Friday, December 9, 2011

Automatic Washers Whirlpool, Kenmore, KitchenAid & Roper Manual 2

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Table of Contents
Manual 2
Automatic Washers (cont)

Introduction
The Belt-Driven Whirlpool
The Drive System
Sequence of Operation
Flow Chart
Washer Won't Drain
Diagnosis and Belt Replacement
Wig-Wag Diagnosis
Repairing Water Leaks
Off-Balance Problems
The Snubber
Off-Balance Switch
Lid Switch
The Console
The Timer
The Transmission
Basket Drive System
The Agitator
Whirlpool Direct-Drive
Squence of Operation
Flow Charts
Direct-Drive Components
Water Pump
Timers
Spin Drive Assembly
Transmission
Motor
Flat Rates
Examination
Examination Answers
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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Haier Washing Machine HWD-C1000TXVE-U Error Code

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WASHER DRYER
USER MANUAL
HWD-C1000TXVE-U
HWD-C1200TXVE-U
HWD–C1000TXVE ME-U
HWD–C1200TXVE ME-U

TABLE OF CONTENTS

BEFORE USE
>COMPONENTS
>PREPARATION
>SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
>INSTALLATION
>CONTROL PANEL

USING THE APPLIANCE
>PROGRAM SELECTION
>CONSUMPTION AND TECHNICAL DATA
>WASHING METHODS

MAINTENANCE
>CLEANING & CARE
>DISPLAY CODES
>TROUBLESHOOTING
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DISPLAY CODES AND SPECIAL FUNCTIONS

CODES = Err1
CAUSES = Door is not properly shut.
SOLUTIONS = Shut the door properly.

CODES = Err2
CAUSES = Drainage error, water not emptied within 4 minutes.
SOLUTIONS = Clean the fi lter and check the drain hose for blockage. If error still exists, please contact the maintenance personnel

CODES = Err3
CAUSES = Temperature sensor not properly connected or damaged.
SOLUTIONS = Contact the maintenance personnel.

CODES = Err4
CAUSES = Heater error or laundry overload. The set temperature is not reached within specified
time. (Appears at the end of a cycle).
SOLUTIONS = Reduce load and then start washing again. If problem still exists, please contact the maintenance personnel.

CODES = Err5
CAUSES = Water level not met in 8 minutes.
SOLUTIONS = Check the tap and the water pressure.

CODES = Err6
CAUSES = Dehumidification/heating error.
SOLUTIONS = Please contact the Service Center.

CODES = Err7
CAUSES = Motor overheat protection or damage.
SOLUTIONS = Please contact the Service Center.

CODES = Err8
CAUSES = Water overflow.
SOLUTIONS = Please contact the Service Center.

CODES = Err9
CAUSES = Error of the dryer temperature sensor.
SOLUTIONS = Please contact the Service Center.

CODES = Err10
CAUSES = Error of the water level sensor.
SOLUTIONS = Please contact the Service Center.

CODES = Err12
CAUSES = Error of the dryer water level sensor.
SOLUTIONS = Check whether clothes are dry or not and whether there is water still in the drum. If so allow excess humidity to escape from the appliance and try the drying cycle again.

CODES = Err13
CAUSES = Dryer heater error.
SOLUTIONS = Please contact the Service Center.

CODES = Unb
CAUSES = Laundry is unevenly distributed.
SOLUTIONS = Redistribute laundry to balance the drum.

CODES = EUAr
CAUSES = Communication error.
SOLUTIONS = Please contact the Service Center.

CODES = 1:16
CAUSES = Status information: remaining program time is 1 hour and 16 minutes.

CODES = 0:01
CAUSES = Status information: remaining program time is 1 minute.

CODES = 60°C
CAUSES = Status information: Wash temperature is 60°C.

CODES = --°C
CAUSES = No heat (cold wash).

CODES = 0
CAUSES = No spin.

CODES = 800
CAUSES = Status information: Spin speed 800 rpm.

CODES = L--1
CAUSES = Manually selected code when laundry weight is less than 1kg.

CODES = L--A
CAUSES = Manually selected code when drum is nearly full.

CODES = End
CAUSES = Program is finished

Control panel lock function: Press the "Delay" and the "Temperature" buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds after starting a program.
It can no longer be changed by operating buttons or knobs. To unlock press the "Delay" and "Start/Pause" buttons again for 3 seconds.
Power-off memory function: In case of abrupt power failure or the need to cut off the power during a program cycle, the present
settings will be saved and the preset operation will resume when the power is on again.
To cancel a program Press the "Start/Pause" button, then switch off the power and the program is automatically cancelled. Turn the program selector again to choose another program.
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Haier Washing Machine HMS1260TVE Error Code

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AUTOMATIC DRUM WASHING MACHINE
USER MANUAL MODEL HMS1260TVE HMS1260TVEME

TABLE OF CONTENTS

BEFORE USE
>COMPONENTS
>PREPARATION
>SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
>INSTALLATION
>CONTROL PANEL

USING THE APPLIANCE
>PROGRAM SELECTION
>CONSUMPTION AND TECHNICAL DATA
>WASHING METHODS

MAINTENANCE
>CLEANING & CARE
>DISPLAY CODES
>TROUBLESHOOTING
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DISPLAY CODES AND SPECIAL FUNCTIONS

CODES = Err1
CAUSES = Door is not properly shut.
SOLUTIONS = Shut the door properly.

CODES = Err2
CAUSES = Drainage error, water not emptied within 4 minutes.
SOLUTIONS = Clean the fi lter and check the drain hose for blockage. If error still exists, please contact the maintenance personnel

CODES = Err3
CAUSES = Temperature sensor not properly connected or damaged.
SOLUTIONS = Contact the maintenance personnel.

CODES = Err4
CAUSES = Heater error (Appears at the end of a cycle).
SOLUTIONS = Reduce load and then start washing again. If problem still exists, please contact the maintenance personnel.

CODES = Err5
CAUSES = Water level not met in 8 minutes.
The height of the drain hose is below 80 cm.
The drain hose is in water.
SOLUTIONS = Make sure that tap is turned on, and water pressure is normal. If problem still exists, please contact the maintenance personnel
Install drain hose within 80-100 cm of height.
Make sure the drain hose is not in water.

CODES = Err7
CAUSES = Motor overheat protection or damage.
SOLUTIONS = Contact the maintenance personnel.

CODES = Err8
CAUSES = Water exceeds protective level.
SOLUTIONS = Contact the maintenance personnel.

CODES = End
CAUSES = End of wash cycle.
SOLUTIONS =

CODES = 1:25
CAUSES = The remaining time is 1 hour 25 minutes.
SOLUTIONS =

Control panel lock function: Press the "Delay" and the "Temperature" buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds after starting a program.
It can no longer be changed by operating buttons or knobs. To unlock press the "Delay" and "Start/Pause" buttons again for 3 seconds.
Power-off memory function: In case of abrupt power failure or the need to cut off the power during a program cycle, the present settings will be saved and the preset operation will resume when the power is on again.
To cancel a program Press the "Start/Pause" button, then switch off the power and the program is automatically cancelled. Turn the program selector again to choose another program.
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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

MAYTAG Service Manual

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MAYTAG NEPTUNE WASHER SERVICE MANUAL
I N T R O D U C T I O N
C O N T E N T S
SECTION 1. GENERAL INFORMATION
PRE-INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
U N C R A T I N G
INSTALLATION
GROUNDING POLARITY CHECKS
S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
WASHER CONTROLS
INPUT DEFINITIONS
OUTPUT DEFINITIONS
CYCLE SEQUENCE DEFINITIONS
M I S C E L L A N E O U S
Door Latch Switch Monitoring
Door Lock/Spin Control
Redistribution
Push-To-Start Relay Operation
CYCLE REVIEW
GENERAL COMPONENT EXPLODED VIEW
SECTION 2. ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS & TESTING
ELECTRICAL TEST EQUIPMENT
ELECTRICAL TESTS

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Grounded Components
Voltage Checks
Water Valve Test
Wax Motor Check/Door Lock Mechanism
Timer & Console Switches
Timer Input Charts
Machine Control
DRIVE MOTOR
MOTOR CONTROL BOARD
Motor & Motor Control Test
Motor Phase Test
Motor Windings Check
Tachometer Circuit Diagnostics
UNBALANCE CONTROL SYSTEM
Tub Displacement Switch
Strut Displacement Switch
Inertial Unbalance Switch
Cabinet Vibration Sensor
Cabinet Vibration Absorber
SECTION 3. TROUBLESHOOTING
DIAGNOSTIC FLOW CHARTS
Fills and Will Not Tumble
Washer Overfills
Washer Will Not Spin
Machine Stalls During Spin
Maximum Spin Speed Is Not Reached
Wash Cycle Takes Longer Than Normal
Suds Coming Out Of Door
Washer Will Not Start
Motor Phase Test
TIMER TEMPLATE OVERLAY
MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
SECTION 4. CONSOLE
R E M O V A L
VERTICAL SWITCHES
HORIZONTAL SWITCHES
TIMER REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT
SECTION 5. CABINET ASSEMBLY
DOOR ASSEMBLY & HINGES
Cabinet Vibration Absorber
Door Latch Hoop
FRONT PANEL
TOP COVER
DOOR LOCK MECHANISM
FRONT SHROUD ASSEMBLY
CABINET ASSEMBLY W/REAR ACCESS PANEL
SECTION 6. WATER CARRYING COMPONENTS
WATER VALVE
WATER LEVEL PRESSURE SWITCH
AIR DOME HOSE
DISPENSER ASSEMBLY
FRONT WATER FLUME INJECTOR
PUMP ASSEMBLY
Pump Accessory
DRAIN HOSE
SECTION 7. OUTER TUB & SPINNER ASSEMBLY
BAFFLES
DOOR BOOT
OUTER TUB COVER
SPIN BASKET ASSEMBLY W/BALANCE RING
DRIVE PULLEY
SPINNER TUB SUPPORT
SEAL SYSTEM
OUTER TUB ASSEMBLY
B E A R I N G S
COUNTER WEIGHTS
STRUT ASSEMBLY
Strut Displacement Switch
INERTIAL UNBALANCE SWITCH
TUB DISPLACEMENT SWITCH
SECTION 8. MOTOR DRIVE SYSTEM
DRIVE BELT
DRIVE MOTOR
MACHINE CONTROL
MOTOR CONTROL
SECTION 9. ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS
Schematic Prior to Series 17
Timer Chart Prior to Series 17
Schematic Series 17
Timer Chart Series 17
Schematic Series 18
Timer Chart Series 18
Schematic Series 19

