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■ Check all connections before replacing
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before
servicing.
Replace all parts and
panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result
in death or electrical shock.
IMPORTANT
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Sensitive
Electronics
ESD problems are present everywhere. ESD may
damage or weaken the electronic control assembly.
The new control assembly may appear to work well
after repair is finished, but failure may occur at a later
date due to ESD stress.
components. Look for broken or loose wires, failed
terminals, or wires not pressed into connectors far
enough.
■ A potential cause of a control not functioning
is corrosion or contamination on connections.
Observe connections and check for continuity
with an ohmmeter.
■ Connectors: Look at top of connector. Check for
broken or loose wires. Check for wires not pressed
into connector far enough to engage metal barbs.
■ Resistance checks must be made with washer
unplugged or power disconnected.
Two-Digit
Indicator
C1
DIAGNOSTIC TESTS
There are three diagnostic test modes available:
Automatic, Manual, and Console and Indicators. These
tests allow the factory or service personnel to test and
verify all inputs to the machine/motor control. You may
want to allow the automatic test cycle to complete prior
to going into specific troubleshooting tests, to verify
the functionality of all washer subsystems.
C2
C3
■ Use an anti-static wrist strap. Connect wrist strap
to green ground connection point or unpainted
metal in the appliance -OR- Touch your finger
repeatedly to a green ground connection point or
unpainted metal in the appliance.
■ Before removing the part from its package, touch
the anti-static bag to a green ground connection
point or unpainted metal in the appliance.
■ Avoid touching electronic parts or terminal
contacts; handle electronic control assembly by
edges only.
■ When repackaging failed electronic control
assembly in anti-static bag, observe above
instructions.
DIAGNOSTIC GUIDE
Before servicing, check the following:
■ Make sure there is power at the wall outlet.
■ Has a household fuse blown or circuit breaker tripped?
Was a regular fuse used? Use a time-delay fuse.
■ Are both hot and cold water faucets open and water
supply hoses unobstructed?
■ All tests/checks should be made with a VOM (volt-ohmmilliammeter) or DVM (digital-voltmeter) having a
sensitivity of 20,000 Ω per volt DC or greater.
NOTE: Avoid using large diameter probes when
checking harness connectors as the probes may
damage the connectors upon insertion.
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ACTIVATION OF AUTOMATIC
DIAGNOSTIC TEST MODE
1. Be sure the washer is in standby mode (plugged
in with all indicators off; or with only the Clothes
Clean or Done indicator on).
2. Select any one button (except POWER, START,
START/PAUSE, STOP, and PAUSE/CANCEL) and
follow the steps below, using the same button:
a. Press/hold 3 seconds.
b. Release for 3 seconds.
c. Press/hold 3 seconds.
d. Release for 3 seconds.
e. Press/hold 3 seconds.
➔ If this test mode has been entered successfully,
all indicators on the console are illuminated for
5 seconds with 88 showing in the Estimated
Time Remaining two-digit display.
➔ If indicators do not display as described above,
the press/hold/release procedure above may
not have been performed within the time frame
necessary for successful entry. Repeat step 2
to ensure this was not the cause. If still
unsuccessful, see Diagnostic: Unsuccessful
Entry, at right.
3. The test sequence continues by checking for saved
fault codes:
➔ If there are saved fault codes, see Diagnostic:
Saved Fault Codes, page 2.
➔ If there are no saved fault codes, all indicators
on the console will momentarily turn off, then
turn back on with 88 displayed. After
5 seconds, the Automatic test, below, begins.
DIAGNOSTIC: Automatic
Performs a five-minute automatic test with water
functions to check major washer functions (lid can be
open). Press the same button used in step 2 above to
advance through automatic test steps.
NOTE: Basket must be floating in order to agitate.
Step C1 must be allowed to complete before
advancing to step C5.
Two-Digit
Indicator
Machine
Function
C0
Slow spin to
23 rpm.
Recommended
Procedure
If no spin go to
Manual: Motor, Spin
test, page 2.
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C4
Machine
Function
Warm water fills
through Fresh
and Detergent
valves, then
Fresh valve until
basket floats
(disengages);
then washer
continues filling
through Fresh
and Detergent
valves to minimum
water level.
Cold water fills
through Bleach
valve for
10 seconds.
For Eco models,
“Good” LED on.**
Hot water fills
through Fabric
Softener* valve
for 10 seconds.
For Eco models,
“Good” LED on.**
Warm water fills
through
Detergent valve
for 10 seconds.
For Eco models,
“Good” LED on.**
Recommended
Procedure
If no water, or fill
temperature is wrong, go
to Manual: Water Valves
test, page 2.
If basket does not float
or disengage, determine
cause of friction.
If no water in bleach cup,
go to Manual: Water
Valves test, page 2.
If no water in fabric
softener cup, go to
Manual: Water Valves
test, page 2.
If no water in detergent
cup, go to Manual: Water
Valves test, page 2.
Heater turns on Test the heater element
for 5 seconds.♦ as described in
TEST #9, page 6.
Agitate for
15 seconds. If no wash action, go to
C6
For Eco models, Manual: Motor, Agitate
“Good 1” LED on.** test, page 2.
Recirculate for If water is not being
10 seconds. recirculated, go to Manual:
C7
For Eco models,
Pumps test, page 2.
“Good 2” LED on.**
Drain to basket If water is not draining, go to
engaged plus Manual: Pumps test, page 2.
timed drain for
C8
10 seconds. If basket does not
For Eco models, engage, determine cause
“Best” LED on.** of friction.
If drain pump is not on, go to
Drain & Slow Manual: Pumps test, page 2.
spin 23 rpm for If basket is not turning, go to
5 seconds, then Manual: Motor test, page 2.
C9
coast to 0 rpm. If basket does not stop
For Eco models, spinning within 10 seconds,
“Best” LED on.** press STOP or PAUSE/
CANCEL and restart test.
If no end of cycle beep,
(none)
make sure cycle signal is
End of Cycle
(Test
on. From Setting Mode,
beep.
ends)
pressing buttons should
sound valid key press beep.
C5
* C3 will be displayed but no water will be dispensed in
models that have a centrifugal fabric softener dispenser.
♦ C5 will be displayed but no action will be taken on
non-heater models.
** For Eco models, there are four LEDs in the Eco Monitor:
Good, Good 1, Good 2, and Best.
DIAGNOSTIC: Unsuccessful Entry
If entry into diagnostic mode is unsuccessful (see steps
1 and 2 of Activation of Automatic Diagnostic Test Mode,
at left), refer to the following indications and actions:
Indication 1: None of the indicators or display turns on.
