tech-sheet-8528833
FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN’S USE ONLY FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN’S USE ONLY FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN’S USE ONLY PAGE 1

PART NO. 8528833 WIRING DIAGRAM USER INTERFACE SWITCH MATRIX

NOTE: This sheet contains important N.O. LINE 120 V 60HZ N.O. Note: Switches may not appear on all models, ID’s vary by model. Technical Service Data W Note: Names of cycles vary by model. See Model Specific Cycle Name Key on the other side. T BK BK W W-V FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN ONLY DOOR SWITCH DO NOT REMOVE OR DESTROY TCO DOOR SWITCH USED ONLY ON ID01 SW3 SW6 SW9 SW12 SW15 98°C (208°F) 3369325 SOME MODELS, 3369325 G OTHERWISE OPEN 3376359 (SEE TABLE) D6 CYCLE 5 SANI RINSE DELAY START HIGH TEMP T (WHERE SCOUR/SCRUB P8 APPLICABLE)

USER P1-11 INTERFACE * ELECTRONIC CONTROL (SEE TABLE) ID02 SW2 SW5 SW8 SW11 SW14 CANCEL CYCLE 2 3384563 P1 NUMERIC DISPLAY D7 CYCLE 6 HIGH TEMP CYCLE 4 (SEE TABLE) or WASH

PRECAUTIONS TO BE 8528806 OBSERVED BEFORE AND (TRIACS AND RELAYS SHOWN) P1-12 DURING SERVICING OF DISHWASHER Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) N.O. P6 W-R W-V ID03 SW1 SW4 SW7 SW10 ID00 Sensitive Electronics K2 N.C. A. Even with the door open, there is line voltage at OR several points in the console and below the ESD problems are present everywhere. ESD may N.O. tub. Therefore, be sure to disconnect the power damage or weaken the electronic board. The new K3 D8 CYCLE 7 CYCLE 1 CYCLE 3 AIR DRY D9 supply at the fuse box before replacing a board may appear to work well after repair component. is fi ni shed, but failure may occur at a later date HI-LIMIT THERMOSTAT HEATER ELECTRONIC CONTROL CONNECTOR PINS due to ESD stress. OPENS 77°C – 83°C (171°F – 181°F) 800/500W PTC B. Always check wiring harness and connectors PIN DESCRIPTION WIRE P1-13 before any test procedures. s Use an anti-static wrist strap. Connect wrist 3371618 15 – 30 NUMBER COLOR D5 strap to green ground connection point or C. Disconnect power supply before touching the unpainted metal in the appliance P9 BU-BK 8519830 Ribbon Cable to — D1 D2 D3 D4 circuit board or re-seating control connectors. -OR- User Interface Touch your finger repeatedly to a green ground (ASSEMBLY) P1 O-GY D. Voltage checks are made by inserting probes connection point or unpainted metal in the GY-O beside wires on the connector with the AC power appliance. W-V O-BK source applied and the connector blocks plugged LBU in. s Before removing the part from its package, USED ONLY ON VENT ACTUATOR ASM. P2-1 Pressure Switch (Soil Sense) touch the anti-static bag to a green ground SOME MODELS, 600 – 1800 BR E. Resistance checks are made on components connection point or unpainted metal in the OTHERWISE OPEN P2-2 Thermistor/Thermostat BU P1-1 P1-2 P1-3 P1-4 P1-5 P1-6 with the wiring harness disconnected. appliance. 9742770 Y (SEE TABLE) GY s Avoid touching electronic parts or terminal W-R contacts; handle electronic board by edges only. P10 R-BK P2-3 Detergent Dispenser W-V P3 BU T s When repackaging failed electronic board in N.O. P2-4 Rinse Aid Dispenser anti-static bag, observe above instructions. K1 BU-BK

