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5407926 Issue 1
April 2016
C00384298 ~ SM032030
WASHING
MACHINE
SMALL DIGIT
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Model
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WMXTF922GUK
85885
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Whirlpool UK Appliances Ltd
© 2016 Reg. Office: Peterborough PE2 9JB Registered in London: 106725
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SAFETY NOTES & GENERAL SERVICING ADVICE
1. This manual is NOT intended as a comprehensive repair/maintenance guide to the appliance.
2. It should ONLY be used by suitably qualified persons having technical competence applicable
product knowledge and suitable tools and test equipment.
3. Servicing of electrical appliances must be undertaken with the appliance disconnected (unplugged)
from the electrical supply.
4. Servicing must be preceded by Earth Continuity, Earth Resistance and Insulation Resistance
checks.
5. Personal safety precautions must be taken to protect against accidents caused by sharp edges on
metal and plastic parts.
6. After servicing the appliance must be rechecked for Electrical Safety. In the case of appliances
which are connected to a water supply (i.e.: Washing Machines, Dishwashers & Food Centres etc.)
checks must be made for leaks from seals gaskets and pipe work and rectification carried out where
necessary.
7. It can be dangerous to attempt 'DIY' repairs / maintenance on complex equipment and the Company
recommends that any problem with the appliance is referred to its own Service Organisation.
8. Whilst the Company has endeavoured to ensure the accuracy of the data within this publication they
cannot hold themselves responsible for any inconvenience or loss occasioned by any error within.
9 These appliances are manufactured with a '3 phase' motor and uses a different type of power
module. This power board is fitted with a large aluminium heat sink which remains live after
the power is disconnected.
Under no circumstances should the board be removed under the time shown below.
Alternative 'quick methods' of discharging the board SHOULD NOT be used or attempted.!
IMPORTANT NOTE
Risk of Electric Shock
The metal heatsink fitted on the Power Module
may hold an electrical charge for a short period
after switching off the machine.
Allow 5 minutes after disconnecting the
machine from the electrical supply before
commencing ANY work.
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INDEX
Safety & Servicing Notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Index and Manufacturing Serial Number Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Specifications & Introduction Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 - 6
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 - 9
First Wash Cycle / Cleaning the Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Controls & Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 - 14
Controls Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Wash Cycles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Special Wash Cycles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Wiring Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Wiring Legend . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Wiring Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Power Module Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Error Codes & Possible Causes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 - 24
Dismantling Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 - 27
SERIAL NUMBER / INDUSTRIAL CODE EXPLANATION
Serial Number Example
3 10 02 0895
Four remaining digits = Build number that day 895th built
Third two digits = Day of manufacture 2nd of month
Second two digits = Month of manufacture October
First digit = Year of manufacture 2013
Industrial Code Example
37 24455 0010
Last four digits = 0000 original production.
Other numbers denote major production changes
Second five digits = COMMERCIAL CODE*
* Vital for correct model information and system identification
First two digits = Factory of origin
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SPECIFICATIONS
Models Covered
WMXTF922GUK (85885)
Colour
G = Graphite
Dimensions
Height 850 mm
Depth 605 mm
Width 595 mm
Weight 73.4 kg
Packed approx. 75.0 kg
Country of Origin
Factory 80 - Comunanza, Italy
Electrical Supply
220 - 240 Volt AC @ 50 Hz Fuse 13 amp
Energy
Energy Class: A+++
Wash Load
9.0 kg Cottons
Spin Speed
1200 rpm
Water Supply
Cold Valve - Coil Resistance 3.8 K:
Max Pressure = 1 Mpa (10bar)
Minimum Pressure = 0.05 Mpa (0.5bar)
Wash Heater
1800 Watts @ 230 volts Resistance 30:approx.
Thermistor NTC
Resistance: 20 K: @ 20°C
Pump
2 Pole Synchronous
220 / 240 Volt 25 Watt, Resistance = 162 :
Door Lock
P.T.C. Solenoid with emergency door release
Control Module
Three Phase - Arcadia
Motor
3 phase induction motor CIM2/55 (50 stator)
195 V - 3A - 800 W - 310 Hz - 17500 rpm Ins Class F
Tacho 115.4 : @ 2.0 ± 7%
Weight 5.0 kg
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INTRODUCTION DATES
Model:
First Produced:
Location:
Industrial Code:
Controls:
WMXTF922GUK
October 2013
Comunanza Factory (80) - Italy
80858850100
3 Phase - Arcadia 2
Model:
First Produced:
Location:
Industrial Code:
Controls:
WMXTF922GUK
May 2014
Comunanza Factory (80) - Italy
80858850195
3 Phase - Arcadia 2
Model Number Definition
Category
Sub Brand
XT = Extra
WM =
Washing
Machine
Display
Type
F - Small
Digit
Capacity
6 = 6 kg
7 = 7 kg
8 = 8 kg
9 = 9 kg
Spin
Energy Efficiency
Speed rpm
1 = A+
1 = 1100
2 = A++
15 = 1500
3 = A+++
2 = 1200
3 = 1300
35 = 3500
4 = 1400
5 = 1500
55 = 1550
6 = 1600
Colour
P = Polar White
G = Graphite
X = Stainless
K = Black
WM XT F 9 2 2 G UK
Washing
Extra
Small
Digit
9 kg
1200 rpm
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INSTALLATION
Unpacking
1. Unpack the washing machine and check whether the it has been damaged during transport.
If this is the case, do not install it and contact the retailer.
