Standard Model Dishwashers
SNB652SAAX
Service Manual
How to use this manual
This document is for use by all persons providing technical service. It is an aid for
repairing the product described, and provides back-up documentation for technical
consultations.
The following safety warnings are given in this manual:
Electrical Hazard: Identifies possible electrical risks
which could permanently damage the appliance.
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Warning: Identifes information or circumstances which
may cause personal injury or death.
Important: Identifies vital information for understanding the product.
Table of Contents
Warnings and Procedures
Features
Description of all Functions
3.1 – General Description
3.2 – Troubleshooting
3.3 – Test
3.4 – Diagrams
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Warnings and precautions
1.- Warnings and precautions
This study has been made as a result of the market launch of the Sunbeam range of
dishwashers, with the aim of providing technical support to the technical assistance
service technicians.
It refers to the electronic models and will be of use as back-up knowledge of the different product ranges and to aid analysis and diagnosis for repair.
With regard to the electro-mechanical models, the difference from the previous ranges is that some of their components are differently positioned. Their technical characteristics, diagram of programs, operation, etc. all remain the same.
The location of the components and repairs to the same will be dealt with in a specific
document apart.
Electrical danger: The dishwasher must be unplugged
from the mains before carrying out any operation requiring
removal of the control panel for access to internal parts.
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Warning: in order to guarantee the repairs made to the dishwasher, this technical study must be used.
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Features
2.- Features
Important: Optional wash features may be included, depen-
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ding on the range. These are to be selected after having activated the required wash program.
Any change of program will cancel out the previously selected
wash features, even if the dishwasher is switched off at the master switch.
Time delay
This function allows the start of washing to be delayed for up
to 9 hours.
Mixed load
This function reduces the temperature to 50º C and increases
the duration of the wash phase, so that all types of article
may be washed without being damaged by excess temperature. It may only be used with the normal program, and must
be selected before pressing the start-pause button. The extra
drying option cannot be used if this option is selected.
Extra drying
This function increases the temperature of the final rinse
for the program selected.
It may be used with all programs except prewash and
economic, and must be selected before pressing the startpause button.
Half load
This function allows the dishwasher to wash half the full
load only, i.e. the load in the upper basket (only
the upper distributor is used).It can be selected with all the
programs, even if the program is already running (the
program pause must be activated).
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Features
Washing with an alternative distributor
If there is a button bearing this symbol, it means that this model of dishwasher has an
alternative MOTOR/DISTRIBUTOR.
This button is pressed to select the option for washing either the load in the upper half
of the dishwasher, the load in the lower half, or both.
The corresponding pilot light comes on to indicate that the UPPER/LOWER option
has been selected. If no pilot light is on, both loads will be washed.
This feature replaces the traditional half load function, enabling the best option to be
chosen depending on how dirty the dishes are and the type of load to be washed.
As explained above, if neither of these two wash options is chosen, the two distributors will rotate alternatively.
Later in the study a section is exclusively dedicated to the functioning of the motor
distributor itself.
Express
For loads in the upper basket of the dishwasher only.
This option is only for washing “VERY SLIGHTLY DIRTY DISHES”, as the washing
temperature is 40ºC with an approximate duration of 15 minutes.
To select this option, the Express program must be previously selected.
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Features
Quick “short wash option”
This wash option reduces the time of the washing operations and also the drying time. Both processes take
place at 55ºC.
Wash phase indicator
The main function of this indicator is to indicate
which wash phase the dishwasher is at during the
washing process.
When the desired program has been selected and
started up using the start-pause button, the Wash
pilot light will come on and remain lit until the program ends. It will then go off and the next pilot light will come on, and so on until the program comes to an end. When the program
finishes, the Program End pilot light will remain lit, indicating that the program has
finished.
VERY IMPORTANT: When the dishwasher enters this end phase, it will emit one
single beep of 5 seconds approx.
3.- Description of functioning
3.1.- General description
You are servicing a Standard model dishwasher.
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Description of all Functions
STANDARD SERIES
Functioning pilot light:
Flashing: on hold for start/pause.
Lit: washing in progress.
Pilot light on:
Half load selec-
end of cycle.
ted.
Time delay pilot lights: vary according to
version
Start/
pause
button
Master
switch
1/2 load
Program selec-
Time delay
tor dial.
button.
Program selection
When the master switch is pressed, the Functioning pilot light will begin to flash, until the desired program is selected and the START/PAUSE button is pressed for the
program to start.
5 programs: 1- Prewash
2- Intensive
3- Standard
4- Economy
5- Quick (short)
Time delay
The start of the wash program can be delayed for up to 9 hours.
Press the <DELAY> button. The pilot light showing a 3H delay will light up and remain
on.
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Description of all Functions
Press this button repeatedly to successively increase the delay time - 3H, 6H, 9H. The
corresponding pilot light will come on and remain lit. If you press the button again, the
delay time will be cancelled and the DELAY pilot lights will switch off. This cycle may
be repeated as often as you wish.
When the delay time has been selected, press the <START/PAUSE> button to begin
the program.
The Functioning pilot light will stop flashing and remain steadily lit.
The Delay pilot lights will flash until the time selected has elapsed.
To cancel the Delay Timer after it has been validated, switch the dishwasher off at the
Master Switch.
During the delay time, the wash options can be selected or cancelled.
When the delay time has elapsed the selected program will begin.
D) For versions without a delay timer, when the program has been selected, simply
press the start button in order for the program to begin. The Functioning pilot light will
stop flashing and remain steadily on.
