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WARNING Before servicing, perform the following checks: Electrical Shock Hazard Power cord is firmly plugged into a live Disconnect power circuit with proper voltage. Check before servicing. household fuses and circuit breakers. Replace all parts and panels before operating. Is washer in a Pause mode? See Pause Failure to do so can Mode, under GENERAL INFORMATION result in death or section below. electrical shock. Both hot and cold water faucets are Electrostatic Discharge open, water supply hoses and water inlet (ESD) screens are unobstructed.

Sensitive Electronics All tests/checks should be made with a VOM or DVM having a sensitivity of ESD problems are present 20,000 ohms per volt DC or greater. everywhere. ESD may damage or weaken the electronic control Check all connections before replacing assembly. The new control assembly components, looking for broken or loose may appear to work well after repair wires, failed terminals, or wires not is finished, but failure may occur at a pressed into connectors far enough. later date due to ESD stress. Resistance checks must be made with Use an anti-static wrist strap. power cord unplugged from outlet, and Connect wrist strap to green with wiring harness or connectors ground connection point or disconnected. unpainted metal in the appliance The most common cause for control OR failure is corrosion on connectors. Therefore, disconnecting and Touch your finger repeatedly to a reconnecting wires will be necessary green ground connection point or throughout test procedures. unpainted metal in the appliance. See TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE on Before removing the part from its page 2. package, touch the anti-static bag to a green ground connection GENERAL INFORMATION point or unpainted metal in the appliance. Cycle/Status Indicators

Avoid touching electronic parts or There are three red status indicators terminal contacts; handle (LEDs): one each for wash, rinse, and final electronic control assembly by spin. edges only. NOTE: A blinking signal in any cycle When repackaging failed indicates a Pause mode. electronic control assembly in anti-static bag, observe above Pause Mode instructions. The Pause mode can be used to interrupt any machine cycle. To initiate a Pause mode, press the START/PAUSE button. Any cycle/status indicator LEDs that were on before the START/PAUSE will flash every 1/2 second until the Pause mode is exited. To exit the Pause mode, press the START/PAUSE button again.

NOTE: If the machine stays in Pause mode for more than two hours, the microcontroller will shut the machine off.

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Soak Mode PROBLEM Possible Cause/Test

The Soak mode suspends the wash cycle WON’T START (Verify lid is closed.) for a timed interval before completion of the cycle. In order to alert the user that the 1. Verify unit is not in Pause or Service washing process hasn’t finished, the Wash mode. LED stays on, and if the START/PAUSE button is pressed, the last LED on blinks. 2. Unplug unit for more than 5 seconds, then plug back in. Long Fill Time 3. Unplug washer and verify continuity If, during any fill, the water has not reached between pins 6 and 4 of nine pin the selected level after 30 minutes, the connector with the lid closed.* control will disregard the program and shut off all LEDs and water inlet valves. If an open circuit is found, verify lid switch is operating properly by Long Drain Time measuring resistance across switch.*

If, during a drain cycle, the water level 4. Check resistance across motor windings switch does not detect a low water level and pump using resistance test. See condition after 14 minutes, the control Ohmmeter Resistance Check and shuts off (drain time is approximately Table 5, page 7.* 5 minutes). 5. With machine empty, verify continuity NOTES: between pin 6 of nine pin connector and pressure switch violet wire, and from pin The preferred diagnostic service test is the 6 to pressure switch pink wire.* Actuator and Switch Test. See page 4. CONTROL LOOPS THROUGH CYCLE Diagnostic refers to the 9 pin connector. REPEATEDLY Direct measurements over the 10 pin connector must be avoided to prevent ESD Unit is in Service mode. Unplug for more damages. than 5 seconds, then plug back in.

TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE WON’T FILL (Verify lid is closed.) 1. Check installation. Verify water supply. IMPORTANT: Possible Cause/Tests MUST be performed in the sequence shown for Verify valves turned on. each problem. 2. Unplug washer. PROBLEM Possible Cause/Test 3. Check screens on water valve. WON’T POWER UP (Verify lid is closed.) 1. Verify unit is not in Pause mode. 4. Actuate pressure switch from low to high water level. 2. Unplug unit for more than 5 seconds, then plug back in. 5. Perform Actuator and Switch Test, page 4.* 3. Verify the power cord is firmly plugged into a live circuit with the proper voltage. 6. Check resistance for water valve solenoids using resistance test. See NOTE: These checks are done with the Ohmmeter Resistance Check and washer unplugged. Table 5, page 7.*

4. Check continuity of the power cord from 7. Check connections on water valves. the plug to the Electronic Control board. If an open circuit is found within the 8. If above solutions fail, replace the power cord, replace the power cord. electronic control.

