Electrolux FJDR 1666 W Service manual

SERVICE MANUAL
WASHING
ELECTROLUX ZANUSSI S.p.A.
Corso Lino Zanussi,30
I - 33080 PORCIA /PN (ITALY)
Tel +39 0434 394850
Fax +39 0434 394096
Publication no.
599 34 22-16
“NEAT”
WASHING MACHINES
WITH EWM2000
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
EN/SERVICE/EB
Production: Porcia/PN (IT)
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CONTENTS
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS ..............................................................
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CONTROL PANEL ....................................................................................
Operation of the buttons.............................................................................
Display........................................................................................................
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WASHING PROGRAMMES ......................................................................
Programme table legend ............................................................................
60º cotton cycle (AC motor) .......................................................................
60º cotton cycle (DC motor) .......................................................................
60º synthetics cycle ....................................................................................
40º handwash cycle....................................................................................
"FUCS" (Fast Unbalance Control System).................................................
Spin cycles .................................................................................................
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STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS .......................................................
Hydraulic circuit ..........................................................................................
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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS ...........................................................
EWM2000 electronic control unit................................................................
Microprocessor memory.............................................................................
Electronic pressure switch..........................................................................
Instantaneous door safety device...............................................................
Detergent dispenser ...................................................................................
Power supply to motor................................................................................
AC/DC converter ........................................................................................
Recirculation pump.....................................................................................
Heating .......................................................................................................
Drain pump .................................................................................................
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DIAGNOSTIC AND CONFIGURATION SYSTEMS ..................................
Access to the diagnostics and configuration systems................................
Diagnostics system ....................................................................................
Display board diagnostics ..........................................................................
Diagnostics cycle........................................................................................
Alarms ........................................................................................................
Reading the last alarm ...............................................................................
Alarm codes................................................................................................
Cancelling the last alarm condition.............................................................
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Configuration of the main PCB...................................................................
Configuration code .....................................................................................
Examples of configuration ..........................................................................
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Exiting the diagnostics/configuration system .............................................
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BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS ....................................................................
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GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
Design: The cabinet is completely new, and is distinguished by the rounded front panel.
Inclined tub and bellows seal: The tub and the bellows seal are inclined at an angle of
approximately 20°. The capacity of the drum is 46 litres (G20).
Large porthole door: The porthole door is larger than that fitted to current models, and can be
opened to an angle of 180º.
The combination of an inclined tub and a larger porthole door makes introduction and removal of the
washing easier; in addition, the washing load is more visible to the user.
“INPUT” control panel: Simplifies programme selection.
EWM2000 electronic control unit: Provides excellent washing efficiency.
JETSYSTEM washing
Spin speeds up to 1.600 rpm
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CONTROL PANEL
The control panel fitted to the appliance may be different depending on:
Þ the control/display board (2 versions)
Þ the different design of the panel (on the number of buttons, LEDs)
Þ the different configuration of the buttons
1.
“FABRICS” button
2.
“TEMPERATURE” button
3.
“SPIN” button
4.
“OPTIONS” button
5.
“OPTIONS” button
6.
“OPTIONS” button
7.
“START/PAUSE” button
8.
“SKIP/RESET” button
9.
“DELAYED START” button
10.
Programme phase indicator LEDs
11.
Display window
12.
ON/OFF button
13.
Pilot lamp
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1. “FABRICS” button
Press this button to select the washing programme suitable for the
fabrics to be washed.
The LED corresponding to the selected washing programme lights.
The machine proposes the standard programme for the type of fabric
selected; a temperature and the maximum spin speed for the selected
programme are displayed, as well as the normal soiling level.
However, these parameters can be modified by pressing the
corresponding buttons. The display will also show the duration of the
selected programme, which is calculated according to the maximum
load for each type of fabric, and the START/PAUSE LED begins to
flash.
The type of fabric can be modified at any time during the washing cycle; in this case, the phase currently
being performed will restart from the beginning.
The table below shows the options that the user can select for each model.
LED
L1
L2
L3
L4
L5
Type A
Cotton
Synthetics
Delicate fabrics
Wool
Hand wash
Type B
Cotton
Synthetics
Delicate fabrics
Hand wash
Mini
Type C
Cotton
Synthetics
Delicate fabrics
Wool
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Hand wash
If this programme is selected (certain models only), the washing cycle will be especially delicate, and can be
used for fabrics labelled “Hand Wash”.
2. “TEMPERATURE” button
If a temperature different from the standard temperature proposed by
the appliance is desired, press this button repeatedly to increase of
decrease the temperature. The corresponding LED will light.
The maximum temperature is 90°C for cotton, 60°C for synthetics,
40°C for delicate fabrics, wool and hand washing.
The temperature button is effective only after the type of fabric has
been selected.
The temperature can be modified at any time during the washing cycle
(“START/PAUSE”); in this case, the phase will restart from the
beginning.
LED
L6
L7
L8
L9
L10
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Type A
90º C
60º C
40º C
30º C
Cold wash
Type B
90º C
60º C
50º C
30º C
Cold wash
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Type C
90º C
60º C
50º C
40º C
30º C
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3.
“SPINNING” button
Press this button to reduce the speed of the intermediate and final
spin cycles as shown in the table below. This button is effective
only after the type of fabric has been selected; the spin speed can
be modified until the end of the rinses.
LED11
1600
1600
1500
1500
1400
1400
1300
1300
1200
1100
1000
900
LED12
900
1200
900
1200
900
1200
900
1200
900
900
900
700
LED13
700
900
700
900
700
900
700
900
700
700
700
600
LED14
500
700
500
700
500
700
500
700
500
500
500
500
LED15
NO SPIN
or
RINSE HOLD
In COTTON cycles, the spin cycle cannot be excluded.
In COTTON cycles, this option also modifies the structure of the rinsing phases according to the
speed of the intermediate spin:
Intermediate spin
(rpm)
<850
850-950
1000-1150
>1150
st
1 rinse
TR2
TR1
TR1
TR1
nd
2
rinse
TR2
TR2
TR1
TR1
Last rinse
TR2
TR2
TR2
TR1
TR2
Traditional rinse at second level
TR1
Traditional rinse at first level
TE
"total exchange" (virtual tank) jetsystem rinse
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Traditional washing
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st
1 rinse
TR2
TE
TE
TE
nd
2
rinse
TR2
TR2
TE
TE
Last rinse
TR2
TR2
TR2
TE
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4,5,6“OPTIONS” buttons
The number and type of OPTIONS buttons vary according to the
model. All OPTIONS buttons are effective during the programme
selection phase, but only after the type of fabric has been selected.
After the “START/PAUSE” button has been pressed, the options can
generally be selected up until the start of the phase whose parameters
are to be modified.
“RINSE HOLD” button
The RINSE HOLD button is effective during the entire duration of the programme.
This function can be selected in COTTON, SYNTHETICS, DELICATE FABRICS and WOOL cycles; in
certain models, it is combined with the SPIN button.
When this option is selected, the appliance will not drain the tub at the end of the final rinse (in order to
prevent creasing the fabrics). At the end of the cycle, the LED corresponding to the START/PAUSE button
(and, where applicable, the phase indicator LED) will begin to flash to indicate to the user that the water in
the tub must be drained.
The following options can be selected to complete the programme:
Þ drain and spin: Press START/PAUSE. The appliance will drain the tub and then perform a spin cycle at
the maximum speed for the programme previously selected.
Þ select a spin speed using the SPIN button and then press START/PAUSE.
Þ drain only: Press SKIP/RESET once, until the DRAIN pilot lamp lights, then press START/PAUSE.
If the RINSE HOLD option is selected in a COTTON cycle, the water fill for the final rinse will take place at a
higher level.
