SERVICE MANUAL Washing machine 2006 MOON SERVICE

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SERVICE MANUAL
MANUAL
SERVICE
Washing machine
machine 2006
2006
Washing
MOON
MOON
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CONTENTS OF THE MANUAL: NOTE FOR THE ENGINEER.
This manual is a supporting document for technical personnel. It contains a description of the various product
types, the general operating principles and indications concerning assistance.
Technical personnel should, in any case, consult the specific model on
. (servicenet.
indesitcompany.com) to access data and updates of wiring diagrams, technical bulletins and spare parts.
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CONTENTS
1. PRODUCT TYPE
4-6
Key
Interfaces
Technical data
Energy Label
4
5
5
6
2. OPERATING LOGIC
7-13
Innovative product characteristics
Instructions for settings and operation
Programmes
7-9
10-11
12-13
3. COMPONENTS
14
4. WIRING DIAGRAMS
15
5. ASSISTANCE
16-25
Demo Mode
Autotest (Testing / Running-in)
Autotest Sequence
Faults and Solutions
Doctor
Troubleshooting
Dismantling/Assembly
16
16
16
17-19
20
20
21-26
6. EXPLODED VIEWS
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TYPE
1. PRODUCT TYPE:
1.1. KEY:
S
1st letter
Product line
S = Smart
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2nd letter
Brand
I = Indesit
X
3rd letter
Type
X = maxi 6 kg.
S = Slim
L 12 5
4th letter
Type
L = led
D = display
.
.
.
14 = 1400
1st&2nd Number
Max Spin Speed
8 = 800
10 = 1000
.
.
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1
S
5th letter
Colour
S = silver unit
blank = white unit
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TYPE
1.2. INTERFACE:
2
1
6
3
8
5
4
7
9
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On/OFF/RESET BUTTON
DOOR LOCK
LED
Cotton Whites/PAUSE BUTTON
Mixed Coloureds Easy Iron/PAUSE BUTTON
Delicates/PAUSE BUTTON
6.
7.
8.
9.
Rapid 30’/Rinse Only/PAUSE BUTTON
Programme PROGRESS RING
Door
Filter Cover
1.3. TECHNICAL DATA:
MODEL:
MOON
Capacity:
da 1 a 6,0 Kg
Dimensions:
Width:
59,5 cm
Height:
85
Depth:
56,5 cm
cm
Water connections:
Maximum pressure:
10
bar
Minimum pressure:
0,5
bar
Tank Capacity
52
litres
Electrical connection:
Voltage:
Maximum power consumption:
Maximum spin speed:
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220/240 volt. 50 Hz
1850 Watt.
1200 giri.
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TYPE
1.3. ENERGY LABEL:
Energy
Washing
machine
Manufacturer
Model
INDESIT
Brand
MOON
Model
A+
Power Class
More efficient
Less efficient
Power Consumption in standard cycle
(kW/h)
1.02
Energy consumption
kWh/cy c l e
(ba s e d o n s t a n d a r d t e s t r e s u l t s
f o r 60° C cotton cycle)
Actual energy consumption will
depend on how the appliance is used
Washing performance
A: higher
G: lower
Spin drying performance
A: higher
AB C D E F G
Washing Class
AB C D E F G
Spin Class
G: lower
Spin speed (rpm)
1200
RPM
Capacity (cotton) kg
Water consumption
6. 0
52
Maximum load (kg).
Noise
(dB (A) re 1 pW)
Washing
Spinning
Maximum water consumption in
standard cycle
Further information is contained in product
brochures
Norm EN 60456
Washing machine label Directive 95/12/EC
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2. OPERATING LOGIC:
2.1. PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS AND TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS:
The MOON washing machine features many technological innovations, which are listed below:
Programme selector
Water system
Detergent dispenser
Door seal / Door
Vent tube
6.
7.
Drain pump
Conductivity sensor
Detailed explanation of these components is
provided below.