5. If continuity checks are good, continue WRONG WATER TEMPERATURE with the remaining Troubleshooting Tests 1. Verify water supply hoses are connected as needed. correctly. 2. Check water temperature from faucet. 3. Check for blocked screens. 4. Check harness wiring by wire color. 5. Check fill valve wiring.*

PART NO. 3968691 * See Strip Circuits on page 16. FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN’S USE ONLY

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PROBLEM Possible Cause/Test PROBLEM Possible Cause/Test

OVERFILLS WON’T SPIN (continued) 1. Verify water supply hoses are connected 3. Verify Water Level switch is reset by

correctly. disconnecting the hose to it. If this works, repeat step 1. 2. Check water level switch hose connections. 4. Actuate pressure switch from low to high water level. 3. Check water level switch using ohmmeter. 5. Blow into pressure switch hose.

4. Blow into pressure switch hose to tub to 6. Check resistance across motor windings dislodge lint in air dome. using resistance test. See Ohmmeter Resistance Check and Table 5, page 7.* 5. Do not adjust pressure switch screw. Adjusting pressure switch will cause 7. If resistance readings are OK and above flood. solutions fail, replace electronic control.

6. Check connections on pressure switch: SPINS AT WRONG SPEED 1. Check brake system. A. Check inlet valve to see if it closes securely (listen for valve leakage). 2. Verify actuator operation and that it is not jammed. B. Perform Actuator and Switch Test to verify pressure switch. See page 4. 3. If actuator does not operate during the Actuator and Switch Test for Pump and 7. If machine still overfills, replace pressure Brake Actuator, page 4, replace actuator. switch. 4. If no power at 9-pin connector and 8. If above solutions fail, replace electronic actuator resistance readings are OK, control. replace actuator. See Ohmmeter Resistance Check and Table 5, page 7. NOTE: Unit uses only two pressure switch wires, pink and violet. 5. Check transmission clutch system.

WON’T AGITATE OR AGITATES IN ONE WON’T DRAIN/SLOW DRAIN DIRECTION (Verify lid is closed.) 1. Perform Actuator and Switch Test for

1. Perform Actuator and Switch Test for Dry Pump and Brake Actuator. See page 4. Agitate. See page 4. 2. Check connections to pump. 2. Check resistance for clockwise and counterclockwise rotation using 3. Check pump using resistance test. See resistance test. See Ohmmeter Ohmmeter Resistance Check and Table Resistance Check and Table 5, page 7.* 5, page 7.*

3. If resistance readings are OK, 4. Clean pump. connections are good and above solutions fail, replace electronic control. 5. Check for lint in drain hose.

WRONG AGITATE SPEED 6. Repeat step 3.

Check belt tension. There should be light 7. If above solutions fail, replace electronic deflection (approximately 1/8″) when control. pressed. A loose belt will also cause a black mark on the inside of the cabinet. UNIT STOPS WITH LID OPEN

WON’T SPIN (Verify lid is closed.) Machine is designed to fill with lid open or closed. All other functions will be stopped NOTE: Unit has a drain cycle of with the lid open. When the lid closes, the approximately 5 minutes before spin. machine continues the cycle.

1. Perform Actuator and Switch Test for Spin. See page 4.

2. With machine empty, disconnect washer from power and verify continuity between pin 6 of nine pin connector and pressure switch violet wire, and from pin 6 to pressure switch pink wire.*

* See Strip Circuits on page 16.

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DIAGNOSTIC TEST PROGRAM TEMP WATER ACTION SELECT LEVEL The Diagnostic Test Program is intended to POSITION be an aid for authorized service personnel. There are two tests in the program, Water Inlet System & Water Level Switch accessed from the control board by following an appropriate entry sequence. CC Empty Warm fill Each test is only accessible after powering up the washer. Full Agitate

To end any diagnostic test and return Agitate Function to normal machine operation, unplug machine power cord from outlet for WC n/a Dry agitate more than 5 seconds, then plug back in. Spin Function Actuator and Switch Test Pump & brake (Preferred Service Test) Empty actuator operate, The Actuator and Switch Test can detect malfunctions in the following: HC spin

