SERVICE MANUAL - Appliance Factory Parts
ELECTRIC & GAS DRYER
SERVICE MANUAL
CAUTION
READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY IN ORDER TO
PROPERLY DIAGNOSE PROBLEMS AND TO SAFELY
PROVIDE QUALITY SERVICE ON THESE DRYERS.
MODEL : CDE3379WD/CDG3389WD
CDE3379WN/CDG3389WN
NOV. 2006 PRINTED IN KOREA
P/No.:3828EL3005K
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
The information in this service guide is intended for use by individuals possessing skill and experience in
electrical, electronic, and mechanical appliance repair. Any attempt to repair a major appliance may result
in personal injury and property damage. The manufacturer or seller cannot be responsible for the
interpretation of this information, nor can it assume any liability in connection with its use.
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WARNING
To avoid personal injury, disconnect power before servicing this product. If electrical power is required
for diagnosis or test purposes, disconnect the power immediately after performing the necessary checks.
RECONNECT ALL GROUNDING DEVICES
If grounding wires, screws, straps, clips, nuts, or washers used to complete a path to ground are
removed for service, they must be returned to their original position and properly fastened.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
■ Do not try to light a match, or cigarette, or turn on
any gas or electrical appliance.
■ Do not touch any electrical switches. Do not use any
phone in your building.
■ Clear the room, building or area of all occupants.
■ Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s
phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions
carefully.
■ If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire
department.
IMPORTANT
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Sensitive Electronics
ESD problems are present everywhere. ESD may damage or weaken the electronic
control assembly. The new control assembly may appear to work well after repair is
finished, but failure may occur at a later date due to ESD stress.
■ Use an anti-static wrist strap. Connect wrist strap to green ground connection point or unpainted
metal in the appliance.
- OR -
Touch your finger repeatedly to a green ground connection point or unpainted metal
in the appliance.
■ Before removing the part from its package, touch the anti-static bag to a green ground connection
point or unpainted metal in the appliance.
■ Avoid touching electronic parts or terminal contacts. Handle electronic control assembly by edges only.
■ Observe above instructions when repackaging failed electronic control assembly in an anti-static bag.
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CONTENTS
1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..................................................................................................................4
2. SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................................................................10
3. FEATURES AND BENEFITS ............................................................................................................................... 12
4. INITIAL STEPS FOR INSTALLING YOUR DRYER ...................................................................................................13
5. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................................................................18
6. ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRIC DRYERS .........................................................................................20
7. ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR GAS DRYERS ................................................................................................25
8. GAS REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................................................................26
9. EXHAUST REQUIREMENTS AND MAINTENANCE..............................................................................................27
10. DRYER CYCLE PROCESS ................................................................................................................................ 29
11. COMPONENT TESTING INFORMATION .........................................................................................................30
12. MOTOR DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC ............................................................................................................33
13. CONTROL LAYOUT .......................................................................................................................................34
14. WIRING DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................................................35
15. DIAGNOSTIC TEST.........................................................................................................................................36
15-1. TEST 1 120VAC ELECTRICAL SUPPLY ...................................................................................................37
15-2. TEST 2 THERMISTOR TEST ...................................................................................................................40
15-3. TEST 3 MOTOR TEST ..........................................................................................................................41
15-4. TEST 4 MOISTURE SENSOR ...............................................................................................................42
15-5. TEST 5 DOOR SWITCH TEST ..............................................................................................................43
15-6. TEST 6 HEATER SWITCH TEST - ELECTRIC MODEL ................................................................................44
15-7. TEST 7 GAS VALVE TEST - GAS MODEL ..............................................................................................45
15-8. TEST 8 SEMI CONDUCTOR .................................................................................................................46
16. CHANGE GAS SETTING (NATURAL GAS, PROPANE GAS) ............................................................................47
17. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................................................................49
18. EXPLODED VIEW ...........................................................................................................................................56
18-1. CONTROL PANEL & PLATE ASSEMBLY...................................................................................................56
18-2. CABINET & DOOR ASSEMBLY...............................................................................................................57
18-3-1. DRUM & MOTOR ASSEMBLY: ELECTRIC MODEL .................................................................................58
18-3-2. DRUM & MOTOR ASSEMBLY: GAS MODEL ........................................................................................59
19. REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST..............................................................................................................................60
20. MAINTENANCE.............................................................................................................................................64
21. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE...........................................................................................................................65
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
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WARNING For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire
or explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or loss of life.
Your Safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance.
Always read and obey all safety messages.
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This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word DANGER or WARNING.
These words mean:
DANGER You can be killed or seriously injured if you don’t Immediately follow instructions.
WARNING You can be killed or seriously injured if you don’t follow instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how the reduce the
chance of injury, and tell you what can happen if the instructions are not followed.
BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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WARNING To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using your
appliance, follow basic precautions, including the following:
remove the door to the drying compartment.
• Do not allow children to play on or in the dryer.
Close supervision of children is necessary when the
dryer is used near children.
• Do not use fabric softeners or products to eliminate
static unless recommended by the manufacturer of the
fabric softener or product.
• Do not use heat to dry articles containing foam rubber
or similarly textured rubber-like materials.
• Keep area around the exhaust opening and adjacent
surrounding areas free from the accumulation of lint,
dust, and dirt.
• The interior of the dryer and exhaust vent should be
cleaned periodically by qualified service personnel.
• Do not install or store the dryer where it will be exposed
to the weather.
• Do not reach into the dryer while parts are moving.
• Always check the inside of the dryer for foreign objects
• Clean lint screen before or after each load.
• Read all instructions before using the dryer.
• Before use, the dryer must be properly installed as
described in this manual.
• Do not place items exposed to cooking oils in your
dryer. Items contaminated with cooking oils may
contribute to a chemical reaction that could cause a
load to catch fire.
Do not dry articles that have been previously cleaned in,
washed in, soaked in, or spotted with gasoline, drycleaning solvents, other flammable or explosive
substances as they give off vapors that could ignite or
explode.
• Do not reach into the dryer if the drum is moving.
• Do not repair or replace any part of the dryer or attempt
any servicing unless specifically recommended in this
Use and Care Guide or in published user-repair
instructions that you understand and have the skills to
carry out.
• Do not tamper with the controls.
• Before the dryer is removed from service or discarded,
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
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WARNING For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of
fire or explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or loss
of life.
• Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity
of this appliance or any other appliance.
• Installation and service must be performed
by a qualified installer, service agency, or
the gas supplier.
BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
!
WARNING To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using your
appliance, follow basic precautions, including the following:
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING - Improper connection of the
This appliance must be grounded.
In the event of malfunction or breakdown,
grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock
by providing a path of least resistance for
electric current. This appliance must be
equipped with a cord having an equipmentgrounding conductor and a grounding plug.
The plug must be plugged into an appropriate
outlet that is properly installed and grounded
in accordance with all local codes and
ordinances.
equipment- rounding conductor can result in a
risk of electric shock. Check with a qualified
electrician or service person if you are in doubt
as to whether the appliance is properly
grounded.
Do not modify the plug provided with the
appliance.
If it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
This appliance must be connected to a
grounded metal, permanent wiring system or an
equipment-grounding conductor must be run
with the circuit conductors and connected to the
equipment-grounding terminal or lead on the
appliance.
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READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
!
WARNING For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of
fire or explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or loss
of life.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
!
WARNING To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using the
appliance, follow basic precautions, including the following:
1. Do not try to light a match or cigarette, or
turn on any gas or electrical appliance.
2. Do not touch any electrical switches.
Do not use any phone in your building.
4. Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s
phone. Follow the gas supplier’s
instructions carefully.
3. Clear the room, building, or area of all
occupants.
5. If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call
the fire department.
CALIFORNIA SAFE DRINKING WATER AND TOXIC ENFORCEMENT ACT
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WARNING To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using the
appliance, follow basic precautions, including the following:
This act requires the governor of California to publish a list of substances known to the state
to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm and requires businesses to warn
customers of potential exposure to such substances.
Gas appliances can cause minor exposure to four of these substances, namely benzene,
carbon monxide, formaldehyde, and soot, caused primarily by the incomplete combustion of
natural gas or LP fuels.
Properly adjusted dryers will minimize incomplete combustion. Exposure to these substances
can be minimized further by properly venting the dryer to the outdoors.
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READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
!
WARNING For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of
fire or explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or loss
of life.
SAFETY INSTRUCTION FOR INSTALLATION
!
WARNING To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using the
appliance, follow basic precautions, including the following:
• Properly ground dryer to conform with
all governing codes and ordinances.
Follow details in the installation
instructions.
• Connect to a properly rated, protected,
and sized power circuit to avoid
electrical overload.
Improper power circuit can melt, creating
electrical shock and/or fire hazard.
Electrical shock can result if the dryer is not
properly grounded.
• Remove all packing items and dispose
of all shipping materials properly.
• Before use, the dryer must be properly
installed as described in this manual.
Failure to do so can result in death,
explosion, fire or burns.
Electrical shock can result if the dryer is not
properly grounded.
• Place dryer at least 18 in. above the floor
for a garage installation.
• Install and store the dryer where it will
not be exposed to temperatures below
freezing or exposed to the weather.
Failure to do so can result in death,
explosion, fire, or burns.
All repairs and servicing must be performed
by an authorized servicer unless specifically
recommended in this Owner's Guide.
Use only authorized factory parts.
Failure to follow this warning can cause
serious injury,fire, electrical shock or death.
• Do not install the washer in humid
spaces to reduce the risk of electric
shock.
Failure to follow this warning can cause
serious injury,fire, electrical shock, or death.
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READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
!
WARNING For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of
fire or explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or loss
of life.
SAFETY INSTRUCTION FOR INSTALLATION (cont.)
Exhaust/Ducting:
• Gas dryers MUST be exhausted to the
outside.
Failure to follow these instructions can result
in fire or death.
• The dryer exhaust system must be
exhausted to the outside of the dwelling.
If the dryer is not exhausted outdoors, some
fine lint and large amounts of moisture will
be expelled into the laundry area. An
accumulation of lint in any area of the home
can create a health and fire hazard.