Action: Press POWER button to enter setting mode.
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➔ If indicators come on, try to change the function
for the button used to activate the diagnostic test
mode. If that button fails to change the function,
something is faulty with the button, and it is not
possible to enter the diagnostic mode.
➔ If no indicators come on after pressing POWER
button, go to TEST #1, page 4.
Indication 2: Fault code flashes from the display.
Action: Review the Display Fault/Error Codes table,
page 3, for the recommended procedure.
DIAGNOSTIC: Saved Fault Codes
The washer will save up to 4 of the most recent
fault codes. Fault codes will not be saved or displayed
in any order. If there are saved fault codes (as indicated
in step 3 of Activation of Automatic Diagnostic Test
Mode, page 1), a saved fault code will be displayed and
alternately show “F” and “XX” where XX is the fault code,
and all the cycle selector indicators flash.
Press and release
the same button
➔ The next saved fault code
used to activate
is displayed.
Diagnostics
Repeat
➔ The next saved fault code
is displayed.
Repeat
➔ The final saved fault code
is displayed.
All indicators momentarily turn
Repeat
➔ off, then stay on. After 5 seconds,
Automatic test cycle begins.
NOTE: Fault codes are retained, after displaying them
and/or interrupting power.
ACTIVATION OF MANUAL DIAGNOSTIC
TEST MODE
1. Read and perform steps 1 and 2 under
Activation of Automatic Diagnostic Test Mode,
page 1, and press the same button once during the
5 second display time of the 88.
NOTE: If the button is not pressed within 5 seconds,
the Automatic test will start (after saved fault codes).
2. If done successfully, a single beep occurs and the
two-digit display shows the User Interface ID# (08,
09, etc.) for 3 seconds, then displays 00 and the
Add A Garment indicator LED flashes. See
Diagnostic: Manual, below.
DIAGNOSTIC: Manual
Enter Manual Diagnostic test mode, above. Two-digit
display shows 00, and Add A Garment indicator LED
is flashing.
NOTE: If there is no activity (button press, cycle select)
within 5 minutes, the control automatically exits
Diagnostic mode and enters standby mode.
Manual: Water Valves (See Manual Activation, above)
To check FRESH valve select or press the following:
WHITEST WHITES or WHITES ➔ START or START/
PAUSE (turns on Fresh valve, cycle indicator flashes)
➔ WASH TEMP/RINSE TEMP (enables fill of Hot,
Warm, Cold, or no water according to WASH TEMP/
RINSE TEMP selection and indicator) ➔ START or
START/PAUSE (turns off Fresh valve, cycle indicator
is steady on).
To check DETERGENT valve select or press the
following:
HEAVY DUTY ➔ START or START/PAUSE (turns on
Detergent valve, cycle indicator flashes) ➔ WASH
TEMP/RINSE TEMP (enables fill of Hot, Warm, Cold,
or no water according to WASH TEMP/RINSE TEMP
selection and indicator) ➔ START or START/PAUSE
(turns off Detergent valve, cycle indicator is steady on).
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To check FABRIC SOFTENER valve select or press
the following:
NORMAL ➔ START or START/PAUSE (turns on Fabric
Softener valve, cycle indicator flashes) ➔ WASH TEMP/
RINSE TEMP (enables fill of Hot, Warm, Cold, or no
water according to WASH TEMP/RINSE TEMP selection
and indicator) ➔ START or START/PAUSE (turns off
Fabric Softener valve, cycle indicator is steady on).
To check BLEACH valve select or press the following:
CASUAL (for models WTW7600 and WTW7800) or
SHEETS (for models WTW7300 and WTW7340) ➔
START or START/PAUSE (turns on Bleach valve,
cycle indicator flashes) ➔ WASH TEMP/RINSE
TEMP (enables fill of Hot, Warm, Cold, or no water
according to WASH TEMP/RINSE TEMP selection
and indicator) ➔ START or START/PAUSE (turns
off Bleach valve, cycle indicator is steady on).
➔ If any valve fails to turn on, go to TEST #2, page 4.
Manual: Pumps (See Manual Activation, at left)
Models with Push-button cycles:
Press and release:
CLEAN WASHER
(Impeller) or DRAIN &
SPIN (Agitator)
Repeat
Repeat
Repeat
Turns on recirculation pump,
button indicator is steady on.
Turns off recirculation pump,
button indicator turns off.
Turns on drain pump, button
indicator flashes.
Turns off drain pump, button
indicator turns off.
Models using Cycle Selector:
Select CLEAN WASHER, DRAIN & SPIN, or RINSE/DRAIN & SPIN.
Press and release:
➔ Turns on recirculation pump,
START
cycle indicator is steady on.
Repeat
➔ Turns off recirculation pump,
cycle indicator is off.
Repeat
➔ Turns on drain pump, cycle
indicator flashes.
Repeat
➔ Turns off drain pump, cycle
indicator is off.
➔ If pumps fail to turn on, go to TEST #7, page 6.
Manual: Lid Switch (See Manual Activation,
at left)
Opening the lid should cause the Clothes Clean or Done
status indicator to turn off. Closing the lid should cause
the indicator to turn on.
➔ If Clothes Clean or Done indicator does not turn
off or on, go to TEST #8, page 6.
Manual: Lid Lock (See Manual Activation, at left)
NOTE: Lid must be closed. If lid is not closed, an invalid
button press beep will occur when performing next step.
Press and release:
2nd RINSE or ➔ Lid locks, Lid Lock indicator
turns on.
EXTRA RINSE
Repeat
➔ Lid unlocks, Lid Lock
indicator turns off.
➔ If lid does not lock or unlock, go to TEST #8, page 6.
Manual: Motor (See Manual Activation, at left)
Rotor Position Sensor (RPS): Uses Wash, Rinse,
and Spin indicators to detect the three hall sensors.
Console may have up to two of these indicators on
at one time when the basket is not moving. Open lid
and rotate basket by hand. The Wash, Rinse, and Spin
status indicators should toggle on and off according
to direction the basket is being turned.
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➔ If none of these indicators are on, go to TEST #3,
page 4.
Spin: To activate Spin, lid must be closed with lid lock
enabled. See Manual: Lid Lock test, at left.
NOTE: If lid is not closed, an invalid button press
beep will occur when performing next step.
Press and
release:
SPIN SPEED, ➔ Motor/basket spins at 23 rpm.
