Zanussi FR 1450 W Service manual

SERVICE MANUAL
WASHING
 ELECTROLUX ZANUSSI S.p.A.
Spares Operations Italy
Corso Lino Zanussi, 30
I - 33080 PORCIA /PN (ITALY)
Fax +39 0434 394096
Publication no.
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EN
Washing machines with
EWM1000 electronic
control system:
Technical and functional
characteristics
Production:
ESA – Alcala de Henares (ES)
Edition: 2002-07-24
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Table of contents
Purpose of this manual......................................................................................................................... 5
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS.......................................................................................................... 6
CONTROL PANEL (horizontal pushbuttons)......................................................................................... 7
3.1
Configuration of control panel ....................................................................................................... 7
3.1.1 Programme selector (S1) ......................................................................................................... 8
3.1.2 Secondary selector (S2)........................................................................................................... 8
3.2
Pushbuttons and LEDs ................................................................................................................. 9
3.2.1 Wash phase LEDs ................................................................................................................... 9
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WASHING PROGRAMMES AND OPTIONS ...................................................................................... 10
4.1
Programmes............................................................................................................................... 10
4.2
Options....................................................................................................................................... 11
4.3
Description of options ................................................................................................................. 12
4.3.1 Temperature adjustment: ...................................................................................................... 13
4.3.2 Modification of the spin speed: ............................................................................................... 14
4.3.3 Buzzer ................................................................................................................................... 15
4.4
Modification of rinses according to the options selected .............................................................. 15
4.5
Selecting DEMO mode ............................................................................................................... 15
4.5.1 Exiting DEMO mode .............................................................................................................. 15
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WASHING PROGRAMMES ............................................................................................................... 16
5.1
Normal (consumer) Cotton / Linen Cycles: cold - 30-40-50-60-90° (without options).................... 16
5.2
Cotton / Linen Cycles: 90 Eco, 60 - 40/50 “energy label” (without options)................................... 17
5.3
Normal (consumer) Synthetics Cycles: cold - 30 - 40 - 50 - 60° (without options)......................... 18
5.4
Delicates Cycles: cold – 30° - 40° (without options)..................................................................... 19
5.5
Wool Cycles: cold - 30° - 40°..................................................................................................... 20
5.6
Hand wash Cycles: cold - 30° - 40° ............................................................................................. 20
5.7
Drum movements at low speed and during spin .......................................................................... 21
5.7.1 D55 Delicate movement......................................................................................................... 21
5.7.2 N55 Normal movement .......................................................................................................... 21
5.7.3 E55 Vigorous movement........................................................................................................ 21
5.7.4 E50 Vigorous movement........................................................................................................ 21
5.7.5 PWL_1 (wool) Delicate movement ......................................................................................... 21
5.7.6 PWL_4 (hand wash) Delicate movement................................................................................ 21
5.7.7 C0 Cotton/Linen, Synthetics – Intermediate Synthetics Pre-wash Spin ................................... 22
5.7.8 C1 Cotton/Linen Wash Spin................................................................................................... 22
5.7.9 C2 Cotton/Linen Intermediate Spin......................................................................................... 22
5.7.10 COT_CF Cotton/Linen Final Spin........................................................................................... 22
5.7.11 SYN_CF Synthetics Intermediate and Final Spin.................................................................... 22
5.7.12 DEL_ CF Delicates Final Spin................................................................................................ 23
5.7.13 WOOL_CF Hand Wash and Wool Final Spin ......................................................................... 23
5.7.14 “Spin” Cycle........................................................................................................................... 23
5.7.15 Easy iron Impulse Spin Cycle................................................................................................. 23
5.7.16 CSR Intermediate Spin for Cotton/Linen with Extra-rinse option ............................................. 23
5.8
Control of water level in the tub................................................................................................... 24
5.9
Profile of COTTON 60 Economy / Energy label cycle .................................................................. 25
5.10 Profiles of COTTON 60° cycles................................................................................................... 25
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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS .................................................................................................... 26
6.1
Control system memory .............................................................................................................. 26
6.1.1 General structure of the memory system................................................................................ 26
6.1.2 ROM...................................................................................................................................... 26
6.1.3 RAM ...................................................................................................................................... 26
6.1.4 EEPROM............................................................................................................................... 27
6.2
Door interlock ............................................................................................................................. 28
6.3
Voltmetric interlock with PTC ...................................................................................................... 28
6.3.1 Operating principle................................................................................................................. 28
6.3.2 “Door locked” pilot lamp ......................................................................................................... 28
6.4
Instantaneous door interlock ....................................................................................................... 29
6.4.1 Operating principle................................................................................................................. 29
6.4.2 Conditions necessary for door release ................................................................................... 29
6.4.3 Automatic release device ....................................................................................................... 29
6.5
Control pressure switch for water level in the tub......................................................................... 30
6.5.1 Pressure switch settings ........................................................................................................ 30
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6.5.2 Water fill without wash load.................................................................................................... 30
6.6
Water fill system ......................................................................................................................... 31
6.6.1 Calculation of flow rate........................................................................................................... 31
6.7
Detergent dispenser ................................................................................................................... 32
6.7.1 Operating principle................................................................................................................. 33
6.8
Drain pump................................................................................................................................. 34
6.9
Anti-overflow device ................................................................................................................... 34
6.10 Heating....................................................................................................................................... 35
6.10.1 Heating element..................................................................................................................... 35
6.10.2 NTC temperature sensor........................................................................................................ 35
6.11 Motor.......................................................................................................................................... 36
6.11.1 Power supply to motor ........................................................................................................... 36
6.12 Anti-foam control system............................................................................................................. 36
6.13 “FUCS” (Fast Unbalance Control System)................................................................................... 37
6.13.1 Examples of operation of the unbalancing control function ..................................................... 37
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DIAGNOSTICS SYSTEM................................................................................................................... 39
7.1
Access to diagnostics mode........................................................................................................ 39
7.2
Exiting diagnostics mode ............................................................................................................ 39
7.3
Diagnostics phases..................................................................................................................... 40
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ALARMS............................................................................................................................................ 41
8.1
Displaying the alarms to the user ................................................................................................ 41
8.1.1 Displaying the alarms during normal operation ...................................................................... 41
8.2
Reading the alarm codes ............................................................................................................ 42
8.2.1 Displaying the alarm .............................................................................................................. 42
8.2.2 Examples of alarm displays.................................................................................................... 42
8.2.3 Operation of alarms during diagnostics .................................................................................. 43
8.3
Notes concerning certain alarm codes ........................................................................................ 43
8.4
Rapid reading of alarm codes ..................................................................................................... 43
8.5
Cancelling the last alarm............................................................................................................. 43
8.6
Table of alarm codes .................................................................................................................. 44
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BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................... 46
9.1
Version with instantaneous door interlock ................................................................................... 46
9.2
Version with door interlock with PTC........................................................................................... 47
9.3
Key to circuit diagram ................................................................................................................. 48
10 ACCESS TO THE ELECTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM...................................................................... 49
10.1.1 Top panel .............................................................................................................................. 49
10.1.2 Control panel ......................................................................................................................... 49
10.1.3 Electronic control board ......................................................................................................... 50
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1 Purpose of this manual
The purpose of this manual is to provide service engineers who are already familiar with the repair
procedures for traditional washing machines with information regarding appliances fitted with the EWM 1000
electronic control system and produced in Alcala de Henares (Spain).
The following topics are described:
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general characteristics
control panel and washing programmes
technical and functional characteristics
access to the electronic control system
For detailed information concerning diagnostics and alarms, refer to the following manual:
“EWM1000 electronic control system: guide to diagnostics procedures”.
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2 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
The EWM1000 electronic control system consists of
a single PCB, which incorporates the power, control
and display functions.
The PCB is contained in a protective casing located
behind the control panel support. Two basic versions
of the PCB are produced: one with horizontal
pushbuttons and one with vertical pushbuttons.
The EWM1000 electronic control system may be fitted to the following appliances:
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front-loading washing machines manufactured in Spain (Alcala de Henares)
front-loading washing machines manufactured in Germany (Nürnberg)
top-loading washing machines manufactured in France (Revin)
front-loading washing machines manufactured in Italy (Porcia)
(ESA)
(DGN)
(FFH)
(ZP)
Versions with
horizontal pushbuttons
Version with vertical
pushbuttons
Number of buttons
Number of LEDs
Programme selector
Secondary selector
Buzzer
Serial port
Power supply
Type of washing
Rinsing system
Motor
Spin speed
Anti-unbalancing
system
Water filling
Detergent drawer
Control of water level in
the tub
Door safety device
Power of heating
element
Temperature control
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max. 5 (4 options + start/pause)
max. 11 for version with horizontal pushbuttons
max. 15 for version with vertical pushbuttons
16 positions with main switch (incorporated in the PCB)
6 positions for horizontal version only (incorporated in the PCB)
incorporated in the PCB (some models)
DAAS-EAP communication protocol up to 38400 baud
220/240V
50/60 Hz (configurable in the factory)
traditional
with “eco-ball” sphere
Traditional
Commutator motor
600 - 1400 rpm
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FUCS
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1 solenoid valve with 1 inlet - 2 outlets
3 compartments: pre-wash/stains, wash, softeners
4 compartments: pre-wash/stains, wash, softeners, bleach
two-level pressure switch: 1st level and anti-boiling safety level (the other
levels refer to fixed-time fills)
possible use of a three-level pressure switch: 1st level, anti-boiling and antiflooding safety levels
Traditional (with PTC)
Instantaneous
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Up to 1950W
ƒ
NTC sensor
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3 CONTROL PANEL (horizontal pushbuttons)
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3.1
maximum 5 pushbuttons
maximum 11 LEDs
16-position programme selector
power switch incorporated in the programme selector
version with 6-position secondary selector (some models)
Configuration of control panel
The washing programmes, the functions of the selector knob and the various pushbuttons vary
according to the model, since these are determined by the configuration of the appliance.