2. Remove the four protective screws (transit bolts) and the rubber washer with the respective spacer,
situated on the rear of the appliance (see Figures below).
3. Fit the blanking plugs provided into the holes vacated by the bolts.
4. Use the plug provided to seal the holes where the mains plug was housed (if supplied), situated on
the lower right hand side on the rear of the appliance.
5. Keep all the removed parts as they will be required again if the washing machine needs to be
moved to another location.
This raised part is attached to the polystyrene base
and should have been removed when unpacking.
Remove 4 transit bolts.
Levelling
1. Install the washing machine on a flat sturdy floor, without resting it up against walls, cabinets etc.
2. Compensate for any unevenness by tightening or loosening the adjustable front feet. The angle of
inclination, measured according to the worktop must not exceed 2°.
Levelling the appliance correctly will provide it with stability and avoid vibrations, noise and shifting
during operation. If it is placed on a fitted or loose carpet, adjust the feet in such a way as to allow
enough room for ventilation underneath the appliance.
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Connecting the water inlet hose.
Before making the water
connection to the 3/4"
thread, allow the water
freely from the supply tap
until it is perfectly clear.
Check that seal is in place
inside the hose end cap.
Connect the other end of
the water inlet hose to the
washing machine,
screwing it onto the cold
water inlet, situated on the
top right-hand rear of the
appliance - see
illustration.
Screw the inlet end with the blue cap onto the cold water supply tap.
Turn the tap on and check for leaks: tighten if necessary.
Make sure there are no kinks or bends in the hose.
The water pressure at the tap must be within the values indicated in the
Specifications page.
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DRAINAGE CONNECTIONS
A. Connect the drain hose, without kinking it, to a
draining duct or a wall drain fixed at a height
between 65 and 100 cm from the floor. See Fig. 1.
Fig. 1
B. Alternatively, place it over the edge of a basin, sink
or tub, fastening the hose supplied to the tap.
See Fig. 1.
The free end of the hose should not be under water.
Note: We advise against the use of hose
extensions. In case of absolute need, the extension
must have the same diameter as the original hose
and must not exceed 150 cm in length.
Undersink Connections:
The drain hose may be connected to an undersink trap.
Before connecting the drain hose from the machine
ensure that any blanks or removable ends have been
taken off the spigot. See Fig. 2.
Fig. 2
Note: The hose must also be raised up in a similar way
to a standpipe installation to prevent backflow of waste
water from the sink into the machine. See Fig. 1.
Electrical Connections
Before plugging the appliance into the mains socket, make sure that:
- the socket is earthed and in compliance with the applicable law.
- the supply voltage is included within the values indicated in the Specifications page.
- the socket is compatible with the washing machines plug. If this is not the case, replace the socket
or the plug.
Location
! The washing machine should not be installed in an outdoor environment, not even when the area is
sheltered, because it may be very dangerous to leave it exposed to rain and thunderstorms.
! When the washing machine is installed, the mains socket must be within easy reach.
! Do not use extensions or multiple sockets.
! The power supply cable must never be bent or dangerously compressed.
! The power supply cable must only be replaced by an authorised serviceman.
WARNING!
The company denies all liability if and when these warnings are not respected.
The first wash cycle
Once the appliance has been installed and before you use it for the first time, run a wash cycle with
detergent and no laundry, using programme 'Auto Clean'.
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FIRST WASH CYCLE / CLEANING THE MACHINE
Cleaning the Washing Machine
•
The outer parts and rubber components of the appliance can be cleaned using a soft cloth soaked
in lukewarm soapy water. Do not use solvents or abrasives.
•
The washing machine has a 'Auto Clean' programme for its internal parts that must be run with
no load in the drum.
To help the wash cycle you may want to use either the detergent (i.e. a
quantity 10% the quantity specified for lightly-soiled garments) or
A
special additives to clean the washing machine. We recommend
running a cleaning programme every 40 wash cycles.
To start the programme press button A for 5 seconds (see figure).
The programme will start automatically and will run for about 70
minutes. To stop the cycle press the START/PAUSE button.
Detergent Dispenser Drawer
Successful washing results also depend on the correct dose of detergent: adding too much detergent
will not necessarily result in a more efficient wash, and may in fact cause build up on the inside of your
appliance and contribute to environmental pollution.
!
Use powder detergent for white cotton garments, for pre-washing, and for washing at
temperatures over 60°C.
!
Follow the instructions given on the detergent packaging.
!