• Use only rigid metal or flexible metal 4in.
Diameter ductwork inside the dryer
cabinet or for exhausting to the outside.
• Ductwork is not provided with the dryer,
and you should obtain the necessary
ductwork locally. The end cap should
have hinged dampers to prevent back
draft when the dryer is not in use.
Failure to follow these instructions can result
in fire or death.
• The exhaust duct must be 4 in. (10 cm)
in diameter with no obstructions. The
exhaust duct should be kept as short as
possible. Make sure to clean any old
ducts before installing your new dryer.
Failure to follow these instructions can result
in fire or death.
Use of plastic or other combustible ductwork
can cause a fire. Punctured ductwork can
cause a fire if it collapses or becomes
otherwise restricted in use or during
installation.
• Rigid or semi rigid metal ducting is
recommended for use between the dryer
and the wall. In special installations when
it is impossible to make a connection
with the above recommendations, a ULlisted flexible metal transition duct may
be used between the dryer and wall
connection only. The use of this ducting
will affect drying time.
Failure to follow these instructions can result
in fire or death.
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• DO NOT use sheet metal screws or other
fasteners which extend into the duct that
could catch lint and reduce the efficiency
of the exhaust system. Secure all joints
with duct tape. For complete details,
follow the Installation Instructions.
Failure to follow these instructions can result
in fire or death.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
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WARNING For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of
fire or explosion, electric shock, or to prevent property damage, personal injury, or loss
of life.
SAFETY INSTRUCTION FOR CONNECTING ELECTRICITY
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WARNING To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or injury to persons when using the appliance,
follow basic precautions, including the following :
• Do not, under any circumstances, cut or
remove the ground prong from the power
cord.
• The dryer should always be plugged into
a dedicated electrical outlet which has a
voltage rating that matches the rating
plate.
To prevent personal injury or damage to the
dryer, the electrical power cord must be
plugged into a properly grounded
This provides the best performance and also
prevents overloading house wiring circuits
which could cause a fire hazard from
overheated wires.
• For personal safety, this dryer must be
properly grounded.
• Never unplug your dryer by pulling on
the power cord. Always grip plug firmly
and pull straight out from the outlet.
Failure to do so can result in electrical shock
or injury
• Refer to the installation instructions in
this manual for specific electrical
requirements for your model.
The power cord can be cut by any
movement of the core, resulting in electrical
shock.
Failure to follow these instructions can
create electrical shock and/or a fire hazard.
• Repair or replace immediately all power
cords that have become frayed or
otherwise damaged. Do not use a cord
that shows cracks or abrasion damage
along its length or at either end.
• This dryer must be plugged into a
properly grounded outlet.
Electrical shock can result if the dryer is not
properly grounded.
These power cords can melt, creating
electrical shock and/or fire hazard.
• Have the wall outlet and circuit checked
by a qualified electrician to make sure
the outlet is properly grounded.
• When installing or moving the dryer, be
careful not to pinch, crush, or damage
the power cord.
This will prevent shock hazard and assure
stability during operating.
This will prevent injury and damage to the
dryer from fire and electrical shock.
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SPECIFICATIONS
■ Name: Electric or Gas Dryer
■ Power supply: Please refer to the rating label regarding detailed information.
■ Size: 27(W) X 38.69(H) X 29.96(D) (inch)
■ Dryer capacity: IEC 7.3 cu.ft.
■ Weight: 126 (Ibs)
❇ Specifications are subject to change by manufacturer.
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CDE3379WD
CDW3379WN
ITEM
CDG3389WD
CDG3389WN
TYPE
Electric
Gas (LNG)
POWER SUPPLY
120/240V, 24 Amps
120V, 7 Amps
REMARK
Color
White
Top Plate
Porcelain Coating
Door Trim
Stainless Deco (Hair line)
Door Frame
Chrom
C/Panel Color
Silver
MOTOR
250W (4.5V)
AC 120V
HEATER
5400W (22.5A)
AC 240V (ELECTRIC MODEL)
GAS VALVE
13W (110mA) x 2
MATERIAL &
FINISH
ELECTRICITY
CONSUMPTION
CONTROL TYPE
Electronic
DRUM CAPACITY
IEC 7.3 cu.ft.
Weight (lbs.) - Net/Gross
126/144
No. of Programs
3
Audible End of Cycle Beeper
Available
Time dry
Available
Reversible Door
Available
Drum
Stainless Steel
Product (WxHxD)
27(W) x 38.69(H) x 29.96(D) (Inch)
Packing (WxHxD)
29.53(W) x 45.67(H) x 31.30(D) (Inch)
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AC 120V (GAS MODEL)
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FEATURES AND BENEFITS
■ CARD TYPE (CDE3379WD/CDG3389WD)
1
5
2
4
3
■ COIN TYPE (CDE3379WN/CDG3389WN)
1
5
1. DISPLAY LED
2. CYCLE BUTTON
3. START BUTTON
2
4
3
4. STATUS LED
5. CYCLE LED
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INITIAL STEPS FOR INSTALLING YOUR DRYER
The following instructions will help guide you through the initial steps of setting up your dryer for use.
Please note that every section of this manual provides important information regarding the preparation and
use of your dryer, and it is important that you review this entire manual before proceeding with any
installation or use. More detailed instructions concerning electrical connections, gas connections, and
exhaust requirements are provided at other parts of this manual.
Certain minimum clearances are required
above, behind, and to the sides of the unit, as
shown below. Those required minimum clearances
are set forth in the picture below. Please also keep the
following instructions in mind when installing in a
closet or recessed area:
• Consider allowing additional clearance for
installation and servicing.
• Wall, door and floor molding may force additional
clearances.
• An additional inch of clearance is recommended to
minimize noise transfer .
• Consider space needed for companion appliances.
• For closet installations, the picture below shows the
minimum required ventilation openings for the door.
A louvered door with comparable ventilation openings
is also acceptable.
STEP 1 Positioning the Dryer.
Choose a location with a solid floor for your dryer.
Place the dryer at least eighteen inches above the
floor for a garage installation. After placing the
dryer in the desired location, please make sure that
it has the required clearances shown below, and
sections on Exhaust and Maintenance requirements.
49.8”
(126.4 cm)
38.7”
(98.3 cm)
ventilation
hole
27”
(68.6 cm)
29.96”
(76.1 cm)
* Most installations require a minimum 5 1/2 in.
(14 cm) clearance behind the dryer for the exhaust
vent with elbow.
Note
ventilation
hole
Level the dryer using the leveling legs and tighten
the adjusting nuts to hold them in place.
All four legs should be placed firmly on a solid
and even floor.
If the dryer is not level, the clothes will not tumble
properly and the sensor will not be able to detect
the dryness level accurately.
Adjust the leveling legs carefully to avoid injury.
Closet door
Closet-Side view
Note
No other fuel-burning appliance shall be installed
in the same closet as the dryer.
This applies only to dryers suitable for installation
in a closet.
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Closet-Front view
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Once in position, adjust the leveling legs of the dryer
until it is level from left to right and from front to
back. The leveling legs must remain firmly on the
floor and the dryer should not rock. The maximum
slope of the dryer from left to right or from front to
back should not exceed 2.5 cm (1 inch). If the dryer
is not level, and if the slope exceeds 2.5 cm (1 inch),
a load may not tumble properly and internal sensors
may malfunction. Note: Other sections of this
manual also provide important information
concerning the placement of and clearances for your
dryer. Please review this entire manual before
proceeding with any installation.
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STEP
STEP 22: Procedure for Reversing
the Door
The door on your dryer can be installed to open
either to the left or the right. Follow these
procedures to reverse the direction in which your
door opens:
Note
Door and latch should be aligned at the center
when closed. Otherwise, the door will not open,
close, or latch properly.
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■ ALTERNATE EXHAUST DIRECTIONS
STEP 3 Connecting the Exhaust
and Venting System.
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1. Remove the screw that attaches the duct's tab to
the dryer.
WARNING
• Use a heavy metal vent.
• Do not use plastic or thin foil duct.
• Clean old ducts before installing this dryer
• Failure to follow these instructions can
result in death or fire.
2-1. Detach and remove the knockout that
matches the desired venting direction
(Right side not available on Gas Dryers)
Follow steps 1, 2, and 3, as shown
below.
Note
Vent pipe and fittings must be installed with the
smaller ends facing away from the dryer.
Incorrect installation of the vent and improper
taping of the joints will interfere with correct
dryer and vent function.
In addition to the following warnings, please refer to
manual section on Exhaust Requirements and
Maintenance. IMPORTANT: To reduce the risk of fire,
combustion, and gas accumulation, the dryer must be
vented to the outdoors. Please follow the instructions
(and all others in this manual) very carefully.
• Do not use plastic or thin foil duct.
• Use 4" (10.2 cm) diameter rigid or semi-rigid
metal duct (note: venting materials are not
supplied with the dryer, and you must obtain the
venting materials necessary for proper installation)
• Position the dryer so the exhaust duct run is as
short as possible.
• Clean old ducts before installing this dryer
• The male end of each section of exhaust duct must
point away from the dryer
• Use as few elbow joints as possible.
• Use duct tape on all duct joints
• Insulate ductwork that runs through unheated
areas in order to reduce condensation and lint
build-up on pipe walls; and
• PLEASE BE AWARE THAT FAILURE TO
EXHAUST THE DRYER CORRECTLY WILL
VOID THE DRYER’S WARRANTY.
2-2. Reconnect the duct to the blower
housing and attach the duct to the base.
The side vent kit is available as a
service part, #383EEL9001B.
3-1. Pre-assemble a 4" elbow with a 4" duct.
Wrap duct tape around joint.
3-2. Insert the elbow duct assembly first through
the side opening and connect the elbow to
the internal duct.
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STEP 4 Connection of Gas Supply
STEP 5 Electrical Plug Connections
(Gas dryer only). In addition to the following,
please refer to manual section on Gas Requirements
and Instructions.
Following are several warnings and instructions
concerning making the electrical connection for electric
dryers. More detailed information concerning the
electrical connection is provided at the manual section
entitled Electrical Requirements for Electric Dryer.