WATER LEVEL
or LOAD SIZE
Repeat
➔ Motor/basket spins at 530 rpm.
Repeat
➔ Motor/basket spins at ≥ 950 rpm.
Repeat
➔ Motor turns off.
NOTE: Indicators above button scroll from top to bottom.
➔ If motor fails to spin, go to TEST #3, page 4.
Agitate: Water must cover the wash plate (or agitator
vanes) to ensure the basket is floating prior to
agitation. Enabling agitation without enough water
may cause a fault condition to occur. See Manual:
Water Valves test, at left.
Press and release:
SOIL LEVEL
Repeat
Repeat
Repeat
➔ Gentle wash action.
➔ Normal wash action.
➔ Heavy wash action.
➔ Motor turns off.
NOTE: Indicators above button scroll from top to bottom.
➔ If motor fails to agitate, go to TEST #3, page 4.
Manual: Heater (If supplied) (See Manual
Activation, at left)
Water must cover the wash plate to ensure the heater
is completely submerged. Heater cannot be enabled
if there is less than 75 mm of water in the washer tub.
➔ Press and release RINSE/DRAIN & SPIN and turn on
the cold valve (See Manual: Water Valves test, at left).
Manual: Basket Illumination (If supplied)
(It is not necessary to perform the Manual Activation)
The washer should be in standby mode. The basket
illumination is activated by opening the lid and it turns
off after 5 minutes, or 30 seconds after the lid is closed.
ACTIVATION OF CONSOLE AND
INDICATORS DIAGNOSTIC TEST MODE
This test checks the cycle selector knob, indicators,
buttons, two-digit display, and beeper.
1. Plug in washer or reconnect power.
2. From Standby (Off) Mode, press and release
(key-dance) the following buttons within 4 seconds:
SOIL
WASH/RINSE
SOIL
WASH/RINSE
➔
➔
➔
LEVEL
TEMP
LEVEL
TEMP
If successful, two-digit
will display and you will
have 5 seconds to complete next step.
3. Within 5 seconds of
showing in display, press
START or START/PAUSE (all indicators in display
are illuminated and 88 is displayed).
➔ Press START or START/PAUSE a second time. This
turns off the two-digit display and status indicators
or eco monitor except for the Delay indicator (if
present). All other indicators remain illuminated.
➔ Press START or START/PAUSE a third time. This
turns on the two-digit display and status indicators
or eco monitor except for the Delay indicator (if
present). All other indicators remain illuminated.
➔ Press DELAY START (DELAY WASH). This turns
off the Delay indicator.
➔ Press DELAY START (DELAY WASH) a second
time. This turns on the Delay indicator.
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4. Rotate WASH CYCLE selector back and forth.
Indicators will toggle on (or off).
5. Press buttons to verify function. Indicators will toggle on
(or off) and beep tone will sound when buttons are pressed.
NOTE: Pressing SOIL LEVEL, SPIN SPEED, WATER
LEVEL or LOAD SIZE, and WASH/RINSE TEMP will cause
all indicators above these buttons to toggle on (or off) at
one time. For Eco models, pressing the POWER button
will exit the test.
If any of the following occur during preceding steps, see
TEST #4, page 5:
✔ None of the indicators light up
✔ No beep sound is heard
✔ Some buttons do not light indicators
DEACTIVATION OF DIAGNOSTIC TEST MODE
Press the STOP, PAUSE/CANCEL, or POWER button
at any time to exit Automatic, Manual, or Console &
Indicators diagnostic test modes. NOTE: For Eco models,
only the POWER button is available to exit the test modes.
DISPLAY FAULT/ERROR CODES
Display
EXPLANATION AND
(Saved
Code)
RECOMMENDED PROCEDURE
Long Fill
LF flashes when the water level does not
change for a period of time OR water is
present but control does not detect the water
level changing.
➔ Is water supply connected and turned on?
➔ Are hose screens plugged?
➔ Is water siphoning out of the drain hose?
Check for proper drain hose installation.
➔ Is the pressure hose connection from the
tub to the machine/motor control pinched,
kinked, plugged, or leaking air?
➔ See TEST #2, page 4.
Long Drain
Ld flashes when the water level does not
change after the drain pump is on.
➔ Is the drain hose or the drain pump clogged?
➔ Is the drain hose height greater than 96"?
➔ Is the pressure hose connection from the
tub to the machine/motor control pinched,
kinked, plugged, or leaking air?
➔ Is the pump running? If not, see TEST #7,
page 6.
Unbalanced Load
uL is displayed when the machine/motor
control detects an off-balance load, and is
steady on while the washer runs a mini-cycle
to rebalance the load.
(none) ➔ Display clears if mini-cycle successfully
rebalanced the load.
➔ If the mini-cycle is unsuccessful, uL will
flash until the lid is opened, allowing the
customer to view and redistribute the load.
Overloaded
oL flashes when the machine/motor control
detects a load size that exceeds the
washer’s capacity OR basket cannot
disengage. This may signify:
➔ Load size exceeds washer capacity. Remove
excess laundry, then restart cycle.
➔ Mechanical friction on drive mechanism,
not allowing the basket to disengage.
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Code)
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Display
EXPLANATION AND
RECOMMENDED PROCEDURE
(Saved
Code)
RECOMMENDED PROCEDURE
Suds Detection
Pressure Signal Out-of-Range
Sd is displayed when the machine/motor
control, by analyzing drag on the basket,
detects a suds-lock condition, and is steady on
while the control then runs a mini cleanout
cycle. If the cleanout cycle is unable to correct
the over-sudsing problem, the cycle ends and
Sd flashes in the display. This may signify:
➔ Load is bunched or twisted around agitator.
➔ Excessive detergent usage.
➔ Basket cannot engage during drain step.
➔ Mechanical friction on drive mechanism,
not allowing basket to engage.
F then 1 flashes when the control detects an
out of range pressure signal.
➔ Check pressure hose connection from tub
to machine/motor control. Is hose pinched,
kinked, plugged, or leaking air?
➔ If F then 1 repeats numerous times after
POWER is pressed and the pressure hose
connection is not pinched or kinked,
replace the machine/motor control.
Open/Close Lid
Keypad/User Interface Failure
F then 2 flashes when in:
➔ Diagnostic Test mode if a stuck key is
detected.
➔ Standby mode if there is a user interface
mismatch.
➔ See TEST #4, page 5.
lid flashes when the following conditions
occur:
➔ User presses START with lid open.
➔ User presses START after 2 consecutive
machine cycles without opening lid.
