2012 TECHNICAL

REFERENCE MANUAL

WASHERS
03/04/05 MODELS
600 SERIES MODELS
WM60/70—6000 SERIES MODELS
WL6511/6532 XXL MODELS
WCAM1812 COMBINATION W/D



ASKO Appliances: Model # Conversions
WASHERS

Market Model

Model #'s In
Product # on
Service Bench
Serial Tag

Article Numbers

Description

WL6511/6532
XXL Washer
XXL Washer

WL6532XXL (All Colors)
WL6511XXL (All Colors)

WL6532XXL
WL6511XXL

Wl6532
WL6511

W6324
W6424
W6884ECCO
W6984FI

6324
6424
6884
6984

WM70.1
WM70.1
WM70.2
WM70.3

107632400, 107632406
107642400, 107642406
107688410
107698436

Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer

W6903FI
W6903
W6863

6903FI
6903
6863

WM60.3
WM60.3
WM60.2

107690336
107690310, 107690311
107686310, 107686311, 107686316

Washer Fully Integrated
Washer
Washer

W6761
W6661
W6641
W6461
W6441
W6222
W6221
W6022
W6021

6761
6661
6641
6461
6441
6222
6221
6022
6021

WM55A
WM55A
WM55A
WM50
WM50
WM25.3
WM44A
WM25.1
WM33A

Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer

W660
W640
W620
W600

660
640
620
600

WM55
WM55
WM44
WM33

Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer

20605
20005
20004
20003
13605
12505
12004
11505
10505
10504
9603
8005

20605
20005
20004
20003
13605
12505
12004
11505
10505
10504
9603
8005

WM220
WM200A
WM200
20003
WM120
WM100
WM110
WM140
WM90
WM90
9603
WM80

Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer
Washer

WCAM1812

WCAM1812

FC177

Combination Washer/Dryer

WM70 - 6000 Series

WM60 - 6000 Series

WM55/50/44/33/25 - 6000 Series

600 Series

03/04/05 Models

WCAM Combo

REFERENCE MANUAL
WASHERS
03/04/05 MODELS

DIAGNOSTICS

TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHARTS

WIRING DIAGRAMS

COMPONENT VALUES

TECHNICAL BULLETINS

03/04/05 WASHER DIAGNOSTICS .

03/04/05 WASHER DIAGNOSTICS .

to reduce serious out-ofbalance. Indicates that the machine has not spun i.e. Faults are indicated by: F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 Water supply (if the correct level has not been reached in five minutes). Fault in pumping out (if the water level above P1 after the outlet pump has run for 3 minutes). Overfilling (if the overfill level has lasted for more than 60 seconds). Heating pause fault )if the selected temperature has not been reached within 90 minutes).03/04/05 WASHER DIAGNOSTICS The various water levels are indicated by: P1 P2 P3 P4 Return to normal level Normal level High level Overfilled Indicated by 1 Indicated by 2 Indicated by 3 Indicated by 4 Stop the test program by pressing the Stop button for 3 seconds. ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS 1 Control unit Contains a microprocessor for operating the programs and controlling the powered devices. such as the motor and valves. 2 Push button panel Carries the pushbuttons and indicating lamps. Protected by a 6. A microprocessor provides communication with the control unit. Motor fault.3 A antisurge fuse. Thermistor fault. WM 200 .

Overfilling (if the overfill level has lasted for more than 60 seconds). This means that if the temperature by mistake is set on. Door lock release fault. to reduce serious out-ofbalance. Thermistor fault. Indicates that the machine has not spun i. Motor fault. In Whites wash/Cotton programs and in the synthetic programs the time for the temperature stop is maximized to 80 min. WM 220 .03/04/05 WASHER DIAGNOSTICS The various water levels are indicated by: P1 Return to normal level Indicated by 1 P2 Normal wash level Indicated by 2 P3 Normal rinse level Indicated by 3 P4 High rinse & wash level Indicated by 4 P5 Overfilled Indicated by 5 Stop the test program by pressing the Stop button. the temperature still will not be higher than good 40°C. say 90°C. Temperature block In the wool program. (can vary a little depending on the temperature of incoming water. Faults are indicated by: F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 Water supply (if the correct level has not been reached in five minutes).). Heating pause fault )if the selected temperature has not been reached within 90 minutes). the temperature stop step has been maximized to 24 minutes. Fault in pumping out (if the water level above P1 after the outlet pump has run for 3 minutes). the size of the load etc. This prevents among other things the water to cook by broken thermostat (if the capillary tube is broken) or that the machine goes on "for ever" by broken heater.e.

8 7 6 3 2 1 WM140 F F P63 LB 1 p p N24 VB S2 1 a 6 7 AP b P23 a F1 SML IV2N SMN IV1N P53 IV1L 14 P71 LM b 12 24 40°C 11 INK LM 21 22 34 60°C 31 a b 32 P54 1 71°C TB1 B2 TB1 D2 TB1 D4 BA N34 TR1 TB1 F3 TB2 E3 P55 TB2 E4 CW CW N32 TB2 F3 p 7 VB TB2 F4 TG N31 PD TR2 SR COLD WATER PD PERM.dimensions.type.T. Scale: 3 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM WM 140 KOPPLINGSSCHEMA WM 140 Rev Ind 80 620 63 01 2 Replace Replaced by 1 FORMAT A3 A . Description(English) Designed by Drawn by Description(own language) P-A W Iss by Dept Year 4 Week UT 96 23 ASKO CYLINDA H.etc. 96 39 Appd Year Week 5 Name of item Gen.tolerance: Drawing checked by Rev ind Revision 8 Article No. PRESS / DELICATE GA 3 3a SHORT RINSE CW P72 4 C RO 7a 2 VB D TB1 F4 TB1 A4 TR5 7 6 4 3 2 1 P8 SR TB2 D4 EL1 L LEVEL TM N TB1 E4 TB1 A2 a TB2 C4 BO EL2 P43 ELECTRONIC UNIT MO7 P61 16 B 18 14 AP F4 E D C A B 1a b IV2L C 1 TB2 A4 S1 2 GA P42 P13 a P21 F D 1 AP F2 TM EL 2 TB2 B4 L1 S1 1 5 VB 5a P76 EL 1 P44 P41 EL 2 b a b MO1 b L EL 1 a P31 9 P22 a b N12 6a PD 6 17 15 8 MO2 E F3 13 N14 P32 P75 S2 2 P11 MO4 N22 L a N11 N21 2a L2 10 P74 MO3 LB 2 1a MO6 MO5 VB 1 KOMPLETTSCHEMA Nr: 80 623 28-1 4 5 GENTLE ACTION B INTERN FÖRBINDNING / INTERNAL CONNECTION ALTERNATIV KOPPLING / ALTERNATIVE WIRING AP: TM: EL1: EL2: F: IL: IV: SM: LB: A DRAIN PUMP TIMER MOTOR HEATER 1 HEATER 2 FILTER INDICATION LAMP INLET VALVE RINSE AGENT VALVE DOOR SWITCH 1 LM: MO: N: P R: T: TB: VB: DOOR SOLENOID MOTOR LEVEL SWITCH TIMER CONTACT RELAY THERMOSTAT PUSH BUTTON SWITCH ROTARY SWITCH 71°C var 80°C 7 6 Qty Material.

Drawing checked by Iss by Dept UT CAD Year 4 Week 96 15 ASKO CYLINDA Appd Year Week 5 Qty Material. PS PS PS 97 45 97 36 97 13 Description(English) Drawn by Description(own language) H. Gen. Element dragning införd Name of item Scale: MCU ST1 7 Rev ind Revision 7 IV1N E2-1 EL1 R 24 IV2 INKB BA S1 1 HV IV2N E2-2 KOPPLING/WIRING FHP-MOTOR SM HVN E2-3 F2 R44 BLÅ/BLUE L S2 1 VIT/WHITE L2 RÖD/RED F2 SMN E12-1 S11 02 E12-2 R43 KOPPLING/WIRING JAPAN F1 D AP N2 24 N1 21 FUSE CONNECTION USA &CANADA L TH E6-2 L1 N N FILTER E9-2 S1 2 L1 F E1-1 B A 1 E1-2 N KOMPLETTSCHEMA Nr: 80 615 18 F F2 F2 L2 F3 F4 F1 KBC: C 3 WM220 BA: E 4 5 *A : 3 FAS 10A/ 3 PHASE 10A *B : 1 FAS 10A/ 1 PHASE 10A *C : 1 FAS 15-16A/ 1 PHASE 15-16A 3 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM WM220 KOPPLINGSSCHEMA WM220 80 614 86 2 Rev Ind 03 Replace 8061486 rev02 PS Replaced by 1 FORMAT A3 A .dimensions. Japan införd Alt. FHP-motor införd Kopplings alt. *B F1 L2 2 TB 1 TB 1 TB 2 TB 2 E9-1 LB 2 *A LM LM E9-3 *C *B.T.8 F 7 6 D TUB BALJA BOTTOM BO: BOTTEN MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK INKB: INKOPPLINGSPLINT LEVEL SWITCH N: NIVÅBRYTARE TACHOGENERATOR TG: TACHOGENERATOR ROTOR RO: ROTOR RELAY R: RELÄ HEATER EL: VÄRMEELEMENT FILTER F: FILTER L3 L3 *A. *C S1 1 MO1 RO ST2-2 MO4 ST2-3 ST2-4 E6-1 ST1-5 E5-2 ST1-3 E5-3 ST1-2 E5-4 ST1-1 ST2-6 E E5-1 ST1-4 ST2-5 MO6 INKB MCU ST2-1 MO2 MO3 MO5 TG N DRAIN PUMP AP AP: AVLOPPSPUMP MO MOTOR MO: MCU ST1 7 MOTOR THERMISTOR TH: TERMISTOR DOOR SOLENOID LM: LUCKMAGNET DOOR SWITCH LB: LUCKBRYTARE E9-4 LB 1 E5-5 PCU ST2-7 MO7 E7-4 P1-1 E7-3 P1-2 E4-1 E7-2 P2-1 E4-2 E7-1 P2-2 BO1 BA EL1 AP EL2 N2 p N1 p KEYBOARD UNIT KNAPPSATS PROGRAM CONTROL UNIT PCU: PROGRAM KONTROLLENHET MOTOR CONTROL UNIT MCU: MOTOR KONTROLLENHET INLET VALVE PREWASH AND RINSE IV1: INLOPPSVENTIL FÖRTVÄTT OCH SKÖLJ INLET VALVE MAINWASH COLD IV2: INLOPPSVENTIL HUVUDTVÄTT INLET VALVE MAINWASH HOT IV3: INLOPPSVENTIL HUVUDTVÄTT VARMVATTEN INLET VALVE RINSE AGENT IV4: INLOPPSVENTIL SKLÖJMEDEL INTERNAL CONNECTION INTERN KOPPLING ALTERNATIVE WIRING ALTERNATIV KOPPLING N1 p N2 21 N2 p AP N2 22 N1 24 KBC E8-1 E8-2 N2 11 N1 12 N2 14 E8-3 E18-1 E18-2 N1 11 E18-3 E18-4 N1 14 01 R24 R44 R33 EL1V R44 R34 C E3-1 R23 EL2V R34 R24 E3-2 Rb EL2R EL1R Ra L1 S2 2 R24 R34 N N S1 2 L R 34 03 02 01 R 44 INKB 8 EL2 AP MO 6 IV1 B BO1 Article No.tolerance: Designed by BO2 Kopplings alt.etc.type.

10 HALVLAST 15' TO5' I PROGR.SKONG. / SEC.GENT. NO SPIN 60" SPIN A 30"TO3' 3. C FUNCTION H\GNIV. KOMPLETTSCHEMA Nr:80 615 18 FUNKTION E 1 E STEGTIDER I MINUTER : STEPTIMES IN MINUTES : 12 2 F 4.VÄRMEVÄNT.10 EUROPA PROG. FÖRBIPROGRAMMERAT STEG BY PASSED STEP 3 EKONOMI D 1-2 HALVLAST TILLKOMMET STEG ADDED STEP 5-7. 120 SEK. > 40 C Drawn by Description(own language TIMER DIAGRAM WM 220 HT Drawing checked b 7 6 UT Year 5 4 Week 96 32 Appd Year Week Rev ind Revision 8 Iss by Dep 3 80 614 84 2 Rev Ind Replace Replaced by 1 FORMAT A3 A . ELEMENT I FÖRSTA STEGET. SPIN B SPIN B SPIN B SPIN B C 4. TO80' 1-7. ENDAST I VISSA MASKINER WARM PREWASH.SKONG. NOT EUROPE PROG. VARM FÖRTVÄTT.9.5' D 3 START POSITION SPINNING MOTOR (DIRECT) MOTOR (LEVEL) DRAINPUMP INLET VALVE 1 INLET VALVE 2 INLET VALVE HV INLET VALVE SM ELEMENT THE PROGRAMS KNAPP / SWITCH PREWASH 1 MAINWASH 2 SHORT MAINWASH 3 WOOL PROGRAM 4 5 RINSES 5 4 RINSES 6 3 RINSES 7 SHORT SPIN. / SEC.type. ELEMENT IN 1ST STEP. 8 2 RINSES 9 1 RINSE 10 LONG SPIN.dimensions.GENT.5' EJ EUROPA PROG.ACT.9-11 EJ CENTR. 16. SKONG.HIGH LEV. CLOCKWISE MOTURS ANTICLOCKWISE SKONGÅNG MEDURS CLOCKWISE GENTLE ACTION MOTURS ANTICLOCKWISE NORMALGÅNG MEDURS CLOCKWISE NORMAL ACTION B MEDURS GENT.tolerance: Description(English) TIMER DIAGRAM WM 220 Designed by INLOPPSVENTIL 3 ENDAST I VARMVATTENANSLUTNA MASKINER OCH VALD TEMP. F 5 6 4.5' TO5' 30"TO3' 60" 40" 22' 4.ACT HALF LOAD HALF LOAD ECONOMY SHORT SPIN. > 40 C INLET VALVE 3 ONLY IN HOT WATER CONNECTED MACHINES AND SELECTED TEMP.5' TO5' SPIN D 30"TO3' TO5' SPIN B 30"TO3' 4.5' TO5' SPIN D 30"TO3' 4. 4. 2 SKÖLJ 1 SKÖLJ LÅNG CENTR. 11 TO5' E 4 4" PROGRAMSTART CENTRIFUGERING MOTOR (DIREKT) MOTOR (NIVÅ) AVLOPPSPUMP INLOPPSVENTIL 1 INLOPPSVENTIL 2 INLOPPSVENTIL HV INLOPPSVENTIL SM ELEMENT PROGRAMMEN FÖRTVÄTT HUVUDTVÄTT KORT HUVUDTVÄTT YLLETVÄTT 5 SKÖLJ 4 SKÖLJ 3 SKÖLJ KORT CENTR. ONLY IN SOME MACHINES Article No Name of item Qty Material.5' 5' 21' TO24' 1-7.TEMPSTOP MOTURS ANTICLOCKWISE B 3 SEK.ACT HIGH LEV.etc.9.5' SPIN B 1-3 H\GNIV. A Scale: Gen.5' 1-3 KORT CENTR. IN PROGR.5' TO5' 30"TO3' 6.5' 7 30"TO3' 8 EUROPE PROG.

CAD Year 4 Week UT 95 45 Appd Year Week 5 Qty Material.SCHEMA WM120 80 613 96 2 Rev Ind Replace 06 Replaced by 1 FORMAT A3 A . Scale: 25 Rev ind Revision 6 C 1 PHASE 10A EL1 01 N1 14 7 IV 2 PF 2 1 FAS 10A EL2 03 EL1 P53 AP P27 05 L2 EL1 R2 b ALT 2: CHANGE OVER INLET 1 ST2 N2 14 04 L3 L2 R2 a P13 N1 24 N1 21 D P51 R2 33 5 PF 2 N1 14 EL1 PF 2 EL2 HVN R2 34 ALTERNATIV KOPPLING/ALTERNATIVE WIRING (TB1 XX) ALTERNATIV KONTAKT PUNKT/ALTERNATIVE CONNECTION POINT INTERN FÖRBINDNING/INTERNAL CONNECTION 1 PHASE 16A L IV 2N P 14 N2 11 FUSE CONNECTION FOR USA & CANADA L (TB2 D2) TB2 D4 (TB1 B2) TB1 C4 (TB1 A2) TB1 D4 AP p EL1 AV SM N HV (TB2 A2) TB2 A4 AP N1 22 TB3 4(TB3 2) N2 12 p IV 2 2 P68 TB3 3(TB3 1) P67 3 VARMVATTENANSLUTEN MASKIN HOT WATER CONNECTED MACHINE 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 p AV SPINSPEED SELECTION ST1 a P72 3 2 1 SM 11 6 R3b (TB2 B2) TB2 B4 b P71 b TB2 E4 IV 1 8 13 P64 R3a R3 41 A b N2 21 R3 42 B a P21 N2 21 P13 P15 P53 N1 14 KOMPLETTSCHEMA NR: 80 615 04 C T1 1 TB1 A4 (TB1 E2) Rb N2 24 p HVN KOPP.betckningar på TB3 tillkom PS 97 38 Kopplings alt.etc. LOW POWER MO: E: STYRENHET CONTROL UNIT LB: LUCKBRYTARE DOOR SWITCH ROTOR ROTOR F FILTER FILTER N: NIVÅBRYTARE LEVEL SWITCH ILA: INDIKERINGSLAMPA INDICATION LAMP P: PROGRAMVERK TIMER (TB1 D2) TB1 E4 LB 1 S 2 P25 S T1 2 F1 L1 N F R1333 Ra EL 2V EL 1V a P14 b EL 1R EL 2R AV N1 12 (TB1 D4) TB1 E2 (TB1 E4) TB1 D2 P27 TB1 F2 (TB1 C4) N1 11 TB1 D2 (TB1 E4) P65 S 1 FAS 16A L S 1 FAS 16/10 A 1 PHASE 16/10 A S F2 S F1 L L3 N INKB 8 7 6 MCU 5 4 3 2 06 EL2 IV 1 SM SM N IV 2N MO7 N1 14 EL1 EL2 KOPPLINGSALT. varvtalsomk. HÖG EFFEKT HEATER.7 RELÄ RELAY EL 2: ELEMENT. Name of item B P53 Gen. funkt. 5h ändrades PS 97 22 Koppling avloppsventil tillkom HT 96 39 02 Fast 3-skölj tillkom HT 96 34 Omv. AVLOPPSVENTIL CONNECTION OUTLET VALVE LB2 N2 22 (TB1 F2) TB1 B4 Ra R1434 R 24 R 44 EL 1 EL 2 P3 TB2 F4 E (TB2 C2) TB2 C4 LM HV APAV BA MCU ST1 7 R43 INKB R23 T 1 2 3 4 5 5h 4 TB2 E4 P61 PF3 TB2 F1 ALT 1: MIXED INLET 7 LM b a 1 2 3 4 5 P4 1/2 INKB BO IV2N K1 P66 P51 PF2 MO SMN V1 3 2 1 b 5 F3 F4 F2 D IV1N P23 F E TM NIV N TM T1 4 PCU TM IV2 SM P8 EUROPA LM NL K1 PF1 P8 2 SSP L P11 IV1 T1 1 L2 20 P8 1 TH P62 a L3 18 1 P24 LB 2 E TERMOSTAT THERMOSTAT T: WM120 TB2 E1 P8 3 TERMORELÄ THERMAL RELAY MCU ST1 7 (TB1 C2) TB1 F4 16 14 b ba MO1 BO2 TR: 12 ba MO2 TB: LUCKMAGNET DOOR SOLENOID ba ba MO4 MO BA LM: ELEMENT.type. FHP-MOTOR PS 97 45 Alt.dimensions. T. Vølund P-A 96 HV R O HVN P 14 T G P51 R2 42 R2 34 R2 a R2 33 R2 41 R2 b P13 Article No.(own language) Drawing checked by Iss by Dept H. LÅG EFFEKT ELEMENT.tolerance: Description(English) Designed by Drawn by Descript. HIGH POWER TRYCKBRYTARE PUSH BUTTON SWITCH a MO3 BO1 EL 2 EL 1 INLOPPSVENTILER R: INLET VALVES EL 1: 1 SPIN SPEED SELECTION FIXED SPEEDS IV/SM: RO: 2 MOTOR MOTOR AVLOPPSPUMP DRAIN PUMP T INKB APAV 3 4 AP: INKB F 5 MO6 KOPPLING/WIRING FHP-MOTOR 6 MO5 8 3 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM WM120 KOPPL.

INTENSIVE FILL 2 C+H HEAT FILL 2 C+H HEAT IF RESET SET RAP.5' N 4.5' N 30" N 4.dimensions. SWEDEN.5' N N 16. 4 1 1 TIME OUT REMARKS RED.5' SG SG 4. 4 DRAIN DRAIN SPIN DOWN OFF DRAIN OFF Article No.5' N 30" N 4" STEP TIME 1 P< CONDITION FOR AGITATION SET COTTON NORMAL FILL 2 C+H IF RESET SET RAP.5' N 36" N 1' N 30" N 6.5' N 4" 90" 6 2 OR 3 3 2 OR 3 1 P< P< P< P< T 1 1 1 3 1 1 2 OR 3 1 2 OR 3 1 1 2 OR 3 1 1 1 AGITATION P> P> P> 7 17c 18 19 20a 20b 21 22 23a 23b 24 25 26 27 28a 28b 29 30a 30b 30c 31a 31b 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40a 40b 41 42 43 44a 44b 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52a 52b 53 54 55 56 C 1 16. SET RAP. ADV.B 8 POSTION NR. FUNCTION DIAGRAM WM120 A .5' N N 16.5' N 60" N SPIN B 2' N x 90" 3 3 3 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 1 2 OR 3 P< P< T P> 4. NORMAL FILL C. FOAM NO FOAM EUROPA NO EUROPA SSP + 1/2 LOAD 1/2 LOAD NO SPIN NO ECO NORMAL INTENSIV FILL 1 ACTION SET COTTON INTENSIV HEAT E FILL 1 DRAIN RAPID ADVANCE F 1 2 3 4 5a 5b 6 7a 7b 7c 8a 8b 8c 8d 9 10 11 12 13 14 15a 15b 16 17a 17b D STEP FUNCTION 8 1 SUPER GENTLE ACTION: 3 SEC ON 57 SEC OFF 3 SEC ON. 41 AND 53: TIMER WILL NOT LEAVE STEP UNTIL MOTOR HAS STOPPED A ALL FILL STEPS: IF LEVEL NOT REACHED TIME OUT 5 MIN (OR STEP TIME IF SHORTER) P-A 96 1 1 FILL 1 SET SYNTH. FINLAND PROFIL C: VERSION SSP + HALF LOAD 2 START OF AGITATION AT LEVEL 1 OR 60 SEC. 3 SEC OFF GENTLE ACTION: Rev ind Revision RITNING JUSTERAD 5 P< STEPS 24. AFTER STEP ENTERING 7 LEVEL 6 01 NORMAL ACTION: 12 SEC ON. SPIN OPT. 4 DRAIN DRAIN SPIN DOWN OFF FILL 1 FILL 2 HEAT FILL 2 HEAT FILL 2 DRAIN FILL 1 DRAIN FILL 1 DRAIN FILL1.5' 30" P> P> 4.5' G 30" 4.type. ADV. H IF RESET: SET RAP.5' N N N N N N N N N N N SPIN D 4.5' G 60" SPIN B 2' G P> P> P> P> DIREKT P> P> 2 P> 2 P> 2 P> 16. NO FOAM DRAIN FILL 1 FILL 1 DRAIN DRAIN FILL 1.5' 30" 4. NORMAL FILL 2 C+H FILL 2 C+H FILL 2 C+H FILL 1 FILL 1 DRAIN FILL 1 DRAIN FILL 1 DRAIN DRAIN FILL 1 DRAIN IF FOAM. 1 PROFIL A: VERSION EUROPA.5' N 4" 4" 60" N P> SPIN A/C 1 P< 2' N x 90" 90" 90" 90" 80' 4 2 OR 3 1 2 OR 3 1 1 1 1 3 1 P< 2 2 2 P> 2 P> P> P> P> DIREKT P> P> 2 P> 2 P> 5 1 1 DRAIN DRAIN SPIN DOWN OFF SET SYNTH. INTENSIV SPIN B 4.5' N 30" N SPIN D 3.5' N 30" N 3. Drawing checked by Scale: Gen.5' SG 30" 6. ADV. INTENSIVE FILL 2 C + H HEAT FILL 2 C + H HEAT FILL 2 C + H FILL 2 C + H FILL 1 FILL 1 DRAIN FILL 1 DRAIN FILL 1 DRAIN FILL1.tolerance: Description(English) Designed by Drawn by Description(own language) Appd Year Week 26 4 HT Iss by Dept ASKO CYLINDA UT 96 02 Year 3 Name of item CAD Week 80 613 95 2 Rev Ind 01 1 P< P< P< P< P< T P< P< P> 2 2 2 2 P> 2 x x 90" 90" 90" 90" 90" 24' 90" 90" 90" 90" 80' 90" 2 30" N 4" 4.5' N 60" N 16. ADV.5' 6' 22' 36" 1' 30" 6.5' N 4. 27 SEC OFF FUNKTIONS DIAGRAM WM120 Replace Replaced by 1 FORMAT A3 F E D C START POSITIONS B DELAYED TIME START: INTERNAL TIMER-SHAFT WILL STAY IN THE OFF POSITION FOR 5h AFTER PRESELECTING IS ACTIVATED Qty Material. ADV.5' G 30" 3. FOAM DELETE RAP.etc.

