S E R V IC E D A T A S HEE T E I 24ID81

S E R V IC E D A T A S HEE T E I 24ID81
Wiring Diagram
LED Test/Delete Alarm Memory
After Cancel, press pad Heavy and Fast simultaneously for
at least 4 seconds to access Service Mode.
LED Auto, Led Heavy and Led Normal blink to indicate
that Service mode is accesed.
After accessed Service mode ( Led Auto, Led Heavy and
Led Normal blinking):
1. Press pad Auto to show the first alarm code.
- Led Auto blinks to indicate the machine is in Alarm
Reading.
- The first alarm code saved is shown in the display. For
descriptions of alarm codes, please see Alarm Codes
section.
2. Press pad Auto again to show the second alarm code.
3. Press pad Auto once more to show the third alarm
code.
4. Press pad Auto the fourth time to move to Actuator Test.
Press pad repeatedly will sequentially turn on one
actuator at a time.
- Led Auto is turned off. led Heavy blincks to indicate the
machine is in Actuator Test.
- The actuator number is shown in the display, see the following table for details.
This information is intended for use by
persons having electrical and
mechanical training and a level of
knowledge of these subjects generally
considered acceptable in the appliance
repair trade. Electrolux Home Products
North America cannot be responsible,
nor assume any liability, for injury or
damage of any kind arising from the
use of this Service Data Sheet.
EI 24ID81
SERVICE DATA SHEET
P/N: 808936683
Service Mode
Number of Actuator
pad Heavy Number
in display
pressed
After accessed Service mode ( Led Auto, Led Heavy and
Led Normal blinking):
1. Press pad Heavy to start this function.
- All LEDS and display blinks 5 seconds on 1 second off.
- Buzzer beeps 5 seconds and then off.
- The alarm codes saved in memory are erased.
2. The mode can be exit by pressing the CANCEL button,
or waiting 60 seconds after last button pressing.
Functional Test cycle
After accessed Service mode (Led Auto, Led Heavy and
Led Normal blinking):
1. Press pad Normal to start the test cycle.The cycle will not
start if door is opened.
- LED Normal blinks all the way through the whole cycle,
even if after the cycle is finished
The test cycle runs as a normal wash cycle.
It can be cancelled or run to its end.
Actuator
4
4
Regeneration Valve
5
5
Drain Pump
6
6
Inlet Valve
7
7
Heater
8
8
Wash pump
9
9
Dispenser
10
10
Dry Fan
5. Press pad Auto when actuator number 10 is activated,
the machine will cycle back to Alarm reading and show
the first alarm code saved.
6. The mode can be exit by pressing the CANCEL button,
or waiting 60 seconds after last button pressing.
Cycle Selection Options
5
Minutes
Stemware
10
PreWash1
15
20
25
30
PreWash2
35
40
45
50
55
MainWash
60
65
ColdRinse
70
75
80
85
HotRinse
90
95
100
105
110
115
Dry
120
Cycle Selection Options
125
130
135
140
145
150
155
160
165
Inlet Valve
Circulation Pump
Drain Pump
Heater
Dispenser
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information and is the property of
Electrolux, without whose permission it may
not be copied, shown or handed to a third
party or otherwise used and it is to be
returned promptly upon request to the design
owner, who is responsible for the drawing.
Eco
Heavy
PW2
PW1
PW2
PreWash3
PW4
MainWash
ColdRinse1
ColdRinse2
ColdRinse1
ColdRinse2
HotRinse
Dry
PreWash3
MainWash
HotRinse
Dry
Inlet Valve
Circulation Pump
Drain Pump
Heater
Dispenser
Normal/Auto
PW
MainWash
HotRinse
Dry
Inlet Valve
Circulation Pump
Drain Pump
Heater
Dispenser
Upper
Normal Cycle (with light soil)
PW1
PW2
MainWash
CR
HotRinse
Dry
Inlet Valve
Circulation Pump
Drain Pump
Heater
Dispenser
Fast
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.