It is important that you thoroughly review that section,
and the remainder of this manual before taking any
steps to install or use this dryer.
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3. Equipment Shut-Off ValveInstalled within 6'(1.8m) of dryer
1. Use only a new U.L. listed No. 10 (copper wire only)
three conductor power supply cord kit rated 240
Volts (minimum) 30 Amperes and labeled as suitable
for use in a clothes dryer.
2. Four-wire cord is required for manufactured (mobile)
home installations and use and where local codes do
not allow grounding of this appliance through
neutral.
4. Iron Pipe. Shorter than 20'(6.1m)
Use 3/8" pipe. Longer than 20'(6.1m) - Use 1/2" pipe.
3. Electrical Plug Connections.
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1. New stainless steel flexible connector. Use this type of
connector only if allowed by local codes. Use Design AGA
Certified Connector.
2. 1/8" NPT Pipe Plug (for checking inlet gas pressure)
5. 3/8" N.P.T. Gas Connection
4. For additional instruction on connecting the dryer to
an electrical power source, please refer to this
manual’s section on Electrical Requirements and
Electric Dryer.
6. Apply pipe joint compound or about 1 1/2 wraps of Teflon
tape over all threaded connection
Note
Make sure the burner orifice is proper for the type of
gas you are provided with.
For instance, using LPG with LNG orifice will result
in death, fire, or explosion. Using LNG with LPG
orifice will not ignite burner.
If needed, orifice conversion should be done by a
qualified service technician and mark or place the
label of the current type of orifice on the dryer.
1. Confirm that the type of gas available in your laundry
room is appropriate for the dryer. The dryer is prepared
for Natural Gas with a 3/8" NPT gas connection.
2. Remove the shipping cap from the gas connection at the
back of the dryer. Make sure that you don’t damage the
threads of the gas connection pipe when you remove the
shipping cap.
3. Connect the dryer to your laundry room’s gas supply
using a new flexible stainless steel connector (as noted
below, only use a new stainless steel flexible connector if
allowed by your local codes).
4. Securely tighten all connections between the dryer and
your laundry room’s gas supply. Turn on your laundry
room’s gas supply and check all pipe connections (both
internal and external) for gas leaks with a non-corrosive
leak detection fluid. Refer to Part 7 (page 20)
5. For LP (Liquefied Petroleum) gas connection, refer to
this manual’s section entitled Gas Requirements and
Instructions.
Note
Burner input requirements:
Adjusting burner input setting is not needed (at the
elevation up to 10,000 feet) because AGA certifies this
dryer will not have any problem with the BTU rating.
If your house is at above 10,000 feet, you are required
to adjust a four percent (4%) reduction of the burner
BTU rating indicated on the model/serial rating plate.
! WARNING
• Use a new UL approved 30 amp power
supply cord or 10 gauge solid copper wire.
• Use a UL approved strain relief.
• Disconnect power before making electrical
connections.
• Connect neutral wire (white or center wire)
to center terminal.
• Ground wire (green or bare wire) must be
connected to green ground connector.
• Securely tighten all electrical connections
• See installation instructions for complete
instructions.
• Failure to do so can result in fire or
electrical shock.
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STEP 6 Preparation of the Dryer
STEP 8 Dryer Airflow
Prior to the first use of this appliance, use allpurpose cleaning products or a solution of detergent
and water, with damp clothes to remove from the
inside of the dryer drum/drying compartment any
dust or dirt that may have accumulated the inside of
the dryer. Plug-in your dryer after reviewing the
following parts on your dryer’s Electrical
Requirements.
Effective dryer operation requires appropriate dryer
airflow. The adequacy of the airflow can be
measured by evaluating the static pressure. Static
pressure in the exhaust duct can be measured with a
manometer, placed on the exhaust duct
approximately 2 ft. (60.9 cm) from the dryer. Static
pressure in the exhaust duct should not exceed 0.6
inches (1.5 cm). The dryer should be checked with
the dryer running with no load.
Measuring Static Pressure
STEP 7 Confirming Heat Source
Operation
Confirming Heat Source in Gas Dryers
Manometer
1
Close the door to the dryer drum/drying
compartment and, after completing all steps in this
manual for proper installation of this dryer, start the
dryer on a heat setting, as described more fully in
the operating instructions that accompany the dryer.
After the dryer starts, the igniter will glow red and
the main burner will ignite.
Warning: If all air is not purged from the gas line,
the gas igniter may go off before the gas and the
main burner have ignited. If this happens, the
igniter will re-attempt gas ignition after
approximately two minutes.
Exhaust
Duct
2
MAXIMUM STATIC
PRESSURE IN
WATER COLUMN
Confirming Heat Source in Electric Dryers
0.6 inche (1.5 cm)
Close the door to the dryer drum/drying
compartment and, after completing all steps in this
manual for proper installation of this dryer, start the
dryer on a heat setting, as described more fully in
the operating instructions that accompany the dryer.
The exhaust air or the exhaust pipe should be warm
after the dryer has been operating for three minutes.
! WARNING
• The dryer must be disconnected from the
gas supply piping system during pressure
testing.
• Failure to do so can result in death,
explosion, or fire.
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5
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Assembly Coin/Card Type Housing
1 Coin/Card housing
How to connect the housing
The dryer has a connector for both a coin collector and a card reader. Use the one you need and tuck the other one
away safely.
2
COIN TYPE
❇ When power on the machine at
first time without connecting card
reader or coin housing ,display
will show LqC1
Coin housing
Card reader
housing
3
CARD TYPE
!
WARNING
• Disconnect power before service.
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in
death or electrical shock.
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Connect Gas Supply Pipe (Gas Dryer ONLY)
For further assistance, refer to section on Gas Requirements.
1. Make certain your dryer is equipped for use with the
type of gas in your laundry room. Dryer is equipped
at the factory for natural gas with a 3/8” NPT gas
connection.
2. Remove the shipping cap from the gas connection
at the rear of the dryer. Make sure you do not
damage the pipe thread when removing the cap.
3. Connect to gas supply pipe using a new flexible
stainless steel connector.
4. Tighten all connections securely. Turn on gas and
check all pipe connections (internal & external) for
gas leaks with a non-corrosive leak detection fluid.
5. For L.P. (Liquefied Petroleum) gas connection, refer
to section on Gas Requirements.
1
2
5
3
4
1 New Stainless Steel Flexible Connector - Use
only if allowed by local codes (Use Design
A.G.A. Certified Connector)
2 1/8” N.P.T. Pipe Plug
(for checking inlet gas pressure)
3 Equipment Shut-Off Valve-Installed within 6’
(1.8 m) of dryer
4 Black Iron Pipe
Shorter than 20’ (6.1 m) - Use 3/8” pipe
Longer than 20’ (6.1 m) - Use 1/2” pipe
5 3/8” N.P.T. Gas Connection
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6
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRIC DRYERS
WARNING:
!
To help prevent fire, electric shock, serious injury or death, the wiring and
grounding must conform to the latest edition of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 and all
applicable local regulations. Please contact a qualified electrician to check your home’s wiring and
fuses to ensure that your home has adequate electrical power to operate the dryer.
WARNING:
!
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using this
appliance, follow basic precautions, including the following:
• If branch circuit to dryer is 15 ft. (4.5 m)
or less in length, use UL (Underwriters
Laboratories) listed No.-10 AWG wire
(copper wire only), or as required by local
codes. If over 15 ft. (4.50 m), use UL-listed
No.-8 AWG wire (copper wire only), or as
required by local codes. Allow sufficient
slack in wiring so dryer can be moved from
its normal location when necessary. Failure
to do so can result in fire, explosion, or death.
• The power cord (pigtail) connection between
wall receptacle and dryer terminal block
IS NOT supplied with dryer. Type of pigtail
and gauge of wire must conform to local
codes and with instructions on the following
pages. Failure to follow these instructions can
result in fire, explosion, or death.
• A 4-wire connection is required for all mobile
and manufactured home installations, as
well as all new construction after January
1, 1996. A 4-wire connection must be used
where local codes do not permit grounding
through the neutral wire. Failure to do so can
result in fire, explosion, or death.
• This dryer must be connected to a grounded
metal, permanent wiring system, or an
equipment- rounding conductor must be run
with the circuit conductors and connected
to the equipment-grounding terminal or lead
on the dryer. Failure to do so can result in fire,
explosion, or death.
• The dryer has its own terminal block that
must be connected to a separate 240 VAC,
60-Hertz, single-phase circuit, fused at 30
amperes (the circuit must be fused on both
sides of the line). ELECTRICAL SERVICE
FOR THE DRYER SHOULD BE OF THE
MAXIMUM RATE VOLTAGE LISTED ON THE
NAMEPLATE. DO NOT CONNECT DRYER TO
110-, 115-, OR 120-VOLT CIRCUIT. Heating
elements are available for field installation
in dryers which are to be connected to an
electrical service of a different voltage than
that listed on the rating plate. Failure to follow
these instructions can result in fire, explosion,
or death.
!
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using this
appliance, follow basic precautions, including the following:
• A 4-wire connection is required for all mobile
and manufactured home installations, as well
as all new construction after January 1, 1996.
Failure to do so can result in fire, explosion, or
death.
• Any installation in a manufactured or mobile
home must comply with the Manufactured
Home Construction and Safety Standards
Title 24 CFR, Part 32-80 or Standard CAN/
CSA0Z240 MH and local codes and ordinances.
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!
WARNING:
• Connect the power cord to the terminal block. Each colored wire should be connected to
same color screw. Wire color indicated on manual is connected to the same color screw
in block. Failure to follow these instructions may result in a short or overload.
• Grounding through the neutral conductor is prohibited for: (1) new branch-circuit
installations, (2) mobile homes, (3) recreational vehicles, and (4) areas where local
codes prohibit grounding through the neutral conductor.
• A 4-wire connection is required for all mobile
and manufactured home installations, as well
as all new construction after January 1, 1996.
• A UL-listed strain relief is required.
• Use a 30-amp, 240V, UL-listed power cord
with #10 AWG-minimum copper conductor
and closed loop or forked terminals with
upturned ends.
