WASHING MACHINE DRUM TYPE Basic Model : WF220ANW (BIGBANG PROJECT) Model Name :

WF361BVB*** WF363BTB*** WF365BTB***

Model Code : WF361BVBEWR/A2 WF363BTBEUF/A2 WF365BTBGWR/A2

SERVICE WASHING MACHINE (DRUM)

Manual

CONTENTS 1. Safety Instructions 2. Features and Specifications 3. Disassembly and Reassembly 4. Troubleshooting 5. PCB Diagram 6. Wiring Diagram 7. Schematic Diagram 8. Reference

WF361BVBEWR

Refer to the service manual in the GSPN (see the rear cover) for the more information.

CONTENTS 1. Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1-1. Safety instructions for service engineers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2. Features and Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 2-1. Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 2-2. Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 2-3. Comparing specifications with existing models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 2-4. Options specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 3. Disassembly and Reassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 3-1. Tools for disassembly and reassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 3-2. Standard disassembly drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 4. Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 4-1. Error modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 4-2. Corrective actions for each error code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 5. PCB diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 5-1. Main PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 5-2. Detailed Manual for Connector and Relay Terminal Part (Main PCB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 5-3. Sub PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 5-4. Detailed Manual for Connector Terminal Part (Sub PCB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 6. Wiring diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 6-1. Wiring diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 7. Schematic diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 7-1. Main control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 7-2. Sub control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 8. Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40

1. Safety InStructIonS 1-1. Safety InStructIonS for ServIce engIneerS Be sure to observe the following instructions to operate the product correctly and safely to prevent possible accidents and ha ards while servicing. Two types of safety symbols Warning and Caution are used in the safety instructions. Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in severe personal injury or death. WarnIng Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in minor personal injury or property damage. cautIon

WarnIng

Before ServIcIng

(When servicing electrical parts or harnesses) Ma e sure to disconnect the power plug before servicing. 4

ailing to do so may result in a ris of electric shoc .

Do not allow consumers to connect several appliances to a single power outlet at the same time. 4 There is a ris of fire due to overheating.

When removing the power cord ma e sure to hold the power plug when pulling the plug from the outlet. 4

ailing to do so may damage the plug and result in fire or electric shoc .

When the washing machine is not being used ma e sure to disconnect the power plug from the power outlet. 4

ailing to do so may result in electric shoc or fire due to lightning.

Do not place or use gasoline thinners alcohol or other ammable or explosive substances near the washing machine. 4 There is a ris of explosion and fire caused from electric spar s.

Safety Instructions _ 1

cautIon

Before ServIcIng

Do not sprin le water onto the washing machine directly when cleaning it. 4 This may result in electric shoc or fire and may shorten the product lifetime.

Do not place any containers with water on the washing machine. 4 f the water is spilled it may result in electric shoc or fire. This will also shorten the product lifetime.

Do not install the washing machine in a location exposed to snow or rain. 4 This may result in electric shoc or fire and shorten the product lifetime.

Do not press a control button using a sharp tool or ob ect. 4 This may result in electric shoc or damage to the product.

cautIon

WHILe ServIcIng

When wiring a harness ma e sure to seal it completely so no li uid can enter. 4 Ma e sure that they do not brea when force is exerted.

Chec if there is any residue that shows that li uid entered the electric parts or harnesses. 4 f any li uid has entered into a part replace it or completely remove any remaining moisture from it.



f you need to place the washing machine on its bac for servicing purposes place a support(s) on the oor and lay it down carefully so its side is on the oor. 4 Do not lay it down on its front. This may result in the inside tub damaging parts.

2 _ Safety Instructions

WarnIng

WHILe ServIcIng

Chec if the power plug and outlet are damaged attened cut or otherwise degraded. 4 f faulty replace it immediately. ailing to do so may result in electric shoc or fire. Completely remove any dust or foreign material from the housing wiring and connection parts. 4 This will prevent a ris of fire due to trac ing and electrical ha ard.. When connecting wires ma e sure to connect them using the relevant connectors and chec that they are completely properly. 4 f tape is used instead of the connectors it may cause fire due to trac ing. Ma e sure to discharge the PB power terminals before starting the service. 4

ailing to do so may result in a high voltage electric shoc .

When replacing the heater ma e sure to fasten the nut after ensuring that it is inserted into the brac et-heater. 4 f not inserted into the brac et-heater it touches the drum and causes noise and electric lea age.

WarnIng

after ServIcIng

Chec the wiring. 4 Ensure that no wire touches a rotating part or a sharpened part of the electrical harness. Chec for any water lea age. 4 Perform a test run for the washing machine using the standard course and chec whether there is any water lea age through the oor section or the pipes. Do not allow consumers to repair or service any part of the washing machine themselves. 4 This may result in personal in ury and shorten the product lifetime.



f it seems that grounding is needed due to water or moisture ma e sure to run grounding wires. (Chec the grounding of the power outlet and additionally ground it to a metallic water pipe.) 4



rounding terminal

ailing to do so may result in electric shoc due to electric lea age.

Running a grounding wire - Twist a grounding wire (copper wire) two or three times around the tap. -

f you connect the grounding wire to a copperplate bury it 75 cm under the earth in a place with a lot of moisture. Do not connect the grounding wire to a gas pipe plastic water pipe or telephone wire. There is a ris of electric shoc or explosion.