Funtioning modes common to all versions
3.1.1.-Wash Cycle Pause
When the wash cycle has begun, a pause will be produced when the following occur:
- If the program is changed during washing.
- If the <START/PAUSE> button is pressed.
- If the door is opened when washing has begun.
3.1.2.- Changing the wash program
If you change the program when washing has begun, the wash cycle will stop and all
the output elements will switch off.
If this occurs the time will stop running and the wash phase pilot light which was on
will begin to flash (0.5 Sec. ON; 0.5 Sec. OFF).
On the time display (deluxe model only) the “PH” symbols will begin to flash (0.5 Sec.
ON; 0.5 Sec. OFF).
The <START/PAUSE> button now needs to be pressed in order for the wash cycle
to resume.
The options may be changed (Half Load, Mixed Load and Extra Drying).
When the program is changed, the wash phase and wash time corresponding to the
9 and washing will resume from the step at whinew program selected will be adjusted
ch it left off, but following the sequence of the new program.
Description of all Functions
3.1.3.- Pressing the <START/PAUSE> button
You can stop and start the washing process as many times as you wish by repeatedly
pressing the <START/PAUSE> button.
The wash phase pilot light which is on will begin to flash.
Washing will stop and all the output elements will switch off.
The wash time countdown will stop.
On the time display (deluxe model only) the “PH” symbols will begin to flash (0.5 Sec.
ON; 0.5 Sec. OFF).
3.1.4.- Opening the door
This has the same effect as pressing the <START/PAUSE> button, as described
above.
If the door is opened during a phase involving heating (both if the dishwasher is washing or if it is on pause), when it is closed again and the <START/PAUSE> button
pressed there will be a delay of 3 minutes before the washing process starts up again
(Safety time).
The wash time will not count down during the Safety Time.
When the door is opened, “F1” appears on the display (deluxe model only), and the
buzzer will sound intermittently (0.5 Sec. ON; 0.5 Sec. OFF).
End of program
When the program finishes, the Program End pilot light will come on, and ONE SINGLE
CONTINUOUS BEEP WILL SOUND FOR APPROX. 5 SECONDS.
POWER CUTS Power cuts
If a power outage occurs, the dishwasher will continue to function normally from where it left off when the electricity supply returns (it has a memory of at least 12 hours,
depending on the model).
What is ventilated drying?
Some of the higher range models are equipped with a system called ventilated drying.
This consists of a fan eliminating the steam produced during the final rinse of a wash
cycle, aiding drying.
This fan has two chambers, the extraction chamber and the expulsion chamber (see
Figures 1 below). These create a closed
circuit between the fan, the air break and the
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inside of the tank.
Description of all Functions
This steam coming from the inside of the dishwasher (see Figure 2 below) through
the steam outlet in the upper part “A” is extracted by the fan (extraction chamber) “B”,
passing through part of the Air break “C”.
When the steam reaches the expulsion chamber “D”, it is expelled into the inside of
the dishwasher via the steam outlet in the lower part (“E”), which in turn regulates the
salt consumption in accordance with the hardness of the water.
Expulsion chamber
(ventilation)
Aspiration chamber
(ventilation)
Fig.1
A
C
E
B
F
D
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Fig.2
Fig.3
Description of all Functions
IN CASE OF MALFUNCTIONING OR ANOMALY (for all models)
In case of malfunctioning or anomaly, the dishwasher’s automatic information buzzer
will help us to identify the cause of the problem.
It emits a series of intermittent beeps followed by a pause of approximately 7 seconds. The intermittent beeping will then repeat, followed by the pause. It will then
repeat again, and so on.
The number of intermittent beeps will vary depending on the type of malfunction or
anomaly.
Example:
1 beep
pause 7 sec. 1 beep
pause 7 sec.…….. = F1 door open
2 beeps
pause 7 sec. 2 beeps pause 7 sec.……….= F2 filling defect
.
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9 beeps
pause 7 sec. 9 beeps pause 7 sec.………= F9 alternative motor fault
Inside the door there is a help table for matching the error code emitted by the dishwasher with the part affected.
The beeping will stop when the START-PAUSE button is pressed. However the signal
will be stored in the memory, and so if the start-pause button is pressed again the
corresponding number of beeps - i.e. the error code - will be emitted again.
This operation may be carried out as many times as you wish.
For models with DISPLAY
On models with a display, the error beep code is the same, but the error will also be
shown digitally on the display (F1 to F9).
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Description of all Functions
Program table
This includes various program types, depending on the dishwasher model. It is very
important to choose the right wash program in accordance with how dirty the dishes
are and the amount and type of dishes.
TOTAL
CONAMOUNT OF SUMPTION for
DETERGENT
12 place services
KWh/litres*.
