Manual 14983746
 Service Mode Wiring Diagram
© у Entering Service Menu mode: Led Test: ssc 4
г = NORMAL A 5 acond press and hold buffons AUTO and AI LEDS blink 5 cone on 1 second off. Buzzer beeps for 5 = — = = = — 7 IM
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O O LEDS AUTO, HEAVY and NORMAL blink to show the Service seconds and off. ma
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| | | O) Ya The mode can be exit by pressing the CANCEL button, or The mode can be exit by pressing the CANCEL button, or : В | SE BOND PEOO
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ya O In Service Menu, press button AUTO. In Service Menu,press button NORMAL. FF атомы оно
2 LED AUTO blinks to show the machine is in Alarm code LED NORMAL starts blinking to show the machine is in Line WIRING DIAGRAM meno mun seo
a LIL J reading mode. Test mode. Hh
a N LEDS MAX DRY and AIR DRY blink showing the first alarm Close the door, Line Test cycle stars. ;
| code. LED Normal blinks all the way through the whole cycle, even if |
Y) Press button AUTO again, LED AUTO keeps blinking, after the cycle is finished.
NU Ш LEDS MAX DRY and AIR DRY blink showing the second alarm Like a normal cycle, Line Test cycle can be cancelled by Got 09
code pressing the CANCEL button. (*) GROUNDING
a Press button AUTO a third time, LED AUTO keeps blinking,
LEDS MAX DRY and AIR DRY blink showing the third alarm - , -
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a 3 o © a9 2 + In this mode, alarm codes are displayed in both digits -XY, Р - -
> 5 $ с o а © >, E N while MAX DRY LED blinks X and AIR DRY LED blinks Y. 4 4 Regeneration Valve
© Vos ac © 0 For example, alarm code ‘i62” will be shown as: 5 5 Drain Pum
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fon :12 ло MAX DRY blinks 6 times - AIR DRY blinks twice - - ... 6 6 Inlet Valve Wire-color Connections included in WireHarnesses
| | | 9 = с 7 © 2 del E © 7 7 Heater Code Color WireHarness | Connection | WireEnd 01 WireEnd 02 WireEnd 03 WireEnd04 WireEnd 05
dp = © Do s © Е 3 с о Actuator Test: 8 8 Wash pump bk black A 02 BaseBoard DrainPump WashPump
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o DT + © о 8 E > 5 While the third alarm code is shown, press button AUTO 10 10 Orv F bu blue A 04 BaseBoard FlowControl
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© > + e) o é = o N repeatedly to activate the actuators one by one. ry an rd red A 05 BaseBoard InletValve
ESTO 8 Dv IET LED AUTO is off, LED HEAVY blinks to show the machine is in
2 LOD = 5 o = Actuator Test mode gn/ye green/yellow A 06 BaseBoard WashPumpTacho
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£ 5 © © OL < % > 5 LED MAX DRY blinks the current activated actuator number. Line-style A y baseboard ВО
2.0 2 = ST © E 0 When the last actuator is activated, press button AUTO will A 08 BaseBoard PressureSensor — | NTC/Turb Sensor
E a e £ 9 Ф 5 o < a switch the machine back the Alarm code reading mode. dotted - Component is A 09 BaseBoard Interface |
The mode can be exit by pressing the CANCEL button, or currently not in use
60 seconds after last button pressing. dashed (reserved) B 01 Interface | Userlnterface
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Sas = Component |5 В 02 Userlnterface Dispenser RinseAid
optional 03 Userinterface Door lock
C 01 BaseBoard Heater
Minutes 5 TO 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 0 5 90 95] 100] 105] 110] 1191 120] 125] 130] 135] 140] 145] 150] 155] 160] 165
PreWash3 ColdRinse1
MainWash HotRinse Dry
Inlet Valve
Circulation Pump
Drain Pump
Normal/Auto W MainWash HotRinse Dry
Cycles may differ in behaviour from presentation above due to the dependence of turbidity,
temperature and user input. E.g. Less/more phases; shorter/longer duration.
