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WASHING MACHINE

SW12E1S(P)/XST

SERVICE Manual

WASHING MACHINE CONTENTS

! Caution for the safety during servicing

1. Product Features

2. Technical Points

3. Schematic and Circuit and PCB Pattern Diagram

4. Cautions in Servicing

5. Troubleshooting

6. How to Disassemble

7. Exploded Views & Part List

8. Product Specifications

! Caution for the safety during servicing
1. Do not allow the customer to repair the product.
☞ The person may be injured or the product life may be shortened.
2. Execute A/S after unplugging the power supply unit.
☞ Be care of the electric shock.
3. Do not plug several plugs in the same outlet.
☞ It may cause the fire due to overheat.
4. Check the damage, pressing or burning of the power plug or outlet.
☞ Replace it promptly if it has problem.(It may cause the electric shock or fire)
5. Do not clean the main body with the water.
☞ It may cause the electric shock and fire and shorten the product life)
6. The wiring of the harness shall be free from the moisture and tightened during serving.
☞ It shall not be deviated by certain impact.
7. Remove any dust or filth on the housing section,wiring section,connection section during servicing.
☞ Protect the cause of the fire such as the tracking,shortage and etc.
8. Check any mark of the moisture on the electrical parts, harness section and etc.
☞ Replace the parts or remove the moisture.
9. Check the assembly status of the parts after servicing.
☞ Maintain the status before servicing.
10. Pull out the power cord with holding the plug.
☞ Be care of the electric shock and fire when the cord is damaged.
11. Unplug the power plug from the outlet when the wash machine is not used.
☞ Be care of the electric shock and fire due to the strike of the lightening.
12. Do not use or store the spray or flammable materials(including gasoline,alcohol and etc.)
around the wash machine.
☞ Be care of the explosion or fire due to the electric spark.
13. Do not put the bowl of water or wet laundry on the wash machine.
☞ If the water is penetrated to the wash machine, this may cause the electric shock or fire.
14. Do not install the wash machine in the place where the snow or rain falls.
☞ It may cause the electric shock and fire and shorten the product life.
15. Do not push the control buttons with the awl,pin, or sharp materials.
☞ It may the electric shock and trouble.
16. Check the wash machine is leveled horizontally and installed properly on the floor.
☞ The vibration may shorten the product life.
17. Joint the wire by the connector correctly.
☞ When the wire is jointed by the tape, this may cause the fire due to the tracking.
18. When the wash machine is to be laid for the service, put the pad on the floor and lay the
product at side slowly.
☞ If the wash machine is laid front, the relay may be damaged by the tub.
19. When the wash-heater is replaced, check it is inserted in the bracket-heater and screw the nut.
☞ If the wash-heater is not inserted in the bracket-heater properly, this may cause the noise and
leakage since it is contacted to the drum.

1. Product Features

Washing by the strike of
the strong falls
* The strong falls vigorously strike
the full load of laundry or the large
laundry to clean. The light bedding
Whirling washing tub is pressed even for the old dirt to
No detergent remnants in the deter-
be thoroughly removed.
* The laundry becomes cleaner gent and the softener dispensers.
than ever since the laundry is * The powder detergent is solved to the liquid
turned over in the whirling tub and detergent in order to prevent the contamina-
tion of the environment.
washed by the beating of the * If the softener is put in the dispenser, it is auto-
higher whirling embossing on the matically flushed during the rinsing cycle.
tub.
Softener Compartment

Detergent Compartment

Large filtering net
Leveling feet * Since the lint or other substances
* Since the leveling feet are are thoroughly collected by the fil-
tering net that is more than 2 times
on the front, it is conve-
larger than the existing one, you
nient to adjust by hand.
can feel the difference by the far
cleaner laundry.

Wider variety of rinse
selection
* By adding the rinse selection button,
during the rinsing cycle, not only water
is supplied, but also water can be added
to the higher water level than that of the
Water spouting washing hands washing cycle and so on.
* The water spouting washing hands shoot up the water Consequently, you have more choices
to select the rinsing mode.
columns in the water to prevent the laundry from being entan-
gled. The water columns shot up by the water spouting wash-
ing hands prevent the laundry from being
entangled in substituted for the rod
and they wash the laundry
by scrubbing, which is
the merit of the revolving board
washer, as well. As a result, the
cleaning ability is also excellent.

SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD 1

5) The weight sensor functions only in the Fuzzy course and the Rinse Only course. the input of this key is ineffective. 3) When changing the course after a Pause while in operation by the effective input of the Course key. Technical Points 2-1 Each Key & Display COLD/WATER WATER HOT/WATER SUPPLY HIGH MEDIUM LOW WATER LEVEL SMALL MINIMUM 1 TIMES REMAINING TIME/MIN RINSE 2 TIMES ADDITION 3 TIMES FUZZY BEDDING WOOL COURSE SPIN ONLY RINSE ONLY POWER LEVEL INDICATOR START/PAUSE 2-2 Definition of Function for Each Key 1. However. it makes the input sound. one of the courses is selected in the follow- ing order. Course Key 1) Before pressing the initial start key or while in pause. 2 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE . Each time the Water Level key is pressed. the default value of each cycle in the finally selected course is set even if each cycle (the number of rinsing cycles) has been changed by using the Manual key in the previous course. only the Start/Pause key and the Power key are effective. 4) While in operation by the effective selection of the course. during the spinning cycle. the input of all the keys except the Course key is effective. Fuzzy → Bedding → Wool → Spin Only → Rinse Only 2) While in operation by the effective selection of the course.2. each time this key is pressed. However. Low → Medium → High → Medium → Low → Small → Minimum Small is selected in order.

