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ABS Laundry

Samsung Front Load Washer
Model WF316L















Maytag Technical Institute 2006 ABS-L2006-001
Notes:
SERVICE
Manual
WASHING MACHINE THE FEATURE OF PRODUCT
Refer to the service manual in the itself (http://itself.sec.samsung.co.kr/) for the more information.
1. SilverCare
2. SuperSize Capacity
3. Direct Drive Motor
4. Child Lock
5. My Cycle
WASHING MACHINE
Model : WF316L
Model code : WF316LAW/XAA
Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd.
416, Maetan-3Dong, Yeongtong-Gu, Suwon City,
Gyeonggi-Do, Korea, 443-742
Printed in Korea
P/N : DC68-02636A
URL : http://itself.sec.samsung.co.kr/
-This Service Manual is a property of Samsung
Electronics Co., Ltd.
Any unauthorized use of Manual can be punished
under applicable International and/or domestic
law.
CONTENTS
1. Precautions
1-1. Safety Precautions ............................................................................................................................1-1
1-2. Precautions upon Installation ............................................................................................................1-2
2. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
2-1. THE FEATURE OF PRODUCT .........................................................................................................2-1
2-2. SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT ....................................................................................................2-2
2-3. THE COMPARATIVE SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT .................................................................2-3
2-4. OPTION SPECIFICATIONS ..............................................................................................................2-4
3. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND INTALLATION
3-1. Each Key and Display .......................................................................................................................3-1
3-2. FUNCTION OF CONTROL KEYS .....................................................................................................3-2
3-3. MAIN FUNCTIONS ...........................................................................................................................3-6
3-4 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS ......................................................................................................................3-8
4. ALIGNMENT AND ADJUSTMENTS
4-1. GENERAL ERROR FUNCTION ........................................................................................................4-1
4-2. TEST MODE ..... 4-2
5. ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
5-1. TOOLS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY ...............................................................................5-1
5-2. DISASSEMBLY . 5-2
5-3. ASSEMBLY ....... 5-5
6. TROUBLE SHOOTING
6-1. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS ....................................................................................................................6-1
6-2. PROBLEM CHECKING AND METHOD OF PCB .............................................................................6-3
6-3 Control Panel ..... 6-4
6-4 Driving Unit ......... 6-5
7. EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST
7-1. ASSY-COVER TOP ...........................................................................................................................7-1
7-2. ASSY-TUB OUTER(SPIN BASKET) .................................................................................................7-2
7-3. ASSY-CASE OUTER .........................................................................................................................7-3
7-4. BOLT/SCREW PARTS LIST .............................................................................................................7-4
CONTENTS
8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .....................................................................................................................8-1
9. BLOCK DIAGRAM .. 9-1
10. WIRING DIAGRAM .............................................................................................................................10-1
11. PCB DIAGRAM .... 11-1
12. SCHEMATIC-DIAGRAMS .................................................................................................................12-1
13. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS ..................................................................................................................13-1
14. REFERENCE INFORMATION
14-1. MODEL NAME ..............................................................................................................................14-1
14-2. TERMINOLOGY ............................................................................................................................14-2
14-3. FABRIC CARE CHART .................................................................................................................14-3
14-4. ELECTRICAL WARNINGS ...........................................................................................................14-4
14-5. Q & A ............. 14-5
1-1
1. Precautions
1~1. Safetv Precautions
1. Do not aIIow the customer to repair the product.
☞ It may cause personal injury or product damage when the unit is serviced by unqualified personnel.
2. Disconnect power to the appIiance before servicing.
☞ Be aware of the possibilities of an electric shock.
3. Do not use muIti~pIug.
☞ Power outlet may be overloaded causing the socket to overheat.
4. Check for anv damage on power pIug or power outIet.
☞ Replace it immediately if it has problem. (It may cause an electric shock or fire)
5. Make sure to earth the product.
☞ May cause electric shock.
6. Do not cIean the product with water.
☞ May cause electric shock / fire or shorten product life.
7. The wiring harness shouId be free from moisture and connected properIv during serving.
☞ It should be proof against any external force.
8. Remove anv dust or dirt in the product. wiring section and connections during servicing.
☞ Protect against possibilities of fire due to tracking etc.
9. Check for anv water trace on eIectricaI parts. harness. etc.
☞ Replace the parts and /or wipe dry the water.
10.Check the assembIed status of the parts after servicing.
☞ Check if the product is assembled in the same status as before servicing.
11.Be sure not to puII on the power cord but to unpIug it bv hoIding the pIug.
☞ Beware of possibility of electric shock or fire when the power cord is damaged.
12.UnpIug the power pIug from the outIet when the washing machine is not used.
☞ Beware of possibility of electric shock or fire while lightening.
13.Do not use or put fIammabIe materiaIs lincIuding gasoIine. aIcohoI. thinner etc) around the
washing machine.
☞ Flammable materials may spark an explosion or fire.
14.Do not put a water containing bowI or wet Iaundrv on the washing machine.
☞ It may cause an electric shock or fire, or shorten the product life when its water penetrates into the
washing machine.
15.Do not instaII the washing machine in a pIace where it is exposed to snow or rain etc.
☞ It may cause an electric shock or fire and shorten the product life.
16.Do not press controI buttons with pointed objects such as pins. needIes. etc.
☞ It may cause an electric shock or other problems.
17.Check the washing machine is IeveIed horizontaIIv on the fIoor and is instaIIed properIv.
☞ Vibration may shorten the product life.
18.Make sure to use connectors when connecting wires.
☞ If wires are connected without connectors, it may cause a tracking fire.
19.When the washing machine is to be Iaid down for servicing. put a pad on the fIoor and Iav the
product on its side sIowIv.
☞ If the wash machine is laid on its front, internal components may be damaged by the tub.
1-2
■ How to Remove Shipping Bolts
■ Precautions before Installation
The unit is quite heavy.
So, make sure to have 2 or
more personnel move it.
Install the unit at a place with
a wall outlet easily accessible.
Make sure that the unit stands
on a firm and leveled floor.
eep it away from direct sunlight
or high humidity, and install it in
a place with good ventilation.
Keep the unit away from places in
which it is freezing, especially in
winter.
Keep the unit away from heat
appliances such as a heater.
1. Remove the screws by using
the supplied spanner.
2. Remove the shipping bolts
from the back of the unit.
3. Fill the holes with the supplied
plastic caps.
4. Keep the shipping bolts and
screws for future use.
1-2. Precautions upon Installation
1-3
■ Grounding
► Make sure to ground the unit to prevent
electric leakage or shock.
With a grounded receptacle
► It does not need an additional grounding.
■Water Drainage
► Hook the drain hose over the Wash Basin or Laundry
Tub or plug the end of the drai hose into the Standpipe
- Hook the drain hose over the Wash Basin or Laundry
Tub or plug the end of the drain hose into the Standpipe
- The outlet end of the drain hose must be at least
60-90 cm above the base of the machine.
► Seal the drain pipe connections
- If not, it may cause water leakage.
► Prevent water from siphoning away
- If the end of the drain hose is put in water, it could siphon
away water during washing.
So, make sure that the end of the drain hose is not put in
water.
Note: Caution must always be exercised to avoid collapsing
or damaging the drain hose.
For best performance the drain hose should not be
restricted in any way, through elbows, couplings or
excessive lengths.
1-2. Precautions upon Installation
1-4
■ How to Level the Unit
1.Select an installation place.
► Install the unit with 10cm or more
clearance from its surrounding walls.
2.Check if the unit is leveled.
► If the unit wabbles, adjust the leveling
legs.
3.Adjust the leveling legs.
1-2. Precautions upon Installation
► The 4 leveling legs should
touch the floor all together.
When the unit is not leveled
► Lift up the unit a little bit and adjust the shortest.
► Turn the leveling bolt counter clockwise as shown
in the picture above (The leveling leg gets longer.)
► Slide your Washer into
position.
► Level your Washer by
turning the leveling legs
in or out as necessary
by hand. When your
Washer is level, tighten
the nuts using
the wrench included
with your Washer.
► If you install your washer on
softfloor, you should place the
rubber cup under adjustable
eg. Before put rubber cup, please
remove film for double-side tape
attached on rubber cup.
2-1
TYPE FRONT LOADING WASHER
DIMENSION
Div Inches (cm) Div Inches (cm)
A. Height-Overall 38 (96.5) C. Depth With Door Open 90° 49 (124.5)
B. Width 27 (68.6) D. Depth 30.25 (77.0)
WATER PRESSURE 50 kPa ~ 800 kPa
WEIGHT 89.9 kg
CAPACITY 3.29 Cu.ft
POWER CONSUMPTION
WASHING 120V 226W
WASHING AND HEATING 120V 997W
SPIN 120V 379W
DRAIN 120V 41W
SPIN REVOLUTION
WF326
*
1200rpm
WF316
*
1100rpm
WF306
*
1000rpm
2. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
2-1. SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT
2-2

Cold water supply hose
Detergent
drawer
Door
Control
panel
Adjustable leg
Drain Hose
Hot water supply hose
2-2. OVERVIEW OF THE WASHING MACHINE
2-3
Item
Samsung
(WF316LAW)
Whirlpool
(GHW9250M)
LG
(WM2432HW)
Bosch
(WFMC6400)
Capacity (Cu.ft) 3.29 (DOE) 3.21 (DOE) 3.22 (3.72) 2.93 (DOE)
Volume of Spinner (ℓ) 93.4 90 91 83
Motor Direct Drive 3-Phase Direct Drive 3-Phase
User Interface LED LED LED LCD (red)
Cycle Time 57 52 59 66
Wash Performance 1.01 1.00 0.99 1.02
Water Consumption/Cycle 48 Liter 56 Liter 49 Liter 61 Liter
Energy Consumption
(W/O Heater Wh/Cycle)
128 105 114 189
RPM 1,100 1,100 1,200 1,200
Noise 57 dB 59 dB 66 dB 62 dB
2-3. THE COMPARATIVE SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT
2-4
Item Item Name CODE.NO Remark
DC60-4014 6A
DC61-10688A
HOSE DRAIN
DC97-07126A for HOT
DC97-07127A for COLD
MANUAL-BOOK DC68-02291A
2-4. OPTION SPECIFICATIONS
SPANNER
HOLE COVER
2-5
Memo
3-1
3. OPERRATING INSTALLATION AND INSTALLATION
3~1. OVERVIEW OF THE CONTROL PANEL
1. Digital graphic display
Displays the remaining wash time, all wash information, and error messages.
2. Temperature selection button
Press the button repeatedly to cycle through the different water temperature options.
Extra Hot/Cold - Heavily soiled, colorfast items. Only available with the Sanitize cycle.
Hot/Cold - Whites and heavily soiled, colorfast items.
Warm/Warm - Colorfast items.When warm rinse is selected, only the final rinse will be warm.The other rinses will be cold to
conserve energy.
Warm/Cold - Moderately soiled, colorfast items; most wrinkle-free items.
Cold/Cold - Brightly colored, very lightly soiled items; washable woolens.
3. Spin selection button
Press the button repeatedly to cycle through the different spin speed options.
Extra High - Removes more water from loads during spin.
NOTE: To minimize wrinkling of wrinkle-free and no-iron fabrics, DO NOT use the Extra High spin option for these loads, nor overload
your Washer.
High - Use for underwear, t-shirts, jeans and sturdy cottons.
Medium - Use for jeans, wrinkle-free or wash-and-wear items and synthetics.
Low - Use for delicate items needing a slow spin speed because of fabric and construction.
No Spin - Drains your Washer without spinning. Use for extremely delicate items that cannot tolerate any spin.
4. Soil Level selection button
Press the button to select the Soil Level/washing time.
Heavy - For heavily soiled loads.
Normal - For moderately soiled loads.This setting will be appropriate for most loads.
Light - For lightly soiled loads.
5. Signal selection button
Press the button to increase or decrease the end of cycle signal volume or turn off the signal.
6. SilverCare button
Silver ions are added during the wash and rinse cycles to maximize the sanitizing and antibiotic effects.
3-2
7. Select Cycle Option
Delay Start - Any cycle can be delayed for up to 12, 19 or 24hours (select models) in one-hour increments. Displayed hour indicates
the time at which the wash will be finished.
Extra Wash - Add additional time to the wash for better stain removal.
Extra Rinse - Add an additional rinse at the end of the cycle to more thoroughly remove laundry additives and perfumes.
Extra Spin - Add additional time to remove more water from loads
My Cycle - Choose your favorite cycle including temperature, spin, soil level, option, etc.
Pre Wash - Add detergent to the Pre Wash selection of the detergent compartment. Washer fills with cold water and
detergent, tumbles, then drains and advances to the selected wash cycle. Some cycles cannot be selected with this option.*

* You can`t select PreWash option in Delicate/Hand Wash, Wool, Quick Wash and Active Wear cycles.

8. Cycle Selector
Select the appropriate cycle for the type of load.
This will determine the tumble pattern and spin speed for the cycle.
NOTE: To minimize wrinkling of loads, select the Perm Press cycle.
Heavy Duty - For sturdy, colorfast fabrics and heavily soiled garments.
Normal - For most fabrics including cottons, linens, and normally soiled garments.
Whites - For white fabrics with or without bleach.
Perm Press - For wash-and-wear, synthetic fabrics, and lightly to normally soiled garments.
Delicates/Hand Wash - For sheer fabrics, bras, lingerie silk, and other handwash-only fabrics. For best results, use liquid
detergent.
Wool - For machine-washable wool. Loads should be under 8 pounds.

The wool wash cycle of this machine has been approved by Woolmark for the washing of machine washable Woolmark products
provided that the products are washed according to the instructions on the garment label and those issued by the manufacturer
of this washing machine, M0509.



Quick Wash - For lightly soiled or wrinkled garments needed quickly.
Towels - For bath towels and washcloths. Do not load too many towels because they absorb lots of water.
Sanitize - For heavily soiled, colorfast garments.This cycle heats the water to 150°F to eliminate bacteria.
NOTE: If Pause is selected during the heating portion of the Sanitize Cycle, your Washer door will remain locked for your
safety.
Bedding - For bulky items such as blankets and sheets.
Active Wear - For washable sportswear.
Eco Wash - For geographic areas where energy and water conservation is needed.
Rinse + Spin - Use for loads that need rinsing only or to add rinse-added fabric softener to a load.
Spin Only - Provides a spin to remove more water from the load.
9. Start/Pause selection button
Press to pause and restart programs.
10. Power button
Press once to turn your Washer on, press again to turn your Washer off. If your Washer is left on for more than 10 minutes
without any buttons being touched, the power automatically turns off.
NOTE : Cycles and options vary by model. Refer to cycle chart in Appendix.
3~1. OVERVIEW OF THE CONTROL PANEL
3-3
326LAW, 326LAS
Functions Options Time
Temp Spin Soil Level Delay
Start
Extra
Wash
Extra
Rinse
My
Cycle
Pre
Wash
Extra
Spin
Silver
Care
EH/
C
H/C W/
W
W/
C
C/C EH H M L NS H N L
Heavy
Duty
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 90
Normal
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 53
Whites
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 60
Perm Press
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 45
Delicates/
Hand Wash
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 39
Wool
√ √ √ √ √ √ 57
Quick
Wash
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 33
Towels
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 64
Sanitize
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 110
Bedding
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 69
Active
Wear
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 49
Eco Wash
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 45
Rinse +
Spin
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 18
Spin Only
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 9
306LAW
Functions Options Time
Temp Spin Soil Level Delay
Start
Extra
Wash
Extra
Rinse
Silver
Care H/C W/W W/C C/C H M L NS H N L
Heavy
Duty
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 65
Normal
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 53
Whites
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 60
Perm Press
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 45
Delicates/
Hand Wash
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 39
Wool
√ √ √ √ √ 57
Quick
Wash
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 33
Towels
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 64
Rinse +
Spin
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 18
3~2. PROGRAMME CHART
3-4
316LAW, 316BAW, 316BAC
Functions Options Time
Temp Spin Soil Level Delay
Start
Extra
Wash
Extra
Rinse
My
Cycle
Pre
Wash
Silver
Care EH/
C
H/
C
W/
W
W/C C/
C
EH H M L NS H N L
Heavy Duty
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 90
Normal
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 53
Whites
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 60
Perm Press
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 45
Delica-tes/
Hand Wash
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 39
Wool
√ √ √ √ √ √ 57
Quick Wash
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 33
Towels
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 64
Sani-tize
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 110
Bed-ding
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 69
Rinse + Spin
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 18
Spin Only
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ 9
306BHW
Functions Options Time
Temp Spin Soil Level Delay
Start
Extra
Wash
Extra
Rinse
Silver
Care EH/
C
H/C W/
W
W/
C
C/C H M L NS H N L
Heavy Duty
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 65
Normal
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 53
Whites
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 60
Perm Press
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 45
Delicates/
Hand Wash
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 39
Wool
√ √ √ √ √ 57
Quick Wash
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 33
Towels
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 64
Sanitize
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 110
Bedding
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 69
Rinse + Spin
√ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 18
Spin Only
√ √ √ √ √ 9
3~2. PROGRAMME CHART
3-5
CHILD LOCK
A function that prevents children from playing with your Washer.
ACTIVATING/DEACTIVATING
If you want to activate/deactivate the Child Lock function, press the Soil Level and Signal buttons at the same time for 3
seconds.
How It Works:
1. Child Lock can be activated while your Washer is running.
2. Once you activate Child Lock, all controls (except for the Power button) will be locked until you deactivate Child Lock.
3. The Child Lock button will be lit while it is in effect.
Note: When buttons, other than the Power button, do not respond, please check if the Child Lock
button is on.
GARMENT +
You can add or take laundry items even after the wash has started, as long as the Garment+ light is on. Pushing the Start/
Pause button unlocks the door, unless the water is too hot or if there is too much water in your Washer. If you are able to unlock
the door and wish to continue the wash cycle, close the door and press the Start/Pause button.
MY CYCLE
Allows you to activate your custom wash (temperature, spin, soil level, etc.) with one–button convenience.
By pushing the My Cycle button, you activate the settings used during the last My Cycle mode. The My Cycle light will indicate
activation.
You can select all options as follows in My Cycle mode.
1. Select cycle using Cycle Selector dial.
2. After cycle selection, set each option.
Note: At this time, the option will follow as per each cycle’s default option selection.
Then you can start My Cycle by pushing the Start/Pause button in My Cycle mode.
The cycle and options you select will be displayed next time you choose My Cycle.
3~3. MAIN FUNCTION
3-6
FOR SILVERCARE WASHING
Silver ions are added during the wash and rinse cycles to maximize the sanitizing and antibiotic effects, treating fabrics with a
microscopic coating protection that kills more than 650 kinds of bacteria.
1. Open the door, put in the clothes and close the door again.
2. Press the Power button.
3. Select a Cycle by turning the Cycle Selection dial.
4. Press SilverCare button.
5. Add detergent in the dispenser tray for main washing, and add fabric softener up to the marked line.

: For Pre Wash, put a supplementary detergent in the dispenser.
SilverCare: If it is used together with fabric softener, its effect may be decreased.
6. Press Start/Pause button.
: Automatically selects optimal washing conditions by sensing the laundry’s weight.

Note :
FOR HOME USE ONLY– COMMERCIAL USERS SHOULD NOTIFY THEIR LOCAL WASTE TREATMENT
AUTHORITIES BEFORE USE
You can find # of times you used SilverCare option by pushing signal and SilverCare button.
LU3 : less than 1000 times
LU2 : between 1000 to 2000 times
LU1 : between 2000 to 2999 times
LU0 : over 2999 times
You should replace the silver kit when it display “LU0”. Contact 1-800-SAMSUNG.
Note :
For some model which has no heater if you choose SilverCare, Temp will be fixed to Cold/Cold.
If you change Temp selection, SilverCare will be canceled.
3~3. MAIN FUNCTION
3-7
1) Motor on/off time at each course
unit:sec
Course Washing
Motor r.p.m
Cw Off Ccw Off
Heavy Duty
13 4 13 4 52
Normal
12 8 12 8 50
Whites
7 8 7 8 40
Perm Press
5 10 5 10 40
Delicate/Hand wash
2 48 2 48 50
Wool
2 58 2 58 50
Quick Wash
12 8 12 8 50
Towels
10 10 10 10 50
Sanitize
8 12 8 12 45
Bedding
10 10 10 10 45
Rinse + Spin
5 10 5 10 40
2) Final dehydrating r.p.m at each course
unit:rpm
Model
Course
WF316L
Heavy Duty 1200
Normal 1200
Whites 1200
Perm Press 800
Delicate/Hand wash 800
Wool 400
Quick Wash 1200
Towels 400
Sanitize 1200
Bedding 1200
Rinse + Spin 800
Spin Only 1200
3~4. TECHNICAL POINT
3-8
3) The water supply control at each process cycle
Model
Process cycle
WF316, WF306
Pre Washing Cold water 5L/min
Washing Cold water 10L/min + (Hot water 10L/min)
Rinse Cold water 10L/min
Final rinse Cold water 10L/min + Cold water 5L/min
4) The water level data at each course
unit:Khz
Model
Course
Default water level
(kHz)
Supplementary water START
(kHz)
Supplementary water
End (kHz)
Heavy Duty
Washing 24.25 24.90 23.60
Rinse 23.60 25.00 24.60
Normal
Washing 24.25 24.90 23.60
Rinse 23.60 25.00 24.60
Whites
Washing 24.40 25.00 24.75
Rinse 23.60 25.00 24.60
Perm Press
Washing 23.80 24.55 24.30
Rinse 23.65 24.55 24.30
Delicate/Hand wash
Washing 23.45 24.35 24.00
Rinse 23.15 24.35 24.00
Wool
Washing 24.40 25.00 24.70
Rinse 23.80 25.00 24.70
Quick Wash
Washing 24.25 24.90 23.60
Rinse 23.50 25.00 24.60
Towels
Washing 24.25 24.90 24.60
Rinse 23.50 25.00 24.60
Sanitize
Washing 24.25 24.90 24.60
Rinse 23.50 25.00 24.60
Bedding
Washing 24.25 24.90 24.60
Rinse 23.50 25.00 24.60
Rinse + Spin
Washing 24.25 24.90 24.60
Rinse 23.50 25.00 24.60
3~4. TECHNICAL POINT
3-9
Memo
4-1
4. ALIGNMENT AND ADJUSTMENTS
4-1. GENERAL ERROR FUNCTION
NO
LED
Display
Diagnostic
Code
Description Corrective Action
1 nd 1
The water level fails to drop below the Reset Water Level
within 15 minutes.
Go to “ Will Not Drain” Troubleshooting
Section.
2 LO 2 Door fails to unlock after 3 attempts.
Go to “ Will Not Unlock” Troubleshooting
Section.
3 nF 3
When the filling continues for more than 16 minutes or there
is no change of water level for 3 minutes
Go to “ No Water Fill” Troubleshooting
Section.
4 FL 4 Door fails to lock after 3 attempts.
Go to “ Will Not Lock” Troubleshooting
Section.
5 LE 8
Water Level Sensor Trouble.
(When the input signal from the water level sensor is out of
range, the unit will send out beeping sounds and halts the
cycle.)
Go to “No Water Fill” Troubleshooting Section.
6 OE E
A fault is detected in the water level sensor.
Data (frequency) shows the water level is at or above the
overflow water level. (When this condition is detected, the
machine will automatically starts draining water until the water
level falls below the overflow water level)
First check to see that all of water valves are
not stuck. If water valves are OK, check water
level sensor.
7 dc 10
Unbalance or cabinet bump is detected during final spin,
which prevents the drum from spinning over 400 rpm. (Never
exceeds 400 RPM due to unbalanced load)
Go to “Wet Clothes” Troubleshooting Section.
8 - 11 EEPROM Fault. (Program settings are being reset.)
Go to “EEPROM Clear Mode” If display
shows “FAiL”,Replace Machine Control
Board.
9 E2 15
Jammed Key.(When key input signals are coming out for
more than 30 seconds, it is regarded as a jam.)
Check all of keys. If A key is sensed to be
pressed, all keys will do not respond.
10 dL 18 Door is detected as open when the motor is operating.
Check for loose wire connections.
Go to “Quick Test Mode” and then do Door
lock/Unlock Test and Motor Test.
11 dS 22 Door is detected as open while it is trying to lock the door.
Go to “Quick Test Mode” and then do Door
Lock/Unlock Test
12 bE 25 Motor hall sensor signals come out without motor operation. Replace Machine Control Board.
13 tE 29
Abnormal high/low temperature or resistance (Thermal
sensor or PBA) resistance.
Go to “ Board Input Test” and check Water
Temperature. Check loose or pinched wires.
Replace PCB or thermistor.
14 E3 2E
MICOM is attempting to drive the motor but is not getting any
response signals from the hall sensor. Visual check shows
motor is not running. (Locked, Defective Hall Sensor or
Overload)
Evaluate wire harness for loose or unhooked
connections. Go to “ Quick Test Mode” and
test Motor.
15 Sr 34
System Relay (Main Relay) Failure. (PCB does not notice the
relay operation when there should be.)
Replace PCB.
16 Hr 36 Heater Relay Failure (No Heater Relay Check Signal) Replace PCB
17 3E 3E
Over-current is detected. Motor won’t turn.
(IPM detects over-current.)
Evaluate wire harness for loose or unhooked
connections.
Go to “ Quick Test Mode” to test Motor.
18 2E 91 Voltage for motor control bus is over specified limit. Replace PCB
19 2E 92 Voltage for motor control bus is under specified limit. Replace PCB
20 8E 8E MEMS Sensor Failure. (No MEMS Sensor Check Signal)
Check MEMS PCB ,Main PCB & Wire-
harness
21 7E 7E Silver Care Kit (Silver Care PCB) Failure.
Check Silver Care PCB ,Main PCB & Wire-
harness
22 PF -
It occurs when there is power failure during the washing.(“PF”
is not an error. It is to inform the user of power failure.)
-
23 SUdS -
Suds is detected during the washing session. (“SUdS” is not
an error. If the washer is in suds period, “SUdS” will light up
instead of remaining time.)
Guide a user to reduce amount of detergent
usage.
4-2
Test Mode:
Each Test Mode for the Frontier Washer is as follows in the coming pages. The test modes indicated by the red
arrows are the modes unable to get an access once the washing cycle has started due to safety reasons.
Definition of Quick Test Mode:
- Check operation of all LED’s (Verify faulty LED).
- Check model and software version.
- Check different operating modes (e.g. water valve, motor, door, drain pump, etc.).
How to Enter:
- Plug in and turn on the unit.
- Press Spin Key, Soil Level Key and Power Key at the same time.
(Same for all Frontier models.)
Quick Test Mode:
1. All LED’s light up and it sends out Beep Sound when it enters
into the Quick Test Mode. (Including 7-Segment)
2. Displays software version for a sec.
(Ex. If S/W Version is 60, 7-Segment will display U060)
3. After displaying the software version, 7-Segment will displaythe
following information for each model.
- F1 : WF326L AW, WF326LAS
- F2 : WF316L AW
- F2b: WF316BAC, WF316BAW
- F3 : WF306L AW
- F8b: WF306BHW
- EEEE : Model option Error (Need to replace PCB Assy.)
4. When model information is being display ed,
press the following keys to test various components.
- Temp Key: Water Valve Test
- Spin Key : Motor Test
- Soil Level Key : Door Lock/Unlock Test
- Signal Key : Drain Pump Test.
Quick Test Mode:
1. All LED’s light up and it sends out Beep Sound when it enters into the Quick
Test Mode. (Including 7-Segment)
2. Displays software version for a sec.
(Ex. If S/W Version is 60, 7-Segment will display U060)

3. After displaying the software version, 7-Segment will display the following
information for each model.
- F1 : WF326LAW, WF326LAS
- F2 : WF316LAW
- F2b: WF316BAC, WF316BAW
- F3 : WF306LAW
- F8b: WF306BHW
- EEEE : Model option Error (Need to replace PCB Assy.)
4. When model information is being displayed, press the following keys to test
various components.
- Temp Key : Water Valve Test
- Spin Key : Motor Test
- Soil Level Key : Door Lock/Unlock Test
- Signal Key : Drain Pump Test.
4-2-1. Quick Test Mode
4-2. TEST MODE
4-3
Water Valve Test:
1. To enter the Water Valve Test, press the Temp Key while
model information is being display ed during the Quic k
Test Mode.
2. Each time the Temp Key is pressed, it will cycle through
the operations on the left flowchart.
But, WF306L AW(F3) and WF306BHW(F8b) do not have
the pre water valve. So, it will skip Pre Water Va lve On and
jump to Cold Water Valve On.
3. If the Temp Keyis pressed during All Water Valve OFF,
the machine will return to the beginning as shown
in the flowchart.
4. The door needs to be secured for the Water Valve to operate .
Therefore, the door lo ck will be on during the water valve
operation.
5. If there is an y problem with Water Valve, PCB Assy. or Wire
Harness, the water valves could not operate. So, to make sure
for the water valves to operate, check visually if water comes
out with each Water Va lve On mode.
Water Valve Test:
1. To enter the Water Valve Test, press the Temp Key while model information is
being displayed during the Quick Test Mode.
2. Each time the Temp Key is pressed, it will cycle through the operations on the
left flow chart. But, WF306LAW(F3) and WF306BHW(F8b) do not have the
pre water valve. So, it will skip Pre Water Valve On and jump to Cold Water
Valve On.
3. If the Temp Key is pressed during All Water Valve OFF, the machine will return
to the beginning as shown in the flow chart.
4. The door needs to be secured for the Water Valve to operate.
Therefore, the door lock will be on during the water valve operation.

5. If there is any problem with Water Valve, PCB Assy. or Wire Harness, the
water valves could not operate. So, to make sure for the water valves to
operate, check visually if water comes out with each Water Valve On mode.
Motor Test:
1. To enter the Motor Test, press the Spin Key while model information is being
displayed during the Quick Test Mode.
2. Each time the Spin Key is pressed, it will cycle through the operations on the
left flow chart.

4. The Door Lock will be on during the motor operation.
5. If there is any problem with Motor, PCB Assy. or Wire Harness,related error
codes will be displayed.
Door Lock/Unlock Test:
1. To check the Door Lock/Unlock operation, press the Soil Level Key while
model information is being displayed during the Quick Test Mode.
2. Each time the Soil Level Key is pressed, it will cycle through the Door Lock/
Unlock operations on the left flow chart.
3. If the Soil Level Key is pressed during Door Lock and Water Valve, Motor or
Drain Pump operation, all of the operations will stop. And, when the Soil Level
Key is pressed again,the door will be released.
4. If there is any problem with Door Switch, PCB Assy. or Wire Harness, related
error codes will be displayed.
Drain Pump Test:
1. To check the Drain Pump operation, press the Signal Key while model
information is being displayed during the Quick Test Mode.
2. Each time the Signal Key is pressed, it will cycle through the operations on the
left flow chart.
3. The Drain Pump operation is independent.
Therefore, it will operate regardless of Door Lock/Unlock.
4. If there is any problem with Drain Pump, PCB Assy. or Wire Harness, the
Drain Pump will not operate.
So, its operation needs a visual inspection.
4-2-1. Quick Test Mode
4-4
EEPROM Reset Mode:
1. EEPROM can be reset once the user enters the EEPROM Clear Mode.
2. If there is any problem with EEPROM, 7-Segment will display “ FAiL ”. “Good”
will be displayed if everything is OK.
3. PCB assy. needs replacing if “FAiL” is displayed during EEPROM reset.
4. If PCB assy. is replaced for some reason, EEPROM needs resetting.
5. If problem occurs with Sticky Function, My Cycle and Power Failure
Compensation, it may be due to EEPROM .
Check EEPROM’s condition at EEPROM Clear Mode.
4-2-2. EEPROM Reset Mode
Definition of EEPROM Reset Mode:
- EEPROM initialization.
- All course/option settings are to be reset to default values after EEPROM initialization.
- When Service arises and it needs PCB replacement, EEPROM should be reset.
How to Enter:
- The unit needs to be on.
- Press Delay Start Key, Signal Key and Power Key at the same time.
(Same for all Frontier models.)
4-2-3. Continuous Run Mode
Continuous Run Mode:
1. Press Delay Start + Extra Rinse Key for 3 sec during Power On State (Normal User Mode) .
2. Once in Continuous Run Mode, 7-Segment will blink “cc” and the remaining time in turns.
3. The Continuous Run Mode will repeat the previous cycle until continuous run mode is cancelled.
4. During Continuous Run Mode, press Delay Start + Extra Rinse Key for 3 seconds to return to normal user mode.
7-segment will no longer display “cc”, but only display the remaining time.
Definition of Continuous Run Mode:
- Will continuously repeat the current cycle until the Continuous Run Mode is cancelled.
How to Enter:
- Press Delay Start Key and Extra Rinse Key together for 3 sec.
(Same for all Frontier models.)
4-2-4. Special Test Mode
Definition of Special Test Mode:
- Special Test Mode enables service technicians to verify the operation of the washing machine and do troubleshooting.
- Special Test Mode can be entered during all washing cycle without interrupting the cycle except some of test modes.
- Various tests can be done with Special Test Mode. So, troubleshooting can be done based on the resulting diagnostic codes.
How to Enter:
- To enter the Special Test Mode, press the Signal and Extra Rinse Keys for 3 seconds or until the unit sends out
beeping sounds. (same for all Frontier models.)
4-5
4-2-4. Special Test Mode
Special Test Mode:
1. The washer must be on to go into the Special Test Mode.
2. The motor speed will be displayed when started (It displays 0 when the motor does not spin).
3. The present state of the machine will not be changed.
(i.e., the current cycle in progress will not be interrupted and only the display will change)
4. All LED’s will be turned off except the “Door Lock” LED. It will continue to display the condition of the door lock.
5. To exit Special Test Mode, press Signal and Extra Rinse Keys for 3 second again, or Power Key.
If no key is operated during Special Test Mode for 5 minutes, the machine will return to normal user mode.
4-2-5. Quick Spin Test Mode
Definition of Quick Spin Test Mode:
- Quick Spin Test Mode is to do Spin Check. (High RPM)
How to Enter:
- During Special Test Mode, press the Delay Start and Silver Wash Keys (Rinse Water + Key) for 3 seconds to enter
Quick Spin Test Mode. (same for all Frontier models.)
- Cannot enter once the washing cycle has started.
Quick Spin Test Mode:
As it enters into the Quick Spin Test Mode, it starts spinning and reaches to its maximum RPM. And then, it stays at its maximum speed for
2 minutes before it exits the Quick Spin Test Mode.
To hold Quick Spin Test Mode (entering Speed Hold Mode), press the Start/Pause button. If the Start/Pause button is pressed during Quick
Spin Test Mode, it will stop accelerating and hold its spinning speed for 10 minutes before going back to Quick Spin Test Mode.
Also, to cancel the hold and allow Quick Spin Test Mode to continue, press the Delay Start and Silver Wash Keys together for 3 seconds.
4-6
4-2-6. Cycle Count Check Mode
Definition of Cycle Count Check Mode:
- Cycle Count Check Mode is to tally up the number of washings.
How to Enter:
- To enter the Cycle Count Check Mode, press the Signal Key during Special Test Mode.
(same for all Frontier models.)
Cycle Count Check Mode:
1. Activate the Special Test Mode in advance.
2. When the Signal key is pressed, the total number of washings will light up and a signal LED will glow (Louder, Softer, Off LED).
3. The maximum number of cycles will be 2999.
The counter will roll over to 0 and start counting again after 2999.
4. The counting will be carried out at the end of the normal cycle.
(During Continuous Run Mode, it does not Do not count any cycle in Continuous Run Mode)
5. To exit the Cycle Count Check Mode, press the “Signal” key again.
Then, it returns to the Special Test Mode with motor RPM illuminating.
4-2-7. S/W Version Check Mode
Definition of S/W Version Check Mode:
- S/W Version Check Mode is to bring up S/W Version information.
How to Enter:
- To enter the S/W Version Check Mode, press the Soil Level Key during Special Test Mode.
(same for all Frontier models.)
S/W Version Check Mode:
1. Activate the Special Test Mode in advance.
2. Press the Soil Level Key to bring up its software Version
Ex) Generate U005 at U005
3. To exit the S/W Version Check Mode, press the Soil Level S/W once again.
Then, it returns to the Special Test Mode with motor RPM illuminating.
4-7
4-2-8. Fast Time Down Test Mode
Definition of Fast Time Down Test Mode:
- Fast Time Down Test Mode is to forward the program to the next cycle stage.
How to Enter:
- To enter the Fast Time Down Test Mode, press the Temp key during Special Test Mode.
(same for all Frontier models.)
Fast Time Down Test Mode:
1. Activate the Special Test Mode in advance.
2. To forward the program to the next cycle stage,
press the Temp key.
Each stage is located at key points of a complete cycle as follows:
- End of Each Fill (Beginning of Wash or Rinse Tumble Session)
- Beginning of Drain Session
- Beginning of Spin Session (Here, it checks the water level. So, if it is
over the reset level, it carries out draining before the spinning.)
- Beginning of Fill Session
- Beginning of Bleach Fill
- Beginning of Fabric Softener Fill
- Every 3 minutes during Wash and Rinse Tumble Session
Fill Water Fill Water Fill Water Fill Water Pre Wash Pre Wash Pre Wash Pre Wash Spin Spin Spin Spin
Main Wash Main Wash Main Wash Main Wash
Rinse Rinse Rinse Rinse
Drain Drain Drain Drain
Bleach
Supply
Softener
Supply
Marker
3 minutes
At this point, it checks the water
level, and If it is over the reset
level, it will carryout drai ning
before the spinning.
Fill Water Fill Water Fill Water Fill Water Spin Spin Spin Spin Drain Drain Drain Drain
3 minutes 3 minutes
Fill Water Fill Water Fill Water Fill Water Spin Spin Spin Spin Drain Drain Drain Drain
Fill Water Fill Water Fill Water Fill Water Final Rinse Final Rinse Final Rinse Final Rinse Drain Drain Drain Drain Final Spin Final Spin Final Spin Final Spin
Pre
Valve
3 minutes
3 minutes
Pre
Valve
4-8
4-2-9. Board Input Test Mode
Definition of Board Input Test Mode:
- Board Input Test Mode is to displays a specified input after a key press.
How to Enter:
- To enter the Board Input Test Mode, press the Extra Wash key during Special Test Mode.
(same for all Frontier models.)
Board Input Test Mode:
1. Activate the Special Test Mode first.
2. Press the Extra Wash key to start Board Input Test.
3. Water Temperature Display in Celsius Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Heavy Duty” and press the Start/Pause dial.
4. Water Temperature Display in Fahrenheit Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Normal” and press the Start/Pause dial.
5. Door Position (Open/Close) Display Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Whites” and press the Start/Pause dial: “OP” will illuminate if open,
“CL” if closed.
6. Door Status (Lock/Unlock) Display Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Perm Press” and press the Start/Pause dial: “UL” will illuminate if
unlocked, “LO” if locked.
7. Overflow Water Level Display Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Delicate/Hand Wash” and
press the Start/Pause dial: “ ‾0 ” will illuminate if below level, “ ‾1 ” if above level (Overflow).
The above water level is defined as the overflow water level.
8. Heater-On Water Level Display Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Wool” and
press the Start/Pause dial: “ -0” will illuminate if below level, “-1” if above level (Heater-On).
The Medium water level is defined as the level needed for the heater to turn on.
9. Reset Water Level Display Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Quick Wash” and
press the Start/Pause dial: “_0” will illuminate if below level (Reset), “_1” if above level.
10. Water Level Display (Frequency) Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Towels” and press the Start/Pause dial:
If it illuminates “2435”, it indicates 24.35 kHz.
11. AG Kit Status Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Rinse+Spin” and press the Start/Pause dial.
Then, it will display the Ag Kit Status in 3 seconds: “- -” if AG kit is operated properly.
“7E” if AG kit is out of order (check wire harness & PCB)
12. MEMS Sensor Kit Status. Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Spin Only” and press the Start/Pause dial. Then, it will display the MEMS
Sensor Kit status after displaying “00” for 3 seconds: “- -” if MEMS Sensor kit is operated properly.
“8E” if MEMS Sensor kit is out of order (check wire harness & PCB)
Reset Water Level
Medium Water Le vel
High Water Le vel
(Overflow LEVEL)
Heater
4-9
4-2-10. Diagnostic Code Check Mode
Definition of Diagnostic Code Check Mode:
- Diagnostic Code Check Mode is to bring up the stored diagnostic codes (reference codes for service technicians).
How to Enter:
- To enter the Diagnostic Code Check Mode with code “d” flashing, press the Silver Wash (Rinse Water +)
during Special Test Mode. (same for all Frontier models.)
Board Input Test Mode:
1. Activate the Special Test Mode first.
2. Press the “Silver Wash (Rinse Water +)” key to start Diagnostic Code Check Mode with Code “d” flashing.
3. To cycle through the diagnostic codes (d1,d2,d3~d9), turn the Rotary Cycle Selector in one direction (either Clockwise or
Counterclockwise).
4. Now, when turning the Rotary Selector Key in the same direction, it shows diagnostic codes from the latest (d1).
5. When turning it in the opposite direction, it shows the diagnostic codes in the reverse order.
Ex) When it stops at d5 and turns backward, it shows from d4 down to “d”.
6. EEPROM holds the codes up to 9 of them. So, when it goes beyond it, “- -” and “d” will light up.
Ex) “d” – d1~d9 – “- -”
7. When there are only 6 codes stored in EEPROM, it will display “- -” after them.
Refer to Diagnostic Code.

