S/M No. :
DWDM805101
Service Manual
Washing Machine
Model: DWD-M8051/M8052/M8053
DWD-M1051/M1052/M1053
✔ Caution
: In this Manual, some parts can be changed for improving, their
performance without notice in the parts list. So, if you need the latest
parts information, please refer to PPL(Parts Price List) in Service
Information Center (http://svc.dwe.co.kr).
DAEWOO ELECTRONICS CORP.
http : //svc.dwe.co.kr
Feb. 2011
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Contents
1. SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................................................2
2. INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................................3
Removing transit bolts ......................................................................................................3
Installation place requirement...........................................................................................3
Location of washer............................................................................................................3
BS Plug Safety Details (For U.K. User)............................................................................4
Connecting inlet hose .......................................................................................................4
Installation of drain hose...................................................................................................5
Level adjustment...............................................................................................................5
3. MAINTENANCE .......................................................................................................................6
Cleaning your washer .......................................................................................................6
Cold condition or Winter storage ......................................................................................6
Cleaning the water inlet filter. ...........................................................................................7
Cleaning the drain filter. ....................................................................................................7
Cleaning the detergent case.............................................................................................8
Cleaning the washing drum. .............................................................................................8
4. DIRECTION FOR DISASSEMBLY .........................................................................................9
5. EXPLODE VIEW AND PARTS LIST ....................................................................................12
6. FUNCTIONS OF THE CONTROL PANEL............................................................................19
7. FUNCTIONS OF THE CONTROLLER..................................................................................20
8. FUNCTION OF THE CONVENIENT SERVICE.....................................................................22
9. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ..............................................................................................23
10. WIRING DIAGRAM .............................................................................................................26
1. SPECIFICATIONS
■ DWD-M805'S/M105'S
INLET HOSE(HOT)
(OPTION)
INLET HOSE (COLD)
DETERGENT CASE
POWER CORD
CONTROL PANEL
DOOR
HOSE DRAIN
COVER PUMP
ADJUSTABLE LEG
MODEL
DWD-M805'S / M105'S
Power Source
A.C 220~240V / 50Hz
Power Consumption
2000 W
Dimension (mm)
595 x 507 x 850 (WxDxH)
Maximum mass of textile (kg)
6 kg
Unit Weight (kg)
46(Net) / 49(Gross)
Standard Water Consumption
42ℓ
Spin Speed(RPM)
500 / 800 (1000)
Operating Water Pressure
0.03MPA ~ 0.8MPa (0.3kgf/cm2 ~ 8kgf/cm2)
Off Mode Power Consumption
0.5 W
Standby Mode Power Consumption
1.0 W
■ Accessories
Inlet hose
(Cold: 1EA, Hot: 1EA)
2
SPECIFICATIONS
Manual
Sticker holder (3EA)
Guide Hose Drain
(Option)
2. INSTALLATION
■ Removing transit bolts
1. Before operating the washer, remove the transit
bolts(3ea) along with the rubber.
• If the bolts are not removed, it may cause heavy
vibration, noise and malfunction.
2. Unscrew the 3 bolts with the 10mm hex wrench or
spanner or cross-tip screwdriver. Keep the 3 bolts for
a later time.
• When the appliance is transported, transit bolts will
be re-used.
3. Close the holes with sticker holders supplied.
■ Installation place requirement
cm
t
ou
10
ab
ab
ou
• Level floor :
Allowable slope between the washer and floor is 1°.
• Electric outlet :
Must be with 1meter of either side of the washer.
Do not overload the outlet with more than one appliance.
• Additional clearance
Clearance between the washer and the wall is required.
(rear : about 10cm, left & right : about 2cm)
In case of built-in installation, the clearance between the top of
the washer and the under of the work-top is required.
(top : about 2cm)
t2
cm
■ Location of washer
Make sure that you have to do everything necessary for correct installation.
Install the washer on a solid and flat floor, if possible, in a corner of the room and the easily accessible place for an
engineer.
• Before placing the washer, if installed on tiles, apply a rubber mat under the adjustable leg.
• The washer must not be installed or stored in rooms below 0°C to avoid any damage from freezing.
• Do not insert pieces of wood, cardboard or similar materials under the adjustable leg to correct any unevenness.
• Do not place laundry products on top of the washer at all times.
• An air circulation around the washer must not be obstructed by carpets, rug etc.
