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WASHING MACHINE

SERVICE MANUAL
CAUTION
READ THIS MANUAL CAREFUL LY TO DIAGNOSE
PROBLEMS CORRECT LY BEFORE SERVICING THE UNI T.
MODEL: WM3070H*A
Website : http://biz.lgservice.com
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CONTENTS
1. Specifications .................................................................................................................................. 3
2. Features and Technical Explanation ............................................................................................ 4-6
3. Parts Identification ........................................................................................................................... 7
4. Installation and Test ................................................................................................................... 8-10
5. Operation .................................................................................................................................. 11-17
5-1. Control Panel Features ..................................................................................................... 12-13
5-2. Cycle Guide ........................................................................................................................... 14
5-3. Special Functions ................................................................................................................... 15
5-4. Explanation of Each Process ............................................................................................ 16-17
6. Wiring Diagram / Program Chart .............................................................................................. 18-19
7. Test Mode ...................................................................................................................................... 20
7-1. Safety Caution ....................................................................................................................... 20
7-2. Load Test Mode ..................................................................................................................... 20
7-3. How To Read the Display in Load Test Mode ........................................................................ 20
8. Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................................... 21-35
8-1. Safety Caution ....................................................................................................................... 21
8-2. Error Mode Summary ....................................................................................................... 21-22
8-3. Troubleshooting Summary ..................................................................................................... 23
8-4. Troubleshooting With Error ............................................................................................... 24-30
8-5. Other Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................... 31-35
9. Component Testing Information ............................................................................................... 36-48
9-1. Filter Assembly (Line Filter) ................................................................................................... 36
9-2. Door Look Switch Assembly ............................................................................................. 37-38
9-3. Stator Assembly ................................................................................................................ 39-41
9-4. Pump Motor Assembly ........................................................................................................... 42
9-5. Inlet Valve Assembly .............................................................................................................. 43
9-6. Heater Assembly .................................................................................................................... 44
9-7. Thermistor Assembly ........................................................................................................ 45-46
9-8. Steam Generator Assembly .............................................................................................. 47-48
10. Disassembly Instructions ......................................................................................................... 49-59
11. Exploded View ......................................................................................................................... 60-62
11-1. Cabinet and Control Panel Assembly ................................................................................... 60
11-2. Drum and Tub Assembly ...................................................................................................... 61
11-3. Dispenser Assembly ............................................................................................................. 62
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personal injury, or death
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2. FEATURES & TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
2-1. FEATURES
Ultra Capacity
The larger drum enables not only higher head drop and stronger centrifugal force,
but also less tangling and wrinkling of the laundry. Heavier loads, such as king size
comforters, blankets, and curtains, can be washed.
Direct Drive System
The advanced brushless DC motor drives the drum directly, without belt or pulley
Tilted Drum and Extra Large Door Opening
Tilted drum and extra large opening make it possible to load and unload clothing
more easily.
Steam Washing and SteamFresh
TM
Steam washing features upgraded washing performance with low energy and water
consumption. SteamFreshTM cycle removes wrinkles from dry clothes.
Automatic Wash Load Detection
Automatically detects the load and optimizes the washing time.
Built-in Heater
Internal heater helps to maintain water temperature at its optimum level for selected
cycles.
Child Lock
The child lock prevents children from pressing any button to change the settings
during operation.

2-2. NEURO FUZZY WASHING TIME OPTIMIZATION


To get the best washing performance, optimal time is determined by the water temperature,
the selected washing temperature, and the size of the load.
2-3. WATER LEVEL CONTROL
This model incorporates a pressure sensor which can sense the water level in the tub.
The water supply is stopped when the water level reaches the preset level. The washing
program then proceeds.
Spinning does not proceed until the water in the tub drains to a certain level.
water
temperature
washing time
rinsing time
the best
washing
performance
spin rhythm, time
load
size
NEURO-
FUZZY
selected
washing
temperature
SENSING EFFECT PROCESSING DETERMINATION
The door can be opened by pulling the door handle whenever washer is not in operation.
When the cycle is completed, the DOOR LOCKED light will turn off.
If a power failure has occurred during operation, the door will unlock after 5 minutes.
Clicking sounds can be heard when the door is locked/unlocked.
2-4. DOOR CONTROL

2-5. THE DOOR CAN NOT BE OPENED


While program is operating.
During a power failure or if the machine is unplugged while running.
While door Lock lights turn on.
Wile the drum is still turning, even if the machine has been stopped or paused.
2-6. DOOR LOCKED LAMP LIGHTS
When the frequency of water level is lower than 22.9 kHz.
(It can be canceled when the frequency is more than 23.8 kHz.)
When the temperature inside the tub is higher than 45C (113 F) and water level is not 25.5 kHz.
(It can be canceled when the water level is 25.5 kHz or the temperature inside the tub is lower than 40 C (104 F))
2-7. CHILD LOCK
Use this option to prevent unwanted use of the washer. Press and hold STAIN CARE button for 3
seconds to lock/unlock control.
When child lock is set, CHILD LOCK lights and all buttons are disabled except the POWER
button. You can lock the controls of the washer while washing.
CHILD LOCK remains in effect after the cycle and even if the power is turned off. To UNLOCK,
press and hold the STAIN CARE button for 3 seconds.
2-8. WATER CIRCULATION
The recirculated water sprays from a nozzle at the top of the door gasket.
During the wash cycle, it runs continuously for the first three minutes and intermittently after that.
During the rinse cycle, it runs continuously after the drum is filled.
2-9. STEAM
For tough stained clothes, sick room linens, or baby clothes.
Steam Wash is available with Sanitary, Bulk/Large, Perm. Press, Cotton/Normal, and Baby Wear cycles.
This option features upgraded washing performance with low energy and water consumption.
Do not load delicates such as wool, silk, and easily discolored clothes.