“PRE-WASH” button
This option adds a pre-wash phase at the beginning of the cycle. The PRE-WASH option can be selected
only during the programme selection phase, and is not available in WOOL cycles.
The PRE-WASH option cannot be selected together with the STAINS or SOAK options.
“SOAK” button
This option can be selected in COTTON, SYNTHETICS and DELICATE FABRICS cycles (but only in the
programme selection phase), and adds a pre-wash at the beginning of the cycle.
30 minutes after the start of the cycle, the water is drained and the appliance passes to the subsequent
phase.
The DELAYED START button (if featured) can be used to select a SOAK time from 1 hour to 24 hours. The
delay time will be shown in hours in the display window during the selection phase; after the cycle has been
started, the delayed-start countdown will be shown in hours until it falls below 10 hours, after which the time
will be shown in hours and minutes. At the end of the SOAK phase, the water is drained from the tub and the
washing programme starts.
The SOAK option cannot be selected together with the STAINS and PRE-WASH options.
“STAINS” button
The STAINS option can be selected in COTTON, SYNTHETICS and DELICATE FABRICS cycles with
temperatures of 40°C or higher, and can also be selected during the washing phase.
This option adds the STAINS phase, in which special additives are introduced into the tub from the pre-wash
compartment after the BIO phase with heating to 40°C, and an additional 10 minutes of motor movement.
The STAINS option cannot be selected together with the PRE-WASH/SOAK, INTENSIVE and QUICK
/DAILY options.
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“INTENSIVE” / “HEAVY SOIL” button
This option can be selected during the entire duration of the washing programme, and is available only in
cycles for COTTON and SYNTHETICS.
This option increases the phases of drum movement after the heating phases.
The INTENSIVE / HEAVY SOIL option cannot be selected together with the STAINS, QUICK CYCLE and
ECONOMY options.
“QUICK CYCLE - LIGHT SOIL” / “DAILY” button
This option can be selected during the entire duration of the wash programme, and is available in cycles for
COTTON, SYNTHETICS and DELICATE FABRICS: it reduces the duration of the cycle.
When this option is selected in COTTON cycles, it modifies the rinse sequence as well as reducing the
times: one rinse is eliminated, and the water fill level in the remaining rinses is increased.
The QUICK CYCLE - LIGHT SOIL” / DAILY option cannot be selected together with the STAINS,
INTENSIVE and ECONOMY options.
“LEVEL OF SOILING” button
This option can be selected during the entire duration of the washing programme.
The standard programme is set for NORMAL soiling. By pressing this button, the level of soiling can be
modified:
Þ HEAVY (this option can be selected only in cycles for COTTON and SYNTHETICS).
LIGHT - QUICK CYCLE (this option can be selected only in cycles for COTTON, SYNTHETICS and
DELICATE FABRICS).
The functions of these options are as described for the corresponding individual buttons.
“ECONOMY” button
This option can also be selected during the washing cycle, and is available only in cycles for COTTON and
SYNTHETICS with temperatures of 40°C or higher.
The ECONOMY option reduces the temperature of the programme and increases the drum movement
phases after the heating phases.
The ECONOMY option cannot be selected together with the INTENSIVE/HEAVY AND LIGHT SOILING and
QUICK CYCLE / DAILY options.
"BIO" button
This option can be selected only after selecting the type of fabric, and can also be selected during the
washing phase. The BIO option can be selected only in cycles for COTTON and SYNTHETICS with
temperatures of 40°C or higher.
The BIO option adds a 10-minute phase of motor movement after heating to 40°C, and is designed to
activate the enzymes contained in the detergent.
“EXTRA RINSE” button
The EXTRA RINSE option can be selected at any time up to the end of the washing phase, and adds one
rinse phase in cycles for COTTON, SYNTHETICS and DELICATES.
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7. “START/PAUSE” button
START: After selecting the programme and the desired options, press the
START button to start the programme. The LED positioned above
the button will cease flashing and remain lit. If a delayed start time
has been selected, the countdown will commence; the countdown
will be shown on the display.
PAUSE: When the button is pressed again, the programme currently being
performed is interrupted. The LED above the button will start to
flash. When the cycle is paused, the door LED switches off and the
door can be opened on condition that:
the machine is not performing a heating phase
the water level is not high
the drum is not in movement
When the appliance is paused, the programmes can be modified as follows:
→ The structure can be changed or the programme cancelled (SKIP/RESET button). In this case,
the water (and detergent) will not be drained and the new cycle will begin with water in the tub.
If it is preferred to restart the new cycle without saving water and detergent, it is necessary first
to select a drain phase and then the new programme.
→ The FABRICS and the TEMPERATURES can be modified only during the washing phase; in
this case, the cycle will be restarted from the beginning.
→ The SPIN can be modified before the start of the final spin cycle.
→ All the cycle OPTIONS can be modified before the commencement of the phase to be modified.
To re-start the programme, press the button again.
DRAIN and SPIN: after programmes with the RINSE HOLD option.
8.
“SKIP/RESET” button
Thus button performs two functions:
Cancels the programme: Press the button until the cycle LEDs switch off. The display will show three
flashing hyphens.
Selects special programmes: In the programme selection and execution phases, this button can be used
to cancel certain phases of the programme so that the appliance effectively
performs a special cycle. In the programme execution phase, the appliance must
be paused.
The cycle normally performed by the appliance consists of the following phases:
Wash - Rinses - Spins
Þ When the button is pressed once: Rinses - Spins.
Þ When the button is pressed twice: Spin
Þ When the button is pressed three times: Drain.
Þ When the button is pressed four times: Cancel programme.
If the PRE-WASH option is selected, it can be cancelled by pressing this button, so that the appliance
performs the wash only.
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9. “DELAYED START” button
This button can be used to delay the start of the programme for up to 24
hours. The selected delay time is shown on the display for approximately 5
seconds, after which the duration of the programme is displayed.
The DELAYED START option must be selected after selecting the
programme and before pressing START/PAUSE.
The delay countdown is decremented at intervals of one hour, and is shown
on the display.
To modify or cancel the delayed-start time:
press START/PAUSE to set the appliance to PAUSE.
press the DELAYED START button until the display shows the new delay time or 0h.
press START/PAUSE again.
The porthole door remains locked during the entire delayed-start period (the door pilot lamp lights).
If it is necessary to open the porthole door, set the appliance to PAUSE mode. After re-closing the door,
press START/PAUSE.
If the SOAK option has been selected, the delay time becomes the soak time.
10. Programme phase LEDs
When the programme has been selected, the LEDs corresponding to the various phases in the programme
light. When the programme starts, only the LED corresponding to the current phase remains lit.
LED
Colour
L26
L27
L28
L29
L30
L31
L32
L33
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Green
Orange
Green
Models with
display
-Prewash
Wash
Rinses
Spin
Drain
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Models without
display
Prewash
Wash
Rinses
Rinse Hold
Spin
Drain
Filter Clogged
End
11. Display
The display shows the following information:
Þ Three flashing hyphens: when a programme is cancelled by
pressing the SKIP/RESET button. The hyphens will also be
displayed when the ON/OFF button is pressed to switch the
appliance on, but only if the cycle selected previously has been
cancelled.
Þ The duration of the washing programme is displayed when the
programme has been selected. This time corresponds to the time
necessary for the maximum wash load.
When the programme is started (i.e. after pressing
START/PAUSE), the time is decremented at intervals of one
minute.
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Þ Rinse hold: the appliance stops with water in the tub at the end of
programmes for which the RINSE HOLD option has been selected; the
display shows a zero (fixed, not flashing).
Þ End of cycle: indicated by a zero (flashing) and, at the same time,
the door pilot lamp switches off. The zero re-appears when the
appliance is switched on again, if the previous programme has not
been cancelled. It may occur, when the appliance is switched on for
the first time, that a flashing zero is shown on the display and the
acoustic signals are activated. This is due to the fact that the machine
has performed a washing cycle during testing in the factory which has
not been cancelled on completion.