PROGRAMME SELECTOR:
OPERATION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The new circular programme selector features 5
backlit buttons, a central disc bearing the LOGO
and a ring with 12 blue leds between the buttons
and the disc. The leds around the ring light up to
indicate programme progress and, in the event of a
malfunction, the specific fault.
WATER SYSTEM:
This machine features a water system designed
around two solenoid valves and a water dispenser,
connected by two hoses, which manage water
and detergent loading. With all programmes, the
appliance starts loading water with the first solenoid
valve, but activates the Oko system only with the
“Cotton 60°” programme. During the wash phase,
water is loaded as follows:
1. The washing machine loads water with the first
solenoid valve. (Flow 1)
2. Water is drained for two seconds (only for the
standard programme – Cotton 60°)
3. The machine finishes loading water with the second
solenoid valve, drawing the detergent into the drum.
(Flow 2)
During the rinse phase, the machine draws in fabric
softener with both solenoid valves. The flow of water
creates a cross-stream inside the dispenser (Flow 1
+ 2), generating a thrust that allows the water to exit
through all the holes, drawing fabric softener into the
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compartments.
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DETERGENT DISPENSER:
The detergent dispenser is located inside the
appliance, on the inside of the door.
It can be removed for cleaning by lifting it upwards
and carefully releasing the top cover.
OPERATION
The dispenser consists of three compartments: the
first (left to right) is for liquid detergents.
The second (middle compartment) is for powder
detergents, while the last (right-hand) is for fabric
softener.
DOOR SEAL / DOOR:
The water dispenser is located at the top of the door
seal, fixed with a metal plate.
The door does not allow you to see inside the drum;
the detergent dispenser is inside, and a small drip
tray provided with sponge has been fitted under it.
VENT TUBE:
The vent tube is connected to the part of the tub
where the water inlet feed is normally connected.
The vent tube steam outlet is located next to the inlet
hose at the point where, in machines with hot water
solenoid valves, the solenoid valve hose connection
is usually situated.
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DRAIN PUMP:
The drain pump is equipped with a new self-cleaning
bayonet filter which prevents large objects such as
coins, buttons, etc. from ending up inside the pump,
thus avoiding blockages and noisy operation.
A plastic cover has been fitted on the filter to prevent
hands from coming into contact with the electrical
part of the pump, which must not be eliminated.
OPERATION
It is located at the bottom right-hand side of the
machine. To access the filter, simply turn the filter
cover anti-clockwise until the bayonet coupling
releases, allowing access to the filter.
CONDUCTIVITY SENSOR:
The Moon washing machine is equipped with a new
Conductivity Sensor located on the plastic tub next
to the Oko hose, as shown in the photograph.
The Conductivity Sensor manages the “30 min” or
“Daily” programme. Its functions are:
detergent, it will activate two 15 minute rinse
cycles.
NB: The conductivity sensor is provided with
a gasket to guarantee seal and prevent water
leaks.
1. If the wash load consists of clothes to be washed
without detergent, the machine will load water
and then test the level of alkalinity in the wash
water; if no alkalinity is present, the machine will
activate the standard “30 min” wash cycle;
2. If, on the contrary, the sensor detects that the
machine has been loaded with laundry plus
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2.2. APPLIANCE OPERATION:
SWITCHING THE APPLIANCE ON/OFF:
OPERATION
The machine is switched on by pressing the On
button. The symbol on the button lights up, after
which the programme buttons start flashing and
the leds on the ring light up one after another. At
this point the machine is on Stand By and is ready
for use.
S E L E C T I N G / S TA R T I N G A
PROGRAMME:
Programmes are started by pressing the relative
programme button, upon which the washing machine
starts immediately.
The Power On button and the selected programme
button leds will remain lit, while the other programme
leds and all those around the ring will switch off. The
leds around the ring will light up one after another to
indicate programme progress.
PAUSE/RIAVVIO DEL PROGRAMMA IN CORSO:
PAUSE/RESTART PROGRAMME:
The Pause/Restart function is used for interrupting
a wash cycle, which can then be restarted from the
exact point in the cycle where it was interrupted.