3. PAPTS DENTFCATCN

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Belore servcnq. ask lhe cuslomer whal lhe lrouble s.
When nslallnq or reparnq lhe washer. pul on lonq qloves and salely qlasses.
Check lhe selup power supply s !20 VAC. remove lhe lransl bolls. level lhe washer. elc.)
Check wlh lhe lroubleshoolnq qude.
Plan your servce melhod by relerrnq lo lhe dsassembly nslruclons.
Servce lhe unl.
Aller servcnq. operale lhe applance lo see whelher l lunclons correclly.
STANDAPD NSTALLATCN
The applance should be nslalled as lollows
Pemove lhe 4 shppnq bolls
wlh lhe suppled wrench.
Pemove lhe lower bols lrsl.
l s easer lhal way.
Keep lhe shppnq bolls and
wrench lor lulure use.
nserl lhe 4 caps provded)
nlo lhe holes.
Turn clockwse lo rase
counlerclockwse lo lower.
Turn lhe levelnq leel lo
adusl lhe applance.
PEMCVE THE SHPPNG
BCLTS
NSTALL THE APPLANCE
CN A FLAT AND FPM SUPFACE
ADJUST THE
LEVELNG
4. NSTALLATCN & TEST
save lhese

Verly lhal lhe rubber washer s nsde ol lhe


end ol lhe hose.
Tqhlen lhe nlel hose securely lo prevenl leaks.
nslall lhe nlel hose lo correcl lemperalure
waler lap.
HCW TC CCNNECT THE NLET HCSE
CCNNECT THE DPAN HCSE
Make sure lhal lhe hose s nol lwsled.
CCNNECT PCWEP PLUG
The end ol lhe dran hose should be placed less lhan 96' 8' or 2.4 m) above lhe lloor.
Avod submerqnq lhe end ol lhe hose.
Connecl lhe power pluq lo lhe wall oullel.
Avod conneclnq several eleclrc devces.
as donq so may cause a lre.
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TEST OPERATION
1
Preparation for
washing.
Connect the power plug to the
outlet.
Connect the inlet hoses.
2
Press the POWER button.
3
Press the START/PAUSE
button.
Listen for a click to determine if the
door has locked.
6
Check the water heating
function.
Press the WASH/RINSE button
and the present temperature will
be displayed.
Check if the drum rotates
clockwise and counterclockwise.
5
Check the automatic reverse
rotation.
4
Check the water supply.
Check if water is supplied through
the detergent dispenser.
7
Check the drain and spin
functions.
Power off and the power on.
Press the SPIN SPEED button.
Press the START/PAUSE button.
Check the spin and drain functions.
Listen for a click to determine if the
door is unlocking.
8
Press the START/PAUSE
button.
9
Water removal
If SERVICE is needed during
check, remove the remaining
water by pulling out the hose cap.
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Power Bullon
Use this button to turn the
power Cn}Cll.
Slalus ndcalor
|t shows elapsed time of the cycle the washer is
operating.
Cycle Seleclor Knob
Potate the Cycle seleclor knob to select the cycle
designed for different types of fabric and soil
levels.
Slarl}Pause
Use this button to
Start/Stop the washer.
Spin Speed
Soil Level

52. Cycle Gude


The cycle qude below shows lhe oplons and recommended labrc lypes lor each cycle.
Avalable oplon
CYCLE FABPC TYPE
DSPLAY
TMEMN)
BASC CPTCN DEFAULT) ADDTCNAL CPTCNS
WASH
TEMP.
SPN
SPEED
SCL
LEVEL
PPE
WASH
EXTPA
PNSE
STEAM
CCLD
WASH
TUPBC
WASH
TUB CLEAN Ths cycle s
desqned lo remove
a mldewy
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ALLEPGENE Collon. underwear.


pllow covers.
bed sheels. baby
wear
99 !32 HGH
EXTPA HGH
NC SPN
LCW
MEDUM

SANTAPY Heavly soled
underwear. work
clolhes. dapers. elc.
98 !07 EXTPA HCT HGH
EXTPA HGH
NC SPN
LCW
MEDUM
NCPMAL
HEAVY
LGHT
BPGHT
WHTES
Whle Fabrcs 66 76 HCT
TAP CCLD
CCLD
WAPM
HGH
EXTPA HGH
NC SPN
LCW
MEDUM
NCPMAL
HEAVY
LGHT
BULKY}
LAPGE
Larqe lems such as
blankels and
comlorlers
56 WAPM
HCT
CCLD
TAP CCLD
MEDUM
LCW
NC SPN
NCPMAL
HEAVY
LGHT
CCTTCN}
NCPMAL
Collon. lnen. lowels.
shrls. sheels. eans.
mxed loads
32 50 WAPM
HCT
TAP CCLD
CCLD
HGH
EXTPA HGH
LCW
MEDUM
NC SPN
NCPMAL
HEAVY
LGHT
HEAVY DUTY Heavy soled Collon
Fabrcs
80 98 WAPM
HCT
TAP CCLD
CCLD
EXTPA HGH
NC SPN
LCW
MEDUM
HGH
HEAVY
LGHT
HEAVY
PEPM.
PPESS
Dress shrls}panls.
wrnklelree clolhnq.
poly}collon blend
clolhnq. lableclolhs
35 44 WAPM
HCT
TAP CCLD
CCLD
MEDUM
HGH
LCW
NC SPN
NCPMAL
HEAVY
LGHT

DELCATES Dress shrls}blouses.
nylons. sheer or lacy
qarmenls
4! CCLD
WAPM
TAP CCLD
MEDUM
NC SPN
LCW
NCPMAL
HEAVY
LGHT

TCWELS Towels 55 65 WAPM
HCT
TAP CCLD
CCLD
EXTPA HGH
NC SPN
LCW
MEDUM
HGH
NCPMAL
HEAVY
LGHT
HAND WASH}
WCCL
lems labeled
handwashable
55 WAPM
TAP CCLD
CCLD
LCW
NC SPN
NCPMAL
LGHT
SPEED
WASH
Lqhlly soled
clolhnq
and small loads
!5 HCT
TAP CCLD
WAPM
CCLD
EXTPA HGH
NC SPN
LCW
MEDUM
HGH
LGHT
NCPMAL
HEAVY
Cycle lme depends on waler pressure. lype and amounl ol load and chosen addlonal oplons.
To prolecl your qarmenls. nol every wash}rnse lemperalure. spn speed. sol level. or oplon s avalable wlh every cycle.

53. SPECAL FUNCTCNS


The oplon bullons also aclvale specal lunclons. ncludnq CHILD LOCK. LOAD SIZE. TUB CLEAN and
SGNAL CN}CFF Press and hold lhe oplon bullon marked wlh lhe specal lunclon lor 3 seconds lo aclvale.
CHLD LCCK
Use lhs oplon lo prevenl unwanled use ol lhe washer or lo keep cycle sellnqs lrom
benq chanqed whle lhe washer s operalnq. Press and hold lhe PREWASH bullon lor
3 seconds lo aclvale or deaclvale lhe chld lock lunclon.
The chld lock ndcalor wll be shown n lhe dsplay. and all bullons are dsabled excepl
lhe CN}CFF bullon.
NCTE CHILD LOCK remans n ellecl aller lhe cycle and even l lhe power s lurned oll.
To UNLCCK. press and hold lhe PRE-WASH bullon lor lhree seconds.