WM200A .

SCHEMA WM100A 80 604 10 2 Rev Ind Replace 03 Replaced by 1 FORMAT A3 A . VENT. LOW POWER MO: MOTOR MOTOR TB: TRYCKBRYTARE PUSH BUTTON SWITCH FILTER FILTER INDIKERINGSLAMPA INDICATION LAMP N: NIVÅBRYTARE LEVEL SWITCH PROGRAMVERK TIMER F: L2 T2 ILA: P H1 L2 BA MO4 P 74 E 55 P 75 E 44 E 56 P 76 MO7 TG E 45 E 57 P 77 Ra b a a 800 (5h) N2 23 a L2 L 1 N INK B 8 P 85 N1 13 P N1 21 P 95 TB3 4 S2 1 S1 1 S2 2 S1 2 1 FAS 16A 1 PHASE 16A 1 FAS 16/10 A 1 PHASE 16/10 A F 2 P H2 F 1 L 3 L3 EL2 N13 EL1 EL2 N1 21 TB1 C4 KOPPLINGS ALT.8 7 6 5 ALTERNATIV KOPPLING/ALTERNATIVE WIRING TB1 D2 TB1 F2 E: STYRENHET CONTROL UNIT LB: LUCKBRYTARE DOOR SWITCH ROTOR RO: ROTOR EL 1: ELEMENT. LÅG EFFEKT ELEMENT.etc. JAPAN TILLKOM PS 97 36 97 02 INL..type. ALT. HIGH POWER LM: LUCKMAGNET DOOR SOLENOID T: TERMOSTAT THERMOSTAT EL 2: LB 1 TB1 E2 T1 L3 ELEMENT.dimensions.: 80 606 89 KOPPLING/WIRING JAPAN E 33 E 16 b 20 IV2 N P 51 P 63 P 33 P 23 a P 82 N1 22 A E 54 E 43 IV2 SM N P 62 1 7 EL 2 L E 42 MO5 RO F P 73 IV2 TB1 A4 BA L E 53 a SM Rb R2 b EL 2 V EL 1 V EL 1 C E 41 P 71 P 72 MO6 N1 32 N2 22 EL 1 E 51 E 52 MO3 a P 91 P 55 LM R1434 R 24 R 44 ILA APAV BO E 34 E 32 2 TB1 B4 BO WM100A P 24 MO2 P 12 TERMORELÄ TR: THERMAL RELAY IV1 N LM R2 a R1333 R 43 INKB R 23 INKB T 7 9 TR2 5 N 1 SM TR2 1 P H2 F4 01 b P H3 TR1 5 a F F2 TR2 2 5 F3 F1 L1 N D MO1 P 11 b P 65 TR1 2 TR1 1 L1 P RELÄ RELAY P 22 P 31 E 2 02 AP: LB 2 L3 3 INLOPPSVENTILER IV/SM: R: INLET VALVES INTERN FÖRBINDNING/INTERNAL CONNECTION F 4 AVLOPPSPUMP DRAIN PUMP 3 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM WM100A KOPPL. 96 Gen.(own language) Drawing checked by Iss by Dept H. 1: MIXED INLET SM N 01 P 81 P 53 P 52 b 21 EL 2 R EL 1 R 03 VARMVATTENANSLUTEN MASKIN HOT WATER CONNECTED MACHINE IV1 P EL1 KOMPLETTSCHEMA Nr.tolerance: Description(English) Drawn by Descript. T. KOPPL. JUST. 1100 VARV CENTRIFUG TILLKOM PS Rev ind Revision R2 24 P H2 03 EL1 R2 42 B P 61 02 N 13 7 EL2 IV2 N P 52 HV Scale: N13 EL1 EL1 5h SSP EL2 L2 L2 1 FAS 10A 1 PHASE 10A P H2 HV 24 AP N2 11 N1 11 TB1 E4 TB1 F4 E 12 a P EL1 FUSE CONNECTION FOR USA & CANADA C IV2 AP N2 12 N1 22 N1 12 P33 SM TM SM N P 86 F2 R43 R2b ALT 2: CHANGE OVER INLET IV1 E 15 AP F1 TB1 D4 N B R2 23 P53 P 92 R23 BLÅ/BLUE E 23 D R2a R2 24 E 22 p b P 42 P 31 E 31 P 41 R33 TB2 A4 P 21 a HV 1/2 N1 31 19 IV2 N E 21 TB2 D4 N2 21 b 23 VIT/WHITE L E TB2 E4 HV P 52 TB2 F4 N1 33 TB3 3 RÖD/RED E ALT. 12 CAD Year 4 Week UT 95 13 Appd Year Week 5 R2 23 P53 EUROPA E 11 Designed by 01 6 R2 41 E 13 P 94 P 84 Article No. HÖG EFFEKT HEATER. 5h -MÄRKE TILLK P-A Name of item P31 R2a R2b P33 Qty Material.

WM90 .

8 7 6 4 5 3 2 1 WM80 F LB 2 1a 10 P74 N11 N21 2a P11 a p N23 N22 N13 N12 P75 8 13 p R33 Ra R23 R34 Rb a 7 F1 F a P22 b P21 1 AP F2 IV4L P61 RED F4 IV2L SML D C A B EL 1 P13 a IV1L 1 1a LM 18 14 P53 a a b ELECTRONIC UNIT L LEVEL TM N 7 6 4 3 2 1 D P8 P71 IV4N 16 INK IV2N TB1 E2 b HW BO SMN IV1N TB1 A4 WW WW P54 LM P55 TB2 C4 CW T2 TB2 D4 T4 MO1 N AP P23 MO2 WHITE b MO4 N P43 6 MO7 BLUE P42 E P31 b L1 GA TM 9 L1 5 VB 5a EL 1 P76 AP F3 b a R24 Ra 6a PD 6 VB b 17 P41 P44 P32 E a a b 15 MO3 1 LB 1 MO6 MO5 VB D F P63 T T1 EL1 C TB1 C2 TB1 C4 BA N33 TG TR1 TR5 N32 TB1 E4 p VB TB1 E3 7 VB HW N31 2 TR2 TB1 F3 PD 7a TB1 F4 HW HOT WATER WW P72 4 WARM WATER B CW 3 COLD WATER PD PREM.type. Scale: 3 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM WM 80 KOPPLINGSSCHEMA WM 80 80 596 15 2 Rev Ind 00 Replace Replaced by 1 FORMAT A3 A .etc. Gen. PRESS / DELICATE GA 3a C RO GENTLE ACTION B INTERN FÖRBINDNING / INTERNAL CONNECTION ALTERNATIV KOPPLING / ALTERNATIVE WIRING AP: TM: EL1: EL2: F: IL: IV: SM: LB: A DRAIN PUMP TIMER MOTOR HEATER 1 HEATER 2 FILTER INDICATION LAMP INLET VALVE RINSE AGENT VALVE DOOR SWITCH LM: MO: N: P R: T: TB: VB: DOOR SOLENOID MOTOR LEVEL SWITCH TIMER CONTACT RELAY THERMOSTAT PUSH BUTTON SWITCH ROTARY SWITCH 7 6 Name of item Designed by HT Description(English) Drawn by Description(own language) CAD Iss by Dept Year 4 Week UT 95 18 Appd Year Week 5 Qty Material.dimensions.tolerance: Drawing checked by Rev ind Revision 8 Article No.

DOCK TOTALT MAX 2 MINUTER DRAINAGE TO RETURN LEVEL OF NORMAL LEVEL+FURTHER 30 SEC.5 360 8 MEDURS MOTURS MEDURS MOTURS MEDURS MOTURS CLOCKWISE ANTICLOCKWISE CLOCKWISE ANTICLOCKWISE CLOCKWISE ANTICLOCKWISE B UTPUMPNING TILL NORMALNIVÅS ÅTERGÅNGSNIVÅ+YTTERLIGARE 30 SEK.5 N1+0.5 107 113.5 N1+0.VALVE 1.6 5 4 3 2 1 SKRITT ELEMENT ELEMENT FÖRTVÄTT PROGRAMSTART KOD A (FÖRBIPROGR.1 4.5/0 N1+0.5 : 15 CENTRIFUGERING / SPINNING SKONG.5 N1+0. 25.5 T OR 80 4.5 203 208.5 287.1 16. DOCK MAX 80 RESP. ADV.5/0 4.5 101.5 126 132 137.5 1.1 4. TIME FOR UPHEATING TO SELECTED TEMPERATURE.5 66 71.5 341.TEMP.5 STOP 0.5 119.5/0.5 N1+0.5 STOP N1+0.5 : Article No TID FÖR UPPVÄRMNING TILL VALD TEMPERATUR. 25. NO SPIN a CODE A (1000 800 rpm) b CODE C AVLOPPSPUMP KOD A KOD B STEGKONTAKT C a b a b a b a b a DRAINPUMP CODE A CODE B STEP CONTACT STEP TIME (MIN. UT/HT 8 7 6 5 Year 4 Week US 92 23 ASKO CYLINDA 94 07 Appd Year Week Rev ind Revision CAD 3 TIMER DIAGRAM WM90 TIMER DIAGRAM WM90 A Rev Ind Replace 8056035-1 1 2 Replaced by 1 FORMAT A3 .5 4.5 42 47.5 MIN Name of item Qty Material.5/0.5 4. T OR 25. & YLLE HÖGNIVÅ SKÖLJ TIMERMOTOR 1 3 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 16 17 18 F STEP HEATER HEATER PREWASH START POSITION 16.dimensions.5 251 257 264 274 279.5 179 185. INL.1 4.5 STOP 0.VÄRMEVÄNTAN GENT.5/0 N1+0.STOP SKONGÅNG GENTLE ACTION NORMALGÅNG NORMAL ACTION 3 SEK.5 N1+0.5 T OR 80 7 10 16. WHEN 1/2-LOAD WILL STEPS 15-19 BE PASSED.5 191 196. KOD A (1000 800 rpm) KOD C CODE A (PROGR. STEGTID 3 SEC. VÄRMEVÄNTAN GENT. THERMOSTOP b RAPID ADV.type.5 T OR 80 b a b a C * HÖGNIVÅ SKÖLJ / HIGH RINSE LEVEL SKONG. HOWEVER MAX 80 RESP.) VREDVINKEL KNOB ANGLE SKONGÅNG GENTLE ACTION 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 F 1 2 3 4 5 7 6 8 9 E D 16.STOPP SNABBMATN.5 4. EJ EKO) KOD D SNABBMATN.1 4.5 23 29 35.5/1.5 78 84 90 95.5 4. TOTALY MAX 2 MINUTES.VENTIL 1.5 4.ACT.5 N1+3.5 311 316.5 351. NO ECO)a b CODE D a RAPID ADV. 1/2) HOT WATER RELAY HIGH LEVEL COOL & WOOL HIGH RINSE LEVEL TIMER MOTOR STEGTID (MIN. IN STEPS 16 AND 18 ARE 6 SEC. TEMP. Gen. INL.5 4.1 3.5 N1+0.5 1.STOP MOTORGÅNG MOTOR ACTION B 10 HÖGNIVÅ / HIGH LEVEL NORMALNIVÅ / NORMAL LEVEL NORMAL PROGRAM * 5 0.5 0.TEMP.5 215 221 227.5 9 STOP 0.etc.5/0 N1+0.5 25.5 T OR 25.5 N1+0. EJ CENTR.5 N1+0. DRAIN PUMP EXECUTED AND IN STEPS 15 AND 17 1 SEC.5 292. T OR 80 RESP.5 4.5 N1+0.1 D DOOR INLET VALVE 1 INLET VALVE 4 INLET VALVE 2 CODE A (PROGR. 1/2) VARMVATTENRELÄ HÖGNIVÅ NEDKYLN.5/0.5 323 328.5 N1+0.5 4.) E a b LUCKA INLOPPSVENTIL 1 INLOPPSVENTIL 4 INLOPPSVENTIL 2 KOD A (FÖRBIPROGR.tolerance: Description(English) Drawn by Description(own language Drawing checked b A Scale: Designed by VID 1/2-LAST F\RBIPROGRAMMERAS STEG 15-19. ADV.5 53 59.5 144 150 157 167 172.5 299 304. AVL.5 4. STEP TIME N1+0.5 3.5 MIN.PUMP OCH I STEG 15 OCH 17 CA 1 SEK. I STEG 16 OCH 18 ERH]LLS DOCK 6 SEK.5 N1+0. Iss by Dep MATS LILJA 1 V-STOPP ÄNDRAD.1 4.5 334.5 T OR 80 4.ACT.5 233 239 244.

10 ADDED STEP C HIGH LEVEL RINSE D 5-7.5 0.5 T 2 3 15 22 1.etc.5 1.5 1. 1-7.84 0.ACT.05 2 4.TEMPSTOP ANTICLOCKWISE GENTLE ACTION B NORMAL ACTION CLOCKWISE ANTICLOCKWISE B CLOCKWISE ANTICLOCKWISE 3 SEC 120 SEC Article No Name of item Qty Material.dimensions.37 1.tolerance: Iss by Dep MATS LILJA 7 6 Year 5 4 Week KS 90 43 Appd Year Week Rev ind Revision 8 TIMER DIAGRAM WM 200 3 A Rev Ind Replace 8054284-2 G 2 Replaced by 1 FORMAT A3 . 2 RINSES 1 RINSE LONG SPIN.5 4. F E 5 6 FUNCTION 1-3 1-4 SHORT SPIN.5 0.5 1. Scale: Description(English) Designed by Drawn by Description(own language Drawing checked b A Gen.10 HALF LOAD E 1-3 HIGH LEV.5 1.33 0.5 1.GENT.GENT.9.5 10.5 4.9-11 NO SPIN 1-7.ACT ECONOMY HIGH LEVEL GENTEL ACTION 1 IN PROGR HIGH LEV.7 START POSITION SPINNING MOTOR (DIRECT) MOTOR (LEVEL) DRAINPUMP INLET VALVE 1 INLET VALVE 2 INLET VALVE HV INLET VALVE SM ELEMENT THE PROGRAMS PREWASH MAINWASH SHORT MAINWASH WOOL PROGRAM 5 RINSES 4 RINSES 3 RINSES SHORT SPIN.5 1.9.3 1 6.3 1 4.37 1.type.5 4.ACT NORMAL PROGRAM 2 SWITCH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 STEPTIMES IN MINUTES : E 3 F D 12 4 15 1.5 4.67 1 8 BY PASSED STEP C HIGH LEVEL NORMAL LEVEL HIGH SPIN LOW SPIN CLOCKWISE GENT.5 0.

ASKO CYL1NDA CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 20004 WASHER Reservdelskatalog Model 20004 Parts Catalogue .

ASKO CYLINDA CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 20002.20003 Reservdelskatalog WASHER Parts Catalogue .

2.5 322.5 175.5 N1+0.5 RESET? 194 4. 7 PROGR.5 1 4.5 N1+0.5 RESET? T OR 80 4.STOP HÖGNIVÅ SKÖLJ / HIGH RINSE LEVEL CENTRIFUGERING / SPINNING B SKONG.5 224. 7 PROGR. ACT.8 7 6 PROGR. 2.5 N1+0. 4 EJ EUROPA PROGR.5 STEGTID SNABBMATN.5 206 212 218. DOCK TOTALT MAX 2 MINUTER DRAINAGE TO RETURN LEVEL OF NORMAL LEVEL+FURTHER 30 SEC.5 N1+0.) 6 D 16.5 N1+0.ACT.5 - 0. 3.5 N1+0. HOWEVER MAX 80 RESP. 6 PROGR.5 138 4. 5 4.5 118 2.5 280.5 17.5 360 2. Name of item Qty Material.5 4.067 STOP 2 256 263 273.5 4. 24 MIN.5 2.5 231 237 243.5 4.5 22 6 16.VÄRMEVÄNTAN GENT. VÄRMEVÄNTAN / GENT. & YLLE HÖGNIVÅ SKÖLJ 4 a b a b a 2 5a HEATER HEATER PREWASH TOTAL FIELD TAPPED FIELD MOTOR 4 ELEMENT ELEMENT F\RTVÄTT HELA FÄLTET REDUCERAT FÄLT MOTOR 1 5b a 3 PROGRAMSTART 2 1 5 F STEP PROGRAMSTART 1 SKRITT 5 * NORMAL PROGRAM SKONGÅNG / GENTLE ACTION SKONG.5 N1+0.5 105 N1+0.5 VREDVINKEL - STEPTIME (MIN.5 16.&WOOL HIGH RINSE LEVEL 7 3 RESET? TERMOREL[ VARMVATTENRELÄ HÖGN.5 N1+0.KYLN. STEP TIME N1+0.5 151.5 4.5 43.etc. / RAPID ADVANCES C PROGR.5 DRAINPUMP DOOR INLET VALVE 1 INLET VALVE SM INLET VALVE 2 STEP CONTACT 19 4 49.067 24 5 E N1+0.5 55.5 N1+0.5 99 4.5 111. 6 PROGR.) (MIN.5 74 80 86.5 316.TEMP.5 4.5 4. TIME FOR UPHEATING TO SELECTED TEMPERATURE.5 131 1 124.5 200 T OR 80 16.5 N1+0.5 4.5 92.5 23 7a b a b a b a 20 21 D 1 F 16.5 61. 3.COOL.5 N1+0. 1.5 304. STEGTID 3 SEC.5 1. 1/2-LAST 1/2-LAST & SSP EJ SKUM SKUM 0.5 1.type.STOP SKONGÅNG GENTLE ACTION NORMALGÅNG NORMAL ACTION MOTORGÅNG MOTOR ACTION 3 SEK. 7 6 Drawn by Description(own language Iss by Dep MATS LILJA CAD Year 5 4 Week US 93 41 Appd Year Week Rev ind Revision 8 Description(English) Designed by TID FÖR UPPVÄRMNING TILL VALD TEMPERATUR.5 N1+0. 24 MIN Gen.5 188 - 0. 1.067 STOP 2 4.5 4.5 144. EJ CENTR.5 4.5 286.5 T OR 24 4. 4 NOT EUROPE PROGRAM EUROPE PROGRAM NO ECO.5 249. EUROPA PROGRAM EJ EKO.5 4.5 : A MEDURS MOTURS MEDURS MOTURS MEDURS MOTURS CLOCKWISE ANTICLOCKWISE CLOCKWISE ANTICLOCKWISE CLOCKWISE ANTICLOCKWISE B Article No UTPUMPNING TILL NORMALNIVÅS ÅTERGÅNGSNIVÅ+YTTERLIGARE 30 SEK.5 STOP 2 C 335 342 352.5 292.5 67.tolerance: Drawing checked by T OR 80 RESP.5 328.067 182 - 0.dimensions. NO SPIN 1/2-LOAD 1/2-LOAD & SSP NO FOAM FOAM * 7 8 54 53 52 51 50b 50a 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42b 42a 41 40 39 38b 38a 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30a 30b 29b 29c 29a 27b 28 27a 26 25 24 23 22 21b 21a 20 19b 19a 18 17 16c 16b 16a 15 14b 13 14a 10 11 9 8d 8c 8b 8a 7c 7b 12 10 9 STOP N1+0.5 0.5 158 168.5 24 30.5 N1+0. TOTALY MAX 2 MINUTES. DOCK MAX 80 RESP.5 298.TEMP.067 37 10.5 AVLOPPSPUMP LUCKA INLOPPSVENTIL 1 INLOPPSVENTIL SM INLOPPSVENTIL 2 STEGKONTAKT 17 E 2 3 a b a b 9 6 THERMAL RELAY HOT WATER RELAY HIGH L. T OR 24 : Scale: 3 TIMER DIAGRAM WM100 TIMER DIAGRAM WM100 8058118 2 Rev Ind Replace 00 Replaced by 1 A .5 310.5 2.

REFERENCE MANUAL WASHERS 600 SERIES MODELS • DIAGNOSTICS • TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHARTS • WIRING DIAGRAMS • COMPONENT VALUES • TECHNICAL BULLETINS .

  .  11. Motor test  10.  2. or until the button is pressed in again. Washer will now wash for 4 minutes. Washer will wash for 16 minutes.  8. Washer will heat up for 10 minutes or 10 degrees Celsius  7. Start the washer on program 3 (Normal wash)  4. This is 4 cm up the door  9. EV2 and EV3(inlet valves for main wash hot and cold water) allow water  into machine up to washing level. Washer will go into long spin for removing all water from clothes.WM55 600 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS Test Program W600 and W620 1. Press the E button. Take the top of the washer off by removing the 3 screws on the back of  the top. Locate and insert a jumper wire into E10 on the timer board  3. 5. Washer will add water to the wool level. Press the Super Rinse Button or the button that has the 7 on the symbol  6.

WM55 600 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS MOTOR BRUSH # 8801195 USED ON MOTOR # 8063733 Models W600/W620  Motor Brush *When ordering Motor Brush be sure and order quantity 2   .

FUNCTIONS OF THE PRESSURE SWITCH W600/6000 Series  Wires:  N1 11 is the double wire on the pressure switch(this is also the common wire). (The timer board will send the secondary leg to the heater  about 10‐15 minutes into the Main Wash.  When the machine is at the normal water level you should have continuity across  wires N1 11 and wire N1 14. N1 14 and N1 16 are all single wires connected to the pressure switch. This shows that there is air pressure which has closed  the connection on the pressure switch. all other cycles use cold water). Pressure Switch Checking the Pressure Switch:  When the machine is empty and the door is open you should have continuity  across wires N1 11 and N1 12. Also these connections should be closed when you  need to open the door. The other connection will be coming off the  timer board wire PF7. You  . When the washer is in the Main Wash this  is voltage that goes to the heater. N1 12.

  You should have 208‐240v across wire N1 14 and wire PF7 when the heater is on. remove the pressure hose  and check to see if there is any soap or debris inside the hose which could cause it  to be locked in this position. Connections N1 11 and N1 16 are used if the washer detects too much soap or  too much water in the washer – an overfill fault.  . Make sure there are no  cracks in the center of this plastic part.  Always inspect the Y connector that connects the hose from the pressure  chamber to the pressure switch and pressure sensor.WM55 600 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS should have a closed connection across N1 11 and N1 14 if water is in the drum. If these connections are closed  and you do not have any water in the washer drum.

 W600 you should cut jumpers JD and JA only. W620 you should cut only JA jumpers.WM55 600 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS Diode cut sheet for WM33.    If you are working on a WM44. . W600 and WM44.W620 If you are working on a WM33.

WM55 600 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS CHECKING THE E6 CONNECTION ON THE TIMER CONTROL BOARD (MOTOR) # 8063733 W600/W620 Identifying the Wires from the Timer Control Board Directly to the Motor:  E 6‐1 wire goes to MO7 on the motor  E 6‐2 wire goes to MO6 on the motor  E 6‐3 wire goes to MO5 on the motor  E 6‐4 wire goes to MO4 on the motor  E 6‐5 wire goes to MO3 on the motor  E 6‐6 wire goes to MO2 on the motor  E 6‐7 wire goes to MO1 on the motor Timer Control Board (Continued) .

  .58 ohms Stator  You can always do the audible check with your meter and if there is any open  connection your motor needs to be replaced.75 ohms Rotor  E6‐5 to E6‐6 = 1.Resistance or Ohm Reading: WM55 W600 Series Motor 8063733 Board  E6 connection Motor E6‐1 to E6‐2 =135 ohms        MO6 to MO7=135 ohms Tacho  E6‐3 to E6‐4 = 1.05 ohms       MO3 to MO2=1.58 ohms        MO3 to MO1 =.  Keep in mind your meter may be +‐8% on the readings.05 ohms Stator E6‐5 to E6‐7 =.75 0hms       MO4 to MO5 =1.

75 ohms Rotor  MO6 to MO7 = 135 ohms Tacho You can also do audible continuity checks on the motor.  Please give = or – 8% on the ohm readings  Motor Connectors  .  Resistance or OHMReading on the Motor: MO1 to MO3 = . The MO1 wire is the  wire that is closest to the bottom of the outer drum. The MO7 wire is closest to  the base pan.58 ohms Stator  MO2 to MO3 = 1.CHECK RESISTANCE ON THE MOTOR PART # 8063733 The wires to the motor will be labeled MO1 through MO7. If these connections are  open your motor is bad.05 ohms Stator  MO4 to MO5 = 1.

 Here are some possible  problems:  ‐Power interruption  ‐Water is not draining out ‐ check the coin trap in the drain pump  ‐Water is not coming into machine ‐ make sure the cold water is turned on ‐ The washer did not go through the spin cycle = unbalanced load  S Position If thecontrol knob stops on the S(fig.  fig. 1) this indicates a problem that can possibly  be taken care of without calling a service company. 2 C Position If the control knob stops on the C(fig.THE PROGRAM CONTROL KNOB ON THE W600/W620 HAS TWO FAULT INDICATORS: If the control knob stops on one of these positions. the machine has detected a  problem. Refer to the service manual. 2) this indicates a machanical problem and  you will need to call a service company. 1fig. .

WM55 600 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS

WM55 600 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS

WM55 600 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS

COMMON LAUNDRY PROBLEMS

(CONTINUED)

Possible Cause Suggested Solution

Excessive
wrinkling

Machine too full

Permanent press items should be washed in half-loads to prevent
wrinkling. If possible, use a slower spin speed.

Water too hot

Use lower wash temperature settings.

Sharp objects in pockets

Empty all pockets and turn inside out before laundering.