Þ Delayed start, which is selected using the DELAYED START button.
The countdown starts when the START/PAUSE button is pressed,
and is decremented at intervals of one hour.
Þ An incorrect option selection is signalled by Err on the display if the
function selected is not compatible with the programme. The buzzer
also sounds when an incorrect option is selected.
Þ An alarm code indicates a machine malfunction.
12. ON/OFF button
Press the ON/OFF button to switch the appliance ON. The display shows three flashing hyphens or a
flashing zero. Press the same button to switch the appliance OFF.
The ON/OFF button is an individual pushbutton, and is not part of the display board.
EXCLUSION OF THE BUZZER AT THE END OF THE PROGRAMME
By pressing the "TEMPERATURE" and "SPIN"
buttons at the same time (or the temperature button
with button 4) it is possible to disactivate the buzzer
sound which indicates the end of the programme; by
repeating this operation the buzzer will be activated
again.
This function is always available and is memorized
until it is modified.
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WASHING PROGRAMMES (SEQUENCE CHARTS)
KEY TO PROGRAMMES
Calibration
WC
RPC
DPC
MC
OFF
ON
LEV
ELV2
ELV3
ELV2 ELV3
NR
VT
WL
AB
Dis
En
OFF
ON
LEV
Tout
Code
D_MOV
E_MOV
E1_MOV
SE_MOV
N_MOV
PWL1_MOV
PWL3_MOV
SPARE_MOV
PWL4_MOV
COLD_MOV
CR3_MOV
DLD_MOV
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Description
Drain sub-phase for calibration of the electronic pressure switch
Levels
Level of water in the tub
Control level for circulation pump
Control level for drain pump
Control level for motor
Pumps
Pump off
Pump on
Pump on from one level of pressure switch
Water inlet valves
Prewash
Wash
Prewash + wash = softener
Refilling
Normal refilling
"Total exchange" refilling (virtual tank)
Electronic pressure switch
Safety pressure switch
Level control disabled
Level control enabled
Movement (motor)
Motor stopped
Motor in operation
Level movement
Time
Maximum time (timeout)
Motor movement
Pause (sec)
Movement (sec)
12
4
3
10
4
12
4
24
8
8
40
1
12
1
3
10
57
1
4
12
Single-direction movement
Single-direction movement
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Speed (rpm)
55
55
75
55/40
55
35
35
40
35
40
80
40
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SE Movement:
VT movement during rinses in "jetsystem total exchange" COTTON programmes (virtual tank):
During these phases, in which the motor rotates at high speed, if the electronic pressure switch detects that
the water in the tub falls below a certain level, the following operations are performed:
spin at 470 rpm (VT_MOV_CODE) to remove the water from the fabrics and therefore to increase the
level in the tub.
5 seconds pause, during which the level is again checked and, if necessary, the solenoid valve is
activated in order to load water until the level is correct.
energetic movement (E) (with the circulation pump in operation).
These operations may be repeated up to a maximum of three times for each rinse.
The parameters of the different programmes (levels, movements) vary according to the motor power supply
system of the different models:
AC motor
DC motor
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Step
n.°
PHASE
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
WASH
CALIBRATION
WATER LOAD
MOVEMENT
WATER LOAD
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
HEATING
HEAT+MOVEMENT
HEATING
MOVEMENT
HEAT+MOVEMENT
HEATING
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
WATER DRAIN
SPINNING
MOVEMENT
WATER LOAD
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
WATER DRAIN
SPINNING
MOVEMENT
WATER LOAD
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
WATER DRAIN
SPINNING
MOVEMENT
WATER LOAD
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
WATER DRAIN
SPINNING
MOVEMENT
1st RINSE
2nd RINSE
3rd RINSE
(softener)
SPINNING
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Levels (mm H20)
wc
rpc
dpc
mc
35/15
50/15
35/15
55/30
45/15
35/15 35/15
Rec. Drain Water inlet
pump pump
valves
OFF
ON
OFF
LEV
Movement
type
code
OFF
Motor Stopped
ON
PWL3_MOV
DLD_MOV
COLD_MOV
E_MOV
SPARE_MOV
ELV3
LEV
OFF
35/15
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
En
Dis
En
Dis
LEV
ON
En
Dis
En
Dis
ON
SE_MOV
N_MOV
SE_MOV
Motor Stopped
D_MOV
IMP6
CR3_MOV
VT
NR
ON
E_MOV
E1_MOV
D_MOV
IMP6_RINSE
CR3_MOV
35/15
75/20
35/25
E_MOV
E1_MOV
D_MOV
IMP6_RINSE
CR3_MOV
N_MOV
VT
NR
En
Lev
ON
OFF
LEV
ON
OFF
35/15
100/80
Dis
En
Lev
ON
OFF
LEV
ON
ELV2 ELV3
Dis
En
100/80
OFF
35/15
35/15
Lev
ON
OFF
14/50
Dis
Dis
En
Dis
LEV
ON
OFF
Dis
En
ON
LEV
ON
OFF
ON
Lev
ON
OFF
75/20
35/25
NR
ELV2
45/15
35/15
Temp.
Refilling
°C
type wl ab
OFF
ON
Motor Stopped
D_MOV
IMPCF_01_AC
N_MOV
Dis
40
56
56
56
56
Time
Time to
end
Tout 10'
Tout 15'
1'
Tout 15'
4'
3'
Tout 40'
2'
Tout 40'
2'
2'
Tout 40'
18'
4'
18'
22''
Tout 10'
Tout 20'
5''
Tout 15'
4'
2'
Tout 10'
Tout 20'
5''
Tout 15'
4'
2'
Tout 10'
Tout 20'
5''
Tout 15'
6'
22''
Tout 10'
Tout 20'
2'
0.00.20
0.01.40
0.01.00
0.01.40
0.04.00
0.03.00
0.06.40
0.02.00
0.07.00
0.02.00
0.02.00
0.03.00
0.18.00
0.04.00
0.18.00
0.00.20
0.00.20
0.09.00
0.00.10
0.01.40
0.05.30
0.02.00
0.00.20
0.05.00
0.00.10
0.01.40
0.05.30
0.02.00
0.00.20
0.05.00
0.00.10
0.01.40
0.06.00
0.00.20
0.00.20
0.07.00
0.02.00
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Cotton 60 JETSYSTEM - DC motor (G46l - intermediate spin 850 1000)
Step
n.°
PHASE
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
WASH
CALIBRATION
WATER LOAD
MOVEMENT
WATER LOAD
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
HEATING
HEAT+MOV
HEATING
MOVEMENT
HEAT+MOV
HEATING
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
WATER DRAIN
SPINNING
MOVEMENT
WATER LOAD
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
WATER DRAIN
SPINNING
MOVEMENT
WATER LOAD
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
WATER DRAIN
SPINNING
MOVEMENT
WATER LOAD
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
WATER DRAIN
SPINNING
MOVEMENT
1st RINSE
2nd RINSE
3rd RINSE
(softener)
SPINNING
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wc
rpc
dpc
mc
15/5
45/15
15/5
55/30
45/15
15/5
15/5
Rec. Drain Water inlet
pump pump
valves
OFF
ON
OFF
LEV
Movement
type
code
OFF
Motor Stopped
ON
PWL3_MOV
DLD_MOV
COLD_MOV
E_MOV
SPARE_MOV
ELV3
LEV
OFF
15/5
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
En
Dis
En
Dis
LEV
ON
En
Dis
En
Dis
ON
SE_MOV
N_MOV
SE_MOV
Motor Stopped
D_MOV
IMP6
CR3_MOV
VT
NR
ON
E_MOV
E1_MOV
D_MOV
IMP6_RINSE
CR3_MOV
15/5
75/20
25/15
E_MOV
E1_MOV
D_MOV
IMP6_RINSE
CR3_MOV
N_MOV
VT
NR
En
Lev
ON
OFF
LEV
ON
OFF
15/5
95/20
Dis
En
Lev
ON
OFF
ON
ELV2 ELV3
Dis
En
95/20
OFF
15/5
15/5
Lev
ON
OFF
15/50
Dis
Dis
En
Dis
LEV
ON
OFF
Dis
En
ON
LEV
ON
OFF
ON
Lev
ON
OFF
75/20
25/15
NR
ELV2
45/15
15/5
Temp.