54. Explanalon ol each process


No. Process Explanalon
!. Slandby
Washer s ready lo work and lhe mcom s n lhe aclve mode.
Eleclrcal power s suppled.
2. Waler
supply
Aller loadnq laundry and seleclnq a course and a cycle. waler s
suppled and lhe drum rolales.
When lhe user selecls PRE-WASH. waler s suppled lhrouqh
lhe prewash valve.
3. Soaknq
and washnq
laundry
To qel laundry wel.lhe drum rolales clockwse and counlerclockwse.
l waler amounl s nsullcenl al lhs lme. lhe nlel valve wll supply
waler aqan.
4. Healnq and
washnq
The healer heals lhe waler n drum lo lhe selecled waler lemperalure
and drum rolales lor washnq.
5.
6.
Washnq
and healnq
} washnq
When lhe waler lemperalure reaches lo lhe selecled lemperalure.
lhe healnq slops bul drum rolalon conlnues.
l waler lemperalure becomes lower lhan selecled because ol
resuppled waler. lhe healnq slarls aqan.
7. Washnq Fuzzy loqc decdes washnq lme accordnq lo lhe laundry load. waler
lemperalure. and olher laclors.
8. Dranaqe A pump molor drans lhe waler lrom lhe drum.
When lhe presure swlch ndcales lhe waler has been draned. spn slarls.
When very hol waler s selecled. n lhe hol. Allerqene. or sanlary cycle.
lhe load s cooled belore lhe door can be opened lo prevenl
damaqe lo lhe laundry or a burn hazard.
9. Unlanqlnq
Sensnq
eccenl
rcly)
l balances laundry load and senses lhe eccenlrcly ol lhe load. lo
allow spnnnq wlhoul vbralon.
l lhe eccenlrcly s worse lhan lhe allowed level. l repeals lhe
dsenlanqlnq process. When lhe repealed lme s more lhan lhe allowed
level. l dsplays UE.
When lhe balance s correcled. lhe spn cycle beqns
Durnq lhs process. lhe dran pump works as needed lo expel lhe
waler exlracled lrom lhe load.

No. Process Explanalon


!0. nlermllenl
spn
To reach lhe correcl sel speed. lhe molor rolales clockwse and
counlerclockwse dreclons aller spn process slarls.
l lhe waler level lrequency s lower lhan 23.0 kHz.
a washer senses suds and slarls suds removal process.
!!. Pnse
spn
n lhs process. lhe remannq waler durnq washnq process s
exlracled and lhe selecled speed s kepl.
Pemovnq suds process s n aclve mode al lhs cycle.
!2. Pemannq
spn
Aller spn lnshes. lhe drum rolales by remannq spn power unll l
slops. Molor power s oll.
Ths process s overlapped wlh nexl process.
!3. Pnse waler
supply
Waler supply lor rnse process.
!4.
!5.
Pnse Pnsnq process.
Lasl
dranaqe
Aller spn lnshes and power s nol suppled lo molor. lhe drum
coasls lo a slop.
l rnse hold s selecled. lhe waler remans n lhe lub and lhe
dran pump s nol operaled.
!6. Dsenlanqlnq
!7. nlermllenl spn
Man spn!
The same as lem !0.
The same as lem 9.
!8.
!9.
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Man spn! The same as lem !!.
Al lhe end ol a man spn. lhe spn speed wll reach lhe selecled rpm.
Pemannq spn The same wlh lem !2.
senlanqlnq Aller spn lnshes. dsenlanqlnq slarls lo remove unbalanced
laundry.
End
Aller end sqnal s dsplayed. l slays lor 8 seconds and power s
aulomalcally lurned oll. Aulo lype door swlch)
Aller door swlch s oll. end sqnal s dsplayed n lhe case ol
manual lype and l lakes around 2 mnule lo lurn oll door swlch.
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7. TEST MCDE
7!. SAFETY CAUTCN
There can be lve AC and DC vollaqe on some lermnals on lhe man board. even when lhe
machne s lurned oll. Be caulous lo avod eleclrc shock when dsconneclnq parls whle
lroubleshoolnq. Wear Slalc Dscharqe qloves when worknq.)
Aller cullnq oll lhe power when chanqnq lhe PWB dsconneclnq. or reassemblnq.
Be carelul slalc when handlnq lhe PWB assembly. and use Eleclro Slalc Dscharqe plaslc
pack when shppnq or slornq l.
72. LCAD TEST MCDE
73. HCW TC CHECK THE WATEP LEVEL FFPEQUENCY
!. Hold lhe SPIN SPEED and SOIL LEVEL and lhen press lhe PCWEP bullon.
Press and hold lhe WASH/RINSE and DELAY WASH bullon smullaneously.
The dqls ndcale lhe waler level lrequency x.! kHz ).
24.! kHz
So. lor example a dsplay ndcalnq 24! a Waler level lrequency ol 24! x.! kHz
2. Then buzzer wll sound lwce.
3. Press lhe Slarl}Pause bullon repealedly lo cycle lhrouqh lhe lesl modes.
None
! lme
2 lmes
3 lmes
4 lmes
5 lmes
6 lmes
7 lmes
8 lmes
9 lmes
!0 lmes
!! lmes
!2 lmes
!3 lmes
!4 lmes
!5 lmes
Turns on all lamps and locks lhe door.
Tumble clockwse.
Low speed spn.
Hqh speed spn.
nlel valve lor prewash lurns on.
nlel valve lor man wash lurns on.
nlel valve lor hol waler lurns on.
nlel valve lor sleam lurns on.
nlel valve lor bleach lurns on.
Tumble counlerclockwse.
Healer lurns on lor 3 seconds.
Crculalon pump lurns on.
Dran pump lurns on.
Sleam waler level sensor operales.
Sleam healer lurns on lor !.2seconds
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LCAD TEST MCDE
Ppm 4550)
Ppm 5560)
Ppm !!0!!5)
Waler level lrequency 0255)
Waler level lrequency 0255)
Waler level lrequency 0255)
Waler level lrequency 0255)
Waler level lrequency 0255)
rpm 4250)
Waler lemperalure
Waler level lrequency 2565)
Waler level lrequency 2565)
AG lub waler level lrequency 0255)
Sleam qeneralor lemperalure