MainWash 1 MainWash2 1 HotRinse Rinse PreWash1 PreWash? | Line Test PreWash
Inlet Valve Inlet Valve Inlet Valve
Circulation Pum Circ. Pump
Drain Pump
Heater Heater
Dispenser Dispenser Dispenser
Minutes 5 | 15 20 25 30 Я 40 | 7 Я 7] 7] 70 Minutes | 10 15 | | | | | | | | Minutes 5 10
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Tub Gasket
Exploded View of Wash System
Trouble Shooting Tips
The door gasket is pressed into the tub channel
for an interference fit. To install the gasket:
1. Press the gasket across the header using
your hands.
2. Press the gasket while stretching around
the corners .
Starting a Cycle Open door,select the cycle and options: then
press the “START” pad. The LED over the
selected cycle pad will then flash. Close the
door and the cycle will begin.
Personal Injury Hazard
Always disconnect the dishwasher from the electrical power source before adjusting or
replacing components.
Delay Start Open door,select the cycle and options; then
press the “DELAY” pad. Each press of the
pad will increase the delay time by 2 hours
(2-4-6 hours).
Upper Spray arm
NOTE: There should be no wrinkles or
; Symptom Check the Following Remedy
puckers in the corners. Cancelling a
cycle Open the door, press the “CANCEL” pad Dishwasher will not operate when 1. Fuse (blown or tripped). 1. Replace fuse or reset breaker.
3. Place the gasket end at the bottom and until a tone is heard. turned on. 2. 120 VAC supply wiring connection 2. Repair or replace wire fasteners at
then press the gasket in from the bottom up. faulty. dishwasher junction box.
Small Tank
Lower Spray Arm
The detergent and rinse aid dispenser is a one
piece component consisting of a molded
detergent cup and a built-in rinse aid dispenser.
The detergent cup has a spring loaded cover
illuminate and the pads will be
To unlock the control hold the “AIR DRY”
pad down for 5 seconds normal function will
and the rinse aid dispenser has a cover.
Liquid rinse aid is added to the dispenser up to
Alarm Codes/Description
the fill line indicator. The amount of rinse aid Code Description
released can be adjusted from 1, being the family
least amount, to 4, being the greatest amount.
110 Water Tap Closed
Pressure To replace dispenser: 120 Draining Problem
valve Tank Sensor « shut off electricity to dishwasher, i30 Aqua Control
* remove outer door panel assembly,
Circulation Motor + disconnect wiring to the actuator, i40 Analogue pressure sensor problem
and Heater Assembly * remove the six screws,
й remove the dispenser 150 Washing Motor Problem
fi (A A e |
A ZE replace and reinstall screws, i60 Heating Element Problem
À \\ PEA = * rewire actuator.
| |) = | ET 170 Thermistor problem
— 180 Auto Door Opener
190 Configuration Problem
Drain Hose iBO Sensor Problem
ICO Communication problem
Coarse Filter Drain Pump IDO Tacho problem
¡EO Flow controller problem
IFO Water level problem
Pump Assembly Product Specifications
The circulation pump is driven by a permanent discharge end of the drain outlet pipe, which Electrical Water Supply
split-capacitor asynchronous induction motor. is integrated on the sump. Rating 120 Volts. 60Hz Suggested minimum incoming water
When looking into the inlet hose, the impeller с ta Cirniit 16 amn mi : temperature ............................ 120°F (49°C)
Ls eparate Circuit..15 amp min.- 20 amp max.
rotates in the counter-clockwise direction when À raised drain hose loop section is routed on | Motor (AMPS) TS STP TI #7 A P08 Pressure (PSI) Min/Max. ................. 20/90
120V 60 Hz AC voltage is applied. The motor the side of the unit to help prevent/limit back | Heater Wattage ………….……….…erersersersees 850 Connection (GHT)...................... 3/4" 11.5NH
drives the pump, supplying 100% filtered water at flow out of the dishwasher. No additional Total Amps (load rated) ......................... 13.0 Consumption (Normal Cycle) .......................
a rate of approximately 17 GPM to all three spray such loops are required. Water Temps controlled.......................... +5°F Le 2.9 - 7.3 U.S. gal., 11.0 - 27.7 liters
arms at once. At this full-wave mains voltage and
flow-rate, the motor speed is approximately 2900
Draining is accomplished by using a smaller,
separate, synchronous drain pump motor
mounted to the sump. The drain pump is
connected to the sump directly.