Transmission Full Pump & brake Water Inlet Valves actuator operate Clutch with Actuator Pump Pump & Brake Actuator Lid Switch WW n/a Pump & brake Each function is tested separately. actuator operate

NOTE: For this series of tests, the lid must Table 1 be closed. To test the Water Inlet System & Water 1. Set the TEMP SELECT switch to Level Switch, change TEMP SELECT Hot/Cold (HC). Note flat of shaft to CC and press START. With the tub position in relation to knob pointer empty, machine should warm fill. With position. See Figure 1A. the water level full, the machine should agitate. Press PAUSE to stop. 2. See Figure 1B and set the CYCLE SELECT switch so the flat on the shaft To test the Agitate Function, change faces position 1 (3 o’clock). TEMP SELECT to WC and press START. The machine should dry agitate. 3. Unplug machine power cord from Press PAUSE to stop. outlet for more than 5 seconds, then plug back in (lights may blink on and To test the Spin Function, change off) and wait 5 seconds before TEMP SELECT to HC and press START. proceeding. With the tub empty, the machine should pump, spin, and the brake actuator 4. Press and hold the START/PAUSE operate. With the water level full, the button. machine should pump and the brake actuator operate. Press PAUSE to stop. 5. Turn the CYCLE SELECT switch one step clockwise and release the To test the Pump and Brake Actuator, START/PAUSE button. change TEMP SELECT to WW and press START. The machine should 6. Referring to Table 1 and the following pump and brake actuator operate. text, check the actuators, starting and Press PAUSE to stop. stopping each test by pressing the START/PAUSE button: NOTE: CYCLE SELECT setting has no effect upon Actuator and Switch Test after the test has started.

To end this diagnostic test and return to normal machine operation, unplug machine power cord from outlet for more than 5 seconds, then plug back in.

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Interface Test Set the TEMP SELECT to all positions, noting corresponding LED indicators. The Interface Test tests the Rotary See Table 3. Switches. During this test, every position of each Rotary Switch is read and decoded CYCLE POSITION LED by the controller. The cycle/status indicator NO. (Turn Clockwise) INDICATOR LEDs display test results. 1 Spin 1. Set TEMP SELECT switch to Warm/ 2 Wash Warm (WW). Note flat of shaft position 3 Rinse in relation to knob pointer position. 4 Wash/Rinse See Figure 1A. 5 Spin 6 Wash/Spin 2. See Figure 1B and set the CYCLE 7 Rinse/Spin SELECT switch so the flat on the shaft 8 Wash/Rinse/Spin faces position 1 (3 o’clock). Table 2 3. Unplug machine power cord from outlet for more than 5 seconds, then TEMP SELECT LED plug back in (lights may blink on and POSITION INDICATOR off) and wait 5 seconds before proceeding. Warm/Warm (WW) Spin Hot/Cold (HC) Rinse 4. Press and hold the START/PAUSE Wash button. Warm/Cold (WC) All Off Cold/Cold (CC) 5. Turn the CYCLE SELECT switch one step clockwise and release the Table 3 START/PAUSE button. To end this diagnostic test and return 6. Referring to Figure 1 and Table 2, turn to normal machine operation, unplug the CYCLE SELECT switch clockwise machine power cord from outlet for to all positions, starting with position 1 more than 5 seconds, then plug back in. (3 o’clock), noting the corresponding LED indicators.

7. See Figure 1 and continue by testing the Temperature Switch: Turn the CYCLE SELECT switch so the flat on the shaft faces position 1 (3 o’clock).

NOTE: Remove switch Start-Pause Button knob to verify flat of shaft.

Water Level Switch

WC HC WW (note wide space) (note wide space) CC #1 Wire #1 #3 #3 Wire Flat of Shaft Flat of C CoWmimreon Position Shaft #2 #2 Wire Position #2 Wire #2 #1 C Connector #1 Wire to Circuit Board 4 TEMPERATURE Common to Connector (note polarity) Wire Circuit Board

(note polarity)

A TEMPERATURE SELECT (Switch shown in position 1) B CYCLE SELECT (Switch shown in position 1)

Figure 1

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CYCLE CHART (Cycle/interval times, in minutes, are shown in parentheses)