INSTALLATION
3
■ BS Plug Safety Details (For U.K. User)
IMPORTANT
THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE:
GREEN AND YELLOW : EARTH
BLUE : NEUTRAL
BROWN : LIVE
This appliance must be earthed
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured Green and Yellow must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked
with the letter E or by the earth symbol
or coloured Green or Green and Yellow.
The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to the terminal witch is marked with the letter N or coloured Black.
The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected to the terminal witch is marked with the letter L or
coloured Red.
If a 13 amp (BS 1363) plug is used, fit a 13amp BS 1362 fuse.
■ Connecting inlet hose
• The washer should be connected to the water mains using new hose set and old hose sets should not be reused.
• In case of only one water inlet valve, connect the inlet hose to the cold water tap.
1. Connect the inlet hose
to the water tap tightly.
• Periodically check the tightness of the inlet hose.
• Make sure that the inlet hose is not kinked or folded and that it is not crushed.
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INSTALLATION
2. Connect the inlet
hose to the water
inlet valve
tightly.
■ Installation of drain hose
• Never forget to install drain hose before operating your washer.
• Open the packing box, and the drain hose is tied at backside of washer.
• If you use the laundry tub, Top of laundry tub must be at least 60cm high and no higher than 100cm from bottom of washer.
Laundry tub
Tie
strap
min. 60 cm
max. 100 cm
Hose
Retainer
ca. 105 cm
max. 100 cm
min. 60cm
max. 100 cm
min. 60cm
• When installing the drain hose to tub(sink), secure it tightly with a string.
• Proper securing of the drain hose will protect the floor from damage due to water leakage.
• When the drain hose is too long, do not force it back into the washer.
This will cause abnormal noise.
■ Level adjustment
• The level adjustment of the washing machine prevents
excessive noise and vibration.
• If the floor is uneven, adjust the adjustable leg as the
leg
leg
following. (Do not insert pieces of wood etc. under legs.)
• Please check whether there is any gap between four
adjustable legs and the floor.
• Turn adjustable legs by the spanner in order to adjust the level
of the washing machine.
• Make it sure that there is no swaying of the washing machine
and check that the washing machine is even completely.
(use a spirit level or the diagonal check.)
• After the level adjustment is finished, turn fixing nuts up tightly
so that the washing machine maintains the adjustment.
Fixing Nut
❈ Diagonal Check
When pushing down the edges of the washing machine top
plate diagonally, the machine should not move up and down
at all.
(Please, check both of two directions)
If machine rocks when pushing the machine top plate
diagonally, adjust legs again.
INSTALLATION
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3. MAINTENANCE
❈ Before cleaning the washer interior, unplug the electrical power cord to avoid electrical shock hazards.
Proper care of your washer can extend its life. This section explains how to care for your washer
properly and safely.
■ Cleaning your washer
Exterior
• Clean with warm water and a neutral non
abrasive household detergent.
• Immediately wipe off detergent, bleach and other
spills with a soft and damp cloth or sponge.
• Occasionally wipe off the outside of the
washer to keep its looking like new one.
Interior
• Clean with 250ml of chlorine bleach mixed with
500ml of the detergent.
• Open the door of the washer and dry the gasket and
door glass.
• Run the washer complete cycle with hot water.
• If necessary, repeat the process.
Do not put sharp or metal object in your washer, or they can damage the finish.
Check all pockets for pins, clips, money, bolts, nuts, etc.
Do not lay these objects in your washer after emptying pockets.
■ Cold condition or Winter storage
Install and store your washer where it will not freeze. Because some water may stay in the hoses, freezing can damage
your washer.
If you store or move your washer during freezing weather, follow these instructions to prevent the damage to the
washer.
1. Turn off the water tap.
2. Disconnect inlet hose(s) from water supply and drain the water from hose(s).
3. Plug the power cord and Open the door.
4. Add about 3ℓ of nontoxic antifreeze into the drum. Close the door.
5. Run the washer on spin or drain cycle to drain out all water.
6. Unplug the power cord and open the door to dry the drum interior. Close the door.
7. Dry excessive water of the detergent case.
8. To remove the remaining antifreeze, run the washer on complete cycle using the detergent and without the laundry.
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MAINTENANCE
■ Cleaning the water inlet filter.
• “IE” error message (refer to troubleshooting guide) will display when the water does not enter the detergent case.
• If your water is very hard or contains traces of lime deposit, the water inlet filter may become clogged.