BU P2-5 Fill Valve R-BK

SENSE RESISTOR MAIN WINDING P3 Motor Main Winding <1 2.0 – 3.4 P5 GY P4 Motor Aux Winding - Wash Q6 GY P5 Motor Aux Winding - Drain DRAIN WINDING P6 Switched L1 to Heater 4.2 – 7.0 P4 Y Y PUMP & MOTOR P7 AC Neutral Q5 ASSEMBLY WASH WINDING (SEE TABLE) P8 L1 WIRING DIAGRAM AND MODEL SPECIFIC ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS KEY 4.2 – 7.0 Switched L1 to Vent, P2-3 O-BK VENT * FILL VALVE * WATER Q1 P9 Fill Valve, Dual Dispenser, MODEL WIRING USER NUMERIC ACTUATOR PUMP & MOTOR PRESSURE NUMBER HARNESS INTERFACE DISPLAY ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLY 8274220 SWITCH TEMPERATURE DETERGENT & Pressure Switch 8275395 N/A SENSOR 600 – 1800 1782x 8275394 3384833 or N/A N/A 3385004 8283345 BU-BK Switched L1 to 1x63x 3385147 3380871 3378083 RINSE AID Motor Common 1x65x (Energy Star) 8275391 3383825 3385006 (Thermostat) P2-4 LBU 600 – 1800 DUAL WAX P10 1x68x 3384551 or N/A Q2 MOTOR 1x71x 8275392 3385148 9743158 SPECIFICATIONS OTHER CONTROL delay time selection and then back to no 3374501 8275395 (Thermistor) FEATURES delay. 1x73x, 1x76x 8275394 3384552 or Electrical Supply: P2-5 BR BR-W N.O. BU-BK 8275391 3385149 9743158 (Under load) 60 Hz, 120 VAC. CANCEL/DRAIN: n For models with a Start key, the Q3 1x75x 3385150 (Thermistor) Terminates current active cycle and clears delay will begin clocking down upon * FILL VALVE OVERFILL SW. 1682x, 1582x 3384406 3385007 8283346 Supply Water Flow Rate: cycle selections. Executes 2-minute drain selecting the Start key. P2-1 O-GY 3384549 To fill 1.9 liters (2 quarts) in 27 seconds, upon first selection if water is likely to be 695 – 995 3369067 FLOAT (IN 1x83x 120 PSI maximum, 20 PSI minimum. left in sump. Subsequent selections toggle n For models without a Start key, the (W) (SEE TABLE) NORMAL POSITION) DP940 8269364 between 2-minute drains and going to delay period will begin upon selecting P7 W-V DU940, DU945, IKU586 Supply Water Temperature: standby. the Cycle key. N.O. BU-BK CLOSES SWITCH DU948 8269521 9742770 49° to 71° C (120° to 160° F) (Before DU950, DU951, DUL200 8269362 N/A starting a cycle, run water from sink faucet CONTROL LOCK: The cycle selected will begin automatically PRESSURE SWITCH USED ONLY ON DU960 8269358 3385002 8274220 N/A until hot.) The Control Lock light is turned on and all upon completing the delay period. (SOIL SENSOR) SOME MODELS, 3385007 8283345 3380871 keys of the keyboard are disabled OTHERWISE OPEN Water Charge: whenever the Control Lock feature is ERROR MESSAGES 3380871 (SEE TABLE) 8.3 liters (2.2 gallons) / fill approx. (Less for invoked by the customer. The Control Lock IEC Normal and Water Miser/Low Energy feature (and light) can be turned on or off STUCK KEY: P2-2 GY-O (W) N.O. cycles) by the customer at any time by holding If the control detects that a key is stuck in down the Air Dry option key for 4 seconds. the depressed position, dishwasher W-V * DENOTES ENERGY EFFICIENT COMPONENTS. DO NOT SUBSTITUTE. Lower Spray Arm Rotation: 25 to 40 rpm. operation will be suspended and the Upper Spray Arm Rotation: 18 to 30 rpm. DELAY START: control will flash the light for that key until T Allows the customer to delay the start of a the condition is corrected. If a key without REPAIR KITS cycle. Each press of the Delay key a light is stuck/shorted or multiple keys are SCHEMATIC SHOWN WITH * THERMISTOR WATER * OPERATING THERMOSTAT increases the delay to the next available stuck/shorted, the control will flash the DOOR SWITCH AND ALL n Vinyl Rack Patch Kit No. 676453 Rinse cycle key light. OTHER NORMALLY OPEN 47 – 53K @ 25°C/77°F TEMPERATURE SENSOR CLOSES 57°C – 63°C n Tine Tip Kit No. 675679 CONTACTS OPEN. 12 – 13K @ 60°C/140°F DEPENDS ON MODEL (135°F – 145°F) (SEE TABLE) 9743158 3378083 DISHWASHER CIRCUITS ARTICULATED VENT ASSEMBLY & ARTICULATED VENT ASSEMBLY & ELECTRONICS COVER REMOVAL ELECTRONICS COVER REINSTALLATION The following individual circuits are for use in diagnosis. Before starting diagnosis, check the line voltage and check for blown fuses. 1. Disconnect electrical power from dishwasher. 1. Reinstall electronics cover by sliding it into position L1 FILL FLOAT (IN NORMAL POSITION) N DRAIN above controls and pressing down till snap tab holds 2. Refer to Figure 1. Open dishwasher door and insert it in place. (Figure 2 shows cover removal.) CLOSES SWITCH L1 N the end of a screwdriver into the notch in the vent louver. Push counter-clockwise to rotate louver 2. Reinstall the vent assembly. Refer to Figure 2 and BK T T N.O. N.O. BR-W BR W-V W N.O. MAIN WINDING approximately 1/8 turn to release it. Remove louver reconnect two (2) electrical harness wire leads to BU-BK 2.0-3.4 and set aside for later reinstallation. the wax motor terminals. Place seal ring in seal ring P8 P9 P2-5 P7 BK T T R-BK BU P3 P7 W-V W groove of vent assembly, and lower vent assembly SENSE 3. Remove eight (8) screws around perimeter of the into place. DOOR K3 RELAY FILL VALVE DOOR DOOR P8 P10 PUMP DRAIN inner door panel and remove panel. See Figure 1. SWITCH ELECTRONIC CONTROL 695 - 995 SWITCH SWITCH & MOTOR WINDING RESISTOR 3. Reinstall inner door panel. Align it in place over the TCO Q3 TRIAC TCO K1 RELAY ASSEMBLY 4.2-7.0 <1 DOOR 4. To remove the vent assembly, refer to Figure 2 and vent