Terminal
Block
Neutral Hot
Hot
(Black) (White) (Red)
UL-Listed
Strain Relief
Ground Screw
UL-Listed
4-Wire
Power Cord
1
Power Cord
Ground Wire
2 Transfer the dryer’s ground wire from behind
the green ground screw to the center screw
of the terminal block. Attach the two hot
leads of the power cord to the outer terminal
block screws. Attach the white neutral wire
to the center terminal block screw. Attach the
power cord ground wire to the green ground
screw. TIGHTEN ALL SCREWS SECURELY.
Reinstall the terminal block access cover.
Remove the terminal block access cover
on the upper back of the dryer. Install a
UL-listed strain relief into the power cord
through-hole; then thread a UL-listed, 30A,
240V, 4-wire, #10 AWG-minimum copper
conductor power cord through the
strain relief.
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CONNECTING ELECTRIC DRYERS (cont.)
!
WARNING:
• Connect the power cord to the terminal block. Each colored wire should be connected to
same color screw. Wire color indicated on manual is connected to the same color screw
in block. Failure to follow these instructions may result in a short or overload.
• Grounding through the neutral conductor is prohibited for: (1) new branch-circuit
installations, (2) mobile homes, (3) recreational vehicles, and (4) areas where local
codes prohibit grounding through the neutral conductor.
Four-Wire Connection for Electric Dryers: Direct Wire
• A 4-wire connection is required for all mobile
and manufactured home installations, as well
as all new construction after January 1, 1996.
• A UL-listed strain relief is required.
• Use UL-listed 4-wire #10 AWG-minimum copper
conductor cable.
• Allow at least 5 ft (1.5 m) length to allow for
removal and reinstallation of the dryer.
Terminal
Block
1" (2.5 cm)
UL-Listed
Strain Relief
Ground Wire
UL-Listed
4-Wire
Power Cord
5"
(12.7 cm)
1
2
Remove 5 inches (12.7 cm) of the outer
covering from the wire. Remove 5 inches
of insulation from the ground wire. Cut off
approximately 11⁄2 inches (3.8 cm) from the
the other three wires and strip 1 inch (2.5
cm) insulation from each wire. Bend
the ends of the three shorter wires into
a hook shape.
Neutral Hot
Hot
(Black) (White) (Red)
Ground Screw
Ground Wire
3 Transfer the dryer’s ground wire from behind
the green ground screw to the center screw
of the terminal block. Attach the two hot
leads of the power cable to the outer terminal
block screws. Attach the white neutral wire
to the center terminal block screw. Attach the
power cable ground wire to the green ground
screw. TIGHTEN ALL SCREWS SECURELY.
Reinstall the terminal block access cover.
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Remove the terminal block access cover
on the upper back of the dryer. Install a
UL-listed strain relief into the power cord
through-hole; then thread the power cable
prepared in Step 1 through the strain relief.
!
WARNING:
• Connect the power cord to the terminal block. Each colored wire should be connected to
same color screw. Wire color indicated on manual is connected to the same color screw
in block. Failure to follow these instructions may result in a short or overload.
• Grounding through the neutral conductor is prohibited for: (1) new branch-circuit
installations, (2) mobile homes, (3) recreational vehicles, and (4) areas where local
codes prohibit grounding through the neutral conductor.
• A 3-wire connection is NOT permitted on new
construction after January 1, 1996.
• A UL-listed strain relief is required.
• Use a 30-amp, 240V, UL-listed power cord
with #10 AWG-minimum copper conductor
and closed loop or forked terminals with
upturned ends.
Neutral Hot
Hot
(Black) (White) (Red)
Terminal
Block
UL-Listed
Strain Relief
UL-Listed
3-Wire
Power Cord
Ground Screw
Ground Wire
2 Attach the two hot leads of the power cord
to the outer terminal block screws. Attach
the neutral wire to the center terminal block
screw. Connect the external ground (if
required by local codes) to the green ground
screw. TIGHTEN ALL SCREWS SECURELY.
Reinstall the terminal block access cover.
1 Remove the terminal block access cover
on the upper back of the dryer. Install a
UL-listed strain relief into the power cord
through-hole; then thread a UL-listed, 30A,
240V, 3-wire, #10 AWG-minimum copper
conductor power cord through the strain
relief.
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!
WARNING:
• Connect the power cord to the terminal block. Each colored wire should be connected to
same color screw. Wire color indicated on manual is connected to the same color screw
in block. Failure to follow these instructions may result in a short or overload.
• Grounding through the neutral conductor is prohibited for: (1) new branch-circuit
installations, (2) mobile homes, (3) recreational vehicles, and (4) areas where local
codes prohibit grounding through the neutral conductor.
• A 3-wire connection is NOT permitted on new
construction after January 1, 1996.
• A UL-listed strain relief is required.
• Use UL-listed 3-wire #10 AWG-minimum copper
conductor cable.
• Allow at least 5 ft (1.5 m) length to allow for
removal and reinstallation of the dryer.
Terminal
Block
1" (2.5 cm)
UL-Listed
Strain Relief
UL-Listed
3-Wire
Power Cord
1
2
Remove 31⁄2 inches (8.9 cm) of the outer
covering from the wire. Strip 1 inch (2.5 cm)
insulation from each wire. Bend the ends of
the three wires into a hook shape.
Neutral Hot
Hot
(Black) (White) (Red)
Ground Screw
Ground Wire
3 Attach the two hot leads of the power cord
to the outer terminal block screws. Attach
the neutral wire to the center terminal block
screw. Connect the external ground (if
required by local codes) to the green ground
screw. TIGHTEN ALL SCREWS SECURELY.
Reinstall the terminal block access cover.
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Remove the terminal block access cover
on the upper back of the dryer. Install a
UL-listed strain relief into the power cord
through-hole; then thread the power cable
prepared in Step 1 through the strain relief.
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR GAS DRYERS
120 Volt, 60 Hertz, with 3-Prong Grounding Plug
Following are additional instructions regarding electrical connections and requirements for gas dryers.
!
Warning: The wiring and grounding must conform to the latest edition of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1, and all applicable local regulations. Please contact a
qualified electrician to check your home's wiring and fuses to ensure that your home has adequate electrical power
to operate the dryer. Failure to do so can result in fire or electrical shock.
Electrical Requirements for Your Dryer:
a) Please note that the wiring diagram is provided
inside the dryer control hood. Label all wires
prior to disconnection when servicing the dryer,
because wiring errors can cause serious injury to
you and your dryer.
b) Your dryer is designed to be used on a separate
branch, polarized, three-wire, effectively
grounded, 120 Volt, 60 Hertz, AC (alternating
current) circuit protected by a 15 Ampere fuse,
equivalent fuse or circuit breaker.
c) Use separately fused circuits for washers and
dryers, and DO NOT operate a washer and a
dryer on the same circuit.
STANDARD 120 VOLT, 60 HERTZ, 3-WIRE
EFFECTIVELY GROUNDED CIRCUIT
1
2
3
4
5
! WARNING!
• Do not overload the circuit by operating
other appliances on the same circuit when
this appliance is operating, by using an
extension cord to connect the dryer to the
power source, or by using any adapter to
allow additional cords to connect to the
same outlet.
• Failure to do so can result in fire or
electrical shock.
! WARNING!
• DO NOT modify the plug provided with
the dryer. If it does not fit the outlet in your
laundry room, a proper outlet will need to
be installed in your laundry room by a
qualified service person or company.
• Failure to do so can result in fire or
electrical shock.
L1
Ground
Neutral Side
Round Grounding Prong
Neutral
a) The dryer has a three-prong plug to help guard
against shock. The plug should be plugged
directed into a properly grounded three-prong
receptacle that is rated 120 Volts AC (alternating
current) 15 Amps. This plug, in order to be
properly and fully effective, must be plugged into
a properly installed outlet that is grounded in
accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
b) The dryer must be grounded in order to reduce
the risk of electric shock, including a
malfunction or breakdown.
c) If your laundry room does not meet the
specifications required by this manual, or if you
are uncertain whether or not your laundry room
meets these specifications, please have a
qualified service person or company.
Review your laundry room’s electrical supply for
any problems.
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8
GAS REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS
Following are important instructions and information concerning the requirements for the gas supply and service for
gas dryers.
! Warning: The gas supply and service for a gas dryer must comply with all local codes and
ordinances. In the absence of any local codes or ordinances in your area, the gas supply and service for your gas
dryer must comply with the latest edition of the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54. Failure to do so can
result in death, explosion, or fire.
5. If using a rigid pipe, the rigid pipe should be 1/2
inch IPS. If acceptable under local codes and
ordinances and when acceptable to your gas
supplier, 3/8 inch approved tubing may be used
where lengths are less than 20 feet (6.1 m). Larger
tubing should be used for lengths in excess of 20
feet (6.1 m). It is also important that you use pipe
joint compound that is insoluble in LP gas.
1. Gas supply requirements: Liquefied Petroleum
(L.P.) Gas (2,500 Btu/ft3 (93.1 MJ/m3)) service
must be provided at 10 + 1.5 in. water column
pressure.
2. Do not attempt to connect the dryer to Liquified
Petroleum (LP Gas) Gas service without a
qualified professional.
3. Isolate the dryer from the gas supply piping
system by closing its individual manual shut-off
valve during any pressure testing of the gas
supply system at test pressure equal to or less
than 2/1 psi (3.45 kPa).
6. To reduce the danger of gas leaks, explosion, and
fire, please follow and observe the following
instructions and WARNINGS.
• Connect the dryer to the type of gas shown on the
nameplate.
4. Supply Line Requirements. Your laundry room
must have a rigid gas supply line to your dryer.
In the United States, an individual manual shutoff
valve MUST be installed within at least 6 feet
(1.8 m) of the dryer, in accordance with the
National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1. A 1/8 in.
N.P.T. pipe plug must be installed as shown.
• Use new flexible stainless steel connectors.
• Use Teflon tape and pipe joint compound insoluble in
LP gas on all pipe threads.
• Purge gas supply of air and sediment before
connecting the gas supply to the dryer in order to
prevent gas valve contamination. Before tightening
connection between gas supply and dryer, purge
remaining air until odor of gas is identified.
