Whirlpool KUDC10IXWH Service manual

KAD-9
TECHNICAL EDUCATION
DRAWER
DISHWASHER
JOB AID 4317364
FORWARD
This KitchenAid Job Aid, “Drawer Dishwasher,” (Part No. 4317364), provides the technician with
information on the installation, operation, and service of the Drawer Dishwasher. It is to be used
as a training Job Aid and Service Manual. For specific information on the model being serviced,
refer to the “Use and Care Guide,” or “Tech Sheet” provided with the dishwasher.
The Wiring Diagram used in this Job Aid is typical and should be used for training purposes only.
Always use the Wiring Diagram supplied with the product when servicing the unit.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
The goal of this Job Aid is to provide detailed information that will enable the service technician to
properly diagnose malfunctions and repair the KitchenAid Drawer Dishwasher.
The objectives of this Job Aid are to:
• Understand and follow proper safety precautions.
• Successfully troubleshoot and diagnose malfunctions.
• Successfully perform necessary repairs.
• Successfully return the dishwasher to its proper operational status.
WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION assumes no responsibility for any repairs made
on our products by anyone other than Authorized Service Technicians.
Copyright © 2004, Whirlpool Corporation, Benton Harbor, MI 49022
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
GENERAL ............................................................................................................................... 1-1
Safety First ......................................................................................................................... 1-1
Model & Serial Number Designations ................................................................................ 1-2
Model & Serial Number Label And Tech Sheet Locations................................................. 1-3
Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 1-4
KitchenAid Dishwasher Warranty ...................................................................................... 1-5
INSTALLATION INFORMATION ........................................................................................... 2-1
General .............................................................................................................................. 2-1
Installing The Dishwasher .................................................................................................. 2-5
PRODUCT OPERATION ........................................................................................................ 3-1
System Overview ............................................................................................................... 3-1
Parts And Features ............................................................................................................ 3-3
Dishwasher Systems ......................................................................................................... 3-4
Using The Dishwasher ....................................................................................................... 3-6
Wash Programs ............................................................................................................... 3-10
COMPONENT ACCESS ......................................................................................................... 4-1
Component Locations ........................................................................................................ 4-1
Removing The Spray Arm And Impeller ............................................................................ 4-2
Removing The Isolator, Badge, & Door Handle................................................................. 4-3
Removing The Drying Fan And Rinse Aid LED ................................................................. 4-5
Removing The Controller ................................................................................................... 4-7
Removing The Rinse Aid And Detergent Dispenser .......................................................... 4-8
Removing The Upper Or Lower Drawer ............................................................................ 4-9
Removing The Hall Sensor, The Wash And Drain Motor,
And The Heater Element Assembly .............................................................................. 4-10
Removing The Lid ............................................................................................................ 4-13
Removing The Lid Motors ................................................................................................ 4-14
Removing The Chassis Module And Power Cord ........................................................... 4-15
Removing The Water Fill Valves ..................................................................................... 4-16
COMPONENT TESTING ........................................................................................................ 5-1
Drying Fan ......................................................................................................................... 5-1
Rinse Aid And Detergent Dispenser .................................................................................. 5-2
Wash & Drain Motor .......................................................................................................... 5-2
Lid Motor ............................................................................................................................ 5-3
Power Resistor & Heater ................................................................................................... 5-3
Temperature Sensor .......................................................................................................... 5-4
Water Fill Valves ................................................................................................................ 5-4
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DIAGNOSTICS & TROUBLESHOOTING .............................................................................. 6-1
Diagnostics ........................................................................................................................ 6-1
The Error Code Display Mode ....................................................................................... 6-1
Error Codes ................................................................................................................... 6-2
Diagnostic Modes .......................................................................................................... 6-5
Troubleshooting Chart ....................................................................................................... 6-6
WIRING DIAGRAM ................................................................................................................. 7-1
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GENERAL
SAFETY FIRST
Your safety and the safety of others is very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this Job Aid and on the appliance.
Always read and obey all safety messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word
“DANGER” or “WARNING.” These words mean:
DANGER
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don’t
immediately follow instructions.
WARNING
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don’t
follow instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the
chance of injury, and tell you what can happen if the instructions are not followed.
1-1
MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER DESIGNATIONS
MODEL NUMBER
K U D D 01 D P PA 0
MODEL NUMBER
PRODUCT GROUP
K = KITCHENAID BRAND
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
UD = UNDERCOUNTER DISHWASHER
FEATURE LEVEL
P = DERIVATIVE
S = SUPERIOR
D = DRAWER
SERIES
01 = 01 SERIES
01 SERIES—CONSOLE DESIGN
T = 6″ TRADITIONAL CONSOLE
D = SPLIT CONTROL CONSOLE
F = FULLY INTEGRATED
I = 4″ INTEGRATED CONSOLE
V = VBL PRO LINE SERIES
YEAR OF INTRODUCTION
P = 2004
COLOR CODE
AL = ALMOND ON ALMOND
BL = BLACK ON BLACK
BT = BISCUIT
BS = BLACK CONSOLE W / STAINLESS STEEL PANELS
MT = METEORITE
PA = PANEL READY
SP = STAINLESS CONSOLE & PANEL READY DOOR
SS = STAINLESS STEEL
SW = STAINLESS ON WHITE
WH = WHITE ON WHITE
ENGINEERING CHANGE (NUMERIC)
SERIAL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
FP R 10 11181
MANUFACTURING SITE
FP = FINDLAY/FISHER & PAYKEL
YEAR OF PRODUCTION
R = 2004
WEEK OF PRODUCTION
10 = 10th WEEK
PRODUCT SEQUENCE NUMBER
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MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER LABEL
AND TECH SHEET LOCATIONS
The Model/Serial Number Label and Tech Sheet locations are shown below.
Model/Serial Number
Label Location
(On Frame Between Doors)
Tech Sheet Location
(On Inside Rear Of Cabinet)
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SPECIFICATIONS
Electrical:
Electrical Supply ................................................................................ 110 - 120 VAC, 60 Hz
Dual Dishwasher
Motor Load .................................................................................................... 3.1 amperes
Total Load ..................................................................................................... 9.2 amperes
General:
Wash / Drain Pump Motor ....................................................................................... 60 Watts
Water Level In Tank ........................................................................................................ 1/2″
Heater Element ..................................................................................................... 650 Watts
Supply Water Flow Rate To Fill ......................................... .65 gallons (2.5 liters) per minute
Supply Water Pressure ...................................... 4.3 - 145 psi (30 kPa min - 1000 kPa max)
Supply Water Temperature ........................................................................... 120°F (48.8°C)
Dish Rack ..................................................................................................................... Nylon
Dimensions:
Dual Dishwasher
Height .................................................................. 32-1/4″ to 34-1/4″ (819.4 to 869.4 mm)
Width ................................................................................................... 23-7/16″ (595 mm)
Depth ................................................................................................... 22-7/16″ (570 mm)
Minimum Front Panel (2) Height ........................................................ 28-1/4″ (717.5 mm)
Weight ...................................................................................................................124 lbs.
Cavity
Height .................................................................................................. 32-5/16″ (820 mm)
Width ..................................................................................................... 23-5/8″ (600 mm)
Depth ..................................................................................................... 22-7/8″ (580 mm)
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KITCHENAID DISHWASHER WARRANTY
TWO-YEAR FULL WARRANTY
For two years from the date of purchase, when this dishwasher is operated and maintained
according to instructions attached to or furnished with the product, KitchenAid will pay for
replacement parts and repair labor costs to correct defects in materials or workmanship. Service
must be provided by a KitchenAid designated service company.
THIRD THROUGH FIFTH YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON NYLON COATED
DISHRACKS, NYLON CUPSHELVES, SILVERWARE BASKETS
In the third through fifth years from the date of purchase, when this dishwasher is operated and
maintained according to instructions attached to or furnished with the product, KitchenAid will pay
for replacement parts for the following components if defective in materials or workmanship: the
upper and lower drawer nylon dishracks, the nylon cupshelves, the silverware baskets.
KitchenAid will not pay for:
1. Service calls to correct the installation of your dishwasher, to instruct you how to use your
dishwasher, to replace house fuses or correct house wiring or plumbing.
2. Repairs when your dishwasher is used in other than normal, single-family household use.
3. Damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, abuse, fire, floods, acts of God, improper
installation, or installation not in accordance with local electrical and plumbing codes, or the
use of products not approved by KitchenAid or KitchenAid Canada.
4. Any labor costs during the limited warranty period.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Replacement parts or repair labor costs for units operated outside the United States or
Canada.
Pickup and delivery. This product is designed to be repaired in the home.
Repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to the appliance.
In Canada, travel or transportation expenses for customers who reside in remote areas.
KITCHENAID AND KITCHENAID CANADA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE
FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Some states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so this exclusion or limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal
rights and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state or province to province.
Outside the 50 United States and Canada, this warranty does not apply. Contact your
authorized KitchenAid dealer to determine if another warranty applies.
If you need service, first see “Troubleshooting” in the “Use and Care Guide.” Additional help can
be found by checking “Assistance or Service” in the “Use and Care Guide,” or by calling our
Customer Interaction Center at 1-800-422-1230, from anywhere in the U.S.A. or write: KitchenAid
Brand Home Appliances, Customer Interaction Center, 553 Benson Road, Benton Harbor, MI
49022-2692. In Canada, call KitchenAid Canada at 1-800-807-6777.
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— NOTES —
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INSTALLATION INFORMATION
GENERAL
IMPORTANT: Observe all governing codes
and ordinances. Failure to meet codes and
ordinances could lead to fire or electrical shock.
Proper installation is your responsibility:
• Contact a qualified installer to insure that the
dishwasher is installed to meet all electrical
and plumbing national and local codes and
ordinances.
• Install the dishwasher as specified in these
instructions.
• Have everything you need to properly install
dishwasher.
• Protect dishwasher and water lines leading
to dishwasher against freezing. Damage from
freezing is not covered by the warranty.
• This dishwasher is manufactured for inside
use only.
• Install and level dishwasher on floor that will
hold the weight, and in an area suitable for its
size and use.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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•
•
pencil
sandpaper
level
wood cutting board
adjustable wrench that opens to 1-1/8″
(29 mm)
7 mm socket wrench
5 mm socket wrench
5 mm open end or box end wrench
electric or hand drill
1-1/2″ hole saw
valve (sized to fit hot water supply line)
with 3/8″ male compression fitting
protective floor covering
PARTS SUPPLIED
Located in bottom drawer:
• 2 flexible extrusions (for sides)
• 1 flexible extrusion (for top)
• edge protection
• hose clamp, hose-type
• washer
• 2 installation brackets (top)
• drain hose support
• drain hose connector
• 2 hose clamps, wire-type
• 24 #8 phillips wood screws
• toe kick
• custom toe kick mounting bracket
• moisture protection tape
TOOLS AND MATERIAL REQUIRED
Assemble the required tools and parts before
starting installation. Read and follow the instructions provided with any tools listed here.