APPROX. DURATION for 12 place
services
(minutes)
Program
TEMPERATURE
TYPE OF
DISHLOAD
Prewash
Cold
For dishes not
to be washed
immediately
No detergent
0.0007 KWh
3 litres
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Intensive
70
For very
dirty dishes
and pans
25+15
1.4 KWh
12 litres
90
Standard
65
For
dirty dishes
25+5
1.2 KWh
12 litres
87
Automatic
55-65
auto
For
dirty dishes
25+5
1.2 KWh
12 litres
87
Economy
50
eco
For
only slightly dirty
dishes
25+5
1.05 KWh
12 litres
138
Mixed
50
mix
For
dirty and delicate dishes
25+5
0.87 KWh
12 litres
87
Quick
55
For very slightly
dirty dishes
25
0.79 KWh
10 litres
51
40
For
very slightly dirty
dishes placed in
the upper basket
only
20
0.3 KWh
7.4 litres
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Express
E
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Description of all Functions
Minimum wash times
To guarantee a minimum wash time when there is hot water intake, the HEATING +
WASHING phases must last a minimum of:
PHASE
Prewash
Intensive
PREWASH
-
10 min
12 min
8 min
WASH
RINSE
Minimum time
StanEconomy
dard
17 min
14 min
8 min
6 min
Delicate
Quick
5 min
4 min
10 min
6 min
Estimated times for each program
The estimated duration of the different phases of each program is as follows:
Program
PHASE
PREWASH
INTENSIVE
S T A N - ECONOMY
DARD
DELICATE
QUICK
PREWASH
8 min
8 min
27 min
32 min
5 min
23 min
10 min
97 min
10 min
40 min
5 min
25 min
10 min
90 min
20 min
5 min
11 min
10 min
46 min
18 min
5 min
11 min
10 min
44 min
WASH
RINSE I
RINSE II
DRY
TOTAL
29 min
36 min
0 min
19 min
45 min
124 min
Time that needs to be added or subtracted in each case, depending on the options
selected:
Program
PHASE
PREW.
INTENSIVE
STANDARD ECONOMY
PREWASH
Mix: +3 MIN
WASH
Mix: -2 MIN
DELICATE
QUICK
RINSE I
RINSE II
SP: + 2MIN
Mix: -3 MIN
SP: - 2MIN
SP: +6 MIN
SP: +6 MIN SP: +6 MIN
SP: + 2MIN
Mix: -2 MIN
SP: +2 MIN
SP: +6 MIN
SP: +6 MIN SP: +6 MIN
DRY
TOTAL
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Description of all Functions
3.2.- Troubleshooting
If any breakdown or malfunction occurs, the dishwasher will show the user a different
error code, depending on the fault detected.
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EV
Fill valve
EB
Drain pump
MNS
Safety micro switch
MN
Level micro switch
MPR Pressure micro switch
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Description of all Functions
STANDARD VERSION
The economy range dishwashers do not have a wash phase indicator or display, and
any anomalies or malfunctions are therefore indicated by means of the Functioning
and End pilot lights and the number of beeps emitted.
Using this data, the anomaly can be identified from the following table:
SAFETY DEVICE
FAILURE CRITERION
DOOR OPEN
1 sec with program selected,
door open and on.
CONNECTION DELAY
When door is closed:
- if Temp < 45ºC, 5 sec.
- if Temp > 45ºC, 3.5 min.
FILLING
EV on 6 min. + MN off
(empty)
Stop
DRAINING
EB on 2 min. + MN on (full)
OVERFLOW
ACTION
TO
STOP
SAFETY DEVICE
ECO INDICATIONS
LOP pilot
END pilot
Flashing
Off
1
Press
ON/OFF
Off
Flashing
2
Stop
Press
ON/OFF
Flashing
Flashing
3
MNS on (full) and door closed
for 10 sec.
Stop
Press
ON/OFF
Flashing
Flashing
4
OVERHEATING
Temp > 77ºC
Stop
Press
ON/OFF
Flashing
Flashing
5
NOT HEATING UP
B > 5ºC/10min
Stop
Press
ON/OFF
Flashing
Flashing
6
NTC
NTC open or short circuited
Stop
Press
ON/OFF
Flashing
Flashing
7
WATER PRESSURE LOW
MPR off detected on heating.
Stop
Press
ON/OFF
Flashing
Flashing
8
MOTOR
DISTRIBUTOR
No change detected in cam
state for 12 sec.
Stop
Press
ON/OFF
Flashing
Flashing
9
Press
ON/OFF
Wait
Nº beeps
C o n n e c t
when delay
time has elapsed
O= Off X = Flashing
B = Temperature rise slope on heating.
(first data taken 2 min. after start of heating ).
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Important: As an equivalent to the deluxe range feature, the
nº of beeps corresponds to the number following the letter F:
2 beeps = F2, 3 beeps = F3, and so on.
Important for all versions:
If the dishwasher is switched off at the master switch, all the
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information will be
Description of all Functions
The economy range dishwashers do not have a wash phase indicator or display, and
any anomalies or malfunctions are therefore indicated by means of their two pilot lights, Functioning and End, plus the number of beeps emitted.
To discover which type of anomaly is affecting the dishwasher, proceed as follows:
1. Confirm which pilot light or lights are flashing and identify on the table.
2. Press the start/pause button and count the number of beeps.
(Each time the button is pressed the number of beeps will be repeated)
3. Compare this data with the error table in the technical study and identify the type
of anomaly.
EXAMPLE:
Functioning pilot light flashing
Press Startpause button
End pilot light
flashing
Press
Startpause button.
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1 beep:
DOOR
OPEN
2 beeps:
FILLING
Important for all versions:
If the dishwasher is switched off at the master switch, all the
information will be lost.
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Description of all Functions
3.2.1 - Interpretation and analysis of failure codes
Door open or not properly closed
DOOR OPEN OR NOT PROPERLY CLOSED
DELUXE/DELUXE
PLUS
F1
1P
SEMI DELUXE
X
0
X
ECONOMY
1P
X
0
1P
The dishwasher detects the door being opened during washing, or the incorrect functioning of the door lock system.