• DO NOT use an open flame to inspect for gas leaks;
instead use a non-corrosive leak detection fluid.
! WARNING!
! WARNING!
• Use a new AGA or CSA approved gas
supply line.
• Install a shut-off valve.
• Securely tighten all gas connections.
• If connected to LP, have a qualified person
make sure gas pressure does not exceed
13 in. water column.
• Examples of a qualified person include
licensed heating personnel, authorized gas
company personnel, and authorized service
personnel.
• Failure to do so can result in death,
explosion, or fire.
• DO NOT attempt any disassembly of the
dryer. Any disassembly requires the
attention and tools of an authorized and
qualified service person or company.
• Failure to do so can result in death,
explosion, or fire.
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9
EXHAUST REQUIREMENTS AND MAINTENANCE
Following are important instructions and information concerning the exhaust requirements for your dryer.
! Warning: DO NOT exhaust dryer air into an enclosed and unventilated area, such as an attic, wall, ceiling,
crawl space, chimney, gas vent, or concealed space of a building. To reduce the risk of fire, DO NOT exhaust the
dryer with plastic or thin foil Ducting. Failure to do so can result in death, explosion, or fire.
Weather Hood
Type
Number of 90°
Elbows
Recommended
4”
4”
(10.2 cm)
(10.2 cm)
Use Only for Short Run
Installations
Maximum length of 4”
(10.2 cm) diameter rigid
metal duct
Maximum length of 4”
(10.2 cm) diameter
flexible metal duct
0
65 feet (19.8 m)
45 feet (13.7 m)
1
55 feet (16.8 m)
35 feet (10.7 m)
2
47 feet (14.3 m)
30 feet (9.1 m)
3
36 feet (11.0 m)
25 feet (7.6 m)
4
28 feet (8.5 m)
20 feet (6.1 m)
0
55 feet (16.8 m)
35 feet (10.7 m)
1
47 feet (14.3 m)
27 feet (8.2 m)
2
41 feet (12.5 m)
21 feet (6.4 m)
3
30 feet (9.1 m)
17 feet (5.2 m)
4
22 feet (6.7 m)
15 feet (4.5m)
2-1/2”
(6.35 cm)
NOTE : Deduct 6 feet (1.8 m) for each additional elbow.
It is not recommended to use more than 4 90° elbows.
Exhaust Requirements and Instructions:
3. Rigid or semi-rigid metal ducting is recommended
for use as transition ducting between the dryer and
and the wall. In special installations when it is
impossible to make a connection with the above
recommendations, then a UL-listed flexible metal
transition duct may be used between the dryer and
wall connection only. The use of this ducting will
affect dry time.
1. Venting materials are not provided with the dryer
and you should obtain the necessary venting
materials locally. For example, the outer end of
exhaust pipe must have a weather hood with hinged
dampers to prevent back-draft when the dryer is not
in use.
2. The exhaust duct must be four inches (10.2 cm) in
diameter with no obstructions. The exhaust duct
should be kept as short as possible. Make sure to
clean any old ducts before installing your new dryer.
4. DO NOT use sheet metal screws on exhaust pipe
joints or other fastening means which extend into
the duct that could catch lint and reduce the
efficiency of the exhaust system. Secure all joints
with duct tape.
5. To maximize operating results, please observe the
duct length limitations noted in the chart above.
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Exhaust and Dryer Maintenance
Cleaning the Lint Screen
1. Clean the lint filter either before drying each load
or after drying each load. Always make sure the
lint filter is clean before starting a new load,
because a clogged lint filter may increase drying
times.
! WARNING!
• Disconnect the dryer’s electric power
prior to any cleaning or maintenance.
• Failure to do so can result in fire or
electrical shock.
1. After one year of use, the interior and complete exhaust
system of the dryer should be examined and cleaned if
necessary.
2. Before one year of use, when drying performance has
become unsatisfactory, please examine and clean the
exhaust duct for better drying performance.
3. Check the weather hoods frequently to ensure the
dampers are moving freely, that the dampers are not
pushed in and that nothing has been set against the
dampers.
4. A qualified service person or company should be used
to perform this maintenance.
5. A Flexible Metal Vent Kit, available at extra cost, can
be used to exhaust the dryer when it is placed in hard to
reach places. This Kit comes in two pieces, one of
which is attached to the dryer and the other is attached
to the wall exhaust outlet. Following attachment of the
two separate pieces to the dryer and the wall, the dryer
may be returned to its final position, after which the
two pieces themselves can be connected.
7. Ordinarily, the dryer drum will need no care. Wipe the
exterior of the dryer as required, and always wipe the
exterior of the dryer in the event any detergent, bleach,
or other washing products is spilled on the dryer.
8. Clean the control panel with a damp cloth as
necessary. Warning: spray pre-wash products may
damage the finish of the control panel.
9. Please clean the lint filter either before drying each
load or after drying each load.
10. Always make sure the lint filter is clean before
starting a new load, because a clogged lint filter may
increase drying times.
11. Annually remove the lint filter and attach it to the
vacuum duct. See item #2 above.
12. Please note that the wiring diagram is provided inside
the dryer control hood. Label all wires prior to
disconnection when servicing the dryer, because
wiring errors can cause serious injury to you and your
dryer.
2. To clean, pull the lint screen straight up and roll
any lint off the screen with your fingers.
Do not rinse or wash screen to remove lint. Push
the lint screen firmly back into place.
3. Always ensure the lint screen is firmly secured
before running the dryer. Running the dryer with
a loose lint screen may cause overheating and
damage to the dryer and articles being dried.
4. Some articles of clothing may shed more lint than
others (towels for example), causing the lint
screen to fill rapidly. Remove lint from the lint
screen before and after drying these articles, such
as new towels.
5. In the event lint falls off of the lint screen and
into the dryer during removal, inspect the exhaust
hood and remove any lint.
6. Laundry detergent and fabric softener residue can
build up on the lint screen, causing longer drying
times. The screen is likely blocked if lint falls off
the screen. In order to prevent this type of build
up, and help ensure proper operation of your
dryer, clean the lint screen with a nylon brush
every six months or, if necessary, more
frequently. The lint filter can also be washed as
follows:
a) After rolling the lint off of the screen with your
fingers, wet both sides of the screen with hot or
warm water.
b) Wet a nylon brush with hot water and liquid
detergent and scrub the lint screen with the brush
to remove the buildup of detergent and fabric
softener.
c) After the residue has been removed, rinse screen
with hot water.
d) After drying the lint screen with a clean towel,
firmly replace the lint screen in your dryer.
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10
DRYER CYCLE PROCESS
Default
Cycle
Time
Dry
Conditions of operation and termination
Drying
Temperature
Dry
Level
Display
time
Cooling
Electrosensor
TempControl
Default
time
TempControl **
WHITES AND
COLORS
HIGH
More Dry 45 min
Saturation
68±4°C
2 min.
47±5°C
PERMANENT
PRESS PRICE
MEDIUM
More Dry 45 min
Saturation
60±4°C
2 min.
47±5°C
DELICATES
PRICE
LOW
More Dry 45 min
Saturation
52±3°C
2 min.
38±5°C
Temperature Control for each cycle
MOTOR
LOAD
HEATER
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COMPONENT TESTING INFORMATION
11
!
WARNING
• When checking the Component, be sure to turn the power off, and do voltage discharge sufficiently.
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or electrical shock.
Component
1. Thermal cut off
• Check Top Marking:
N130
2. Hi limit Thermostat
(Auto reset)
3. Outlet Thermostat
( Auto reset)
• Check Top Marking:
N85
5. Door switch
6. Idler switch
Test Procedure
Measure resistance of terminal
to terminal
① Open at 266 ± 12°F
(130 ± 7°C)
② Auto reset 31°F (35°C)
Same shape as Outlet Thermostat.
Measure resistance of terminal
to terminal
① Open at 257 ± 9°F
(125 ± 5°C)
② Close at 221 ± 9°F
(105 ± 5°C)
Measure resistance of terminal
to terminal
① Open at 185 ± 9°F
(85 ± 5°C)
② Close at 149 ± 9°F
(65 ± 5°C)
Same shape as Thermal cut off.
Measure resistance of the
following terminal
1) Door switch knob: open
① Terminal: COM - NC (1-3)
② Terminal: COM - NO (1-2)
2) Door switch push: push
① Terminal: COM - NC (1-3)
② Terminal: COM - NO (1-2)
Measure resistance of the
following terminal:
COM - NC
30
Check result
If thermal fuse is open must
be replaced
① Resistance value ≒ ∞
Remark
• Heater caseSafety
• Electric type
② Continuity (250°F ↓) < 1Ω
① Resistance value ≒ ∞
• Heater case Hi limit
• Electric type
② Resistance value < 5Ω
① Resistance value ≒ ∞
• Blow housing Safety
• Electric type
② Resistance value < 5Ω
① Resistance value < 1Ω
② Resistance value ≒ ∞
① Resistance value ≒ ∞
② Resistance value < 1Ω
1. lever open
① Resistance value < 1Ω
2. Lever push (close)
② Resistance value ≒ ∞
If the knob is
pressed, the
state is the
opposite of
what is on the
chart.