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3.1.1
Programme selector (S1)
The selector features 16 positions and incorporates the ON/OFF
switch. The various positions of the selector may be configured to
perform different washing programmes; in the first position, the
appliance is switched off and the current programme is cancelled.
For each programme, the compatible options and other parameters
are defined.
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Programme configuration
The table below lists the parameters that can be used to define the washing programmes.
Types of fabric
Cotton/linen, Synthetics, Delicates, Wool, Hand wash
Special programmes
Soak, Rinses, Spin, Drain, Softener
Normal, Maximum: the initial and maximum temperatures that
can be selected for a specific washing programme
Normal, Minimum, Maximum
Bleach, Economy (energy label), Stains, Short, Very short,
Reduced spin speed, Night cycle, Half load, Easy-iron, Rinse
hold, Extra rinse, Pre-wash
Pre-wash, Wash, Rinses, Spin, Economy, Delayed start
Temperature
Spin
Options (Normal / Possible)
Programme phases
3.1.2
Secondary selector (S2)
Certain models may also feature a 6-position secondary selector. The
function of this selector is defined during configuration of the
appliance.
• Temperature selector: each position corresponds to a
temperature or to the cold wash cycle.
• Spin speed selector: at each position it is possible to select a spin
speed that is compatible with the programme. In the final positions,
the following options can also be configured: No spin, Rinse hold,
Night cycle.
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3.2
Pushbuttons and LEDs
The functions of each button are defined by the configuration of the appliance.
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Button 1: This pushbutton is connected to two LEDs (11 – 12) and, if used, it
may be configured for selection of one or two options; in the latter case, the two
options cannot be selected at the same time (only one at a time).
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Buttons 2, 3, and 4: These buttons are connected to LEDs 21, 31 and 41
respectively and each button, if used, can be configured for a single option.
• Button 5: This button can be configured in two ways:
→ as a single option: in this case, the button is connected to LED 51
→ as a multi-selection button: the button is connected to LEDs 61, 62, 63, 64,
65, and can be used to select the spin speed and the delayed-start time.
Anyway, one of the LEDs must be configured as END OF CYCLE indicator;
therefore this button uses not all the LEDs.
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Combination of buttons: The appliance can be configured to utilize a combination of two buttons
(which must be pressed simultaneously for 5 seconds) to select the extra-rinse cycle or to switch off the
buzzer (if featured). A similar procedure is used to access the diagnostics procedure of the appliance or
to select the DEMO mode.
3.2.1
Wash phase LEDs
LEDs 61-65 can be used as wash phase indicators. In this case they do not operate in
connection with button 5.
These LEDs can be configured too; the END OF CYCLE indicator is featured on all
models.
Pre-wash
Wash
Pre-wash/Wash
Rinses
Spin
Drain
Extra rinse
Rinse hold
Current cycle
End of cycle
ON/OFF
Door locked
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Indicators
Lights during selection mode if the programme includes the pre-wash phase and
during the execution of the pre-wash
Lights during selection mode if the programme includes the wash phase and
during the execution of the wash
Lights during selection mode if the programme includes the pre-wash or wash
phases and during the execution of these phases
Lights during selection mode if the programme includes rinse phases, and during
the execution of the rinses
Lights during selection mode if the programme includes the spin phase, and
during the execution of the spin
Lights during selection mode if the programme includes the drain phase, and
during the execution of the drain
Lights when this option has been memorized (if included in the cycle)
Lights if the rinse hold has been selected and at the end of the cycle, when the
appliance stops with water in the tub
Lights during the execution of the cycle
Lights when the programme has been completed; also used to display alarm
conditions
Lights when the appliance is switched on
Lights when the door interlock prevents the door opening and switches off when
the door can be opened. It blinks when the interlock is about to release the door
(may be noticed if PTC devices are used, as these require one or two minutes
before unlocking the door)
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4 WASHING PROGRAMMES AND OPTIONS
4.1
Programmes
The washing programmes can be configured. The basic programmes are listed in the table below.
Programme
Cotton
Synthetics
Delicates
Wool
Hand wash
90
90E
60
60E
50/40E
40
30
cold
60
60/50E
50
40
30
cold
40
30
cold
40
30
cold
40
30
cold
Soak
Rinses
Delicate rinses
Softener
Drain
Spin
Delicate spin
Mini
Temperature (°C)
87 / 82
67
60
53 (*)
44 (*)
40
30
20
60
42
50
40
30
20
40
30
20
38
33
20
38
33
20
Number of rinses
Final spin (rpm)
3
450/650/850/1000
3
Max. 900
3
450/700
3
Max. 1000
3
Max. 1000
30/20
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3
1
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---Max. 1000
Max. 700
Max. 1000
---Max. 1000
Max. 700
Max. 1000
(*)“energy label” programmes
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4.2
Options
The table below lists the possible options of the washing programmes, the compatibility of the various
options and with the cycle, and when the options can be selected or modified.
The options can be selected in three different ways:
ƒ by using the programme selector: in this case, the options are configured as special programmes.
ƒ by using the secondary selector (temperature or spin speed)
ƒ by using the pushbuttons
WOOL /
HAND WASH
SOAK
RINSES
SOFTENER
DRAIN
SPIN
Rinse hold
Night cycle
Pre-wash
Stains
Short (daily)
Very short
Economy
Extra rinse
Bleach
Half load
Easy-iron
Reduced spin speed
No spin
Selection
Pre-wash
Wash
Rinses
Spin
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Half load
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Extra rinse
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Stains
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Delicates
Pre-wash
MINI Programme
Night cycle
SINTHETICS
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possible
Compatibility with the OPTIONS
Compatibility with the PROGRAMMES
COTTON
90°C
60°C
50°C
40°C
30°C
Cold
60°C
50°C
40°C
30°C
Cold
30°C
Cold
40°C
30°C
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40°C
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Rinse Hold
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Description of options
• Night cycle:
→ Eliminates all spin phases and adds three rinses in COTTON cycles and one rinse in SYNTHETICS
cycles.
→ Stops the appliance with water in the tub before the final rinse.
→ Switches off the buzzer (if featured and configured).
→ To drain the water, reset the programme and then select a drain or spin cycle.
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→
→
Pre-wash:
Adds a pre-wash phase at the start of the cycle with 30°C water (or cold, if selected).
In COTTON and SYNTHETICS cycles, performs a short spin before beginning the washing phase.
This option cannot be selected for WOOL and HAND WASH cycles.
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Stains:
Adds a 5-minute motor movement phase after 40°C water heating phase.
Ducts water to the pre-wash/stains compartment in order to introduce the special stain remover.
This option cannot be selected for DELICATES, WOOL and HAND WASH cycles.
• Short (daily):
→ Modifies the structure of the wash phase in COTTON and SYNTHETICS programmes in order to obtain
good washing performance with a very short cycle (optimized for small loads).
• Very short:
→ Modifies the structure of COTTON, SYNTHETICS and DELICATES programmes in order to obtain very
short washing times (optimized for small or slightly dirty loads).
→ Reduces the number of rinses (one less).
→ Increases the water level in the remaining two rinses.
• Economy / Energy label:
→ Modifies the structure of COTTON 40-60 and SYNTHETICS 50/60 programmes in order to reduce
energy consumption.
→ Reduces the washing temperature.
→ Increases the duration of the wash phase.
• Extra rinse:
→ Adds two rinses in COTTON, SYNTHETICS and DELICATES cycles.
→ In COTTON cycles, performs only two intermediate 450 rpm-spin cycles. (CSR)
• Bleach:
→ Ducts water through the bleach compartment at the beginning of the first rinse in COTTON cycles.
• Half load:
→ Eliminates one rinse in COTTON programmes.
• Easy-iron:
→ In COTTON programmes:
- adds three rinses
- eliminates the intermediate spin cycles
- performs one impulse spin phase
- extends to 5 minutes the “untangling” phase after the spin cycle.
→ In SYNTHETICS programmes:
- reduces the heating temperature in 50/60° cycles to 40°C
- increases the washing time
- extends the cooling phase at the end of the washing phase
- adds one rinse
- extends to 5 minutes the “untangling” phase after the spin cycle.
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• Rinse hold:
→ Stops the appliance with water in the tub before the final spin.
→ To drain the water, reset the programme and then select a drain or spin cycle.
• Reduced spin speed:
→ Reduces the speed of all spins as shown in the table:
Maximum spin speed (rpm)
600
Reduced speed for COTTON (rpm)
450
Reduced speed for ALL OTHER CYCLES (rpm) 450
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→
→
→
700
450
450
800
450
450
900 1000
450 500
450 450
No spin:
Eliminates all spin phases.
In COTTON cycles, adds three rinses.
In SYNTHETICS cycles, adds one rinse.
• Delayed-start time:
→ Adds a pause before the start of the programme. The delay time is shown by the corresponding LEDs.