A rubber check valve flap is inserted at the
The main circulation pump is removed by
disconnecting both attached clamps and
hoses, disconnecting the wiring harness to
the pump assembly, un-strapping the pump
out of the rubber mount in the basement, and
disconnecting the running capacitor. Wire
harness connections include 2 earth tabs,
motor connector, heater connector and the 2
terminals of the running capacitor.
To assure success have outer door in place
TempAssure (cycle dependent)
Main Wash: 140°F
Final Wash: 140°F
Hi-TempAssure: 140°F Wash/149°F Final
SanitizeAssure: 140°F Wash/156°F Final
Hi-Limit Thermostat ................. 200°F (93°C)
Water valve flow rate (U.S. GPM) ........... 0.66
Water recirculation rate (U.S. GPM) ..............
ere ——————— approx. 17 (@2900rpm)
Water fill time .................. eee... 104 sec.
START or OPTIONS are pressed.
3. Electronic control board defective. 3. Replace control board.
Selecting a new 4. No 12 VAC power to control. 4. Replace control board.
cycle or option Open door, select the desired cycle and 5. Motor (inoperative). 5. Replace motor/impeller assembly.
Manifold options; then press the “START” pad and 6. Door switch (open contacts). 6. Replace latch assembly.
close the door. The cycle will begin. 7. Door latch not making contact with — 7. Replace latch assembly.
. . . a door switch.
Delivery Tube Detergent and Rinse Aid Dispenser Lockina Controls Open d d hold d the “air drv” nad 8. Touch pad circuit defective. 8. Replace console assembly.
| ET nee for 5 seconds. The LOCKED" LED will 9. No indicator lamps illuminate when 9. Replace console assembly.
Motor hums but will not start or run.
. Motor (bad bearings).
2. Motor stuck due to prolonged
1. Replace motor assembly.
2. Rotate motorimpeller.
Motor trips out on internal thermal 1. Improper voltage. 1. Check voltage.
overload protector. 2. Motor windings shorted. 2. Replace motor/impeller assembly.
3. Glass or foreign items in pump. 3. Clean and clear blockage.
Dishwasher runs but will not heat. 1. Heater element (open). 1. Replace heater element.
2. Electronic control board defective. 2. Replace control board.
3. Wiring or terminal defective. 3. Repair or replace.
4. Hi-Limit thermostat defective. 4. Replace thermostat.
Detergent cover will not latch or 1. Latch mechanism defective. 1. Replace dispenser.
open. 2. Electronic control board defective. 2. Replace control board.
3. Wiring or terminal defective. 3. Repair or replace.
4. Broken spring(s). 4. Replace dispenser.
5. Defective actuator. 5. Replace dispenser.
Dishwasher will not pump out. 1. Drain restricted. 1. Clear restrictions.
2. Electronic control board defective. 2. Replace control board.
3. Defective drain pump. 3. Replace pump.
4. Blocked impeller. 4. Check for blockage, clear.
5. Open windings. 5. Replace pump assembly.
6. Wiring or terminal defective. 6. Repair or replace.
7. Defective Drain Valve. 7. Repair or replace.
Dishwasher will not fill with water. 1. Water supply turned off. 1. Turn water supply on.
2. Defective water inlet fill valve. 2. Replace water inlet fill valve.
3. Check fill valve screen for 3. Disassemble and clean screen.
4. Defective float switch. 4. Repair or replace.
5. Electronic control board defective. 5. Replace control board.
6. Wiring or terminal defective. 6. Repair or replace.
7. Float stuck in “UP” position. 7. Clean or replace float.
Dishwasher water siphons out.
1. Drain hose (high) loop too low.
2. Drain line connected to a floor drain
not vented.
3. Drain valve or pump stuck open.
1. Repair to proper 32-inch minimum
2. Install air gap at counter top.
3. Repair or replace.
Detergentleftin dispenser.
1. Detergent allowed to stand too long in
2. Dispenser wet when detergent was
3. Detergent coverheld closed orblocked
by large dishes.
4. Improper incoming water
temperature to properly dissolve
5. Spray arm blocked.
6. Is water getting into unit.
1. Instruct customer/user.
2. Instruct customer/user.
3. Instruct customer/user on proper
loading of dishes.
4. Incoming water temperature of
120°F is required to properly
dissolve dishwashing detergents.
. Instruct customer/user.
6. Check fill valve repair or replace.
Note: See "Detergent cover will not latch or open."
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