➔ The machine/motor control cannot detect the
lid switch opening and closing properly.
➔ See TEST #8, page 6.
ATC Thermistor Open/Short
Pump Out (lid opened)
Motor RPS Thermistor Open/Short
Po flashes when drain pump begins pumping
out water from tub upon activation by the
(none) lid having been left open for more than 10
minutes.
➔ Close lid to stop drain pump.
Hot, Cold Reversed
HC flashes when the hot and cold inlet hoses
are reversed.
➔ Make sure inlet hoses are connected
(none)
correctly.
➔ If hoses are installed properly, Automatic
Temperature Control may be stuck in low
resistance range. See Test #5, page 5.
Lid Lock Failure
dL flashes if the following conditions occur:
➔ Lid is not closed completely due to
interference.
➔ Check for lock interference with lid or lock
bezel.
➔ Wash media buildup is preventing the lock
bolt from extending.
➔ Machine/motor control detects open lid
switch when attempting to lock.
➔ Machine/motor control cannot determine if
lid lock is in a locked state.
➔ See TEST #8, page 6.
Lid Unlock Failure
dU flashes if the following conditions occur:
➔ Excessive force on lid is preventing lock bolt
from retracting.
➔ Wash media buildup is preventing lock bolt
from retracting.
➔ Machine/motor control cannot determine if
lid lock is in an unlocked state.
➔ See TEST #8, page 6.
F then 40 flashes when the ATC Thermistor is
detected to be open or shorted.
➔ See TEST #5, page 5.
F then 41 flashes when the motor rotor
position sensor (RPS) thermistor is detected to
be open or shorted.
➔ See TEST #3, page 4.
NOTE: This error code is only displayed when
viewing saved fault codes.
➔ See Diagnostic Test, page 1, for accessing
saved fault codes.
Heater in unknown state
F then 42 flashes when the control cannot
detect if the heater is ON or OFF.
➔ See TEST #9, page 6.
Heater is continuously ON
F then 43 flashes when the heater is ON when
it should be OFF.
➔ See TEST #9, page 6.
Heater cannot be turned ON
F then 44 flashes when the heater has been
turned ON by the control, but the control
cannot detect that the heater is ON.
➔ See TEST #9, page 6.
Motor Stalled
F then 50 flashes when the motor rotor
position sensor (RPS) senses no rotation.
➔ Does basket turn freely? If not, make sure
bottom shipping pack has been removed.
Determine cause of friction.
➔ If basket turns freely, see TEST #3, page 4.
Motor RPS Failure
F then 51 flashes when there is a motor rotor
position sensor (RPS) failure or lower harness
problem.
➔ See TEST #3, page 4.
Motor Stop Failure
F then 52 flashes when the motor rotor position
sensor (RPS) senses rotation after Stop
command.
➔ See TEST #3, page 4.
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Display
EXPLANATION AND
(Saved
Code)
RECOMMENDED PROCEDURE
POSSIBLE CAUSE/TEST
PROBLEM
Motor Control Overtemp
F then 53 flashes when the machine/motor
control detects high temperature for the motor
module.
➔ Does basket turn freely? If not, determine
cause of friction.
➔ If basket turns freely, see TEST #3, at right.
OVER FILLS
Motor Control Overcurrent
F then 54 flashes when the machine/motor
control detects high current for the motor
module.
➔ Does basket turn freely? If not, determine
cause of friction.
➔ If basket turns freely, see TEST #3, at right.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
POSSIBLE CAUSE/TEST
PROBLEM
NOTE: Possible Cause/Test must
be performed in the sequence
shown for each problem.
WON’T SHUT
OFF WHEN
EXPECTED
CONTROL
WON’T ACCEPT
SELECTIONS
WON’T
DISPENSE
WON’T FILL
1. User interface assembly. See
TEST #4, page 5.
2. Lid switch. See TEST #8,
page 6.
User interface assembly. See
TEST #4, page 5.
1. Check water connections to
washer.
2. Check for plugged screen in
water source.
3. Log valve. See TEST #2, at
right.
1. Check water connections to
washer.
2. Check for plugged screen in
water source.
3. Log valve. See TEST #2, at right.
4. Unplug washer or disconnect
power.
5. Check harness connections.
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1. Unplug washer or disconnect
power.
2. Check pressure hose connections.
3. Check to see if the pressure
hose has a hole, is pinched,
or is plugged.
4. Water level and calibration.
See TEST #6, page 5.
2. Unplug washer or disconnect
power.
3. Check harness connections.
4. Lid switch. See TEST #8, page 6.
5. Motor. See TEST #3, at right.
WON’T SPIN
WON’T DRAIN
1. Lid switch. See TEST #8,
page 6.
2. Unplug washer or disconnect
power.
3. Check harness connections.
4. Motor. See TEST #3, at right.
1. Check drain hose installation.
2. Check for plugged drain hose.
3. Drain pump. See TEST #7, page 6.
INCORRECT
WATER
TEMPERATURE
1. Check for swapped water
connections to washer.
2. ATC (Automatic Temperature
Control). See TEST #5,
page 5.
ALL HOT FILLS
1. ATC thermistor stuck in high
resistance range.
2. ATC (Automatic Temperature
Control). See TEST #5, page 5.
WON’T
RECIRCULATE
WATER
1. Unplug washer or disconnect
power.
2. Check for plugged recirculation
hose.
3. Check for leaks in recirculation
system.
4. Recirculation pump. See
TEST #7, page 6.
WON’T POWER
UP
1. Supply connections. See
(No response
TEST #1, at right.
when buttons are
2. Unplug washer or disconnect
pressed.)
power.
WON’T START
3. Check harness connections.
CYCLE
4. User interface assembly. See
(No response
TEST #4, page 5.
when Start button is pressed.)
NOTE: Possible Cause/Test must
be performed in the sequence
shown for each problem.
WON’T AGITATE 1. Make sure basket is floating.
Basket Re-engagement Failure
F then 72 flashes when the basket check
routine fails to determine if the basket is
re-engaged after being disengaged.
➔ Is the basket floating? if yes, pump out
water. See Long Drain (Ld) procedure.
➔ Does basket turn freely? If not, determine
cause of friction.
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DISPLAY IS
FLASHING
See Display Fault/Error Codes,
page 3.
TROUBLESHOOTING TESTS
TEST #1 Supply connections
This test assumes that proper voltage is present at the
outlet.
1. Unplug washer or disconnect power.
2. Access the machine/motor control assembly. See
Accessing & Removing the Electronic Assemblies,
page 6.