→ To start the cycle immediately, after having selected a delayed start:
- press START/PAUSE, cancel the delay time by pressing the appropriate button, and then press
START/PAUSE again.
Examples of delay time
buttons
4.3.1
Temperature adjustment:
→ Enables to select the washing temperature according to the limit
temperature of the cycle.
→ Can be used during the cycle selection phase: the temperature
can be modified only if the heating phase has not started (in
pause mode).
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4.3.2
Modification of the spin speed:
→ Reduces the speed of all spin cycles as shown in the table.
→ The last position can be used for NO SPIN, RINSE HOLD or NIGHT CYCLE.
→ If the NO-SPIN option is selected, three rinses are added in the COTTON cycle and one in the
SYNTHETICS cycle.
The tables below list some examples of spin speed modification.
1 - Max. spin speed
2
3
4
5
6 – Last position
6-position selector with NO SPIN and RINSE HOLD (rpm)
600
700
800
900
550
600
700
800
500
500
600
700
450
450
500
500
0
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0
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Rinse hold
Rinse hold
Rinse hold
Rinse hold
1000
900
700
500
0
Rinse hold
6-position selector with NO SPIN (rpm)
1 - Max. spin speed
600
2
550
3
500
4
450
5
400
6 – Last position
0
700
600
500
450
400
0
800
700
600
500
400
0
900
800
700
600
500
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1000
900
700
600
500
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Button with 5 LEDs
1 - Max. spin speed
2
3
4
600
550
500
450
700
600
500
450
800
700
600
500
900
800
700
500
1000
900
700
500
No spin or
rinse hold
No spin or
rinse hold
No spin or
rinse hold
No spin or
rinse hold
No spin or
rinse hold
600
500
400
700
600
500
800
700
500
900
700
500
1000
700
500
No spin or
rinse hold
No spin or
rinse hold
No spin or
rinse hold
No spin or
rinse hold
No spin or
rinse hold
5 – Last value
Button with 4 LEDs
1 - Max. spin speed
2
3
4 – Last value
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4.3.3 Buzzer
The buzzer (if featured) is incorporated in the PCB, but operates only if the appropriate configuration code is
entered.
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4.4
Switching off the buzzer
The buzzer can be switched off by pressing a combination of two buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds.
This option depends on the configuration; as a result, the buttons may vary according to the model.
If the buzzer is switched off, the appliance will emit no acoustic signal during selection or at the end of
the cycle; however, the alarm signalling system remains operative.
Modification of rinses according to the options selected
4.5
Night cycle
Easy-iron
No spin
Extra rinse + Half load
Extra rinse + Night cycle /
Easy-iron / No spin
Half load + Night cycle /
Easy-iron / No spin
Extra rinse + Half load +
Night cycle / Easy-iron /
No spin
3
3
2
3
3
2
3
2
Extra rinse
Normal / Short
Eco – Energy label
Very short
Normal / Short
SYNTHETICS Eco – Energy label
Very short
Normal
DELICATES
Very short
COTTON
Half load
PROGRAMMES
Standard rinses
Number of rinses according to the options
2
2
2
-
5
5
4
5
5
4
5
4
6
6
5
4
4
3
3
2
6
6
5
4
4
3
-
6
6
5
4
4
3
3
2
4
4
3
-
8
8
7
6
6
5
5
4
5
5
4
-
7
7
6
-
Selecting DEMO mode
1. Switch off the appliance.
2. Press START/PAUSE and one of the
option buttons simultaneously.
3. Holding down both buttons, switch the
appliance on by turning the programme
selector two positions clockwise.
4. Hold down START/PAUSE and the option
buttons until the LEDs begin to blink (at
least 2 seconds).
Important: The START/PAUSE button can be configured according to the styling of the model, and is
therefore not always in the position shown in the picture!
4.5.1 Exiting DEMO mode
To exit DEMO mode, switch the appliance off (i.e. turn the programme selector to OFF/CANCEL).
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5 WASHING PROGRAMMES
Normal (consumer) Cotton / Linen Cycles: cold - 30-40-50-60-90° (without
options)
Phase
N.
Delay
-
Delayed start
Drain
0
Drain
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Water fill
Cold wash
Water fill
Heating
Movement
Drain
Drain + spin
Drain
Cotton water fill
Cold wash
Heating
Movement
“Stains” water fill
Pre-wash
5.1
Stains
Function
Time /
control
Delay time
VAE + 2”+
6” pause
P1 + QPW1 (*)
5’
QPW2 (*)
T
10’
VAE + 14”
4,5’
20”
P1 + Qhl (*)
10’
T
5’
Qs (*)
14 Cotton heating
Wash
15 Maintenance
17 Movement
Cooling
Rinses
1st
rinse
2nd
rinse
Cooling water fill
Movement
Drain
Drain + spin
Drain
Cotton water fill
Movement
Drain
27
28
29
30
31
Drain
Cotton water fill
Movement
Drain
Drain + spin
32 Drain
Last rinse
(softener)
33
34
35
36
37
Cotton water fill
Movement
Time water fill
Movement
Drain
D55 from full
D55
N55
E55
20”
P1
30”
Qn3
8’
VAE + 14”
Cold = 20°C
300/450/650 rpm
Refill: P1+Qw
40
T
20”
P1+ Qn2 (*)
5’
VAE + 15”
5’
30
N55 from full
N55
5’
Refill: P1
No Mov
C0
No Mov
5’(20-30-40°) /
10’(60°) / 4’(87°)
26 Drain + spin
Notes
No Mov
N55
14’(87°)/35’(2040°) /20’(60°)
Qc (*)
2’
VAE + 14”
5’
20”
P1
5’
VAE + 15”
Heat.
°C
No Mov
T
16 Cotton heating
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Movement
Only with “stains”
option
20/30/40/ 82°C without steam
60/87 outlet
20/30/40/
60/--30/40/60/ 82°C without steam
87
outlet
E55
D55
No Mov
C1
No Mov
N 55 from full
Only if >67°C
450/650/850 rpm
Refill: P1+Qn1
No Mov
C2
450/650/850/1000
rpm
No Mov
N 55 from full
Refill: P1+Qne
No Mov
C2
No Mov
450/650/850/1000
rpm
N 55 from full
Refill: P1
No Mov
38 Drain + spin
9’
COT_CF
39 Untangling
1’
N55
450/650/850/1000
rpm
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Notes:
P1
(*)
time needed to 1st level water fill
time water fills are changeable and calculated by the electronic on the basis of the delivery rate
(see specific table)
T
time needed to heat the water at the set temperature
”
seconds
‘
minutes
VAE
time needed to drain the water till “empty” position of anti- boiling (safety heater) pressure
switch
Movement: this column describes the drum movements at low speed and during spin (see paragraph “drum
movements”). The length of drain phases with spin cycle is approximate and does not take into
consideration the antiunbalance and antifoam safety systems.
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Cotton / Linen Cycles: 90 Eco, 60 - 40/50 “energy label” (without options)
Phase
N.
Delay
-
Delayed start
Drain
0
Drain
1
2
3
4
5
Water fill
Cold wash
Water fill
Heating
Movement
6
Drain
7
8
Pre-wash
5.2
Function
D55 from full
VAE + 14”
No Mov
Drain + spin
4,5’
C0
Drain
20”
No Mov
P1 + Qe (*)
10’
T
10’(67°) / 5’(53°)
/ 40’(44°)
15’
T
30’(67°) /
35’(53°)/20’(44°)
VAE + 14”
5’
20”
P1
5’
VAE + 15”
N55 from full
Wash
12 Maintenance
12a Movement 40/50
13 Cotton heating
14 Movement
1st
rinse
Drain
Drain + spin
Drain
Cotton water fill
Movement
Drain
21 Drain + spin
Rinses
N55
E55
N55
E55
E55
No Mov
C1
No Mov
N 55 from full
N 55 from full
5’
C2
20”
P1
30”
Qn3
8’
VAE + 14”
No Mov
N 55 from full
33 Drain + spin
9’
COT_CF
34 Untangling
1’
N55
27
28
29
30
31
32
Drain
Cotton water fill
Movement
Time water fill
Movement
Drain
Refill: P1
30
Cold = 20°C
300/450/650 rpm
Refill: P1+Qwe
67/53/44
67-64/---/44-40
Only with 44°C
67/53/44
N55 with 67°C
450/650/850 rpm
Refill: P1+Qne
No Mov
No Mov
26 Drain + spin
Last rinse
(softener)
D55
20”
P1 if C1≥850 rpm
P1+Qn2 (*) if
C1<850 rpm)
5’
VAE + 15”
24 Movement
25 Drain
Notes
No Mov
C2
23 Cotton water fill
Heat.
°C
No Mov
5’
22 Drain
2nd
rinses
Movement
Delay time
VAE + 2”+
6” pause
P1 + QPW1 (*)
5’
QPW2 (*)
T
10’
9 Cotton water fill
10 Cold wash
11 Heating
15
16
17
18
19
20
Time /
control
450/650/850/1000
rpm
Refill: P1+Qne
No Mov
450/650/850/1000
rpm
Refill: P1
No Mov
450/650/850/1000
rpm
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Notes:
time needed to 1st level water fill
time water fills are changeable and calculated by the electronic on the basis of the delivery rate
(see specific table)
T
time needed to heat the water at the set temperature
”
seconds
‘
minutes
VAE
time needed to drain the water till “empty” position of anti-boiling (safety heater) pressure
switch
Movement: this column describes the drum movements at low speed and during spin (see paragraph
“drum movements”). The length of drain phases with spin cycle is approximate and does not
take into consideration the antiunbalance and antifoam safety systems.