• utility (carton) knife
• pliers
• tape measure
• flat-bladed screwdriver
• #2 phillips screwdriver
• side cutting pliers
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PRODUCT DIMENSIONS
23-7/16"
(59.5 cm)
22-7/16" *
(57 cm)
raised tabs for
optional top
attaching brackets
32-3/16" - 34-1/2"
(81.8 cm - 87.8 cm)
30" ***
(76.2 cm)
side
attaching
tabs
20-15/32"
(52 cm)
drawer open
2" - 4-3/8" **
(5 cm - 11 cm)
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* If custom wood panels are to be used,
the product depth is specified with an
11/16" (18 mm) door panel thickness.
** Toe kick depth:
Factory supplied – 2 - 4-3/8" (5-11 cm);
Custom wood – 5" (12.7 cm) less the
toe kick panel thickness for integrated.
Minimum panel thickness using the
supplied screws is 3/8" (9 mm).
*** Door front height:
Factory supplied – 30" (76.2 cm);
Custom wood – 28-1/4" (71.8 cm)
minimum.
NOTE: Product shown with front panels for
dimension purposes.
CABINET DIMENSIONS / REQUIREMENTS
moisture
protection tape
typical installation
counter top
4"
(10 cm)
32-5/16" - 34-5/8"
(82.0 cm - 88.0 cm)
tape
1/2" (12.7 mm)
from front of
counter top
moisture
protection tape
It is recommended that wood cabinetry surrounding
the dishwasher be sealed with an oil based paint or
moisture-proof polyurethane to prevent possible
damage from heat and humidity.
The utility hole must be located as shown. If the hole
is not located as shown, the hoses will prevent the
dishwasher from being pushed back all the way into
the cavity. Make sure the edges of the utility hole are
smooth or covered. If the utility hole is through a
metal cabinet, the hole must be protected with the
edge protector provided.
Utility hole:
1-1/2" (3.8 cm) dia.
hole, either side –
immediately
adjacent to corner
*IMPORTANT: Custom wood door panels, if used,
may be wider than the dishwasher to match
surrounding cabinets. The 23-5/8" (60.0 cm) must be
increased so that there is a 1/4" (6.4 mm) clearance
between the cabinet side and panel edge.
22-7/8"
(58.0 cm)
For corner installation, there must be a 1/2" (12.7 mm)
space between the adjacent cabinet doors (i.e. door
knobs) and open dishwasher drawer.
23-5/8" *
(60.0 cm)
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Power cord must plug into a mating 3 prong,
grounded outlet located in the cabinet next to
the dishwasher opening. Outlet must meet all
local codes and ordinances.
The 3 prong grounded outlet must be installed
within 6″ (15.2 cm) to 18″ (45.7 cm) of the
cabinet side wall.
NOTE: The power outlet must be accessible
after installation.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions can
result in death, fire, or electrical shock.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
For a grounded, cord-connected dishwasher:
The dishwasher must be grounded. In the
event of a malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock by
providing a path of least resistance for electric current. The dishwasher is equipped with
a cord having an equipment-ground conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be
plugged into an appropriate outlet that is
installed and grounded in accordance with
all local codes and ordinances.
WARNING: Improper connection of the
equipment-grounding conductor can result
in a risk of electric shock.
Check with a qualified electrician or service
representative if you are in doubt whether
the dishwasher is properly grounded. Do not
modify the plug provided with the dishwasher;
if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
For a permanently connected dishwasher:
The dishwasher must be connected to a
grounded metal, permanent wiring system,
or an equipment-grounding conductor must
be run with the circuit conductors and connected to the equipment-grounding terminal
or lead on the dishwasher.
If codes permit and a separate ground wire is
used, it is recommended that a qualified electrician determine that the ground path is adequate.
Do not ground to a gas pipe.
Check with a qualified electrician if you are not
sure the dishwasher is properly grounded.
A 120-volt, 60-Hz, AC-only, 15-ampere fused
electrical supply is required. (Time-delay fuse
or circuit breaker is recommended.) It is recommended that a separate circuit serving only this
appliance be provided.
Garbage Disposer:
If you plan to install a garbage disposer, an
additional separate 120-volt, 60-Hz, AC-only,
15 or 20 amp fused electrical supply is required.
Recommended Ground Method
For your personal safety, this appliance must
be grounded. This appliance is equipped with
a power supply cord having a 3 prong ground
plug. To minimize possible shock hazard, the
cord must be plugged into a mating 3 prong
ground-type outlet, grounded in accordance
with local codes and ordinances. If a mating
outlet is not available, it is the personal responsibility and obligation of the customer to have a
properly grounded 3 prong outlet installed by a
qualified electrician.
WATER REQUIREMENTS
For dishwasher:
• Hot water line with 4.3 - 145 psi (30 -1000 kPa)
water pressure.
• 120°F (48.8°C) water at dishwasher.
• An easily accessible valve with 3/8″ compression fitting must be installed in the hot
water supply line.
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INSTALLING THE DISHWASHER
Slide the brackets under the raised tabs.
Using the flat side of the side cutting pliers,
lightly tap the brackets into place. Make
sure the locking tabs on the brackets have
passed completely through the raised tabs
on the dishwasher.
WARNING
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move and
install dishwasher.
Failure to do so can result in back or
other injury.
1.
2.
mounting
bracket
raised tab
Check that the cabinet opening measurements, electrical requirements and water
requirements are met.
Prepare the cabinet opening by applying
self-adhesive moisture protection tape to
the dry dust-free underside of the countertop.
7.
typical installation
counter top
tape
1/2" (12.7 mm)
from front of
counter top
3.
4.
5.
6.
locking tab
If you are using the factory-installed power
cable and plug, proceed to the “Power
Supply Cord” section.
If you are direct wiring the dishwasher,
proceed to the “Direct Wiring” section.
POWER SUPPLY CORD
WARNING
moisture
protection tape
Turn water supply off.
Place cardboard, or other protective covering, on the floor in front of cabinet opening. Place the dishwasher on the covering.
Decide which attaching tabs to use to
secure the dishwasher. The four side attaching tabs are recommended.
If the countertop material permits, and the
optional top attaching brackets will be
used, install them now.
Tip Over Hazard
Do not open dishwasher drawer until
inside cabinet opening.
Doing so can cause serious injury.
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1.
Route the hoses and power supply cord
through the utility hole. IMPORTANT: Push
against the outside edges of drawers as
shown. Do not push against the middle of
the drawers.
2.
WARNING
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move and
install dishwasher.
Failure to do so can result in back or
other injury.
Push the dishwasher partway into the
opening.
As the dishwasher is being pushed into
the opening, carefully pull the inlet hose,
drain hose and power supply cord through
the utility hole.
Remove the strap from upper drawer.
If the cabinet opening is 24″ wide x 34-12″
high (61.0 cm x 87.6 cm) flexible extrusions can be attached along the top and
sides of the dishwasher. The top and side
extrusions are different lengths.
- Open the drawers to expose the chassis trim.
- Center the extrusions.
- If using the optional top attaching brackets, place the extrusion under the attaching brackets.
- Remove extrusion backing paper to expose the adhesive.
- Carefully place the extrusion on the trim
and press.
side
extrusion
chassis
trim
edge
lip
side
extrusion
top extrusion
open drawer
side
extrusion
chassis
trim
edge
- Finish pushing the dishwasher into the
opening.
Proceed to “Mounting The Dishwasher” on
page 2-10.
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DIRECT WIRING
Lift the right edge of the drawer off its
runner. Slide the runner back into the
dishwasher. Lift the drawer completely off
the left-hand runner.
Rotate drawer to the right onto its side and
place on the protective cover.
Slide the left-hand runner back into the
dishwasher.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect electrical power at the fuse
box or circuit breaker box before
installing dishwasher.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
Disconnect power.
Open the bottom drawer.
Press in the right-hand runner clip and
push it back about 6″ (15.2 cm).
Repeat with the left-hand runner clip.
2.
NOTE: When removing the drawer there
is limited range of movement due to the
attached water hoses.
The electrical cover is located in the back
left corner.
Use a flat blade screwdriver to press the
release button. Slide the cover to the right
and then pull up.
electrical cover
runner clip
press
release button
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3.
Remove factory-installed power cord.
Disconnect the black and white wires of
the electrical cord from the EMI filter.
Use a 7 mm socket wrench to remove the
ground screw. Remove the green ground
wire.
Use a phillips screwdriver to remove the
strain relief screw. Open the strain relief
clamp.
Pull the power supply cord through the
back of the dishwasher.
Close the strain relief clamp and replace
screw so it does not interfere with the
terminal block cover.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Run the house wiring through the cable
clamp and into the dishwasher.
Install a cable clamp (not supplied) in the
knockout opening.
From the house wiring, strip 1/2″ (13 mm)
of insulation off of each wire.
Attach the supply cable to the EMI filter.
Connect the black wires together using a
wire nut. Connect the white wires together
using a wire nut.
Place the ground wire under the ground
screw. Use a 7 mm socket wrench to
securely tighten the ground screw.
.
cable clamp
strain relief
ground screw
ground
screw
4.
EMI filter
9.
EMI filter
wire nuts
Tighten the cable clamp and replace the
electrical cover.
10. Pull the bottom drawer runners all the way
out. Make sure the latches on the back of
each drawer runner are facing forward.
Remove the house wiring knockout.
drawer
runner
knockout
latch
bracket
2-8
latch
If the bottom drawer was rotated, rotate
the drawer to unwind the hoses and then
place the drawer on the runners, making
sure the hoses are looping upward.
Close the bottom drawer.
WARNING
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move and
install dishwasher.
Failure to do so can result in back or
other injury.
Push the dishwasher partway into the
opening.
As the dishwasher is being pushed into
the opening, carefully pull the inlet hose
and drain hose through the utility hole.
Allow the house wiring to gather behind
the dishwasher.
Remove the strap from upper drawer.
11. Use the side cutting pliers to carefully cut
the two cable ties securing the hoses and
power supply cord to the back of the
dishwasher.
Completely remove the power supply cord
and save it in case a power cord installation is needed in the future.