Refilling
°C
type wl ab
OFF
ON
Motor Stopped
D_MOV
IMPCF_01_DC
N_MOV
Dis
40
58
58
58
58
Time
Time to
end
Tout 10'
Tout 15'
1'
Tout 15'
4'
3'
Tout 40'
2'
Tout 40'
2'
2'
Tout 40'
12'
4'
14'
22''
Tout 10'
Tout 20'
5''
Tout 15'
5'
3'
Tout 10'
Tout 20'
5''
Tout 15'
5'
3'
Tout 10'
Tout 20'
5''
Tout 15'
11'
22''
Tout 10'
Tout 20'
2'
0.00.20
0.01.40
0.01.00
0.01.40
0.04.00
0.03.00
0.05.50
0.02.00
0.06.20
0.02.00
0.02.00
0.02.20
0.12.00
0.04.00
0.14.00
0.00.20
0.00.20
0.09.00
0.00.10
0.01.40
0.06.30
0.03.00
0.00.20
0.05.00
0.00.10
0.01.40
0.06.30
0.03.00
0.00.20
0.05.00
0.00.10
0.01.40
0.11.00
0.00.20
0.00.20
0.09.00
0.02.00
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Step
n.°
PHASE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
WASH
*
**
Description
wc
1st RINSE
2nd RINSE
3rd RINSE
(softener)
SPINNING
Levels (mm H20)
rpc
dpc
mc
Rec. Drain Water inlet
pump pump
valves
CALIBRATION
35/15 * 35/15 * 35/15* 35/15* OFF
WATER LOAD
50/15 **
MOVEMENT
WATER LOAD
100/65
LEV
MOVEMENT
HEATING
100/65 ON
MOVEMENT
LEV
HEATING
ON
MOVEMENT
LEV
HEATING
ON
MOVEMENT
LEV
WATER LOAD
175/90
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
OFF
WATER DRAIN
TIME WATER DRAIN
MOVEMENT
35/15 *
35/15 *
WATER LOAD
175/90
LEV
MOVEMENT
WATER DRAIN
OFF
TIME WATER DRAIN
MOVEMENT
35/15
WATER LOAD
175/90
LEV
MOVEMENT
LEV
WATER DRAIN
OFF
SPINNING
MOVEMENT
35/15 *
WATER LOAD
175/90
LEV
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
OFF
WATER DRAIN
35/15 *
SPINNING
ON
OFF
type
Movement
code
OFF
Motor Stopped
ON
OFF
LEV
PWL3_MOV
Motor Stopped
N_MOV
E_MOV
ELV2
ELV3
Temp.
Refilling
°C
type wl ab
NR
Dis
En
Dis
En
39
55
55
ON
N_MOV
Dis
Dis
Lev
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Motor Stopped
E_MOV
OFF
Motor Stopped
ON
N_MOV
E_MOV
En
Lev
ON
OFF
OFF
Motor Stopped
ON
N_MOV
E_MOV
IMP_C0
Motor Stopped
Dis
En
Lev
ON
OFF
OFF
ELV2 ELV3
Lev
ON
Dis
En
ON
OFF
ON
N_MOV
Motor Stopped
D_MOV
IMP5
Dis
Time
Time to
end
Tout 10'
Tout 15'
1'
Tout 15'
7'
Tout 40'
8'
Tout 40'
8'
Tout 40'
8'
Tout 1'
2'
22''
Tout 10'
2'
5''
Tout 15'
2'
Tout 10'
2'
5''
Tout 15'
2'
Tout 10'
Tout 20'
5''
Tout 15'
5'
22''
Tout 10'
Tout 20'
0.00.00
0.01.40
0.01.00
0.01.40
0.07.00
0.10.50
0.08.00
0.09.40
0.08.00
0.00.00
0.08.00
0.01.00
0.02.00
0.00.20
0.00.20
0.02.00
0.00.10
0.01.40
0.02.00
0.00.20
0.02.00
0.00.10
0.01.40
0.02.00
0.00.20
0.03.00
0.00.10
0.01.40
0.05.00
0.00.20
0.00.20
0.02.00
DC motor: 15/5
DC motor: 45/15
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Step
n.°
PHASE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
WASH
*
**
1st RINSE
2nd RINSE
3rd RINSE
(softener)
SPINNING
Description
Levels (mm H20)
Wc
rpc
dpc
mc
CALIBRATION
35/15 * 35/15* 35/15* 35/15*
WATER LOAD
50/15 **
MOVEMENT
WATER LOAD
115/50
MOVEMENT
HEATING
MOVEMENT
HEAT+MOV
MOVEMENT
WATER DRAIN
TIME WATER DRAIN
MOVEMENT
35/15 *
WATER LOAD
175/90
MOVEMENT
WATER DRAIN
TIME WATER DRAIN
MOVEMENT
35/15 *
WATER LOAD
175/90
MOVEMENT
WATER DRAIN
TIME WATER DRAIN
MOVEMENT
35/15 *
WATER LOAD
175/90
MOVEMENT
MOVEMENT
WATER DRAIN
35/15 *
SPINNING
Rec. Drain Water inlet
Movement
pump pump
valves
type
code
OFF
ON
OFF
LEV
OFF
Motor Stopped
ON
OFF
LEV
PWL3_MOV
Motor Stopped
PWL1_MOV
ELV2
ELV3
Temp.
Refilling
°C
type wl ab
NR
Dis
En
ON
LEV
Dis
En
29
37
OFF
Lev
ON
OFF
OFF
Motor Stopped
OFF
Motor Stopped
ON
OFF
PWL3_MOV
Motor Stopped
OFF
Motor Stopped
ON
OFF
PWL1_MOV
Motor Stopped
OFF
Motor Stopped
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
PWL1_MOV
Motor Stopped
Motor Stopped
IMP4
LEV
OFF
En
Lev
ON
OFF
LEV
OFF
Dis
Dis
En
Lev
ON
OFF
LEV
ELV2 ELV3
OFF
Lev
ON
Dis
En
Dis
Dis
Time
Time to
end
Tout 10'
Tout 15'
1'
Tout 15'
4'
Tout 40'
2'
14'
22''
Tout 10'
1'
5''
Tout 15'
3'
Tout 10'
1'
5''
Tout 15'
3'
Tout 10'
1'
5''
Tout 15'
5'
22''
Tout 10'
Tout 20'
0.00.00
0.01.10
0.01.00
0.01.10
0.04.00
0.08.00
0.02.00
0.14.00
0.00.20
0.00.20
0.01.30
0.00.10
0.01.10
0.03.00
0.00.20
0.01.30
0.00.10
0.01.10
0.03.00
0.00.20
0.01.30
0.00.10
0.01.10
0.05.00
0.00.20
0.00.20
0.01.00
DC motor: 15/5
DC motor: 45/15
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“FUCS” (Fast Unbalance Control System)
The control procedure for unbalanced loads is performed dynamically, before each spin cycle, as follows:
The phase begins at a speed of 55 rpm; the speed can never fall below this threshold, otherwise the
check is repeated.