Do not use hand washing detergents; they create too much foam.
Open the detergent dispenser drawer and pour in the detergent or
washing additive, as follows.
!
Do not pour detergent into the middle compartment (*). Detergent
should only be poured into the compartment 1.
Compartment 1: Detergent for the wash cycle (powder or liquid)
If liquid detergent is used, it is recommended that the removable plastic
partition A (supplied) be used for proper dosage.
If powder detergent is used, place the partition into slot B.
B
*
Compartment 1
Compartment 2
Compartment 2: Additives (fabric softeners, etc.)
The fabric softener should not overflow the grid.
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CONTROLS
DIGIT MODEL (image below for guidance only)
Wash Cycle Selector Knob
Temperature Button
Child Lock Button
Cleaning Action Button
Display
Start/Pause
Button &
Indicator Light
On-Off Button
Spin Button
Delay Timer Button
Option Button & Indicator Light
ON-OFF / SELECTING A PROGRAMME
The machine is switched on by pressing the ON-OFF button.
All the indicator lights will light up for a few seconds, then only the indicator lights relative to the
selected programme settings will remain lit, and the Start/Pause Indicator will flash.
Turn the programme selector dial to the to the desired programme.
Load the laundry and detergent.
Select the Option you require, a time will be indicated in the display window.
Press the Start / Cancel button.
A beep will be heard followed by a CLUNK from the door lock solenoid as it locks the door, at this stage
the door locked indicator symbol will light.
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TO STOP OR CHANGE A PROGRAMME
Press the ON-OFF button for approximately 3 seconds.
Select PUMP OUT on the programme dial.
Switch on and re-start.
When the machine has finished emptying.
Press the ON-OFF button.
Select a new programme and re-start.
NOTE: If you cancel a HOT wash or Dry programme, take care when removing the laundry, it may still
be VERY HOT.
DOOR LOCKED INDICATOR LIGHT
The 'Door Locked' indicator light will come on when you press the START / PAUSE button and will stay
lit throughout the programme. When the programme has finished the indicator light will go out and you
can then open the door, a double CLUNK noise will be heard from the door lock Solenoid at this point.
If the door is not closed properly prior to starting a programme the door lock solenoid will 'CLUNK'
approximately 5 times followed by a flashing DOOR indication in the display window, every 5 seconds
from then onwards there will be an audible beep.
Push the door closed and press START / PAUSE button to commence the cycle.
STAND-BY MODE
This washing machine, in compliance with new energy saving regulations, is fitted with an automatic
stand-by system which is enabled after about 30 minutes if no activity is detected. Press the ON-OFF
button briefly and wait for the machine to start up again.
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OPTIONS
Options are selected by pressing the button and confirmed by illumination an orange LED situated in
the button.
If an option is not available with a programme, the LED will flash and a bleeping noise will be heard
when pressing the button.
Options
The display is useful when programming the machine and provides a great deal of information.
The duration of the available wash cycles and the remaining time of a running cycle appear; if the
DELAY TIMER option has been set, the countdown to the start of the selected wash cycle will appear.
Pressing the corresponding button allows you to view the maximum spin speed and temperature
values attained by the machine during the set wash cycle, or the values selected most recently, if these
are compatible with the set wash cycle.
button: press to reduce or completely exclude the temperature; the value
TEMPERATURE
appears on the display.
SPIN button: press to reduce or completely exclude the spin cycle; the value appears on the
display.
button: press to set a delayed start for the selected wash cycle; the delay period
DELAY TIMER
appears on the display.
CHILD LOCK
button: to activate the control panel lock, press and hold the button for approximately
2 seconds. When the symbol
is illuminated, the control panel is locked (apart from the ON/OFF
button). This means it is possible to prevent wash cycles from being modified accidentally, especially
where there are children in the home. To deactivate the control panel lock, press and hold the button
for approximately 2 seconds.
TIME SAVER
If you select this option, the wash cycle duration will be reduced by up to 50%, depending on the
selected cycle, thereby guaranteeing simultaneous water and energy saving. Use this cycle for lightly
soiled garments.
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CUSTOMISE THE WASH CYCLE
Use the relevant buttons:
Modify the Temperature and/or Spin Speed
The machine automatically displays the maximum temperature and spin speed values set for the
selected cycle, or the most recently-used settings if they are compatible with the selected cycle.
The temperature can be decreased by pressing the
button, until the cold wash 'OFF' setting is
reached. The spin speed may be progressively reduced by pressing the button, until it is
completely excluded (the 'OFF' setting). If these buttons are pressed again, the maximum values are
restored! Exception: if the
programme is selected, the temperature can be increased up to a value
of 90°C.
Setting a Delayed Start
To set a delayed start for the selected cycle, press the corresponding button repeatedly until the
required delay period has been reached. When this option has been activated, the symbol lights up
on the display. To remove the delayed start setting, press the button until the text 'OFF' appears on the
display.