Hooks, snaps, zippers,
buckles

Fasten all hooks, snaps, and zippers before laundering to avoid snags.
Remove sharp buckles. Turn knits inside out.

Harsh chemicals

Before washing, rinse harsh chemicals (such as battery acid, hair
care chemicals, cleaning solutions, etc.) from towels and other articles
to avoid holes in fabrics. Do not allow these unrinsed items to contact
other fabrics.

Existing rips and tears

Mend all garments before laundering to prevent enlarging of rips.

Permanent press items

These items may fray at edges from normal wear, not the washer.
Wash only in half loads and don’t wash in the same load with heavy
items, such as towels or jeans.

Rips, snags,
excess wear

FAULT CODES – W600/W620
The Program Control knobs on the W600/W620 have
two fault codes: C and S. If the knob stops on one of
these, the machine detected a problem.

C Position
This indicates a problem that can probably be taken
care of without calling a service technician. Here are
some possible problems:

¨
¨

Power interruption.
Water not draining out.

¨
¨

Water not filling machine.
The machine didn’t spin.

Refer to the “Troubleshooting” section on the next page
for possible causes and solutions. If none of these
work, call a service technician.

S Position
If the knob stops on S, this indicates a mechanical
problem and you will probably need to call a service
technician.

ERROR MESSAGES – W640/W660
Error messages will display in the LED window if faults
occur while a program is in progress. The table below
defines each possible error message.
ERRO R

M E S S AGE

To remove the message, turn the power off or change
the program.

S O LU T I O N

When this symbol flashes at the lower right corner of the display it merely means
the glass door isn’t closed securely. Close the door and try again.
0000

If this message flashes at the top right of the LED window, the machine has failed
to spin. This could be because the load is out of balance. Turn the power off
then on again. Open the door and redistribute the washing. Run the Spin
program again.

Door lock fault

Call a service technician.

Foaming

Run the Rinse program again.
Try using less detergent and softener.
Use low-sudsing detergents. (See page 5.)

Overflow

Call a service Technician

Pressure sensor

Call a service technician.

Temperature stop

Call a service technician.

Thermistor

Call a service technician.

Wash motor

Call a service technician.

Water inlet

Make sure the water tap is open.

Water outlet

Check the pin trap for possible blockage. Make sure the outlet hose isn’t kinked.
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......................... Motor fault ...... 10 Door Won’t Open...... Drum Full of Water ......... Machine Won’t Spin......... Machine Won’t Spin..... Outlet Fault ......................................................... Missing words...................................................................................................... Door Won’t Open........... Inlet Fault .. 12 W640/W660 Flowcharts Machine Won’t Drain................................ 22 LED Display won’t light up......................... 15 Machine Won’t Fill. 8 Machine Fills But It Won’t Tumble................................ 20 The door won’t open ....................... 18 Machine Fills But It Won’t Tumble................ C Code ...................... Door Won’t Open................................ 6 Machine Won’t Heat the Water................................................. Temp stop fault................. Just Sits There............... Display hard to read. Can’t program unit .... 5 Machine Won’t Fill.............................................................................................................. 4 Machine Won’t Drain... 16 Machine Runs Too Long (3+ hours)....................................................... 24 Page 1 .................................... Thermistor fault .......................................... C Code .Laundry Troubleshooting Flowcharts W600/W620 Flowcharts C Code ... Runs Too Long (3+ hours).. C Code ........................... Drum Full of Water......

It would be best to refer the customer to the ASKO Advisory Center to try to resolve the problem: 800-898-1879. The biggest aid in diagnosing this fault will be listening to the customer. the customer will have experienced other problems. – Door won’t open. you won’t find anything wrong with the unit. If there is a C Code and there is actually something wrong with the machine. Page 4 . – Clothes never get wet.W600/W620 Flowchart C Code This error could be caused by many different situations. follow the flowchart for the particular problem the customer is having. If the customer’s complaint is similar to the ones above. Unless the customer has any of these problems. Complaints could vary from: – Washes forever (in excess of 3 hours).

Step 5: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage TB-15 to TB-11 on the on/off switch. you have a bad on/off switch. If you have 240 volts. check the fuses (Step 7). you have a bad door switch. If you have 240 volts. Step 7: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. check the door switch (Step 4). If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across F1 and F2. check the timer (Step 3). As long as the door is closed. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. ohm those wires down to the pump to check the wires for breakage. check from those two wires back to the timer for breakage. Step 4: Checking Door Switch Measure voltage on the on/off switch at TB-16 and TB-12 with the switch in the on position. Step 8: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. If you do not have 240 volts. you have a bad timer. you need to replace the pump. Drum Full of Water Step 1: Checking Coin Trap – Pull out the coin trap to ensure there is no debris stuck inside the pump or drain hoses. but no drain pump. TB-12 on the on/off switch to PF4 on the timer should be a closed circuit. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. Step 6: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. check the terminal block (Step 8). If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. you have a bad RFI suppressor. If you have 240 volts. such as #10. Door Won’t Open. Measure voltage across the both “AP” wires on the drain pump. If you have 240 volts. Step 3: Checking Timer Measure voltage across E-83 and E-84 on the timer. check the RFI suppressor (Step 6). If you have 240 volts. check the on/off switch (Step 5). Page 5 . If it is open but the door is closed. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage.W600/W620 Flowchart Machine Won’t Drain. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or the dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 2: Checking Drain Pump Start a drain program. you have bad fuses. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. measure for 240 volts at PF1 and PF4 on the timer. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on.

start a #1 or #4 program and measure the voltage on the fill valve at IV1 to IV1N. check the pressure sensor (Step 4). If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. but the valve is not opening. measure voltage on the timer at E-41 to E-45. If you do not have 240 volts. and the pressure sensor checks out fine. If you don’t have 240 volts.5 volts DC.5 volts DC with no water in the machine. If you do not have 240 volts. check the pressure sensor (Step 4). check the door switch (Step 6). check those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage.W600/W620 Flowchart Machine Won’t Fill. check the timer (Step 5). If you do not have 240 volts. remove the fill hose and check inside the inlet valve to ensure the filter screen is clean. you have a bad fill valve. check those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage. If you have 240 volts but the valve is not opening. check the on/off switch (Step 7). If you have . Start a #4 program. check the pressure sensor (Step 4). Step 5: Checking Timer Measure voltage across PF1 and PF4 on the timer. If you have 240 volts. If customer says it’s during a main wash: Start a #3 program and measure voltage on the fill valve at IV2 to IV2N. Page 6 . check those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage. you have a bad door switch. TB-12 on the on/off switch to PF4 on the timer should be a closed circuit. you have a bad fill valve. If you have 240 volts but the valve is not opening. Step 6: Checking Door Switch Measure voltage on the on/off switch at TB-16 and TB-12 with the switch in the on position. measure voltage on the timer at E-41 to E-42. If you don’t have 240 volts. Step 4: Checking Pressure Sensor Check the pressure sensor at E-91 and E-93 for 5 volts DC. you have a bad fill valve. If you have 240 volts. Step 3: Checking Fill Valve If customer says it’s during a pre-wash or rinse: Since a pre-wash and rinse use the same fill valve solenoid. check from those two wires back to the timer for breakage. Next. measure voltage on the timer at E-41 to E-43. C Code Step 1: If the unit is in a new construction. you have a bad timer. check E-91 to E-92 for . or the unit is brand new.5 volts DC. If you have 240 volts. make sure the water tap is open. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have . or there has recently been some plumbing work. If customer says it’s during a final rinse: Position the volt meter leads on the inlet valve and be prepared to measure voltage on the fill valve at IV4 to IV4N. As long as the door is closed. If it is open but the door is closed. If you don’t have 240 volts. you have a bad pressure sensor. If you have 240 volts. Step 2: If no water will come in at all. If you have 240 volts.

check the fuses (Step 9). you have a bad on/off switch. you have a bad RFI suppressor. Step 10: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. If you have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or the dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. measure voltage across F1 and F2. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. Step 8: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. Step 9: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. check the RFI suppressor (Step 8). If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts.W600/W620 Flowchart Machine Won’t Fill. C Code (continued) Step 7: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage TB-15 to TB-11 on the on/off switch. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. check the terminal block (Step 10). Page 7 . check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. you have bad fuses. If you have 240 volts. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts.

TB12 on the on/off switch to PF4 on the timer should be a closed circuit. This should be between 40 and 60 K ohms. If you have 40-60 K ohms. You should get around 28 ohms +or .W600/W620 Flowchart Machine Won’t Heat the Water. check the timer (Step 3). or is an open circuit. If the element is not within tolerance. It that circuit is open. Check the element (Step 4). If you do not have 240 volts. the timer is not sending proper voltaqe to the thermistor. Step 7: Checking the Door Switch Measure voltage on the on/off switch across TB16 andTB12 with the switch in the on position. If you have 240 volts there. Step 5: Checking Pressure Switch Turn the power back on. Runs Too Long (3+ hours). If you do not have 5 volts DC. If you did not have 240 volts across TB16 and TB12 on the on/off switch.10% . check the pressure switch (Step 5). check the door switch (Step7). If you have 240 volts and the machine is filled to the normal level to the bottom of the glass door. remove and inspect the door switch. Wait about ten minutes. check those wires back to the door switch for breakage. If you have 240 volts. you have a bad element. measure voltage across PF7 on the timer and N111 on the pressure switch. If you have 240 volts there. Measure voltage across PF1 and PF4 on the timer. The Main Wash is the only program that heats the water. Step 6: Checking incoming voltage to the timer. you have a bad door switch mechanism. as long as it is getting proper incoming voltage. ohm the thermistor across E-31 and E 32 at room temperature and no water in the machine. turn off the power to the unit. and measure voltage across PF7 on the timer to N114 on the pressure switch while running the #3 program. The timer is bad. you have a bad thermistor. Step 3: Checking Timer Pull the thermistor plug off the board and check for 5 volts DC across the E-31-E32 plug. Step 2: Checking Thermistor Before you run any cycle. If you have an open circuit. C Code Step 1: Make sure the customer is running a heated program. you have a bad pressure switch. but the door is closed. then check the voltage across both wires on the heating element. Let’s make a few more checks to ensure there are no other problems. If you do not have 240 volts. and ohm across the element. Step 4: Checking Element Start a #3 program at 205°. If you have 240 volts and the unit is still not heating. check the on/off switch (Step8). check the wires back down to the element for breakage. check the incoming voltage tot he timer (Step 6). you have a bad timer. If you do not have 240 volts there. Page 8 . If the switch assembly doesn’t seem to be bound up. As long as the door is closed. If you do not have 240 volts.

Runs Too Long (3+ hours). If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. check the fuses (Step 8). Step 9: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. If you do not have 240 volts. you have a bad on/off switch. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. If you have 240 volts. you have a bad RFI suppressor. If you have 240 volts. C Code (continued) Step 8: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage TB-15 to TB-11 on the on/off switch.W600/W620 Flowchart Machine Won’t Heat the Water. If you have 240 volts. Step 11: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. you have bad fuses. measure voltage across F1 and F2. check the terminal block (Step 9). Step 10: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. check the RFI suppressor (Step 7). If you do not have 240 volts. Page 9 . check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or the dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. If you have 240 volts. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. If you have 240 volts.

If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. Machine Won’t Spin Step 1: If the complaint is just that the machine wont spin. check those wires back to the door switch for breakage. always check the coin trap to make sure there is no debris inside that could keep the unit from draining. As long as the door is closed. If the switch assembly doesn’t seem to be bound up. you have a bad timer. If you have 240 volts. Step 2: Make sure the “No spin” option has not been selected. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. but the door is closed. Step 5: Checking Timer Measure voltage across PF1 and PF4 on the timer. Step 7: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage TB-15 to TB-11 on the on/off switch. check the door switch (Step 6). you have a bad RFI suppressor. check the timer (Step 5). check the RFI suppressor (Step 8). If you do not have 240 volts. remove and inspect the door switch. Step 6: Checking Door Switch Measure voltage on the on/off switch across TB16 andTB12 with the switch in the on position. Step 9: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. check the fuses (Step 9). check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. TB12 on the on/off switch to PF4 on the timer should be a closed circuit. Step 3: If the complaint is that the clothes are just too wet. If you have 240 volts. Step 8: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. check the on/off switch (Step7). More than likely they are running a #7. Step 4: Checking Motor Ohm the motor for the readings found in the motor resistance section of this manual on page _____ If all of these readings check out. recommend that if they choose to use the #7 program. ask the customer what program they generally run. If you have 240 volts.W600/W620 Flowchart Machine Fills But It Won’t Tumble. you have a bad door switch mechanism. It that circuit is open. If you did not have 240 volts across TB16 and TB12 on the on/off switch. which doesn’t have a maximum RPM spin. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across F1 and F2. they should run a #5 long spin afterwards. check the terminal block (Step 10). If you have 240 volts there. you have a bad on/off switch. At this point. If you do not have 240 volts. you have bad fuses. If you have 240 volts. Page 10 . If you have 240 volts.

Machine Won’t Spin (continued) Step 10: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts.W600/W620 Flowchart Machine Fills But It Won’t Tumble. Page 11 . If you have 240 volts.

If you did not get 240 volts. You should have 0 volts DC when pressing the door open button in. check the RFI suppressor (Step 7). you have a bad door switch mechanism. It is always a good idea to check the coin trap for debris that might be preventing the machine from draining properly. If you do not have 240 volts. If the switch assembly doesn’t seem to be bound up. you have a bad door open button. check those wires back to the door switch for breakage. If you have 5 volts DC while pressing the button. If you always have 0 volts DC whether you push the door open button or not. It that circuit is open. you have a bad door switch/door lock mechanism. If you do not have 240 volts there. check the door lock mechanism(Step 3) Step 3: Checking Door Lock Mechanism Measure the voltage across PF4 and PF5 on the timer while pushing the door open button. If you have 240 volts there. Step 6: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage TB-15 to TB-11 on the on/off switch. C Code Step 1: For the door to open.W600/W620 Flowchart Door Won’t Open. and the door doesn’t open. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. you have a bad on/off switch. check the door switch (Step 5). remove and inspect the door switch. Step 5: Checking the Door Switch Measure voltage on the on/off switch across TB16 andTB12 with the switch in the on position. Step 4: Checking Incoming Voltage to the Timer Measure voltage across PF1 and PF4 on the timer. check incoming voltage to the timer (Step 4). the timer must be in the twelve o’clock position and there should be no water in the machine. you have a bad timer. You should have 5 volts DC without touching the button. As long as the door is closed. and the door is closed. check the on/off switch(Step 6). If you have 240 volts . If the wires seem to be intact. check the wires down to the door switch for breakage. TB12 on the on/off switch to PF4 on the timer should be a closed circuit. Page 12 . If you did not have 240 volts across TB16 and TB12 on the on/off switch. check the wires from the door open button back to the timer for breakage. but the door is closed. If the wires are intact. Step 2: Checking Door Open Button Measure DC voltage across E56 and E51 on the timer. If you have 240 volts there.

C Code (continued) Step 7: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. If you have 240 volts.W600/W620 Flowchart Door Won’t Open. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across F1 and F2. Page 13 . check the fuses (Step 7). If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or machine and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. Step 9: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. you have a bad RFI suppressor. check the terminal block (Step 8). If you have 240 volts. Step 8: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. If you have 240 volts. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. you have bad fuses. If you do not have 240 volts.

check the terminal block (Step 6). If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage at the board at E21-E22. and back on. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. Step 5: Checking Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Outlet Fault Step 1: Checking Coin Trap Pull out the coin trap to ensure there is no debris stuck inside the pump or drain hoses. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. but still not working. you have a bad pump. measure voltage across F1 and F2. measure voltage across E7-1 and E7-2. If you do not have 240 volts. check TB-15 to TB-11 on the on/off switch. Door Won’t Open. and the drain pump is clean and clear. Step 6: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. you have a bad RFI suppressor. If you do not have 240 volts. Turn the power to the unit off. If you have 240 volts. you have a bad board. Drum Full of Water. Step 3: Checking On/Off Switch and Door Switch Measure voltage on the on/off switch at TB-18 and TB-12 with the switch in the on position. check the On/Off switch (Step 3). go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. you have bad fuses. you have a bad on/off switch.W640/W660 Flowchart Machine Won’t Drain. Page 15 . If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. Step 4: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. If you have 240 volts. check the fuses (Step 5). and P2 once. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 2: Checking Drain Pump Access fault tracing to turn on the drain pump. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Press P1 five times. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. check continuity from the wires going from the on/off switch back to the board. Press “Enter” once. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. Measure voltage across both wires labeled “AP” on the drain pump. If you have 240 volts. check the RFI suppressor (Step 4). check the wires that go down to the pump for breakage. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts.

check the pressure sensor (Step 4). Press P1 five times and the “menu” button once. If you have 240 volts. Press Enter 5 times then press P4 five times. Now. start fault tracing. but let’s make some more checks to ensure there are no further problems. If you have 1 volt DC or more. Turn the power off and back on. the unit needs to be reprogrammed for a cold fill. check the upper board across E91 and E92 for . check DC voltage across E91 and E93 on the upper board. Now the unit is programmed for a cold fill. or the unit is brand new. If you have 240 volts. start fault tracing for the main wash cold fill valve by turning the power off and back on. check the pressure sensor (Step 4). If you don’t have 240 volts. If the unit was already programmed for a cold fill. but the valve is not opening. If you do not have 240 volts. but won’t fill when you select a temperature over 115° F. check across those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage. If you have 240 volts. measure voltage on the fill valve at IV4 to IV4N. If you have 240 volts. remove the fill hose and check inside the inlet valve to ensure the filter screen is clean. Now use the right or left arrow to toggle the readout until it shows “C”. Just Sits There. If you don’t have 240 volts.5 volts DC. If you did get . Inlet Fault Step 1: If the unit is in a new construction. but the valve is not opening. measure voltage on the fill valve at IV1 to IV1N. you have a bad fill valve. Page 16 . turn the unit off and back on. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. If customer says it’s during a final rinse: Start a fault tracing program by turning the power off and back on. To do this. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts but the valve is not opening. measure voltage on the upper board at E-45 to E-41. Step 3: Checking Fill Valve If customer says it’s during a pre-wash or rinse: Since a pre-wash and rinse use the same fill valve solenoid. Step 4: Checking Pressure Sensor With no water in the machine. If customer says it’s during a main wash: If the unit fills when the customer chooses a cold wash. or there has recently been some plumbing work.5 volts DC. Next. Check the upper board(Step 5). regardless of what program is selected. measure voltage on the upper board at E-41 to E-42. Step 2: If no water will come in at all. check across those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage. you have a bad fill valve. when the unit is empty. then measure voltage on the upper board at E-41 to E-44. Press P1 five times and P3 once. measure voltage on the fill valve at IV2 to IV2N. you have a bad fill valve. make sure the water tap is open. check the pressure sensor (Step 4). you probably have a bad upper control board. If you did not get 5 volts DC. If you don’t have 240 volts. and press P1 five times and P2 once. you have a bad pressure sensor. check across those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage.W640/W660 Flowchart Machine Won’t Fill. Next.

check the on/off switch (Step 6). check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. measure voltage across F1 and F2. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. Step 9: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. Step 7: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. Step 6: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage on the on/off switch at TB-18 and TB-12. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. If you do not have 240 volts. check those wires back to the upper board for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. If you have 240 volts. Step 8: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. you have a bad RFI suppressor. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. check the RFI suppressor (Step 7). If you do not have 240 volts. you have a bad upper board.W640/W660 Flowchart Machine Won’t Fill. If you have 240 volts. Inlet Fault (continued) Step 5: Checking UpperControl Board Measure incoming voltage to the upper control board at E71 and E72. check the fuses (Step 8). If you do not have 240 volts. check the terminal block (Step 9). you have bad fuses. Page 17 . check TB-15 to TB-11 on the on/off switch. you have a bad on/off switch. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. Just Sits There. If you have 240 volts.

and the machine is filled to the normal level. If you have 240 volts. you have a bad pressure switch. If the display does not read “normal”. Temp stop fault. Page 18 . check the on/off switch (Step 7). If you do not have 240 volts. check the boardcontrol board (Step 6). check the pressure switch (Step 5). or the resistance is out of tolerance. If you have 240 volts. and the unit is still not heating. check the heating element (Step 3). If you have an open circuit. Step 2: Checking Thermistor Before you run any cycle. Step 4: Checking Pressure Switch Measure voltage across E10-1 on t he upper board and N114 on the pressure switch. Step 5: Checking Control Board Measure voltage at E7-1 and E7-2 on the upper control board. the element is bad. If you have 40-60 K ohms. ohm across the element. Press and hold P1 and “enter” at the same time. If you did not have 240 volts. If you have an open circuit. If you do not have 240 volts across the two terminals on the element. but lets take a few more readings to ensure there are no other problems. the upper board is not supplying the proper DC voltage to the thermistor. If you have 240 volts. If you have 5 volts DC. check for 5 volts DC across the E31-E32 terminals on theupper board If you do not have 5 volts DC. This upper board is likely bad. Step 3: Checking Heating Element Start a normal program. you have a bad thermistor. You should have 28 ohms +or . Also check to ensure the thermistor is still fastened to the bottom side of the tank . Check the element(Step 3). measure voltage across E10-1 on the upper board and N111 on the pressure switch. The Main Wash is the only cycle that heats the water. you have a bad upper control board. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts.10% tolerance. check the wires back down to the element for breakage. This will reset P1 back to factory settings. unplug and ohm the thermistor located at E31 and E 32 on the upper board at room temperature. This should be between 40 and 60 K ohms. Wait about ten minutes then check the voltage at the heating element. This should be a P1 program unless the customer has changed the preprogrammed cycles.W640/W660 Flowchart Machine Runs Too Long (3+ hours). or your readings are outside the prescribed tolerance. Thermistor fault Step 1: Make sure the customer is running a heated program.

check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across F1 and F2. you have a bad RFI suppressor. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. If you do not have 240 volts. you have bad fuses. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. Step 7: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F4 and F3 on the RFI suppressor. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. Step 8: Checking Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. check the fuses (Step 8). If you do not have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. Step 9: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block.W640/W660 Flowchart Machine Runs Too Long (3+ hours). If you do not have 240 volts. Page 19 . Thermistor fault (cont’d) Step 6: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage across the on/off switch at TB-18 and TB-12 withthe switch in t he on position If you have 240 volts. Temp stop fault. check the terminal block (Step 9). If you have 240 volts. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. If you have 240 volts. check across TB15-TB11 on the on/off switch. you have a bad on/off switch. check the wires going from the on/off switch back to the board. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. check the RFI suppressor (Step 8).