assembly, and reinstall eight (8) screws around 98°C (208°F) ELECTRONIC CONTROL 98°C (208°F) disconnect two (2) electrical harness wire leads the inner door panel perimeter. See Figure 1. OVERFILL SW. GY P5 SWITCH from wax motor terminals. Lift out the vent assembly, retaining the seal ring for later 4. Align vent louver over vent assembly, and turn ELECTRONIC CONTROL reinstallation. louver clockwise by hand to engage vent assembly. Q6 TRIAC 5. To access electronic controls, press in on snap tab 5. Insert the end of a screwdriver into the notch in the ELECTRONIC CONTROL at end of electronics cover to release, then lift cover vent louver. Push clockwise to rotate louver up at tab end as you slide cover out. See Figure 2. approximately 1/8 turn to lock it in position. See L1 WASH / RINSE N L1 WATER HEATING PUMP IS ALSO WASHING DURING WATER HEATING PERIODS (SEE WASH/RINSE) N Figure 1. MAIN WINDING N.O. 6. Reconnect electrical power to dishwasher. 2.0 - 3.4 P8 Electronics BK T T N.O. R-BK BU W-V W BK T T K2 RELAY W-R N.C. OR W-V W Cover P8 P10 P3 P6 DOOR P7 HI-LIMIT THERMOSTAT SWITCH OPENS 77°C - 83°C TCO K1 RELAY WASH SENSE DOOR DOOR TCO HEATER DOOR 98°C (208°F) WINDING RESISTOR SWITCH SWITCH 98°C (208°F) (171°F -181°F) 15 - 35 SWITCH PUMP 4.2-7.0 800/500W PTC ELECTRONIC CONTROL & MOTOR <1 ELECTRONIC CONTROL ASSEMBLY Y P4 Q5 TRIAC ELECTRONIC CONTROL GY-O (W) ELECTRONIC P2-2 W-V ELECTRONIC Seal CONTROL P7 CONTROL Ring T THERMISTOR Clockwise Snap 47-53K @25°C/77°F to Lock Tab 12-13K @60°C/140°F N.O. (W) WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR W-V Counter-Clockwise to Release DEPENDS ON MODEL GY-O (SEE TABLE) DISPENSER (DETERGENT & RINSE AID) N OPERATING THERMOSTAT CLOSES 57°C - 63°C L1 (135°F -145°F) DUAL WAX MOTOR Notch BK T T N.O. BU-BK Q1 TRIAC W-V W P8 P9 O-BK P2-3 P7 K3 RELAY DETERGENT DOOR TCO 600 - 1800 DOOR SWITCH 98°C (208°F) SWITCH HEAT DRY Vent Louver ELECTRONIC CONTROL LBU L1 P2-4 Inner N Door Panel Harness Wire Leads Location RINSE AID Q2 TRIAC Figure 2 600 - 1800 ELECTRONIC CONTROL BK T T N.O. W-R N.C. OR W-V W Vent P6 Assembly DOOR P8 HEATER DOOR SWITCH TCO K2 RELAY 15 - 35 SWITCH (8) 98°C (208°F) 800/500W PTC Inner Door Panel ELECTRONIC CONTROL HI-LIMIT THERMOSTAT OPENS 77°C - 83°C Screws (171°F -181°F) Figure 1 VENT L1 (USED ONLY ON SOME MODELS, OTHERWISE OPEN. SEE TABLE) N SOIL SENSING (USED ONLY ON SOME MODELS, OTHERWISE OPEN. SEE TABLE) L1 PUMP IS ALSO WASHING DURING SENSING PERIODS (SEE WASH / RINSE) MANUFACTURED UNDER ONE OR MORE OF THE MANUFACTURED UNDER ONE OR FOLLOWING UNITED STATES PATENTS: MORE OF THE FOLLOWING CANADIAN PATENTS: T N.O. BK T BU-BK W-V W N.O. BU-BK N.O. 4,319,598 4,732,431 4,822,241 5,031,651 5,330,102 BK T T O-GY 4,319,599 4,746,177 4,834,125 5,033,659 5,474,378 1,278,461 2,033,506 DOOR P8 P9 ELECTRONIC 4,350,306 4,753,570 4,848,382 5,039,828 5,637,938 1,288,666 2,049,828 SWITCH DOOR P8 P9 P2-1 CONTROL 4,418,868 4,758,057 4,927,033 5,069,360 5,881,906 1,288,667 2,053,752 TCO K3 RELAY VENT DOOR SWITCH 4,449,765 4,765,697 4,991,611 5,158,346 5,882,739 1,288,688 2,058,213 98°C (208°F) SWITCH K3 RELAY 4,559,959 4,776,620 5,005,740 5,165,433 5,900,070 2,001,663 2,075,251 ACTUATOR TCO 4,693,526 4,802,934 5,018,550 5,165,435 2,017,386 2,115,475 ELECTRONIC CONTROL 600 - 1800 98°C (208°F) ELECTRONIC CONTROL PRESSURE 4,732,323 4,805,647 5,031,649 5,202,582 2,022,831 SWITCH DES67168 (SOIL SENSOR) SWITCH CLOSES WHEN DES314,256 DES320,489 DES393,333 DES391,696 SIGNIFICANT SOILS ACCUMULATE IN PUMP OTHER PATENTS PENDING OTHER PATENTS PENDING FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN'S USE ONLY PAGE 2 COMMON CYCLE TIME CHART PERIOD 1 PERIOD 2 PERIOD 3 PERIOD 4 (a) PERIOD 4 (b) PERIOD 5 PERIOD 6 DIAGNOSTICS CYCLE TIME CHART PRE-WASH / PRE-RINSE PRE-RINSE MAIN WASH RINSE PURGE FINAL RINSE DRY INTERVAL 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7654321 0 CYCLE 1 INTERVAL 8 7654321 0 INTERVAL TIME (min:sec) NOTES 1,14,15,16,17 CYCLE BUTTON LIGHTS HIGH SOIL MEDIUM SOIL SOIL SENSE THERMAL HOLD SOIL SENSE THERMAL HOLD THERMAL HOLD THERMAL HOLD POTS & PANS / ANTI-BACTERIA S LOW SOIL OR NON-SENSOR MODEL (default 6:00 max) & SOIL SENSE (default 6:00 max) & SOIL SENSE (default 20:00 Max) (anti-bac 40:00 max) HEAVY/POTS PANS T NUMERIC CYCLE TIME DISPLAY (default 25:00 max) (default 20:00 max) NORMAL/HEAVY A (p&p 25:00 max) W. MISER N CYCLE 2 CHINA / LIGHT WASH D anti-bac [155°F/68°C] QUICK WASH / TIME SAVER B INTERVAL TIME (min:sec) p&p [140°F/60°C] RINSE CYCLE/QUICK RINSE Y 2:00 0:05 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 0:05 CANCEL DRAIN 2:00 2:00 OPTION BUTTON LIGHTS 0:05 0:05 HI TEMP SCRUB/SCOUR 1:55 HI TEMP WASH 6:00 SANI RINSE 5:00 NO HEAT DRY / AIR DRY 0:00 DELAY 0-2 HR 0:05 DELAY 2-4 HR 2:00 DELAY 4-6 HR 2:00 0:05 6:00 6:00 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 1:00 1:30 7:30 0:05 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 85 - 97 : 00 w/o Th.Holds soil sensed soil sensed [140°F/60°C] 91 - 97 : 00 w/o Th.Holds soil sensed [135°F/57°C] [140°F/60°C] w/o Th.Holds [140°F/60°C] 87 : 00 [135°F/57°C] 67 NOTE 5 85 83 83 83 83 83 81 79 79 79 79 79 77 75 75 75 73 67 62 62 62 60 58 58 52 46 46 42 42 42 42 41 40 32 32 30 24 2 16 14 8 6 62 52 52 50 48 48 48 46 Special Adjustments for Hi Temp Scrub/Scour (Note 14) -->