3. With an ohmmeter, check for continuity between the
neutral (N) terminal of the plug and P13-1 on the
machine/motor control. See figures 4 and 5, page 15.
➔ If there is continuity, go to step 4.
➔ If there is no continuity, replace the power cord.
4. In a similar way, check the continuity between the L1
terminal of the plug and P13-3 on the machine/motor
control. See figures 4 and 5, page 15.
➔ If there is continuity, go to step 5.
➔ If there is no continuity, replace the power cord.
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5. Visually check that the P13 connector is inserted all
the way into the machine/motor control.
6. Visually check that the user interface assembly is
properly inserted into the front console.
7. If both visual checks pass, replace the user interface
assembly. See Reinstalling the Electronic
Assemblies, page 6.
8. Plug in washer or reconnect power.
9. Follow procedure under Activation of Console and
Indicators Diagnostic Test mode, page 2, to verify
repair.
10. If indicators still do not light, the machine/motor
control has failed:
➔ Unplug washer or disconnect power.
➔ Replace the machine/motor control assembly.
➔ Plug in washer or reconnect power.
TEST #2 Log Valve
This test checks the electrical connections to the valves,
and the valves themselves.
1. Check the relays and electrical connections to the
valves by performing the steps under Diagnostic:
Manual, then Manual: Water Valves, page 2. Each
step in the test activates a group of valves. The
following steps assume one (or more) valve(s)
failed to turn on.
2. For the valve(s) in question, check the individual
solenoid valves:
➔ Unplug washer or disconnect power.
➔ Disconnect connector P1 and P2 from the
machine/motor control. See figure 5, page 15.
➔ Check harness connection to solenoid valves.
3. Check resistance of valve coils at contacts P1 and P2
shown in the wiring diagram on page 16. Resistance
should be between 790–840 Ω.
➔ If resistance readings are tens of ohms outside of
range, replace the entire log valve assembly.
➔ If resistance readings are within range, replace the
machine/motor control assembly.
4. Reconnect connectors P1 and P2 to the machine/
motor control.
TEST #3 Motor Circuit
This test checks the wiring to the motor and rotor
position sensor; and the motor and rotor position sensor
themselves.
NOTE: Drain water from tub.
1. See Activation of Manual Diagnostic Test Mode,
page 2 and check the motor and electrical
connections by performing the Spin test under
Manual: Motor, page 2. The following steps assume
that this step failed.
2. Unplug washer or disconnect power.
3. Check to see if basket will turn freely.
➔ If basket turns freely, go to step 4.
➔ If basket does not turn freely, determine what is
causing the mechanical friction or lock up.
4. Remove the console to access the machine/motor
control assembly. See Accessing & Removing the
Electronic Assemblies, page 6.
5. Visually check that the P5 and P10 connectors are
inserted all the way into the machine/motor control.
➔ If visual checks pass, go to step 6.
➔ If visual checks fail, reconnect P5 and P10 and
repeat step 1.
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6. Visually check that the P5 and P10 connectors are
inserted all the way into the machine/motor control.
➔ With an ohmmeter, verify resistance values as
shown below:
Check
between
connector
pins
Resistance
values
should be:
Go to
step 7 if
values are:
Go to
step 12 if:
1-2
Much higher
31 Ω ± 5 Ω
than 31 Ω
1-3
Resistances
6-5
Much higher
at all
6-4 1.5 kΩ ± 100 Ω or much connectors
lower than are correct
P10
6-3
1.5 kΩ
1-7 600 Ω to 21.2 kΩ Out of range
P5
7. Tilt washer forward to access the bottom of the
washer and the drive motor area. See figure 1,
page 14. Remove the motor bolt, then the motor
cover to access the motor connections. See figure 2,
page 14.
8. Visually check the mounting bracket and electrical
connections to the motor and rotor position sensor
board.
➔ If visual check passes, go to step 9.
➔ If visual check fails, reconnect the electrical
connections, reassemble stator and motor cover
and repeat step 1.
9. With an ohmmeter, check for continuity between all
pins on the P10 machine motor control connector
and the motor rotor position sensor (RPS) connector.
See figures 2 and 5, pages 14 and 15.
➔ If there is continuity, check the motor windings.
If the motor windings are open, replace the drive
motor.
➔ If there is no continuity, replace the lower machine
harness.
10. With an ohmmeter, check for continuity between
all pins on the P5 machine/motor control connector
and the drive motor connector.
➔ If there is continuity, replace the drive motor.
➔ If there is no continuity, replace the lower
machine harness.
11. The drive motor and lower harness are good.
Replace the motor RPS board and perform the
Diagnostics test in step 1 to verify repair.
12. If the Diagnostics motor test in step 1 failed, then
the machine/motor control has failed:
➔ Unplug the washer or disconnect power.
➔ Replace the machine/motor control assembly.
➔ Perform the Motor Diagnostics in step 1 to verify
repair.
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4. Plug in washer or reconnect power.
5. Follow procedure under Activation of Console and
Indicators Diagnostic Test mode, page 2 to verify
repair.
6. If indicators still do not light, the machine/motor
control has failed:
➔ Unplug washer or disconnect power.
➔ Replace the machine/motor control assembly.
➔ Plug in washer or reconnect power.
➔ Activate the Console and Indicators Diagnostic
Test mode, page 2 to verify repair.
No beep sound is heard:
1. Perform steps in Accessing & Removing the
Electronic Assemblies, page 6 and visually check
that the P11 connector is inserted all the way into
the machine/motor control.
➔ If visual check passes, replace the user interface
assembly.
10. Remove the P9 connector, and using an ohmmeter,
measure the resistance between pins P9-1 and
P9-3. Verify that the resistance is within range as
shown in the following table:
THERMISTOR RESISTANCE
Temperature
Resistance ( )
32°F (0°C)
32.6–34.2 kΩ
40°F (4.4°C)
26–27.5 kΩ
50°F (10°C)
19–20.5 kΩ
60°F (16°C)
15–15.7 kΩ
70°F (21°C)
11.7–12.2 kΩ
80°F (27°C)
9.1–9.5 kΩ
90°F (32°C)
7.2–7.6 kΩ
100°F (38°C)
5.6–5.9 kΩ
110°F (44°C)
4.6–4.9 kΩ
120°F (49°C)
3.6–3.8 kΩ
130°F (55°C)
2.9–3.1 kΩ
140°F (60°C)
2.4–2.6 kΩ
2. Plug in washer or reconnect power.
3. Follow procedure under Activation of Console and
Indicators Diagnostic Test mode, page 2 to verify
repair.