Step 8: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. If any of these contacts are open. If you do not have 240 volts. check the fuses (Step 9). you have a bad motor control board. If you have 240 volts. you have a bad upper control board. check the upper control board (Step 6). More than likely they are running a P3. Step 7: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage on the on/off switch at TB-18 and TB-12 with the switch in the on position. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Check to see what spin speed is selected. If all of these readings check out. you have a bad motor. you have a bad RFI suppressor. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. reprogram the board for either a 1400 or 1600 rpm spin. check TB-15 to TB-11 on the on/off switch. Step 6: Checking Upper Control Board Measure voltage across E6-1 and E6-2 on the upper control board in the top of the machine. check the coin trap to make sure there is no debris inside that could keep the unit from draining. If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires back down to the motor control unit for breakage. you have a bad on/off switch. thus maximizing the spin results. Step 5: Checking Motor Control Board Measure voltage at ST15 and ST14 on the motor control board located in the basepan of the unit. If you have 240 volts. measure voltage across F1 and F2. ask the consumer which program they generally run. If it displays 800 rpm. check the RFI suppressor (Step 8). measure voltage on the upper board at E7-1 and E7-2. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 4: Checking Motor Ohm the motor for the readings found in the motor resistance section of this manual on page _____ NOTE: These readings must be taken by the motor. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. Step 2: Make sure the “No spin” option has not been selected. check the motor control board (Step 5). Motor fault Step 1: If the complaint is just that the machine wont spin. If you do not have 240 volts. check the on/off switch (Step 7). check continuity from the wires going from the on/off switch back to the upper control board for breakage. If you find that this is the case.W640/W660 Flowchart Machine Fills But It Won’t Tumble. enter the options menu and turn the short spin option off. This will make this option a permanent change. Step 3: If the complaint is that the clothes are just too wet. Page 20 . Machine Won’t Spin. If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage.

go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage.W640/W660 Flowchart Machine Fills But It Won’t Tumble. If you have 240 volts. check the terminal block (Step 10). If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. If you have 240 volts. Motor fault (continued) Step 9: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Machine Won’t Spin. Step 10: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. you have bad fuses. Page 21 .

measure voltage across TB15 and TB 11 on the on/off switch withthe switch in the on position.W640/W660 Flowchart The door won’t open Step 1: Make sure all the water has drained from the unit by accessing fault tracing. If you do not have 240 volts. but the door did not open. If you have 240 volts.5 volts DC. Page 22 . Check incoming voltage to the upper control board (Step 6). Turn the power off and back on. If you did not get 240 volts. If you did not get 240 volts. If you did have . If you have more than . and the machine is empty. Position you test leads on the upper board across E8-2 and E8-3 and be prepared to measure voltage to the door solenoid using fault tracing. measure DC voltage across E9-1 and E9-3 on the upper control board. Step 6: Checking incoming voltage to the upper control board Measure voltage at E7-1 and E7-2 on the upper control board.5 or . and the switch is in the on position. If the mechanism doesn’t seem to be bound. Step 2: Check the coin trap for debris that might be preventing the machine from draining properly. You should have . To do this. you have a bad pressure sensor. If you have 240 volts. check the on/off switch (Step 7). turn the power off and back on. If you did have 240 volts. If you do not have 5 volts DC. you will likely have a bad upper control board. you have a bad pressure switch. Press P1 five times and the left arrow button once. measure voltage across N111 on the pressure switch to E7-2 on the upper control board. Step 3: Check the upper control board. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. You should have 240 volts while the door was opening. check those wires back to the upper control board for breakage. Step 4: Checking the Pressure Switch Measure voltage across N112 on the pressure switch to E7-2 on the upper control board. you have a bad door lock mechanism. remove and inspect the door lock mechanism. check the pressure sensor (Step 5). let’s make a few more checks to ensure there are no other problems. If you did not get 240 volts. Step 7: Checking the ON/OFF Switch Measure voltage across TB18 and TB12 on the on/off swtich with the switch in the on position. If youdid not have 240 volts. you have a bad upper control board.5 volts DC. To be safe. you have a bad on/off switch. “enter” once and P2 once. Press P1 five times. If you do not have 240 volts.6 volts DC while the unit is totally empty. check the RFI supressor(Step 8). check the pressure switch (Step 4). Step 5: Checking the Pressure Sensor Measure DC voltage across E9-1 and E9-2 on the upper control board with no water in the unit.

check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. Page 23 . Step 10: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. you have a bad RFI suppressor. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts.W640/W660 Flowchart The door won’t open (continued) Step 8: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. check the terminal block (Step 10). you have bad fuses. Step 9: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. check the fuses (Step 9). check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. measure voltage across F1 and F2. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. If you do not have 240 volts.

check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. If you have 240 volts. you have a bad keyboard. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 1: Checking Keyboard If the display just won’t light up. If you do not have 240 volts. Can’t program unit Before you run a service call. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 13 volts DC voltage. check the fuses (Step 5). you have a bad control board. Turn the unit back on and see if it will accept a program. Missing words. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 6: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. check the on/off switch (Step 3). The machine should be turned off occasionally to maintain normal operation. If you have 240 volts. Step 3: Checking On/Off Switch Measure across the on/off switch at TB18-TB12 with the switch in the on position. you have bad fuses. Step 5: Checking Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. If the machine now seems to program properly. you have a bad RFI suppressor. If you have 240 volts. If the machine is left on for long periods of time. If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires going from the on/off switch back to the board. check the RFI suppressor (Step 4). then check across TB15-TB11 on the on/off switch. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. measure voltage across F1 and F2. theelectronics just needed to be “reset”. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 4: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. you have a bad on/off switch. have the customer turn the unit off for about ten minutes. If you have 240 volts. turn the power on and check for 13 volts DC across the upper control board across E11 to E12. Page 24 . If this “reboot” did not work. If you do not have 240 volts.W640/W660 Flowchart LED Display won’t light up. check the keyboard(Step 1). Display hard to read. turning the power off and back on acts as a “reboot” to the electronics. Step 2: Checking Control Board Measure voltage at E7-1 and E7-2 on the upper control board for 240 volts . check the terminal block (Step 6). If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. or the words are distorted. If you have 13 volts DC. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. check the control board (Step 2).

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The indicator light will stay lit when this option is on. the machine has failed to spin. Within three seconds.WM70 6000 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS cancelled after the main wash has started. MESSAGE MESSAGE To remove the message. the drum will rotate once every minute at the end of the program for two hours or until you press the Door Open button. Turn the power off then on again. follow the steps below: 1.) 1. press the Temperature button again to change the readout. Turn the machine off then on again. F4 This indicates a problem with the water inlet. Call a service technician. FI This indicates an overflow has occurred. ERROR ERROR When this symbol flashes on the LED it merely means the glass door isn’t closed securely. (00 should show on the display. This could be because the load is out of balance. Refer to the Troubleshooting chapter for possible solutions. Anti-Crease Button This option is designed to reduce wrinkling of garments that are not going to be taken out of the washer right away. Call a service technician. whichever is the current selection.) 3. Call a service technician. 0000 If this message flashes on the LED. Run the Spin program again. press the Spin Speed button again to select Child-safe start. NOTE: The Wool and Hand/Delicate wash programs automatically have a higher water level. Call a service technician. Within three seconds. (If the child-safe start has already been activated. follow the steps below: be done within 15 seconds. F3 This indicates a problem with the drain pump. To do this. hold down the button until the indicator light goes off.) 2. Call a service technician. “0” will display after you press the Spin Speed button. To cancel this option. F8 This indicates a door opening fault. Page 14 . The table below defines each possible error message. This is to prevent children from inadvertently starting the machine. (00 should show on the display. (This must W6441 ERROR MESSAGES Error messages will display on the LED if faults occur while a program is in progress.) The LED will display a C or F. F2 This indicates a problem with the motor. When you select Anti-crease. Press the Start button five times in succession then press the Spin Speed button five times. CHANGING TEMPERATURE READOUT FROM CELSIUS TO FAHRENHEIT You can change the temperature readout on the LED from Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice versa. To program this function. F6 This indicates a temperature stop fault. Open the door and redistribute the washing. Close the door and try again.) 2. Press the Start button five times in succession then press the Temperature button five times. turn the power off or change the program. Refer to the Troubleshooting chapter for possible solutions. F5 This indicates a problem with the thermistor. Turn the machine off then on again. This option cannot be cancelled after you have started the program. 3. The LED will display “3” to indicate the Child-safe function is active. PROGRAMMING CHILD-SAFE START/STOP You can program the washer not to start unless the Start button is held down for three seconds. (This must be done within 15 seconds.

Water inlet fault Make sure the water tap is open. turn the power off or change the program. the machine has failed to spin.WM70 6000 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS W6761 ERROR MESSAGES Error messages will display in the LCD window if faults occur while a program is in progress. Wash motor fault Call a service technician. Turn the power off then on again. The table below defines each possible error message. Overflow Call a service technician Pressure sensor fault Call a service technician. Water outlet fault Check the pin trap for possible blockage. Run the Spin program again. Page 20 . ERROR MESSAGE ERROR MESSAGE To remove the message. Open the door and redistribute the washing. Temperature stop fault Call a service technician. This could be because the load is out of balance. Close the door and try again. Door lock fault Call a service technician. Make sure the outlet hose isn’t kinked. Thermistor fault Call a service technician. 0000 If this message flashes at the top right of the LCD window. SOLUTION SOLUTION When this symbol flashes at the lower right corner of the display it merely means the glass door isn’t closed securely.

Testing LEDs 4. Press the start/stop button (S1). 3. • Valve 2 opens until level P2 (wash level) is reached. 10 Indication of faults: Fault indication/symptom LED L1 flashes. Press button S4/S5 and keep it depressed for approximately 20 seconds. Hold the start/stop button (S1) in and start the machine by pressing the main power switch. S = Push button L = LED S5 S9 S4 L34 L31 L21 L22 L11 L23 L20 L12 L10 L13 L19 L24 L9 L30 L8 L6 L1 L14 L25 S1 L15 L5 L32 L33 L26 Main power switch L29 L27 S11 S10 S8 L7 L16 L2 L4 L3 S2 L28 S7 S6 J1 Total reset of programmes and starting test programme To access the test programme. • Valve 1 opens for 2 seconds. 2. • Valve 4 opens for 2 seconds. This indicates that total reset has been carried out.. Check that the door is closed. which starts to flash and continues to do so for the remainder of the test programme. Check that any of the LEDs around the programme knob (L7 – L16) light. Testing inlet valves and water level (wash level) 5. • Valve 2 closes. Note! This must be done within 3 seconds after carrying out total reset. • Valve 2 opens for 2 seconds. • The entire display goes out except L6 (by the start/stop button). You can cancel the test programme at any time during the programme by pressing the main power switch. total reset of the programme must be carried out as follows: 1. Cause Level system/valve fault . the test programme stops and ”End” is shown in the display (applies to machines with a display). Make sure that the main power switch if off. • All LEDs on the panel light up.WM70 6000 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS Service manual WM25 Test programme The entire test programme is run in a sequence as follows. 6.

: The temperature has not increased by 20°C within 10 minutes. • The washing sequence starts. • The water is heated to 20°C.WM70 6000 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS WM25 Service manual Testing element. the test programme stops and ”End” is shown in the display (applies to machines with a display). • Valve 4 opens for 10 seconds. for leakage. • The washing sequence starts. drain pump. • The element switches off. Fault during draining (valve 1) LED L4 and L5 flash. 11 . high level. • The door opens. • Spinning at max rpm occurs for 1 minute. Fault during leak test (pressure drop) LED L5 flash. Warming up fault: The temperature rises to 20°C within one minute. the test programme stops and ”End” is shown in the display (applies to machines with a display). • Valve 2 opens for 10 seconds. • Leak test carried out for 20 minutes. Fault at water intake LED L4 flashes. • Valve 1 opens until level P6 (rinse level) is reached. spinning and door opening 7. • The drain pump runs until level P1 (empty machine) is reached. • The washing cycle ends. Fault during spin cycle The test programme then stops automatically and ”End” is shown in the display (applies to machines with a display). Indication of faults: Fault indication/symptom Cause LED L2 flashes. Warming up fault LED L1 and L2 flash. the test programme stops and ”End” is shown in the display (applies to machines with a display). • The washing cycle ends. Press the start/stop button (S1). • The element switches on. thermistor. motor. LED L3 flashes.

2. Check that the tap on the water pipe is open. wiring or control unit. Service action: 1. Open the door Customer information: 1. Check the inlet valve. replace the valve. reset the fault indications by switching off the machine using the main power switch. Check that the drain pump is not blocked by foreign objects. Drainage fault Customer information: 1. Service action: 1. this could be due to a fault in the level system. Check voltage to the inlet valve. Check the function of the level sensor. 3. After carrying out corrective actions as above. If necessary. Check that the filter in the machine’s water intake is not blocked. Check the level sensor and hoses. Check wiring and voltage to the pump. Close the door and start a programme. After implementing corrective action. 3. Fault with water supply Customer information: 1. 2. Check for faults on the door lock or wiring to the door lock. Check the door lock. If the pump only runs for a short while (approximately 20 seconds). 10 . 3. If there is no voltage. 2. Check that no objects are stuck in the drainage hose outlet. Check the control unit.WM70 6000 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS Service manual WM25 Fault indications The following faults are indicated by a flashing red light in the start/stop/door opening button LEDs and as a trouble code on the display (not on all machine versions). If necessary. Service action: 1. replace the pump and/or control 3. Check the machine’s level system and inlet valve. this indicates a fault in the level system. Check that there are no kinks in the drainage hose. 2. run the Drain programme or press the Key button (door open) to empty the machine. Fault indication Display LEDs (flashing) Cause Action Over filling. Door opening fault Service action: 1. Too much water in the machine Service action: 1.

Total reset By pressing S14 when power on the software total resets (return to default values of all settings). “Testing heater” (heater on until max 60°C). ex “Thermistor fault (2).. Temperature °C/°F Turn J1 counter clockwise ”°C” default or clockwise” °F” Pressing S14 next step is accessed. Make all selections. Failure reed out Rotating J1 will display 2 nd and 3 rd last deviating fault. Diagnostics Separate test of auxiliary components. Pressing S14 components will be off and next step is accessed. Rotating J1 each component will be turned on (with a 1 sec delay) and inputs detected in sequence: “Testing” (no component). 30” . “Testing door”. “Testing spin” (spin sequence. default or clockwise 1800 rpm. Tracking data reed out SP: (software programming date: year week CM: (control unit manufacturing date: year week SV1: (Software version) SV2: (Software version) NC: Number of cycles Press S14 next step is accessed. S6 NOTE! Turn J1 • Pressing S6 when power on followed by 3 pushes on S6 within 5 sec enters the service menu. Pressing S13 stores all selections made in service menu and leaves service mode. drain pump on). 1700 rpm . “Testing motor” (normal action). 1700 rpm. 1800 rpm. “Over flow (3). and then on main power. .WM70 6000 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS WM60 Service manual Service menu WM60.. 20” Failure record is cleared by total reset Pressing S14 next step is accessed. Service menu settings and parameters only re-programmable in in-line programming excluded (shall not reset). “Testing valve SM” (inlet valve 1 and 2 on).2 L1 J1 L2 L3 L4 L5 LCD S13 S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 L6 S8 S14 S9 S10 S11 S12 Switch off. Spin speed Turn J1 counter clockwise 1500 rpm.” ” Pressing S14 next step is accessed or S13 to store or leave service mode. “Testing drain” (drain pump on). “Testing valve 1” (inlet valve 1 on). “Testing valve 2” (inlet valve 2 on). 1600 rpm. Rinse setting Turn J1 counter clockwise ”3 rinses” default or clockwise ” 5 rinses” Pressing S14 next step is accessed.

If necessary. Check the level sensor and hoses. Check voltage to the inlet valve. run the Drain program or press the Key button (door open) to empty the machine. wiring or control unit.WM70 6000 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS WM60 Service manual Fault indications WM60. There is still water in the machine. this indicates a fault in the level system. without any water in the machine. Check that the filter in the machine’s water intake is not blocked. replace the valve. Check signal from the MCU and cables between motor and MCU. If there is no voltage. 3. If necessary. • Check the machine’s level system. 3. Check wiring and voltage to the pump. this could be due to a fault in the level system.2 Error messages Cause Close t he door Action Close the door • Too much water in the machine Over flo w fault The door was not closed. Customer information: 1. 2. Indicated if the tacho generator is overloaded or control signal is missing (from the tacho generator or MCU). Make sure that there is no leaks. • If the correct water level is not reached within 5 minutes. Check that the drain pump is not blocked by foreign objects. Check that the tap on the water pipe is open. inlet valve and drain pump. • The wash cycle is interrupted and the program is cleared Customer information: 1. • The overflow protection at the bottom of the machine is activated (not all models). Make sure that there is no leaks (water on the machines base) • The drain pump is on. After implementing corrective action. Check that no objects are stuck in the drainage hose outlet. Service action: 1. Check the inlet valve. 2. Check that there are no kinks in the drainage hose. Service action: 1. 2. Outlet fault • The drain pump has been activated more than 3 minutes. If the pump only runs for a short while (approximately 20 seconds). replace the pump and/or control 3. Water inlet fault Motor fault . the wash cycle is interrupted.

Confirm the selection and go to the next option by pressing the program selector button (1). Press the program selector button to scroll between the various options. 3. 3. Press the Start/Stop button to confirm the settings and exit the service menu.g. + Press the program selector button 3 times within 5 seconds. You are now in the service menu (shown in LCD 2. set a certain water inlet). .3 T his is how to enter t he service menu If the machine is on: First switch the power off and then on via the main power switch. 2. Turn the program selector button to make a selection between the menus (e. 2 1 2 3 2. set a certain water inlet). Confirm the selection and go to the next menu by pressing the program selector button (1). Press the program selector button to scroll between the various service menus. Press the program selector (S1) at the same time as the Main power switch. Press the Start/Stop button to confirm the settings and exit the service menu.WM70 6000 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS Service manual WM60 Service menu WM60.g. See instructions below for navigating the service menu. Press the small arrows to make a selection between the options (e. 3 Program selector button for integrated mac hines 1. 3x Program selector 2 2 1 1.

Ventiltest 2. of cycles. Ventil testen SM. Logiciel. Mg venttiilitesti SM. Сeрийный нoмeр. Serienummer. Test valve 1. Press/ turn LCD 2 Comments/instructions DataSerialNo. . Ohjelmisto. Test inlaatventiel 1 Inlet valve 1 is open. Essai vanne SM. Test av vannventil 1. Test válvula SM. Essai vanne 1. Software Software version number. Кoл-вo циклoв. di serie. Codice data CU. Testing Valve 1. No. All display text language versions are displayed. Test heater. Serienummer Date for programming the software (Year_Week) CU date code. Testing Valve SM. Teст клaпaнa 1. Pressure sensor value is shown in LCD 2. Ventiltest 1. Antal cyklusser. Pressure sensor value is shown in LCD 2. Total reset deletes the error indications from the system. CU date code. Test valve 2. Test valve 2.element Heater is on until max 60 °C. Essai vanne 2. CU datum kod. Tester varmelegeme. Nb. Dataversio Nro. Vastustesti. Testing Valve 2. Test valve SM. of cycles. Numero cicli. Number of Cycles. Teст клaпaнa 2. ”Error_Number of cycles” ”Error_Number of cycles” Last three errors and number of cycles is shown. Heizung testen. Anzahl der Zyklen. Test válvula 2. DataSerialNo.WM70 6000 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS Service manual WM60 Service menu WM60. Tester ventil SM. Delete the error indications by pressing the DOOR OPENING BUTTON and the MAIN POWER SWITCH at the same time. Código fecha CU. Test elemento calef. Serienummer. Antall bruk. Software.. Mg venttiilitesti 2. de cycles. Test valvola SM. Pressure sensor value is shown in LCD 2. N° de série. N° de serie. ”Error_Number of cycles” Press to exit the service menu. Software. Data Ser Num. Testing Test valve 1. CU pvm koodi. Ventil testen 2. Software. Code date CU. Styrekort prod dato. Test heater. Essai résistance. Software. Tester ventil 1. Teст клaпaнa SM. Test av element. riscald. Num. N° de ciclos. Test av vannventil SM. Test válvula 1. Software.3 The options below are displayed in the order they occur in LCD 2. Software. Mjukvara.. Software ver. Ventiltest SM. Aantal cycli Number of cycles/programs run Press to exit the service menu. Test inlaatventiel SM Inlet valve 1 and 2 is open. Кoд дaты БУ. Seriennummer. Test av vannventil 2.. Test valve SM. No. Antal cykler . Teст TЭHa. Testing Heater. Beрсия пpoг. Test elem. CU dato kode. Test inlaatventiel 2 Inlet valve 2 is open. Ventil testen 1. Test valvola 2. Elementtest. Syklien lkm. Thermistor value is shown in LCD 2. CU Datumscode. DataSerialNo. Mg venttiilitesti 1. CU Date Code. CU datacode Control unit’s date of manufacture (Year_Week) Software. Test verw. Tester ventil 2. Test valvola 1.

Test motor. Moottoritesti. Rinçage5. Test afvoerpomp Drain pump is on. Huuhtelut5. Essai porte. Test scarico. Schleudern testen. Motor testen. Testing Drain. Tester udpumpning. Teст oтжимa. Test centrifugeren A Spin sequence is performed. Teст мoтoрa. Test motor. Tyhjennyspumpputesti. Tester luge. Risciacqui5. Rinses3. 0 -15% -10% Adjust water inlet volume. Setting can be made in heavy (Program 2). Tömningstest. Skylling5. Tester motor. Test av tømming. Rinses5. Test deurslot Door lock is activated. Test door. Essai vidange. Pressure sensor value is shown in LCD 2. Tester centrifugering. Test spin. the door is then opened. Linkoustesti. Enjuagues5. Пoлoскaниe5. Spoelen3 Rinses5. Abfluss testen. Test spin. Spült5. Test centrifuga. Luke testen. Essai essorage. -5% +5% +10% +15% Press to exit the service menu. Adjusting the default setting for rinsing (default = 5 rinses). Test door. Test puerta. Motortest. Test motore. the drain pump is running. Rinses3. Enjuagues3. Teст нaсoсa. Test drenaje. Huuhtelut3. Risciacqui3. Skylling3. White (3) colour (Program 4) . Test av dørlås. Test drain. Rinses5. Essai moteur. Unbalance value is shown in LCD 2. Test av sentrifugering. Skylninger3. Rinses3. Testing Motor. Teст зaмкa двeрцы. Пoлoскaниe3. Sköljning3. Testing Door. Sköljning5. Contrast ”0” (default) -1 -2 -3 Press to exit the service menu. 0 +3 +2 +1 Adjust LCD contrast LCD. Test av motor. Testing Spin. Test sportello. Test centrifugado. Luukun lukon testi. Default value is 0”. Test motor The motor is running at normal action (49 rpm) Test drain. Spoelen5 Press to exit the service menu.WM70 6000 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS WM60 Service manual Test motor. Dörrtest. Skylninger5. Spült3. Rinçage3. Centifugeringstest. Press to exit the service menu.

Haгрeв Bкл. Press to exit the service menu. Clock setting is accessed (LCD1 off). Riscaldamento On. Opnieuw verwarmen Uit Deactivate the function. Erneut heizen An. Push the Start/Stop button. Uudelleenlämmitys Poissa. Enter the service menu. Réchauffage Off. 3. 2. Uudelleenlämmitys Päällä. setting confirmed by S2. Reheat Off.WM70 6000 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS Service manual WM60 Reheat Off. Riscaldamento Off. Maximum rpm is either 1800 or 2000 rpm depending on model. Pressing S2 a reset is performed and the following actions are performed: 1. Oppvarming Av. Reheat On. Reheat Off. * (8 times for WM and 5 times for TD) The next time the power switches On. If the machine is turned off before step 4 is completed the machine shall restart at step 1. Language settings are accessed (LCD1 off). Haгрeв Bыкл. Reheat On. Réchauffage On. Återvärmning på. language confirmed by S2. 2. Erneut heizen Aus. Text ”Transport protection” is displayed in LCD1 (LCD2 and 3 off). Reset Reset displayed by LCD.) Press the program selector button repeatedly* until “RESET” is displayed on LCD 2. time confirmed by S2. Genopvarmning Til. Opnieuw verwarmen Aan Activate the function Press to exit the service menu. Pressing S1 service menu step 1 is accessed. When all steps are completed the machine shall return to program selection mode. 3. 1600 rpm 1700 rpm 1800 rpm 1900 rpm 2000 rpm Press to exit the service menu. Set time menu is accessed (LCD1 off). 4. Reheat On. .. (Se page 13 in the service manual. Recalentamiento apagado. Switch the power Off with the main switch. the machine is in the customer start menu. For resetting the machine to the customer start menu proceed as follows. Återvärmning Av. 4. 1. Genopvarmning Fra. by pressing any key or rotating J1 the program menu is accessed. 1500 rpm Setting maximum speed. “1 LANGUAGE” is displayed On LCD 2. Oppvarming På. Recalentamiento encendido.

Service action: 1. The thermistor is faulty 3. If there is no voltage. If the pump only runs for a short while (approximately 20 seconds).sicurezza. Défaut . The drain pump has been activated more than 3 minutes. Customer information: Thermistor fault. Check the function of the level sensor. Check that the filter in the machine’s water intake is not blocked. Vandindtagsfejl. 2. If needed. Vanntilførsel. If necessary. Over flow fault. Vedenpoistovika. Trop plein. 2. Temp. Défaut . Service action: 1. Check the inlet valve. sis. replace the valve. 2. Fallo . Te veel water Too much water in the machine Water outlet fault. replace it. 2. Ylitulviminen. The table shows the indication in all languages and language variations. After implementing corrective action. Check the thermistors function. this could be due to a fault in the level system. wiring or control unit. Customer information: Water inlet fault. 3. Vannutløp. Check that there are no kinks in the drainage hose. Überfüllt. Vika vedenotossa. Termostat fejl. LCD 1 Cause Over flow fault. Uscita acqua. Err.. Check that the drain pump is not blocked by foreign objects. Sikkerhetsfeil. 2. 3. Security fault. Troppo pieno.3 The below faults are indicated in plaintext in LCD 1. Entrata acqua . Watertoevoer fout If the correct water level is not reached within 5 minutes. Fallo . Waterafvoer fout Action Service action: Check the machine’s level system. Udpumpningsfejl. Service action: 1. Check the control unit. 3. Wasserablauffehler. Sicherh. Make sure that there is no leaks (water on the machines base) 1. Overløbsfejl. Water Inlet Fault. Water Outlet Fault. run the Drain program or press the Key button (door open) to empty the machine. Desborde. Uttömningsfel. Thermistor Fault. sensor fout 1. Termistor. Teрмистoр.WM70 6000 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS WM60 Service manual Fault indications WM60. Lucköppningsfel. Thermistor fault. Пeрeлив вoды. this indicates a fault in the level system. Customer information: Check that the door is closed properly Service action: 1.fehler. The circuit for the thermistor is open. Слив вoды. Check voltage to the inlet valve. Unbalance (language to be defined in next version) Is indicated when wash load is not evenly applied in the cylinder. If necessary. The drain pump is on. There is still water in the machine. бeзoп. Check for faults on the door lock or wiring to the door lock. Security fault. replace the pump and/or control 3. Termistorfehler. the wash cycle is interrupted. Check the level sensor and hoses. without any water in the machine. Check that the tap on the water pipe is open. Sikkerhedsfejl.. Défaut. . Vika turvajärj.-fehler. Fallo sistema seguridad. Haбoр вoды. Make sure that the load is evenly applied. Water outlet fault. The measurment value for the thermistor is <300 Ω (>120 °C/248 °F ) Service action: (Note: Is only shown in the Service menu) 1. Check wiring and voltage to the pump. Check that no objects are stuck in the drainage hose outlet. Termistorfel. Fallo. inlet valve and drain pump. Vattenintagsfel. Termistorivika. 2. Make sure that there is no leaks. The wash cycle is interrupted and the program is cleared Customer information: The overflow protection at the bottom of the machine is activated (not all models). Oшибкa сис. Overflom. Wasseraufn. Termistore . Överfyllnad. Security Sys Fault. Deurslot fout The door is open. Erreur sécurité. Overflow Fault. Water inlet fault.