WARNING
13. If the cabinet opening is 24″ wide x 34-12″
high (61.0 cm x 87.6 cm), flexible extrusions can be attached along the top and
sides of the dishwasher. The top and side
extrusions are different lengths.
Tip Over Hazard
Do not open dishwasher drawer until
inside cabinet opening.
Doing so can cause serious injury.
side
extrusion
chassis
trim
edge
12. Route the hoses through the utility hole.
IMPORTANT: Push against the outside
edges of the drawers as shown. Do not
push against the middle of the drawers.
lip
side
extrusion
top extrusion
open drawer
2-9
side
extrusion
chassis
trim
edge
- Open the drawers to expose the chassis trim.
- Center the extrusions.
- If using the optional top attaching brackets, place the extrusion under the attaching brackets.
- Remove extrusion backing paper to expose the adhesive.
- Carefully place the extrusion on the trim
and press.
- Finish pushing dishwasher into opening.
2.
Reach inside the dishwasher to adjust the
feet using a 5 mm open end, box end, or
socket (if space permits) wrench.
Adjust for cabinet height and level. Place
a level on the drawer runners. Level the
dishwasher to within 3/32″ (2.4 mm) from
front to back.
Place a level across the drawer runners.
Level the dishwasher to within 3/32″ (2.4
mm) from side to side.
3/32" (2.4 mm) minimum
clearance to underside of counter
MOUNTING THE DISHWASHER
1.
Leave the protective cover on the floor.
Open the bottom drawer.
Press in the right-hand runner clip and
push it back about 6″ (15.2 cm).
Repeat with the left-hand runner clip.
3.
runner clip
NOTE: When removing the drawer, there
is limited range of movement due to the
attached water hoses.
Lift the right edge of the drawer off its
runner. Slide that runner back into the
dishwasher. Lift the drawer completely off
the left-hand runner. Rotate drawer to the
right onto its side and place on the protective cover.
Slide the left-hand runner back into the
dishwasher.
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The dishwasher side attaching tabs are
accessed through holes in the sound insulation.
IMPORTANT: All four attaching tabs are
the recommended mounting locations.
Secure the attaching tabs to the cabinet
using #8 phillips screws.
side
mounting
bracket
4.
Pull the bottom drawer runners all the way
out. Make sure the latches on the back of
each drawer runner are facing forward.
drawer
runner
If the bottom drawer was rotated, rotate
the drawer to unwind the hoses and then
place the drawer on the runners, making
sure the hoses are looping upward.
Make sure both runner clips have snapped
into place. If not, pull the runner clips
forward until they do.
Close the bottom drawer.
latch
latch
bracket
5.
Optional: If the top attaching brackets are
used, slightly open the top drawer.
Screw the top attaching brackets to the
underside of the counter with two #8 phillips
screws.
The top attaching brackets can accommodate a maximum 3/4″ (19 mm) vertical
gap.
Close the top drawer.
top attaching bracket
2-11
6.
Route the drain hose, as shown, and press
the hoses into the drain hose support.
Decide if the drain hoses need to be
trimmed. If so, trim them.
Slip a wire clip over each drain hose. Push
the hoses into the drain hose connector
firmly, 5 clicks.
Position the wire clips between the two
positioning ribs on the drain hose connector.
Attach the drain hose connector to the
waste tee using the supplied hose clamp.
Attach the drain hose support bracket to
the cabinet with a #8 phillips screw at the
height shown below.
drain
hose
support
waste
27-1/2" – 32-1/4"
(70 cm – 82 cm)
water supply
wire
clip
drain hose
connector
waste tee
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Other Plumbing Options
27-1/2" – 32-1/4"
(70 cm – 82 cm)
NOTE: The drain hose connector must
not support the weight of excess hose
length. Keep the hoses as fully extended
as possible.
For standpipe installations:
IMPORTANT: To prevent siphoning, the
hoses should not extend further than
4-3/4″ (12.1 cm) down the standpipe.
waste
valve
water supply
waste
8" (20.3 cm) min. bend
radius from valve
Option 1
1-1/2" (3.8 cm) Standpipe With Air Gap
4-3/4"
(12.1 cm)
diameter of standpipe
must be large enough
to create air gap
7.
Install the flat seal washer on the end of
the inlet hose. Connect the inlet hose to
the water supply valve. Tighten securely.
Turn the water valve on and check for
leaks.
27-1/2" – 32-1/4"
(70 cm – 82 cm)
6" (15.2 cm)
minimum
garbage
disposal
valve
waste
water supply
8" (20.3 cm) min. bend
radius from valve
Option 2
Garbage Disposal
air break
valve
flat seal
washer
drain hose
connector
inlet
hose
waste
valve
8.
Open the top drawer. Remove the packing
tape from the front and rear of the dish rack.
Close the drawer.
Open the bottom drawer. Remove the
packing tape from the front and rear of the
dish rack.
Close the drawer.
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water supply
8" (20.3 cm) min. bend
radius from valve
Option 3
Air Break With Drain Hose Connector
FRONT PANELS & TOE KICK
If you are using the standard front panels and
toe kick, continue with “Standard Front Panels.”
If you are using custom wood panels and
custom toe kick, proceed to “Custom Front
Panels.”
Standard Front Panels
1. Remove the front panels from the box and
discard all shipping material.
2. On the shorter front panel, (lower drawer),
remove the tape securing the connector
and wires. Discard the tape.
3. Connect the front panel connector to the
lower drawer connector.
6.
7.
8.
Push the front panel down to lock in place.
Repeat Steps 3 through 6 for the top
drawer panel.
When installed properly, top panel should
be even with top of dishwasher with a 3/8″
(9.5 mm) gap between the top and bottom
panel.
Standard Toe Kick
1. Partially open the bottom drawer.
Turn the toe kick upside down and hold
vertically against the bottom edge of the
tub side (not the front).
On the toe kick, mark where the tub’s
bottom edge is.
metal
plate
wire
opening
lower front
panel
4.
5.
Gently feed the wires and connectors into
the metal plate wire opening.
Line up the front panel tabs to slots in
metal plate. Do not pull the connector from
wire opening.
metal
plate
slots
bottom edge
of tub side
front
panel
tabs
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2.
Place the toe kick on a wooden cutting
board, and pick the closest groove to the
mark. If the mark is between two grooves,
choose the groove that makes the toe kick
the shortest.
At the selected groove, use a utility (carton) knife and cut the vertical rib the length
of the toe kick. Continue cutting from rear
of toe kick until piece is removed.
Snap off the toe kick tabs.
Remove any rough edges by sanding
smooth.
Close the drawer. Check that there is 1/2″
(12.7 mm) minimum clearance between
the bottom edge of the toe kick and the
floor.
1/2"
(12.7 mm)
floor
rear of
toe kick
4.
3.
Partially open bottom drawer. Position toe
kick behind door and slide on the underside of tub.
toe kick
mounting
rail
5.
clamping
screw
2-15
If not, remove the toe kick, and shorten
using the utility (carton) knife. Remove
any rough edges.
NOTE: Rugs placed in front of dishwasher
could interfere with toe kick. Clearance between the floor and toe kick may need to
include the rug thickness.
Slide the toe kick back onto mounting rails.
Adjust the toe kick so that it is even with the
cabinet toe kicks on both sides when the
drawer is closed.
With a phillips screwdriver, tighten the toe
kick clamping screws on both sides.
Plug in the dishwasher or reconnect power.
Custom Front Panels
1. Prepare the custom front panels to specifications shown below.
2. Mount the handle to the custom panel.
The screws must not extend beyond the
back surface of the panel. (The handle is
customer supplied, and the location is
customer preference.)
3.
Measure and mark the vertical centerline
and horizontal position line on the back of
the front panels.
mark horizontal line
Top Panel 1-7/16" (36.5 mm)
Bottom panel 1-3/16" (30.2 mm)
mark centerline
Custom Front Panels Dimensions
9"
(22.9 cm)
2-5/16"
(5.9 cm)
15-5/8"
(39.7 cm)
medallion
cutout area
5"
(12.7 cm)
Top panel
(front view)
end may be round
or squared off
1-7/32"
(30.8 mm)
1-9/32"
(32.6 mm)
max.
1/4"
(6.4 mm)
23-7/16" (59.5 cm)
9"
(22.9 cm)
medallion
cutout area
Bottom panel
(front view)
2-1/8"
(5.4 cm)
1-13/64"
(30.6 mm)
2-13/32"
(60.8 mm)
14"
(35.6 cm)
5"
(12.7 cm)
Medallion cutout
(front of panel)
NOTE: Do not cut beyond outline of
medallion cutout shown above.
Rout a 1/4" (6 mm) radius around
back side of medallion cutout.
23-7/16" (59.5 cm)
Upper and lower panel minimum thickness is 5/8" (16 mm). Panel thickness above 11/16" (18 mm)
can be accommodated but product depth will increase accordingly.
Custom front panel material must be suitable for damp conditions or adequately sealed to withstand
moisture. Using a moisture resistant material can provide additional protection. Taping edges alone
may not provide adequate sealing. For painted panel, paint all rear edges to improve sealing.
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4.
5.
6.
Feed the wires of the medallion through
the front of the custom front panel and
push the medallion into the prepared medallion hole.
Lay the custom front panel face down on
a protective covering.
Remove the pin on both sides of the dishwasher drawer with a pair of needlenose
pliers. Pull the pin straight out.
10. Align the centerline marked on the custom
panel with the diamond shape and notch
in the metal plate to center the metal plate
horizontally. Align the horizontal line with
the top of the metal plate.
horizontal line
top of plate
centerline
pin
7.
Gently pull the bottom of the metal plate
away from the dishwasher, and then pull
down.
11. Fasten the metal plate with the three inner
holes on the outside of the bracket on
each side to the front panel with screws
provided.
three
inner holes
8.
9.
Lay the custom front panel face down.
Feed the medallion wires through the wire
opening in the metal plate. Lay the metal
plate on the back of the custom front panel.
wire
opening
12. Connect the medallion connector to the
dishwasher connector.
13. Fit the metal plate tabs to the notches and
slots on the dishwasher and gently pull up
to lock in place.
metal
plate
front
panel
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14. Line up the holes through the pinhole and
replace each pin so that the pin line is
vertical.
4.
5.
pin
Custom Toe Kick
1. Prepare the custom toe kick to the specifications shown below.
2.
3.
Lay the custom toe kick face down.
Fasten the black plastic toe kick on the
back of the custom toe kick with the screws
provided with the dishwasher.
Partially open the bottom drawer. Position
the custom toe kick behind the door, and
slide on the underside of the tub.