PW
MainWash 1
MainWash2
Rinse
HotRinse
Inlet Valve
Circulation Pump
Drain Pump
Heater
Dispenser
Minutes
Components reflected by this drawing must conform in all
respects with Electrolux 'Restricted Materials List' as
published on www.electrolux.com/rml as well with all other
applicable legal requirements. Upon request documentation
demonstrating compliance with these requirements shall be
immediately provided by the supplier to Electrolux.
PW1
Inlet Valve
Circulation Pump
Drain Pump
Heater
Dispenser
PreWash1
PreWash2
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
Minutes
Line Test
PreWash
Inlet Valve
Circ. Pump
Drain Pump
Heater
Dispenser
Inlet Valve
Circ. Pump
Drain Pump
Heater
Dispenser
5
10
15
CHARACTERISTICS
GRAPHICS
Minutes
5
10
15
COLOURS
BLACK
NOTES
- THE SILK SCREEN SURFACE FRONT/REAR CORRESPONDING TO
TABLE TECNICAL AESTHETIC COMPONENT SPECIFICATION CD. CSS3047
- THE PACKAGING METHOD MUST ENSURE THAT THE EXTERNALSURFACES REMAIN
UNDAMAGED IN ANY WAY ( SCRATCHING, DENTS, ETC...)
- GENERAL TOLERANCE ON GRAPHICS ± 0,3 IF NOT INDICATED DIFFERENTLY
001
FIRST DISTRIBUTION
MODIFICATIONS
DERIVED FROM
-
DESIGN OWNER
A 1 [DF09a]
DISH CARE
808936683
VARIANT NUMBER
A
REV.
-
DW DURHAM
ELECTROLUX
EI24ID81SS
REPLACED NUMBER
MODEL/APPLICATION
SIZE A3 RECYCLE PAPER 80 gr/m2
REPLACES
WEIGHT/VOLUME
-
GENERAL TOLERANCES
MATERIAL
DRAWN BY
-
DESIGN USERS
PARTICULAR SHOWN AS DRAWING
DATE
SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS
1st ANGLE
PROJECTION
DW DURHAM
ELECTROLUX EI24ID81SSSCALE
NAME
SERVICE DATA SHEET
1:1
DATE
LOCAL NAME
2016-06-22
-
DRAWING NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
2016-06-22
TREATMENT
DESCRIPTION
ZM
DRAWN BY
MODEL/APPLICATION
VALSESIL
APPROVED BY
ECN
VALSESIL
REV.
G0012522
REV.
SHEET
001
1/2
Exploded View of Wash System
Operation
Tub Gasket
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 .
Upper Spray arm
NOTE: There should be no wrinkles or
puckers in the corners.
3. Place the gasket end at the bottom and
then press the gasket in from the bottom up.
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.
Delay Start
Cancelling a
cycle
Open door,select the cycle and options; then
press the “DELAY” pad. Each press of the
pad will increase the delay time by 1 hour
(1 to 24 hours).
Open the door, press the “CANCEL” pad
until a tone is heard.
Delivery Tube
Detergent and Rinse Aid Dispenser
The detergent and rinse aid dispenser is a one
piece component consisting of a molded
detergent cup and a built-in rinse aid dispenser.
Middle Spray Arm
Locking Controls Open door and hold down the “air dry” pad
for 5 seconds. The status window will display
“loc” and the pads will be unresponsive.
To unlock the control hold the “AIR DRY”
pad down for 5 seconds until “loc goes out.
Normal function will resume.
Lower Spray Arm
Liquid rinse aid is added to the dispenser up to
the fill line indicator. The amount of rinse aid
released can be adjusted from 1, being the
least amount, to 4, being the greatest amount.
Pressure
Sensor
Circulation Motor
and Heater Assembly
Hose Tank
Sump
Code
Symptom
Check the Following
Remedy
Dishwasher will not operate when
turned on.
1. Fuse (blown or tripped).
2. 120 VAC supply wiring connection
faulty.