And the water leaks from the water inlet.
• It is therefore a good idea to clean it from time to time.
1 Turn off the water tap.
2 Separate the inlet hose.
3 Pull out the inlet filter.
Clean the inlet filter with
the brush.
4 Connect the inlet hose.
■ Cleaning the drain filter.
• This drain filter is used to screen the foreign stuffs such as threads, coins, pins, buttons etc..
• If the drain filter is not cleaned at proper time(every 10 times of use), drain problem could be caused.
CAUTION : Be careful when draining if the water is hot.
1. Open the cover-pump(1)
by using coin.
Separate the cover-pump(1)
from the washing machine.
2. Install the cover-pump(1) to the
lower frame(2).
Open the pump-filter(3) slowly
and allow the remaining water to
flow into a suitable container.
3. Remove foreign objects
from the pump-filter(3) and
clean the interior.
Close the pump-filter(3) and
replace the cover-pump(1).
3
1
2
1
1
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■ Cleaning the detergent case.
• In case of residual detergents or fabric softeners have accumulated ;
- It should be cleaned with a jet of running water.
- If necessary, it can be removed completely from the washing machine.
Push point
1 Pull-out
2 Push and pull again
• Detergents can be also accumulate the inside cavity.
In this case, the inside cavity should be cleaned with a brush.
• After cleaning, replace the detergent case and run Rinse cycle without laundry.
■ Cleaning the washing drum.
• If you live in a hard-water area, the limescale may be accumulated in the place where it cannot be seen.
(So, it is not easily removed.)
• The successive accumulation of the scale clogs the washer.
• Although the washing drum is made of stainless steel, specks of rust can be caused by small metal articles (paper
clips, safety pins) which have been left in the drum.
• The washing drum should be cleaned from time to time.
• If you use descaling chemical agents (dyes, bleaches and etc.), make sure they are suitable for washer. (They
may contain chemicals that damages your washer.)
* Remove any spots with a stainless steel cleaning agents. (Do not use steel wool.)
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MAINTENANCE
4. DIRECTION FOR DISASSEMBLY
DOOR LOCK SWITCH
1 Open the door and remove the clamp door as.
2 Separate the gasket from the cabinet front and remove
two screws.
3 Remove the door lock switch from the cabinet front .
DRAIN PUMP
1 Separate the cover pump from the cabinet front and
remove screw.
2 Lay the right-side of the washer on the floor. And separate connectors and hose drain from the pump.
3 Remove the hose drain o from the pump.
DIRECTION FOR DISASSEMBLY
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HEATER AND THERMISTOR
1 Separate the plate t as from the washer.
(Remove two screws at rear)
2 Separate the case detergent as and remove two
screws from panel f.
3 Separate the panel f as from the washer.
4 Separate the cabinet front from the washer.
(Remove the clamp door as and 4 screws)
5 Separate connectors from the heater and remove the
nut by using a box wrench.
6 Remove the earth terminal and loosen the nut by using
a box wrench.
7 Pull out the heater from the tub.
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DIRECTION FOR DISASSEMBLY
UNIVERSAL MOTOR
Firstly, you have to do from 1 to 5 of HEATER AND THERMISTOR DISASSEMBLY.
1 Separate the box inlet as from the washer.
(Remove screws and hose inlet)
2 Remove the screw of the motor connector.
And separate the connector from the tub.
3 Separate the hose air from the sensor pressure.
4 Lay the front-side of washer on the floor.
And remove four screws.
5 Separate two dampers and the hose drain.
6 Lift up the cabinet as.
7 Separate the belt.
8 Remove two screws from the motor and remove the
screw from the drum using a box wrench.
DIRECTION FOR DISASSEMBLY
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5. EXPLODE VIEW AND PARTS LIST
■ BOX INLET AS
No.
PART NAME
SPECIFICATION
Q'TY
REMARK
A01 CASE HANDLE
36111T2T00
HIPS, D-MT
1
A02 CASE DETERGENT
36111T2V00
PP, D-MT
1
A03 BOX INLET
3617511700
PP
1
A04 CAP SOFTENER
3610907800
PP
1
A05 NOZZLE TOP
3618112000
PP
1
A06 NOZZLE UNDER
3618112100
PP
1
A07 HOSE WATER SUPPLY
3613270900
EPDM ID9.5 OD14.5
2(3)
A08 CLAMP HOSE
3611205800
100H, ID=13.8 W=10.0 0.9T
4(6)
A09 VALVE INLET
3615414900
220-240 2-WAY PP/BRACKET
1
COLD
3615416820
220-240V.VDE.BITRON.329/349 2WAY
1
COLD(EU)
3615414800
220-240V 1-WAY HOT PP
1
HOT(OPTION)
7272400811
TT3 TRS 4x8 MFZN
A10 SCREW TAPPING
12
PART CODE
EXPLODE VIEW AND PARTS LIST
2(4)
0.245
■ PANEL FRONT AS
No.