75 cm Copperplate

Safety Instructions _ 3

cautIon

after ServIcIng

Chec the assembled status of the parts. 4

ow is a good time to inspect your wor . Review all connections and wiring including mounting hardware.

Chec the insulation resistance. 4 Disconnect the power cord from the power outlet and measure the insulation resistance between the power plug and the grounding wire of the washing machine. The value must be greater than 1 M when measured with a 5 DC Megger.

Chec whether the washing machine is level the oor with respect to the original position of the washing machine prior to service. By doing this now will reduce for the need of customer dissatisfaction and redo call. 4

ibrations can shorten the lifetime of the product.

4 _ Safety Instructions

2. Features and speciFications 2-1. Features Features

escription

Ball Balance

Counterbalances the washer and provides low-vibrations and low-noise. - Ball Balance Counterbalances the drum that spins during washing. - Spins the drum directly with the upgraded DD motor noise and vibrations are minimi ed.

au en Drum enus Style

ormal Drum Washing Machine

Even bul y garments and blan ets get super clean. The large 3.6 cu.ft. capacity leaves enough room for a more thorough cleaner wash.

extra Large capacity

irect ri e n erter otor

edesta it Stora e ra ers Model o WE357 7W S R B

The power to handle anything Our direct-drive inverter motor delivers power right to the washer tub from a variable speed reversible motor. direct-drive motor generates a higher spin speed of 1 1 rpms for more effective uiet operation. The washer also has fewer moving parts.

n optional 15 pedestal is available to raise the washer for easier loading and unloading. t also offers a built-in storage drawer that can hold a 1 o . bottle of detergent

stacking Model o S -3 1 S -4 S -5



Samsung washers and dryers can be stac ed to maximi e usable space. n optional stac ing it is available for purchase from your Samsung retailer.

Features and Specifications

2-2. speciFications tYpe

Front LoadinG WasHer . eight-Overall

diMension (inches / cm)

3 .7

B. Width

27 6 .6 cm

C. Depth With Door Open

5 . 12 cm

D. Depth

31.5

Water pressure

cm

2 -116 psi ( 137 Pa

WeiGHt

Pa )

174 lbs (7 g)

capacitY

3.6 cu.ft W S

poWer consuMption

.4 cm

12

14 W

12

6 W

SP

12

43 W

DR

12

W

W S



D E T

spin reVoLution

11

C

rpm

D

A

B

Features and Specifications

2-3. coMparinG speciFications WitH existinG ModeLs Grade

WF361

WF363

F

WF220

3.6 cu.ft

3.6 cu.ft

3.6 cu.ft

3.5 cu.ft

DD Motor

DD Motor

DD Motor

DD Motor

image

Capacity ( cu.ft DOE ) Motor Type M

Main spec

RPM

11

11

11

11

RT

es

es

es

es

Steam

-

es

es

-

Silver Care

-

-

-

-

Diamond Drum

-

-

-

-

es

es

es

es

4 evel

4 evel

4 evel

4 evel

Delay Wash

1 hrs delay wash

1 hrs delay wash

1 hrs delay wash

1 hrs delay wash

arment

es

es

es

es

Tilted Drum

1 degree

1 degree

1 degree

1 degree

ME

bove 3.

bove 3.

bove 3.

WC

Below 3.3

Below 3.3

Below 3.3

Below 3.7

Below 7

Below 7

Below 14

Center

Center

Center

Center

White

a e blue

White

White

-

-

-

Cr

Cr

Spray (Silver)

eater Washing Cycle Temperature evel

target er or ance

nnual Power og Dial ocation Color design

Door

Deco

-

Cover (Rim)

Control Display Dimension (W D

)

o Spray (White)

bove 2.5

raphic ED

raphic ED

raphic ED

raphic ED

27 x 31.5 x 3 .7 inch

27 x 31.5 x 3 .7 inch

27 x 31.5 x 3 .7 inch

27 x 31.5 x 3 .7 inch

Features and Specifications

2-4. options speciFications item

item name

BO T-SP

ER

(Wrench)

C P-

ER

ode o.

DC6 -4 146

DC67-

3 7 (5E )

remark

Default

Default

SS - OSE W TER (C)

DC 7-1564

Default

SS - OSE W TER ( )

DC 7-1564 B

Default

DC62-1 27

Default

DC6 - 2 32

Default

OSE-

M

ER

SER

ote Customer can purchase additional water supply and drain hoses from a service center.

Features and Specifications

3. Disassembly anD Reassembly 3-1. Tools foR Disassembly anD Reassembly Tool

Type

Box driver

Remarks

10mm

Heater(1),Tub(12), Fixer screw(5), Motor(2), Balance(9)

13mm

Shock Absorber (2 holes each in left/right), Damper(2), Damper(friction 2)

19mm Pulley(1)

Double-ended spanner

10mm 13mm 19mm

Vice pliers

Replaced by box driver Leg

A Tool for protecting empty turning of bolt or abrasion from using box driver For disassembly of Spin drum

Others (screwdriver, nipper, long nose pliers)

Common tools for servicing

Removal and Reassembly _ 9

3-2. sTanDaRD Disassembly DRawings This is a standard disassembly diagram and may differ from the actual product. se this material as a reference when disassembling and reassembling the product. Part

figure

Description

1. Remove the 2 screws holding the Bac -Cover at the back of the washing machine and separate the Back-Cover pushing it downwards (Assemble it by lifting it upwards,)

2.

fter separating the Bac -Cover remove the M1 nut holding the Motor.