Component
Test Procedure
7. Heater
Measure resistance of the
following terminal
① Terminal: 1 (COM) - 2
② Terminal: 1 (COM) - 3
③ Terminal: 2 - 3
①
②
Check result
• Electric type
① Resistance value 10Ω
② Resistance value 10Ω
③ Resistance value 20Ω
③
8. Thermistor
Measure resistance of terminal
to terminal
Temperature condition:
58°F ~ (10~40°C)
58°F ~ 104F (10~40°C)
Resistance value 10Ω
9. Motor
10. Gas valve
Remark
• Heater case Hi limit
• Electric type
• See Page 13
valve 1
Measure resistance of the
following terminal
① Valve 1 terminal
② Valve 2 terminal
• Gas type
① Resistance value > 1.5 kΩ
② Resistance value > 1.5~2.5 kΩ
valve 2
11. Igniter
Measure resistance of terminal
to terminal
12. Frame Detect
Measure resistance of terminal
to terminal
① Open at 370°F ((Maximum)
② Close at 320°F
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Resistance value 100~800Ω
• Gas type
• Gas type
① Resistance value ≒ ∞
② Resistance value < 1Ω
Component
13. Outlet Thermostat
(Auto reset)
Test Procedure
Check result
Measure resistance of terminal
to terminal
① Open at 203 ± 7°F (95 ± 5°C) ① Resistance value ≒ ∞
② Close at 158 ± 9°F (70 ± 5°C) ② Continuity < 1Ω
Remark
• Gas type
• Gas funnel
• Check Top Marking:
N95
13. Outlet Thermostat
(Manual reset)
Measure resistance of terminal
to terminal
① Open at 212 ± 12°F
(100 ± 7°C)
② Manual reset
• Check Top Marking:
N100
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If thermal fuse is open must
be replaced
① Resistance value ≒ ∞
② Continuity < 1Ω
• Gas type
• Gas funnel
12
!
MOTOR DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC
WARNING
• When checking the component, be sure to turn the power off, and do discharge voltage sufficiently.
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or electrical shock.
Contact On / Off by Centrifugal Switch
STOP MODE (When Motor does not operate)
RUN MODE (Motor operates)
Centrifugal switch
(Pull Drive forward)
Centrifugal switch
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13
CONTROL LAY - OUT
PWB ASSEMBLY DISPLAY LAY-OUT
Option
※ MODEL DISPLAY AS DIAGNOSTIC TEST
MODEL
Card Type
Gas
CDG3389WD
E.
CDE3379WD
Gas
CDG3389WN
E.
CDE3379WN
OPTION PART
OP 2
OP 3
X
X
X
Coin Type
PWB ASSEMBLY LAY-OUT
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O
LED
DISPLAY
P/No
E9:09
6871EL1015F
E9:0E
6871EL1015E
E9:09
6871EL1015F
E9-0E
6871EL1015E
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WIRING DIAGRAM
ELECTRIC DRYER WIRING DIAGRAM
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
L1 BLACK
1
N WHITE
2
3
BELT
SWITCH
3
7 10
CENTRIFUGAL
SWITCH
RED
OVERLOAD
PROTECTOR
BLOWER
2
1
YELLOW THERMOSTAT
RED
2
1
2
1
INNER COIL
WHITE
DOOR SWITCH
2
MOTOR
OUTER COIL
1
3
HEATER
HI - LIMIT THERMOSTAT
NC
2
4
BLUE
NO
1
NA6
6
BLUE
BLUE
1
TAP RELAY
WHITE
YELLOW
BROWN BROWN
YELLOW
COM
TAP RELAY
BLACK
1
3
ORANGE
RED
TRANS BL2
WHITE
RED
L2
WH1
MOISTURE THERMISTOR
SENSOR
RED
SAFETY THERMOSTAT
GAS DRYER WIRING DIAGRAM
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
YELLOW
2
3
MOTOR
2
3
7
OVERLOAD
PROTECTOR
NC
NO
NA6
3
6
4
2
BLUE
RED
3
1
IGNITER
2
1
1
2
BLUE
2
1
2
1
DC VALVE1
DC VALVE2
MOISTURE THERMISTOR
FLAME
SENSOR
DETECTOR
HI-LIMIT
THERMOSTAT
GRAY
SAFETY THERMOSTAT
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2
ORANGE
RED
2
RED
WHITE
1
BLUE
9
CENTRIFUGAL
SWITCH
DOOR SWITCH
3
BELT
SWITCH
YELLOW
1
1
2
BLOWER
THERMOSTAT
NC
3
BLUE
NO
1
BLUE
BROWN BROWN
COM
BL3
YL2
1
3
PINK
WHITE
BL2
GRAY
TRANS
WHITE
WHITE
GN/YL
TAP RELAY
BLACK
1
WH1
RED
POWER CORD
L1 BLACK
N WHITE
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DIAGNOSTIC TEST
1. This TEST should be used for Factory test /Service test. Do not use this DIAGNOSTIC TEST other than specified.
2. Activating the heater manually with the door open may trip the thermostat attached to the heater, therefore do
not activate it manually. (Do not press the door switch to operate the heater while the door is open).
■ Diagnostic test:
(display)
This program has been added for testing the dryer and detecting errors.
Entering the test mode
Data Name
Entering
the test mode
Button
Display
Description
1. Entering programming mode
Insert service card (card type), open the service door (coin type).
2. WHITES AND COLORS
Press the WHITES AND COLORS button. Then
display.
3. START
Enter the diagnostic test mode.
appears in the
1
Pressing the START button cycles to the next test function.
Display
Checking point
Number of times the START button is pressed
None
LqC 1
1 time
Check the version and code of machine.
■ ELECTRIC TYPE : Eg:OE
■ GAS TYPE : Eg:Og
Version and code of machine (All LED on)
Display Eg:OE or Eg:Og and U:XX
alternately. XX is the version number.
2 times
Motor runs.
Measured moisture value (70~239)
3 times
■ ELECTRIC TYPE: Heater runs.
Motor + Heater 1 (2700W)
■ GAS TYPE: GAS valve runs.
Motor + Valve
Current temperature (5~70)
(Displays the temperature inside the drum in
° Celsius.)
4 times
■ ELECTRIC TYPE: Heater runs.
Motor + Heater 1 +Heater 2 (5400W)
■ GAS TYPE: GAS valve runs.
Motor+Valve
Current temperature (5~70)
(Displays the temperature inside the drum in
° Celsius.)
5 times
LED & KEY CHECK
Press WHITES AND COLORS button.
Press PERMANENT PRESS button.
Press DELICATES button.
Version and code of machine
6 times
Test ends.
LqC 1
During check, if the door is open.
Door switch
(Motor & Heater Off, Buzzer beeps seven
times)
dE
(The door is open. Please close the door
completely)
During check, if the door is closed
Test goes back at step 2.
(Motor on & Heater Off)
Measured moisture value (70~239)
Note
During LqC1 test, if no buttons are pressed for 4 minutes, machine will be turned off automatically.
Do not use
.
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Test 1 120V AC Electrical Supply
!
WARNING
• When measuring power, be sure to wear insulated gloves to avoid an electric shock.
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or electrical shock.
Trouble Symptom No power was applied to controller. (LED, LCD Display off)
Measurement Condition With Dryer Power On; connector linked to controller.
Check the outlet, is the voltage
110V ~ 125V AC?
NO
• Check the fuse
or circuit breaker.
NO
• Check if power
cord is properly
connected.
NO
• Reconnect the
controller.
YES
BK2 or WH2 WH1
BK
1
2
WH
Check if the voltage measured between
Connector BK2 or WH2-② (Black Wire)
Linked to the Controller and WH1-①
(White Wire) Is 110~125V?
1
YES
N (White)
L (Black)
L (Led)
① Check if the controller wire is
disconnected.
② Check if terminal block and power cord
are connected (Check Plug).
- Does Power Cord N (Natural) line match
to Terminal Center N (Natural) line?
YES
Replace controIler.
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!
WARNING
• When measuring power, be sure to wear insulated gloves, to and avoid an electric shock.
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or electrical shock.
Trouble Symptom Check the Tab Relays Connection properly.
Measurement Condition With Dryer Power On; Connector linked to Controller.
1.Power Connection
Table1 : Connection of the Tab Relay with Heater (Electric)
Tab Relay 1 Tab Relay 2
Tab Relay 1
Tab Relay 2
High
Mid High
Medium
on
Low
Extra Low
on
Heater 1
Heater 2
Remark
on
on
on
Temperature Control below 68±4°C.
Turn on Heater1 and Heater2.
off
on
off
Temperature Control below 52±4°C.
Only Turn on Heater1.
Table 2 : Connection of the Tab Relay with Burner (Gas)
Tab Relay 1
Trans
❈ PCB ASSEMBLY LAYOUT
Burner
Remark
High
Mid High
Medium
O
O
Temperature Control below 70±4°C.
Turn on Burner
Low
Extra Low
O
O
Temperature Control below 47±4°C.
Turn on Burner
2. Status Mode Of The Connection
Table1 : Connection of Tab Relay with the Tab Relay of the PCB ASSEMBLY (Electric)
Connection
Color
Harness
PCB
Yellow Wire
Check the matching color between
harness wire and tab relay.
(Black Housing – Black Tab Relay)
1
Black
2
Black Wire
Connector Housing
Connector Housing
Tap relay 1
Blue Wire
Check the matching color between
harness wire and tab relay.
(White Housing – White Tab Relay)
1
White
Remark
2
Black Wire
Connector Housing
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Tap relay 2
Table 2 : Connection of Tab Relay with PCB ASSEMBLY (Gas)
Color
Harness
Remark
PCB
Blue Wire
Check the matching color between
harness wire and tab relay.
(Black Housing – Black Tab Relay)
1
Connector Housing
Black
2
Black Wire
Connector Housing
Tap relay 1
3. Status Mode Of wrong Connection
Table1: Wrong Connection of the Tab Relay and Connector Housing (Electric)
Items
Case
Heater1
Heater2
operation (black) operation (white)
PCB condition
of operation
1. Black and White Housing Wire ①, ② CROSS
Off
Off
Power Off
2. Black Housing
Wire ①, ② CROSS
Off
Off
Power Off
3. White Housing
Wire ①, ② CROSS
Normal
Normal
Power On
4. Black and White Housing
Housing CROSS
Heater2
Heater1
Power On
Off
Off
Power Off
5. Black and White Housing Housing and Wire ①, ②
CROSS
Table2 : Wrong Connection of the Tab Relay and Connector Housing (Gas)
Items
1. Black and White Housing
!
Case
Heater1
operation(black)
Heater2
operation(White)
Off
Off
Wire ①, ② CROSS
PCB condition
of operation
Power Off
WARNING
• In case of power failure(Table1-1,2,5,Table2-1), Please check the connection of 2. Status Table of
Connection.
• In case of power failure(Table1-4), please check the Connection of 2. Status Table of Connection
because improper connection of the equipment-dryer can be damaged of changing heater.