HEAVY PERMANENT HAND DRAIN

CYCLES DUTY REGULAR PRESS DELICATE SOAK WASH & SPIN

(18) (14) (10) (8) (30) (6) ONLY

Fill Until Full yes yes yes yes yes yes —

Agitate Normal (18) (14) (10) — (2) — —

Agitate Delicate — — — (8) — (6) SR* —

Soak — — — — (8) — —

1/2 Tub Drain — — yes — — — —

Fill — — yes — — — —

WASH Agitate Normal — — (2) — (2) — —

Soak — — — — (8) — —

Drain (4) (4) (4) (4) — (4) —

Subinterval Spin 1 time 1 time 1 time 1 time — 1 time — (See Fig. 2)

Spin (2) (2) — — — — —

Coast Down & Drain (1) (1) (1) (1) — (1) —

Fill yes yes yes yes — yes —

RINSE Agitate Normal (4) (4) (4) — (2) — —

Agitate Delicate — — — (4) — (4) SR* —

Soak — — — — (8) — —

Drain (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) —

Subinterval Spin 1 time 1 time 2 times 2 times 1 time 1 time — (See Fig. 2)

SPIN Subinterval Spin — — — — — — 1 time

Special (See Fig. 2A)

Spin (4) (4) — — (2) — (4)

Coast Down & Drain (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1)

* SR = Special Rate (Agitate Gentle 5 seconds ON and 10 seconds OFF until time finished)

Table 4

NORMAL OPERATIONS MODE The control does not allow the washer to agitate, pump or spin with the lid open. The normal operation mode sets the Filling is possible with the lid open or control to be used in the Normal washing closed. Opening the lid during a cycle will machine mode. This implies that the interrupt power to the machine. Once the washer can execute any cycle according lid is closed again, the cycle will resume to the selected model. Figures 2, 2A and from the point of interruption. Table 4 show the operating times of the various programs available in the control. SUB-INTERVAL SPIN TIME IN SECONDS

14.12 CYCLES 5 CYCLES

SUB-INTERVAL SPIN TIME IN SECONDS

3 20 20 ± 2 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 1 6 6 6

OFF 14 8 10 66 6 6 6

75 120 SEC. 60 SEC.

Figure 2 Figure 2A Spin Only S. I. S. Function Spin Only S. I. S. Special Function

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RESISTANCE VALUES

Part Tested Harness Pin Nos. or Part I.D. Resistance (Wire color code in parentheses) Reading