Close the drawer and slide the toe kick
back onto mounting rails.
Adjust the toe kick so that it is even with the
cabinet toe kicks on both sides when the
drawer is closed.
Use a phillips screwdriver, and tighten the
toe kick clamping screws on both sides.
NOTE: Rugs placed in front of dishwasher
could interfere with toe kick. Clearance
between floor and toe kick may need to
include the rug thickness.
toe kick
mounting
rail
clamping
screw
plastic
toe kic k
custom
toe kick
6.
Plug in the dishwasher or reconnect power.
Custom Toe Kick Dimensions
2-5/32"
(55 mm)
23-1/2" (59.7 cm)
17" (43.2 cm)
1/2" (12.7 mm) radius
5" (127 mm)
max.
(varies)
The black prefinished toe kick can also have a custom front panel with a thickness from 3/8" to 3/4"
(9-19 mm) attached to it.
Determine the height of the toe kick custom panel: The minimum height is 2-3/4" (70.5 mm).
Measure from the top of the adjacent cabinet door front to the floor. Subtract 28-15/32" (72.3 cm)
for needed toe kick height.
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PRODUCT OPERATION
SYSTEM OVERVIEW
ELECTRONICS
AMOUNT OF WATER
The functions of controlling the motor and the
user interface console are combined into a
single 16-bit micro controller on the main circuit
board.
The micro controller also controls a
transformerless 85 watt switchmode power
supply. The power supply uses a large dropping resistor on the heater plate and phase
control of the line voltage to produce a variable
voltage supply. The micro controller can supply 5 - 85 volts to the various components.
The user interface has a circuit board for front
controls and a touch switch panel for internal
controls.
The tub fills with 0.8 gallons of water, approximately level with the base of the spray arm.
Once this level is reached, the wash is primed
to pump water through the spray arm, which
will then rotate.
The load on the wash pump is constantly
monitored throughout the wash cycle and the
water level adjusted if necessary.
TUB HOME SENSOR
Using an infrared transmitter and receiver
mounted on the controller circuit board, the tub
home sensor detects when the tub is closed
and ready to start a cycle.
The transmitter sends infrared light through an
optical light pipe to the side of the tub. Another
optical light pipe leads from the infrared receiver to the side of the tub. When the tub is
closed, the two light pipes are optically connected via a prism mounted in the side of the
chassis.
MOTOR & HALL SENSOR
The electronically controlled 80V, 60w, 3 phase,
4-pole, brushless DC motor runs at 2300-2850
rpm during wash cycles, and approximately
4200 rpm during drain.
The hall sensor is mounted on a small circuit
board clipped to the motor case, and monitors
motor speed and rotation.
DETERGENT/RINSE AID
DISPENSER
HEATER PLATE
The detergent/rinse aid dispenser door is
opened manually to load detergent, and then
manually closed to transport the detergent to
the tub by the inlet water. An electronicallycontrolled inlet water diverter valve enables
each detergent chamber to be dispensed separately.
A positive displacement pump and storage
tank is incorporated within the dispenser to
supply rinse agent. The electronic controller
regulates the amount of rinse agent dispensed.
A red light on the tank filler cap indicates an
empty rinse agent tank.
The heater plate is a porcelain enameled steel
plate that supports the motor at the base of the
tub and is clamped in place by a lock ring nut.
A thick film resistive circuit for the heater element and the power supply dropping resistor
are printed on the dry side of the heater plate.
The heater element is only activated during
wash cycles. It is not used for drying. Temperature is maintained by the thermistor. Overheat
protection is provided by a thermal fuse located
on the heater plate.
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DRAIN CYCLE
LID SYSTEM
The self-priming centrifugal drain pump operates when the motor is rotating in a counterclockwise direction. A non-return flap valve on
the outlet pipe prevents soiled water from returning to the tub.
The lid is a single piece of injection-molded
polymer plastic with an integral static seal.
Each side of the lid is clipped into a yoke, which
is attached to a worm drive gearbox assembly
containing a small brush-type 24V DC motor.
At the beginning of each wash cycle, both
motors are powered up for approximately 10
seconds to pull the lid down onto the tub. The
lid remains down for the duration of the cycle
and is only lifted when the dishwasher beeps to
signal the end of the cycle, or if the customer
pauses it to gain access to the tub.
If power to the dishwasher fails while the lid is
down, the tub can be forced open manually. It
is very difficult to close the tub again without
lifting the lid. The lid can be wound up manually
with the tub fully removed.
FILTER PLATE
The drain filter can be emptied with the dish
rack in place by removing the cutlery basket
and opening the plastic section of the dish rack.
The filter plate is removable for cleaning by
removing the dish rack and spray arm and
unlocking the lock ring nut counterclockwise.
DRYING CYCLE
The fan moves air through the tub to draw
water from the dish load. The moisture-laden
air is then mixed with a large quantity of ambient air to minimize the amount of vapor visible
exiting from the drawer front.
The fan runs continuously during the drying
cycle and will restart if the tub is opened and
closed again. After the drying cycle is complete, the fan continues to run for 30 minutes,
but will not restart if the tub is opened.
FLOOD SENSOR
A flood sensor, located at the edge of the
electronic control board in the dishwasher lower
compartment, will sense the presence of moisture. In the event that moisture is detected, the
sensor will signal the electronic control, which
in turn, will de-energize the fill valves, and start
both drain pumps.
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PARTS AND FEATURES
The features on your dishwasher may vary from those shown below.
A
B
H
C
D
E
I
J
F
K
SE
DEL
NO
VY
HEA
RM
AL
FA
ST
IC
AT
E
RIN
L
M
N
O
G
P
A. SURE-HOLD medium rack insert
B. SURE-HOLD large rack insert
C. SURE-HOLD base rack
D. SURE-HOLD light item clips
E. Control Panel (on drawer front)
F. WHISPER QUIET sound system
G. Model & Serial Number Label
(left front edge between drawers)
H. FLEXI-BASKET silverware
basket
I. Fold-Down Cup Shelves
J. Spray Arm
K. Control Panel (top edge of
drawer)
L. Filter Plate
M. Drain Filter
N. Powdered Detergent Dispenser
(inside front drawer)
O. Rinse Aid Dispenser (inside
front drawer)
P. Water Inlet (inside front drawer)
CONTROL PANELS
HEAVY NORMAL QUICK
CLEAN
3-3
LIGHT/
CHINA
RINSE
HI
TEMP
DISHWASHER SYSTEMS
Cleaning The Spray Arm,
Drain Filter, And Filter Plate
THE WASH SYSTEM
The wash system provides excellent cleaning
results. Two levels of filtration filter the wash
water and prevent food particles from redepositing on the clean dishes.
• A filter plate prevents bones, pits, and other
large objects from entering the pump system.
• Items small enough to pass through the filter
plate are caught in the drain filter.
• The wash water continuously flows through
the drain filter, trapping food particles.
IMPORTANT: Before each wash load, check
the drain filter for evidence of food particles and
clean. (A small amount of water will remain in
the drain filter area.) The filter plate is designed
to be self-cleaning, but food scraps may accumulate. The spray arm and filter plate may
need cleaning about once a month in normal
use or more often, should the need arise.
To Clean The Spray Arm
1. Carefully remove the base rack. Lift from
the back end first so that you do not bump
the detergent and rinse aid dispenser.
2. Lift the spray arm and shake out any
foreign material.
3. Rinse the spray arm under running water
and wipe it with a damp cloth.
4. Place the spray arm back onto the impeller.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
A. Spray arm
B. Drain filter
C. Outer ring
3-4
D. Filter plate
E. Center ring
F. Impeller
G.. Heater plate
To Clean The Drain Filter
1. If the base rack is in place, lift the drain
filter access panel.
2. Lift and remove the drain filter from the
drawer.
3. Empty the drain filter, and rinse it with
clean running water, then place the filter
back into the drain space. Make sure that
the drain filter is flush with the filter plate.
3.
4.
5.
6.
To Clean The Filter Plate
NOTE: Make sure that the dishwasher is cool
before you start cleaning the filter plate.
1.
2.
Remove the spray arm and drain filter, as
described in the previous sections.
In the center of the filter plate, there are
two rings: an outer ring and a center ring.
Hold the center ring still, and turn the outer
ring counterclockwise about 1/8-turn so
that the tabs and notches in both rings are
aligned. This will release the filter plate.
Lift the filter plate and remove it from the
unit. Use hot, soapy water, and remove
any soil that is present. Rinse the filter
plate thoroughly in clean water.
Wipe the heater plate that is located in the
drawer with a damp cloth.
Replace the filter plate so that it lies flat in
the base of the drawer.
Align the outer ring tabs with the notches
in the center ring. Hold the center ring
steady, and turn the outer ring clockwise
until the lines that are on the two rings
align. NOTE: When properly installed, you
should not be able to move the filter plate.
IMPORTANT: The drawer must be used with
the filter plate, drain filter, and spray arm correctly in place.
THE SOUND SYSTEM
B
The WHISPER QUIET sound insulation system helps to maintain a quiet home environment during dishwasher operation.
NOTE: If you do not load dishes properly, the
quiet operation of the dishwasher could be
affected.
C
THE DRYING SYSTEM
A
A. Impeller
At the end of the selected wash program, the
drying fan will continue to run for a set time, or
until the drawer is opened. The fan assists with
drying, and uses a small amount of energy.
B. Center ring C. Outer ring
3-5
USING THE DISHWASHER
DETERGENT USE
IMPORTANT:
• Use powdered, automatic dishwashing detergent only. Other detergents can produce
excessive suds that can overflow out of the
dishwasher and reduce washing performance.
• Add detergent just before starting a cycle.
• Store tightly closed detergent in a cool, dry
place. Using fresh, automatic dishwasher
detergent results in better cleaning.
NOTE: Do not use detergent with a Rinse
program.
The detergent and rinse aid dispenser is located on the front inside wall of the drawer. The
detergent dispenser has two sections:
1) Pre Wash and, 2) Main Wash.
The Pre Wash and Main Wash sections each
have inside fill line markings. The Pre Wash
section has one marking, which represents 1 tsp
(5 mL). When it is full, the Pre Wash section
holds 2 tsp (10 mL). The Main Wash section
has two markings. The lowest mark indicates
2 tsp (10 mL), and the middle mark 4 tsp
(20 mL). When the Main Wash section is full, it
contains 6 tsp (30 mL).
NOTE: The detergent dispenser is designed
for use with powdered detergent. Liquid and
tablet detergents are not suitable to be used in
the dispenser. (Dispenser posts are a reminder
not to use detergent tablets.)