4-10
Memo
5-1
5. ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY
5-1. TOOLS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY
NO. TOOL
1
Box driver 10mm
13mm
19mm
Heater (1)
Motor (1), Balance (5), 2 holes of each left and right of the
shock absorber 1 Pulley hole
2
Double-ended
spanner
10, 13,19mm Replaceable for the box driver.
Since the bolt runs idle when the box driver is used, use the
box driver 17mm.
3 Vice pliers Tool to protect the idle and abrasion of the bolt for the
box driver.
4 Other(Driver, Nipper, Long nose) General tools for the after service.
5 JIG for the Tub 1 (Disassemble and Assemble)
5-2
Part Name Descriptive Picture How To Do
Top Cover
1. Unplug the unit.
2. Remove screws(2ea) at the back.
3. Slide Top Cover back and lift it up.
Water Level
Sensor
1. Unplug the unit.
2. Remove Top Cover.
3. Remove the screw(1ea).
4. Disconnect the wire harness.
5. Take out Pressure Hose.
Ag Kit
1. Unplug the unit.
2. Remove Top Cover.
3. Remove screws(2ea) from the rail.
4. Disconnect the wire harness.
4. Remove clamps and hoses.
Warning! To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death, disconnect the power to the washing machine.
5-2. DISASSEMBLY
5-3
Part Name
Descriptive Picture
How To Do
Ag PCB
1. Unplug the unit.
2. Remove Top Cover.
3. Flip open the PCB cover.
4. Disconnect the wire harness.
5. Remove screws (2ea) on the frame.
EMI Filter
1. Unplug the unit.
2. Remove Top Cover.
3. Remove the earth screw.
3. Remove the acorn nut (13mm) and
disconnect the wire harness.
Water Valve
1. Unplug the unit.
2. Remove Top Cover.
3. Remove two screws for each Single Hot
and 3-Combo Cold Valve.
4. Remove clamps and hoses.
Dispenser
1. Unplug the unit.
2. Remove Top Cover.
3. Remove Dispenser Drawer.
4. Remove screws(3ea) on the top.
5. Plug out all the connectors.
6. Unscrew(6ea) PCB and separate it from
Console.