High x x x Small.om x x x x Number of Rinse Addition Range 1-3 times 1-3 times 1-3 times 1-3 times 1-3 times Rinsing Cycles Default Value 2 times 3 times 2 times x 1 times Spinning Default Value 6 min 9 min 1 min 6 min x Time Default Value of Water Supply Selection Cold water Cold water Cold water x Cold water Water Level Setting Range by Weight Sensor Small. 11) When the Spin Only is selected. after switching from the Fuzzy course to another course before the Start key input. LTD 3 . the LED is ON. 2) The LED for the Rinse Addition is ON until the rinsing is done.High Water Current Pattern A B C x D 7) While in operation by the effective course key. it is kept ON. the corresponding mode can be updated by the Rinse Addition key input.) Fuzzy course One time → Two times → Three times → Off 10) When the Fuzzy. or Wool course is in progress. the Rinse Off is skipped. press the Pause key and then the Rinse Addition key to increase the number of the rinsing cycle. the corresponding mode can be updated by the Rinse key input.6) Table of Function for Each Course Classification Fuzzy Bedding Wool Spin Only Rinse Only High water level 18 min 18 min 6 min x x Medium water level 18 min 18 min 6 min x x Washing Low water level 18 min 18 min 6 min x x Time Small water level 12 min x 6 min x x Minimum water level 12 . 8) While in the initial stage of Power On (while the Fuzzy course is selected). one is selected as shown below. 9) While the Fuzzy. Each time the Rinse Addition key is pressed. * 1) The LED for the Water Supply and Water Level are ON/OFF at 1 sec interval. (before the Start key input) 12) When the Rinse Only is selected. the LED indicating the corresponding course is ON/OFF at 1 sec interval. When supplying water is done.g. While in Pause. the cycles are fully automatically proceeded. the Rinse Only mode is carried out. one is selected as follows. or Wool course is selected.. Each time the Rinse Addition key is pressed. the Spin Only mode is carried out and the Rinse Addition key can be input. (before entering the rinsing cycle) One time → Two times → Three times → Off 13) On starting the selected course. However. Bedding. Bedding. (before entering the rinsing cycle) E. SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.

6) While in operation or after a pause. 4 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE . 2) After selecting the Rinse Only and before inputting the Start key. or the pause mode. 4) While in progress of the Rinse Only mode. One time → Two times → Three times → Off (Same in the initial stage of Power On) 3) While in progress of the Rinse Only mode. However. the selected water supply maintains even if the course is changed. if the Pause key is pressed and then the Course key is input. 2) Each time this key is pressed. one previously carried out is canceled and the finally selected one is applied. only the key input sound is produced. one is selected in the following order. 5) When the number of the rinsing cycles is changed. Water Supply Key 1) The input of this key is always effective except in the Error mode. When changed to the Wool course. one is selected by touching this key as follows. this key can be input until the final rinse is done just before the draining cycle starts. if the Course key is pressed. the spin. Rinse Addition Key 1) The input of this key is always effective except while in progress of the intermittent spin. 3. when changed to another course again. automatically cold water is selected. the lamp for the corresponding water supply flashes in the way of 1 sec ON/OFF. (1) Water Supply Error (2) Draining Error 5) While in supplying water. Cold water → Hot & Cold water → Hot water 3) When the water supply selection is changed by inputting this key.2. the previous water supply selection is applied again. 4) The Error in Paragraph 1) is as follows. the Rinse Only mode is cancelled to switch to the selected mode.

Water Supply Error. if the course is changed to the Wool or Bedding course after a pause. 7) Changing washing time according to the water level in the Fuzzy course is applied only before the motor starts to run. if the previous water level is below the Small. After the motor starts to run. if the water level is changed by touching the water level key. In case of the Wool course. the previous water level is applied. ML Draining 4 sec Draining/Stop Motor Draining 10 sec Spin Mode Motor (including Intermittent Motor 10 sec Spin) (ML) 5. if the Start key is input in the initial stage of the Fuzzy without inputting the water level key. LTD 5 . — is displayed until the weight sensing is done. the delay time of the drive part is as follows. Operation Mode Drive Part Operation Mode Pause Mode Operation Mode Remarks Water supply The delay time when Water Supply valve carrying out the cancel- 2 sec Mode ing function by the UNB Rinse valve sensor is 10 sec. the remain- ing time is recalculated since the water supplying time for the corresponding water level is changed. Start/Pause 1) Each time this key is input. one is selected in the following order. only the low water level or higher can be selected. one is selected in the following order. automatically the high water level is set. the remaining time for the corre- sponding water level immediately appears. However. 4) When the Wool course is selected. the previous water level is applied.. if the previous water level is the Low or higher. however. However. Error: Water Level Sensor. only the small water level or higher can be selected. if the previous water level is the Small or higher. in case of the Bedding course. (1) Water Supply Error (2) Draining Error 3) When restarting after a pause. Start → Pause 2) This key carries out the Error canceling function. Low → Medium → High → Medium → Low → Small → Minimum → Small 3) When the Bedding course is selected. Motor 2 sec Washing Mode MR.4. Draining Error 2) Each time this key is input. SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. washing is proceeded according to the washing time for the previous water level regardless of the water level change. by inputting the water level key. 8) While — is displayed as the initial data in the Fuzzy course. the water level is automatically set to the High. Water Level Key 1) The input of this key is always effective except in the Error mode. 6) After supplying water is done just before the motor runs. if the previous water level is below the Low. 5) While a water level is selected.