3. Electronic control board defective.
4. No 12 VAC power to control.
5. Motor (inoperative).
6. Door switch (open contacts).
7. Door latch not making contact with
door switch.
8. Touch pad circuit defective.
9. No indicator lamps illuminate when
START or OPTIONS are pressed.
1. Replace fuse or reset breaker.
2. Repair or replace wire fasteners at
dishwasher junction box.
3. Replace control board.
4. Replace control board.
5. Replace motor/impeller assembly.
6. Replace latch assembly.
7. Replace latch assembly.
Motor hums but will not start or run.
1. Motor (bad bearings).
2. Motor stuck due to prolonged
non-use.
1. Replace motor assembly.
2. Rotate motor impeller.
Motor trips out on internal thermal
overload protector.
1. Improper voltage.
2. Motor windings shorted.
3. Glass or foreign items in pump.
1. Check voltage.
2. Replace motor/impeller assembly.
3. Clean and clear blockage.
Dishwasher runs but will not heat.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Heater element (open).
Electronic control board defective.
Wiring or terminal defective.
Hi-Limit thermostat defective.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Replace heater element.
Replace control board.
Repair or replace.
Replace thermostat.
Detergent cover will not latch or
open.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Latch mechanism defective.
Electronic control board defective.
Wiring or terminal defective.
Broken spring(s).
Defective actuator.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Replace dispenser.
Replace control board.
Repair or replace.
Replace dispenser.
Replace dispenser.
Dishwasher will not pump out.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Drain restricted.
Electronic control board defective.
Defective drain pump.
Blocked impeller.
Open windings.
Wiring or terminal defective.
Defective Drain Valve.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Clear restrictions.
Replace control board.
Replace pump.
Check for blockage, clear.
Replace pump assembly.
Repair or replace.
Repair or replace.
Dishwasher will not fill with water.
1. Water supply turned off.
2. Defective water inlet fill valve.
3. Check fill valve screen for
obstructions.
4. Defective float switch.
5. Electronic control board defective.
6. Wiring or terminal defective.
7. Float stuck in “UP” position.
Description
Water Tap Closed
To replace dispenser:
i20
Draining Problem
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
i30
Aqua Control
i40
Analogue pressure sensor problem
i50
Washing Motor Problem
i60
Heating Element Problem
i70
Thermistor problem
i80
Auto Door Opener
i90
Configuration Problem
iB0
Sensor Problem
iC0
Communication problem
iD0
Tacho problem
iE0
Flow controller problem
iF0
Water level problem
shut off electricity to dishwasher,
remove outer door panel assembly,
disconnect wiring to the actuator,
remove the six screws,
remove the dispenser,
replace and reinstall screws,
rewire actuator.
Turbidity
Sump
Inlet Valve
Fine
Filter
Drain Hose
Drain Pump
A rubber check valve flap is inserted at the
discharge end of the drain outlet pipe, which is
integrated on the sump.
A raised drain hose loop section is routed on
the side of the unit to help prevent/limit back
flow out of the dishwasher. No additional such
loops are required.
The main circulation pump is removed by
disconnecting both attached clamps and
Draining is accomplished by using a smaller, hoses, disconnecting the wiring harness to the
separate, 3-phase brushless-sensorless drain pump assembly and un-strapping the pump
out of the rubber mount in the basement. Wire
pump motor mounted to the sump. The drain
harness connections include 2 earth tabs,
pump is connected to the sump directly.
motor connector and heater connector.
Speed is 2800rpm, controlled by the main
board electronics.
Electrical
Rating ................................... 120 Volts, 60Hz
Separate Circuit..15 amp min.- 20 amp max.
Motor (Amps) ............................................ 0.4
Heater Wattage ..................................... 850
Total Amps (load rated) ......................... 13.0
Water Temps controlled ......................... ±5°F
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
Rinse
SanitizeAssure: 140°F Wash/156°F Final
Rinse
Hi-Limit Thermostat ................. 200°F (93°C)
Water Supply
Suggested minimum incoming water
temperature ............................. 120°F (49°C)
Pressure (PSI) min./max. ..................... 20/90
Connection (GHT)........................3/4" 11.5NH
Consumption (Normal Cycle) .......................
