Whirlpool DU930 DP940 Service manual

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TECHNICAL EDUCATION
IN-SINK
DISHWASHER
TM
Model KIDS01EK
JOB AID 4317308
FORWARD
This KitchenAid Job Aid, “
In-Sink Dishwasher,” (Part No. 4317308), provides the technician
with information on the installation, operation, and service of the
In-Sink 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 and Strip Circuits used in this Job Aid are typical and should be used for
training purposes only. Always use the Wiring Diagram supplied with the product when servicing
the unit.
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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
In-Sink Dishwasher.
The objectives of this Job Aid are to:
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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 © 2003, Whirlpool Corporation, Benton Harbor, MI 49022
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
GENERAL ............................................................................................................................... 1-1
Safety First ......................................................................................................................... 1-1
KitchenAid In-Sink Dishwasher Model & Serial Number Designations .............................. 1-3
KitchenAid In-Sink Dishwasher Model & Serial Number Label
And Tech Sheet Locations ........................................................................................... 1-4
KitchenAid Hot Water Booster Tank Model & Serial Number Designations ...................... 1-5
KitchenAid Hot Water Booster Tank Model & Serial Number Location ............................. 1-6
In-Sink Dishwasher Specifications ..................................................................................... 1-7
KitchenAid Dishwasher Warranty ...................................................................................... 1-8
KitchenAid Hot Water Booster Tank Warranty .................................................................. 1-9
INSTALLATION INFORMATION ........................................................................................... 2-1
Dishwasher ........................................................................................................................ 2-1
General .......................................................................................................................... 2-1
Product Dimensions ....................................................................................................... 2-2
Cabinet Dimensions ....................................................................................................... 2-3
Electrical Supply Requirements ..................................................................................... 2-4
Water And Drain Requirements ..................................................................................... 2-5
Installing The Dishwasher .............................................................................................. 2-6
Hot Water Booster Tank .................................................................................................... 2-9
Product Dimensions ....................................................................................................... 2-9
General ........................................................................................................................ 2-10
Electrical Supply Requirements ................................................................................... 2-12
Installing The Hot Water Tank ...................................................................................... 2-13
PRODUCT OPERATION ........................................................................................................ 3-1
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) ............................................................................. 3-1
Pressure Switch ................................................................................................................. 3-1
Lid Latch ............................................................................................................................ 3-2
Inline Water Heater ............................................................................................................ 3-2
Optional Auxiliary Water Heater ........................................................................................ 3-2
Cycle Selection Charts ...................................................................................................... 3-3
Changing A Cycle Or Setting ............................................................................................. 3-4
Adding Items During A Cycle ............................................................................................. 3-4
Option Selections ............................................................................................................... 3-5
Cycle Status Indicators ...................................................................................................... 3-6
Wash System .......................................................................................................... 3-7
Drying System ................................................................................................................... 3-7
Hot Water Tank Operation ................................................................................................. 3-8
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COMPONENT ACCESS ......................................................................................................... 4-1
Component Locations ........................................................................................................ 4-1
Removing The Spray Arm ................................................................................................. 4-2
Removing The Poppet ....................................................................................................... 4-3
Removing The Drain And Fill Air Gaps .............................................................................. 4-5
Removing The Dispenser Level Switch And The Rinse Agent Solenoid ........................... 4-6
Removing The User Interface, The Interlock Switch,
Latch Assembly, And Wax Motor .................................................................................. 4-8
Removing The Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter, Electronic Control Board,
And Thermal Cutout .................................................................................................... 4-11
Removing The Water Inlet Valve ..................................................................................... 4-13
Removing The Thermistor ............................................................................................... 4-14
Removing The Drain Pump ............................................................................................. 4-15
Removing The Wash Pump Motor And Inline Heater ...................................................... 4-16
Removing The Sump ....................................................................................................... 4-18
Removing The Pressure Switch ...................................................................................... 4-20
Removing The Wash Pump Motor Capacitor .................................................................. 4-21
Removing The Dishwasher Lid And The Linkage Components ...................................... 4-22
Removing The Dishwasher Lid Actuator ......................................................................... 4-25
COMPONENT TESTING ........................................................................................................ 5-1
Dispenser Level Switch ..................................................................................................... 5-1
Rinse Agent Solenoid ........................................................................................................ 5-2
Interlock Switch .................................................................................................................. 5-2
Wax Motor ......................................................................................................................... 5-3
Water Inlet Valve Solenoid ................................................................................................ 5-3
Thermistor .......................................................................................................................... 5-4
Drain Pump ........................................................................................................................ 5-4
Wash Pump Motor ............................................................................................................. 5-5
Inline Heater ...................................................................................................................... 5-5
Pressure Switch ................................................................................................................. 5-6
Wash Pump Motor Capacitor ............................................................................................. 5-6
DIAGNOSIS & TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................... 6-1
Diagnostics Cycle Time Chart ........................................................................................... 6-1
Checking The Keypad And Keyswitch Operation .............................................................. 6-3
Normal Cycle Operation Chart ........................................................................................... 6-4
Troubleshooting Chart ....................................................................................................... 6-5
WIRING DIAGRAM & STRIP CIRCUITS ............................................................................... 7-1
Schematic Diagram ........................................................................................................... 7-1
Strip Circuits ...................................................................................................................... 7-2
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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.
WARNING
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.
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.
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.
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IMPORTANT
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Sensitive Electronics
Precautions To Be Observed Before
And During Servicing Of Dishwasher
A. There is line voltage present at several
points in the console and below the tub.
Be sure to always disconnect the power
supply at the fuse or breaker box before
replacing a component.
B. Always check the wiring harness and
connectors before performing any test
procedures.
C. Disconnect the power supply before
touching the circuit board, or reseating
electronic control board connectors.
D. Resistance checks are made on components with the wiring harness disconnected.
ESD problems are present everywhere.
ESD may damage or weaken the electronic control assembly. The new control assembly may appear to work well
after repair is finished, but failure may
occur at a later date due to ESD stress.
• Use an antistatic wrist strap. Connect the
wrist strap to the green ground connection point, or to an unpainted metal surface in the appliance.
- OR • Touch your finger repeatedly to a green
ground connection point, or to an unpainted metal surface in the appliance.
• Before removing the part from its package, touch the antistatic bag to a green
ground connection point, or to an unpainted metal surface in the appliance.
• Avoid touching electronic parts, or terminal contacts. Handle the electronic control assembly by the edges only.
• When repackaging the failed electronic
control assembly in an antistatic bag,
observe the previous instructions.
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KITCHENAID IN-SINK DISHWASHER
MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER DESIGNATIONS
MODEL NUMBER
MODEL NUMBER
K
I
D
PRODUCT GROUP
K = KITCHENAID BRAND
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
I = IN-SINK
PRODUCT TYPE
D = DISHWASHER
FEATURE CODE
S = SUPERIOR
SERIES
STYLE
YEAR OF INTRODUCTION
K = 2001
COLOR CODE
SS = STAINLESS STEEL
ENGINEERING CHANGE (NUMERIC)
SERIAL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
F
MANUFACTURING SITE
F = FINDLAY, OH
YEAR OF PRODUCTION
M = 2002, P = 2003
WEEK OF PRODUCTION
10 = 10th WEEK
PRODUCT SEQUENCE NUMBER
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P 10 11181
S
01
E
K SS 0
KITCHENAID IN-SINK DISHWASHER MODEL & SERIAL
NUMBER LABEL AND TECH SHEET LOCATIONS
The Model/Serial Number Label and Tech Sheet locations are shown below.
Model/Serial Number Label
Tech Sheet Location
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KITCHENAID HOT WATER BOOSTER TANK
MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER DESIGNATIONS
MODEL NUMBER
MODEL NUMBER
K WH 02
PRODUCT GROUP
K = KITCHENAID BRAND
WATER HEATER
CAPACITY
02 = 2.5 GALLONS
SERIAL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
FT N 04 10019
TRU-HEAT
YEAR OF PRODUCTION
N = 2003
WEEK OF PRODUCTION
04 = 4TH WEEK
PRODUCT SEQUENCE NUMBER
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KITCHENAID HOT WATER BOOSTER TANK
MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
Model/Serial Number Label
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IN-SINK DISHWASHER SPECIFICATIONS
Electrical:
Electrical Supply (Under Load) .................................................................. 120 VAC, 60 Hz
Amperage ........................................................................................................... 10 amperes
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) ........................................... Test and Reset Buttons
General:
Wash Pump Motor .................................................................................................. 200 Watt
Drain Pump Motor ..................................................................................................... 25 Watt
Pressure Switch ...................................................................... Two Position, Fill and Overfill
Water Level In Tank ........................................................................................................ 1/2″
Inline Water Heater ............................................................................................... 1000 Watt
Supply Water Flow Rate To Fill ........................................ 1.9 liters (2 quarts) in 27 seconds
Supply Water Pressure .................................................. 120 psi maximum, 20 psi minimum
Supply Water Temperature .............................................................................. 49°C (120°F)
(Before starting a cycle, run water from sink faucet until hot.)
Water Charge ................................................. 3.5 liters (0.9 gallons) / first fill (approximate)
3.0 liters (0.8 gallons) / all other fills
Spray Arm Rotation ........................................................................................... 18 to 35 rpm
Dish Rack (1) ....................................................................................... Tiered w/Glass Rack
Air Gap (2) ........................................................................................................ Fill and Drain
Dimensions:
Length .............................................................................................................................. 22″
Width ......................................................................................................................... 40-1/2″
Depth (DW) ............................................................................................................... 14-1/4″
Depth (Sink) ................................................................................................................ 8-1/8″
Weight .........................................................................................................................75 lbs.
Optional:
Auxiliary Water Heater ................................................................. 1100 Watts, 2-1/2 gallons
Vinyl Touch-Up Kit:
• 676455 - Gray
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KITCHENAID DISHWASHER WARRANTY
LENGTH OF WARRANTY
KITCHENAID WILL PAY FOR:
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
From Date of Purchase
Replacement parts and repair labor to correct defects in materials or
workmanship. Service must be provided by a KitchenAid designated
service company.
LIMITED WARRANTY
2nd through 5th Year
Replacement parts for the following components if defective in
materials or workmanship: the upper and lower nylon racks, the
wash and drain motor, and the electronic controls.
LIFETIME WARRANTY
Replacement parts and repair labor for the stainless steel tub
and/or inner door if the tub and/or inner door develops a water
leak caused by rust-through resulting from defective materials or
workmanship. Service must be provided by a KitchenAid
designated service company.
KITCHENAID WILL NOT PAY FOR:
A. Service calls to:
1. Correct the installation of the dishwasher.
2. Instruct you how to use the dishwasher.
3. Replace house fuses or correct house wiring or plumbing
B. Repairs when dishwasher is used in other than normal, single family household use.
C. 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.
D. Pickup and delivery. Your dishwasher is designed to be repaired in the home.
E. Any labor costs during the limited warranty period.
F. Replacement parts or repair labor costs for units operated outside the United States.
G. Repairs to parts or systems caused by unauthorized modifications made to the appliance.
KITCHENAID DOES NOT ASSUME ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Some states 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.