If it detects that the door is open during the washing phase, after 1 second the program will stop at whichever phase it is at and the buzzer will sound as follows:
1 beep
sively.
pause 7 sec.
1 beep
pause 7 sec.………and so on succes-
This indicates error code F1.
Possible causes:
1. Door not properly closed.
2. Mechanical or electrical defect in the door micro-switch. An electrical bridge should be made to analyse the defect.
3. Defective installation:
- Wires from door micro-switch to card are defective (broken).
- Connector badly mounted on cable, J3 CONTACTS 1 and 9.
- Connector not making proper contact with card tracks.
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Warning: THE CONNECTION DELAY is not a defect, it is
a SAFETY DEVICE.
If the door is opened during the wash phase, to prevent the cold air entering from
producing anomalies inside the dishwasher, when it is closed again the dishwasher
will stop for a certain time, depending on the water temperature.
If the water temperature is lower than 45º, it will stop for 5 seconds.
If the water temperature is 45º or higher, it will stop for 3.5 minutes.
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Description of all Functions
DOOR OPEN DEFECT
Yes
No
¿Is the door
actually
open?
Make sure
it is closed
Check door micro
switch continuity.
Yes
Check continuity of micro switch on card.
Connector input (crimping).Connector
J3 points 1 and 9.
No
¿OK?
Micro switch
defective
Take care not to press micro
switch.
Contact closed (door closed).
Yes
No
¿OK?
Check continuity of micro switch on card.
Connector input (crimping).Connector
J3 points 1 and 9.
Wire broken
Ensure connector is connected to card, and check.
Yes
No
¿OK?
Problem with terminal crimping. Check crimping.
Yes
¿OK?
Problem solved
No
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Electronic card defective.
Description of all Functions
Filling
DELUXE/DELUXE
PLUS
FILLING
F2
2P
SEMI DELUXE
0
0
X
ECONOMY
2P
0
X
2P
When the power supply reaches the water inlet valve during the filling or water inlet
phase, if after 6 min. the water level micro-switch does not close the contact, this
means that the electronic module has not detected the filling signal. The dishwasher
will stop and the buzzer will sound as follows:
2 beeps
vely.
pause 7 sec.
2 beeps
pause 7 sec. ..... and so on successi-
This indicates error code F2.
Possible causes:
1-No water is entering
2-Mechanical system of water level unit defective.
3-Water level micro switch defective.
4- Defective installation:
- Wires from micro switch to card are defective
(broken).
- Incorrect crimping of connector to cable, J3 contacts 1
and 4.
- Connector not making proper contact with card tracks.
5. Card defective.
The flow diagram below shows the sequence for analysing and discovering dishwasher filling anomalies.
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Description of all Functions
FILLING DEFECT
No
Yes
Is water entering?
Check mechanical functioning
Check hydraulic
and
electrical
functioning
of
valve
Yes
No
OK?
Check
nism
mecha-
No
Is level micro switch
continuity
OK?
Yes
Micro switch defective
Check continuity of micro switch on card.
Connector input (crimping).Connector
J3 points 1 and 4.
Check continuity of micro switch on card.
Connector output (crimping).Connector
J3 points 1 and 4.
Yes
No
OK?
No
OK?
Wire broken.
Yes
Ensure connector is correctly
connected to card and test.
Problem with terminal crimping.
Yes
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Problem solved
No
OK?
Electronic card defective.
Description of all Functions
Draining
DELUXE/DELUXE
PLUS
DRAINING
F3
3P
SEMI DELUXE
X
X
X
3P
ECONOMY
X
X
3P
During the draining phase, when the drain pump is connected, if the water level microswitch is not deactivated after 2 minutes the dishwasher will stop and the buzzer will
sound as follows:
3 beeps
sively.
Pause 7 sec.
3 beeps
pause 7 sec.………and so on succes-
This indicates error code F3.
Possible causes:
1. IF IT IS NOT ACTUALLY DRAINING:
- Pump defective.
- Pump obstructed.
- Outlet pipe obstructed.
- Water return.
- Insufficient electrical supply to pump (Current).
2. IF IT IS DRAINING:
- Mechanical system as a whole. Water level defective
(blocked).
- Level micro switch defective (short-circuited).
- Installation defective.
- Card defective.
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Description of all Functions
DRAINING DEFECT: DISHWASHER NOT DRAINING
Select program and test.
Yes
No
Does
it drain?
Activate anti-overflow lever.
Water returns from
water outlet.
No
¿ Does
it drain?
Yes
Pump NO OK
Check card voltage output. Connector
J2: points 8 and 6.
Remove connector, check and
adjust contacts and try again.
No
Yes
OK?
Yes
Card
OK.
Installation
defect. Wire broken. Bad
wire/crimping contact.
No
23
Problem solved.
Current?
Card defective.
Description of all Functions
DRAINING DEFECT: DISHWASHER IS DRAINING
Drain dishwasher and check whether level micro
switch has actually disconnected.
No
Yes
Disconnected?
Mechanism defective (blocking)
Check electrical functioning of level micro
switch disconnection
No
Micro switch
disconnected?
Yes
Micro switch defective. Repair
Card defect
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Description of all Functions
Over ow
OVERFLOW
DELUXE/DELUXE
PLUS
F4
4P
SEMI DELUXE
X
X
X
ECONOMY
4P
X
X
4P
If an anomaly causes the anti-overflow safety micro-switch to be activated for longer
than 10 seconds, the dishwasher will stop and the buzzer will sound as follows:
4 beeps
sively.