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Table of Contents



Important Information .................................................... 2
Important Safety Information ......................................... 4
General Information
Model Identification .................................................... 7
Model Nomenclature .................................................. 7
How It Works ............................................................. 8
Tools For Servicing ...................................................10
Troubleshooting Procedures
Mechanical Troubleshooting ..................................... 11
Drive Lug Adjustment .............................................12
Damper Pad Noise ................................................12
Pump Belt Adjustment ...........................................12
Electrical Troubleshooting ........................................13
Component Testing ................................................14
Motor Testing .........................................................14
Disassembly Procedures .............................................16
Control Panel ............................................................16
MN (Manual) Timer ...................................................16
CS (Coin Slide) Timer ...............................................16
Control Board (Microprocessor) ................................16
Touch Pad ................................................................17
Cycle Selector Switch ..............................................17
Transformer ..............................................................17
Motor Run Relay .......................................................17
Reversing Motor Relay ..............................................18
Indicator Light ...........................................................18
Lid Switch Assembly (Prior series 15) ......................18
Lid Switch Assembly (After series 15) ......................18
Unbalance Lever and Plunger Assembly ...................19
Disassembly Procedures(continued) ...............................
Pressure Switch .......................................................19
Air Dome ..................................................................19
Water Valve ..............................................................20
Meter Case ...............................................................20
Coin Slide .................................................................20
Coin Drop Acceptor ...................................................20
Coin Sensor ..............................................................21
Service Door Switch ..................................................21
Coin Vault Switch .....................................................21
Lid ............................................................................21
Front Panel ...............................................................22
Top Cover ..................................................................22
Tub Cover .................................................................22
Balance Ring ............................................................22
Agitator .....................................................................23
Access Plug .............................................................23
Inner Tub ..................................................................23
Mounting Stem .........................................................24
Outer Tub .................................................................24
Tub Bearing ..............................................................24
Transmission ............................................................25
Lip Seal ....................................................................26
Damper Assembly ....................................................27
Brake Package and Radial Bearing ..........................27
Belts .........................................................................28
Drive Pulley and Rotor Bearing .................................28
Pump ........................................................................29
Drive Motor and Motor Base .....................................29

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Table of Contents



Important Information ...................................................... 2
Important Safety Information ........................................... 4
General Information
Model Identification ..................................................... 7
Commercial Dryer Nomenclature ............................... 7
Terminology/Definitions ............................................... 8
How It Works .................................................................. 9
Gas Valve Assembly ................................................... 9
Test Equipment ............................................................ 12
Troubleshooting Procedures ......................................... 13
General Specifications ............................................... 13
Wattage Specifications ............................................. 13
Exhaust Ducts .......................................................... 13
Electrical Troubleshooting ......................................... 14
Drive Motor Check.................................................. 14
Motor Test Cord ..................................................... 15
Drive Motor Test ..................................................... 15
Centrifugal Switch ..................................................... 15
Air Shutter Adjustment .............................................. 15
Manometer ................................................................ 16
Mechanical Troubleshooting...................................... 17
Single Dryer Troubleshooting Guide .......................... 18
Single Dryer Diagnostic Program ........................... 26
Single Dryer Diagnostic Code ................................ 27
Stack Dryer Troubleshooting Guide ........................... 29
Stack Dryer Diagnostic Program ............................ 34
Stack Dryer Diagnostic Code ................................. 35
Disassembly Procedures
Control Panel ............................................................ 37
Microprocessor Board ............................................... 37
Touch Pad Assembly ................................................ 37
Transformer ............................................................... 37
Meter Case ............................................................... 37
Service Door Switch .................................................. 38
Coin Vault Switch ...................................................... 38
Coin Drop Acceptor ................................................... 38
Coin Sensor .............................................................. 38
Door Assembly .......................................................... 38
Reversing Door Assembly ...................................... 39
Door Disassembly.................................................. 39
Front Panel ............................................................... 39
Top Cover .................................................................. 40
Door Switch............................................................... 40
Front Shroud Assembly Removal .............................. 41
Outlet Duct, Shroud & Tumbler Front .................... 41
Lint Filter ................................................................ 42
Bearing & Pads ...................................................... 42
Front Seal .............................................................. 42
Belt ............................................................................ 42
Baffles ....................................................................... 43
Rear Shroud Assembly ............................................. 43
Back Seal .............................................................. 44
Roller & Bearing Assembly .................................... 44
.............................................................. 45
Cycling Thermostat ................................................ 45
Low-Cycling Thermostat ......................................... 45
Thermal Fuse ......................................................... 45
Hi-Limit Thermostat ................................................ 45
Blower Assembly ...................................................... 45
Blower Seal ............................................................ 45
Blower Cover .......................................................... 45
Blower .................................................................... 46
Exhaust Duct Pipe ................................................. 47
Drive Motor Assembly ............................................... 47
Assembly Breakdown ............................................... 47
Motor Switch .......................................................... 47
Idler Arm Assembly ................................................ 47
Gas Valve Assembly ................................................. 48
Coil ......................................................................... 48
Igniter ..................................................................... 48
Gas Valve............................................................... 49
Combustion Cone .................................................. 49
Inlet Duct ................................................................... 49
Heater Enclosure ...................................................... 49
Stack Dryer-Sloped Front .......................................... 50
Service Panel & Switch ............................................. 50
Access Cover ......................................................... 50
Control Panel ......................................................... 50
Microprocessor ...................................................... 51
Coin Drop ............................................................... 51
Front Panel ............................................................ 52
Stack Dryer--Sloped Front (PR Model) ...................... 53
Microprocessor ...................................................... 53
Stack Dryer - MN Models .......................................... 53
Front Panel ............................................................ 53
Timer ...................................................................... 54
Selector Switch ...................................................... 54
Push-To-Start Switch ............................................. 54
Machine-In-Use Light ............................................. 54
Stack Dryer - Flat Front Models ................................ 55
Front Panel ............................................................ 55
Microprocessor ...................................................... 55
Front Shroud Assembly ......................................... 55
Motor & Heater Relays .......................................... 56
Appendix A ............................................................... 57
Programming ............................................................. 58
Start Operating Set-up ........................................... 58
General User Information ....................................... 58
Set-Up codes ......................................................... 60
Dryer Diagnostic Mode .......................................... 66
Dryer Help Mode .................................................... 66

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INSTALLATION AND SETUP INSTRUCTIONS

Table of Contents



TABLE OF CONTENTS
WASHER SAFETY ...................................... 3
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS....................................... 4
Tools and Parts............................. 4
Options ........................................ 5
Location Requirements............................ 6
Drain System............................. 7
Electrical Requirements................ 7
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ..................... 8
Remove Transport System........................... 8
Connect the Inlet Hoses ..................................... 9
Route the Drain Hose........................................ 10
Secure the Drain Hose ................................. 10
Level the Washer..................... 11
Complete Installation ........................... 11
SETUP INSTRUCTIONS ........................... 12
General User Information................. 12
Control Setup Procedures...................... 13
Start Operating Setup ............................ 13
Washer Diagnostic Mode.................... 16
CLEANING YOUR WASHER.............................. 17
Water Inlet Hoses.................................... 18
ASSISTANCE OR SERVICE........................... 18
Accessories .......................... 18
WARRANTY ....................19

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USER’S GUIDE

Table of Contents



Welcome .................. Inside Cover
Safety Instructions............... 1-2
Washer Controls At
A Glance.................................. 3-5
Washer Features.................. 6-10
Replacing the Washer Light 11
Reversing the Clothes
Washer Door ............................ 11
Dryer Controls At
A Glance.............................. 12-13
Dryer Operating Tips............. 14
Dryer Exhaust Tips................. 15
Replacing the Drum Light ... 16
Reversing the Dryer Door.... 16
Water Use ................................. 17
Care and Cleaning ................. 17
Storing the Maytag
Neptune™ Super Stack.......... 17
Washer Operating
Sounds....................................... 18
Before You Call.................. 19-21
Warranty...................... Back Page

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Table of Contents
Safety instructions
Operating tips
Controls at a glance
Special features
Care and cleaning
Storing the washer
Before you call
Warranty
Guide de l’utilisateur
Guía del usuario
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Important Safety
Operating Instructions
Using the Controls
Features
Care and Cleaning
Troubleshooting
Operating Sounds
Service and Warranty
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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Electrolux Washing Machine AWF1210 Error Code

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Reading the last alarm condition
The diagnostics system makes it possible to identify the last alarm condition which occurred during the
operation of the appliance. To read this alarm condition, after accessing the diagnostics system (see
"Access to the diagnostics / configuration system), press the FABRICS or TEMPERATURE buttons until LED L9 lights.