PART NAME
PART CODE
SPECIFICATION
Q'TY
B01 PANEL F
36142T3900
ABS
1
B02 BUTTON DIAL
3616647500
ABS
1
PRPSSWC280
D-MU805 PCB AS(NVDE,DUAL&BB)
1
PRPSSWC281
D-MU805 PCB AS(NVDE,COLD&NB)
PRPSSWC282
D-MU805 PCB AS(NVDE,COLD&BB)
PRPSSWC283
D-MU805 PCB AS(NVDE,DUAL&NB)
PRPSSWC285
D-MU805 PCB AS(VDE,DUAL&BB)
PRPSSWC286
D-MU805 PCB AS(VDE,COLD&NB)
PRPSSWC287
D-MU805 PCB AS(VDE,COLD&BB)
PRPSSWC288
D-MU805 PCB AS(VDE,DUAL&NB)
B03 PCB AS
B04 WINDOW DISPLAY
3615511500
TR-ABS
1
B05 BUTTON FUNCTION
3616647400
ABS
1
REMARK
EXPLODE VIEW AND PARTS LIST
13
■ CABINET FRONT AS
No.
14
PART NAME
PART CODE
SPECIFICATION
Q'TY
C01 CABINET F
361081280T
SECD T0.7
1
C02 NUR HEX
7S627W50X1
NUT FLANGE M5x0.8P MFZN
2
C03 SWITCH DOOR LOCK
3619047100
DL-LC BITRON-3P 250V16A
1
C04 SCREW TAPPING
3616029950
TTS " S" HEX F/L 4x8
5
C05 SCREW TAPPING
7122401408
T2S TRS 4x14 SUS
2
C06 CLAMP DOOR AS
3611204810
HSW3, D1.4
1
C07 CAP HINGE DOOR
3610916500
POM
4
C08 HINGE DOOR
361290370T
ALDC
1
C09 SCREW TAPPING
3616051229
STS430 F/L BOLT(SE) 5x12
2
C10 COVER PUMP
3611428500
HIPS
1
C11 FRAME DOOR O
36122UDS00
ABS
1
C12 FRAME DOOR I
361220870T
PP
1
C13 DOOR GLASS
361A11070T
GLASS PI300
1
C14 HANDLE DOOR
3612613800
ABS
1
C15 PIN HANDLE
3618200200
SUS304, D3, L48
1
C16 HOOK DOOR
3613101210
ZNDC 5.5K
1
EXPLODE VIEW AND PARTS LIST
REMARK
■ TUB AS
EXPLODE VIEW AND PARTS LIST
15
No.