When the button of the programme in progress is
pressed, the washing machine stops, the Power On
button remains lit, the leds around the ring light up and
start flashing, as does the selected programme led.
To restart the wash programme, simply press the
programme button once more.
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RESETTING A PROGRAMME IN PROGRESS:
To reset a programme in progress, press and hold
the On button for more than 1 second.
The washing machine will switch off and the
programme in progress will be cancelled.
OPERATION
Before switching off, the washing machine
automatically runs a drain cycle, whether there is
water in the drum or not.
During draining, the Power On button flashes.
lampeggerà.
PROGRAMME PROGRESS:
The progress of the wash programme is indicated
by the leds around the ring.
These start to light up in a clockwise direction,
starting from the led at 12 o’clock.
As more leds light up, the previous ones remain lit.
AT THE END OF THE SELECTED
PROGRAMME:
When the wash programme ends, the Power On
led and the selected programme led remain lit,
while the leds around the ring flash. L’avanzamento
del programma di lavaggio è indicato dai led della
corona.
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2.3. PROGRAMMES:
The wash cycle selection buttons correspond to the following wash programmes:
• Cotton Whites:
OPERATION
Standard 60° cotton wash cycle. (Spin 1200 rpm)
• Mixed coloureds/Easy Iron:
Wash cycle suitable for garments of mixed colours in cotton or synthetic fabric, with a
wash temperature of 40°.
The spin cycle must be suitably reduced to guarantee the Easy Iron function. (The spin
speed for this programme is 1000 rpm, except for the last 20 seconds at 1200 rpm).
• Gentle cycle with final spin:
To wash: delicate synthetics, cotton and wool press the “Delicates” button. After 3
seconds “Delicates” and “Rapid 30 min” will flash at the same time. Press “Delicates”
again to carry out washing that will finish with a gentle spin (Spin speed 600 rpm).
• Gentle cycle without final spin:
To wash: silk, curtains (do not use for wool) press the “Delicates” button. After 3
seconds “Delicates” and “Rapid 30 min” will flash at the same time. Press “Rapid 30
min” to carry out washing without final spin.
NB: At the end of this cycle, the machine will do a spin cycle and automatically empties
the water contained in the drum. It is advisable to immediately remove garments from
the washing-machine at the end of the cycle, in order to avoid excessive creasing.
• Rapid 30’/Rinse Only:
The washing machine uses the Conductivity Sensor to ascertain whether the user has
loaded laundry with detergent.
If clothing with detergent is loaded, the washing machine will activate the “Rinse Only”
programme, performing 2 15-minute rinse cycles.
If the Sensor detects no detergent, the washing machine will activate the “Rapid 30
minute” programme. (Spin speed 800 rpm)
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2.3.4 PROGRAMME TABLE
Fabrics
description
Max load
(kg)
Temperature
Spin
speed
(rpm)
Duration
Wash cycle
WHITES COTTON
MIXED COLOUREDS
Wash, rinses,
delicate spin cycle
Coloured cottons and synthetics
DELICATES
Wash, rinses, delicate spin cycle
(wool) or drain (silk)
Wool, silk and other delicates
OPERATION
Wash, rinses, intermediate
and final spin cycles
Hard-wearing white cotton
RAPID/RINSE ONLY
Cottons and synthetics
Wash (only for the “Rapid” programme),
rinses, delicate spin cycle
30°/cold
water
The programme times given in the table are only approximate and calculated taking into consideration a medium load quantity.
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3. COMPONENTS:
Oko System.
Detergent dispenser.
Water Distributor.
Washing machine door.
Conductivity Sensor.
Drain Pump Filter.
Vent tube.
COMPONENTS
Display PCB.