NOTES 1,14,15,16,17

SOIL SENSE THERMAL HOLD SOIL SENSE THERMAL HOLD THERMAL HOLD THERMAL HOLD (default 6:00 max) & SOIL SENSE (default 6:00 max) & SOIL SENSE (default 20:00 Max) (default 25:00 Max) 2:00 0:05 (default 25:00 max) 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 (default 20:00 max) 0:05 2:00 [140°F/60°C] 2:00 [140°F/60°C] 0:05 [140°F/60°C] 0:05 1:55 62 6:00 0:00 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 6:00 6:00 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 1:00 1:30 7:30 0:05 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00

HIGH SOIL 80 – 92 : 00 w/o Th.Holds soil sensed soil sensed [140°F/60°C] MEDIUM SOIL 86 – 92 : 00 w/o Th.Holds soil sensed [135°F/57°C] [140°F/60°C] LOW SOIL OR NON-SENSOR MODEL w/o Th.Holds [140°F/60°C] NUMERIC CYCLE TIME DISPLAY 82 : 00 [135°F/57°C] 42 CYCLE 3 (a) NOTE 5 80 78 78 78 78 78 76 74 74 74 74 74 72 70 70 70 68 62 62 62 60 58 58 52 46 46 44 42 42 41 40 32 32 30 24 22 16 14 8 6 STATUS LIGHTS Special Adjustments for Hi Temp Scrub/Scour (Note 14) –> 62 52 52 50 48 48 48 46 INTERVAL TIME (min:sec) LOCKOUT NOTES 1,14,15,16,17 ADD-A-DISH HIGH SOIL WATER HEATING MEDIUM SOIL 2:00 0:05 SOIL SENSE 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 SOIL SENSE 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 0:05 1:55 4:00 4:00 THERMAL HOLD 2:00 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 6:00 6:00 0:05 2:00 0:25 0:05 0:05 0:05 1:00 2:00 0:05 THERMAL HOLD 1:00 1:30 7:30 0:05 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 SENSING NOTE 2 LOW SOIL OR NON-SENSOR MODEL (default 6:00 max) (default 6:00 max) (default 30:00 Max) (default 30:00 Max) CLEAN NUMERIC CYCLE TIME DISPLAY SANI COMPLETE / SANITIZED soil sensed soil sensed [140°F/60°C] [140°F/60°C] CYCLE 3 (b) 78 – 90 : 00 w/o Th.Holds soil sensed [140°F/60°C] [140°F/60°C] WASHING (W1) [140°F/60°C] W2 INTERVAL TIME (min:sec) 80 – 86 : 00 w/o Th.Holds W3 42 RINSING (R1) 71 : .30 w/o Th.Holds R2 R3 NOTE 5 78 76 76 76 76 74 72 72 72 72 70 68 68 68 66 — 62 — 62 62 60 58 58 52 46 46 — — — — — 44 42 42 41 40 32 32 30 24 22 16 14 8 6 DRYING (D1) 50 48 48 — — — — — — 46 46 46 45 45 44 D2 Special Adjustments for Low Soil/Non-Sensor version (Note 5) –> 66 59 —

NOTES 1,14,15,16,17

1:55 0:05 SOIL SENSE 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 SOIL SENSE 0:05 2:00 1:45 0:05 0:05 1:55 4:00 2:00 THERMAL HOLD 16:30 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 6:00 6:00 0:05 2:00 0:45 0:05 0:30 0:05 1:00 1:45 0:05 THERMAL HOLD 1:00 1:30 2:30 5:00 0:05 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 NUMERIC CYCLE TIME DISPLAY NOTE 1 88 14 12 10 10 8 8 6 (default 6:00 max) (default 6:00 max) (default 30:00 Max) (default 30:00 Max) INTERVAL TIME (min:sec) 0:03 [140°F/60°C] [140°F/60°C] 2:00 [140°F/60°C] 2:00 TH 2:00 0:05 2:00 6:00

“MEDIUM SOIL” – invoked by options only – see Notes 14 & 17 87 : 50 w/o Th.Holds

ANY SOIL (This cycle is for certain NON-SENSOR MODELS only) 84 : 10 w/o Th.Holds VENT (disp, fill, soil enable) MOTOR NUMERIC CYCLE TIME DISPLAY (N/A, this cycle is for NON-DISPLAY MODELS only) WASH DIRECTION NOTE 3 DRAIN DIRECTION NOTE 3 CYCLE 4 NOTES 1,11,15,16,17 FILL DETERGENT DISPENSER INTERVAL TIME (min:sec) 1.55 0:05 SOIL SENSE 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 0:05 1:55 4:00 THERMAL HOLD 2:00 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 6:00 2:00 0:05 2:00 0:25 0:05 0:05 0:05 1:00 1:55 0:05 THERMAL HOLD 1:00 1:30 7:30 0:05 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 RINSE AID DISPENSER (default 4:00 max) (default 30:00 Max) (default 40:00 Max) HEATER