A
B C
Filling The Powdered Detergent
Dispenser
1. Press the latch down and the door will
open.
2. Pour in detergent. No detergent is needed
for the Rinse program.
3. After filling the dispenser, close the door
until it clicks shut. The detergent will automatically be released into the drawer during the Wash program.
D
E
F
G
A. Pre Wash section
B. Main Wash section
C. Posts
D. Detergent dispenser latch
E. Rinse aid dispenser plug
F. Rinse aid indicator light
G. Water inlet opening
3-6
How Much Detergent To Use
• The detergent quantities suggested in the
chart are for individual drawer use.
• The amount of detergent to use depends on
the hardness of the water, and the type of
detergent. Too little detergent, and the dishes
will not be clean. Too much detergent in soft
water, and glassware will etch.
• Water hardness can change over a period of
time. Find out what the water’s hardness is
by asking your local water department, water softener company, or county extension
agent.
Water Type
• You can order a water hardness test strip at
no charge. In the U.S.A., call the Customer
Interaction Center, and ask for Part Number
4171690. (See “Assistance or Service” in
the Use and Care Guide.)
• Different brands of dishwasher detergent
have different amounts of phosphorus for
softening water. If the water is hard and a
detergent with a phosphorous content of
less than 8.7% is used, more detergent may
be necessary, or use a detergent with a
phosphorous content higher than 8.7%.
Wash
Program
Detergent
Quantities
Pre
Wash
Main
Wash
Hard
(13 grains per U.S. gallon
or above)
All**
2 tsp*
(10 mL)
6 tsp*
(30 mL)
Medium
(7-12 grains per U.S. gallon)
All**
2 tsp*
(10 mL)
4 tsp*
(20 mL)
Heavy
1 tsp*
(5 mL)
3 tsp*
(15 mL)
Normal
1 tsp*
(5 mL)
2 tsp*
(10 mL)
Soft
(0-6 grains per U.S. gallon)
Quick
Clean
1 tsp*
(5 mL)
Light/China
1 tsp*
(5 mL)
* tsp = teaspoon. 1 tsp = 5 mL.
** No detergent is required in prewash section
for the Quick Clean.
3-7
RINSE AID DISPENSER
Filling The Dispenser
The rinse aid dispenser holds 1.7 oz. (50.28 mL)
of rinse aid. Under normal conditions, this will
last for about 1 to 2 months. Try to keep it full,
but do not overfill it.
To fill the dispenser:
1. Turn the plug counterclockwise and remove it.
2. Pour the rinse aid into the circular opening. NOTE: Be careful not to spill any rinse
aid into the drawer. Clean any spillage to
prevent excess foaming. Failure to clean
rinse aid spillages may result in a service
call, which will not be covered by warranty.
The regular use of liquid rinse aid gives the best
drying results. Rinse aids prevent water from
forming droplets on surfaces that can dry as
spots, or streaks, and keep metal from tarnishing. They also improve drying by allowing water to drain off the dishes during the final rinse.
The dishwasher is designed to use a liquid
rinse aid. Do not use a solid, or bar-type.
The rinse aid dispenser is located on the front
inside of the drawer underneath the detergent
dispenser.
A
B
C
A. Rinse aid plug
B. Rinse aid indicator light
C. Rinse aid dispenser
3.
How Much Rinse Aid To Use
The regulator may need adjusting to suit the
water conditions. The lowest setting is “1” and
the highest is “5.” For hard water situations, the
rinse aid should be set to its highest setting (5).
NOTE: If there is excessive foam at the end of
the wash, reduce the setting. If dishes are wet
or streaky after drying, increase the setting.
Install the plug back into the original position.
Rinse Aid Indicator
If the rinse aid indicator light is red, refill the
dispenser. If the rinse aid indicator light is not
lit, there is enough rinse aid for the wash. You
do not have to wait until the dispenser is empty
to refill it.
3-8
PERFORMANCE TIPS
• To save water, energy, and time, do not rinse
the dishes before placing them into the dishwasher.
• Choose the cycle that describes the most
difficult soil on your dishload.
• Do not worry about mixed loads. Any item
that is dishwasher safe can be washed using
any cycle.
• Use a delay feature to run your dishwasher
during off-peak hours. Local utilities recommend avoiding heavy usage of energy at
certain times of day.
• Use a rinse aid to improve drying.
• Use cycles or options that add extra heat to
the wash or rinse portion of the cycle for
better performance.
• Operate the dishwasher with full loads. Run
a rinse cycle after meals until the dishwasher
is full.
• If the home is equipped with a water softener, try to avoid starting the dishwasher
during the regeneration of the softener, since
this may contribute to poor wash performance.
Hot water dissolves and activates the
dishwashing detergent. Hot water also dissolves grease on dishes, and helps glasses to
dry spot-free. For best dishwashing results,
water temperature should be 120°F (49°C) as
it enters the dishwasher. Loads may not wash
as well if the water temperature is too low.
Water that is too hot can make some soils
harder to remove, and cause certain detergent
ingredients not to function. If the water heater
is located far from the dishwasher, it may be
necessary to run the hot water at the faucet
closest to the dishwasher to minimize the
amount of cold water in the water line.
1.
2.
3.
Run hot water at the faucet closest to the
dishwasher for at least 1 minute.
Place a candy or meat thermometer in a
glass measuring cup.
Check the temperature on the thermometer while the water is running into the cup.
3-9
WASH PROGRAMS
Select the wash program and cycle desired.
The indicator will be lit above the selected
cycle. Press the Start/Pause button.
This model meets the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
NOTE: Please refer to “Detergent Use” for the
recommended detergent dispenser sections
and powdered detergent amounts to use.
PROGRAM CHARTS
program description
Standard Program - when to use
(These cycles use less energy and time.)
Heavy
Normal
Quick Clean
Light China
Rinse
Use this cycle for heavily
soiled, everyday dishes.
Use this cycle for
normally soiled dishes
for optimum energy use.
Use this cycle for a
quick wash and light dry
to cleanup cookware
prior to entertaining.
This cycle uses a
shortened dry time.
Towel drying may be
needed.
Use this cycle for china
and crystal. This cycle
uses a gentle light wash
and gentle dry.
Use this rinse
cycle for rinsing
dishes,
glasses, and
silverware that
will not be
washed right
away.
Pre Wash 1
Pre Wash 2
Main Wash 149°F (65°C)
Rinse 1
Rinse 2
Final Rinse 149°F (65°C)
Dry
Pre Wash
Pre Wash
Pre Wash
program description
HI
TEMP
Main Wash 131°F (55°C)
Rinse
Main Wash 113°F (45°C)
Rinse
Main Wash 113°F (45°C)
Rinse
Final Rinse 131°F (55°C)
Dry
Final Rinse 113°F (45°C)
Final Rinse 122°F (50°C)
Dry
Hi Temp Wash Program - when to use
(The red indicator is lit when this program is selected.)
Heavy
Normal
Quick Clean
Light China
Rinse
Use this cycle for heavily
soiled, everyday dishes
and hard-to- clean
cookware.
Use this cycle for
normally soiled dishes
for optimum wash and
dry performance.
Use this cycle for a
quick wash and light dry
for lightly soiled dishes.
Towel drying may be
needed.
Use this cycle for lightly
soiled china and crystal.
This cycle uses a gentle
light wash and gentle
dry.
Use this rinse
cycle for rinsing
dishes,
glasses, and
silverware that
will not be
washed right
away.
Pre Wash 1
Pre Wash 2
Pre Wash 3
Main Wash 149°F (65°C)
Rinse 1
Rinse 2
Final Rinse 163°F (73°C)
Dry
Pre Wash 1
Pre Wash 2
Pre Wash
Pre Wash
Pre Wash
Main Wash 144°F (62°C)
Rinse
Main Wash 131°F (55°C)
Rinse
Main Wash 122°F (50°C)
Rinse
Final Rinse 140°F (60°C)
Dry
Final Rinse 122°F (50°C)
Final Rinse 131°F (55°C)
Dry
NOTE: Wash times can vary depending on the
incoming water temperature, type of dishload,
and whether the drawer has been opened
during the wash.
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CANCELING A WASH CYCLE
ADDING ITEMS DURING A CYCLE
To end a wash program in mid-cycle, press the
Power button. Any water in the drawer will be
pumped out.
You can add an item anytime before the main
wash starts. Press START/PAUSE and wait
for 3 beeps before opening the drawer. Open
the drawer and check the detergent amount. If
the detergent is still visible, you can add items.
To add items:
1. Press START/PAUSE and wait for 3 beeps
before opening the drawer.
PAUSING A CYCLE
To pause the drawer during its wash cycle,
press START/PAUSE and wait for 3 beeps
before opening. Restart by pressing START/
PAUSE.
IMPORTANT: Forcing the drawer open in midcycle may cause damage to the dishwasher.
NOTE: If the drawer is operating and a power
failure occurs, it will stop. The drawer may not
be opened during this time. When the power
supply resumes, the drawer will restart in the
same part of the wash program.
2.
3.
4.
If the detergent is still visible in the detergent dispenser, you may add the item.
Close the drawer firmly.
Restart by pressing START/PAUSE.
IMPORTANT: Forcing the drawer open in midcycle may cause damage to the dishwasher.
OPTION SELECTIONS &
ADJUSTMENTS
CHANGING A CYCLE
OR SETTING
1.
Press the Power button to end the current
cycle. Wait for the drawer to drain.
2.
3.
When the draining stops, open the drawer.
Press the desired wash program button to
select the desired wash cycle. The lighted
indicators will progress until the desired
cycle is selected.
OR
4.
5.
6.
HI
TEMP
Check the detergent dispensers. They
must be filled properly for the new cycle.
Close the drawer.
Press START/PAUSE.
After using the dishwasher, you may want to
use or adjust some of the preset options that
are available. You can select the Lock button,
Control lock, Keylock, or Delay Start mode.
You can also adjust the settings for Rinse Aid,
Auto Power, and End of Wash Program beeps.
NOTE: The indicator light colors vary depending on the model dishwasher. The optional
setting buttons are as follows:
Lock Button
The Lock button activates or deactivates the
Control lock or the Keylock functions. Use the
Lock button to prevent unintended use of the
dishwasher. You can also use either of the lock
options to prevent unintended cycle or option
changes during a program.
3-11
Control Lock
The Control lock feature disables all of the
buttons on the dishwasher.
To activate the Control Lock:
1. Press and hold the Lock button until you
hear 1 beep (about 3 seconds).
2. To cancel, press and hold the Lock button
until the indicator light turns off.
Keylock
The Keylock feature locks the drawer closed
and disables the dishwasher and all the buttons.
To activate the Keylock:
1. Press and hold the Lock button until you
hear the 2nd beep (about 5 seconds).
2. To cancel, press and hold the Lock button
until the indicator light turns off.
Delay Start Mode
The start of the selected wash program can be
delayed from 1 to 12 hours.
To activate the Delay Start:
1. Press and hold the Start/Pause button
until the indicator light turns orange or
lavender, depending on the model.
2.
3.
4.
The dishwasher will beep as you hold
down the button. Each “beep” represents
an hour delay, so for each beep while the
button is pressed an additional hour delay
will be programmed until the desired delay
time is reached.
Make sure the drawer is closed.
The dishwasher will start after the set
delay time has elapsed.
To cancel the Delay Start:
1. Press the Power button, or hold the Start/
Pause button until the indicator light turns
green or blue, depending on the model.
OR
Power Button
Start / Pause Button
To enter the Option Adjustment Mode
1. Press the Power button to turn the dishwasher to the Normal operating mode.
2. Simultaneously press and hold the HI
TEMP and Lock buttons for 5 seconds.
One long beep will sound, and the Start/
Pause indicator light will be red.
3. Release the HI TEMP and Lock buttons.
4. Use the appropriate buttons on the control
panel to make the necessary adjustments.
These are explained below.
5. Once the changes have been made, press
the Power button to return to the Normal
operating mode.
NOTE: The dishwasher automatically saves
the changes.
To adjust the Rinse Aid setting
1. Enter the Option Adjustment Mode as
explained above. The indicator light above
the Start/Pause button will be red to indicate that this setting has been chosen.
2. The current Rinse Aid setting is shown on
the wash program display panel. If 4 red
lights are lit on the panel, then the Rinse
Aid setting is at 4.
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HEAVY NORMAL QUICK
CLEAN
LIGHT/
CHINA
RINSE
3.
4.
Press the Lock button to increase or decrease the Rinse Aid setting. The red
indicator lights will scroll up to 5, and then
start from 1 again.
Once you have selected the desired Rinse
Aid setting, press the Power button to
return to the Normal operating mode.
To disable the Auto Power
The dishwasher is factory-set to automatically
power up whenever the drawer is opened,
even if the Power pad has not been pressed.
The dishwasher will not start washing until the
drawer is closed, and the Start/Pause button
has been pressed. If you do not want the
dishwasher to automatically power up, this
feature can be turned off.
1. Enter the Option Adjustment Mode as
explained on the previous page.
2. Press the Start/Pause button until its indicator light is orange or lavender, depending on the model, and the indicator light for
the HI TEMP button is red. If the indicator
lights are not on, press the Power button to
return to Normal operating mode, and
start again.
3. Press the Lock button to turn the Auto
Power feature on or off. If all the red lights
on the wash program panel are off, the
Auto Power feature has been turned off.
4. Press the Power button to return to the
Normal operating mode.
Auto Power On
Auto Power Off
HEAVY NORMAL QUICK
CLEAN
LIGHT/
CHINA
RINSE
HEAVY NORMAL QUICK
CLEAN
LIGHT/
CHINA
RINSE
To disable the “End of Wash” Program
beeps
The dishwasher is factory-set to beep 6 times
at the end of the selected wash program. This
feature can be disabled.
1. Enter the Option Adjustment Mode as
explained on the previous page.
2. Press the Start/Pause button until the indicator light is green or blue, depending on
the model, and the HI TEMP indicator light
is red. If the indicator lights are not on,
press the Power button to return to Normal
operating mode, and start again.
3. Press the Lock button to turn the “End of
Wash” Program beeps on or off. If the
“End of Wash” program beeps have been
turned off, all the red indicator lights on the
wash program panel will be off.
4. Press the Power button to return to the
Normal operating mode.
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Beeps On
Beeps Off
HEAVY NORMAL QUICK
CLEAN
LIGHT/
CHINA
RINSE
HEAVY NORMAL QUICK
CLEAN
LIGHT/
CHINA
RINSE
— NOTES —
3-14
COMPONENT ACCESS
This section instructs you on how to service each component inside the Drawer Dishwasher. The
components and their locations are shown below.
COMPONENT LOCATIONS
In-Tub Components
Spray Arm
Impeller
Coarse Filter
Hall Sensor
Wash & Drain Motor
Heater Element
Rinse Aid LED
Drying Fan
Rinse Aid & Detergent
Dispenser Pumps
Controller
Tub-Mounted Components
Water Fill
Valve
Lid Motor
(1 of 4)
Power Cord
Chassis
Module
Cabinet-Mounted Components
4-1
REMOVING THE SPRAY ARM AND IMPELLER
5.
WARNING
To Remove: Turn
Outer Ring CCW
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
Rotate the outer ring on the filter plate
counterclockwise (CCW) until the slots
and tabs in the outer and inner rings align,
then lift the filter plate, and remove it from
the tub.
Outer Ring Slot
Inner Ring Tab
Alignment
Marks
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Turn off the water going to the dishwasher.
Remove the dishracks and silverware
basket from the tub.
6.
Rotate the outer ring on the impeller counterclockwise (CCW) as far as it will go, then
lift the impeller, and remove it from the tub.
To Remove: Turn
Impeller Ring CCW
4.
Lift the spray arm off the impeller.
Impeller
Spray Arm
Impeller
4-2
REMOVING THE ISOLATOR, BADGE, & DOOR HANDLE
5.
WARNING
To remove the isolator:
a) Disconnect the two green ground wires
from the inner door panel, and the badge
connector from the isolator connector.
b) Remove the isolator from the front of
the dishwasher.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
Ground Wires
Badge & Isolator
Connectors
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Open the dishwasher drawer.
Using a pair of longnosed pliers, pull out
and remove the left and right pins from the
tub. NOTE: Keep the pin web in the vertical position when you reinstall the pin in
the tub.
Isolator
c) Disconnect the two wire connectors
from the isolator.
Isolator
Side Of Tub
Pin
Connector
(Blue Wires)
4.
Pull the drawer front down so it is free of
the handle and the top locating slots and
remove the front.
Connector
(White Wires)
Continued on the next page.
4-3
6.
Pry up on the inner door panel, slide the
panel down, and remove it from the door.
7.
8.
Inner Door Panel
To remove the badge from the door,
push it out of the door opening.
To remove the door handle, remove the
two hex-head screws.
Slide Down & Lift
Badge
Pry Inner Door Panel Up
Door Handle Screws
4-4
REMOVING THE DRYING FAN AND RINSE AID LED
6.
WARNING
7.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Pull out on the drying fan air chute and
slide the chute off the drawer. NOTE: The
top of the chute has two small slots that fit
into tabs, so you may have to push up on
the top while you pull out to clear the tabs.
Pull the fan/LED connector off the controller board marked FAN.
Fan/LED
Connector
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Turn off the water going to the dishwasher.
Disconnect the drain line from the dishwasher.
Remove the door panel from the drawer
(see page 4-4 for the procedure).
Remove the dishwasher drawer and turn
it over (see page 4-9 for the procedure).
Air Chute
8.
Using a straight-blade screwdriver, pry
the three locking tabs holding the drying
fan away from the fan, and remove it from
the drawer holder.
Locking Tabs
Rinse Aid LED
Drying Fan
NOTE: The drying fan and rinse aid LED are
replaced as an assembly.
Continued on the next page.
4-5
9.
On the rinse aid & detergent dispenser
pump housing, unsnap the two locking
tabs of the LED cover, and raise the cover.
10. Slide the rinse aid LED out of its holder.
Unsnap Tabs
LED & Holder
LED Cover
Rinse Aid & Detergent
Dispenser Pump Housing
4-6
REMOVING THE CONTROLLER
5.
WARNING
6.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
Pull the five connectors from the edges of
the controller board.
Press in on the locking tab of the controller
and remove the controller from the drawer.
6-Wire BADGE
4-Wire DISPENSER
4-Wire FAN
CONTROLLER
1.
2.
3.
4.
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Turn off the water going to the dishwasher.
Disconnect the drain line from the dishwasher.
Remove the door panel from the drawer
(see page 4-4 for the procedure).
Locking Tab
Controller
6-Wire MOTOR
14-Wire CHASSIS
4-7
REMOVING THE RINSE AID AND
DETERGENT DISPENSER
8.
Disconnect the wire connectors from the
rinse aid and detergent dispenser. Press
out on the locking tab of each connector to
release the connectors.
9. Remove the three T10 torx screws from
the left and right housing mounting brackets, and remove the brackets.
10. Lower the rinse aid and detergent dispenser
housing assembly into the tub and remove it.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
Left Bracket & Screws
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Turn off the water going to the dishwasher.
Disconnect the drain line from the dishwasher.
Remove the door panel from the drawer
(see page 4-4 for the procedure).
Remove the dishwasher drawer and turn
it over (see page 4-9 for the procedure).
Dispenser Hose Clamp
Wire Connector
Rinse Aid & Detergent Dispenser
6.
7.
Remove the rinse aid LED from the rinse
aid and detergent dispenser housing (see
page 4-5).
Loosen the clamp on the dispenser hose,
and slide the clamp off the dispenser fitting,
(see the photo in step 10), then pull the
dispenser hose off the fitting.
Locking Tab
11. Check the seal around the dispenser to
make sure that it is not damaged or worn.
Seal
4-8
REMOVING THE UPPER OR LOWER DRAWER
WARNING
7.
Lift the drawer from the rails, and push the
rails back into the cabinet.
8.
Turn the drawer over so the bottom side is
facing up.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Turn off the water going to the dishwasher.
Disconnect the drain line from the dishwasher.
NOTE: The components that are mounted to
the bottom of the upper and lower drawers are
identical, and are mounted in the same manner. The lower drawer components will be
shown.
4. Open the lower dishwasher drawer.
5. Remove the door panel from the drawer
(see page 4-4 for the procedure).
6. Press in on the tub clips on the left and right
rails, and push the rails back about 1″.
Push Door Rail Back
Press In On Clip
4-9
REMOVING THE HALL SENSOR, THE WASH AND
DRAIN MOTOR, AND THE HEATER ELEMENT ASSEMBLY
6.
WARNING
7.
Use a screwdriver and unsnap the underside of the wiring cover arms, and remove
the cover from the bottom of the drawer.
Wedge a screwdriver blade into the three
top slots of the wiring cover and unsnap
the cover from the motor housing.
Slot
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Slot
Slot
Wiring Cover
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Turn off the water going to the dishwasher.
Disconnect the drain line from the dishwasher.
Remove the dishwasher drawer and turn
it over (see page 4-9 for the procedure).
Unclip the locking tab from the air cover,
slide it forward off the rails, and remove
the cover.
Rail
Unsnap Arm
Hall
Sensor
Rail
Air Cover
Tab
Unsnap Arm
Wash &
Drain Motor
Heater
Element
Assembly
4-10
8.
To remove the hall sensor:
a) Disconnect the wire connector at P701.
b) Unclip the locking tab from the hall
sensor board and lift the board up and
off the motor/heater housing.
Ground Wire
Drain & Fill
Hoses
Locking Tab
Hall Sensor
P701
Wire Connector
Electrical
Wires
Heater
Element
Connector
Locking Ring
e) Unclip the two locking arms on the motor
housing from the end of the drain hose,
and pull the hose out of the housing.
Drain Hose
Lift Sensor
9.
To remove the wash and drain motor
and heater element assembly:
a) Remove the hall sensor (see step 8).
b) Disconnect the green wire from the
ground terminal (see the photo at the
top of the right column).
c) Remove the drain and fill hoses, and
the electrical wires from the locking ring
clips.
d) Disconnect the heater element wiring
connector.
4-11
Motor Housing
W / Locking Arms
Continued on the next page.
f) Pull straight up and disconnect the three
wire connectors from the motor terminals.
h) Lift the motor housing, locking ring, and
heater element off the tub, and pull the
suction nozzle out of the tub drain opening.
3 Motor Wire
Connectors
Suction Nozzle
Drain Opening
g) Lift the locking arm, and rotate the
locking ring in a counterclockwise direction until the outer tabs line up with
the tub slots. NOTE: The motor housing tabs and slots will also be loose at
this point.
i) Remove the wash and drain motor and
the heater element from the tub.
Locking Arm
Motor W/Seal
Installed
Motor Housing
Align These
Tabs and Slots
Heater Element
REASSEMBLY NOTES:
1. Check the motor and heater seals for wear
or damage. Replace them, if necessary.
2. When you reinstall the heater element,
locking ring, and wash & drain motor onto
the tub, make sure that the seals below the
locking ring and the motor housing are
properly positioned to prevent leaking.
3. When tightening the locking ring, make
sure that you tighten it fully so that the
locking arm (shown in the photo to the left)
is locked behind the tub. If the ring is not
fully tightened, the locking tabs will not
align properly with the slots in the wiring
cover.
4-12
REMOVING THE LID
6.
WARNING
7.
8.
Insert a regular screwdriver blade into the
slot of one of the front locking arms.
Pry down on the screwdriver far enough to
fully depress the locking arm.
Pull down on the lid so it just clears the
arm.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
Lid
Lower
Lid To
Here
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Turn off the water going to the dishwasher.
Disconnect the drain line from the dishwasher.
4. Remove dishwasher drawer for the lid you
wish to service (see page 4-9 for the
procedure).
5. Position the dishwasher drawer to the
side, out of the way. Be careful not to
stress the hoses and wiring.
NOTE: There are four locking arms inside the
cabinet, (two on each side, as shown below),
holding the lid in place. You will need to release
these four arms to remove the lid.
Pull Down
1.
2.
3.
Locking
Arm Slot
9.
Repeat the previous steps for the remaining front, and then two rear locking arms.
10. Position the lid so it is in the two indents in
the sides of the cabinet, and remove the lid
from the unit.
Cabinet
Indent
Lid
Front
Locking Arm
NOTE: Check the rubber seals on the top of the
lid for wear. Replace the lid, if necessary.
Rear
Locking Arm
Rubber Seal
4-13
REMOVING THE LID MOTORS
WARNING
Yoke
Unsnap Tabs
Drawer
Rail
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Turn off the water going to the dishwasher.
Disconnect the drain line from the dishwasher.
Remove the bottom dishwasher drawer
(see page 4-9 for the procedure).
Position the dishwasher drawer to the
side, out of the way. Be careful not to
stress the hoses and wiring.
Use a flat-blade screwdriver and press the
release button. Slide the chassis module
cover to the right, and then pull it up to
remove it.
Lower the lid motor and remove the wires
from the motor housing clip and from the
chassis module clip.
Wire Clips
9.
Chassis Module Cover
Disconnect the lid motor connector from
the chassis module at the appropriate
following connectors.
P406 (Upper Left) P404 (Upper Right)
P403 (Lower Left) P405 (Lower Right)
Chassis
Module
P404 P406
P403 P405
Press Release Button
7.
Unsnap the top arm of the lid motor from
the yoke by squeezing the two tabs together (see the photo at the top of the right
column). NOTE: The lid will drop down at
this time. Support it on the drawer rail.
10. Pull the lid motor out
from behind the
drawer rail and remove the motor and
linkage.
4-14
Linkage
REMOVING THE CHASSIS MODULE AND POWER CORD
WARNING
Screw
Locking Tab
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Chassis Module
c) Disconnect the eight wire connectors
from the module.
P401
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Turn off the water going to the dishwasher.
Disconnect the drain line from the dishwasher.
Remove the bottom dishwasher drawer
(see page 4-9 for the procedure).
Position the dishwasher drawer to the
side, out of the way. Be careful not to
stress the hoses and wiring.
Use a flat-blade screwdriver and press the
release button. Slide the chassis module
cover to the right, and then pull it up to
remove it.
P402
P408
P409
P404 P406
8.
Chassis Module Cover
P403 P405
To remove the power cord:
a) Disconnect connectors P408 (white)
and P409 (black) from the terminal strip.
b) Remove the 7 mm hex-head screw
from the green ground wire and remove
the wire.
c) Remove the screw from the clamp,
open the clamp, and remove the power
cord from the unit.
Power Cord
Clamp Screw
P408
Press Release Button
7.
To remove the chassis module:
a) Remove the screw from the chassis
module (see the photo at the top of the
right column).
b) Unhook the locking tab from the module and lift the module out of its holder.
4-15
P409
Ground Wire
REMOVING THE WATER FILL VALVES
8.
WARNING
Disconnect the outlet lines from the valves.
Lower Outlet
Upper Outlet
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Turn off the water going to the dishwasher.
Disconnect the drain line from the dishwasher.
Remove the bottom dishwasher drawer
(see page 4-9 for the procedure).
Position the dishwasher drawer to the
side, out of the way. Be careful not to
stress the hoses and wiring.
Remove the chassis module cover (see
step 6 on page 4-15- for the procedure).
Remove the water inlet line from the water
fill valves, then lift the valves off the housing and remove the valves.
9.
Disconnect the wire connector locking tabs
from the upper and lower outlet water
valve solenoid terminals, and remove the
connectors.
Upper Outlet
(White Wires)
Lower Outlet
(Black Wires)
Lift
Water Inlet
Line
4-16
COMPONENT TESTING
Before testing any of the components, perform
the following checks:
• Control failure can be the result of corrosion
on connectors. Therefore, disconnecting and
reconnecting wires will be necessary throughout test procedures.
• All tests/checks should be made with a VOM
or DVM having a sensitivity of 20,000 ohmsper-volt DC, or greater.
• Check all connections before replacing components, looking for broken or loose wires,
failed terminals, or wires not pressed into
connectors far enough.
• Resistance checks must be made with power
cord unplugged from outlet, and with wiring
harness or connectors disconnected.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
DRYING FAN
Refer to page 4-5 for the procedure for servicing the drying fan.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2.
Disconnect the wire connector from the
FAN terminals on the controller.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to drying fan
terminals 1 (red) and 2 (black). The meter
should indicate approximately 3400 Ω.
1
5-1
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
WASH & DRAIN MOTOR
RINSE AID AND DETERGENT
DISPENSER
Refer to page 4-10 for the procedure for servicing the wash & drain motor.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Refer to page 4-8 for the procedure for servicing the rinse aid and detergent dispenser.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2.
Disconnect the wire connector from the
DISPENSER terminals on the controller.
Disconnect the wire connector from the
MOTOR terminals on the controller.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to rinse aid
terminals 1 and 2. The meter should indicate between 65 and 75 Ω.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
following terminals. The meter should indicate between 7.5 and 8.5 Ω per coil.
2.
5.
Coil 1 = terminals 1 and 2
Coil 2 = terminals 1 and 3
Coil 3 = terminals 2 and 3
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to detergent
dispenser terminals 3 and 4. The meter
should indicate between 65 and 75 Ω.
1
1
5-2
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
LID MOTOR
POWER RESISTOR & HEATER
Refer to page 4-14 for the procedure for servicing the lid motors.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Refer to page 4-10 for the procedure for servicing the heater element assembly. NOTE: The
power resistor is part of the heater element
assembly.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2.
Disconnect the lid motor connector from
the chassis module at the appropriate
following connectors.
P406 (Upper Left)
P403 (Lower Left)
2.
Disconnect the wire connector from the
CHASSIS HARNESS terminals on the
controller.
P404 (Upper Right)
P405 (Lower Right)
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the lid
motor connector terminals. The meter
should indicate between 55 and 200 Ω.
4.
To test the power resistor, touch the
ohmmeter test leads to heater terminals 4
and 9. The meter should indicate between
25 and 35 Ω.
5.
To test the heater, touch the ohmmeter
test leads to heater terminals 6 and 9. The
meter should indicate between 23 and 29 Ω.
1
Connector
5-3
4
6
9
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
WATER FILL VALVES
Refer to page 4-10 for the procedure for servicing the heater element assembly. NOTE: The
temperature sensor is part of the heater element assembly.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Refer to page 4-16 for the procedure for servicing the water fill valves.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2.
Disconnect the wire connectors from the
water fill valve solenoid terminals.
2.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the upper and lower water fill valve solenoid
terminals. The meter should indicate between 65 and 75 Ω.
Disconnect the wire connector from the
CHASSIS HARNESS terminals on the
controller.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to heater
terminals 1 and 2. The meter should indicate as follows:
962 Ω @ 68°F (20°C)
1000 Ω @ 86°F (30°C)
1200 Ω @ 140°F (60°C)
1
2
Upper
Solenoid
Terminals
Lower
5-4
DIAGNOSTICS & TROUBLESHOOTING
DIAGNOSTICS
THE ERROR CODE DISPLAY MODE
3. Press Start/Pause. The current error code
is displayed on the drawer control panel
LEDs, followed by the previous error code.
4. Press the Keylock button to clear the current error code. Press Keylock again to
clear the previous error code.
5. Press the Power button to exit the Error
Code Display mode.