5-2. DISASSEMBLY
5-4
Part Name Descriptive Picture How To Do
Console
1. Unplug the unit.
2. Remove Top Cover.
3. Remove Dispenser Drawer.
4. Remove screws(3ea) on the top.
5. Plug out all the connectors.
6. Unscrew(6ea) PCB and separate
it from Console.
Door
1. Unplug the unit.
2. Remove screws(2ea) and takeout Door Assy
from Front Panel.
3. Remove screws along the
perimeter of Glass Retainer.
4. Remove Glass Retainer.
5. Remove Door Glass.
6. Remove Hinge.
7. Remove Outer Window Panel.
Front Panel
1. Unplug the unit.
2. Remove Top Cover, Dispenser, Console and
Door.
4. Snap up the boot at 6 o’clock and pull out
the clamp spring.
5. Pull the boot from the lip formed into the front
opening.
6. Remove screws(2ea) on the bottom.
7. Remove screws(4ea) on the top.
8. Plug out the connectors to Door Lock.
9. Lift out Front Panel.
Boot
1. Unplug the unit.
2. Knock the unit down to Front Panel
(included).
3. Unscrew the boot clamp at 12
o’clock.
4. Pull out the boot.
5-2. DISASSEMBLY
5-5
Part Name Descriptive Picture How To Do
Heater
1. Unplug the unit.
2. Knock the unit down to Front Panel (included).
3. Remove the wire connectors.
4. Remove the nut (10mm) in the center and take
out Heater.
Motor
1. Unplug the unit.
2. After removing screws(2ea) on Back Cover,
take out Back Cover by sliding it up.
4. Rotate Motor Cover to locate a slot in Stator.
Insert a Phillips screwdriver into the slot to lock
Stator.
5. Remove the nut (19mm).
6. Grab Motor Cover at 3 and 9 o’clock and pull
it out.
7. Remove the bolts (6ea, 10mm) securing
Stator Coil to Tub.
8. Remove the wire connectors.
Drain Pump
1. Unplug the unit.
2. Remove Back Cover.
3. Remove the wire connector.
4. Remove Clamp and Drain Hose.
5. Remove Clamp and Pump Hose.
6. Remove the bolts (3ea, 13mm) securing Drain
Pump to Cabinet Bottom.
7. Remove the screw securing
Drain Pump to the support bracket.
Twist Drain Pump clockwise to
remove.
* Make sure to put an empty container under
Drain Pump to hold water inside.
5-2. DISASSEMBLY
5-6
Part Name
Descriptive Picture
How To Do
Outer Tub
and Spinner(1)
1. After the above knock-down to
Drain Pump, do the following.
2. Remove screws holding the wire harness.
3. Remove the bolts (2ea,13mm) securing Rear Struts
to Cabinet Bottom.
4. Swing Struts up against Tub to make it easy to
remove Tub Assy.
5. Remove bolts (2ea each side, 13mm) securing
Counter Weights.
6. Remove the screw holding the wire harness.
7. Remove bolts (2ea each side, 13mm) securing Front
Struts to Cabinet Bottom and swing Struts up against
Tub..
8. Loop the wire harness and Water Pressure Hose out
of its retaining holders.
9. Remove screws (7ea) securing Rail Frame and take
it off.
10. Remove Clamp and Vent Hose.
11. Loop out Suspension Spring by lifting it up (each
side).
12. Take out Tub and put it on block supports (4” wood
blocks or their equivalents) to prevent shaft
damage.
13. Remove screws (10mm) around the perimeter of the
tub.
14. Separate Front and Back Tubs from each other.
15. Take out Spinner Drum.
16. Remove screws to disassemble Baffles.
* When assembling, make sure that Front and Back
Tubs are fastened up tightly. If not, it will cause water
leakage.
5-2. DISASSEMBLY
5-7
Memo
6-1
6. TROUBLE SHOOTING
6~1. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS
- As the micom wash machine is configured of the complicate structure, there might be the
service call.
Below information is prepared for exact trouble diagnosis and suitable repair guide.
Caution for the Repair and Replacement
Please follow below instruction for the trouble diagnosis and parts replacement.
1) As some electronic components are damaged by the charged static electricity from the resin
part of wash machine or the human body, prepare the human body earth or remove the potential differ
ence of the human body and wash machine by contacting the power supply plug when the work contact
ing to PCB is executed.
2) Since AC220~240V is applied to the triac T1 and T2 on P.C.B, the electric shock may occur by
touching and be careful that the strong and weak electricity are mixed.
3) As the P.C.B assembly is designed for no trouble, do not replace the P.C.B assembly by the
wrong diagnosis and follow the procedure of the trouble diagnosis when the micom is not op
erated normally.
6-2
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death, disconnect power to unit before servicing, unless testing requires
power.
Will Not Start
• Plug the unit into the wall outlet. Check for proper voltage.
• Check fuse or reset circuit breaker.
• Push any key to turn on the washer and press the Start/Pause key to run the washer.
• Close door and push the Start/Pause key to run the washer.
• Check if washer is in a pause, soak or suds process.
Wait briefly and it may start. (If the washer is in suds period, Suds will light up instead of remaining time.)
• Check for restricted drain system.
(If there is electrical problem in drain system, “nd” error will occur after 15 minutes.)
• Check Water Supply.
• Check the line or water valve screen filter.
• Check if PCB connectors are assembled properly.
• Check if CN5, CN6 terminals on PCB are in good condition.
(Refer to PCB Connector Check.)
• Replace PCB.
Leaking
• Start a normal cycle with the drum empty and fill her up to check its tumbling.
• Perform Quick Test Mode or Quick Spin Test
(Carry it out without laundry in the unit.)
• Check for loose connections at PCB, Water Level Sensor, Motor,
Hall Sensor Wire Harness, etc. (Refer to the Component Testing Procedure)
• Check motor windings resistance.
(CN9 1 & 3 = 11.6 ohms (±7% 20°C basis),
CN9 1 & 2 = 11.6 ohms (±7% 20°C basis),
CN9 2 & 3 = 11.6 ohms (±7% 20°C/68°F basis))
• If it doesn’t tumble after all of the above tests, change PCB. When the problem persists, change the motor.
No Tumble
• Start normal cycle with an empty machine and allow a fill to check tumble.
• Perform Quick Spin Test. (Before test, make sure that the tumbler is empty.)
• Check for loose connections at Machine Control Board, Pressure Switch, Motor, Tach Harness and Motor
Control. (Refer to the component testing procedure)
• Check motor windings resistance.
CN9 pins 1 & 3 = 11.6ohms ±7%,
Pins 1 & 2 = 11.6ohms ±7%,
Pins 2 & 3 = 11.6 ohms ±7%
• Faulty Main Control Board.
• Faulty motor.
Will Not Spin
• Make sure to close the door completely.
• Check for water left inside the washer. If so, go to “Will Not Drain”.
• Perform Quick Test Mode or Quick Spin Test.
Does the washer spin? (Before the test, empty the unit inside.)
If it doesn’t tumble after the above, change PCB.
When the problem persists, change the motor.
• Perform Quick Test Mode or Quick Spin Test.
Does the washer spin? If it does, Check Possible unbalanced load scenario in normal mode.
• Check for loose connections at PCB, Water Level Sensor, Motor, Hall Sensor Wire Harness. (CN8,CN9,CN3)
(Refer to the Component Testing Procedure.)
• Check motor windings resistance.
(CN9 Pin1&3 = 11.6 ohms (at ±7% 20°C/68°F),
Pin1&2 = 11.6ohms (at ±7% 20°C),
Pin2&3 = 11.6 ohms (at ±7% 20°C))
6-1. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS
6-3
No Water Fill
• Perform Quick Test Mode.
Check all of Water Valves visually.
(Pre Wash Valve, Cold Water Valve, Bleach Water Valve, Softener dispenses using Cold & Bleach Water Valve, and Hot
Water Valve.)
• Check if water taps are turned on fully.
• Check Water Valves and Water Level Sensor (Refer to PCB Connector Check)
• Check if there is any kink in inlet hoses.
• Check if inlet screens are clogged up.
• Check if water has enough pressure. If so, find out its contributors.
• Check if there is any frozen area in the unit (Drain Hose, etc)
• Measure the resistance of Water Valve Coil.
(It should read 1.18K ohms. Check Pin#1 of CN5 and PIN#1,2,3,4 of CN10)
• Check Pressure S/W and PCB for loose connections.
(Refer to PCB Connector Check.)
Tub Full of Suds
• Go to “Will Not Drain” and “Will Not Spin” and check the draining.
• Check PCB and Drain Pump for any loose wire connection.
• Perform Quick Test Mode or Board Output Test to drain.
• Use HE (High-Efficiency) or low sudsing detergent specially formulated for front load washers.
• Reduce the amount of detergent for that specific load size and soil level. Keep in mind that towel creates more suds generally.
• Reduce the amount of detergent when water is soft, or laundry is small or lightly soiled.
• Do one more washing cycle with cold water and a table spoon of salt without detergent.
Wet Clothes
• Unbalance due to not enough load. Put additional load.
• Due to excessive suds by using general detergent.
Use HE (High-Efficiency) or reduce its quantity.
• Low Spin Speed or Drain Only was selected.
• Go to “ Will Not Spin”.
Will Not Lock
• Door is not aligned or closed properly.
• Perform Quick Test Mode.
Check Door Lock.
Check the output voltage of Door Lock Coil.
If it reads 120V, change Door Lock Switch, and if not, change PCB.
(Refer to PCB Connector Check.)
• Read Lock Switch and PCB (CN10).
(Refer to PCB Connector Check.)
• Try Door Lock and check for 120V to Door Lock Connector.
If 120V present, change Main Control Board and if not, change Door Lock switch.
6-1. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS
6-4
Will Not Unlock
• Check if the door is being pushed out, which may keep it from unlocking.
• Door locks itself when the water level is too high. Opening door will result in water draining from door opening.
• Check the following with Board Input Test Mode.
Water Level (frequency): Over 23.80 KHz.
→ If so, refer to “Will Not Drain”.
Temperature (Inside Drum): Higher than 60ºC/140ºC.
→ If so, wait until it drops.
When everything is normal, check PCB connectors and Door Lock Switch.
• Drain manually after removing the plastic drain hose holder.
• Display shows “LO”. Turn off and on the unit.
If “LO” keeps illuminating, check PCB and Door Lock Switch.
• Read Lock Switch and PCB (CN10 & CN7).
(Refer to PCB Connector Check.)
• Perform Quick Test Mode.
Check Door Lock.
Check the output voltage of Door Lock Coil.
If it reads 120V, change Door Lock Switch, and if not, change PCB.
(Refer to PCB Connector Check.)
No Key Operation
• Option and Function buttons respond differently according to each cycle.
• Child Lock is being activated. To exit, hold down Soil Level Key and Signal Key simultaneously until it sends out a beeping
sound.
• When “End“ illuminates on the display, only Power button works. Press Power button and make new cycle selections.
Will Not Drain
• Check for any kink on the drain hose. If any, straight it out.
• Check for any restriction in the drain hose.
• Close the door and press the Cycle Selector dial. For safety reasons, the washer does not tumble or spin with the door open.
• When it is freezing outside, check if it is frozen inside the drain hose.
• Check if the water level signal input is correct. Go to Board Input Test Mode.
• Go to Quick Test Mode and do Drain Pump Test.
• Check if there is any twist in the hose (the one between Tub and Drain Pump).
• Check if it reads AC 120V at the pump when a spin cycle is selected.
• Read the winding resistance of the pump motor. (14.2 7% Ohms)
• Check the pump at CN10 (Pin6) on PCB. It should read AC 110~120V. (Refer to PCB Connector Check)
Wrong Water Temperature
• Check if both of the water taps are fully open.
• Make sure the domestic water heater is set to deliver water lower than 120°F (49°C) hot water at the tap.
Also check water heater capacity and recovery rate.
• If the water heater is located far from the washer, screw out the hot water tap and let its water pass until you get hot water.
• Too Hot/Too Cold: Reduced amount of water is supplied while PCB controls the influx to regulate the actual temperature of the
water in the tub. This may appear to be significantly hotter/colder than expected.
• Check if the temperature selection is correct.
• Disconnect inlet hoses from the Water Valve and remove any residue in the inlet screens.
Noisy and/or Vibration/Walking
• Check if the washer is leveled and the lock nuts are tightened up on the bottom plate.
• Check if all of the shipping bolts and spacers are removed from the back panel.
• Check if load is big enough and there is no unbalance.If there is not enough load, put in a few towels to balance it.
• Check if the motor is fastened enough.
• Remove various trouble contributors (such as dust coat on the floor).
6-1. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS
6-5
Rubber Feet Leaving Marks on Floor
• Use a pencil eraser to remove mark.
• Walk washer into location, do not drag.
Additive Cups Full of Water
• Small amount of water in bottom of additive cups is normal.
• Remove and wash Dispenser Tray, removable Cup, and Rinse Cap.
• Level washer.
Buttons do not Respond
• Option and Function buttons respond differently according to each cycle.
• Child Lock feature has been selected. To disable feature press and hold Temp and Spin
simultaneously until a beep is heard.
• When display shows “End”, only the Power button will function. Press Power and make new cycle
selections.
6-1. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS
6-6
-If you plug in the power cord and turn Power S/W on, memorized data is displayed.
If any data is not displayed, check the followings.
�- -- - CN3 CN3 CN3 CN3 �c 吏吏 吏
欄 欄欄 欄 CN9 CN9 CN9 CN9 卵 卵卵 卵
CNw0 CNw0 CNw0 CNw0
卵 卵卵 卵 CN8 CN8 CN8 CN8 柩 柩柩 柩 欄 欄欄 欄 CN5 CN5 CN5 CN5 卵 卵卵 卵
CN7 CN7 CN7 CN7
卵 卵卵 卵 濫 濫濫 濫
柝 柝柝 柝 枸 枸枸 枸
卵 卵卵 卵
嵐 嵐嵐 嵐
卵 卵卵 卵 RY9 RY9 RY9 RY9 嵐 嵐嵐 嵐
枴 枴枴 枴 C CC CN4 N4 N4 N4 藍 藍藍 藍
倫 倫倫 倫 CN2 CN2 CN2 CN2 塁 塁塁 塁 倫 倫倫 倫 CNw CNw CNw CNw 塁塁塁 塁
Thermistor Check
Check Voltage at Pin #6 and #3 of CN3
Tester Check = DC2.5V
If it reads 5V, check if its connector is engaged properly.
Door Switch Check
Check Voltage at Pin #6 and #4 of CN3
When Door Open = DC5V
When Door Close = DC0V
Water Sensor Check
Check Voltage and Frequency at Pin #6 and #7 of CN3
Reset water level = DC2.5V, 25.8KHz
Check Voltage and Frequency at Pin #6 and #8 of CN3
Reset water level = DC2.5V, 25.8KHz
Sump Sensor Check
Check Voltage at Pin #4 and #2 of CN8
Tester Check = DC0V or 3.75V
Check Voltage at Pin #4 and #3 of CN8
Tester Check = DC0V or 3.75V
Motor Check
Resistance at Pin #1 and #2 of CN9 =11.6Ω
Resistance at Pin #1 and #3 of CN9 =11.6Ω
Resistance at Pin #2 and #3 of CN9 =11.6Ω
Door Lock Check
Check Voltage at Pin #1 of CN5 and Pin #7 of CN10
When Door Lock = AC120V
Check Voltage at Pin #1 of CN5 and Pin #2 of CN7
When Door Lock = AC120V
Door Unlock Check
Check Voltage at Pin #1 of CN5 and Pin #8 of CN10
When Door Unlock = AC120V
Drain Motor Check
Check Voltage at Pin #1 of CN5 and Pin #6 of CN10
When Drain Pump operates = AC120V
Water Valve Check
Check Voltage at Pin #1 of CN5 and Pin #1,2,3,4 of CN10
When each Valve operates = AC120V
AC Power Check
Check Voltage at Pin #1 and #3 of CN5
Check Voltage at Pin #1 of CN5 and Pin #1 of CN6
Tester Check = AC120V
Heater Relay Check
Check Voltage at Pin #1 of CN5 and Pin #2 of RY9
When Heater Relay operates = AC120V
6~2. PROBLEM CHECKING AND METHOD OF PCB
6-7
Memo
7. EXPLODED VIEW AND PARTS LIST
7~1. THE CONTROL PARTS
17
48
13
12
16
32
37
18
20
31
29
23
25
26
28
27
30
15 42
5
33
45
21
44
36
19
43
NO. CODE NO. DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION QTY SVC Code SA/SNA
1 DC64-01106A KNOB-ENCODER WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,-,-,WHT,-, 1 C0104 SNA
2 DC97-10795A ASSY-PANEL CONTROL WF316LAW,LOWES 1 C0002 SNA
3 DC64-01050A PANEL-CONTROL WF316LAW,ABS,-,-,-,-,WHT,I 1 C0082 SNA
4 DC64-01105A BUTTON-PUSH(P) WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,WHT,FRON 1 C0044 SA
5 DC64-01126A INLAY-PANEL WF316LAW,PET,T0.188,-,-,WHT, 1 A0242 SNA
6 DC64-01112A WINDOW-ENCODER WF326LAW,SAN,-,-,-,-,TRAN 1 C0008 SNA
7 DC66-00413A LEVER-POWER GW-PJT,POM,-,-,-,-,NTR,ENTRY 1 C0108 SA
8 MFS-F2WLHA-T0 ASSY PCB PARTS(M) MFS-F2WLHA-T0 1 Y0161 SA
9 MFS-FTWTHA-00 ASSY PCB PARTS(M) MFS-FTWTHA-00 1 Y0161 SA
10 MES-AG3MOD-S2 ASSY PCB PARTS(S) MES-AG3MOD-S2 1 Y0162 SA
11 MFS-MEMS-00 ASSY PCB PARTS(S) MES-MEMS-00 1 Y0162 SA
12 MFS-F2WLHA-S0 ASSY PCB PARTS(S) MFS-F2WLHA-S0 1 Y0162 SA
13 DC61-01164A GUIDE-PCB GW-PJT,ABS(V0),-,-,-,NTR,STAND 1 Y0002 SNA
14 DC61-01514A GUIDE-LED(B) WF-G106AW,HIPS,-,-,-,NTR,FR 1 SNA
15 DC61-01516A GUIDE-LED(C) WF-G106AW,HIPS,-,-,-,NTR,FR 1 SNA
16 DC97-10336A ASSY-DRAWER WF316LAW,NEAT-WHT 1 R0014 SA
17 DC97-08774A ASSY-S. DRAWER MAH9700AWW 1 SNA
18 DC61-01171A GUIDE-LIQUID GW-PJT,ABS,-,-,-,WHT,- 1 R0085 SA
19 DC67-00121B CAP-RINSE MAH9700,PP(TB53),-,-,-,MUNSELL 1 R0157 SA
20 DC64-01114A PANEL-DRAWER WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,-,-,WHT,LO 1 A0328 SNA
21 DC64-01158A MASCOT WF326LAW,NICKEL,T0.5,W10.5,L65 1 C0106 SNA
22 DC64-01113A HANDLE-DRAWER WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,-,-,WHT,F 1 R0155 SNA
23 DC97-07125C ASSY-HOUSING DRAWER WF326LAW,FRONTIER 1 R0019 SA
24 DC61-01167C HOUSING-DRAWER(L) WF326LAW,PP(TB-53),-,- 1 R0096 SA
25 DC61-01168A HOUSING-DRAWER(M) GW-PJT,PP(TB-53),-,-,- 1 R0097 SNA
26 DC61-01169A HOUSING-DRAWER(U) GW-PJT,PP(TB-53),-,-,- 1 R0098 SNA
27 DC62-00142D VALVE-WATER GW-PJT,NYLON,3WAY,MAX 10BAR, 1 W0032 SA
28 DC62-30314H VALVE-WATER GW-PJT,NYLON,-,MAX10BAR,NTR, 1 W0032 SA
29 DC67-00051B HOSE-DRAWER Q1636GW/XEU,EPDM,ID9.0,OD14. 1.48 R0158 SA
30 DC65-00008A CLAMPER HOSE SEW-DR605,SK5,-,-,YEL,ID14. 10 N0009 SA
31 DC65-00014A CLAMPER HOSE GW-PJT,HSWR,-,ID82,ZPC2,HOS 1 N0018 SA
32 DC65-00009A CLAMPER HOSE TS85-PJT,HSWR,-,-,YEL,OD24/ 1 N0010 SA
33 DC61-00118A CLAMPER HOSE P1291,LYLON6/6,ID27,OD30,-, 1 N0012 SNA
34 DC61-00118A CLAMPER HOSE P1291,LYLON6/6,ID27,OD30,-, 1 N0012 SNA
35 DC61-00133A CLAMPER HOSE P1291,PP(BJ-730),ID24.5,OD2 1 N0001 SNA
36 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 3 Z0008 SA
37 6002-001374 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,WE,-,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT 6 Z0055 SA
38 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 4 Z0056 SA
39 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 11 Z0008 SA
40 6002-001279 SCREW-TAPPING PWH,+,-,1,M4,L12,PASS,STS4 2 Z0013 SA
41 6002-000630 SCREW-TAPPING PH,+,-,2S,M3,L8,ZPC(YEL),S 1 Z0062 SA
42 6002-001374 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,WE,-,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT 15 Z0055 SA
43 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 5 Z0056 SA
44 6002-001373 SCREW-TAPPING HEX,+,-,2,M6.5,L40,ZPC3(WH 12 Z0046 SA
45 6002-001374 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,WE,-,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT 1 Z0055 SA
46 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 1 Z0008 SA
47 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 1 Z0056 SA
48 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 3 Z0008 SA
49 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 2 Z0008 SA
50 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 3 Z0056 SA
51 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 1 Z0056 SA
52 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 1 Z0056 SA
53 6002-001306 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,1,M4,L14,ZPC(YEL) 5 Z0015 SC
54 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),S 8 Z0006 SNA
55 6002-001294 SCREW-TAPPING BH,+,,M4,L16,ZPC(BLK) 3 Z0062 SNA
56 DC61-01168A HOUSING-DRAWER(M) GW-PJT,PP(TB-53),-,-,- 1 R0097 SNA
57 DC61-01169A HOUSING-DRAWER(U) GW-PJT,PP(TB-53),-,-,- 1 R0098 SNA
58 DC61-01170A BODY-DRAWER GW-PJT,PP(TB-53),-,-,-,-,WHT 1 R0036 SNA
59 DC61-01267A CASE-PRE WASH WINGS-PJT,PP(TB53),-,-,-,W 1 J0028 SC
60 DC63-00516A COVER-DETERGENT GW-PJT,PP(TB-53),-,-,-,- 1 R0173 SNA
61 DC64-01106A KNOB-ENCODER WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,-,-,WHT,-, 1 C0104 SNA
62 DC97-10795A ASSY-PANEL CONTROL WF316LAW,LOWES 1 C0002 SNA
63 DC64-01105A BUTTON-PUSH(P) WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,WHT,FRON 1 C0044 SA
64 DC97-10336A ASSY-DRAWER WF316LAW,NEAT-WHT 1 R0014 SA
65 DC64-01114A PANEL-DRAWER WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,-,-,WHT,LO 1 A0328 SNA
66 DC64-01113A HANDLE-DRAWER WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,-,-,WHT,F 1 R0155 SNA
67 DC67-00121B CAP-RINSE MAH9700,PP(TB53),-,-,-,MUNSELL 1 R0157 SA
7-1
7-2
1
20
4
16
21
19
17
18
8
6
5
24
9
3
2
13
15
10
22
14
23
11
NO. CODE NO. DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION QTY SVC Code SA/SNA
1 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 3 Z0008 SA
2 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 3 Z0008 SA
3 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 2 Z0008 SA
4 6002-001374 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,WE,-,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT 6 Z0055 SA
5 6002-001374 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,WE,-,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT 15 Z0055 SA
6 6002-001374 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,WE,-,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT 1 Z0055 SA
7 DC64-00504A DOOR-GLASS TS85-PJT,BOROSILICATE,-,-,-,- 1 D0061 SC
8 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 4 Z0056 SA
9 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 5 Z0056 SA
10 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 1 Z0056 SA
11 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 3 Z0056 SA
12 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 1 Z0056 SA
13 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 1 Z0056 SA
14 DC63-00673A COVER-DOOR WF316LAW,ABS,T2.8,-,-,-,-,CR- 1 D0106
15 DC64-01120A DOOR-SAFETY WF326LAW,PET,T2.8,-,-,-,NTR, 1 D0066 SA
16 6002-001279 SCREW-TAPPING
17 DC61-01520A HOLDER-GLASS WF326LAW,PP(TB53),T2.8,-,-, 1 D0081 SA
18 DC66-00326A LEVER-DOOR TS85-PJT,POM,-,W24,L54,-,WHT, 1 D0107 SA
19 6001-001773 SCREW-MACHINE TH,+,-,M5,L12,PASS,STS430, 2 Z0027 SA
20 DC61-01518A FRAME-FRONT WF326LAW,SECC,-,-,WHT,T0.8,W 1 F0103
21 DC97-10718A ASSY-HINGE DOOR FRONTIER-PJT,SINGLE 1
22 DC97-04973A ASSY-WIRE DIAPHRAGM TS85-PJT,FRAME-FRONT 1 R0030 SA
23 DC63-00673A COVER-DOOR WF316LAW,ABS,T2.8,-,-,-,-,CR- 1 D0106
24 DC64-01120A DOOR-SAFETY WF326LAW,PET,T2.8,-,-,-,NTR, 1 D0066 SA
7~2. THE DOOR PARTS
7-3
18
60
62
68
64
66
65
50
7-3. THE TUB PARTS
NO. CODE NO. DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION QTY SVC Code SA/SNA
1 6002-001373 SCREW-TAPPING HEX,+,-,2,M6.5,L40,ZPC3(WH 12 Z0046 SA
2 6002-001374 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,WE,-,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT 6 Z0055 SA
3 6011-001554 BOLT-ETC M6,L56,ZPC3(WHT),SWRCH10A,P1.0 6 U0097 SA
4 6011-001559 BOLT-HEX M10,L41,ZPC3(WHT),SM10C,- 4 U0320 SA
5 DC31-00049A MOTOR-DRUM NEWMOTECH,SEW-HW125,-,-,-,-,1 1 H0075 SA
6 DC47-00006G HEATER -,GW-PJT,STS316L,1000W,7.92~8. 1 U0358 SA
7 DC60-50148B NUT-HEX SM20C(NYLON),M12,-,-,ZPC3(YEL) 1 Z0004 SA
8 DC60-60044A WASHER-PLAIN -,ID10.5,OD30,T3,-,STS304 1 U0353 SA
9 DC60-60044A WASHER-PLAIN -,ID10.5,OD30,T3,-,STS304 2 U0353 SA
10 DC60-60044A WASHER-PLAIN -,ID10.5,OD30,T3,-,STS304 2 U0353 SA
11 DC60-60049A WASHER-SPRING -,ID10.5,OD18,T2.5,-,SIR 1 U0362 SA
12 DC61-01257A SPRING-HANGER GW-PJT,HSWR,4,ID26,OD30,L2 2 A0351 SA
13 DC67-00139A WEIGHT-BALANCER(F) GW-PJT,GC,-,-,-,RED,F 2 U0086 SA
14 DC97-02412F ASSY-BOLT MAH2400AWW,MOTOR/M8*L62 4 U0365 SA
15 DC97-10337A ASSY-DRUM WF326LAW,FRONTIER 1 R0001 SA
16 6011-001491 BOLT-FLANGE M8,L38.5,PASS,STS304,P1.25,H 6 Z0023 SA
17 DC66-00386A DRUM-FRONT GW-PJT,STS430 H/L NO4,-,ID561 1 R0002 SNA
18 DC66-00387A DRUM-BACK GW-PJT,STS430 H/L NO4,ID561,OD 1 R0005 SNA
19 DC66-00388B DRUM-WRAPPER GW-PJT,STS430 H/L NO4,T0.6, 1 R0003 SNA
20 DC66-00434A DRUM-LIFTER WF326LAW,PP(TI42),-,-,L314,G 3 R0006 SA
21 DC97-06986A ASSY-FLANGE SHAFT GW-PJT,ALDC+SM45C/DD-T 1 R0007 SA
22 6011-001553 BOLT-ETC M7.5,L30,ZPC3(WHT),SWRCH18A,HE 20 U0097 SNA
23 6011-001557 BOLT-HEX M8,L66,ZPC3(WHT),SM10C,- 2 U0320 SA
24 6011-001557 BOLT-HEX M8,L66,ZPC3(WHT),SM10C,- 2 U0320 SA
25 DC60-60044A WASHER-PLAIN -,ID10.5,OD30,T3,-,STS304 1 U0353 SA
26 DC61-00219C CLIP-HOSE SK-5,WSLS1100A,ID35 OD37.4,ZPC 1 N0020 SA
27 DC61-01482A BRACKET-HEATER GW-PJT,STS430/304,T0.5,W9 1 U0359 SA
28 DC61-01338A BRACKET-HOUSING BEARING GW-PJT,SBHG1-A(G 1 U0112 SA
29 DC65-00014A CLAMPER HOSE GW-PJT,HSWR,-,ID82,ZPC2,HOS 1 N0018 SA
30 DC65-20008C CABLE CLAMP DA-8N,NYLON#66,-,-,NTR,ID13. 1 U0363 SA
31 DC66-00343A DAMPER-SHOCK SEW-HW125,-,-,-,-,-,-,30-50 2 U0133 SA
32 DC67-00123A HOSE-O.F GW-PJT,EPDM,-,-,T2.0,-,BLK,- 1 I0047 SA
33 DC67-00126A HOSE-DRAIN GW-PJT,EPDM,OD 68,-,T2.0,-,BL 1 I0043 SA
34 DC67-00155A HOSE-O.F(I) WINGS-PJT,EPDM,-,-,T2.0,-,BL 1 U0185 SA
35 DC69-00804A PACKING-TUB GW-PJT,EPDM-FORM,-,PI8,W624, 1 U0364 SA
36 DC72-00001D BAND-RING WINGS-PJT,HSWR,T2.4,-,-,YEL,ID 2 W0031 SA
37 DC72-00035A BAND-RING WINGS-PJT,HSWR,T4,-,-,YEL,HOSE 2 W0031 SA
38 DC97-08649A ASSY-SEMI TUB BACK WINGS-PJT,SAMBAK 1 U0078 SNA
39 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 3 Z0008 SA
40 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 11 Z0008 SA
41 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 1 Z0008 SA
42 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 3 Z0008 SA
43 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 2 Z0008 SA
44 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 1 Z0056 SA
45 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 3 Z0056 SA
46 6011-001557 BOLT-HEX M8,L66,ZPC3(WHT),SM10C,- 2 U0320 SA
47 DC60-60044A WASHER-PLAIN -,ID10.5,OD30,T3,-,STS304 1 U0353 SA
48 DC60-60044A WASHER-PLAIN -,ID10.5,OD30,T3,-,STS304 2 U0353 SA
49 DC60-60044A WASHER-PLAIN -,ID10.5,OD30,T3,-,STS304 2 U0353 SA
50 DC61-00118A CLAMPER HOSE P1291,LYLON6/6,ID27,OD30,-, 1 N0012 SNA
51 DC61-01172A GUIDE-WATER GW-PJT,FRPP(GF15%),T2.5,-,-, 1 P0148 SA
52 DC63-10003E SPONGE-HOSE AIR GW-PJT,HB22-GREY,-,T130, 1 U0367 SA
53 DC64-00802A DOOR-DIAPHRAGM GW-PJT,EPDM,T1.5,-,-,-,GR 1 U0029 SA
54 DC65-20008C CABLE CLAMP DA-8N,NYLON#66,-,-,NTR,ID13. 1 U0363 SA
55 DC66-00343C DAMPER-SHOCK GW-PJT,-,-,-,-,-,-,60N 2 U0133 SA
56 DC67-00122A HOSE-DRAWER TUB GW-PJT,EPDM,-,-,-,-,BLK, 1 I0046 SA
57 DC72-00001A BAND-RING DRUM-MODEL,HSWR,-,-,-,,YEL,ID6 1 W0031 SA
58 DC97-04981D ASSY-CLAMP DIAPHGRAM WINGS-PJT,HSWR/ZPC4 1 U0038 SA
59 DC63-10002Q SPONGE-HARNESS KS-PJT,PU-FOAM,-,T3,W100, 1 W0059 SNA
60 DC67-00124A HOSE-PRESSURE GW-PJT,EPDM,-,-,-,-,BLK,- 1 I0078 SA
61 DC97-08650A ASSY-SEMI TUB FRONT WINGS-PJT,SAMBAK 1 U0079 SA
62 DC62-00156A SEAL-OIL TS85-PJT,NBR(SD45.5),BLK,-,-,- 1 U0016 SA
63 6031-001523 WASHER-WAVE SK5,-,ID35,OD45,T0.6,ZPC2,- 1 U0354 SA
64 DC66-10003B WIRE-VINYL SEW-100JL,PVC,-,T2.0*L150,- 4 SNA
65 DC61-01431A BRACKET-TUB(B) WINGS-PJT,SBHG1-A,T0.4,-, 1 U0385 SA
66 DC61-01414A BRACKET-TUB(F) WINGS-PJT,SBHG1-A,T0.4,-, 1 U0384 SA
67 DC65-00009A CLAMPER HOSE TS85-PJT,HSWR,-,-,YEL,OD24/ 1 N0010 SA
68 DC97-08649A ASSY-SEMI TUB BACK WINGS-PJT,SAMBAK 1 U0078 SNA
69 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 1 Z0056 SA
70 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 3 Z0056 SA
71 DC66-10003B WIRE-VINYL SEW-100JL,PVC,-,T2.0*L150,- 2 SNA
72 DC66-10003B WIRE-VINYL SEW-100JL,PVC,-,T2.0*L150,- 1 SNA
73 DC66-10003B WIRE-VINYL SEW-100JL,PVC,-,T2.0*L150,- 4 SNA
29
24
37
63
61
67
59
2
29
24
37
59
7-4
1
4 3 2
19
20
17
7
18
24
37
37
6
16
5
8
8
56
50
54
51
9
62
27 31
48
53
32
33
23
13
26 57
58
15
52
55
55
55
56
19
46
28
22
22
23
15
( ASSY-PUMP DRAIN )
( ASSY-ABSORBER )
19-1 19-3
19-2
19-4
15-6
15-4
15-1
15-3
15-5
47
45 A :
B : 25
43
42
59
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
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15-9
15-2
36 60
49
61
44
62
44
7-4. THE FRAME PARTS
NO. CODE NO. DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION QTY SVC Code SA/SNA
1 6002-001374 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,WE,-,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT 6 Z0055 SA
2 6002-001374 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,WE,-,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT 15 Z0055 SA
3 6002-001374 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,WE,-,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT 1 Z0055 SA
4 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 4 Z0056 SA
5 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 5 Z0056 SA
6 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 1 Z0056 SA
7 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 3 Z0056 SA
8 6009-001458 SCREW-SPECIAL CH,+,-,M4,L10,ZPC3(BLK),SW 2 Z0047 SA
9 DC61-01166A FRAME-PLATE(U) GW-PJT,EGI,-,-,-,T1.6,-,- 1 F0125 SA
10 DC67-00172A CAP-O.F GW-PJT,PP,T2.8,-,-,GRY,OVER FL 1 A0047 SNA
11 DC96-00774A ASSY-PUMP DRAIN WINGS-PJT,80W(120V/60Hz) 1 J0013 SA
12 6002-001294 SCREW-TAPPING BH,+,,M4,L16,ZPC(BLK) 3 Z0062 SNA
13 DC31-00054A PUMP-DRAIN -,120V,60Hz,40mm,80W/3600RPM 1 J0025 SNA
14 DC61-01424A BRACKET-PUMP WINGS-PJT,GA,T1.2,W185,L115 1 J0017 SA
15 DC61-01254A CASE-PUMP WINGS-PJT,PP(5113MF6),T3,W110, 1 J0019 SNA
16 DC62-00202A VALVE-CHECK WINGS,EPDM,PO30,1~10BAR,BLK, 1 F0223 SA
17 DC63-00619A CUSHION-PUMP MAH9700AWW,EPDM,-,-,-,-,WIN 1 J0029 SA
18 DC97-03716C ASSY-SENSOR PRESSURE SEW-3HW123,DN-S14T/ 1 Q0006 SA
19 DC61-00553C HOLDER-WIRE SADDLE -,NYLON66,-,-,-,NTR,D 3 M0048 SA
20 DC61-01200A GUIDE-WIRE GW-PJT,SBHG1-A,T1.0,W52,-,NTR 1 U0161 SA
21 DC97-08635D ASSY-ABSORBER FRONTIER,970/1080 1 U0380 SA
22 DC61-01403A BRACKET-ABSORBER GW27,SBHG1-A,T1.0,W170, 1 U0378 SNA
23 DC61-01404A SPRING-ABSORBER GW-PJT,SWC,CD2,ID16,OD20 8 U0379 SNA
24 DC67-00170A WEIGHT-ABSORBER GW-PJT,ZNDC,WEIGHT390G,- 1 SNA
25 DC67-00170B WEIGHT-ABSORBER GW-PJT,ZNDC,WEIGHT305G,- 1 SNA
26 6009-001476 SCREW-HEX HEX,+,-,M5,L10,ZPC3(BLK),SWRCH 2 Z0048 SA
27 6502-000127 CABLE CLAMP DAWH-18NB,ID15,-,NYLON66,NTR 5 U0363 SA
28 DC29-00013A FILTER-EMI LFT-215G,WINGS_PJT,250VAC,15A 1 W0036 SA
29 DC61-00133A CLAMPER HOSE P1291,PP(BJ-730),ID24.5,OD2 1 N0001 SNA
30 DC61-00274A GUIDE-HOSE P/PV/M,PP,-,-,-,WHT,FRAME/DRA 1 A0083 SA
31 DC61-01432A LEG-RUBBER MAH9700AWW,BUTYL,-,GRY,-,WING 1 B0073 SNA
32 DC63-00522A COVER-BACK GW-PJT,GI,T0.4,W426,L507,-,-, 1 A0282 SA
33 DC96-00757A ASSY POWER CORD GW-PJT,GW,UL/CSA,3/16AWG 1 W0002 SA
34 DC97-07126A ASSY-HOSE WATER GW-PJT,HOT 1 I0040 SC
35 DC97-07127A ASSY-HOSE WATER GW-PJT,COLD 1 I0040 SC
36 DC97-07128D ASSY-HOSE DRAIN(I) MAH9700AWW,WINGS-PJT 1 I0023 SA
37 DC72-00001D BAND-RING WINGS-PJT,HSWR,T2.4,-,-,YEL,ID 2 W0031 SA
38 DC72-00035A BAND-RING WINGS-PJT,HSWR,T4,-,-,YEL,HOSE 2 W0031 SA
39 DC72-00001A BAND-RING DRUM-MODEL,HSWR,-,-,-,,YEL,ID6 1 W0031 SA
40 DC97-08634A ASSY-COVER TOP GW-PJT,- 1 P0001 SA
41 DC61-01256A GUIDE-SPRING GW-PJT,POM,-,-,-,NTR,- 2 A0352 SNA
42 DC61-01180A FRAME WINGS-PJT,PCM,-,-,WHT,T1.0,-,- 1 F0094 SNA
43 DC61-01182B BRACKET-SPRING(L) WINGS-PJT,SBHG1-A,T1.6 1 F0079 SNA
44 DC61-01183B BRACKET-SPRING(R) WINGS-PJT,SBHG1-A,T1.6 1 U0364 SNA
45 DC97-06994A ASSY-PLATE BOTTOM GW-PJT,SBHG1-A/T1.6 1 F0066 SNA
46 DC97-08740C ASSY-CAP O.F GW-PJT,SUDS 2 A0372 SA
47 DC61-40081A HOLDER-WIRE DAWH-2NC,NYLON66,-,-,-,-,NTR 5 N0006 SA
48 DC62-10278A HOSE-HANGER -,PP(JS20),-,-,-,-,NTR,- 1 I0030 SA
49 DC97-07448A ASSY-FIXER TUB GW-PJT,POWER CORD 4 A0025 SA
50 DC97-06995A ASSY-FRAME GW-PJT,H+COLD 1 F0028 SA
51 DC66-10003B WIRE-VINYL SEW-100JL,PVC,-,T2.0*L150,- 2 SNA
52 DC66-10003B WIRE-VINYL SEW-100JL,PVC,-,T2.0*L150,- 2 SNA
53 6011-001565 BOLT-HEX M6,L35.1,ZPC(YEL),SWCH25K,TAPP 3 U0320 SA
54 DC61-00118A CLAMPER HOSE P1291,LYLON6/6,ID27,OD30,-, 1 N0012 SNA
55 DC61-01432A LEG-RUBBER MAH9700AWW,BUTYL,-,GRY,-,WING 1 B0073 SNA
56 6021-001203 NUT-HEXAGON FLANGE 1C,M10,ZPC(YEL),SCP-1 1 B0076 SNA
57 DC97-07128D ASSY-HOSE DRAIN(I) MAH9700AWW,WINGS-PJT 1 I0023 SA
58 DC61-00219C CLIP-HOSE SK-5,WSLS1100A,ID35 OD37.4,ZPC 1 N0020 SA
59 6002-001306 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,1,M4,L14,ZPC(YEL) 5 Z0015 SC
60 DC63-00523A COVER-TOP GW-PJT,SECC(EGI),T1.0,W684,L56 1 P0053 SNA
61 DC97-06995A ASSY-FRAME GW-PJT,H+COLD 1 F0028 SA
62 DC97-08740C ASSY-CAP O.F GW-PJT,SUDS 2 A0372 SA
7-5
Memo
8-1
8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
-You can search for updated part codes through ITSELF web site.
URL : http://itself.sec.samsung.co.kr/
Level CODE NO. DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION QTY SVC-Code SA
..2 6001-001773 SCREW-MACHINE TH,+,-,M5,L12,PASS,STS430, 2 Z0027 SA
..2 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 3 Z0008 SA
..2 6002-001374 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,WE,-,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT 6 Z0055 SA
..2 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 4 Z0056 SA
..2 6003-001563 SCREW-TAPTITE TH,+,-,S,M4,L8,ZPC3(BLK),S 2 SA
..2 6009-001476 SCREW-HEX HEX,+,-,M5,L10,ZPC3(BLK),SWRCH 2 Z0048 SA
..2 DC63-00522A COVER-BACK GW-PJT,GI,T0.4,W426,L507,-,-, 1 A0282 SA
..2 DC97-04973A ASSY-WIRE DIAPHRAGM TS85-PJT,FRAME-FRONT 1 R0030 SA
..2 DC97-07448A ASSY-FIXER TUB GW-PJT,POWER CORD 4 A0025 SA
..2 DC97-08634A ASSY-COVER TOP GW-PJT,- 1 P0001 SA
..2 DC97-10336A ASSY-DRAWER WF316LAW,NEAT-WHT 1 R0014 SA
...3 DC61-01171A GUIDE-LIQUID GW-PJT,ABS,-,-,-,WHT,- 1 R0085 SA
...3 DC67-00121B CAP-RINSE MAH9700,PP(TB53),-,-,-,MUNSELL 1 R0157 SA
..2 DC97-10340A ASSY-FRAME FRONT WF326LAW,FRONTIER 1 F0064 SA
...3 DC61-01222A BRACKET-HINGE WINGS-DRYER,SECC(EGI),T1.6 1 D0048 SA
...3 DC72-00034B SPONGE-EPDM MAH2400,EPDM,-,T1,W15,L500,W 3 D0111 SA
...3 DC97-10338A ASSY-COVER DOOR WF326LAW,FRONTIER 1 D0010 SA
....4 DC64-01120A DOOR-SAFETY WF326LAW,PET,T2.8,-,-,-,NTR, 1 D0066 SA
...3 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 11 Z0008 SA
...3 6002-001279 SCREW-TAPPING PWH,+,-,1,M4,L12,PASS,STS4 2 Z0013 SA
...3 6009-001476 SCREW-HEX HEX,+,-,M5,L10,ZPC3(BLK),SWRCH 1 Z0048 SA
...3 DC61-01520A HOLDER-GLASS WF326LAW,PP(TB53),T2.8,-,-, 1 D0081 SA
...3 DC66-00326A LEVER-DOOR TS85-PJT,POM,-,W24,L54,-,WHT, 1 D0107 SA
....4 DC61-00891A GUIDE-HINGE HAUZEN(DOM),POM,-,-,-,WHT,HI 4 D0072 SA
....4 DC61-01532A HINGE-DOOR WF326LAW,ZNDC,T3.8,-,-,-,-,FR 1 D0108 SA
...3 DC64-01108A BUTTON-ENCODER WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,WHT,FRON 1 C0105 SA
...3 DC97-10511A ASSY-KNOB ENCODER FRONTIER,LOWES 1 C0029 SA
....4 MFS-F13DL-S0 ASSY PCB PARTS(S) MFS-F13DL-S0 FRONTIER 1 Y0162 SA
.....5 DC41-00045A PCB-SUB FRONTIER,FR-1,NL 1,-,T1.6,197x 1 SA
...3 DC97-10513A ASSY-S.PANEL CONTROL WF316LAW,WHT 1 SA
....4 DC64-01105A BUTTON-PUSH(P) WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,WHT,FRON 1 C0044 SA
....4 DC66-00413A LEVER-POWER GW-PJT,POM,-,-,-,-,NTR,ENTRY 1 C0108 SA
...3 MFS-F2WLHA-T0 ASSY PCB PARTS(M) MFS-F2WLHA-T0 1 Y0161 SA
....4 MFS-F2WLHA-S0 ASSY PCB PARTS(S) MFS-F2WLHA-S0 1 Y0162 SA
.....5 DC41-00045A PCB-SUB FRONTIER,FR-1,NL 1,-,T1.6,197x 1 SA
....4 MFS-FTWTHA-00 ASSY PCB PARTS(M) MFS-FTWTHA-00 1 Y0161 SA
.....5 6002-000630 SCREW-TAPPING PH,+,-,2S,M3,L8,ZPC(YEL),S 1 Z0062 SA
...3 DC61-01445A GUIDE-CUSHION MAH98700AWW,PP,T2.8,-,-,-, 1 X0050 SA
..2 6002-001374 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,WE,-,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT 15 Z0055 SA
..2 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 5 Z0056 SA
..2 6003-001563 SCREW-TAPTITE TH,+,-,S,M4,L8,ZPC3(BLK),S 4 SA
..2 6009-001458 SCREW-SPECIAL CH,+,-,M4,L10,ZPC3(BLK),SW 2 Z0047 SA
..2 6011-001559 BOLT-HEX M10,L41,ZPC3(WHT),SM10C,- 4 U0320 SA
..2 DC29-00013A FILTER-EMI LFT-215G,WINGS_PJT,250VAC,15A 1 W0036 SA
..2 DC61-01166A FRAME-PLATE(U) GW-PJT,EGI,-,-,-,T1.6,-,- 1 F0125 SA
..2 DC64-00519B DOOR-LOCK S/W GW-PJT,PP-GF,-,-,-,-,BLK,1 1 C0058 SA
..2 DC97-07125C ASSY-HOUSING DRAWER WF326LAW,FRONTIER 1 R0019 SA
...3 DC65-00008A CLAMPER HOSE SEW-DR605,SK5,-,-,YEL,ID14. 10 N0009 SA
...3 DC67-00051B HOSE-DRAWER Q1636GW/XEU,EPDM,ID9.0,OD14. 1.48 R0158 SA
...3 DC61-01167C HOUSING-DRAWER(L) WF326LAW,PP(TB-53),-,- 1 R0096 SA
...3 DC61-70029C SPRING-CLIP SEW-HW125,HSWR67,CD1.2,ID8.5 2 N0008 SA
...3 DC62-00142D VALVE-WATER GW-PJT,NYLON,3WAY,MAX 10BAR, 1 W0032 SA
...3 DC62-30314H VALVE-WATER GW-PJT,NYLON,-,MAX10BAR,NTR, 1 W0032 SA
...3 DC67-00089F HOSE-WATER WF326LAW,EPDM,ID5,OD9,T2,L190 1 I0003 SA
...3 DC97-08800A ASSY-S.HOUSING DRAWER MAH9700AWW,- 1 R0159 SA
...3 DC61-00553C HOLDER-WIRE SADDLE -,NYLON66,-,-,-,NTR,D 3 M0048 SA
...3 DC61-01200A GUIDE-WIRE GW-PJT,SBHG1-A,T1.0,W52,-,NTR 1 U0161 SA
..2 DC97-08635D ASSY-ABSORBER FRONTIER,970/1080 1 U0380 SA
..2 MES-AG3MOD-S2 ASSY PCB PARTS(S) MES-AG3MOD-S2 1 Y0162 SA
8-2
8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
Level CODE NO. DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION QTY SVC_Code SA
..2 MFS-MEMS-00 ASSY PCB PARTS(S) MES-MEMS-00 1 Y0162 SA
..2 DC63-00693A COVER-DOOR SWITCH FRONTIER,PP(V0),-,-,-, 1 D0106 SA
..2 6002-001373 SCREW-TAPPING HEX,+,-,2,M6.5,L40,ZPC3(WH 12 Z0046 SA
..2 6002-001374 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,WE,-,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT 1 Z0055 SA
..2 6011-001554 BOLT-ETC M6,L56,ZPC3(WHT),SWRCH10A,P1.0 6 U0097 SA
..2 6031-001523 WASHER-WAVE SK5,-,ID35,OD45,T0.6,ZPC2,- 1 U0354 SA
..2 DC31-00049A MOTOR-DRUM NEWMOTECH,SEW-HW125,-,-,-,-,1 1 H0075 SA
..2 DC47-00006G HEATER -,GW-PJT,STS316L,1000W,7.92~8. 1 U0358 SA
..2 DC60-50148B NUT-HEX SM20C(NYLON),M12,-,-,ZPC3(YEL) 1 Z0004 SA
..2 DC60-60044A WASHER-PLAIN -,ID10.5,OD30,T3,-,STS304 1 U0353 SA
..2 DC60-60049A WASHER-SPRING -,ID10.5,OD18,T2.5,-,SIR 1 U0362 SA
..2 DC67-00139A WEIGHT-BALANCER(F) GW-PJT,GC,-,-,-,RED,F 2 U0086 SA
..2 DC97-02412F ASSY-BOLT MAH2400AWW,MOTOR/M8*L62 4 U0365 SA
..2 DC97-03716C ASSY-SENSOR PRESSURE SEW-3HW123,DN-S14T/ 1 Q0006 SA
...3 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 1 Z0008 SA
...3 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 1 Z0056 SA
...3 6011-001557 BOLT-HEX M8,L66,ZPC3(WHT),SM10C,- 2 U0320 SA
...3 DC60-60044A WASHER-PLAIN -,ID10.5,OD30,T3,-,STS304 2 U0353 SA
...3 DC61-00219C CLIP-HOSE SK-5,WSLS1100A,ID35 OD37.4,ZPC 1 N0020 SA
...3 DC61-01338A
BRACKET-HOUSING
BEARING
GW-PJT,SBHG1-A(G 1 U0112 SA
...3 DC62-00156A SEAL-OIL TS85-PJT,NBR(SD45.5),BLK,-,-,- 1 U0016 SA
...3 DC65-00014A CLAMPER HOSE GW-PJT,HSWR,-,ID82,ZPC2,HOS 1 N0018 SA
...3 DC65-20008C CABLE CLAMP DA-8N,NYLON#66,-,-,NTR,ID13. 1 U0363 SA
...3 DC67-00123A HOSE-O.F GW-PJT,EPDM,-,-,T2.0,-,BLK,- 1 I0047 SA
...3 DC67-00126A HOSE-DRAIN GW-PJT,EPDM,OD 68,-,T2.0,-,BL 1 I0043 SA
...3 DC67-00155A HOSE-O.F(I) WINGS-PJT,EPDM,-,-,T2.0,-,BL 1 U0185 SA
...3 DC69-00804A PACKING-TUB GW-PJT,EPDM-FORM,-,PI8,W624, 1 U0364 SA
...3 DC72-00001D BAND-RING WINGS-PJT,HSWR,T2.4,-,-,YEL,ID 2 W0031 SA
...3 DC72-00035A BAND-RING WINGS-PJT,HSWR,T4,-,-,YEL,HOSE 2 W0031 SA
...3 DC61-01431A BRACKET-TUB(B) WINGS-PJT,SBHG1-A,T0.4,-, 1 U0385 SA
...3 DC61-01482A BRACKET-HEATER GW-PJT,STS430/304,T0.5,W9 1 U0359 SA
...3 DC66-00343A DAMPER-SHOCK SEW-HW125,-,-,-,-,-,-,30-50 2 U0133 SA
..2 DC97-10337A ASSY-DRUM WF326LAW,FRONTIER 1 R0001 SA
...3 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 3 Z0008 SA
...3 6011-001491 BOLT-FLANGE M8,L38.5,PASS,STS304,P1.25,H 6 Z0023 SA
...3 DC66-00434A DRUM-LIFTER WF326LAW,PP(TI42),-,-,L314,G 3 R0006 SA
...3 DC97-06986A ASSY-FLANGE SHAFT GW-PJT,ALDC+SM45C/DD-T 1 R0007 SA
...3 6002-000444 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,2S,M4,L14,PASS,STS4 2 Z0008 SA
...3 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 3 Z0056 SA
...3 6011-001557 BOLT-HEX M8,L66,ZPC3(WHT),SM10C,- 2 U0320 SA
...3 DC60-60044A WASHER-PLAIN -,ID10.5,OD30,T3,-,STS304 2 U0353 SA
...3 DC61-01172A GUIDE-WATER GW-PJT,FRPP(GF15%),T2.5,-,-, 1 P0148 SA
...3 DC61-70029C SPRING-CLIP SEW-HW125,HSWR67,CD1.2,ID8.5 1 N0008 SA
...3 DC63-10002D SPONGE-HARNESS -,PU-FOAM,-,T10,W100,L80, 1 W0059 SA
...3 DC64-00802A DOOR-DIAPHRAGM GW-PJT,EPDM,T1.5,-,-,-,GR 1 U0029 SA
...3 DC65-00009A CLAMPER HOSE TS85-PJT,HSWR,-,-,YEL,OD24/ 1 N0010 SA
...3 DC66-00343C DAMPER-SHOCK GW-PJT,-,-,-,-,-,-,60N 2 U0133 SA
...3 DC67-00122A HOSE-DRAWER TUB GW-PJT,EPDM,-,-,-,-,BLK, 1 I0046 SA
...3 DC72-00001A BAND-RING DRUM-MODEL,HSWR,-,-,-,,YEL,ID6 1 W0031 SA
....4 DC67-00124A HOSE-PRESSURE GW-PJT,EPDM,-,-,-,-,BLK,- 1 I0078 SA
...3 DC97-08650A ASSY-SEMI TUB FRONT WINGS-PJT,SAMBAK 1 U0079 SA
...3 DC61-01414A BRACKET-TUB(F) WINGS-PJT,SBHG1-A,T0.4,-, 1 U0384 SA
...3 DC63-10003E SPONGE-HOSE AIR GW-PJT,HB22-GREY,-,T130, 1 U0367 SA
...3 DC97-04981D ASSY-CLAMP DIAPHGRAM WINGS-PJT,HSWR/ZPC4 1 U0038 SA
...3 DC60-40146A BOLT-SPANER -,-,OD36,T2.5,L52,FE,FZY,-,P 1 A0034 SA
...3 DC61-10688A CAP-FIXER SWF-P12,PP(TB53),-,-,-,WHT,-, 6 A0043 SA
...3 DC62-10278A HOSE-HANGER -,PP(JS20),-,-,-,-,NTR,- 1 I0030 SA
..2 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 1 Z0056 SA
..2 6011-001565 BOLT-HEX M6,L35.1,ZPC(YEL),SWCH25K,TAPP 3 U0320 SA
8-3
8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
Level CODE NO. DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION QTY SVC-Code SA
..2 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 1 Z0056 SA
..2 6011-001565 BOLT-HEX M6,L35.1,ZPC(YEL),SWCH25K,TAPP 3 U0320 SA
..2 6502-000127 CABLE CLAMP DAWH-18NB,ID15,-,NYLON66,NTR 5 U0363 SA
..2 DC61-00274A GUIDE-HOSE P/PV/M,PP,-,-,-,WHT,FRAME/DRA 1 A0083 SA
..2 DC61-01257A SPRING-HANGER GW-PJT,HSWR,4,ID26,OD30,L2 2 A0351 SA
..2 DC61-40081A HOLDER-WIRE DAWH-2NC,NYLON66,-,-,-,-,NTR 5 N0006 SA
..2 DC96-00757A ASSY POWER CORD GW-PJT,GW,UL/CSA,3/16AWG 1 W0002 SA
..2 DC96-00774A ASSY-PUMP DRAIN WINGS-PJT,80W(120V/60Hz) 1 J0013 SA
...3 6002-001376 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC3 (WHT) 1 Z0056 SA
...3 DC62-00202A VALVE-CHECK WINGS,EPDM,PO30,1~10BAR,BLK, 1 F0223 SA
...3 DC61-01424A BRACKET-PUMP WINGS-PJT,GA,T1.2,W185,L115 1 J0017 SA
...3 DC99-00704A ASSY-CUSHION PUMP MAH9700AWW,WINGS-WASHE 3 SA
....4 6031-001531 WASHER-PLAIN SCP1,-,ID7,OD14,T0.8,ZPC2(Y 1 U0353 SA
....4 DC63-00619A CUSHION-PUMP MAH9700AWW,EPDM,-,-,-,-,WIN 1 J0029 SA
..2 DC96-01043A ASSY-M.WIRE HARNESS WF326LAW,SILVER KIT 1 W0004 SA
..2 DC97-06995A ASSY-FRAME GW-PJT,H+COLD 1 F0028 SA
..2 DC97-07128D ASSY-HOSE DRAIN(I) MAH9700AWW,WINGS-PJT 1 I0023 SA
...3 DC61-00219C CLIP-HOSE SK-5,WSLS1100A,ID35 OD37.4,ZPC 1 N0020 SA
...3 DC62-10022G HOSE-PUMP SWF-P12,PP(BB110),ID21,OD26,-, 1 W0030 SA
..2 DC97-08740C ASSY-CAP O.F GW-PJT,SUDS 2 A0372 SA
...3 DC67-00172A CAP-O.F GW-PJT,PP,T2.8,-,-,GRY,OVER FL 1 A0047 SA
..2 DC97-08838A ASSY-LEG MAH9700AWW,GRY/BUTYL+BOLT 4 B0070 SA
...3 DC61-01267A CASE-PRE WASH WINGS-PJT,PP(TB53),-,-,-,W 1 J0028 SC
...3 DC64-00504A DOOR-GLASS TS85-PJT,BOROSILICATE,-,-,-,- 1 D0061 SC
...3 6002-001306 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,1,M4,L14,ZPC(YEL) 5 Z0015 SC
...3 DC97-07126A ASSY-HOSE WATER GW-PJT,HOT 1 I0040 SC
...3 DC97-07127A ASSY-HOSE WATER GW-PJT,COLD 1 I0040 SC
0.1 DC96-01053A ASSY-CONTROL WF316LAW,BETTER/WHT 1 C0027
...3 DC61-01539A PLATE-STEEL MAH9700AWW,SBHG1-(GI),T0.4,W 1 Y0159
..2 DC63-10001K SPONGE-EPDM SWF-P12,EPDM,-,T3,W15,L530,B 1 D0111
..2 DC69-00209A WOOD-STAY SEW-PH100,NAWANG,-,T20,W570,L3 2
..2 DC69-00923A CUSHION-DOOR MDE9700AYW,PS-FOAM,T8,W40,L 1 D0053
..2 DC69-00935A PACKING CASE-DESIGN WF326AW,SW3,-,-,W748 1 A0015
..2 DC69-00967A CUSHION-TOP WF326LAW,PS-FOAM,-,-,-,-,-,N 1 A0197
...3 DC60-60044B WASHER-PLAIN SBC,ID8.4,OD30,T3,-,-,- 1 U0353
...3 DC61-01253A FIXER-TUB GW-PJT,TB52,T8.0,WHT,OD25/L110 1 U0144
...3 DC61-01272A FIXER-WASHER GW-PJT,NYLON,T2.0,NTR,FIXER 1
...3 6011-001549 BOLT-HEX M8,L155,ZPC(YEL),SWRCH18A,TAPP 1 U0320
...3 DC61-01406A FIXER-RUBBER GW-PJT,EPDM,T5.0,NTR,- 1
...3 DC63-00523A COVER-TOP GW-PJT,SECC(EGI),T1.0,W684,L56 1 P0053
...3 DC63-10002Q SPONGE-HARNESS KS-PJT,PU-FOAM,-,T3,W100, 1 W0059
...3 DC61-01170A BODY-DRAWER GW-PJT,PP(TB-53),-,-,-,-,WHT 1 R0036
...3 DC63-00672A COVER-DRAWER WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,-,-,-,WHT, 1
...3 DC64-01113A HANDLE-DRAWER WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,-,-,WHT,F 1 R0155
...3 DC64-01114A PANEL-DRAWER WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,-,-,WHT,LO 1 A0328
...3 DC63-00516A COVER-DETERGENT GW-PJT,PP(TB-53),-,-,-,- 1 R0173
...3 DC64-01158A MASCOT WF326LAW,NICKEL,T0.5,W10.5,L65 1 C0106
...3 DC61-01577A SPRING-DRAWER FRONTIER,STS304,C/D 0.8,I/ 1 R0122
...3 DC61-01518A FRAME-FRONT WF326LAW,SECC,-,-,WHT,T0.8,W 1 F0103
..2 DC97-10671A ASSY-DOOR WF316LAW,STS-DECO 1 D0001
....4 DC63-00673A COVER-DOOR WF316LAW,ABS,T2.8,-,-,-,-,CR- 1 D0106
....4 DC64-01121A DECORATION-DOOR WF326LAW,STS430,T0.6,-,- 1
....4 0203-001838 TAPE-DOUBLE FACE 4930,EPDM,T0.6,W41,R213 10
...3 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING TH,+,-,1,M4,L12,ZPC(YEL),S 8 Z0006
...3 DC61-01576A SUPPORT-HINGE FRONTIER-PJT,STS430,T1.2,- 1 D0105
...3 DC97-10718A ASSY-HINGE DOOR FRONTIER-PJT,SINGLE 1
..2 DC97-10795A ASSY-PANEL CONTROL WF316LAW,LOWES 1 C0002
....4 DC64-01084A KNOB-ENCODER(I) K4-PJT,ABS,-,-,-,-,WHT,- 1 C0075
....4 DC64-01106A KNOB-ENCODER WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,-,-,WHT,-, 1 C0104
8-4
Level CODE NO. DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION QTY SVC-Code SA
.....5 0401-000005 DIODE-SWITCHING 1N4148,75V,150mA,DO-35,T 8
.....5 0601-001028 LED ROUND,Y-GRN,3mm,569nm 25 Y0063
.....5 0601-001751 LED ROUND,RED,3MM,630NM,- 1 Y0063
.....5 1003-000337 IC-DARLINGTON DRIVER KID65783AP,DIP,18P, 1 Y0051
.....5 2003-000642 R-METAL OXIDE(S) 300ohm,5%,1W,AA,TP,3.3x 11
.....5 2202-002037 C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL 100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V 1
.....5 3404-001022 SWITCH-TACT 15V,20mA,130±40gf,6x6x5mm,S 11 Y0087
.....5 3711-000651 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE BOX,12P,1R,2.5mm,S 1
.....5 3711-003133 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE BOX,13P,1R,2.5mm,S 1
.....5 DC07-00038A LED DISPLAY CSV-KSW07EG,FRONTIER-PJT,-,7 1 C0011
.....5 DC34-00003A SWITCH PRESSURE V7_PJT,DC28V,10mA,24,-,J 1
.....5 DC61-01207A GUIDE-PCB(S) WINGS-DRYER,HIPS,-,-,-,NTR, 1
.....5 DC61-01514A GUIDE-LED(B) WF-G106AW,HIPS,-,-,-,NTR,FR 1
.....5 DC61-01516A GUIDE-LED(C) WF-G106AW,HIPS,-,-,-,NTR,FR 1
.....5 DE02-00036A CHEMICALS-FLUX SOLDER KS-77S,-,-,-,-,KOK 2
.....5 DE02-00060A CHEMICALS-ALCOHOL ALL,MODEL,-,-,-,-,-,- 1
.....5 DE02-00083A SOLDER-WIRE S63S,D3.0,-,-,-,-,-,-,- 10
.....5 DE02-00086A SOLDER-WIRE FLUX RS60S,-,D1.2,60SN/40PB, 1
.....5 DE13-20017A IC-DRIVE KID65003AP,DIP,16P,STICK,TR-AR 2 Y0052
.....5 DE39-60001A WIRE-SO COPPER ,PI0.6,SN,T,52MM TAPING_W 53
....4 DC61-01517B GUIDE-ENCODER WF316LAW,ABS,-,-,-,CR-COAT 1
....4 DC64-01050A PANEL-CONTROL WF316LAW,ABS,-,-,-,-,WHT,I 1 C0082
....4 DC64-01110A BUTTON-PUSH(F) WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,WHT,FRON 1 C0043
....4 DC64-01112A WINDOW-ENCODER WF326LAW,SAN,-,-,-,-,TRAN 1 C0008
....4 DC64-01118A BUTTON-PUSH(AG) WF326AW,ABS,-,-,TRANSPAR 1
....4 DC64-01126A INLAY-PANEL WF316LAW,PET,T0.188,-,-,WHT, 1 A0242
....4 DC64-01139A BUTTON-PUSH(C) WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,TRANS,FR 1
.....5 0401-000005 DIODE-SWITCHING 1N4148,75V,150mA,DO-35,T 8
.....5 0601-001028 LED ROUND,Y-GRN,3mm,569nm 35 Y0063
.....5 0601-001751 LED ROUND,RED,3MM,630NM,- 1 Y0063
.....5 1003-000337 IC-DARLINGTON DRIVER KID65783AP,DIP,18P, 1 Y0051
.....5 2003-000642 R-METAL OXIDE(S) 300ohm,5%,1W,AA,TP,3.3x 12
.....5 2202-002037 C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL 100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V 1
.....5 3404-001022 SWITCH-TACT 15V,20mA,130±40gf,6x6x5mm,S 12 Y0087
.....5 DC07-00036A LED DISPLAY CSV-KSW05EG,FRONTIER-PJT,-,7 1 C0011
.....5 DC34-00003A SWITCH PRESSURE V7_PJT,DC28V,10mA,24,-,J 1
.....5 DC61-01514A GUIDE-LED(B) WF-G106AW,HIPS,-,-,-,NTR,FR 1
.....5 DC61-01516A GUIDE-LED(C) WF-G106AW,HIPS,-,-,-,NTR,FR 1
.....5 DC97-07814A ASSY-JUMP WIRE WINGS-PJT,13P/130MM/WHT,- 2
.....5 DE02-00036A CHEMICALS-FLUX SOLDER KS-77S,-,-,-,-,KOK 2
.....5 DE02-00060A CHEMICALS-ALCOHOL ALL,MODEL,-,-,-,-,-,- 1
.....5 DE02-00083A SOLDER-WIRE S63S,D3.0,-,-,-,-,-,-,- 10
.....5 DE02-00086A SOLDER-WIRE FLUX RS60S,-,D1.2,60SN/40PB, 1
.....5 DE13-20017A IC-DRIVE KID65003AP,DIP,16P,STICK,TR-AR 2 Y0052
.....5 DE39-60001A WIRE-SO COPPER ,PI0.6,SN,T,52MM TAPING_W 51
.....5 0103-002581 RESIN-PUR CPU-55B/UEP 700FB,-,-,94V0 160.7
.....5 0103-002582 RESIN-PUR UEP 700FA/CPU-55A,-,-,94V0 80.3
.....5 0201-001354 ADHESIVE-A.C.F IR-100 BOND-EPOXY 1
.....5 0205-001027 OIL-SILICON G746,-,- 1
.....5 0401-000133 DIODE-SWITCHING RLS4148,75V,150mA,LL-34, 8
.....5 0402-000012 DIODE-RECTIFIER UF4007,1KV,1A,DO-41,TP 3
.....5 0402-000137 DIODE-RECTIFIER 1N4007,1KV,1A,DO-41,TP 1
.....5 0402-000351 DIODE-RECTIFIER 1N4937,600V,1A,DO-41,TP 3
.....5 0402-001194 DIODE-RECTIFIER SHG2D,200V,2A,-,TP 1
.....5 0402-001404 DIODE-BRIDGE GBJ1506,600V,15A,SIP-4,ST 1 E0001
.....5 0103-002581 RESIN-PUR CPU-55B/UEP 700FB,-,-,94V0 160.7
.....5 0103-002582 RESIN-PUR UEP 700FA/CPU-55A,-,-,94V0 80.3
.....5 0201-001354 ADHESIVE-A.C.F IR-100 BOND-EPOXY 1
.....5 0205-001027 OIL-SILICON G746,-,- 1
.....5 0401-000133 DIODE-SWITCHING RLS4148,75V,150mA,LL-34, 8
.....5 0402-000012 DIODE-RECTIFIER UF4007,1KV,1A,DO-41,TP 3
.....5 0402-000137 DIODE-RECTIFIER 1N4007,1KV,1A,DO-41,TP 1
8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
8-5
Level CODE NO. DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION QTY SVC-Code SA
.....5 0402-000351 DIODE-RECTIFIER 1N4937,600V,1A,DO-41,TP 3
.....5 0402-001194 DIODE-RECTIFIER SHG2D,200V,2A,-,TP 1
.....5 0402-001404 DIODE-BRIDGE GBJ1506,600V,15A,SIP-4,ST 1 E0001
.....5 0403-000537 DIODE-ZENER 1N4749A,5%,1000mW,DO-41,TP 1
.....5 0501-000316 TR-SMALL SIGNAL KSA928A-Y,PNP,1000mW,TO- 2
.....5 0504-001080 TR-DIGITAL KRC246S,NPN,200mW,2.2K/10K,SO 2 E0002
.....5 0604-000118 PHOTO-COUPLER TR,20-300%,200mW,DIP-4,ST 3
.....5 0801-000168 IC-CMOS LOGIC 4069,INVERTER,SOP,14P,150M 1 Y0050
.....5 1103-001183 IC-EEPROM 24C04,512x8,SOP,8P,5x4mm,2.5/5 1 Y0053
.....5 1202-000001 IC-VOLTAGE COMP. 7533,TO-92,3P,-,SINGLE, 1
.....5 1404-000230 THERMISTOR-PTC 27ohm,20%,-,265V,1.5A,360 1 Y0088
.....5 2001-000110 R-CARBON 10OHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 3
.....5 2001-000561 R-CARBON 27KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 1
.....5 2001-001153 R-CARBON(S) 47ohm,5%,1/2W,AA,TP,2.4x6.4m 2
.....5 2002-000321 R-COMPOSITION 1.5MOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.5X 3
.....5 2003-000448 R-METAL OXIDE(S) 100Kohm,5%,2W,AA,TP,4x1 1
.....5 2003-002036 R-METAL OXIDE(S) 51Kohm,5%,2W,AA,TP,4x12 6
.....5 2003-002299 R-METAL OXIDE 240KOHM,5%,1W,AC,TP,3.3X9. 2
.....5 0402-000351 DIODE-RECTIFIER 1N4937,600V,1A,DO-41,TP 3
.....5 0402-001194 DIODE-RECTIFIER SHG2D,200V,2A,-,TP 1
.....5 0402-001404 DIODE-BRIDGE GBJ1506,600V,15A,SIP-4,ST 1 E0001
.....5 0403-000537 DIODE-ZENER 1N4749A,5%,1000mW,DO-41,TP 1
.....5 0501-000316 TR-SMALL SIGNAL KSA928A-Y,PNP,1000mW,TO- 2
.....5 0504-001080 TR-DIGITAL KRC246S,NPN,200mW,2.2K/10K,SO 2 E0002
.....5 0604-000118 PHOTO-COUPLER TR,20-300%,200mW,DIP-4,ST 3
.....5 0801-000168 IC-CMOS LOGIC 4069,INVERTER,SOP,14P,150M 1 Y0050
.....5 1103-001183 IC-EEPROM 24C04,512x8,SOP,8P,5x4mm,2.5/5 1 Y0053
.....5 1202-000001 IC-VOLTAGE COMP. 7533,TO-92,3P,-,SINGLE, 1
.....5 1404-000230 THERMISTOR-PTC 27ohm,20%,-,265V,1.5A,360 1 Y0088
.....5 2001-000110 R-CARBON 10OHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 3
.....5 2001-000561 R-CARBON 27KOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 1
.....5 2001-001153 R-CARBON(S) 47ohm,5%,1/2W,AA,TP,2.4x6.4m 2
.....5 2002-000321 R-COMPOSITION 1.5MOHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.5X 3
.....5 2003-000448 R-METAL OXIDE(S) 100Kohm,5%,2W,AA,TP,4x1 1
.....5 2003-002036 R-METAL OXIDE(S) 51Kohm,5%,2W,AA,TP,4x12 6
.....5 2003-002299 R-METAL OXIDE 240KOHM,5%,1W,AC,TP,3.3X9. 2
.....5 2004-000218 R-METAL 10Kohm,1%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8x3.2mm 1
.....5 2007-000293 R-CHIP 100ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 10
.....5 2007-000300 R-CHIP 10Kohm,5%,1/8W,TP,2012 11
.....5 2007-000468 R-CHIP 1Kohm,5%,1/8W,TP,2012 11
.....5 2007-000477 R-CHIP 1Mohm,5%,1/8W,TP,2012 2
.....5 2007-000496 R-CHIP 2.2Kohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 2
.....5 2007-000546 R-CHIP 20Kohm,5%,1/8W,TP,2012 2
.....5 2007-000575 R-CHIP 220ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 9
.....5 2007-000671 R-CHIP 2Kohm,5%,1/8W,TP,2012 1
.....5 2007-000872 R-CHIP 4.7Kohm,5%,1/8W,TP,2012 10
.....5 2007-000931 R-CHIP 470ohm,5%,1/8W,TP,2012 1
.....5 2009-001121 R-METAL PLATE 0.03OHM,5%,5W,CL,BK,26X5X1 1
.....5 2201-000879 C-CERAMIC,DISC 2.2NF,10%,1KV,Y5P,BK,10X4 1
.....5 2202-000127 C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL 10nF,+80-20%,25V,Y5V 3
.....5 2203-000206 C-CER,CHIP 100nF,10%,50V,X7R,2012 22
.....5 2203-000239 C-CER,CHIP 0.1nF,5%,50V,C0G,2012 1
.....5 2203-000260 C-CER,CHIP 10nF,10%,50V,X7R,2012 7
.....5 2203-000444 C-CER,CHIP 1nF,10%,50V,X7R,2012 4
.....5 2203-000889 C-CER,CHIP 4.7nF,10%,50V,X7R,TP,2012 3
.....5 2301-000131 C-FILM,LEAD-PEF 100nF,5%,630V,TP,27.5x12 1
.....5 2401-000598 C-AL 1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5 1
.....5 2401-001573 C-AL 47uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,6.3x11,2.5 1
.....5 2401-001998 C-AL 1000uF,20%,25V,GP,TP,10x20,5mm 2
.....5 2401-002438 C-AL 47uF,20%,50V,WT,TP,6.3x11,5 4
.....5 2401-002463 C-AL 470uF,20%,16V,GP,TP,8x11.5,5 1
.....5 2401-003862 C-AL 820UF,20%,250V,GP,BK,30X40MM,1 2
8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
8-6
Level CODE NO. DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION QTY SVC-Code SA
.....5 2802-001202 RESONATOR-CERAMIC 16MHZ,±0.5%,TP,5.5X6. 1 Y0115
.....5 3002-001080 BUZZER-PIEZO 85DB,12V,-,2.0KHZ,ST 1
.....5 3501-001154 RELAY-MINIATURE 12Vdc,200mW,3000mA,1Form 8 Y0118
.....5 3501-001269 RELAY-POWER 12VDC,-,25000MA,1FORMA,20MS, 1 Y0116
.....5 3501-001272 RELAY-POWER 12VDC,-,25000mA,1FormA,20mS, 1 Y0116
.....5 3601-001168 FUSE 250V,8A,FAST-ACTING,-,5.6x21mm 1
.....5 3711-000833 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE BOX,2P,1R,8MM,STRA 1
.....5 3711-004783 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE BOX,8P,2R,4.2mm,ST 1
.....5 3711-004929 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE BOX,3P,1R,10MM,STR 2
.....5 3711-005680 CONNECTOR-HEADER BOX,5P,1R,2.5mm,STRAIGH 1 Y0117
.....5 3711-005688 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE BOX,13P,1R,2.5mm,S 2
.....5 3711-005695 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE BOX,9P,1R,2.5mm,ST 1
.....5 3711-005699 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE BOX,4P,1R,2.5mm,ST 1
.....5 3711-005706 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE BOX,5P,1R,2.5mm,ST 1
.....5 6001-000115 SCREW-MACHINE BH,+,M3,L10,ZPC(YEL),SWRCH 2
.....5 DC13-00071A PLD-MICOM TMP88PS43F/OTP,QFP,80PIN 1 C0010
.....5 DC13-00160A IC HYBRID BP5049-15,IC HYBRID,7 PIN,-25 1 Y0049
.....5 DC13-00161A IC HYBRID-IPM PS21963,-,25,-20~100,DIP,1 1
.....5 DC26-00023A TRANS SWITCHING EE2229,MES-5HR123A-00,K1 1 Y0090
.....5 DC41-00046A PCB-MAIN FRONTIER,FR-4,NL 1,-,T1.6,D 19 1
.....5 DC61-01164A GUIDE-PCB GW-PJT,ABS(V0),-,-,-,NTR,STAND 1 Y0002
.....5 DC62-00208A HEAT SINK MA8800AW,AL,T2,W30,L35,WHT,-,C 1 Y0044
.....5 DC62-00232A HEAT SINK FRONTIER,-,-,W40,L115,BLK,-,-, 1 Y0044
.....5 DE02-00036A CHEMICALS-FLUX SOLDER KS-77S,-,-,-,-,KOK 5
.....5 DE02-00060A CHEMICALS-ALCOHOL ALL,MODEL,-,-,-,-,-,- 1
.....5 DE02-00083A SOLDER-WIRE S63S,D3.0,-,-,-,-,-,-,- 20
.....5 DE02-00086A SOLDER-WIRE FLUX RS60S,-,D1.2,60SN/40PB, 1
.....5 DE13-20016A IC-VOLT REGU KA7805A,TO-220AB,1A,0/125C, 1 Y0057
.....5 DE13-20017A IC-DRIVE KID65003AP,DIP,16P,STICK,TR-AR 2 Y0052
.....5 DE39-60001A WIRE-SO COPPER ,PI0.6,SN,T,52MM TAPING_W 7
.....5 2401-000455 C-AL 10uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x7mm,5 1
..2 DC99-00739A ASSY-CUSHION BOTTOM WF316LAW,LOWES 1 X0049
...3 DC69-00966A CUSHION-BOTTOM WF-G126,PS-FOAM,-,-,-,-,- 1 X0007
...3 DC69-90008A TAPE-OPP -,-,-,-,W50,-,-,YEL/WHT,-,- 2
0.1 DC97-10567A ASSY-COVER DRUM WF326LAW,FRONTIER 1 R0010
..2 DC66-10003B WIRE-VINYL SEW-100JL,PVC,-,T2.0*L150,- 2
...3 DC97-10417A ASSY-GUIDE WATER WF326LAW,FRONTIER 1 R0021
....4 DC61-01530A GUIDE-WATER(U) WF326LAW,ABS,-,-,-,-,20X8 1 R0088
....4 DC61-01531A PLATE-SILVER WF326LAW,SIL,T0.8,W80,H20,S 2 R0111
....4 DC61-01558A GUIDE-WATER(L) WF-G126AW,ABS,-,-,-,-,20X 1 R0087
....4 DC61-01168A HOUSING-DRAWER(M) GW-PJT,PP(TB-53),-,-,- 1 R0097
....4 DC61-01169A HOUSING-DRAWER(U) GW-PJT,PP(TB-53),-,-,- 1 R0098
..2 DC97-08632A ASSY-GUIDE WIRE WINGS-PJT,SPONGE/HOLDER 1
...3 DC61-01403A BRACKET-ABSORBER GW27,SBHG1-A,T1.0,W170, 1 U0378
...3 DC61-01404A SPRING-ABSORBER GW-PJT,SWC,CD2,ID16,OD20 8 U0379
...3 DC67-00170A WEIGHT-ABSORBER GW-PJT,ZNDC,WEIGHT390G,- 1
...3 DC67-00170B WEIGHT-ABSORBER GW-PJT,ZNDC,WEIGHT305G,- 1
...3 0103-002581 RESIN-PUR CPU-55B/UEP 700FB,-,-,94V0 20
...3 0103-002582 RESIN-PUR UEP 700FA/CPU-55A,-,-,94V0 30
...3 0402-000012 DIODE-RECTIFIER UF4007,1KV,1A,DO-41,TP 2
...3 0402-000137 DIODE-RECTIFIER 1N4007,1KV,1A,DO-41,TP 4
...3 0402-001194 DIODE-RECTIFIER SHG2D,200V,2A,-,TP 1
...3 0403-000161 DIODE-ZENER 1N4751,28.5-31.5(5%),1000MW, 2
...3 0501-000316 TR-SMALL SIGNAL KSA928A-Y,PNP,1000mW,TO- 4
...3 0604-000139 PHOTO-COUPLER TR,130-260%,200mW,DIP-4,ST 5
...3 1203-000259 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. 7818,TO-220,3P,-,PLAS 1
...3 1203-002545 IC-PWM CONTROLLER 266,DIP,8P,300MIL,PLAS 1 Y0055
...3 1404-000230 THERMISTOR-PTC 27ohm,20%,-,265V,1.5A,360 1 Y0088
...3 2001-000009 R-CARBON 20KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM 1
...3 2001-000023 R-CARBON 47OHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 1
...3 2001-000028 R-CARBON(S) 100OHM,5%,1/2W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4 2
...3 2001-000034 R-CARBON 220OHM,5%,1/4W,AA,TP,2.4X6.4MM 1
...3 2001-000085 R-CARBON(S) 100KOHM,5%,1/2W,AA,TP,2.4X6. 1
8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
8-7
Level CODE NO. DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION QTY SVC-Code SA
...3 2001-000429 R-CARBON 1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM 4
...3 2001-000734 R-CARBON 4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M 12
...3 2003-000616 R-METAL OXIDE(S) 27ohm,5%,2W,AA,TP,4x12m 1
...3 2006-001083 R-CEMENT 120ohm,5%,5W,CJ,TP,14x10x27mm 1
...3 2201-000153 C-CERAMIC,DISC 10nF,+80-20%,250V,Y5V,-,1 1
...3 2201-000879 C-CERAMIC,DISC 2.2NF,10%,1KV,Y5P,BK,10X4 1
...3 2202-002037 C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL 100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V 2
...3 2401-000455 C-AL 10uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x7mm,5 2
...3 2401-000598 C-AL 1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5 1
...3 2001-000429 R-CARBON 1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM 4
...3 2001-000734 R-CARBON 4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M 12
...3 2003-000616 R-METAL OXIDE(S) 27ohm,5%,2W,AA,TP,4x12m 1
...3 2006-001083 R-CEMENT 120ohm,5%,5W,CJ,TP,14x10x27mm 1
...3 2201-000153 C-CERAMIC,DISC 10nF,+80-20%,250V,Y5V,-,1 1
...3 2201-000879 C-CERAMIC,DISC 2.2NF,10%,1KV,Y5P,BK,10X4 1
...3 2202-002037 C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL 100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V 2
...3 2401-000455 C-AL 10uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x7mm,5 2
...3 2401-000598 C-AL 1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5 1
...3 2001-000429 R-CARBON 1KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2MM 4
...3 2001-000734 R-CARBON 4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M 12
...3 2003-000616 R-METAL OXIDE(S) 27ohm,5%,2W,AA,TP,4x12m 1
...3 2006-001083 R-CEMENT 120ohm,5%,5W,CJ,TP,14x10x27mm 1
...3 2201-000153 C-CERAMIC,DISC 10nF,+80-20%,250V,Y5V,-,1 1
...3 2201-000879 C-CERAMIC,DISC 2.2NF,10%,1KV,Y5P,BK,10X4 1
...3 2202-002037 C-CERAMIC,MLC-AXIAL 100nF,80-20%,50V,Y5V 2
...3 2401-000455 C-AL 10uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x7mm,5 2
...3 2401-000598 C-AL 1uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,4x7,5 1
...3 2401-001573 C-AL 47uF,20%,50V,GP,TP,6.3x11,2.5 1
...3 2401-001778 C-AL 470uF,20%,25V,GP,TP,10x16,5 1
...3 2401-003505 C-AL 10uF,20%,450V,GP,TP,10X20mm,5 1
...3 3711-004929 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE BOX,3P,1R,10MM,STR 1
...3 3711-005695 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE BOX,9P,1R,2.5mm,ST 1
...3 DC26-00025A TRANS SWITCHING EE1616-H,AG-KIT,-,80 ~ 1 1 Y0090
...3 DC27-00003A COIL-INDUCTOR ADR3102J,1000uH,5%,radial, 1
...3 DC41-00041A PCB-MAIN 2ND AG-KIT/HI_ACTIVE,FR-1,1,-, 1
...3 DC61-01519A GUIDE-PCB(S) WF-G126AW,HIPS(V0),T2.8,-,- 1
...3 DE02-00083A SOLDER-WIRE S63S,D3.0,-,-,-,-,-,-,- 1
...3 DE02-00086A SOLDER-WIRE FLUX RS60S,-,D1.2,60SN/40PB, 1
...3 DE13-20007A IC-OP AMP KA2904,DIP,-,-,-,-,- 1
...3 DE13-20025A IC-LINEAR LM393/A,DIP,COMPARATOR,-,-,-,- 1 Y0054
...3 DE39-60001A WIRE-SO COPPER ,PI0.6,SN,T,52MM TAPING_W 10
...3 DE70-00179A PIN-EYELET -,BRASS,-,-,-,-,ID1.5 OD2.8 3
...3 0103-002581 RESIN-PUR CPU-55B/UEP 700FB,-,-,94V0 12
...3 0103-002582 RESIN-PUR UEP 700FA/CPU-55A,-,-,94V0 8
...3 0201-001354 ADHESIVE-A.C.F IR-100 BOND-EPOXY 1
...3 2001-000734 R-CARBON 4.7KOHM,5%,1/8W,AA,TP,1.8X3.2M 1
...3 2007-000033 R-CHIP 0ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 1
...3 2007-000293 R-CHIP 100ohm,5%,1/4W,TP,3216 1
...3 2007-000872 R-CHIP 4.7Kohm,5%,1/8W,TP,2012 3
...3 2203-000206 C-CER,CHIP 100nF,10%,50V,X7R,2012 3
...3 2203-000260 C-CER,CHIP 10nF,10%,50V,X7R,2012 2
...3 2401-000455 C-AL 10uF,20%,35V,GP,TP,4x7mm,5 2
...3 3711-005706 HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE BOX,5P,1R,2.5mm,ST 1
...3 DC32-00011A SENSOR-MEMS LIS2L02AS4,MAH9600,-40 to 85 1
...3 DC41-00047A PCB-SUB MFS-MEMS-00,FR-1,1,5,T1.6,-,-, 1
...3 DC61-01562A GUIDE-PCB(M) WF326LAW,PP,T2.8,-,-,NTR,ME 1 Y0003
...3 DE02-00036A CHEMICALS-FLUX SOLDER KS-77S,-,-,-,-,KOK 1
...3 DE02-00060A CHEMICALS-ALCOHOL ALL,MODEL,-,-,-,-,-,- 1
...3 DE02-00083A SOLDER-WIRE S63S,D3.0,-,-,-,-,-,-,- 5
...3 DE02-00086A SOLDER-WIRE FLUX RS60S,-,D1.2,60SN/40PB, 1
...3 DE13-20007A IC-OP AMP KA2904,DIP,-,-,-,-,- 1
...3 DE39-60001A WIRE-SO COPPER ,PI0.6,SN,T,52MM TAPING_W 1
8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
8-8
Level CODE NO. DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION QTY SVC-Code SA
..2 DC97-07130A ASSY-TUB BACK GW-PJT,WASH-ONLY 1 U0013
...3 6011-001553 BOLT-ETC M7.5,L30,ZPC3(WHT),SWRCH18A,HE 20 U0097
...3 6601-001207 BEARING-BALL 6307ZZ,ID35,OD80,L21,STS304 1
...3 6601-001208 BEARING-BALL 6306ZZ,ID30,OD72,L19,STS304 1
...3 DC97-08649A ASSY-SEMI TUB BACK WINGS-PJT,SAMBAK 1 U0078
....4 DC61-01174A TUB-BACK GW-PJT,FRPP(GF15%),PI 602,PI 6 1 U0024
.....5 0103-002522 RESIN-FRPP SUPRAN 2315SDR,NTR,2315SDR,- 5,395.00
....4 DC61-40348B BRACKET-NUT SBHG-R,P1291,T3,-,-,-,NO-PAI 2 U0023
....4 DC68-02060A LABEL-TUB W/M,-,YUPO,-,W60,L20,-,WHT,-,- 1
....4 DC97-06991A ASSY-HOUSING BEARING GW-PJT,6306/6307ZZ 1 U0017
.....5 6601-001338 BEARING-BALL 6207ZZ,ID35,OD72,L17,STS304 1
.....5 DC61-01178A HOUSING-BEARING GW-PJT,ALDC8,T5,W205,L11 1 U0021
.....5 DC61-01196A BUSH-BEARING GW-PJT,SMF-4030,SM15C,ID72, 1
...3 DC66-10003B WIRE-VINYL SEW-100JL,PVC,-,T2.0*L150,- 1
...3 DC66-00386A DRUM-FRONT GW-PJT,STS430 H/L NO4,-,ID561 1 R0002
...3 DC66-00387A DRUM-BACK GW-PJT,STS430 H/L NO4,ID561,OD 1 R0005
...3 DC66-00388B DRUM-WRAPPER GW-PJT,STS430 H/L NO4,T0.6, 1 R0003
....4 DC60-00037A FLANGE-SHAFT GW-PJT,ALDC,T3.5,-,-,-,NTR, 1 R0009
....4 DC97-07098A ASSY-SHAFT GW-PJT,DD-TYPE(3.3) 1 R0028
.....5 DC61-00841A BUSH-SHAFT TS85-PJT,ALDC,-,-,-,-,- 1 U0377
.....5 DC66-00384A SHAFT GW-PJT,SM45C,L219.9,OD 35,NTE, 1
..2 DC97-07131A ASSY-TUB FRONT GW-PJT,3.3CuFt 1 U0026
...3 DC61-00118A CLAMPER HOSE P1291,LYLON6/6,ID27,OD30,-, 1 N0012
...3 DC97-08633A ASSY-HOSE PRESSURE WINGS-PJT,PU/TUB-FR 1 I0044
....4 DC67-00194A HOSE-PVC MAH9700AWW,PVC,-,O26.4,T0.7,L6 1
....4 DC63-10056P SPONGE-CUSHION SEW-3HR125,KIMOJI-PU-FOAM 2 A0365
....4 DC61-01173A TUB-FRONT GW-PJT,FRPP(GF15%),ID602,OD608 1 U0030
.....5 0103-002522 RESIN-FRPP SUPRAN 2315SDR,NTR,2315SDR,- 2,430.00
....4 DC61-40348B BRACKET-NUT SBHG-R,P1291,T3,-,-,-,NO-PAI 6 U0023
...3 DC66-10003B WIRE-VINYL SEW-100JL,PVC,-,T2.0*L150,- 4
...3 6502-000168 CABLE CLAMP DA-6N,ID10.0,T1.0,NYLON6/6,N 1 U0363
....4 6011-001556 BOLT-HEX M4,L60,ZPC3(WHT),SM10C,- 1 U0320
....4 DC60-50010A NUT-DIAPHRAGM EGI,M4,-,-,2.5TX20X8 1 U0204
....4 DC60-50010B NUT-DIAPHRAGM EGI,M4.2,-,-,2.5TX20X8 1 U0204
....4 DC61-01498B BRACKET-WIRE ALL MODEL,SCP,T0.5,-,L58.4, 1
....4 DC66-10001F WIRE-DIAPHRAGM WINGS-PJT,HSWR,-,OD2,L147 1 U0276
0.1 DC97-10569A ASSY-CASE WF326LAW,FRONTIER 1 A0001
..2 0203-001508 TAPE-OPP W50,,YEL 0.8
..2 6801-001310 CARD-REGISTRATION USA,XAA,ENGLISH,MOJOJI 1 V0007
..2 6902-000009 BAG PE HDPE,T0.03,L400,W240,TRP,8,2,P 1
..2 6902-000215 BAG SHEET NITRON/HDPE,T0.5/T0.012,W1000, 1
..2 DC65-60115A BAND-PP -,PP,T0.8,W17.5,-,WHT,- 14.2
..2 DC68-02173A LABEL-PACKING W/M,-,ART,-,W90,L175,-,WHT 1
..2 DC68-02217A LABEL-WARNING MAYTAG,-,ART+LAMI,-,W108,L 1 V0004
..2 DC68-02219A LABEL-WARNING MAYTAG,-,ART+LAMI,-,W170,L 1 V0004
..2 DC68-02291A MANUAL-BOOK WF326,SEA,ENGLISH,U.S,100MOJ 1 A0243
..2 DC68-02294A LABEL-ENERGY WF326,SEA,ART,-,-,-,-,-,COV 1 V0005
..2 DC68-02295A LABEL RATING WF326,SEA,YUPO,-,W25,L110,- 1 V0002
..2 DC68-02296A MANUAL-GUIDE WF326,SEA,ENGLISH,U.S,100MO 1
..2 DC68-02297A LABEL-CAUTION WF326,SEA,ART+LAMI,-,-,-,- 1 A0244
..2 DC68-02298A LABEL-POWER CORD WF326,SEA,ART+LAMI,-,W1 1
..2 DC68-02299A LABEL-CLEARANCE WF326,-,ART+LAMI,-,-,-,- 1
..2 DC68-02300A LABEL-WARNING WF326,SEA,ART+LAMI,-,W230, 1 V0004
..2 DC68-02301A LABEL-HOSE WF326,SEA,ART+LAMI,-,W285,L48 1
..2 DC68-20091B LABEL-BAR CODE MOJO,W32,L125.5,-,- 1
..2 DC69-90009A TAPE-SCOTCH PAR FILAMENT-TAPE,-,W50,-,- 1.2
..2 DC99-00646A ASSY-ACCESSORY MAH9700AWW,WINGS-PJT 1
...3 6902-000212 BAG PE HDPE,T0.03,W350,L450,TRP,8,2 1
...3 6902-000304 BAG PE LDPE,T0.05,L230,W180,TRP,8,2,P 1
0.1 DC99-00693A ASSY-PAINT WF316LAW,NEAT-WHT 1 F0062
..2 DC61-00118A CLAMPER HOSE P1291,LYLON6/6,ID27,OD30,-, 1 N0012
..2 DC61-00133A CLAMPER HOSE P1291,PP(BJ-730),ID24.5,OD2 1 N0001
..2 DC61-01256A GUIDE-SPRING GW-PJT,POM,-,-,-,NTR,- 2 A0352
8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
8-9
Level CODE NO. DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION QTY SVC-Code SA
..2 DC72-00013D SPONGE-HARNESS SEW-5G105A,PU-FOAM,-,T10, 4 W0059
...3 6002-001294 SCREW-TAPPING BH,+,,M4,L16,ZPC(BLK) 3 Z0062
...3 DC31-00054A PUMP-DRAIN -,120V,60Hz,40mm,80W/3600RPM 1 J0025
...3 DC61-01254A CASE-PUMP WINGS-PJT,PP(5113MF6),T3,W110, 1 J0019
...3 DC72-00034E SPONGE-EPDM MAH9700,EPDM,-,T1.0,W15,L100 1 D0111
...3 6041-001035 RIVET-RH K1661-0512,AL(A5052),OD3.9,L11 4 F0117
...3 DC61-01180A FRAME WINGS-PJT,PCM,-,-,WHT,T1.0,-,- 1 F0094
....4 DC61-01405A PLATE-STEEL WINGS-PJT,SBHG1-A,T1.0,W961. 1 Y0159
...3 DC61-01182B BRACKET-SPRING(L) WINGS-PJT,SBHG1-A,T1.6 1 F0079
...3 DC61-01183B BRACKET-SPRING(R) WINGS-PJT,SBHG1-A,T1.6 1 U0364
...3 DC97-06994A ASSY-PLATE BOTTOM GW-PJT,SBHG1-A/T1.6 1 F0066
....4 DC61-01181A PLATE-BOTTOM GW-PJT,SBHG1-A,T1.6,W682,L6 1 X0014
....4 DC61-01552A BRACKET-LEG WINGS-PJT,SWRCH6A,T2.0,-,-,Y 4 B0075
...3 DC61-01290A BUSH-HOSE(L) WINGS-PJT,TPE(EPDM+PP),-,-, 1 I0024
...3 DC64-00970A SHUTTER-SUDS GW-PJT,PP,T1.0,W63,L66,NTR, 1
...3 DC69-00920B PACKING-SUDS GW-PJT,EPDM,PACKING,T6.0,W6 1
...3 DC72-00013E SPONGE-HARNESS MAH9700AWW,PU-FOAM,-,T10, 1 W0059
...3 6021-001203 NUT-HEXAGON FLANGE 1C,M10,ZPC(YEL),SCP-1 1 B0076
...3 DC61-01432A LEG-RUBBER MAH9700AWW,BUTYL,-,GRY,-,WING 1 B0073
8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
8-10
Memo
9-1
9. BLOCK DIAGRAM
9-2
Memo
10-1
10. WIRING DIAGRAM
10-2
Memo
11-1
11. PCB DIAGRAM
5
6 1
8 1
7 1
2 1
4
3
6
7
8 9 1 1
0 1
3 1 2 1 4 1 5 1
11~1 MAIN PCB LAYOUT
Item Part Number Description
1 Display
Displays or indicates opera-
tions or
functions
2 Jog_Dial
Starts/stops an operation to
select a
course
3 Power_key Turns the power on/off
4 Key
Selects and processes each
function
5 CN1
Detects if the door is open or
closed
6 RELAY1
In case of Power_On/Off,
supplies or
disconnects AC power
7 RELAY2
Disconnects Power from the
Heater
Item Part Number Description
8 CN3 AC1과 GND를 연결함
9 RELAY3 Motor의 정/역 방향을 제어함
10 CN4 Motor의 동작 Wire를 연결함
11 RELAY4 고 RPM진행시 On/Off 제어함
12 CN6
Heat Sink의 온도Sensor를 연
결함
13 CN7 수위,온도Sensor를 연결함
14 구동부 냉/온/Pre/Drain 동작용 부품
Item Part Number Description
15 Door System Parts for Door Lock/Unlock
16 CN10
Connects Motor Tacho Sen-
sor
17 CN8 Connects the silver nano wire
18 CN9
Connects the driving system
wire
11-2
11~2 Connector & ReIav TerminaIs Description lMAIN PCB)
CN9
①ConnectstotheDRAIN-MOTOR
②ConnectstotheCOLDVALVE
③ConnectstothePREVALVE
④ConnectstotheHOTVALVE
⑥ConnectstotheROLDDOORS/W
CN7
①ConnectstoGORUND
②Connectsto5V
③Connectsto5V
④ConnectstotheWATER
SENSOR
⑤ConnectstotheTEMP
SENSOR
CN6
①ConnectstotheTEMP
SENSOR
④ConnectstotheTEMP
SENSOR
CN1
A)ConnectstotheDOOR
LOCKSignal
B)ConnectstotheDOOR
LOCKSignal
CN10
A)Connectstothe
TACHOSENSOR
B)Connectstothe
TACHOSENSOR
CN4
①ConnectstotheMOTORSTATOR
③ConnectstotheMOTORSTATOR
④ConnectstotheMOTORSTATOR
⑤ConnectstotheMOTORSTATOR
⑥ConnectstotheMOTORSTATOR
CN3
②ConnectstoAC1
③ConnectstoGROUND
CN8
①ConnectstoSIG-A
②ConnectstoSIG-B
③ConnectstoIH
⑤ConnectstoPWM
⑥ConnectstoGROUND
RELAY1
A)ConnectstoAC2
B)ConnectstoAC2-1
COMMON
RELAY2
A)Connectstothe
HEATER
B)Connectstothe
HEATER
11-3
CN1
①ConnectstoAC1
③ConnectstoAC2
CN7
①ConnectstoGORUND
②ConnectstoIH
③ConnectstoPWM
④ConnectstoSIGNAL-B
⑤ConnectstoSIGNAL-A
⑧ConnectstoAG-B
⑨ConnectstoAG-A
11~3 Connector & ReIav TerminaIs Description lAG~KIT PBA)
11-4
Memo
12-1
12. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
* This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization.
12-1. Main PCB
12-2
* This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization.
12-2. SUB PCB
12-3
* This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization.
12-3. MEMS PCB
12-4
* This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization.
12-4. AG PCB
13-1
13. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS
13-1. OVERALL SYSTEM
13-2
▶ Function
Generates a required DC power of 12V or 5V in case of supplied or disconnected
AC power.
▶ Description
- When AC 220V is applied to CN3, D17 D20 transforms it to DC 300V.
- DC 300V is generated for the LVT1 secondary source by IC3 and PC1
turning on/off.
- The secondary 12V depends on the ZD1 value.
- The 12V for the LVT1 secondary source is transformed to DC 5V through IC4
13-2. AC Input & Power Circuit
13-3
▶ Function
Controls each driving system (VALVE, DOOR S/W, DRAIN-MOTOR) by turning RELAY or
TRIAC on/off.
▶ Description
- MICOM outputs a high signal of 5V from pin # 1 - 7 of IC7 and IC9.  
- Then, pin # 10 to 16 of IC7 and IC9 are electrically grounded (0V).
- When pin # 10 to 16 are grounded, this creates an electric potential difference from
the 12V that turns on RELAY 5,6,7 and TRIAC2,3,4,5.
- The operating parts (VALVE, DRAIN-MOTOR, DOOR S/W) connected to CN9 turn on if
they are supplied with power.
13-3. Driving System Circuit
13-4
▶ Function
Detects signals from the sensor and controls the current system.
▶ Description
- The water level sensor is connected to pin 4 of CN7.
- The frequency of the level sensor changes according to the water amount in the tub.
- Then, the frequency is input to MICOM pin 48 for detecting the water amount.
- The DHSEH sensor is connected to CN7 pin 5 and CN6 pins 3,4.
- The resistance of the temp. sensor changes according to the ambient temperature.
The changed resistance is applied to R50 and R51.
- The voltage applied to R50 and R51 is decided according the temp. MICOM stores the value.
- When voltage is applied to MICOM pins 22 and 23, MICOM compares it to the predefined one before detecting the
current temp.
13-4. Sensor Detection Circuit
13-5
▶ Function
Applies the electric current to the silver plate during the water supply and uses the silver water to
perform the bacteria-free or sterilization processes.
▶ Description
- Selects the silver nano feature to operate the system.
- Supplies water to the two silver plates AG_B and AG_A. Then, SINAL_A and SIGNAL_B output a high signal of 5V.
- Both SIGNAL_A and SIGNAL_B repeat this for 15 seconds outputting a high signal of 5V.
SIGNAL_A output turns TR1 and TR6 on to generate a potential difference between the 12V and the grounding for
causing the current to flow. SIGNAL_B output turns TR4 and TR5 on to generate a potential difference between the 12V
and the grounding for causing the current to flow.
- The flowing current is transformed to a voltage by the resistance of R27.
- Then, the voltage is applied to IC1 pin 2 and used for detecting and controlling the flowing current.
13-5. Silver Nano System
13-6
Memo
14-1
14. REFERENCE INFORMATION
14~1. MODEL NAME
3
6
L
A
S
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1) ASSY-MAIN PCB (Imbalance Sensor)
→ To prevent the laundry from gathering on one side of the tube causing noise and vibration, the
washing machine uses an imbalance detection device that evenly disentangles the laundry
before the hydrating cycle starts.
2) DOOR-LOCK S/W
→ Prevents the door from being opened while a cycle is in progress. For safety purposes, it
keeps the door locked even in pause mode or after the washing cycle unless the water level
frequency is greater than 24.8Khz (anti-overflow level) or the inside-tube temperature is less
than 65℃ in the hydrating cycle, and 55℃ in the washing cycle.