(Note: Is only shown in the Service menu) After carrying out corrective actions as above. Pressure fault. Service action: Pressure fault. . Drucksensorfehler. Nivåfeil. (Note: Is only shown in the Service menu) Check signal from the MCU and cables between motor and MCU. Motorfel. Pres Sensor Fault. Fallo . Errore arresto . Moottorivika. Service action: Wash motor fault. Painesensorivika. Défaut . Check for leaks. Trycksensorfel. Fallo . Fallo . Tryksensor fejl. Motor fejl. Motorfehler. Défaut . cables. Moтoр. Défaut .-stoppfehler. Motorfeil. Motore lavaggio . Temperatur fejl. Teмпeрaтурa. thermistor and level system. Ei lämmitä vettä. The wash cycle continues to next step. Temp. Pressostato . Temperaturstoppfel. Дaтчик урoвня. Temperatuurstop Check the heater. Temperature Fault . Temperature fault. reset the fault indications by pressing the DOOR OPERING BUTTON at the same time as the main power switch. Wash Motor Fault . Druksensor fout Indicated when water level is decreasing dropp to zero whitin 30 sec in the first rinse Service action: Temperature fault. Wash motor fault. Temperaturstopp.WM70 6000 SERIES DIAGNOSTICS Service manual WM60 LCD 1 Cause Action The temperature is raised < 5 °C/41 °F within 10 minutes. Motorstoring Indicated if the tacho generator is overloaded or control signal is missing (from the tacho generator or MCU).

... 80 Machine Runs Too Long (3+ Hours).................................................................. Thermistor Fault ................................................................ Can’t program unit .......... 74 The door won’t open......................... Motor Fault ........................... Just Sits There.................................65 Door Won’t Open ....................... Clothes don’t get dry ....... Machine Won’t Spin........ 100 Machine doesn’t heat.................... 63 Machine Fills But It Won’t Tumble..... 92 Machine doesn’t dry well ......... 107 The buzzer doesn’t work .................. F3 Fault Code .............. 86 LED Display won’t light up................................................................................................................... F2 Fault Code........................................................................................... Temp Stop Fault............. 60 Machine Won’t Fill ....................................................... 90 Machine Doesn’t heat.................................. Door Won’t Open...................... 103 Machine doesn’t dry very well .................................................................... F4 Fault Coe ............................. 69 Machine Won’t Fill......................... Machine Won’t Spin.......................... 70 Machine Runs Too Long (3+ hours)............ Inlet Fault ..................................................................................... Door Won’t Open.................... Drum Full of Water...................... Door Won’t Open..................................... 110 Page 2 .............................. F8 Fault code ................................. 84 The Door Won’t Open ............................ Just Sits There..............................................Laundry Troubleshooting Flowcharts W6021/W6221 Flowcharts Machine Won’t Drain............................................... Display hard to read.................... Unit is dead.................................... Reservoir never fills ................................................................ Drum Full of Water........................... Clothes don’t dry ........................................ 61 Machine Won’t Heat the Water................................... 108 The condensing unit doesn’t drain.............................................................. 66 W6441 Flowcharts Machine Won’t Drain........................... 79 Machine Won’t Fill..... 106 Machine overheats and shuts off ............ Runs Too Long (3+ hours) ............... 95 Machine overheats and shuts off ............................ 96 The buzzer doesn’t work .......................................... 76 W6641/W6661/W6761 Flowcharts Machine Won’t Drain........................ Temp stop fault................ 72 Machine Fills But It Won’t Tumble........ 82 Machine Fills But It Won’t Tumble............................................................ Machine Won’t Spin..................................................................................... Outlet fault . 88 T701 Flowcharts Machine Won’t run/start .... Missing words................................. 97 T721 Machine doesn’t start/run .. Drum Full of Water ........................... F6 Fault Code ........................................................

go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or the dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. you have a bad board. Step 4: Checking Door Switch Measure resistance on the door switch across E121 and E111 with the door closed. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. you need to replace the pump. If you have 240 volts. If you have an open circuit. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. Step 7: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. remove the door lock mechanism and replace if faulty. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across F1 and F2. Step 6: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. If you do not have 240 volts. you have a bad on/off switch. If you have 240 volts. If you have a closed circuit. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. Door Won’t Open. ohm those wires down to the pump to check the wires for breakage. Step 2: Checking Drain Pump Start a drain program. but no drain pump. Step 5: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage TB-16 to TB-12 on the on/off switch. check the board (Step 3). check the RFI suppressor (Step 6). such as #11. check the fuses (Step 7). If you do not have 240 volts. Step 3: Checking Board Measure voltage across E-83 and E-84 on the board. If you have 240 volts. Drum Full of Water Step 1: Checking Coin Trap – Pull out the coin trap to ensure there is no debris stuck inside the pump or drain hoses. Page 60 . and the switch in in the on position. check the door switch (Step 4). measure for 240 volts at E122 and E112on the board.W6021/W6221 Flowchart Machine Won’t Drain. you have a bad RFI suppressor. check the wires back to the board for breakage. check the terminal block (Step 8). If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 8: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. Measure voltage across the both “AP” wires on the drain pump. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across the on/off switch at TB15 and TB11. check the on/off switch (Step 5). you have bad fuses. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage.

If you don’t have 240 volts. If you do not have . Start a #4 program. make sure the water tap is open. remove the door lock mechanism and replace if faulty. If you do not have 240 volts. you have a bad board. Step 2: If no water will come in at all. check the pressure sensor (Step 4). check those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage. or there has recently been some plumbing work. If you do not have 240 volts. check those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage. If customer says it’s during a final rinse: Position the volt meter leads on the inlet valve and be prepared to measure voltage on the fill valve at IV4 to IV4N. you have a bad fill valve. check those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage. you have a bad fill valve. If you have 240 volts. measure voltage on the board at E-41 to E-43. If you have . remove the fill hose and check inside the inlet valve to ensure the filter screen is clean. you have a bad pressure sensor. Step 5: Checking Board Measure voltage across E122 and E112 on the board. If you have a closed circuit. Step 4: Checking Pressure Sensor Check the pressure sensor at E-91 and E-93 for 5 volts DC. If you have 240 volts but the valve is not opening. check the pressure sensor (Step 4). check the pressure sensor (Step 4). measure voltage on the board at E-41 to E-42. Page 61 . If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. and the pressure sensor checks out fine.5 volts DC. you have a bad fill valve. check the board (Step 5). or the unit is brand new. If you don’t have 240 volts. start a #1 program and measure the voltage on the fill valve at IV1 to IV1N. Step 6: Checking Door Switch Measure resistance on the door switch across E121 and E111 with the door closed. If you have 240 volts. check the door switch (Step 6). If you do not have 240 volts. Next.5 volts DC. If you have 240 volts but the valve is not opening. measure voltage on the board at E-41 to E-44. If you have an open circuit. check the on/off switch (Step 7). check E-91 to E-92 for . If you don’t have 240 volts. If customer says it’s during a main wash: Start a #3 program and measure voltage on the fill valve at IV2 to IV2N. but the valve is not opening. Step 3: Checking Fill Valve If customer says it’s during a pre-wash or rinse: Since a pre-wash and rinse use the same fill valve solenoid.5 volts DC with no water in the machine. If you have 240 volts.W6021/W6221 Flowchart Machine Won’t Fill Step 1: If the unit is in a new construction.

Step 9: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. check the RFI suppressor (Step 8). check the wires back to the board for breakage. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Page 62 . If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. you have a bad on/off switch. check the terminal block (Step 10). If you have 240 volts. measure voltage across F1 and F2. Step 8: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. you have bad fuses. If you have 240 volts. you have a bad RFI suppressor. If you have 240 volts. measure voltage across the on/off switch at TB15 and TB11. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage.W6021/W6221 Flowchart Machine Won’t Fill (continued) Step 7: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage TB-16 to TB-12 on the on/off switch. check the fuses (Step 9). If you do not have 240 volts. Step 10: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or the dryer and check for 240 volts. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. and the switch in in the on position.

turn off the power to the unit. If you do not have 240 volts there. ohm the thermistor across E-31 and E 32 at room temperature and no water in the machine.W6021/W6221 Flowchart Machine Won’t Heat the Water. theboard is not sending proper voltaqe to the thermistor. If you have 240 volts and the unit is still not heating. Measure voltage across E122 and E112 on the board. Step 3: Checking the Board Pull the thermistor plug off the board and check for 5 volts DC across the E31-E32 plug. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts and the machine is filled to the normal level to the bottom of the glass door. The board is bad. Runs Too Long (3+ hours) Step 1: Make sure the customer is running a heated program. check the door switch (Step7). Step 4: Checking Element Start a #3 program at 205°. Check the element (Step 4). check the pressure switch (Step 5). or is an open circuit. check the board (Step 3). check the wires back down to the element for breakage. and ohm across the element. Let’s make a few more checks to ensure there are no other problems. If you do not have 240 volts. as long as it is getting proper incoming voltage. If you have 40-60 K ohms. you have a bad thermistor. check the on/off switch (Step 8). measure voltage across E123 on the board and N111 on the pressure switch. you have a bad pressure switch. If you do not have 240 volts. remove the door lock mechanism and replace if faulty. the resistance is outside the range above tolerance. The Main Wash is the only cycle that heats the water. Page 63 . If the element is not within tolerance. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 7: Checking the Door Switch Measure resistance on the door switch across E121 and E111 with the door closed. you have a bad element. If you have 240 volts there. Step 5: Checking Pressure Switch Turn the power back on. Wait about ten minutes. If you have a closed circuit. If you have an open circuit. This should be between 40 and 60 K ohms. you have a bad board. then check the voltage across both wires on the heating element. Step 2: Checking Thermistor Before you run any cycle. and measure voltage across E123 on the board to N114 on the pressure switch while running the #3 program.10% . If you do not have 5 volts DC. You should get around 28 K ohms +or . Step 6: Checking incoming voltage to the board. check the incoming voltage to the board (Step 6). If you have an open circuit.

Page 64 . measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. measure voltage across the on/off switch at TB15 and TB11. If you have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or the dryer and check for 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. you have a bad on/off switch. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. you have bad fuses. and the switch in in the on position. If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage.W6021/W6221 Flowchart Machine Won’t Heat the Water. If you have 240 volts. check the fuses (Step10). check the wires back to the board for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. Runs Too Long (3+ hours) (continued) Step 8: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage TB-16 to TB-12 on the on/off switch. If you have 240 volts. check the terminal block (Step 11). you have a bad RFI suppressor. Step 10: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. Step 11: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across F1 and F2. Step 9: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. check the RFI suppressor (Step 9). If you do not have 240 volts.

go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or the dryer and check for 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Machine Won’t Spin Step 1: If the complaint is just that the machine wont spin. At this point. check the board (Step 5). check the RFI suppressor (Step 8). If you do not have 240 volts. which doesn’t have a maximum RPM spin. If you have 240 volts. More than likely they are running a #6. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. Step 6: Checking Door Switch Measure resistance on the door switch across E121 and E111 with the door closed. Step 9: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. If you have a closed circuit. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. If you have an open circuit. check the wires back to the board for breakage. you have a bad on/off switch. Step 7: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage TB-16 to TB-12 on the on/off switch. Step 4: Checking Motor Ohm the motor for the readings found in the motor resistance section of this manual on page _____ If the motor ohm readings are ok. remove the door lock mechanism and replace if faulty. measure voltage across F1 and F2.W6021/W6221 Flowchart Machine Fills But It Won’t Tumble. you have bad fuses. always check the coin trap to make sure there is no debris inside that could keep the unit from draining. you have a bad RFI suppressor. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. and the switch in in the on position. recommend that if they choose to use the #5 program which uses the maximum spin. Step 5: Checking the Board Measure voltage across E122 and E112 on the board. ask the customer what program they generally run. Page 65 . Step 8: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. Step 3: If the complaint is that the clothes are just too wet. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. check the on/off switch (Step 7). measure voltage across the on/off switch at TB15 and TB11. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. Step 2: Make sure the “No spin” option has not been selected. Step 10: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. check the fuses (Step 9). check the terminal block (Step 10). you have a bad board. check the door switch (Step 6). If you have 240 volts.

measure voltage across F1 and F2. If the unit is running. It is always a good idea to check the coin trap for debris that might be preventing the machine from draining properly. Step 5: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage TB-16 to TB-12 on the on/off switch. The timer knob does not move. you have a bad door switch/door lock mechanism. If you have 240 volts. theunit must be at the end of the program. If you have 5 volts DC while pressing the button. If you have 240 volts. If this is an open circuit. check the wires from the door open button back to the board for breakage. and the door doesn’t open. you have a bad board. and you had 240 volts across E121 and E112. If you do not have 240 volts. If the wires are intact. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. If you have 240 volts there. and the door is closed. If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires back to the board for breakage. check the door lock mechanism(Step 3) Step 3: Checking Door Lock Mechanism Measure the voltage across E121 and E112 on the board while pushing the door open button. Remove the door switch/door lock mechanism and replace if faulty. check the wires down to the door switch for breakage. measure resistance across the board at E121 and E111. turn the timer knob to a #10 Drain program and press the “Start” button. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. you have a bad on/off switch. Step 6: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across the on/off switch at TB15 and TB11. and press the “door open” button.W6021/W6221 Flowchart Door Won’t Open Step 1: For the door to open. Let that drain program run to completion. check the RFI suppressor (Step 6). You should have 0 volts DC when pressing the door open button in. If you have 240 volts . you have a bad door open button. There can be no water in the machine. You should have 5 volts DC without touching the button. Step 4: Checking Incoming Voltage to the Board Measure voltage across E122 and E112 on the board. If you do not have 240 volts. and the door is closed. you have a bad RFI suppressor. check incoming voltage to the board (Step 4). If the door switch is closed. If you always have 0 volts DC whether you push the door open button or not. If you have 240 volts. If you did not get 240 volts. check the fuses (Step 7). If you do not have 240 volts there. If the wires seem to be intact. the door switch is stuck open. Page 66 . Step 2: Checking Door Open Button Measure DC voltage across E53 and E51 on the board. and the switch in in the on position. check the on/off switch (Step 5).

you have bad fuses.W6021/W6221 Flowchart Door Won’t Open (continued) Step 7: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or the dryer and check for 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. Page 67 . check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. Step 8: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. check the terminal block (Step 8). If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S.

Step 6: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. If you have 240 volts. Step 3: Checking On/Off Switch and Door Switch Measure voltage on the on/off switch at TB-18 and TB-12 with the switch in the on position. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across F1 and F2. but still not working. measure voltage across E7-1 and E7-2. If you do not have 240 volts. and the drain pump is clean and clear. If you have 240 volts. and press the “Start button”. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. check the fuses (Step 5). If you have 240 volts. check TB-15 to TB-11 on the on/off switch. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. F3 Fault Step 1: Checking Coin Trap Pull out the coin trap to ensure there is no debris stuck inside the pump or drain hoses. you have a bad board. Step 5: Checking Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. check the On/Off switch (Step 3). you have a bad on/off switch. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. Drum Full of Water. check continuity from the wires going from the on/off switch back to the board. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 4: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. check the wires that go down to the pump for breakage. you have a bad pump. Measure voltage across both wires labeled “AP” on the drain pump. If you have 240 volts. you have a bad RFI suppressor. If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. If you have 240 volts. you have bad fuses. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. Step 2: Checking Drain Pump Turn the timer knob to “Drain”. measure voltage at the board at E21-E22. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Page 69 . If you do not have 240 volts. check the terminal block (Step 6). If you do not have 240 volts. check the RFI suppressor (Step 4). If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts.W6441 Flowchart Machine Won’t Drain. If you do not have 240 volts. Door Won’t Open. If you have 240 volts.

Next. The display will show “ 5 5 5”. check across those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage. regardless of what program is selected. the unit needs to be reprogrammed for a cold fill. start fault tracing for the main wash cold fill valve by turning the timer knob to the 12 o’clock position. Just Sits There. Next. check across those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage. turn the knob to the 12 o’clock position. The display will show “5 5 5”. measure voltage on the upper board at E-41 to E-42. If you have 240 volts. Turn the power off and back on again. make sure the water tap is open. turn the power off and back on. If you do not have 240 volts. Hold the “Start/Stop” button for five seconds to cancel the fault tracing program. measure voltage on the fill valve at IV2 to IV2N. If you don’t have 240 volts. Step 3: Checking Fill Valve If customer says it’s during a pre-wash or rinse: Since a pre-wash and rinse use the same fill valve solenoid. press the “Seven Rinse” button once. Measure voltage on the fill valve at IV4 to IV4N. If you have 240 volts. measure voltage on the upper board at E-45 to E-41. remove the fill hose and check inside the inlet valve to ensure the filter screen is clean. or the unit is brand new. If you have 240 volts. Next. Press and hold the “Start/Stop” while pressing the”High Water Level” button five times. Now. Next. If the unit was already programmed for a cold fill. If you have 240 volts. turn the power off and back on. The display will show “5 5 5”. If you don’t have 240 volts. press the “Temperature” button once to turn the inlet valve on. Now the unit is programmed for a cold fill. If you have 240 volts. measure voltage on the fill valve at IV1 to IV1N. but the valve is not opening. then press the “Delayed Start” button five times. you have a bad fill valve. Press and hold the “Start/ Stop” while pressing the “High Water Level” button five times. but won’t fill when you select a temperature over 115° F. Press and hold the “Start /Stop” button while pressing the “High Water Level” button five times. If customer says it’s during a final rinse: Start a fault tracing program by turning the timer knob to the 12 o’clock position. check the pressure sensor (Step 4). you have a bad fill valve. Now. or there has recently been some plumbing work. If you don’t have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts but the valve is not opening. To do this. Turn the unit off and back on agian. Now Press the “Delayed Start” button to toggle the readout until it shows “C”. then measure voltage on the upper board at E-41 to E-44. you have a bad fill valve. If customer says it’s during a main wash: If the unit fills when the customer chooses a cold wash. check the pressure sensor (Step 4). check the pressure sensor (Step 4). If you do not have 240 volts. Page 70 . press the “Spin Speed” button once to turn the inlet valve on. Step 2: If no water will come in at all. but the valve is not opening. Turn the knob to the 12 o’clock position. check across those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. Next. Press the “Start/Stop” button five times. F4 Fault Step 1: If the unit is in a new construction. Next.W6441 Flowchart Machine Won’t Fill.

If you do not have 240 volts. but let’s make some more checks to ensure there are no further problems. check TB-15 to TB-11 on the on/off switch. If you have 240 volts. check the fuses (Step 8). If you have 240 volts. check the upper board across E91 and E92 for . you have a bad pressure sensor.5 volts DC. check the RFI suppressor (Step 7). If you did not get 5 volts DC. check DC voltage across E91 and E93 on the upper board. you have a bad on/off switch. you have a bad RFI suppressor. Check the upper board(Step 5). you have bad fuses. If you have 1 volt DC or more. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across F1 and F2. If you do not have 240 volts. you have a bad upper board. Page 71 . If you have 240 volts. If you did get . If you have 240 volts. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. If you have 240 volts. Step 6: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage on the on/off switch at TB-18 and TB-12. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. you probably have a bad upper control board. If you do not have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 9: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. check the terminal block (Step 9). when the unit is empty. F4 Fault code (continued) Step 4: Checking Pressure Sensor With no water in the machine. check the on/off switch (Step 6). check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. If you have 240 volts. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S.W6441 Flowchart Machine Won’t Fill. If you do not have 240 volts. Just Sits There.5 volts DC. Step 7: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 8: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. If you have 240 volts. Step 5: Checking UpperControl Board Measure incoming voltage to the upper control board at E71 and E72. check those wires back to the upper board for breakage.

This should be a P1 program unless the customer has changed the preprogrammed cycles. check the pressure switch (Step 5). check the wires going from the on/off switch back to the board. and the unit is still not heating. This should be between 40 and 60 K ohms. If you do not have 240 volts. the upper board is not supplying the proper DC voltage to the thermistor. and the machine is filled to the normal level. If you have an open circuit. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you did not have 240 volts. but lets take a few more readings to ensure there are no other problems. Step 3: Checking Heating Element Start a normal program. If you have 240 volts. ohm across the element. check the heating element (Step 3).. check the boardcontrol board (Step 6). or your readings are outside the prescribed tolerance. Press and hold P1 and “enter” at the same time. check the RFI suppressor (Step 7). If you do not have 240 volts across the two terminals on the element. Step 2: Checking Thermistor Before you run any cycle. Wait about ten minutes then check the voltage at the heating element. Check the element(Step 3). F6 Fault code Step 1: Make sure the customer is checking for heat during a heated program. If you have 40-60 K ohms. This upper board is likely bad. If you do not have 240 volts. you have a bad pressure switch. You should have 28 ohms +or . Also check to ensure the thermistor is still fastened to the bottom side of the tank . If you do not have 240 volts. the element is bad. you have a bad on/off switch. or the resistance is out of tolerance. If the display does not read “normal”. check the on/off switch (Step 7). check for 5 volts DC across the E31-E32 terminals on theupper board If you do not have 5 volts DC. Step 6: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage across the on/off switch at TB-18 and TB-12 withthe switch in t he on position If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. check across TB15-TB11 on the on/off switch. check the wires back down to the element for breakage. If you have 240 volts. Page 72 . Step 4: Checking Pressure Switch Measure voltage across E10-1 on t he upper board and N114 on the pressure switch. If you have 5 volts DC. If you have an open circuit. Step 5: Checking Control Board Measure voltage at E7-1 and E7-2 on the upper control board. you have a bad thermistor. you have a bad upper control board. measure voltage across E10-1 on the upper board and N111 on the pressure switch. unplug and ohm the thermistor located at E31 and E 32 on the upper board at room temperature.W6441 Flowchart Machine Runs Too Long (3+ hours). The Main Wash is the only cycle that heats the water rinses and pre-washes do not include a heat cycle.10% tolerance. If you do not have 240 volts. This will reset P1 back to factory settings.

If you have 240 volts. check the fuses (Step 8). If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. Page 73 . If you do not have 240 volts. check the terminal block (Step 9). If you have 240 volts. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. F6 Fault code (continued) Step 7: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F4 and F3 on the RFI suppressor. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. you have bad fuses. Step 9: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. measure voltage across F1 and F2. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. If you have 240 volts. you have a bad RFI suppressor. If you do not have 240 volts.W6441 Flowchart Machine Runs Too Long (3+ hours). If you do not have 240 volts. Step 8: Checking Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. If you have 240 volts.

measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. you have bad fuses. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. If the motor ohm readings are ok. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 8: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. ask the consumer which program they had run. Check to see what spin speed is selected. check the board (Step 5). Page 74 . check the fuses (Step 9). If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 6: Checking Upper Control Board Measure voltage across E6-1 and E6-2 on the upper control board in the top of the machine. you have a bad on/off switch. If the customer isn’t using one of the programs with the short low RPM spin. check the wires back down to the motor control unit for breakage. If you have 240 volts. If the customer is choosing 800 RPM. If you do not have 240 volts. check the terminal block (Step 10). check continuity from the wires going from the on/off switch back to the upper control board for breakage. Step 2: Make sure the “No spin” option has not been selected. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts.W6441 Flowchart Machine Fills But It Won’t Tumble. Step 4: Checking Motor Ohm the motor for the readings found in the motor resistance section of this manual on page _____ NOTE: These readings must be taken by the motor. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. see what spin speed the customer uses. check the RFI suppressor (Step 8). This will be indicated by “no d” in the display. Wool. Machine Won’t Spin. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. and Hand/Delicate only have an 800 RPM short spin. Step 5: Checking Motor Control Board Measure voltage at ST15 and ST14 on the motor control board located in the basepan of the unit. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. the clothes will be more wet than normal. you have a bad upper control board. measure voltage across F1 and F2. measure voltage on the upper board at E7-1 and E7-2. If you have 240 volts. check the on/off switch (Step 7). Step 7: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage on the on/off switch at TB-18 and TB-12 with the switch in the on position. check the upper control board (Step 6). check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. check TB-15 to TB-11 on the on/off switch. If you have 240 volts. Step 9: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. If you do not have 240 volts. F2 Fault code Step 1: If the complaint is just that the machine wont spin. check the coin trap to make sure there is no debris inside that could keep the unit from draining. you have a bad motor control board. Perma Press. you have a bad RFI suppressor. If you have 240 volts. Step 3: If the complaint is that the clothes are just too wet.

Machine Won’t Spin. Page 75 . If you do not have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. F2 Fault code (continued) Step 10: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. If you have 240 volts.W6441 Flowchart Machine Fills But It Won’t Tumble.