4. If replacing the user interface assembly failed:
➔ Unplug washer or disconnect power.
➔ Replace the machine/motor control assembly.
➔ Plug in washer or reconnect power.
➔ Activate the Console and Indicators Diagnostic
Test mode, page 2 to verify repair.
Some buttons do not light indicators:
1. Perform steps in Accessing & Removing the
Electronic Assemblies, page 6 and visually check
that the console electronics and housing assembly
is properly inserted into the front console.
➔ If visual check passes, replace the user interface
assembly.
2. Plug in washer or reconnect power.
3. Follow procedure under Activation of Console and
Indicators Diagnostic Test mode, page 2 to verify
repair.
TEST #5 Automatic Temperature Control
This test checks the water inlet valves, the temperature
sensor, and the machine/motor control.
1. Check the valves by performing Test #2, page 4
before continuing to the next step.
➔ If the resistance is within the range shown in the
table, go to step 12.
➔ If the resistance is infinite or close to zero, go to
step 11.
11. Using an ohmmeter, measure continuity between
all pins on the P9 connector and the thermistor
contacts.
➔ If there is continuity, replace the log valve assembly.
➔ If there is no continuity, replace the upper
harness.
12. The log valve and upper harness are good. Replace
the machine/motor control assembly. See
Reinstalling the Electronic Assemblies, page 6.
TEST #6 Water Level and Pressure
Transducer Calibration
This test checks the water level sensing components,
and calibrates the pressure sensor.
1. Unplug washer or disconnect power.
2. Access the machine/motor control assembly. See
Accessing & Removing the Electronic Assemblies,
page 6.
3. Check hose connection between the pressure
transducer on the machine/motor control and the
pressure dome attached to the tub. Check to ensure
hose is routed correctly in the lower cabinet and not
pinched or crimped by the back panel.
2. Ensure proper hose connections and that
household hot water is present.
4. Plug in washer or reconnect power.
3. Plug in washer or reconnect power.
6. Remove all clothes from the washer.
TEST #4 Console and Indicators
4. Remove all clothes from the washer.
This test is performed when any of the following
situations occurs during the Console and Indicators
Diagnostic Test, page 2:
✔ None of the indicators light up
✔ No beep sound is heard
✔ Some buttons do not light indicators
5. Select POWER ➔ wash cycle NORMAL➔
Wash/Rinse Temp. WARM/COLD ➔ START.
7. Calibrate the pressure transducer:
➔ See Activation of Manual Diagnostic Test Mode,
page 2, and perform steps 1 and 2 until the
display shows 00 and the Add A Garment
indicator LED is flashing.
➔ Press and hold the Cycle Signal button until a
single beep sounds, and the display shows
to indicate zero calibration has completed.
➔ Exit Diagnostic: Manual by pressing either STOP,
PAUSE/CANCEL, or POWER.
NOTE: For Eco models, only the POWER button is
available to exit the test.
None of the indicators light up:
1. Perform steps in Accessing & Removing the
Electronic Assemblies, page 6 and visually check
that the P11 connector is inserted all the way into
the machine/motor control.
2. Visually check that the user interface assembly is
properly inserted in the console assembly.
6. After the tub fills and starts to wash, stop the
washer.
7. Measure the water temperature, and verify it is
85°±10°F (29°±6°C).
➔ If the water temperature is correct, ATC is
functional.
➔ If the water temperature is incorrect, then go
to step 8.
8. Unplug washer or disconnect power.
9. Access the machine/motor control assembly. See
Accessing & Removing the Electronic Assemblies,
page 6.
3. If both visual checks pass, replace the user interface
assembly.
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5. Drain the tub until all water has been removed from tub.
8. Select POWER ➔ wash cycle NORMAL ➔ START
or START/PAUSE.
9. Verify that the tub fills to the top of the impeller plate
(impeller models) or to a level above the agitator
vanes (agitator models), but much lower than the
SUPER Load Size or KING PLUS water level.
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TEST #7 Drain/Recirculation
Perform the following checks if washer fails to drain or
recirculate.
1. See Activation of Manual Diagnostic Test Mode,
page 2 and perform the Manual: Pumps test.
2. Remove the console to access the machine/motor
control assembly. See Accessing & Removing the
Electronic Assemblies, at right.
3. Visually check that the P4 connector is inserted all
the way into the machine/motor control.
➔ If visual check passes, go to step 4.
➔ If visual check fails, reconnect P4 and repeat step 1.
4. Remove connector P4 from the machine/motor
control and check resistance values of pump motor
windings. Resistance values should match those
shown in wiring diagram, page 16.
➔ If resistance values are good, go to step 7.
➔ If winding measurements are much higher (tens
of ohms to infinity) than shown in wiring diagram,
a problem exists in the pump motor winding or
in the connection between the machine/motor
control and the pump. Go to step 5.
5. Tilt washer forward to access the bottom of the
washer and the pumps. See figure 1, page 14.
6. Check the resistance at the pump motor. Remove
the connector at the motor and take measurements
across pump terminals. Measurements should be
as shown in the wiring diagram.
➔ If winding measurements are much higher (tens
of ohms to infinity) than shown in wiring diagram,
replace the pump motor.
➔ If the resistance at the pump motor is correct,
there is an open circuit in the wiring between the
motor and the machine/motor control. Repair or
replace the lower wiring harness.
➔ If the pump motor windings and machine/motor
control check OK, repair or replace the pump. Be
sure to check the pump and tub sump for foreign
objects before replacing pump.
7. See Activation of Manual Diagnostic Test Mode,
page 2 and perform the Manual: Pumps test.
8. If the Manual: Pumps test failed, then the
machine/motor control has failed:
➔ Unplug the washer or disconnect power.
➔ Replace the machine/motor control assembly.
➔ Perform the Manual: Pump test on page 2.
TEST #8 Lid Lock
Perform the following checks if washer fails to lock
(or unlock).
1. Perform Manual: Lid Switch and Manual: Lid Lock
tests on page 2.
2. Remove the console to access the machine/motor
control assembly. See Accessing & Removing the
Electronic Assemblies, at right.
3. Visually check that the P12 connector is inserted
all the way into the machine/motor control.
➔ If visual check passes, go to step 4.
➔ If visual check fails, reconnect P4 and repeat step 1.