Outside the 50 United States, this warranty does not apply. Contact your authorized KitchenAid
dealer to determine if another warranty applies.
If you need service, first see the “Troubleshooting” section in the Use and Care Guide. Additional help
can be found by checking the “Assistance or Service” section, 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, Ml. 49022-2692.
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KITCHENAID HOT WATER BOOSTER TANK WARRANTY
LENGTH OF WARRANTY
KITCHENAID WILL PAY FOR:
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
From Date of Purchase
For one year from the date of purchase, when this appliance is operated and maintained according to the instructions attached to or
furnished with the product, KitchenAid will pay for labor and replacement if your hot water accessory tank is defective in materials or
workmanship. Service must be provided by a KitchenAid designated
service company.
This product is not designed to be serviced in the home.
KITCHENAID WILL NOT PAY FOR:
A. Service calls to:
1. Correct the installation of the hot water booster tank.
2. Instruct you how to use the hot water booster tank.
3. Replace house fuses or correct house wiring.
B. Repairs when hot water booster tank is used in other than normal, single-family household use.
C. Damage to hot water booster tank caused by accident, alteration, improper installation, misuse, fire, flood,
acts of God or use of products not approved by KitchenAid.
D. Repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to the appliance.
E. Replacement parts or repair labor costs for units operating outside the United States.
KITCHENAID SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states
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.
Outside the United States this warranty does not apply. Contact your authorized KitchenAid dealer to
determine if another warranty applies.
If you need service, additional help can be found by checking the “Requesting Assistance or Service” section or
by calling our KitchenAid Customer Interaction Center, 1-800-422-1230 (toll-free), from anywhere in the U.S.A.
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— NOTES —
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INSTALLATION INFORMATION
DISHWASHER
General
IMPORTANT: Observe all governing codes
and ordinances.
Proper installation is your responsibility:
• Contact a qualified installer.
• Installation must be performed by a qualified
service technician. The dishwasher must be
installed to 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.
The dishwasher is shipped ready for installation of a one-hole faucet. If a two-, three-, or
four-hole faucet is to be installed, the holes
must be added by a qualified plumber according to the faucet manufacturer’s specifications.
• Copper tubing with compression fittings
(for faucet connection). The length and
diameter needed are determined by specific faucet installation requirements.
• Small tubing cutter
• Faucet
• Two 1-1/2″ drain traps
• 3-1/2″ sink strainer
• Plumber’s putty
• Sink strainer locknut wrench
• 10″ adjustable wrench that opens to
1-1/8″ (for 90° elbow)
• 90° elbow with 3/8″ N.P.T. external
threads on one end (the other end must fit
your water supply line)
• Teflon™ tape, or pipe joint compound
• One cartridge of silicone caulk and a caulk
gun
If you are using direct wiring, you will need:
• Two twist-on connectors of the proper size to
connect the house wiring to the 16-gauge
dishwasher wiring
• U.L.-listed cable clamp or conduit connector
to fit a 7/8″ inch hole
TOOLS AND MATERIAL REQUIRED
• Gloves
• Safety glasses
• 5/8″ open-end wrench (for water fill line
connection)
• 3/8″ deepwell socket (for undercounter
clamp brackets)
• 3/8″ copper tubing with compression fitting
water fill line. The length needed is determined by specific installation requirements.
PARTS SUPPLIED
• Undercounter clamp brackets
• Cutting board
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Product Dimensions
2-2
Cabinet Dimensions
** Note: The undercounter clamp brackets
shipped with the dishwasher are designed
for countertops up to 3/4″ thick. If the
countertop is more than 3/4″ thick, the areas
where the clamp brackets will be installed
MUST be routed to a maximum thickness of
3/4″.
* Note: The cutout must be accurately cut to
the dimensions shown. The dishwasher top
flange overlaps the countertop cutout by
1/4″ on the front and back edges, and 3/8″ on
the sides.
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Electrical Supply Requirements
RECOMMENDED GROUNDING
METHOD
WARNING
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 (see below). 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.
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.
3-Prong
Ground-Type
Outlet
Failure to follow these instructions can
result in death, fire, or electrical shock.
3-Prong
Ground Plug
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.
Do not have a fuse in the neutral or ground
circuit.
A 120-volt, 60-Hz, AC-only, 15- or 20-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.
Ground
Prong
If the dishwasher must be direct wired:
• Use flexible, armored or nonmetallic
sheathed, copper wire with grounding
wire that meets the wiring requirements
for the home, and local codes and ordinances.
• Use a U.L.-listed conduit connector, or
if using nonmetallic sheathed, copper
wire, a U.L.-listed cable clamp connector.
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Water And Drain Requirements
DISHWASHER
DRAINS
• A hot water line with 20-120 psi water pressure.
• 120°F water at dishwasher.
• 3/8″ O.D. copper tubing with compression
fittings, or flexible stainless steel braided fill
line (1/2″ minimum plastic tubing is optional
but not recommended).
• A 90° elbow with 3/8″ N.P.T. external pipe
threads on one end.
Important: Do not solder within 6″ from the
water inlet valve.
Separate drain traps for the sink and dishwasher must be provided.
If the dishwasher drain exits through the back
wall, the center line of the drain MUST be a
minimum of 1/2″ below the dishwasher drain.
This is required to completely drain the dishwasher tub so that no standing water remains
in tub.
22-1/32″
To Bottom Of
Dishwasher
Drain
SINK FAUCET
• A hot and cold water line.
• Copper tubing with compression fittings for
the specific faucet to be installed.
1/2″
Minimum
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Back
Wall
Installing The Dishwasher
1.
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.
Lay the dishwasher on its back.
Remove the two screws from each side of
the front panel, and the one screw above
the ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI),
and remove the front panel.
Screw
Screws
DIRECT WIRE METHOD
GFCI
If the dishwasher must be directly wired to
meet local codes, the power supply cord must
be removed, and the dishwasher wired directly. Electrical connections must be contained within the terminal box, and meet all
national and local codes and ordinances.
IF THE POWER SUPPLY CORD IS REMOVED,
THE DISHWASHER MUST BE CONNECTED
WITH COPPER WIRE ONLY.
Route the direct wire so that it does not touch
the lower part of the dishwasher tub.
If you are not using the “Direct Wire Method,”
proceed to “Mounting The Dishwasher” on
page 2-8.
Front Panel
3.
Remove the terminal box screw and remove the terminal box.
Terminal
Box Screw
WARNING
Terminal
Box
4.
5.
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.
Remove the power cord green ground
wire from under the green ground screw.
Remove the twist-on connectors and disconnect the black and white wires.
Do Not Remove
This Grommet
Power Cord
Green Ground
Wire
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Green Ground
Screw
6.
Use a pair of pliers and squeeze the locking tab in the power cord strain relief
grommet, then pull the strain relief and
power cord out of the mounting hole.
8.
Locking
Tab
Power
Cord
7.
Install a U.L.-listed cable clamp or conduit
connector in the power cord hole.
Pull the direct wire through the cable clamp
or conduit connector, and connect the
wires as follows:
• Form the ground wire into a hook.
• Wrap the hooked end around the
ground screw and below the washer in
the direction shown below, and tighten
ground screw securely.
• Use twist-on connectors of the proper
size, and connect the direct wire to the
16-gauge dishwasher wiring. Be sure
to connect the black wires together, and
the white wires together.
• Tighten the cable clamp or conduit connector screws.
Hooked
Ground Wire
Cable Clamp
Direct
Wire
9.
WARNING
Green Ground
Screw
Reinstall the terminal box. Important: The
tabs MUST be under the terminal box as
shown.
Terminal Box
Electrical Shock Hazard
Electrically ground dishwasher.
Connect ground wire to green ground
connector in terminal box.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to do so can result in death, fire, or
electrical shock.
Tabs
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MOUNTING THE DISHWASHER
1.
2.
2.
Install the faucet (not included). The dishwasher is shipped ready for installation of
a one-hole faucet. If a two-, three- or fourhole faucet is to be installed, the holes
must be added by a qualified plumber
according to the faucet manufacturer’s
specifications.
Apply a 1/4″ bead of silicone caulk around
bottom of rim.
Apply Teflon tape or pipe joint compound to the 90° elbow fitting, and connect
the fitting to the water inlet valve. Use an
adjustable wrench, and tighten the elbow
until it is snug, and facing the direction for
the water fill line installation.
Apply Teflon
Tape Or Pipe
Joint Compound
Rim
1/4″ Bead
Of Silicone
Caulk
3.
Do Not Apply
Teflon Tape Or
Pipe Joint Compound
Set the dishwasher into the countertop
cutout. Make sure that the front of the
dishwasher is parallel to the front edge of
the countertop. Immediately remove any
excess caulking.
3.
Rail
Countertop
Clamp
Bracket
If Countertop Is More Than
3/4″ Thick, Areas Where
Clamp Brackets Are Installed
MUST Be Routed To A
Maximum Of 3/4″
4.
Install two clamp brackets, evenly spaced,
on the front, back, and left (sink) side
clamp rails. Tighten the clamps.
Optional: If space permits, install two clamp
brackets, evenly spaced, on the right side
rail.
4.
5.
CONNECTING THE PLUMBING
1.
Connect the sink and dishwasher drain
plumbing.
6.
7.
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Water Inlet
Valve
Water Fill Line
Connection
Connect the dishwasher water fill line, as
follows:
• Slide the nut onto the copper tubing
about 1″.
• Slide the ferrule onto the tubing. Do not
position the ferrule on the end of the
tubing.
• Slide the tubing into the fill fitting as far
as it will go.
• Slide the nut and ferrule forward and
start the nut onto the elbow threads.
NOTE: Be careful when handling the
copper tubing that you do not kink it.
• Push the copper tubing into the elbow
as far as it will go, and tighten the compression nut securely with a 5/8″ openend wrench.
Connect the hot and cold water lines to the
faucet.
Turn on the water supply to the dishwasher and sink faucet and carefully check
for leaks.
Plug the power supply cord into a 3-prong
grounded outlet or turn on the power supply.
Run a complete cycle (refer to the Use and
Care Guide), and check for leaks.
HOT WATER BOOSTER TANK
Product Dimensions
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General
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
Your safety and the safety of
others is very important.
WARNING - When using electrical appliances,
basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of
fire, electric shock, or injury to persons should
be followed, including:
1. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE
USING THIS WATER HEATER.
2. This water heater must be grounded. Connect only to properly grounded outlet.
3. Install or locate this water heater only in
accordance with the provided installation
instructions.
4. Use this water heater only for its intended
use as described in this Job Aid.
5. Do not use an extension cord set with this
water heater. If no receptacle is available
adjacent to the water heater, contact a
qualified electrician to have one properly
installed.
6. As with any appliance, close supervision
is necessary when used by children.
7. Do not operate the water heater if it has a
damaged cord or plug, if it is not working
properly, or if it has been damaged or
dropped.