PART NAME
PART CODE
SPECIFICATION
Q'TY
D01 TUB REAR AS
3618830911
D-MT'S TUB REAR+BEARING HOUSING C/CORE
1
D02 BEARING INNER
3616304700
6205ZZ SHENS
1
D03 BEARING OUTER
3616304800
6204ZZ SHENS
1
D04 WATER SEAL
361A600300
NBR
1
D05 GASKET TUB
3612324100
PI=4.5, L=1650, EPDM
1
D06 FIXTURE HEATER
3612009400
SUS, PI=2
1
D07 TUB FRONT
3618830800
FRPP 10% D-MT805'S
1
D08 GASKET
3612327200
EPDM 3T
1
D09 CLAMP GASKET AS
3611204520
HSW3
1
D10 DRUM SUB AS
361701040T
D-MT
1
D11 SPIDER AS
361A301000
D-MU80'S ALDC+SHAFT
1
D12 SPECIAL BOLT
3616063000
STS430 M6*21 SI-LOCK
3
D13 LIFTER WASH
361A401100
PP
1
361A401110
D-MU80 NANO
D14 SPECIAL SCREW(TUB)
3616062700
SWRCH18A 5.6*30
12
D15 PULLEY
3618434200
ALDC,MT,SERRATION
1
D16 SPECIAL BOLT AS
3616063110
M8X27 S/W P/W SI-LOCK HEX:13
1
D17 UNIT MOTOR UNIVERSAL
36189L5H11
G&J MU12 ,220V 2POLES 38T,TONLON 39T
1
D18 SPECIAL SCREW(MOTOR)
3616062800
SWRCH18A 7.4*25.5
2
D19 BELT V
3616591310
YUNMA 4PJ1134 BUTADIENE RUBBER
1
D20 HEATER WASH
3612803100
230V 1800W.1R4A852002.IRCA FUSE 2EA
1
D21 THERMISTOR WASH
361AAAAB10
R25=1.704K•ÿ, R80=11.981Kߟ
1
D22 HARNESS EARTH
3612794450
UL AWG18 L180 D-MU80 EARTH HEATER
1
D23 BALANCER WEIGHT T
3616111400
PP, INSERT 7KG
1
D24 SPECIAL SCREW
3616029400
SWCH 8.5X30
3
D25 HOSE INLET
3613276500
EPDM
1
D26 CLAMP HOSE I
3611201400
HSW3, D=2.6, MFZN D=38
1
D27 SPRING SUSPENSION
3615116100
K=0.39, L=125
2
D28 HOSE DRAIN AS
3613272310
HOSE DRAIN(EPDM) + AIR TRAP(PP)
1
REMARK
NON-NANO
NANO(OPTION)
+ HOSE AIR(ID=4, OD=8, L=560, EPDM)
+ CLAMP AS(ID=81, CIMA)
+ CLAMP HOSE(D=26) + CLAMP HOSE(ID=36)
16
D29 SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
T2S TRS 4X14 MFZN
1
D30 DAMPER FRICTION
361A700140
70N CIMA ST=170-260 DL=202
1
LEFT
361A700120
120N AKS ST=170-260 DL=197.5 LOW NOISE
1
RIGHT
D31 DAMPER PIN
361A700200
AKS D=14.5
2
D32 UNIT BUBBLE PUMP AS
36189L4163
220-240V DBK-240DH RP CUSHION L=420
1
OPTION
D33 SPECIAL SCREW(BUBBLE)
3616007400
T2S TRS 4X10+24
2
OPTION
D34 BALANCET WEIGHT L
3616111500
D-MT'S 4.5KG
1
D35 SPECIAL SCREW(BALANCER)
3616062900
SWRCH18A 8*31 PW
2
EXPLODE VIEW AND PARTS LIST
■ CABINET AS
EXPLODE VIEW AND PARTS LIST
17
No.
PART NAME
PART CODE
SPECIFICATION
361081WA00
D-MU80 SGCC(GI) 0.7T COLD
361081WA01
D-MU80 SGCC 0.7T COLD+HOT
E02 FRAME LOWER
36122UDR00
SGCC T=0.6
1
E03 BASE U L
3610394500
SGCC1.2T
1
LEFT
BASE U R
3610394600
SGCC1.2T
1
RIGHT
E04 LEG ADJUST AS
3617703800
FOOT(BUTYL)+SPECIAL NUT(SCP1)
4
E01 CABINET
Q'TY
REMARK
1
COLD
COLD+HOT
+SPECIAL BOLT(10x1.25, 51MM)
3617703811
CHINA, FOOT+SPECIAL NUT(M10x1, 25P)
3612797210
FULL OPTION
3612797220
HOT/NON BUBBLE
3612797230
NON HOT/BUBBLE
3612797240
NON HOT/NON BUBBLE
3612797250
NON EMI/FULL OPTION
3612797260
NON EMI/HOT/NON BUBBLE
3612797270
NON EMI/NON HOT/BUBBLE
3612797280
NON EMI/NON HOT/NON BUBBLE
E06 UNIT DRAIN PUMP AS
36189L5K10
220-240V, 50Hz, 30W, AL, NO-HOLE
1
E07 SCREW TAPPING
7112401211
T1 TRS 4*12 MFZN
1
E08 HOSE DRAIN O AS
361326852T
L=1800, STRAIGHT TYPE, CLAMP PI=27
1
E09 CLAMP HOSE
3611206410
NYLON, DA-16N, ID21.9 D-MU80
1
E10 SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
T2S TRS 4X14 MFZN
1
E11 PLATE T AS
361454070T
D-MT
1
3614540701
SILVER PATTERN D-MU1033
1
E12 SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
T2S TRS 4X14 MFZN
2
E13 CORD POWER AS
3611339630
EU-2PIN H05VV-F 1.0SQ 250V 16A 1.4M
1
E14 SENSOR PRESSURE
3614825320
DL-DW12-H AIR INLET 270 HOOK TYPE
1
E17 SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
T2S TRS 4x14 MFZN
1
E15 FRAME UPPER
36122UDT00
SGCC 1.0T
1
E16 SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
T2S TRS 4X14 MFZN
2
TOP FIX
3616029950
TTSS" HEX F/L 4*8 "
2
FRONT FIX
E18 FRAME TOP L
36122UDP00
SGCC T 1.4
1
FRAME TOP R
36122UDQ00
SGCC T 1.4
1
E19 EMI FILTER
3611910910
EMI FILTER DPC DFC-2712D-14A44GW
1
E20 SCREW TAPPING
7122401411
T2S TRS 4x14 MFZN
1
E05 HARNESS AS
(FRAME UPPER FIX)
18
EXPLODE VIEW AND PARTS LIST
ALTERNATE
1
6. FUNCTIONS OF THE CONTROL PANEL
■ D-M805'S/M105'S
Program selector
Indicator light
For switching the washing machine on and off
and for selecting the program.