3) SENSOR-PRESSURE (Anti Over-Flow)
→ When the water supplied is more than 2/3 of the tube capacity due to a malfunction of the
water supply valve, this device automatically starts water-draining and displays “OVER-
FLOW ERROR(E3)” on the LED.
4) THERMISTOR
→ Keeps sensoring and controlling the temperature inside the tube to keep it below your settings.
5) ASSY-THERMAL FUSE (Anti Over-Heat)
→ When the washing heater is overheated due to an error in the thermistor or any other
malfunction, the assy-thermal fuse (built in the heater) is automatically activated to discon
nect the power for your and the product’s safety.
6) ASSY-MAIN PCB (Sensitive Laundry Protection)
→ To avoid any damage to sensitive laundry, the tube temperature is detected and
“ERROR(E8)” is displayed on the LED for Wool or Lingerie courses when the temperature is
over 50℃.
7) THERMOSTAT (Anti Over-Heat)
→ When the heater (drier) overheats from an error in the thermistor or any other malfunction, the
thermostat (installed on the drying duct) is automatically activated to disconnect the power for
your or product’s safety

8) CHILD LOCK
→ Prevents children from playing with the washing machine.
9) PRE~WASH
→ The machine does a preliminary wash of about 10 minutes prior to the main wash. This is
particularly effective for cleaning badly stained laundry.
14~2. TERMINOLOGY
14-3
The following symbols provide garment care directions without words.
The care label will include, in order, four symbols: washing, bleaching, drying and ironing, or dry cleaning when necessary.
The use of symbols ensures consistency among garment manufacturers of domestic and imported items. Follow care label
directions to maximize garment life and reduce laundering problems.
Wash Cycle Special Instructions Warning symbols for laundering
Normal Line Dry/ Hang to Dry Do Not Wash
Permanent Press/Wrinkle Resistant/
Wrinkle Control
Drip Dry Do Not Wring

Gentle/Delicates Dry Flat Do Not Bleach

Hand Wash Heat Setting
Do Not
Tumble Dry
Water Temperature** High No Steam (added to iron)
Hot

Medium Do Not Iron
Warm Low
Cold Any Heat
Bleach No Heat/Air
Any Bleach
(when needed)
Iron-Dry or Steam Temperatures Line Dry/ Hang to Dry
Only Non-Chlorine
(color-safe)
Bleach (when needed)
High Drip Dry
Tumble Dry Cycle Medium Dry Flat
Normal Low
Permanent Press/ Wrinkle Resistant/
Wrinkle Control
Dryclean
Gentle/ Delicates Dry clean
Do Not Dry clean

**The dot symbols represent appropriate wash water temperatures for various items. The temperature range for Hot is 105°
- 125° F/ 41° - 52°C, for Warm 85° - 105° F/29° - 41° C and for Cold 60° - 85° F/16° - 29° C.
(Wash water temperature must be a minimum of 60° F/16°C for detergent activation and effective cleaning.)
The clothes Washer may not ensure these temperatures because the actual water temperatures entering your Washer are
dependent on water heater settings and regional water supply temperatures. For example, cold water entering the home in the
northern states during winter may be 40° F/4° C which is too cold for effective cleaning. The water temperature in this situation
will need to be adjusted by selecting a warm setting, adding some hot water to the MAX FILL line or using your Washer’s
heating option, if available.
14~3. FABRIC CARE CHART
14-4
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, and other injuries, keep these safety precautions in mind:
- Operate the appliance only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label.
If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power
company.
- Use only a grounded or polarized outlet. For your safety, this appliance is equipped with a polarized alter
nating current line plug having one blade wider than the other.
This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet,
try reversing the plug. If the plug still doesn’t fit, contact your electrician to replace your outlet.
- Protect the power cord. Power supply cords should be routed so that they are unlikely to be walked on or
pinched by items placed on or against them. Pay particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience re
ceptacles, and the point where they exit from the unit.
- Do not overload the wall outlet or extension cords. Overloading can result in fire or electric shock.
14-4. ELECTRICAL WARNINGS
14-5. Models
Dealer Models Remark
Lowe’s
WF326LAS 2(1200rpm), 6(‘06), L(Lowe’s), A(Ag+), S(Silver)
WF326LAW 2(1200rpm), 6(‘06), L(Lowe’s), A(Ag+), W(white)
WF316LAW 1(1100rpm), 6(‘06), L(Lowe’s), A(Ag+), W(white)
WF306LAW 0(1000rpm), 6(‘06), L(Lowe’s), A(Ag+), W(white)
BBY
WF316BAC 1(1100rpm), 6(‘06), B(BBY), A(Ag+), C(Champagne)
WF316BAW 1(1100rpm), 6(‘06), B(BBY), A(Ag+), W(white)
WF306BAW 0(1000rpm), 6(‘06), B(BBY), A(Ag+), W(white)
WF306BHW 0(1000rpm), 6(‘06), B(BBY), H(Ag+,Heater), W(white)
Costco
WF316CAW 1(1100rpm), 6(‘06), C(costco), A(Ag+), W(white)
WF306C1W 0(1000rpm), 6(‘06), C(costco), 1(grade), W(white)
14-5
14-5. Q & A
NO. Question Answer
1 How long does it take for the door to unlock? It takes approximately 2-3 seconds for the door to unlock.
2
The cycle is complete and “End” is displayed.
How do I set another cycle?
When “End” is displayed, the Power button should be pressed or door
should be opened before selecting another cycle. The display will show
“End” until washer is turned off. To turn off washer, the Power button
should be pressed or the door should be opened
3
What should I do when Information Code
(“dc”) lights up?
When the Information Code is displayed, press the Start/Pause dial
and then restart the cycle. For more information, refer to the Owner’s
Manual
4
There is a small amount of water left in
Detergent Drawer after the load is complete.
Is this normal?
It is normal for a small amount of water remaining in Detergent Drawer
after it completes washing. Bleach is usually flushed out into the tub at
the beginning of the washing. Also, its compartment is washed again
during the following rinse cycle, removing any remnants.
5
When I went back to my washer, it was turned
off. What happened?
Power button may have been accidentally bumped or pushed. Reset
the cycle and start the washer. Make sure the unit is plugged into a live
electrical outlet. Check house fuse or circuit breaker.
6
The washer door gets locked after a power
failure. How can I open it?
If the power fails while the door is locked, the door will remain locked
until the power comes back on. If the power comes back on while the
door is still locked, the cycle will resume where it left off. If the door is
unlocked, “PF” will display and the washer will pause. Press Power Off
and restart the cycle.
7
The washer door does not unlock when there
is water in the tub. How can I open it?
The water must be drained from the tub for the door to be opened. Set
the rotary dial to Spin Only and press the Start/Pause dial. The door will
open 2-3 seconds after the Spin or Drain cycle is completed.
14-6
Memo



Be Aware, Be Alert
Always work safely.
On the Job, On the Road, In the Home
Every Time, All the Time

Notes:

WASHING MACHINE
Model : WF316L Model code : WF316LAW/XAA

SERVICE
WASHING MACHINE

Manual

THE FEATURE OF PRODUCT 1. SilverCare 2. SuperSize Capacity 3. Direct Drive Motor 4. Child Lock 5. My Cycle

Refer to the service manual in the itself (http://itself.sec.samsung.co.kr/) for the more information.

