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Electrical Shock Hazard Tip Over Hazard

Disconnect electric supply from Do not use dishwasher until appliance before servicing. completely installed.

Replace all panels before operating. Do not push down on open door.

Failure to do so can result in death Doing so can result in serious or electrical shock. injury or cuts.

NOTE: Even with the door open, there is line voltage at several points in the console and below the tub. Therefore, be sure to disconnect the power supply at the fuse box before replacing a component.

PRECAUTIONS TO BE OBSERVED BEFORE AND DURING SERVICING OF DISHWASHER

A. Static electricity discharge may cause damage to this control module. Touch a grounded metal object (cold water faucet, unpainted part of grounded appliance, etc.) to discharge any static electricity in your body before handling this control module.

B. Always check wiring harness and connectors before any test procedures. C. Disconnect power supply before touching the circuit board or re-seating 15 pin connector D. Voltage checks are made by inserting probes beside wires on 15 pin connector with the AC power

source applied and the 15 pin connector block plugged in. E. Resistance checks are made on components with the wiring harness disconnected.

The dishwasher has just had power applied The stuck key dwell time (time before the error message for the first time or power has been interrupted. is displayed) is 15 seconds, with the following exception. The door must be opened and closed or CANCEL must If the key becomes stuck while power is interrupted, and be selected to continue. Pressing CANCEL once will start the power is restored before the control memory is lost a two-minute drain period. Pressing CANCEL a second (within one to two hours), then the E2 error will take one time will terminate the drain period. If there is no water minute to appear. During this minute the CANCEL function in the machine, opening and closing the door will clear will work but the cycles and options will not work until the the power fail message without attempting to drain the stuck key is corrected. All display functions are off during machine. this minute.

This display message indicates that a key This message will appear in the display when other than the CANCEL key is stuck closed. the dishes are washed and the cycle com- Press and release around each key pad area to free the pleted or when the test procedure is completed. Pressing key that is stuck. The E2 message will go off when the the CANCEL DRAIN pad will clear the display. stuck key has been released. Dishwasher operation is disabled if any key remains stuck.

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SPECIFICATIONS MOTOR START RELAY PUMP & MOTOR ASSEMBLY 3369447 Electrical Supply: 9743201 (Under load) 60 Hz, 120 VAC.

Supply Water Flow Rate: To fill 2 quarts in 27 seconds, 120 PSI maximum, 20 PSI min.

Supply Water Temperature:

120 °- 160 °F. (Before starting a

cycle, run water from sink faucet until hot.)

Water Charge: 2.1 gallons (approx.).

Spray Arm Rotation: 25 to 50 rpm.

OPTIONS

Water Heat: At specific points in the washing cycle, the thermostat will “hold” or prevent the timer from advancing until the water is heated to a tem-

perature of 135° – 145°F.

No Heat Dry: Opens the circuit to the heating element during the dry cycle. Items will take longer to dry when this op- tion is used because the heating element is not on.

Cancel/Drain: Cancels any/all options selected and allows for new option selec- tions to be made, if desired.

REPAIR KITS

Dl22 Source 665:

Vinyl Rack Patch Kit No. 676453.

Tine Tip Kit No. 675679.

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO PLUG IN OR OPERATE THIS MACHINE WITHOUT

DOOR PANEL IN PLACE.

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DISHWASHER CIRCUITS DRAIN

The follow~ngind~viduacl ircuits are for use in diagnosis. UNE 120 V. 6OHZ Before staring diagnosis, check the line voltage and for blown fuses.

FILL AND WASH

UHE 120 V. 60HZ

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DIAGNOSTIC TEST CYCLE

A diagnostic test program is provided (see the Test Cycle Chart at right). It allows the machine control .functions to be exercised. The diagnostic test program may be started by using the key switches. If the display is not illuminated, press the OPTIONS key to start the display mode. To access the diag- nostic test program, press the WATER HEAT, SANI-RINSE, WATER HEAT, SANI-RINSE keys, all within 5 seconds, OR press WATERHEAT, AIR DRY, WATER HEAT, AIR DRY, all within 5 sec- onds. Total diagnostic test time is 26 min- utes.

The first test function is a one minute display diagnostic. All display elements are illumi- nated. The heater is on during the display diagnostic. It operates the heater in the dry mode, with no water in the dishwasher.

The second function is a five minute wash diagnostic. It operates the pump system, the water fill function, the detergent dispenser, and the heater. It operates the heater in the wash mode, with water in the dishwasher. A water heating thermal hold is included.

The third function is a fifteen minute rinse U CYCLE U diagnostic. It operates the pump system, the PERIOD 09 water fill function, and the rinse agent dis- CYCLE CYCLE penser. PERIOD 02 PERIOD 04

The fourth function is a four minute dry diag-

nostic. It operates the heater in the dry mode, TENS UNITS with no water in the dishwasher. 6 SANI-RINSE INDICATOR The SANI-RINSE indi-

The test automatically sets the options to WATER HEAT on, cator is illuminated when the SANI-RINSE option is

SANI-RINSE on, and HEAT DRY on. The options may be active. The indicator is off when the option is inac-

changed at any time by pressing the appropriate options tive.

function. 7 AIR DRY INDICATOR The AIR DRY indicator is

The diagnostic ‘time is indicated on the display. The 1:ime illuminated when the AIR DRY option is active. The

counts down as the test progresses. The diagnostic cycle indicator is off when the option is inactive.