............. 3.1 - 7.4 U.S. gal., 11.5 - 28.1 liters
Water valve flow rate (U.S. GPM) ........... 0.66
Water recirculation rate (U.S. GPM) ..............
............................... approx. 17 (@2900rpm)
Water fill time ................................... 104 sec.
1. Drain hose (high) loop too low.
2. Drain line connected to a floor drain
not vented.
3. Drain valve or pump stuck open.
Product Specifications
Pump Assembly
The circulation pump is driven by a brushless-sensorless AC-motor. When looking into
the inlet hose, the impeller rotates by the
permanent magnet rotor in the counter-clockwise direction when 3-phase power
is applied by the main board electronics.
When the motor drives the pump approximately at 2900 rpm, supplying 100% filtered
water at a rate of approximately 17 GPM to
all three spray arms at once.
Dishwasher water siphons out.
Detergent left in dispenser.
1. Detergent allowed to stand too long in
dispenser.
2. Dispenser wet when detergent was
added.
3. Detergent cover held closed or blocked
by large dishes.
4. Improper incoming water
temperature to properly dissolve
detergent.
5. Spray arm blocked.
6. Is water getting into unit.
1. Turn water supply on.
2. Replace water inlet fill valve.
3. Disassemble and clean screen.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Repair or replace.
Replace control board.
Repair or replace.
Clean or replace float.
1. Repair to proper 32-inch minimum
height.
2. Install air gap at counter top.
3. Repair or replace.
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.
5. Instruct customer/user.
6. Check fill valve repair or replace.
Note: See "Detergent cover will not latch or open."
808936683 -A 26/2016
Components reflected by this drawing must conform in all
respects with Electrolux 'Restricted Materials List' as
published on www.electrolux.com/rml as well with all other
applicable legal requirements. Upon request documentation
demonstrating compliance with these requirements shall be
immediately provided by the supplier to Electrolux.
This drawing contains confidential
information and is the property of
Electrolux, without whose permission it may
not be copied, shown or handed to a third
party or otherwise used and it is to be
returned promptly upon request to the design
owner, who is responsible for the drawing.
Coarse Filter
8. Replace console assembly.
9. Replace console assembly.
family
i10
Lower Spray Arm
Support
Valve Tank
Hose
Always disconnect the dishwasher from the electrical power source before adjusting or
replacing components.
The detergent cup has a spring loaded cover
and the rinse aid dispenser has a cover.
Alarm Codes/Description
Flex Wash
Manifold
Personal Injury Hazard
Selecting a new
cycle or option Open door, select the desired cycle and
options; then press the “START” pad and
close the door. The cycle will begin.
Manifold
Small Tank
Trouble Shooting Tips
-
-
REV.
MODIFICATIONS
SIZE A3 RECYCLE PAPER 80 gr/m2
REPLACES
DERIVED FROM
-
-
WEIGHT/VOLUME
DESIGN OWNER
-
GENERAL TOLERANCES
MATERIAL
A 1 [DF09a]
DISH CARE
808936683
VARIANT NUMBER
A
REV.
-
DW DURHAM
ELECTROLUX
EI24ID81SS
REPLACED NUMBER
MODEL/APPLICATION
DRAWN BY
-
PARTICULAR SHOWN AS DRAWING
MODEL/APPLICATION
SCALE
1:1
DATE
NAME
LOCAL NAME
DESCRIPTION
DATE
SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS
1st ANGLE
PROJECTION
2016-06-22
SERVICE DATA SHEET
-
DRAWING NUMBER
DESIGN USERS
--
TREATMENT
DESCRIPTION
ZM
ECN
DW DURHAM
ELECTROLUX EI24ID81SS
VALSESIL
APPROVED BY
DRAWN BY
G0012522
REV.
SHEET
001
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