-This Service Manual is a property of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Any unauthorized use of Manual can be punished under applicable International and/or domestic law.

Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd. 416, Maetan-3Dong, Yeongtong-Gu, Suwon City, Gyeonggi-Do, Korea, 443-742 Printed in Korea P/N : DC68-02636A URL : http://itself.sec.samsung.co.kr/

........ Precautions 1-1.7-3 7-4......................................................................................2-2 2-3........ BOLT/SCREW PARTS LIST ......................... FUNCTION OF CONTROL KEYS....... 4-2 5..............................................................2-3 2-4................................................................................. Each Key and Display ................ EXPLODED VIEWS AND PARTS LIST 7-1.............................................................................................................................6-1 6-2......... 6-5 7........................... Safety Precautions .......... THE FEATURE OF PRODUCT ....................7-4 ..................5-1 5-2....................CONTENTS 1.................................................................................................................. 6-4 6-4 Driving Unit..1-1 1-2...7-2 7-3....................................................................... OPTION SPECIFICATIONS ..................................3-1 3-2...3-6 3-4 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................... Precautions upon Installation ..................................... OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND INTALLATION 3-1...................................................................................................................................................................... TROUBLE SHOOTING 6-1...........................................................................................................4-1 4-2........... SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT ...................................... ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY 5-1......................................................................................... ALIGNMENT AND ADJUSTMENTS 4-1.............. THE COMPARATIVE SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT .............................................. TOOLS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY ............6-3 6-3 Control Panel ................................. 5-5 6............................................ ASSEMBLY ........................................................................................................................................ ASSY-CASE OUTER................. DISASSEMBLY ............ MAIN FUNCTIONS ................................1-2 2........... TEST MODE ... TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS ........................2-4 3........................................................... ASSY-TUB OUTER(SPIN BASKET) ......................................... PROBLEM CHECKING AND METHOD OF PCB ..2-1 2-2..................................... GENERAL ERROR FUNCTION........................ ASSY-COVER TOP ........... PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS 2-1..................7-1 7-2.......3-2 3-3................ 5-2 5-3.............3-8 4.................

............... FABRIC CARE CHART ......................................................10-1 11..........................................................................13-1 14.......................... MODEL NAME .........................................................14-2 14-3............ ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST .......................................................................14-3 14-4...................8-1 9.................................. 11-1 12................................. 9-1 10.........CONTENTS 8..................14-4 14-5.................................................................................... PCB DIAGRAM. REFERENCE INFORMATION 14-1............................................. Q & A ............... TERMINOLOGY .............. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS ............................................................................................................................... 14-5 ............................. WIRING DIAGRAM ........12-1 13. ELECTRICAL WARNINGS ........................14-1 14-2............................................ BLOCK DIAGRAM ............ SCHEMATIC-DIAGRAMS .................................................................................................................................................

18. 15. 2. ☞ Replace the parts and /or wipe dry the water. 7. ☞ Flammable materials may spark an explosion or fire. harness. ☞ Beware of possibility of electric shock or fire while lightening.Do not use or put flammable materials (including gasoline. ☞ Replace it immediately if it has problem. The wiring harness should be free from moisture and connected properly during serving. (It may cause an electric shock or fire) 5. ☞ If the wash machine is laid on its front. ☞ It may cause an electric shock or fire. Make sure to earth the product. 12. 4.1. 3. 1-1 . ☞ Protect against possibilities of fire due to tracking etc. ☞ Beware of possibility of electric shock or fire when the power cord is damaged.Do not put a water containing bowl or wet laundry on the washing machine. 13.Check the washing machine is leveled horizontally on the floor and is installed properly.Make sure to use connectors when connecting wires. Safety Precautions 1.Unplug the power plug from the outlet when the washing machine is not used. 16. ☞ Vibration may shorten the product life. 8. 6. Check for any damage on power plug or power outlet. Disconnect power to the appliance before servicing. 11.Do not press control buttons with pointed objects such as pins. ☞ It may cause personal injury or product damage when the unit is serviced by unqualified personnel. etc. it may cause a tracking fire. Precautions 1-1. ☞ It may cause an electric shock or other problems. 19. ☞ Be aware of the possibilities of an electric shock. 9.Check the assembled status of the parts after servicing. or shorten the product life when its water penetrates into the washing machine. 10. ☞ It should be proof against any external force. thinner etc) around the washing machine. internal components may be damaged by the tub. Check for any water trace on electrical parts. needles. ☞ If wires are connected without connectors. Remove any dust or dirt in the product. Do not use multi-plug. ☞ May cause electric shock / fire or shorten product life. 14. ☞ It may cause an electric shock or fire and shorten the product life. ☞ Power outlet may be overloaded causing the socket to overheat. Do not allow the customer to repair the product.Do not install the washing machine in a place where it is exposed to snow or rain etc. Do not clean the product with water. put a pad on the floor and lay the product on its side slowly.When the washing machine is to be laid down for servicing. ☞ May cause electric shock. 17. alcohol. ☞ Check if the product is assembled in the same status as before servicing. wiring section and connections during servicing.Be sure not to pull on the power cord but to unplug it by holding the plug. etc.

4. Remove the screws by using the supplied spanner. The unit is quite heavy. Keep the unit away from heat appliances such as a heater. Fill the holes with the supplied plastic caps. Remove the shipping bolts from the back of the unit. Make sure that the unit stands on a firm and leveled floor. make sure to have 2 or more personnel move it.1-2. especially in winter. eep it away from direct sunlight or high humidity. ■ Precautions before Installation 3. Install the unit at a place with a wall outlet easily accessible. Precautions upon Installation ■ How to Remove Shipping Bolts 1. So. 2. and install it in a place with good ventilation. Keep the unit away from places in which it is freezing. Keep the shipping bolts and screws for future use. 1-2 .

1-2. So. through elbows. Note: Caution must always be exercised to avoid collapsing or damaging the drain hose. it could siphon away water during washing.If the end of the drain hose is put in water. ► Prevent water from siphoning away . 1-3 . With a grounded receptacle ► It does not need an additional grounding. Precautions upon Installation ■ Grounding ► ake sure to ground the unit to prevent M electric leakage or shock. ■Water Drainage ► Hook the drain hose over the Wash Basin or Laundry Tub or plug the end of the drai hose into the Standpipe .If not.The outlet end of the drain hose must be at least 60-90 cm above the base of the machine. it may cause water leakage.Hook the drain hose over the Wash Basin or Laundry Tub or plug the end of the drain hose into the Standpipe . make sure that the end of the drain hose is not put in water. ► Seal the drain pipe connections . For best performance the drain hose should not be restricted in any way. couplings or excessive lengths.

► If you install your washer on softfloor. ► Slide your Washer into position. 3. you should place the rubber cup under adjustable eg. When the unit is not leveled ► Lift up the unit a little bit and adjust the shortest.1-2. adjust the leveling legs. Before put rubber cup. tighten the nuts using the wrench included with your Washer. ► Level your Washer by turning the leveling legs in or out as necessary by hand.Adjust the leveling legs. 1-4 . please remove film for double-side tape attached on rubber cup. Precautions upon Installation ■ How to Level the Unit 1.) ► The 4 leveling legs should touch the floor all together. 2. ► If the unit wabbles. When your Washer is level. ► Turn the leveling bolt counter clockwise as shown in the picture above (The leveling leg gets longer.Select an installation place.Check if the unit is leveled. ► Install the unit with 10cm or more clearance from its surrounding walls.

Depth With Door Open 90° D. SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT TYPE Div DIMENSION A.6) Div C. Height-Overall B. Depth 50 kPa ~ 800 kPa 89.5) 30.9 kg 3.0) 2-1 .29 Cu.2. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS 2-1. Width WATER PRESSURE WEIGHT CAPACITY WASHING WASHING AND HEATING POWER CONSUMPTION SPIN DRAIN WF326 * SPIN REVOLUTION WF316* WF306 * 120V 120V 1200rpm 1100rpm 1000rpm 379W 41W FRONT LOADING WASHER Inches (cm) 38 (96.ft 120V 120V 226W 997W Inches (cm) 49 (124.5) 27 (68.25 (77.

OVERVIEW OF THE WASHING MACHINE Hot water supply hose Cold water supply hose Detergent drawer Control panel Door Drain Hose Adjustable leg 2-2 .2-2.

21 (DOE) 90 3-Phase LED 52 1.100 59 dB LG (WM2432HW) 3.72) 91 Direct Drive LED 59 0.99 49 Liter 114 1.4 Direct Drive LED 57 1.29 (DOE) 93.22 (3.01 48 Liter 128 1.2-3.93 (DOE) 83 3-Phase LCD (red) 66 1.200 66 dB Bosch (WFMC6400) 2.200 62 dB Item Capacity (Cu. THE COMPARATIVE SPECIFICATIONS OF PRODUCT Samsung (WF316LAW) 3.100 57 dB Whirlpool (GHW9250M) 3.02 61 Liter 189 1.ft) Volume of Spinner (ℓ) Motor User Interface Cycle Time Wash Performance Water Consumption/Cycle Energy Consumption (W/O Heater Wh/Cycle) RPM Noise 2-3 .00 56 Liter 105 1.

2-4.NO Remark SPANNER DC60-4014 6A HOLE COVER DC61-10688A HOSE DRAIN DC97-07126A for HOT DC97-07127A for COLD MANUAL-BOOK DC68-02291A 2-4 . OPTION SPECIFICATIONS Item Item Name CODE.

Memo 2-5 .

Soil Level selection button Press the button to select the Soil Level/washing time. No Spin . Digital graphic display Displays the remaining wash time.Heavily soiled. Cold/Cold . Extra Hot/Cold . t-shirts. SilverCare button Silver ions are added during the wash and rinse cycles to maximize the sanitizing and antibiotic effects. very lightly soiled items. Warm/Warm . colorfast items. Normal .Use for delicate items needing a slow spin speed because of fabric and construction. This setting will be appropriate for most loads.For moderately soiled loads. 3. OPERRATING INSTALLATION AND INSTALLATION 3-1. 3-1 . jeans and sturdy cottons. Temperature selection button Press the button repeatedly to cycle through the different water temperature options.3. Light . and error messages.Whites and heavily soiled.For heavily soiled loads. wrinkle-free or wash-and-wear items and synthetics. NOTE: To minimize wrinkling of wrinkle-free and no-iron fabrics. Hot/Cold .For lightly soiled loads. Warm/Cold . Spin selection button Press the button repeatedly to cycle through the different spin speed options.Drains your Washer without spinning. DO NOT use the Extra High spin option for these loads. The other rinses will be cold to conserve energy. Low . colorfast items.Brightly colored. High . most wrinkle-free items. Heavy .Use for underwear. all wash information.Colorfast items. Only available with the Sanitize cycle. 2. Medium . colorfast items. nor overload your Washer. When warm rinse is selected.Use for jeans. washable woolens. 6. 5. Use for extremely delicate items that cannot tolerate any spin. OVERVIEW OF THE CONTROL PANEL 1. 4.Moderately soiled. only the final rinse will be warm. Signal selection button Press the button to increase or decrease the end of cycle signal volume or turn off the signal.Removes more water from loads during spin. Extra High .

Do not load too many towels because they absorb lots of water. Sanitize . Extra Spin . Select Cycle Option Delay Start .For heavily soiled. Wool.For sheer fabrics. use liquid detergent. Wool .For sturdy. option. Power button Press once to turn your Washer on. Some cycles cannot be selected with this option. and other handwash-only fabrics. The wool wash cycle of this machine has been approved by Woolmark for the washing of machine washable Woolmark products provided that the products are washed according to the instructions on the garment label and those issued by the manufacturer of this washing machine. NOTE: To minimize wrinkling of loads. your Washer door will remain locked for your safety. colorfast fabrics and heavily soiled garments. Active Wear . Towels . synthetic fabrics. For best results. Heavy Duty .For bulky items such as blankets and sheets.For lightly soiled or wrinkled garments needed quickly. Delicates/Hand Wash . This will determine the tumble pattern and spin speed for the cycle. 3-2 . Spin Only . Whites . Displayed hour indicates the time at which the wash will be finished.Add detergent to the Pre Wash selection of the detergent compartment.For white fabrics with or without bleach. If your Washer is left on for more than 10 minutes without any buttons being touched. Loads should be under 8 pounds. M0509. colorfast garments. then drains and advances to the selected wash cycle. This cycle heats the water to 150°F to eliminate bacteria.3-1. Extra Rinse . 19 or 24hours (select models) in one-hour increments. NOTE : Cycles and options vary by model. bras.Choose your favorite cycle including temperature. Pre Wash .For wash-and-wear.Add additional time to remove more water from loads My Cycle . Bedding . and normally soiled garments. soil level. Normal . tumbles. etc. NOTE: If Pause is selected during the heating portion of the Sanitize Cycle.Provides a spin to remove more water from the load. spin.Any cycle can be delayed for up to 12. and lightly to normally soiled garments. 8. Quick Wash and Active Wear cycles.Add an additional rinse at the end of the cycle to more thoroughly remove laundry additives and perfumes.Use for loads that need rinsing only or to add rinse-added fabric softener to a load. OVERVIEW OF THE CONTROL PANEL 7.For bath towels and washcloths. Perm Press . Washer fills with cold water and detergent.For machine-washable wool. press again to turn your Washer off. Quick Wash .For geographic areas where energy and water conservation is needed. linens. Rinse + Spin . Cycle Selector Select the appropriate cycle for the type of load.Add additional time to the wash for better stain removal. Start/Pause selection button Press to pause and restart programs.For most fabrics including cottons. 9. Eco Wash .For washable sportswear. 10.* * You can`t select PreWash option in Delicate/Hand Wash. lingerie silk. Extra Wash . Refer to cycle chart in Appendix. the power automatically turns off. select the Perm Press cycle.

PROGRAMME CHART 326LAW. 326LAS Functions Temp EH/ C H/C W/ W √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Options Spin W/ C √ √ √ √ √ Time My Pre Extra Silver Cycle Wash Spin Care Soil Level H √ √ √ √ C/C EH √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ M √ √ √ √ L √ √ √ √ √ √ NS √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ H √ √ √ √ √ N √ √ √ √ √ √ L √ √ √ √ √ Delay Extra Extra Start Wash Rinse Heavy Duty Normal Whites Perm Press Delicates/ Hand Wash Wool Quick Wash Towels Sanitize Bedding Active Wear Eco Wash Rinse + Spin Spin Only 306LAW √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 90 53 60 45 39 57 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 33 64 110 69 49 45 18 9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Temp H/C W/W W/C Heavy Duty Normal Whites Perm Press Delicates/ Hand Wash Wool Quick Wash Towels Rinse + Spin √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ C/C √ √ √ √ √ √ Functions Spin H M L √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ NS √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Soil Level H N L √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Options Delay Extra Extra Start Wash Rinse √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Time Silver Care √ √ √ √ √ 65 53 60 45 39 57 √ √ √ 33 64 18 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 3-3 .3-2.

3-2. 316BAW. PROGRAMME CHART 316LAW. 316BAC Functions Options Temp Spin Soil Level Delay Extra Extra My EH/ H/ W/ W/C C/ EH H M L NS H N L Start Wash Rinse Cycle C C W C Heavy Duty Normal Whites Perm Press Delica-tes/ Hand Wash Wool Quick Wash Towels Sani-tize Bed-ding Rinse + Spin Spin Only √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Time Pre Silver Wash Care √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 90 53 60 45 39 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 57 33 64 110 69 18 9 306BHW Functions EH/ C Heavy Duty Normal Whites Perm Press Delicates/ Hand Wash Wool Quick Wash Towels Sanitize Bedding Rinse + Spin Spin Only √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Options NS √ √ √ √ √ Time H/C √ √ √ Temp W/ W/ W C √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ C/C √ √ √ √ √ H √ √ √ √ Spin M L √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ H √ √ √ √ √ Soil Level N L √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Delay Extra Extra Silver Start Wash Rinse Care √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 65 53 60 45 39 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 57 33 64 110 69 18 9 3-4 .

etc. all controls (except for the Power button) will be locked until you deactivate Child Lock. 2. please check if the Child Lock button is on. If you want to activate/deactivate the Child Lock function. 1. Child Lock can be activated while your Washer is running. GARMENT + You can add or take laundry items even after the wash has started. Once you activate Child Lock. other than the Power button. Note: When buttons.) with one–button convenience. If you are able to unlock the door and wish to continue the wash cycle. Select cycle using Cycle Selector dial. By pushing the My Cycle button. set each option. You can select all options as follows in My Cycle mode. close the door and press the Start/Pause button. ACTIVATING/DEACTIVATING How It Works: 1. The cycle and options you select will be displayed next time you choose My Cycle. Note: At this time. unless the water is too hot or if there is too much water in your Washer. The My Cycle light will indicate activation. spin. 2. After cycle selection. 3. MAIN FUNCTION CHILD LOCK A function that prevents children from playing with your Washer. MY CYCLE Allows you to activate your custom wash (temperature. 3-5 . soil level.3-3. as long as the Garment+ light is on. do not respond. The Child Lock button will be lit while it is in effect. Then you can start My Cycle by pushing the Start/Pause button in My Cycle mode. the option will follow as per each cycle’s default option selection. press the Soil Level and Signal buttons at the same time for 3 seconds. you activate the settings used during the last My Cycle mode. Pushing the Start/ Pause button unlocks the door.

Open the door. 5. Select a Cycle by turning the Cycle Selection dial. Press the Power button. Note : For some model which has no heater if you choose SilverCare. and add fabric softener up to the marked line. Press SilverCare button. : For Pre Wash. Add detergent in the dispenser tray for main washing. SilverCare will be canceled. : Automatically selects optimal washing conditions by sensing the laundry’s weight. Temp will be fixed to Cold/Cold. MAIN FUNCTION FOR SILVERCARE WASHING Silver ions are added during the wash and rinse cycles to maximize the sanitizing and antibiotic effects. If you change Temp selection. 4. 3-6 . 3. SilverCare: If it is used together with fabric softener.3-3. its effect may be decreased. Contact 1-800-SAMSUNG. Note : FOR HOME USE ONLY– COMMERCIAL USERS SHOULD NOTIFY THEIR LOCAL WASTE TREATMENT AUTHORITIES BEFORE USE You can find # of times you used SilverCare option by pushing signal and SilverCare button. 6. 2. treating fabrics with a microscopic coating protection that kills more than 650 kinds of bacteria. Press Start/Pause button. put in the clothes and close the door again. put a supplementary detergent in the dispenser. LU3 : less than 1000 times LU2 : between 1000 to 2000 times LU1 : between 2000 to 2999 times LU0 : over 2999 times You should replace the silver kit when it display “LU0”. 1.

p.3-4.m 52 50 40 40 50 50 50 50 45 45 40 2) Final dehydrating r.m at each course unit:rpm Model Course Heavy Duty Normal Whites Perm Press Delicate/Hand wash Wool Quick Wash Towels Sanitize Bedding Rinse + Spin Spin Only WF316L 1200 1200 1200 800 800 400 1200 400 1200 1200 800 1200 3-7 . TECHNICAL POINT 1) Motor on/off time at each course unit:sec Course Heavy Duty Normal Whites Perm Press Delicate/Hand wash Wool Quick Wash Towels Sanitize Bedding Rinse + Spin Cw 13 12 7 5 2 2 12 10 8 10 5 Off 4 8 8 10 48 58 8 10 12 10 10 Washing Ccw 13 12 7 5 2 2 12 10 8 10 5 Off 4 8 8 10 48 58 8 10 12 10 10 Motor r.p.

75 24.00 25.90 25.65 23.80 24.60 24.50 24.35 24.00 24.60 24.50 Supplementary water START (kHz) 24.25 23.55 24.50 24.3-4.45 23.90 25.00 24.60 24.25 23.15 24.60 24.25 23.70 23.80 23.55 24.60 24.00 24.60 24.90 25.00 24.90 25.30 24.00 24. WF306 Cold water 5L/min Cold water 10L/min + (Hot water 10L/min) Cold water 10L/min Cold water 10L/min + Cold water 5L/min 4) The water level data at each course unit:Khz Model Washing Rinse Washing Normal Rinse Washing Whites Rinse Washing Perm Press Rinse Washing Delicate/Hand wash Rinse Washing Wool Rinse Washing Quick Wash Rinse Washing Towels Rinse Washing Sanitize Rinse Washing Bedding Rinse Washing Rinse + Spin Rinse Heavy Duty Course Default water level (kHz) 24.00 24.60 24.60 24.25 23.30 24.25 23.60 3-8 .40 23.25 23.50 24.90 25.90 25.00 24.60 23.60 24.60 23.70 24.60 24.25 23.60 24.60 24.00 24.60 24.00 25.60 24.00 25. TECHNICAL POINT 3) The water supply control at each process cycle Model Process cycle Pre Washing Washing Rinse Final rinse WF316.00 24.60 24.40 23.90 25.00 Supplementary water End (kHz) 23.35 25.50 24.

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Motor won’t turn. Replace PCB.Main PCB & Wireharness 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 dc E2 dL dS bE tE E3 Sr Hr 3E 2E 2E 8E 7E PF SUdS 10 11 15 18 22 25 29 2E 34 36 3E 91 92 8E 7E - It occurs when there is power failure during the washing.Main PCB & Wireharness Check Silver Care PCB .) Door is detected as open when the motor is operating. GENERAL ERROR FUNCTION LED NO Display Diagnostic Code 1 2 3 4 5 nd LO nF FL LE 1 2 3 4 8 Description The water level fails to drop below the Reset Water Level within 15 minutes. Corrective Action Go to “ Will Not Drain” Troubleshooting Section. Motor hall sensor signals come out without motor operation. Go to “ Board Input Test” and check Water Temperature. Go to “Quick Test Mode” and then do Door lock/Unlock Test and Motor Test.Replace Machine Control Board. instead of remaining time. Replace PCB Replace PCB Check MEMS PCB . the machine will automatically starts draining water until the water level falls below the overflow water level) Unbalance or cabinet bump is detected during final spin. (“SUdS” is not Guide a user to reduce amount of detergent an error. check water level sensor. ALIGNMENT AND ADJUSTMENTS 4-1.(“PF” is not an error. MICOM is attempting to drive the motor but is not getting any response signals from the hall sensor.) 4-1 . (When this condition is detected. (Program settings are being reset. (Locked. Replace PCB or thermistor. Go to “ No Water Fill” Troubleshooting Section. Check for loose wire connections. If water valves are OK. Data (frequency) shows the water level is at or above the overflow water level.(When key input signals are coming out for more than 30 seconds. (No MEMS Sensor Check Signal) Silver Care Kit (Silver Care PCB) Failure. If A key is sensed to be pressed. the unit will send out beeping sounds and halts the cycle. Go to “No Water Fill” Troubleshooting Section.) A fault is detected in the water level sensor. Abnormal high/low temperature or resistance (Thermal sensor or PBA) resistance. Go to “EEPROM Clear Mode” If display shows “FAiL”.4. all keys will do not respond. Defective Hall Sensor or Overload) System Relay (Main Relay) Failure. Check loose or pinched wires. (Never exceeds 400 RPM due to unbalanced load) EEPROM Fault. MEMS Sensor Failure.) Voltage for motor control bus is over specified limit.) Heater Relay Failure (No Heater Relay Check Signal) Over-current is detected. When the filling continues for more than 16 minutes or there is no change of water level for 3 minutes Door fails to lock after 3 attempts. Evaluate wire harness for loose or unhooked connections. Replace PCB Evaluate wire harness for loose or unhooked connections. It is to inform the user of power failure. (PCB does not notice the relay operation when there should be. Go to “ Will Not Lock” Troubleshooting Section. 6 OE E First check to see that all of water valves are not stuck. “SUdS” will light up usage. Go to “Wet Clothes” Troubleshooting Section. Voltage for motor control bus is under specified limit. Door fails to unlock after 3 attempts. Visual check shows motor is not running. Go to “ Will Not Unlock” Troubleshooting Section. which prevents the drum from spinning over 400 rpm. Water Level Sensor Trouble. it is regarded as a jam. If the washer is in suds period. (IPM detects over-current.) Suds is detected during the washing session. Go to “ Quick Test Mode” and test Motor. Check all of keys. Go to “ Quick Test Mode” to test Motor. Go to “Quick Test Mode” and then do Door Lock/Unlock Test Replace Machine Control Board. (When the input signal from the water level sensor is out of range.) Jammed Key. Door is detected as open while it is trying to lock the door.

F2b: WF316B WF316B AC.F2 : WF316LAW . . etc. How to Enter: .F2b: WF316BAC.Temp Key : Water Valve Test . If S/W Version is .Spin Key : Motor Test . 7-Segmentwill displ y U060) 60 light up and it sends out Beep Sound when it enters into the Quick Test Mode.F3 Va Test Water : lWF306LAW ve . The test modes indicated by the red arrows are the modes unable to get an access once the washing cycle has started due to safety reasons. Quick Test Mode Definition of Quick Test Mode: .Check different operating modes (e. water valve. press the following keys to test various components. 4. .Signal Key . 4-2-1.F8b: WF306BHW .F8b: WF306BHW Motor Test . Displa software version for a sec. After displa following information for each model. motor. TEST MODE Test Mode : Each Test Mode for the Frontier Washer is as follows in the coming pages. WF326LAS . All LED’s light up and it sends out Beep Sound when it enters into the Quick Test Mode.Signal Key : Drain Pump Test. . (Ex. ying the so ftware version. When model information is being displayWF316BAW ed. . (Including 7-Segment) 3.g. 7-Segment will display U060) 4-2 . door. (Including 7-Segment) 2.Press Spin Key.). ys a (Ex. All: 1. Soil Level Key and Power Key at the same time.) mp 4.4-2.) Quick Test Mode: Quick Test ModeLED’s 1. .Check operation of all LED’s (Verify faulty LED). (Same for all Frontier models. : EEEE Model option Error (Need to replace PCB Assy.Soil Level Key : Door Lock/Unlock Test . AW .F1 : WF326LW.Plug in and turn on the unit. If S/W Version is 60.F1 : WF326LAW.) 2.F3 : WF306L AW .EEEE : Model option Error (Need to replace PCB Assy. press the follo wing key to test various components s .Soil Level Key : Door Lock/Unlock Test .Spin Key :. 7-Segment will display the following information for each model. drain pump. Displays software version for a sec.Temp Key :. . When model information is being displayed. WF326L A AS .F2 : WF316LW A .Drain Pu :Test. After displaying the software version. .Check model and software version. 7-Segmentwill display the 3.

2. Door Lock/Unlock Test: 1. PCB Assy. it will cycle through the operations on the left flow chart. If the Soil Level Key is pressed during Door Lock and Water Valve. 4-3 . the Drain Pump will not operate. To enter the Motor Test. PCB Assy. it will WF306LAW(F3) On an lve left flow chart. it will cycle through the operations on the left flow chart. Each time the Signal Key is pressed. WF306LW(F3) Temp Key is pressed. Quick Test Mode Water Valv Test: e Water Valve Test: being displayed during the Quick Test Mode. checkvisually if water comes 5.related error codes will be displayed. If there is an problem doorWater will be on during the water valve operation. If there is any problem with Door Switch. it will cycle through the Door Lock/ Unlock operations on the left flow chart. press the Temp Key while k model ed 1. when the Soil Level Key is pressed again. the machinewill return to the beginning as shown in the flowchart. 2. left 2. or Wire Harness. 3. the door lok will be on during the c water va lve operation. Key while model information is 1.is 3. Therefore. So. it will A not the prewater valve. it will cycle through the operations on the flowchart. y Assy. Each time the Soil Level Key is pressed. 5. To check the Door Lock/Unlock operation. 3. But. to make sure for the water valves to operate. The door needs to be secured for the Water Valve to operate. press the Temp enter the is being display during the Quic Test Mode. 4. make sure to for the water valves to operate. If the Temp Key is pressed during All Water Valve OFF. Each time the Spin Key is pressed. Motor Test: 1. its operation needs a visual inspection. . Harness. PCB or Wire 5. If the Temp Key pressed duringAll Water Valve OFF. press the Soil Level Key while model information is being displayed during the Quick Test Mode. press the Signal Key while model information is being displayed during the Quick Test Mode. 4. Drain Pump Test: 1. with eachis any Va On mode. The Drain Pump operation is independent. So. or Wire Harness. it will operate regardless of Door Lock/Unlock. If there is any problem with Motor. Toinformation Water Valve Test. related error codes will be displayed. all of the operations will stop. The Door Lock will be on during the motor operation. check visually if water comes out with each Water Valve On mode. So. If there is any problem with Drain Pump. PCB Assy.4-2-1. press the Spin Key while model information is being displayed during the Quick Test Mode. So. 2. door needs to besecured for the Water flow to operate Therefore. out If there Water problem with lve the water valves could not operate. To enter the Water Valve Test.the door will be released. 2. 3. the machine will return 4. So. or Wire Harness. skip Pre Water Va and d WF306BHW(F8b) do not have the jump to Cold Water Valve it will skip Pre Water Valve On and jump to Cold Water On. And. Valve On. thewater valves could not operate. Each time theand WF306BHW(F8b) do have cycle through the operations on the But. PCB Assy. or Wire Harness. To check the Drain Pump operation. pre water valve. the with lock Valve. Water Valve. The to the beginning as shown in the Valve chart. Each time the Temp Key is pressed. Therefore. 4. Motor or Drain Pump operation. 4.

needs replacing if “FAiL” is displayed during EEPROM reset. PCB assy.The unit needs to be on.Press Delay Start Key. press the Signal and Extra Rinse Keys for 3 seconds or until the unit sends out beeping sounds. EEPROM should be reset.All course/option settings are to be reset to default values after EEPROM initialization. 5. 4-2-3. If PCB assy. 2.4-2-2. Signal Key and Power Key at the same time.) 4-4 . 7-Segment will blink “cc” and the remaining time in turns. So. The Continuous Run Mode will repeat the previous cycle until continuous run mode is cancelled.Special Test Mode can be entered during all washing cycle without interrupting the cycle except some of test modes. Special Test Mode Definition of Special Test Mode: . 2. . . If there is any problem with EEPROM. My Cycle and Power Failure Compensation. 7-Segment will display “ FAiL ”.Will continuously repeat the current cycle until the Continuous Run Mode is cancelled.Press Delay Start Key and Extra Rinse Key together for 3 sec. If problem occurs with Sticky Function. . Once in Continuous Run Mode. Continuous Run Mode Definition of Continuous Run Mode: .When Service arises and it needs PCB replacement.) EEPROM Reset Mode: 1.EEPROM initialization. it may be due to EEPROM . Check EEPROM’s condition at EEPROM Clear Mode. 3. (Same for all Frontier models. (same for all Frontier models. 4-2-4. How to Enter: . EEPROM Reset Mode Definition of EEPROM Reset Mode: .Special Test Mode enables service technicians to verify the operation of the washing machine and do troubleshooting. 7-segment will no longer display “cc”. During Continuous Run Mode. EEPROM can be reset once the user enters the EEPROM Clear Mode.To enter the Special Test Mode. press Delay Start + Extra Rinse Key for 3 seconds to return to normal user mode. How to Enter: . Press Delay Start + Extra Rinse Key for 3 sec during Power On State (Normal User Mode) . 3. “Good” will be displayed if everything is OK. is replaced for some reason. 4.Various tests can be done with Special Test Mode. . (Same for all Frontier models. but only display the remaining time. 4. . How to Enter: .) Continuous Run Mode: 1. troubleshooting can be done based on the resulting diagnostic codes. EEPROM needs resetting.

During Special Test Mode.e. Also.. the current cycle in progress will not be interrupted and only the display will change) 4. (same for all Frontier models. The motor speed will be displayed when started (It displays 0 when the motor does not spin). press Signal and Extra Rinse Keys for 3 second again. 4-2-5. Quick Spin Test Mode: As it enters into the Quick Spin Test Mode. To hold Quick Spin Test Mode (entering Speed Hold Mode). to cancel the hold and allow Quick Spin Test Mode to continue. If no key is operated during Special Test Mode for 5 minutes. it starts spinning and reaches to its maximum RPM. To exit Special Test Mode. The washer must be on to go into the Special Test Mode. And then. (i. 4-5 .Cannot enter once the washing cycle has started. 3. press the Start/Pause button. 5. (High RPM) How to Enter: . It will continue to display the condition of the door lock. All LED’s will be turned off except the “Door Lock” LED. If the Start/Pause button is pressed during Quick Spin Test Mode. the machine will return to normal user mode. The present state of the machine will not be changed. Quick Spin Test Mode Definition of Quick Spin Test Mode: . it stays at its maximum speed for 2 minutes before it exits the Quick Spin Test Mode.Quick Spin Test Mode is to do Spin Check.4-2-4.) . press the Delay Start and Silver Wash Keys (Rinse Water + Key) for 3 seconds to enter Quick Spin Test Mode. Special Test Mode Special Test Mode: 1. it will stop accelerating and hold its spinning speed for 10 minutes before going back to Quick Spin Test Mode. or Power Key. 2. press the Delay Start and Silver Wash Keys together for 3 seconds.

the total number of washings will light up and a signal LED will glow (Louder. Then. (same for all Frontier models. Then. press the Soil Level Key during Special Test Mode. 4.) Cycle Count Check Mode: 1.To enter the S/W Version Check Mode.4-2-6. How to Enter: . (same for all Frontier models. (During Continuous Run Mode. press the “Signal” key again. When the Signal key is pressed. Activate the Special Test Mode in advance. 2. it does not Do not count any cycle in Continuous Run Mode) 5. press the Signal Key during Special Test Mode. Press the Soil Level Key to bring up its software Version Ex) Generate U005 at U005 3. Off LED).S/W Version Check Mode is to bring up S/W Version information. 2. 3. 4-6 .Cycle Count Check Mode is to tally up the number of washings. To exit the Cycle Count Check Mode.To enter the Cycle Count Check Mode. The maximum number of cycles will be 2999.) S/W Version Check Mode: 1. it returns to the Special Test Mode with motor RPM illuminating. The counter will roll over to 0 and start counting again after 2999. it returns to the Special Test Mode with motor RPM illuminating. press the Soil Level S/W once again. Activate the Special Test Mode in advance. How to Enter: . S/W Version Check Mode Definition of S/W Version Check Mode: . 4-2-7. The counting will be carried out at the end of the normal cycle. Cycle Count Check Mode Definition of Cycle Count Check Mode: . Softer. To exit the S/W Version Check Mode.

Activate the Special Test Mode in advance.Beginning of Fabric Softener Fill .Every 3 minutes during Wash and Rinse Tumble Session Marker Fill Wa ter Pre Wa sh 3 min utes Drai n Spin At this point.To enter the Fast Time Down Test Mode.Beginning of Drain Session . How to Enter: . Fill Wa ter 3 minu tes Main Wa sh 3 minu tes Drai n Spin Fill Wa ter Pre e Valv Rinse 3 minu tes n Drai Spin Bleach Supply Fill Wa ter Pre Valv e e Final Rins n Drai Final Spin Softener Supply 3 minu tes 4-7 . it carries out draining before the spinning. itwill carry out drai ing n before the spinning . it checks the water level.Beginning of Spin Session (Here.Beginning of Fill Session .Fast Time Down Test Mode is to forward the program to the next cycle stage.4-2-8.End of Each Fill (Beginning of Wash or Rinse Tumble Session) . (same for all Frontier models. To forward the program to the next cycle stage.) Fast Time Down Test Mode: 1. So.) . if it is over the reset level. press the Temp key during Special Test Mode. and If it is over the reset level. it checks the water level. Each stage is located at key points of a complete cycle as follows: . Fast Time Down Test Mode Definition of Fast Time Down Test Mode: . 2.Beginning of Bleach Fill . press the Temp key.