2-3 Main Functions 2-3-1 Washing Cycle 1. only cold water is supplied. When only the hot water is selected. for the initial 20 sec of supplying water at the beginning of washing. Water Supply Selection Washing Rinsing 1 Rinsing 2. the valve for the corresponding water supply is on according to the water supply selec- tion until the selected water level is reached. 3 Added Water Cold water Cold water Cold water Cold water Following the water supply Hot. the water supply selection is applied only to the Rinsing 1 as shown in the table above. While in rinsing. 4) While supplying water.12 21. Cold water Hot. 7) When supplying water is not done 60 min later after starting the water supply. Cold water Cold water Note) 1.9 3) The selection of the water supply valve-ON for each cycle according to the water supply stated in Paragraph 1) is as follows. This procedure is carried out in washing or rinsing as well. Frequency: KHz) Reset Minimum Small Low Medium High 25. water is supplied to the selected water level and then the operation proceeds. (including the water supply or the additional water supply for clearing the unbalance) 8) After supplying water is done. the Water Supply Error mode is carried out. Cold water Hot.20 23. if the water level drops below the reset. 5) When supplying water is not done after the standard time allotted for supplying water is over. (Unit: water amount-l. When the selected water level + 200 Hz are reached. 2) The water level selection is as follows. In the Rinsing 2 or later. if the water level key is input and the selected level is higher than the previous one. the corresponding lamp is on.21 22. (excluding the small water level or lower) * 1. Rinsing 2/3 Hot water Hot water Hot. 9) Table of Water Supply Time for Each Water Level Water Level High Medium Low Small Minimum Remarks Water Supply Time 5 min 4 min 30 sec 4 min 2 min 30 sec 1 min 30 sec 10) While in operation. Motor running time out 30 sec 2. water is sup- plied to the selected level. When the water supply is done. the motor is off. the motor starts to run with the default water current pattern. the corresponding lamp is ON/OFF at 1 sec interval.76 23. the cold water valve is on. Water Supply Mode 1) In the water supply mode of each cycle. 6 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE . Meanwhile. Rinsing 1. the remaining time does not decrease. → To avoid the damage of the cloth and to solve the detergent completely 2. 6) When supplying water is done before the standard time allotted for supplying water is not over. the remaining time is compelled to decrease according to the allotted time and then the next cycle starts. 11) When the water level reaches the one that is one level lower than the selected level while in supplying water. Cold water Cold water selection for each of Washing.75 22. the motor is off and the remaining time is not reduced while in supplying water.

2. 2) The remaining time decreases while the draining mode is carried out until the standard time for draining is over. the water addition mode is carried out 2 min or 9 min after the washing cycle starts and 1 min after the rinsing cycle starts. Although the washing time is changed by the washing-adjusting key while in washing cycle after the water addition mode. the error is cleared. ‘the standard time for supplying water + 1 min’ is added to the initial remaining time of the corresponding cycle. ① Unbalance detecting mode .When the unbalance occurs while in the spin only mode. LTD 7 . . Water Level High Medium Low Small Minimum Remarks Draining Time 2 min 10 sec 2 min 1 min 50 sec 1 min 30 sec 1 min 20 sec Excluding 50 sec delay 3) When the water level is higher than the reset in 15 min after starting the draining mode. and then draining begins.At the beginning of the clearing mode. the delay mode is carried out for 50 sec after reading the reset. ➁ Unbalance clearing mode . 3) When the safety S/W detects the unbalance while in this mode. The time for adding water does not exceed 30 sec. ‘UE’ flashes in the way of 1 sec ON/OFF and the error melody sounds 5 times. . The clearing mode is carried out with the disentangling water current for 1 min after supplying water. Washing Mode 1) After reading the selected water level and washing is carried out for 2 min or 9 min. 2) If the door is closed while the door open alarm sounds. When the unbalance occurs during the final spin. At the third time. If the water level is lower than the selected water level. this mode is paused and the door open alarm (5 times of the door open melody) sounds. If the water level at the initial stage of this mode is higher than the reset. When this mode is done. even though the time for any cycle is changed. 2-3-2 Rinsing Cycle 1. If lower than the reset. the draining error mode is carried out. 2) Table of Water Current Pattern during the washing cycle of each water level for each course according to the washing selection (see the appendix) 3) For each course or each water level. the water addition mode is not carried out. this mode is carried out in the same way when one rinsing cycle is added. . the remaining time does not decrease any longer.When the unbalance error occurs..When the door is open (Reed S/W detecting). the alarm mode is canceled. water is added to the selected water level and then washing proceeds. it is carried out once more within the changed washing time.2. the error alarm sounds. the unbalance clearing mode is carried out. and then the motor restarts after the draining valve is on.Checker S/W detecting time: 20 ñ 449 ms . The time out is 30 sec. When the door is closed while the door open alarm sounds. 5) When the washing time is changed after the water addition mode is carried out once. it is carried out for 20 sec. the motor is off for 3 sec to read the fre- quency of the water level. no more water addition mode is carried out. 4) If the Start key is input during the step 3). Intermittent Spin Mode 1) If the door is open while in this mode. After that. the drive part is turned off immediately after 20 ms is detected. SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. Draining Mode 1) The draining valve is kept ON. the alarm stops and the operation proceeds in the same way when the Start/Pause key is input. the standard time for draining is considered to be over. When the unbalance is detected while in rinsing. water is added 1 min later after the rinsing cycle starts. the unbalance alarm sounds. water is supplied and then the next rinsing step is proceeded. 4) In case that the water addition mode is carried out twice in a course. * While in rinsing. the draining valve is on in 10 sec after it is off. the clearing mode is carried out up to twice. the time out is set to 15 min again. The buzzer sounds 5 times and the pause mode is carried out.When the unbalance occurs while in spinning after the washing cycle ends.

2) When the door is open while in the pause mode of the rinsing cycle. However. it is 2 min. 3) The spinning time after washing or rinsing. Draining Mode 1) The same as the draining mode of the washing cycle. 3) Table of Water Current Pattern during the rinsing cycle of each water level for each course (see the appendix) 2-3-3 Spinning Cycle 1) The same as the intermittent spin mode or the spin mode of the rinsing cycle. 3) When this mode ends. 8 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE . the end melody sounds and all the drive parts are off. 2) The rinsing time is 2 min 30 sec regardless of the number of rinsing cycles. Rinsing Mode 1) When the selected water supply is done. the door open error occurs. Pause Mode 1) This mode is carried out by turning off ML for 1 min 30 sec and keeping the draining valve on. 4. 5. The draining valve is kept on during the correspond- ing spinning time. the ending mode is carried out. rinsing starts according to the water level. the automatic power relay off is carried out. in the Wool course. When the door is closed again. 2) The other functions are the same as those of the intermittent spin mode. 3) When the door is open while in the pause mode of the final spinning cycle. 2-3-4 Ending Cycle 1) This mode is carried out when all the selected cycles are done. 6. 2) In the Wool course. the restart mode is carried out. ‘00’ is displayed by 1-sec ON/1-sec OFF. spinning is carried out by 10-sec ON and 5-sec OFF. Meanwhile. or the final spinning time is shown in the time chart. Spin Mode 1) This mode is carried out by turning the washing motor counterclockwise. 2) While in this mode.3.