Number ol lmes lhe


Slarl}Pause bullon s pressed
Check Ponl Dsplay Slalus
The washer musl be emply and lhe conlrols musl be n lhe oll slale.
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8. TPCUBLESHCCTNG
l you press lhe STAPT}PAUSE bullon when an error s dsplayed. any error excepl wll
dsappear and lhe machne wll qo nlo lhe pause slalus.
n case ol . . l lhe error s nol resolved wlhn 20 seconds. or lhe n case ol olher
errors. l lhe error s nol resolved wlhn 4 mnules. power wll be lurned oll aulomalcally and lhe error
code wll blnk. Bul n lhe case ol . power wll nol be lurned oll.
8!. SAFETY CAUTCN
TThere can be lve AC and DC vollaqe on lermnals on lhe man board. even when lhe machne s
lurned oll. Be caulous lo avod eleclrc shock when dsconneclnq parls whle lroubleshoolnq.
Wear Eleclro Slalc Dscharqe qloves when worknq.)
Aller cullnq oll lhe power when chanqnq lhe PWB assembly. dsconneclnq. or reassemblnq.
Be carelul slalc when handlnq lhe PWB assembly. and use Eleclro Slalc Dscharqe plaslc pack when
shppnq or slornq l.
EPPCP SYMPTCM CAUSE
WATEP NLET
EPPCP
Correcl waler level 24.6kHz) s nol reached wlhn
8 mnules aller waler s suppled or l does nol reach
lhe presel waler level wlhn 20 mnules.
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UNBALANCE
EPPCP
The load s loo small.
The applance s llled.
Laundry s qalhered lo one sde.
Non dslrbulable lhnqs are pul nlo lhe drum.
2
DPAN EPPCP Nol lully draned wlhn !0 mnules.