4-2-9. it indicates 24. “7E” if AG kit is out of order (check wire harness & PCB) 12. Water Temperature Display in Celsius Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Heavy Duty” and press the Start/Pause dial. Door Status (Lock/Unlock) Display Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Perm Press” and press the Start/Pause dial: “UL” will illuminate if unlocked. Then. “8E” if MEMS Sensor kit is out of order (check wire harness & PCB) High Water Leel v (Overflow LEVEL) Medium Water Le vel Heater Reset Water Level 4-8 . MEMS Sensor Kit Status.-” if MEMS Sensor kit is operated properly. 5. The Medium water level is defined as the level needed for the heater to turn on. AG Kit Status Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Rinse+Spin” and press the Start/Pause dial. (same for all Frontier models. Overflow Water Level Display Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Delicate/Hand Wash” and press the Start/Pause dial: “ ‾0 ” will illuminate if below level. “ ‾1 ” if above level (Overflow).35 kHz. 6. it will display the MEMS Sensor Kit status after displaying “00” for 3 seconds: “.-” if AG kit is operated properly. The above water level is defined as the overflow water level.) Board Input Test Mode: 1. 9. “-1” if above level (Heater-On). How to Enter: . “CL” if closed. Heater-On Water Level Display Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Wool” and press the Start/Pause dial: “ -0” will illuminate if below level. “LO” if locked. 11. Water Temperature Display in Fahrenheit Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Normal” and press the Start/Pause dial. 4. Water Level Display (Frequency) Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Towels” and press the Start/Pause dial: If it illuminates “2435”. press the Extra Wash key during Special Test Mode.To enter the Board Input Test Mode. Reset Water Level Display Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Quick Wash” and press the Start/Pause dial: “_0” will illuminate if below level (Reset). Door Position (Open/Close) Display Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Whites” and press the Start/Pause dial: “OP” will illuminate if open.Board Input Test Mode is to displays a specified input after a key press. 2. Board Input Test Mode Definition of Board Input Test Mode: . 3. 8. Press the Extra Wash key to start Board Input Test. 7. 10. Activate the Special Test Mode first. it will display the Ag Kit Status in 3 seconds: “. Dial the Rotary Cycle Selector to “Spin Only” and press the Start/Pause dial. Then. “_1” if above level.

(same for all Frontier models. So. “. it shows the diagnostic codes in the reverse order. 3. 2.d3~d9). 5. turn the Rotary Cycle Selector in one direction (either Clockwise or Counterclockwise).-” 7. press the Silver Wash (Rinse Water +) during Special Test Mode.) Board Input Test Mode: 1. 4-9 .Diagnostic Code Check Mode is to bring up the stored diagnostic codes (reference codes for service technicians). 4.-” after them. When there are only 6 codes stored in EEPROM. 6. it shows from d4 down to “d”. Ex) When it stops at d5 and turns backward. when it goes beyond it.To enter the Diagnostic Code Check Mode with code “d” flashing.4-2-10. it shows diagnostic codes from the latest (d1).d2. when turning the Rotary Selector Key in the same direction. Diagnostic Code Check Mode Definition of Diagnostic Code Check Mode: . To cycle through the diagnostic codes (d1.-” and “d” will light up. How to Enter: . Press the “Silver Wash (Rinse Water +)” key to start Diagnostic Code Check Mode with Code “d” flashing. EEPROM holds the codes up to 9 of them. Ex) “d” – d1~d9 – “. Refer to Diagnostic Code. it will display “. Now. When turning it in the opposite direction. Activate the Special Test Mode first.

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use the box driver 17mm. Nipper. 13. 1 TOOL 10mm 13mm 19mm Double-ended 10. Long nose) JIG for the Tub Heater (1) Motor (1). Tool to protect the idle and abrasion of the bolt for the box driver. 1 (Disassemble and Assemble) 2 3 4 5 5-1 . TOOLS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY NO. ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY 5-1. 2 holes of each left and right of the shock absorber 1 Pulley hole Replaceable for the box driver. General tools for the after service.5. Balance (5). Since the bolt runs idle when the box driver is used.19mm spanner Box driver Vice pliers Other(Driver.

2. Remove Top Cover. 3. personal injury or death. Water Level Sensor 1. 2. Disconnect the wire harness. 3.5-2. Remove Top Cover. disconnect the power to the washing machine. 5-2 . Disconnect the wire harness. Unplug the unit. Remove screws(2ea) at the back. 5. 2. Take out Pressure Hose. Unplug the unit. 4. Remove the screw(1ea). Remove screws(2ea) from the rail. 4. Slide Top Cover back and lift it up. 3. Remove clamps and hoses. Ag Kit 1. DISASSEMBLY Warning! To avoid risk of electrical shock. 4. Unplug the unit. Part Name Descriptive Picture How To Do Top Cover 1.

5-2. DISASSEMBLY
Part Name Descriptive Picture How To Do

Ag PCB

1. Unplug the unit. 2. Remove Top Cover. 3. Flip open the PCB cover. 4. Disconnect the wire harness. 5. Remove screws (2ea) on the frame.

EMI Filter

1. Unplug the unit. 2. Remove Top Cover. 3. Remove the earth screw. 3. Remove the acorn nut (13mm) and disconnect the wire harness.

Water Valve

1. Unplug the unit. 2. Remove Top Cover. 3. Remove two screws for each Single Hot and 3-Combo Cold Valve. 4. Remove clamps and hoses.

Dispenser

1. Unplug the unit. 2. Remove Top Cover. 3. Remove Dispenser Drawer. 4. Remove screws(3ea) on the top. 5. Plug out all the connectors. 6. Unscrew(6ea) PCB and separate it from Console.

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5-2. DISASSEMBLY
Part Name Descriptive Picture How To Do 1. Unplug the unit. 2. Remove Top Cover. 3. Remove Dispenser Drawer. 4. Remove screws(3ea) on the top. 5. Plug out all the connectors. 6. Unscrew(6ea) PCB and separate it from Console.

Console

Door

1. Unplug the unit. 2. Remove screws(2ea) and takeout Door Assy from Front Panel. 3. Remove screws along the perimeter of Glass Retainer. 4. Remove Glass Retainer. 5. Remove Door Glass. 6. Remove Hinge. 7. Remove Outer Window Panel. 1. Unplug the unit. 2. Remove Top Cover, Dispenser, Console and Door. 4. Snap up the boot at 6 o’clock and pull out the clamp spring. 5. Pull the boot from the lip formed into the front opening. 6. Remove screws(2ea) on the bottom. 7. Remove screws(4ea) on the top. 8. Plug out the connectors to Door Lock. 9. Lift out Front Panel.

Front Panel

Boot

1. Unplug the unit. 2. Knock the unit down to Front Panel (included). 3. Unscrew the boot clamp at 12 o’clock. 4. Pull out the boot.

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5-2. DISASSEMBLY

Part Name

Descriptive Picture

How To Do

Heater

1. Unplug the unit. 2. Knock the unit down to Front Panel (included). 3. Remove the wire connectors. 4. Remove the nut (10mm) in the center and take out Heater.

Motor

1. Unplug the unit. 2. After removing screws(2ea) on Back Cover, take out Back Cover by sliding it up. 4. Rotate Motor Cover to locate a slot in Stator. Insert a Phillips screwdriver into the slot to lock Stator. 5. Remove the nut (19mm). 6. Grab Motor Cover at 3 and 9 o’clock and pull it out. 7. Remove the bolts (6ea, 10mm) securing Stator Coil to Tub. 8. Remove the wire connectors.

Drain Pump

1. Unplug the unit. 2. Remove Back Cover. 3. Remove the wire connector. 4. Remove Clamp and Drain Hose. 5. Remove Clamp and Pump Hose. 6. Remove the bolts (3ea, 13mm) securing Drain Pump to Cabinet Bottom. 7. Remove the screw securing Drain Pump to the support bracket. Twist Drain Pump clockwise to remove. * Make sure to put an empty container under Drain Pump to hold water inside.

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Part Name Descriptive Picture How To Do 1. After the above knock-down to Drain Pump, do the following. 2. Remove screws holding the wire harness. 3. Remove the bolts (2ea,13mm) securing Rear Struts to Cabinet Bottom. 4. Swing Struts up against Tub to make it easy to remove Tub Assy. 5. Remove bolts (2ea each side, 13mm) securing Counter Weights. 6. Remove the screw holding the wire harness. 7. Remove bolts (2ea each side, 13mm) securing Front Struts to Cabinet Bottom and swing Struts up against Tub.. 8. Loop the wire harness and Water Pressure Hose out of its retaining holders. 9. Remove screws (7ea) securing Rail Frame and take it off. 10. Remove Clamp and Vent Hose. 11. Loop out Suspension Spring by lifting it up (each side). 12. Take out Tub and put it on block supports (4” wood blocks or their equivalents) to prevent shaft damage. 13. Remove screws (10mm) around the perimeter of the tub. 14. Separate Front and Back Tubs from each other. 15. Take out Spinner Drum. 16. Remove screws to disassemble Baffles. * When assembling, make sure that Front and Back Tubs are fastened up tightly. If not, it will cause water leakage.

Outer Tub and Spinner(1)

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C. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS As the micom wash machine is configured of the complicate structure. there might be the service call.C.B assembly is designed for no trouble. 6-1 .6.B assembly by the wrong diagnosis and follow the procedure of the trouble diagnosis when the micom is not op erated normally. do not replace the P. 2) Since AC220~240V is applied to the triac T1 and T2 on P. TROUBLE SHOOTING 6-1. 1) As some electronic components are damaged by the charged static electricity from the resin part of wash machine or the human body. Caution for the Repair and Replacement Please follow below instruction for the trouble diagnosis and parts replacement. Below information is prepared for exact trouble diagnosis and suitable repair guide. prepare the human body earth or remove the potential differ ence of the human body and wash machine by contacting the power supply plug when the work contact ing to PCB is executed.C.B. the electric shock may occur by touching and be careful that the strong and weak electricity are mixed. 3) As the P.

• Check for water left inside the washer. (CN9 1 & 3 = 11. go to “Will Not Drain”. • Start a normal cycle with the drum empty and fill her up to check its tumbling. change PCB. Pressure Switch. Faulty motor.CN9. • Close door and push the Start/Pause key to run the washer.) • Replace PCB. CN9 1 & 2 = 11. unless testing requires power. change PCB. Does the washer spin? (Before the test. • Push any key to turn on the washer and press the Start/Pause key to run the washer. change the motor. (CN9 Pin1&3 = 11. Motor. (Refer to PCB Connector Check.6ohms ±7%.6 ohms ±7% Faulty Main Control Board. Tach Harness and Motor Control. (Before test. • Check for loose connections at PCB.6 ohms (±7% 20°C/68°F basis)) • If it doesn’t tumble after all of the above tests. etc.6ohms ±7%. • • • • Start normal cycle with an empty machine and allow a fill to check tumble. Suds will light up instead of remaining time.6 ohms (at ±7% 20°C)) 6-2 . (If the washer is in suds period.) • Check Water Supply. empty the unit inside. • Check the line or water valve screen filter. • Plug the unit into the wall outlet. Hall Sensor Wire Harness.) • Check for loose connections at PCB. When the problem persists. Will Not Start Leaking No Tumble • • Will Not Spin • Make sure to close the door completely. • Check fuse or reset circuit breaker. disconnect power to unit before servicing. • Check if washer is in a pause. (CN8. Water Level Sensor. Pins 1 & 2 = 11.) • Check motor windings resistance. Check Possible unbalanced load scenario in normal mode. CN9 pins 1 & 3 = 11.) Check for loose connections at Machine Control Board. Check for proper voltage. soak or suds process. • Check if PCB connectors are assembled properly. • Perform Quick Test Mode or Quick Spin Test. Motor.) If it doesn’t tumble after the above. “nd” error will occur after 15 minutes. CN6 terminals on PCB are in good condition. • Check if CN5. When the problem persists. Motor. Water Level Sensor. (Refer to the component testing procedure) Check motor windings resistance. (Refer to the Component Testing Procedure) • Check motor windings resistance. Perform Quick Spin Test.CN3) (Refer to the Component Testing Procedure. Hall Sensor Wire Harness.6-1. change the motor. Pins 2 & 3 = 11. If so. personal injury or death. Pin2&3 = 11. • Perform Quick Test Mode or Quick Spin Test (Carry it out without laundry in the unit. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS WARNING To avoid risk of electrical shock.6 ohms (±7% 20°C basis).6ohms (at ±7% 20°C). Does the washer spin? If it does. (If there is electrical problem in drain system. Wait briefly and it may start. Pin1&2 = 11.) • Check for restricted drain system.6 ohms (±7% 20°C basis). CN9 2 & 3 = 11.6 ohms (at ±7% 20°C/68°F). make sure that the tumbler is empty. • Perform Quick Test Mode or Quick Spin Test.

If it reads 120V. Check Door Lock. (Refer to PCB Connector Check. 6-3 . change Door Lock switch. • Check if inlet screens are clogged up.6-1.3. or laundry is small or lightly soiled. • Due to excessive suds by using general detergent. (It should read 1. If 120V present. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS No Water Fill • Perform Quick Test Mode. Softener dispenses using Cold & Bleach Water Valve.) • Try Door Lock and check for 120V to Door Lock Connector.) • Read Lock Switch and PCB (CN10). Use HE (High-Efficiency) or reduce its quantity. Check Pin#1 of CN5 and PIN#1. • Use HE (High-Efficiency) or low sudsing detergent specially formulated for front load washers. and Hot Water Valve. • Perform Quick Test Mode. Cold Water Valve. and if not. • Check PCB and Drain Pump for any loose wire connection. • Low Spin Speed or Drain Only was selected. • Reduce the amount of detergent for that specific load size and soil level. Bleach Water Valve.4 of CN10) • Check Pressure S/W and PCB for loose connections.18K ohms. • Go to “ Will Not Spin”. • Perform Quick Test Mode or Board Output Test to drain. Will Not Lock • Door is not aligned or closed properly. • Reduce the amount of detergent when water is soft.) Tub Full of Suds • Go to “Will Not Drain” and “Will Not Spin” and check the draining. Check all of Water Valves visually.2. • Check if water has enough pressure. • Do one more washing cycle with cold water and a table spoon of salt without detergent. • Check Water Valves and Water Level Sensor (Refer to PCB Connector Check) • Check if there is any kink in inlet hoses. Wet Clothes • Unbalance due to not enough load. (Refer to PCB Connector Check. Keep in mind that towel creates more suds generally. • Check if there is any frozen area in the unit (Drain Hose. change Door Lock Switch. Check the output voltage of Door Lock Coil. change PCB. Put additional load.) • Check if water taps are turned on fully. change Main Control Board and if not. find out its contributors. If so. (Pre Wash Valve. etc) • Measure the resistance of Water Valve Coil. (Refer to PCB Connector Check.

check PCB and Door Lock Switch. • Make sure the domestic water heater is set to deliver water lower than 120°F (49°C) hot water at the tap. • Check if all of the shipping bolts and spacers are removed from the back panel. • Go to Quick Test Mode and do Drain Pump Test. If it reads 120V. Will Not Drain • Check for any kink on the drain hose. If any. When everything is normal. This may appear to be significantly hotter/colder than expected.2 7% Ohms) • Check the pump at CN10 (Pin6) on PCB. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS Will Not Unlock • Check if the door is being pushed out. (Refer to PCB Connector Check. screw out the hot water tap and let its water pass until you get hot water.80 KHz. change Door Lock Switch. • Check if the water level signal input is correct. Water Level (frequency): Over 23. • Check if there is any twist in the hose (the one between Tub and Drain Pump). • Child Lock is being activated. Also check water heater capacity and recovery rate. check PCB connectors and Door Lock Switch. Check the output voltage of Door Lock Coil. put in a few towels to balance it. It should read AC 110~120V. • Check the following with Board Input Test Mode.If there is not enough load. • Door locks itself when the water level is too high. • Disconnect inlet hoses from the Water Valve and remove any residue in the inlet screens. check if it is frozen inside the drain hose. • Read the winding resistance of the pump motor. (Refer to PCB Connector Check. and if not. • Drain manually after removing the plastic drain hose holder. If “LO” keeps illuminating. the washer does not tumble or spin with the door open. • Check if it reads AC 120V at the pump when a spin cycle is selected.) • Perform Quick Test Mode. To exit. → If so. Temperature (Inside Drum): Higher than 60ºC/140ºC. (Refer to PCB Connector Check) Wrong Water Temperature • Check if both of the water taps are fully open. • If the water heater is located far from the washer. only Power button works. • Check if the motor is fastened enough. Noisy and/or Vibration/Walking • Check if the washer is leveled and the lock nuts are tightened up on the bottom plate. Go to Board Input Test Mode. • Close the door and press the Cycle Selector dial. • Check if load is big enough and there is no unbalance. hold down Soil Level Key and Signal Key simultaneously until it sends out a beeping sound. change PCB. 6-4 . → If so. (14. • When “End“ illuminates on the display. • Read Lock Switch and PCB (CN10 & CN7). • Display shows “LO”. • When it is freezing outside. For safety reasons.) No Key Operation • Option and Function buttons respond differently according to each cycle.6-1. wait until it drops. Press Power button and make new cycle selections. • Remove various trouble contributors (such as dust coat on the floor). • Check if the temperature selection is correct. • Too Hot/Too Cold: Reduced amount of water is supplied while PCB controls the influx to regulate the actual temperature of the water in the tub. • Check for any restriction in the drain hose. straight it out. which may keep it from unlocking. Check Door Lock. Opening door will result in water draining from door opening. Turn off and on the unit. refer to “Will Not Drain”.

Remove and wash Dispenser Tray. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS Rubber Feet Leaving Marks on Floor • • Use a pencil eraser to remove mark. and Rinse Cap. Level washer. 6-5 . do not drag. only the Power button will function. Press Power and make new cycle selections. Additive Cups Full of Water • • • Small amount of water in bottom of additive cups is normal. Buttons do not Respond • • • Option and Function buttons respond differently according to each cycle. Child Lock feature has been selected.6-1. Walk washer into location. removable Cup. To disable feature press and hold Temp and Spin simultaneously until a beep is heard. When display shows “End”.

5V.8KHz Check Voltage at Pin #4 and #2 of CN8 Tester Check = DC0V or 3.75V Check Voltage at Pin #4 and #3 of CN8 Tester Check = DC0V or 3.8KHz Check Voltage and Frequency at Pin #6 and #8 of CN3 Reset water level = DC2.2. check if its connector is engaged properly. check the followings. PROBLEM CHECKING AND METHOD OF PCB -If you plug in the power cord and turn Power S/W on. If any data is not displayed. 25. 倫 CNw 塁 倫 CN2 塁 枴 CN4 藍 卵 CN8 柩 欄 CN9 卵 欄 CN5 卵 卵 RY9 嵐 嵐 �c �.CN3 吏 枸 柝 CN7 卵 濫 卵 CNw0 Thermistor Check Check Voltage at Pin #6 and #3 of CN3 Tester Check = DC2.5V. Check Voltage at Pin #6 and #4 of CN3 When Door Open = DC5V When Door Close = DC0V Check Voltage and Frequency at Pin #6 and #7 of CN3 Reset water level = DC2.75V Resistance at Pin #1 and #2 of CN9 =11.6Ω Resistance at Pin #1 and #3 of CN9 =11. 25.3.6Ω Door Lock Check Door Switch Check Check Voltage at Pin #1 of CN5 and Pin #7 of CN10 When Door Lock = AC120V Check Voltage at Pin #1 of CN5 and Pin #2 of CN7 When Door Lock = AC120V Check Voltage at Pin #1 of CN5 and Pin #8 of CN10 When Door Unlock = AC120V Check Voltage at Pin #1 of CN5 and Pin #6 of CN10 When Drain Pump operates = AC120V Check Voltage at Pin #1 of CN5 and Pin #1. memorized data is displayed.5V If it reads 5V.6Ω Resistance at Pin #2 and #3 of CN9 =11.4 of CN10 When each Valve operates = AC120V Check Voltage at Pin #1 and #3 of CN5 Check Voltage at Pin #1 of CN5 and Pin #1 of CN6 Tester Check = AC120V Check Voltage at Pin #1 of CN5 and Pin #2 of RY9 When Heater Relay operates = AC120V Door Unlock Check Water Sensor Check Drain Motor Check Water Valve Check Sump Sensor Check AC Power Check Motor Check Heater Relay Check 6-6 .6-2.

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-.-.-.FR WF316LAW.STS4 TH.L14.-.-.-.-.FR WF-G106AW.-.ZPC3 (WHT) HEX.MUNSELL QTY 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.-.-.+.-.M3.M4.-.-.PASS.WE.-.WHT. WF326LAW.-.ENTRY MFS-F2WLHA-T0 MFS-FTWTHA-00 MES-AG3MOD-S2 MES-MEMS-00 MFS-F2WLHA-S0 GW-PJT.T0.-.L65 WF326LAW.HOS TS85-PJT.PP(TB-53).-.M4.WHT.WHT.WF326LAW.PP(TB-53).1.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.S TH.ZPC(BLK) GW-PJT.+.ID27.-.L14.-.-.-.L12.W GW-PJT.HIPS.-.L12.GW-PJT.M4.GW-PJT.-.-.-..-.L12.NEAT-WHT MAH9700AWW GW-PJT.-.2S. THE CONTROL PARTS NO.-.-.-.+.M4.S BH.-.+.2S.-.WHT WINGS-PJT.-.-.NTR.M4.ZPC3(WH TH.M4.-.+.NYLON.1.-.-.-.-.+.1.-.NEAT-WHT WF326LAW.-.-.-.-.L8.-.-.L12. P1291.5.ABS.-. WF316LAW.ABS(V0). DRAWER GUIDE-LIQUID CAP-RINSE PANEL-DRAWER MASCOT HANDLE-DRAWER ASSY-HOUSING DRAWER HOUSING-DRAWER(L) HOUSING-DRAWER(M) HOUSING-DRAWER(U) VALVE-WATER VALVE-WATER HOSE-DRAWER CLAMPER HOSE CLAMPER HOSE CLAMPER HOSE CLAMPER HOSE CLAMPER HOSE CLAMPER HOSE SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING HOUSING-DRAWER(M) HOUSING-DRAWER(U) BODY-DRAWER CASE-PRE WASH COVER-DETERGENT KNOB-ENCODER ASSY-PANEL CONTROL BUTTON-PUSH(P) ASSY-DRAWER PANEL-DRAWER HANDLE-DRAWER CAP-RINSE SPECIFICATION WF326LAW.NICKEL.HIPS.ABS.-.LYLON6/6.SK5.MUNSELL WF326LAW.+.M4.M4.PP(TB-53). DC64-01106A DC97-10795A DC64-01050A DC64-01105A DC64-01126A DC64-01112A DC66-00413A MFS-F2WLHA-T0 MFS-FTWTHA-00 MES-AG3MOD-S2 MFS-MEMS-00 MFS-F2WLHA-S0 DC61-01164A DC61-01514A DC61-01516A DC97-10336A DC97-08774A DC61-01171A DC67-00121B DC64-01114A DC64-01158A DC64-01113A DC97-07125C DC61-01167C DC61-01168A DC61-01169A DC62-00142D DC62-30314H DC67-00051B DC65-00008A DC65-00014A DC65-00009A DC61-00118A DC61-00118A DC61-00133A 6002-000444 6002-001374 6002-001376 6002-000444 6002-001279 6002-000630 6002-001374 6002-001376 6002-001373 6002-001374 6002-000444 6002-001376 6002-000444 6002-000444 6002-001376 6002-001376 6002-001376 6002-001306 6002-000213 6002-001294 DC61-01168A DC61-01169A DC61-01170A DC61-01267A DC63-00516A DC64-01106A DC97-10795A DC64-01105A DC97-10336A DC64-01114A DC64-01113A DC67-00121B DESCRIPTION KNOB-ENCODER ASSY-PANEL CONTROL PANEL-CONTROL BUTTON-PUSH(P) INLAY-PANEL WINDOW-ENCODER LEVER-POWER ASSY PCB PARTS(M) ASSY PCB PARTS(M) ASSY PCB PARTS(S) ASSY PCB PARTS(S) ASSY PCB PARTS(S) GUIDE-PCB GUIDE-LED(B) GUIDE-LED(C) ASSY-DRAWER ASSY-S.3WAY.ID82.-.MAX10BAR.+.-.-.WHT.STS4 TH.ZPC(YEL).-.-.OD24/ P1291.-.I WF326LAW.2S. SEW-DR605.+.M4.LOWES WF316LAW.M4.WHT.WE.L12.-.STAND WF-G106AW. Q1636GW/XEU. GW-PJT.LO WF326LAW.+.STS4 TH.PASS.PET.-.WHT.STS4 PH.-.ID9.+.L12.LO WF326LAW.48 10 1 1 1 1 1 3 6 4 11 2 1 15 5 12 1 1 1 3 2 3 1 1 5 8 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SVC Code C0104 C0002 C0082 C0044 A0242 C0008 C0108 Y0161 Y0161 Y0162 Y0162 Y0162 Y0002 R0014 R0085 R0157 A0328 C0106 R0155 R0019 R0096 R0097 R0098 W0032 W0032 R0158 N0009 N0018 N0010 N0012 N0012 N0001 Z0008 Z0055 Z0056 Z0008 Z0013 Z0062 Z0055 Z0056 Z0046 Z0055 Z0008 Z0056 Z0008 Z0008 Z0056 Z0056 Z0056 Z0015 Z0006 Z0062 R0097 R0098 R0036 J0028 R0173 C0104 C0002 C0044 R0014 A0328 R0155 R0157 SA/SNA SNA SNA SNA SA SNA SNA SA SA SA SA SA SA SNA SNA SNA SA SNA SA SA SNA SNA SNA SA SA SNA SNA SA SA SA SA SA SA SNA SNA SNA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SC SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SC SNA SNA SNA SA SA SNA SNA SA 12 13 5 37 28 29 25 30 26 27 17 18 20 19 32 48 36 33 45 43 31 21 44 16 23 15 42 7-1 .-.-.L12.-.OD2 TH.GW-PJT.PP(TB-53).1.1.-.ABS.-.5.-.-.+.-.-.FRONTIER WF326LAW.ABS.NTR.1.YEL.+.+. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 CODE NO.WHT.NTR.ABS.-.-.PP(TB-53).-.-.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.-.-.-.-.-.SAN.L14.-.WHT.STS4 PWH.GW-PJT.PASS.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.+.L12.-.-.-.HSWR.NTR.ZPC2.5.-.L14.T0.+.+.+.ABS.PASS.HSWR.M4.ID14.-.PP(TB53).-.M4. EXPLODED VIEW AND PARTS LIST 7-1.2.FRON WF316LAW.-.-.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.EPDM.0.PP(TB53).1.L12.PP(BJ-730).NTR.POM.-.M4.MAX 10BAR.M4.W10.PP(TB53).OD14.2S.WE.+.-.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.TRAN GW-PJT.-.ZPC3 (WHT TH.MAH9700.2S.ABS.ZPC(YEL) TH.M4. GW-PJT.-. P1291.ID27.188.LYLON6/6.OD30.-.-.WHT.STS4 TH.-.-.GW-PJT.+.-.1.-.F WF326LAW.-.-.-.1.ABS.NYLON.YEL.-.M4.ID24.-.L40.-.WHT.5.M4.L12.OD30.-.ZPC3 (WHT TH.L12.PP(TB-53).PP(TB-53).PASS.7.-.PASS.2S.ZPC(YEL).ZPC3 (WHT TH.M6.L14.LOWES WF326LAW.-.-.FRON WF316LAW.-.M4.L16.ABS.F MAH9700. WF316LAW.ABS.L14.WHT.-.-.

-.2S.T0.+.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.-.M4.M4. TH.W FRONTIER-PJT.8. THE DOOR PARTS NO.PASS.-.-.PET.-.-.L12.-.M4.WE.BOROSILICATE.ZPC3 (WHT TH.-.WE.L12.1.L12.+.PP(TB53).L12. QTY 3 3 2 6 15 1 1 4 5 1 3 1 1 1 1 SVC Code Z0008 Z0008 Z0008 Z0055 Z0055 Z0055 D0061 Z0056 Z0056 Z0056 Z0056 Z0056 Z0056 D0106 D0066 SA/SNA SA SA SA SA SA SA SC SA SA SA SA SA SA 10 19 11 12 3 16 1 13 14 15 16 8 2 SA 15 13 17 20 17 18 19 20 21 WF326LAW.-.-.1.M5.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.-.L54.-.+.T2.T2.STS4 TH.1.SECC.M4.CRWF326LAW.POM.+.+.L14.+.-.WHT.PET.L12.1.ZPC3 (WHT TS85-PJT.+.ZPC3 (WHT TH.-.L12.8.-.M4. 6002-000444 6002-000444 6002-000444 6002-001374 6002-001374 6002-001374 DC64-00504A 6002-001376 6002-001376 6002-001376 6002-001376 6002-001376 6002-001376 DC63-00673A DC64-01120A 6002-001279 DC61-01520A DC66-00326A 6001-001773 DC61-01518A DC97-10718A DC97-04973A DC63-00673A DC64-01120A DESCRIPTION SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING DOOR-GLASS SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING COVER-DOOR DOOR-SAFETY SCREW-TAPPING HOLDER-GLASS LEVER-DOOR SCREW-MACHINE FRAME-FRONT ASSY-HINGE DOOR ASSY-WIRE DIAPHRAGM COVER-DOOR DOOR-SAFETY SPECIFICATION TH.CRWF326LAW.-.L12.M4.T2. 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 D0081 D0107 Z0027 F0103 SA SA SA 9 5 11 24 6 14 23 18 10 22 21 22 23 24 R0030 D0106 D0066 SA SA 7-2 .L14.ABS.-.+.ABS.L12.M4.WHT.TH.STS430.-.+.-.-.-.NTR.-.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.-.L12.PASS.+.T2.-.-.-.-.2S.M4.PASS.M4.1.+.1.M4.STS4 TH.M4.PASS. TS85-PJT.2S.-.M4.-. WF326LAW.WE. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 4 CODE NO.FRAME-FRONT WF316LAW.STS4 TH.-.W24.-.+.-.+.-.SINGLE TS85-PJT.8.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.8.L12.8.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.L14.NTR.-.ZPC3 (WHT) WF316LAW.T2.8.7-2.-.-.

P1.ZPC3(WHT).ALDC+SM45C/DD-T M7.LYLON6/6.F HOSE-DRAIN HOSE-O.W624.30-50 GW-PJT.ZPC3(WH TH.-.FRPP(GF15%).1 -.-.+.-.4.6.-.HSWR.EPDM.M6.-.M4.P1.2S.-.-. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 CODE NO.5.L14.-.M8.-.60N GW-PJT.-.-.T2.-.1.-.1.L30.ZPC2.STS316L.1.-.ID10.-.-.T3.-.NBR(SD45.+.-.L14.ID10.ZPC3(WHT).4.-.SWRCH18A.L56.L66.-.-.SM10C.ZPC3(WHT).T2.WINGS-PJT.-.STS304 P1291.ZPC3 (WHT) SEW-100JL.T2.SBHG1-A.HSWR/ZPC4 KS-PJT.NTR.GR DA-8N.7-3. WINGS-PJT.1.STS4 TH.SEW-100JL.STS430/304.STS4 TH.ZPC3(YEL) -.BLK.-.0*L150. 6002-001373 6002-001374 6011-001554 6011-001559 DC31-00049A DC47-00006G DC60-50148B DC60-60044A DC60-60044A DC60-60044A DC60-60049A DC61-01257A DC67-00139A DC97-02412F DC97-10337A 6011-001491 DC66-00386A DC66-00387A DC66-00388B DC66-00434A DC97-06986A 6011-001553 6011-001557 6011-001557 DC60-60044A DC61-00219C DC61-01482A DC61-01338A DC65-00014A DC65-20008C DC66-00343A DC67-00123A DC67-00126A DC67-00155A DC69-00804A DC72-00001D DC72-00035A DC97-08649A 6002-000444 6002-000444 6002-000444 6002-000444 6002-000444 6002-001376 6002-001376 6011-001557 DC60-60044A DC60-60044A DC60-60044A DC61-00118A DC61-01172A DC63-10003E DC64-00802A DC65-20008C DC66-00343C DC67-00122A DC72-00001A DC97-04981D DC63-10002Q DC67-00124A DC97-08650A DC62-00156A 6031-001523 DC66-10003B DC61-01431A DC61-01414A DC65-00009A DC97-08649A 6002-001376 6002-001376 DC66-10003B DC66-10003B DC66-10003B DESCRIPTION SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING BOLT-ETC BOLT-HEX MOTOR-DRUM HEATER NUT-HEX WASHER-PLAIN WASHER-PLAIN WASHER-PLAIN WASHER-SPRING SPRING-HANGER WEIGHT-BALANCER(F) ASSY-BOLT ASSY-DRUM BOLT-FLANGE DRUM-FRONT DRUM-BACK DRUM-WRAPPER DRUM-LIFTER ASSY-FLANGE SHAFT BOLT-ETC BOLT-HEX BOLT-HEX WASHER-PLAIN CLIP-HOSE BRACKET-HEATER BRACKET-HOUSING BEARING CLAMPER HOSE CABLE CLAMP DAMPER-SHOCK HOSE-O.STS4 TH.T2.-.OD30.ZPC GW-PJT.STS430 H/L NO4.GW-PJT.HSWR.L66.-. GW-PJT.-.5.+.HSWR.-.ID10.T0.4.MOTOR/M8*L62 WF326LAW.SIR GW-PJT.HB22-GREY.5.-.F(I) PACKING-TUB BAND-RING BAND-RING ASSY-SEMI TUB BACK SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING BOLT-HEX WASHER-PLAIN WASHER-PLAIN WASHER-PLAIN CLAMPER HOSE GUIDE-WATER SPONGE-HOSE AIR DOOR-DIAPHRAGM CABLE CLAMP DAMPER-SHOCK HOSE-DRAWER TUB BAND-RING ASSY-CLAMP DIAPHGRAM SPONGE-HARNESS HOSE-PRESSURE ASSY-SEMI TUB FRONT SEAL-OIL WASHER-WAVE WIRE-VINYL BRACKET-TUB(B) BRACKET-TUB(F) CLAMPER HOSE ASSY-SEMI TUB BACK SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING WIRE-VINYL WIRE-VINYL WIRE-VINYL SPECIFICATION HEX.OD30.ZPC3 (WHT M6.OD30.BL GW-PJT. THE TUB PARTS NO.2S.ID WINGS-PJT. WF326LAW.-.ID27.OD18.+.ID10.4.YEL.NEWMOTECH.STS4 TH.EPDM.L38.-.STS304.5.PASS.-.2.WINGS-PJT.OD30.NYLON#66.ZPC2.ID13.0.T2.M4.STS304 -.M12.+.5.25.PASS.ID35 OD37.2S.PP(TI42).L12.-.-.M4.M4.0.M4.5.-.-.L14.2S.PASS.+.5.SM10C.ID561.PVC.1000W.-.PVC.T2.T3.SEW-100JL.OD30.-.L14.-.PASS.-.-.ID82.ID13.L12.BLK.OD30.5).SM10C.T0.L14.-.5.ID10.T3.0*L150.-.YEL.T0.0 M10.ID35.EPDM.SAMBAK TS85-PJT.-.OD45.GW-PJT.-.T3.STS304 -.-.-.-.-.HOS DA-8N.5.T0. GW-PJT.-.-.F MAH2400AWW.-.-.T0.ID10.-.-.-.-.+. WINGS-PJT.+.2S.M4.0*L150.EPDM.-.SM10C.WSLS1100A.-.-.HE M8.L12.-.-.HSWR.ID10.STS304 -.T2.EPDM.-.0*L150.OD24/ WINGS-PJT.QTY 12 6 6 4 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 4 1 6 1 1 1 3 1 20 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 3 11 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 1 4 SVC Code Z0046 Z0055 U0097 U0320 H0075 U0358 Z0004 U0353 U0353 U0353 U0362 A0351 U0086 U0365 R0001 Z0023 R0002 R0005 R0003 R0006 R0007 U0097 U0320 U0320 U0353 N0020 U0359 U0112 N0018 U0363 U0133 I0047 I0043 U0185 U0364 W0031 W0031 U0078 Z0008 Z0008 Z0008 Z0008 Z0008 Z0056 Z0056 U0320 U0353 U0353 U0353 N0012 P0148 U0367 U0029 U0363 U0133 I0046 W0031 U0038 W0059 I0078 U0079 U0016 U0354 U0385 U0384 N0010 U0078 Z0056 Z0056 SA/SNA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SNA SNA SNA SA SA SNA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SNA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SNA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SNA SA SA SA SA SNA SA SA SA SNA SA SA SNA SNA SNA 62 50 18 60 66 68 65 64 67 29 24 24 59 59 2 63 29 61 37 37 7-3 .ID561 GW-PJT.ZPC3 (WHT) M8.OD30.-.RED.T130.STS304 SK-5.PVC.-..-.BL WINGS-PJT.PASS.PASS.T3.5.PU-FOAM.-.SK5.PVC.HOSE WINGS-PJT.-.-.YEL.-.-.5.-.5.-.T3.W100.ZPC3(WHT).OD GW-PJT.0.5.SAMBAK TH. SM20C(NYLON).STS304 -.T3.5.-.STS4 TH.7.OD30.+.ID6 WINGS-PJT.-. GW-PJT. TS85-PJT.STS304 -.ZPC3(WHT).-.T2.ZPC3(WHT).L2 GW-PJT.BLK.+.BLK.M4.-.-.EPDM-FORM.L12.-.L40.STS430 H/L NO4.EPDM.WE.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.FRONTIER M8.-.L12.-.-.M4.-.92~8.T2.-.SBHG1-A.+.SEW-HW125.4.NYLON#66.L66.-. GW-PJT.6.L41.-.-.-.STS430 H/L NO4.M4.ID10.H GW-PJT.M4.W9 GW-PJT.YEL.SBHG1-A(G GW-PJT.SAMBAK TH.HSWR.-.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.G GW-PJT.OD30.L314.T2.PI8.T4.5. DRUM-MODEL.T3. SEW-HW125.-.ID26.T1.HSWR.-.-.-.-.GC.SEW-100JL. GW-PJT.SWRCH10A.OD 68.NTR.