At intervals of 400 ms, the balance is calculated and compared with predetermined limits. If the value is
less than the lower limit, the speed of the drum is increased by 2 rpm; if the value is higher, the speed of
the drum is reduced by 2 rpm. The reduction in the speed of the drum distributes the washing correctly;
this procedure is repeated until the wash load is completely balanced.
Correct balancing of the wash load is achieved at a speed of 115 rpm, after which the spin cycle begins.
The Unbalancing Control function takes place in three steps:
Step 1: The first phase has a preset unbalancing threshold: if correct balancing is achieved, the appliance
performs the spin cycle. If not, after a maximum of 60 seconds, a spin pulse at 470 rpm is
performed and the function passes to step 2.
Step 2: In the second phase, the unbalancing threshold is variable: if correct balancing is not achieved
within 180 seconds, the function passes to step 3.
Step 3: The third phase has a preset unbalancing threshold: if correct balancing is not achieved within 60
seconds, the spin cycle is performed at a lower speed. In this case, spinning may also start at 85
rpm.
If the unbalancing value remains excessive, the spin cycle is skipped.
Anti-foam control function
If the pressure switch detects an anti-foam level (i.e. excessive foam) at the beginning of the spin cycle, the
spin is interrupted and the appliance resumes operation from the second phase of the unbalancing control
procedure.
EXAMPLES OF OPERATION OF THE UNBALANCING CONTROL FUNCTION:
Load correctly balanced
A: low speed
B: FUCS phase 1
C: normal spin
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Load balanced after few attempts:
A: low speed
B: FUCS phase 1
C: normal spin
Load balanced after second phase:
A: low speed
B: FUCS phase 1 with pulse at 470 rpm
C: low speed
D: FUCS phase 2
E: normal spin
Load balanced after second phase and anti-foam
control function:
A: low speed
B: FUCS phase 1 with pulse at 470 rpm
C: low speed
D: FUCS phase 2
E: spin with anti-foam function
F: low speed
G: FUCS phase 3
H: normal spin
Load slightly unbalanced after third phase:
A: low speed
B: FUCS phase 1 with pulse at 470 rpm
C: low speed
D: FUCS phase 2
E: FUCS phase 3
F: reduced-speed spin
Load unbalanced after third phase:
A: low speed
B: FUCS phase 1 with pulse at 470 rpm
C: low speed
D: FUCS phase 2
E: FUCS phase 3
F: the spin phase is skipped and the appliance
passes to the subsequent phase
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SPIN CYCLES
IMP_C0 spin: pre-wash - COTTONS and SYNTHETICS, penultimate rinse - SYNTHETICS
IMP5 spin: final - SYNTHETICS
IMP7 spin: final - DELICATE FABRICS
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IMP4 spin: final - WOOL
IMP6 spin: first intermediate spin - rinses – COTTON (maximum speed can be configured)
IMP6-RINSE spin: intermediate rinses COTTON (maximum speed can be configured)
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IMPCF_1_AC spin: final – COTTON (AC motors)
IMPCF_1_AC spin: final – COTTON (DC motors)
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STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Control panel
Front cabinet shell
Plinth
Main electronic board
Carboran tub
Pressure switch tubes
Pressure chamber
Tub/filter body hose
9. Temperature sensor
10. Motor
11. Drive belt
12. Drum pulley
13. Rear counterweight
14. Solenoid valve
15. Detergent dispenser drawer
Although their shapes are different, the characteristics of the components in these new washing machines
are the same as those used in other models in the P6000 range.
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HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT
The hydraulic circuit has been modified with respect to current production models.
New filter body
New pressure chamber
New detergent drawer (similar to those fitted to other models with EWM2000 control system).
FILTER BODY
1. Filter drain cap
2. Drain tube
3. Hinged filter cover
1.
2.
3.
4.
Drain pump
Drain filter
Filter body
Circulation pump
PRESSURE CHAMBER
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Tub
Pressure switch tubes
Pressure chamber
Anchor screw
Hose clamps
Tub/filter body hose
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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
EWM 2000 ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT
1. Main PCB
2. Control/Display Board
CONTROL/DISPLAY BOARD
Microprocessor
MAIN BOARD
SENSORS
Microprocessor
ELECTRICAL
LOADS
The main PCB performs the following functions:
-
acquisition of the wash cycle settings via the control/display board.
control of the water level in the tub via the electronic pressure switch and the safety pressure switch.
control of the temperature of the washing solution via an NTC sensor.
control of the speed of rotation of the motor via a signal from the tachometric generator.
powering of all the electrical components in the washing machine and control of the wash cycle.
Two basic versions of the main PCB are available:
one for washing machines with AC motors
one for washing machines with DC motors
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MICROPROCESSOR MEMORY (MAIN PCB)
ROM
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
RAM
PROGRAMME VARIABLES
EEPROM
POWER FAIL
&
MACHINE
STATUS
CYCLE
PARAMETERS
MACHINE
CONFIGURATION
The overall structure of the microprocessor memory on the main PCB is subdivided into three sections:
ROM
This area of memory contains the software with the general instructions that control the operation
of the appliance, such as those of the electrical components and alarms. The ROM is set up by
the manufacturer of the microprocessor, and cannot be modified.
RAM
This part of memory contains all the variables used during the execution of the wash programme,
which are written in dynamic format. The RAM can be read using a DAAS interface.
EEPROM This area of memory contains:
→ the data necessary to restart the appliance in case of a power failure.
→ the parameters for the wash cycle, such as water fill level, speed and type of motor movement,
and the temperature during the various phases of the wash cycle. Once written, this data is
protected and, normally, can be read only using a DAAS interface
→ data relative to the configuration of the appliance, such as the speed of the final spin phase,
the volume of the tub, the type of washing system, etc. This data may be entered either via a
DAAS interface or via the control/display board.
ENTERING DATA INTO THE EEPROM
All the data is entered into the EEPROM on the production line using a computer with a DAAS interface.
In the field, the configuration only can be modified using a combination of buttons on the control/display
board.
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ELECTRONIC PRESSURE SWITCH
The electronic pressure switch is an nalogic device that controls the water level in the tub. It is directly
connected to the main electronic PCB.
1. air inlet hose
2. diaphragm
3. coil
4. electronic circuit
(oscillator)
5. core
6. spring
7. calibration screw
8. connector
The pressure switch is connected by a hose to
the pressure chamber.
When the tub is filled with water, the pressure
created inside the hydraulic circuit expands the
diaphragm. This in turn modifies the position of
the core inside the coil, thus changing the
inductance and the frequency of the oscillating
circuit.
The electronic PCB, according to the frequency,
recognizes the quantity of the water in the tub.
Frequency variation according to
pressure:
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INSTANTANEOUS DOOR SAFETY DEVICE
Certain models are fitted with an instantaneous door
safety device; this means that the door can be opened
as soon as the drum stops rotating.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
PTC solenoid protector
Solenoid
Lever mechanism
Cam
PTC - bimetal
Electrical contacts (main switch)
Latch
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Main switch
Solenoid
PTC solenoid protection
Bimetal PTC
Connector
Operating principles
→ When the ON/OFF button is pressed to switch the appliance on, the bimetal PTC is powered; the cam is
in a position which prevents the latch from moving outwards.
→ When the START/PAUSE button is pressed to start the programme, the main PCB transmits a signal
(duration 20 msec) to the solenoid (at least 6 seconds after the appliance is switched on). The solenoid
causes the cams to rotate one position. This raises the latch which holds the cursor of the door safety
device in position and, at the same time, closes the contacts of the main switch, which thus powers all
the components in the appliance.
→ At the end of the programme, the board transmits two signals (at an interval of 200 msec and having the
same 20 msec duration):
- the first signal moves the cams a further position, though without releasing the latch.
- the second signal (which is transmitted only if the system functions correctly) moves the cams another
position, which causes the latch to retract, thus releasing the safety device. At the same time, the
contacts of the main switch are opened.