3
CVEPFLCW EPPCP
Waler s overllownq.
waler level lrequency s over 2!.3kHz).
l s dsplayed. lhe dran pump wll
operale lo dran lhe waler aulomalcally.
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PPESSUPE SENSCP
EPPCP
The PPESSUPE SENSCP ASSEMBLY s oul ol
order.
When waler level lrequency s consslenlly
below !0 kHz or over 30 kHz.
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DCCP CPEN EPPCP
Door nol all lhe way closed.
Loose eleclrcal conneclons al door swlch and
PWB Assembly.
The DCCP SWTCH ASSEMBLY s oul ol order.
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HEATNG EPPCP The THEPMSTCP s oul ol order.
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82. EPPCP MCDE SUMMAPY
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ERROR SYMPTOM CAUSE
LOCKED MOTOR
ERROR
EEPROM ERROR
The connector (3-pin, male, white) in the MOTOR
HARNESS is not connected to the connector (3-pin,
female, white) of STATOR ASSEMBLY.
The electric contact between the connectors (3-pin,
male, white) in the MOTOR HARNESS and 4-pin,
female, white connector in the MAIN PWB
ASSEMBLY is bad or unstable.
The MOTOR HARNESS between the STATOR
ASSEMBLY and MAIN PWB ASSEMBLY is cut
(open circuited).
The hall sensor is out of order/defective.
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EEPROM is out of order.
Displayed only when the START/PAUSE button is
first pressed in the Load Test Mode.
9
POWER FAILURE After the power supply is stopped while washing
machine is working, the power is supplied rapidly.
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INLET VALVE ERROR
s dsplayed?
When you press bolh
WASH}PNSE bullon and
DELAY WASH bullon
smullaneously.
s lhe waler level lrequency
below 24.6 kHz?
s lller nlel valve cloqqed
wlh loreqn maleral?
Are lhe nlel valve
conneclors broken or
loose?
s resslance belween
each lermnal ol NLET
VALVE ASSEMBLY
0.8!.2 k ?
Peler lo 95 nlel valve
assembly. See paqe 4!.)
Clean or
replace lhe lller.
Check lhe AP
CHAMBEP
and lhe lube
cloqqed).
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Peconnecl or
repar
lhe conneclor.
Peplace lhe
NLET VALVE
ASSEMBLY.
Yes
Yes
s lhe vollaqe ol lhe nlel
valve conneclor !20 V AC?
Check lhe all lermnal ol
NLET VALVE ASSEMBLY
whle lhe power s on.)
Peplace lhe
NLET VALVE
ASSEMBLY.
No
Yes
s lhe conneclor connecled lo
MAN PWB assembly
dsconnecled or ds
assembled?NA2. NA4. BL3)
Peconnecl or
repar
lhe conneclor.
No
Yes
Yes
s Eleclrcal conneclon
correcl?
Peler lo 95 wrnq daqram.
See paqe 4!.)
Peplace lhe
MAN HAPNESS. No
No
Aller checknq conneclor.
s lhe waler level lrequency
below 24.6 kHz?
Peplace lhe MAN PWB
ASSEMBLY.
Nole| nslallalon salely check lsl
!) No waler lap leakaqe
2) No waler lap lreeze
3) No enlanqlemenl ol waler supply hose
4) No waler shorlaqe
5) No shrnkaqe on waler supply hose due lo
a possble msuse ol hol and cold waler
6) No waler supply hose leakaqe
Check lhe
PPESSUPE
SWTCH.
Yes
No
No
84. TPCUBLESHCCTNG WTH EPPCP
23
DRAIN ERROR
s dsplayed?
s lhe pump molor
conneclor broken or
loose?
Peconnecl or
repar
lhe conneclor.
Yes
Crculalon pump
Yes
Dran pump
Conneclon conneclor
No
Yes
When you press bolh
WASH/RINSE bullon and
DELAY WASH bullon
smullaneously. s lhe
waler level lrequency
below 25.0 kHz?
Check lhe AP
CHAMBEP.
lhe lube
cloqqed).
and press
swlch.
s lhe col ol lhe dran
pump loo hqh or low?
resslance ol lhe col
s !020 )
Peler lo 94 Pump molor
assembly. See paqe 40.)
Peplace lhe
DPAN PUMP
ASSEMBLY.
No
Yes
s lhe vollaqe belween
conneclors oul ol ranqe?
NA2 pn! BL3 pn!)
Aller remove Termnal
Poslon Assurance TPA)
ol conneclor. check as lollows.
Pump runnnq !20VAC :5
Slopped Molor}Pump 0!V
Melhod
!. Press and hold SPIN SPEED and SOIL LEVEL,
lhen press PCWEP.
2. Press Slarl}Pause bullon.
! lme Pump slowspeed runnnq
2 lmes Pump mdspeed runnnq
3 lmes Pump hqhspeed runnnq
4 lmes Slop lhe Molor}Pump
Nole| nslallalon check lsl
!) The dranaqe hose musl nol slay n a lower
poslon.
2) The dranaqe hose musl nol be benl or
cloqqed n any way due lo lhe surroundnq
physcal conlquralon.
3) The dranaqe hose musl nol qel lrozen al all
lmes.
4) The dranaqe pump musl nol have any mproper
subslance or maleral nsde lhal may cause
a machne breakdown.
Peplace lhe
MAN PWB
ASSEMBLY.
Yes
No
24
HEATING ERROR
s lhe healer conneclor
broken or loose?
Peconnecl or
repar
lhe conneclor.
Yes
Yes
s Check healer
resslance oul ol ranqe?
!2!8 )
Peler lo 96 Healer
assembly. See paqe 42.)
Peplace lhe
HEATEP
ASSEMBLY.
Yes
No
No
s lhermslor resslance
oul ol ranqe?
aboul 39.5k al 30`C)
Peler lo 97 lhermslor
assembly. See paqe 43.)
Peplace lhe
THEPMSTCP
ASSEMBLY.
Yes
No
Has waler leaked nlo lhe
lhermslor conneclor?
Nole|
A conlrol board lalure s rare. The
sensnq parls ol lhe lhermslor crcul
are only resslors and capaclors.
Peplace lhe
THEPMSTCP
ASSEMBLY.
Yes
Sleam qeneralor healer
Wash healer
s lhe lhermslor
conneclor broken or
loose?
Peconnecl or
repar
lhe conneclor.
Yes
No
Sleam qeneralor lhermslor
Wash lhermslor
s lE EPPCP dsplayed?
25
LOCKED MOTOR ERROR
Check lhe conneclors below.
s lhe conneclor dsconnecled
or dsassembled?
molor hall sensor conneclor.
molor drve conneclor.)
parl ol man PWB
assembly NA!. PD4)
Peconnecl
lhe conneclor.
conneclor }
wre } molor )
Peplace
lhe PCTCP.
Yes
Yes
Molor Drve
s rolor maqnel cracked?
Hall sensor
Molor Drve Hall Sensor
Wre and conneclors
Molor porlon
Molor
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Maqnel
Peplace
lhe STATCP.
s lhe resslance values
n lhe ranqe ol 5 lo !5 ?
UV. VW. WV
U!. V2. W3)
Aller pull oul lhe PD4
conneclor. check lhe
lermnal ol lhe conneclor
n wre. Ped 3P. male)
No
Peplace
lhe Hall
sensor.
s hall sensor oul ol
order? Peler lo 93
Slalor assembly}Hall
sensor. See paqes 3739.)
Yes
No
Peplace lhe
MAN PWB
ASSEMBLY.
Check lhe PM n lhe
conlroller.
No
s LE EPPCP dsplayed?
26
DOOR OPEN ERROR
s dsplayed?
Yes
Check lhe conneclors al
lhe door swlch and lhe