TOOLS NEEDED
• Pliers
• 1/4″ hex driver
• Plumbing for Temperature and Pressure
Relief valve drain connection, as required
• Teflon® tape or pipe joint compound
• Adjustable wrench
® Teflon is a registered trademark of E.l. DuPont de
Nemours and Company
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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.
Important: Observe all governing codes
and ordinances.
Proper installation is your responsibility.
• Contact a qualified installer.
• Installation must be performed by a qualified
service technician. The hot water tank must
be installed to all electrical and plumbing
national and local codes and ordinances.
• Install the hot water tank as specified in
these instructions.
• Have everything you need to properly install
the hot water tank.
Protect water lines leading to hot water tank
against freezing. Damage from freezing is
not covered by the warranty.
This accessory is to be used in non-pressurized applications only.
Thermal Expansion—When a water heater is
installed in a closed water supply system, such
as one having a back-flow preventer in the
cold-water supply, means shall be provided to
control thermal expansion. Contact the water
supplier or local plumbing inspector for information regarding the control of this situation.
Tempering Valve—This water heater is capable of supplying high temperature hot water.
Tempering valves that limit hot water temperature are available for installation in hot water
lines. Contact a licensed plumber or plumbing
authority.
Temperature and Pressure Relief (T & P)
Valve drain requirements.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of excessive
pressures and temperatures in this water
heater, install temperature and pressure protective equipment required by local codes and
no less than a combination temperature and
pressure relief valve certified by a nationally
recognized testing laboratory that maintains
periodic inspection of production of listed equipment or materials, as meeting the requirements for Relief Valves and Automatic Gas
Shutoff Devices for Hot Water Supply Systems, ANSI Z21.22-1986. This valve must be
marked with a maximum set pressure not to
exceed the marked maximum working pressure of the water heater. Install the valve into
an opening provided and marked for this purpose in the water heater, and orient it or provide
tubing so that any discharge from the valve
exits only within 6 inches above, or at any
distance below, the structural floor, and does
not contact any live electrical part. The discharge opening must not be blocked or reduced in size under any circumstances.
It is recommended that the drain location be
planned before installing the hot water tank.
The T & P valve drain connection faces down.
Locating the drain so that it is directly in line
with the connection is recommended.
The T & P valve must be connected to an
adequate drain line. A 1/2" male NPT thread is
required to connect to the valve.
The valve discharge line must be as follows:
• Must not be smaller than the pipe size of the
relief valve or have any reducing coupling
installed in the discharge line.
• Must not be capped, blocked, plugged, or
contain any valve between the relief valve
and the end of the discharge line.
• Must terminate within 6 inches above a floor
or any distance below the structural floor or
external to the building.
• Must be installed to allow complete drainage
of both the valve and discharge line.
In certain locations, a suitable drain pan must
be installed and piped to a drain.
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Electrical Supply Requirements
RECOMMENDED
GROUND METHOD
WARNING
For your personal safety, this appliance must
be grounded. This appliance is equipped with
a power supply cord having 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 and polarized 3-prong outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
The hot water tank will not operate if connected
to an outlet that is not properly grounded.
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.
This appliance is equipped with a GFCI
power supply cord. DO NOT REMOVE THIS
CORD.
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.
The 3-prong grounded outlet must be properly polarized.
Check with a qualified electrician if you are
not sure the outlet is properly grounded
and polarized.
Do Not have a fuse in the neutral or ground
circuit.
A 120-volt, 60-Hz, AC-only, 15- or 20-ampere
fused electrical supply is required. It is recommended that a separate circuit serving only this
appliance be provided.
3-Prong
Ground-Type
Outlet
3-Prong
Ground Plug
Ground
Prong
3-Prong Ground-Type
Outlet Location
It is recommended that the 3-prong groundtype outlet be located on the left hand side of
the cabinet opening for easy access to power
supply cord's built-in GFCI.
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Installing The Hot Water Tank
PARTS SUPPLIED
3.
• 1 - hose
• 2 - clamps
• 2 - barbed fittings
4.
PLUMBING CONNECTIONS
5.
Important: Before installing the hot water tank,
make these changes to the dishwasher.
WARNING
Push the end of the hose over the water
valve hose connection as far as it will go.
Slide the clamp over the connection so
that it is about 1/8″ from hose end, and
past the connection retaining ring.
Use one of the clamps supplied, and slide
it on the other end of the hose about 1″
back from the end. The hose will be connected to the hot water tank cold water
inlet, later.
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.
Disconnect the hose, as shown. Slide the
clamp back about 1″ from the end of the
hose, and loosen the retaining clip securing the hose to the dishwasher so that the
hose will slide in the clip. Gently remove
any slack in hose, but do not kink the hose.
Save the retaining clip. The hose will be
connected to the hot water tank hot water
outlet, later.
Remove the hose that came with the hot
water tank. Use the clamp that you saved
in step 1, and slide it back on one end of
the hose about 1″ back from the end.
INSTALLING THE
HOT WATER TANK
NOTE: If hot water tank inlet and outlet are
1/2″ NPT threaded fittings, then the supplied
barbed fittings have to be connected prior to
installation.
1. Apply Teflon® tape, or pipe joint compound, to the supplied fittings. Hold the
elbow with pliers while tightening barbed
fittings until they are snug.
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2.
3.
Move the hot water tank into its mounting
location.
Connect the temperature and pressure
relief valve to the drain line, as required by
local codes.
7.
4.
5.
6.
Connect the hose from the air gap (secured to dishwasher by a retaining clip) to
the hot water outlet (upper) connection on
the hot water tank. Push the hose on to the
connection at least 1″.
Use the remaining clamp supplied with the
kit ,and slide the clamp over the connection so that it is about 1/8″ from hose end
and past retaining ring on the connection,
then tighten the clamp. Be careful not to
kink the hose.
Connect the hose from the dishwasher
water valve to the cold water (lower) inlet
connection on the hot water tank (see the
illustration at the top of the right column).
Push the hose on to the connection at
least 1″. Slide the clamp over the connection so that it is about 1/8″ from hose end
and past retaining ring on connection,
then tighten the clamp. Be careful not to
kink the hose.
8.
Check that there is power to the outlet and
that it is properly grounded and polarized.
Plug power supply cord into 3-prong
grounded outlet. Position the power supply cord so that the built-in GFCI is easily
accessible.
IMPORTANT: The following steps MUST be
done BEFORE using the hot water tank to test
and activate the GFCI
9. Press the reset button on the GFCI. The
indicator should be visible.
10. Press the test button on the GFCI. The
indicator should disappear.
11. Press the reset button. The indicator should
reappear.
If the GFCI fails this test, DO NOT use the
hot water tank.
IMPORTANT: If the dishwasher was installed
and used before installing the hot water tank,
perform the following step:
12. Refer to the Use and Care Guide that was
included with the dishwasher, and run the
dishwasher through a wash cycle. Check
the hot water tank connections for leaks.
NOTE: Wait about 45 minutes before starting the next cycle to allow the hot water
tank to finish heating.
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PRODUCT OPERATION
GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER (GFCI)
The dishwasher is provided with a Ground
Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI). It is a built-in
safety feature designed to protect against the
dangers of line-to-ground electrical faults. If a
fault of this type develops, the GFCI will disconnect the power to the dishwasher. The GFCI
should be tested once a month.
To do this test, perform the following steps:
1. Press the “Test” button. The LED indicator
should be “OFF” (not visible in the window).
2. Press the “Reset” button. The LED indicator should be “ON” (visible in the window).
IMPORTANT: Do not use the dishwasher if the
GFCI test fails. Call the KitchenAid Customer
Interaction Center number at:
1-800-422-1230.
Reset Test
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI)
PRESSURE SWITCH
levels. By keeping the pressure switch tubing
higher than the water level in the dishwasher,
any suds buildup can drain back into the tank.
A pressure switch is used to fill the dishwasher
with approximately 3.1 liters or 3/4 gallon per
fill. A second switch in the pressure switch
protects against an overfill condition.
The sensing tubing for the pressure switch is
routed from the sump air dome to the pressure
switch. A protective cover is provided for the
pressure switch tubing at the sump to prevent
foreign materials from entering the tubing. The
tubing is also routed to one of the air gaps and
back to the switch, providing protection against
suds forming in the tubing and filling it. Should
the tubing become filled with suds, the pressure switch would be unable to sense water
Pressure Switch
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LID LATCH
A lid latch mechanism holds the dishwasher lid
closed during the cycle. A wax motor and trip
arm assembly are mounted alongside the lid
mechanism to open the lid at the end of the
cycle. Once the dishwasher has reached the
final rinse, the wax motor is energized for the
final two minutes. As the wax motor reaches its
full extension, it moves the attached release
arm to disengage the lid latch, and allow the lid
to pop open. The opening of the lid, coupled
with the high water temperatures, causes the
dish load to “flash dry,” due to the sudden
venting of the heat and steam in the dishwasher. This is the only means of drying. No
heating element is provided for drying dishes.
Release Arm
Wax Motor
Interlock Switch
INLINE WATER HEATER
An inline water heater is used to heat water
during the cleaning cycle. The heater is located
between the sump and the wash pump. Water
from the sump flows through the heater, into
the wash pump inlet, and is then recirculated
through the poppet valve into the tank.
OPTIONAL AUXILIARY WATER HEATER
iary water heater consists of a 2-1/2 gallon
tank, and a 1100 Watt heating element. The
water heater heats the water to a temperature
of 165°F / 74°C to provide a shorter wash cycle.
An auxiliary water heater can be installed to
boost the water temperature for immediate hot
water at the beginning of the cycle. The auxil-
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CYCLE SELECTION CHARTS
Control
Lock
Pots/
Pans
Normal
Quick
Wash
Sanitized
Check
Drain
Sani
Rinse
Rinse
Only
START
Cancel
Add
Rinse
Aid
Cycles
Select the wash cycle and option desired, or
press the Start pad to repeat the same cycle
and option as the previous cycle.
NOTE: If the last cycle you completed was a
rinse cycle, the dishwasher will run the last full
wash cycle and option that you selected when
you press the Start pad.
A “ ” shows what steps are in each cycle.
Temperatures indicate where extra heat is
added.
Water usage is shown in U.S. gallons/liters.
Cycle time includes dry time. An asterisk ( * ) by
the cycle time indicates the cycle time might be
longer depending on the temperature of the
water entering the dishwasher. The cooler the
water, the longer the cycle time. If the water is
already hot enough, the cycle time will be as
shown in the following charts.
Pots/
Pans
Main
Wash
Rinse
Main
Wash
Purge+
Rinse
145°F
(61°C)
Final
Heated
Rinse
Dry
145°F
(61°C)
Rinse
Main
Wash
Time
(min)
Water
Usage
(gal/L)
49*
4.1/15.7
Main
Wash
Rinse
Final
Heated
Rinse
145°F
(61°C)
Dry
Time
(min)
Water
Usage
(gal/L)
37*
4.1/15.7
Use this cycle for light
loads, light soil, or
glassware.