The alarm condition is shown on the display, or the corresponding binary code flashes on the wash phase LEDs.
=> The first four LEDs indicate the first digit of the alarm code
=> The second four LEDs indicate the second digit of the alarm code
For example, if an E41 alarm condition (door open) is generated, the display will show E41 or (if the
appliance does not feature the display window) the second LED in the first group (equivalent to 4 in binary
code) and the fourth LED in the second group (equivalent to1 in binary code) will flash. If no alarm condition has occurred, E00 is displayed.
7.6.1 Diagnostics cycle alarms
If a malfunction should occur during the course of the diagnostics cycle, the relative alarm codes are displayed. In this case, too, the wash phase LEDs (or the display) show the error cod (flashing).
Binary codes
The table below shows how to convert the binary code displayed by the LEDs into the corresponding decimal number.



Alarm codes
0 = LED off
1 = LED flashing

Alarm code = E11
LED L26 - 29 = 0 0 0 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 0 1
Description of fault = Problems with water fill in wash phase (maximum 10 minutes for each fill phase)
User code = E10
Effect = Cycle PAUSED
Possible causes = Tap closed or mains pressure insufficient; solenoid valve; hydraulic circuit of pressure switches; pressure switches; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E12
LED L26 - 29 = 0 0 0 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 0
Description of fault = Problems with water fill in drying phase (maximum 10 minutes for each fill phase during in the wash load untangling phase)
User code = E10
Effect = Cycle PAUSED
Possible causes = Tap closed or mains pressure insufficient; solenoid valve; hydraulic circuit of pressure switches; pressure switches; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E21
LED L26 - 29 = 0 0 1 0
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 0 1
Description of fault = Problems with water drain in wash phase (maximum 10 minutes for each drain phase)
User code = E20
Effect = Cycle PAUSED
Possible causes = Drain hose obstructed; filter blocked; drain pump; pressure switches; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E22
LED L26 - 29 = 0 0 1 0
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 0
Description of fault = Problems with water drain during drying or drying condenser blocked
(anti-boiling pressure switch closed on "full")
User code = E20
Effect = Heating phase skipped
Possible causes = Drain hose obstructed; filter blocked; drying condenser blocked; drain pump; pressure switches; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E31
LED L26 - 29 = 0 0 1 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 0 1
Description of fault = Electronic pressure switch circuit faulty (frequency of pressure switch signal out of limits)
User code =
Effect = Cycle blocked with door closed
Possible causes = Electronic pressure switch; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E32
LED L26 - 29 = 0 0 1 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 0
Description of fault = Incorrect calibration of electronic pressure switch (electronic pressure switch level different from 0-66 mm after initial calibration drain and anti-boiling pressure switch on "empty")
User code =
Effect = Cycle PAUSED
Possible causes = Tap closed or mains pressure insufficient; solenoid valve; hydraulic circuit of pressure switches; pressure switches; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E33
LED L26 - 29 = 0 0 1 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 1
Description of fault = Incongruence between level of electronic pressure switch and level of anti-boiling pressure switch 1 (duration of fault at least 60 seconds)
User code =
Effect = Cycle blocked with door closed
Possible causes = Hydraulic circuit of pressure switches; electronic pressure switch; pressure switch; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E34
LED L26 - 29 = 0 0 1 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 1 0 0
Description of fault = Incongruence between level of electronic pressure switch and level of anti-boiling pressure switch 2 (duration of fault at least 60 seconds)
User code =
Effect = Cycle blocked with door closed
Possible causes = Hydraulic circuit of pressure switches; electronic pressure switch; pressure switch; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E35
LED L26 - 29 = 0 0 1 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 1 0 1
Description of fault = Water level too high (level of electronic pressure switch higher than
300mm for more than 15 seconds)
User code =
Effect = Cycle blocked with door closed and water drain to 120mm
Possible causes = Solenoid valve; hydraulic circuit of pressure switches; pressure switches; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E36
LED L26 - 29 = 0 0 1 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 1 1 0
Description of fault = "Sensing" circuit of anti-boiling pressure switch 1 faulty
(input signal to microprocessor always 0V or 5V)
User code =
Effect = Cycle blocked with door closed
Possible causes = Main PCB

Alarm code = E37
LED L26 - 29 = 0 0 1 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 1 1 1
Description of fault = "Sensing" circuit of anti-boiling pressure switch 1 faulty
(input signal to microprocessor always 0V or 5V)
User code =
Effect = Cycle blocked with door closed
Possible causes = Main PCB

Alarm code = E38
LED L26 - 29 = 0 0 1 1
LED L30 - 33 = 1 0 0 0
Description of fault = Pressure chamber blocked (water level does not vary for at least 30 sec.
during drum rotation)
User code =
Effect = Heating phase skipped
Possible causes = Pressure switch hydraulic circuit; pressure switches, motor drive belt broken

Alarm code = E41
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 0 0
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 0 1
Description of fault = Door open (door delay interlock does not close after 15
seconds)
User code = E40
Effect = Cycle paused
Possible causes = Door open; door delay interlock; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E42
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 0 0
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 0
Description of fault = Problems with door closure (door open during cycle for more than 15 sec.
or door closed after cycle for more than 3 min.)
User code = E40
Effect = Cycle paused
Possible causes = Door delay interlock; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E43
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 0 0
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 1
Description of fault = TRIAC which powers the door interlock faulty (incongruency between status of door interlock "sensing" circuit and status of TRIAC)
User code = E40
Effect = Cycle paused
Possible causes = Wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E44
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 0 0
LED L30 - 33 = 0 1 0 0
Description of fault = "Sensing" circuit of door delay interlock faulty (input signal to microprocessor always 0V or 5V)
User code =
Effect = Cycle blocked
Possible causes = Main PCB

Alarm code = E45
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 0 0
LED L30 - 33 = 0 1 0 1
Description of fault = "Sensing" circuit of door delay interlock faulty (input signal to microprocessor always 0V or 5V)
User code =
Effect = Cycle blocked with door closed
Possible causes = Main PCB

Alarm code = E51
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 0 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 0 1
Description of fault = TRIAC which powers the motor short-circuited (TRIAC short-circuit cut-out activated or motor speed more than maximum speed)
User code =
Effect = Cycle blocked with door closed (after 5 attempts)
Possible causes = Loss of insulation on motor winding/wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E52
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 0 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 0
Description of fault = No signal from tachometric generator on motor (no signal after maximum time)
User code =
Effect = Cycle blocked with door closed (after 5 attempts, the last after 20 sec)
Possible causes = Motor; tachometric generator; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E53
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 0 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 1
Description of fault = "Sensing" circuit of motor TRIAC faulty (input signal to microprocessor always 0V or 5V)
User code =
Effect = Cycle blocked with door closed
Possible causes = Main PCB

Alarm code = E54
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 0 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 1 0 0
Description of fault = Relays contacts sticking (voltage on "sensing" circuit when the relays
should be open)
User code =
Effect = Cycle blocked with door closed (after 5 attempts)
Possible causes = Loss of insulation on motor windings/wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E55
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 0 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 1 0 1
Description of fault = Motor circuit open
User code =
Effect = Cycle blocked with door closed (after 5 attempts)
Possible causes = Motor; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E56
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 0 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 1 1 0
Description of fault = Problems with motor tachimetric generator
User code =
Effect = Cycle blocked with door closed (after 5 attempts, last after 20')
Possible causes = Motor (tachimetric generator); wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E61
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 1 0
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 0 1
Description of fault = Insufficient heating during washing (maximum heating time exceeded)
User code =
Effect = Heating phase skipped
Possible causes = NTC sensor incorrectly calibrated; heating element; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E62
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 1 0
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 0
Description of fault = Overheating during washing (temperature >88°C for more than 5 minutes)
User code =
Effect = Drain, cycle blocked
Possible causes = Heating element (earthed); NTC sensor faulty; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E64
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 1 0
LED L30 - 33 = 0 1 0 0
Description of fault = Overheating during drying (drying temperature >180°C detected by NTC
temperature sensor on duct)
User code =
Effect = Heating phase for drying skipped
Possible causes = Drying NTC sensor (duct); drying heater; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E66
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 1 0
LED L30 - 33 = 0 1 1 0
Description of fault = Power relay to heating element faulty (incongruency between closure of anti-boiling pressure switch 2 and status of relay K3)
User code =
Effect = Drain, cycle blocked
Possible causes = Anti-boiling pressure switch 2; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E71
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 1 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 0 1
Description of fault = NTC wash sensor faulty (voltage not within limits = short-circuit or open)
User code =
Effect = Heating phase skipped
Possible causes = Wash NTC sensor; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E72
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 1 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 0
Description of fault = NTC sensor on drying condenser faulty (voltage out of limits = short-circuit or open)
User code =
Effect = Heating phase for drying skipped
Possible causes = Drying NTC sensor (condenser); wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E73
LED L26 - 29 = 0 1 1 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 1
Description of fault = NTC sensor on drying duct faulty (voltage out of limits = short-circuit or open)
User code =
Effect = Heating phase for drying skipped
Possible causes = Drying NTC sensor (duct); wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E84
LED L26 - 29 = 1 0 0 0
LED L30 - 33 = 0 1 0 0
Description of fault = "Sensing" circuit on circulation pump triac faulty (input signal to microprocessor always 0V or 5V)
User code =
Effect = Drain, cycle blocked (door open)
Possible causes = Main PCB