MEDIUM SOIL 71 – 75 : 50 w/o Th.Holds soil sensed [140°F/60°C] [140°F/60°C] LOW SOIL OR NON-SENSOR MODEL 61 : 20 w/o Th.Holds [140°F/60°C] NUMERIC CYCLE TIME DISPLAY 60 222222 NOTE 5 72 70 70 70 70 68 66 66 66 64 60 58 58 56 54 54 48 46 46 46 46 45 45 45 44 42 42 42 41 40 32 32 30 24 22 16 14 8 6 4 CYCLE 5 64 62 62 62 60 NOTES NOTES 1,10,11,16 22 20 20 20 18

INTERVAL TIME (min:sec) 2:00 0:05 SOIL SENSE 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 0:05 1:55 4:00 2:00 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 6:00 2:00 0:05 2:00 0:25 0:05 0:05 0:05 1:00 2:00 0:05 THERMAL HOLD 1:30 4:30 0:05 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 2:00 6:00 (default 4:00 max) (default 15:00 Max) MEDIUM SOIL 68 – 72 : 00 w/o Th.Holds LOW SOIL OR NON-SENSOR MODEL 57 : 30 w/o Th.Holds soil sensed [130°F/54°C] NUMERIC CYCLE TIME DISPLAY [130°F/54°C] NOTE 5 68 66 66 66 66 56 54 54 52 50 50 44 42 42 42 42 42 41 41 40 38 38 37 32 32 30 24 22 16 14 8 6 RAPID ADVANCE SERVICE FEATURE AND CYCLE 6 38 DIAGNOSTICS CYCLES (above):

NOTE 1 Pressing the following option keys in the sequence shown will either start the Diagnostics Cycle or turn on the Rapid Advance feature for customer INTERVAL TIME (min:sec) 2:00 0:05 SOIL SENSE 0:05 2:00 2:00 0:05 0:05 1:55 6:00 0:05 2:00 0:25 0:05 0:05 0:05 1:00 2:00 0:05 THERMAL HOLD 1:30 2:30 0:05 2:00 selectable cycles: (default 4:00 max) (default 40:00 Max) MEDIUM SOIL 25 – 29 : 30 w/o Th.Holds HI TEMP WASH AIR DRY HI TEMP WASH AIR DRY LOW SOIL OR NON-SENSOR MODEL 25 : 30 w/o Th.Holds soil sensed [140°F/60°C] NUMERIC CYCLE TIME DISPLAY [140°F/60°C] – or – NOTE 5 26 24 24 24 24 12 12 10 10 10 9 9 66 65 22 CYCLE 7 6 HI TEMP SCRUB/SCOUR AIR DRY HI TEMP SCRUB/SCOUR AIR DRY

NOTE 1 If the sequence is entered after starting a cycle, the Rapid Advance fea- ture is turned on, which allows the operator to manually advance the cur- INTERVAL TIME (min:sec) 2:00 0:05 SOIL SENSE 0:05 2:00 2:00 rently running cycle, interval by interval, by pressing the Pots & Pans or (default 4:00 max) 0:05 Anti-Bacteria key. 2:00 soil sensed 0:05 If the above key sequence is entered with the dishwasher in Standby, the 2:00 Diagnostics Cycle is started. The operator can advance the cycle, interval by interval, by pressing the Pots & Pans or Anti-Bacteria key. MEDIUM SOIL 10 – 14 : 00 (no Th.Holds) LOW SOIL OR NON-SENSOR MODEL 10 : 00 (no Th.Holds) (DIAGNOSTICS) NOTE 1 – Numeric Cycle Time Display

NUMERIC CYCLE TIME DISPLAY NOTE 5 10 8 8 88 64 422 For models with time displays, the display shows the current cycle time remaining in the Diagnostics Cycle (in minutes). CYCLE PROGRESSION INDICATORS NOTE 9 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 D1 D1 D1 D1 D1 D1 D1 (DIAGNOSTICS) NOTE 2 – Thermostat/Thermistor CYCLE 1, CYCLE 2, & CYCLE 3 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 R2 R2 R2 R2 R2 R2 R2 R2 R2 D2 D2 D2 D2 Detection (W1=WASHING, R1=RINSING, D1=DRYING) W3 W3 W3 W3 W3 W3 W3 W3 W3 W3 W3 R3 R3 R3 R3 R3 R3 To help identify whether a thermostat or thermistor is installed in the dish- CYCLE PROGRESSION INDICATORS washer, the clean light is only illuminated in intervals 1-6 of the Diagnos- NOTE 9 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 D1 D1 D1 D1 D1 D1 D1 tics Cycle if a thermostat is installed. This determination is based on the CYCLE 4, CYCLE 5, & CYCLE 6 resistance detected on the temperature sensor line. Because the resis- (W1=WASHING, R1=RINSING, D1=DRYING) W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 R2 R2 R2 R2 R2 R2 R2 R2 D2 D2 D2 D2 tance limits used by the control are close to the thermistor resistance at room ambient, this indicator is only reliable if warm water is in the dish- CYCLE PROGRESSION INDICATORS W3 W3 W3 W3 R3 R3 R3 R3 R3 washer.