Final
Heated
Rinse
Dry
145°F
(61°C)
Rinse
Only
Rinse
Time
(min)
Water
Usage
(gal/L)
21*
2.5/9.5
Use this rinse cycle for
rinsing dishes, glasses,
and silverware that will
not be washed right away.
Do not use detergent
with this cycle.
Final
Heated
Rinse
Dry
Time
(min)
Water
Usage
(gal/L)
3
0.9/3.5
* A small amount of water is run through the
pump to remove soil particles. Anytime during the cycle, open the lid, press Cancel, and
close the lid.
Cancel
Cancel glows, and the dishwasher starts a
drain. Let the dishwasher drain completely. If
the dishwasher does not need draining, the
light will turn off. Select a new cycle.
Use this cycle for loads with normal
amounts of food soil. (The energyusage label is based on this cycle.)
Purge+
Rinse
145°F
(61°C)
Use this cycle for heavily soiled pots,
pans, casseroles, and regular silverware.
145°F
(61°C)
Normal
Quick
Wash
To stop the drain:
You can press Cancel again to stop the drain
immediately. Remember to drain the dishwasher before starting a new cycle.
To clear the indicators:
Press Cancel before starting the dishwasher to
clear all options and cycles.
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CHANGING A CYCLE OR SETTING
During the first fill of a cycle:
1. Open the lid.
2. Press a new cycle and/or options.
3. Check the detergent. Dishwasher must
contain the proper amount for the new
cycle.
4. Close and latch the lid. The dishwasher
resumes the new cycle and/or option after
a 5-second pause.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Close the lid, and the dishwasher starts a
drain. Let the dishwasher drain completely.
Open the lid.
Select a new cycle and/or options.
Check the detergent. Dishwasher must
contain the proper amount for the new
cycle.
Press the Start pad.
Close and latch the lid.
After the first fill of a cycle:
1. Open the lid.
2. Press the Cancel pad.
Cancel
ADDING ITEMS DURING A CYCLE
To add Items:
1. Turn the knob latch and lift up the lid to
stop the cycle. Wait for the spraying action
to stop before opening the lid completely.
2. Open the lid. If the detergent is still visible,
add the item.
3. Close the lid firmly and turn knob to latch
it. The dishwasher resumes the cycle after
about a 5-second pause.
You can add an item anytime before the main
wash starts. Open the lid and check the detergent amount. If the detergent is still visible, you
can add items.
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OPTION SELECTIONS
You can customize your cycles by pressing the
SANI RINSE option. If you change your mind,
press the option again to turn the option off.
You can change an option anytime before the
selected option begins.
Press the Start pad to repeat the same cycle
and option as the previous wash cycle.
NOTE: If the last cycle you completed was a
rinse cycle, when you press the Start pad, the
dishwasher runs the last full wash cycle and
option.
When Control Lock is lit, all buttons are disabled.
NOTES:
• The dishwasher lid can be opened while the
controls are locked.
• You can turn on the Lock while the dishwasher is running.
SANI RINSE Option
Select this option to raise the water temperature in the final rinse to approximately 160°F
(71°C). Sani Rinse adds heat and time to the
cycle.
NOTE: Sani Rinse is an option with the Pots/
Pans and Normal cycles.
Sani
Rinse
To turn on the Lock:
Press and hold the SANI RINSE option key
for 4 seconds. The Control Lock glows.
If you press any pad while your dishwasher
control is locked, the light flashes 3 times.
To turn off the Lock:
Press and hold SANI RINSE™ option key for 4
seconds. The light turns off.
IMPORTANT:
• Operate the dishwasher only when you are
at home.
• If your home is equipped with a water softener, do not start the dishwasher during the
regeneration of the softener.
Sani
Rinse
Control Lock
Use Control Lock to prevent unintended use of
the dishwasher. You can also use the Control
Lock feature to prevent unintended cycle, or
option changes during a cycle.
Control
Lock
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CYCLE STATUS INDICATORS
Control
Lock
Sanitized
Check
Drain
Check Drain
If the dishwasher senses the drain stopper is
not closed properly, the cycle immediately ends,
the lid pops open, and the Check Drain indicator is lit.
Add
Rinse
Aid
Add Rinse Aid
Fill the Rinse Aid dispenser when the Add
Rinse Aid indicator is lit. A rinse aid prevents
water from forming droplets that can dry as
spots or streaks. Rinse Aid is essential for
efficient drying.
If the Rinse Aid dispenser is empty, the light
glows when you select a cycle, or while a cycle
is running.
Cycle Status indicators
Control Lock
When Control Lock is lit, all buttons are disabled.
Sanitized
If you select the SANI RINSE option, Sanitized glows when the Sani Rinse cycle is finished. If your dishwasher did not properly sanitize your dishes, the light flashes at the end of
the cycle. This can happen if the cycle is
interrupted or the incoming water temperature
is too low. The light goes off when you open
and close the lid.
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TM
WASH SYSTEM
The three-level wash system provides excellent cleaning results. Three levels of filtration
filter the wash water, and prevent food particles
from redepositing on the clean dishes. The
three levels operate as follows:
• A coarse strainer as part of the Drain Stopper assembly (1), prevents bones, pits, and
other large objects from entering the pump
system.
• Items small enough to pass through the
coarse stainer are caught in the Drain Screen
Basket (2).
• The wash water continuously flows through
the Drain Fine Screen Filter (3), trapping
food particles.
• Two water jets, located under the spray arm,
remove the food particles from the Drain
Fine Screen Filter.
NOTE: Before each wash load, check the
coarse strainer, the drain screen basket and
the drain fine screen filter and remove any
objects and soil particles.
DRYING SYSTEM
The
wash system features FLASHDRY
instant drying. At the end of the cycle, the lid
automatically pops open, allowing vapor to
escape, aiding in fast, efficient, dishload drying.
IMPORTANT: The vapor is hot. Do not touch
the lid opening during drying. Do not place
anything on top of the lid when running a cycle.
TM
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Hot Water Tank Operation
To reduce the risk of scald injury, the Temp
Control switch has been factory set to “LOW”
(bottom position) which heats water to 120°F /
49°C.
If faster dishwasher cycle time is desired, the
Temp Control switch can be set to “HIGH” (top
position) which heats water to 165°F / 74°C.
The FREEZE PROTECT (center) setting will
restart the tank periodically to prevent freezing.
Use this setting if the hot water tank and dishwasher will not be used for an extended period
of time.
WARNING
Water temperature over 120°F can
cause severe burns instantly or death
from scalds.
Children, disabled, and elderly are at
highest risk of being scalded.
See instructions manual before setting
temperature at water heater.
Feel water before bathing or showering.
Temperature limiting valves are
available.
GROUND FAULT
CONTROL INDICATOR (GFCI)
Test the GFCI once a month (see Steps 9
through 11 on Page 2-14).
If the GFCI will not reset and the outlet is
properly grounded and polarized, disconnect
the power supply cord, and DO NOT use the
hot water tank.
The water supply MUST be turned ON before
operating the hot water tank. Operating the hot
water tank without the water supply turned on
could damage the hot water tank.
NOTE: When the hot water tank is first used, it
will take about 45 minutes for the hot water tank
to finish heating the tank water to the selected
temperature after the first dishwasher cycle is
completed. The hot water tank will then continually maintain the temperature set by the
Temp Control switch.
When the hot water tank is first heated, it is
normal for a slight amount of water to be
discharged into the dishwasher.
LOCKOUT CONDITION
If either light blinks, the tank is in a “lockout”
condition.
To reset, disconnect the power supply cord for
1 minute, and then reconnect the power.
If this does not correct the “lockout” condition,
DO NOT use the hot water tank.
THE HOT WATER TANK ACCESSORY IS
NOT INTENDED TO BE SERVICED. ANY
TAMPERING WITH THE ACCESSORY WILL
VOID THE WARRANTY.
TEMP CONTROL SWITCH
The Temp Control switch allows the temperature setting to be changed.
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COMPONENT ACCESS
This section instructs you on how to service each component inside the Briva InSink Dishwasher.
The components and their locations are shown below.
COMPONENT LOCATIONS
Wax Motor
User Interface
Interlock Switch
Dispenser Level Switch
& Rinse Agent Solenoid
(Rear Of Unit)
Electronic Control
Board & Thermal
Cutout
Ground Fault
Circuit Interrupter
Front Components
Left Lid
Tension Spring
Right Lid Tension
Spring
Wash Pump
Motor Capacitor
Inline Heater
Wash Pump
Motor
Drain Pump
Sump
Pressure
Switch
Thermistor
Water Inlet
Valve
Bottom Components
4-1
REMOVING THE SPRAY ARM
4.
WARNING
Press in on the locking tab and unclip the
spray arm from the loading rack.
Funnel
Spray 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.
1.
2.
3.
Clips
Tab
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Open the dishwasher lid.
Lift the loading rack out of the dishwasher
and lay it upside down on a work surface.
REASSEMBLY NOTE: When reassembling the
spray arm, be sure to locate it in the center of the
loading rack.
Reinstall the loading rack so that the funnel
(see the inset above) on the bottom of the spray
arm is over the valve poppet.
Poppet
4-2
REMOVING THE POPPET
5.
WARNING
Turn
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.
Turn the microfilter counterclockwise to
unlock it, and lift it out of the dishwasher.
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Open the dishwasher lid.
Lift the loading rack out of the dishwasher.
Turn the drain filter assembly 1/4-turn in
either direction to unlock it, and lift the
assembly out of the microfilter.
Microfilter
6.
Lift and remove the sieve from the dishwasher.
Turn
Drain Filter Assembly
Sieve
Continued on the next page.
4-3
7.
Remove the four T-15 Torx screws from
the poppet cover and remove the cover.
8.
Lift the poppet out of its hole location in the
dishwasher and remove it.
Screw (1 of 4)
Poppet Cover
Poppet
4-4
REMOVING THE DRAIN AND FILL AIR GAPS
3.
WARNING
4.
Remove the plastic nut and gasket from
the air gap.
Disconnect the two hoses from the air gap
and remove the air gap from the dishwasher.
Fill
Air Gaps
Drain
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.
Plastic
Nut &
Gasket
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Pull the cap off the air gap (drain or fill) you
are removing.
Fill
Air Gap
Air Gap
Cover
Hoses & Clamps
Drain
Air Gap
4-5
REMOVING THE DISPENSER LEVEL SWITCH AND
THE RINSE AGENT SOLENOID
6.
WARNING
7.
Unscrew and remove the plastic cap from
the fill spout.
Remove the plastic nut and o-ring from the
rinse agent dispenser and the plastic nut
from the fill spout.
Plastic Nut & O-Ring
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.
Fill Spout Nut
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Turn off the water going to the dishwasher.
Disconnect the drain line from the dishwasher.
Remove the dishwasher from the counter
and place it on a protected surface.
Open the dishwasher lid.
Rinse Agent Cap
8.
Remove the T-15 Torx screw from the
dispenser housing at the back of the dishwasher.