Alarm code = E85
LED L26 - 29 = 1 0 0 0
LED L30 - 33 = 0 1 0 1
Description of fault = Circulation pump faulty (incongruency between status of "sensing" circuit on circulation pump and status of TRIAC)
User code =
Effect = Drain, cycle blocked (door open)
Possible causes = Circulation pump; wiring; main PCB

Alarm code = E91
LED L26 - 29 = 1 0 0 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 0 1
Description of fault = Communications error between main PCB and display board
User code = E90
Effect =
Possible causes = Wiring; main PCB; display board

Alarm code = E92
LED L26 - 29 = 1 0 0 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 0
Description of fault = Communications incongruency between main PCB and display board
(versions not compatible)
User code = E90
Effect =
Possible causes = Main PCB; display board

Alarm code = E93
LED L26 - 29 = 1 0 0 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 1
Description of fault = Configuration error (incongruency of configuration values when
appliance is switched on)
User code = E90
Effect = Cycle blocked
Possible causes = Configuration error; main PCB

Alarm code = E94
LED L26 - 29 = 1 0 0 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 1 0 0
Description of fault = Incorrect configuration of washing cycle
User code = E90
Effect = Cycle blocked
Possible causes = Cycle software error; main PCB

Alarm code = EF1
LED L26 - 29 = 1 1 1 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 0 1
Description of fault = Drain filter blocked (drain phase too long)
User code = Specific LED (EF0)
Effect =
Possible causes = Drain hose obstructed/kinked; drain filter dirty/blocked

Alarm code = EF2
LED L26 - 29 = 1 1 1 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 0
Description of fault = Excessive detergent (too much foam during drains)
User code = Specific LED (EF0)
Effect =
Possible causes = Excessive detergent introduced; drain hose obstructed/kinked; drain filter dirty

Alarm code = EF3
LED L26 - 29 = 1 1 1 1
LED L30 - 33 = 0 0 1 1
Description of fault = Water leakage: intervention of Aqua Control system
User code =
Effect = Water drain to 120mm, cycle blocked
Possible causes = Leaks from base; drain pump; wiring; main PCB
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Daewoo Washing Machine Service Manual

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Service Manual DRUM WASHING MACHINE
Model: DWC-ED1213


1. WHAT IS DRUM?
2. SPECIFICATION OF DRUM WASHING MACHINE
3. VERIFICATION OF DRUM ASSY
4. PARTS LIST FOR EACH ASSY
5. SEQUENCE CHART OF PCB
6. TROUBLE SHOOTING
7. WIRING DIAGRAM
8. TROUBLESHOOTING REGARDING DRAIN
9. INSTALLATION GUIDE
10. ATTENTION POINT WITH SERVICE
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DAEWOO DRUM WASHING MACHINE SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL DWC-2001W
Contents
1. WHAT IS DRUM WASHING MACHINE?
2. Washer Specification
3. Parts list by ass'y
4. Control Part Function Specification
5. Electronic Field Parts List and Specification
6. Wiring Diagram
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Daewoo Washing Machine Instruction Manual Model DWD-FD1221

Economic wash system
Using artificial intelligence, the washer uses minimum energy and water by selecting optimal water lever and washing time.
- Low noise system
The washer minimizes the washing and spinning noises by sensing the amount of laundry.
- Child-Lock
The Child-Lock system has been used to prevent children from pressing any
button to change the program during operation.
- Nano-silver sterilization washing(Option)
By applying very fine silver particles on essential parts inside, the washer
sterilizes up to 99.9% as is done by boiling wash.
- Air bubble washing(Option)
This is an advanced technology that generates millions of air bubbles inside the drum on washing sequence, and the bubbles dissolve the detergent particles completely and cleanse all the soil in clothes gently and neatly.

CONTENTS
PARTS AND FEATURES
WASHER SAFETY
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
INLET HOSE CONNECTION
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
OPERATING YOUR WASHER
THE FUNCTIONS OF THE CONTROL PANEL
WASHING PROCEDURE AND PROGRAM SELECTION
MAINTENANCE
HOW TO CLEAN THE FILTER
REMOVING STAINS
TROUBLE SHOOTING
SPECIFICATION
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Daewoo Service Manual
Programmable Washing Machine
DWF-5590DP
DWF-5590D
Series


CONTENTS
1. SPECIFICATIONS
2. FEATURE AND TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
FEATURE OF THE WASHING MACHINE
WATER CURRENTS TO ADJUST THE UNBALANCED LOAD
FUNCTION FOR SOAK WASH
AUTOMATIC WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM FOR BLANKET WASH
PULSATOR SYSTEM
AUTOMATIC DRAINING TIME ADJUSTMENT
SOFTENER DISPENSER
AUTOMATIC UNBALANCE ADJUSTMENT
CIRCULATING-WATER COURSE AND LINT FILTER
RESIDUAL TIME DISPLAY
DRAIN MOTOR
GEAR MACHANISM ASS'Y
PRINCIPLE OF BUBBLE GENERATOR
FUNCTIONAL PRINCIPLE OF BUBBLE WASHING MACHINE
3. STRUCTURE OF THE WASHING MACHINE
4. FUNCTION OF THE CONTROL PANEL
5. DIRECTIONS FOR INSTALLATION AND USE
HOW TO INSTALL THE WASHING MACHINE
HOW TO CONNECT THE INLET HOSE
HOW TO INSTALL THE DRAIN HOSE (FOR DWF-5590D SERIES, NON-PUMP)
HOW TO INSTALL THE DRAIN HOSE (FOR DWF-5590DP SERIES, PUMP)
HOW TO CLEAN DRAIN FILTER (DWF-5590DP SERIES, PUMP ONLY)
6. PROCEDURE OF FULL-AUTOMATIC WASHING
7. DIRECTIONS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENT
GEAR MACHANISM
DRAIN MOTOR
BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
8. TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
CONCERNING WATER SUPPLY
CONCERNING WASHING
CONCERNING DRAINING
CONCERNING SPINNING
CONCERNING OPERATION
9. PRESENTATION OF THE P.C.B. ASS'Y
CONCERNING ERROR MESSAGE
CONVENIENT TEST FUNCTION
MINUTE EXPLANATION DIAGRAM FOR EACH PARTS
APPENDIX
WIRING DIAGRAM (FOR DWF-5590DP SERIES)
WIRING DIAGRAM (FOR DWF-5590D SERIES)
PARTS LIST (FOR DWF-5590DP SERIES)
PARTS DIAGRAM (FOR DWF-5590DP SERIES)
PARTS LIST (FOR DWF-5590D SERIES)
PARTS DIAGRAM (FOR DWF-5590D SERIES)
P.C.B. PARTS LIST
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
BARE PCB (TOP)
BARE PCB (BOTTOM)
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Daewoo Service Manual
Washing Machine
Model:
DWD-F1011/F1012/F1013/F1211/F1212/F1213
DWD-F1021/F1022/F1023/F1221/F1222/F1223
DWD-F1031/F1032/F1033/F1231/F1212/F1233
NFL-1065/NFL-1265
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Daewoo Service Manual
Auto Washer
Model : DWF-750/752/800/802
753/755/803/805
756/758/806/808
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Daewoo Washing Machine Instruction Manual
Model DWC-LD141X, DWD-LD141X
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Daewoo Service Manual
Washing Machine
Model: DW-X700C / DW-X710C
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Daewoo Washing Machine Instruction Manual
Model DWC-LU1011/121X, DWC-LD1411/161X, DWD-LU1011/121X, DWD-LD1411/161X
DWC-LU102X/122X, DWC-LD142X/162X, DWD-LU102X/122X, DWD-LD142X/162X

CONTENTS
Parts and features
Washer safety
Installation instructions
Inlet hose connection
Electrical requirements
Operating your washer
The functions of the control panel
Washing procedure and program selection
Guide for other useful programs
Maintenance
HOW TO CLEAN THE FILTER
REMOVING STAINS
TROUBLE SHOOTING
SPECIFICATION
Wiring diagram
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Monday, September 5, 2011

Samsung Washing Machine Service Manual

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Samsung Washing Machine
Owner’s Instructions
Model B1113J B913J

Table Of Contents
Safety Precautions
lnstalling the Washing Machine
Unpacking the washing machine
Overview of the washing machine
Selecting a location
Adjusting the leveling feet
Removing the transit bolts
Connecting the water supply hose
Positioning the drain hose
Washing a Load of Laundry
Overview of the control panel
Washing for the first time
Putting detergent in the washing machine
Washing clothes using Fuzzy Logic
Selecting options
Washing clothes manually
Using delay start
Washing tips and hints
Maintaining the Washing Machine
Draining the washing machine in an emergency
Repairing a frozen washing machine
Cleaning the exterior
Cleaning the detergent drawer and recess
Cleaning the debris filter
Cleaning the water hose mesh filter
Troubleshooting
Problems and solutions
Understanding error messages
Programme chart
Appendix
Wash/Rinse temperature
Fabric care chart
Electrical warnings
Protecting the environment
Specification
Warranty information
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Samsung Washing Machine
user manual
WF7522S8(S/V/C)
WF7520S8l