Set the Desired Wash Intensity
Option
makes it possible to optimise washing based on the level of soil in the fabrics and on
desired wash cycle intensity.Select the wash programme: the cycle will be automatically set to
'Normal' as optimised for garments with an average level of soil (this setting is not applicable to the
'Wool' cycle, which is automatically set to 'Delicate').
For heavily-soiled garments press
button until the 'Intensive' level is reached. This level ensures a
high-performance wash due to a larger quantity of water used in the initial phase of the cycle and due
to increased drum rotation. It is useful when removing the most stubborn stains.For lightly-soiled
garments or a more delicate treatment of the fabrics, press
button until the 'Delicate' level is
reached. The cycle will reduce drum rotation to ensure washing results that are perfect for delicate
garments.
Modify the Cycle Settings
• Press the button to enable the option; the indicator light corresponding to the button will switch on.
• Press the button again to disable the option; the indicator light will switch off.
! If the selected option is not compatible with the set wash cycle, the indicator light will flash and the
option will not be activated.
! The options may affect the recommended load value and/or the duration of the cycle.
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CONTROLS INFORMATION
A single control board located at the back of the machine contains all the circuitry to control the
machine and interfaces with the programme selector, option buttons and LEDs located on the console
panel. The control board has an access port to the rear of the machine.
Programmes are selected by turning the rotary switch to one of the 16 positions. Special options can
be selected by pressing the appropriate buttons and the programme process followed by LEDs.
The machine is switched on using the On/Off button and selected programmes started by pressing the
Start/Cancel button.
Automatic Features
Auto Half Load
Auto half load adjusts the amount of water in the wash load depending on the absorbency of garments
in the wash load.
Fabric Conditioner Dispensing
Dispensing of fabric conditioner is achieved by energising both the Pre-Wash and Main Wash cold
valves.
Load Balancing System
Before every spin cycle, to avoid excessive vibrations before every spin and to distribute the load in a
uniform manner, the drum rotates continuously at a speed which is slightly greater than the washing
rotation speed. If, after several attempts, the load is not balanced correctly, the machine spins at a
reduced spin speed. If the load is excessively unbalanced, the washing machine performs the
distribution process instead of spinning. To encourage improved load distribution and balance, we
recommend small and large garments are mixed in the load.
Out of Balance Protection
The machine has an inbuilt feature to prevent spinning with an unbalanced load. A calculation via the
motor tacho and control board detects the current drawn by the motor during distribution.
Before each spin, the controls senses the load within the drum and if the load is calculated to be out of
balance the machine will not automatically spin to the full speed.
There are two levels of out of balance, level 1 @ 480 grammes and level 2 @ 1030 grammes.
If the out of balance is below level 1 the machine will spin at full speed, if between level 1 and level 2
the machine will spin at the reduced speed of 600 rpm and above level 2 spin at reduced speed of 400
rpm. There are 15 attempts at level 1 with 57 attempts in total, this being the same for both cotton and
synthetic spins.
The Wool Spin has one level of out of balance @ 1.8 kg. The controls will make three attempts to
achieve a balance, if after three attempts a balance is not achieved; the spin is reduced to a speed of
90 rpm.
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SPECIAL WASH CYCLES
Anti Stain: The programme 1 is suitable to heavily-soiled garments with resistant colours. It ensures a
washing class that is higher than the standard class (A class). When running the programme, do not
mix garments of different colours. We recommend the use of powder detergent. Pre-treatment with
special additives is recommended if there are obstinate stains.
Whites: Use this cycle 2 to wash white clothes. The programme is designed to maintain the brightness
of white clothes over time. Use powder detergent for best results.
Anti Allergy: Use programme 11 to remove major allergens such as pollen, mites, cat’s and dog’s
hair.
Wool: The 'Wool' wash cycle on this Hotpoint machine has been tested and approved by The
Woolmark Company for washing wool garments labelled as hand washable provided that the garments
are washed according to the instructions on the garment label and those issued by the manufacturer of
this washing machine. Hotpoint is the first washing machine brand to be approved by The Woolmark
Company for Apparel Care- Platinum for its washing performance and consumption of energy and
water (M1127)
.
Delicates: Use programme 14 to wash very delicate garments with decorative features such as
diamantes and sequins.
To wash silk garments and curtains select the cycle 14 and set the 'Delicate' level from option
We recommend turning the garments inside out before washing and placing small items into the
special bag for washing delicates. Use liquid detergent on delicate garments for best results.
.
Cotton Standard 20°: (programme 5) Ideal for heavily soiled cotton loads. The effective performance
levels achieved at cold temperatures, which are comparable to washing at 40°, are guaranteed by a
mechanical action which operates at varying speed, with repeated and frequent peaks.
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L
N
E
220 - 240 Vac
Mains Filter
?
6
4
7
3
3
P
1
4
5
2
1
2
3
J9
1
1
4
6
Black
1
4
Red
4
5
Brown
3
5
J10
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1
2
3
4
Neutral
3
Live
Q5
Q4
Triac
Triac
Neutral
4
5
5
Door
Lock
4
L
5
4
3
2
1
4
SDA
Triac
opzionale
Brown
Brown
C
3
Res. Asc.