4. Check the lid lock motor winding and switches by
removing P12 from the machine/motor control and
checking the resistance values shown in the
following Lid Lock Resistance table:
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Removing the User Interface Assembly
LID LOCK RESISTANCE
Resistance
Unlocked
Resistance
Locked
Contacts
Measured
35 Ω
(±5 Ω)
35 Ω
(±5 Ω)
P12-2 P12-3
Lock Switch Home
0Ω
Open
Circuit
P12-4
Lock SwitchLock
Open
Circuit
0Ω
Component
Motor
Winding
P12-1 P12-7
Lid Closed = 0 Ω
Lock Switch Lid Open = Open Circuit
Lid
P12-5
➔ If resistance values are good, go to step 5.
➔ If switch measurements do not match the values
shown in the table for unlocked (or locked)
condition, a problem exists in the lid lock.
Replace the lid lock.
5. If the Manual: Lid Switch or Manual: Lid Lock tests
in step 1 failed, the lock may be stuck or the lock
is defective.
➔ Unplug washer or disconnect power.
➔ Replace Lid Lock Assembly.
➔ Repeat the Manual: Lid Switch and Manual:
Lid Lock tests on page 2 to verify repair.
TEST #9 Heater Element
Perform the following checks to ensure the heater is
functioning properly.
1. Unplug washer or disconnect power.
2. Remove the heater terminal plastic cover. See
figure 3, page 14.
3. Check the connection to the water heater element.
3. Remove the wire connection to the user inter face
assembly.
4. Remove the wash cycle selector knob by firmly
pulling on it.
5. The user interface assembly is held to the console
insert panel by three screws and two locking tabs.
After the screws are removed, lift each of the
locking tabs to remove the back cover of the user
interface assembly.
6. Remove the wash cycle selector switch from the
user interface assembly opening by lifting the
locking tab on the wash cycle selector switch and
turning the selector switch in a counterclockwise
direction.
7. Three locking tabs located at the bottom of the
console insert panel secure the user interface
assembly to the console insert panel. Using a
flat-blade screwdriver, gently apply pressure to
the locking tabs to release the user interface
assembly.
Reinstalling the Electronic Assemblies
1. Refer to preceding removal sections and replace
in reverse order.
2. Plug in washer or reconnect power.
NOTE: When reconnecting wire connections, route wires
as shown in figure 4, page 15. Be sure to route wires
beneath the retainer clips on the machine/motor control,
and ensure user interface assembly wire does not get
pinched between the console assembly and the console
tray when reassembling top.
NOTE: Ensure the console gasket is in place when
reinstalling the console.
4. Check resistance of heater element if present on this
model (abnormal = infinity).
5. If resistance is infinite, replace heater element and
reinstall heater terminal plastic cover.
6. Using an ohmmeter, measure continuity between all
pins on the P8 connector and the heater relay board.
Repeat this step for connector P3.
7. If connections are correct, replace the heater relay
board.
8. If problem persists, replace the machine/motor
control assembly.
ACCESSING & REMOVING THE
ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLIES
There are two electronic assemblies: the machine/motor
control assembly and the user interface assembly. See
figures 4 and 5 on page 15.
Accessing the Electronic Assemblies
1. Unplug washer or disconnect power.
2. Remove three screws from the rear of the console
assembly. Pull console toward front of washer to
hinge open and/or remove console.
Removing the Machine/Motor Control
Assembly
3. Remove all the wire connections to the
machine/motor control.
4. Remove the one screw holding the machine/motor
control assembly to the console tray.
5. There are two plastic legs on the rear of the
machine/motor control assembly that fit into the
console tray. Lift the front of the control assembly
to pivot it out from the console tray.
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MODULES ÉLECTRONIQUES - ACCÈS ET DÉPOSE
2. Brancher la laveuse ou reconnecter la source de courant électrique.
NOTE : Lors du rebranchement des conducteurs, veiller à placer les conducteurs et
éléments de câblage conformément aux indications de la figure 4, page 15. Veiller à
faire passer les conducteurs sous les agrafes de retenue sur le module de commande
machine/moteur, et veiller à ce que les conducteurs de l’interface-utilisateur
ne soient pas coincés entre la console et le plateau de la console lors du remontage.
NOTE : Lors de la réinstallation de la console, veiller à placer correctement le joint.
L’appareil comporte deux modules électroniques : le module de commande machine/
moteur et le module de l’interface-utilisateur. Voir les figures 4 et 5 à la page 15.
Accès aux modules électroniques
1. Débrancher la laveuse ou déconnecter la source de courant électrique.
2. Ôter les trois vis à l’arrière de la console. Tirer la console vers l’avant de la laveuse
pour ouvrir et/ou l’enlever en la faisant pivoter.
Dépose du module de commande machine/motur
3. Débrancher tous les conducteurs du module de commande machine/moteur.
4. Ôter l’unique vis fixant le module de commande machine/moteur sur le plateau
de la console.
5. Il y a deux pattes de plastique à l’arrière du module de commande machine/
moteur, qui s’engagent dans le plateau de la console. Soulever l’avant du module
de commande pour le faire pivoter et le dégager du plateau de la console.
Motor
Connector
Connecteur
du moteur
Dépose du module de l’interface-utilisateur
3. Débrancher tous les conducteurs du module de l’interface-utilisateur.
Stator
Stator
4. Ôter le bouton du sélecteur de programme. Tirer fermement sur le bouton.
5. Le module de l’interface-utilisateur est fixé sur la console par trois vis et deux
pattes de blocage. Après avoir enlevé les vis, écarter chacune des pattes de
blocage pour pouvoir enlever le couvercle arrière du module de
l’interface-utilisateur.
Motor Rotor
Position Sensor
(RPS)
6. Retirer le sélecteur de programme à travers l’ouverture du module de
l’interface-utilisateur. Écarter la patte de blocage du sélecteur de programme,
et faire tourner le sélecteur de programme dans le sens antihoraire.
7. Il y a en bas du panneau de la console trois pattes de blocage fixant le module de
l’interface-utilisateur sur le panneau de la console. Exercer doucement une
pression sur les pattes de blocage avec un tournevis à lame plate pour pouvoir
dégager le module de l’interface-utilisateur.
Capteur de
position du rotor
du moteur
Motor cover removed to
access RPS and motor
connector
Modules électroniques - Réinstallation
Couvercle du moteur enlevé, pour
l’accès aux connexions du moteur
et au capteur de position du rotor
Figure 2
1. Voir ci-dessus la description des opérations de dépose; exécuter le processus
dans l’ordre inverse des opérations.