Position your test leads on the board across E82 and E83. Position you test leads on the upper board across E82 and E83 and be prepared to measure voltage to the door solenoid using fault tracing. measure DC voltage across E9-1 and E9-3 on the upper control board. You should have 240 volts while the door was opening. and the switch is in the on position. check those wires back to the upper control board for breakage. If you did not get 240 volts. you have a bad door lock mechanism. If you have 240 volts. turn the power off and back on. If you did have . remove and inspect the door lock mechanism. Step 7: Checking the ON/OFF Switch Measure voltage across TB18 and TB12 on the on/off swtich with the switch in the on position.5 volts DC. Step 4: Checking the Pressure Switch Measure voltage across N112 on the pressure switch to E7-2 on the upper control board. Turn the timer knob tot he 12 o’clock position. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 3: Check the upper control board. measure voltage across TB15 and TB 11 on the on/off switch withthe switch in the on position. Check incoming voltage to the upper control board (Step 6).6 volts DC while the unit is totally empty. you have a bad pressure switch. If you did not get 240 volts. If youdid not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. You should have .5 volts DC. you have a bad on/off switch. If you have 240 volts. Step 6: Checking incoming voltage to the upper control board Measure voltage at E7-1 and E7-2 on the upper control board. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 2: Check the coin trap for debris that might be preventing the machine from draining properly. F8 Fault code Step 1: Make sure all the water has drained from the unit by turning the timer knob to “drain” and press “Start/Stop”. Next. check the pressure switch (Step 4). To be safe. but the door did not open. let’s make a few more checks to ensure there are no other problems. Page 76 . If you did not get 240 volts.5 or . Step 5: Checking the Pressure Sensor Measure DC voltage across E9-1 and E9-2 on the upper control board with no water in the unit. check the RFI supressor(Step 8). measure voltage across N111 on the pressure switch to E7-2 on the upper control board. check the on/off switch (Step 7). you have a bad upper control board. If you have more than . check the pressure sensor (Step 5). The display will show “ 5 5 5”. and the machine is empty. press the “High Water Level” button once and the door should open. If you have 240 volts. you have a bad pressure sensor. Press and hold the “High Water Level” button five times. Now.W6441 Flowchart The door won’t open. you will likely have a bad upper control board. If you did have 240 volts. If the mechanism doesn’t seem to be bound. If you do not have 5 volts DC.

you have bad fuses. If you have 240 volts. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S.W6441 Flowchart The door won’t open. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. If you have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. If you do not have 240 volts. Page 77 . you have a bad RFI suppressor. check the fuses (Step 9). If you have 240 volts. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. Step 9: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. F8 Fault code(continued) Step 8: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 10: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. measure voltage across F1 and F2. check the terminal block (Step 10).

If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. you have a bad board. check the On/Off switch (Step 3). If you have 240 volts. you have a bad RFI suppressor. Measure voltage across both wires labeled “AP” on the drain pump. If you have 240 volts. you have a bad pump. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. check the fuses (Step 5). If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage at the board at E21-E22. If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. and the drain pump is clean and clear. If you do not have 240 volts. you have bad fuses. check continuity from the wires going from the on/off switch back to the board. Drum Full of Water. measure voltage across F1 and F2. Turn the power to the unit off. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. measure voltage across E7-1 and E7-2. If you have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Door Won’t Open. If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. check the terminal block (Step 6).W6641/W6661/6761 Flowchart Machine Won’t Drain. and back on. and P2 once. you have a bad on/off switch. Press “menu” five times. check the wires that go down to the pump for breakage. Step 4: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. Step 3: Checking On/Off Switch and Door Switch Measure voltage on the on/off switch at TB-18 and TB-12 with the switch in the on position. Step 2: Checking Drain Pump Access fault tracing to turn on the drain pump. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. Step 6: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 5: Checking Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. If you have 240 volts. but still not working. Outlet Fault Step 1: Checking Coin Trap Pull out the coin trap to ensure there is no debris stuck inside the pump or drain hoses. Press “Enter” once. If you have 240 volts. Page 79 . measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. check the RFI suppressor (Step 4). If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. check TB-15 to TB-11 on the on/off switch.

check across those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage. If you have 1 volt DC or more. Step 4: Checking Pressure Sensor With no water in the machine. If you have 240 volts. If the unit was already programmed for a cold fill. Inlet Fault Step 1: If the unit is in a new construction. you probably have a bad upper control board. Page 80 . check the pressure sensor (Step 4). Check the upper board(Step 5). If you don’t have 240 volts. make sure the water tap is open. and press “menu” five times and P2 once. turn the unit off and back on. start fault tracing. but the valve is not opening. but the valve is not opening. check across those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage. measure voltage on the upper board at E-41 to E-42. you have a bad pressure sensor. check the pressure sensor (Step 4). Press Enter 5 times then press P4 five times. you have a bad fill valve. Press “menu” five times and the “menu” button once. Now the unit is programmed for a cold fill. Now use the right or left arrow to toggle the readout until it shows “C”. or there has recently been some plumbing work.5 volts DC. start fault tracing for the main wash cold fill valve by turning the power off and back on. If you do not have 240 volts. If customer says it’s during a final rinse: Start a fault tracing program by turning the power off and back on. measure voltage on the upper board at E-45 to E-41. the unit needs to be reprogrammed for a cold fill. If you have 240 volts. Just Sits There. then measure voltage on the upper board at E-41 to E-44. you have a bad fill valve. check across those wires back to the inlet valve for breakage. Next. check the pressure sensor (Step 4). If you do not have 240 volts. If you did not get 5 volts DC. If you don’t have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you don’t have 240 volts.5 volts DC. measure voltage on the fill valve at IV1 to IV1N. If you have 240 volts. Press “menu” five times and P3 once. or the unit is brand new. Now. If you have 240 volts. If customer says it’s during a main wash: If the unit fills when the customer chooses a cold wash. Turn the power off and back on.W6641/W6661/6761 Flowchart Machine Won’t Fill. but won’t fill when you select a temperature over 115° F. check the upper board across E91 and E92 for . you have a bad fill valve. measure voltage on the fill valve at IV2 to IV2N. measure voltage on the fill valve at IV4 to IV4N. regardless of what program is selected. If you do not have 240 volts. remove the fill hose and check inside the inlet valve to ensure the filter screen is clean. If you have 240 volts but the valve is not opening. To do this. but let’s make some more checks to ensure there are no further problems. If you did get . when the unit is empty. check DC voltage across E91 and E93 on the upper board. Next. Step 3: Checking Fill Valve If customer says it’s during a pre-wash or rinse: Since a pre-wash and rinse use the same fill valve solenoid. Step 2: If no water will come in at all.

you have a bad upper board. Page 81 . Step 6: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage on the on/off switch at TB-18 and TB-12. check TB-15 to TB-11 on the on/off switch. you have a bad RFI suppressor. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 7: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. you have bad fuses. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. If you have 240 volts. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. Just Sits There. If you do not have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. measure voltage across F1 and F2.W6641/W6661/6761 Flowchart Machine Won’t Fill. check the terminal block (Step 9). check the fuses (Step 8). If you do not have 240 volts. Inlet Fault (continued) Step 5: Checking UpperControl Board Measure incoming voltage to the upper control board at E71 and E72. check the on/off switch (Step 6). you have a bad on/off switch. If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. check those wires back to the upper board for breakage. Step 8: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. check the RFI suppressor (Step 7). Step 9: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block.

you have a bad thermistor. Thermistor fault Step 1: Make sure the customer is running a heated program. Page 82 . check the pressure switch (Step 4). Press and hold P1 and “enter” at the same time. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts across the two terminals on the element. check the heating element (Step 3). If you have 240 volts. The Main Wash is the only cycle that heats the water. or your readings are outside the prescribed tolerance. Step 2: Checking Thermistor Before you run any cycle. check the boardcontrol board (Step 5). Step 6: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage across the on/off switch at TB-18 and TB-12 withthe switch in t he on position If you have 240 volts. If you have 5 volts DC.10% tolerance. check the wires going from the on/off switch back to the board. the upper board is not supplying the proper DC voltage to the thermistor. unplug and ohm the thermistor located at E31 and E 32 on the upper board at room temperature. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. If you did not have 240 volts. but lets take a few more readings to ensure there are no other problems. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. check for 5 volts DC across the E31-E32 terminals on theupper board If you do not have 5 volts DC. If you do not have 240 volts. measure voltage across E10-1 on the upper board and N111 on the pressure switch. check the on/off switch (Step 6). If you have an open circuit. This should be a P1 program unless the customer has changed the preprogrammed cycles. ohm across the element. Check the element(Step 3). Wait about ten minutes then check the voltage at the heating element. check across TB15-TB11 on the on/off switch. check the RFI suppressor (Step 7). Step 4: Checking Pressure Switch Measure voltage across E10-1 on t he upper board and N114 on the pressure switch. Temp stop fault. and the unit is still not heating. you have a bad on/off switch. This should be between 40 and 60 K ohms. Also check to ensure the thermistor is still fastened to the bottom side of the tank . If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. or the resistance is out of tolerance.W6641/W6661/6761 Flowchart Machine Runs Too Long (3+ hours). and the machine is filled to the normal level. If you have an open circuit. check the wires back down to the element for breakage. You should have 28 ohms +or . If you have 40-60 K ohms. you have a bad upper control board. This will reset P1 back to factory settings. you have a bad pressure switch. This upper board is likely bad. Step 3: Checking Heating Element Start a normal program. the element is bad. If the display does not read “normal”. If you have 240 volts. Step 5: Checking Control Board Measure voltage at E7-1 and E7-2 on the upper control board.

If you do not have 240 volts.W6641/W6661/6761 Flowchart Machine Runs Too Long (3+ hours). If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. Temp stop fault. measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. If you have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. check the terminal block (Step 9). If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. Step 8: Checking Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. If you have 240 volts. you have a bad RFI suppressor. Thermistor fault (continued) Step 7: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F4 and F3 on the RFI suppressor. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. measure voltage across F1 and F2. If you have 240 volts. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. you have bad fuses. check the fuses (Step 8). Page 83 . Step 9: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block.

check the fuses (Step 9). measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S. you have a bad RFI suppressor. More than likely they are running a P3. check the wires back down to the motor control unit for breakage. check the upper control board (Step 6). If you do not have 240 volts. check the board (Step 5). you have a bad upper control board. check TB-15 to TB-11 on the on/off switch. If you do not have 240 volts. ask the consumer which program they generally run. you have bad fuses. Step 9: Checking the Fuses Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B. check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage. check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 4: Checking Motor Ohm the motor for the readings found in the motor resistance section of this manual on page _____ NOTE: These readings must be taken by the motor. If you have 240 volts. reprogram the board for either a 1400 or 1600 rpm spin. check the coin trap to make sure there is no debris inside that could keep the unit from draining. check the terminal block (Step 10). you have a bad motor control board. Machine Won’t Spin. check the on/off switch (Step 7). Step 6: Checking Upper Control Board Measure voltage across E6-1 and E6-2 on the upper control board in the top of the machine. you have a bad on/off switch. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. Page 84 . Step 3: If the complaint is that the clothes are just too wet. If you do not have 240 volts. check continuity from the wires going from the on/off switch back to the upper control board for breakage. enter the options menu and turn the short spin option off. If you find that this is the case. If you have 240 volts. check the RFI suppressor (Step 8).W6641/W6661/6761 Flowchart Machine Fills But It Won’t Tumble. If you have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. measure voltage on the upper board at E7-1 and E7-2. If you do not have 240 volts. Check to see what spin speed is selected. If it displays 800 rpm. If you do not have 240 volts. This will make this option a permanent change. Step 2: Make sure the “No spin” option has not been selected. If you do not have 240 volts. If you have 240 volts. If the motor ohm readings are ok. If you have 240 volts and the switch is on. Step 7: Checking On/Off Switch Measure voltage on the on/off switch at TB-18 and TB-12 with the switch in the on position. Step 5: Checking Motor Control Board Measure voltage at ST15 and ST14 on the motor control board located in the basepan of the unit. Motor fault Step 1: If the complaint is just that the machine wont spin. If you do not have 240 volts. If you do not have 240 volts. Step 8: Checking RFI Suppressor Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor. If you have 240 volts. thus maximizing the spin results. measure voltage across F1 and F2.

Page 85 . If you do not have 240 volts. check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage. If you have 240 volts. go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240 volts at the receptacle. Machine Won’t Spin. Motor fault (continued) Step 10: Checking Terminal Block Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block.W6641/W6661/6761 Flowchart Machine Fills But It Won’t Tumble.

W6641/W6661/6761 Flowchart
The door won’t open
Step 1: Make sure all the water has drained from the unit by accessing fault tracing. To do this, turn the
power off and back on. Press “menu” five times, “enter” once and P2 once.
Step 2: Check the coin trap for debris that might be preventing the machine from draining properly.
Step 3: Check the upper control board.
Position you test leads on the upper board across E82 and E83 and be prepared to measure voltage to the
door solenoid using fault tracing. Turn the power off and back on. Press “menu” five times and the left
arrow button once.
You should have 240 volts while the door was opening.
If you did have 240 volts, but the door did not open, remove and inspect the door lock mechanism.
If the mechanism doesn’t seem to be bound, you have a bad door lock mechanism.
If you did not get 240 volts, check the pressure switch (Step 4).
Step 4: Checking the Pressure Switch
Measure voltage across N112 on the pressure switch to E7-2 on the upper control board.
If you did not get 240 volts, measure voltage across N111 on the pressure switch to E7-2 on the upper
control board.
If you have 240 volts, and the machine is empty, you have a bad pressure switch.
If you did not get 240 volts, check the pressure sensor (Step 5).
Step 5: Checking the Pressure Sensor
Measure DC voltage across E9-1 and E9-2 on the upper control board with no water in the unit. You should
have .5 volts DC.
If you have more than .5 or .6 volts DC while the unit is totally empty, you have a bad pressure sensor.
If you did have .5 volts DC, measure DC voltage across E9-1 and E9-3 on the upper control board.
If you do not have 5 volts DC, you will likely have a bad upper control board. To be safe, let’s make
a few more checks to ensure there are no other problems. Check incoming voltage to the upper
control board (Step 6).
Step 6: Checking incoming voltage to the upper control board
Measure voltage at E7-1 and E7-2 on the upper control board.
If you have 240 volts, you have a bad upper control board.
If you do not have 240 volts, check the on/off switch (Step 7).
Step 7: Checking the ON/OFF Switch
Measure voltage across TB18 and TB12 on the on/off swtich with the switch in the on position.
If you have 240 volts, check those wires back to the upper control board for breakage.
If youdid not have 240 volts, measure voltage across TB15 and TB 11 on the on/off switch withthe switch
in the on position.
If you have 240 volts, and the switch is in the on position, you have a bad on/off switch.
If you do not have 240 volts, check the RFI supressor(Step 8).

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W6641/W6661/6761 Flowchart
The door won’t open (continued)
Step 8: Checking RFI Suppressor
Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor.
If you have 240 volts, check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage.
If you do not have 240 volts, measure voltage across F1 and F2.
If you have 240 volts, you have a bad RFI suppressor.
If you do not have 240 volts, check the fuses (Step 9).
Step 9: Checking the Fuses
Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B.
If you have 240 volts, check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage.
If you do not have 240 volts, measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S.
If you have 240 volts, you have bad fuses.
If you do not have 240 volts, check the terminal block (Step 10).
Step 10:

Checking Terminal Block
Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block.
If you have 240 volts, check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage.
If you do not have 240 volts, go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240
volts at the receptacle.

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W6641/W6661/6761 Flowchart
LED Display won’t light up; Display hard to read; Missing words; Can’t program unit
Before you run a service call, have the customer turn the unit off for about ten minutes. Turn
the unit back on and see if it will accept a program. If the machine now seems to program
properly, theelectronics just needed to be “reset”. If the machine is left on for long periods
of time, turning the power off and back on acts as a “reboot” to the electronics. The
machine should be turned off occasionally to maintain normal operation. If this “reboot” did
not work, check the keyboard(Step 1).
Step 1: Checking Keyboard
If the display just won’t light up, or the words are distorted, turn the power on and check for 13 volts
DC across the upper control board across E11 to E12.
If you have 13 volts DC, you have a bad keyboard.
If you do not have 13 volts DC voltage, check the control board (Step 2).
Step 2: Checking Control Board
Measure voltage at E7-1 and E7-2 on the upper control board for 240 volts .
If you have 240 volts, you have a bad control board.
If you do not have 240 volts, check the on/off switch (Step 3).
Step 3: Checking On/Off Switch
Measure across the on/off switch at TB18-TB12 with the switch in the on position.
If you have 240 volts, check the wires going from the on/off switch back to the board.
If you do not have 240 volts, then check across TB15-TB11 on the on/off switch.
If you have 240 volts, you have a bad on/off switch.
If you do not have 240 volts, check the RFI suppressor (Step 4).
Step 4: Checking RFI Suppressor
Measure voltage across F3 and F4 on the RFI suppressor.
If you have 240 volts, check the wires between the suppressor and on/off switch for breakage.
If you do not have 240 volts, measure voltage across F1 and F2.
If you have 240 volts, you have a bad RFI suppressor.
If you do not have 240 volts, check the fuses (Step 5).
Step 5: Checking Fuses
Measure voltage across the fuses at S2B and S1B.
If you have 240 volts, check the wires between the fuses and the RFI suppressor for breakage.
If you do not have 240 volts, measure voltage across the fuses at S2S and S1S.
If you have 240 volts, you have bad fuses.
If you do not have 240 volts, check the terminal block (Step 6).
Step 6: Checking Terminal Block
Measure voltage across L1 and L2 on the terminal block.
If you have 240 volts, check the wires from the terminal block back to the fuses for breakage.
If you do not have 240 volts, go back to where the unit plugs into the wall or dryer and check for 240
volts at the receptacle.

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3±7% Ohm MCU: MOTOR CONTROL UNIT TG: TACHO GENERATOR N: PRESSURE SWITCH TB: MAIN SWITCH *A FUSE CONNECTION USA & CANADA N11 <P N16 N12 N14 EL N L FB: FLOAT SWITCH TS: PRESSURE SENSOR BA: CONTAINER INKB: INCOMING GROUND BO: BOTTOM *A *A TG MO F EL 4 3 6 MCU 5 TB INKB BA BO TS 3 2 1 AP IV1 IV2 LL TS FB NTC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM WM70. and the contents thereof must not be imparted to a third party nor be used for any unauthorized purpose. 1-3 4. Contravention will be prosecuted.8 K Ohm IV 1: INLET VALVE 1 3.00 This document must not be copied without our written pemission.3±7% Ohm 2-3 4.1 .3.7 K Ohm IV 2: INLET VALVE 2 3.3 80 886 17 .7 K Ohm MO: MOTOR.3±7% Ohm 1-2 4. PREASSURE SWITCH TB: POWER EL: HEATING ELEMENT. 20°C/68°F) VALUES WITH +/-10% ARE REGARDED AS NORMAL COMPONENT WIRES IN ALL MACHINES INTERNAL CONNECTION WIRES IN SOME MACHINES F: RADIO INTERFERENCE SUPPRESSION FILTER 680K Ohm EL: HEATING ELEMENT 25 Ohm AP: DRAIN PUMP 50 Hz 144 Ohm AP: DRAIN PUMP 60 Hz 76 Ohm LL: DOOR LOCK 122 Ohm NTC: THERMISTOR 6. DRAIN PUMP. PREASSURE SWITCH MO: MOTOR POWER RESISTANCES AT ROOM TEMPERATURE (CA. Asko Appliances AB .CABLE POSITIONS 1: MOTOR COMMUNICATION 2: THERMISTOR 3: INLET VALVES 4: DOOR LOCK.

Qty Part No. etc. 2008-07-16 13:49:54 INKB TB: MAIN SWITCH TG: TACHO GENERATOR RO: ROTOR P: PRESSURE SWITCH TS: PRESSURE SENSOR NTC: THERMISTOR This document must not be copied without our written permission.Kg/dm3 Dimensions. Material Scale Designed by Iss by Dept Home 7 TS 6 1:1 Pema UT Year 03 ASKO CYLINDA 3 27 Gen. Asko Cylinda AB TB Rev ind Revision Appd Year Week EL F CABLE POSITIONS 2: THERMISTOR 3: INLET VALVES 4: DOOR LOCK. PREASSURE SWITCH 5: MOTOR 6: PRESSURE SENSOR TB: POWER EL: HEATING ELEMENT. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM WM25 A . Type. pema .tol. Contravention will be prosecuted.tolerance Description(ENG) Gen. and the contents thereof must not be imparted to a third party nor be used for any unauthorized purpose.dft .Released by 4 Pos. DRAIN PUMP.Angle Week 2 MO Name of item Rev Ind 80 761 00 03 AP: DRAIN PUMP EL: HEATING ELEMENT F: FILTER IV: INLET VALVE LL: DOOR LOCK <P N16 AP IV1 IV2 IVSM N12 NTC 2 N11 N14 EL 1 WIRES IN ALL MACHINES INTERNAL CONNECTION WIRES IN SOME MACHINES *A FUSE CONNECTION USA & CANADA LL 1 2 3 3 5 6 3 BO RO 4 TB *A F 4 BA TG 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 5 EL N L *A S:\U\WMD25\1_Tryckunderlag\Kopplingsschema\8076100 Kopplingsschema WM25\8076100 Circuit diagram WM25-03. PREASSURE SWITCH E Description(SE) KOPPLINGSSCHEMA WM25 Replace Project 80 761 00-02 WM25 1 FORMAT A4 D C B Material Dens.

pema .tol. etc.Angle Description(SE) Iss by Dept Year UT 01 ASKO CYLINDA CIRCUIT DIAGRAM WM50 Week 22 3 KOPPLINGSSCHEMA WM50 Rev Ind 80 643 94 02 2 A Replace 80 643 94-01 Project 1FORMAT A3 . Asko Cylinda AB KOMPLETTSCHEMA WM50: 80 643 93-02 S:\U\WMD20\1_Tryckunderlag\Kopplingsschema\8064394 Kopplingsschema WM50\8064394 Kwm50-02.tolerance Description(ENG) Gen. 2004-06-02 10:18:04 F 7 TUB IV1: BA: BALJA BOTTOM IV2: BO: BOTTEN MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK IV3: INKB: INKOPPLINGSPLINT TACHOGENERATOR IV4: TG: TACHOGENERATOR ROTOR PCU: RO: ROTOR RELAY R: LB: RELÄ E6:1-E6:2 E3:1-E3:2 5 Vdc(THERMISTOR DISCONNECTED) E6:4 IV4 ON IV3 ON IV1 ON IV2 ON E10:1-E10:3 230 Vac HEATER OFF 0 V HEATER ON E10:5-E10:3 230 Vac HEATER OFF 0 V HEATER ON THE ABOVE REQUIRE THE LEVEL SWITCH IN POSITION N1 14 E11:1-E11:2 5 Vdc (OVERFILL 0 Vdc) E6:3-E6:5 E7:1-E7:2 5 Vdc 230 Vac 230 Vac E8:1-E8:4 E8:1-E8:4 E8:2-E8:3 230 Vac DATA SERIELL E9:1-E9:3 E9:1-E9:2 DOOR OPEN 0V 230 Vac DOOR CLOSED 230 Vac DOOR SOLENOID ON 10 mS E12:1-E12:3 15 Vdc E12:2 DATA SERIELL 5 Vdc 0. Qty Part No. Type.5 Vdc AT ZERO WATER PRESSURE Pos. and the contents thereof must not be imparted to a third party nor be used for any unauthorized purpose.Kg/dm3 Dimensions. F1 L1 N A INK S2S L2 S1S L1 8 Scale FUSE CONNECTION FOR USA & CANADA F2 S2B S1B Designed by F2 F1 02 01 PM 04 23 PS 01 44 Drawing adjustments Changed E7-1 and E7-2 Appd Year Week Rev ind Revision 7 6 Released by 5 4 1:1 MS Gen. Contravention will be prosecuted.8 E 6 5 INLET VALVE PREWASH AND RINSE INLOPPSVENTIL FÖRTVÄTT OCH SKJÖLJ INLET VALVE MAINWASH COLD INLOPPSVENTIL HUVUDTVÄTT INLET VALVE MAINWASH HOT INLOPPSVENTIL HUVUDTVÄTT VARMVATTEN INLET VALVE RINSE AGENT INLOPPSVENTIL SKLÖJMEDEL PROGRAM CONTROL UNIT PROGRAM KONTROLLENHET DOOR SWITCH LUCKBRYTARE MOTOR BRACKET MF: MOTOR VAGGA MOTOR MO: MOTOR FILTER F: FILTER EL: AP: TH: LM: OF: 3 4 E4-5 INTERNAL CONNECTION INTERN KOPPLING ALTERNATIVE WIRING ALTERNATIV KOPPLING AP 1 F IV1 IV1 E4-3 E2-2 AP 2 IV2 IV2 E4-4 AP IV3 IV3 IV4 E4-2 E2-1 IV4 E4-1 HEATER VÄRMEELEMENT DRAIN PUMP AVLOPPSPUMP THERMISTOR TERMISTOR DOOR SOLENOID LUCKMAGNET OVERFLOW PROTECTION SWITCH ÖVERSVÄMNINGSBRYTARE EL2V EL 2 EL2 E10-1 J1 J2 E14 J3 J4 J5 E10-3 TH E3-1 N2-3 N2-2 E9-3 DL1 E9-1 E9-2 LB N2-1 PRESSURE SENSOR E8-4 E8-3 LM D E8-2 DL3 N1 14 F1 F1 F2 N F3 8 5 SS 6 SB E5-1 2 4 MCU RO MF ST1-5 ST2-4 ST1-4 E6-2 ST2-5 ST1-3 E1-3 E1-4 E1-5 ST1-2 ST1-1 OF 1 E6-4 ST2-7 2 E11-1 E6-3 ST2-6 E6-5 ST1-7 01 E1:1-E1:2 E1:3 E1:4 E1:5 WITH TERMINALBLOCK L3 E2:1-E2:2 230 Vac DRAIN PUMP ON 230 Vac 230 Vac 230 Vac 230 Vac E5:1-E5:2 13 Vdc DATA IN CLOCK DATA OUT E11-2 + 5*PX (SX) TEMP (S1) CELSIUS/FAHRENHEIT CHILDSAFE START SPIN (S2) DELAYED START (S3) INLET VALVES E4:1-E4:2 E4:1-E4:3 E4:1-E4:4 E4:1-E4:5 POWER ON DOOR CLOSED B D E1-2 SPECIAL SELECTIONS PRESS 5*START (S7) SELECTION E6-1 MO7 BO2 MO ST2-3 MO4 TG ST2-2 MO6 BO1 MO2 MO3 EL ST2-1 MO5 BA KCU E1-1 E7-1 E7-2 MO1 INK FUNCTION LEVEL TOGGLE WITH PrSO/Ancr(S6) 1 2 V1 HEATER V2 DRAIN V3 MOTOR N V4 MOTOR G MOTOR SPIN DOOR FUSE CONNECTION FOR ALL COUNTRIES E5-2 EXCEPT USA AND CANADA F4 1 C SWITCH Temp (S1) Spin (S2) Delayed start (S3) Super rinse (S4) E/Hi Wa (S5) p p N1 11 TB1 L1 TESTPROGRAM Hold start(S7)+5xE/Hi Wa(S5) E8-1 N1 12 N1 16 E E3-2 PCU DL2 This document must not be copied without our written pemission. L2 C Material Name of item Material B Dens.dft .