Pause 7 sec.
4 beeps
pause 7 sec.………and so on succes-
This indicates error code F4.
Possible causes:
- Lower tray flooded.
- Excess water intake.
- Anti-overflow safety micro switch has short-circuited:
It is not disconnecting, for either mechanical or electrical reasons.
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Description of all Functions
OVERFLOW
¿Is the drain pump
permanently
activated?
No
Check for
flooding of tray
Is it
ded?
- Remove right side panel.
- Select a prewash and test
water inlet.
floo-
Yes
Check anti-overflow
system.
Repair
¿Does water continue to enter when
level safety switch is
activated?
¿Activated?
Yes
Repair
Filling problem. See FILLING
section (Page 24)
Check micro switch continuity
Yes
¿Continuity?
Micro switch
defective
No
Check installation.
(Possible short circuit)
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Description of all Functions
Overheating
OVERHEATING
DELUXE/DELUXE
PLUS
F5
5P
SEMI DELUXE
X
X
X
ECONOMY
5P
X
X
5P
If the water reaches a temperature of over 77º C for any reason, the overheating safety device will stop the dishwasher, and the buzzer will sound as follows:
5 beeps
sively.
Pause 7 sec.
5 beeps
pause 7 sec………and so on, succes-
This indicates error code F5.
In this case the error will be located in the ELECTRONIC CARD.
If this occurs, it indicates that the heating element must be working correctly, and it
would also be extremely unusual for an NTC not to have already detected temperatures of 45, 55 or 65 ºC (which would be the temperatures the wash program would
continue at) if it consequently detected a temperature of 77ºC.
Basically this would mean that the NTC temperature reading is correct, but the electronic card cannot read it.
Another possibility could be that the NTC is detecting the control temperatures, but
the card relay has become stuck and as a result the appliance is heating up continuously and the NTC is detecting 77ºC. However, as the relay forms part of the electronic
card, the diagnosis would be the same.
Also, even if there is a break in the NTC wiring or installation, an NTC error can be
ruled out, as if this was the case its own defect code, i.e. “NTC failure”, would be indicated. The same would apply if there was a defective contact in the card.
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Description of all Functions
Heating phase defect
HEATING PHASE DEFECT
DELUXE/DELUXE
PLUS
F6
6P
SEMI DELUXE
X
X
X
ECONOMY
6P
X
X
6P
The heating phase is the period from the moment the microprocessor sends the corresponding signal to the dishwasher for it to begin the heating process, until it ends,
i.e. until the NTC detects the temperature selected. During this phase, if the temperature increases less than 5ºC in 10 minutes, the buzzer will sound as follows:
6 beeps
sively.
Pause 7 sec.
6 beeps
pause 7 sec………and so on, succes-
This indicates error code F6.
Obviously, this can happen either at the start of heating (i.e. it does not heat up at all),
or during the heating phase.
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Important FOR USERS: Before the ELEMENT wears
out, it is very important to advise the user to clean the dishwasher FORTNIGHTLY with a special DISHWASHER
CLEANING product. The purpose of this is to clean any
residue, particularly scale, which may have formed inside
the element.
Important: A clip-on ammeter and water temperature
sensor are essential for the correct repair of this anomaly.
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Description of all Functions
HEATING PHASE DEFECT
Position ammeter and thermometer.
Select 65 Cº heating program.
Start program.
No
¿Does it
heat up?
Yes
Check voltage
at element.
¿Voltage?
Observe
water temperature.
(thermometer)
Yes
Yes
Card OK.
Element defective.
Check by measuring
No
Does the water reach
the safety temperature of
approx. 85ºC, does the
supply to the element cut
off, and does F6 appear
after 10 min?
No
continuity.
Check voltage at card output.
Connector J2 Pin nº 8 red, and J1 Pin
nº2 blue.
Safety thermostat detects max. safety
limit. Safety thermostat O.K ¨
The element has disconnected before reaching
the temperature setting
or selected temperature.
NTC Saf.Therm
¿Is the supply to the
element cut off and
does F6 appear after
10 min?
Check NTC 24ºC
approx. 5.3 K ohms.
No
Yes
Yes
¿NTC OK?
¿Voltage?
No
Safety thermostat
defective
Yes
Replace
NTC.
Thermostat defective (relay).
Important: if the NTC
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Card defective
Installation
broken or cut off
has short circuited or is in
open circuit, it has its own
error code (F7).
Description of all Functions
NTC defect
DELUXE/DELUXE
PLUS
NTC DEFECT
F7
7P
SEMI DELUXE
X
X
X
ECONOMY
7P
X
X
7P
If the NTC has short-circuited or is open, the dishwasher will stop and the buzzer will
sound as follows:
7 beeps
sively.
Pause 7 sec.
7 beeps
pause 7 sec………and so on, succes-
This indicates error code F7.
With all the other error codes the program can be restarted again, but in this case
the error code remains and the program cannot be restarted. So if this error code
appears, if the dishwasher is reset by turning off the master switch, the error will automatically appear again and no operations may be carried out on it.
NTC DEFECT
Check NTC continuity with wires separated. Approx. ohmic value at 24ºC
is 5.3 K ohms.
NTC OK. Check ohmic value on card.
Connector J3 pins 2 blue and 6 blue.
NTC
NTC
short-circuited
or open.
Replace NTC.
No
Yes
¿O.K?
Check connections of connector to
card tracks and test.