Conditions for door aperture
Before transmitting the door aperture signal, the main PCB checks that the following conditions are
observed:
the drum must be stationary (i.e. no signal received from the tachometric generator)
the water must not be above the lower lip of the door
the temperature of the water must be not more than 40°C.
Automatic release device
In case of a power failure, or if the appliance is switched off using the ON/OFF button, or if the solenoid
should malfunction, the bimetal PTC cools over a period varying from 55 seconds to 4 minutes (at a
temperature of 65°C), after which the door lock is released.
Solenoid protection
A PTC is connected in series with the solenoid with the purpose of limiting the current (and thus possible
overheating) in the following cases:
- TRIAC on the main PCB short-circuited
- Repeated actioning of the START/PAUSE button (more than 10 times)
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DETERGENT DISPENSER
Water is ducted into the detergent dispenser by a solenoid
valve with one inlet and two or three outlets. Some models are
fitted with a second solenoid valve for hot water fill.
The same detergent dispenser is used in all models; the only
difference lies in the water intake nozzle. The detergent
dispenser may consist of three or four compartments.
1. Solenoid valve
2. Detergent dispenser
The various combinations of detergent dispenser / nozzle for the various models are as follows:
3 compartments: pre-wash, wash, conditioners (1 two-way solenoid valve)
3 compartments + hot water: pre-wash, wash, conditioners (1 two-way solenoid valve +
1 solenoid valve for hot water fill)
4 compartments: pre-wash, wash, conditioners, bleach (1 three-way solenoid valve)
Water fill to pre-wash compartment (pre-wash solenoid)
Water fill to wash compartment (wash solenoid)
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Water fill to conditioner compartment (pre-wash and wash solenoids)
Water fill to bleach compartment (bleach solenoid)
Hot water fill (hot water/wash solenoids)
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Power supply to the motor
The main PCB powers the motor directly via a TRIAC. Reversal of the direction of the motor is effected by
two relays that vary the connection between the rotor and the stator.
A third relay powers the stator in half- or full-range operation, depending on the spin speed.
The speed of the motor is controlled by a signal received from the tachometric generator.
During the spin cycles, the microprocessor checks for an unbalanced load and for anti-foam.
AC/DC converter
This component, which is fitted to certain models only, serves to
convert the alternating current generated by the TRIAC on the
main PCB into a direct current to power the drum motor.
L1
D1
C1-C2
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25A/600V
47 F
R1
R2-R3
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Circulation pump
In Jetsystem models, the circulation pump is powered directly by the main PCB via a TRIAC
Heating
The heating element is powered directly by the main PCB via a relay.
As a safety feature, a traditional dual-level pressure switch (anti-boiling 1 and anti-boiling 2) is connected in
series to the heating element.
The temperature is controlled directly by the main PCB via an NTC temperature sensor. Two versions of the
NTC sensor exist, depending on the type of tub; their shape is different, but their characteristics are
identical.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Plastic casing
Metallic capsule
NTC resistor
Terminals
1.
2.
3.
4.
NTC resistor
Metallic capsule
Terminals
Plastic casing
TEMPERATURE
(°C)
20
60
80
Rated
6050
1250
640
RESISTANCE (Ω
Ω)
Maximum
6335
1278
620
Minimum
5765
1222
660
Drain cycle
The drain pump is powered directly by the main PCB via a TRIAC.
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DIAGNOSTICS / CONFIGURATION SYSTEM
ACCESS TO THE DIAGNOSTICS / CONFIGURATION SYSTEM
Using a single procedure, it is possible to access both the diagnostics and configuration systems. After
accessing this function, the following operations can be performed:
-
control of the operation of each of the components in the appliance.
analysis of alarm conditions
configuration of the main PCB
To access the system:
press the SKIP/RESET button to cancel the programme previously selected and switch off the appliance.
press the START/PAUSE button together with the SKIP/RESET button and then, holding down both
buttons, press the ON/OFF button to switch on the appliance.
hold both buttons (START/PAUSE and SKIP/RESET) down until the buzzer sounds and the LEDs begin
to flash (about 4 seconds)
At this point, the display board is checked and the LEDs (and, if featured, the display window) light in
sequence.
If the main PCB has not been configured, it is possible only to perform the test on the display board and the
configuration procedure.
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DIAGNOSTICS SYSTEM
The diagnostics system can be used to check the correct operation of all the components in the washing
machine.
After accessing the diagnostics routine, the display board is checked for correct operation. All the LEDs
(and, if featured, the display) light in sequence.
Press the FABRICS button to pass to the subsequent phase of the test (LED L1 lights).
Press the FABRICS button again to increment the number of the phase controlled. After the last phase, the
display returns to its normal condition. The LED corresponding to the phase being tested lights (L1 → L10).
Press the TEMPERATURE button to decrement the number of the phase controlled. After the last phase,
the display returns to its normal condition(L1 → L1).
PHASE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
LED lit
All (in sequence)
L1
L2
L3
L4
L5
L6
L7
L8
L9
L10
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Function tested
Tests the display board
Water fill to wash compartment in the dispenser
Water fill to pre-wash compartment in the dispenser
Water fill to conditioner compartment in the dispenser
Hot water fill or cold water fill to bleach compartment (certain models only)
Heating (and, in Jetsystem models, circulation pump)
Rotation of drum at 250 rpm with water in the tub (test for leaks from tub)
Drain and spin at maximum speed; pressure switches.
Drying (washer/dryers only)
Displays the last alarm
Configuration of the main electronic board
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DISPLAY BOARD DIAGNOSTICS
After accessing the diagnostics system, the display board is checked for correct operation. All the LEDs
(and, if featured, the display) light in sequence.
When the various buttons are pressed, the corresponding LEDs light. The display shows a binary code
corresponding to the code of the button pressed and the buzzer sounds.
When the FABRICS or TEMPERATURE buttons are pressed, the corresponding LED lights for a moment
and the binary code is displayed. On completion of the test, the buzzer sounds and the system passes to
the previous or subsequent phase of the diagnostics cycle.
Table of button codes
On models which do not feature a display window, the code is displayed by the washing phase LEDs in
binary format.
BUTTON No.
LED
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L5
L6
L7
L8
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1
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2
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4
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6
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7
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8
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LED off
LED lit
The display board test is performed automatically even if the board is powered while not connected to the
main PCB and the programme selector.
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DIAGNOSTICS CYCLE
When the FABRICS or TEMPERATURE buttons are
pressed, the system passes to the previous or
subsequent phase of the diagnostics cycle. The LED
corresponding to the phase of the diagnostics cycle lights.
LED
Function
lit
tested
L1 Water fill to wash
compartment
Components
actioned
- door interlock
- wash solenoid
Parameters
displayed
Water level in mm
Water level in mm
L2
Water fill to prewash
compartment
-
L3
Water fill to softener
compartment
L4
-
Hot water fill or fill to
bleach compartment
(certain models only)
Heating and
recirculation
-
L5
L6
Check for leaks from
tub
-
L7
Drain and spin, check for pressure switch
congruency
-
Operating
conditions
Door closed, water fill to
anti-overflow level for
max. 10 min
door interlock
Door closed, water fill to
pre-wash solenoid
anti-overflow level for
max. 10 min
Door closed, water fill to
door interlock
anti-overflow level for
pre-wash solenoid
max. 10 min
wash solenoid
Door closed, water fill to
door interlock
anti-overflow level for
hot water or bleach
max. 10 min
solenoid
Door closed, water fill to
door interlock
above anti-boiling level if
(wash solenoid if level is
lower than the anti-boiling not yet reached, heating
for max. 10 min or to
device)
90°C
recirculation pump
heating element
Door closed, water fill
door interlock
above 150mm level if not
(wash solenoid if level is
yet reached, motor until
<150mm)
the drum reaches 250
motor
rpm
door interlock
Door closed, water drain,
drain pump
motor movement (from
motor
lower level to anti-foam
level), until maximum spin
speed is reached
Water level in mm
Water level in mm
Water
temperature in °C
Motor speed
(rpm)
Motor speed
(rpm ÷ 10)
If an alarm condition occurs during the diagnostics cycle, operation of the appliance is interrupted, and the
LEDs (and display) show the corresponding alarm code (flashing).