P1
(*)
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Normal (consumer) Synthetics Cycles: cold - 30 - 40 - 50 - 60° (without options)
Phase
N.
Delay
-
Delayed start
Drain
0
Drain
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Water fill
Cold wash
Water fill
Heating
Movement
Drain
Drain + spin
Drain
Synthetics water fill
Cold wash
Heating
Movement
“Stains” water fill
Pre-wash
5.3
Stains
Time /
control
Delay time
VAE + 2”+
6” pause
P1 + QPW1 (*)
5’
QPW2 (*)
T
5’
VAE + 15”
4,5’
20”
P1 + Qsy (*)
10’
T
5’
Qs (*)
Wash
14 Heating
T
15 Movement
10’
16 Heating
Cooling
1st
rinse
Rinses
Function
2nd
rinse
Last rinse
(softener)
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Movement
Cooling water fill
Movement
Drain
Drain
Water fill
Movement
Drain
Drain
Water fill
Movement
Drain
T
15’
Qc (*)
1’
VAE
1’
P1+ Qyr1 (*)
3’
VAE
1’
P1+ Qyr2 (*)
3’
VAE
29 Drain
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Drain + spin
Water fill
Movement
Time water fill
Movement
Drain
Drain + spin
Untangling
Movement
Heat.
°C
Notes
No Mov
No Mov
D 55 from full
D 55
Refill: P1
30
No Mov
C0
No Mov
300/450/650 rpm
N 55 from full
Refill: P1+Qy1
40
N 55
N55 with T > 40°
E55 with T ≤ 40°
E55
Cold = 20°C
Only with “Stains”
option
20/30/40/
Economy = 42°C
50/60
20/30/40/
Economy = 42°C
50/60
Economy = 25’
N55
No Mov
D55
E55 from full
Refill: P1
No Mov
D55
E 55 from full
Refill: P1
No Mov
1’
D55
4’
P1
30”
Qyr3
5’
VAE + 14”
4,5’
1’
C0
300/450/650 rpm
E55 from full
Refill: P1
No Mov
SYN_CF
N55
(max. 900 rpm)
Not for Economy
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Notes:
time needed to 1st level water fill
time water fills are changeable and calculated by the electronic on the basis of the delivery rate
(see specific table)
T
time needed to heat the water at the set temperature
”
seconds
‘
minutes
VAE
time needed to drain the water till “empty” position of anti- boiling (safety heater) pressure
switch
Movement: this column describes the drum movements at low speed and during spin (see paragraph “drum
movements”). The length of drain phases with spin cycle is approximate and does not take into
consideration the antiunbalance and antifoam safety systems.
P1
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Delicates Cycles: cold – 30° - 40° (without options)
Phase
N.
Delay
-
Delayed start
Drain
0
Drain
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Water fill
Cold wash
Water fill
Heating
Movement
Drain
Delicates water fill
Cold wash
Heating
Wash
Pre-wash
5.4
Time /
control
Delay time
VAE + 2”+
6” pause
P1 + QPW1 (*)
5’
QPW2 (*)
T
3’
VAE + 15”
P1 + Qdw1 (*)
1’
T
10 Maintenance
1st
rinse
Rinses
Function
2nd
rinse
Last rinse
(softener)
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
Heating
Movement
Drain
Drain
Water fill
Movement
Drain
Drain
Water fill
Movement
Drain
Drain
Water fill
Movement
Time water fill
Movement
Drain
Drain + spin
Untangling
10’
T
10’
VAE
1’
P1+ Qrd1 (*)
5’
VAE
1’
P1+ Qrd1 (*)
5’
VAE
1’
P1
30”
Qrd2 (*)
3’
VAE
3,8’
1’
Movement
Heat.
°C
Notes
No Mov
No Mov
D55 from full
D55
Refill: P1
30
No Mov
D55 from full
D55
D55
No Mov
D55
D55 from full
D55
No Mov
D55
D55from full
D55
No Mov
D55
Cold = 20°C
Refill: P1+Qdw2
20/30/40
20-10/
30-27/
40-37
20/30/40
Refill: P1
Refill: P1
D55 from full
Refill: P1
No Mov
DEL_CF
N55
(450/700 rpm)
SW W1D00102
Notes:
time needed to 1st level water fill
time water fills are changeable and calculated by the electronic on the basis of the delivery rate
(see specific table)
T
time needed to heat the water at the set temperature
”
seconds
‘
minutes
VAE
time needed to drain the water till “empty” position of anti- boiling (safety heater) pressure
switch
Movement: this column describes the drum movements at low speed and during spin (see paragraph “drum
movements”). The length of drain phases with spin cycle is approximate and does not take into
consideration the antiunbalance and antifoam safety systems.
P1
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Wool Cycles: cold - 30° - 40°
Time /
control
Phase
N.
Delay
-
Delayed start
Drain
0
Drain
1
2
3
Wool water fill
Cold wash
Heating
Delay time
VAE + 2”+
6” pause
P1 + Qwo (*)
1’
T
4
Maintenance
14’
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Drain
Water fill
Time water fill
Movement
Drain
Water fill
Time water fill
Movement
Drain
Water fill
Movement
Time water fill
Movement
Drain
Drain + spin
VAE+14”
P1
Qwor1 (*)
3’
VAE+14”
P1
Qwor1 (*)
3’
VAE+14”
P1
30”
Qwor2 (*)
5’
VAE+14”
3,5’
Wash
5.5
1st
rinse
Rinses
2nd
rinse
Last rinse
(softener)
Function
Movement
Heat.
°C
Notes
No Mov
No Mov
Pwl_1
Refill:P1+Qwo1
20/33/38
30-33 /
35-38
No Mov
No Mov
Pwl_1
Refill:P1
No Mov
Pwl_1
Refill:P1
No Mov
No Mov
Pwl_1
Refill:P1
No Mov
WOOL_CF
(max. 1000 rpm)
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Hand wash Cycles: cold - 30° - 40°
Phase
N.
Delay
-
Delayed start
Drain
0
Drain
1
2
3
Wool water fill
Cold wash
Heating
Wash
5.6
Rinses
1st
rinse
2nd
rinse
Last rinse
(softener)
Function
Time /
control
Delay time
VAE + 2”+
6” pause
P1 + Qwh (*)
1’
T
4
Maintenance
14’
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Drain
Water fill
Time water fill
Movement
Drain
Water fill
Time water fill
Movement
Drain
Water fill
Movement
Time water fill
Movement
Drain
Drain + spin
VAE+14”
P1
Qwor1 (*)
3’
VAE+14”
P1
Qwor1 (*)
3’
VAE+14”
P1
30”
Qwor2 (*)
5’
VAE+14”
3,5’
Movement
Heat.
°C
Notes
No Mov
No Mov
Pwl_4
Refill:P1+Qwh1
20/33/38
30-33 /
35-38
No Mov
No Mov
Pwl_4
Refill:P1
No Mov
Pwl_4
Refill:P1
No Mov
No Mov
Pwl_4
Refill:P1
No Mov
WOOL_CF
(max. 1000 rpm)
SW W1D00102
Notes:
P1
(*)
time needed to 1st level water fill
time water fills are changeable and calculated by the electronic on the basis of the delivery rate
(see specific table)
T
time needed to heat the water at the set temperature
”
seconds
‘
minutes
VAE
time needed to drain the water till “empty” position of anti- boiling (safety heater) pressure
switch
Movement: this column describes the drum movements at low speed and during spin (see paragraph “drum
movements”). The length of drain phases with spin cycle is approximate and does not take into
consideration the antiunbalance and antifoam safety systems.
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5.7
5.7.1
Drum movements at low speed and during spin
D55 Delicate movement
D55
sec
rpm
12
4
12
4
5.7.2
N55 Normal movement
N 55
sec
rpm
8
8
8
8
5.7.3
0
50
0
-50
PWL_1 (wool) Delicate movement
PWL_1
sec
rpm
40
1
40
1
5.7.6
0
55
0
-55
E50 Vigorous movement
E 55
sec
rpm
3
10
3
10
5.7.5
0
55
0
-55
E55 Vigorous movement
E 55
sec
rpm
3
10
3
10
5.7.4
0
55
0
-55
0
35
0
-35
PWL_4 (hand wash) Delicate movement
PWL_4
sec
rpm
57
1
57
1
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5.7.7
C0 Cotton/Linen, Synthetics – Intermediate Synthetics Pre-wash
Spin
C0
rpm
FUCS
300
FUCS
450
FUCS
450
650
5.7.8
sec.