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4. WIRING DIAGRAMS:
1
12A
4
SEN.COND
1
3
j5
2
3
4
12A
RX
2
2
TG
GND
L
4
2
12A
1
j1
3
1
j4
C
12A
2
N
6
4
10A
NC
10A
3
PIENO
2
COMUNE
1
OVERFLOWW
R
12
R
R
1
11
4
VUOTO
TF
5
5
RR
1
j2
D
8A
16
14
2
2
j3
1
10A
3
10A
4
1A
1
2
1
2
Lav.
*
11
DIAGRAMS
1
12
j14
2
9
7
1
WIRING
j8
3
6
1
2
4
4
10w
j13
6
EVP
P
3
RTN_DOOR
RTN_IP
1
2
1
10w
EVL
L
2
j15
1
9
TO BE CONNECTED
TRADITIONAL DOOR LOCK
1
2
8
1A
10A
j13
1
7
6a
2
1
2
M
2
6
6a
1
5
Stat.
6a
Stat.CP
1
5
2
6 7
6
3
6a
T
1
7
j12
j11
SDA
1
j9
2
1
SCL
3
2
GND
4
3
Vcc
5
4
Test
5
Control
board connector
1
j7
5
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4
2
3
neutral
4
1
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3
3
5
j14
6a
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5. ASSISTANCE:
5.1. DEMO MODE:
This machine does not feature the Demo Mode function.
5.2. AUTO TEST:
The Hardware Key (transparent - C0095669) is used to run the EVOII platform Autotest program.
A BLUE led will light up on the hardware key to indicate that the appliance is an EVOII machine. A
flashing RED led on the hardware key (when the key is slotted into the machine) indicates that the
electronic PCB is in communication with the hardware key. If the Hardware Key is unable to establish
a connection with the washing machine, the display shows the letters “ERR” in flashing mode.
Initial conditions before starting the Autotest procedure
1. Washing machine with no water in tub.
2. Door closed.
3. Switch on the appliance and plug the hardware key into the slot provided.
To start the Autotest procedure, press and release the button marked AUTOTEST. An audible signal
will be emitted and the message “AUTOTEST” will scroll across the display.
Autotest sequence for Washing Machine
- 1 litre of water for wash cycle solenoid valve.
1 litre of water for pre-wash solenoid valve
1 litre of water for fabric softener solenoid valve
Movement at 25 r.p.m.
Water is heated to 28°
Drain and spin at 800 r.p.m.
Stop.
ASSISTANCE
-
IMPORTANT!!: If the washing machine functions correctly but has previously been stopped due to a FAULT,
instead of running the AUTOTEST programme, the FAULT in question will be indicated on the hardware key
display and also on the washing machine display, in various modes depending on the interface type.
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LED 1
5.3. ANALYSIS AND SOLUTION OF
FAULTS:
SYMBOLS:
LED 5
LED 2
flashing led
LED 4
LED 3
led off
LED COMBINATION
FAULT
CAUSE
F01
Motor driving triac short-circuit
LED 5
LED 4
LED 3
LED 2
LED 1
F02
Motor tripped, motor tacho
generator open or short circuited
LED 5
LED 4
LED 3
LED 2
LED 1
F03
NTC washing sensor open /
short circuit
LED 5
LED 4
LED 3
LED 2
LED 1
F04
Simultaneous empty + overflow
indications
LED 5
LED 4
LED 3
LED 2
LED 1
F05
Pressure switch empty condition
not reached, drain pump blocked
LED 5
LED 4
LED 3
LED 2
LED 1
F07
No power draw of wash heating
element
LED 5
LED 4
LED 3
LED 2
LED 1
F08
Wash heating element relay
with NA/NC contacts sticking
LED 5
LED 4
LED 3
LED 2
LED 1
F09
File setup error (EEPROM not
programmed or faulty)
LED 5
LED 4
LED 3
LED 2
LED 1
F10
Empty and full signal missing
simultaneously
LED 5
LED 4
LED 3
LED 2
LED 1
F11
No power supply to drain
pump.