T-15 Torx Screw
Fill Spout
Rinse Agent
Dispenser
4-6
9.
Pull the fill spout and rinse agent dispenser assembly off the back of the dishwasher and empty any of the liquid in the
dispenser into a container.
11. To remove the rinse agent solenoid:
a) Remove the dispenser tank from the
housing and disconnect the wires from
the solenoid terminals.
b) Remove the mounting screw and remove the solenoid and rubber seal.
NOTE: Replace the rubber seal with
the solenoid.
Dispenser Assembly
Rubber
Seal
Rinse Agent Solenoid
Wire Connectors
10. To remove the dispenser level switch:
a) Remove the rinse agent solenoid and
rubber seal from the dispenser tank
(see step 11 for the procedure).
b) Disconnect the wires from the switch
terminals.
c) Remove the rubber seals from the dispenser tank. Replace the seals if they
are cracked or torn.
NOTE: The switch and tank are replaced as an assembly.
T-15
Torx
Dispenser
Tank
Seals
Wire Connectors
Dispenser
Level Switch
4-7
REMOVING THE USER INTERFACE, THE INTERLOCK
SWITCH, LATCH ASSEMBLY, AND WAX MOTOR
b) Remove the five screws from the front
panel and remove the panel.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before
operating.
Front Panel
Failure to do so can result in death or
electrical shock.
1.
2.
Screw (1 of 5)
c) Slide the ribbon cable cover down so
the channel cover is free of the locking
tabs and remove the cover.
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
To remove the user interface and the
touch panel:
a) From under the sink, remove the two
ribbon cable cover nuts from the studs.
Ribbon Cable Cover
Ribbon Cable Cover
Ribbon Cable Cover Nuts
Channel Cover
Tab
Front Panel
4-8
d) Unplug the user interface ribbon cable
from the electronic control.
Electronic Control
g) Slide the user interface board out of the
holder.
User Interface Board
Ribbon Cable
3.
e) Use a 3/8″ socket and remove the two
mounting nuts from the user interface
and remove the interface assembly.
To remove the interlock switch:
a) Remove the front panel and ribbon
cable cover (see steps 2a and 2b).
b) Disconnect the wire connectors from
the interlock switch terminals.
c) Remove the switch screw.
Interlock Switch
Nut
Nut
3/8″ Nut
User Interface
Screw
Ribbon Cable
f) Lift the touch panel with its rubber seal,
the light shield, and the contact cover
off the user interface controls.
Rubber Seal
Wire Connectors
4.
Touch Panel
Light Shield
Contact Cover
To remove the latch assembly and wax
motor:
a) Turn off the water going to the dishwasher.
b) Disconnect the drain line from the dishwasher.
c) Remove the dishwasher from the
counter and place it on a protected
surface.
d) Remove the front panel and ribbon
cable cover (see steps 2a and 2b).
e) Remove the 3/8″ nut from the right
mounting stud (see the photo above).
Continued on the next page.
4-9
f) Disconnect the wire connectors from
the interlock switch and the wax motor.
g) Remove the plastic retaining nut from
the button holder, and remove the button, spring, and latch assembly from
the dishwasher. NOTE: There is spring
tension against the retaining nut, so
use caution, since the spring will be
released when the nut is removed.
Interlock Switch
h) Press in on the locking tab, and slide
the wax motor and its linkage out of the
latch assembly.
Linkage
Locking Tab
Wax Motor
Button Holder
Latch Assembly
Wire
Connectors
Plastic Retaining Nut
Button
Spring
4-10
REMOVING THE GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER,
ELECTRONIC CONTROL BOARD, AND THERMAL CUTOUT
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.
1.
From under the sink, remove the five
screws from the front panel and remove
the panel.
Front Panel
Screw (1 of 5)
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
3.
To remove the ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI):
a) Disconnect the cables from the wiring
harness and AC power cord.
b) Unclip the GFCI and remove it.
Clip
AC Power
Cord Cable
Front Panel
Clip
GFCI
Wiring
Harness Cable
Continued on the next page.
4-11
4.
To remove the electronic control board
and the thermal cutout:
a) Disconnect the wire connectors at P2,
the thermal cutout terminals, P4, CON2,
and the ribbon cable at P1.
b) Remove the screw from the mounting
bracket and remove the housing and
board from the dishwasher.
P2
Thermal
Cutout
c) Unclip the thermal cutout from the electronic control board housing and remove the cutout.
Thermal Cutout
Ribbon Cable
P1
Clip
P4
CON 2
Bracket & Screw
4-12
Clip
REMOVING THE WATER INLET VALVE
5.
WARNING
6.
Disconnect the water hose from the water
inlet valve.
Remove the two water inlet valve bracket
screws and remove the valve assembly.
Bracket Screws
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.
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Turn off the water going to the dishwasher.
Disconnect the water supply line to the
water inlet valve.
Except for the indicated three screws,
remove the remaining screws from the
two bottom panels and remove the panels
from the dishwasher.
Water Inlet Valve
Water Hose
7.
8.
Disconnect the two wire connectors from
the water inlet valve solenoid terminals.
Remove the four mounting screws from
the water inlet valve and remove it.
Wire Connectors
Do Not Remove
Solenoid
Bottom Panels
Water Inlet Valve
Mounting Screws
(1 of 4)
4-13
REMOVING THE THERMISTOR
3.
WARNING
Disconnect the two wire connectors from
the thermistor terminals.
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.
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Except for the indicated three screws,
remove the remaining screws from the
two bottom panels and remove the panels
from the dishwasher.
Thermistor Wire Connectors
4.
Turn the thermistor 90° counterclockwise
and remove it.
Do Not Remove
Turn 90°
Bottom Panels
Thermistor
Thermistor
4-14
REMOVING THE DRAIN PUMP
Drain Pump-To-Sump
Hose Clamp
WARNING
Drain
Pump
Bolts &
Rubber Mount
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.
Wire Connector
1.
2.
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Remove the two panels from the bottom of
the dishwasher (see step 2 on page 4-14).
6.
7.
Pull the drain pump and pump-to-sump
hose off the sump connector.
Disconnect the air gap hose from the drain
pump.
Sump Connector Pull Drain Pump & Hose Off Sump
Drain Pump
Refer to the photo at the top of the right column.
3. Disconnect the wire connector from the
drain pump terminals.
4. Loosen the drain pump-to-sump hose
clamp.
5. Remove the two 7/16″ mounting bolts
from the rubber mount.
Air Gap Hose
8.
Remove the drain pump-to-sump hose
from the drain pump and remove the rubber mount from the pump bracket.
Drain Pump-To-Sump Hose
Rubber
Mount
4-15
REMOVING THE WASH PUMP MOTOR AND INLINE HEATER
3.
WARNING
4.
5.
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.
6.
7.
Disconnect the power connector and green
ground wire connector from the wash pump
motor terminals.
Unclip the wire tie that is around the inline
heater wires from the chassis hole (see
the oval inset in the photo in the left column).
Remove the wash pump-to-sump hose at
the pump.
Remove the inline heater-to-sump hose
at the sump.
Remove the two 7/16″ bolts from the wash
pump motor rubber mount.
Inline Heater-To-Sump Hose
1.
2.
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Remove the two panels from the bottom of
the dishwasher (see step 2 on page 4-14).
Inline Heater
Wash Pump Motor
Inline Heater Wire Tie
Sump
Wash Pump-To-Sump Hose
Rubber Mount
8.
Lift the wash pump motor and inline heater
out of the unit as an assembly, and disconnect the 3-wire inline heater connector
from the harness.
Inline Heater
3-Wire Connector
Inline Heater
Wash Pump Motor
4-16
Power &
Ground Wire
Connectors
9.
Set the wash pump motor and inline heater
assembly on a work surface.
10. Remove the inline heater from the wash
pump motor hose, then remove the remaining hose and the moisture shield from
the inline heater.
11. Disconnect the remaining hose from the
wash pump motor.
Disconnect Inline Heater &
Washer Pump Motor Hoses
REASSEMBLY NOTES:
• Make sure that you position the inline heater
in the assembly with the wire connectors
facing the top of the unit and the moisture
shield opening facing down, as shown. Route
the wires down so the wire post can be
inserted into the hole in the chassis.
• Position the curved hose so the shorter end
is at the inline heater, and the longer end is
at the sump (see photo at top of left column).
Wire Post
Longer End Of
Heater Hose
Inline Heater
Moisture Shield
Wash Pump
Motor
12. Disconnect the white, white-red, and green
wire connectors from the inline heater
terminals.
White Wire
White-Red
Wire
Green Wire
4-17
Inline Heater With Wires Facing Up
REMOVING THE SUMP
7.
WARNING
8.
Disconnect the house drain line from the
sump.
Remove the two panels from the bottom of
the dishwasher (see step 2 on page 4-14).
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.
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Open the dishwasher lid.
Remove the loading rack (see page 4-2 for
the removal and proper installation of the
loading rack).
Remove the drain filter assembly, the
microfilter, and sieve from the dishwasher
(see page 4-3 for the procedure).
Remove the poppet cover and poppet
(see page 4-4 for the procedure).
Remove the four T-15 Torx screws from
the top of the sump.
Sump
9.
Remove the thermistor from the sump
(see page 4-14 for the procedure).
10. Remove the drain pump (see page 4-15
for the procedure).
11. Remove the wash pump motor and inline
heater as an assembly (see page 4-16 for
the procedure).
12. Remove the rubber gasket from the sump
drain.
Top Sump Mounting Screw (1 of 4)
Rubber Gasket
4-18
13. Remove the pressure switch hose from
the sump.
14. Remove the eight 1/4″ hex-head screws
from the metal collar that is around the
sump, and remove the sump from the
bottom of the dishwasher.
REASSEMBLY NOTE: Install a new sump
gasket when you install the sump in the dishwasher.
Sump Gasket
Sump Collar Screws (2 of 8)
Collar
Pressure Switch Hose
4-19
REMOVING THE PRESSURE SWITCH
4.
WARNING
5.
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.
1.
2.
Lift the bottom of the moisture shield so it
is up and out of the way.
Rotate the pressure switch counterclockwise so you can easily access the pressure hose, and disconnect the hose from
the switch.
Rotate the pressure switch a full 90° counterclockwise, and align the square key
with the cutout, then remove the switch
from the mounting bracket.
Moisture Shield
Turn 90° CCW
To Remove
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Remove the two panels from the bottom of
the dishwasher (see step 2 on page 4-14).
Pressure Hose
Pressure Switch
Moisture Shield
3.
Disconnect the wire connector from the
pressure switch terminals.
Cutout
Key
Pressure Switch
Connector
4-20
REMOVING THE WASH PUMP MOTOR CAPACITOR
4.
WARNING
Remove the two panels from the bottom of
the dishwasher (see step 2 on page 4-14).
Wash Pump
Motor Capacitor
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.
Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
From under the sink, remove the five
screws from the front panel and remove
the panel.
5.
6.