man board. Are lhey
loose or broken?
Peconnecl or
repar
lhe conneclor.
Yes
No
s lhere clcknq sound once
or lwce when lhe
START/PAUSE bullon s
pressed lo slarl lhe cycle?
Peplace lhe
PCB
ASSEMBLY.
No
s DCCP SWTCH
ASSEMBLY broken?
Peplace lhe
DCCP
SWTCH
ASSEMBLY.
No
Yes
s lhe lalch hook sprnq
adusled properly?
Peplace
Door
Assembly.
Yes
No
[Note] Installation check list
!) The machne musl operale wlh all lhe doors
complelely closed and locked.
2) The washnq area musl operale wlh a waler
lemperalure nol hqher lhan 45 Celsus and
should nol be overllled.
27
UNBALANCE ERROR OVER FLOW ERROR
[Note] Installation check list
!) Pemove lhe lransl bolls. 4)
2) Conlrmalon on lhe maleral lo see l l s capable
ol handlnq lwo dllerenl lypes ol blankel malerals.
s dsplayed?
Yes
Does lhe laundry lean
loward one sde. nol evenly
pul n lhe DPUM assembly?
Pul laundry
evenly
n lhe DPUM
assembly
Yes
s lhe washnq machne
nslalled al an anqle?
Adusl lhe
heqhl ol
washnq
machne
lo be kepl
horzonlally.
Yes
No
s dsplayed?
Yes
When you press bolh
WASH/RINSE bullon and
DELAY WASH bullon
smullaneously. s lhe
waler level lrequency over
2!.3kHz?
Check lhe AP
CHAMBEP
and lhe lube
cloqqed).
No
Does lhe nlel valve work
when lhe power s nol
appled?
Peplace lhe
NLET VALVE ASSEMBLY.
l lhe nlel
valve s open
conlnuously
when lhe power
s appled.
Peplace lhe
MAN PWB
ASSEMBLY.
No
Yes
Yes
28
PRESSURE SENSOR ERROR
Yes
s lhe pressure sensor
conneclor broken or
loose?
Peconnecl or
repar
lhe conneclor.
No
No
Yes
s lhe resslance ol lhe
pressure sensor oul ol
ranqe?
pn ! pn 3)
2!23 :!0)
Peplace lhe
pressure
swlch.
No
Yes
s lhe AP CHAMBEP and
lhe lube cloqqed?
Peplace lhe MAIN PWB
assembly.
Fx lhe ar
chamber
and remove
lhe loreqn
maleral.
Yes
s PE EPPCP dsplayed?
29
85. CTHEP TPCUBLESHCCTNG
NO POWER
1. Be careful of electric shock if disconnecting parts while troubleshooting.
2. First of all, check the connection of each electrical terminal with the wiring diagram.
3. If you replace the MAIN PWB ASSEMBLY, reinsert the connectors correctly.
CAUTCN
Check lhe
luse or resel
lhe crcul
breaker.
Yes
No
We usually lell lhe user lo use
a snqleoullel crcul and
NCT lo use a power slrp or
mullpleoullel conneclor.
s lhe suppled vollaqe
!20V AC?!0. !5)
Allernale wlh
explanalon.
Yes
Yes
No
Are lhe PCB and nose
lller conneclors broken
or loose?
Peconnecl
or repar
lhe conneclor.
No
Peplace lhe
MAN PWB
ASSEMBLY.
Yes
No
s LED on whle lhe power
s on?
Peplace lhe
DISPLAY
PWB
ASSEMBLY.
Display PWB
Connecting connector
MAIN PWB~ Display PWB
No
s lhe 5pn wre lrom
lhe dsplay board loose
or damaqed?
30
BUTTON DOESNT WORK
Are lhe conneclors lo
lhe MAN board and
DSPLAY board
damaqed or broken?
Peconnecl or
Pepar
lhe conneclor.
Yes
s lhe dsplay PCB broken?
check lhe buzzer sound
and LED lqhl whle push lhe
bullon.)
Peplace lhe
DSPLAY
PWB
ASSEMBLY.
Yes
s lhe bullon ol panel sluck?
Pepar lhe
bullon.
Yes
No
No
31
VBPATCN & NCSE N SPN
Pemove lhe
lransl bolls
and base
packnq.
Yes
No
s lhe washer nslalled on a
soldly conslrucled lloor?
Have all lhe lransl bolls
and base packnq been
removed?
Move lhe
washer or
renlorce lhe
lloor. Yes
No
Check l lhe washer s
perleclly level as lollows
Check lhe levelnq ol lhe
washer wlh a level and
check lhal lhe washer s
slable.
Pul an unbalance parl
rubber) nsde ol drum
and slarl QC lesl mode and
run n hqh spn.
Peler lo seclon 7.2. paqe !9.)
When lhe machne s
spnnnq n hqh speed.
verly lhal l s slable.
l you do nol have lhe
unbalance parl. pul 4.5 lo
6.5 lbs 2 lo 3 kq) ol
clolhnq. Cnce loaded.
press power. PnseSpn
and lhe slarl}pause bullon
n sequence.
When lhe machne s
spnnnq n hqh speed.
verly lhal l s slable.
l l s nol slable. adusl leel
accordnqly. Aller lhe
washer s level. lqhlen lhe
lock nuls up aqansl ol lhe
base ol lhe washer. All lock
nuls musl be lqhlened.
Yes
Base Packnq
Level
Unbalance Parl
Tqhlen
Hqher
Lower
Aduslable leel
Aduslable leel
Tqhlen
32
DETEPGENT DCES NCT FLCW N
Pefer to
NO wATLP
SUPPL.
Yes
Yes
No
Has detergent been put in
the correct compartment
of the dispenserI
(l) Liquid chlorine 8leach Compartment
(2) Liquid fabric Softener Compartment
(3) Prewash Compartment
(4) Main wash Compartment
|s the detergent caked or
hardenedI
|s water suppliedI
Check the
wiring.
No
Are receptacles correctly
connected to the terminals
of the |NLLT vALvL
ASSLM8LI
Put the
detergent in
the correct
place.
Clean the
dispenser.
Yes
Yes
No
Pre wash
Man wash
: Detergent
(l) (4) (3) (2)
33
LIQUID DETERGENT/SOFTENER/
BLEACH DOES NOT FLOW IN
ABNORMAL SOUND
s waler suppled?
Yes
No
Are lhe pluqs correclly
connecled lo lhe lermnals ol
lhe NLET VALVE
ASSEMBLY?
s lhe molor boll loosened?
s lhe lqud delerqenl}
sollener}bleach cap cloqqed?
Check lhe
wrnq on lhe
dspenser.
Peler lo
NC WATEP
SUPPLY.
No
s lqud delerqenl}sollener}
bleach pul n lhe correcl
comparlmenl ol lhe drawer?
Pul l n lhe
correcl
comparlmenl.
Clean lhe cap
and
conlaner.
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Secure lhe
boll.
s lhere lrclon nose comnq
lrom lhe molor?
Check hall
sensor.
Peplace l
deleclve.
Then check
slalor.
Peplace l
necessary.
Check rolor
lor broken
maqnels.
Peplace rolor
l necessary.
Yes
No
Yes
!) Lqud chlorne Bleach Comparlmenl
2) Lqud labrc Sollener Comparlmenl
3) Prewash Comparlmenl
4) Man Wash Comparlmenl
!) 4) 3) 2)
Bleach cap
Sollener
cap
Lqud delerqenl cap
34
9!. FLTEP ASSEMBLY LNE FLTEP)
9. CCMPCNENT TESTNG NFCPMATCN
When Pesslance Chm) checknq lhe componenl. be sure lo lurn lhe power oll.
and do vollaqe dscharqe sullcenlly.
WAPNNG
Wrnq
daqram
Crcul n lhe MAN PWB } Wrnq Daqram
Vac
MAN PWB
ASSEMBLY
FUSE
PD! WH!
L L2
PC
C2
C3
3
2
!
3
2
!
Tesl
ponls
and
Pesull
Tesl Ponls Pesull
WH !) lo PD 3)
WH 3) lo PD !)
0
0
3)
!)
WH!
3)
!)
PD!
35
92. DCCP LCCK SWTCH ASSEMBLY
Wrnq
daqram
Crcul n lhe MAN PWB } Wrnq Daqram
MAN PWB
Vdc
Vac
MCCM
!2V
4!
32
4!
32
Pelay
Pelay
NA4
!
2
3
4
!
2
3
4
2
3
4 C
T
P
C
T
P
Door swlch
D