Power Relay Failure 1) When the power is not turned off by the automatic power off mode (This mode works only in the test mode. Motor Failure Error 1) When a failure occurs in the primary motor TR1AC.5 sec ON/OFF 4) How to clear: Inputting the Start key to start supplying water again 4. 0. or the motor 2) The error melody sounds 5 times. Draining Error 1) When the water level does not drop below the reset in 15 min after draining begins.5 sec ON/OFF 4) How to clear: Closing the door 6.. 3) Display: ‘2E’. 0. LTD 9 . Unbalance Error 1) When the unbalance is detected for the third time during a spinning cycle 2) The error melody sounds 5 times. 3) Display: ‘UE’.5 sec ON/OFF 4) How to clear: : Power key-ON 3. 0. 2) Display: ‘1E’. 0.5 sec ON/OFF 4) How to clear: Opening and closing the door 7. the water level sen- sor error occurs. 0. Water Supply Error 1) When the selected water level is not reached in 60 min after supplying water begins 2) The error melody sounds 5 times. 3) Display: ‘4E’.5 sec ON/OFF 4) How to clear: Inputting the Start key to start draining again 5. 0.5 sec ON/OFF 4) How to clear: High water level washing by the Start key input SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. Water Level Sensor Error 1) When the water level sensor detects the frequency of below 15 KHz or above 30 KHz for 5 sec or longer. the weight sensor circuit. 0. 3) Display: ‘dE’.2-4 Definition of Special Mode 2-4-1 Error Occurrence Mode 1. 3) Display: ‘5E’. Door Open Error 1) When the door is open while in the mode of the intermittent spin or the spin 2) The error melody sounds 5 times.5 sec ON/OFF 3) How to clear: Power key-ON 2.) 2) The error melody sounds 5 times. 3) Display: ‘3E’. 2) The error melody sounds 5 times.

the softener is flushed for the remaining flushing time of the previous rinsing cycle. 2) When the power is restored. In other words. 3) The power failure is detected when 60 Hz INT is not generated for 50 ms or longer. 4) When the pause mode is carried out while flushing the softener. the key input sound is not produced. if the number of the rinsing cycles is adjusted to the higher number while in flushing the softener. Supplying water ON OFF RINSE ON OFF 10 5 10 5 10 5 10 5 15 2) The softener is flushed at the final rinsing cycle. but the display does not disappear. 10 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE . Clearing is carried out immediately after 60 Hz INT is generated for 450 ms. the remaining time and the other steps are paused. However. ‘00’ is displayed by 1-sec ON/1-sec OFF. all the drive parts are off in order to com- pensate the sudden power failure. flushing the softener stops. The steps of the cycle are paused in the same way when the Pause key is input. the valve for flushing softener is off and then water is supplied. the automatic power relay off is carried out. Later when the final rinsing cycle starts. 2-4-4 Sudden Power Failure Mode 1) When the voltage is not detected while a cycle is in progress by the Start key input. flushing the softener stops. 3) When the number of the rinsing cycles is adjusted to the higher number while in flushing the softener.2-4-2 Automatic Power Off Mode 1) After the end melody sounds when all the cycles are done. the softener is flushed for the remaining time. When restarted. Meanwhile. 2-4-3 Softener Flushing Mode 1) The valve for flushing the softener is on as shown below. However. the paused cycle proceeds in the same way when the restart key is input.

➁ The water current pattern follows that of each water level in the Fuzzy course as shown in the table of the water current pat- tern. 04 remains on the display and the power S/W relay is operated up to three times of 0. 4-sec ON/4-sec OFF. ➂ The water level is detected.5-sec OFF. LTD 11 . When the door open error or the unbalance error occurs. Then if it is not turned off. 2E is displayed and the error melody sounds 5 times. 9) When the Rinse Addition key is input while the corresponding mode is carried out by selecting a mode at the step 4). 01 → 02 → 03 → 04 → 05 4) Mode 1 (Drive Part Test) ① When the Start key is input while 01 is ON on 88-SEG. the final- ly selected mode is carried out. 01 remains on the display and each drive part is turned 1-sec ON/OFF to check the condition of the drive part. The intermittent spinning operation is carried out only three times in the way of 3.. If the Start key is pressed at this time. SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. the mode in progress is canceled to enter the mode designated by the Rinse Addition key. Cold water (Cold water LED ON) → Draining (Spin LED ON) → Hot water (Hot water LED ON) → → MR (Note 2) ML (Note 1 Rinse (Rinse LED ON) * Note 1: L is ON on 8-SEG * Note 2: r is ON on 8-SEG 5) Mode 2 (Spin Aging) ① When the Start key is input while 02 is ON on the display. 02 remains on the display and only the spin is proceeded after the delay time of the draining valve. the data of the water level frequency is displayed in 4-digit hexadecimal number. 7-min ON → OFF (3 min) ➂ The draining mode is carried out by detecting the water level. 03 remains on the display and the washing motor runs until the power is turned off. 4-sec ON/4-sec OFF. ➁ The sequential spinning procedures are carried out in the following order. the mode is selected as shown below.2-5 Test Program Mode 2-5-1 Test Mode 1 (Drive Part. it is detected that ERROR appears on the display and the motor is turned off.5-sec ON/OFF. 8) Mode 5 (Water Level Sensor) ① 05 appears on the display during the pause.5-sec ON/4. When the Start key is input. 7) Mode 4 (Power Relay Off) ① When the Start key is input while 04 is ON on the display. Other Test) 1) How to enter: [Rinse Addition + Course + Power S/W ON] 2) Initial display after entering: All display 3) Each time the Rinse Addition key is input at the step 2). 6) Mode 3 (Washing Aging) ① When the Start key is input while 03 is ON on the display. ➁ The operating procedures are as follows.