CYCLE 7 NOTE 9 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 R1 (DIAGNOSTICS) NOTE 3 – Wash and Drain Motor Phase (W1=WASHING, R1=RINSING, D1=DRYING) Windings R2 R2 R2 R2 R2 STATUS INDICATORS R3 R3 The wash and drain phase winding outputs are only “on” while the motor is starting in the respective mode. Once the control has determined that ADD-A-DISH (turns on for CYCLES 1, 2, and 3 ONLY) NOTE 6 the motor started properly, the phase winding output is turned off”. WATER HEATING NOTE 7 SENSING NOTE 8 (DIAGNOSTICS) NOTE 4 – Thermal Hold SANITIZED NOTE 8 CLEAN The setpoint temperature for this thermal hold is 60°C/140°F and the de- NOTE 12 fault time limit is 1 hour. OUTPUT LOADS NOTE 12

MOTOR NOTES 4,10,11,14,15,16 WASH DRAIN FILL DETERGENT DISPENSER RINSE AID (DET/R.A.) DISPENSER VENT HEATER

1, 2 2 2 2 10 10 10 8 4, 11 3 3 4444 3 4 3 17 14 NOTES 14 15 14 NOTES 15 15 15 NOTES 14 14 14 16 16 16 16 16 16 NOTES NOTES NOTES NOTES

