
Routine
is performed
switchdoesnot
lf countis greaterthan0 - theCentralControlUnitwillwaituntilthepressure
Routine.
sensefoamin thewashtubandrestarttheSpin/Extract
K i l l - F o a m R o u ti n e
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
TheRemaining
Timecounteris stopped.
ThedigitaldisplayshowsSud.
TheDrainPumpis turnedOFF.
TheCentral
ControlUnitwillfillthewashtubwith1 gal.(4 L) of coldwater.
Whilethetubis fillingthebasketwilltumble1 sec.ON/15sec.OFF.
Oncethetub is filled,thedrivemotorwillturnOFFandthebasketwillrestwithoutany
movement
forfive(5)minutes
willrestartandthedigitaldisplay
7. Afterthefive(5)minuterest,theremaining
timecounter
willshowtheremaining
timeleftin theroutine.
action
Routine,
thetumbling
wasinitiated
duringa Spin/Extract
NOTE:lf the Kill-Foam
routine
Spin/
the
Drain
or
willbe reduced
to a cycleof 3 sec.ON/13sec.OFF. lf, at theendof either
thedigitaldisplaywillshowSud.
ExtractRoutines,
a sudscondition
stillremains,
5 - 1
DOORLOCKING
ANDUNLOCKING
Locking
TheDoorLockingRoutine
willonlystartif thedooris securely
closedandthe DoorSwitchContact
is C L O SE D .
1. TheDoorLockRelayis energized
whenever
a washcycleis started.Therelayis operated
for40 milliseconds.
by thecentral
2. Duringthe nextthree(3)seconds,
thecontacts
on thedoorlockarechecked
controlunit
areCLOSED.
thisroutineis finished.
a. lf thecontacts
the
theCentralControlUnitenergizes
b. lf thecontacts
arestillopenafter3 seconds,
DoorLockRelayfor 40 ms andthenchecksthedoorlockcontactsfor 3 seconds.This
willoccura maximum
of 6 times.lf thedooris notlockedafter6 trials,theCentral
ControlUnitwillentera failuremodeandthedigitaldisplaywillshowFdL.
Unlocking
Unlockingwill occuronly underthe followingconditions:
has
1. Thedrivemotorspeedequals0 or thetimesincethedrivemotorSTOPcommand
beensentto the MotorControlUnitis greaterthan180seconds.
2. ThetimesincetheinletvalvewasCLOSEDis greaterthanfive(5)seconds.
3. lf thetemperature
of thewateris greaterthan122"F (50"C),thewaterwillbe drained
willoccur.
beforeunlocking
Woolor Handwash
cycles,
4. lf thewaterlevelis higherthanthewashlevelin theDelicate,
willoccur.
thewaterwillbe drainedbeforeunlocking
The UnlockingRoutineis:
for40 ms.
1. TheDoorUnlockRelayis energized
2. Duringthe nextthree(3)seconds,
thecontactsof the DoorLockarechecked.lf the conRoutine
is finished.
tactsareOPEN,the Unlocking
the CentralControlUnitener3. lf thecontactsarestillCLOSEDafterthree(3)seconds,
for three(3)
gizesthe DoorUnlockRelayfor40 ms.andthencheckthedoorlockcontacts
after6 trials,theCentralControlUnitwillentera
seconds.lf thedooris notunlocked
failuremodeandthedigitaldisplaywillshowFdU.
ChildSecurityRoutine
TheChildSecurityRoutineis initiated
at the startof a washcycle.
1.
2.
3.
4.
TheDooris Locked.
ThetubfillswithColdwaterforthree(3)seconds.
Thedooris Unlocked
for five(5)seconds.
Thedooris Lockedandthewashcyclebegins.
5-2
DetectionRoutine
Unbalance
Therearethree(3)Unbalance
checkspriorto thewashergoingintohighspeedspin.
Check1 Thischeckoccursduringthedistribution
ramp(whilebasketspinis accelerating
f rom40 to 100
rpm).
a. lf the MotorControlUnitdoesnotsensean unbalanced
condition,
therampwillcontinue.
b. lf theMotorControlUnitsensesan unbalanced
condition,
thedrivemotoris stopped.lf the
repetition
counter
for lowspeedspinis equalto 0, theCentralControlUnitwilladvance
to
thenextspinroutine.lf the repetition
counteris greater
than0, theCentralControlUnitwill
restart
thecurrentspinroutine.