Can be rotated in both direction.
Even if the program selector rotates while the
program is running, the program is not changed
(except for off
).
(All program is electronically controlled by PCB)
The respective indicator lights up, when the
required program segment runs or ‘Time
delay’ is selected.
Time delay
To pre-engage time for washing.
As the button is pressed, the delayed time is
repeated as following;
2hours ➝ 3hours ➝ 4hours ➝ • • •
➝ 46hours ➝ 47hours ➝ max 48hours
Spin selector
Start/Hold button
You can select the spin programs (Spin
800rpm(1000rpm)
For starting the washing cycle.
(program must have been selected)
and Spin 500rpm) by turning the Program
selector.
Button for options
500rpm of spin velocity is selected
automatically with WOOL/Hand Wash program
in order to protect damage on laundry.
800rpm(1000rpm) of spin velocity is selected
automatically with
COTTON/SYNTHETIC/Quick15'/Intensive/
Sportswear/Rinse+Spin programs.
(in addition to the program if required)
Rinse +
Rinse Hold
Extra rinse cycle.
No final spin cycle.
• Combination of additional option is possible.
• The indicator lamp of the buttons lights up if
options are active.
• Switch off option : Press button again.
*Warning
If value of unbalance is extremely high, spin
speed can't reached that r.p.m of selected by
spin selector.
Note
By turning right the Program Selector, the program is selected in order of
COTTON COLD ➝ COTTON 40° ➝ COTTON 60° ➝ COTTON 60°/Pre ➝ COTTON 95° ➝
SYNTHETIC ➝ WOOL/Hand Wash ➝ Quick 15' ➝ Intensive ➝ Sportswear ➝ Rinse+Spin ➝
Rinse ➝ Spin 500rpm ➝ Spin 800rpm(1000rpm) ➝ Drain ➝ OFF ➝ COTTON COLD ➝ COTTON
40° ➝ •••
FUNCTIONS OF THE CONTROL PANEL
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7. FUNCTIONS OF THE CONTROLLER
■ SEQUENCE CHART (DWD-M805'S/M105'S)
Cotton
Division
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Progress Time
Sensing
Water Supply
Pre Wash
Drain
B-Spin
Middle Spin
Sensing
Water Supply
Wash 1
(Heating)
W
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Wash 2
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Drain
B-Spin
Middle Spin
Water Supply
Rinse 1
Drain
B-Spin
Middle Spin
Water Supply
Rinse 2
Drain
B-Spin
Middle Spin
Water Supply
Rinse 3
Drain
B-Spin
Main Spin
Untangle
End
Total Time
NOTE
20
20sec.
2min.
10min.
8min.
1min.
2min.
3min.
20sec.
2min.
70min.
60min.
35min.
30min.
20min.
15min.
83min.
33min.
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3min.
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4min.
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3min.
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7min.
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3min.
1min.
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COLD
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60 °C PRE
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95 °C
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• The washing time may vary by the amount of laundry, water pressure, water temperature and
other washing conditions. If an unbalanced load is detected or if suds removing program
operate, the washing time maybe extended. (Maximum increasing time is about 1hour.)