SCL
2
K?
JE14
Gnd
1
12V D
JE15
3
2
1
Q7
Q6
Triac
Q2
Triac
Triac
Q3
Triac
J11
1
2
JE12
3
4
3
1
Red
3
N
DISPLAY / CONTROL
4
1
Resist
Live
J10
Blue
J9
K?
Deviat
Neutral
with
thermal fuse
1
4
K?
???
Wash
Heater
1
3
2
R
2
Red
9
7
TF
Pump
1
JE8
3
Neutro
Black
White
White
2
1
JE11
JE7
Linea
Light Blue
Light Blue
Red Red
Black
Black
Blue
Black
Brown
L
1
Light Blue
3
Signal
3
2
3
4
Arcadia 2 - 3 phase WM
5407721wd.ai
JE13
9
8
6
4
2
1
Test Connector
5
+5V
Wash
GND
Tacho
PreWash
Light Blue
Wash
NTC
5
Light Blue
Motor
(3 phase)
Linear
Pressure
Switch
P
Water valves
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WIRING LEGEND
EV
EVA
EVC
EVF
EVL
EVP
IP
L
MR
Solenoid valve
Drying solenoid valve
Hot water solenoid valve
Cold water solenoid valve
Wash solenoid valve
Prewash solenoid valve
Door switch
Line or Lamp
Microdelay device
N
PS
R
RR
TG
N
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Drain pump
Heating element
Heating element
Main earth
Neutral or Terminal board
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WIRING CONNECTIONS
DISPLAY
1
2
3
4
5
JE15
MODULE
RED
RED
RED
RED
0.35 X 1550
0.35 X 1550
0.35 X 1550
0.35 X 1550
RED
0.35 X 1550
PRESSURE SWITCH
5
4
3
2
1
JE8
Display
1
2
3
4
5
celeste 0.35 X 1390
celeste 0.35 X 1390
celeste 0.35 X 1390
MOTOR
-7-6-5-
MOTOR
-4-3-
RED
0.50 X 730
RED
0.50 X 730
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
0.75 X 730
0.75 X 730
0.75 X 730
5
4
3
2
1
Press/
Sens
MAINS FILTER
1JE7
2JE7
3JE7
4JE7
5JE7
JE7
J9
MODULE
MODULE
L/N
-2-
4J9
3J9
2J9
1J9
BLUE
1.00
BROWN
BLUE
BROWN
X
1.00
530
X
530
1.00 X 900
1.00 X 900
-1-2-
R.R.
R.TF.
FA1
FA2
-1-
DOOR LOCK / PUMP
PUMP
MRC
-3-
BROWN
1.00 X 1700
MRL
-2-
MRN
-1-
BROWN
RED
1.00 X 1700
0.50 X 1700
RED
0.50 X
600
RED
0.50 X
600
PS
DOOR
LOCK
-2-1-
1J10
2J10
3J10
4J10
5J10
VALVES / NTC THERMISTOR
1
2
J10
LIGHT BLUE
0.35 X 570
LIGHT BLUE
0.35 X 570
3
1
WASH
NTC
MODULE
JE11
MODULE
4
LIGHT BLUE
0.35 X 1520
6
LIGHT BLUE
0.35 X 1520
WHITE
0.35 X 1520
WHITE
0.35 X 1520
7
9
EARTH
3
1
EVL
MAIN
3
1
EVP
PREWASH
GREEN/YELLOW 1.0 X 1220
TG
TR
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D50
C95
K3
JE14
1
JE15
1
ICT
Q32
JE8
1
JE15
D31
FT
RV3
U9
RV4
1
1
22
D3
R205
6
IDD0209.2
D3
R206
5
J9
K2
T1
C85
C92
C82
D46
K1
J10
C29
D45
U13
U12
43
43
D29
C79
C93
44
1
D44
R253
Q29
JE11
D47
D51
IS04
IS02
IS01
IS03
C89
RV1
C87
Q27
C80
J4
1
RV5
J6
wave
J5
JE12
Q49
D8
C81
RT2
J3
JP4
C77
C10
J2
1
Y1
1
C28
J1
C4
10
JE7
Q8
Q11
Q9
Q12
Q10
Q13
1
J13
Auto Test
Socket
RT3
C61
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1
JE7
10
JE11
J10
J9
JE8
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FAULT FINDING - Factory 30 - Arcadia Models
IMPORTANT NOTE: Disconnect the machine from Electricity Supply before any testing.
General Information
If the machine has an Earth Fault it can display erroneous fault codes.
Repair any Earth Faults on the machine before using the code guide on the previous page.
Some faults will not show up as error codes:The module will not show up a fault if the water to the machine is turned off or if the solenoid
valves are open circuit.
Certain motor faults, will not show as a fault, the door will lock but the machine will not start a
programme (motor plug disconnected, faulty brushes etc.).