Use a screwdriver with an insulated handle
and short the wash pump motor capacitor
terminals to ground to discharge the capacitor. NOTE: Touch the screwdriver first
to ground, and then to the capacitor terminals.
Disconnect the wire connectors from the
wash pump motor capacitor terminals.
Terminals & Wires
Front Panel
Screw (1 of 5)
3.
Remove the wash pump motor capacitor
mounting nut from the chassis.
Wash Pump Motor
Capacitor Nut
4-21
Wash Pump
Motor Capacitor
REMOVING THE DISHWASHER LID
AND THE LINKAGE COMPONENTS
4.
WARNING
To remove the dishwasher lid:
a) Mark the notch locations on the tension
brackets for each lid tension spring,
and then unclip the ends of the springs.
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.
Remove the two panels from the bottom of
the dishwasher (see step 2 on page 4-14).
Raise the dishwasher lid and prop it up to
keep it from falling during the removal
procedure. This will relieve some of the
spring tension from the linkage.
Left Lid Tension Spring
Prop Lid Up
Tension
Bracket
4-22
Right Lid Tension Spring
Tension
Bracket
b) Remove the screws from each of the
dishwasher lid hinges and remove the
lid from the dishwasher.
b) Remove the two mounting screws from
the lower guide and remove the guide
(the lower left guide screws are shown
below). NOTE: If you are removing the
lower right guide, you will have to remove the front panel to access the
screws (see step 2 on page 4-21 for the
procedure).
c) Unhook the spring, and pull the end of
the linkage cord through the opening
for the lower guide.
d) Remove the lid hinge screws for the
linkage cord you are removing, and
remove the hinge from the top of the
dishwasher (see the photo to the left).
Lid Hinge Screws
Lower Left Guide
5.
To remove the left or right linkage cord
and a lower guide:
a) Unhook the lid tension spring for the
linkage component (left or right) you
are removing (see step 4 on the previous page for the procedure).
Front Panel
Left Lid Tension Spring
Right Lid Tension Spring
Lower Right Guide
Upper Guide
Linkage Cord
(Right Side)
Lower Left Guide Screws
Continued on the next page.
Lower Guide
4-23
e) To remove an upper guide, (see the
photo in step 5 on page 4-23 for the
guide location), pry out on the locking
tab with a screwdriver, and pull the
guide out of the holder.
Pry Tab Out
REASSEMBLY NOTE: After servicing the dishwasher lid, open and close the lid to make sure
that it operates normally.
The door should just “pop open” when the latch
is released. If it opens further, reduce the
spring tension by moving the end of the spring
in the spring tension bracket notches (see the
photo below).
With the lid open all the way, it should stay
open. If it begins to close, increase the spring
tension.
Pull Upper Guide Out
Spring Tension Bracket
4-24
REMOVING THE DISHWASHER LID ACTUATOR
1.
2.
3.
Raise the dishwasher lid.
Loosen the lid actuator knob setscrew and
remove the knob.
Remove the hex nut, e-ring, and flat washer
from the cam shaft, and remove the star
washer, bushing/collar, torsion spring, and
the cam & shaft assembly from the lid.
REASSEMBLY NOTE:
To reassemble the lid actuator:
1. Place the star washer onto the bushing/
collar, and carefully slide the assembly
into the lid opening so that the key in the
assembly fits into the cutout in the bottom
of the lid.
2. Hold the actuator assembly in place, and
slide the flat washer and hex nut over the
bushing and hand tighten the nut.
3. Hold the cam and shaft assembly in the
vertical position with the shaft pointing up,
and slide the torsion spring over the shaft.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Rotate the spring until the lower hook
engages the stop inside the cam.
Keep the collar engaged with the spring
and rotate the collar counterclockwise until
the collar drops into position on the cam.
The actuator assembly must be held together to keep the spring from unwinding.
When properly assembled, the cam and
shaft can be manually rotated 90°, and the
spring will return it to its original position.
Make sure that the hex nut is far enough
down onto the bushing to fully expose the
e-ring slot, and snap the e-ring into place
on the bushing.
Align the actuator assembly with the hole
in the lid and tighten the hex nut.
Reinstall the knob and tighten the setscrew securely.
Knob
Setscrew
E-Ring
Hex Nut
Flat Washer
Star Washer
Bushing/Collar
Torsion Spring
Cam & Shaft Assembly
4-25
— NOTES —
4-26
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.
DISPENSER LEVEL SWITCH
Refer to page 4-6 for the procedure for servicing the dispenser level switch.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2.
Position the empty dispenser tank with the
level switch facing down.
3.
Disconnect one of the wires from the level
switch terminals.
4.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
5.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
dispenser level switch terminals. The meter
should indicate continuity (0 Ω).
6.
Position the dispenser tank with the level
switch facing up.
7.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
dispenser level switch terminals. The meter
should indicate an open circuit (infinite).
Terminals
Level Switch Down
Level Switch Up
Terminals
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.
RINSE AGENT SOLENOID
INTERLOCK SWITCH
Refer to page 4-6 for the procedure for servicing the rinse agent solenoid.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Refer to page 4-8 for the procedure for servicing the interlock switch.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2.
Disconnect one of the wires from the rinse
agent solenoid terminals.
2.
Disconnect one of the wires from the interlock switch terminals.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 100 scale.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
rinse agent solenoid terminals. The meter
should indicate between 285 and 315 Ω.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
interlock switch terminals. The meter
should indicate continuity (0 Ω).
5.
Press on the interlock switch actuator button, and the meter should indicate an open
circuit (infinite)
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.
WAX MOTOR
WATER INLET VALVE SOLENOID
Refer to page 4-8 for the procedure for servicing the wax motor.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Refer to page 4-13 for the procedure for servicing the water inlet valve.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2.
Disconnect one of the wires from the wax
motor terminals.
2.
Disconnect one of the wires from the water
inlet valve solenoid terminals.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 100 scale.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 100 scale.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the wax
motor terminals. The meter should indicate between 600 and 1800 Ω.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
water inlet valve solenoid terminals. The
meter should indicate between 890 and
1090 Ω.
5-3
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.
DRAIN PUMP
THERMISTOR
Refer to page 4-14 for the procedure for servicing the thermistor.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2.
Disconnect one of the wires from the thermistor terminals.
Refer to page 4-15 for the procedure for servicing the drain pump.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 100 scale.
2.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
thermistor terminals. The meter should
indicate as follows:
Disconnect the wire connector from the
drain pump terminals.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
drain pump terminals. The meter should
indicate between 20 and 30 Ω.
47 to 53 kΩ @ 25°C/77°F
12 to 13 kΩ @ 60°C/140°F
5-4
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.
INLINE HEATER
WASH PUMP MOTOR
1 (R/W)
2 (Blu)
3 (Yel)
Terminals
Refer to page 4-16 for the procedure for servicing the wash pump motor.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Refer to page 4-16 for the procedure for servicing the inline heater.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2.
Disconnect the wire connector from the
wash pump motor terminals.
2.
Disconnect the wire connector from the
inline heater terminals.
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 indicated wash pump motor terminals. The
meter should indicate as follows:
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
inline heater terminals. The meter should
indicate between 14 and 16 Ω.
Terminal Number
1&2
2&3
1&3
Reading
5 to 9 Ω
26 to 34 Ω
15 to 25 Ω
5-5
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.
PRESSURE SWITCH
WASH PUMP MOTOR CAPACITOR
Pressure Switch
Air Inlet
N.C.
Switch 1
N.O.
Switch 2
Refer to page 4-21 for the procedure for servicing the wash pump motor capacitor.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
Refer to page 4-20 for the procedure for servicing the pressure switch.
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2.
Disconnect the wire connector from the
pressure switch terminals.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1 scale.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the switch
1 terminals (brn/wht & blu/blk wires). The
meter should indicate a closed circuit (0 Ω).
5.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
switch 2 terminals (wht & org wires). The
meter should indicate an open circuit (infinite).
6.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 while blowing into
the pressure switch air inlet. The readings
should switch (step 4 = open, step 5
closed).
5-6
2.
Disconnect the wire connectors from the
wash pump motor capacitor terminals.
3.
Set the ohmmeter to the R x 1K scale.
4.
Touch the ohmmeter test leads to the
wash pump motor capacitor terminals.
The meter should increase sharply, and
then slowly decrease.
DIAGNOSIS & TROUBLESHOOTING
DIAGNOSTICS CYCLE TIME CHART
Refer to the chart on the next page.
DISPLAY TEST
R/A SENSOR ASSEMBLY CHECK
All LEDs, regardless of function, are turned On
during the first interval of the Diagnostics Cycle
as a “Display Test.” All LEDs should light, and
all segments of any time display should light. If
any LED does not turn On, there is an open
circuit in the keypad, and the console assembly/keypad should be replaced.
To help detect a failed or misconnected “Rinse
Aid” level sensor, the control should operate
the “Rinse Aid Empty” LED in Diagnostics as it
does during any other cycle.
THERMISTOR OPEN/SHORT
DETECTION
DIAGNOSTICS CYCLES
The Diagnostics Test Cycle will illuminate the
“CLEAN” LED and “WATER HEATING” LED. It
lights throughout the operating portion of the
cycle that follows the initial display test interval
whenever it detects a “short circuit,” or “open
circuit” on the thermistor input.
NOTE: Warm water must be in the dishwasher
when performing this test. The highest thermistor resistance values the control can detect
as its open circuit criteria are close to the
normal thermistor resistances at room temperature. Consequently, this indicator is only
reliable for “open circuit” detection if warm
water is in the dishwasher.
As a means of testing the accuracy of the
thermistor circuit, the control will turn on the
“SANITIZED/SANI COMPLETE” LED in “Interval 3” of the Diagnostics when it detects a
thermistor resistance of 10 kΩ.
Pressing the following option keys in the sequence shown will start the Diagnostics Test
Cycle:
RINSE ONLY
SANI RINSE
RINSE ONLY
SANI RINSE
Once Diagnostics Cycle is started, the cycle
can be rapid advanced to the next interval
manually by pressing the “Start” key, or the
“Pots & Pans” key. NOTE: The door lid must be
latched after each key press to advance to the
next interval.
RAPID ADVANCE
SERVICE FEATURE
To turn on the “Rapid Advance Service Feature,” start the desired cycle, and then press
and hold the “Start” key for 5 seconds. Once
“Rapid Advance” is turned On, the cycle can be
rapid advanced manually, one interval at a
time, by pressing the “Start” key, or the “Pots &
Pans” key. NOTE: The door lid must be latched
after each key press to advance to the next
interval.
STUCK PRESSURE SWITCH
DETECTION
The Diagnostics Test Cycle will illuminate the
“SENSING/SOAKING” LED throughout the operating portion of the cycle that follows the
initial display test interval whenever it detects
an “open circuit” on the pressure switch (soil
sensor) input. The Diagnostics Cycle also monitors the normally-open soil-sensing pressure
switch input for a “stuck open” condition by
aborting wash “Interval 3,” and skipping immediately to drain “Interval 1” if the control detects
an open pressure switch.
6-1
INTERVAL
12 11 10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CYCLE LEDs
S
POTS & PANS
NORMAL
QUICK
RINSE ONLY
CANCEL DRAIN
T
A
N
D
B
Y
OPTION LEDs
SANI RINSE
DELAY - 4 HR
CYCLE PROG / STATUS LEDs
RINSE AID EMPTY
LOCKOUT
W1
WASHING (W2)
R1
CIRC (R2)
RINSING
DRAIN OPEN
SENSING
ADD-A-DISH
WATER HEATING
SANI COMPLETE
CLEAN
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
INTERVAL TIME (min/sec)
0:10
0:02
0:05
0:02
1:00
0:05
0:25
1:30
0:05
8
0:02
88 ″d2″ ″d2″ 9
0:05
in intervals 10 and 11).
0:03
NUMERIC DISPLAY (Software identification
S
T
A
N
D
B
Y
AUTOMATED SENSOR CHECKS (LOAD CHANGES)
PRESSURE SWITCH Skip immediately to start
of INTERVAL 1 if detect Pressure Switch OPEN.
LOADS
S
T
A
N
D
B
Y
VENT
FILL
WASH MOTOR
DETERGENT / RINSE AID DISPENSER
LID ACTUATOR
DRAIN MOTOR
HEATER
6-2
CHECKING THE KEYPAD AND KEYSWITCH OPERATION
CHECKING KEYPAD OPERATION
Using the table below, measure the resistance
across the switch when the key is pressed.
NOTE: The ohmmeter must be connected with
the proper polarity.
If you are using an analog meter, the resistance reading should go from infinity (open
circuit) down to a readable resistance level.
The level may be different, depending on your
meter, since there is a diode in the circuit.
If you are using a digital meter, the resistance reading should go from infinity (open
circuit) down to a readable resistance level.
The level may be different, depending on your
meter, since there is a diode in the circuit. If
available, you can use the “diode test” function
of the meter, which will supply a voltage of
about 1.2 VDC during the test.
If any switches fail the test, replace the console
panel/keypad assembly.
If all of the switches test okay, replace the
control board.
Check the keypad ribbon tail for:
• Broken, shorted, corroded, or creased
traces.
• Loose connection to the control.
• Contaminants or corrosion around the
perimeter of the keypad, on the keypad
or the ribbon tail, or the keypad connector at the control.
To test an LED function, confirm that the LED
turns On during the “Display Test” at the beginning of the Diagnostics Cycle (refer to the
“Diagnostics Cycle Time Chart” on pages 6-1
and 6-2).
CHECKING THE KEYSWITCH
CONTACTS
Before checking the keyswitches:
• Disconnect power to the dishwasher.
• Unplug the ribbon cable at connector P1
on the control board.
KEYSWITCH RESISTANCE CHECK TABLE
(+) Pos. Lead
KEY
(–) Neg. Lead
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW5
SW6
SW7
SW8
SW9
SW10
SW11
SW12
SW13
SW14
CANCEL
(NOT USED)
(NOT USED)
DELAY
(NOT USED)
(NOT USED)
START
POTS & PANS
SANI RINSE
RINSE ONLY
NORMAL
(NOT USED)
(NOT USED)
(NOT USED)
P1-12
P1-13
P1-11
P1-12
P1-13
P1-11
P1-12
P1-13
P1-11
P1-12
P1-13
P1-11
P1-12
P1-13
6-3
P1-2
P1-2
P1-3
P1-3
P1-3
P1-4
P1-4
P1-4
P1-5
P1-5
P1-5
P1-6
P1-6
P1-6
NORMAL CYCLE OPERATION CHART
CYCLE
NAME
CYCLE SEQUENCE
(and temperature of water heating pauses / thermal holds where present)
Pre-Cycle Drain & Main Wash (145°F / 62°C) & Rinse &Purge &
Rinse & Final Rinse (145°F / 62°C) & Open Lid (Air Dry)
NORMAL
CYCLE
TIME
(without
thermal holds)
26:53 min.
Sani Rinse Option:
• Raises Final Rinse to 160° F / 71° C.
• Adds 2:00 min. to Final Rinse between the thermal hold and rinse aid dispense interval.
“Vent” / Power Bus Energized to provide power bus to small loads from the beginning of the
cycle to the end of the cycle.
Energized after the final rinse thermal hold through the end of the cycle.
Engages door latch release mechanism that opens the door lid when
Lid Actuator
actuator turns off at the end of the cycle.
Energized at the beginning of the Main Wash (0:52sec.), all rinses, and the
Fill
purge (0:44 sec. each).
OPERATION
Wash
Motor
Energized in middle of the Main Wash and all rinses.
OF LOADS
Dispenser
Energized after the final rinse thermal hold (1:00 min.).
(Rinse Aid)
Energized (for minimum of 10 seconds and up to 8:10 min.) to assure sink
is empty before running a cycle. Also energized at end of Main Wash, all
Drain Motor
rinses, and the purge (0:30 sec. each).
Energized during Main Wash and all thermal holds.
Heater
Final Rinse
Occurs after the fill and pause intervals at the beginning of the Final Rinse.
Thermal Hold
6-4
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
NOTES:
1. For “Keypad Checks,” refer to “Checking Keypad Operation” on page 6-3.
2. For “Resistance Checks,” refer to the strip circuits, starting on page 7-2.
3. For “Checking Operation With Diagnostics,” refer to “Diagnostics Cycles” on page 6-1.
Also refer to “Rapid Advance Service Feature” on standard cycles on page 6-1.
4. For information on Normal cycles and options, refer to the “Normal Cycle Operation Chart” on
page 6-4.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Will not run or power up.
- No operation
- No Keypad Response
- No LEDs or Display
1. No power to unit or bad connection.
2. Loose connections in dishwasher power up circuit or
between keypad(s) and control.
3. Door switch not making contact, due to faulty door latch
assembly, or door switch.
1. Check the fuses, circuit breakers, and
junction box connections.
2. Check the resistance of all connections
in the power up circuit to the control, and
the connections between the keypad(s)
and the control.
3. Measure the resistance of the door
switch contacts while checking the mechanical operation of the latch assembly.
Confirm that the switches are not loose
from the assembly.
4. Measure the resistance. If open, replace
the TCO. If replaced more than once,
replace the harness. NOTE: Replace
any component that has evidence of
overheating.
5. Check the keypad.
4. Blown TCO attached to control.
5. Multiple open or shorted circuits in keypad.
6. Faulty control.
Will not run and LEDs are
blinking.
Will not start.
1. Stuck key(s) or shorted
circuit(s) in keypad.
2. Shorted circuits or connections
on the control that read the
keys.
1. Door switch not making contact, due to faulty door latch
assembly, or door switch.
2. Loose connections between
door switches and pin 8 on
control.
3. Control not receiving Start key
(or Cycle key, if model has no
Start key).
6-5
6. Check the control.
1. Check the keypad.
2. Check the control.
1. Measure the resistance of the door
switch contacts while checking the mechanical operation of the latch assembly.
Confirm the switches are not loose from
the assembly.
2. Check the resistance of all the harness
connections between the door switches
and pin 8 of the control.
3. Confirm customer pressing proper key.
If yes, then check keypad. If keypad
okay, then check control.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Control Lock
- Will not accept key
presses
- Control Lock LED on
1. Control lockout feature accidentally turned on by customer.
2. Intermittent short of Sani Rinse
key, circuit in keypad, or keypad connection.
1. Press and hold the Sani Rinse key for 5
seconds to turn the “Control Lock” feature On or Off.
2. Check the keypad.
One or more keys will not
respond.
1. Open key or LED circuit(s) on
the keypad.
2. Open circuits or connections
on the control that read the
keys or drive LED’s.
1. Check/replace keypad.
1. Misunderstanding of LED operation.
2. Open ID diodes and/or LED
circuit(s) in keypad.
3. Open circuits or connections
on the control that read ID’s or
drive LED’s.
1. Instruct customer, refer to Use & Care
manual.
2. Check keypad.
Washes for less than 30
seconds and shuts off.
1. Unit is in Sales Demo mode.
1. Press the following key sequence in less
than 3 seconds to turn Demo mode Off
(or On): Rinse Only/Sani Rinse/Sani
Rinse/Rinse Only/Sani Rinse/Sani
Rinse. (Note: Diagnostics will also clear
Demo.)
Long cycles and/or stuck in
certain part of cycle.
I. As part of normal operation,
the dishwasher pauses 2 or 3
times during the cycle for thermal holds and advances once
temperature is met.
2. Low inlet water temperature.
1. Customer Instruct - explain thermal
holds.
Unusual LED readouts.
3 Dishwasher hooked up to cold
water.
4. Problem with temperature control devices or circuit:
• Loose connection(s).
• Thermistor problem.
• Problem with thermistor input
on control.
5. Heater problem (either not
heating water or stuck on in
dry):
• Open connection or component in heater circuit.
• Open heater.
• Faulty heater drive circuit on
control.
6-6
2. Check/replace control.
3 Check control.
2. Confirm temperature at sink (recommend 120°F/49°C). Instruct customer to
run water at sink before running dishwasher.
3. Confirm and correct installation if necessary.
4. Check all components and connections
in the water heating “sensing” circuit.
Check resistances of all connections in
thermistor circuit, resistance of thermistor, and control’s ability to read thermistor in Diagnostics.
5. Check all components and connections
in the water heating “heater” circuit or
the heat dry circuit. Check the resistances of all connections and components between the heater and control.
Also check the resistance of the heater,
and the operation of the heater in the
Diagnostics cycle (confirm that it turns
On and Off).
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Will not fill or water level
low. The Check Drain LED
is flashing.
1. No water to dishwasher.
1. Verify the water is turned On and the
supply line adequate. Correct installation
as necessary.
2. Check resistances of all harness connections between the fill valve and the
control.
3. Verify that pressure switch contact 21 &
22 are “closed.” Disconnect the harness
leads from the pressure switch. If there
is an open circuit across 21 & 22, replace pressure switch.
4. Disconnect the harness leads from the
water inlet valve and measure the resistance of the valve coil.
5. Instruct the customer on the drain stopper installation, refer to Use and Care
Guide.
6. Disconnect the water line to fill valve and
inspect the inlet for obstructions.
7. Check operation of the fill valve by the
control during Diagnostics.
8. Customer Instruct - normal water level is
just above bottom of tub.
9. Engage drain stopper. Run water into
the dishwasher. If water drains out of the
dishwasher, replace the stopper.
2. Loose connection to dishwasher fill valve or in the valve
circuit.
3. Pressure switch stuck in “overfill” position.
4. Open coil on fill valve solenoid.
5. Drain stopper not in place or
not secured properly.
6. Inlet screen on fill valve
plugged.
7. Faulty fill valve drive circuit on
the control.
8. Customer perception of proper
water level incorrect.
9. Drain stopper not sealing.
Wash pump will not pump.
1. Pump motor seized up (will not
turn).