LED 5
LED 4
LED 3
LED 2
LED 1
F12
No communication between
display board and control board
LED 5
LED 4
LED 3
LED 2
LED 1
F17
Door lock unfed/open (traditional
door lock, not Easy Door)
LED 5
LED 4
LED 3
LED 2
LED 1
F18
Microprocessor/DSP communication error
LED 5
LED 4
LED 3
LED 2
LED 1
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Fault indication leds flash together with programme button leds.
CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
-
F01
Motor driving triac shortcircuit
-
F02
Motor tripped, motor tacho
generator open or short
circuited
-
F03
F04
NTC washing sensor open
/ shor t circuit, or wash
heating element relay
contacts sticking (signalled
at time of full tub)
Simultaneous presence of
empty + overflow indications.
If the pressure switch contact
sticks on the empty setting,
the machine loads water
until reaching the overflow
level. The drain pump is
automatically started when
the overflow contact trips.
-
-
F05
Pressure switch empty
condition not reached.
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F07
No power draw of wash
heating element (signalled
only with pressure switch
on empty).
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Check for water leaks that may affect connector J9 causing the
relative contacts to short;
Check the motor terminal board (any problems due to aggression
caused by manufacturing chemical residues may cause shortcircuits);
Replace card.
Check motor if blocked;
Check the tacho generator winding and check that there is an
impedance value of between 115 and 170 Ω on the wiring connector
J9 between pins 1 and 2. In the case of direct current or alternative
current check the wiring between pins 1 and 2 of J9 relative to the
tacho generator. With a three-phase motor, make sure there is ohm
continuity between J9 pins 6 and 7;
Replace motor;
Replace card.
Check efficiency of contacts on connector J8 on PCB;
Check NTC ensuring that the impedance value at ambient temperature
on wiring connector J8 , pins 11 and 12 , is approximately 20 KΩ;
If the measurement is incorrect, check J8/NTC wiring continuity.
Check the same parameter directly on the NTC.
Replace NTC;
Replace card.
Check efficiency of contacts on connector J3 on PCB;
Check condition of pressure switch by checking for impedance on
wiring connector J3 pins 2 and 4 (impedance should be measured
only with tub empty) and between pins 2 and 1 (impedance must be
present only with water in tub to above the level of half-way up the
door);
Check wiring of connector J3/pressure switch;
Replace pressure switch;
Replace card.
Check efficiency of contacts of connector J9 on PCB, checking for
the presence of 220V between pins 8 and 9;
Check that pump is receiving power;
Check pump filter + drain outlet to building wall connection;
Renew pump;
Replace card.
ASSISTANCE
FAULT
Check efficiency of contacts on connector J3 on PCB;
Check on connector J3 pins 5 and 6 for continuity of the wash heating
element. The 1800W 230V heating element has a value of 25 Ω;
Check pressure switch connector J3 pins 2 and 3: no impedance
value must be detected (common with full);
Check pressure switch connector J3 pins 2 and 3: an impedance
value must be present;
Replace pressure switch;
Renew heating element;
Replace card.
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CAUSE
F08
Wash heating element
relay contacts sticking
(signalled in presence
of empty condition) or
pressure switch sticking on
full condition (empty and full
signals simultaneously)
CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
-
F09
File setup error (EEPROM
not programmed or faulty).
-
F10
F11
F12
F18
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In the case of PCB made with soldered EEPROM, renew PCB and
EEPROM;
In the case of replacement PCB and EEPROM, check correct
insertion of EEPROM in PCB socket.
-
Check efficiency of contacts on connector J3 on PCB;
Check condition of pressure switch by checking for impedance on
J3 wiring connector pins 2 and 4 (impedance should be measured
only with tub empty) and pins 2 and 1 (impedance must be present
only with water in tub to above the level of half-way up the door
window);
Check wiring of connector J3/pressure switch;
Replace pressure switch;
Replace card.
No pump feedback condition d e t e c t e d ( d ra i n p u m p
disconnected or winding
interrupted).