Open circuit field windings will signal fault F01.
If the motor Thermoprotector (toc) - if fitted -operates in the middle of a cycle, the machine will
stop with no fault code indicated, when the thermoprotector (toc) resets the cycle will then restart.
If the element goes open circuit in the middle of a programme and the pressure switch is in the full
position, the machine may not signal a fault but will wash for a long extended period.
Note: This chart refers to both "commutator" (brush motor) and "three phase" (non-brush motor)
models. Refer to text for appropriate information.
FAULT
F01
F02
F03
CAUSE
SERVICE ACTIONS
- Check for water leaks that may affect connectors J009 (Commutator) or J009 (Three-phase) causing the relative contacts to short;
- Check the motor terminal board (any problems due to aggression
caused by manufacturing chemical residues that may cause
short circuits);
- Check the connection on the wash heating element;
- Check efficiency of connector J001 (Commutator) or J010
(Three-phase) on the PCB;
- Check connector J001 (Commutator) or J010 (Three-phase)
pins 3 and 4 for continuity of the wash heating element (1700
watt - 230 volt) which must be 30 Ohm +/- 10%. Otherwise,
Main PCB, Triac on board damaged or
renew heating element;
components Feedback fault
- Check for water leaks that may affect connectors J006 (Commutator) or J007 (Three-phase) causing the relative contacts to short;
- Check the terminal board (any problems due to aggression
caused by manufacturing chemical residues that may cause
short circuits);
- Check wiring of connectors J006 (Commutator) or J007 (Threephase)/Pressure switch;
- Disconnect appliance for 2 minutes. Check wiring and connectors of the dryer heating element on main PCB board side and
component side;
- Check that correct operation has been restored by starting the
Autotest routine;
- Renew main PCB.
- Check for water leaks that may affect connector J9 causing the
contacts to short circuit;
- Check to ensure motor is not mechanically jammed or seized;
- Check efficiency of the contacts on connector J9 on the PCB;
- Check the motor side connector;
- Check motor winding and check that the impedance value on
wiring connector J9 between pins 3 and 4, 4 and 5, 3 and 5 is
less than 100 Ohm;
Motor tripped, motor tachogenerator open
Check the tachogenerator winding and check that the impedance
circuit / or short circuit
value on wiring connector J9 between pins 1 and 2 is between
115 and 170 Ohm;
- Check the tachogenerator wiring;
- Disconnect appliance for 2 minutes. Check that correct operation
has been restored by starting the Autotest routine;
- Renew motor;
- Renew PCB.
- Check efficiency of contacts on connector J005 (commutator)
or J12 (three-phase) on PCB;
- Check NTC ensuring that the impedance value at ambient
temperature (20°C) on wiring connector J005 (commutator) or
J12 (three-phase), pins 1 and 2, is approximately 20 KOhm;
NTC wash sensor open / short circuit
- If measurement is incorrect check continuity of wiring J005
(commutator) or J12 (three-phase), pins 1 and 2/NTC;
- Check the same parameter directly on the NTC (20 KOhm);
- Renew NTC;
- Renew PCB.
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FAULT
CAUSE
SERVICE ACTIONS
-
F05
Pressure switch empty condition not reached (valid for linear and status pressure switch) or drain pump jammed (valid
for linear and status pressure switch)
-
F06
F07
If status type pressure switch, check component directly;
Check efficiency of connector contacts on PCB;
Check pressure switch wiring;
Check continuity of pump on connector pins 4 and 5 (in case
of classic door lock), ensuring that impedance value is 170 1
+/- 10%;
Check the wiring of pins 4 and 5(/pump;
Check pump filter, drain hose and wall drain outlet;
Reset the appliance with the OFF button, also after Fault resetting
with plug. Check the appliance pressure switches reaches full
without Faults at the next cycle;
Replace the drain pump;
Replace the linear pressure switch;
Replace the main PCB.
- Check for water leaks that may affect connectors J004 (collector)
or J11 (three-phase) causing the relative contacts to short;
- Check the door lock terminal board (possible problems due to
aggression caused by manufacturing chemical residues that
Door lock fails to close/open, door lock
may cause short circuits);
PTC triac open/closed, mains frequency - Check J004/door lock wiring;
- Replace door lock;
signal fault, mains power signal fault
- Replace PCB.
- Check efficiency of contacts on connector J001(commutator) or
J10 (three-phase) on PCB;
Wash heating element relay open/diverter - Check continuity of wash heating element on connectors
J001(Commutator) or J10 (Three-phase), pins 3 and 4. The
relay sticking on drain pump side
1700W 230V heating element impedance value is 30 Ohm
+/- 10%. If value is different renew wash heating element;
- Renew PCB.
- Check efficiency of contacts on connector J001(commutator) or
F08
J10 (three-phase) on PCB;
Wash heating element relay earth leakage/wash heating element relay contacts - Check leakage between the two ends and ground, impedance
should be at least 2 MOhm;
sticking
- Renew heating element;
F09
- Renew PCB.