x
0
x
0
x
5
0
AF
no
no
no
no
no
no
no
C1 Cotton/Linen Wash Spin
C1 (wash)
rpm
FUCS
FUCS imp
FUCS
450
650
850
850
sec
x
x
30
15
10
60
AF
no
no
no
AF
AF
AF
no
5.7.9 C2 Cotton/Linen Intermediate Spin
C2 (intermediate)
rpm
FUCS
FUCS imp
FUCS
450
650
850
1000
sec
x
x
x
30
20
10
60
AF
no
no
no
AF
AF
AF
no
5.7.10 COT_CF Cotton/Linen Final Spin
COT_CF (cotton final)
rpm
FUCS
FUCS imp
FUCS
450
650
850
1000
1000
1000
sec
x
x
x
30
15
5
95
75
110
AF
no
no
no
AF
AF
AF
no
no
no
5.7.11 SYN_CF Synthetics Intermediate and Final Spin
SYN_CF
(intermediate/final)
rpm
FUCS
FUCS imp
FUCS
450
650
900
sec
x
x
x
5
10
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no
no
no
no
no
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5.7.12 DEL_ CF Delicates Final Spin
CF (delicates final)
rpm
FUCS
FUCS imp
FUCS
450
700
900
sec
x
x
x
35
5
20
AF
no
no
no
AF
AF
AF
5.7.13 WOOL_CF Hand Wash and Wool Final Spin
CF (wool final)
rpm
FUCS
FUCS imp
FUCS
450
650
850
1000
sec
x
x
x
5
1
1
20
AF
no
no
no
AF
AF
AF
no
5.7.14 “Spin” Cycle
Spin Cycle
rpm
FUCS
FUCS imp
FUCS
450
650
850
1000
1000
1000
sec
x
x
x
10
10
10
10
10
20
AF
no
no
no
AF
AF
AF
no
no
no
5.7.15 Easy iron Impulse Spin Cycle
EASY_IRON_IMP
rpm
FUCS
450
FUCS
650
FUCS
800
FUCS
900
sec
x
0
x
0
x
0
x
0
AF
no
no
no
AF
no
AF
no
AF
5.7.16 CSR Intermediate Spin for Cotton/Linen with Extra-rinse option
CSR
rpm
FUCS
FUCS imp
FUCS
450
sec
x
x
x
120
AF
no
no
no
AF
Notes:
AF
indicates if antifoam function is active
FUCS antiunbalance function before spin phase
x
variable duration
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5.8
Control of water level in the tub
The water fill is carried out in two phases:
• level fill: is controlled by the closure of 1st level pressure switch in full position
• time fill: the duration is calculated by the electronic to fill the set quantity.
The different levels are determined by the model configuration and depend on the type of tub used.
Type
AB Anti-boiling (safety
heater)
P1 (1st level)
Type
Qpw1
Qpw2
Qhl
Qhl2
Qe
Qwe
Qw
Qc
Qs
Qk
Qn1
Qn2
Qn3
Qne
Qsr1
Qsr2
Qsy
Qsy1
Qy1
Qyr1
Qyr2
Qyr3
Qdw1
Qdw2
Qrd1
Qrd2
Qwo
Qwo1
Qwor1
Qwor2
Qwh
Qwh1
PRESSURE SWITCH LEVELS
Quantity of filled water (litres)
Calibration in mm
- Empty filter and without clothes (full-refill)
≅ 3,5
55 - 35
75 - 55
≅ 5,6
Description of time fill
Levels for COTTON/LINEN
First pre-wash water fill
(all cycles)
Pre-wash water fill after cold wash
(all cycles)
Normal water fill/half load
Half load water fill for “VERY SHORT” cycle
Water fill for “energy label” cycle
Refill for “energy label” cycle if pre-wash has not been selected
Wash refill if the cycle is not “energy label”
Cooling water fill
“Stains” compartment water fill
Water fill for “short cycle” rinses
Normal water fill for 1st rinse
Normal water fill for other rinses
Normal water fill for last rinse
Normal water fill for rinse of “energy label” cycle
Water fill for extra rinse and night cycle if no spin has been previously performed
Water fill for extra rinse and night cycle if spin has been previously performed
Levels for SYNTHETICS
Wash water fill
Wash water fill for VERY SHORT cycle
Wash water fill if pre-wash has not been selected
Normal water fill for 1st rinse
Normal water fill for other rinses
Normal water fill for last rinse
Levels for DELICATES
Wash water fill
Wash refill
Normal water fill for 1st rinse and other rinses
Normal water fill for last rinse
Levels for WOOL
Wash water fill
Wash refill
Normal water fill for 1st rinse and other rinses
Normal water fill for last rinse
Levels for HAND WASH
Wash water fill
Wash refill
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6,0
3,5
2,5
4,0
3,0
0
1,0
3,5
1,0
12,0
4,5
6,5
9,5
4,5
8,0
6,0
0,5
4,0
4,5
6,0
6,0
7,5
7,0
0
7,0
9,0
8,0
0
8,0
8,0
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Profile of COTTON 60 Economy / Energy label cycle
P1+Qe
P1+ Qwe
A
B
T1
1
2
3
C1
C2
CF
1st water fill
Refill water
Movement for 5 minutes
Movement for 35 minutes
Heating up to 53°C
1st rinse
2nd rinse
3rd rinse
C1 wash spin
C2 intermediate spin
CF final spin
5.10 Profiles of COTTON 60° cycles
A
B
C
D
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Economy or “energy label”
Normal (consumer)
Short (Daily)
Very short
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6.1
Control system memory
6.1.1 General structure of the memory system
The system features an EEPROM memory module, fitted externally to the microprocessor, which serves to
memorize the configuration data, the description of the cycle, the status of the appliance in the event of a
power failure, and the alarms.
Power failure and
machine status
µP
External serial
port
(Asynchronous)
ROM
RAM
Internal serial
port
(Synchronous)
EEPROM
(outside
the µP)
Configuration of
the appliance
Description
of the cycle
6.1.2 ROM
The ROM (Read-Only Memory) contains the firmware code relative to the functions of the appliance:
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Control of electrical loads (motor, pump, solenoid valves etc.).
Control of the sensors (pressure switches, motor speed, door status etc.).
Control of the user interface
Control of the serial port
Control of power failure procedure and alarms
Execution of the washing programme
In normal production appliances, the ROM cannot be modified.
6.1.3 RAM
The RAM (Random-Access Memory) contains the variables, i.e. all the dynamic information used during
execution of the programme:
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Motor speed
Water temperature
Alarms
Cycle selected
Machine status
The RAM is cancelled when the power supply is disconnected (power failure or appliance switched off).
The contents of the RAM can be read by using a computer connected via a DAAS interface.
The same system can be used to send commands to the electronic control unit such as:
Ö
Ö
Ö
Ö
Select remote control mode
Control the various loads in remote mode
Select diagnostics mode
Select a cycle and the options, and start the cycle
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6.1.4 EEPROM
The EEPROM contains data of various types:
Ö Power failure, i.e. the information necessary to restart the appliance in the event of a power failure:
- Selected cycle and options
- Current phase and sub-phase
Ö Machine status, used to perform special cycles such as:
- Electrical test (used in the assembly line)
- Continuous cycles (used in the factory workshops)
Ö Machine configuration: the data contained in the EEPROM define the characteristics of the model and
are interpreted by the function software. The variables are the following:
- Type of appliance (front-loader, top-loader, compact)
- Type of door interlock (PTC or instantaneous)
- Anti-flooding safety device
- Transmission ratio between drum pulley and motor pulley
- Structure of the washing group
- Power supply frequency (50/60 Hz)
- Type of PCB (horizontal or vertical buttons)
- Detergent drawer (3 or 4 compartments)
- Final spin speed (600 – 1400 rpm)
Ö Identification of the appliance:
- Prod. N.
- ELC
- Serial number
Ö Configuration of the user interface:
- Programmes of main selector
- Function of secondary selector (if featured)
- Number and functions of buttons
- Functions of the LEDs
- Operation of the buzzer
Ö Washing cycle tables: Each washing cycle consists of a series of phases (steps); the steps are the basic
instructions comprising the description of the cycle, which is common to all appliances having the same
characteristics:
- Water fill
- Motor movement
- Refill
- Heating
- Drain
- Spin
- “IF” conditions.... (options, temperatures, etc.)
- ...
Ö Configuration of the washing cycle: for each family of appliances, certain parameters associated with the
washing programme are defined:
- Operational limits (voltage/frequency)
- Transmission ratios
- Parameters for control of the signal from the tachometric generator
- Parameters for half-range operation of the motor
- Structure of the washing group
- Control parameters for the FUCS anti-unbalancing system
- Water fill control algorithm
- Alarm control system
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6.2
Door interlock
There are two types of door interlock:
• voltmetric with PTC: it is always necessary to wait from 1 to 2 minutes from the end of the cycle before
opening the door.
• instantaneous: the door can be opened as soon as the cycle ends.
6.3
Voltmetric interlock with PTC
1
PCB
10 Door interlock
11 Suppressor
12 (“Door locked” pilot lamp)
ON/OFF = Main switch
(Programme selector)
6.3.1
•
•
•
Operating principle
When the washing programme is started by pressing the START/PAUSE button, the bimetal PTC
(contacts 3-5) is powered by the triac on the PCB: after 2 – 4 seconds, this closes the switch (5-4) which
powers the electrical components of the appliance (only if the door is closed).
The door interlock prevents the door opening while the appliance is in operation.
At the end of the washing programme, the PCB disconnects the device from the power supply, but the
door remains locked for 1 to 2 minutes (PTC cooling time).
6.3.2 “Door locked” pilot lamp
Certain models might feature a pilot lamp that lights to indicate that the door is locked. This pilot lamp
switches off when the door can be opened.
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6.4
Instantaneous door interlock
1. PTC protecting the solenoid
2. Solenoid
3. Levers
4. Cam
5. Bimetal PTC
6. Main switch contacts
7. Pawl
6.4.1
•
•
•
1.