-
Check efficiency of contacts on connector J9 on PCB;
Check continuity of the pump on connector J15 pins 1 and 2 (for
machines with “Easy Door” door lock) or on connector J9 pins 8 and
9 (for traditional door locks), ensuring that the impedance value is
170 Ω;
Check wiring of connector J15 (or J9)/pump;
Renew pump;
Replace card.
-
Check efficiency of contacts on connector J11 on PCB;
Check continuity of connector J11/5-way connector of display
PCB;
Renew main PCB;
Renew display PCB.
Empty and full signal
missing simultaneously.
No communication between
display board and control
board
-
F17
Check efficiency of contacts on connector J3 on PCB;
Check condition of pressure switch by checking for impedance on
J3 wiring connector pins 2 and 4 (impedance should be measured
only with tub empty), pins 2 and 3 (impedance should be measured
only with water in tub) and pins 2 and 1 (impedance should be
measured only with water in tub to above the level of half-way up
the door window);
High level of ambient humidity;
Door lock unfed/open
(traditional door lock, not
Easy Door)
Communication error
between Microprocessor
and DSP (Digital Signal
Processor)
-
Check 230V power supply on wiring connector J4 inserted on PCB
between pins 2 and 3 (not when the machine is on stand-by), and the
presence of 230V output power supply from the door lock between
pins 3 and 1;
Check door catch;
Renew door lock;
Renew PCB;
-
Renew power PCB.
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5.4. DOCTOR:
The appliance has a main PCB, located at the rear
right hand side and protected by a plastic cover.
Always replace the cover after removing it to connect
the Hardware key.
The Hardware key is used for fault diagnosis or to
update PCB software if necessary.
To use the diagnostic function, consult the relevant
manual.
5.5. TROUBLESHOOTING:
Fails to switch on
Fails to fill with water
Fills continuously
Motor does not run
Drum does not turn
Does not drain
Appliance does not
wash efficiently
Foam remains at end of
washing cycle
Noisy spin cycle
Current dispersal
Motor performs wash
movements but not spin cycle
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Check electrical socket outlet.
Door microdelay switch
Display PCB
Water filling tap closed or low water mains pressure
Solenoid valve clogged
Solenoid valve not receiving power
Solenoid valve damaged
Drain hose too low
Check pressure switch
Air trap or pressure switch tube
Check pressure switch
Check motor winding
Motor terminal board and PCB
No power reaching motor
Check drive belt
Check motor
Function inhibited
Check drain pump and filter
Check voltage on drain pump
Check if programme envisages drain block
Check building drain wall connection to ensure it is free.
Unsuitable wash temperature
Insufficient detergent
Unsuitable programme
Too much detergent
Defective drain
N.B. a small amount of foam caused by the presence of zeolite water
softeners in the detergent is perfectly normal
Unbalanced load
Check bearing
Worn drive belt
Loose beater bars
Loose counterweight
Check discharge to earth
Interference filter
Load severely unbalanced
Bad contact on terminal board
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5.5 DISMANTLING/ ASSEMBLY:
Removing the door seal:
4. Remove the door seal from its seat.
2. Remove the outer tub seal between the door
and the front.
5. Remove the two clamps securing the water inlet
hoses, then remove the hoses.
3. Unscrew the two screws securing the water
distributor.
6. Remove the retaining spring of the seal together
with the door and then remove the seal.
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Dismantling the display PCB
1. Unplug the appliance from the mains power
supply and remove the top panel from the
washing machine.
3. Disconnect the connector from the display PCB.
5. Using the same screwdriver, prise the tabs
securing the display PCB to the front, pushing
the central disc to remove it.
ASSISTANCE
2. Remove the screw securing the control panel
4. With the aid of a small flat blade screwdriver, remove
the programme buttons, taking care not to damage
or scratch the panel or the buttons themselves.
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Dismantling the detergent dispenser
1. Open the door.
3. Remove the 5 hooks (2 at the front, 3 at the rear)
that secure the dispenser plug.