Harness/Power Cord 10 (G) to Power Cord – Gnd < 5 < 5 Harness/Power Cord 1 (W) to Power Cord - N < 5 800-1200 Harness/Power Cord 6 (BK) to Power Cord - L1 800-1200 10-20 Hot Valve * 5 (P) to 9 (BR) 5-10 5-10 Cold Valve * 5 (P) to 8 (Y/R) 18-25 20-25 Across motor windings * 7 (Y) to 3 (R) 450-850 Counterclockwise motor agitate * 4 (BK/W) to 7 (Y) Clockwise motor agitate & spin * 4 (BK/W) to 3 (R) Pump and Brake Actuator * 4 (BK/W) to 2 (BU) Pump At component terminals Brake Actuator At component terminals * Resistance measurement same at component terminals. Table 5 MANUAL TESTS Rotary Switch Test Ohmmeter Resistance Check The rotary switches can also be checked using an ohmmeter. Both CYCLE To check resistance using an ohmmeter, SELECT and TEMP SELECT switches are make sure unit is unplugged from supply. low voltage switches using 5 VDC. The See Figure 3 and Table 5. If any connection switches must be removed to perform an is out of range and is not operating ohmmeter check. See Figure 1 and Table 6 properly, check connection nearest the for switch positions and wire terminal component. If component is out of range, connections. replace suspect component. NOTE: All resistance readings must read 6 (BK) under 5000 ohms to be considered connected. Over 5000 ohms is considered not connected. 3 (R) CYCLE & TEMPERATURE 2 (BU) SELECTOR SWITCH LOGIC 5 (P) (BR) 9 1 (W) Wire Position No./Shaft Flat Location (Y/R) 8 7 (Y) 4 (BK/W) Lead Clockwise No. 12345678 (G) 10 1 –XX– –XX– 2 – –XXXX– – Figure 3 3 – – – –XXXX X = Connection To Common Table 6 FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY PART NO. 3968691 PAGE 8 TECH SHEET - DO NOT DISCARD PAGE 9 COMPONENT ACCESS Plastic Control Pan Tie Wrap Pressure Switch Washer Top Removal Washer Top Hose Attachment 1. Remove control knobs. Clamp Bleach Upper Water Hose Level Tube Control Knobs (Disconnect at Large Water Level Connector Block Switch) Tabs Locking Tab Ground Connector Bleach Water Level Switch Hose Mounting Screw Strain Small Water Level Steel Relief Connector Switch Mounting Channel Side REAR Block Circuit Barb Board (Front Cabinet Small Bracket) Wire Tie Plastic Ground Screw Connector Harness Clip Figure 4 Bleach Lid Nipple Switch 2. Remove (4) screws at rear of washer top. Locking Tab See Figure 4. Large Control Pan Connector Mounting Block Bracket Snubber Strap Seal Ground Mounting FRONT Pressure Connector Water Level Bracket Switch Hose Switch Wires (around post) Tab Clamp Bleach Steel Hose Mounting Rotary Channel Switches (Front Bracket) Tab Lock Snubber 3. Lift rear edge of top about 4". At Figure 6 Circuit Board and Rotary Switch Strap same time, hold down strain relief Removal and slide from slot in washer top, 5. Reach under top and unplug large REAR so it remains on top edge of connector from large connector block, 1. Remove washer top. See Washer Top cabinet. See inset in Figure 4, and then unplug ground terminal. Removal, at left. Figure 5 dismount wire tie. Squeeze (2) side PART NO. 3968691 barbs together and push wire tie 6. Referring to Figure 5, lift edge of washer 2. Turn top so control panel edge is near out of hole. Unclasp harness from top farther and carefully pull pressure you. See Figure 6. Remove (3) stainless plastic harness clip. switch hose from control pan nipple. steel control pan screws. Turn control pan NOTE: Nipple may break upon hose over and lay it toward right side. Leave 4. Pull bleach hose from bleach removal. upper water level tube connected to nipple in top. control pan nipple. 7. Lay washer top upside down on a soft surface to protect finish. PART NO. 3968691 FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY PAGE 10 TECH SHEET - DO NOT DISCARD Rear of Circuit Board Orient web Circuit Board to rear of circuit board Connector Block Connector REMOVE Rotary Switch Push Down and Turn Locking Tab INSTALL Detent Mounting Notch Socket Seal Figure 7 3. Unplug small connector from small remove it from control panel. If connector block. necessary, pull the connector of each rotary switch from the connector block 4. Slide both connector blocks out of on the circuit board. mounting slots. Water Level Switch Removal 5. Pull connectors from terminals on water level switch. 1. Remove washer top. See Washer Top Removal, page 8. 