L56 GW-PJT.L115 WINGS-PJT.+..WINGS-PJT SK-5.0.T2.GW-PJT.NTR LFT-215G.-. THE FRAME PARTS 36 60 NO.L14.W684.WINGS-PJT.SWCH25K.NYLON66.NYLON66. WINGS.SECC(EGI).M4.ZPC3(BLK).L12.+.-.-.-.7-4.-.ID WINGS-PJT.GA.W426.F HOLDER-WIRE HOSE-HANGER ASSY-FIXER TUB ASSY-FRAME WIRE-VINYL WIRE-VINYL BOLT-HEX CLAMPER HOSE LEG-RUBBER NUT-HEXAGON FLANGE ASSY-HOSE DRAIN(I) CLIP-HOSE SCREW-TAPPING COVER-TOP ASSY-FRAME ASSY-CAP O.-.M6.M4.PVC.WINGS-PJT.ID16.HOSE DRUM-MODEL.80W(120V/60Hz) BH.W110.EGI.-.YEL.WHT.970/1080 GW27.250VAC.-.PP(JS20).40mm.T1.GI.H+COLD SEW-100JL.ID35 OD37.+.WEIGHT390G.-.ZPC(BLK) -.M4.-.SWC.NTR.-.ZNDC.-.SWRCH DAWH-18NB. MAH9700AWW.BUTYL.WING 1C.-.HSWR.15A P1291.M5.PP.POM.L12.SUDS DAWH-2NC.T1.-.M4.ZPC3 (WHT) CH.-.M4.WE.4.T1.NTR. GW-PJT. GW-PJT.ID27.3/16AWG GW-PJT.+.0*L150.GW.-.GW-PJT.SBHG1-A.-.F SPECIFICATION TH.T1.60Hz.T1.SBHG1-A.BLK.-.GRY.6 WINGS-PJT.T1.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.T2.PP(5113MF6).WE. 6002-001374 6002-001374 6002-001374 6002-001376 6002-001376 6002-001376 6002-001376 6009-001458 DC61-01166A DC67-00172A DC96-00774A 6002-001294 DC31-00054A DC61-01424A DC61-01254A DC62-00202A DC63-00619A DC97-03716C DC61-00553C DC61-01200A DC97-08635D DC61-01403A DC61-01404A DC67-00170A DC67-00170B 6009-001476 6502-000127 DC29-00013A DC61-00133A DC61-00274A DC61-01432A DC63-00522A DC96-00757A DC97-07126A DC97-07127A DC97-07128D DC72-00001D DC72-00035A DC72-00001A DC97-08634A DC61-01256A DC61-01180A DC61-01182B DC61-01183B DC97-06994A DC97-08740C DC61-40081A DC62-10278A DC97-07448A DC97-06995A DC66-10003B DC66-10003B 6011-001565 DC61-00118A DC61-01432A 6021-001203 DC97-07128D DC61-00219C 6002-001306 DC63-00523A DC97-06995A DC97-08740C DESCRIPTION SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-SPECIAL FRAME-PLATE(U) CAP-O.-.SBHG1-A.WINGS_PJT.UL/CSA.-.-.-.-.L12.L12.-.W185.M4.HEX.SBHG1-A/T1.-.T2.GW-PJT.W170.DN-S14T/ -.WSLS1100A.TAPP P1291.ZPC3(BLK).WIN SEW-3HW123.WE.+.D GW-PJT.T3.H+COLD GW-PJT. MAH9700AWW.-.NTR.EPDM.LYLON6/6.L16.80W/3600RPM WINGS-PJT.PO30.-.ZPC TH.GRY.4.2.1.T1.T0.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.W52.GW-PJT.6 GW-PJT.-.WEIGHT305G.M4.-.OD20 GW-PJT.-.+.PP.COLD MAH9700AWW.WHT.M4.NYLON66.OVER FL WINGS-PJT.-.1.ZPC3 (WHT) TH.0.ZPC3 (WHT TH.YEL.+.1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 CODE NO.GRY.ZPC3 (WHT TH.M4.ZPC(YEL).-.HSWR.1.-.L35.-.4.ID24.FRAME/DRA MAH9700AWW.1.ZPC(YEL).T1.L10.-.L12.+.5.M4.OD30.ID15..POWER CORD GW-PJT.-.BUTYL.+.1.YEL.T2.ZPC3 (WHT TH.-.ID6 GW-PJT.SBHG1-A.-.NTR FRONTIER.-.-.1~10BAR.ZPC(YEL) GW-PJT.0.8.L12.0.-.EPDM.L507.+.HSWR.SUDS QTY 6 15 1 4 5 1 3 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 8 1 1 2 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 5 1 4 1 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 2 SVC Code Z0055 Z0055 Z0055 Z0056 Z0056 Z0056 Z0056 Z0047 F0125 A0047 J0013 Z0062 J0025 J0017 J0019 F0223 J0029 Q0006 M0048 U0161 U0380 U0378 U0379 Z0048 U0363 W0036 N0001 A0083 B0073 A0282 W0002 I0040 I0040 I0023 W0031 W0031 W0031 P0001 A0352 F0094 F0079 U0364 F0066 A0372 N0006 I0030 A0025 F0028 U0320 N0012 B0073 B0076 I0023 N0020 Z0015 P0053 F0028 A0372 SA/SNA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SNA SA SNA SNA SA SNA SA SA SA SA SA SA SNA SNA SNA SNA SA SA SA SNA SA SNA SA SA SC SC SA SA SA SA SA SNA SNA SNA SNA SNA SA SA SA SA SA SNA SNA SA SNA SNA SNA SA SA SC SNA SA SA 15 15-5 4 15-6 19 2 3 7 24 16 6 1 18 17 42 46 43 54 15-3 5 15-1 8 9 37 8 59 37 20 26 57 15-4 50 27 31 51 44 62 62 44 58 15-9 15-2 49 61 ( ASSY-PUMP DRAIN ) 23 53 48 19 19-4 19-2 19-3 19-1 ( ASSY-ABSORBER ) 56 55 56 22 22 52 55 28 15 55 32 B A: B: 45 25 33 13 47 B B A B A A A B A 7-4 .HOT GW-PJT.-.120V.PP(BJ-730).-.-.-.L10.-.SEW-100JL.PVC.-.CD2.+.-.L12.T4.-.ZNDC.-.SW GW-PJT.6 GW-PJT.-.NTR -.-.M10.6.-.0*L150.-.-.WINGS-PJT WINGS-PJT.F ASSY-PUMP DRAIN SCREW-TAPPING PUMP-DRAIN BRACKET-PUMP CASE-PUMP VALVE-CHECK CUSHION-PUMP ASSY-SENSOR PRESSURE HOLDER-WIRE SADDLE GUIDE-WIRE ASSY-ABSORBER BRACKET-ABSORBER SPRING-ABSORBER WEIGHT-ABSORBER WEIGHT-ABSORBER SCREW-HEX CABLE CLAMP FILTER-EMI CLAMPER HOSE GUIDE-HOSE LEG-RUBBER COVER-BACK ASSY POWER CORD ASSY-HOSE WATER ASSY-HOSE WATER ASSY-HOSE DRAIN(I) BAND-RING BAND-RING BAND-RING ASSY-COVER TOP GUIDE-SPRING FRAME BRACKET-SPRING(L) BRACKET-SPRING(R) ASSY-PLATE BOTTOM ASSY-CAP O.WING GW-PJT.SCP-1 MAH9700AWW.OD2 P/PV/M.PCM.-.-.

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2S.ENTRY MFS-F2WLHA-T0 MFS-F2WLHA-S0 FRONTIER.-.FRON GW-PJT.2 ..W52.3 .-.-.3 .2 ..LOWES MFS-F13DL-S0 FRONTIER FRONTIER.15A GW-PJT. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST -You can search for updated part codes through ITSELF web site.+.4 .EPDM.S..NTR.STS430.SM10C.SWRCH GW-PJT.M4...ABS.3 .M5.FR WF326LAW.3 .YEL.-..-..-..-..4 .L12.M4.W426.2 .-.2 ..L507.NEAT-WHT GW-PJT.GI.2 ..W15.PASS.3 .M4.-.-.FR-1. WF326LAW.M5.2 .SK5.0.2 .3 .2 ..WHT..2 ...3 ..L8.+..-.-.3 .2 ..-.T3.+.T2.8. HAUZEN(DOM).-.-.S CH..MAX 10BAR.T1.-.PASS..ZPC3(BLK)..PANEL CONTROL BUTTON-PUSH(P) LEVER-POWER ASSY PCB PARTS(M) ASSY PCB PARTS(S) PCB-SUB ASSY PCB PARTS(M) SCREW-TAPPING GUIDE-CUSHION SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPTITE SCREW-SPECIAL BOLT-HEX FILTER-EMI FRAME-PLATE(U) DOOR-LOCK S/W ASSY-HOUSING DRAWER CLAMPER HOSE HOSE-DRAWER HOUSING-DRAWER(L) SPRING-CLIP VALVE-WATER VALVE-WATER HOSE-WATER ASSY-S.FRONTIER SEW-DR605..ZPC3 (WHT) TH..ZPC(YEL).2 .3 .1.NTR FRONTIER.197x WF316LAW.L12.D GW-PJT.T1.CD1.+..L14.-.L12.0..SBHG1-A.4 .8..250VAC.L12.S.T1...ZPC3(WHT).4 ..-..L500.-..2 .2 .2 .2 .L10. 6001-001773 6002-000444 6002-001374 6002-001376 6003-001563 6009-001476 DC63-00522A DC97-04973A DC97-07448A DC97-08634A DC97-10336A DC61-01171A DC67-00121B DC97-10340A DC61-01222A DC72-00034B DC97-10338A DC64-01120A 6002-000444 6002-001279 6009-001476 DC61-01520A DC66-00326A DC61-00891A DC61-01532A DC64-01108A DC97-10511A MFS-F13DL-S0 DC41-00045A DC97-10513A DC64-01105A DC66-00413A MFS-F2WLHA-T0 MFS-F2WLHA-S0 DC41-00045A MFS-FTWTHA-00 6002-000630 DC61-01445A 6002-001374 6002-001376 6003-001563 6009-001458 6011-001559 DC29-00013A DC61-01166A DC64-00519B DC97-07125C DC65-00008A DC67-00051B DC61-01167C DC61-70029C DC62-00142D DC62-30314H DC67-00089F DC97-08800A DC61-00553C DC61-01200A DC97-08635D MES-AG3MOD-S2 DESCRIPTION SCREW-MACHINE SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPTITE SCREW-HEX COVER-BACK ASSY-WIRE DIAPHRAGM ASSY-FIXER TUB ASSY-COVER TOP ASSY-DRAWER GUIDE-LIQUID CAP-RINSE ASSY-FRAME FRONT BRACKET-HINGE SPONGE-EPDM ASSY-COVER DOOR DOOR-SAFETY SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-HEX HOLDER-GLASS LEVER-DOOR GUIDE-HINGE HINGE-DOOR BUTTON-ENCODER ASSY-KNOB ENCODER ASSY PCB PARTS(S) PCB-SUB ASSY-S.4.-.-.M4.M4. TH.L10..3 .ZPC3(BLK).T2..MAX10BAR..FRONTIER WINGS-DRYER.T2.-.STS4 PWH.4 ...3 .WINGS_PJT.WHT WF326LAW.ZPC3(BLK).SECC(EGI).SW M10...-.ID8.NTR.STS4 HEX.PP(TB53).T2.-..L14..-.ZNDC.L12.EPDM..-...-.5 .POM..2 .SEW-HW125..1..T1.S HEX.+.FRON FRONTIER.-.M4.HSWR67.5 ..3 .WE..2 .+.-..PP-GF.-...-....ZPC3(BLK). URL : http://itself.2 .NYLON.sec.5 .M4..-.2 .PP.MAH9700.-.3 .-.-.-.L8.ZPC3 (WHT TH..ABS.+.-.-.NL 1..T1.2S.M4. TH..3 .-..-...WHT.T0..LFT-215G.970/1080 MES-AG3MOD-S2 QTY SVC-Code 2 3 6 4 2 2 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 11 2 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 15 5 4 2 4 1 1 1 1 10 1.SWRCH WF326LAW..-.2.L12.GW-PJT.co.-.OD9.3 ..EGI.2S...OD14.NTR.+.1.WHT.-.8.3 .3 ..M3..-.samsung..-.3 . GW-PJT..2 .L10.WHT..POWER CORD GW-PJT.5 GW-PJT.-.ABS.BLK.L41.PASS..6..M5.-.-.-...FRAME-FRONT GW-PJT. TS85-PJT.-.3 .-..WE...HI WF326LAW.-.4 .-.6.-..ID14.3 .. TS85-PJT.-.197x MFS-FTWTHA-00 PH.WHT.PET.+. Q1636GW/XEU...-.POM.3WAY.ZPC3(BLK)..+..-..W WF326LAW.....1 WF326LAW.ZPC3 (WHT TH.6 MAH2400.EPDM.3 .-.FRONTIER WF326LAW.3 .W24.POM..+.M4.+.-.. WF326LAW.NL 1....8.2 CODE NO.PASS.FR-1..WF316LAW...3 .kr/ Level ..2 ..NYLON66.3 .STS4 TH.S MAH98700AWW.ID9...NYLON.-..M4..2 .48 1 2 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 Z0027 Z0008 Z0055 Z0056 Z0048 A0282 R0030 A0025 P0001 R0014 R0085 R0157 F0064 D0048 D0111 D0010 D0066 Z0008 Z0013 Z0048 D0081 D0107 D0072 D0108 C0105 C0029 Y0162 C0044 C0108 Y0161 Y0162 Y0161 Z0062 X0050 Z0055 Z0056 Z0047 U0320 W0036 F0125 C0058 R0019 N0009 R0158 R0096 N0008 W0032 W0032 I0003 R0159 M0048 U0161 U0380 Y0162 SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA 8-1 .-.-..ZPC3 (WHT) TH.L190 MAH9700AWW.-.L8.4 .NTR.+..PP(TB53)..-.-.4 .6. TH.-.-.ID5..MUNSELL WF326LAW..3 .L54.T1.+.HOUSING DRAWER HOLDER-WIRE SADDLE GUIDE-WIRE ASSY-ABSORBER ASSY PCB PARTS(S) SPECIFICATION TH.8..PP(TB-53).

5.2S..4.-.1000W.L12.ZPC3 (WHT) M8.NYLON#66.5.3 .-.L14..T2.-...WSLS1100A.HSWR..-.+.OD30.-.5.-..1.T0.T2...2 .PU-FOAM.SEW-HW125..2 .TAPP QTY 1 1 12 1 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 3 6 3 1 2 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 1 1 3 SVC_Code Y0162 D0106 Z0046 Z0055 U0097 U0354 H0075 U0358 Z0004 U0353 U0362 U0086 U0365 Q0006 Z0008 Z0056 U0320 U0353 N0020 U0112 U0016 N0018 U0363 I0047 I0043 U0185 U0364 W0031 W0031 U0385 U0359 U0133 R0001 Z0008 Z0023 R0006 R0007 Z0008 Z0056 U0320 U0353 P0148 N0008 W0059 U0029 N0010 U0133 I0046 W0031 I0078 U0079 U0384 U0367 U0038 A0034 A0043 I0030 Z0056 U0320 SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA 8-2 .-.HOS DA-8N.. GW-PJT.L40.GC..GR TS85-PJT.5.3 .-.0 SK5.7.-.3 ..W100.4.-.3 .3 .0.HOSE WINGS-PJT...-.ID35.L314.-...ZPC3 (WHT M6.3 .-.EPDM.-...HSWR.L12.ID10.P1..T2.M6. MFS-MEMS-00 DC63-00693A 6002-001373 6002-001374 6011-001554 6031-001523 DC31-00049A DC47-00006G DC60-50148B DC60-60044A DC60-60049A DC67-00139A DC97-02412F DC97-03716C 6002-000444 6002-001376 6011-001557 DC60-60044A DC61-00219C DC61-01338A DC62-00156A DC65-00014A DC65-20008C DC67-00123A DC67-00126A DC67-00155A DC69-00804A DC72-00001D DC72-00035A DC61-01431A DC61-01482A DC66-00343A DC97-10337A 6002-000444 6011-001491 DC66-00434A DC97-06986A 6002-000444 6002-001376 6011-001557 DC60-60044A DC61-01172A DC61-70029C DC63-10002D DC64-00802A DC65-00009A DC66-00343C DC67-00122A DC72-00001A DC67-00124A DC97-08650A DC61-01414A DC63-10003E DC97-04981D DC60-40146A DC61-10688A DC62-10278A 6002-001376 6011-001565 DESCRIPTION ASSY PCB PARTS(S) COVER-DOOR SWITCH SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING BOLT-ETC WASHER-WAVE MOTOR-DRUM HEATER NUT-HEX WASHER-PLAIN WASHER-SPRING WEIGHT-BALANCER(F) ASSY-BOLT ASSY-SENSOR PRESSURE SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING BOLT-HEX WASHER-PLAIN CLIP-HOSE BRACKET-HOUSING BEARING SEAL-OIL CLAMPER HOSE CABLE CLAMP HOSE-O..3 .-.2 ..-.T130..PASS.-..3 .GW-PJT..-.BL WINGS-PJT.2 .PASS.OD30..2 . -..-.HSWR67..-.-..-.HB22-GREY..ZPC GW-PJT.RED.ZPC3(WH TH.3 .-.SM10C.ZPC3(WHT).3 ..GW-PJT..2 .5.5....-.3 .F MAH2400AWW..YEL.-.30-50 WF326LAW..3 .-.3 .-.ID35 OD37..ZPC2.60N GW-PJT.-.FE.ID13.-.3 .-..2 ...-.-..P SWF-P12.STS304 GW-PJT.2 .-.. GW-PJT.+.3 .2 .92~8.1.-.0.CD1.YEL.+.2 ..G GW-PJT.OD24/ GW-PJT.T2.3 ..TH.-.3 .-.-.STS304 -..-..-.3 .M4.EPDM...BLK.NTR.L80.3 .2 .-.-.3 .WINGS-PJT..-.STS4 M8.5.-..M4..1.-.NBR(SD45.W624.3 .3 ..-.-..-.T3..5.T0.BL GW-PJT.-.L66.3 .5 -.3 .ZPC3(YEL) -...EPDM-FORM.. WINGS-PJT.WE.2 .-.2S.SWCH25K.5..EPDM.-.OD18.L38..ID82. GW-PJT. WINGS-PJT.T3.L14... SM20C(NYLON).-.-.SIR GW-PJT.5.-.-.T10..NEWMOTECH..ID10.3 .L35..25.-.-..F HOSE-DRAIN HOSE-O.-.+.-.-.H WF326LAW.PASS.DN-S14T/ TH.M4.HSWR.OD30.ID8.EPDM.PASS.MOTOR/M8*L62 SEW-3HW123.1.YEL.-.M12.L14.-.1 -.+.3 .SAMBAK WINGS-PJT.. HEX.ID6 GW-PJT.STS304.HSWR/ZPC4 -..-.3 . DRUM-MODEL.2 .2S.-.2 CODE NO.EPDM...BLK...ID10.4..M4.L52.-.3 .EPDM.-.3 ..T2..L56.ZPC3(WHT).M4.PI8.ZPC3 (WHT) M8.FRPP(GF15%).FZY.5).3 ..8...T2.HSWR.3 .ZPC2.T1..-.T3.GW-PJT.W9 SEW-HW125..-..BLK.3 .+.P1. GW-PJT.SM10C..L12.F(I) PACKING-TUB BAND-RING BAND-RING BRACKET-TUB(B) BRACKET-HEATER DAMPER-SHOCK ASSY-DRUM SCREW-TAPPING BOLT-FLANGE DRUM-LIFTER ASSY-FLANGE SHAFT SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING BOLT-HEX WASHER-PLAIN GUIDE-WATER SPRING-CLIP SPONGE-HARNESS DOOR-DIAPHRAGM CLAMPER HOSE DAMPER-SHOCK HOSE-DRAWER TUB BAND-RING HOSE-PRESSURE ASSY-SEMI TUB FRONT BRACKET-TUB(F) SPONGE-HOSE AIR ASSY-CLAMP DIAPHGRAM BOLT-SPANER CAP-FIXER HOSE-HANGER SCREW-TAPPING BOLT-HEX SPECIFICATION MES-MEMS-00 FRONTIER.0...ID10....FRONTIER TH.OD 68.-.L12.-.STS4 TH.M4.PP(TI42).-.STS304 SK-5.2 ..NTR.ALDC+SM45C/DD-T TH.-..L66.3 .+.-.-.HSWR.-.2.2.PP(TB53).SWRCH10A.3 .PP(JS20).. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Level .3 ..OD36.SBHG1-A(G TS85-PJT.STS430/304.-.-.6.M4.SBHG1-A.5.3 ...-.SBHG1-A.-.-.-.-.BLK....YEL.3 ...3 . SEW-HW125.WHT.-..+.-.-.-.3 .T4.4.-.-.2 .T2.-..ZPC3(WHT).3 .ZPC3 (WHT) M6.-.ZPC(YEL)...STS4 TH.3 .-.STS316L.T0.T0.ID WINGS-PJT..2 ..OD45.PP(V0).-.4 .

FIXER M8.STS430.8..PS-FOAM.H+COLD MAH9700AWW.2 ..-.-.8.-.PO30.ABS..2 .L155.T3...PP(TB-53).-.OD30. QTY 1 3 5 1 2 5 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 2 SVC-Code Z0056 U0320 U0363 A0083 A0351 N0006 W0002 J0013 Z0056 F0223 J0017 U0353 J0029 W0004 F0028 I0023 N0020 W0030 A0372 A0047 B0070 J0028 D0061 Z0015 I0040 I0040 C0027 Y0159 D0111 D0053 A0015 A0197 U0353 U0144 U0320 P0053 W0059 R0036 R0155 A0328 R0173 C0106 R0122 F0103 D0001 D0106 Z0006 D0105 C0002 C0075 C0104 SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SA SC SC SC SC SC 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 8 1 1 1 1 1 8-3 .1 .N SBC.NYLON66.-..W100.80W(120V/60Hz) TH.-.6.L12.-.I/ WF326LAW.EPDM.F CAP-O.-. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Level .ABS.4 .3 ..T0.PS-FOAM.L530..2 ..-.T8..2 .WINGS-PJT SK-5.-.T1.3 .1..W10.ID26.GW-PJT.-..1...3 .NYLON.-.PP.ZPC(YEL).3 .-.-.0.3 .T1..T0....T2.0..WIN WF326LAW.3 .-.T0.-.L12..PP.-.4 .L12.3 .SBHG1-(GI).-.T2.SW3.HOT GW-PJT.SWRCH18A.1.PP(TB53).2 .4.-..NTR P/PV/M.0.2 .SUDS GW-PJT..B SEW-PH100.WHT.6.WHT.8.. WF326LAW.-.-.WIRE HARNESS ASSY-FRAME ASSY-HOSE DRAIN(I) CLIP-HOSE HOSE-PUMP ASSY-CAP O..-.W TS85-PJT....L14.3 .WHT.-.-..NTR.4 .3 .-.TH.-.GRY/BUTYL+BOLT WINGS-PJT...NICKEL.BETTER/WHT MAH9700AWW.T0.W WF316LAW..+. 6002-001376 6011-001565 6502-000127 DC61-00274A DC61-01257A DC61-40081A DC96-00757A DC96-00774A 6002-001376 DC62-00202A DC61-01424A DC99-00704A 6031-001531 DC63-00619A DC96-01043A DC97-06995A DC97-07128D DC61-00219C DC62-10022G DC97-08740C DC67-00172A DC97-08838A DC61-01267A DC64-00504A 6002-001306 DC97-07126A DC97-07127A DC96-01053A DC61-01539A DC63-10001K DC69-00209A DC69-00923A DC69-00935A DC69-00967A DC60-60044B DC61-01253A DC61-01272A 6011-001549 DC61-01406A DC63-00523A DC63-10002Q DC61-01170A DC63-00672A DC64-01113A DC64-01114A DC63-00516A DC64-01158A DC61-01577A DC61-01518A DC97-10671A DC63-00673A DC64-01121A 0203-001838 6002-000213 DC61-01576A DC97-10718A DC97-10795A DC64-01084A DC64-01106A DESCRIPTION SCREW-TAPPING BOLT-HEX CABLE CLAMP GUIDE-HOSE SPRING-HANGER HOLDER-WIRE ASSY POWER CORD ASSY-PUMP DRAIN SCREW-TAPPING VALVE-CHECK BRACKET-PUMP ASSY-CUSHION PUMP WASHER-PLAIN CUSHION-PUMP ASSY-M.2 .-.L56 KS-PJT.-.LOWES K4-PJT..W684.8.NAWANG..3 ..+.-.ZPC3 (WHT) M6.4 .-..-.2 .S FRONTIER-PJT.3 .-.-.-.3/16AWG WINGS-PJT.GW..WHT..ID35 OD37.-..OD26.-.-..F ASSY-LEG CASE-PRE WASH DOOR-GLASS SCREW-TAPPING ASSY-HOSE WATER ASSY-HOSE WATER ASSY-CONTROL PLATE-STEEL SPONGE-EPDM WOOD-STAY CUSHION-DOOR PACKING CASE-DESIGN CUSHION-TOP WASHER-PLAIN FIXER-TUB FIXER-WASHER BOLT-HEX FIXER-RUBBER COVER-TOP SPONGE-HARNESS BODY-DRAWER COVER-DRAWER HANDLE-DRAWER PANEL-DRAWER COVER-DETERGENT MASCOT SPRING-DRAWER FRAME-FRONT ASSY-DOOR COVER-DOOR DECORATION-DOOR TAPE-DOUBLE FACE SCREW-TAPPING SUPPORT-HINGE ASSY-HINGE DOOR ASSY-PANEL CONTROL KNOB-ENCODER(I) KNOB-ENCODER SPECIFICATION TH..EPDM.ZPC SWF-P12.NYLON66....GA.2 .-..-...ZPC(YEL).3 ..SECC.-.FRAME/DRA GW-PJT.3 .BOROSILICATE..TAPP DAWH-18NB.-..2 .0.3 .-...3 ...3 0.W40.WHT.3 ..GRY.4 ..-.+.WHT WF326LAW.M4.L3 MDE9700AYW.3 .3 ...WSLS1100A.-.-.BLK.ID7.FRONTIER-PJT.-.EPDM.STS430..L65 FRONTIER.SILVER KIT GW-PJT..ZPC(YEL).ID21.-.ZPC2(Y MAH9700AWW....L35.5.ABS.3 .TAPP GW-PJT.T0.-.R213 TH.T5.OD25/L110 GW-PJT.-.-.2 ....-..4. WINGS-PJT.PP(BB110).2.OD30.-.W41.ID8.3 .8.-.ABS.4 CODE NO.NTR GW-PJT.1~10BAR.CRWF326LAW..ZPC3 (WHT) WINGS.-.T20.NTR..T1..4...T0.3 .WINGS-WASHE SCP1.2 .SWCH25K.4..T8.4930.3 ...3 .L2 DAWH-2NC..M4.3 ..W15..ID15...2 .2 .W570.-.. GW-PJT.HSWR.ABS.-.L115 MAH9700AWW.2 .1.SECC(EGI)..-.3 .F WF326LAW..SINGLE WF316LAW.GW-PJT..STS-DECO WF316LAW.TB52.2 .OVER FL MAH9700AWW.C/D 0.-...UL/CSA.5.COLD WF316LAW.M4.EPDM..WHT..-.2 ...2 .T3.WHT.ZPC(YEL) GW-PJT.8...-.2 ..4 .-.-..OD14..LO GW-PJT.-. GW-PJT..3 .-..1.STS304.-.-.3 .W SWF-P12.L WF326AW.PU-FOAM...2 ...-.WF326LAW.-.3 .ABS.T2.-.-.W748 WF326LAW.-.T3.3 .WF326LAW..+.PP(TB-53).M4..WHT.2.3 .-..EPDM.W185.-.

5 ..T...0.-..-.4 .CR-COAT WF316LAW..1W.5 .TP 1N4937.60SN/40PB..16P.-.5 .....NTR.5 .-.WHT.5 ..-.3MM.FR WINGS-PJT.-.188.RLS4148.5 ...TP QTY 8 25 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 10 1 2 53 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 35 1 1 12 1 12 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 10 1 2 51 160..0.5 CODE NO..-.RED..-..20mA..5 ....-.75V.-...J WF-G106AW...-.-.5 ..TP.-.5 .-.10mA.F OIL-SILICON DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-BRIDGE RESIN-PUR RESIN-PUR ADHESIVE-A.6x6x5mm....80-20%.DIP.DO-41.Y5V 15V..5 ..94V0 IR-100 BOND-EPOXY G746..-...-.-.-...200V.Y5V 15V.PI0....FRONTIER-PJT.4 .3 1 1 8 3 1 SVC-Code Y0063 Y0063 Y0051 Y0087 C0011 SA Y0052 C0082 C0043 C0008 A0242 Y0063 Y0063 Y0051 Y0087 C0011 Y0052 E0001 8-4 .FRONTIER-PJT..-.630NM.-..8...4 ...13P...S BOX..13P/130MM/WHT.1A.-.MLC-AXIAL SWITCH-TACT HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE LED DISPLAY SWITCH PRESSURE GUIDE-PCB(S) GUIDE-LED(B) GUIDE-LED(C) CHEMICALS-FLUX SOLDER CHEMICALS-ALCOHOL SOLDER-WIRE SOLDER-WIRE FLUX IC-DRIVE WIRE-SO COPPER GUIDE-ENCODER PANEL-CONTROL BUTTON-PUSH(F) WINDOW-ENCODER BUTTON-PUSH(AG) INLAY-PANEL BUTTON-PUSH(C) DIODE-SWITCHING LED LED IC-DARLINGTON DRIVER R-METAL OXIDE(S) C-CERAMIC.HIPS.2A.5 ..RED..-.569nm ROUND..-..FR 1N4148.-.......5 ..-. 0401-000005 0601-001028 0601-001751 1003-000337 2003-000642 2202-002037 3404-001022 3711-000651 3711-003133 DC07-00038A DC34-00003A DC61-01207A DC61-01514A DC61-01516A DE02-00036A DE02-00060A DE02-00083A DE02-00086A DE13-20017A DE39-60001A DC61-01517B DC64-01050A DC64-01110A DC64-01112A DC64-01118A DC64-01126A DC64-01139A 0401-000005 0601-001028 0601-001751 1003-000337 2003-000642 2202-002037 3404-001022 DC07-00036A DC34-00003A DC61-01514A DC61-01516A DC97-07814A DE02-00036A DE02-00060A DE02-00083A DE02-00086A DE13-20017A DE39-60001A 0103-002581 0103-002582 0201-001354 0205-001027 0401-000133 0402-000012 0402-000137 0402-000351 0402-001194 0402-001404 0103-002581 0103-002582 0201-001354 0205-001027 0401-000133 0402-000012 0402-000137 DESCRIPTION DIODE-SWITCHING LED LED IC-DARLINGTON DRIVER R-METAL OXIDE(S) C-CERAMIC..-.ABS...T ROUND.150mA.50V.-.-... UF4007.15A.NTR.1KV.....5%...J WINGS-DRYER..AA..S CSV-KSW07EG......150mA..5 ..-..C.T0.-.-...5 ..S63S....94V0 UEP 700FA/CPU-55A.1A...DIP.NTR.T ROUND.5 .S CSV-KSW05EG.FR KS-77S.-.-..TP.-.D3.MODEL..2.ST CPU-55B/UEP 700FB..KOK ALL....-.HIPS.-.KID65783AP. 300ohm.Y-GRN..3...5 .S BOX.-.5 ..DO-41.6..24.-.DO-35.4 ..5 .5 ...5 .KID65783AP...5 ..-.WHT...SN...52MM TAPING_W WF316LAW...5%..DIP...-....1KV..-..SN.5 ..1A.5 ..630NM....-..2.T....-.4 .TP SHG2D.RS60S..1A..5 .PI0..24.3 1 1 8 3 1 3 1 1 160.-....-..FR WF-G106AW.5 .-. 300ohm.KS-77S..RS60S.D3..6x6x5mm.94V0 UEP 700FA/CPU-55A.5 ..STICK..-.5 ..150mA.4 .-.... WF-G106AW...-... ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Level .MODEL.5mm.ABS..5 .75V.DC28V.5mm.5 .5 .ABS..-...75V.D1....-..DO-41.DO-35...TP 1N4007...7 V7_PJT.-.10mA..18P.-..20mA.150mA..1R.. KID65003AP.-...-.130±40gf.1A..-....5 ....5 ..18P.12P.1R..5 .NTR.2.1KV.ABS....MLC-AXIAL SWITCH-TACT LED DISPLAY SWITCH PRESSURE GUIDE-LED(B) GUIDE-LED(C) ASSY-JUMP WIRE CHEMICALS-FLUX SOLDER CHEMICALS-ALCOHOL SOLDER-WIRE SOLDER-WIRE FLUX IC-DRIVE WIRE-SO COPPER RESIN-PUR RESIN-PUR ADHESIVE-A.C.TR-AR .TP 1N4007.NTR.-..94V0 IR-100 BOND-EPOXY G746.RLS4148.75V..5 .-.-.3mm....5 .S63S.-.5 .5 .-.1KV...3x 100nF.-..-..130±40gf.60SN/40PB.5 .-.-.FRON WF326LAW..SAN..5 .5 ...-.FR WF-G106AW..-.KOK ALL.PET...600V.5 ..2...7 V7_PJT..WHT...-..TP GBJ1506.-.5 .SIP-4.Y-GRN.-..-.50V.569nm ROUND..DO-41....5 ..52MM TAPING_W CPU-55B/UEP 700FB..-. KID65003AP.HIPS.7 80.-.D1.. UF4007.LL-34.5 .5 ...TRAN WF326AW.-.-..5 .3..-.5 .-..3x 100nF.ABS.F OIL-SILICON DIODE-SWITCHING DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-RECTIFIER SPECIFICATION 1N4148.TR-AR ...7 80...I WF326LAW.DC28V...DIP...5 ..LL-34.16P..5 ..DO-41..5 .-.....5 .....5 .AA..4 .STICK.80-20%.TRANS.5 . WF326LAW...HIPS.600V..-.TRANSPAR WF316LAW.1W.3MM.5 ...-..6..HIPS.3mm.-.

5 ...NPN.50V.5 .5%..DO-41.5 .5 .5%.SIP-4.PNP.5 ..5 CODE NO.5%.5 ......5%.X7R.TP.5 .2..2012 10nF....4MM 27KOHM.6.5 ....5 .512x8.Y5V 100nF.2A.2Kohm.2A....WT.1/4W.BK..10X4 10nF.TP..1A.20%.TP.25V.265V..2...5%..5 .AC....AA.1A. 27ohm.AA..-.4x1 51Kohm.5 ..CL..1.TP.DIP-4.200mW..4MM 47ohm.27.200mW..1/8W..4m 1.5 .2...3216 10Kohm.TP.5%.1/4W.X7R.2012 1Kohm...5 ...TP.5X 100Kohm.5 ...5 ..5%.5 .Y5P...5 820UF.1/4W.AA....CHIP C-FILM...DO-41..2012 1nF.20%...TP.5%.5 ...DISC C-CERAMIC.5 .5%.-..5 .3P...1/8W.25V..5%.5 .AA...SO TR.5%.AA.5 .5 ..5..360 10OHM.50V.TP..8x3..5 . 0402-000351 0402-001194 0402-001404 0403-000537 0501-000316 0504-001080 0604-000118 0801-000168 1103-001183 1202-000001 1404-000230 2001-000110 2001-000561 2001-001153 2002-000321 2003-000448 2003-002036 2003-002299 0402-000351 0402-001194 0402-001404 0403-000537 0501-000316 0504-001080 0604-000118 0801-000168 1103-001183 1202-000001 1404-000230 2001-000110 2001-000561 2001-001153 2002-000321 2003-000448 2003-002036 2003-002299 2004-000218 2007-000293 2007-000300 2007-000468 2007-000477 2007-000496 2007-000546 2007-000575 2007-000671 2007-000872 2007-000931 2009-001121 2201-000879 2202-000127 2203-000206 2203-000239 2203-000260 2203-000444 2203-000889 2301-000131 2401-000598 2401-001573 2401-001998 2401-002438 2401-002463 2401-003862 DESCRIPTION DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-BRIDGE DIODE-ZENER TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-DIGITAL PHOTO-COUPLER IC-CMOS LOGIC IC-EEPROM IC-VOLTAGE COMP.GP.1 QTY 3 1 1 1 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 3 1 2 3 1 6 2 3 1 1 1 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 3 1 2 3 1 6 2 1 10 11 11 2 2 2 9 1 10 1 1 1 3 22 1 7 4 3 1 1 1 2 4 1 2 SVC-Code E0001 E0002 Y0050 Y0053 Y0088 SA E0001 E0002 Y0050 Y0053 Y0088 8-5 .7nF.TP.5 .1/8W.TP..3X9.1/2W.TP KSA928A-Y.2012 100nF.5 .150M 24C04....4x12 240KOHM...C0G.5%.1W.2012 1Mohm...TP.5 .5 ....BK.2W..50V.TP...1KV.4MM 47ohm..5 .GP..8P.4m 1...5 .5 .TO-92.2.5/5 7533.5 ..1000mW.03OHM.5 .CHIP C-CER.1/4W..1/2W.3x11.GP.DO-41..AA..5%.GP..TP.4x6.5%..TP...LEAD-PEF C-AL C-AL C-AL C-AL C-AL C-AL SPECIFICATION 1N4937.SINGLE.TP.1/8W..TP..3X9....4X6.TP SHG2D.10x20..1%.3216 2Kohm.3.1/4W...1000mW.2.TP.3x11.-....5%.......360 10OHM.1/8W.2...5/5 7533..50V.AA...265V.2.5%..TP.10%.2012 0.10%.1W.TP..AA.2..TOKRC246S..20%..5%.5%..8P.5 .5 .20%.5%.5x4mm....1/4W..-..1nF...5A..5 .5%..2012 4.SINGLE.5 .5%.5 .PNP....TP SHG2D.TP.SO TR..TP GBJ1506.2......DIP-4...20%.10%.NPN..5 470uF.1/8W..5 .5 ..SIP-4...7Kohm.TP.TP.5 .INVERTER.5X 100Kohm..TP.3.600V.. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Level ..4X6.1/8W.INVERTER.2NF.2012 470ohm.5%..5 .TO-92...5 1000uF.6...BK....5 ..TP..-...5mm 47uF.MLC-AXIAL C-CER..5 .5 .200mW...SOP..1.2W..5A..ST 1N4749A..5 .512x8.10%.2012 4..ST 1N4749A..4x12 240KOHM..20-300%.5 ...4X6..TP. 1N4937.TP..AA.-...5%.600V.AC..2K/10K.1/8W.5%..AA.SOP...CHIP C-CER.200V.5x4mm..250V.5 .5 .20%..5 .5 .2.600V.4MM 27KOHM.SOP...3P. 10Kohm.50V.+80-20%.5 ..X7R.5%.5MOHM.2.2012 2..20-300%.1000mW.5%.150M 24C04.X7R.30X40MM.600V.1/4W..ST 4069.TP KSA928A-Y...CHIP C-CER.5MOHM..2mm 100ohm.8x11.GP..20%.2012 220ohm..5W.SOP.....2.2012 0..1000mW.AA..DO-41.5%.AA...14P.TP....4x7..TOKRC246S..TP.TP...5 .... THERMISTOR-PTC R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON(S) R-COMPOSITION R-METAL OXIDE(S) R-METAL OXIDE(S) R-METAL OXIDE R-METAL R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-METAL PLATE C-CERAMIC..200mW.AA.5 ...5 ..16V.5x12 1uF..50V.5 47uF.5%.50V..2K/10K...15A..630V..5 ..4x1 51Kohm..2W......200V.....CHIP C-CER..TP..TP GBJ1506.TP.8...5 .4x6.ST 4069.5 .5 .TP.4X6.5 .1/4W...10%...26X5X1 2.50V.1...15A.14P.5 .. 27ohm..5%. THERMISTOR-PTC R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON(S) R-COMPOSITION R-METAL OXIDE(S) R-METAL OXIDE(S) R-METAL OXIDE DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-BRIDGE DIODE-ZENER TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-DIGITAL PHOTO-COUPLER IC-CMOS LOGIC IC-EEPROM IC-VOLTAGE COMP.2.1/4W..5 .3216 20Kohm.20%...2W....