Yes
¿O.K?
Problem
solved
Yes
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¿O.K?
No
Card
defective
No
Installation
defect.
(Wire broken)
Description of all Functions
Insuf cient pressure (pressure micro switch)
INSUFFICIENT PRESSURE
(PRESSURE MICRO SWITCH )
DELUXE/DELUXE
PLUS
F8
8P
SEMI DELUXE
X
X
ECONOMY
X
8P
X
X
8P
In order to prevent major damage being caused by overheating in the parts of the
dishwasher surrounding the heating element, there is a micro-switch in the hydraulic
circuit, in electrical series with the heating element, so if the water does not recirculate
through the element (i.e. cooling), the micro switch will not be not activated and the
element will not heat up.
If any malfunction of this type should occur, the dishwasher will stop and the buzzer
will sound as follows.
8 beeps
sively.
Pause 7 sec.
8 beeps
pause 7 sec………and so on, succes-
This indicates error code F8.
Pressure
micro switch
WATER PRESSURE DEFECT
No
Water
intake
OK?
Yes
Check the
wash motor
Check
filling
system.
No
Reapair
motor
¿OK?
Yes
Check hydraulic/mechanical
activation of pressure micro
switch.
Yes
Check micro switch for
electrical problems.Continuity.
OK?
No
Repair
Yes
O.K?
Repair micro switch
No
Important: It can be observed from
Card defective
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the electrical diagram that the pressure micro
switch has 3 wires. There is no point in bridging contacts 1 and 3 because it is contact nº
2 which is designed to detect the error code
when the micro switch connection fails.
If you wish to check that there are no electrical
problems with the micro switch, release the
3 wires, noting their position, and start up the
dishwasher.
Then check the continuity.
Seguidamente, comprobar la continuidad.
Description of all Functions
Alternative motor distributor failure
ALTERNATIVE MOTOR DISTRIBUTOR FAILURE
DELUXE/DELUXE
PLUS
F9
9P
SEMI DELUXE
X
X
X
ECONOMY
9P
X
X
9P
The alternative motor distributor forms part of the heating unit.
Alternative motor
distributor
Heating unit
Water inlet from
washpump.
Alternative motor distributor.
¨Electric motor¨
Upper distributor outlet
Lower distributor outlet
Positioning at output
to lower distributor.
Positioning at output
to upper distributor
Change of state
electrical
signal output.
The distributor output positions may be either fixed or moving (alternating).
1. The fixed positions will depend on whether the upper or lower positions have been selected on the control panel.
2. The moving or alternating positions will be the case when neither of the options
have been selected.
The motor distributor takes 15 seconds to make a complete turn.
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Description of all Functions
Diagram or steps for motor distributor performance
Distrib. closed
Distrib. open
Mot.distrib. active (change of state)
Motor distributor not active.
Fixed positions of distributor.
Upp.D.50sc
Lwr.D.50sc
Lwr.D.50sc
Upp.D.50sc
Lwr.D.1/2 10sc
UppD.1/2 10sc
Upp.D.10sc
Lwr.D.10sc
Motor distributor active.
Change of state area.
The error code is detected during the wash phase in which the washing motor is active.
If no change of state is detected at any time during the program when the electronic
module activates the motor distributor in order to change the position status of the
motor distributor, this will be indicated by the error code F9.
The change of state will be determined by a change of positioning of the distributor,
which is detected by the cam; this is detected in turn by the electrical contact, which
informs the electronic module of this change.
If this type of malfunction occurs, the dishwasher will stop and the buzzer will sound
as follows:
9 beeps
Pause 7 sec.
9 beeps
and so on, successively.
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pause 7 sec………
Description of all Functions
ALTERNATIVE MOTOR DISTRIBUTOR DOES NOT
DETECT CHANGE OF STATE. For this purpose there is:
- An accessory alternative motor.
- A bridge installation.
Open the left side of the
dishwasher. Connect the
spare motor distributor in
the technician’s tool box,
from the outside.
Select and activate
a prewash.
Yes
¿Does the
program
finish?
Motor distributor
defective
No (F9 sounds again)
Electrical defect
No
Check voltage output at
card. Connector J2 PIN 8
and J2 PIN 5.
No
Card
defective
¿Voltage?
Yes
¿ Does
the motor
rotate?
Yes
Card
defective
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Installation
cut off
Description of all Functions
3.3- . Test
Models with push-in dial
There is also a secret hidden dial, for use by . technicians only. It has a special checking program.
In order to check the functioning of the electrical components of the dishwasher, the
. program can be selected as follows:
Up/down button
1- Switch off the dishwasher at the master switch.
2- Press and hold down the up/down button and the start/pause button.
3- While holding down the up/down button and the start/pause button, switch on the
dishwasher at the master switch, until the . test start confirmation beep sounds.
4- “SE” (secret mode) will appear on the display.
5- Press the program selector dial until the letters “SA” (Technical Assistance Service)
appear on the display. The dishwasher is now in . test mode.
6- Press the Start/pause button to validate the . Test option.
I
Important: If you hold down the button for too long, you
will not be able to go back. You will need to restart the dishwasher and the whole process again.
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Description of all Functions
Models with dial
The sequence for entering secret mode is as follows:
1- Switch off the electricity supply to the dishwasher.
2- Turn the dial to the position exactly opposite to program nº1, i.e. position 9. Close
the dishwasher door.
3- Press the <START/PAUSE> button.