6. Remove water level switch mounting screw, freeing ground connector and 2. Remove (3) control pan screws. See water level switch. Figure 6. Turn control pan over and lay it to one side. Pull upper water level 7. Pull other ground connector from tube from nipple on water level switch. terminal on steel mounting channel. 3. Pull connectors from terminals on 8. Remove (5) circuit board mounting water level switch. screws. Raise near edge of circuit board. See Figure 7 and lift locking 4. Remove water level switch mounting tab on each rotary switch, turning screw, freeing ground connector and switch 45° counterclockwise, and water level switch. PART NO. 3968691 FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY TECH SHEET - DO NOT DISCARD PAGE 11 "D" Tub Ring C H Water Inlet Assembly Hose Clamp "C" C Plastic "B" (Note Film H Clamp Shield Orientation) Water Valve Water Valve Mounting Plate Inset - Top View "A" Figure 8 Water Inlet Components Removal 1. Remove washer top. See Washer Top 4. Remove (2) water valve mounting Removal, page 8. plate screws (labeled "A"). 2. Referring to Figure 8, first remove (2) 5. Rotate mounting plate toward inside water inlet screws (labeled "D"), of cabinet and remove assembly, then remove water inlet hose clamp including plastic film shield. (labeled "C"), and set hose aside. 6. Remove (2) valve mounting screws 3. Remove wiring connectors from (labeled "B") from plate. Remove solenoid valve terminals. valve. FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY PART NO. 3968691 PAGE 12 TECH SHEET - DO NOT DISCARD COMPONENT INSTALLATION 2. Push the connector of each rotary switch onto its connector block on the Washer Top Installation circuit board, orienting connector web to rear of circuit board. 1. Lift rear edge of top and place slot of steel mounting channel over plastic 3. Push ground connector onto terminal spacers on top front lip of washer on steel mounting channel. See cabinet. See Figure 9. Figure 6. Washer Top 4. Install water level switch mounting screw through other ground connector Steel Mounting and water level switch. Channel 5. Route (2) water level switch wires Washer Front around circuit board mounting post. See Figure 6. Plastic Spacer Figure 9 6. Install (5) circuit board mounting screws. 2. Route pressure switch hose so it passes to washer-front side of snubber strap, 7. Push connectors onto correct and push it onto control pan nipple. See terminals on water level switch (pink to Figure 5. "P", violet to "V"). 3. Slide clamp over bleach hose. Route 8. Slide both connector blocks into their hose so it passes to washer-front side mounting slots. of snubber strap, and push onto bleach nipple in washer top. Install 9. Plug small connector into small clamp. See Figure 5. connector block. 4. Plug in ground terminal, and plug 10. Slide control pan tabs into slot in steel large connector into large connector mounting channel. Install (3) control block. See far left inset in Figure 6. pan screws. 5. Fasten harness in harness clip and 11. Replace control knobs. push barbed end of wire tie up into hole in top flange of cabinet side. See Water Level Switch Installation inset in Figure 4. 1. Slide water level switch mounting 6. Lower washer top and guide strain bracket tab into mounting slot. relief so it enters slot in top. Install (4) screws at rear of washer top. See 2. Install mounting screw through ground Figure 4. connector and water level switch bracket. See Figure 6. 7. Replace control knobs. 3. Route (2) water level switch wires Circuit Board and Rotary around circuit board mounting post as Switch Installation shown in Figure 6. 1. Install each rotary switch by first 4. Push upper water level tube onto orienting switch as shown in Figure 7. nipple on water level switch. Insert switch into mounting socket in control panel, then turn it clockwise 5. Install (3) control pan screws. until locking tab engages detent notch. PART NO. 3968691 FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY TECH SHEET - DO NOT DISCARD PAGE 13 Water Inlet Components 3. Install (2) mounting screws (labeled Replacement "A") through cabinet, film and mounting plate. 