Contents
INSTALLING THE WASHING MACHINE
WASHING A LOAD OF LAUNDRY
MAINTAINING THE WASHING MACHINE
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROGRAMME CHART
APPENDIX
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SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE
MODEL
WF-R1061/YLP
R861/YLP
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Samsung Washing Machine user manual
Model
WF9854EW(A/E/F/G/H/N/V/W)
WF9852EW(A/E/F/G/H/N/V/W)
WF9850EW(A/E/F/G/H/N/V/W)
WF9854JW(A/E/F/G/H/N/V/W)
WF9852JW(A/E/F/G/H/N/V/W)
WF9850JW(A/E/F/G/H/N/V/W)
WF9854RW(A/E/F/G/H/N/V/W)
WF9852RW(A/E/F/G/H/N/V/W)
WF9850RW(A/E/F/G/H/N/V/W)
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Samsung Washing Machine
Owner’s Instructions
SWF-P14
SWF-P12
SWF-P10
SWF-P8
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Samsung Washing Machine user manual
Model
WF218ANB
WF218ANW
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Samsung SilverCare Washer Owner's Manual
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Samsung Washing Machine
Owner’s Instructions
Model
S1043/S843
F1043/F843
R1043/R843
P1043/P843
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Samsung Washing Machine
Owner’s Instructions
WD6122CKS
WD6122CKC
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SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE
SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL
R1033GWC/YLW
R1233GWC/YLW
R833GW/YLW
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SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE
USER MANUAL
MODEL
WF431AA(E/P/W/F)
WF461AA(E/P/WF)
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SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE
USER MANUAL
MODEL
SW75V9W
SW65V9W
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SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE
USER MANUAL
MODEL
WD8704EJ(A/F/G/H/S/V/W/Z)
WD8702EJ(A/F/G/H/S/V/W/Z)
WD8704RJ(A/F/G/H/S/V/W/Z)
WD8702RJ(A/F/G/H/S/V/W/Z)
WD8704CJ(A/F/G/H/S/V/W/Z)
WD8702CJ(A/F/G/H/S/V/W/Z)
WD8704DJ(A/F/G/H/S/V/W/Z)
WD8702DJ(A/F/G/H/S/V/W/Z)
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Samsung Washing Machine
Owner’s Instructions
Model
B1485AV
B1285AV
B1285AS
B1285A
B1085A
R1285AV
R1085A
F1285AV
F1085A
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Sunday, September 4, 2011

DAEWOO Washing Machine Error Code

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DAEWOO Washing Machine Error Code
Model: DWD-FD1411/1412/1413
DWD-FD1421/1422/1423
DWD-FD1431/1432/1433

Message = IE
Error = WATER INLET ERROR
Cause & Solution =
The water tap is closed. Open the water tap.
The filter of the valve inlet is clogged. Clean the filter of the valve inlet.
The valve inlet is an inferior product or broke down. Change the valve inlet.
The water level sensor (sensor pressure) is an inferior product Change the water level sensor
or broke down. (sensor pressure).
The drain motor works during water supply. Change the drain motor.
The PCB ASS’Y does not check the water level. Change the PCB ASS’Y.

Message = OE
Error = DRAIN ERROR
Cause & Solution =
The drain hose is kinked or clogged. Clean and straighten the drain hose.
The drain motor is an inferior product. Change the drain motor.
The valve inlet works during drain. Change the valve inlet
The water level sensor is an inferior product. Change the water level sensor.
The PCB ASS’Y does not check the water level. Change the PCB ASS’Y.
The RPM of drum did not reach the setting RPM Clean the drain pump filter.
within the setting time during the spin. Or restart spin only course

Message = UE
Error = UNBALANCE ERROR
Cause & Solution = The laundry is concentrated to one side of the drum during spin. Rearrange the laundry.

Message = LE
Error = DOOR OPEN ERROR
Cause & Solution =
The Start/Hold button is pressed while the door is opened. Close the door.
The switch door lock is an inferior product. Change the switch door lock.
The PCB ASS’Y does not check the door lock. Change the PCB ASS’Y.

Message = E2
Error = OVERFLOW ERROR
Cause & Solution =
The water is supplied continuously due to an inferior valve inlet. Change the valve inlet.
The valve inlet is normal, but the water level sensor Change the water level sensor
(sensor pressure) is inferior. (sensor pressure).
The drain motor dose not work. (The drain motor is an inferior product or broke down.) Change the drain motor.

Message = E4
Error = LEAKAGE ERROR
Cause & Solution = Water leaks from the tub or the hose drain. Check the leak of the tub or the hose drain. Then change the tub or the hose drain.

Message = E5
Error = HIGH VOLTAGE ERROR
Cause & Solution =
The laundry is jammed between the gasket and the drum. Rearrange the laundry.
The PCB ASS’Y is an inferior product. Change the PCB ASS’Y.

Message = E6
Error = EMG ERROR
Cause & Solution =
The laundry is jammed between the gasket and the drum. Rearrange the laundry.
The motor is an inferior product. Change the motor.
The PCB ASS’Y is an inferior product. Change the PCB ASS’Y.

Message = E7
Error = DIRECTION ERROR
Cause & Solution =
The motor spins into an opposite direction. Change the PCB ASS or the motor.
The motor hall IC is an inferior product or broke down. Change the motor hall IC or the motor.

Message = E8
Error = MOTOR ERROR
Cause & Solution =
The motor is not normally connected. Check the connector of the motor.
The motor does not work. (The motor is an inferior product or broke down.) Change the motor.

Message = E9
Error = SENSOR PRESSURE ERROR
Cause & Solution = The water level sensor is an inferior product. Change the water level sensor.

Message = H2
Error = THERMISTOR WASH ERROR
Cause & Solution =
The thermistor wash is an inferior product or broke down. Change the thermistor wash.
The thermistor wash is not connected normally. Check the connector of the thermistor wash.

Message = H4
Error = THERMISTOR WASH OVERHEATING ERROR
Cause & Solution =
The heater worked without the water in the tub. Check the water level.
The thermistor wash is an inferior product or broke down. Change the thermistor wash.

Message = H5
Error = WATER TEMP ERROR
Cause & Solution =
The water temp. is over 45°C in delicate & wool course.(The thermistor wash is an inferior product or broke down.) Change the thermistor wash.

Message = H6
Error = HEATER WASH ERROR
Cause & Solution =
The heater wash dose not work. (The water temp. doesn't rise over 2°C during 15min.) Change the heater wash.

Message = H8
Error = HEATER WASH OVERHEATING ERROR
Cause & Solution =
The heater worked without the water in the tub. Check the water level and the heater wash.

Message = PFE
Error = PUMP FILTER ERROR
Cause & Solution =
The drain pump filter is clogged. Clean the drain pump filter.
The drain pump does not work during spin. Change the drain pump.
The large amount of detergent was used. Use the proper amount of detergent.
The drain hose is placed higher than 1m above the floor. Place the drain hose 1m below the floor

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Kenmore ELITE Washing Machine Error Code

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Kenmore ELITE Washing Machine Error Code MODEL : 796.2927#0##

TROUBLE SHOOTING METHODS ACCORDING TO ERROR MESSAGE

ERROR = WATER SUPPLY
ERROR DECISION BASIS = WATER LEVEL dose not rise to the set level in within 30 minutes.
NO INLET lamp blinks
CAUSE FOR ERROR OCCURRENCE = Water faucet is closed?
Water supply is interrupted.
Inlet V/V is clogged with dirts.
Connector has bad contact to the inlet valve.
BLUE 6-pin connector has a bad connection at the main board.
REMEDY = Open water faucet. Wait until water supply is resumed.
Clean or replace filter.
Correct the connector contact.
Same as above

ERROR = DRAINAGE
ERROR DECISION BASIS = Water is not completely within 12 minutes. (0E)
CAUSE FOR ERROR OCCURRENCE = Is the drain hose located properly?
Drain hose is folded or clogged due to freeze or dirt.
Defective drain pump or the BLUE 3-pin connector to the main board has a bad connection.
REMEDY = Drain hose properly positioned at 0.9 ~ 1.2 m (36 ~ 48 inches) above the floor.
Make sure the drain hose is not plugged with a foreign object.
Check drain pump motor contact. Replace the pump if necessary.

ERROR = UNBALANCE
ERROR DECISION BASIS = Laundry unbalance during spin. (UE)
CAUSE FOR ERROR OCCURRENCE = Laundry in the INNER TUB is filled unevenly.
Washer is tilted.
REMEDY = Load the washer as evenly as possible.
Adjust the leg.

ERROR = LID OPEN
ERROR DECISION BASIS = LID is opened in the course of intermittent spin,
normal spin or processing reservation. (dE)
CAUSE FOR ERROR OCCURRENCE = Lid is opened during intermittent spin or normal spin?
Lid is opened while processing reservation?
Check the connections to the lid switch and at the WHITE 6-pin connector at the main board.
REMEDY = Close the lid.
Close the lid.
Check the connections.
If the connection is good, check the lead wire and replace it if necessary.

ERROR = PRESSURE SENSOR
ERROR DECISION BASIS = Pressure switch has a bad connection or the switch has failed. (PE)
CAUSE FOR ERROR OCCURRENCE = Check the connections at the pressure switch and at the BLUE 4-pin connector at the main board.
Test the pressure switch in TEST MODE. If the initial reading is less than 60 or more than 104, the switch has failed and must be replaced
REMEDY = Reseat the connector.
Replace the switch.

ERROR = OVER FLOW ERROR
ERROR DECISION BASIS = FE
CAUSE FOR ERROR OCCURRENCE = Check the valves to be sure there is no input leakage. Then check the drain hose and make sure the drain pipe is between 0.9 ~ 1.2 m (36 and 48 inches) above the floor.
Check for blockages and leaks in the air hose between the tub and the pressure switch.
Check and repair any air leakages at the air hose connector on the outer tub and
at any connecting parts.
REMEDY = Install the drain hose between 0.9 ~ 1.2 m (36 and 48 inches) above the floor.
Replace pressure sensor switch
Remove the foreign objects in pressure sensor switch air hose.