- Disconnect appliance for 2 minutes. Check that correct operation
has been restored by starting the Autotest routine;
Setting File error detected by Main PCB
- Reprogram Main PCB;
or Display PCB
- Renew main PCB;
- Renew display PCB.
F11
F12
- Check efficiency of contacts on connector J004 (commutator)
or J11 (three-phase) on PCB;
- Check continuity on connector J004 (commutator) or J11 (threephase), pins 4 and 5 (in the case of classic door lock);
Pump not wired or pump driving triac - Check continuity of pump, ensuring that impedance value is 170
short circuit
Ohm +/- 10%;
- Check wiring of connector J004 (commutator) or J11 (threephase)/pump;
- Renew pump;
- Renew PCB.
- Check efficiency of contacts on connector J010 (Commutator)
or J16 (Three-phase) on main PCB;
- Check efficiency of contacts on Display PCB;
Communication error between Main PCB - Check continuity of J010 (Commutator) or J16 (Three-phase)/
Display PCB wiring;
and Display PCB
- Disconnect appliance, wait for 2 minutes and reconnect to power
supply, then start autotest routine;
If problem persists proceed as follows:
- Renew main PCB;
- Renew display PCB.
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FAULT
F13
CAUSE
SERVICE ACTIONS
- Check the condenser filter is not clogged;
- Check there is no fluff in the blower fan;
If the components are clean or the problem persists despite
cleaning, then:
- Check the efficiency of the connector contacts of the NTC on
the main PCB;
NTC dryer sensor open / short-circuiting. Fan - Check the impedance value of the NTC on the relevant connector
Motor jammed. Condenser or blower clogged
(next to Main PCB) between pin 1 and pin 2. The impedance
value at ambient temperature (20°C) must be approximately
20k1;
- If measurement is incorrect, check NTC wiring;
- Check the same parameter (20k1) directly on the NTC.
- Replace the NTC;
- Replace the main PCB.
-
-
Check efficiency of relative contacts on the connector on PCB
side;
Check the connector of the dryer heating element (1500W /
230V), ensuring between pins 1 and 2 that the impedance value
is approximately 36 1;
Check leakage between the two ends and ground, impedance
should be at least 2 M1;
Check efficiency of Drain Pump contacts on PCB;
Check continuity of Drain Pump on connector (pins 4 and 5 in
case of classic door lock), ensuring that impedance value is 170
1 +/- 10%;
Check the drain pump wiring;
Check the Solenoid Valve connectors and wiring;
Replace the drain pump;
Replace the dryer heating element;
Replace the damaged solenoid valve;
Replace the main PCB.
-
Check for 220 V power at the lock;
Check the connectors;
Check continuity of wiring;
Replace PCB.
-
Disconnect appliance for 2 minutes. Check that correct operation
-
Check efficiency of connector and wiring continuity on the blower
-
F15
Triac+dryer heating element short-circuit / dryer
heating element leakage on thermofuse side /
dryer heating element interrupted / diverter
relay sticking on wash heating element side
/ dryer heating element pin feedback in shortcircuit with Vdc / Pump not wired / short-circuit
of triac driving pump / diverter relay sticking on
wash heating element side / drain pump pin
feedback in short-circuit with Vdc / Prewash
solenoid valve not wired.
-
F16
Drum locking (top-loading only)
F18
No UART communication between DSP and
has been restored by starting the Autotest routine;
Main
- If fault reappears renew main PCB.
F19
fan;
Fan motor not wired / Fan motor driving triac
- Check efficiency of connector and wiring continuity on the heating
short circuit or Switch relay contacts
element of the blower;
sticking / Fan motor pin feedback in shot
- Check fan motor is not in short circuit or open circuit;
circuit with Vcc
-
Check fan motor turns freely (it is not blocked partially);
Replace the main PCB.
Note: Faults F04 and F10 are not present
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DISMANTLING INSTRUCTIONS & SAFETY NOTES
SAFETY NOTES
1. Ensure that the appliance is disconnected from the electrical supply before dismantling.
2. Beware of sharp edges on metal panels, plastic mouldings, and pressed parts.
3. Some fixings (especially those into plastic) must be tightened to the correct specification using a
suitable torque wrench.
4. Insulation resistance tests must be carried out with the pressure switch set to ensure that the water
heater is 'in-circuit' during the test.
These appliances are manufactured with a '3 phase' motor and uses a different type of power
module. This power board is fitted with a large aluminium heat sink which remains live after
the power is disconnected.
Under no circumstances should the board be removed under the time shown below.
Alternative 'quick methods' of discharging the board SHOULD NOT be used or attempted.!
IMPORTANT NOTE
Risk of Electric Shock
The metal heatsink fitted on the Power Module
may hold an electrical charge for a short period
after switching off the machine.
Allow 5 minutes after disconnecting the
machine from the electrical supply before
commencing ANY work.
A
1.
2.