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Test 2 Thermistor Test --- Measure with Power Off
!
WARNING
• Before measuring resistance, be sure to turn power off, and do voltage discharge. (When discharging,
contact the metal plug of power cord with the ground.)
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or electrical shock.
Trouble Symptom
① During Diagnostic Test, tE1 and tE2 error occur.
② During operation, Heater would not turn off or remains on.
③ Difference between actual and sensed temperature is significant.
Measurement Condition After turning power off, measure the resistance.
Take the 6 pin Connector
from the Controller.
Short with metal to the 6-pin connector’s
Pin ② (Blue Wire) and
Pin ④ (Orange Wire) to Controller.
YES
• Check if control
and the 6-pin
connector are
properly
connected.
• Replace
controller.
NO
Check if resistance is in the range of Table 1
when measuring resistance between
terminals after separating harness
from thermistor assembly connector.
NO
• Replace
thermistor.
YES
Check harness-linking connector.
Table 1. Resistance for Thermistor Temperature.
Air TEMP. °F(°C)
RES. kΩ
50°F (10°C)
18.0
60°F (16°C)
Air TEMP. °F(°C)
RES. kΩ
Air TEMP. °F(°C)
RES. kΩ
90°F (32°C)
7.7
130°F (54°C)
2.9
14.2
100°F (38°C)
6.2
140°F (60°C)
3.0
70°F (21°C)
11.7
110°F (43°C)
5.2
150°F (66°C)
2.5
80°F (27°C)
9.3
120°F (49°C)
4.3
160°F (71°C)
2.2
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Test 3 Motor Test
!
WARNING
• Before measuring resistance, be sure to turn power off, and do voltage discharge. (When discharging,
contact the metal plug of power cord with the earth line.)
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or electrical shock.
Trouble Symptom Drum does not turn, fan does not blow, and heater does not operate.
Measurement Condition Turn the dryer’s power off, then measure resistance.
1
Is resistance below 3Ω between connector
WH① (White wire) and BL2-② (Brown wire)?
※ Measure while door is closed.
YES
NO
Is resistance below 3Ω between Connector
WH① (White wire) and BL2-① (Yellow wire)?
※ Measure while door is closed.
NO
• Check if door frame
presses door switch
knob.
• Check door switch.
• Check harness
connection.
YES
• Replace control.
(Relay check)
• Check controller
connector.
NO
• Replace outlet
• Thermostat.
(Refer to
component)
YES
Is resistance below 3Ω between Connector
BL2-① (Yellow wire) and BL2-② (Brown wire)?
NO
Is resistance below 1Ω between terminals
of outlet thermostat attached to blower housing?
• Replace control.
(Relay check)
• Check controller
connector.
YES
Idler Switch Lever Idler Switch
Does idle switch attached to motor bracket
operate level by drum belt?
(Not operating lever is normal.)
YES
Is resistance below 1Ω between idler switch
terminals?
NO
YES
• Check motor. (Refer to Motor Diagram and Check)
• Check if control connector is contacted.
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• Check idler assembly
• Drum belt cuts off
• Drum belt takes off
from motor pulley.
• Replace idler
switch.
Test 4 Moisture Sensor
!
WARNING
• Before measuring resistance, be sure to turn power off, and do voltage discharge. (When discharging,
contact the metal plug of power cord with the earth line.)
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or electrical shock.
Trouble Symptom Degree of dryness does not match with dry level.
Measurement Condition Turn the dryer’s power off, then measure resistance.
Take 6pin Connector from
the Controller.
Short with metal to the 6 pin connector’s pin
② (Blue Wire) and
Pin ④ (Orange Wire) to controller.
Metal or Wire
When measuring resistance in electrode load,
NO
is resistance below 1Ω?
YES
Damping cloth
When contacting cloth to electrode:
1. Is the measurement within the range of Table 2
during diagnostic test?
2. Is the measurement within the range of Table 2
when measuring the voltage in the 6 pin connector’s
Pin ③ (BLUE wire) and Pin ⑤ (ORANGE wire)?
NO
• Check electrode
and harness
connector.
• Check harnesslinking connector.
• Replace control
and check.
YES
Normal Condition
Table 2. IMC Ratio and Display Value / Voltage (IMC: Initial Moisture Content)
IMC
Display Value Voltage (DC) (between 6 Pin terminal ③,⑤)
Remark
70% ~ 40%
50 ~ 130
2.5V
Weight after removing from
washing machine
40% ~ 20%
130 ~ 20
2.0V ~ 4.0V
Damp Dry
10% ~ dried clothes
205 ~ 240
Over 4.0V
Completely-dried clothes
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Test 5 Door switch test
!
WARNING
• Before measuring resistance, be sure to turn power off, and do voltage discharge. (When discharging,
contact the metal plug of power cord with the earth line.)
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or electrical shock.
Trouble Symptom
Door opening is not sensed. (During operation, when opening door, drum motor and
Heater run continuously) Door close is not sensed.
(Drum motor will not operate. Display will flash at 1/2 second intervals.)
Measurement Condition After turning dryer power off, measure resistance.
BK2 WH1
Measure while door is closed. Check it resistance is
below 2500 Ω between WH1- (White wire) and
BK2- Connector
WH1,BL2 after taking WH1,BL2 out from Controller.
YES
• Door switch
check (Refer to
component
testing.)
NO
• Check lamp. (When
opening lamp,
replace then
measure again.)
• Door switch check
(Refer to
component testing.)
NO
1
2
1
Measure while door is open. Check it resistance is
300~60 Ω between WH1- (White wire) and BK2(Black wire). Connector WH1,BL2 after taking
WH1,BL2 out from controller.
YES
1
Measure while door is open. Check it resistance is
below 1 Ω between BL2- (Yellow wire) and
WH1- (White wire) after taking connector WH1,BL2
out from controller.
YES
• Door switch
check (Refer to
component
testing.)
NO
• Door switch
check (Refer to
component
testing.)
NO
Measure while door is closed. Check it resistance is
below 1 Ω between BL2- (Yellow wire) and
WH1- (White wire) after taking connector WH1,BL2
out from controller.
YES
Check hontroller.
Check harness-linking connector.
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Test 6 Heater switch test - Electric Type
!
WARNING
• Before measuring resistance, be sure to turn power off, and do voltage discharge. (When discharging,
contact the metal plug of power cord with the ground)
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or electrical shock.
Trouble Symptom While operating, heating will not work.
Drying time takes longer.
Measurement Condition After turning power off, measure the resistance.
1. Is resistance between heater terminal
① and ② below 18 ~ 22Ω?
2. Is resistance between heater terminal
① and ③ below 18 ~ 22Ω?
3. Is resistance between heater terminal
② and ③ below 9 ~ 11Ω?
①
②
NO
• Replace heater.
③
YES
Check if the value of measured resistance is
below 1Ω between terminal TH2 (Safety Thermostat). NO
TH3
TH2
• Replace TH2
(Safety Thermostat).
YES
Check if the value of measured resistance is below
NO
1Ω between terminal TH3 (HI-Limit Thermostat).
• Replace TH3
(HI-Limit Thermostat).
YES
Check motor. Check if the value of measured
resistance is below 1Ω between terminal
① and ⑩ at RUN condition.
YES
Check controller.
Check harness-linking connector.
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NO
• Check motor and
replace it.
Test 7 GAS valve test - Gas Type
!
WARNING
• When measuring power, be sure to wear insulated gloves to avoid an electric shock.
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or electrical shock.
Trouble Symptom
While operating, heating will not work.
Drying time takes longer.
Measurement Condition With dryer power on
Power on & start (Normal Cycle)
NO
Valve 1
When measuring Valve 1 voltage,
More than DC 90V?
NO
• Check thermostat
Hi limit Safety
NO
• Check igniter &
flame detect
YES
• Check gas
connection or gas
supply
YES
Igniter operates?
(after 1 minute, igniter becomes reddish)
YES
Igniter
Valve 2
When measuring Valve 2 voltage, Value is more
than DC 90V? (10 sec after Igniter off)
NO
When measuring terminal resistance on Valve 1 and
Valve 2, valves are more than1.5 ~ 2.5kΩ?
YES
(Measure after off )
• Change valve
NO
If valve 1 and Valve 2 are under DC 10V, valves are
NO
off?
YES
• Harness check
• Controller change
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• Change valve
Test 8 Semiconductor
!
WARNING
• Before measuring resistance, be sure to turn power off, and do discharge voltage. (When discharging,
contact the metal plug of power cord with the ground.)
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or electrical shock.
Trouble Symptom Resistance is not in 300±30 Ω
Measurement Condition Turn the dryer’s power off, then measure resistance.
Take 6pin Connector from
the Controller.
When measuring resistance ③-④, ④-⑤
Is resistance 300±20 Ω?
NO
• Check semiconductor and
harness connector
• Check harness
linking connector
NO
• Replace control
and check.
YES
B
R
W
When measuring resistance in semi-conductor
Is resistance 300±20 Ω?
1. Is the measurement within the range of
300±20 Ω between Red-White?
2. Is the measurement within the range of
300±20 Ω between Black-White?
YES
Normal condition
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CHANGE GAS SETTING (NATURAL GAS, PROPANE GAS)
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!
WARNING
• Conversion must be made by a qualified technician.
• Changing orifices and gas valve adjustments improperly can result in an explosion and/or fire.
Note
The dryer is shipped from the factory set up and adjusted to operate on natural gas. It can be converted to operate on
propane (LPG). The conversion kit may be sold only to a licensed gasfitter, and must be performed ONLY by a licensed
gasfitter. This is not a do-it-yourself.
STEP 1 : VALVE SETTING
Closed
Opened
Full open
Adjustment screw
Close
Adjustment screw
STEP 2 : ORIFICE CHANGE
① Remove 2 screws.
② Disassemble the pipe assembly.
③ Replace natural gas orifice with propane gas orifice.