ERROR = MOTOR ERROR
ERROR DECISION BASIS = LE
CAUSE FOR ERROR OCCURRENCE = Check the connections at the hall sensor and at the WHITE 6-pin connector on the main board.
Check the connections at the stator and at the yellow 3-pin or WHITE 6-pin connector on the main board. Test the stator to determine it is not defective.
Test hall sensor to determine it is not defective.
Turn the drum to verify the bearings are not locked.
REMEDY = Replace the stator if necessary.
Replace the hall sensor if necessary.
Replace the bearings if necessary.

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LG Washing Machine Service Manual

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LG WASHING MACHINE SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL : WM2411HW/WM2011H*/WM1811CW
WM2432HW/WM2032H*/WM1832CW
WM0532HW/WD-10210BD/WD-12210(5)BD
WM2444H*M/WM2442H*/WM2042CW
WM0642H*

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LG Washing machine owner manual model WD-3243RHD WD-3245RHD

Contents
Important Safety Information
Specification
Installation
Preparation Before Washing
Adding Detergent
Cycles
How To Use Sasher
Maintenance
Troubleshooting Guide
Warranty
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LG WASHING MACHINE SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL : WD(M)-65130F
WD(M)-80130F
WD(M)-10130(5)F
WD(M)-10131F


Contents
1. SPECIFICATION
2. FEATURES & TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
3. PARTS IDENTIFICATION
4. INSTALLATION
5. OPERATION
6. WIRING DIAGRAM/PROGRAM CHART
7. TROUBLESHOOTING
7-1.BEFORE PERFORMING SERVICE
7-2.TEST MODE
7-3.ERROR DISPLAY
8. ERROR DIAGNOSIS AND CHECK LIST
8-1. DIAGNOSIS AND ANSWER FOR ABNORMAL OPERATION
8-2. FAULT DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
9. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
10. EXPLODED VIEW
10-1. THE EXPLODED VIEW OF CABINET ASSEMBLY
10-2. THE EXPLODED VIEW OF CONTROL PANEL & DISPENSER ASSEMBLY
10-3. THE EXPLODED VIEW OF DRUM & TUB ASSEMBLY
APPENDIX (Replacement parts list)
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LG WASHING MACHINE SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL : WD-1***(0~9)ND(K)/TD(K)/FD(K)
CAUTION
READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY TO DIAGNOSE TROUBLE
CORRECTLY BEFORE OFFERING SERVICE


Contents
1. SPECIFICATIONS
2. FEATURES & TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
3. PARTS IDENTIFICATION
4. INSTALLATION
5. OPERATION
6. WIRING DIAGRAM/PROGRAM CHART
7. TROUBLESHOOTING
7-1.BEFORE SERVICE
7-2.TEST MODE
7-3.HOW TO KNOW THE WATER LEVEL FREQUENCY
7-4.ERROR DISPLAY
8. ERROR DIAGNOSIS AND CHECK LIST
8-1. DIAGNOSIS AND ANSWER FOR ABNORMAL OPERATION
8-2. FAULT DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
9. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
10. EXPLODED VIEW
10-1. THE EXPLODED VIEW OF CABINET ASSEMBLY
10-2. THE EXPLODED VIEW OF CONTROL PANEL & DISPENSER ASSEMBLY
10-3. THE EXPLODED VIEW OF DRUM & TUB ASSEMBLY
*APPENDIX (Replacement parts list)
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Owner's Manual
WM2432HW
WM2032HS
WM2032HW
WM1832CW

Please read this manual carefully. It provides
instructions on safe installation, use, and maintenance.
Retain it for future reference.
Record the model and serial numbers of your machine
and report this information to your dealer if your machine
requires service.

Contents
Important Safety Information
Specifications
Installation Instructions
Preparation Before Washing
Using the Dispenser
Cycles
How to Use the Washer
Maintenance
Troubleshooting Guide
Warranty
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LG Washing Machine
OWNER’S MANUAL
Model WM3431H* WM3434H*


Contents
Important Safety Information
Specification
Installation
Preparation Before Washing
Adding detergent
Cycles
How to Use Washer
Maintenance
Troubleshooting Guide
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Table of Contents
Product features
Warnings
Important safety instructions
Save these instructions
Specifications
Installation
Removing packing
Removing transit bolts
Installation place requirements
Connecting water supply hose
Installation of drain hose
Leveling
How to use washer
Operating washing machine
Care before washing
Washing program table
Extra options
Operating data
Control panel
Additional program
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Child Lock
Beep On/Off
Tub Clean
Door Lock & Detecting
Adding detergent
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Maintenance
The water inlet filter
The drain pump filter
Dispenser drawer
The washing drum
Cleaning your washer
Cold conditions
Trouble shooting guide
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Error messages
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OWNER’S MANUAL WASHING MACHINE WM2350H*C

Table of Contents
I N T RO D U C T I O N
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Basic Safety Precautions
Grounding Instructions
Safety Instructions for Installation
Safety Instructions for Use, Care and Cleaning, and and Disposal
PARTS AND FEATURES
Special Features
Key Parts and Components
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Choose the Proper Location
Clearances
Flooring
Installations with Optional Pedestal Base or Stacking Kit
Unpacking and Removing Shipping Bolts
Connecting the Water Lines
Connecting the Drain Line
Leveling the Washer
Installation of Non-skid pads (Optional)
HOW TO USE
Control Panel Features
Operating the Washer
Cycle Guide
Sorting Wash Loads
Selecting detergent
About the Dispenser
Loading the Dispenser
The Time And Status Display
Cycle Setting Buttons
Custom Program
Load Size Sensing System
Cycle Option Buttons
Special Functions
Special Care Cycles
COLDWASH™ Cycles
CARE AND CLEANING
Regular Cleaning
Cleaning the Washer
Maintenance
TROUBLESHOOTING
Normal Sounds You May Hear
Before Calling for Service
Using SmartDiagnosis™
SPECIFICATIONS/OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Key Dimensions and Specifications
Optional Accessories
WARRANTY
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LG WASHING MACHINE SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL: WM2277H*/WM2077CW
WM2177H*/WM2677H*M
WD-11270BD

CAUTION
READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY TO DIAGNOSE PROBLEMS CORRECTLY BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT.

CONTENTS

1. SPECIFICATIONS
2. FEATURES & TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
3. PARTS IDENTIFICATION
4. INSTALLATION & TEST
5. OPERATION
6. WIRING DIAGRAM/PROGRAM CHART
7. TROUBLESHOOTING
7-1. BEFORE PERFORMING SERVICE
7-2. QC TEST MODE
7-3. HOW TO CHECK THE WATER LEVEL FREQUENCY
7-4. ERROR DISPLAY
8. ERROR DIAGNOSIS AND CHECK LIST
8-1. DIAGNOSIS AND SOLUTION FOR ABNORMAL OPERATION
8-2. FAULT DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
9. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
10. EXPLODED VIEW
10-1. CABINET & CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
10-2. DRUM & TUB ASSEMBLY
10-3. DISPENSER ASSEMBLY
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MODEL :
WD-803(4)0(W)(F)(H)
WD-803(4)0F(H)(B)
WD-1042F(H)(B)
WD-1041(3)F(H)(B)
WD-102(4)1(5)W(F)(H)
WD-102(4)(5)F(H)(B)
WD-1223(5)F(H)(B)
WD-1243(5)F(H)(B)


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1. SPECIFICATION
2. FEATURES & TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
3. PARTS IDENTIFICATION
4. INSTALLATION
5. OPERATION
6. WIRING DIAGRAM
7. PROGRAM CHART
8. TROUBLESHOOTING
8-1. BEFORE PERFORMING SVICE
8-2. QC TEST MODE
8-3. HOW TO KNOW THE WATER LEVEL FREQUENCY
8-4. ERROR DISPLAY
9. ERROR DIAGNOSIS AND CHECK LIST
9-1. DIAGNOSIS AND ANSWER FOR ABNORMAL OPERATION
9-2. FAULT DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
10. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
11. EXPLODED VIEW AND PART LIST
11-1. THE EXPLODED VIEW OF CABINET ASSEMBLY
11-2. THE EXPLODED VIEW OF CONTROL PANEL & DISPENSER ASSEMBLY
11-3. THE EXPLODED VIEW OF DRUM & TUB ASSEMBLY
APPENDIX(Replacement parts list)
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CONTENTS
DETERMINE WASHING TIME BY FUZZY LOGIC
WATER LEVEL CONTROL
CONTROL OF DOOR OPEN
INSTALLATION
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CAUTION
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MODEL: WM1812CW/WM1814CW/WD-90286BD


CONTENTS
1. SPECIFICATIONS
2. FEATURES & TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
3. PARTS IDENTIFICATION
4. INSTALLATION & TEST
5. OPERATION
6. WIRING DIAGRAM/PROGRAM CHART
7. TROUBLESHOOTING
7-1. BEFORE PERFORMING SERVICE
7-2. QC TEST MODE
7-3. HOW TO CHECK THE WATER LEVEL FREQUENCY
7-4. ERROR DISPLAY
8. ERROR DIAGNOSIS AND CHECK LIST
8-1. DIAGNOSIS AND SOLUTION FOR ABNORMAL OPERATION
8-2. FAULT DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
9. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
10. EXPLODED VIEW
10-1. CABINET & CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
10-2. DRUM & TUB ASSEMBLY
10-3. DISPENSER ASSEMBLY
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SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL: WM3885H*CA / WM3875H*CA