Top Cover
Remove the 2 screws securing the top panel.
Slide forward and lift clear.
B
1.
2.
Back Panel
Remove 6 screws securing panel.
Slide down to remove.
C
1.
2
Control Panel
Remove the top cover (A).
Open the dispenser drawer fully. Gently lift slightly and pull to remove the drawer.
Remove the screws securing control panel to dispenser housing.
Release 2 screws, 1 each end on top corner of control panel.
Release 2 clips holding console to cabinet, gently ease control panel upwards to disengage lugs
from the front panel.
Disconnect the wiring and lift clear.
Note: When refitting, ensure the control panel is screwed and secured into the dispenser body.
This is easier to check with the dispenser drawer removed.
3.
4.
5.
D
1.
2.
3.
4.
Display Card
Remove the top cover (A).
Release the wiring block from the back of the card.
Remove screws fixing the PCB to the control panel.
Whilst holding the card, ease card away from the control panel.
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E
1.
2.
Top Concrete Weight
Remove the top cover (A).
Remove the 3 fixing bolts and lift clear.
F
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Dispenser/Valve Assembly
Remove the top cover (A).
Remove the drawer.
Remove the screws securing the dispenser to the control panel.
Remove the inlet valve fixing screws to the rear of the cabinet.
Remove the control panel (C).
Unhook the dispenser outlet hose from the dispenser.
Remove the wires, lift clear and remove the dispenser valve assembly.
G
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fill Valves
Remove the top cover (A).
Remove the inlet valve fixing screws to the rear of the cabinet.
Remove the control panel (C) and ease the dispenser assembly forward.
Remove the screws securing the valve to the dispenser.
Disconnect the wiring.
H
1.
2.
3.
4.
Door Seal
Remove the top cover (A).
Remove the outer wire clamp, attaching the door seal to the cabinet (R).
Release the door seal from the cabinet front.
Remove the door seal from the tank front. The seal is fixed to the tank front by a sprung band.
I
1.
2.
Door Interlock
Remove the restrainer securing the door seal to the front panel (R).
Remove the two securing screws and working from the drum aperture behind the door seal
disconnect the wiring.
J
1.
2.
Belt and Pulley Removal
Remove the back panel (B) to gain access to the belt.
Using pulley locking tool, Part No. C00560114 (560114), remove the pulley fixing screw and ease
pulley away from the shaft.
K
1.
2.
3.
Mains Suppressor
Remove the top cover (A).
Remove the screw securing the suppressor and mains cable unit to the cabinet.
Lift unit upwards and withdraw from cabinet.
Note: This unit is not a customer fit part.
L
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Drum Assembly
Remove the top cover (A), back panel (B), control panel (C), dispenser (F) and motor (N).
Remove the screws securing pump to front panel.
Disconnect the wiring attached to the outer drum via cable clips and any earth wires.
Disconnect the tube from the pressure switch.
Unclip the dispenser outlet hose from the dispenser and remove door seal from front panel.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Insert slide Part No. C00222704 (5600155), inside the cabinet at the rear of the drum.
Using suitable protection lay appliance on its back.
Remove 2 x 10 mm nuts securing the shock absorbers to the base of the cabinet.
Remove the tank/pump hose.
Carefully slide the outer drum clear, protecting any wiring.
M
1.
2.
Front Concrete Weight
Remove the drum assembly (L).
Remove the 3 weight fixing bolts and lift clear.
N
1.
2.
3.
Motor
Remove the back panel (B).
Remove the bolts securing the motor and support the motor.
Pull the motor forward of the locating pegs and lift clear.
O
1.
2.
3.
Pump
Remove the plinth.
Using suitable protection, tilt the machine backwards and support.
Remove the pump fixing screws and disconnect the hoses and wiring.
P
1.
2.
3.
4.
Power Module
Remove the back panel (B).
Remove 2 screws securing the module support to the cabinet.
Disconnect the wiring.
Lift module and support clear.
Q
Bearings
Note: The drum bearing assembly comes as a complete unit, therefore the bearings cannot be
replaced. A new drum/tank assembly will need to be fitted if the bearings have failed.
R
1.
Door Seal Retainer to Outer Case
The door seal is fixed to the cabinet front panel by a wire clamp and a small spring. The spring is
usually at the bottom of the door.
Carefully attach a small screwdriver to one of the ears of the spring. By stretching the spring the
wire band can be removed.
2.
S
1.
2.
3.
4.
Shock Absorbers
Using suitable protection lean the appliance
onto one side.
Remove the 10 mm nut securing the shock
absorber to the cabinet.
Push the shock absorber on the rod until it
comes out of the cabinet.
Remove the plastic expansion rivet fixing the
shock absorber to the tank. (Remove the pin
first to make removal easier.)
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  • Large capacity
  • Variety of wash cycles
  • Delay timer
  • Energy efficiency class A+++
  • Spin speed up to 1200 rpm
  • Safety features

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What are the safety features of the WMXT F 9 22 GUK washing machine?
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