Gas type
Orifice P/No Marking
Natural Gas 4948EL4001B
NCU
Propane Gas 4948EL4002B
PCU
Shape
※ Kit contents: Orifice (Dia. = 1.613mm, for Propane Gas)
Replace Label
Instruction Sheet
Orifice
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GAS VALVE FLOW
START KEY PUSH
VALVE 1 ON
IGNITER ON
IGNITER
TEMPERATURE ABOUT
370°F
NO
YES
FLAME DETECT OPEN
IGNITER OFF
VALVE 2 ON
GAS IGNITION
NO
FLAME DETECT CLOSE
YES
DRYING
VALVE 2 OFF
GAS IGNITION
GAS VALVE STRUCTURE
Adjustment Screw
START
VALVE 1
ON
IGNITER
ON
OFF
FLAME
DETECT
CLOSE
OPEN
OFF
ON
VALVE 2
GAS IGNITION
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!
DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
• Disassemble and repair the unit only after pulling out power plug from the outlet.
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in death or electrical shock.
CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
1. Remove 2 screws on the upper plate.
2. Pull the control panel assembly upward
and then forward.
3. Disconnct the connectors.
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TOP PLATE
1. Remove 2 screws on the control panel
frame.
2. Push the top plate backward forcefully.
3. Lift the plate.
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COVER CABINET
1. Disassemble the top plate.
2. Disassemble the control panel assembly.
3. Disassemble the door assembly.
4. Remove 2 screws.
5. Remove 4 screws from the top of cabinet cover.
6. Disconnect the door switch harness.
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TUB DRUM [FRONT]
1. Disassemble the top plate.
2. Remove cover cabinet.
3. Disconnect the door lamp and electrode
sensor connector.
4. Remove 4 screws.
5. Disassemble the tub drum front.
DRUM ASSEMBLY
1. Disassemble the top plate.
-1
-1
2. Remove the cabinet cover and
drum front.
-2
3. Loosen belt from motor and idler pulleys.
4. Carefully remove the drum.
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DRYER EXHAUST CHANGE
1. Remove the screw.
2-1. Detach and remove a knockout at the botton,
left or right side as desired. (Right side vent not
available on gas dryer)
①, ②, ③ the order of work.
2-2. Replace it with an 11-inch (28 cm) duct
DUCT
TAPE
connected to the blower housing, and attach
the duct to the base. (The side vent kit is
available as a service part, # 383EEL9001B.)
3-1. Pre-assemble a 4-inch elbow to a piece of duct.
Wrap duct tape around the joint.
3-2. Insert the elbow duct assembly through the side
opening and connect the elbow to the internal
duct.
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FILTER ASSEMBLY
1. Remove the filter.
2. Remove 3 screws.
3. Remove the cover grid.
4. Disconnect the electrode sensor.
BLOWER HOUSING
1. Disassemble the top plate.
2. Remove the cabinet cover and drum front.
3. Remove the Drum assembly.
4. Remove 2 screws and cover (air guide).
5. Remove the bolt and washer.
6. Remove the fan.
7. Disconnect the motor clamp and motor.
BACK COVER
1. Disassemble the top plate.
2. Remove the cabinet cover and drum front.
3. Remove the drum assembly.
4. Remove 7 screws.
5. Remove the back cover.
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AIR DUCT
1. Disassemble the top plate.
2. Remove the cover cabinet.
3. Remove the filter and 2 screws.
4. Remove the air duct.
ROLLERS
1. Disassemble the top plate.
2. Remove the cover cabinet and tub drum [front].
3. Remove the drum assembly and tub drum [rear].
4. Disconnect the air duct from the tub drum [front].
5. Remove the roller from the tub drum [front]
and tub drum [rear].
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18
EXPLODED VIEW
18-1. Control Panel & Plate Assembly
A210
A120
A130
A110
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18-2. Cabinet & Door Assembly
A800
A570
A560
A212
A390
A600
A330
A550
A300
A500
A320
A305
A530
A310
A510
A520
A540
A460
A525
A400
A420
A410
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A450
A430
18-3-2. Drum & Motor Assembly: Gas type
F200
K400
K120
K140
K100
K130
K250
K251
K310
K330
K320
K340
K620
K230
K210
K250
K360
K350
K610
K550
K560
K251
K240
K530
K651
K510
K540
M141
M150
M240
K520
K640
M220
K650
M160
K600
M171
M170
M210
M140
M230
M110
M190
※ M171: Propane Gas orifice
M170: Natural Gas orifice
M180
M181
M250
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MAINTENANCE
Maintenance
Clean the lint filter after each use and check it
before use. Not cleaning or emptying the filter
will increase drying time and energy
consumption, therefore dryer life expectancy
could be shortened.
1. Open the door
and pull the filter
straight up
2. Clean the filter using one of following ways in cases.
Run the fingers
across the filter.
■ Clean the door and its opening
1. Wipe out the door
opening. Otherwise,
build-ups of dirty and
foreign objects will
damage sealing of
door.
Vacuum the lint filter.
2. Clean the transparent
glass door to keep
inside view clear.
Wash the lint
screen in warm,
soapy water.
Dry thoroughly and
replace.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Troubleshooting Tips
Save time and money! Review the charts on the following
pages first and you may not need to call for service.
1. Problem: My dryer won't start
Question
What to Do
• Is the dryer plugged in?
Confirm that the dryer’s plug is securely and completely pushed into the laundry
room’s power outlet
• Is the fuse blown, or is the circuit
breaker tripped?
Check your home’s or laundry room’s fuse box/circuit breaker box and replace the
fuse or reset the circuit breaker. (IMPORTANT: Electric dryers generally use two
fuses or breakers.)
2. Problem: My dryer doesn't heat
Question
What to Do
• Is the fuse blown, or is the circuit
breaker tripped?
If the fuse is blown or the circuit breaker tripped, the dryer might tumble but not
heat. Check your home’s or laundry room’s fuse box / circuit breaker box and
replace the fuse or reset the circuit breaker. (IMPORTANT: Electric dryers
generally use two fuses or breakers.)
• Is the gas supply or service
blocked or off?
Confirm that the house gas shutoff and the dryer gas shutoff are both fully open.
3. Problem: There are greasy spots on my clothes
Question
What to Do
• Did you follow the instructions on
your fabric softener product?
Confirm and follow the instructions provided with your fabric softener product.
• Are you drying clean and dirty
clothes together?
Make sure to use your dryer to dry only clean items, because dirty items can soil
clean clothes placed in the same load or later placed in the dryer drum.
• Were your clothes entirely clean?
Stains on dried clothes are actually stains that weren’t cleansed during the washing
process. Please review and confirm that you are following your washing
instructions and that the clothes are being completely cleaned.
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4. Problem: There is lint on my clothes
Question
What to Do
• Is your lint filter full?
Please refer to the manual section on cleaning the lint filter, and please confirm that the
lint filter is clean. It is important that the lint filter is clean before each new load of
laundry.
• Did you properly sort your load of
laundry?
In order to reduce the amount of lint in a load of laundry, sort lint producers (like a
fuzzy white cotton towel) separately from clothes that might catch lint (such as a pair
of black linen pants).
• Do your clothes have excess static
electricity?
See comments below under There is static in my clothes after drying.
• Did you overload your dryer?
Divide your larger load into smaller loads.
• Did you place any paper, tissue, or
other similar material in the load?
Sometimes a person might forget to take a piece of paper or a tissue out of the pocket
of a pair of pants, and this paper, tissue, or similar material can cause excess lint in a
load of laundry. Confirm that the pockets of pants, shirts, and other articles of clothing
are empty before washing and drying.
5. Problem: There is static in my clothes after drying.
Question
What to Do
• Did you use fabric softener?
Try using a fabric softener to reduce static electricity.
• Did you over dry the load of
laundry?
Over-drying a load of laundry can cause a build up of static electricity.
Try using a fabric softener or adjust your settings and use a shorter drying time.
• Are you drying synthetic, permanent
press and blends?
These materials can cause static to build up in a load of dried clothes.
Try using a fabric softener.
6. Problem: The drying time is not consistent
Question
• Are you using consistent heat
settings and consistent load sizes?
What to Do
The drying time for a load will vary depending on the heat setting, the type of heat
used (electric, natural or LP gas), the size of the load, the type of fabrics, the wetness
of the clothes and the condition of the exhaust ducts and lint filter
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7. Problem: It takes too long for my clothes to dry
Question
What to Do
• Did you properly sort your loads of
laundry?
Separate heavy weight items from light weight items when creating loads.
• Are you drying large loads of heavy
fabrics?
Heavy fabrics take longer to dry because they tend to retain more moisture. To help
reduce and maintain more consistent drying times for large and heavy fabrics,
separate these items into smaller loads of a consistent size.
• Are the dryer controls properly set?
Use the appropriate control settings for the type of load you are drying.
• Is the lint filter clean before each
new load of laundry?
Please confirm that the lint filter is clean prior to each new load of laundry.
• Are the exhaust ducts clear and
properly configured?
Confirm through review of the appropriate sections of this manual that the exhaust
venting ductwork is properly configured. Confirm that the venting is free of
obstructions. Confirm that the outside wall dampers are moving freely, that the
dampers are not pushed in, and that nothing has been set against the dampers.
• Is the fuse blown, or is the circuit
breaker tripped?
Check your home’s or laundry room’s fuse box/circuit breaker box and replace the
fuse or reset the circuit breaker. (IMPORTANT: Electric dryers generally use two
fuses or breakers.)
• Did you overload your dryer?
Divide your larger load into a number of smaller loads.
• Did you under load your dryer?
If you are only drying a handful of items, add a few extra pieces to help ensure
proper tumbling action.
8. Problem: My clothes are wrinkled
Question
What to Do
• Are you over drying your laundry?
Over drying a load of laundry can lead to wrinkled clothes. Try a shorter drying
time, and remove items while they still retain a slight amount of moisture.
• Are you removing your laundry
from the dryer soon after the
drying cycle is complete?
Remove your laundry from the dryer after the drying cycle ends and either hang or
fold the items.
9. Problem: My clothes are shrinking
Question
• Are you following the care
instructions for your garment?
What to Do
To avoid shrinkage, please carefully follow the care and use instructions for your
garment, because some fabrics will naturally shrink when washed. Other fabrics
can be washed but will shrink when dried in a dryer.
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