CONTENTS
1. Specifications
2. Features and Technical Explanation
3. Parts Identification
4. Installation and Test
5. Operation
5-1. Control Panel Features
5-2. Cycle Guide
5-3. Special Functions
5-4. Explanation of Each Process
6. Wiring Diagram / Program Chart
7. Test Mode
7-1. Safety Caution
7-2. Load Test Mode
7-3. How To Read the Display in Load Test Mode
7-4. How To Check the Water Level Frequency and Vibration Sensor Error
8. Troubleshooting
8-1. Safety Caution
8-2. Error Mode Summary
8-3. Troubleshooting Summary
8-4. Troubleshooting With Error
8-5. Troubleshooting Else
9. Component Testing Information
9-1. Filter Assembly (Line Filter)
9-2. Door Look Switch Assembly
9-3. Stator Assembly
9-4. Pump Motor Assembly
9-5. Inlet Valve Assembly
9-6. Heater Assembly
9-7. Thermistor Assembly
9-8. Steam Generator Assembly
9-9. Lamp
9-10. Vibration sensor assembly
10. Disassembly Instructions
11. Exploded View
11-1. Cabinet and Control Panel Assembly
11-2. Drum and Tub Assembly
11-3. Dispenser Assembly
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SERVICE MANUAL
MODELS: WF-T857


CONTENTS
Specifications
2. Installation Instructions
3. Operating Instructions
3-1. Identification of Parts
3-2. Before Starting to Wash
3-3. Function of Each Button
3-4. Washing Programs
3-5. Other Functions
3-6. Care and Maintenance
4. Service Information
4-1. Schematic Diagram
4-2. Wiring Diagram
4-3. Program Time Chart
4-4. Adjustmen
4-5. Disassembly Instruction
4-6. Test Running without water
4-7. Trouble Shooting against Common Washing Problems
4-8. Trouble Shooting According to Error Message
4-9. How to Diagnose and Repair by Symptom
5. Exploded View
6. Replacement Part List
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LG WASHING MACHINE
SERVICE MANUAL
MODELS : WT-H800 / WT-H950

CONTENTS
1. Specifications
2. Installation Instructions
3. Operating Instructions
3-1. Identification of Parts
3-2. Before Starting to Wash
3-3. Function of Each Button
3-4. Washing Programs
3-5. Other Functions
3-6. Care and Maintenance
4. Service Information
4-1. Schematic Diagram
4-2. Wiring Diagram
4-3. Program Time Chart
4-4. Adjustmen
4-5. Disassembly Instruction
4-6. Test Running without water
4-7. Trouble Shooting against Common Washing Problems
4-8. Trouble Shooting According to Error Message
4-9. How to Diagnose and Repair by Symptom
5. Exploded View
6. Replacement Part List
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LG WASHING MACHINE
SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL : WF-T851 / T852 / T853 / T802 / T902
WF-T652(T652A) / T452(T452A) / 402

Contents
11. SPECIFICATIONS
12. FEATURES & TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
13. PART IDENTIFICATION
14. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION
15. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
16.OPERATING INSTRUCTION
7.PROGRAM CHART
18. TEST RUNNING WITHOUT WATER
09. ADJUSTMENT
10. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTION
11.TROUBLE SHOOTING METHODS ACCORDING TO ERROR MESSAGE
12. HOW TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR BY SYMPTOM
13. EXPLODED VIEW
14. RPL
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LG WASHING MACHINE
SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL :
GCW1069QS
GCW1069CS

Contents
1.IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
2.SPECIFICATIONS
3.FEATURES AND TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
4.PARTS IDENTIFICATION
5.INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
6.OPERATION
7.WIRING DIAGRAM/PROGRAM CHART
8.TROUBLESHOOTING
8-1. BEFORE PERFORMING SERVICE
8-2. QC TEST MODE
8-3. HOW TO CHECK THE WATER LEVEL FREQUENCY
8-4. HOW TO CHECK THE RPM
8-5. ERROR DISPLAY
8-6. DISPENSER
9. DIAGNOSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
10. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
11. EXPLODED VIEW
11-1-1. CABINET & CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY - COIN TYPE
11-1-2. CABINET & CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY - CARD TYPE
11-2. DRUM & TUB ASSEMBLY
11-3. DISPENSER ASSEMBLY
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LG WASHING MACHINE
SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL : WT-R857
WT-R807

Contents
1. Specifications
2. Installation Instructions
3. Operating Instructions
3-1. Identification of Parts
3-2. Before Starting to Wash
3-3. Function of Each Button
3-4. Washing Programs
3-5. Other Functions
3-6. Care and Maintenance
4. Service Information
4-1. Schematic Diagram
4-2. Wiring Diagram
4-3. Program Time Chart
4-4. Disassembly Instruction
4-5. Test Running without water
4-6. Trouble Shooting Methods against Common Washing Problems
4-7. Trouble Shooting Methods according to Error Message
4-8. How to Diagnose and Repair by Symptom
5. Exploded View
6. Replacement Part List
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Friday, September 2, 2011

Samsung Washing Machine WF-338* Error Code

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INFORMATION CODES
Information codes may be displayed to help you better understand what is occurring with your Washer.

CODE SYMBOL = dc
MEANING = Unbalanced load prevented your Washer from spinning.
SOLUTION = Redistribute the load, press the Start/Pause Button.

CODE SYMBOL = dL
MEANING = Door is unlocked when Washer is running.
SOLUTION = Press the Power button to turn off your Washer, then restart the cycle. If the code reappears, call for service.

CODE SYMBOL = d5
MEANING = Door is open when Washer is running.
SOLUTION = Close the door tightly and restart the cycle. If the code reappears, call for service.

CODE SYMBOL = FL
MEANING = Your Washer failed to lock the door.
SOLUTION = Close the door tightly and restart the cycle. If the code reappears, call for service.

CODE SYMBOL = Hr
MEANING = Water temperature control problem. (Heater Control problem)
SOLUTION = Call for service.

CODE SYMBOL = LE
MEANING = Your Washer has tried to fill but has not reached the proper water level.
SOLUTION = Call for service.

CODE SYMBOL = L0
MEANING = The door will not unlock.
SOLUTION = Make sure the door is firmly closed. Push the Power button to turn off your Washer, then turn it on again. If the code reappears, call for service.

CODE SYMBOL = E3
MEANING = Motor not running properly.
SOLUTION = Restart the cycle pressing the Start/Pause Button. If the code reappears, call for service.

CODE SYMBOL = nd
MEANING = Your washer is not draining. It can also mean that the unit senses a small clog while draining.
SOLUTION = Before calling for service, check the following.
1. Clean the filter. (see page 19)
or
1. Turn off the unit for 10 seconds and then turn it on again.
2. Select only the Spin Cycle.
3. Press the Start/Pause to drain the water. If it still does not drain, call for service.

CODE SYMBOL = nF
MEANING = Your Washer has tried to fill but was unsuccessful.
SOLUTION = Make sure the water faucets are open all theway. Check for kinked hoses.
Check the inlet screens on the fill hoses.

CODE SYMBOL = 5r
MEANING = Problem with control.
SOLUTION = Call for service.

CODE SYMBOL = PF
MEANING = Electric service was lost when Washer was running.
SOLUTION = Restart the cycle by pressing the Start/Pause Button.

CODE SYMBOL = 0E
MEANING = A fault is detected in the water level sensor.
SOLUTION = Call for service

CODE SYMBOL = E2
MEANING = Jammed Key.
SOLUTION = Call for service

CODE SYMBOL = bE
MEANING = Motor speed sensor problem.
SOLUTION = Restart the cycle. If the code reappears, call for service.

CODE SYMBOL = tE
MEANING = Temperature sensor problem.
SOLUTION = Restart the cycle. If the code reappears, call for service.

CODE SYMBOL = 3E
MEANING = High current detected.
SOLUTION = Restart the cycle. If the code reappears, call for service.

CODE SYMBOL = 2E
MEANING = High/Low voltage detected.
SOLUTION = Restart the cycle. If the code reappears, call for service.

CODE SYMBOL = 5Ud5
MEANING = Too many suds are detected during the washing session.
The unit is put on hold until the suds are reduced. Then, the unit will go back to the operation.
When it finishes washing, End and SUdS codes will blink in turn
SOLUTION = To prevent it, cut down on detergents.

For any codes not listed above, call 1–800–726–7864 (1–800–SAMSUNG)
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Thursday, September 1, 2011

LG Washing Machine WM2411HW Error Code

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MODEL : WM2411HW/WM2011H*/WM1811CW
WM2432HW/WM2032H*/WM1832CW
WM0532HW/WD-10210BD/WD-12210(5)BD
WM2444H*M/WM2442H*/WM2042CW
WM0642H*

If you press the START/PAUSE button when an error is displayed, any error except "PE" will disappear and the machine will go into the pause status.
In case of " PE, tE, dE " if the error is not resolved within 20 sec., or the in case of other errors,
if the error is not resolved within 4 min., power will be turned off automatically and the error code will blink. But in the case of "FE", power will not be turned off.

ERROR = WATER INLET ERROR
SYMTOM = I E
CAUSE = • Correct water level (2 level) is not reached within 8 minutes after water is supplied or it does not reach the preset water level within 25 minutes.

ERROR = IMBALANCE ERROR
SYMTOM = U E
CAUSE = • The load is too small.
• The appliance is tilted.
• Laundry is gathered to one side.
• Non distributable things are put into the drum.