C
N
E
L
C
S
5
YL
BL
PD
BK
AC
Common
lermnal
ol valve
Funclon
The door lock swlch assembly conssls ol a healnq PTC. a bmelal.
a proleclon PTC. and a solenod. l locks lhe door durnq lhe wash cycle.
!. Cperalon lor door closnq
Aller lhe syslem lurns on. PTC healnq slarls up lhrouqh lermnals
2 and 4 aulhorznq lhe power on.
Aller PTC healnq slarls up and belore solenod operalon s drven.
lorce lhe syslem lo lhe oll poslon lhrouqh CAM.
Door close
Aulhorznq one mpulse lhrouqh lermnal 34 PTC & solenod) wll
make lhe door locked.
Door lock s delecled when swlches n lermnal 45 are sel closed.
CAM rolalon wll lorcbly clear oll lhe conneclon.
The maxmum. allowable number ol mpulse aulhorzalons s 2.
Upon lhe lhrd aulhorzalon ol lhe mpulse. lhe poslon ol CAM qoes
back lo lhe dooropen poslon.
Aulhorznq lhe mpulse occurs n 4.5 seconds upon npul lor max
perlormance and lwo aulhorzalon processes are allowed al mosl.
Normal operalon perod ol PTC healnq !.5 5 seconds.
2. Cperalon lor door opennq
W
lh a lemporary slop. door aulomalcally opens by CAM rolalons aller
aulhorznq lhe mpulse lrom lhe lermnal. 3 4 and lhe power lurns
oll maxmum ol 3 lmes ol lhe aulhorznq perod.
Upon lhe lourlh aulhorzalon ol lhe mpulse. lhe poslon ol CAM qoes
back lo lhe doorclose poslon.
36
Test
points
Result
Test Points
(2) to (4)
(3) to (4)
(4) to (5)
(2) to (4)
Result
700-1500
60-90
Infinity
120 Vac
Remarks
At 77F (25C)
At 77F (25C)
Voltage Input
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
37
9-3. STATOR ASSEMBLY
Wiring
diagram
Circuit in the MAIN PWB / Wiring Diagram
MAIN PWB
MICOM
Ha
12V
NA1NA
WH WH
GND
M
O
T
O
R
Hb
Ha
RD RD
BL BL
GY
YL w
w v u
v
u
BL
RD
RD RD4
IPM
GY
YL
w
u
v
BL
RD
1
1 1
2
3
4
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
3
2 2
1
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Hb
Function
Test points
(Windings)
Result
(Windings)
The Direct Drive motor can be driven from stopped to maximum speed in infinite
steps in either direction.
There are 36 poles on the stator; 12 permanent magnets spaced around the rotor.
There are no brushes to wear out. Unlike a more traditional brushless motor, the
rotor surrounds the stator rather than being attached to it.
Test Points Result
(1) to (2)
(2) to (3)
(3) to (1)
5-15
5-15
5-15
WINDINGS
HALL SENSOR
(1)
(2)
(3)
38
Test point
and
Result
(Hall
Sensor)
The hall sensor determines the speed and direction of the motor.
It also can read that the load is off balance when the drum speed fluctuates.
- Voltage Testing Hall Sensor at Stator
If measuring voltage from the Main PCB Assembly to the Hall Sensor, use the
following steps:
1. Unplug power cord.
2. Remove rear washer panel.
3. Locate Hall sensor connector on the stator behind the rotor.
4. Place meter leads on terminals 5 to 4, white to gray.
5. Plug in power cord, close door, and press power button.
DO NOT PRESS START!
6. You should measure 10 to 15 VDC. If 10 to 15 VDC is present, control board,
white wire, and gray wire are OK! If not, follow testing output voltages on
control board in next section.
(1) (3) (5)
(2) (4)
39
Test Point
and
Result
(Hall
Sensor)
1. Unplug power cord.
2. Remove rear panel.
3. Remove washer top.
4. Remove main PCB assembly cover as shown in figure below.
5. Locate the white hall sensor 4-wire connector using wiring diagram wire colors
as your guide.
6. Plug in power cord, close door, and press the button. DO NOT PRESS START!
7. Place meter leads on White & Gray wires. You should read 10 to 15 VDC output
from the Main PCB Assembly to the Hall sensor. If no 10 to 15 VDC is
measured, the control board is defective.
8. Place meters leads on Blue to Gray. Turn motor rotor slowly by hand. You
should measure a pulsing 10 VDC. Place meter leads on Red to Gray. Turn
motor rotor slowly by hand. You should measure a pulsing 10 VDC. If both tests
measure a pulsing 10 VDC, hall sensor and harness OK. If either or both tests
measures 9 to 10 volts, but does not pulse or change, Hall sensor has failed
and must be replaced. IF zero (0) voltage is measured on either test, check red
blue wires for continuity. Repair or replace harness as needed.
- Voltage Testing Hall Sensor from the Main PCB Assembly
7. To measure output signal voltage from the hall sensor, carefully move test
leads to terminals 1 to 4, blue and gray. Slowly rotate motor rotor by hand.
You should read a pulsing 10 VDC. If 10 VDC is measured from 1 to 4, move
lead on blue wire to red wire, terminal 2. Repeat rotating motor rotor by hand.
You should read a pulsing 10 VDC from red to gray.
8. If pulsing 10 VDC is measured from 1 to 4 and 2 to 4, hall sensor is OK! If either
test netted only 9 to 10 VDC without changing (no pulsing) the hall sensor is
likely defective. Disconnect power by unplugging washer and ohm check hall
sensor to verify failure of the hall sensor.
Test Points
(1) to (2)
(1) to (3)
(1) to (4)
(2) to (4)
(3) to (4)
Result
8-12 k
8-12 k
10-15 VDC
10 VDC
10 VDC
Remarks
Voltage Input
Pulsing Signal
Pulsing Signal
(1) (3)
(2) (4)
40
94. PUMP MCTCP ASSEMBLY
Wrnq
daqram
Crcul n lhe MAN PWB Wrnq Daqram
MCCM
C
P
5V
Pq
Cq
Vdc
Ps
Cs
PCB
CCNNECTCP
PUMP
Vac
2
! 4
3
Pump Drvnq crcul
MAN PWB
NA2
! 2 3 ! 2 3
3 2 !
3 2 !
! 2 3
4
! 2 3 4
BL3
SB
SB
SB
BK BN
BN
DPAN
PUMP
CPCULATCN
PUMP
BK
Cbecl
Funclon
Tesl
ponls
Pesull
Two pump molors are used lo dran lhe lub and lo crculale lhe waler } delerqenl solulon.
Dran Pump
Dran Pump Crculalon Pump
Crculalon Pump
Tesl Ponls Pesull
!) lo 2) !020
Tesl Ponls Pesull
!) lo 2) !830
T.P
For Dran For Crculalon
!)2) 2) !)
!) 2)
41
95. NLET VALVE ASSEMBLY
Wrnq
daqram
Crcul n lhe MAN PWB
NLET
VALVE
Vac
Ps
Vdc
Cq Pq
C
MCCM
Cs
PCB
CCNNECTCP
nlel valve drvnq crcul
Funclon
Tesl
ponls
and
Pesull
Dependnq on lhe cycle and waler lemperalure. lhe conlroller wll enerqze lhe hol or cold
waler valve solenods lo requlale lhe selecled waler lemperalure.
Pemove lhe conneclor lrom lhe valve and check lhe resslance.
Tesl ponls !)2)
Pesull 0.8!.2k
Wrnq Daqram
MAN
WASH
PPE
WASH
BLEACH
HCT
VALVE
! 2 ! 2 ! 2 ! 2
PD BL BL NA
WH
NA4
VT GY YL BL
NA2 BL3
4 3 2 ! ! 2 3
! 2 3 4 3 2 !
4 3 2 !
4 3 2 !
CCMMCN
BK)
MAN PWB
NLET VALVE