To remove it turn it counter-cloc wise. s the Motor also rotates if the nut is turned slowly, tor ue it uic ly and firmly in a single action. Do not remove the nut by inserting a screwdriver into the Motor, as this may result in a problem with the motor. 3. Remove the M1 nut and washer and then separate the Rotor. Since removing the rotor requires a lot of strength due to the magnetic force of the Rotor and it may come off suddenly, your hand or arm may be injured by the edge of the Stator or rame. Therefore ta e precaution when separating it.

Disassembling and Repairing the Rear motor

You can separate the connector by pressing the navel of the ousing and pulling it outside. HALL SENSOR

MOTOR WIRE

4. Separate the Motor Wire and all Sensor while pressing the navel of the ousing. Take precaution when you do this because the all Sensor part is easily shoc ed.

5. Separate the 6 M1 screws. Separate the ssy Brac et Motor Separate the Stator. When removing the last of the 6 screws hold the Stator as it may fall when the screws are removed. ✔ Check Points for Troubleshooting 1. Chec if there is any alien substance between the Rotor and the Stator. 2. Chec if the motor power (Blue White Red) wire is connected. 3. Chec if the all Sensor wire is connected. The order of the motor wires is Blue White and Red from the right. Chec if the resistance between Blue-White White-Red and Red-Blue is e ual to 15 .

10 _ Removal and Reassembly

Part

figure

Description 1. Disassemble the ront- rame. 2. Separate the connection wire - Separate the Thermostat fixed at the bottom of the Tub. (Ta e precaution as there may be water remaining.) Ma e sure to separate the Thermostat first and then separate the eater. f you fail to observe this order, it may result in a shock and be damaged. 3. Release the nut holding the eater with an M1 tool and then separate the eater.

separating the Heater at the bottom front

Do not completely release the nut. Pull the eater forward after releasing the nut. f the eater is damaged it may cause a problem. Therefore unfasten the nut using spanner or wrench manually without using pincers or twee ers.

(option: This section is applied to the WF220* models.)

When you re-assembly the heater, make sure to install the heater exactly onto the Bracket inside the Tub. f it is not properly installed it may cause a fire. n addition completely insert the packing part into the Tub when assembling it so that the packing part is completely attached onto the Tub. ✔ Check Points for Troubleshooting 1. Chec if the resistance of the eater is e ual to 27.1 (for the 1 (for the 2 W product). 2. Chec if the resistance of the Thermistor is e ual to 12

W product) or 26.2

(at room temperature).

Removal and Reassembly _ 11

Part

figure

Description

1. Remove the 2 hexagon screws which are at the bac fixing the CO ER-TOP.

2. Disassemble the CO ER-TOP by sliding it backwards and remove the 4 screws on the P E -CO TRO .

Separate Button

3. Press the Separate button to separate the SS DR WER.

separating the Cover_Top and Panel-Control (Check main-PCb and sub-PCb) 1

2

4. Disassemble the O S -DR WER from the PANEL-CONTROL(Push back and then push Housing-drawer upside to separate)

5. Pull the P E -CO TRO towards and then lift it upwards to separate.

6. Disassemble the W REthe the SS PCB.

12 _ Removal and Reassembly

R ESS connected to

Part

figure

Description

7. Remove the 6 screws and separate the SS PCB.(Separate the SS OB E CODER at first) separating the Cover_Top and Panel-Control (Check main-PCb and sub-PCb) . Disassemble M -PCB and S B-PCB from the SS PCB by pressing on the hoo .

Removal and Reassembly _ 13

Part

figure

Description

1. Remove the 2 screws holding the and the R ME- RO T.

E-DOOR

2. Disassemble the SS DOOR lifting it up slightly.

3. Remove the 15 screws fixing the O DERSS(including the 2 blue screws holding the E ER-DOOR). 4. Disassemble the O DERCO ER-DOOR.

Disassembling and Reassembling the Door Part

SS from

5. Remove the screws to separate the DOOR.

E-

✔ Check Points for Troubleshooting Chec the status of the screws holding the inge (chec if they are loose). Chec if the front and rear of the door and the hinge part are not damaged.

14 _ Removal and Reassembly

Part

figure

Description

1. Pull the D P R M upside and finish disassembling along the circle.

2. Remove the 2 screws to separate the DOOR OC S W.

Disassembling the front Cover/frame front (Check the Door lock s/w)

3. Remove the 4 screws at the top of R MERO T. To assemble, hook the FRAME-FRONT onto the BOTTOM-PALTE and then insert the assembly hoo into the hole.

4. Push the lever and pull it towards to open the CO ER- TER.

5. Separate the remaining W TER REMO HOSE (BLUE) from the hook and remove the 2 screws (RED).

6. Press the PPER-P TE slightly with the screwdriver to separate the R ME- RO T.

Removal and Reassembly _ 15

Part

figure

Description

1. Separate the CO ER-TOP and then separate the wire connected to the valves.

Disassembling and Repairing the water supply Valve

2. Remove the 4 screws fixing the valves.

3. Remove the hose connected to the valves. (Use the plier to remove the hose)

1. Separate the wire connected the SE SORPRESS RE. 2.

d ust the plastic clip( of pressure sensor) between two nose of plier, then grip and pull the plastic clip with caution(Use the long nose plier to push the hoo ).

Disassembling and Repairing the water level sensor. 3. Remove the hose from the SE SORPRESS RE. Use the long nose

✔ Check Points for Troubleshooting Chec the resistance with a tester.

Disassembling the inside Detergent box

16 _ Removal and Reassembly



old the Clamp of the Detergent Box and disassemble the ose-Drawer-Tub.

Part

figure

Description

1. Separate the R ME- RO T and then remove the 2 screws fixing the P MP.

2. Separate the Clamp of the hose connected to the P MP and then pull the DR - OSE. Disassembling the Pump motor Part

3. Separate the Clamp of the hose connected to the P MP and then pull the OSE- R. 4. Separate the Clamp of the hose connected to the P MP and then pull the OSE-DR .

5. Separate the wire connected to the P MP.

Removing the Remaining water

f the washing machine wor s drain the water in the wash tub by selecting the Spin course. If the washing machine does not work, remove the laundry from the wash tub and scoop the remaining water out of the tub using a cup.

Removal and Reassembly _ 17

Part

figure

Description

1. Remove the 2 screws fixing DE-W RE 6 screws fixing R ME-P TE( ).

Disassembling the Tub

2. Remove the 4 bolts fixing WE T B and then pull it towards with caution.

CER

3. Remove the 4 bolts fixing D MPER to ta e SS T B out. 4. Remove all wire and hose connected the SS T B.

5. Open the cap of SPR SS -T B out.

18 _ Removal and Reassembly

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ER to ta e

Part

figure

Description

6.

ift the SS -T B with two people carefully with holding SPR ER.

Disassembling the Tub

7. Remove the M1 bolt from the middle of the T B and separate the T B- RO T and T B-B C .

Removal and Reassembly _ 19

Part

figure

Description

1. Separate the SS DR M from T B remove 6 M1 bolts from the upper SS DR M disassemble the SS E S T.

Disassembling the DRUm

2. Remove 12 screws from the outer sides and then remove the two upper and lower BALL B CERS.

3. Remove 3 screws from the outer sides and then remove the 3 DR M- TERS.

or reassembly follow the disassembly steps in reverse order.

20 _ Removal and Reassembly

4. TroubleshooTing 4-1. error modes This is a washer integrated error mode. For detailed information, refer to the general repair scripts. error Type

Water level sensor

motor driving error and hall sensor error

Water supply error

For usA led

lCd

Causes

remarks

LE

- The part of the hose where the water level sensor is located is damaged (punctured). - The hose is clogged with foreign material. - The hose is folded. - Too much lubricant has been applied to the insertion part of the air hose. - ose engagement error (disengaged) - Part fault ( aulty internal soldering) - The water level sensor terminal is disengaged. - Main PB fault.

3E

- The PB connector terminal is not connected. - The motor spin net is not engaged. - The motor s internal coil is damaged (short-circuited or cut) - The hall sensor terminal is not connected. - oreign material (e.g. a screw) has entered the motor.

This error occurs because of restrained revolutions

E3

- Motor overloaded due to too much laundry ( onsensing) - The motor hall sensor terminal is not connected. - PB fault - The motor driving error from the PB is wea . nstable relay operation etc.

This error occurs when an interference is generated due to too much laundry etc.

bE

- This occurs due to erroneous operating signals from the motor hall sensor. - The PM terminal of the main PB is not connected. - The DD motor cover is out of place. - The PCB housing terminal is not connected. - PB fault - DD motor fault

n

- oreign material is entering the water supply valve. - The water supply valve terminal is not connected. (Wire disconnected) - The warm water and rinse connectors are incorrectly switched with each other. - This occurs if the PCB terminal from the drain hose to the detergent drawer is not connected. Chec whether the transparent hose is folded or torn. - The cold and warm water supply hoses are incorrectly switched with each other. - The temperature of the water supplied through the dry valve during a dry cycle is sensed as higher than 7 C.

The water supplied for 1 minute drying cycle is .3 .4 .

- The water temperature is sensed as higher than 5 C in the Wool or ingerie courses.

drain error

nd

- The pump motor impeller is damaged internally. - Wrong voltage (22 11 ) is supplied to the parts. - Part fault - This occurs due to free ing in the winter season - The drain hose is clogged. ( n ection error foreign material) - The water pump terminal is not connected rubber band bills cotton hair pins coins have collected inside the drain pump SS .

Troubleshooting _ 21

error Type

For usA led

lCd

2E

- Chec the consumer s power conditions. Ma e sure to chec the operating voltage. Connect a tester to the internal power terminals during the Boil or Dry operations and observe the washing machine s operation carefully. Chec the voltages. ( n error occurs when under or over voltage is supplied.) Chec whether a plug receptacle is used. When the connecting wire is 1m a momentary low voltage may drop up to 1 - Main PB fault (sometimes)

P

- This error is not a fault but occurs during a momentary power failure When this error code is displayed the operation restarts from the cycle that was stopped due to the power failure. f the washing machine is not operating and this error code is displayed it is displayed to notify that a power failure has occurred.

Power error

Communication error

Causes

-

-

- The signals between the sub and main PB s are not sensed because of commuication error. - Chec the connector connections between the sub and main PB s carefully. Chec for incorrect or loose connections etc. - Remove the sub PB C Panel and chec for any faulty soldering.

E2

- The Power button is pressed continually (for more than 12 seconds). - switch is ammed or stuc due to be pressed unevenly due to deformation of the control panel or button. - This error may occur when the screws that hold the sub PB in place are tightened too much. - button other than the Power button is continually pressed (for more than 3 seconds). - Deformation of an internal plastic in ection part - screw for assembling the sub PB is tightened too much.

Sr

- The main relay of the PB is short-circuited. - The main relay terminal is connected incorrectly. (The terminal is bent and contact cannot be made.)

switch error (main relay error)

22 _ Troubleshooting

remarks

When the PB motor relay does not operate

error Type

For usA led

Causes

lCd

remarks

When the door switch contact error because of a deformation of the is opened door hoo after starting - When the door is pulled by force operation

dS (Before operation)

-

d (During operation)

- This occurs in the Boil wash because the door is pushed due to a pressure difference from internal temperature changes

When the door is not loc ed after the door close operation

door error LO ( nloc ail)

- The door loc switch terminal is connected incorrectly. - The door loc switch terminal is bro en. - This occurs intermittently because of an electric wire lea age - Main PCB fault

( oc ail)

heater error

Water leakage error

r ( eater Relay)

LE

- The washing heater is short-circuited or has a wire disconnected. - The washing heater in the tub has an error. (Contact error temperature sensor fault) - f the water level sensor operates without water because water is fro en or for any other reason and the temperature sensor engaged at the bottom to prevent overheating for the washing heater detects a temperature of 1 to 15 C the washing machine turns the input power off.

f the heater has no error this occurs because of a PB relay malfunction.

- This error occurs when the red temperature sensor at the center of the dry heater operates (at a temperature higher than 145 C) Corrective action Press the button at the center lightly. The washing machine will operate normally. lternatively replace the temperature sensor if the temperature sensing is unstable because of functional degradation. - This occurs when the steam function does not operate normally. - This error does not occur in existing drum products. Chec whether the product is a steam model - eater engagement fault (out of place) - The air hose is out of place and water lea age occurs during the spin cycle. - The tub-bca at a safety volt fixed location is bro en. - Water lea age occurs at the front with foaming because of too much detergent - Water lea age occurs because the connecting hose to the detergent drawer is connected incorrectly. - The drain pump filter cover is engaged incorrectly. - Water lea age occurs at the drain hose. - Screws at the duct-condensing are worn. - The no le-diaphragm is engaged in the opposite direction or the rubber pac aging is omitted. - Water lea age occurs because the screws that hold the tub-bac or tub-front in place are fastened incorrectly. - The lea age sensor is faulty.

Troubleshooting _ 23

error Type

For usA

Causes

remarks

OE

- Water is supplied continually because the water level detection does not wor . - Because the drain hose is clogged and there is an in ection error (at a narrow section) the water level detection does not wor and water is supplied continually. - Water is supplied continually because of free ing or because there is foreign material in the water supply valve. - This error may occur when the water level sensor is degraded.

This error occurs because the water level sensor terminal is out of place.

Temperature sensor error

tE

- The washing heater in the tub has an error. (Contact error temperature sensor fault) - The connector is connected incorrectly or is disconnected. - f the water level sensor operates without water because the water is fro en or for any other reason and the temperature sensor engaged at the bottom to prevent overheating for the washing heater detects a temperature of 1 to 15 C the washing machine turns the input power off.

eater sensor fault When the connector is connected incorrectly or has a wire disconnected or contact error

unbalance error

dc

er o rror

Foaming detected

led

Sd

24 _ Troubleshooting

lCd

- -

s laundry causes this error chec the laundry. ind the reason for the imbalance and solve it as directed in the user manual.

- This occurs when too much foaming is detected. t is also displayed while foaming is removed. When the removal is finished the normal cycle proceeds. Sd or S dS is displayed when too much foaming is detected and End is displayed when the removal of the foaming is finished. (This is one of the normal operations. t is an error for preventing non-sensing faults.)

1E

3E E3 bE

Washing Motor Error and all Sensor Error (Continued)

led

Water evel Sensor

error Type

lCd

error mode Corrective Actions Chec the water level sensor terminal connections and contacts. n error occurs if an incorrect water level sensor is used. Ma e sure to chec the material code. ( bnormal operation) f the water level sensor is faulty replace it. f the error persists despite ta ing the action above replace the PB .

Chec the motor connector terminal connections and contacts. 3E is displayed because overloading occurs due to too much laundry. f the hall sensor terminal is faulty replace the hall sensor. Chec whether the stator of the motor cover is damaged. Chec for coil disconnections due to foreign material. f the PB control circuit is faulty replace the PB .

Causes

Water level sensor fault ncorrect connections of the water level sensor terminal The hose part for the water level sensor is folded. Main PCB fault

Washing motor fault Washing motor hall sensor fault ncorrect connections of the washing motor hall sensor connector Washing motor rotor and stator fault Main PCB fault

C 1

C 6

C

Chec 2 Chec the resistance on the main PCB. (Between C 6 pin 1 and C 1 pin 1 2 3) - C 6 6P C 1 3P - Resistance pprox. 26 to 35 .

Chec 1 Chec the resistance on the main PCB. (Between C pins 2 and4 3 and 4 of the four pins) - Resistance pprox. 3 to 5 - Chec the voltage when the power is on.

Chec the water level sensor fre uency. - Chec it after the water level sensor and the connector are connected. - re uency pprox. 26.4 with no load

description of Photo

These are common troubleshooting procedures for each drum-type washer error mode. or detailed information refer to the general repair scripts.

4-2. CorreCTive ACTions For eACh error Code

Troubleshooting _ 25

26 _ Troubleshooting

Washing Motor Error and all Sensor Error

error Type

3E E3 bE

led

lCd

error mode Causes

Corrective Actions

T REE P SE MOTOR Measure the Resistance of o.2 and o. 3 of the wire pin on the side of the SE SOR. - The revolution of the drum needs to be reproduced. (Turn the drum by hand.) - Resistance pproximately 3 to 12 ( oltages may differ depending on the speed of the revolutions.)

ERS MOTOR Chec the Resistance of o.1 and o. 4 of the wire pin on the side of the T C O SE SOR. - Resistance pproximately 4 to 45 ( ormal)

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Troubleshooting _ 27

n

nd

Drain Error

led

Water Supply Error

error Type

lCd

error mode

Chec whether the revolutions of the drain pump motor are restrained by foreign material. Chec the foreign material in hosedrain for the natural drain process. Chec the wire connectors on Main PCB and Drain Pump SS . The connector or wire may have poor physical connection. f the drain pump operates abnormally or intermittently when the temperature of the water in the tub is high. f the motor revolutions are restrained due to free ing in the winter season chec the method to remove the free ing and remove as directed.

Water supply value fault Main PCB fault ree ing in the winter season

Drain pump fault ree ing in the winter season oreign materials in the drain pump Main PCB fault



Corrective Actions

f the water supply valve has a wire disconnected replace it. Chec whether the water supply valve is clogged with foreign material and whether water is supplied continually. Chec whether no water is supplied because of free ing in the winter season. f the PB relay operates abnormally replace the PB .

Causes





DR P MP Resistance pproximately 14.2 between the terminals for the Water Supply alve.

DR MOTOR Resistance pproximately 6.3 between the terminals for the Water Supply alve.

1. Chec the resistance for the water supply valve. - Resistance 1. to 1.2 between the terminals of the Water Supply alve. 2. Chec whether there is foreign material in the water supply valve diaphragm.

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28 _ Troubleshooting

-

E2 Sr

Switch Error (Main Relay Error)

led

Communication Error

error Type

lCd

error mode

gAP

occurs after approx. 3 seconds has passed.

Otherwise an error

Chec the contact between the control panel buttons and their corresponding tact switch. - There must be a gap between a control panel button and its corresponding micro switch.

-

Chec the wire connections and terminal contacts between the sub and main PB s. Chec for disconnected wires. Chec whether the sub PB is shortcircuited because of moisture. f the main PB s communication circuit is faulty replace it.

The signals between the sub and main PB s are not sensed. ncorrect wire connections between the sub and main PB s.

Chec whether either the Power switch or a tact switch is continually pressed. Chec whether the service PB The Power button is holding screws are fastened too tight. continually pressed. f they are fastened too tight loosen them a little. button other than the Power button is continually f the main PB switching C on off pressed. error has occurred replace the main PB . Main PCB relay fault The E2 error occurs if the main relay connections are incorrect. Chec the connections. f there is no error in the connections replace the main PB .

description of Photo

Corrective Actions

Causes

Troubleshooting _ 29

eater Error

Door Error

error Type

r

LO

d

dS

led

lCd

error mode

Door switch fault Drain pump fault Dry duct fan motor fault. Main PCB fault

eater fault fault of the red temperature sensor at the center of the dry heater Steam function fault ree ing in the winter season





Causes

Chec for wires are disconnected in the washing heater. Replace if faulty. - n r error occurs. f the dry heater or air refresh heater overheating sensor is faulty replace it. - n r error occurs. Chec the steam heater. Replace if it is faulty. - n r error occurs.

f a dS error occurs chec whether it occurs during the Boil cycle. - f it is detected that the door is open close the door. The 22 is directly connected to the door. Chec and repair the power wire connections and insulation state. Chec the door switch. Replace if faulty. Chec the main PB door sensing circuit. Replace if faulty.



Corrective Actions

-

T PE 3 Chec the door switch resistance. Chec the resistance after the power is off. The resistance across o.1 and o.3 of the Door oc Switch must be approximately 4 to 57 .

T PE 2 The resistance across o. 3 and o. 5 of the DOOR OC SW TC must be approximately 4 .

T PE 1 Chec the door switch voltage. Chec the voltage after the power is on. (That is chec the door switch when the power button is turned on and no operating ey is pressed.)

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30 _ Troubleshooting

LE

OE

tE

Over ow Error

Temperature Sensor Error

led

Water ea age Error

error Type

lCd

error mode Corrective Actions

f the water level sensor has a functional error replace it. Chec the hose. This error occurs if it is torn or has a hole. This error occurs if water is fro en in the winter season. se hair dryer to defrost hose. Consider relocating the unit to warmer location. Chec the connections for the washing heater temperature sensor connector. f the washing heater temperature sensor has a functional error replace it. - tE error occurs. Chec the connections for the dry heater temperature sensor connector. f the dry heater temperature sensor has a functional error replace it. Chec the connections for the duct condensing temperature sensor connector. f the duct condensing temperature sensor has a functional error replace it.

Water level sensor fault ree ing in the winter season

Washing temperature sensor fault Dry temperature sensor fault aulty and incorrect connections of the dry condensing sensor Main PCB fault ree ing in the winter season



Chec for any lea age on the base ose alve and Tub connections and Chec for any lea age. ta e any re uired action. oreign material in the D During natural draining this error case occurs when the drain bellows are clogged with foreign material. Remove ault of a hose or incorrect the foreign material. part engagement in the product Chec the drain motor operation. Replace if it does not operate normally.

Causes

-

hose is folded cut or damaged.

Chec whether the

Chec the hose connected to the water level sensor.

material such as underwear wires or coins.

Chec for any foreign

DR P MP T PE ( utomatic Drainage) Chec whether there is any foreign material in the bellows.

description of Photo

Troubleshooting _ 31

nbalance Error

error Type

dc

led

lCd

error mode

Motor hall sensor fault Caused by the laundry contents

Causes

description of Photo

-

Corrective Actions Chec the type of laundry. Chec whether it may cause an unbalanced situation. - Educate the consumer in this case is to press pause reposition the load or remove a few items. Press start to continue and complete the wash cycle.