2-6 Table of Cycle Proceedings (1) (Unit: min) Washing Rinsing Cycle 1 Rinsing Cycle 2 Water Course Level Water Washing Drain Intermittent Pause Water Rinse Drain Intermittent Spin Pause Water Rinse Supply Spin Supply Spin Supply High 5:00 18:00 2:10 1:00 1:30 5:00 2:30 2:10 1:10 2:00 1:30 5:00 2:30 Medium 4:30 18:00 2:00 1:00 1:30 4:30 2:30 2:00 1:00 2:00 1:30 4:30 2:30 Fuzzy Low 4:00 18:00 1:50 1:00 1:30 4:00 2:30 1:50 1:00 2:00 1:30 4:00 2:30 Small 2:00 12:00 1:30 1:00 1:30 2:30 2:30 1:30 1:00 2”00 1:30 2:30 2:30 Min 2:00 12:00 1:20 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 1:20 1:00 2:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 High 5:00 18:00 2:10 1:00 1:30 5:00 2:30 2:10 1:00 2:00 1:30 5:00 2:30 Bedding Medium 4:30 18:00 2:00 1:00 1:30 4:30 2:30 2:00 1:00 2:00 1:30 4:30 2:30 Low 4:00 18:00 1:50 1:00 1:30 4:00 2:30 1:50 1:00 2:00 1:30 4:00 2:30 High 5:00 6:00 2:10 1:00 1:30 5:00 2:00 2:10 1:00 0:30 1:00 5:00 2:00 Medium 4:30 6:00 2:00 1:00 1:30 4:30 2:00 2:00 1:00 0:30 1:30 4:30 2:00 Wool Low 4:00 6:00 1:50 1:00 1:30 4:00 2:00 1:50 1:00 0:30 1:30 4:00 2:00 Small 2:30 6:00 1:30 1:00 1:30 2:30 2:00 1:30 1:00 0:30 1:30 2:30 2:00 High 5:00 2:30 Medium 4:30 2:30 Rinse 1 Low 4:00 2:30 Small 2:30 2:30 Min 2:00 2:30 High 5:00 2:30 2:10 1:00 2:00 1:30 5:00 2:30 Medium 4:30 2:30 2:00 1:00 2:00 1:30 4:30 2:30 Rinse 2 Low 4:00 2:30 1:50 1:00 2:00 1:30 4:00 2:30 Small 2:30 2:30 1:30 1:00 2:00 1:30 2:30 2:30 Min 2:00 2:30 1:20 1:00 2:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 High 5:00 2:30 2:10 1:00 2:00 1:30 5:00 2:30 Medium 4:30 2:30 2:00 1:00 2:00 1:30 4:30 2:30 Rinse 3 Low 4:00 2:30 1:50 1:00 2:00 1:30 4:00 2:30 Small 2:30 2:30 1:30 1:00 2:00 1:30 2:30 2:30 Min 2:00 2:30 1:20 1:00 2:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 High Medium Spin Low Small Min 5:00 2:30 Rinse 1 4:30 2:30 + 4:00 2:30 Spin 4:00 2:30 2:30 2:30 2:00 2:30 12 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE .

. LTD 13 .2-6 Table of Cycle Proceedings (2) (Unit: min) Rinsing Cycle 1 Spin Water Remaining Course Level Drain Intermittent Spin Pause Water Rinse Drain Intermittent Spin Pause Time Spin Supply Spin High 2:10 1:00 6:00 1:30 62min 00sec Medium 2:00 1:00 6:00 1:30 60min 00sec Fuzzy Low 1:50 1:00 6:00 1:30 58min 00sec Small 1:30 1:00 6:00 1:30 46min 30sec Min 1:20 1:00 6:00 1:30 44min 30sec High 2:10 1:00 2:00 1:30 5:00 2:30 2:100 1:00 9:00 1:30 79min 10sec Bedding Medium 2:00 1:00 2:00 1:30 4:30 2:30 2:00 1:00 9:00 1:30 76min 30sec Low 1:50 1:00 2:00 1:30 4:00 2:30 1:50 1:00 9:00 1:30 73min 50sec High 2:10 1:00 1:00 1:30 41min 00sec Medium 2:00 1:00 1:00 1:30 39min 00sec Wool Low 1:50 1:00 1:00 1:30 37min 00sec Small 1:30 1:00 1:00 1:30 31min 30sec High 07min 30sec Medium 07min 00sec Rinse 1 Low 06min 30sec Small 05min 00sec Min 04min 30sec High 21min 40sec Medium 20min 30sec Rinse 2 Low 19min 20sec Small 16min 00sec Min 14min 50sec High 2:10 1:00 2:00 1:30 5:00 2:30 35min 50sec Medium 2:00 1:00 2:00 1:30 4:30 2:30 34min 00sec Rinse 3 Low 1:50 1:00 2:00 1:30 4:00 2:30 32min 10sec Small 1:30 1:00 2:00 1:30 2:30 2:30 27min 00sec Min 1:20 1:00 2:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 25min 10sec High 2:10 1:00 6:00 1:30 10min 40sec Medium 2:00 1:00 6:00 1:30 10min 30sec Spin Low 1:50 1:00 6:00 1:30 10min 20sec Small 1:30 1:00 6:00 1:30 10min 00sec Min 1:20 1:00 6:00 1:30 09min 50sec 2:10 1:00 6:00 1:30 18min 10sec Rinse 1 2:00 1:00 6:00 1:30 17min 30sec + 1:50 1:00 6:00 1:30 16min 50sec Spin 1:30 1:00 6:00 1:30 15min 00sec 1:20 1:00 6:00 1:30 14min 20sec SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.