COMMON CYCLE TIME CHART NOTES pump) and then proceeds from there. The “dotted arrows” on the Time NOTE 4 – THERMALLY CAPPED INTERVALS 1. The Thermal Hold in the Final Rinse (interval 14) fails to reach the MODEL SPECIFIC CYCLE NAME KEY Chart show this skip to drain upon sensing soil (see Note 2). required 68°C/155°F before timing out on its default time limit. Common Cycle Time Chart describes the seven different cycles that are Intervals 33-36 are heated wash intervals thermally capped at 60°C/140°F MODEL ENERGY CYCLE CYCLE CYCLE CYCLE CYCLE CYCLE CYCLE CYCLE available in the electronic control that is in the models on this Tech Sheet. The Time Chart shows a range of cycle time estimates for each Soil Level for Cycles 3, 4, 5, and 6. Interval 31 is a heated wash interval thermally 2. The door is opened and/or power is interrupted between the end of STAR 1 2 3 (a) 3 (b) 4 5 6 7 Each model uses some or all of these cycles but may call them different version of the cycle (example: 85 – 97:00 minutes for Cycle 1 with High capped at 66°C/150°F for Cycles 1 and 2. Interval 48 is only heated for the Final Rinse Thermal Hold (interval 14) and the end of the cycle. — names on the keypad. See the Model Specific Cycle Name Key to iden- Soil). The estimates do not include time spent in thermal hold intervals, Cycles 4 and 5 and is thermally capped at 60°C/140°F. Anytime the thermal 1x65x YES — POTS/PANS — HEAVY WASH NORMAL WASH LIGHT WASH — QUICK RINSE tify the cycles and names for your model. which varies. Even without thermal holds, there is still some variation in cap temperature is exceeded during one of these intervals, the heater will NOTE 9 – WASHING STATUS LED EXCEPTION — POTS/PANS QUICK RINSE cycle time because it depends on how long it takes for the soil sensor to turn off, but the dishwasher will continue washing for the duration of the in- 1x63x, 1782x NO — POTS/PANS — NORMAL WASH WATER MISER LIGHT WASH — QUICK RINSE Note: there are 2 different cycles shown for Cycle 3 (Cycle 3a and 3b); trip during the Soil Sense intervals. terval. For the following models, the Washing LED is on in all W1 and R1 intervals — POTS/PANS QUICK RINSE the control determines which Cycle 3 to use based on the model ID of the (not just W1): 1x63x, 1x65x, 1782x, 1x71x, 1x73x, and 1x75x. 1x68x NO — POTS/PANS — NORMAL WASH WATER MISER LIGHT WASH — QUICK RINSE user-interface it is hooked up to. NOTE 2 – SOIL SENSE INTERVALS NOTE 5 – NUMERIC CYCLE TIME DISPLAY — POTS/PANS QUICK RINSE NOTE 10 – PULSED HEAT DRY – CYCLE 5 ONLY 1x71x NO — POTS/PANS NORMAL WASH — WATER MISER CHINA GENTLE — QUICK RINSE Note: the Final Rinse Thermal Hold temperature for Cycle 1 depends on During Soil Sense intervals (48, 47, 42, and 41), cycle timing is inter- Models with numeric cycle time displays show time remaining in the cycle (in POTS/PANS QUICK RINSE the model ID of the user interface it is hooked up to and whether it is a rupted and the dishwasher continues to wash (& sometimes heat) while it minutes) or time remaining in a delay (in hours). The display should clock For Cycle 5, the heater is turned off in intervals 2, 4, and 6 of the dry 1x73x NO ANTI-BAC POTS/PANS NORMAL WASH — WATER MISER CHINA GENTLE — QUICK RINSE model that needs an Anti-Bacteria cycle. monitors the Pressure Switch (soil sensor) input. A “Sensing” indicator down minute by minute during the cycle and hour by hour during delays. period. POTS&PANS RINSE ONLY (available on some models) will be turned on and the cycle time displayed The initial time displayed for each cycle is based on the worst case version 1x75x NO POTS&PANS — NORMAL WASH — — CHINA GENTLE TIME SAVER RINSE ONLY NOTE 1 – CYCLE MODIFICATIONS BASED ON SOIL LEVEL by models with numeric displays will be frozen until the end of the Soil of the cycle (either High or Medium Soil). The time that will be on the dis- NOTE 11 – HEATER ON FOR CYCLES 4 & 5 ONLY — RINSE ONLY Sense interval (see Notes 5 & 6). The Soil Sense interval will continue play at the beginning of each interval as you progress through the cycle is 1x76x NO ANTI-BAC POTS&PANS NORMAL WASH — WATER MISER CHINA GENTLE — RINSE ONLY The cycles all contain least one Soil Sense interval in the first Pre-Wash until a pressure switch (soil sensor) trip is detected or the default maxi- shown on the Time Chart. The cycle time displayed does not include time The Hi Temp Scrub/Scour option may turn the heater on in interval 48 for POTS&PANS — RINSE ONLY and/or Pre-Rinse of the cycle (see Note 2 for a description of what hap- mum time limit specified for the Soil Sense interval expires. The default spent in Thermal Hold or Soil Sense intervals; the time display is frozen dur- other cycles (see Note 14), but the heater is turned on as standard practice 1582x, 1682x NO POTS&PANS — NORMAL WASH — — CHINA GENTLE TIME SAVER pens in a Soil Sense interval). The control determines the level of food time limit for each Soil Sense interval of each cycle is shown on the Time ing Soil Sense and Thermal Hold intervals due to their variable length. As in interval 48 for Cycles 4 & 5 only; and it is thermally capped at 60°C/140°F POTS&PANS RINSE ONLY soil that is on the dishes based on what soil sensor (pressure switch) in- Chart. If the default time limit expires, the Soil Sense interval ends, normal portions of the cycle are skipped for lighter soil loads, the time on the dis- (see Note 4). 1x83x NO HEAVY NORMAL WASH — — CHINA GENTLE TIME SAVER puts it receives during these Pre-Wash and/or Pre-Rinse Soil Sense inter- operation and cycle timing resume, and the control proceeds with a lower play skips with it and will show the cycle time specified on the Time Chart or vals and adjusts the cycle accordingly: soil level version of the cycle (see Note 1). If a pressure switch trip is de- for that new point in the cycle (see Note 1). See the Model Specific Electri- NOTE 12 – WASH AND DRAIN MOTOR PHASE WINDINGS DP940 YES ANTI-BAC HEAVY WASH — NORMAL WASH LIGHT WASH — tected, the control immediately ends the Soil Sense interval and skips di- cal Components Table to identify models with numeric displays. s HIGH SOIL – Soil sensor tripped in intervals 48 or 47 and again in in- rectly to the next pause and drain intervals of the cycle (per the “dotted The wash and drain phase winding outputs are only “on” while the motor is DU940, DU945, IKU586 YES HEAVY WASH — NORMAL WASH LIGHT WASH — tervals 42 or 41. arrow” on the Time Chart) to clean out the soil collection screens in the Note: The skips that occur in Cycle 3a for Low Soil conditions are such that starting in each of these respective directions. Once the control has deter- pump. Normal operation and timing resume and the control proceeds they require special adjustments to the time display for certain intervals of mined that the motor started properly, the phase winding output is turned DU948 YES — — NORMAL WASH LIGHT WASH QUICK WASH s MEDIUM SOIL – Soil sensor tripped in intervals 48 or 47 but not in in- with a higher soil level version of the cycle (see Note 1). the cycle; these are shown in a secondary display line on the Time Chart. “off”. tervals 42 or 41. DU950, DU951, DUL200 YES HEAVY WASH — NORMAL WASH LIGHT WASH — Note: Intervals 47 and 41 are Water Heating Thermal Hold intervals as Note: The High Temp/Power Scour option makes time adjustments to Cycles OPTION NOTES s LOW SOIL – Soil sensor did not trip in intervals 48 or 47 (cycle skips well as Soil Sense intervals (see Note 3 on Thermal Holds). The default 1 and 2 that require special display adjustments and they are shown in a DU960 YES HEAVY WASH — NORMAL WASH LIGHT WASH QUICK WASH Sense intervals 42 & 41). time limit for these intervals is longer to accommodate the Thermal Hold secondary display line on the Time Chart (see Note 14). NOTE 14 – HI TEMP SCOUR or SCRUB OPTION aspect. If the Thermal Hold temperature setpoint is reached prior to de- Engineering YES or NORMAL NORMAL MISER CHINA QUICK WASH The control adjusts the remainder of the cycle for the soil level detected tecting a pressure switch trip in one of these intervals, then the interval NOTE 6 – WATER HEATING (THERMAL HOLD) INDICATOR The Hi Temp Scour or Scrub option is not allowed with cycles 4, 5, 6, or 7. Software NO (STD) (IEC) by skipping certain intervals or portions of the