may be manually advanced in one of two ways. To ad- 8 THERMAL HOLD The default status for this ther- vance to the next minute, press the DELAY key. To ad- mal hold is ON. It is selectable with the WATER vance to the next output interval, press the POTS & PANS HEAT option. The event interrupts the cycle timing key. and heats the water toward a set point tempera-

Notes: ture. When the set point is reached, the thermal hold terminates and cycle timing resumes. When 2 TIMED HEAT The water heater is on during this the water temperature fails to reach the set point interval only if the WATER HEAT option has been within an escape time limit, the thermal hold is ter- selected. minated. The default time is 90 minutes. The diag-

3 AIR DRY The default status for the dry period is nostic test start and cycle advance functions HEAT DRY ON. An AIR DRY option may be selected terminate this thermal hold.

by the operator. The AIR DRY option excludes the 9 DRY HOLD The default status for this thermal HEATER ON status during this interval. hold is ON. It is selectable with the HI-TEMP option.

5 WATER HEAT INDICATOR The WATER HEAT The water temperature thermostat does not termi- indicator is illuminated when the WATER HEAT op- nate this thermal hold. It is terminated by the de- tion is active. The indicator is off when the option is fault time out and by the diagnostic test start and inactive. cycle advance functions only. The default time is 90 minutes.

14 Heater is on if thermostat is open.

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CYCLE CHART AND NOTES

1. The POTS AND PANS cycle executes a thermal hold in this interval. The ther- mal hold terminates when the thermo- stat closes or the timed default elapses.

2. The WATER HEAT option is not available for the QUICK RINSE or LIGHT CHINA cycles.

3. The WATER HEAT option exerts a ther- mal hold in this interval. The thermal hold terminates when the thermostat closes or the timed default elapses.

4. A thermal hold occurs in this interval. The thermal hold terminates when the thermostat closes or the timed default elapses. The SANI-RINSE option exerts a timed heated rinse (and occasional extended non-heated rinse) in this in- terval immediately following the ther- mal hold. Cycle timing resumes following the SANI-RINSE event(s).

5. CYCLE COMPLETE and/or a SANl COM- PLETE indication occurs at the end of the cycle.

6. The heater is off during the DRY period when the AIR DRY option is selected.

7. The motor is off for five (5) seconds before reversing direction.

8. Thermal holds and timed heat prior to final rinse are turned off if SANI-RINSE option is selected.

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Dishwasher Dispenser 9. Referring to Fig. 5, use a screwdriver to gently Disassembly lnstructions release the lower tab and remove the detergent door actuator assembly. As you do, note the posi- 1. Unsnap the drip cover from the panel and remove tion of the door latch lever through the hole in the the drawbar spring. See Fig. 1. slide opening.

2. Referring to Fig. 2, grasp the lower edge of the 10. Remove the detergent door latch by carefully drawbar and pull it away from the panel stop. Slide spreading the latch snap locking tabs apart with the drawbar down until the drawbar holes align with a screwdriver while pushing firmly against the the locking tabs, then remove the drawbar. As you end of the door latch lever until the lever is re- do, note the locating tabs behind it, and how they leased through the hole. align with their respective locating holes. 11. Remove the slide and slide spring as shown in Fig. 6. 3. Turn the wet agent cap and seal assembly counter- clockwise and remove it. See Fig. 3. Dishwasher Dispenser Assembly lnstructions 4. Remove the seal .from the cap. 1. Refer to Fig. 6 and assemble the slide and slide 5. Use special tool or 314″ socket to press over attach- spring to the detergent door actuator. ing tabs in the wet agent cap opening. Remove wet agent dispenser assembly. 2. Refer to Fig. 5 and pass the detergent door latch lever through the panel, making sure to turn the 6. Remove wet agent dispenser actuator by spread- hook of the latch toward the main wash detergent ing 2 locking tabs, as shown in Fig. 4. door (see inset). Snap the detergent door latch snap onto the door latch lever. 7. Remove the actuator slide from the wet agent dis- penser actuator. CONTINUED…

8. Remove the diaphragm spring and diaphragm from the metering chamber.

Fig. 1 I Fig.

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Fig. 3 Fig. 4

Fig. 5

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3. Assemble so the detergent door latch lever will Fig. 6 pass through the opening in the slide. Press the ac- tuator assembly into position until the upper and lower tabs engage.

4. As shown in Fig. 4, insert the diaphragm and dia- phragm spring into the wet agent dispenser. Seat the diaphragm flush with the surface of the dis- penser.

5. Press the wet agent dispenser actuator into posi- tion on the dispenser so the locking tabs engage.

6. Install the actuator slide into the wet agent dis- penser actuator.

7. Referring to Fig. 3, press the wet agent dispenser assembly into position so the locking tabs engage the wet agent cap opening. No tool is needed for assembly.

8. Install the seal on the wet agent cap.

9. Insert the wet agent cap, turn it clockwise and close it.

10. Install the drawbar by referring to the details in Fig. 2. Be sure the actuator slide is positioned against the wet agent dispenser. Align the drawbar holes over the locking tabs. Look behind the drawbar and make sure to engage the locating tabs with their respective locating holes. Press the drawbar into position and slide it upward behind the locking tab ears.

11. Install the drawbar spring and snap the drip cover into place. See Fig. 1.

MANUFACTURED UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING UNITED STATES PATENTS

Disconnect electric supply from . NOTE: This sheet contains important Technical Service Data appliance before servicing. FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN ONLY Replace all panels before operating. DO NOT REMOVE OR DESTROY

1 Failure to do so can result in death FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN’S USE ONLY I or electrical shock. I

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