if avoidable.4. If then. put a stand on the floor. the violent vibration may occur during the spin. 2) When separating the top-cover from the out-case. 4) Do not drag the washer on the uneven floor. be cautious not to damage the checker-S/W. Cautions in Servicing 4-1 Before Servicing 1) When laying down the washer on the front side. 3) When separating the top-cover.) 16 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE . and then carefully lay down the washer so as not to damage the out-case. (It may cause to remove the rubber packing. be cautious that the wire bundle connected to the lower part does not touch the sharp edge of the out-case or is not stretched. if the floor is uneven.

. make sure that the front and the rear are not switched each other and that the parts of other models are not mixed. the violent vibration may occur. LTD 17 .4-2 While in Servicing 1) When replacing the suspension-bar ass’y. ▼ Since there are few defective dampers among the recently produced ones owing to the thorough management. Caution 1) Be cautious not to apply grease on the area where no grease should exist. SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. (During the spin. apply enough Albanian grease on the caller-suspension part. be cautious when judging the product whether good or not.) Shape Front White White Red Yellow Rear White White White Yellow 2) Structure of Ass’y-Damper & Cautions in Servicing CALLER-SUSPENSION Existing: Albanian or damping grease Servicing: Applying Albanian grease * Area on which damping grease should not be applied (Applying Albanian) Damping grease (sticky) DAMPER CASE AIR SEAL * Grease or other foreign substances should not stick to this area. 2) After replacing the damper.

Be sure to be level. (It may cause the occurrence of ‘No drain’ ● Lower rear ● Adjust by putting the level. the power- on the front or putting the cord wire on the rear side may come out of the top-cover. ensure that the air-hose is not caught between the out-case and the top-cover. Fixing wall.) 10 cm 2) Level checking • Adjust so that the bubble of the level indicator is in the center of the circle. ● Lower front ● Adjust the leveling feet. or ‘No water supply’ error.) * If not level. right leveling feet on the front to the front and push them to the left or right. ● How to adjust the level Bubble Cause Adjustment Positio 5) While reassembling the top-cover after being separated. may cause the occurrence of a problem caused by nicking ● Lower right ● Adjust by putting the leveling of wire while assembling the cover-TC. c. • Be cautious not to put the hand under the leveling feet. front again to fix the leveling • Keep the washer the minimum 10 cm away from the feet. it may cause the severe vibration or a failure. • Set the direction of the drain hose according to the con. When the adjustment is done. 4) Properly arrange the wire bundle at the bottom so that it is not stretched even if the tub-ass’y leans. adjust the leveling feet so that the washer is level.) ing rubber or a stand at the rear. Therefore. Pull the adjusting handle of the left. a. 3) Leveling • If not level. pull the adjusting handle to the dition of the place. select the installing location. it may cause 10 cm vibration or noise during the spin. ensure rubber or a stand at the rear. (It may cause to hurt the hand. It leveling rubber at the rear.4-3 After Servicing 1) First. (If not. that the wire does not come out of the top-cover before start- ing assembling. 18 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE . Loosening b. Caution ● Lower left ● Adjust the left side by adjusting the leveling feet * While separating or assembling the top-cover. Adjust the washer upward or downward to be level.

the selection S/W will not work. ❈ While separating the control-panel.6. ❈ While assembling the PCB. ❈ Checkpoint after replacing the PCB-Ass’y Check that each component works properly. While in assembling. 5) Separate the connector connected to the Ass’y PCB. 3) Turn over the control-panel ass’y and remove the 5 screws on the PCB Ass’y. be cautious not to stretch the wire excessively. 2) Push the control-panel to the front as shown by the arrow in the figure and pull it upward to separate. (using the test mode) 20 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE . How to Disassemble 6-1 PCB-Ass’y Replacement 1) Remove the two cover-screws on the control-panel as shown in the figure. If not. ensure that the wire is not caught in the groove of the top-cover. 4) Raise the ass’y gently to the direction to which the screws are removed in order to separate the ass’y. make sure the it is properly fastened by the fastening hook of the control-panel. and then remove the 2 screws.

water-valve.C. ass’y-detergent 1) After removing the 2 screws that fasten the top-cover and the cover-T. together. ➁ Before turning over the top-cover. turn over the top-cover and remove the 2 screws. TH that fasten the water-valve of the ass’y-detergent inside the top-cover to disassemble the ass’y water-valve.) SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. 1 on the front) that fasten the top-cover and the out-case together. (Pull out the lead-wire terminal while pressing the hook. gently raise the rear side. (If the seal-detergent is missing. gently push the cover-T. ❈ Before assembling the water-valve. to the direction of the arrow in the figure to separate it. ① Remove the 3 screws (2 on the rear. EARTH-WIRE SCREW 2) Pressure-sensor After pulling out the terminal of the pressure-sensor lead-wire. remove the screw that fastens the earth-wire. ensure that the seal- detergent is not missing. checker-ass’y. 3) Water-valve Remove the 3 terminals of the water-valve lead-wire. LTD 21 . Then remove the 3 screw-taps. ensure that the air- hose is not kinked and connected properly.6-2 Replacement of pressure-sensor..) 4) To disassemble the ass’y-detergent. water leaking occurs and it may cause the danger of a short.C. 5) After pulling out the terminal of the checker-S/W lead-wire. and push it to the front in order to sep- arate the top-cover and to turn it over. widen the hook to remove the sensor. ❈ While assembling the pressure-sensor. remove the 2 screws that fasten the checker-S/W.