2. Loose harness connection in
pump motor circuit.
3. Damaged wash pump motor
capacitor.
4. Pump motor winding opened.
5. Faulty wash pump drive circuit
on the control.
6-7
1. Remove the pump motor housing. Verify
the rotation of the motor shaft by rotating
the impeller. Rotation should only require
a moderate force. If the rotation is difficult or not possible, replace the pump &
motor assembly.
2. Check the resistances of all connections
between the pump motor and the control, particularly the pump motor to its
capacitor.
3. Disconnect the capacitor leads and confirm that the capacitance is as labeled on
part. Also check the resistance for an
open circuit across the terminals. Replace if open.
4. Disconnect all leads and check the resistance of the windings.
5. Check the operation of the wash pump
motor by the control during Diagnostics.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Unit will not drain or there
is excess water left in unit.
The Check Drain LED is
flashing.
1. Obstructed drain hose or drain
path.
1. Check for blockages from the drain
pump to sump. Potential items: blocked/
stuck drain pump or drain hose check
valve, and/or plugged hoses.
2. Check the resistances of all connections
between the drain motor and control.
3. Disconnect the harness connections and
check the resistance of the drain motor
windings.
4. Remove the drain pump and check the
impeller by pulling and rotating it. If the
impeller pulls off easily, or turns freely
(normally there is some uneven resistance), it is stripped. Replace the pump.
5. Disconnect the drain hose at the air gap.
Elevate the hose above the dishwasher
and fill with water. If water flows into
dishwasher, replace the drain hose.
6. Check the operation of the drain motor
by the control during Diagnostics.
2. Loose harness connection in
drain motor circuit.
3. Open winding on drain pump
motor.
4. Drain pump impeller fractured.
5. Drain hose check valve not
sealing.
6. Faulty drain motor drive circuit
on control.
Poor wash performance.
1. Customer cycle selection not
appropriate for dish load.
2. Plugged or damaged screens.
3. Spray arms not rotating.
Film on glasses and/or
dishes.
1. Hard water leaving film on
dishes.
2. Detergent carryover.
3. Drain hose check valve not
sealing.
6-8
1. Instruct the customer on the cycle selection.
2. Inspect following 3 screens. Remove the
dish rack and inspect the fine filter
screen. Remove the coarse filter and the
drain screen basket. Clean or replace as
needed.
3. Check for free and proper arm rotation
by operating the dishwasher and opening the lid to check that the location of
the arms are not always in the same
place. If the arms are blocked, instruct
customer on stacking dishes. May also
have restricted flow/movement due to
misalignment or misassembly of the
spay arm water delivery system.
1. Check for water hardness. If hard, instruct the customer to use the maximum
detergent, or try pouring 1/8 cup of Glass
Magic into the bottom of dishwasher. To
clean the dishwasher, recommend running with 1/2 cup of white vinegar sitting
upright in the dish rack.
2. Check water hardness. If below 10
grains, instruct customer to use less
detergent.
3. Disconnect the drain hose at the air gap.
Elevate the hose above the dishwasher
and fill with water. If water flows into
dishwasher, replace the drain hose.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Poor drying performance.
1. Customer use issues.
I. Recommend using Rinse Aid. Instruct on
how to fill and monitor Rinse Aid.
2. Check all components and connections
in the water heating circuit. Check the
resistances of all connections and components between heater and control.
Check the resistance of heater, and its
operation during the Diagnostics cycle.
3. Check the resistance of all connections
between the dispenser and the control.
2. Heater problem. Check for an
open connection or component
in the heater circuit, an open in
the heater, or a faulty heater
drive circuit on control.
3. Rinse Aid dispenser not dispensing due to a loose harness connection.
4. Open coil on the dispenser
solenoid.
5. Faulty dispenser drive circuit
on control.
Lid not opening after cycle.
1. Faulty lid actuator.
2. Foreign material in plunger
housing.
3. Customer use issues.
Lid not latching.
1. Lid knob not oriented properly.
2. Foreign material in plunger
housing.
6-9
4. Disconnect the leads and check the resistance of the dispenser coil.
5. Check the operation of the dispenser by
the control during Diagnostics.
1. Check all components and connections
in the lid actuator circuit. Check the resistances of all connections and components between the control and the lid
actuator. Check the resistance of the
actuator, and check to see that the lever
from the actuator engages the slider in
the latch assembly.
2. Manually push plunger down and inspect
the area for foreign matter. Remove or
replace the housing as needed.
3. Instruct customer not to leave items on
the lid during the wash cycle.
1. Check that the indicator on the knob
aligns with the indicator on the lid. If
misaligned, repair or replace the lid actuator assembly.
2. Manually push the plunger down and
inspect the area for foreign matter. Remove or replace the housing as needed.
— NOTES —
6-10
WIRING DIAGRAM & STRIP CIRCUITS
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
SCHEMATIC SHOWN WITH DOOR SWITCH
& ALL OTHER NORMALLY-OPEN CONTACTS OPEN.
BK-W
T
DOOR
SWITCH
T
CONNECTOR PINOUTS
LINE 120V 60HZ
L1
N
P9 WASH MOTOR AC (R-BK)
THERMAL
FUSE (TCO)
BK-W
P8 AC HOT (LOADS) (T)
W
BK
G
P10 VENT / SMALL LOAD AC (BU-BK)
P2-6
P8
P7 AC NEUTRAL (W)
* ELECTRONIC
CONTROL
(TRIACS &
RELAYS SHOWN)
P12
R
R
N.O.
RINSE AID SENSOR
USER
INTERFACE
P6 HEATER (W-R)
P1
P5 WASH MOTOR RETURN (BU)
P4 OPEN
THERMOSTAT (HI-LIMIT)
OPENS @ 199 - 217°F
(93 - 103°C)
N.C.
OR
K2
(HEATER)
P6
K3 (VENT/
POWER BUS)
P10
K1
(MOTOR)
P3 DRAIN MOTOR (GY)
HEATER
FUSE 14.3-15.8 Ω
W
W-R
P2-1 PRESSURE (O-GY)
BU-BK
P2-2 THERMISTOR / THERMOSTAT (Y-BK)
P2-3 WATER FILL (BR)
P9
R-BK
P5
BU
P2-4 DISPENSER (LBU)
P2-5 LID ACTUATOR (W-V)
BU
3
RUN WINDING
12 uF
CAPACITOR
Y 5
P2-6 AC HOT (MICRO) (BK-W)
V 1
M
PSC WASH PUMP
& MOTOR ASSEMBLY
P12-1 R/A (R)
P3
GY
GY
M
Q6
P2-5
W-V
LID ACTUATOR DRAIN MOTOR
(WAX MOTOR) DRAIN WINDING 27 Ω
600-1800 Ω
BU-BK
P12-2 OPEN
P12-3 R/A (R)
BU-BK
Q7
P2-4
LBU
R / A DISPENSER
SOLENOID ACTUATOR
285-315 Ω
P1-1
BU-BK
P1-2
Q2
P1-3
P1-4
P2-3
BR
* FILL VALVE
890-1090 Ω
Q3
21
P2-1
11
O-GY
BU-BK
P1-6
22
P1-7
OVERFILL
SWITCH
PRESSURE SWITCH
N.O.
P1-5
N.C.
BR-W
U/I RETURN LINE
P1-8
P1-9
W
14
U/I LED LINE
P1-10
P1-11
FILL SENSOR LEVEL
P1-12
U/I KEY LINE
P1-13
P7
P1-14 U/I LED LINE
W
* THERMISTOR
P2-2
Y-BK
W
T
47 - 53k Ω @ 77°F (25°C)
12 - 13k Ω 140°F (60°C)
* DENOTES ENERGY
EFFICIENT COMPONENTS.
DO NOTSUBSTITUTE.
7-1
STRIP CIRCUITS
POWER UP
L1
N
P2-6
THERMAL FUSE
(TCO)
T
BK-W
BK
P8
DOOR
SWITCH
CONTROL/MICRO
POWER SUPPLY
POWER
FOR LOADS
W
P7
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
FILL
N
FILL VALVE CIRCUIT
L1
OPENS WHEN OVERFILLED
BK
BK-W
T
THERMAL FUSE DOOR
(TCO)
SWITCH
N.C.
N.O.
P10
P8
BU-BK
BR-W
BR
21
22
FILL VALVE
OVERFILL
890 - 1090 Ω
ELECTRONIC CONTROL CONTACTS OF
PRESSURE SWITCH
K3 RELAY
P2-3
P7
W
Q3 TRIAC
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
N
WATER LEVEL SENSING CIRCUIT
CLOSES WHEN FILL IS COMPLETE
N.O.
ELECTRONIC
CONTROL
O-GY
P2-1
W
11
14
FILL LEVEL CONTACTS
OF PRESSURE SWITCH
WASH / RINSE
N
L1
THERMAL FUSE
(TCO)
BK
BK-W
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
DOOR
SWITCH
T
N.O.
P9
P8
3 BU
R-BK
1 V
K1 RELAY
5
Y
P5
P7
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
MOTOR & CAPACITOR
(WASH PUMP)
RUN WINDING 8.3 Ω
AUX. WINDING 24.2 Ω TO MEASURE WINDING
DISCONNECT CAPACITOR
12 uF CAPACITOR
7-2
W
DRAIN
L1
DRAIN CIRCUIT
BK
BK-W
N.O.
T
BU-BK
P10
P8
THERMAL FUSE DOOR
(TCO)
SWITCH
N
DRAIN MOTOR
DRAIN WINDING 27 Ω
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
GY
M
P3
K3 RELAY
P7
W
Q6 TRIAC
N
CLOSES WHEN FILL IS COMPLETE
WATER LEVEL SENSING CIRCUIT
N.O.
ELECTRONIC
CONTROL
P2-1
O-GY
W
11
14
FILL LEVEL CONTACTS
OF PRESSURE SWITCH
WATER HEATING (PUMP IS ALSO WASHING DURING
WATER HEATING PERIODS—SEE “WASH/RINSE”)
HEATER CIRCUIT
L1
N
THERMOSTAT (HI-LIMIT)
OPENS @ 199 - 217°F (93 - 103°C)
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
BK
BK-W
T
N.O.
P6
P8
THERMAL FUSE DOOR
(TCO)
SWITCH
N.C.
W-R
HEATER
14.3 - 15.8 Ω
FUSE
OR
W
K2 RELAY
THERMISTOR
TEMPERATURE SENSING CIRCUIT
ELECTRONIC
CONTROL
47-53k Ω @ 77°F (25°C)
12-13k Ω @ 140°F (60°C)
P2-2
W
Y-BK
P7
T
ELECTRONIC
CONTROL
LID ACTUATOR
L1
THERMAL FUSE
(TCO)
BK
BK-W
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
DOOR
SWITCH
T
N.O.
P10
P8
BU-BK
LID ACTUATOR
(WAX MOTOR)
600 - 1800 Ω
K3 RELAY
N
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
W-V
P2-5
P7
Q7 TRIAC
7-3
W
— NOTES —
7-4
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