tol. 2 1 2 TB5 1 800 TB6 2 1 NP D MO7 E61 MO6 E62 RO MO4 E64 MO5 E63 8 4 6 5 E105 E104 1 MO2 E66 MO1 E67 C V35 V34 E103 E102 E101 MO3 E65 2 TB1 This document must not be copied without our written pemission. 2007-12-05 14:17:08 8 V33 V12 C E41 F3 F4 F1 FUSE CONNECTION FOR USA & CANADA L2 L1 IV2 E43 E21 IV4 E44 RÖD/RED F1 01 F2 BO N B Pos.Angle Description(SE) 1:1 Designed by Released by Appd Year Week Rev ind Revision Material Name of item Material 4 sosv CIRCUIT DIAGRAM WM 33A/44A Iss by Dept KOPPLINGSSCHEMA WM 33A/44A Year UT 01 ASKO CYLINDA Week 32 3 Rev Ind 80 643 68 07 2 Replace Project A 80 643 68-06 1FORMAT A3 . V2 and DL SS 7 Dens. Asko Cylinda AB KOMPLETTSCHEMA 80 643 67 . Gen.TUB BALJA BOTTOM F: BO: BOTTEN MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK DRAIN PUMP INKB: AP: INKOPPLINGSPLINT AVLOPPSPUMP TACHOGENERATOR MOTOR TG: MO: TACHOGENERATOR MOTOR ROTOR THERMISTOR RO: ROTOR TH: TERMISTOR RELAY R: DOORLOCK RELÄ DL: DÖRRLÅS LEAVEL SWITCH N1: NIVÅVAKT PROGRAM CONTROL UNIT PCU: PROGRAM KONTROLLENHET PUSH BOTTON TB: INLET VALVE PREWASH AND RINSE TRYCKBRYTARE IV1: INLOPPSVENTIL FÖRTVÄTT OCH SKÖLJ INLET VALVE MAINWASH COLD IV2: INLOPPSVENTIL HUVUDTVÄTT INLET VALVE RINSE AGENT IV4: INLOPPSVENTIL SKÖLJMEDEL 2 TH AP N23 N21 N22 N111 04 SS E81 E82 E83 E84 E31 EL2 E32 N114 N116 EL2 E91 N112 E93 p INTERNAL CONNECTION INTERN KOPPLING ALTERNATIVE WIRING ALTERNATIV KOPPLING D 3 PRESSURE SENSOR 01 E121 FUSE CONNECTION FOR ALL COUNTRIES EXCEPT USA AND CANADA E BA: SB EL: 4 5 E92 HEATER VÄRMEELEMENT FILTER FILTER 6 J1 J2 J3 J4 J5 E122 E123 DL1 -5V NS 01 LA E12 E11 V22 V21 1 Options 3 rinses 5 rinses WM 33 1000 rpm WM 33 1100 rpm WM 33 1200 rpm WM 44 1200 rpm WM 44 1300 rpm Not valid for US/CA 3 2 1 J1 J2 x o o x o x x Power Supply F SPIN SPEED SELECTOR E E56 E54 E112 START STOP E53 E113 LA E52 DL TB2 E51 PCU 05 J5 - x = NOT CUT o = CUT . masu .Kg/dm3 Dimensions. Contravention will be prosecuted.dft . R44 F22 EL2 V R33 R34 R23 L1 BA EL2 R F21 R43 VIT/WHITE R24 07 Number order on connectors changed MSu 07 49 06 Drawing adjustments PM 04 23 F2 F22 A E123 RB INK 8 N114 Changed DL1 and DL3 PS 03 03 04 03 Added 1300rpm Modified Japan wiring PS PS 02 35 01 50 Added Japan wiring PS 01 44 01 RA 05 02 BLÅ/BLUE N V11 TEMPERATURE SELECTOR 03 02 L3 L2 IV2 3 2 1 EL2 Wiring Japan F21 E22 INK L1 B E42 F1 S1B S1S IV1 F2 S2B S2S IV1 IV4 F PROGRAM SELECTOR BCD-CODE V32 V31 Changed V1.tolerance Scale 01 34 6 5 Description(ENG) Gen. etc. Type. and the contents thereof must not be imparted to a third party nor be used for any unauthorized purpose.= DON´T CARE E55 DL3 J4 o o o x x -5V -12V 0V E111 DL2 J3 x x o x o NS LB 2 1 2 TB3 1 SR TB4 5h alt.03 F 7 TG S:\U\WMD20\1_Tryckunderlag\Kopplingsschema\8064368 Kopplingsschema WM 33A_44A\revised\8064368 Kopplingsschema 33A_44A-07. Qty Part No.

The drain pump is combined with an integrated fine filter trap. heat and overfilling. 88 012 64.2 and WM60.3 80 792 89 Control Unit WM60. which can be cleaned by the user. 80 773 63 Control Unit WM60. The thermistor measures and controls the water temperature that can vary from 0 to 90°C/ 194°F. Drain pump 60 Hz 76 Ω 80 782 21 Level switch Electro mechanical level switch with two levels.6Ω Pin 4-5 tacho 178 Ω 80 617 06 Heater 2000 W 28. 80 793 24 Inlet valve 3. 80 762 02 EMC filter with inductor 50/60 Hz 680 kΩThe filter eliminates interference to and from the machine.8 k Ω (at room temperature 20 – 30°C/ 86°F) The thermistor for temperature reading is located between the motor cradle and the container.5 kΩ2 way inlet valve 8 litres / minute 80 798 73 Door lock 122 Ω The door lock is electro mechanical and equipped with a magnet.W6903 component values 80 658 33 CIM-motor Resistanser: Pin 1-3 stator 3. resets and a fault code is indicated in the display.1-3. 88 012 63. Indicates levels for door opening.7Ω Pin 1-2 stator 3. The element is disconnected if the thermistor is short-circuited or disconnected from the program control card. The drain pumps capacity is 20 liters/min.3 FI 80 803 87 Motor Control Unit (MCU) 80 806 02 Control unit WM60.Drain pump 50 Hz 144 Ω. the program stops.1 .4Ω 80 761 02 Thermistor 6. If the drain pump has run for 180 seconds during draining.7kΩ± 0.6Ω Pin 2-3 rotor 3. see wiring diagram.

The drain pump is combined with an integrated fine filter trap. Indicates levels for door opening. 80 782 21 Level Switch Electro mechanical level switch with two levels. 88 012 64.Drain pump 50 Hz 144 Ω.6 Ω Pins 2-3 rotor 3. which can be cleaned by the user.57 Ω Pins 4-5 rotor 1.54 Ω (measured diagonally across the collector) Pins 6-7 tacho 135 Ω Resistances: Pins 1-3 stator 3. heat and .41 Ω Pins 1-3 stator 0.75 Ω (Pins diagonally across the collector) Pins 6-7 tacho 135 Ω All resistance values have tolerances of ±8 %.1-3.6 Ω Pins 4-5 tacho 178 Ω All resistance values have tolerances of ±8 %. 88 012 63.Drain pump 60 Hz 76 Ω See above.W6022/W6222 Components and measurement values 80 655 63 80 658 33 Motor 50 Hz CIM-motor Resistances: Pins 2-3 stator 1. The element is disconnected if the thermistor is short-circuited or disconnected from the programme control card. 80 617 06 Heating Element 2000 W 28.7 Ω Pins 1-2 stator 3.58 Ω Pin 4-5 rotor 1. resets and a trouble code is indicated in the display (on machines without a display.4 Ω 80 761 02 Thermistor 6. see wiring diagram.05 Ω Pins 1-3 stator 0.8 k Ω (at room temperature 20 – 30°C) The thermistor for temperature reading is located between the motor cradle and the container. The thermistor measures and controls the water temperature that can vary from 0 to 90°C. the program stops. the LEDs flash). 80 637 33 Motor 60 Hz Resistances: Pins 2-3 stator 1. If the drain pump has run for 180 seconds during draining.

measurement carried out with the drain pump running to ensure 0 level is reached) ASKO level sensor type 1166.1 80 771 28 Control Unit WM25.3 CIM 80 822 58 Frequency motor control .5 kΩ 3 way inlet valve 10 litres / minute 80 616 79 Door lock 122 Ω The door lock is electro mechanical and equipped with a magnet.7kΩ ± 0.3 80 803 88 Control Unit WM25.W6022 and W6222 component values 80 616 64 Pressure sensor 0. 80 762 01 Inlet valve 3. 80 771 27 Control Unit WM25.5 V out from the sensor (at 0 bar pressure and 230 V mains voltage.2 80 771 29 Control Unit WM25. Controls intake and level 80 762 02 EMC filter with inductor 50/60 Hz The filter eliminates interference to and from the machine.

0K . the program stops. The drain pumps capacity is 20 liters/min.2 80 896 73 Motor Control Unit WM70. see wiring diagram. WM70.3 88 014 41 Control unit WM70.1 80 762 02 Radioavstörningsfilter 50/60 Hz See wiring diagram The filter eliminates interference to and from the machine 80 793 24 Inlet valve See wiring diagram 2 way inlet valve 8 litres / minute 80 798 73 Door lock See wiring diagram The door lock is electro mechanical and equipped with a magnet. 88 012 64.000 ohms 6.9K 86 F 6.3 FI 80 896 72 Motor Control Unit. If the drain pump has run for 180 seconds during draining. The thermistor measures and controls the water temperature that can vary from 0 to 90°C/ 194°F. 88 014 40 Control unit WM70.1. The element is disconnected if the thermistor is short-circuited or disconnected from the program control card. Indicates levels for door opening. Drain pump 50 Hz See wiring diagram The drain pump is combined with an integrated fine filter trap. 88 012 63. Drain pump 60 Hz See wiring diagram 80 782 21 Level switch Electro mechanical level switch with two levels.900 ohms 3.3 Thermistor measurement values 70 F 3. resets and a fault code is indicated in the display. WM70. WM70. which can be cleaned by the user.WM70 component values 80 886 44 CIM-motor See wiring diagram 80 886 42 UM-Motor 50 Hz See wiring diagram 80 886 43 UM-Motor 60 Hz 80 617 06 Värmeelement 2000 W See wiring diagrama 80 761 02 Thermistor See wiring diagram The thermistor for temperature reading is located between the motor cradle and the container. heat and overfilling 80 897 65 Level switch.

8065573 USA and 8065574 EU/AU. 2002. 2002. 2002. grey. Washing machines. improved fuse holder. The new fuse holders are ordered complete under article no. 6. week 34.3A (EU/AU) . week 37. 15 A (USA) 8058140 Fuse. 15 A (USA) 8055421 Fuse. 0235-10337058. article no. Tumble dryers.6000 WASHERS SERVICE INFORMATION Product: Washer/Dryer Date: 25. 2002. introduced on machines for the EU and AU. has been introduced in all washing machines and tumble dryers. New fuse holder. 0234-20132934. article no. serial no. new make with snap-in mounting. 0237-20134586 Washing machines. 8065573 Fuse holder complete.2002 New fuse holder for Washers and Dryers Group: 21/22 Number: ÄO: 9801 Reference: N-Å Carlsson 60 Page: 1(1) New. NB! The new fuse holder only fits machines manufactured as from the above date. 8065573 USA and 8065574 EU/AU Installed with nut in round hole. Cause The replacement is the result of number of cases of contact problems. grey. 8054613 2109876543210987654321 2109876543210987654321 210987654321098765432 2109876543210987654321 2109876543210987654321 2109876543210987654321 2109876543210987654321 2109876543210987654321 2109876543210987654321 2109876543210987654321 1 2109876543210987654321 2109876543210987654321 New fuse holder complete. article no. 0235-10337058. black (EU/AU) 8058140 Fuse. 8065573.3 A (EU/AU) 8055421 Fuse. 8065574. week 37. serial no. New fuse holder.TB 21/60 . serial no.09. article no. 15 A (USA) 8065574 Fuse holder complete. grey (USA) 8054613 Fuse holder base 8054614 Fuse holder insert. article no. 3210987654321098765432 32109876543210987654321 32109832543210987654321 76 32109832143210987654321 765 32109832143210987654321 765 32109832143210987654321 765 32109832143210987654321 765 32109832143210987654321 765 32109832143210987654321 765 32109832143210987654321 761 5 1 32109876543210987654321 32109876543210987654321 Installed with snap-in mounting in hole with one straight side Old fuse holder. week 37.3A (EU/AU) Machines manufactured before the modification should have fuse holders in accordance with: 8055725 Fuse holder insert. serial no. Tumble dryer with electricity box. introduced on machines for the USA. 6. 6.

• New cylinder item no.TB 21/199 . 8801277 Incorporated items: Cylinder item no. use the numbers for complete items when ordering. New sealing cartridge and new cylinder to go into production week 520. 8078524 Installation instructions 8078528 Order numbers for new cylinder (as a spare part) Complete cylinder item no.6000 WASHERS Service Information Product: Washing Machine Date: 2005-04-12 New improved sealing cartridge and new cylinder Reference: Service Support Group: 21 Number: 199 ÄO/ Info: 11383 Asko Cylinda has developed a new sealing cartridge with an increased service life primarily for machines with a high spin speed. . 8077388 Sealing cartridge item no. which means that o-ring item no. 8077388 with extended shaft housing. 8077112 Packing/spacer item no. 8801276 Incorporated items: Sealing cartridge item no. Changes • The grommet now rotates instead of the v-rings (incl. Order numbers for new sealing cartridge (as a spare part) Complete sealing cartridge item no. • The grease is not squeezed out of the cartridge at high speeds as it was previously. grease). 8058497 is no longer required. 8077112 Installation instructions 8078532 Extended shaft housing For full backwards compatibility as a spare part for WM20/21.

TB 21/199 . see Figure 1. . 2. 3. NOTE: Do not install the enclosed spacer/washer on these machines. For best results. 2. Install the enclosed spacer/washer. Installing/replacing a sealing cartridge in machines with a new sealing cartridge and new cylinder with longer shaft housing. use bearing tool 8801153.6000 WASHERS Mounting instructions for sealing cartridge item no. Remove o-ring from the cylinder shaft. Fit the sealing cartridge at the back end. To simplify the mounting of the cylinder: Lubricate the cylinder shaft with silicone fat or soap-solution. Figure 1 Installing/replacing a new sealing cartridge in machines with an earlier version of the v-ring cartridge and a cylinder with a short shaft housing 1. 4. 1. use bearing tool 8801153. For best results. Fit the sealing cartridge at the back end. Lubricate the cylinder shaft with soap-solution. 8801276.

2005 onwards.TB 21/203 . The container with the cast iron rear end-plate is included as standard in machines with speeds over 1600 rpm. the new parts will be delivered.5 8078359 Installation instructions for container 8078528 Installation instructions for sealing cartridge Cylinder Aluminium Article no. 17 mm 8063607 Hose clamp 57. Supplied with aluminium carrier from week 05. The cylinder with aluminium carrier is included in all machines from week 52. Complete container WM20 cast iron Article no. and in certain property machines from week 32. 8801259 Parts included: Container cast iron 8077112 Sealing cartridge 8064692 Bellow hose inlet long 8052909 Hose clamp 22.6000 WASHERS Service Information Product: Washing Machine Container cylinder Group: 21 Date: 2006-01-13 Number: 203 Reference: Technical Support Info: New container with cast iron end-plate New cylinder with aluminium carrier In order to ensure durability at high speeds. 8801277 Article no. 8801277 Parts included: Cylinder aluminium 8077112 Sealing cartridge 8078528 Installation instructions for sealing cartridge NB! Complete cylinder 8801277 retains the previous order number. 2006 onwards. a new container with an cast iron rear end-plate and a new cylinder with a cast aluminium carrier have been produced. . Spare parts When you order spare parts.6 8078524 Packing D35/28x3 8062815 Rubber hood Recirculation diam. 2005 onwards.

8081808 Detergent compartment compl. 8081670 Bellow hose inlet WM60 8063607 Hose clip 57. 8801379 Detergent compartment WM60 kit • Machines manufactured after week 09. 8081670 Bellow hose inlet WM60 X = Previous placement Introduction The modification of the detergent compartment and bellow hose inlet has been introduced on machines manufactured after week 09.Service Information Product: Washing Machines Date: 2009-02-23 Reference: Technical Support New detergent compartment / bellow hose WM60 Group: 21 Number: 215 Info: ÄO13742 General The connector for the bellow hose has been moved 6 cm closer to the front to improve rinsing of the detergent compartment.5 mm 8052730 Hose clip 21. 2009 use the spare parts kit listed below. 8081699 Spacer detergent compartment 8 mm . 2009: Article no. 8801379 DETERGENT COMPARTMENT WM60 KIT 8081808 Detergent compartment compl. 2009: Article no. Spare part ordering • Machines manufactured before week 09.0 mm 8056656 Cable strip x2. Action If customers experience problems with poor rinsing of the detergent compartment on machines manufactured before week 09. (moved connector). 8080636 Spacer detergent The spacers are only used on earlier machines manufaccompartment 33 mm tured before week 34. This modification also results in the extension of the bellow hose. 2009. X New items 8081808 Detergent compartment compl. 2008 (different front bar design).

Service Information Product: Washing machines Date: 2010-03-08 Reference: Technical Support Prevention of thermistor. A drip strip. a minor leakage can appear from the attachment of the inlet bellow hose to the wash container. if there is not any on the container. This leakage might follow the container downwards and reach the thermistor then causing a flash-over from thermistor to the container. Drip strip: 80 883 74 . part no 80 883 74. it is suitable at the same time to fit the drip strip as a preventive action. if appeared. By service of any other reason. with object to divert any leakage. WM25 and WM60 Group: 21 Number: 216 Info: Occasionally. was introduced consecutively in production from week 49 2009. Both thermistor and control unit can be damaged by such an event.

TB 21/222 . The correct new seal is manufactured. Year 11 Month 2 or later. Are there any changes in the artwork/ documentation? YES NO 1/1 . It has been found that there caused by an incorrect cover seal. Are there any changes during assembly or service intervention? YES NO 2. It is important to check the manufacture date on the seal. Are there any other components affected by this operation? YES NO 3.6000 WASHERS Service Information Date: may 27 2011 Product: WM Item No. see mark on the seal Year Mounth Iteam no NOTICE! Seals with the earlier date should be disposed 1.: 80 811 28 In Production from: 2011 vecka 8 Leakage from the cover New seal Group: 21 Number: 222 Reference: N-Å Carlsson Issued by: Technical Support Pages: 1 Purpose: Faulty seal Leaks from the cover has occurred in some washing machines. Tools have been adjusted and the problem with the cover seals are now corrected When leakage from the cover occurs the cover seal has to be replaced.

The Drum paddle does not change article number. Are there any changes in the artwork / documentation? Yes No X NOTE! See also service message No. 223 ” New drum paddle and new drum WM70” 1/1 . The marked surfaces is raised and the radius removed so that the marked surfaces is closer to mantle surface of the cylinder. Adjustments has been introduced on the Drum paddle to ensure that nothing gets stuck under the Drum paddle.Service Information Datum: 2011-10-10 Product: Washing machine Item No.: 80 903 48 In Production from: 2011 Vecka 45 Improved Drum paddle Group: 21 Number: 230 Issued by: Technical Support Pages: 1 It has happen that buttons or similar items may stick in the edges on the drum paddle. New improved Drum paddle Ribs has been introdcued on the Drum paddle to prevent that buttons or similar items sticks and turns. Are there any changes during assembly or service intervention? Yes No X 2. Earlier Drum paddle 1. Are there any other components affected by this operation? Yes No X 3. The above mentioned changes on the Drum paddle (80 903 48) is introduced in the production from week 45 year 2011.

5 (max) Outside surface must be free from burrs R 240 ±1 B A D 32.8 Discontinued component (OLD) 4 12 11 E COPY 2011-05-26 b S:\U\WM70\8081678 Tvättvalk\8081678 Tvättvalk-00.2 was 190. DRAFT ANGLE 0. Burrs not allowed added.4 A C e 6.2 New drum paddle.4 32.2.5° UNLESS OTHER SPECIFIED.3 Dim 178.Angle ISO 27 Iss by Dept UT ASKO APPLIANCES 5 13 1:1 MP 10 45 Appd Year Week Rev ind Revision BURRS NOT ALLOWED IN HOLES 10 Name PLASTIC PP-T20 f A e 15 Old drum paddle.tol. Are there any changes in the artwork/ documentation? New art.2mm RECESS BEAD R=0.5 M 10 11 9 L New drum paddle and new drum WM70 e 6 5 4 213. Qty Part No. TEXTHEIGHT 3mm AND RELIEFHEIGH 0. on drum and drum paddle.2 ±0.: 8081678.6 was 51. 45. POROSITIES AND OTHER SURFACE BLEMISHES. no.2 16 M 15 B B B SECTION B-B 2:1 A new drum paddle is introduced week 23 2011.MARKING .Angle ISO 2768-c Iss by Dept Year UT 09 ASKO APPLIANCES AB 4 Material Name of item NO PLASTIC PP-T20 MP 10 45 Scale 10 3 Description(SE) Week 41 TVÄTTVALK Rev Ind 80 903 48 f 1/1 9 2 Replace Project 8 8090348-e WM70 1 FORMAT A .2 [2] -0.5 was 17.2 213.2 ±0. mape .6 +0. Material Changed tolerances MP 11 21 e Dim 51.dft . Added classification of special characteristics.84 was 46.2 15 Item no.2 34. Material f Changed tolerances MP 11 21 e Dim 51.5mm. no. 40 was 41. PARTING LIN SURFACE AFTER MUTUAL AG ART. and the contents thereof must not be imparted to a third party nor be used for any unauthorized purpose.1 95.76. 8081676-P.04 Hostacom M2 U01 Description(ENG) DIN 16901-130 DRUM PADDLE Gen.9 ±0. FUNCTION DESCRIPTION: TO CHARACTERDEMANDS ACC COLOUR: GREY ACC.7 248. 85.96.7 e 50. 8090348. DRAFT ANGLE 0.Kg/dm3 Dimensions. Asko Appliances AB A 16 Sparged surface AGIE 7 Ra 4. 8092250-P In Production from: week 23 2011 L 29.2.2 -1 e 40 +0.8 B e 34. 29.2 was 85.1 14 e 13 12 11 CASTING GATE. PARTING LINE MISSMATCH NOT TO EXCEED 0.5 AND RELIEFHEIGH 0.3 UNLESS OTHER SPECIFIED. P SURFACES UNLESS OTHER S PARTING LINE MISSMATCH N RECESS BEAD R=0.1 249.3 e This document must not be copied without our written permission.5 e e 13 Group: 21 Number: 223 Reference: Change order 15416 K Issued by: Technical Support Pages: 1 B 51. Are there any changes during assembly or service intervention? YES YES e This document must not be copied without our written permission. Gen.tolerance DIN 16 Gen. 85.2 A -0.6 +0.dft . 2010-05-12 14:03:36 b D CASTING GATE. 2011-05-02 10:43:10 6.2 ±0. Are there any other components affected by this operation? 15 NO Dim 178. Qty Part No. 8090348 S:\U\WM70\8081678 Tvättvalk\8081678 Tvättvalk-00. Asko Appliances AB S:\U\WM70\8090348 Tvättvalk\8090348 Tvättvalk -f. mape . ART.NR.7 K 12 Information 14 50.7 ±0. 8081678 e H 10 H Replacement component (NEW) A 0. Added classification of special characteristics.5 and 59.6 e 51. 29.2 ±1 7. PARTING LINE.84 +0.5° UNL .2 ±0.tolerance 1.2 34.2 [2] 7 11 56.NR. MAX.2 46. 8081678 This document must not be copied without our written permission.5 56.84 was 46.4 was 59.6 6.2 ±1 [2] e 8 2 e R 240 ±1 L F 9 3 e G G 10 4 (6x) [2] Description Item no 8090348 Drum paddle Remains as a spare part Drum compl.5 [2] 46.3mm SINK MARKS SCRATCHES.8 76.2 14 59. TO NCS 2502-B 1.28. and the contents thereof must not be imparted to a third party nor be used for any unauthorized purpose.2 was 97.2 was 190. SURFACES UNLESS OTHER SPECIFIED. 29.6000 WASHERS Service 16 15 14 13 Date: 2011-05-30 Product: WM Item No. 2010-05-12 14:03:36 51.8 CLASSIFICATION OF SPECIA RoHS COMPLIANT ACCORDIN VOLUME : 95cm³ FOR DIMENSIONS NOT GIVEN 8081678-rev index f e +0.2 [2] -0.dft . even as a spare part 16 13 A 0 -0. Type.2 -1 e 40 +0.5 ( Outside surface must be free from 12 11 M 15 10 14 9 8 Desription Drum paddle 13 12 7 6 11 5 8081676-P 95.2 ±1 [2] c 8 12 107.2mm MP 10 46 Released by b A 13 CLASSIFICATION OF SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS SEE DRAWING 8090311 RoHS COMPLIANT ACCORDING TO VALID DIRECTIVE VOLUME : 95cm³ FOR DIMENSIONS NOT GIVEN IN DRAWING SEE 3D MODEL: 8081678-rev index 3.2 [2] b D d 7. and the contents thereof must not be imparted to a third party nor be used for any unauthorized purpose. CA AND RELIEFHEIGH 0.2 +0. 14 NO C 2.2.5 and 59. 2 holes removed 9 8 16 6 7 15 14 Scale mape Gen.9 ±0. art.3mm. Burrs not allowed added. MP 11 17 d Thickness decreased 1mm (6x) MP 10 51 Designed by c Dim 95. . SPARGED AGIE 7 OR SIMILAR. J J Sparged surface AGIE 7 Ra 4.2 -1 e 45. Asko Appliances AB B 12 11 YES Pos.76.5 E 107.8 Drum complete (including 3 drum paddles) A 178. Contravention will be prosecuted. R240±1 added.2mm MP 10 46 Released by b 248. “Old” drum paddles can only be used as a spare part for units manufactured before week 23 and where change of drum not is at hand or has been done. etc.3mm.MARKING . MTRL.2 34.5 [2] BURRS NOT ALLOWED IN HOLES K b E B SECTION B-B 2:1 B J H A C e G F 249.4 was 59.6 6.tol.7 Pos. art no. MP 11 17 d Thickness decreased 1mm (6x) MP 10 51 Designed by c Dim 95.23 was 35.2 ±1 e c e 34.5 was 17. 8092250-P Omitted.2 [2] -0. MTRL.1 B B A f Described above means that when exchanging drum.6 was 51. 2 holes removed Appd Year Week Rev ind Revision 10 16 9 15 8 14 7 13 6 12 5 11 1:1 mape Dens.2 was 97.3 UNLESS MAX.2 was 85. FUNCTION DESCRIPTION: TO WORK IN HIGH TEMP. new drum paddles is incorporated which has to be considered by any future change of paddles on units manufactured before week 23 2011. 45. Contravention will be prosecuted. DATE MARKING TEXTHEIGHT 2.28.6 [2] e 51.23 was 35. TO NCS 59.TB 21/223 . Contravention will be prosecuted.7 ±0.2 -1 f SECTION A-A 76. R240±1 added.2.5mm. EJECTOR PINS TO BE PLACED ON AGREED SURFACE AFTER MUTUAL AGREEMENT.2 178.2 F 1 +0. DETERGENT SOLUTION CHARACTERDEMANDS ACC TO SS 2222 COLOUR: GREY ACC. 40 was 41.96. DATE MARKING TEXTHEIGHT SINK MARKS SCRATCHES. which also means introduction of a new drum. mape . CAVITY NR.