check that the hook is correctly fixed while assembling the top- cover. Then push the control- panel to the front and pull it upward to separate it.) 8) Remove the 4 bolts that fix the shaft by using the 10 mm box and take out the shaft-ass’y. When assembling When disassembling ❈ Align with the groove of (1) and press (2) to assemble. on which to work. 3) Remove the 4 screws that fix the cover-tub and take out the cover- tub. ❈ Since the front left side of the top-cover is fixed by the hook.6-3 Shaft-Ass’y Replacement 1) Remove the 2 cover-screws (front. (The Condition During Spinning) 22 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE . After that. on the floor.) (The Condition During Washing) ❈ Assemble in reverse order of disassembling. 4) Disassemble the pulsator-cap. ❈ When laying down the washer. Be cautious when using the driver. rear) on the control-panel by using the (-) driver. 1 on the front) that fix the top-cover and the 1 screw that fixes the earth-wire. remove the 2 screws (front. raise the rear part of the top-cover ass’y and push it to the front to separate it. (Please check that the condition of the shaft is same as the figure on the right. 5) Loosen the pulsator fixing bolt by using the 12 mm box and remove it. ❈ Nut loosening direction: to the right (clockwise) Nut fastening direction: to the left (counterclockwise) 7) Lay down the main body so that the front of the out-case faces upward and the remove the 4 bolts that fix the saddle by using the 10 mm box. Insert the (-) driver between the pulsator-cap + the pulsator-cap and push upward to separate it. ❈ Caution: If the (-) driver is inserted too deeply then pressed. (Lay the cloth. be cautious not to break or scratch the components. 6) Remove the 1 nut that fixes the ass’y-spin basket and the shaft together by using the jig box and take out the ass’y spin basket. it may cause to damage the hook. rear) that fix the control-panel by using the (x) driver. 2) After removing the screws (2 on the rear.

they cannot be checked by the test rod of the tester. earth by your body or touch the terminal of the washer power plug and the earth wire in order to remove the current difference between your body and the washer.5. Power Plug Earth Wire 2) Since the components on the PCB are coated with the urethane.. check them by carrying out the test mode in order to diagnose the problem according to the results. 5-1 Cautions in repairing or replacing When diagnosing the problem or replacing the part. LTD 19 . Troubleshooting * Since the structure of the automatic microcomputer washer is complicated. please ensure that the following instructions are followed 1) The static electricity on the plastic part of the washer or on your body may cause to damage the electronic components. SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. Therefore. This section easily explains how to diagnose such problems correctly and how to repair at lower cost. before working on the PCB. Therefore. you may make a service call even though the prob- lem is not caused by the defective product.

. LTD 23 .7. Exploded Views & Part List 7-1 ASS’Y SPIN-BASKET 1 2 4 5 3 9 6 7 8 11 11 10 13 12 15 12 14 16 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.

8 STS301 1 9 DC91-12235A ASS'Y BASKET SPIN DARK/GRY 1 10 DC91-11974A ASS'Y-BALANCE 1 11 DC91-11774P ASSY-FILTER NET 2 12 DC61-60482A GUIDE-WATER FLOW(A) PP(BJ-500) 2 13 DC61-60483A GUIDE-WATER FLOW(B) 1 14 DC61-60484A GUIDE-WATER FLOW(C) 1 15 DC91-12236A ASSY SEMI SPIN BASKET STS 304BA 1 16 DC66-40167A FLANGE-SHAFT ALDC8 1 24 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE .DARCRO 1 8 DC60-60011B WASHER-WAVE TO.L25 1 3 DC91-12260A ASS'Y-PULSATOR DARK-GRY 1 4 DC66-50185A PULSATOR-UPPER PP 1 5 DC66-50186A PULSATOR-LOWER PP 1 6 DC60-60003A PULSATOR-WASHER T1. Exploded Views & Part List No Code No Description Specification Q’ty Remarks 1 DC66-50189D PULSATOR-CAP ABS 1 2 DC60-40133A BOLT-PULSATOR STS304.ZNDCI.M28.M8.5 STS304 1 7 DC60-50003B NUT-SPIN IC.7.

Exploded Views & Part List 7-2 ASS’Y TOP-COVER 1 2 6 6 3 4 5 8 7 9 11 13 10 12 14 22 21 16 25 17 24 18 23 26 20 27 19 15 28 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.7. LTD 25 ..

H 1 14 MF-12E1SE-00 ASS'Y-PCB 1 15 DC61-10698A COVER-TOP ABS 1 16 DC32-30006A SENSOR-PRESSURE DN-SI 1 17 DC61-20226A HINGE-DOOR(L) POM 1 18 DC61-20226B HINGE-DOOR(R) POM 1 19 DC90-10079A ASS'Y-POWER CORD EP2 1 20 DC90-10104D ASS'Y-CHECKER DC15V/50mA 1 21 DC62-30307A VALVE WATER PP/SUS(COLD) 1 22 DC62-40167B SEAL-WATER FORM. Exploded Views & Part List No Code No Description Specification Q’ty Remarks 1 DC91-12216G ASS'Y-LID T.C ABS 1 8 DC61-10657C COVER-SCREW ABS.3A.D25 2 23 DC62-40164A SEAL-DETERGENT SILICON.C(U) ABS 1 3 DC61-20228C LID-T.C ABS 1 2 DC61-20227A LID-T.SUB/EUN BI 2 9 DC97-00005L ASS'Y-PANEL CONTROL ABS 1 10 DC61-10699A PANEL-CONTROL ABS 1 11 DC64-40377R WINDOW-PANEL 1 12 DC34-30006E SWITCH-REED 5V 0.160mm 1 13 DC91-12251B ASS'Y-L.BLK.C(L) ABS 1 4 DC66-90008B MAGNET-R.7.PINK 1 24 DC61-40312B RING-O EPDM NTR 1 25 DC62-30303B VALVE WATER PP/SUS(HOT) 1 26 DC62-10053A HOSE-RINSE NBR. L24 1 27 DC65-10001B CABLE-TIE DA-100 2 28 DC97-00080H ASS'Y-DETERGENT ABS 1 26 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE .S T5*W8*L20 1 5 DC61-60044J CUSHION-LID SILICON 4 6 DC61-70220A SPRING-Q(L) STS430 1 DC61-70220B SPRING-Q(R) STS430 1 7 DC61-10700W COVER-T.ID10.