ERROR = DRAIN ERROR
SYMTOM = 0 E
CAUSE = • Not fully drained within 10 minutes.

ERROR = OVER FLOW ERROR
SYMTOM = F E
CAUSE = • Water is overflowing (over 8 level).
¡ If "F E" is displayed, the drain pump will operate to the drain water automatically.

ERROR = PRESSURE SENSOR ERROR
SYMTOM = P E
CAUSE = • The SENSOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY is out of order.

ERROR = DOOR OPEN ERROR
SYMTOM = d E
CAUSE = • Door not all the way closed.
• Loose electrical connections at Door switch and
PWB Assembly.
• The DOOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY is out of order.

ERROR = HEATING ERROR
SYMTOM = t E
CAUSE = • The THERMISTOR is out order.

ERROR = OVER CURRENT ERROR
SYMTOM = C E
CAUSE = • MAIN PWB ASSEMBLY is out of order.
• Winding in the STATOR ASSEMBLY is short-circuited.

ERROR = LOCKED MOTOR ERROR
SYMTOM = L E
CAUSE = • 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.

ERROR = BALL SENSOR ERROR
SYMTOM = b E
CAUSE = • Loose Ball Sensor Connector.
• Ball Sensor is out of order.
¡ Displayed only when the START / PAUSE button is first pressed in the QC Test Mode.

ERROR = EEPROM ERROR
SYMTOM = E E
CAUSE = • EEPROM is out of order.
¡ Displayed only when the START / PAUSE button is first pressed in the QC Test Mode.

ERROR = POWER FAILURE
SYMTOM = P F
CAUSE = • The washer experienced a power failure.

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Whirlpool Duet Front Loading Automatic Washer Fault Codes

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Failure Code = FH
Fault Code Description = No water detected entering machine or pressure switch trip not detected
Solution = If after 30 seconds the control does not detect water entering machine and then valves will be turned off and the error code will be displayed.
Or
If the control has turned the water valves on and after 8 minutes the flow meter has detected 10.5 gallons of water passing through it, but has not detected the pressure switch trip, the valves will be turned off and the error code will flash.
Press PAUSE/CANCEL twice to clear the display.
Potential Causes
• If there is no water in the unit: - Make sure that both valves at the water source(s) are turned on all the way.
- Check for plugged or kinked inlet hoses or plugged screens in the inlet valves
- Verify inlet valve operation
• If there is water in the unit:
- Verify Drain pump operation
- Pressure Switch Hose is in good condition and properly connected to Tub and Pressure switch
• Verify there is not a siphon problem
• Verify wire harness connections to; Inlet Valves, Pressure Switch, Drain Pump, Flow Meter, and Central Control Unit (CCU)
• Check all hoses for possible leaks
• Verify pressure switch operation
• Verify flow meter operation
• Verify CCU operation Replace failed component

Failure Code = F02
Fault Code Description = Long Drain
Solution = If the drain time exceeds 8 minutes, the water valves are turned off and F02 is flashed. Press PAUSE/CANCEL twice to clear the display.
NOTE: After 4 minutes the “Sud” error will be displayed,
then 4 minutes later the F02 error code will be displayed.
Potential Causes
• Check the drain hose and make sure it is not plugged or kinked
• Check the electrical connections at the pump and make sure the pump is running.
• Check the drain pump filter for foreign objects
• If the above does not correct the problem replace the pump

Failure Code = F05
Fault Code Description = Water temperature sensor error
Solution = If during the water heating step in the wash cycle, the water temperature sensor (NTC) value is out of range, or the heating element circuit has failed, the F05 error code will be displayed.
Potential Causes
• Check the Water Temperature Sensor, Heating Element and Element Relay
• Check connections to the Sensor, Heating Element and Relay Replace failed component

Failure Code = F06
Fault Code Description = Drive motor tachometer error
Solution = The control is unable to properly detect motor speed and the machine will shut down. If a failure occurs during high-speed spin the door will be unlocked after 3 minutes.
Potential Causes
• Check wire harness connections between the Drive Motor/Tachometer and the Motor ControlUnit (MCU), and between the MCU and the Central Control Unit (CCU)
• Check the Drive Motor
• Check the MCU
• Check the Wire Harness Replace failed component.

Failure Code = F07
Fault Code Description = Motor control unit error
Solution = The Central Control Unit has detected a short in the motor control unit. If a failure occurs during high-speed spin the door will be unlocked after 3 minutes.
Potential Causes
• Check wire harness connections between the Drive Motor and the Motor Control Unit (MCU), and between the MCU and the Central Control Unit (CCU)
• Check the MCU
• Check the Drive Motor
• Check the Wire Harness Replace failed component.

Failure Code = F09
Fault Code Description = Overflow condition
Solution = If the Overflow contact on the pressure switch is Closed for more than 60 seconds an Overflow condition will occur. In an Overflow condition, the Door will remain locked, and the Drain Pump will run constantly, even if PAUSE/CANCEL is pressed twice and the Display is cleared. Unplug the unit to service.
Potential Causes
• Check the drain hose and make sure it is not plugged or kinked
• Check Wire Harness connections to the Drain Pump, Pressure Switch, and Central Control Unit (CCU)
• Check / Clean Drain Pump Filter of foreign objects
• Check for Drain Pump Failure
• Check the Inlet Valve for proper shut off
• Check the Pressure switch for proper operation Replace failed component.

Failure Code = F10
Fault Code Description = Motor Control Unit (MCU) heat sink thermal trip
Solution = If the thermal protector on the MCU heat sink gets too hot, it will open the thermal protector on the heat sink which will stop motor functions and an F10 will be displayed.
Potential Causes
• Check for Proper Installation, verify the unit is not located near a source of heat and has proper ventilation.
• Check Wire Harness connections to the MCU, the motor, and Central Control Unit (CCU)
• Check the Drive system for any worn or failed components
• Check MCU
• Check Motor Replace failed component.

Failure Code = F11
Fault Code Description = Serial communication error
Solution = Communication between the Central Control Unit (CCU) and the Motor Control Unit (MCU) cannot be sent correctly.
Potential Causes
• Check Wire Harness connections to the MCU, the motor, and Central Control Unit (CCU)
• Check the Drive system for any worn or failed components
• Check MCU
• Check CCU
• Check Motor
• Check Wire Harness Replace failed component.


Failure Code = F13
Fault Code Description = Dispenser circuit error
Solution = If the dispenser motor is not able to be driven to it’s proper position.
Potential Causes
• Check mechanical linkage from dispenser motor to the top of the dispenser.
• Check Wire Harness connections to the dispenser motor and Central Control Unit (CCU)
• Check Dispenser Motor Replace failed component.


Failure Code = F14
Fault Code Description = EEPROM error
Solution = The Central Control Unit (CCU) receives it’s data from an EEPROM onboard the CCU.
If there is an error reading this data it will cause this error.
Potential Causes
• A power glitch may cause this error. Try unplugging the Unit for two minutes to see if that fixes the error.
• Check CCU. Replace failed component.

Failure Code = F15
Fault Code Description = Motor Control Unit (MCU) error
Solution = If the MCU detects multiple resets or errors during a wash cycle it will go into this error mode. Potential Causes
• Check Wire Harness connections to the MCU, the motor, and Central Control Unit (CCU)
• Check Drive belt
• Check MCU
• Check Motor
• Check Wire Harness Replace failed component

Failure Code = Sud
Fault Code Description = SUDS LOCK (Overdose of detergent detected during the wash cycle)
Solution = The motor control unit senses a suds lock condition by analyzing the current draw on the drive motor. If “Sud” is displayed a potential suds lock is detected. This may signify a bad pump, an extra heavy load, excessive detergent, or excessive suds.
Potential Causes
• If too much detergent was used, run the unit through a Rinse/ Spin cycle then a Normal cycle without adding any detergent. This should clear the unit of the excess detergent.
• Check the drain hose and make sure it is not plugged or kinked
• Check Wire Harness connections to the Drain Pump, Pressure Switch, and Central Control Unit (CCU)
• Check / Clean Drain Pump Filter of foreign objects
• Check Drain Pump • Check the Pressure Switch
• Check CCU Replace failed component

Failure Code = FdL
Fault Code Description = Door lock error
Solution = A Door Lock Error occurs if the door cannot be locked. It will try to lock it 6 times before displaying the error.
Potential Causes
• Door Lock Mechanism broken or removed from the Door
• Check Door Lock/Switch Assembly
• Check the wire harness connections to the Door Lock/Switch Assembly and Central Control Unit (CCU)
• Door Lock/Switch Assembly Failure Replace failed component

Failure Code = FdU
Fault Code Description = Door unlock error
Solution = A Door Unlock Error occurs if the door cannot be unlocked. It will try to unlock the door 6 times before displaying the error.
Potential Causes
• Door Lock Mechanism broken.
• Check Door Lock/Switch Assembly for foreign objects
• Check Wire Harness connections to the Door Lock/Switch Assembly and Central Control Unit (CCU)
• Door Lock/Switch Assembly Failure Replace failed component.
Note: The door lock/switch assembly can be manually unlocked.
To Manually unlock the door lock system:
1. Unplug the power cord from the outlet.
2. Remove the lower toe panel.
3. Reach up along the inside of the front panel and locate the bottom of the door latch assembly.
4. Located on the bottom of the door latch assembly is a tear-drop shaped tab.
5. Gently pull the tab down about 1/4 inch or until a click is heard. 6. The door may now be opened.

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