PCB
10. Door interlock
11. Suppressor
12. (“Door locked” pilot lamp)
ON/OFF = ON/OFF switch (Programme selector)
Operating principle
When the appliance is switched on, the ON/OFF switch closes and the bimetal PTC (contacts 4-2) is
powered, but the cam takes a position that prevents the coming out of the pawl.
When the programme starts (START), the PCB transmits a 20-msec voltage signal to contacts 4-3 of
the solenoid (at least 6 seconds must elapse after switching on). This signal causes the cam turn one
position - in this way the pawl blocking the device cursor is lifted - and, at the same time, it closes the
contacts 4-5 (main switch), which power all the components in the appliance.
At the end of the programme, the PCB transmits two 20-msec signals (at an interval of 200 msec).
- the first signal causes the cam turn one more position, however without releasing the pawl.
- the second signal (which is transmitted only if the system functions correctly) causes the cam turn
one further position. In this way the pawl retracts to its housing and the door interlock is released;
at the same time the contacts of the main switch (4-5) are opened.
6.4.2 Conditions necessary for door release
Before transmitting the door release signals, the main PCB checks for the following conditions:
- the drum must be stationary (no signal from the tachometric generator)
- the water level must not be higher than the lower edge of the door
- the water temperature must not exceed 40°C.
6.4.3 Automatic release device
In the event of a power failure, if the appliance is switched off or if the solenoid should malfunction, the
bimetal PTC cools over a period of 1 to 4 minutes, and then releases the door.
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6.5
Control pressure switch for water level in the tub
Control of the water level is performed by a three-level pressure switch which functions as follows:
•
•
•
contact 11-14: anti-boiling safety level
contact 21-24: first level
contact 31-32: anti-overflow safety level (some models may not feature it)
6.5.1
Pressure switch settings
Anti-boiling level
1st level
Anti-overflow level
Full (mm)
55± 3
75± 3
390± 15
Refill (mm)
35± 3
55± 3
240±50
6.5.2
Water fill without wash load
The table below shows the average water fill to reach the anti-boiling level and the first level without wash
load: data are gathered with empty drain circuit (if the drain circuit has not been emptied the water quantity
is reduced by about 0,7 litres).
G19 tub
3,5 (3,4÷3,7)
5,6 (5,4÷6)
Anti-boiling level (litres)
1st level (litres)
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6.6
Water fill system
The solenoid valves are powered by the PCB via two triacs. The status of the pressure switch (empty/full) is
detected by two “sensing” lines.
1. PCB
2. Anti-boiling level
3. 1st level
4. Pre-wash solenoid valve
5. Wash solenoid valve
6. Heating element
AB_S Anti-boiling level sensor
L1_S 1st level sensor
6.6.1 Calculation of flow rate
Calculation of the capacity – necessary to determine the time for the supplementary fill – is performed by
measuring the time that elapses between the closure of the anti-boiling contact on FULL and the closure of
the 1st level contact.
Flow rate =
Volume
Time (T1-T2)
Volume = Volume of the tub between the two levels (anti-boiling and 1st level)
T1 –T2 = The time that elapses between the closure of the anti-boiling and 1st level contacts on FULL.
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Water fill diagram
ELT = solenoid valve
P1 = 1st level
AB = anti-boiling level
rpm = drum rotation speed
Water in = water fill
Phase A:
The phase during which the initial fill takes place:
1. Water fill until the anti-boiling pressure switch closes on FULL.
2. Water fill until the 1st level pressure switch closes on FULL: the delivery of the solenoid is
calculated during this phase.
3. Water fill for time Q, which varies according to delivery and cycle phase.
Phase B:
If the 1st level pressure switch returns to EMPTY, a supplementary fill is performed until the
pressure switch returns to close on FULL. This phase may be followed by a further timercontrolled fill.
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6.7
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Detergent dispenser
Fill hose
Gasket
Cold water fill solenoid
Hose
Nozzle
Detergent dispenser duct
Detergent compartment
Steam venting hose (some
models)
Detergent drawer
Siphon for additives
Detergent intake tub
Coupling clamps
Version with three compartments
•
•
•
Version with four compartments
4-compartment duct
• 4-compartment duct with fork
Two-way water intake nozzle
• Two-way water intake nozzle
3-compartment detergent drawer
• 4-compartment detergent drawer
3 - 4 compartments: 2-way solenoid valve
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6.7.1
Operating principle
Water fill to pre-wash compartment
(pre-wash solenoid)
•
•
This solution is used in models with 3-compartment
detergent drawers. The detergent in compartment
“a” is introduced at the beginning of the pre-wash
phase.
In certain models featuring the “stains” option,
compartment “a” may also be used to contain a
stain-removal product, which is introduced during
the washing phase.
Water fill to wash compartment
(wash solenoid)
•
In all models, compartment “b” contains the
detergent, which is introduced at the beginning of
the washing phase.
Water fill to softener compartment
(pre-wash/wash solenoids)
•
In all models, compartment “d” contains the
softener, which is introduced at the beginning of
the final rinse.
Water fill to pre-wash and bleach compartments
(pre-wash solenoid)
•
•
•
In models with four compartments, water is ducted
through compartments “a” and “c”, which must not
be used simultaneously.
If the user selects the pre-wash option, water is
ducted through compartments “a” and “c” at the
beginning of the pre-wash phase.
If this option is not selected, the water is ducted
through the compartments at the beginning of the
first rinse.
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6.8
Drain pump
1. PCB
2. Anti-boiling pressure switch
8. Drain pump
AB_S
Anti-boiling level sensor
The PCB powers the drain pump via a triac as follows:
- for a pre-determined period
- until the anti-boiling pressure switch closes on EMPTY, after which the pump is actioned for a brief
period or passes to the subsequent phase
6.9
Anti-overflow device
1. PCB
8. Drain pump
9. Anti-overflow pressure switch
HV1_S Anti-overflow level sensor
The third pressure switch level (if featured) is used as an anti-overflow safety device: if the pressure switch
contact should open in the FULL position, the PCB actions the drain pump until the pressure switch returns
to the EMPTY position.
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6.10 Heating
1. PCB
2. Anti-boiling pressure switch
3. 1st level pressure switch
6. Heating element
7. NTC temperature sensor
K1
Relay
AB_S Anti-boiling level sensor
L1_S 1st level sensor
The heating element is powered by a relay on the PCB via the contacts of the pressure switch when closed
on FULL.
The temperature is controlled by the PCB by means of a NTC temperature sensor.
6.10.1 Heating element
1. Heating element
(1950W)
2. NTC sensor
6.10.2 NTC temperature sensor
1.
2.
3.
4.
NTC resistor
Metallic capsule
Terminals
Plastic casing
TEMPERATURE
(ºC)
20
60
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Maximum value
6335
1278
620
Nominal value
6050
1250
640
35
Minimum value
5765
1222
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6.11 Motor
1. PCB
2. Anti-boiling/anti-foam
pressure switch
13. Motor
M = Rotor
P = Motor safety cut-out
S = Stator
T = Tachometric generator
AB_S Anti-boiling/anti-foam
level sensor
6.11.1 Power supply to motor
The PCB powers the motor via a triac. The direction of rotation is reversed by switching of the contacts on
two relays (K2-K3), which modify the connection between the rotor and the stator.
A third relay (K4) is used to power the stator (full or half field) according to the spin speed (the half field is
introduced only in models with spin speed over 1200 rpm).
The speed of rotation of the motor is determined by the signal received from the tachometric generator.
During the spin phases, the microprocessor, depending on the software configuration, may perform the antifoam control procedure (if featured) and the anti-unbalancing control procedure.
6.12 Anti-foam control system
The anti-foam control procedure (if featured) is performed via the anti-boiling pressure switch (AB).
Spin phase without foam
Spin phase with little foam
Spin
Anti-foam
( Level AB )
300 rpm pulses
300 rpm
pulses
FUCS
•
•
Spin
FUCS
Spin with little foam: if the contact of AB pressure switch closes on FULL, the spin phase is
interrupted; the drain pump continues to operate and, when the contact returns to EMPTY, the spin
phase is resumed.
Spin with excessive foam in the tub (critical situation): The control system detects whether the
pressure switch commutates 5 times to FULL. In this case, the spin phase is skipped, and a one-minute
drain cycle is performed with the motor switched off; in the case of a washing phase, a supplementary
rinse is added.
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6.13 “FUCS” (Fast Unbalance Control System)
The control procedure for unbalanced loads is performed dynamically, before each spin cycle, as follows:
•
•
An initial phase is performed in which the direction of rotation of the drum is alternated at 55 rpm.
The phase begins at a speed of 55 rpm; the speed can never fall below this value, otherwise the check
is repeated.
• At intervals of 300 ms, the balance is calculated and compared with predetermined limits. If the value is
less than the lower limit, the speed of the drum is increased by 2 rpm; if the value is higher, the speed of
the drum is reduced by 2 rpm. The reduction in the speed of the drum distributes the washing correctly;
this procedure is repeated until the wash load is completely balanced.
• Correct balancing of the wash load is achieved at a speed of 115 rpm, after which the spin cycle begins.
The Unbalancing Control function may take place in four phases; each phase is characterized by an
unbalancing threshold and a time-out (maximum time).