• The default Spin RPM of courses : Cotton course (800), Synthetic course(800), Wool
course(450).
FUNCTIONS OF THE CONTROLLER
Division
P
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END
Progress Time
Sensing
Water Supply
Pre Wash
20sec.
2min.
10.min.
8min.
1min.
2min.
3min.
20sec.
2min.
50min.
25min.
20min.
15min.
10min.
33min.
28min.
23min.
20min.
18min.
13min.
1min.
2min.
4min.
2min.
3min.
1min.
2min.
4min.
2min.
3min.
1min.
2min.
4min.
2min.
3min.
1min.
2min.
7min.
5min.
3min.
1min.
10sec.
Drain
B-Spin
Middle Spin
Sensing
Water Supply
Wash 1
(Heating)
Wash 2
Drain
B-Spin
Middle Spin
Water Supply
Rinse 1
Drain
B-Spin
Middle Spin
Water Supply
Rinse 2
Drain
B-Spin
Middle Spin
Water Supply
Rinse 3
Drain
B-Spin
Main Spin
Untangle
End
Total Time
NOTE
Wool
Synthetic &Hand Quick
15
wash
Inten Intensive
Rinse
standard Sports
sive course
wear + Spin Rinse
Spin
Drain
400
800
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• The washing time may vary by the amount of laundry, water pressure, water temperature and
other washing conditions. If an unbalanced load is detected or if suds removing program
operate, the washing time maybe extended. (Maximum increasing time is about 1hour.)
FUNCTIONS OF THE CONTROLLER
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8. FUNCTION OF THE CONVENIENT SERVICE
■ The test mode of the load movement
You can check the PCB ASS'Y and the condition of each load movement simply.
• The method to test the load movement
1 Plug the power cord.
2 Turn the program selector to arbitrary program (except for OFF
position).
(The indicator light of the Start/Hold button is on but not twinkles. If the indicator is twinkles, press the
Start/Hold button and turn the program selector to the off.)
3 Press the Rinse+ button 3times while press the Rinse Hold button.
4 Whenever the Time Delay button is pressed, each load movement is occurred as follows;
Door lock close → Hot valve on → Cold valve on → Pre wash valve on → Bubble pump on → Drain pump on
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FUNCTION OF THE CONVENIENT SERVICE
9. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
This washer is equipped with automatic safety function which detects and diagnoses faults at an early stage and copes
properly.
When the washer does not operate properly, check the following points.
■ Simply Check Guide
Problem
Cause
Program dose not start. Plug is loose or not plugged in.
Water dose not enter
the washing machine.
Washing machine is
not drain.
Washing machine is
not spin.
Solution
Insert plug tightly.
Power failure.
An interrupted program will be resumed when the
power return.
Loading door is not closed.
Check whether laundry is trapped in door.
Close the loading door. (a click should be heard)
Program is not selected.
Select the desired program.
Start/Hold button is not pressed.
Press the Start/Hold button.
Water tap is not turned on.
Turn the water tap on.
Inlet hose is kinked or folded.
Straighten the inlet hose.
Filters is blocked in water inlet
filter.
Clean the water inlet filter.
Drain hose is kinked or clogged.
Straighten and clean the drain hose.
Pump filter is clogged.
Clean the pump filter.
The amount of laundry is too
small.
Add the laundry to balance. And repeat the Spin
cycle.
The laundry is unbalanced.
Rearrange the laundry. And repeat the Spin cycle.
If articles of heavy clothing (e.g. bath robe) are
loaded, washing machine may skip or stop the spin
cycle.
Spin result is
unsatisfactory.
Drain hose is placed over 1m
above the floor.
Place the drain hose under 1m above the floor.
Foam come out of the
detergent case.
Too much detergent or unsuitable
detergent used.
Repeat the Rinse cycle.
Serious noise and
vibration.
Transit bolts are not removed.
Remove the transit bolts.
Washing machine is installed on
uneven floor.
Reinstall washing machine on even floor.
Washing machine is not leveled.
Adjust the level of washing machine using adjustable
legs.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
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■ DISPLAY ERROR MESSAGE
MESSAGE
IE
OE
UE
LE
24
ERROR
WATER
INLET
ERROR
DRAIN
ERROR
UNBALANCE
ERROR
DOOR OPEN
ERROR
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
CAUSE
SOLUTION
The water tap is closed.
Open the water tap.
The filter of the valve inlet is clogged.