7. LTD 27 .. Exploded Views & Part List 7-3 ASS’Y CASE-OUTER 13 11 1 3 15 2 17 14 12 4 5 10 18 7 20 8 9 6 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.

5.8 200 3 14 ASS'Y-EARTH WIRE 15 DC68-30051K LABEL-RATING YUPO+LAMI 1 16 DC61-10571A COVER-BACK SBHG-A 1 17 DC61-60074A CLAMP-WIRE SADDLE NYLON#66 1 18 DC90-11190B ASS'Y-PUMP DRAIN 220~240V/50HZ 1 28 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE .P 2 3 DC99-00045A ASS'Y-PAINT SBHG1-A 1 4 DC91-11965A ASS'Y-BASE 1 5 DC61-30330A BASE P.7. Exploded Views & Part List No Code No Description Specification Q’ty Remarks 1 DC91-11771J ASS'Y-DAMPER FRONT 2 DC91-11771K ASS'Y-DAMPER REAR 2 2 DC61-20209A HANDLE P.L2.NYLON66 4 11 DC63-10056D SPONGE-CUSHION FRONT 1 12 DC63-10002L SPONGE-HARNESS T10 W150 L80 BLK 1 13 DC66-60133B SHEET-DAMPING T1.P 1 6 DC91-11795D ASS'Y-LEG 2 7 DC61-50164A LEG-LEVER FRPP 2 8 DC61-50017A LEG-SPRING HSWR.YEL&ZPC2 2 9 DC61-50167A LEG-RUBBER NBR BLK 2 10 6046-000310 STAND OFF ID11.

Exploded Views & Part List 7-4 ASS’Y TUB-OUTER 2 16 15 3 1 6 (WITHOUT PUMP) 2 8 18 15 16 19 1 3 (WITH PUMP) SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. LTD 29 ..7.

P 1 3 DC90-11168A ASS'Y-WIRE HARNESS(SUB) SUB 1 DC90-11144B ASS'Y-WIRE HARNESS(MAIN) MAIN 1 4 DC61-10670B COVER-TUB P.ZPC2. No Code No Description Specification Q’ty Remarks 1 DC61-30094A TUB-OUTER P.L22.P 1 2 DC61-10284B CAP-TRIP P.L66.V 1 WITHOUT PUMP 21 DC62-10043A HOSE-O.-ASEW-120 1 6 DC60-30002A SCREW-MOTOR ZPC2(YEL) 4 7 DC91-10131L ASS'Y-SHAFT SEM-80N1 1 8 DC91-11258E ASS'Y-SCREW SHAFT+MOTOR DIE 4 9 DC31-10026H MOTOR-WASHING 220V/50HZ 1 PWS360ZTED 10 DC91-11258B ASS'Y-SCREW MOTOR(COATING) 4 11 DC66-00005A PULLEY-MOTOR 1 12 DC60-40007A BOLT-HEX M6.F NTR 1 WITHOUT PUMP 22 DC66-30024A LINK-DRAIN P.SM18C 1 13 DC61-70064A DIE-MOTOR SBHG.P 1 5 DC61-40238A SADDLE SBHG.50/60HZ 1 17 DC66-10142A BELT-V M22 1 18 DC62-10291A HOSE-PUMP BLK.F 400VAC 15MFD 1 15 DC66-30024A LINK-DRAIN PP.P L66.L237 1 PUMP 19 DC62-10292A HOSE-DRAIN BLK.5 SEW-10JL 1 30 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE .L282 1 PUMP 20 DC91-10259A ASS'Y-CASE D.-A 1 14 DC62-50118J CONDENSOR-M.5 SEW10JL 1 16 DC31-20014A MOTOR-DRAIN 220~240VAC.

0MT 1 HOT 3 DC62-10241C ASS'Y-HOSE WATER PINK(NEW-TYPE).2.0MT 1 COLD DC68-00253A INSTRUCTION BOOK 1 DC68-40092A CARD-WARRANTY SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. Exploded Views & Part List 7-5 ACCESSORY 1 2 3 No Code No Description Specification Q’ty Remarks 1 DC91-10209P ASS'Y-HOSE DRAIN(O) SYSTEM/GRY 1 2 DC62-10241D ASS'Y-HOSE WATER BLUE(NEW-TYPE). 7.. LTD 31 .2.

5 kg (blanket 1.f/cm2 ~ 8kg.5 kg.8.5 kg) 90g 61g Medium 84 liter Up to 7.f/cm2 Dimensions (mm) W 640 x D 698 x H 998 Weight 53kg Rated Power Consumption Motor 557W Rotary Wing Revolution 128 rpm Spin Revolution 710 rpm Detergent Quantity Water Level Water Volume Laundry Capacity Standard Concentrated High 90 liter Up to 10 kg (blanket 3. wool 1. wool 3. Product Specifications Model No SEW-12E1S(P) Wash & Spin Capacity 10kg (dry laundry) / 10kg Type Automatic Washer Power Source Single-phase current Wash & Spin Type Whirling type/Centrifugal spin type Water Pressure 0.5 kg) 84g 57g Low 65 liter Up to 5 kg 65g 44g Small 52 liter Up to 3 kg 52g 35g Minimum 38 liter Up to 1.5kg.0 kg 38g 26g Standard Water Volume 240 liter 32 SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE .5 kg.

Schematic and Circuit and PCB Pattern Diagram 3-1 Schematic and Circuit Diagram SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.. LTD 14 .3.