Check2 Thischeckoccursat theendof thedistribution
ramp(whilebasketspinis a constant
100rpm).
5-3
ERRORCODES
No waterdetectedenteringmachineor Pressureswilch trip not detected.
machine
lf after30 seconds
thecontrol
andthen
doesnotdetectwaterentering
off
will
displayed.
valveswillbeturned andtheerrorcode be
Or
lf thecontrolhasturnedthewatervalveson andafterB minutestheflowmeterhas
10.5gallons
of waterpassing
through
it,buthasnotdetected
thepressure
detected
switchtrip,thevalveswillbeturnedoffandtheerrorcodewillflash.
PressPAUSE/CANCEL
twiceto clearthe display.
PotentialCauses
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
lf thereis nowaterin theunit:
. Makesurethatbothvalvesat thewatersource(s)
arelurnedon alltheway.
. Checkforplugged
intheinletvalves
screens
or kinkedinlethosesor plugged
. Verifyinletvalveoperation
lf thereis waterin the unit:
. VerifyDrainpumpoperation
. Pressure
connecled
to Tuband
SwitchHoseis in goodcondition
andproperly
Pressure
switch
Verifythereis nota siphonproblem
Pressure
Switch,
DrainPump,
Verifywireharness
to; InletValves,
connections
(CCU)
FlowMeter,andCentralControl
Unit
leaks
Checkallhosesforpossible
Verifypressure
switchoperation
Verifyflowmeteroperation
VerifyCCUoperation
LongDrain
lf thedraintimeexceeds8 minutes.
thewatervalvesareturnedoffand"F/02"is
flashed.
PressPAUSE/CANCEL
twiceto clearthe display.
NOTE:After4 minutesthe "Sud" errorwill be displayed,then 4 minuteslater
the FlO2errorcodewill be displayed.
PotentialCauses
. Checkthedrainhoseandmakesureit is notplugged
or kinked
. Checktheelectrical
connections
at thepumpandmakesurethepumpis running.
. Checkthedrainpumpfilterforforeign
objects
. lf theabovedoesnotcorrecttheproblemreplacethe pump
SensorError
WaterTemperature
sensor
lf duringthewaterheatingstepin thewashcycle,thewatertemperature
(NTC)valueis outol range,the"F/05"errorcodewillbe displayed.
PotentialCauses
.
.
ChecktheWaterTemperature
Sensor
Sensor
Checkconnections
to theWaterTemperature
ERRORCODES
Drive Motor Tachometer Error
The controlis unableto properlydetectmotorspeedand the machinewillshutdown.
lf a failureoccursduringhigh-speed
spinthe doorwillbe unlockedafter3 minutes.
PotentialCauses
.
.
.
.
Checkwireharnessconnections
betweenthe DriveMotorand the MotorControl
Unit(MCU),and betweenthe MCU and the CentralControl
Unit(CCU)
Replacethe DriveMotor
Replacethe MCU
Reolacethe WireHarness
MotorControlUnit Error
TheCentralControlUnithasdetected
a shortin themolorcontrol
unit.lf a failure
occursdurrng
high-speed
will
minutes.
spinthedoor be unlocked
after3
PotentialCauses
.
.
.
.
Checkwireharness
connections
between
the DriveMotorandtheMotorControl
Unit(MCU),
andbetween
Control
Unit(CCU)
theMCUandtheCentral
Replace
theMCU
Reolace
the DriveMotor
Reolace
theWireHarness
OverflowCondition
ll theOverflow
contacton theDressure
switchis Closedfor morethan60 seconds
willoccur.Inan Overflow
an Ovedlow
condition
condition,
theDoorwillremain
locked,
andtheDrainPumpwillrunconstantly,
is pressed
evenif PAUSE/CANCEL
twiceandtheDisplay
is cleared.
Unplug
theunitto service.
PotentialCauses
.
.
.
.
.
.
Checkthedrainhoseandmakesureit is notplugged
or kinked
CheckWireHarness
connections
to theDrainPump,Pressure
Switch,
and
Central
Control
Unit(CCU)
Checl</
CleanDrainPumpFilterof foreignobjects
CheckforDrainPumpFailure
Checkthe InletValvefor propershutoff
CheckthePressure
switchfor properoperation
MotorControlUnit(MCU)HeatSinkThermalTrip
protector
lf thethermal
on theMCUheatsinkgetstoohot,it willopenthethermal
protector
willbe
ontheheatsinkwhichwillstopmotorfunctions
andan "F110"
displayed.
PotentialCauses
.
.
.
.
.
Checkfor ProperInstallation,
verifythe unitis notlocatedneara sourceof heal
andhasproperventilation.
CheckWireHarness
Control
connections
to theMCU,themotor,andCentral
Unit(CCU)
ChecktheDrivesystemfor anywornor failedcomponents
Replace
MCU
Replace
Motor
ERRORCODES
SerialCommunicationError
Communication
betweenthe CentralControlUnit(CCU)and the MotorControlUnit
(MCU)cannotbe sentcorrectly.
PotentialCauses
.
.
.
.
.
.
to the MCU.the motor,and CentralControl
CheckWire Harnessconnections
U n i t( C C U )
Checkthe Drivesystemlor any wornor failedcomponents
ReplaceMCU
ReplaceCCU
ReplaceMotor
ReplaceWire Harness
Dispenser
CircuitError
lf thedispenser
motoris notableto bedrivento it'sproperposition.
PotentialCauses
.
.
.
motorto thetopof thedispenser.
linkage
fromdispenser
Checkmechanical
motorandCentral
Control
connections
to thedispenser
CheckWireHarness
(CCU)
Unit
Motor
ReplaceDispenser
EEPROM
Error
on boardthe
it'sdatafroman EEPROM
Unit(CCU)receives
TheCentral
Control
thisdatait willcausethiserror.
CCU.lf thereis an errorreadino
PotentialCauses
.
.
to
theUnitfortwominutes
A powerglitchmaycausethiserror.Tryunplugging
seeif thatfixesthe error.
Replace
CCU.
MotorControlUnit (MCU)Error
lf the MCUdetectsmultipleresetsor errorsduringa washcycleit willgo intothis
errormode.
PotentialCauses
.
.
.
.
.
Control
to theMCU,themotor,andCentral
connections
CheckWireHarness
Unit(CCU)
CheckDrivebelt
Reolace
MCU
ReolaceMotor
WireHarness
Replace
SUDSLOCK(Overdoseof Detergentdetectedduringthe WashCycle)
thecurrentdrawon
by analyzing
Themotorcontrolunitsensesa sudslockcondition
Thismay
a potential
sudslockis detected.
thedrivemotor.lf "Sud"is displayed
or excessive
suds.
detergent,
signifya badpump,an extraheavyload,excessive
5-6
ERRORCODES
PotentialCauses
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
lf too muchdetergentwas used,runthe unitthrougha Rinse/Spincyclethena
Normalcyclewithoutaddingany detergent.
Thisshouldclearthe unitof the
excessdetergent.
Checkthe drainhoseand makesureit is not pluggedor kinked
CheckWire Harnessconnections
to the DrainPump,PressureSwitch.and
CentralControlUnit(CCU)
ChecUCleanDrainPumpFilterof foreignobjects
CheckDrainPumo
Checkthe PressureSwitch
CheckCCU
DoorLock Error
lt willtrvto lockit 6 times
A DoorLockErroroccursif thedoorcannotbe locked.
beforedisplaying
theerror.
PotentialCauses
.
.
.
.
DoorLockMechanism
fromtheDoor
brokenor removed
Assembly
CheckDoorLock/Switch
to theDoorLock/Switch
Assembly
and
Checkthewireharness
connections
Central
Control
Unit(CCU)
DoorLocl</Switch
Assemblv
Failure
Door Unlock Error
A DoorUnlockErroroccursif the doorcannotbe unlocked.lt willtry to unlockthe
door6 timesbeforedisplaying
the error.
PotentialCauses
.
.
.
DoorLockMechanismbroken.