4. Remove the floats by lifting them upwards.
ASSISTANCE
2. Pull the detergent drawer upwards.
Dismantling the conductivity sensor
3. Remove the cable from the conductivity sensor.
1. Leave the tub empty.
2. Unplug the appliance from the mains power
supply and shut off the water tap.
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Dismantling the vent tube
3. Grip the end of the vent tube where it is connected
to the tub, pushing gently towards the front of the
machine.
ASSISTANCE
1. Remove the top of the washing machine.
2. Insert a flat blade screwdriver next to the hooks
and push outwards.
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Dismantling the door
1. Open the door.
4. Insert a flat blade screwdriver between the
handle and the edge of its seat, taking care not
to damage or scratch the plastic cover.
3. Remove the drip collector by pulling it upwards a
little.
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ASSISTANCE
2. Unscrew the two screws securing the door to the
hinge.
5. Remove the handle.
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6. Gripping the door with both hands, exert enough
pressure to separate it from its cover.
ASSISTANCE
7. Inserting a screwdriver into one of the recesses,
prise off the handle.
8. To complete the door dismantling procedure,
remove the door lock support pin with a pair of
pliers.
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6. EXPLODED VIEWS:
APPLIANCE BODY.
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SMART DISPENSER COVER
MOON RIGHT LEVEL INDICATOR
DETERGENT DRAWER RIGHT SIPHON
DETERGENT DRAWER LEFT SIPHON
SMART DETERGENT DISPENSER
HARDWARE TEST PLUG FOR CABINET ‘LBE8X’
DOOR HINGE ‘W133UK’
SELF-TAPPING SCREW TESTTFR 4.2X9.5
SMART BLUE DOOR OPENING SET
SMART BLUE DOOR SCREEN
SMART INNER DOOR
MOON SPRING
MOON CONDENSATE COLLECTOR
MOON SPONGE
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
022
023
024
025
026
GREY FILTER COVER
ADJUSTABLE FOOT M8 H = 2.3 CM
FOOT SPRING D =11 MM H = 8.5
SCREW M4.5 X 11 TIMER AND DOOR/HINGE
DRAIN HOSE COLLAR ’AB636TX’
REAR PANEL SILVER F647 WITH CROWNING
MOON GREY CABINET
WIRING CLAMP ‘AB636TX’
DRAIN HOSE SUPPORT ‘LVB2000’
SMART GREY TOP
MOON PROGRAMME PLATE SUPPORT
MOON PROGRAMME PLATE
MOON LEFT LEVEL INDICATOR
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MOBILE ASSEMBLY.
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SCREW X COUNTERWEIGHT/AQUALT. TUB
TOP COUNTERWEIGHT VPL 12.5 KG AQUAL.
AQUALTIS SPRING RING NUT
SMART TUB SPRING
PLASTIC TUB UNIT 52 L H=20 MM SMART
SPRING REAR TENSION RING EVOII
DOOR SEAL + SMART DISPENSER SUPPORT
FRONT RING EVO II
FRONT COUNTERWEIGHT VPL SMART
OKO HOSE BALL EVO II
HOSE CLAMP - TUB SIDE
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description
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AQUALTIS FLEXIBLE DRAIN HOSE
HOSE CLAMP - DRAIN PUMP SIDE
REMOVABLE DRUM BAFFLE 46L
GASKET FOR OKO AQUAL FLEXIBLE DRAIN HOSE
EXPANDER
ROMOB NUT M6X20X1.6
DAMPER 100 N
DRIVEN PULLEY D=280 MM H=20 MM
SCREW M8X23 TORX TEFL ROHS
ELASTIC BELT 1194 J5 DIELECTRIC AQ
DAMPERS 100 N KIT
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ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC COMPARTMENTS.