cycle. The “solid arrows” will end and the Soil Level determination will be the same as if the default This option optimizes the selected cycle for tough soils by making the follow- Reference on the Time Chart show which intervals are skipped for each Soil Level time limit for the Soil Sense interval expired (see Note 1). If a pressure The Water Heating indicator is turned on during all Thermal Hold intervals to ing adjustments to the cycle: (example: Cycle 1 skips intervals 46 through 41 when Low Soil is de- switch trip is detected before reaching temperature, the interval will end signal that cycle timing, status LED sequencing, and numeric cycle time dis- This is done because Non-Sensor models would not otherwise be able NOTE 17 – HI TEMP WASH OPTION tected). and the control will skip directly to the next pause and drain interval like play countdown operations have been suspended or frozen while the water (A) Cycles 1 and 2 to bump up to the medium soil version, and with Sensor models, the all Soil Sense intervals. is heated to the proper temperature (see note 3). tough soils may not always be removed soon enough to detect in the The Hi Temp Wash option is not allowed with Cycles 5, 6, or 7. It is “built All versions of a cycle are the same until the end of the Soil Sense inter- s Forces the cycle to execute at least the medium soil version of the cycle Pre-Wash/Pre-Rinse Soil Sense intervals. The additional Rinse that in” and treated as an automatic option with Cycles 1 and 2. This option val(s) in the Pre-Wash (intervals 48 & 47). If no soil is sensed in the Note: Models without pressure switches (soil sensors) never trip and al- NOTE 7 – SENSING INDICATOR (regardless of whether soil is sensed in Soil Sense interval 47 or not). comes with the medium soil version also provides a solution for instal- makes the following adjustments to the cycle to boost wash performance: Pre-Wash, then the Low Soil version of the cycle is executed from that ways run to the default time limit of the Soil Sense intervals. Conse- This is done because Non-Sensor models would not otherwise be able to lations experiencing spotting or filming trouble. point on. quently they also always default to the Low Soil version of the cycle (see The Sensing indicator is turned on during all Thermal Hold and Soil Sense bump up to the medium soil version, and with Sensor models, the tough s Forces Cycles 3 and 4 to execute at least the medium soil version of Note 1). See Model Specifics Component Table to identify models without intervals to signal that cycle timing, status LED sequencing, and numeric cy- soils may not always be removed soon enough to detect in the Pre-Wash/ s Turns the heater on in Pre-Wash Soil Sense interval 48 and thermally the cycle (regardless of whether soil is sensed in Soil Sense interval 47 Note: Non-Sensor models (without pressure switches) never trip and thus pressure switches. cle time display countdown operations have been suspended or frozen while Pre-Rinse Soil Sense intervals. The additional Rinse that comes with the caps the heater at 60°C/140°F (see Note 4). or not). This guarantees that the cycle will include the Main Wash always default to the Low Soil version of the cycle (unless modified by (temperature and/or soil) sensors are being monitored (see Notes 2 and 3). medium soil version also provides a solution for installations experiencing Thermal Hold at interval 32 (and thus assures the Main Wash will be customer selected Options). See Model Specific Electrical Components NOTE 3 – WATER HEATING THERMAL HOLD INTERVALS spotting or filming trouble. NOTE 15 – SANI RINSE OPTION heated to 60°C/140°F for increased wash performance). It also guar- Table to identify Non-Sensor models without pressure switches. NOTE 8 – ‘END-OF-CYCLE’ STATUS INDICATORS – CLEAN and antees two full rinses after the Main Wash, which likewise increases During Water Heating Thermal Holds (intervals 47, 41, 32, & 14), cycle SANITIZED s Turns the heater on in pre-wash Soil Sense interval 48 and thermally The Sani Rinse option is not allowed with Cycles 5, 6, or 7. It is “built in” wash performance and also provides a solution for installations experi- Note: High Temp Wash and High Temp/Power Scour options can override timing is interrupted and the dishwasher continues washing while it heats caps the heater at 60°C/140°F (see Note 4). and treated as an automatic option with Cycle 1 on models that call for encing spotting or filming trouble. Cycles 1 and 2 already include a Soil Sense interval decisions (see notes 14 and 17). the water to the setpoint temperature specified on the Time Chart for the Both end-of-cycle indicators (Clean and Sanitized) turn on at the end of a Cycle 1 to be an Anti-Bacteria cycle. The Sani Rinse option makes the Main Wash Thermal Hold and two full rinses in all versions, so this op- Thermal Hold. The Water Heating and Sensing lights (available on most cycle and turn off upon pressing any key or opening the door. s Lengthens the default time limit for Soil Sense interval 48 to 16:00 min- following adjustments to the cycle: tion is considered “built in” or automatic for these cycles. If the Soil Sensor trips in interval 48 or 47, then the control will execute ei- models) are turned on and the cycle time displayed by models with utes. ther the Medium or High Soil version of the cycle. Medium and High Soil numeric displays is frozen during Thermal Hold intervals (see notes 5, 6, (A) Clean s Changes the target temperature for the Final Rinse Thermal Hold inter- PART NO. 8528833 versions of the cycle are identical until the second set of Soil Sense inter- & 7). The dishwasher will hold in this suspended, water heating mode until s Increases the target temperature for Soil Sense/Thermal Hold intervals val 14 from 60°C/140°F to 68°C/155°F and adds 15:00 minutes to the vals in the Pre-Rinse (intervals 42 & 41), where High Soil versus Medium the water reaches the temperature specified for the Thermal Hold or a Comes on at the end of every cycle except Cycle 7. 47 and 41 from 57°C/135°F to 60°C/140°F. default maximum time limit for the Thermal Hold. NOTE: This sheet contains important soil can be determined. If soil is detected again in the Pre-Rinse, then maximum default time limit for the Thermal Hold expires. The default Technical Service Data the High Soil version is executed; if not, then the Medium Soil version is maximum time limit for each Thermal Hold interval of each cycle is shown (B) Sanitized s Adds 10:00 minutes of wash time to the main wash at interval 30 and s Turns the heater off in intervals 1 and 2 of the Dry period of the cycle. executed. on the Time Chart. At the conclusion of the thermal hold, the control compensates for the added cycle time by shortening rinse intervals 25 FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN ONLY resumes normal operation and timing and proceeds to the next interval Comes on at the end of all cycles completed with the Sani Rinse option and 24 to 0:00 and 2:00 minutes respectively. The cycle time displayed s Invokes the Sanitized status indicator at the end of the cycle (see DO NOT REMOVE OR DESTROY When a Soil Sensor trip is detected during ANY Soil Sense interval, the per the Time Chart. selected (see Note 15). If the Sani Rinse option is completed success- by models with numeric time displays in intervals 23-30 is adjusted ac- Note 8). control immediately ends the interval and skips directly to the next pause fully, the indicator is turned on steady at the end of the cycle. If the cordingly and shown on the secondary display line on the Time Chart. and drain intervals of the cycle (to clean the soil collection screens in the Sani Rinse was unsuccessful (see below), the indicator will flash ½ sec- NOTE 16 – AIR DRY OPTION ond on, ½ second off, repeatedly, at the end of the cycle. The (B) Cycle 3 Sani Rinse will be deemed unsuccessful (& flash the indicator) if: The Air Dry option is not allowed with Cycles 6 or 7 (which have no dry s Forces the cycle to execute at least the medium soil version of the cycle period). This option turns the heater off in intervals 1-6 of the Dry period (regardless of whether soil is sensed in Soil Sense interval 47 or not). of the cycle.

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