4- Hold the <START/PAUSE> button down and switch on the mains supply to the
dishwasher.
5- Hold the <START/PAUSE> button down for 1 second. When this time has elapsed
you will hear a beep confirming that the appliance is in secret mode. The pilot lights
will all be off. On deluxe models, the letters “SA” will appear, INDICATING THAT THE
APPLIANCE IS IN . TEST MODE.
6- Release the <START/PAUSE> button.
. Test Operation
When the dishwasher is in secret functioning mode, each of the dishwasher operations can be checked by either turning the program dial clockwise or pressing the
push-in programr dial (depending on the model).
To correctly execute the . program, the steps must be carried out sequentially and
correlatively. If the sequence is not observed, the . program will abort and the dishwasher will need to be switched off in order to enter the . test mode again.
DELUXE/SEMI DELUXE MODELS:
The Wash and End pilot lights will
flash, except on the alternative
motor version, where only the Wash
pilot light will flash.
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ECONOMY MODEL: The Functioning and End pilot lights will flash.
Description of all Functions
Selector dial distribution in secret mode
Push-in selector dial distribution in secret mode
PRESS
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
TASK
Test
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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DISPLAY
SA
SA-10
SA-11
SA-12
SA-13
SA-14
SA-15
SA-16
Description of all Functions
. Test steps
POSITION 10. (Motor distributor test - if model has this function - and test for
lling without wash pump activated)
In this position, first of all the motor distributor is activated for it to be positioned. If
no change of state is detected after 20 seconds, the failure will be indicated by the
Wash/On pilot light flashing. Otherwise, the water fill valve (Ev1) is activated until the
level micro (LM) confirms filling. You will hear a beep of confirmation. If the level micro
(LM) does not confirm filling after 2 minutes, the pilot lights will flash to indicate the
fault, depending on the model of dishwasher. The control then waits for the dial to be
turned one position to the right (position 11).
I
Important: If the dishwasher has an alternative motor,
this will be indicated by the following symbol on the optional keys:
POSITION 11. (Test for lling with wash pump activated)
The water fill valve (Ev1) and wash pump (WP) are activated until the level micro
(LM) confirms filling. If the result is positive, there will be a beep of confirmation. The
control then waits for the dial to be turned one position to the right (position 12). If
the level micro (LM) does not confirm filling after 90 seconds, the corresponding pilot
lights will come on to show the fault.
POSITION 12. (Safety test for water pressure micro-switch)
The water fill valve (Ev1) is deactivated and the wash pump (WP) and heating element (Elem) are activated. The pressure micro-switch is tested after 15 seconds. If
the test shows it to be OK, there will be a beep of confirmation. If not, the corresponding pilot lights will indicate the fault. The control then waits for the dial to be turned
one position to the right (position 13).
POSITION 13. (Test for NTC short-circuited or open)
The wash pump (WP) and the heating element (Elem) are activated. After 15 seconds, it checks whether the NTC has shorted or is open. If the test shows OK, there
will be a beep of confirmation. If not, the corresponding pilot lights will indicate the
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fault. The control then waits for the dial
to be turned one position to the right (position
14).
Description of all Functions
POSITION 14. (Heating test)
The wash pump (WP) remains activated, and the heating element is activated. After
around 3 minutes it checks whether there has been a temperature increase in the
NTC. If the result is OK, there will be a beep of confirmation. If not, the corresponding
pilot lights will indicate the fault. The control then waits for the dial to be turned one
more position to the right (position 15).
POSITION 15. (Draining test)
The drain pump (DP) is activated and the wash pump (WP) and heating element
(Elem) are deactivated. It then tests whether the level micro-switch turns to empty
position. If the result is OK, there will be a beep of confirmation. If after 60 seconds
the result is negative, the corresponding pilot lights will indicate the fault. The control
then waits for the dial to be turned one more position to the right (position 16).
POSITION 16. (Testing of regeneration valve and detergent/rinse aid dispenser
+ fan)
The detergent/rinse aid and regeneration valve are activated for 1 minute, and all the
other operations are deactivated. There is no confirmation beep with this test as the
control cannot be sure that the outputs have really been activated (check this physically by opening the door). The operations are deactivated after one minute.
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Important: If the check of all the positions except POSITION
16 is negative, no confirmation beep will sound. Also, the pilot
lights (depending on model) will begin to flash.
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40
PRESSURE MICRO SWITCH
DETERGENT AND RINSE AID DISPENSER
FILL VALVE
SALT SWITCH
RINSE AID SWITCH
REGENERATION VALVE
SAFETY MICRO SWITCH
DOOR MICRO SWITCH
STANDARD MICRO SWITCH
EV 1/2 AND MD. WITH ITS SD. CANNOT EXIST SIMULTANEOUSLY IN AN INSTALLATION
ON LIGHT
SALT LIGHT
RINSE AID LIGHT
ELEMENT
WASHING MOTOR
CONDENSER
HALF LOAD VALVE
MASTER SWITCH
DRAIN PUMP
85º SAFETY THERMOSTAT
DRYING MOTOR FAN
MOTOR DISTRIBUTOR
DISTRIBUTOR SIGNAL
Signal
Broken line = not on all models.