1. Install (2) mounting screws (labeled "B") through water valve mounting 4. Push wiring connectors onto water plate into valve. See Figure 8. valve terminals (red double connector onto top terminals, white double 2. Wrap plastic film shield around water connector onto bottom terminals). valve as shown in inset of Figure 8. Assemble with film shield into position 5. Install water inlet assembly by first in cabinet hole. installing hose clamp (labeled "C"), then (2) water inlet screws (labeled "D"). Related Components Console Assembly Console Assembly (Figure 10) Tub Ring (Figure 11) Overflow Tube (Figure 11) Water Inlet Assembly (Figure 11) NOTE: Tabs may Tabs break upon removal. Figure 10 Tub Ring Retainer Water Inlet Tab Assembly Retainer Hole Overflow Tube Figure 11 PART NO. 3968691 FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY PAGE 14 TECH SHEET - DO NOT DISCARD NOTE: Remove switch Start-Pause Button knob to verify flat of shaft. Water Level Switch WC HC WW (note wide space) (note wide space) CC #1 Wire #1 #3 #3 Wire Flat of Shaft Flat of C CoWmimreon Position Shaft #2 #2 Wire Position #2 Wire #2 #1 C Connector #1 Wire to Circuit Board 4 TEMPERATURE Common to Connector (note polarity) Wire Circuit Board (note polarity) A TEMPERATURE SELECT (Switch shown in position 1) B CYCLE SELECT (Switch shown in position 1) TEMPERATURE SELECTOR CYCLE & TEMPERATURE SELECTOR SWITCH LOGIC Position No. Temperature Position No./Shaft Flat Location 1 CC (Cold Wash and Cold Rinse) Wire Clockwise Lead No. 2 WC (Warm Wash and Cold Rinse) 12345678 3 HC (Hot Wash and Cold Rinse) 1 –XX– –XX– 4 WW (Warm Wash and Warm Rinse) 2 – –XXXX– – 3 – – – –XXXX X = Connection To Common SELECTOR DESCRIPTION # of Positions Separation Angle Usable Position 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Cycle Selector 8 45° Temperature Selector 1, 2, 3, 4 4 45° MANUFACTURED UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE MANUFACTURED UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING U. S. PATENTS: FOLLOWING CANADIAN PATENTS: D 268,183 3,854,308 4,003,613 4,254,640 4,432,528 1,022,764 1,126,536 1,244,255 3,576,117 3,856,036 4,005,882 4,254,641 4,452,054 1,125,045 1,160,855 1,287,338 3,636,734 3,863,467 4,068,503 4,262,870 4,491,210 1,131,928 1,237,291 1,121,789 3,678,714 3,880,188 4,118,957 4,268,098 4,495,960 1,199,202 1,275,820 1,128,597 3,681,947 3,884,493 4,129,018 4,288,671 4,520,638 1,274,701 1,117,778 1,199,201 3,696,970 3,939,674 4,137,736 4,291,556 4,545,947 1,298,988 1,128,596 1,264,080 3,774,418 3,953,146 4,137,737 4,306,841 4,566,295 1,115,977 1,162,757 1,290,161 3,798,931 3,987,508 4,155,228 4,324,035 4,715,401 3,798,932 3,987,651 4,163,457 4,357,813 4,715,402 3,818,729 3,987,652 4,164,130 4,366,902 4,719,770 3,847,812 4,000,631 4,174,622 4,430,871 AND RELATED FOREIGN PATENTS, ADDITIONAL APPLICATIONS PENDING. PART NO. 3968691 FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY TECH SHEET - DO NOT DISCARD PAGE 15 WIRING DIAGRAM Y COUNTERCLOCKWISE 7 MOTOR R CLOCKWISE 3 CAPACITOR ELECTRONIC BU 2 PUMP CONTROL BRAKE/CLUTCH BK/W 4 BK/W Y/R 8 COLD SOLENOID CYCLE WATER SELECTOR 1 HOT SOLENOID VALVE BR 9 2 3 LT-BR LID SWITCH OPEN COMMON P/EMPTY WATER LEVEL TEMPERATURE SWITCH V SELECTOR 1 2 EMPTY 5 COMMON LT-BR BK 6 BLACK L1 W 1 WHITE DC LOW NEUTRAL VOLTAGE 10 GREEN GROUND Harness Pin Connector ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS KEY Electrical Component Part No. 6 (BK) CONTROL BOARD 3968305 3429938 3 (R) CAPACITOR 3934201 2 (BU) 3967956 5 (P) MOTOR 3970266 1 (W) 3966789 7 (Y) 4 (BK/W) PUMP 3967755 CLUTCH/BRAKE ACTUATOR 3360396 3966208 (G) 10 (BR) 9 WATER LEVEL 4 Levels 3966202 (Y/R) 8 SWITCH 3970349 WATER VALVE Portable Model 3970204 Hot & Cold 3970203 Stationary Model 3970202 TEMP SELECT 4 Temperature CYCLE 8 Position SELECTOR HARNESS HARNESS, WATER LEVEL HARNESS, LID SWITCH HARNESS, CONTROL BOARD FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY PART NO. 3968691 PAGE 16 TECH SHEET - DO NOT DISCARD STRIP CIRCUITS The following individual circuits are for use in diagnosis. FILL SPIN Y/R 8 COLD SOLENOID ELECTRONIC R CLOCKWISE 3 CAPACITOR MOTOR WATER CONTROL 2 PUMP ELECTRONIC CONTROL BR 9 HOT SOLENOID VALVE BU LID SWITCH BK/W BRAKE/CLUTCH LT-BR 4 BK/W WATER LEVEL SWITCH V P/EMPTY LID SWITCH LT-BR P/EMPTY L1 WATER LEVEL EMPTY SWITCH V 5 LT-BR EMPTY L1 BK 6 BLACK NEUTRAL W 1 WHITE BK 6 BLACK 10 GREEN NEUTRAL W 1 WHITE 10 GREEN GROUND GROUND AGITATE DRAIN ELECTRONIC COUNTER- ELECTRONIC BU 2 PUMP CONTROL Y CLOCKWISE 7 CONTROL R CLOCKWISE 3 CAPACITOR MOTOR BK/W BRAKE/CLUTCH BK/W 4 BK/W 4 BK/W LT-BR LID SWITCH LT-BR LID SWITCH WATER LEVEL WATER LEVEL SWITCH V SWITCH V LT-BR P/EMPTY L1 EMPTY LT-BR BK 6 BLACK L1 BK 6 BLACK NEUTRAL W 1 WHITE NEUTRAL W 1 WHITE 10 GREEN 10 GREEN GROUND GROUND PART NO. 3968691 FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY