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Front Loader Washer

Manual date 1o.11996for a FWT 445GESO -,/il

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CONTENTS SAFESERVICING PRACTICES NEWFEATURES,......, TECHNICALSPECIFICATIONS TOROUEREOUIREMENT TABLE RESISTANCE TABLE

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DoorSaletySwitchAssembly(DoorLock)

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Water TemperatureSelectorControl

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wahrunG This servicemanualis intendedfor use by personshavlngelectricaiand mechnicaltrainingand a level of knowledgeof thesesubiectsgenerallyconsideredacceptablein the appliancerepairrade. Frigidaire Companycannotbe responsible,nor aSsumeany liability,for injuryor damageof any kind arisingfrom the use ol this manual. Industries @ t9g6 WhiteConsolidated

MODEL SPECIFICATIONS

Electronic Speed Gontrol (OperationalSpeeds) Wash Speed SpinSpeed- slow SpinSpeed- tast Drain Pump Motor (Detached120VAC Motor) PumpOut HeightMaximum(inches) DrainHose Lengthto Pump.(lnches) .' PumpOut Time ' PumpSpeed-RPM PumpOutput @ 3 fr. @ 6 fr. @ B ft. Drive Motor (16 Pole UniversalDC Motor) DriveBelt (Poly-V;6 rib) PulleyRatio(Pulleyto MotorRPM) Water Supply WaterPressure- Maximum(PSl) WaterPressure- Minimum(PSl) TotalWaterUsage(max.gallonsapprox.) Water Level (no load - measuredfrom bottomof tub) Electrical Data DriveMotor(16 Pole DC Type Motor) Volts(120,M Hz.)15 amp Wash R.P.M. SpinR.P.M Wattage Agitate(with 10 pound clothesfoad) Spin (whh 10 pound clgthesload) Plumbing Requirements Drain 1-112"Standpipe(minimumheight24') W_alerSupply- SeparateHot & Cold Faucets (314",.11-112 threadsper inch) Capacity (lnner Tub) Cubicfeet Max clothesfoad Dimensions (lnches Minimum) Height i+ widrh Depth

'Deslgnates ColorCode

FWT445GC-O

yes 52 RPM 450RPM 650 RPM 96 60 60 sec: max. 3400 13.0cPM 10.0cPM 8.0 cPM yes 1 to 16 120 20 25 4-318"t 5/8'

)/es 832 10400 ' 370-max. ' ' 850 max. : yes yes 2.65 14lbs. 34-5/8 ,6,-;/8 2T 114

TORQUE REQUIREMENT TABLE TORQUEREQUIREMENTTABLE .DESCRIPTION

TOROUE

BuzzerMounting

25 - 35 in. lbs.

Counterweight to.Tub

60 - 75 in. lbs.

DoorHingeto Cabinet

30 - 45 in. lbs.

Door Hingeto Door

25 - 35 in. lbs.

Door Latch

10 - 15 in. lbs.

Door Lock Switch

15 - 25 in. lbs.

DoorFrameAssembly Screws

1 0 - 1 5 i n .l b s .

DrainPumpto PumpBracket

25 - 35 in. lbs.

Tub Supportto Tub

24 ft. lbs.

ExtraRinseSwitch

25 - 35 in. lbs.

Motorto Tub

25 - 35 in. lbs.

OuterTub Halves(frontto rear)

70 - 85 in. lbs.

PressureSwitchMounfing

15 - 20 in. lbs.

310- 350in.lbs.

TubPulleyto Shaft RFINoiseSupressor Nut

10 - 15 in. fbs.

TimerMounting

20 - 40 in. lbs.

WaterTemperaturq Switch

15.20 in. lbs..

WaterValveMounting

25 - 35 in.lb,s.

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BELLOWS

CONSTRUCTION

Thefrontloading,tumbleactionclotheswashercon- The bellows is a rubber sleeve that seals the sussists of a perforated,cylindrical'tubsuspended pendedoutertub to the stationarycabinetfront at the horizontally.on its axiswithina largersolidcylindrical tub opening. lts purpose is to provide a water tight openingintothe tub that can be seafedby the cabinet ttjb. This assemblyis suspendedby springswithina four piecesteelcabinet.A see throughdooranda door, yet allow flexibilityfor the oscillationof the tub llexiblebellows(seal)provides accessforloadingand duringthe wash and spin cycles. unloadingclothes.Thecontrolconsoleconfigur,ation providesthe versatilityol stackedor undercounter OUTERTUB ASSEMBLY inslallations. Thewasheris shippedwitha paintedtop panel,buta galvanizedpanelis available.ifthe washeris to be installedundercounter. CONSOLE

The outer tub assembly is supportedby two suspension springs and stabilized by.'two air shock assemblies.Cementcounterweightsare mountedto the outer tub front (top & bottom),and the rear top. Thesecounterweightspreventexcessiveoscillationof the entiresuspendedassemblyduringan unbafanced spin cycle.

The controlsare mountedon the frontof the cabinet byremoving thewasher INNERTUB ASSEMBLY and areaccessibleforservice panel. topservice Onstackedinstallations, thedryer The inner tub is constructedoJ stainlesssteel. The mustbe removedfromthe washer. circumferenceof the tub is perforatedto allowwater to flowthroughthe tub as it revolves.A heavysteelshaft is pressedinto the tub supportwhich is bohedto the tub.The tub is supportedby two ball bearingspressed into the rear of the outertub.

.. . The cabinetis madeof heavysteel in a four piece deslgnwithan enarnelfinish. Thesidesandfrontare rivetedat the frontcorngrsahd base.The,'iearof the cabinetis galvaniZed steelandissecuredwith screws. A largedrivepulleyis mountedto the free end of the CABINEI

shaftthat extendsthroughthe rear of the outer tub.

FROI.ITPANEL'ANDDOORASSEIIBLY Thefrontpan€lis rivetedto the'si$epahelsfor maximum strenghandstructural rigirdi.ty; ] -r ::. .

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DRIVESYSTEM

ELECTRONIC SPEEDCONTROLJ

The drive systemconsistsof a reversibfe,variable The electronicspeedcontrolmonitorscurrentdraw speed,16 poleDC motorcoupledwithan eleclronic and a built-intachogenerator in the drive motor,lo speedcontrolunitandtimer.Themotordrivesthetub controlRPMof thetubduringwashandspincycles. pulleywith aGribPoty-Vbelt. Themotorrotatesthetub at 52 RPMin a 16secondcloclcwise/countercloclcwise DRAINSYSTEM motionwith a 4 secondpause at th.eend of each tumblingwashaction. Thedrainsystemconsistsof an air cooled,AC motor pumpassembly, a bellowstypesumphose,air bell, Thedrivemotolrotatesthetubcounterclockwise upto anda ribbeddrainhose. 650RPMforfurtherwaterextraction aftercertaindrain cycles.lf an unbalancedwash load preventsthe Thedrainpumpandmotorassembly is tocatedin the washerfromreachingfulfspin.speed, the electronic rightfrontcornerandismounted onthebase.Whenthe speedcontroladjuststhe spinspeedbackto agitate washerrinsecycle is completed, thetimerenergizes speedto allowthe washloadto selfadjust.Thenthe thepumpmotortoremovewaterfrom thetubbeforethe motorwill againattemptto dri.vethespinbasketup to spincycleslarts.Thepumpmotorremainsinoperalion 650RPMThisprocedure continues.lo repeatasneces- throughoutthe spincycle.Thepumpout'rate isapproxisary. matelySGPMunderfullload operation, whichempties thetubwhhin60 seconds.

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SUSPENSION ANDSTABILIZER SYSTEM Theentiretubassembly is suspended bytwosprings. Thestabilizer systernconsistsoftwoairshocksthatare locatedbetweentheoutertubandbase,oneperside. Theyprovidea dampeningactionto stabilizetub assemblyduringspincycles. 18

DOORSAFETYSWITCHASSEMBLY(DoorLock)

lf the userattemptsto starta cyclewiththa door open, thesolenoidis actuatedbutthewasherwill notstartfor Thedoorlockconsistsof a bracketto whichis mounted two reasons.One,the doorwill notclosebecausethe a solenoid,doorswitch,and PTC.Whenthe dooris lower door strikecannotpass throughlhe opening closedand the timerseleclorknobis pulledoul, the whilethe solenoidis energized, thedoorjustbouncei solenoidis energized, whichlocksthedoorandcloses open when attemptingto close.Two, the door lock the door lockswitchthrougha seriesof leverson the switchcannotcfosebecausethe smallleveris not in doorlockassembly. Ths dooris loikedwheneverthe the "standby"positionwiththe dooropen. washeris in operationto preventthedoor frombeing opened.

DoorLockAssembly

DoorLockAssembly

Door Switch Thedoorswitchissnappedintothedoorlockmounting bracketandis securedwithtwospringtabs,Theswitch isactuated bythesolenoidratherthan thedoor.Closing the doorcausesthe doorstriketo pushthesmalllevel upwardintothe'standby"pOSition. Whentheuserpulls thetimerknobout,thesolenoidisenergized whichpulls the spring loaded bqacketand locks the door. This lockingmotionis trdnSfenedby theverticalleverto the door lock switch: Using the door lockingmolion to actuatethe switchensuresthatthe dooris cloSedand lockedbeforethe switchis closed.;'' _ ,_

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The PTCacls as a resistoror heatsourceto warma pin which bimetalthat actuatesa smallrectangular holdsthe solenoidin its retractedpositionevenwhen Duringspin,the PTG the solenoidis de-energized. lockingpin engagesa catch in the springloaded bracketthatlocksthe loadingdoorin theclosedposition.Thislockingpin will remainin thispositionlong stop(approxienoughforthetubto comelo a complete mately40 - 65 seconds).As the bimetalcools,the solenoid willrelease,andthedoormaybe opened.

upto 13minutes ThePermPresswashcycleprovides of reversingtumbleactionfor permanentpressgarthiscycle. menls.Threerinsesandtwospinscomplete provided whenthePerm Goldrinsesareaulomatically Presscycleis selected.

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Wash provides18 minutesof reversingtumble actionfor normallysoiledfabrics. Light Wash provides14 minutesof reversing tumbleactionfor lightlysoiledfabrics.

PermPresscycledoesnot To helpreducewrinkling, spin. havea finalhigh-speed Knits & DelicatesGycle The Delicatewashcycleprovidesup to g minutesof gentlereversing tumbleaction,whichconsistsof 3.3 followedby a 17 secondpause, secondsof agitation whichrepeatsforthedurationof thecycle.Tworinses and two spinscompletethe cycfe.Cold rinsesare provided. automatically Prewash thewasherwilltumblethe loadfor 6 Duringprewash, minutes,drainandspin. on LaundrypreparaNOTE:Fordetailedinformation and tion, sorting,factors affectingperformance, referlo the Olner's Guide. laundryproducts, on Forbestresults,followfabriccarelabeldirections Instrucspecificitemsto bewashed.CheckOperating tions"ControlSettingsChart"if the carelabelis not availablg. ..

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RE CONTROL WATERTEMPERATU Water T:€tnperatureSelector '-..''. The watertepperaturesforwashingand rinsingare set by usingthewatertemiieratureseleclor.Turn the.knob to the desiredwatertemperaturecombination.Several wash/rinsewatet lemperature.combinations are avaiFable.Selectionsare:

TIMER

Gontactswithinthe timercontrolthe directionof the drivemotor,waterfill,drainpUffip,doorlock,andend of cyclesignal. "COLD-COLD",1A/AR[/FCOLD",'VVARM-WA RM","HOT* a*-^ Thetimerprovidesfourseparatewashihgcycles:Knits- COLD',(and"l{OT-WARM, modeb). notusedon domestic & Delicates, PermPress,RegularandPrewash. isnecessary Gorrectwatertemperature forgoodwashRegularWash Gycle ing results.To help determinethe best wash temperature for particularloadsof clothes,referto the TheRegularwashcycteproviriesuplo 18 minutesof fabric care label directionson itemsto be washed. reversingtumbleactionfor mostfabrics.Threerinses CheckOperatingInstructions "ControlSettingsChart" anda high-speed thecycle. finalspincomplete if the carelabelis notavailable. 20

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WATERLEVELCONTROL

WATERFILLVALVE

theproperamountof Thewaterlevelcontrolprovides The washandrinsewaler,butis notuseradjustable. thantheir of clothesis oftenmoreimportant bulkiness a waterlevel.Articles that dryweight whendetermining pillows, of such as absorba large amount water, walerthanindicated andrugsrequire.more blankets, whenthey are weighed.The waterlevelcontrolwill providemorewalerwiththeseloads. aulomatically activated singleThewaterlevelcontrolisa pressure anairbellatthe pole,double-throw switchconnectedto sump housing.A blackrubberhose connectsthe pressureswitchto the air bell. lts purposeis to thetubandcontrolthe determine thewaterlevelwithin of thewaterfillvalve. operation

is mountedon a bracket Thetwocoilvalveassembly abraceattheupperright rearinsidethe andfastenedto cabinet.Raisethetoppanelforaccessto watervalve.

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it takesseveral Under normaloperatingconditions, to close andstopthe valve completely secondsforlhe waterflowafterthe solenoidcircuitis opened.This preventswaterhammer.Thewatervalvellow rateis 4.50GPMat 20 PSIand7.0GPMat 120PSl. MUSTBE KEPT WATERVALVEINLETSCREENS A PLUGGED CLEANAND IN GOODCONDITION. DIAPHRAGIVT IN WATER VALVE HOLE BLEEDER ORMINERALDEPOSITSONTHEARMATUREMAY CAUSETHEWATERVALVETO FAILANDRESULT . WATERFILL. IN CONTINUAL

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SAFETY PRECAUNONS

Atwaystum offthe electricpowersupplybeforeservic- To Remove Loadlng Door or Door Gfass: ing any electricalcomponent,making ohmmeter washerfromeleCtrical Supply. checks,or makinganypartsreplacement. Referto safe 1 . Disconnect 'seMcing'procedures door Flemove by removing 2. doorto hingemounting at the{rontof thisseruicemanual (2). screws beforeservicingthe clotheswasher. 3. Removedoorfrontcovermountingscrews(2). All vohagechecksshouldbe madewith a voltmeter 4. Pullorgentlypryotffrontcover.Thereis aribmoldedon the outeredgeof thefrontcoverthat snapsintohavinga fullscalerangeof 130vohsor hpher. a grooveon lhe door. refeasetabs(3)oneat AfterseMceis completed, besureallsafetygrounding 5. Removeglassbydepressing untilglass is free. circuitsare complele,all electricalconnectionsare atime 6. Snapglassihtodoorframeby pressingintoplace. secure,andall accesspanelsTbin place. Notefocatingnotcheson glasswhichqnsurescoirectposition. SCREWS A NOTEABOUTQUADREXO Quadrexoscrsws are used in many areas of this product.Theymaybe removedwitha # 2 phillipsbit or bit,Squaredrivebitsare a# 2 squaredrive(Robertson) usedon the assemblylinebecausetheydo notslipas easilywhenthe screwis tightened. TOP PANEL Thewasheris shippedwitha decorative toppanel,but a galvanizedpanel is availableif the washefis to be installed undercounter. To Removethe PaiDtedTop Panel: 1. Removescrews(4)on hihgessecuringtopto cabF neL 2. Slidetoppanelforwardtodisengagetop fromthetop panelfrontmountingbrackets.

DOORSTRIKE

To Remove'Gdlvafilzed Steel Piinel:

To Removeor ReplaceDoor Slrike:

1. 'R6movelh6"screws(6) securingthe galvanized 1 . Discpnnectwasherfrom electricalsupply. : steelpanelto the top of the cabinet 2. Opentoadingdgor.-3. Removescrews(2) which securestrikqto inner SERVTCE PANEL doorpanel. 4. Installnewstrikeandreverseprocedureto reln$till. To Removeor ReptaceFront ServigePanel: - -:- _i}tt DOORHINGE

thAtwo 114'h,exscrews J. Remove Gcatedat eaih bottomcomer.Pulfdownandremovepanel.

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NOTE:Ttrewasherwlringdia$ram andtechdatasheet 1 . Disconnectwasherfromelectricalsupply. . are in an envelope.attached to the backsirJeof the 2. Removedoorby removingdoorto hingemounting servicepanel. screws(2). 3. PulllooseleftskJeof rubberbellowsto gainaccess to hinge. Page23

4. Sliphandthrough opening between frontpaneland bellows.andhold hinge while removinghinge 'mounting screws(2). 5. Pullhingearmoutof slotinfrontpanelandremove hinge. 6. Reverseprocedure to reassemble. DOORSAFETYSWTTCH ASSEMBLY(Door Lock) To Removeor BeplaceDoor SatetySwitch:

1 . Disconnect washerfromelectricalsupply. 2. Removetoppanel. 3. Pulllooserightsideol bellowsfromfrontlo access switchassembly. 4. ffnecessary, toprovldeenoughslacktogainaccess to switchassembly,removetimerwiringharness points(3)insidefront wiretiesfromtheiranchoring cornerofcabinet.Wretiesareifiosteasilyreleased by usinga small7132" boxendwrench.Pressthe partof thewiretie to wrenchoverthe expandable pullto remove.lt compress, andwhilecompressed, may be helpfulto removelowerservicepanelfor betteraccessalso. 5. Removeswitchassemblymountingscrewsand removewiresfromswitch,.solenoid, andPTG. 6. Reverseprocedure to reassemble. TIMER

Thetimercontainstwosetsol camsthatdrive switches,andfoUrcamsthatareusedto counttime. i ' Thecamsaredrivenby thetimermotorthrough a set gearsanda crankandpawlassembly;, of reduction Thefastcamcontrolsthe reversingtumbleactionof . thedrumby reversingthe polarityol the DGvohageto thedrMemotoLlt alsosignafstheelectronic speed controlthroughcodesthatthe polarityis changingand theelectronic speedcontrolshouldstopthe drive motor,allowthetimertochangepolanty,thenresume motorrotation.Theslowcamcontrolsthetimingand functionsof the othercomponents withinthewasher system(i.e.pump,walervalves,etc.). Thetimeralsointerfaces withthe dispensersystem anddefineswhento dispensedetergents, bleaches, andfabricsofteners. shaft The hasa crossshaped fealurethatmateswitha matchingfeattireon the dispensercam.Thedispensercamprofileis designed to matchtheprogramsetwithinthetimer. ir, TimerOperationDuringWash Mode Thetimerhasfourwashcyclesthatmaybe chosen (Pre-Wash, Regufar Wash,Permanent Press,and . OnlytheRegularwash KnitsandDelicates). hastwo differentstartingipoints, thefirstprovidesfor a longer washfor heaviersoiledclothesandthesecondfor soiledclothes. normally

The timerinterfaceswiththe electronlc speedcontrol ll thetimerdialis setto the startof Pre-Wash, Permaunit and the,drivemotdr,and performsthe fofl6.wing nentPress,KnitsandDelicates, or thesecondstart.., position functions: of RegularWash, thetimerwitlwaiiforthe waterlevelpressure,swilch to be satisfiedbefore 1. ProvidesAC powerto the electronic speedcontrol agitatingthe clothesload.Onlyin thefirststarting position unit. of the Regular Washcyclewillthetimerallow 2. Reversesthe directionof the DC drivemotor,by theclothesto tumblewhilethewateris fillingthetub. reversingthepolarityon the motorbrushes. 3. Controls duringthecycle To understand theentiretimingsequence the timing'sequence of thefastcam : selected. let'slookat an exampleof what duringagitation, at happensduringa Rggularwashcycfebeginning . thesecondstartingposition.Theslowcamsetsup TIMER OPERATION switch,toprovidehot,warmor thewatertemperature The timer workswith the electronicspeedcontrolin a coldwashwaterby closingcontacts64 and88, it "Master/ Slavei type relationship.The timer (or providespartof the agitationcode(codeA) to the master)tells the efectronicspeed controlwhatto do electronic speedcontrolbyclosingcontact9A, and it and when to doit, and the electronicSpeedcontrol setsuptheto operateon the fongfieldwindingby i...,= controlsthe motorspeedfunctionssuch as ramp-up cfosingcontact13A. j! _ =.: and speed monitoring. t j '

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thepolarityof theDCmotorvottagbtotheiirirr6' timeperiod, molor.Attheendofthe3.33second fast camcontact24Bcloses,returningtheagitationcode (codeD)to the electronicspeedoontrol.Theelectronicspeedcontrolthen tumsthedrivemotorON process continues, again.This"reversing" withthe fastcamcontactsswitchingbackandforth,for the durationof the washtimeremaining.in thewashcycle.

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",Thefaslcamprofileis designedto tumblethe clothes ' load1 timeCW,1 timeCCW,2timesCW, times 2 CCWas viewedfromthefrontof the machine.During the firstfewtumblesequences, thedrumfidy rotate,.,' in thesamedirection threeor fourtimesbefore' changing Thisis normal.A specialcam directions. wlthinthetimermustcyclethrougha sequencebefore protection it "unlocks"the reversing armbuiltin the , timer.Thisfeatureensurestha[{hedrivemotoris not allowedto turnON in theoppotitedirectionif it were coastingdownfroma highspeddspinandthetimer wasadvancedintoan agitationcycle.

Withinthe middleof the secondrinsephase(Regular and PermanentPressonlyJis an ExtraRinsecycle. TheCtowcamwilltry to enablethe pumpby closing slowcam.conlaclTA.It the ExtraRinseswhchis set ; to theYESor ONposition, thepumpwillturnon and dischargethe waterfor 50 seconds.Thetimerwill thenfitlthetub with,waterandresumeagitation.lf the ExtraRinseswitchis setto the NOor OFFposition, thetimerwill signalfheelectronicspeedcontrolto gentlytumblethe ctothesloadby closingslowcam contacts98 and 248. .,.. TimerOperationDuringSpin:Mode At the endof the washcyclethe timerpausefor 50 secondsto allowthe splntubto coastdownto a ..: To understand thetimingsequenceof thetimerduring completestop.Duringthistime,thetimerdisablesall spin,let'slookat an exampleof whathappensduring the electronicspeed:controlcode signals,andrea Regularwashcyclebeforethetimeradvancesinto leasesthedoorlockthermalsafetydelaydevice thefirstspin.Theslowcamsetsup,thewatertem(PTC).Atthe:end''of 50 seconds, thetimerwillclose peratureswitchto providecoldrinsewaterby cfosi,qg . slowcamcontact44 energizing the cyclesignal contacts68 and8A,the electronic speedcontiolspin' : buzzerfor 3.3 secondsthenadvanceintothe Stop ' codeanddoorlockthermalsaletydelaydeviie'(PTC) ,'"position of thetimer. _ is turnedon by closingcontact48, thepumpistumed on by closingcontact78, andthe motoris set up to To TesttheTimer operateon the longlieldwindingby closingcontact : 13A. lf thetimeris suspectedof fauhyoperation, checkthe washe/stimercyclechartand electricalschematic Thetimerhasthreedifferentrinsephases.Within diagram. eachphasethetimeraghates,drains,andspins.The ,'timerbasicallyprovidgsa signalcodeto theelectronic 1. Letthetimeradvanceor indexforwardto the speedcontrolaiidletsit conlrolthemotormotion: portionof the cyclein question.UsetheTIMER : DIAGNOSTIG AIDlocatedon page28or 44lo *fntherinsephase,the timercallsfor an impulsespin, assistin locatingcon€clincrement. wheretwoshortramp-upsandspinsoccur.Thetimer 2. lf a component controlledby thetimerfailsto closesslowcamcontacts48 and9A sendingthe functionas the timeradvancesthroughthe cycle, signaltothe efectronic speedcontrolto generate checkfor voltage-at the timerterminal.Sesthe thesespins. appropriate wiringdiagram.ft voltageis'supplied to lhe component, checkthe component as .l'ln thesecondrinse,thetimercallsfoia normalramp describedin thissection. up andspinspeedat 450rpm.Thefffibrdisables powerto washerartdcheckcqntfiiijiii' the 3-r Disc6hnect fastcamandclosesdirectioncontaits21Aand23A-_ throughtimercontacts. witha reversingprotection leverthatensuresthe 4. lf the timercontactsfailto closein the sequence contactsareclosedat alltimesduringspin.Thedrive shownin thetimerchart,or are bumed(have motoris alsosetup to operateon the longfield resistancemeasurable withan ohmmeter), windingby closingcontact13A. replacethe timer.

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(CW)to positionrectangutar holesat the 3 o;clock and the 9 o'clockposition,over timer mounting 1. Disconnect the washerfromelectricat supp[. screwsand removescrews. 2. lf dryeris stackedonwasher,removeclothesdryer 7. Sllde timer reanvardto remove(dispensingcam fromtop of washer. does not haveto be removed).Disconnecttimer or undercounter 3. lf freestanding instaflation, remove terminalblocksto free tiher. Notethat timer and thetoppanel. terminalblocksarecolorcodedandkeyed ' (toslotin 4. Removetimer.knobassemblyby.pushingin while timer)to ensureconectplacement. , (GCW)'tounscrew. tumingcounterclockwise 8. InStallnewtimer,notingtimershaftandindicatoraie 5. Usepliersto squeezetimerindicatorlockingtabs keyedto assureconectbrientdtion. simultaneously, whilepullingoutwardto remove. NOTE:Ensurewiringto newtimer!s conectbefore NOTE:Smallteethon timerindicator are usedto applyingpowerandtesting.TimerhasAC and adjustindicator dotif cycledoesnotconespond with DC connections, Timerterminalblocksand timer indicatedfunction. are color coded to indicaleconect positioning,6. Tum timer mounteddispensingcam clod$^,ise Refertoappropriate electrical diagramil necessary..':, 9. Reverseprocedureto reassemble.

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withoutremovinglhe dryer,dependingupon indlvlduafinstallation. . lf freestanding or undercounter inslallation, removb thetoppanel. Removeone (1) screwsecuringthe water l6vel controltocabinet. Removewiringto the waterlevelcontrol. Remove thewaterlevelcontrolpressure tube. procedure toinstallnewwaterlevelcontrol. Reverse

SELECTORCONTROL WATERTEMPERATURE DO NOT ATTEMPTTO ADJUSTTHE RANGEOF THEWATERLEVELCONTROL To Test Water Level Controt: Do not condemna waterlevelcontroluntilthe entire systemhasbeenexaminedandtested.Forexample,if the air bell,locatedat the sump.area,has filtedwith water,thewaterlevelcontrolwilloverfillthetub. 1. lf any water is remainingin the tub, emptyby advancing timerto a draincycle(seecyclechart). 2. Afterwater has drainedout, lum off washerand removefrontservicepanel. 3. Examine theairbell.ThereshouHnotbeanywater or foreignobjectsvisiblein theair befl. 4. Tumtimerto a fill cycle.Atterthewaterlevelcontrol pushandtumthetimerto'OFF," hasbeensatisfied, opendoor and measurethe depthof water.The depthshouldbe 4-518't 3/8".lf not,drainwasher andcontinuewithstep5. .... supply. 5. Disconnect the washerfrom'electrical 6. Remove thewirefromtheterminal"l"onthewater -' levelcontrol. Check 7. continuitybenreenterminals1 and2. Conexists,replace tinuityshouldexist.lf no continuity the waterlevelcontrof. 8. Removethepressuretubefromwaterlevelcontrol andattacha shortpieceof scrappressuretubeto waterlevelcontrol.Blowintotubeuntilwaterlevel controlrtrips"andtightlyclampendof tubingshut. 9. Recheckcontinuity betweenterminals1 and2. No continuityshouldexist.Checkfor continurtyb+ shouldexist tweentenninals1 and 3. Continuity Leavethe clampedscraptubingattachedto ths waterlevelcontroffor a few minutes.ff waterlevel control"trips"duringthis time frame,the internal diaphragmis leakingand the waterlevelcontrol E!. mustbe replaced. To Removeor ReplaceWaler LevelControl: 1. Disconnect washerfromelectricalsupply. 2. lf dryeris stackedqnwasher,removeclothesdryer fromtop of washer.Note: h maypossibleto slide dryerbackfarenoughto acc€sswaterlevelcontrol

forwashingandrinsingareset Thewatertemperahlres by usingthewatertemperature selector.Turntheknob to thedesiredwatertemperature combination. Several combinations wash/rinse watertemperature are available. are: Selections "COLD-COLD",'WARM-COLD","WAR M.WARM" "HOT-COLD", and"HOT-WARM" fHOT-WARM"is not usedon domesticmodels). To Test WaterTemperatureControl Switch: of thewatertemperature controlswitchconContinuity tactscanbe checkedusingthe chartor thewiringand schematicdiagramon the back side of the servica panel, Tb test,remow wiresfromswitchandcheckcontinulty betweenterminalsas indicatedon thewatertemperaiure controlswitchchartfoundon the units electrical diagram. WATERTEMPERATURE SWITCH CIRCUIT WASTYRINSETEMP t €

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6. Remove knob from water lemperaturecontrol switch. 7. Removetwo screwssearringthe watertempefEF turecontrolswitchto Cabinet. 8. Removewiringto the water temperaturecontrol switchand rembvethe swilch. 10. Reverseprocedure l newwatertemperatu to iRstaf re ,. . ' controlswitch.

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BothintetsolenoUvalvesare identicalin construction andoperation. ThevalvebodyprovirCes an airpassage with a largeorifice,and seat where,the:watercan be stopped.The outletof the valvebodyemptiesintothe mixingchamber.A moveablerubbdrdiaphragmoperatesagainstthe valvesealto startandstopthe flowof water.Thediaphragry.ig operatedby waterpressure.lt hasa smallbleedorificeoutsidetheseatcontactarea" anda largemainorificeal,itscentel,Thearmatureofthe solenoidservesto open'andblose themainorifice,The armatureoperateswhhina closedmetaltube (vafue, guide)whichis sealed,bythe outeredge of the dia: phragmto the valve body. A coil spring holds the armaturedown againstthe diaphragmmain orifice whenthe sofenoldis not energized..'

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Whenin the ON poshion;"ihetlclisignalwill sound whenthe washcycleis completedandthe clothesare readyto be removedfor drying.The levelof soundis .adjustable from LOWto HIGH.

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Whenthevafueisin a closedposition,thesolenoldisnot Waterhasbledthroughthediaphragmbleed energized. The extra rinseswitchprovidesan extrarihsein the orificeplacingincomingline pressdreon top of the regularwashcyclewhenselected" Thisisaccomplished diaphragm. The bottomof the diaphragmis essqr.rtially. by energizing thedrainpumpto removetherwaterfrom at atmospheric pressure. (opento the outJet)and the thewashtub.Whenenough:water is removedfromthe pressuredifferentialholdsthe valveshut, , .: . tub that'thepressureswititris no lohgersatisfied,the pressure switchwillresetandenergize thefillvalve,thus ' creatingan extrarinse, , i '''f

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ThqwaterintetvalVeis lfyiWo'soleholdopetated valvesinonebody.A hotwaterinletandacoldwatqrinlet valve'discharge intoa commonmixingchamber. Thrj {low.pfWaterbutof thschamberiscontroiled byarubbbr ffowwashercapableof'maintaining a flowrate ot' 4.2 gallonsperminutet 10ol", withincoming waterpressure 'of20to 120P.S.t.Theinletvalves arecoilrolld bytho .,''... timerandwatertemperature selectolswiich;indivldually Figure._. .:--]-or tolether, to prwide hdt, cold,:ol warm,water loi . WdterValved'Ctosed -.-::,washingand coldor'warm'waterfor rinsing.Thetem-, --r. --.. peraturE ofthewannmixtur6'willUe 66n05;t uponthe Whenthesolenoldis'eneglzed,the resultingmagf,eiHc temperatureand pressureof the hot bnd cold'watir fieldpullsthe armatureup intothe valveguide. supplylines.

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thewasherfromelectricalsupply. 1. Disconnect 2. Makea continuitycheckof the valvehamesslo. The diaphragmbfeedorificeis muchsmallerthanthe determinewhetheror not a circuitexists. mainorificeandwillnotadmitenoughwatertornaintain 3. Use an ohmmeter.Resislanceof the sotenold pressureonthetbpsldeof thediaphragm. Thus,asthe shouldbe approximatelySS0 ohmst|V/[email protected]"F. pressureon the top of the diaphragmis reducedto and solenoid test OK, simulatea normal lf hamess 4. almostzero,the pressureon the bottomliftsthe diaby testingsolenoidcoil, using a operation valve phragmoffthevafveseat,allowinga fullflowof water. separate115 voh power sourcedirectly,with a properlyfusedandgroundedservicecord. 5. lf watervalveoperateson bothsolenoids,check timer,waterlevelcontrol,and watertemperatur€ selectorswitchcircuits.ll watervalvefailsto operate, checkvalve inlet screensfor debrisand/or replacewatervalve. ,, ; :. To Removg,orReplaceWaterValve:

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3. lf freestanding, removethe top panelandthe top 12. Rele_ase springoff front(smaller)projectlbnto put panelfrontmountingbrackets. tensionon camfolfower. i 4. Removescrews(6)securingthecontrolpanel. Five 13. qe "a],"b","c",notations onthedispenser housing of thescrewsare locatedon the rearof thecontrol ,: pfelto: ', paneland one screwis on the frontside,located a=detergent'chamber behindthebottomleftcornerofthefabricdispenser b = bleachchamber drawer. c = fabricsoftenerchamber Remove indicatorlamp andreedswitchfromcontrot panelby pryinggentlywith a smdllscrewdriver, beingcarefulnotto distortor damagecontrolpanel securement labs. 6. Removethelongdispenser connecting rodbypultinggentlyat eachendto remove. 7. Removecam followerat timerby turningphillips headfastenercounterclockwise about1/8turn,and pulltorelease. 8. Removepivotingarmon dispenserby depressing chtchandpullingup on arm. 9. Remove waterdistributor byprgtfrg catchoutslightly withsmallscreWdriver whileliftingup. 10. To reassemble, use the triangularprojectfons to preloadthespringbeforeinstalling. Placethespring ' ontherearprojection thenwindspring3/4turnand hookon smallprojection.

The eccentricpointershou[dstopin the middleof eachchambe/sbandwidth.lf this is not possible, cenlef,[he pointefto areas "b' and "C,,at the expenseofarea"a"usingtheadjusting leverbeside centerof pivotingarm. '

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SpringReleaseTool BendFrom1/4"Rod 9. Refrbvescrews(3)fromdispenserassembly,two at rearandoneon front. 10. Pushlo releasecatcheson upperfrontcomersof dispenserassemblyandpushdispenserrearward slightly. 11. Removescrewsthat were re-installed at rear of paneltoremovespringsand lift controlmounting controlmountingpanelfromcabinet.Pivotcontrol panelawayfromdispeinserto mounting gainaccess to dispenser.lt may be necessary to removethe waterlevelcontrolfor.greatermobilityif sufficient clearancecannotbe obtained. ',, 12. Removebelfows fromlipof frontpanel. 13.Removescrews(2)fromfillspoutabovedoorhlrrge; 14.Removedriptrayfromdispdnserassembly. : 15. Disconnect venthosefromrightsideof dispenser assemblyby pullingto remove. 16. Removefill hosesfromrearof dlspenser. 17. Removeoneof the clampsfromrubberconnector securingdispenserto fill nozzle. 18. Reverseprocedure to reassemble. DRIVEMOTOR Thbdrivemotori5a 120voh,reversible, variablespeed, 16'pole,D.Gi,'mo!or coupledwithan electronicspeed contiolunit'andtimer.The motorddvesthe tub drive putfeywitha 6 rib PoV-Vbeh. .:

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beltoff pulley.Thebehis elasticandis designedto "give"enoughto removeandinstallinthismanher. Disconnect thewiringhamessconnectorblockand groundwire. Removemotormountingbolts(4). Slidemotorto lrontwhilesupportingto remove. Reverseprocedure to reinstall, makingsurethatbeh tracks in the centerof the tub pulley.Adjust.by movingbehon motorpulleyif requhed.

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2. Checkresistanoeof armature(rotor)windingsbe' tweenterminals5 and 6. Resistance valueshould (the less 5 ohms be than wkierangeof resistance is dueto measuring throughthebrushesofthemotor.) 3. Checkresistance oftachogenerator betweentermivalueshouldbe135ohms. nals1 and2. Hesistance 4. Checkthecontinuity ofthemolorproteclorbetween terminals7 and8. Resistance shouldbelessthan1 ohm.

Thedrivebeh(6ribflatPoly-V)isusedtotransmitpower lromthe motorpulfeytothetub.Thebehis constructed of a materialthat stretches,whichmakesbehtension adjustments unnecessary. To Removeor Replacethe Ddve Belt washerfromelectricalsupply. 1 . Disconnect 2. Removerearservicepanel. 3. Removebeltby tumingtub drivepufleyandrolling

To Removeor Replacethe Drive Motor 1. Disconneawasherfrom electicalsupply.

beltoff pulley.Thebehis elasticandis designedto "give"enoughto removeandinstallinthismanner. procedure Reverse to reinstall, makingsurethatbelt tracksinthecenterofthetubpulley. Adjusttracking, if required,by movingbelton motorpulley.

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SpeedControtmonitorsa tachogeneraTheElectronic torbuiltintotheDGdrivemotor.ltspurposeisto control the motor(tub)RPMduringthewashard spincycles. Thespeedcontrolis mountedonthebaseat rightrear.

A RadioFrequency Interfererice NoiseSuppressorprotectsinternallogiccircuhryby suppressinglinelo line andlinetogroundcommonmod6interferences. TheRFI noisesuppressor is mountedto the cabinetreinforcementlocatedin the rightrearcorner.

following funcTheElectronic SpeedControlseruesthe tions:

To Test RFINoiseSuppressor:

1. ConvertsAC voltageto DGvoltagefor useby the drivemotor. 2. Maintainsspin basketspeedsduringwash (52 the RPM)andspin(650RPMmar.)by monitoring oulput,andthenvarying drivemotortachogenerator theDCvoltageoutputto.thedrivemotorto regulate of loadsize. thespinbasketspeedindependentfy prevent excessive 3. Providesinitialspeedrappt to and/ortabinetwalking. machinevibrations and unbalanced loadsuntil'conected 4. Redistribules or desiredspeedsareachieved.

thewasherfronielectricalsupply. 1. Disconnec-t is stacked onwasher,removeclothesdryer 2. lf dryer tromtopof washer. ri or undercounterinstalfation, 3. lf freestanding removethetoppanel. i, 4. Removeallwiringto the RFInobesuppressor "L'and'8", betweentefiinals 5. Checkforcontinuity "N" between 6. Ghecklorcontinuity terminals and"W'. "N" shouldbe. terminals"L"to 7. Resistancebetween 6801(t. approximately shouldexistbetWeen terminals"B'to 8. Nocontinuity "G"and"\M to "G'.

To Removeor ReplaceElectronicSpeedGontrol: 1. Disconnect washerfromelecticatsupply. 2. The electronicspeedcontrollermay be removed fromeitherthefrontor rearof thewasher,the rear beinga littleeasierif accessto the washeris not restricted. panef,golo removerearservic-e 3. ll easif accessible, panel is noteasilyqccessed, step5. lf rearserVice installdion,go to as in a stackedor undercounter step4. . 4. Removelowerfrqnt accesspanel. . . 5. Removetwo screwssecrtringspeedcontrolhous' ing to base, and pull housing up to -disengage housinglocatingpinsfromb?sbr . ,'.,,. 6. Removewidngto the electronicgpeedcontrol. liousingto r€lease 7. Unsnapcatchon speed;.,oontrol ',:-,1 speedcontrolboard. , . : ;,.:iii $. ..

To Removeor ReplaceRFINoiseSuppressor: supply; etectrical 1. Disconnectthe'washerfrom 2. lf dryerisstackedonwasher,removeclothesdryerr fromtopof washer. riemove 3. lffreestandingorundercounterinstallation, thetoppanel. 4. Removell2qhex nut securingthe RFInoisesup pressortocabinet. 5. Removewidngto the RFlnoisesuppressor. $., Reverseprocedureto installnewRFI noisesup

surbti\'at,' , 8. InstallnewmotorspeeQlpptroliffinaltng

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DRAINPUMPAND MOTORASSEMBLY The.pumpsystemconsistsof an AC motorandpump assembly,a bellowstypesumphose,air bell,andan extemalcabinetdrainhose. ThedrainnJmpandmolorassembly is mounted onthe baseat the rightfrontcomerof thecabinet.

7. Removetwo hex head screwssecuringthe driin -: motorandpumpassemblyto cabinetbase. 8. Reverseprocedureto installnewdrainmotorand pumpassembly. AIR BELLANDPRESSURE CONNECTING TUBE

In ordertoprovirJe enoughair pressureto ac'tivate the waterlevelcontrolswitch, a largevolumeof airmustbe Whenthe washor rinsecycleis compleled, the timer compressed andtransferred to the waterlevelcontrol. energizes thepumpmotorto removewaterfrom thetub. This is accompfished by usingan air bell and black The pumpmotorremainsin operationthroughout the rubbertubing. spincycle. Theairstoredintheairbellis compressed bytheweight of the waterin the tub. The resultingpressureis then To Test DrainPumpMotorWindings: r: transferred to thewaterlevelcontrolthroughthe black rubbertubing. 1. Disqonnect thewasherfromelectrical supply. r 2. Removefrontaccesspanellromwasher. To Removeor HeplaceAir Bell: 3. Disconnect harnessplugfrortllump motor. 4. Gheckresistanceof motorwindings.Resistancs 1 , Disconnect washerfromelec,trical supply. shouldbe approximately 4.8ohms+10%@77"F, 2. Removetwo screwssecuringthe front service panel. ro fr8ff,ffi'or ReplJce DrainPumpMotor: 3. Remove theservicepanelbypr.rlling down.. .r 4. Removedrain hose'fromdrainand emptyany 1 . Disconnect ihe washerfromelectrical suppf, remaining waterin hose.Usea largepot or pan. 2. Removefrontaccesspanelfromwasher. clampsecuringairbelltosumphoseand 5. Remove 3. Flemovebolts(2)securing, coverto pump. remov€connecting motor. tubefromair bell. plug electricalharness frompumpmo- 6. Instaflnewair bellandconnecting 4. Disconnect tube. tor. 7. Reverseprocedure to reassemble. 5. Removsclampsecuringsumphoseto pump. : 6. Removeclamp securinge).terior'drainhose to NOTE:Sealairconneclhgtubeto air:.belt andairbeltto '?"' pump. sump hose using waterproofglue such as p/n DONOTplugconnecting 5364709100. tubeopening.

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TUB COUNTERWEIGI|TS

DOORBELLOWS

To Removeor ReplaceRearCountenreight:

To Removeor ReplaceBellows

1. Djsconnect thewasherfromelectricalsupply. ' -' 2.. Rehoverearaccesspanelfromwasher.: 3. Removetockingnuts(2),washers,and reinforcementplates'frombohssecuringweights, ,4. Reverseprocedureto reassembfe.' ' To Removeot:BepiaceFront Counlenyeights: .

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To accsssthe fiont counterweights,remove the compfeteoutertubassembly first.Reference To Removeor ReplaceOuteror InnerTub" under'OUTERTUB" sectionandcompletesteps1- 23togainaccesstofront counterweight mountingbolts. .. AIR SHOCKABSORBER i

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To Removeor ReplaceAir ShocftAbsorber: Air shockabsorbersmaybe removedorreplacedfrom thefrontofthewasherif accesstotherearoi thewasher is restrictedor the dryeris:stacked abovethe washer.

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,1. , NOTE:To havebetteraccessto the beilowstharitrls procedureprovides,removethe completeouter tub assemblyfhst. lf this optionalmethodis prefened; reference'ToRemoveor ReplaceOuteror tnnerTubi under"OUTERTUB'sectionandcompletestepstr. 29, : thenbeginat step12 below. 1. Disconnect the wa6herfromelectricafsupply. 2. lf dryerisstackedon washer,removecfothesdryer fromtop of washer. 3. lf undercounter installation, removethetop panet.: 4. Removedoorfrom hingefor betteraccess. 5. Rernovethe springretainersand.re-installtherear screwswithoutthespringretainer.Thiswiltholdthe controlrnountingpaneldownwhenthe springsare lifted.Unhooktubsupportspringsandmovethemto the nextlargeholebackon the sidepanelflange. The springsmay be removedby graspingthe tub assemblyon the lowertub reinforcement ar€aand lifting(4:00and7:00positionapprox,) whileguiding the top endof the springwiththe otherhandto the newlocation.Or a simpletoolmaybe bentfrom%" roundrodthatwitlsimplifythistask.Use,thetoolto , hookthe bottomof the springand liftto remove.

1. Disconnect the'washelfrometectricat suppli. 2'. Remove'rear accesspanelfromwasher. pinsby depressing 3. Removeairshocksecurement lockingtabwhilepulfingpinto remove. Thisproce: dureis mucheasieril a deep1/2',6 poi4tgocket (or 13 milliireter,6 point) is used to'com'pressilre lobkingtab of theplasticpin.Pushthe socketonto the taperedendof the pin as far as it will go to compressthe lockingtab. 4. Usepliersto graspheadof pinandpultto'rerhove. As thepin is removedthe socketwifldropfree. 5. Whenreplacingtlleiirshockmak6Curetoposition ' it withthe bellehdis faCidgdownward. 6. Lubricatethe securement pinswithSil-Glideobe. foreinstalling.

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6. Remove fillspoutmounting screwsfromfrontpanel. 13. Removebellows,relnfor0ementr'and retainipg 7. Removescrews(6)securingthecontrolpanel. Five springby pullingloose. of thescrewsare focatedon the rearof the control 14. Installbellows reinforcement on newbellows., paneland one screwis on the frontside,located behindthebottomleftcomerofthefabricdispenser drawer. 8. Removeindicatorlampand reedswitchfromcontrol panelby pryinggentlywith a smallscrewdriver, beingcarefulnotto distortor damagecontrolpanel securement labs. L Removethelongdispenserconnecting rodbypullinggentlyat eachendto remove. 10. Removepivotingarmon dispenserby depressing catchandpullingupon arm. 11. Removescrews(3)fromdispenser assembly, two at rearandoneonfront.Releasedispensermountingtabsandpushdispenserrearward to clearfront opening.Afterdispenser assggrbly hasclearedthe pushdispenserassemblydown frontopening, asfar as possible. groovein replacementbelfowswith a 12. Pullouterlip of bellowsfromfrontpanel.Remove 15. Lubricate liberalapplication of lQuUsoap. wireclampsecuringbellowstolill spout.Removing 16. by using Installbellows aturningmotionstartingat andinstalling thefillspoutclampwillbea greatdeal top ths of the tub. At the sametimeapplypressure easierif a simpletool is constructed froma scrap prevent portion to the of the beltowsaheadyenpieceof tubing.Partiallysqueezeoneendof a short gaged groove popping in the from out. pieceof 3/8'or 112"O.D.tubing.Slipthecollapsed bellows l7.'Once is fully engaged in its mounting endoftubingoverthetwistedendsof theclampand groove,rotateto theproperlocationby liningup the rotalethetoolonefulltumtounlocktheclamp.lftool pointer(onbellows)withthe 12:00positibnon the is hardto turn,wrapwithfrictiontapeor ducttapeto outertub. improvegrip. 18. Installbellowsretainingspring.This is done by '"' t ':i : slippingthespringinthegrooveatthebottomof the outer tub openingfirst. Stretchthe springwhile guldingit intothegrooveallthewayaroundthetub openingandworktowardtop 19. Insefifillspoutintothebellows.Reinstall wireclamp onfill nozzleusingtubingtool to twistclamp.Make certainfillspout is pulleddownas far as possible , whichwill aidin reinstalling clamp. 20. Reverseproceduretb reassemble. OUTERTUB To Hemoveor HeplaceO-uteror InnerTub thewasherfromblectricalsupply. ' 21.. Disconnect lf dryeris stackedon washer,removeclothesdryg+ fromlop of washer. 3. lf freestanding or undercounter remsw installation, the topiianel. 4. Shutotfwatersupplyanddisconnect watersupply hosesfromwatervalve. 5. [email protected] 6. Disconnectths motor wiring hamessconnector block and groundwire. Removewire tie to free hamessfromtub. 7. Removepressur€filltubefromwaterlevefcontrol. Page 38

8. Remove$e lrontaccesspanel. 9. Loosenclampsecuringsumphosetromtub and removebellowsstylehosefromtub. 10. Removewirespringclampfromairbell. pinsby de11..Remove,air shockgppersecurement pressing pufling pintoremove. lockingtabwhile This procedureis mucheasierif a deep 1/21,6 polnt pqrint) socket(orl3 millimeter,6 isusedtocompress the lockingtab of the plasticpin.Pushthe socket ontothetaperedendof thepinasfaras it wiflgoto compress thelockingtab.Usepliersto grasphead of pinandpulltoremove.Asthepinis removed the socketwilldropfree. .

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12. Pull upperend,o!air,shocks: frea from,:1lrb and position shocksuprigflawayfromtubfgrclearance. 13. Protectfloorand-eiieful$laywasheronits back. 14. Removefillspoutmountingscrewsfromfrontpanel. 15. Pullouterllpof bellowsfromflangeon frontpanel. 16. Bemowonescrewol thesuspension springretainingstrapandloosentheolherone.Pivotstrapoutof thewaytopermitaccesstospring.Remove suspension springsfiromwashercabinetand then from outertub.NOTE:Greenendof springconnectsto cabinet. 17. Garefutlylift cabinetto cleartub assemblyandset aside.Autornatic dispenser willremainconnected to tubassembly. 18. Reverseprocedure to reassemble. INNERTUBANDBEARINGS + ':' f-ir : .. To Removeor HeplaceInnerTubor Bearlngs: 1. Removeoutertub assembly.See To Removeor ReplaceOuteror InnerTub"under"OUTERTUB" sectionandcompletesteps1 - 23. 2. Removethe screws(23) securingthe outertub . halvestogether.Rotatetub assembly so thatfront

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openingis facedown. iemovi behby tumingtubdrivepulleyand riting beltoffpulley.Thebehis elasticandis designedto "give"enoughto removeandinstallin thismbnner. Removepulleyfromtub shaft. Removerearmotormountingscrews. Separateoutertubhalves.GAUT|ON:Usecaution. in handlingthe innertub,the outersurfaceis very.. sharplThereplacement rearout€rtub comeswilh , newbearings, waterseal,andsealbetweenhalves alreadyinstalled. Removethe inner tub from the tub supportby removingthe bohs(6)securing thethreelegs:Whentorqusbciltsto 24ft. lbs, reassembling, .

procedure Rerrerse to reassemble usingillustration belowtoshowoutertubscrewtightening sequence. Afterthesefour;anysequencoOK.Torqueto 75 85 in.lbs.

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To Removeor ReplaceTub Vanes:

2. Slide vane forwardtowarddoor openinguntil it

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