2003 ELECTRON.
CARD
Description of all Functions
3.4.- Diagrams
Eletrical Schematic
RELAY
CARD
STOCKO CONNECTOR
41
RINSE AID INDICATOR
FAN
ALTERNATIVE VALVE
MASTER SWITCH
DOOR MICRO SWITCH
DETERGENT AND RINSE AID DISPENSER
DESCALING VALVE
REGENERATION VALVE
SAFETY LEVEL
NORMAL LEVEL
HEATING ELEMENT
DRAIN PUMP
CONDENSER
SALT INDICATOR
STOCKO CONNECTOR
WATER PRESSURE MICRO SWITCH
WASH PUMP CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR BLOCK
TANK EARTH
ELEMENT EARTH
PROGRAMMER EARTH
DOOR EARTH
WASH PUMP EARTH
SUPPLY EARTH
HALF LOAD VALVE
ON LAMP
SALT LIGHT
RINSE AID LIGHT
SAFETY THERMOSTAT
2-WAY CONNECTOR 5 mm PITCH
LOCKING FLANGES
FOR 4 mm DIAM. HOLE
VISIBLE SIDE TRANSPARENT P.V.C.
STOCKO CONNECTOR
STOCKO CONNECTOR
STOCKO CONNECTOR
Female
Male
AERIAL CONNECTOR AMP
STOCKO CONNECTOR
ELBI CONNEC.
SWITCH
MICRO SWITCH NUMBERING
2-WAY CONNECTORS 5 mm PITCH
WIRE
BLUE/YLW
GREEN
BLUE
BLCK/WHTE
BLUE/YL
BLUE
GREEN
BLCK/WHTE
BLUE
GREEN
BLCK/WHTE
RED/BLACK
RED
BLACK
WHITE
BLUE
BLUE
BROWN
YELLOW
WHITE (SN)
WHITE (SN)
ORANGE
YELLOW
BLCK/WHTE
BLUE/YL
BLUE
GREEN
BLCK/WHTE
BLCK/WHTE
RED/BLCK
RED
BLACK
WHITE
WHITE
BLACK
BLACK
GREEN
RED
BLCK-WHTE
YE-GRN
YE-GRN
YE-GRN
YE-GRN
BLUE
WHITE
BROWN
GREY
BLUE
BLUE
BROWN
BLUE
PINK
BLUE
GREEN
ORANGE
BROWN
BLU-WH
BROWN
RED
BLUE
RED
BLACK
RED
BLUE
BLUE
GREEN
BLACK
BROWN
WHITE
BR-WH
Description of all Functions
Wiring Diagram
INARCO CONNECTOR
STOCKO CONNECTOR
Description of all Functions
SUNBEAM 2003
STANDARD
PROGRAMMES
b6
b5
b4
b3
b2
b1
b0
TIME ADJUSTMENT
BASIC FUNCTION
PROGRAMME STEP
HALF LOAD VALVE
MOTOR DISTRIBUTOR
OUTPUTS
DETERGENT & RINSE AID
MD
b7
REGENERATOR VALVE
MD
4
CP
FILL VALVE
5
DRAIN PUMP
6
WASH PUMP
RUNNING
INTENSIVE
SHORT
ECONOMY
STANDARD
PROGRAMME STEP
PREWASH
7
FAGOR
HEATING ELEMENT
8
MOTOR FAN
6
CONDITION FOR STEP
5
BED
4
RELIABILITY
3
USER
TUI
2
ENDURANCE
I
1
DATE: 2-03-2004
FUNCTIONS
PREWASH
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MC
MC
MC
MC
MC
MC
MC
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MC
MC
MC
MC
MC
MC
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MC
MC
MC
MC
MC
MC
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MC
MC
MC
MC
MC
MC
MC
RE
RE
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
DS 2
MN empty
ío
30 s ec
DS 2
20 s ec
5 s ec
15 s ec
MN full
5 min
12 min
55 C + 10 min
75 C
1 min
DS 2
MN empty
í
10 s ec
20 s ec
0
1
DR AIN
C
C
C
C
C
WASH
DS 2
20 s ec
5 s ec
15 s ec
MN full
1 min
75 C
68 C + 12 min
65 C + 17 min
52 C + 14 min
55 C + 10 min
2 min
15 min
10 min
3 min
DS 2
MN empty
í
10 s ec
40 s ec
20 s ec
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
4
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
3
34
35
36
F ILL
WAS H
DR AIN
I
F ILL
WAS H
DR AIN
RINSE I
DS 2
20 s ec
5 s ec
15 s ec
MN full
6 min
DS 2
MN empty
í
10 s ec
20 s ec
C
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
4
45
46
F ILL
WAS H
DR AIN
RINSE II
RE
RE
SP
SP
MD
RE
SP
MD
RE
MD
MD
RE
RE
DS 2
20 s ec
5 s ec
15 s ec
MN full
2 min
75 C
65 C + 8 min
55 C + 6 min
1 min
4 min
2 min
65 C
65 C
68 C
70 C
30 s ec
DS 2
MN empty
í
40 s ec
20 s ec
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
5
66
67
F ILL
WAS H
DR AIN
I
DRY
68
69
70
71
72
73 MD
74
75
76
77
78
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
MD
10 min
30 min
14 min
2 min
1 min
68
69
70
71
72
DS 2
MN empty
í
20 s ec
30 min
R E S TAR T
S T OP
73
4
75
76
77
78
END OF PROGRAMME
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DR Y
DR AIN
I
E ND P R OG .
Notes on PROGRAMMES:
MD Motor dis tributor.
RE E lectronic regeneration.
ó
ó
Alternate was h.
C
SP E xtra drying.
Half load.
Half load filter.
0
1
2
3 MD
4
5 MC
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13 MD
14
15
16
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