Phase 0: Phase 0 has a predetermined unbalancing threshold; if correct balancing of the wash load is
achieved, the appliance performs a 470 rpm spin pulse, preceded by 5 seconds at 100 rpm and
followed by phase 1; otherwise, after a maximum of 60 seconds, the cycle passes directly to
phase 1.
Phase 1: The first phase has a different pre-set unbalancing threshold: if correct balancing is achieved, the
appliance performs the spin cycle, preceded by 5 seconds at 100 rpm. If not, after a maximum of
120 seconds, the cycle passes to phase 2.
Phase 2: The pre-determined unbalancing threshold in the second phase is different: if correct balancing is
not achieved within 60 seconds, the function passes to phase 3.
Phase 3: The third phase has a pre-determined unbalancing threshold: if correct balancing is achieved
within 90 seconds, a spin pulse is performed, preceded by 5 seconds at 100 rpm and followed by
a repeat of phase 1; otherwise, after a maximum of 90 seconds, the cycle passes directly to
phase 1. If the load is highly unbalanced after the second attempt for phase 3, the spin cycle is
skipped; if balancing is not perfect, a reduced-speed spin is performed.
6.13.1 Examples of operation of the unbalancing control function
The examples shown below describe the operation of an appliance with a final spin speed of 1000 rpm.
Perfect balancing
ƒ
Low speed
ƒ
FUCS phase 0 + spin pulse
ƒ
Low speed
ƒ
FUCS phase 1
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Normal spin
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Balancing after two attempts:
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ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
Low speed
FUCS phase 0
FUCS phase 1
FUCS phase 2
Balancing after the third phase
Normal spin
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
FUCS phase 0 with spin pulse
FUCS phase 1
FUCS phase 2
FUCS phase 3 with spin pulse
FUCS phase 1
FUCS phase 2
FUCS phase 3
Normal spin
Balancing after the third phase
Reduced-speed spin
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
FUCS phase 0
FUCS phase 1
FUCS phase 2
FUCS phase 3 with spin pulse
FUCS phase 1
FUCS phase 2
FUCS phase 3
Reduced -speed spin
Unbalancing after the third phase:
FUCS phase 0
FUCS phase 1
FUCS phase 2
FUCS phase 3
FUCS phase 1
FUCS phase 2
FUCS phase 3
No spin
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7 DIAGNOSTICS SYSTEM
7.1
Access to diagnostics mode
1. Switch off the appliance.
2. Press and hold down START/PAUSE and any one of the option buttons simultaneously.
3. Holding down both buttons, switch the appliance on by turning the programme selector one position to
the right (clockwise).
4. Continue to hold down the START/PAUSE and option buttons until the LED begins to flash (at least 2
seconds).
Important: The START/PAUSE button can be configured according to the styling of the model.
Therefore it is not always in the position shown in the picture!
In the first selector position, the operation of the buttons and the relative LEDs is checked; turning the
selector knob clockwise activates the diagnostics cycle for the operation of the various components and
displays any alarm conditions.
7.2
Exiting diagnostics mode
→ To exit the diagnostics cycle, switch the appliance off, then on, and then off again.
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7.3
Diagnostics phases
Irrespective of the type of PCB (i.e. with horizontal or vertical buttons) and the configuration of the
programme selector it is possible, after entering diagnostics mode, to perform diagnostics on the operation
of the various components and to display the alarms by turning the programme selector clockwise.
All the alarms are enabled during the diagnostics cycle.
Selector
position
1
2
Components actioned
-
All the LEDs light in sequence
When a button is pressed, the
corresponding LED lights
Always activated
(and the buzzer, if featured,
sounds)
-
Door interlock
Wash solenoid
-
Door interlock
-
Pre-wash solenoid
-
Door locked
Door interlock
Water level below antiPre-wash and wash solenoids flooding level
Maximum time 5 minutes
3
4
6
-
7
-
8
Operating conditions
-
Door interlock
Wash solenoid if the level of
water in the tub is below 1st
level
Heating element
Door interlock
Wash solenoid if the level of
water in the tub is below 1st
level
Motor (55 rpm clockwise, 55
rpm counter-clockwise, 250
rpm impulse)
Door interlock
Drain pump
Motor up to 650 rpm then at
maximum spin speed
Function checked
Operation of the
user interface
Door locked
Water level below antiflooding level
Maximum time 5 minutes
Water ducted
through washing
compartment
Door locked
Water level below antiflooding level
Maximum time 5 minutes
Water ducted
through pre-wash
compartment
(bleach)
Water ducted
through softener
compartment
Door locked
Water level above 1st level
Maximum time 10 minutes or
up to 90°C (*)
Heating
Door locked
Water level above 1st level
Check for leaks
from the tub
Door locked
Water level lower than antiboiling level for spinning
Drain and spin;
control of
congruence in
closure of level
pressure switches
(*) In most cases, this time is sufficient to check the heating. However, the time can be increased by
repeating the phase without draining the water: pass for a moment to a different phase of the diagnostics
cycle and then back to the heating control phase (if the temperature is higher than 80°C, heating does not
take place).
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8 ALARMS
8.1
Displaying the alarms to the user
Control of the alarm system can be configured; according to the model, therefore, some or all of the
alarms may be displayed to the user.
Normally, all alarms are displayed to the user, with the exception of:
- E61 (insufficient heating during the washing phase),
- E83 (error in selector reading)
The alarms are enabled during the execution of the washing programme, with the exception of alarms
associated with configuration and the power supply (voltage/frequency), which are also displayed during the
programme selection phase.
The door can normally be opened (except where specified) when an alarm condition has occurred on
condition that:
• The level of the water in the tub is below 1st level
• The temperature of the water is lower than 40°C.
Certain alarm conditions require a drain phase before the door can be opened:
•
•
Cooling water fill if the temperature is in excess of 60°C.
Drain until closure of both pressure switch contacts (1st level and anti-boiling safety system) on EMPTY
within a maximum of 5 minutes.
8.1.1
Displaying the alarms during normal operation
The type of alarm condition is displayed to the user by the repeated flashing of the
END OF CYCLE LED (0.4 seconds lit, 0.4 seconds off, with an interval of 2.5
seconds between sequences). This LED is featured on all models, though
configured in different positions.
If, for example, the user should forget to close the door, the
control system will detect alarm E41 about 15 seconds after
the start of the cycle; the cycle remains in PAUSE mode and
the LED flashes repeatedly in the sequence shown in the
table.
END OF CYCLE LED
ON / OFF
The four flashes indicate the first of the two digits of alarm E41
(the alarms for a given function are grouped in “families”).
In this case, after closing the door, it is sufficient to press
START in order to re-start the programme.
Time
(sec.)
Value
0.4
1
0.4
0.4
2
0.4
0.4
3
0.4
0.4
4
0.4
2.5
Pause
between
sequences
Configuration errors E93-E96 are displayed by the lighting of all the LEDs.
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8.2
Reading the alarm codes
In order to read the last alarm code memorized in the EEPROM on the PCB:
•
•
Enter diagnostics mode
Irrespective of the type of PCB and configuration, turn the programme
selector clockwise to the tenth position.
8.2.1 Displaying the alarm
The alarm is displayed by a repeated flashing sequence of the two LEDs (0.4
seconds lit, 0.4 seconds off, with an interval of 2.5 seconds between sequences).
The buzzer (if featured) will sound “beeps” in synchronization with the flashing of
the LEDs:
• END OF CYCLE LED → indicates the first digit of the alarm code (family)
• START/PAUSE → indicates the second digit of the alarm code (number
within the family)
These two LEDs are featured on all models (though they are configured
differently), and flash simultaneously.
Notes:
• The first letter of the alarm code “E” (Error) is not displayed, since this letter is common to all alarm
codes.
• The alarm code “families” are shown in hexadecimal; in other words:
→
→
→
→
•
A is represented by 10 flashes
B is represented by 11 flashes
...
F is represented by 15 flashes
Configuration errors are shown by the flashing of all the LEDs (user interface not configured).
8.2.2 Examples of alarm displays
Example: Alarm E43 (problems with the door interlock triac) will display the following:
• the sequence of four flashes of the END OF CYCLE LED indicates the first number (E43);
• the sequence of three flashes of the START/PAUSE LED indicates the second number (E43);
START/PAUSE LED
END-OF-CYCLE LED
ON / OFF
Time
(sec.)
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
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ON / OFF
Time
(sec.)
0.4
1
0.4
0.4
2
0.4
0.4
3
0.4
4
3,3
Value
1
2
3
Pause
Pause
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8.2.3 Operation of alarms during diagnostics
All alarms are enabled during the diagnostics phase of the components. When the programme selector is
turned from one test phase to another, the appliance exits the alarm condition and performs the phase
selected (if the alarm condition does not occur again).
8.3
Notes concerning certain alarm codes
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Configuration alarms E93-E96: If these alarms are generated (when the appliance is switched
on), operation of the appliance is blocked and all the LEDs light. The diagnostics procedure
cannot be accessed; the only option is to switch the appliance OFF (by turning the selector to
position “0”).
ƒ
Configuration alarm E94: For this alarm code, only the family for alarm “9” is displayed; the
diagnostics procedure cannot be accessed, and the “rapid alarm display” function cannot be used.