To enter the error code display mode:
1. Press the Power button for the Power On
mode.
2. Press the Keylock button, and then the
Start/Pause button. Hold both buttons for 5
seconds. The Start/Pause LED is on.
6-1
ERROR CODES
WILL NOT RUN ON POWER UP
MOTOR FAILURE
NO LED DISPLAY
No Power To Unit
Check fuses, circuit breakers and junction
box connections.
Motor Jammed
Free jammed rotor, check for damage to
rotor and rotor housing.
Power To One Tub Only
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Check connections to chassis PC board,
controller and element.
3. Check resistance of power resistor; replace
if necessary.
4. Replace controller if necessary.
Stator Wiring Damaged
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Check stator winding resistances, replace
stator if necessary.
Hall Sensor Out Of Position
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Ensure sensor is clipped into the stator
housing properly.
Loose Connections
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Check connections to machine and chassis
PC board.
Hall Sensor Connection Bad
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Check sensor connection at the electronic
controller.
Faulty EMI Filter
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Check resistance of the EMI filter (<1 Ω);
replace if necessary.
Hall Sensor Failed
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Replace sensor.
Faulty Chassis PCB
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Check connections on chassis PCB; replace if necessary.
6-2
FAILED TEMP SENSOR OR ELEMENT
FLOOD SWITCH ACTIVATED
Failed Heater Element
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Check resistance of element; replace heater
plate if necessary.
Lid Not Sealing Correctly
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Remove lid and repair or replace lid or
motor assembly.
Temperature Sensor Failed
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Check resistance of temperature sensor;
replace heater plate if necessary.
Water Valve Leaking
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Tighten connections or replace valve as
necessary.
Bad Wiring Or Connections
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Check element edge connector, wiring and
electronic controller connection.
Spray Arm Is Split
Replace spray arm.
Spray Arm Not Turning Freely
Clear any obstructions to spray arm.
Electronic Controller Failed
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Replace electronic controller if necessary.
Split Inlet Hose
Replace inlet hose.
Split Drain Hose
Replace drain hose.
Blocked Drain Hose
Clear hose blockage.
Heater Plate O-Ring Leaks
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Replace o-rings on heater plate.
Moisture / Foreign Matter On Chassis Board
Flood Switch PCB
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Clean chassis PC board and flood switch
area.
Power Failure To Lower Tub Causes Flood
Error Code On Top Tub
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Replace chassis PC board.
6-3
FILL FAILURE
ELECTRONICS FAILURE
(EEPROM Access Error)
Water Supply Valve Turned Off
Turn on water supply valve.
Dishwasher Will Not Operate
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power for
10 seconds.
2. Plug in dishwasher or reconnect power.
Error code should clear.
3. If error code remains, replace electronic
controller.
Inlet Valve Failed
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Check resistance of inlet valve coil, replace
if necessary.
Low Water Pressure
Water pressure must be above 4.3 psi.
WATER TEMPERATURE SENSED
GREATER THAN 185°F (85°C)
Spray Arm Not In Place
Put spray arm back in proper location.
Obstructed Inlet Hose Or Inlet Valve
Clear obstructions.
Inlet Water Above 185°F (85°C)
Adjust water heater setting.
Bad Wiring Or Connections
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Check wiring and connectors to controller.
Heater Element On Continuously
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Replace electronic controller.
Machine Is Siphoning
Check drain hose installation.
Moisture Around Temperature Sensor
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Repair any water leaks from tub.
Impeller Is Slipping On Rotor
Replace rotor and impeller assembly.
Wiring Or Connections Bad
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Check all wiring and connections from electronic controller to element.
Temperature Sensor Failed
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Check resistance of temperature sensor;
replace heater plate, if necessary.
6-4
DIAGNOSTIC MODES
Tub Home Sensor Test
During the Hardware Output test mode, the
Keylock LED indicates the tub position:
• Keylock LED on = Tub closed
• Keylock LED off = Tub open
Diagnostics can only be entered from the Power
Off mode (both medallion indicator lights are
off). No error codes are displayed in diagnostic
modes.
Fast Test Cycle
The Fast Test Cycle takes approximately 7
minutes to run.
1. Press the Power button for Power Off mode.
Both medallion LEDs are off.
2. Press the Keylock button, and then the
Start/Pause button. Hold both buttons for 5
seconds. The Start/Pause LED is on.
3. Press the Power button twice. The Heavy,
Normal, Light/China, and Rinse LEDs are
on.
4. Press Start/Pause twice. The Fast Test
Cycle will start.
5. Press the Power button to exit the test
cycle.
Continuous Test Cycle
1. Press the Power button for Power Off mode.
Both medallion LEDs are off.
2. Press the Keylock button, and then the
Start/Pause button. Hold both buttons for 5
seconds. The Start/Pause LED is on.
3. Press the Power button three times. The
Heavy, Normal, and Rinse LEDs are on.
4. Press Start/Pause. The last test cycle selected prior to entering the Diagnostics mode
will run continuously.
5. Press the Power button to exit the cycle.
IMPORTANT: Do not turn on heater element in diagnostic modes without water in
the tub. Otherwise, heater plate failure
may occur.
Hardware Output Test
1. Press the Power button for Power Off mode.
Both medallion LEDs are off.
2. Press the Keylock button, and then the
Start/Pause button. Hold both buttons for 5
seconds. The Start/Pause LED is on.
3. Press the Power button once. Heavy, Normal, Quick Clean, Light/China, and Rinse
LEDs are on.
4. Press Start/Pause. Advance through the
outputs by repeatedly pressing the Start/
Pause button. Turn outputs on and off with
the Keylock button.
5. Press the Power button to exit the test.
LED DISPLAY
HARDWARE OUTPUT
Backlight (not used)
Heater Element Relay (3 to 4 seconds)
Lid Motors (will run for 10 seconds)
Detergent Diverter Valve
Fill Water Valve
Motor Wash Direction (2300 to 2850 rpm)*
Motor Drain Direction (4200 rpm)
Rinse Aid Dispenser (dispenses current setting)
Drying Fan
Rinse Aid LED
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Water Temperature Display (not used)
Controller Voltage Supply Display (not used)
* Drawer must be closed
6-5
Resistance Checks
NOTE: Perform component resistance checks,
shown in the chart, with the wiring harness
disconnected.
CONNECTOR ON
CONTROLLER
PINS
Rinse Aid
Dispenser
Dispenser
1-2
65-75 Ω
Detergent
Dispenser
Dispenser
3-4
65-75 Ω
Fan
1-2
Motor
1-2
1-3
2-3
7.5-8.5 Ω per coil
Fill Valve
Chassis/Harness
18-19
65-75 Ω per coil
Heater
Element
Chassis/Harness
6-9
23-29 Ω
Power
Resistor
Chassis/Harness
4-9
25-35 Ω
Temperature
Sensor
Chassis/Harness
1-2
962 Ω at 68° F (20 ° C)
1000 Ω at 86°F (30 °C)
1202 Ω at 140 °F (60 °C)
EMI
Filter
At Line Input
N-N
L1-L1
< 1Ω
Lid
Motor
Chassis/Harness
1-2
COMPONENT
Drying Fan
Motor
RESISTANCE
3.4 k Ω
55-200 Ω
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
PROBLEM
Poor wash
performance
POSSIBLE CAUSE AND RECOMMENDED PROCEDURES
SPRAY ARM HAS STOPPED ROTATING
• One of the items has fallen through the basket and jammed the spray arm.
• Filter plate, drain filter, or drain filter access panel is not installed correctly,
causing the spray arm to jam.
RACKS OVERLOADED/INCORRECTLY LOADED
• Advise customer of correct loading.
WRONG WASH CYCLE SELECTION
• Advise customer about lower water temperatures in Normal and Quick Clean
cycles. Use High Temp option.
Coffee/tea
stains left in
cups
NOT ENOUGH DETERGENT BEING USED
• Fill detergent cup to the top; also fill prewash cup.
• Run on Normal or Heavy cycle with High Temp option.
UPPER RACKS OVERLOADED
• Water cannot reach upper racks. Advise customer of correct loading.
Water spots
deposited on
dishware
NOT ENOUGH/NO RINSE AID BEING USED
• Use rinse aid; increase rinse agent setting (4 or 5 indicator lights).
• Run on Normal or Heavy cycle with High Temp option.
White film
deposited on
dishware*
NOT ENOUGH DETERGENT BEING USED
• Fill detergent cup to the top; also fill pre-wash cup.
• Run on Normal cycle with High Temp option.
MINERAL BUILDUP FROM HARD WATER
• Use a detergent additive designed for use in hard water areas or fit a water softener to
the incoming water supply.
* Once this film has formed on dishware it cannot be removed by normal washing. Remove film by soaking
dishware in a solution of white vinegar and water. Follow procedures above to prevent reoccurrence.
6-6
WIRING DIAGRAM
N GND L1
Heater Plate
Isolator
5
Badge
Motor
4 Fan
6
Rinse Aid
Pump
Chassis
Harness
4 Dispenser
Rinse Aid LED
Heater Element
Relay
Temperature
Sensor
Thermal
Fuse
6
Power Supply
Resistor
Electronic Controller
6
Detergent
Dispenser
Heater Element
Badge
19
11
Drying
Fan
M
+
Hall
Sensor
EMI Filter
Lid Motors
M
M
Wash/Drain Motor
10
10
N
Chassis PCB
Flood
Fill Valve
3
Bottom Lid
7-1
3
2
2
Top Lid
L1
— NOTES —
7-2
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
AND
WARRANTY INFORMATION SOURCES
IN THE UNITED STATES:
FOR PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND WARRANTY INFORMATION CALL:
FOR WHIRLPOOL PRODUCTS: 1-800-253-1301
FOR KITCHENAID PRODUCTS: 1-800-422-1230
FOR ROPER PRODUCTS:
1-800-447-6737
FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE WHILE AT THE CUSTOMER’S HOME CALL:
THE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE LINE: 1-800-253-2870
HAVE YOUR STORE NUMBER READY TO IDENTIFY YOU AS AN
AUTHORIZED SERVICER
FOR LITERATURE ORDERS:
PHONE: 1-800-851-4605
FOR TECHNICAL INFORMATION AND SERVICE POINTERS:
www.servicematters.com
IN CANADA:
FOR PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND WARRANTY INFORMATION CALL:
1-800-461-5681
FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE WHILE AT THE CUSTOMER’S HOME CALL:
THE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE LINE: 1-800-488-4791
HAVE YOUR STORE NUMBER READY TO IDENTIFY YOU AS AN
AUTHORIZED SERVICER