To avoid this problem.1 & WM70. Are there any changes during assembly or service intervention? YES NO 2. the detergent dispenser 8081664 has been modified. Australia have the modified detergernt compartment in machines manufatcured after 2011 week 23. it may happen that water flows in to the deteregent compartment.: 80 816 64 In Production from: 2011 week 25 AU: 2011 week 23 WM60. Are there any changes in the artwork/ documentation? YES NO 1/1 .1 machines with pullout detergent compartment Group: 21 Number: 224 Reference: Change order 15454 Issued by: Technical Support Pages: 1 If the machine is installed in a area with a high water pressure. Modified area 1.Service Information Date: June 7 2011 Product: WM Item No. The modified detergent compartment is backward compatible and article number: 80 816 64 is unchanged. Are there any other components affected by this operation? YES NO 3. Machines manufactured after 2011 week 25 have the modified detergent compartment.

The first update will take place after about 15 minutes. New software (Remaining time display. the previous time for the last load will be displayed as time for this particular program. The new software changes as below. the time view could be missleading in the load-driven programs when you switched between small and large loads. Valid article no. the software in the control units for WM70. 8088613 cim. and 8088614 for machines with a display. During the program there are three updates of the remaning time based on the current size of the load and incoming water temperature.) When a program starts the display show a default time that is calculated for half load. Previously.1 have been updated. etc.1 Changed time view Group: 21 Number: 219 Info: ÄO15292 In order to achieve a more equitable view of the remaining time.Service Information Product: Washing machine Date: 2011-02-17 Reference: Technical Support New Software WM70. . At program start. year 2011. New control units with the new software is introduced on machines manufactured week 05. Second update occurs at the first rinse Third update is done at the last rinse. The remaining time could show 0:01 in the middle of the program.

.Service Pre-Advice Product: WM Time view WM70 Group: 21 Date: 2010-12-29 Number: 14 Reference: Technical support Pages: 1 We will introduce changes to the software on the control units.2 and WM70. This indication of time is consistent with the time of the programs shown in the user manual ( for the European assortment. The introduction date for these models will be planned later and will be issued on separate information. Program changes will also be introduced in the control units for WM70. Before it showed the previous program time. When the new software is introduced. the machine is going to show the wash time for half-load for each program (default).1 is planned week 5. The introduction of the new software for WM70. The amendment will ensure that the 0:01 minute view do not occur and provide a more correct time view earlier in the load-driven programs.3. see the extended user manual). 2011.

In the later case. This program is good enough and the motor will not get to hot. Control unit WM70. Service Action: Change the control unit. It has happened that the motor gets to hot and then the internal motor protection disengages the motor.) Action: A new software has been developed to the control unit and it imply that the motor don’t get as hot.1 Reference: Technical support Group: 21 Number: 13 Pages: 1 The WM70 motor gets hot and stops to work. Article no: 80 886 14 Motor. Article no: 80 886 42 . This error mostly occurs in the program Normal/White/Colour. You notice this when the program takes a very long time or gets interrupted.Service Pre-Advice Product: WM Date: 2010-11-03 Overheat protection WM70. the consumer can not change or interrupt a program in any other way than to turn off the machine via the main power switch. the program that got interrupted starts directly where it left off. you can recommend the consumers to run the program: Quick/White/Colour. When the main power switch activates again. (Until the fault is fixed. The new software is introduced on machines made from week 44.1 B. year 2010.

The machines often stops when the drain pump is activated. year 2011. The machine will start again and will continue in the program where it stopped if you turn the machine off via the main power switch and then turn the main power switch on again. The change is introduced on machines manufactured after week 21. type WM70.3 Pages: 1 If a machine.: 88 014 40 In Production from: 2011 week 21 Group: 21 Number: 226 Stops in the middle of the Issued by: Technical Support program WM70. Are there any changes in the artwork/ documentation? YES NO 1/1 . Action: The cause is analyzed to the control unit and rectified by increasing the interference supression to the drain pump.3.Service Information Date: August 16 2011 Product: Washing machine Item No. Are there any other components affected by this operation? YES NO 3. Ordering number for spare part = 88 014 40 is corrected as above from the delivary date 110815. 1. stops in the middle of the program it may be beacuse of a disturbance. Are there any changes during assembly or service intervention? YES NO 2.

Before a change of the motor control unit the fuse must be controlled. The function of the fuse is to protect the motor control unit against high voltage. Old = Fuse New 1. week 36. Are there any changes during assembly or service intervention? YES x NO 2. Order the fuse on the article number: 80 928 56. Are there any changes in the artwork/ documentation? YES NO x 1/1 .Service Information Date: August 31 2011 Product: WM Item No.: 80 896 73 In Production from: 2011 week 36 New fuse MCU motor cim Group: 21 Number: 227 Issued by: Technical Support Pages: 1 A fuse have been integrated on the motor control unit from year 2011. Are there any other components affected by this operation? YES NO x 3.

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Press the Signal button to cycle through the following tests. Press the Spin button 3 times. Press and hold the “Wash” button.The PCB and other electronic parts can be tested without water supply to diagnose their operation. The display will show control version information.With this test. the door lock. and the number of E5-E8 errors. The motor is not activated through this test. Step Display Details 1 L_C Door Lock Close 2 run 001 Running times count 3 E5 0 E5 Error count 4 E6 0 E6 Error count 5 E7 0 E7 Error count 6 E8 0 E8 Error count 7 F Do not use 8 H Hot Valve on 9 C Cold Valve on 10 P Pre Wash Valve on 11 d Do not use 12 b Bleach Valve 13 dr Drainage pump on 14 L_O Door Lock Open 2) More details . as well as the drain pump. PCB Manual Test Mode . To test the motor. you can see how many cycles the machine has run. 38 . run a spin cycle or a Rinse + Spin.WL6511XXL rum Wa 5. 1) Process : Press the power button to turn the machine on. You can also activate all water valves.

1 ABC. PCB Manual Test Mode . (/0 11" 7 8" 1 9:##. below process will be occurred.- . .D:E#F!=22?2!)'/05 G 87 1 ?H-(.When turn on 'LOCK' signal.+'IJ!=22?2!)'/05 K 8@ 1 C'5'(!I+340!=22?2!)'/05 L 8G 1 2M6!)N-)*304!=22?2!)'/05 O 8K 1 ?H-(H'+5I4-!=22?2!)'/05 P 8L 1 #'Q!H'+5I4-!=22?2!)'/05 "1 D D:>!RDR "" 9 9'5!SI+H- ".!)'/05 2) More details .<=><?2!=22?2!)'/05 @ 8. BLDC Motor is not tested. .PCB and other electronic parts will be tested without water supply whether they are normal or not. select spin or rinse.N!SI+H- "@ J >'!/."X X X' : Program version display Step Display Details " #$% &''(!#')*!%+'. 38 .In this case.WL6532XXL rum Wa 5. 1) Process : Press power button -> Press "SPIN" button 3 times with pressing "WASH" button -> "X X X" will be shown on LED display-> Whenever pressing "Signal" button 1 time.- "G 88 U+-I)N!SI+H- "K J( &(I30!B/6M "L #$? #')*!?M-0 2/00304!536-. all process is conducting normaly. In order to test it. % %'+J!SI+H- "7 B B(-!TI.

WL6511XXL & WL6532XXL 6-1. . 4) Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.Error in water supply 6-1.Error in water supply 1) Conditions of Occurrence $ In case the designated water level is not reached in 5 minutes during water supply or re-supply 2) All LEDs are turned off and 'IE' blinks in18:88 display. 3) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes. OE (Output Error) . closing door and pressing start/ temporary stop button. Then. spin-drying begins again. IE (Input Error) . 6-3. 3) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes. 2) All LEDs are turned off and 'UE' blinks in 18:88 display. 3) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes. UE (Unbalance Error) 1) Conditions of Occurrence $ In case main spin-drying is not reached within 20 cycles of balance spin-drying % In case balance spin-drying fails during interim spin-drying. 4) Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power. 6-2. UE occurs as the cycle moves to the next process.Error in drainage 1) Conditions of Occurrence $ In case water level does not reach reset point in 10 minutes after drainage starts 2) All LEDs are turned off and 'OE' blinks in 18:88 display. IE (Input Error) . 4) Error mode is cleared by opening door and organizing the laundry in spin-dry chamber.

3) All LEDs are turned off and 'E1' blinks in 18:88 display.Overflow error 1) Conditions of Occurrence $ In case water level in water tank is above overflow level due to continuous operation of water supply valve 2) Water supply motor is kept on until water level falls below reset. E2 . 6-5. LE (Lock Error) . 6-6. 3) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes. .Door opening error 1) Conditions of Occurrence $ When intending to begin cycle by pressing start/ temporary stop button while door is opened 2) All LEDs are turned off and 'LE' blinks in 18:88 display. 4) Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power. 4) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes. 5) Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power. E1 .rum Wa WL6511XXL & WL6532XXL 6-4.Water level detection error 1) Conditions of Occurrence $ In case water level is below reset or overflow is detected in line test mode 2) Water supply motor is kept on until water level falls below reset. 3) All LEDs are turned off and 'E2' blinks in 18:88 display. 5) Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power. 4) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.

E4 . etc. E9 . 3) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.Water leakage during washing 1) Conditions of Occurrence $ In case water level falls below re-supply even after 15 times of re-supply prior to finishing of water heating 2) All LEDs are turned off and 'E4' blinks in 18:88 display. . 2) All LEDs are turned off and 'E9' blinks in 18:88 display. 3) Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes. 6-8. 4) Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.WL6511XXL & WL6532XXL 6-7.Abnormalities in water level sensor 1) Conditions of Occurrence $ In case water level frequency is of 15KHz or lower and 30KHz or higher during cycle due to abnormalities in water level sensor. 4) Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.

& Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes. .rum Wa WL6511XXL & WL6532XXL 6-9. & Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power. etc. ' Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power. Motor-related Error 1) E5 (DC-Link High Voltage) Error $ In case DC-link voltage to IPM increases to 450V or higher % Motor operation is stopped and 'E5' is shown in display window.Washing temperature sensor open/ short $ In case washing temperature sensor is defective or not connected % Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes. 3) E7 (Direction) Error $ In case signal of Hall IC is different from the predicted signal according to direction of rotation % Motor operation is stopped and 'E7' is shown in display window. 6-10. Error in Temperature Sensor 1) H2 Error . & Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power. & Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes. ' Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power. 2) H4 Error . 2) E6 (EMG) Error $ In case current detected with EMG port is of 20A or higher % Motor operation is stopped and 'E6' is shown in display window. ' Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power. & Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes. % Motor operation is stopped and 'E8' is shown in display window.Washing temperature sensor overheating $ In case temperature detected by washing temperature sensor is 95) or higher % Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes. ' Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power. 4) E8 (Initial Operation Fail) Error $ In case input signal of Hall IC is abnormal due to problems in motor connection. & Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes.

p. 4) H6 Error . In case standard temperature is of 42) or lower: If temperature does not increase by 2) or more In case standard temperature is higher than 42): If temperature does not increase by1) or more % If temperature falls below standard temperature by 2) or more due to re-supply of water. 6-11. & Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power. etc. standard temperature is reset as the current temperature and error check time of15 minutes is reset.Abnormality in washing heater $ Within 15 minutes after heater operation begins.m. % Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes. % Cycle is skilled to balance spin-drying when the current r.Washing heater overheating $ In case washing heater temperature increases by 5) or more within 30 seconds when there is no water in tank.m by 70 during interim spin-drying. & Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes..p. etc.p. & 'PFE' error is caused if main spin-drying skip of % above occurs 10 times.m is different from the target r. ' Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power. . ' Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power.p. 5) H8 Error . & Error display is cleared when turning off/ on power. PFE (Pump Filter Error) $ Cycle is skipped to the next when the current r.Water temperature error in wool/ delicate course $ In case water temperature in wool/ delicate course is 45) or higher % Error buzzer alarm is sounded for 10 seconds per every 10 minutes. is different from the target r.m by 70 during main spin-drying.WL6511XXL & WL6532XXL 3) H5 Error .

▣ Wiring Diagram WL6511XXL 61 .

WL6532XXL " Wiring Diagram 62 .

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A 01-07-2004 .E.Keep the PREWASH Button pressed and at the same time switch the machine on by pressing the On/Off button.Set the Programmer Knob at 6-o-clock position. THE TEST CHECKS . .P. each time they are pressed.The Temperature Probe (THERMISTOR) . START PRE WASH EXTRA RINSE NO SPIN 1200 STOP 550 PREWASH QUICK WASH REGULAR 700 RINSE COLOR FAST HAND WASH SPIN 800 1000 900 STOP SPIN 550 1200 PREWASH STOP REGULAR HEAVY STAIN RINSE WHITES WASH WASH 1100 DELICATES NO SPIN START WHITES COLOR WOOL DELICATES PERMA PRESS PRE WASH 1100 700 RINSE COLOR FAST QUICK WASH SPIN EXTRA RINSE STOP 1000 800 COLOR WOOL / HAND WASH COLOR 900 SYNTHETICS COLOR FAST ON OFF HEAVY STAIN SYNTHETICS The luminous buttons change their status from On to Off or vice versa. .Set the Spin Speed Knob at 9-o-clock position.The OFF position of the Pressure Switch (no water in tub) . the top LED will switch off. ON START PRE WASH EXTRA RINSE NO SPIN 1200 STOP 550 PREWASH QUICK WASH REGULAR 700 RINSE STOP 800 COLOR FAST HAND WASH COLOR WOOL DELICATES 900 STOP SPIN 550 1200 PREWASH REGULAR HEAVY STAIN RINSE WHITES WASH SPIN 1000 DELICATES NO SPIN START WHITES WASH 1100 ON PERMA PRESS PRE WASH 1100 700 COLOR FAST QUICK WASH RINSE SPIN EXTRA RINSE 800 COLOR 900 SYNTHETICS Cycle Spin Speed Programmer Potentiometer at Indicator Potentiometer Lights 9-o-clock at 6-o-clock COLOR WOOL / HAND WASH STOP 1000 COLOR FAST ON OFF HEAVY STAIN SYNTHETICS Cycle Indicator Lights Spin Speed Potentiometer at 9-o-clock Programmer Potentiometer at 6-o-clock The five LEDS indicating the "Cycle Indicator Lights" will LIGHT UP. The only exception is the “START” button which only lights up while it is being pressed.17.WCAM1812 / EWC177 466000001-1-UK 07/03/2003 MANUAL SELF-TEST OF CIRCUIT BOARDS ON MODEL MINI-SEL with 2 knob control panels START PRE WASH EXTRA RINSE NO SPIN 1200 STOP 550 PREWASH QUICK WASH REGULAR 700 RINSE COLOR FAST HAND WASH SPIN 800 1000 STOP COLOR WOOL DELICATES 900 STOP SPIN 550 1200 PREWASH REGULAR HEAVY STAIN RINSE WHITES WASH WASH 1100 DELICATES NO SPIN START WHITES PERMA PRESS PRE WASH 1100 700 COLOR FAST QUICK WASH RINSE SPIN EXTRA RINSE COLOR WOOL / HAND WASH STOP 1000 800 COLOR 900 SYNTHETICS COLOR FAST ON OFF HEAVY STAIN SYNTHETICS START CONDITIONS FOR MANUAL SELF-TEST .The door catch interlock If the results of these checks are positive. At this point. the test can be continued using the programmer knob as explained in chapter “MANUAL TEST SELECTION” S.M.

Actuator A and actuator B are ON (water enters the softener dispenser) This procedure tests the operation of the hot water solenoid valve (where fitted and only with pressure switch OFF) and the wash motor. The control unit takes a few seconds to pass from one test to the next. This procedure tests the operation of the following components: . . pause.10” fill with hot water solenoid valve where fitted (with level pressure switch off) wash motor rotation with different rpm and direction according to the circuit board model. all the functions are deactivated. Each position of the knob corresponds to a component test.E. Starting from the start position (6-o-clock) and rotating the knob anticlockwise one position at a time there are six tests that can be carried out. in order to verify the result of the test. Once the autotest function has been started.drying heater element S. SPIN DRY STOP Test 2 1 .DIAGNOSTICS TABLE WCAM1812 / EWC177 The electronic control unit also allows individual components to be tested by varying the knob setting and maintaining the other conditions unchanged. Position Led of knob on SUMMARY TABLE index mark light Test 1 PREWASH/WASH .Thermo-actuator A only is activated (water enters the wash compartment).Thermo-actuator B only is activated (water enters the softener compartment) 4 This procedure tests the operation of the following components: . From this point on.A 01-07-2004 . wash motor and thermo-actuator A.Actuator A and actuator B are OFF (water enters the prewash detergent dispenser) 2 This procedure tests the operation of the cold water solenoid valve and the pressure switch. Test 5 . 5 Test 6 6 This procedure tests the operation of the following components: . .P. Test 3 Test 4 .M.18. 6-o-clock position RINSE The control unit automatically tests the operation of the thermistor. the program selector and the door catch closed condition.Start position.. 45 revolutions anticlockwise).B.drying solenoid valve. . spin motor and thermo-actuator B. the “No Spin” function is disabled. .The motor rotates alternately in both directions (45 revolutions clockwise. The correspondence between the reference position of the knob and a wash program is purely indicative. all the suspect components can be tested. . 3 N.heater element.drain pump. which is carried out by the control unit itself.drying fan motor . .: In Autotest.The drain pump is activated and the spin runs at the preset speed.The heater element is activated (only with water) . in that this is linked to the appliance model in question. The acceptance of the test is signalled by the leds or by a display code indicating the program corresponding to the position of the knob in autotest. the required test can be selected by placing the knob in the appropriate position. the pressure switch OFF condition (no water in tub).Fills with water through the cold solenoid valve until the pressure switch trips in. the behaviour of each tested component must be monitored. Except for the first test.

the thermistor. If there is no voltage. if the control unit does not enter autotest mode. The tests starts when the leds switch off: 6-o-clock position minus one .If all the above tests result positive. if the circuit is open replace the component. Try to start the manual autotest.Use a Tester to check the continuity between the two contacts of the solenoid valve. check the connections on the control unit itself.If there is power between contact BP3 and contact BP1. replace the control unit. Wait until the leds switch on (the washing machine is in Autotest mode) to test the heater element: 6-o-clock position minus two . . Disconnect the pressure switch from the wiring and retest. find out why. .Check that the pressure switch pipe and the compression chamber are not blocked. In the case where the autotest is effected. Check the condition of the wiring harness (for wear. . Always start by checking the other components involved. replace the control unit. . If the connections are good.Use a Tester to check the continuity at the ends of the wires connecting the heater element to the control unit. knob index the wash phase mark The door catch does not close the contact. replace the control unit.If there is power arriving at the control unit but there is no current at the door catch.Check that power is arriving at the control unit.P. If the thermistor is working. if the circuit is open replace the component. Put the control unit in Autotest mode as described previously.Use a Tester to check the continuity between the two contacts of the T90° safety thermostat. . The program will not start. and then check the electronic control unit last. If the door catch closes properly.Check that the connections have been properly made. Carry out Test 2 of the manual autotest procedure (testing the solenoid valve). Put the control unit in Autotest mode and carry out Test 2 to allow water to enter the tub (this is required for the heater element to function).DIAGNOSTICS TABLE WCAM1812 / EWC177 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE Before carrying out any operations on a component check the quality of the electrical connections to the electronic control unit.Use a Tester to check the voltage between contact BP3 and BP1.the pressure switch Status of Position of . breakages) and the connections. replace the control unit. If there is no voltage: . replace the control unit.If all the above tests result positive. use a Tester to check whether there is voltage at the outputs of the control unit to the door catch. .E. twists.A 1 2 3 01-07-2004 . S.Disconnect the wiring from the thermistor. 1 2 The washing machine does not heat the water in the tub.19. . If this does not happen. With water in the tub. if the circuit is open replace the component. fit a new thermistor that is known to be working. replace the component.Use a Tester to check the continuity between the two contacts of the heater element. wait until the top “wash program” led switches off. If there is no power. otherwise if the problem persists: . leds .Check that the connections have been properly made. then the control unit has discovered a fault in one of the three components under test: -the door catch . If the test is ok. . replace the component. Always check that the contacts of the connections on the electronic control unit are tight. check the pressure switch. Retest and if ok replace the component (the test is only valid if the washing machine is cold). 6-o-clock position .Use a Tester to check the voltage at the ends of the wires connecting the solenoid valve to the control unit.M. . carry out Test 3 of the manual Autotest. 1 Water does not enter the tub Check that the water feed valve to the washing machine is open.

.remove the wires from the pump and check the continuity between the two terminals of the drain pump itself. If the control unit does not detect the pressure switch empty condition after twenty minutes of pump running time.Remove the pressure switch pipe from the drain coupling and check that there are no holes in the pipe.Disconnect the motor from the wiring terminal board.M. If the tests prove negative replace the control unit. Check that the solenoid valve is working by carrying out the appropriate autotest for that particular component.DIAGNOSTICS TABLE WCAM1812 / EWC177 The motor does not turn properly during a wash and/or spin Put the control unit in Autotest mode and move the programmer knob to the Test 4 position. otherwise replace the motor.Use a Tester to check the continuity at the ends of the wires connecting the wiring terminal board to the control unit and check that the connectors are not damaged or dirty. . . S. .if the circuit is closed.Check that the pressure switch is working by carrying out the appropriate autotest for that particular component. remove the pump from the washing machine and use a screwdriver to check for any foreign bodies in the scroll. (Pump blocked).A 01-07-2004 . it passes to the next step.use a tester the check the continuity in the pump power supply wires.Replace the control unit with one known to be in working order and check that the motor runs. If the motor does not run properly: 6-o-clock position minus three . the control unit advances and continues the cycle as normal. replace the pump. after fifty minutes of heater element operation the set temperature has not been reached.P. Wait for the leds to light up (the washing machine is in Autotest mode) and then test the motor. If the motor runs replace the control unit. replace the control unit. . .If all the above tests result negative. 1 2 3 4 The washer/drier does not drain 6-o-clock position minus three Check that the washer/drier filter or the user’s drains are not blocked.E.Check that there are no leaks from the tub unit. (motor rotor blocked or tachometric open). Wait for the leds to light up (the washer/drier is in Autotest mode) and then test the pump: . If. . the control unit passes to the end of the cycle and the End indicator light flashes. SAFETY After eight failed attempts to start the motor (either in wash or spin mode). Put the control unit in Autotest mode and move the programmer knob to the Test 4 position. .if the circuit is open.20. . 1 2 3 4 Water flows into the tub continuously.

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