ST 7818. IC-PWM CONTROLLER THERMISTOR-PTC R-CARBON R-CARBON R-CARBON(S) R-CARBON R-CARBON(S) SPECIFICATION 16MHZ..NL 1......16P.ZNDC.5X6..-.3 ...3 .-.PI0.PNP.5%.2..-.6x21mm BOX..FRONTIER WF326LAW.T2..-.5 .ST BOX.TP..3 .MODEL.5 .2mm..T.-.-.CD2..3 .5 .3 ..2 .5 .ST BH......2...94V0 UF4007.-.5-31.D 19 GW-PJT.4 .STRAIGH BOX.5 ...GW-PJT.1000mW..-.AL..5%.3 .3 .-.130-260%.ST BOX..YEL/WHT.4X6..5 ..0.-.TR-AR .TO-220AB..-..12V..L115. KS-77S.-..-...3 0..5%.DIP.35V.FAST-ACTING.4X6.C FRONTIER.T0.2.-.+...-.3 .200mW.D1.DIP-4.T2.-..-.-.-..4..4 ..1FormA.ABS..H20.PP(TB-53)..-..TP.-..1R. QTY 1 1 8 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 20 1 1 2 7 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 8 1 1 20 30 2 4 1 2 4 5 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 SVC-Code Y0115 Y0118 Y0116 Y0116 SA Y0117 C0010 Y0049 Y0090 Y0002 Y0044 Y0044 Y0057 Y0052 X0049 X0007 R0010 R0021 R0088 R0111 R0087 R0097 R0098 U0378 U0379 Y0055 Y0088 8-6 .-..SBHG1-A.PLAS 27ohm.5%.S BOX.2.TP.W30.-.1/4W.TOTR.200V.-.5 .4X6.2R.SWRCH TMP88PS43F/OTP.360 20KOHM.5%.5 .4 .WF326LAW.1A.2...STICK.2 .MES-5HR123A-00..1FORMA..8.......5(5%)...5..-.TP..IC HYBRID.5 .W80..1KV..8P.5 ..-.DO-41.0/125C.AA..8.DO-41.TP..1R.2MM 47OHM...L35.-..5 .3 .ABS..4 220OHM..4MM 100KOHM..-.-.5.FR-4.8A.-.....-.GW-PJT.5 WF316LAW.20mS.5 .W40..1 ..1/8W.60SN/40PB...TP...-.-.STAND MA8800AW.10MM...5 .-.1R.0.1000MW...3000mA..5%.M3.. GW-PJT.PP(TB-53).QFP..LOWES WF-G126.2..2 ..1.-.. 12VDC.6.-...AA.T1.3 .20X GW-PJT.T1..PS-FOAM...265V.1R.3 .5 .3 ..5 . 85DB.RS60S.5 .3P.ID16..-..4MM 100OHM..8MM.5mm..5A.SWC.25000mA.ZNDC.-.AA.-..-.-.1A.7 PIN.3 .-.1R...1/4W...TP 1N4007....±0.80PIN BP5049-15.KOK ALL.W50.AA..S63S.1Form 12VDC..94V0 UEP 700FA/CPU-55A.-..ZPC(YEL).-.9P..5 .28..3 ..WEIGHT305G..TP SHG2D..25..0*L150.5mm.0KHZ.3 .3 ..5mm.1R.-.W170.OD20 GW-PJT..-..5P.TP.6...200mW.WEIGHT390G.STR BOX.SPONGE/HOLDER GW27.20X8 WF326LAW..L10.1.52MM TAPING_W 10uF.CPU-55B/UEP 700FB.4X6....3 ....S WF-G126AW.. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Level .-25 PS21963. 2802-001202 3002-001080 3501-001154 3501-001269 3501-001272 3601-001168 3711-000833 3711-004783 3711-004929 3711-005680 3711-005688 3711-005695 3711-005699 3711-005706 6001-000115 DC13-00071A DC13-00160A DC13-00161A DC26-00023A DC41-00046A DC61-01164A DC62-00208A DC62-00232A DE02-00036A DE02-00060A DE02-00083A DE02-00086A DE13-20016A DE13-20017A DE39-60001A 2401-000455 DC99-00739A DC69-00966A DC69-90008A DC97-10567A DC66-10003B DC97-10417A DC61-01530A DC61-01531A DC61-01558A DC61-01168A DC61-01169A DC97-08632A DC61-01403A DC61-01404A DC67-00170A DC67-00170B 0103-002581 0103-002582 0402-000012 0402-000137 0402-001194 0403-000161 0501-000316 0604-000139 1203-000259 1203-002545 1404-000230 2001-000009 2001-000023 2001-000028 2001-000034 2001-000085 DESCRIPTION RESONATOR-CERAMIC BUZZER-PIEZO RELAY-MINIATURE RELAY-POWER RELAY-POWER FUSE HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE CONNECTOR-HEADER HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE SCREW-MACHINE PLD-MICOM IC HYBRID IC HYBRID-IPM TRANS SWITCHING PCB-MAIN GUIDE-PCB HEAT SINK HEAT SINK CHEMICALS-FLUX SOLDER CHEMICALS-ALCOHOL SOLDER-WIRE SOLDER-WIRE FLUX IC-VOLT REGU IC-DRIVE WIRE-SO COPPER C-AL ASSY-CUSHION BOTTOM CUSHION-BOTTOM TAPE-OPP ASSY-COVER DRUM WIRE-VINYL ASSY-GUIDE WATER GUIDE-WATER(U) PLATE-SILVER GUIDE-WATER(L) HOUSING-DRAWER(M) HOUSING-DRAWER(U) ASSY-GUIDE WIRE BRACKET-ABSORBER SPRING-ABSORBER WEIGHT-ABSORBER WEIGHT-ABSORBER RESIN-PUR RESIN-PUR DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-ZENER TR-SMALL SIGNAL PHOTO-COUPLER IC-POSI.1R.5mm.8X3.. KID65003AP.......1KV.-..PVC.2.SN...5 .4x7mm...1A..5 ..-...3 .FIXED REG.4 .-20~100.-.3 CODE NO..5 .DIP.-....WINGS-PJT.2. KA7805A.5P.1/2W....-.-.ST BOX..5 .2.2.2P.1/2W.3 .. 250V..K1 FRONTIER.5mm.5 .-.TP 1N4751.-.TO-220..AA.ABS(V0).D3.3 .20%.5 .ST 12Vdc.5 .5 .. KSA928A-Y.3P.5 .8P.BLK.WF326LAW.FRONTIER SEW-100JL.WHT...STRA BOX.DIP...1 EE2229.4 ....20%.SIL.5 ..20MS....GP.5 .PLAS 266.300MIL..5 ......-....13P..-.NTR.2A.25000MA.2..-.-....5 .3 .5 ..4P.-.-.-..

20%.5 1uF.MLC-AXIAL C-AL C-AL R-CARBON R-CARBON R-METAL OXIDE(S) R-CEMENT C-CERAMIC...1000uH.1/8W..3216 100ohm.1R.3 .X7R.....3 .50V.4x7mm..3 .3 .3 .Y5V 10uF.3 ...AA.TP.-.3 .3 .3 .3 .GP.14x10x27mm 10nF.3 .3 ..-.2NF.-..T.10%.20%.-...80 ~ 1 ADR3102J.-.3 .52MM TAPING_W QTY 4 12 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 4 12 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 4 12 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 3 12 8 1 1 1 1 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 SVC-Code SA Y0090 Y0054 Y0003 8-7 .1 2..2..GP.3 .ID1.BK.TP.3 .TP.DISC C-CERAMIC..2NF.AA.6.94V0 IR-100 BOND-EPOXY 4.2MM 4.-..5W.Y5P.-..-..-. WF-G126AW.-.DIP..3 .35V.TP.radial..5%.GP.AA.-..PP.1/8W.5 1uF.FR-1..2..-.-.DISC C-CERAMIC.MLC-AXIAL C-AL C-AL C-AL C-AL C-AL HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE TRANS SWITCHING COIL-INDUCTOR PCB-MAIN GUIDE-PCB(S) SOLDER-WIRE SOLDER-WIRE FLUX IC-OP AMP IC-LINEAR WIRE-SO COPPER PIN-EYELET RESIN-PUR RESIN-PUR ADHESIVE-A.D1.3 .CJ.4x12m 120ohm.3 ...3 .T1.3P...50V.5W.1/8W...5P..4x7..4x12m 120ohm.1....3 .ST EE1616-H...3 .CHIP C-AL HEADER-BOARD TO CABLE SENSOR-MEMS PCB-SUB GUIDE-PCB(M) CHEMICALS-FLUX SOLDER CHEMICALS-ALCOHOL SOLDER-WIRE SOLDER-WIRE FLUX IC-OP AMP WIRE-SO COPPER SPECIFICATION 1KOHM..3 .7KOHM.2MM 4.10%..-.8X3.TP.1/8W.3 .-40 to 85 MFS-MEMS-00..5..7Kohm.5%..-.0.AA.8.3 .1R.-.-.COMPARATOR.TP.1 2.Y5V.-.5%.DISC C-CERAMIC.25V.3 .AA..7KOHM.10MM.S63S.5mm..50V.RS60S.3 .-.DIP..9P.5mm.3 .TP. 2001-000429 2001-000734 2003-000616 2006-001083 2201-000153 2201-000879 2202-002037 2401-000455 2401-000598 2001-000429 2001-000734 2003-000616 2006-001083 2201-000153 2201-000879 2202-002037 2401-000455 2401-000598 2001-000429 2001-000734 2003-000616 2006-001083 2201-000153 2201-000879 2202-002037 2401-000455 2401-000598 2401-001573 2401-001778 2401-003505 3711-004929 3711-005695 DC26-00025A DC27-00003A DC41-00041A DC61-01519A DE02-00083A DE02-00086A DE13-20007A DE13-20025A DE39-60001A DE70-00179A 0103-002581 0103-002582 0201-001354 2001-000734 2007-000033 2007-000293 2007-000872 2203-000206 2203-000260 2401-000455 3711-005706 DC32-00011A DC41-00047A DC61-01562A DE02-00036A DE02-00060A DE02-00083A DE02-00086A DE13-20007A DE39-60001A DESCRIPTION R-CARBON R-CARBON R-METAL OXIDE(S) R-CEMENT C-CERAMIC.MAH9600.TP..-...-.Y5V 10uF.8X3..10X20mm.1.CHIP C-CER.3 ..TP.1/8W..3 .TP..-.BK..1KV.5 BOX.3x11.6....60SN/40PB..1R..60SN/40PB.GP.3 ..GP..1 2..2M 27ohm...Y5V.2M 0ohm.GP.AA.-.250V.-.-.8 CPU-55B/UEP 700FB.5%.10X4 100nF.2W.-.3 .6..5%.52MM TAPING_W -.MLC-AXIAL C-AL C-AL R-CARBON R-CARBON R-METAL OXIDE(S) R-CEMENT C-CERAMIC.50V..2.3 .5%.3 .5%.80-20%..8X3.-...+80-20%.5 OD2.1KV.50V.GP.3 .5%.ST LIS2L02AS4.2012 10uF.4x7mm.AG-KIT.-. KA2904..T2.3 .7KOHM..250V.5W.5%.2.8X3.1..TP..3 .GP.10X4 100nF.BRASS.-. WF326LAW.TP.20%.0..20%.-..DISC C-CERAMIC..DISC C-CERAMIC.1/4W.-.5 BOX.1.-.4x7mm..1.1.14x10x27mm 10nF.5%.80-20%.5%..SN.Y5V.4x7..3 .3 .5%..20%.+80-20%..3 .10x16.5 47uF.10%..AA.AA.TP.3 .8.3 .1/8W..5%..-.KOK ALL...S63S..20%..-..5 1KOHM.1/4W.CJ.BK.35V.FR-1.3 .-.80-20%..ME KS-77S.-.3 .8..2NF..-..2M 27ohm.3 .-.TP..GP.Y5P.20%.AA.8X3.STR BOX..-..94V0 UEP 700FA/CPU-55A.7KOHM.NTR..1KV.5 10uF.5%.3 .-..+80-20%.-.4x7mm.TP.2W.1/8W..1.DIP..TP..3 . ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Level .5 470uF.AA.8X3.-.-.2.D3.TP..GP.14x10x27mm 10nF. KA2904..D1....PI0.10X4 100nF.5 1KOHM.TP...-..3 .Y5V 10uF.3 .10%.4x12m 120ohm.35V.RS60S.Y5P.3 .T2.3 .3 .TP.TP..3 ...3 .TP.20%..2012 100nF.X7R.C. 2ND AG-KIT/HI_ACTIVE.1.8X3..1.3216 4.2W.-.-.D3.PI0.-.50V.50V.20%.3 .TP.-...3 ..20%.2M 27ohm.3 .35V..-.DISC C-CERAMIC.450V.2MM 4.3 CODE NO.T..3 .1/8W.TP.LM393/A.HIPS(V0).3 .TP.5 1uF...TP.2012 10nF.MODEL.SN.5%..5%..F R-CARBON R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP C-CER.-.3 .50V..4x7.TP.3 .250V.CJ.3 .5%..6.-..10%.-.50V.

8...-.STS304 6306ZZ.4 .T0.2 .2 .S.L230.2...FRONTIER W50.HE 6307ZZ...KIMOJI-PU-FOAM GW-PJT.2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1...2 .W230..-.-.4 ..-.5.NEAT-WHT P1291..430.100MO WF326.STS304 WINGS-PJT.SM15C.SM45C.NTR.ID72..2 .W60..ZPC3(WHT).W180.GW-PJT.L11 GW-PJT.YUPO..-.GW-PJT.4.-...-...1 ..STS430 H/L NO4..HSWR.SWRCH18A.5 ..FRPP(GF15%).PP.STS304 GW-PJT.0*L150.-..4 ..-.OD 35.L17.395. DC97-07130A 6011-001553 6601-001207 6601-001208 DC97-08649A DC61-01174A 0103-002522 DC61-40348B DC68-02060A DC97-06991A 6601-001338 DC61-01178A DC61-01196A DC66-10003B DC66-00386A DC66-00387A DC66-00388B DC60-00037A DC97-07098A DC61-00841A DC66-00384A DC97-07131A DC61-00118A DC97-08633A DC67-00194A DC63-10056P DC61-01173A 0103-002522 DC61-40348B DC66-10003B 6502-000168 6011-001556 DC60-50010A DC60-50010B DC61-01498B DC66-10001F DC97-10569A 0203-001508 6801-001310 6902-000009 6902-000215 DC65-60115A DC68-02173A DC68-02217A DC68-02219A DC68-02291A DC68-02294A DC68-02295A DC68-02296A DC68-02297A DC68-02298A DC68-02299A DC68-02300A DC68-02301A DC68-20091B DC69-90009A DC99-00646A 6902-000212 6902-000304 DC99-00693A DC61-00118A DC61-00133A DC61-01256A DESCRIPTION ASSY-TUB BACK BOLT-ETC BEARING-BALL BEARING-BALL ASSY-SEMI TUB BACK TUB-BACK RESIN-FRPP BRACKET-NUT LABEL-TUB ASSY-HOUSING BEARING BEARING-BALL HOUSING-BEARING BUSH-BEARING WIRE-VINYL DRUM-FRONT DRUM-BACK DRUM-WRAPPER FLANGE-SHAFT ASSY-SHAFT BUSH-SHAFT SHAFT ASSY-TUB FRONT CLAMPER HOSE ASSY-HOSE PRESSURE HOSE-PVC SPONGE-CUSHION TUB-FRONT RESIN-FRPP BRACKET-NUT WIRE-VINYL CABLE CLAMP BOLT-HEX NUT-DIAPHRAGM NUT-DIAPHRAGM BRACKET-WIRE WIRE-DIAPHRAGM ASSY-CASE TAPE-OPP CARD-REGISTRATION BAG PE BAG SHEET BAND-PP LABEL-PACKING LABEL-WARNING LABEL-WARNING MANUAL-BOOK LABEL-ENERGY LABEL RATING MANUAL-GUIDE LABEL-CAUTION LABEL-POWER CORD LABEL-CLEARANCE LABEL-WARNING LABEL-HOSE LABEL-BAR CODE TAPE-SCOTCH PAR ASSY-ACCESSORY BAG PE BAG PE ASSY-PAINT CLAMPER HOSE CLAMPER HOSE GUIDE-SPRING SPECIFICATION GW-PJT.ART+LAMI.4 .-.2 ... SEW-100JL.P WF316LAW.4 .XAA.DD-TYPE(3.2 ..SAMBAK GW-PJT.T3.L125.-..2 .-.M4..PVC..8..-.-.5.2 .SEA.2 .U.L WF326.T0.QTY 1 20 1 1 1 1 5.W/M..L175..L19..L30..-.-.012. GW-PJT.2 .5.ID10.5 .SEA.PP(BJ-730).-.-.PU/TUB-FR MAH9700AWW.05.WASH-ONLY M7.2 .OD2 GW-PJT.PVC..M4.L450..0..FILAMENT-TAPE.-...5.2315SDR.L48 MOJO...SEA.W1000.ID561 GW-PJT.3 0.-.P1291.L MAYTAG.. P1291.5.-.PI 6 SUPRAN 2315SDR....ART..NTR..PVC..ART..N M4..W17.5 .WHT.STS430 H/L NO4.03.OD72.00 6 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.ART+LAMI.GW-PJT..-.5TX20X8 ALL MODEL.-.MOJOJI HDPE.T0.ID27..6.5/T0.2 ...ART+LAMI.L6 SEW-3HR125.2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 SVC-Code U0013 U0097 U0078 U0024 U0023 U0017 U0021 R0002 R0005 R0003 R0009 R0028 U0377 U0026 N0012 I0044 A0365 U0030 U0023 U0363 U0320 U0204 U0204 U0276 A0001 V0007 SA V0004 V0004 A0243 V0005 V0002 A0244 V0004 F0062 N0012 N0001 A0352 8-8 .4 .T3...8 1 1 1 14..9.W205. WF326.WINGS-PJT HDPE.8.-.-..-.-.-.W50.OD30.2 ..4 0.SMF-4030...L147 WF326LAW.T0.2 .5.ART+LAMI.YEL USA.-.4 .OD80.5 .03..ART+LAMI.2 .3) TS85-PJT..4 ..2.W350...3 .U.MAH9700AWW.2 .. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Level .ZPC3(WHT).-...4 .-.S.STS430 H/L NO4.ID35.L58.SBHG-R.OD GW-PJT.100MOJ WF326..3 ......-..W25.O26.4 .-..2 ...L219.-.3 .00 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2.L400..COV WF326.T0.0.ALDC.L20..-.2.W32..3 .4 .4.L110.2 .7.3 .8.1 .-.-..P1291.. GW-PJT.3 ...PI 602.-.T2..W90.SEA.W285.SEA.-.W170..2 CODE NO..ID30.ART+LAMI.-.EGI.3 .ENGLISH..2 .SM10C.-.OD2..W108..SEA.5 .2 LDPE.ID561.LYLON6/6.TRP..T1..2 ..ENGLISH.-.NTR.DA-6N.-. GW-PJT.OD72...2 .-.2315SDR.YUPO.2 .L21..TRP.ID24.ID27.POM..4 .T0.0*L150.-.T0..T5.-.W240...5 .3 ..WF326.FRPP(GF15%).TRP..WF326.NO-PAI SEW-100JL.-.-.-.-.ID35..3...-. WINGS-PJT.3 ..W1 WF326.5 .-..T2.SEA.2 .4 ..3CuFt P1291..NTR.4 .-. -..T3.ALDC8.-. WINGS-PJT...WF326.3 .WHT..2.ART+LAMI.NTE.2..6306/6307ZZ 6207ZZ.P NITRON/HDPE..3 ..NO-PAI W/M.WHT MAYTAG.8.OD608 SUPRAN 2315SDR.3 .-...2 ..T0.-.OD30...-.ENGLISH.-.5TX20X8 EGI.ID602..3 .LYLON6/6.SCP.SEA..SBHG-R.NYLON6/6.ALDC.L60.-...

L100 K1661-0512..W682..WING QTY 4 3 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 SVC-Code W0059 Z0062 J0025 J0019 D0111 F0117 F0094 Y0159 F0079 U0364 F0066 X0014 B0075 I0024 W0059 B0076 B0073 SA 8-9 ..BUTYL....3 .PACKING.ZPC(YEL).-.SBHG1-A.. BH. GW-PJT.W6 MAH9700AWW....-.3 .T3.SCP-1 MAH9700AWW.-.0.WINGS-PJT.3 .-.... MAH9700..6 GW-PJT. WINGS-PJT.T6.PP(5113MF6).60Hz.3 ..3 CODE NO.WHT.0.SWRCH6A.TPE(EPDM+PP)..NTR.-.-..M10..SBHG1-A.0.AL(A5052).80W/3600RPM WINGS-PJT...PU-FOAM..3 ..0.6 WINGS-PJT.OD3.PP.T1.EPDM.3 .40mm.GRY.4 .-.L16.W961.-.ZPC(BLK) -.3 ...T1.8....W110.Y WINGS-PJT.120V.SBHG1-A.W63.6..T1.-.3 . DC72-00013D 6002-001294 DC31-00054A DC61-01254A DC72-00034E 6041-001035 DC61-01180A DC61-01405A DC61-01182B DC61-01183B DC97-06994A DC61-01181A DC61-01552A DC61-01290A DC64-00970A DC69-00920B DC72-00013E 6021-001203 DC61-01432A DESCRIPTION SPONGE-HARNESS SCREW-TAPPING PUMP-DRAIN CASE-PUMP SPONGE-EPDM RIVET-RH FRAME PLATE-STEEL BRACKET-SPRING(L) BRACKET-SPRING(R) ASSY-PLATE BOTTOM PLATE-BOTTOM BRACKET-LEG BUSH-HOSE(L) SHUTTER-SUDS PACKING-SUDS SPONGE-HARNESS NUT-HEXAGON FLANGE LEG-RUBBER SPECIFICATION SEW-5G105A. GW-PJT.W15...0...4 .-..0.3 . 1C.M4.L6 WINGS-PJT.3 .T1.L11 WINGS-PJT..T10..SBHG1-A/T1.T1.SBHG1-A...L66.EPDM.+..3 .PU-FOAM.T10..3 ..3 .T2.2 .-.PCM.T1.4 .9.-..6 GW-PJT.3 .T1. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Level .

Memo 8-10 .

9. BLOCK DIAGRAM 9-1 .

Memo 9-2 .

10. WIRING DIAGRAM 10-1 .

Memo 10-2 .

PCB DIAGRAM 11-1 MAIN PCB LAYOUT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 16 17 18 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Item 1 Part Number Display 2 3 4 5 6 7 Jog_Dial Power_key Key CN1 RELAY1 RELAY2 Description Displays or indicates operations or functions Starts/stops an operation to select a course Turns the power on/off Selects and processes each function Detects if the door is open or closed In case of Power_On/Off.11. supplies or disconnects AC power Disconnects Power from the Heater Item 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Part Number CN3 RELAY3 CN4 RELAY4 CN6 CN7 구동부 Description AC1과 GND를 연결함 Motor의 정/역 방향을 제어함 Motor의 동작 Wire를 연결함 고 RPM진행시 On/Off 제어함 Heat Sink의 온도Sensor를 연 결함 수위.온도Sensor를 연결함 냉/온/Pre/Drain 동작용 부품 Item 15 16 17 18 Part Number Door System CN10 CN8 CN9 Description Parts for Door Lock/Unlock Connects Motor Tacho Sensor Connects the silver nano wire Connects the driving system wire 11-1 .

11-2 Connector & Relay Terminals Description (MAIN PCB) RELAY1 A)Connects to AC2 B)Connects to AC2-1 COMMON CN8 ①Connects ②Connects ③Connects ⑤Connects ⑥Connects to to to to to SIG-A SIG-B IH PWM GROUND RELAY2 A)Connects to the HEATER B)Connects to the HEATER CN1 A)Connects to the DOOR LOCK Signal B)Connects to the DOOR LOCK Signal CN10 A) Connects to the TACHO SENSOR B) Connects to the TACHO SENSOR CN3 ②Connects to AC1 ③Connects to GROUND CN4 ①Connects ③Connects ④Connects ⑤Connects ⑥Connects to to to to to the the the the the MOTOR MOTOR MOTOR MOTOR MOTOR STATOR STATOR STATOR STATOR STATOR CN6 ①Connects to the TEMP SENSOR ④Connects to the TEMP SENSOR CN7 ①Connects ②Connects ③Connects ④Connects SENSOR ⑤Connects SENSOR to to to to GORUND 5V 5V the WATER CN9 ①Connects ②Connects ③Connects ④Connects ⑥Connects to to to to to the the the the the DRAIN-MOTOR COLD VALVE PRE VALVE HOT VALVE ROLD DOOR S/W to the TEMP 11-2 .

11-3 Connector & Relay Terminals Description (AG-KIT PBA) CN1 ①Connects to AC1 ③Connects to AC2 CN7 ①Connects to GORUND ②Connects to IH ③Connects to PWM ④Connects to SIGNAL-B ⑤Connects to SIGNAL-A ⑧Connects to AG-B ⑨Connects to AG-A 11-3 .

Memo 11-4 .

12. 12-1 . SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 12-1. Main PCB * This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization.

12-2 . SUB PCB * This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization.12-2.

12-3 . MEMS PCB * This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization.12-3.

AG PCB * This Document can not be used without Samsung’s authorization. 12-4 .12-4.

13. OVERALL SYSTEM 13-1 . CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS 13-1.

▶ Description . D17 D20 transforms it to DC 300V. AC Input & Power Circuit ▶ Function Generates a required DC power of 12V or 5V in case of supplied or disconnected AC power. .The 12V for the LVT1 secondary source is transformed to DC 5V through IC4 13-2 . . .When AC 220V is applied to CN3.The secondary 12V depends on the ZD1 value.13-2.DC 300V is generated for the LVT1 secondary source by IC3 and PC1 turning on/off.

13-3. pin # 10 to 16 of IC7 and IC9 are electrically grounded (0V).Then.4.MICOM outputs a high signal of 5V from pin # 1 .7 and TRIAC2.The operating parts (VALVE.7 of IC7 and IC9. DOOR S/W.   . ▶ Description .6.When pin # 10 to 16 are grounded. DOOR S/W) connected to CN9 turn on if they are supplied with power. . Driving System Circuit ▶ Function Controls each driving system (VALVE. DRAIN-MOTOR) by turning RELAY or TRIAC on/off. . DRAIN-MOTOR. this creates an electric potential difference from the 12V that turns on RELAY 5. 13-3 .5.3.

The frequency of the level sensor changes according to the water amount in the tub. MICOM stores the value. .4. The DHSEH sensor is connected to CN7 pin 5 and CN6 pins 3.The voltage applied to R50 and R51 is decided according the temp.When voltage is applied to MICOM pins 22 and 23. . The changed resistance is applied to R50 and R51. Then. The resistance of the temp. the frequency is input to MICOM pin 48 for detecting the water amount. ▶ Description - The water level sensor is connected to pin 4 of CN7.13-4. Sensor Detection Circuit ▶ Function Detects signals from the sensor and controls the current system. 13-4 . MICOM compares it to the predefined one before detecting the current temp. sensor changes according to the ambient temperature.

The flowing current is transformed to a voltage by the resistance of R27. .Both SIGNAL_A and SIGNAL_B repeat this for 15 seconds outputting a high signal of 5V. 13-5 . SIGNAL_A output turns TR1 and TR6 on to generate a potential difference between the 12V and the grounding for causing the current to flow. ▶ Description .Supplies water to the two silver plates AG_B and AG_A. SIGNAL_B output turns TR4 and TR5 on to generate a potential difference between the 12V and the grounding for causing the current to flow. SINAL_A and SIGNAL_B output a high signal of 5V. Then. .Selects the silver nano feature to operate the system. the voltage is applied to IC1 pin 2 and used for detecting and controlling the flowing current. .Then. .13-5. Silver Nano System ▶ Function Applies the electric current to the silver plate during the water supply and uses the silver water to perform the bacteria-free or sterilization processes.

Memo 13-6 .

REFERENCE INFORMATION RPM 9 : 900 0 : 1000 1 : 1100 2 : 1200 Dealer L (Lowe’s) B (BBY) C (Costco) Code Color W (White) S (Silver) C (Champagne) B (Black) Capacity Feature Contents .6 : Better .ft.3 cu. MODEL NAME WF Service Year 3 2 6 L A S 1 / XAA Code For SEA 14.A : Ag+ . WF (Washer Frontloading) 14-1 .7. 4 : 3.5.4.8.Model Code (Dealer) Model Code (BOM) 14-1.9 : Best 3 : 3.4 cu.3 : Good .2.1.ft.

4) THERMISTOR → Keeps sensoring and controlling the temperature inside the tube to keep it below your settings. 5) ASSY-THERMAL FUSE (Anti Over-Heat) → When the washing heater is overheated due to an error in the thermistor or any other malfunction. 6) ASSY-MAIN PCB (Sensitive Laundry Protection) → To avoid any damage to sensitive laundry. 3) SENSOR-PRESSURE (Anti Over-Flow) → When the water supplied is more than 2/3 of the tube capacity due to a malfunction of the water supply valve. 14-2 . it keeps the door locked even in pause mode or after the washing cycle unless the water level frequency is greater than 24. and 55℃ in the washing cycle. the assy-thermal fuse (built in the heater) is automatically activated to discon nect the power for your and the product’s safety. For safety purposes. 9) PRE-WASH → The machine does a preliminary wash of about 10 minutes prior to the main wash. this device automatically starts water-draining and displays “OVERFLOW ERROR(E3)” on the LED. the thermostat (installed on the drying duct) is automatically activated to disconnect the power for your or product’s safety 8) CHILD LOCK → Prevents children from playing with the washing machine.14-2.8Khz (anti-overflow level) or the inside-tube temperature is less than 65℃ in the hydrating cycle. the tube temperature is detected and “ERROR(E8)” is displayed on the LED for Wool or Lingerie courses when the temperature is over 50℃. TERMINOLOGY 1) ASSY-MAIN PCB (Imbalance Sensor) → To prevent the laundry from gathering on one side of the tube causing noise and vibration. 2) DOOR-LOCK S/W → Prevents the door from being opened while a cycle is in progress. This is particularly effective for cleaning badly stained laundry. 7) THERMOSTAT (Anti Over-Heat) → When the heater (drier) overheats from an error in the thermistor or any other malfunction. the washing machine uses an imbalance detection device that evenly disentangles the laundry before the hydrating cycle starts.

The temperature range for Hot is 105° . bleaching. cold water entering the home in the northern states during winter may be 40° F/4° C which is too cold for effective cleaning. drying and ironing. The water temperature in this situation will need to be adjusted by selecting a warm setting. For example.14-3. Follow care label directions to maximize garment life and reduce laundering problems. Wash Cycle Normal Permanent Press/Wrinkle Resistant/ Wrinkle Control Gentle/Delicates Hand Wash Water Temperature** Hot Warm Cold Bleach Any Bleach (when needed) Only Non-Chlorine (color-safe) Bleach (when needed) Tumble Dry Cycle Normal Permanent Press/ Wrinkle Resistant/ Wrinkle Control Gentle/ Delicates Dryclean Dry clean Do Not Dry clean Special Instructions Line Dry/ Hang to Dry Drip Dry Dry Flat Heat Setting High Medium Low Any Heat No Heat/Air Iron-Dry or Steam Temperatures High Medium Low Line Dry/ Hang to Dry Drip Dry Dry Flat Warning symbols for laundering Do Not Wash Do Not Wring Do Not Bleach Do Not Tumble Dry No Steam (added to iron) Do Not Iron **The dot symbols represent appropriate wash water temperatures for various items.) The clothes Washer may not ensure these temperatures because the actual water temperatures entering your Washer are dependent on water heater settings and regional water supply temperatures.29° C.85° F/16° . The use of symbols ensures consistency among garment manufacturers of domestic and imported items.52°C. adding some hot water to the MAX FILL line or using your Washer’s heating option. if available. 14-3 .41° C and for Cold 60° . or dry cleaning when necessary.125° F/ 41° . FABRIC CARE CHART The following symbols provide garment care directions without words. The care label will include.105° F/29° . four symbols: washing. in order. for Warm 85° . (Wash water temperature must be a minimum of 60° F/16°C for detergent activation and effective cleaning.

keep these safety precautions in mind: Operate the appliance only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. Do not overload the wall outlet or extension cords. try reversing the plug. L(Lowe’s). and the point where they exit from the unit. W(white) 1(1100rpm). Power supply cords should be routed so that they are unlikely to be walked on or pinched by items placed on or against them. H(Ag+. B(BBY). 6(‘06).14-4. W(white) Lowe’s WF316LAW WF306LAW WF316BAC WF316BAW BBY WF306BAW WF306BHW WF316CAW Costco WF306C1W 14-4 . If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet. L(Lowe’s). 6(‘06). B(BBY). W(white) 0(1000rpm). A(Ag+). A(Ag+). 6(‘06). convenience re ceptacles. A(Ag+). C(costco). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. C(costco). For your safety. W(white) 0(1000rpm). A(Ag+). 6(‘06). S(Silver) 2(1200rpm). W(white) 0(1000rpm). 6(‘06). L(Lowe’s). Overloading can result in fire or electric shock. C(Champagne) 1(1100rpm). If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home. W(white) 0(1000rpm). 6(‘06). Models Dealer Models WF326LAS WF326LAW Remark 2(1200rpm).Heater). If the plug still doesn’t fit. A(Ag+). consult your appliance dealer or local power company. 6(‘06). 6(‘06). Protect the power cord. 1(grade). Pay particular attention to cords at plugs. B(BBY). L(Lowe’s). B(BBY). A(Ag+). A(Ag+). contact your electrician to replace your outlet. 6(‘06). A(Ag+). 6(‘06). and other injuries. electrical shock. W(white) 1(1100rpm). this appliance is equipped with a polarized alter nating current line plug having one blade wider than the other. - 14-5. - Use only a grounded or polarized outlet. ELECTRICAL WARNINGS To reduce the risk of fire. W(white) 1(1100rpm).

1 Question How long does it take for the door to unlock? Answer It takes approximately 2-3 seconds for the door to unlock. its compartment is washed again during the following rinse cycle. If the door is unlocked. Make sure the unit is plugged into a live off. Bleach is usually flushed out into the tub at the beginning of the washing. the Power button should be pressed or door The cycle is complete and “End” is displayed. should be opened before selecting another cycle. 6 The washer door gets locked after a power failure. refer to the Owner’s Manual It is normal for a small amount of water remaining in Detergent Drawer after it completes washing. How can I open it? open 2-3 seconds after the Spin or Drain cycle is completed. 2 When “End” is displayed. How can I open it? 7 The water must be drained from the tub for the door to be opened.14-5. Press Power Off and restart the cycle. press the Start/Pause dial and then restart the cycle. The display will show “End” until washer is turned off. the Power button How do I set another cycle? should be pressed or the door should be opened What should I do when Information Code (“dc”) lights up? When the Information Code is displayed. removing any remnants. the cycle will resume where it left off. Also. To turn off washer. “PF” will display and the washer will pause. 14-5 . The door will is water in the tub. If the power fails while the door is locked. 3 4 There is a small amount of water left in Detergent Drawer after the load is complete. Q & A NO. Set The washer door does not unlock when there the rotary dial to Spin Only and press the Start/Pause dial. it was turned the cycle and start the washer. If the power comes back on while the door is still locked. Is this normal? 5 Power button may have been accidentally bumped or pushed. For more information. Reset When I went back to my washer. What happened? electrical outlet. Check house fuse or circuit breaker. the door will remain locked until the power comes back on.

Memo 14-6 .

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