Motor Cover
Drain Pump
Recirculation Pump
Pompe de vidange Couvercle du moteur Pompe de recirculation
Motor Rotor Position Sensor (RPS)
or Motor Connection
Capteur de position du rotor ou
connexions du moteur
Motor Bolt
Boulon axial
du moteur
Drive motor area,
viewed from bottom
Heater Element Cover
Couvercle sur connexions de l’élément chauffant
Zone du moteur, vue depuis
le fond de l’appareil
Open back panel
Figure 1
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Vue arrière (panneau de
fermeture déposé)
Figure 3
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Position du module de commande machine/moteur et composants de l’interface utilisateur
Figure 4
Drain Pump
Pompe
de vidange
P4
Valve Thermistor
Thermistance
d’électrovanne
P7 P8 P9
FLASH CNTRL WIDE
RED
BLK
P13
BROWN
Motor Rotor Position Sensor
P10 Capteur de position du
rotor du moteur
P11 User Interface
GRAY JACKET
ABS
8565548
BLUE
POWER CORD
WHIT-VLT-RD-ORN
BLACK
P1
BLU-YEL-RD
P6
RD-WHIT-VLT
120 VAC
Log Valve
Électrovanne
120 V CA
P2
RED
P3
RED
P5
POWER INPUT
Élément chauffant
Circuit de commande 1
(le cas échéant)
BLACK
Heater Control 1
(if present)
Recirc Pump 120 VAC Power Cord 3 Phase BPM Motor
Heater Monitor
Pompe de Cordon d’alimentation
Moteur à aimant
Surveillance
recirculation
permanent - 3 phases élément chauffant
120 V CA
P12 Verrou du couvercle/
Interface utilisateur
Lid Lock/Lid Switch
Contacteur du couvercle
BLACK
Pin #1 Locations
Repérage pour broche n° 1
Machine/motor control connections
Connexions sur le module de commande machine/moteur
Figure 5
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SCHÉMA DE CÂBLAGE
WIRING DIAGRAM
G/VE
GREEN/VERT
TO P9/VERS P9
RED/
ROUGE
VIOLET
WHITE/
BLANC
VIOLET
WHITE/
BLANC
YELLOW/JAUNE
THERMISTOR/THERMISTANCE
FABRIC SOFT/
ASSOUPLISSEUR
DE TISSU
120 VAC
POWER
CORD/
CORDON
D’ALIMENTATION
120 VCA
MOV
MOV
NOT ON
ALL MODELS/
PAS SUR TOUS
LES MODÈLES
BASKET
LIGHT/
LAMPE
DU PANIER
DETERGENT
HOT/CHAUDE
COLD/FROIDE
BLEACH/
AGENT DE
BLANCHIMENT
BU
R
R
Y/J
R
BPM MOTOR
DRIVE/MOTEUR
A AIMANT
PERMANENT
CIRCUIT DE
COMMANDE
BU
3 PHASE
BPM MOTOR/
MOTEUR A AIMANT
RECIRC
DRAIN
PERMANENT
PUMP/
PUMP/
3 PHASES
POMPE DE POMPE DE
VIDANGE RECIRCULATION
BU
120 VAC
PUMPS/
POMPES
120 VCA
NEUT
HEATER RELAY/
RELAIS –
ELEMENT CHAUFFANT
NEUT
FABRIC SOFT/ASSOUPLISSEUR DE TISSU
BASKET LIGHT/LAMPE DU PANIER
NEUT
DETERGENT
HOT/CHAUDE
NEUT
BLEACH/AGENT DE BLANCHIMENT
COLD/FROIDE
NEUT
FRESH/FRAÎCHE
FLASH
CONNECTOR/
CONNECTEUR
FLASH
WIDE
COM
PORT/
INTERFACE
COMM.
(WIDE)
TO LOG
VALVE/VERS
ÉLECTROVANNE
HEATER
VALVE
THERMISTOR/
THERMISTOR/
THERMISTANCE - THERMISTANCE
ÉLÉMENT
D’ÉLECTROVANNE
CHAUFFANT
MOTOR THERMISTOR/
THERMISTANCE DU MOTEUR
15 VDC/15 VCC
BUZZER/VIBREUR
CLOCK/HORLOGE
VSS
DATA OUT/
SORTIE DONNÉES
STROBE/
SYNCHRO. POUR IU
DATA IN/
ENTRÉE DONNÉES
5 VDC/
5 VCC
LOCK SWITCH/
CONTACTEUR
DE VERROUILLAGE
LID SWITCH/
CONTACTEUR DE COUVERCLE
HOME SWITCH/
CONTACTEUR POUR POSITION DE REPOS
YELLOW/
JAUNE
LOCK MOTOR/MOTEUR DE VERROUILLAGE
FRESH FILL/
REMPLISSAGE
D’EAU FRAÎCHE
INLET VALVE AND HARNESS ASSEMBLY
120 VAC VALVES/
ASSEMBLAGE DU ROBINET D’ARRIVÉE D’EAU ET
HARNAIS DE CÂBLAGE ÉLECTROVANNES 120 VCA
LOCK MOTOR/MOTEUR DE VERROUILLAGE
VALVE COIL RESISTANCE
790 - 840 OHMS/
RÉSISTANCE D’ENROULEMENT DE VALVE
790 - 840 Ω
MACHINE/MOTOR CONTROL/
MODULE DE COMMANDE - MOTEUR/MACHINE
Y/J
BR/MAR
LBU/BU CL
PINK/ROSE
GRAY/GRIS
ORANGE
W/BL
BK/NOIR
W/BL
W/BL
W/BL
W/BL
W/BL
W/BL
GRAY JACKET/
GAINE GRISE
MOTOR
ROTOR
POSITION
SENSOR/
CAPTEUR
DE POSITION
DE ROTOR
DE MOTEUR
USER
INTERFACE/
INTERFACE
UTILISATEUR
LED’S/DELS
ROTARY SW/
COMMUTATEUR
ROTATIF
KEY SWITCHES/
CONTACTEUR
DU CLAVIER
BUZZER/VIBREUR
LOCK/
VERROUILLAGE
HOME/
POS. DE REPOS
LID/
COUVERCLE
12 VDC MOTOR/MOTEUR DE 12 VCC
PIÈCE No W10328023A
P AG E 16
04/10
PART NO. W10328023A
POUR LE TECHNICIEN SEULEMENT – NE PAS ENLEVER NI DÉTRUIRE
FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN ONLY – DO NOT REMOVE OR DESTROY
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