ƒ
Alarms EB1-EB2-EB3: In the event of problems with the mains power supply, the appliance
remains in alarm mode until the mains frequency or voltage are restored to the correct value or the
appliance is switched off (by turning the programme selector to “0”). The family of alarm “B” is
displayed; the diagnostics procedure cannot be accessed, and the “rapid alarm display” function
cannot be used. The complete alarm code can be read only when the abnormal situation has
ceased.
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Alarms E51- E52: During the diagnostics test, all the alarms are displayed. Normally, when the
programme selector is turned from one test phase to another, the appliance exits the alarm
condition and performs the phase selected. This does not take place in the case of alarms E51
(power triac on motor short-circuited) and E52 (no signal from the tachometric generator on the
motor): in these cases, the only option to exit the alarm condition is to switch the appliance OFF
by turning the selector to position “0” (reset).
8.4
Rapid reading of alarm codes
The last alarm code can be displayed even if the programme selector is not in the tenth position
(diagnostics) or if the appliance is in normal operating mode (e.g. during the execution of the washing
programme):
→ Press and hold down START/PAUSE and any of the option buttons for at least two seconds: the
LEDs initially switch off, and then display the flashing sequence corresponding to the alarm.
→ The alarm sequence continues as long as the two buttons are held down.
→ The alarm reading system is as described in paragraph 8.2.1.
→ While the alarms are displayed, the appliance continues to perform the cycle or, if in the programme
selection phase, maintains the previously selected options in memory.
8.5
Cancelling the last alarm
It is good practice to cancel the last alarm:
• after reading the alarm code, to check whether the alarm re-occurs during diagnostics
• after repairing the appliance, to check whether it re-occurs during testing.
1. Select diagnostics mode and turn the programme
selector to the tenth position (alarm reading).
2. Press and hold down START/PAUSE and any
of the option buttons at the same time.
3. Hold down the START/PAUSE and option buttons
(at least 2 seconds).
Important: The START/PAUSE button is configurable depending on the styling of the model, and is
not necessarily in the position shown in the picture!
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8.6
Table of alarm codes
Alarm
Description
Possible fault
Action/machine status
Tap closed or water pressure insufficient; drain hose incorrectly
positioned; water fill solenoid faulty; leaks from the hydraulic
Cycle paused
circuit of the pressure switch; pressure switch faulty; wiring
faulty; PCB faulty.
Drain hose incorrectly positioned; water pressure insufficient;
water fill solenoid faulty; leakage/blockage of pressure switch Cycle paused
hydraulic circuit; pressure switch faulty.
E11
Difficulties in water fill for washing
E13
Water leakage
E21
Difficulties in draining
Drain hose kinked/blocked/incorrectly positioned; drain filter
blocked/dirty; drain pump faulty; pressure switch faulty; wiring
faulty; PCB faulty; current leakage from heating element to
ground.
E23
Drain pump triac faulty
Drain pump faulty; wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
Cycle paused
Safety drain cycle – Cycle stopped
with door open
Safety drain cycle – Cycle stopped
with door released
E24
Fault in “sensing” circuit of drain pump triac PCB faulty.
E33
Incongruence between closure of anti-boiling Pressure switch faulty; current leakage from heating element to Safety drain cycle – Cycle stopped
ground; heating element; wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
with door open
and 1st level pressure switch contacts
E35
Water overflow (flooding)
E37
E39
E41
E42
E43
E44
E45
Fault in “sensing” circuit of anti-boiling
pressure switch
1st level sensing circuit faulty
“HV” sensor of anti-overflow level faulty
Door open
Problems of door closure
Interlock power supply triac faulty
Door interlock sensor faulty
Door interlock sensing circuit triac faulty
E51
Motor power supply triac short-circuited
E36
E52
Motor triac sensing circuit faulty
E54
Motor relay contacts sticking
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Start
Start
Start
OFF
OFF
OFF
Water fill solenoid faulty; leakage from pressure switch
hydraulic circuit; pressure switch faulty; wiring faulty; PCB
faulty.
Cycle blocked. Safety drain cycle.
Drain pump always in operation (5
minutes on, 5 minutes off etc.)
OFF
PCB faulty.
Cycle blocked, door locked
OFF
PCB faulty.
PCB faulty.
Cycle blocked, door locked
Cycle blocked, door locked
OFF
OFF
Door interlock faulty; wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
Door interlock faulty; wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
Door interlock faulty; wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
PCB faulty.
PCB faulty.
Cycle paused
Cycle paused
(Safety drain cycle) Cycle blocked
(Safety drain cycle) Cycle blocked
(Safety drain cycle) Cycle blocked
Start
Start
OFF
OFF
OFF
PCB faulty; current leakage from motor or from wiring.
No signal from motor tachometric generator Motor faulty; wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
E53
Reset
PCB faulty.
PCB faulty; current leakage from motor or from wiring.
44
Cycle blocked, door locked (after 5
attempts)
Cycle blocked, door locked (after 5
attempts)
Cycle blocked, door locked
Cycle blocked, door locked (after 5
attempts)
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
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Alarm
Description
E61
Insufficient heating during washing
E62
Overheating during washing
E66
Heating element power relay faulty
E71
E82
E83
Washing NTC sensor faulty
Error in selector reset position
Error in reading selector
E93
E94
Incorrect configuration of appliance
Incorrect configuration of washing cycle
Communications error between
microprocessor and EEPROM
Incongruency between hardware version
and configuration
Incongruency between programme selector
and cycles configuration
Incorrect frequency of appliance
Voltage too high
Voltage too low
E95
E96
E97
EB1
EB2
EB3
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Possible fault
NTC sensor faulty; heating element faulty; wiring faulty; PCB
faulty.
NTC sensor faulty; heating element faulty; wiring faulty; PCB
faulty.
PCB faulty; current leakage from heating element to ground.
Action/machine status
The heating phase is skipped
Safety drain cycle – Cycle stopped
with door open
Safety drain cycle – Cycle stopped
with door open
Reset
--OFF
OFF
NTC sensor faulty; wiring faulty; PCB faulty.
The heating phase is skipped
PCB faulty.
(Incorrect configuration data); PCB faulty.
Cycle cancelled
OFF
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Incorrect configuration data; PCB faulty.
Incorrect configuration data; PCB faulty.
Cycle interrupted
Cycle interrupted
OFF
OFF
PCB faulty.
Cycle interrupted
OFF
Incorrect configuration data; PCB faulty.
Cycle interrupted
OFF
Incorrect configuration data; PCB faulty.
Cycle interrupted
OFF
Power supply problems (incorrect / disturbance); PCB faulty.
Power supply problems (incorrect / disturbance); PCB faulty.
Power supply problems (incorrect / disturbance); PCB faulty.
Cycle interrupted
Cycle interrupted
Cycle interrupted
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9 BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
9.1
Version with instantaneous door interlock
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9.2
Version with door interlock with PTC
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9.3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Key to circuit diagram
Components in the appliance
Electronic board
Suppressor
Door interlock
1st level pressure switch
Anti-boiling pressure switch
Anti-overflow pressure switch (some models)
Heating element
Stator (motor)
Thermal overload cut-out (motor)
Tachometric generator (motor)
Rotor (motor)
Drain pump
Pre-wash solenoid valve
Wash solenoid valve
NTC temperature sensor
“Door locked” pilot lamp (some models)
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DRAIN_TY
K1
K2
K3
K4
MOTOR_TY
ON/OFF
PWELW_TY
Serial interface
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Components of the PCB
Interlock triac
Drain pump triac
Heating element relay
Motor relay: clockwise rotation
Motor relay: counter-clockwise rotation
Motor relay: half-field power (models with spin speed over 1200
rpm)
Motor triac
Main switch (on programme selector)
Pre-wash solenoid triac
Asynchronous serial interface
Wash solenoid triac
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10 ACCESS TO THE ELECTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM
10.1.1 Top panel
a. Remove the two rear screws, push the top panel towards the
rear and release it from the cabinet.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Electronic control system
Control panel
Solenoid valve
Detergent dispenser
Pressure switch
Suppressor
Tub
10.1.2 Control panel
d
b
c
e
a. Remove the top panel.
b. Remove the detergent drawer.
c. Remove the screws which secure the front of the control
panel to the support cross-member.
d. Remove the upper screws and release the anchor tabs
from the support.
e. Remove the control panel by releasing it from the lower
right-hand guide. To facilitate its release, loosen the screws
which secure it to the cabinet and raise it slightly.
When re-assembling, make sure that the knobs are placed in the correct positions.
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10.1.3 Electronic control board
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
PCB assembly + casing
Cover for connectors
Spindle of programme selector knob
Spindle of secondary selector knob
Pushbutton support panel
Pushbutton
LED diffuser
a. Remove the control panel.
b. Detach the cover for the connectors from the control
board casing.
c. Detach the wiring from the PCB.
d. If necessary, remove the LED diffusers from the
board casing.
e. Remove the knob flanges from the spindles of the
selectors.
f. Remove the spindles from the selectors. Make sure
that the position of the selectors is as shown in the
picture, i.e. CANCEL/OFF for the programme
selector, last clockwise position for the secondary
selector. Use pliers to remove the spindle of the
second selector (if featured): this operation may
damage the plastic board casing; it is therefore
advisable to use a new spindle for the new board.
g. Remove the four screws which secure the
pushbutton support panel to the board and remove
the support/pushbutton assembly.
h. Remove the other screw which secures the board
assembly to the control panel support.
i. Release the two anchor tabs and remove the
electronic board assembly.
b
f
g
h
i
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