CheckDoor Lock/SwitchAssemblyfor foreignobjects
Assemblvand Central
CheckWire Harnessconnectionsto the Door Locl</Switch
(CCU)
ControlUnit
.
Door Lock/SwitchAssemblyFailure
Nole;The Door Locl</Switch
Assemblvcan be manuallvunlocked.See Section
Seven.TECHTIPS
5-7
DIAGNOSTIC
TEST
Thecontrolmustbe in theOFFstatebeforepressing
to startthetest.
thetouch-pad
sequence
Startingthe test mode
Closethe door.
Selectthe DRAIN/SPIN
cycle.
SelectNO SPINby pressingthe SPINSELECTbuttonfive (5) times.
Push PrewashOptionbuttonfour (4)timeswithinfive (5) seconds.C:00will show in the display.
lf the Startingprocedurefails,push PAUSE/CANCEL
button.Then repeatthe startingsequence.
TestProgramControlduringExecution
pushPrewashOptionbuttontwo (2)times.
To advanceto the nextstepof thetestprocedure,
OverviewTest Program
C:00
Door is Locked
DoorLockSystem
C:01
Fillingby coldwaterinletvalve
Flowmeter,
Coldwaterinletvalve
C:O2
position
Distribution
systemis setto Prewash
Dispenser
motor,
Dispenser
contact
C:03
Fillby hotwaterinletvalve
Hotwaterinletvalve
C:04
at washspeed
Drumrotatesclockwise
Motor.CIMcontrol
C:05
Heateris switched
ON.
withwashspeed.
Drumrotatesclockwise
lf thereis notenoughwaterin thetub,the
waterinletvalvewillbe switched
ON to fill-in
quantity.
water
the minimum
Heater.NTC
C:06
DrainPumpis ON
DrainPump
C:07
Drumrotatescounterclockwise
from35 to 90 rpm
within15seconds
Motor,CIMcontrol
C:08
Drumrotatescounterclockwise
withmax.speed
Drumspeed> 1100rpm
Motor.CIMcontrol
5-8
MotorContinuityTest
Disconnect
fromthemotorandmeasure
of themotorwindings.
thewireharness
theresistance
P i n 1 t o P i n2
Normal= approximately
6Q
Abnormal= infinitv
P i n2 to P i n3
Normal= approximately
6Q
Abnormal= infinity
Pin 1 to Pin 3
Normal= ?pproximately6 Q
Abnormal= infinity
WaterTemperature
Sensor
Disconnect
fromthewatertemperature
sensorandmeasure
the resistance
of the
thewireharness
sensor.
203"F (95"C)
5-9
TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE
WON'TPOWERUP. (Touch-pads
do notrespond
whenpressed)
WON'TSTARTCYCLE
Checkthe linevoltageand for blownfuses.
Checkfor voltagegoingto CentralControlUnit(CCU)by listen
i n gf o r a c l i c k i n t h e C C Uw h e nu n i ti s p l u g g e di n . l f n o c l i c k
replaceCCU.
Unplug the unitbeforecontinuing.
Checkcontinuity
of linecordand linefilter.
to CCU.
Checkharnessconnections
Checktouch-pad/LED
assembly.
1. Openandclosethedoor.Thedoorhasto be openedbetween
washcycles.
consecutive
unitusingthediagnostics.
2. Checkthedoorswitch/lock
DraintheUnit.
3. lf Dooris Locked,
4. Checkthewireharness
connections.
assembly.
5. Checkthetouch-pad/LED
Codeon thedisplay.
Checkfor a Fault/Error
buttononthetouch-pad
twice.
PressPAUSE/CANCEL
assembly
Checkthetouch-pad/LED
CheckthattheDrainhoseandDrainPumpFilteris clearof
foreignobjectsandnotplugged.
CheckDrainPump.
ChecktheCCU.
WON'TSHUTOFF
CONTROLWON'TACCEPT
SELECTIONS
twice.
1. PressPAUSE/CANCEL
buttononthetouch-pad
hose
andDrainPump
2. Draintheunit,thencheckthattheDrain
Filteris clearof foreignobjects.
Replace
Touch-pad/LED
assembly.
3. Chect</
4. Checkharness
connections.