42
9-6. HEATER ASSEMBLY
Wrnq
daqram
Circuit in the MAIN PWB
MICOM
12V
Heater
Vac
X100
3
4
3
4
Tab Relay
Heater driving circuit
Wiring diagram
MAIN PWB
(X71)
3 4
3 4
3 4
3 4
3 4
3 4
(X135) (X134)
BK BL YL
RD GY BL BK BK
Vac
WASH
HEATER
STEAM
GENERATOR
HEATER
YL
E
S
U
F
E
S
U
F
Funclon
Tesl ponls
Pesull
!. The wash healer s desqned lo rase lhe wash waler lo lhe desred lemperalure
seleclon durnq cerlan wash cycles.
2. The sleam qeneralor healer s desqned lo make sleam durnq sleam cycles.
Wash Healer Sleam Generalor Healer
Wash Healer Sleam Generalor Healer
Tesl Ponls Pesull
!) lo 2) !2!8
Tesl Ponls Pesull
!) lo 2) !2!8
!)
2)
2)
!)
43
97. THEPMSTCP ASSEMBLY
Wrnq
daqram
Circuit in the MAIN PCB / Wiring Diagram
MAN PWB
MCCM
NA3
BL
!
2
! 2
WH
WH
WASH
THEPMSTCP
! 2
3
4
5
6
!
5V
5V
P
P
P
P
C
C
C
C
2
3
4
5
6
Funclon
Tesl
ponls
The lhermslor lemperalure sensor) s used lo monlor waler lemperalure n lhe lub
or sleam qeneralor.
Wash Thermslor
2) !)
44
Result
Wash Thermistor
Test Points
(1) to (2)
Result
(tolerance 5%)
39.5 k
26.1 k
12.1 k
8.5 k
3.8 k
2.8 k
Remarks
At 86F (30C)
At 104F (40C)
At 140F (60C)
At 158F (70C)
At 203F (95C)
At 221F (105C)
Steam generator Thermistor
Test Points
(1) to (2)
Result
(tolerance 5%)
39.5 k
26.1 k
12.1 k
8.5 k
3.8 k
2.8 k
2.1 k
1.4 k
1.0 k
0.7 k
0.4 k
Remarks
At 86F (30C)
At 104F (40C)
At 140F (60C)
At 158F (70C)
At 203F (95C)
At 221F (105C)
At 241F (116C)
At 266F (130C)
At 293F (145C)
At 320F (160C)
At 356F (180C)
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Be sure lo unpluq lhe machne belore dsassemblnq and reparnq lhe parls.
CONTROL PANEL
! Unscrew 2 screws on lhe back ol lhe lop plale.
2 Pull lhe lop plale backward and upward as
shown.
3 Dsconnecl lhe Dsplay PWB assembly
conneclor lrom lhe cablnq.
4 Pull oul lhe drawer and unscrew 2 screws.
5 Pemove one screw.
6 Lll lhe sde lhe conlrol panel assembly and
pull l oul.
7 Unscrew lhe 8 screws lrom lhe conlrol panel
assembly.
8 Dsassemble lhe dsplay PWB assembly.
DISPLAY
PWB ASSEMB LY
TCP PLATE ASSEMBLY
CCNTPCL PANEL ASSEMBLY
DPAWEP
CCNTPCL PANEL ASSEMBLY
!0. DSASSEMBLY NSTPUCTCNS
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MAIN PWB ASSEMBLY
Disconnect the POWER connector and
the pressure switch assembly.
Remove the protective cover.
Unscrew 1 screw on the back.
Remove the main PWB.
Disconnect the connectors.
PROTECT COVER
1
2
3
4
5
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DISPENSER ASSEMBLY
Dsassemble lhe lop plale assembly.
Pull oul lhe drawer.
Push oul lhe dspenser assembly aller
unscrewnq 2 screws.
NOISE FILTER
Dsassemble lwo or lhree) conneclors lrom
lhe nose lller.
Unscrew a screw lrom lhe lop brackel.
Unscrew lhe clamp nul al lhe lower parl ol lhe
dspenser.
Unscrew 2 screws lrom lhe back ol lhe cabnel.
Dsassemble lhe 3 conneclors lrom lhe valves.
Wre Color
Blue Housnq YLBK)
Whle Housnq WHBK)
Blue Housnq GYBK)
Ped Housnq BLBK)
!
2
3
4
DPAWEP
!
3
2
4
5
6
!
2
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CABINET COVER
Unscrew the 5 screws from upper of the
cabinet cover.
Unscrew the screw from filter cover.
Put a flat ( - ) screwdriver or putty knife into the
hinge slots at the bottom of the cover and pry
it out.
Unscrew the screw from the lower side of the
cabinet cover.
1
2
3
4
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Open the door.
Disassemble the clamp assembly.
Tilt the cabinet cover.
Disconnect the door switch connector.
Disassemble the clamp assembly.
Disassemble the gasket.
Lift and separate the cabinet cover.
NOTE : When assembling the
CABINET COVER, connect the door switch
connector.
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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DOOR
Cpen lhe door.
Unscrew lhe 4 screws lrom lhe hnqe.
Use lhe 8 mm lool.)
DOOR LOCK SWITCH ASSEMBLY
Cpen lhe door and dsassemble lhe CLAMP
ASSEMBLY.
Unscrew lhe 2 screws.
Dsassemble lhe door upward.
NOTE
Reconnect the connector after replacing
the DOOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY.
!
3
!
2
2
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PUMP
Disassemble the cabinet cover.
Separate the pump hose, the bellows, the
circulation hose assembly from the pump
assembly.
Disassemble the pump assembly.
HEATER
Disassemble the cabinet cover.
Separate 2 connectors from the heater.
Loosen the nut and pull out the heater.
THERMISTOR
Disassemble the cabinet cover.
Unplug the white connector from the
thermistor.
Pull it out by holding the bracket of the
thermistor.
CAUTION
When assembling the heater, insert the
heater into the heater clip on the bottom of
the tub.
Tighten the fastening nut so the heater is
secure.
CIRCULATION
HOSE
PUMP HOSE
BELLOWS
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
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WHEN FOREIGN OBJECT IS STUCK BETWEEN DRUM AND TUB
Disassemble the cabinet cover.
Separate the heater from the tub.
Remove any foreign objects (wire, coin, etc.)
by inserting a long bar in the opening.
LAMP ASSEMBLY
Unscrew 2 screws on the back of the top plate.
Pull the top plate backward and upward as
shown.
TOP PLATE ASSEMBLY
1
2
3
1
Disconnect the connector. 3
2
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MCTCP}DAMPEP
NCTE
When replacnq dampers. replace lhem as
a sel ralher lhan ndvdually.
There are several leralons ol dampers
avalable. Be sure all lhree n lhe sel are
lhe same class.
Boll
Polor
DAMPEP
HNGE.
DAMPEP
Dsassemble lhe back cover.
Pemove lhe boll.
Pull oul lhe rolor.
!
2
3
Unscrew lhe 2 screws lrom lhe lub brackel.
Pemove lhe 6 bolls on lhe slalor.
Unpluq lhe 2 conneclors lrom lhe slalor.
!
2
3
Dsassemble lhe damper hnqes lrom lhe lub
and base.
!
M410
A485
A455
A410
A152
A150
A154
A450
A110
F210
F215
F110
A102
A103
A104 A105 A106
A101
A141
A151
A153
A390
A131
A130
A140
A133
A310
A300
A200
A220
A201
A155
A440
A430
A100
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F140
K411
K410
K110
K111
K140
K320
K131
K349
K135
K130
F468
K520
K540
K550
K105
K121
K125
K122
K516
F463
F310
F315
F465
K190
K117
K141
K115
F466
K611
K610
K123 K143 K360 K350
K510
K512
K530
K570
K571
K572
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Inlet Valve Filter SVC
F300
F227 F226
F220
A275
A276
F432
F130
F120
F430
F160
F170
F225
F327
F321
F462
F322
F323
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