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HARDWARE
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descrizione
description
THREE-LOBED SELF-TAPPING SCREW 3.5X8 DENT
POWER SUPPLY CABLE .3X1 SCHUKO 1.5M+IND. FILTER
WASHER-DRYER DRAIN PUMP
CONTROL UNIT NO SMART PCB
SMART GREY BUTTONS KIT
PRESSURE SWITCH 1 L. 85-60 ANTISPILL 330 SMART
PRESSURE SWITCH HOSE CLAMP
PRESSURE SWITCH HOSE L=540 MM EVO II
SMART STEAM VENT TUBE
MICRODELAY SWITCH IDC 3 CONTACTS
FIXING SCREWS FOR MOTOR/TUB
COMMUTATOR MOTOR 1200 RPM P52 EVO2
SMART SCREW CONDUCTIVITY SENSOR
DRAIN PUMP 220-240V./50HZ AQUA
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ASKOLL/PLASET BAYONET PUMP FILTER KIT
NTC TEMPERATURE SENSOR
HEATING ELEMENT 1700/230 VPL
EEPROM SS1200SSTD EVO II SW 28412610000
ELEC. MODULE .NO EEPROM STD ROHS ED. 3.0
HOSE CLAMP 15.1-15.9
SOL. VALVE HOSE CONDENSER L=63.6 CM GREY
CURVED INLET HOSE 1500 MM ROHS
SOLENOID VALVE 1E2U SMART
DRAIN HOSE COLLAR
INLET HOSE GASKET
INLET HOSE FILTER
SOLENOID VALVE SUPPORT 1 EV SMART
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light blue 0.35 X 1390
6J8
3
EVP
1
7J8
11J8
12J8
light blue 0.35 X 780
light blue 0.35 X 780
R.R.
9J8
3
1
BLUE 1.00 X
P16
P11
P14
P12
R.TF.
940
940
FA4
FA1
RED 0.50 X 1250
-4-
1J3
2J3
3J3
4J3
5J3
6J3
BLUE 1.00 X 1250
-3-
BROWN 1.00 X 1250
-2-
BLUE 1.00 X 1250
-1-
BROWN 1.00 X
BLUE 1.00 X
R.R.
500
500
PCB
J3
ASSEMBLY A
Ntc
lav
RST 2,5 EDG
PCB
L/N
Press.
white 0.35 X 1390
celeste 0.35 X 1390
4J8
BROWN 1.00 X
1J1
J1 2J1
PCB
EVL
1
3J8
J8
3
Filter
white 0.35 X 1390
1J8
-3-
MRL
-2-
MRN
-1-
BROWN 1.00 X 1580
BROWN 1.00 X 1580
RED 0.50 X 1580
1J4
2J4
3J4
J4
PCB
MRC
ASSEMBLY D = Microdelay
RED 0.50 X 520
Wash motor
-7-6-
RED 0.50 X 520
-5-
BLACK 0.75 X 520
-4-
BLACK 0.75 X 520
BLACK 0.75 X 520
BLACK 0.75 X 520
-3-2-
BLACK 0.75 X 520
PS
-1-
RED 0.50 X 510
-2-
RED 0.50 X 510
-1-
J11
PCB
RST 2,5 EDG
1J9
2J9
3J9
4J9
5J9
6J9
7J9
8J9
9J9
1J11
2J11
3J11
4J11
5J11
light blue 0.35 X 1400
5J15
4J15
light blue 0.35 X 1400
light blue 0.35 X 1400
3J15
2J15
light blue 0.35 X 1400
light blue 0.35 X 1400
1J15
Comunic.
ASSEMBLY C1 = EVL+EVP
Display
ASSEMBLY B1 = DISPLAY COMMUNIC.
J9
PCB
RST 5
EDG
J5
BLUE 1.00 X 680
BLACK 0.75 X 840
1J5
2J5
S.C
T.G6
ASSEMBLY I = CONDUCT.SENS.
ASSEMBLY L= Motor+pump
TM
TG6
G/V 1.0 X 240
G/V 1.0 X 1190
TR
EXPLODED
VIEWS
ASSEMBLY X = MACHINE EARTH STD
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