5. ChecktheCCU.
W O N ' TD I S P E N S E
1. Verifytheunitis level.
Draweris notcloggedwithdetergent.
2. VerifyDispenser
to theunitandwithintheunit.
3. Checkwaterconnections
plugged
in
water
for
source.
screen
CheckDispense
molor.
Checkharnessconnections.
CheckCCU.
1 . Checkinstallation.
Checkinletvalves.
to theunitandwithintheunit.
Checkwaterconnections
forplugged
screenin watersource.
Pressure
Switch.
4 . CheckOperating
5 . ChecktheCCU.
"WON'TDISPENSE'
6 . Checkunderproblem
z.
5- 10
O V E RF I L L S
DRUMWON'TROTATE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Verifythe unitis level.
Checkpumpdrainsystem- thiscouldindicatea lailureto drain.
CheckOperatingPressureSwitch.
CheckPressureSwitchhose.
CheckFlowMeterooeration.
Checkthe CCU.
1
CheckDrivebelt.
CheckDrivemotor.
CheckWireHarnessconnections.
CheckMotorControlUnit.
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4
MOTOROVERHEATS
1
2
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4
connections.
CheckWireHarness
CheckDrainpump.
CheckDrainpumpmotor.
4 , CheckthattheDrainhoseandDrainPumpFilteris clearof
foreignobjects.
ChecktheCCU.
WON'TDRAIN
1.
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WATER
TEMPERATURE
CheckDrivemotor.
CheckWireHarness
conneclions.
CheckDrivebelt.
CheckMotorControl
Unit.
1
2
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4
Remove
system.
Shipping
Checkinstallation.
feet.
Checkleveling
properly.
CheckthattheInletHosesareconnected
Wire
Harness
to it.
ChecktheWaterHeaterand
connections
for
Sensor an abnormal
condition.
CheckWaterTemoerature
ChecktheCCU.
5-11
THECYCLECHARTS
READING
SampleCycleChart
handwash
Movement
.
.
.
perminuteof basketspin.
Speed(rpm)- Revolutions
for 1.5seconds,
stopfor
Reversing In thisexample
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andthenrepeat
for 1.5seconds,
stopfor 30.5seconds
30.5seconds,
thenrotateclockwise
of thecycle.
thesequence
throughout
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in thechartson pages5-20througn5-22. In this
SpinCycle Thespincycleis described
cyclewillusethe LS3spinprofile.
example
theHandWashable
Level
.
theoperating
Thepressure
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level
2. In other
is
level
through
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cycle
waterlevel.In thisexample
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allowed
switchwillfillto theL1 level,then
cyclesthewaterlevelcanvaryfromL1to L3. Thepressure
150%,(fromL1),to the L3
willallowan additional
50%for L2 andan additional
theflowmeter
level.
DispenserBox
.
boxwillbe usedduringthecycle.In this
Thislinedescribes
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exampleonlythe MainWash(mw)and FabricSoftener(soft)are used. Otherportionsof the
(pw)andBleach(bleach).
dispenser
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Temp
.
.
is variablebasedon consumerinputand what is allowableby the
Fill - The watertemperature
cycle.
Heating- This dependson whetherthe unitis equippedwith a heatingelementand whether
the cyclecallsfor heating.ln this examplethe heateris not used
Time
.
This linedescribesthe lengthof time each portionof the cyclewill take. The time for eachfill
portionis basedon inputfrom the pressureswitch.
Door
.
The door is lockedthroughoutthe cycle exceptfor the Child SecurityRoutine.
5-12
Pump
.
Ll +15s- Thepumpwillturnon anddrainthetubto lowestfilllevel,(SudsDetect),
andthenrun
for an additional
15seconds.
Options
.
2nd rinse - lf thisoptionis selectedby the consumer,this line indicateswhen it will occur
duringthe maincycleand it's duration.
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Unplugthe powercordfromthe outlet.
Removethe lowertoe panel.
Reachup alongthe insideof the frontpaneland locatethe bottomof the doorlatchassembly.
Locatedon the bottomof the door latchassemblyis a tear-dropshapedtab.
Gentlypullthetab downabout/q" or unlila clickis heard.
The door may now be opened.
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