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ALARMS
The electronic control unit detects and recognizes any malfunctions in the operation of the appliance, in
which case an alarm condition is generated. Alarm conditions may be of three types:
-
cycle paused
cycle blocked
current phase skipped
Only four alarm conditions are normally displayed to the user:
-
problems with water fill
problems with drain
door open
communication error between the electronic boards, or configuration error.
In the first three cases, the cycle is paused so that the user can, if possible, solve the problem. The code
showing the type of alarm flashes on the display.
In models without a display window, the last wash phase LED (end) flashes; the code relative to the type of
alarm flashes on the first four LEDs (and on the display).
For example, in the case of alarm E41 (door open), the display will show E40. In models not featuring a
display window, as well as the end-of-cycle LED which indicates error "E", the second LED indicates 4 in
binary code.
As can be seen from the general alarm code table, E4.. alarm conditions include all alarms relative to door
closure problems:
-
E41:
E42:
E43, E44, E45:
door open
door interlock malfunction
problems with main PCB or wiring
In the case of communication or configuration errors, the alarm is displayed immediately when the appliance
is switched on; in the event of configuration errors, the only possible action is to access the diagnostics
system.
The FILTER BLOCKED alarm is signalled by the corresponding LED (if featured) only at the end of the
cycle; EF0 flashes on the display.
To exit the alarm condition, press START/PAUSE if the cycle is paused (this enables the appliance to
attempt to complete the operation under the control of the user) or, if the cycle has been interrupted, switch
off the appliance.
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READING THE LAST ALARM CONDITION
The diagnostics system makes it possible to identify the last alarm condition which occurred during the
operation of the appliance. To read this alarm condition, after accessing the diagnostics system (see
"Access to the diagnostics / configuration system), press the FABRICS or TEMPERATURE buttons until
LED L9 lights.
The alarm condition is shown on the display, or the corresponding binary code flashes on the wash phase
LEDs.
The first four LEDs indicate the first digit of the alarm code
The second four LEDs indicate the second digit of the alarm code
For example, if an E41 alarm condition (door open) is generated, the display will show E41 or (if the
appliance does not feature the display window) the second LED in the first group (equivalent to 4 in binary
code) and the fourth LED in the second group (equivalent to1 in binary code) will flash.
If no alarm condition has occurred, E00 is displayed.
DIAGNOSTICS CYCLE ALARMS
If a malfunction should occur during the course of the diagnostics cycle, the relative alarm codes are
displayed. In this case, too, the wash phase LEDs (or the display) show the error code (flashing).
BINARY CODES
The table below shows how to convert the binary code displayed by the LEDs into the corresponding
decimal number.
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0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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10
A
●
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11
b
●
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12
C
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13
d
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●
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14
E
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●
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15
F
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LED off
LED lit
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ALARM CODES
0:LED off
Alarm
code
E11
E21
E31
E32
E33
E34
E35
E36
E37
1: LED flashing
LED
L26÷29
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
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L30÷33
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
Description of fault
Problems with water fill in wash phase
(maximum 10 minutes for each fill phase)
Problems with water drain in wash phase
(maximum 10 minutes for each drain phase)
User
code
E10
Effect
Possible causes
Cycle PAUSED
Tap closed or mains pressure insufficient; solenoid
valve; hydraulic circuit of pressure switches; pressure
switches; wiring; main PCB
E20
Cycle PAUSED
Drain hose obstructed; filter blocked; drain pump;
pressure switches; wiring; main PCB
Electronic pressure switch circuit faulty
(frequency of pressure switch signal out of limits)
---
Cycle blocked Electronic pressure switch; wiring; main PCB
with door closed
Incorrect calibration of electronic pressure switch
(electronic pressure switch level different from 0-66
mm after initial calibration drain and anti-boiling
pressure switch on "empty")
Incongruency between level of electronic pressure
switch and level of anti-boiling pressure switch 1
(duration of fault at least 60 seconds)
---
Cycle PAUSED
---
Cycle blocked Hydraulic circuit of pressure switches; electronic
with door closed pressure switch; pressure switch; wiring; main PCB
Incongruency between level of electronic pressure
switch and level of anti-boiling pressure switch 2
(duration of fault at least 60 seconds)
---
Cycle blocked Hydraulic circuit of pressure switches; electronic
with door closed pressure switch; pressure switch; wiring; main PCB
Water level too high
(level of electronic pressure switch higher than
300mm for more than 15 seconds)
---
"Sensing" circuit of anti-boiling pressure switch 1
faulty
(input signal to microprocessor always 0V or 5V)
---
Cycle blocked Solenoid valve; hydraulic circuit of pressure switches;
with door closed pressure switches; wiring; main PCB
and water drain to
120mm
Cycle blocked Main PCB
with door closed
"Sensing" circuit of anti-boiling pressure switch 2
faulty
(input signal to microprocessor always 0 - 5V)
---
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Tap closed or mains pressure insufficient; solenoid
valve; hydraulic circuit of pressure switches; pressure
switches; wiring; main PCB
Cycle blocked Main PCB
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E41
E42
E43
E44
E45
E51
E52
E53
E54
E55
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0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
Pressure chamber blocked
(water level does not vary for at least 30 sec. during
drum rotation)
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
---
Heating phase
skipped
Pressure switch hydraulic circuit; pressure switches,
motor drive belt broken
Door open
(door delay interlock does not close after 15
seconds)
E40
Cycle paused
Door open; door delay interlock; wiring; main PCB
Problems with door closure
(door open during cycle for more than 15 sec. or
door closed after cycle for more than 3 min.)
E40
Cycle paused
Door delay interlock; wiring; main PCB
TRIAC which powers the door interlock faulty
(incongruency between status of door interlock
"sensing" circuit and status of TRIAC)
E40
Cycle paused
Wiring; main PCB
"Sensing" circuit of door delay interlock faulty
(input signal to microprocessor always 0V or 5V)
---
Cycle blocked
Main PCB
"Sensing" circuit of door delay interlock triac faulty
(input signal to microprocessor always 0V or 5V)
---
Cycle blocked Main PCB
with door closed
TRIAC which powers the motor short-circuited
(TRIAC short-circuit cut-out activated or motor
speed more than maximum speed)
---
Cycle blocked Loss of insulation on motor winding/wiring; main PCB
with door closed
(after 5 attempts)
No signal from tachometric generator on motor
(no signal after maximum time)
---
"Sensing" circuit of motor TRIAC faulty
(input signal to microprocessor always 0V or 5V)
---
Cycle blocked Motor; tachometric generator; wiring; main PCB
with door closed
(after 5 attempts,
the last after 20
sec)
Cycle blocked Main PCB
with door closed
Relays contacts sticking
(voltage on "sensing" circuit when the relays should
be open)
---
Motor circuit open
---
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Cycle blocked Loss of insulation on motor windings/wiring; main PCB
with door closed
(after 5 attempts)
Cycle blocked Motor; wiring; main PCB
with door closed
(after 5 attempts)
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E61
E62
E66
E71
E84
E85
E91
E92
E93
E94
EF1
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1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
Insufficient heating during washing
(maximum heating time exceeded)
---
Heating phase
skipped
Overheating during washing
(temperature >88°C for more than 5 minutes)
---
Drain, cycle
blocked
Heating element (earthed); NTC sensor faulty; wiring;
main PCB
Power relay to heating element faulty
(incongruency between closure of anti-boiling
pressure switch 2 and status of relay K3)
---
Drain, cycle
blocked
Anti-boiling pressure switch 2; wiring; main PCB
NTC wash sensor faulty
(voltage not within limits = short-circuit or open)
---
Heating phase
skipped
Wash NTC sensor; wiring; main PCB
"Sensing" circuit on circulation pump triac faulty
(input signal to microprocessor always 0V or 5V)
---
Drain, cycle
blocked (door
open)
Main PCB
Circulation pump faulty
(incongruency between status of "sensing" circuit on
circulation pump and status of TRIAC)
---
Drain, cycle
blocked (door
open)
Circulation pump; wiring; main PCB
Communications error between main PCB and
display board
E90
---
Wiring; main PCB; display board
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
Communications incongruency between main PCB
and display board
(versions not compatible)
E90
---
Main PCB; display board
Configuration error
(incongruency of configuration values when
appliance is switched on)
E90
Cycle blocked
Configuration error; main PCB
Incorrect configuration of washing cycle
E90
Cycle blocked
Cycle software error; main PCB
Specific
LED
(EF0)
---
Drain filter blocked
(drain phase too long)
41/50
NTC sensor incorrectly calibrated; heating element;
wiring; main PCB
Drain hose obstructed/kinked; drain filter dirty/blocked
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EF2
EF3
0:LED off
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
Excessive detergent
(too much foam during drains)
Water leakage:
intervention of Aqua Control system
Specific
LED
(EF0)
---
---
Water drain to
120mm, cycle
blocked
Excessive detergent introduced; drain hose
obstructed/kinked; drain filter dirty
Leaks from base; drain pump; wiring; main PCB
1: LED flashing
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CANCELING THE LAST ALARM CONDITION
To cancel the last memorized alarm condition, press button no. 2 and no. 4 at the same time during the
course of the diagnostics cycle.
The alarm is cancelled also when a new configuration is given to the main PCB.
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CONFIGURATION OF THE MAIN PCB
A standard main PCB is available as a spare part. This PCB contains only data relative to the wash cycle.
After replacing the main PCB, it is necessary to perform the configuration procedure in order to
operate the washing machine.
Configuration of the board consists of entering a 16-digit code which contains information which varies from
model to model (type of washing system, type of tub, spin speed, etc.).
To access the machine configuration procedure, first enter the diagnostics system, and then:
press the FABRICS or TEMPERATURE
buttons until LED L10 lights; the code
relative to the first of the 16 digits of the
configuration code (position 0) is
displayed.
when the SKIP/RESET button is
pressed, all the digits which make up the
configuration code are displayed in
sequence.
press the START/PAUSE button to
modify the configuration code (digit by
digit).
when all 16 digits have been entered,
check that the code is correct, then
memorize the code by pressing the
START/PAUSE and SKIP/RESET
buttons at the same time; these buttons
should be held down for at least 4
seconds (i.e. until the buzzer sounds).
When configuration has been completed, perform the diagnostics routine in order to check that the
appliance functions correctly. In case of an error, the display window will show error code E93 and
the machine stops.
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CONFIGURATION CODE
The configuration code (16 alphanumeric digits) is
shown on a label affixed to the casing of the main
PCB and in the Service Notes describing the various
models.
It is advisable to note the configuration code on the
casing of the new PCB fitted to the washing
machine.
READING THE CONFIGURATION CODE
The configuration code is shown, one character at a time, on the display (if featured) or on the washing
phase display LEDs.
A = The first digit shown on the display (if featured) indicates the position of the value to be entered. On
models not fitted with a display window, the same information is displayed in binary format on the first
four washing phase LEDs. To read the various positions, press the SKIP/RESET button repeatedly
(the first position displayed is "0").
B = The last digit on the display (if featured) indicates the value of the configuration character to be entered
in a given position. On models not fitted with a display window, the same information is displayed in
binary format on the second set of four washing phase LEDs. To modify the value of the character
displayed, press the START/PAUSE button repeatedly as necessary.
BINARY CODES
The table below can be used to convert the binary code shown by the LEDs into the corresponding letter or
decimal number.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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●
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●
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●
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●
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●
●
●
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●
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❍
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10
A
●
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●
❍
11
b
●
❍
●
●
12
C
●
●
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❍
13
d
●
●
❍
●
14
E
●
●
●
❍
15
F
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●
LED off
LED lit
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EXAMPLES OF CONFIGURATION
Configuration code: A2A7808080E691F2
POSITION:
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
VALUE:
↓
A
↓
2
↓
A
↓
7
↓
8
↓
0
↓
8
↓
0
↓
8
↓
0
10
(A)
↓
E
11
(B)
↓
6
12
(C)
↓
9
13
(D)
↓
1
14
(E)
↓
F
15
(F)
↓
2
TABLE OF CYCLE PHASE LEDS
VALUE
POSITION
On models not featuring the display window, it is advisable, before beginning the configuration procedure, to
convert the digits of the configuration code into binary format. To do this, prepare a table of the values to be
entered, which will be displayed by the second group (B) of washing phase LEDs (the positions, indicated by
the second group of 4 LEDs, are not modified).
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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●
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❍
●
❍
❍
❍
●
●
❍
●
❍
❍
❍
●
❍
●
❍
●
●
❍
❍
●
●
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●
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❍
❍
●
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❍
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●
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●
❍
❍
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●
❍
●
❍
●
❍
❍
●
●
●
●
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
●
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
●
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
A
2
A
7
8
0
8
0
8
0
10
A
11
b
12
C
13
d
14
E
15
F
●
●
●
❍
❍
●
●
❍
●
❍
❍
●
❍
❍
❍
●
●
●
●
●
❍
❍
●
❍
●
❍
●
❍
E
●
❍
●
●
6
●
●
❍
❍
9
●
●
❍
●
1
●
●
●
❍
F
●
●
●
●
2
CONFIGURATION
1. Access the diagnostics system.
2. Press the FABRICS or TEMPERATURE buttons until LED L10 lights. The code relative to the first of the
16 characters of the configuration code is displayed (position zero).
3. Press the START/PAUSE button sequentially to enter the letter A in position 0. If the appliance features a
display window, this will show 0-A; if not, the wash cycle LEDs should light as shown in column 0 of the
table (i.e. the fifth and seventh LEDs).
4. Press the SKIP/RESET button to pass to the second position, and enter 2 by pressing START/PAUSE as
necessary. The display should now show 1-2, and the LEDs should light as shown in column 1 of the
table (fourth and seventh).
5. Repeat this procedure to enter the remaining configuration digits. When all the digits have been entered,
press the SKIP/RESET button to check that the configuration code is correct.
6. Memorize the configuration code by pressing the START/PAUSE and SKIP/RESET buttons at the same
time for at least 4 seconds, so that the configuration code is memorized by the main PCB.
7. Perform the diagnostics cycle to check that the appliance operates correctly. In case of a configuration
error, error E93 is displayed and the operation of the appliance is interrupted.
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EXITING THE DIAGNOSTICS CYCLE
To exit the diagnostics cycle, switch the appliance off, then on, then off again.
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BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (AC motor)
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BASIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (DC motor)
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Key to circuit diagram
1. Main PCB
2. Control/display board
5. Anti-interference filter
6. ON/OFF button
6a.Pilot lamp
7. Door interlock
8. Electronic pressure switch
9. NTC temperature sensor (washing)
10. Anti-boiling pressure switch 1
11. Heating element (washing)
13. Motor
12. Anti-boiling pressure switch 2
14. Recirculation pump
15. Drain pump
16. Pre-wash solenoid
17. Wash solenoid
18. Bleach solenoid or hot water solenoid (certain models only)
19. AC/DC converter (certain models only)
20. Door lamp
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