Clean the filter of the valve inlet.
The valve inlet is an inferior product or broke
down.
Change the valve inlet.
The water level sensor (sensor pressure) is an
inferior product or broke down.
Change the water level sensor
(sensor pressure).
The drain motor works during water supply.
Change the drain motor.
The PCB ASS’Y does not check the water level.
Change the PCB ASS’Y.
The drain hose is kinked or clogged.
Clean and straighten the drain hose.
The drain motor is an inferior product.
Change the drain motor.
The valve inlet works during drain.
Change the valve inlet.
The water level sensor is an inferior product.
Change the water level sensor.
The PCB ASS’Y does not check the water level.
Change the PCB ASS’Y.
The laundry is concentrated to one side of the
drum during spin.
Rearrange the laundry.
The Start/Hold button is pressed while the door is
opened.
Close the door.
The switch door lock is an inferior product.
Change the switch door lock.
The PCB ASS’Y does not check the door lock.
Change the PCB ASS’Y.
MESSAGE
ERROR
E2
OVERFLOW
ERROR
CAUSE
SOLUTION
The water is supplied continuously due to an
inferior valve inlet.
Change the valve inlet.
The valve inlet is normal, but the water level
sensor (sensor pressure) is inferior.
Change the water level sensor (sensor
pressure).
The drain motor dose not work. (The drain
motor is an inferior product or broke down.)
Change the drain motor.
E4
LEAKAGE
ERROR
Water leaks from the tub or the hose drain.
Check the leak of the tub or the hose drain.
Then change the tub or the hose drain.
E7
DIRECTION
ERROR
The motor spins into an opposite direction.
Change the PCB ASS’Y or the motor.
The motor hall IC is an inferior product or broke
down.
Change the motor hall IC or the motor.
The motor is not normally connected.
Check the connector of the motor.
The motor does not work. (The motor is an
inferior product or broke down.)
Change the motor.
E8
MOTOR
ERROR
E9
SENSOR
PRESSURE
ERROR
The water level sensor is an inferior product.
Change the water level sensor.
H2
THERMISTOR
WASH ERROR
The thermistor wash is an inferior product or
broke down.
Change the thermistor wash.
The thermistor wash is not connected normally.
Check the connector of the thermistor
wash.
H4
THERMISTOR The heater worked without the water in the tub.
WASH
OVERHEATING The thermistor wash is an inferior product or
broke down.
ERROR
Check the water level.
Change the thermistor wash.
H5
WATER TEMP.
ERROR
H6
HEATER WASH The heater wash dose not work. (The water
temp. doesn't rise over 2°C during 10min.)
ERROR
Change the heater wash.
H8
The heater worked without the water in the tub.
HEATER
WASH
OVERHEATING
ERROR
Check the water level and the heater
wash.
PFE
( E0 )
PUMP FILTER
ERROR
The water temp. is over 45°C in delicate & wool Change the thermistor wash.
course. (The thermistor wash is an inferior
product or broke down.)
The drain pump filter is clogged.
Clean the drain pump filter.
The drain pump does not work during spin.
Change the drain pump.
The large amount of detergent was used.
Use the proper amount of detergent.
The drain hose is placed higher than 1m above
the floor.
Place the drain hose 1m below the floor.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
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12
12
BL
SENSOR THERMISTOR BUBBLE PUMP
(OPTION)
PRESSURE
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Vdd1
BK
GY
OR
RD
PK
YW
GND
Signal
PRE COLD
RD
BL
YW
WH
VT
VALVE INLET
PUMP
MOTOR
SWITCH
DOOR LOCK
BK
PK
HOT
(OPTION)
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WF-2
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YL
R
(OPTION)
EARTH OUTER
MOTOR MAIN
(UNIVERSIAL)
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
WF-3
4321
4321
WH
PK
GN
BL
RING
2 1
RY-8
RY1-HO
(OPTION)
(1800W)
RING
RY8-HI
RING
WF-5
123456
123456
HEATER WASH
GN/YW
RD
BR
RING
WF-1
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R.S/W
321
321
321
321
~10A 250V
~15A 250V
~16A 250V
FUSE
(OPTION)
~15A 250V
LINE FILTER
POWER CORD
BL (N)
BL
BL
RING
GN
BR
WIRING DIAGRAM
BR (L)
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GN/YW
GN/YW
RING
RING
MAIN PCB
10. WIRING DIAGRAM
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