memo

32 _ Troubleshooting

5. PCB Diagram 5-1. main PCB This Document can not be used without Samsung s authori ation.

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PCB Diagram _ 33

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34 _ PCB Diagram

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36 _ PCB Diagram

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BLACK

BLU

BLUE

GRN

GREEN

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2

R57

2

R94

2

1

1

TD2

P6KE24A 24V 600W

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R58

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38 _ Schematic Diagram

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NETWORK

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SDA

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WATER_LV_MAIN

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SCL

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5V

GND

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2

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5V

BIG BANG : X GE : O

2

220 0.25W

J

BLEACH_VALVE

P3_5/SCL/SSCK

D16

5

DRAIN_SUB DRAIN_SUB

14

1

1

4 2

RY8

GND 1

R10

1N4148WS

1

DRAIN_PUMP DRAIN_PUMP

1

PC10

4

HALL_B

75V150mA

10K J 0.1W

VSS

7

5V

DOOR_UNLOCK

WN

1

1N4148WS

2

PCJ-112D3MH

BIG BANG : X GE : O

GND

P5_7

1N4148WS

2

4.7K J 0.1W

10K J 0.1W

2

15

D25

D26

CGND

1

1

E 0.2W

C7 100nF 50V 2

CGND

MICOM

C28 100nF 50V

5V_IS

5V 5V

2

GND

2K,J,1/8W

1

0.2W

W

2

SCL

1

NWC

24C04

SCL DOOR_OPEN_CLOSE

2

B

5V_IS 5V

R95

100 J 0.1W

2

R79

E

V

HALL_B

GND KRC246S VALVE_CUT 2 VALVE_CUT

B

BIG BANG : O GE : X

U

1

VALVE_CUT

C

GND

GND

2

VCC

E2

1

NC E1

GND

1

2

D17

C

75V150mA

3

1

2

R68 R65 1

4

8

2

52

2

1

1K J 0.1W

J

0

KRC246S 3 Q13

R11 1

5

2

3.3K F 0.1W

1 2

10K J 0.1W 3

COOL_VALVE COOL_VALVE

GND

4

2

3

Q14 3

2003 1W

PC11

4

2

8

15V

1N4148WS

AC2_2

RY6

R54 3.3K F 0.1W

2

1 2

1

C39 220nF 16V

C 3 2 1

CN6

DOOR_15V

0

5V_IS

GND

IC4

1

PCJ-112D3MH 1

100 J 0.1W

2

TD3 1

2

R66 1

C24 100nF 50V

2

R80

HOT_VALVE HOT_VALVE

DOOR_15V 1

1

C8 100nF 50V

2 1

2

2 1

R19

D30 4.7K J 0.1W 1N414R88W1S 75V 150mA J 4.7K 0.1W

2

RX_FROM_FLASH_WRITING

C22 100nF 50V

R84 0.1W

1

100

MODE TX_TO_FLASH_WRITING

2

JP1

3 SMW250-03DW 100nF WHT C36 50V

DC_BUS 1

2

1

7

1

2

2

R83 0.1W

J

1N4148WS

2

JP2

220 J 0.25W 75V150mA

100,J,0.1W

JUMP

2

2

5V 5V

1

1 1

100 D20

6

15V

100,J,0.1W

R38 1

2

1N4148WS

2

5

GND

R36 1

3

BST-06-52 2

GND

PS2561AL 200-400%

5V

SUB_RESET

2

15V

1

5V_IS

1

VCC

D19

4

GND

STD_BY

I7

2

C9 100nF 50V

2

DRAIN_PUMP

O7

100,J,0.1W

1

RX_FROM_SUB

I6

100,J,0.1W

R45

TX_TO_SUB

O6

R37

HOT_VALVE

I5

2

1

1

5

BIG BANG : O GE : X

CN9

75V150mA

100 J 0.25W

5V 5V

GND

5V

5V

4 BLEACH_VALVE BLEACH_VALVE

R85 0.1W

J

1

2

I4

O5

2

1N4148WS

D18

I3

O4

1 GND

5V

1

3

1

5V

EEPROM

MAIN_RESET_OUT

R93 1

R12 1

9

O3

HALL_SENSING

C32 100nF 50V

3

WHT SMW250-06DW 6

DOOR OPEN/CLOSE SWITCH

1

0.2W

E

GND

COOL_VALVE

2

0 J 0.25W

10

1

D9

2

1N4148WS 75V 150mA

11

I2

2

GND

2

DOOR_UNLOCK

12

O2

KRC246S Q3

B

GND

WATER_HEATER WATER_HEATER

1 1

100

15V

R32

1

DOOR_OPEN_CLOSE DOOR_OPEN_CLOSE

HALL_A

2

BST-06-52

13

2

R33

G4A-1A-E

2

C20 100nF 630V

100 J 0.1W

C

2

2

1K J 0.1W CE18 4.7uF 50V

GND

GND

R86 0.1W

J

1N4148WS

2

2

2

0.25W J

1

D23 1

I1

O1

JUMP

15

3

R74 1

1

3

O

C25

2

2

0.1W

IC3 16

2

14

3

DC_LINK 1

2

R78 1

J 10K R26

3

1

100

R34

0.2W RN2427 Q7

I

1

2

1.5M F 0.25W 1.5M F 0.25W

4

2

1N4148WS 1

3

2

5V

1

2

0.25W J

C16

2

PS2561AL

D24

DOOR_15V

1

10K J R41 0.1W

10K J R27 0.1W C17

1

DOOR_15V

2

U

2

100,J,0.1W

R60

1

5V

1

1

AC LOAD

1

2

GND

5

1K J 0.1W

1

2

100 J 0.5W

A 2 TL431 PC9

D22

4

STK621-728S-E

100,J,0.1W

V

1 CE14 47uF 50V

2

1

R59

GND

BIG BANG : X GE : O

RY4

100,J,0.1W

1

2 CN1

1

11 HIN3_19

GND

2

2

DOOR_OPEN 2

1

1

1 2

R18 2

R17

4

3

1

R39

1A 1KV 1N4007

DOOR_OPEN

2

9 10

GND

DC_LINK

AC_ON_CHK

PS2561AL

1

GND

3

GND

Cap_Ceramic 50V,10nF 50V,10nF 50V,10nF 50V,10nF 10n 10n 10n Cap_Ceramic Cap_Ceramic Cap_Ceramic GND 2

2

2

51K R40 J 2W

HEATER_RELAY_OUT

R42

HIN2_18

2

100nF 50V

1

D3

2

1

C18

PC2

1

1 2

GND 1

1

UP

HIN1_17

LIN1_20

2

G

PS2561AL

1A 1KV 1N4007

HEATER_RELAY_OUT

1

VP

-_16

LIN2_21

2

DOOR_CHECK

1

1

HALL_B 2 HALL_B

4

1

R72

8 LIN3_22

GND

2

3

2

51K J 2W

100

R73

WP

2

12

2

CE12 47uF NTR 50V B03B-PWCSK-1 3 W

7 +_13

1

HEATER_R_CHECK

4.7K J 0.1W

KRC246S 3 Q12

RY2

U_VB1_10

6

100,J,0.1W

STD_BY

5V

4

2

D4 R24

100

1

5 VB1_9

ISO_24

13

2

100,J,0.1W

1

1

C35

4 VDD_25

14

2

100,J,0.1W

R71

5V

2

2 1

PC3

1

1 2

1

AC2_1

R29

1

R14

PS2561AL

1A 1KV 1N4007

AC2_2

4.7K J 0.1W

1

3

1

1

AC1_1

1

R43

UN

5V

2

2

51K J 2W

GND

GND

R44

WN

2

B E

V_VB2_6

16

DC_LINK

D2

0.2W

CE17 10uF 35V

C

3 VB2_5

VSS_26

17

3 Q11 KRC246S 0.2W

W_VB3_2

ISO_27

18

FAULT_23

GND

2

RCIN_28

19

2

1K J 0.1W

2

2

2

4

10K J R28 0.1W

2

E

GND

DOOR SWITCH

D27 1

2

AC1_1

GND

CE9 1uF 50V

1A 1KV 1N4007 R22

1

GND

2

1

VB3_1

15

R67 2K F 0.1W

CE13 47uF 50V 1

21 TH_29

2

VN

GND

GND

PC1

1

2

2

R48 1

1

B

2

1

IC7

20

2

GND

2

R69

GND

2

4.7K J 0.1W

2

R87 1

1

2

C

470 J 0.1W

GND 1

1

51K J 2W

2

3

E 0.2W

1

O 2

B

CE4 4.7uF 50V 1

I

PS2561AL 200-400%

GND

R23 AC2_1

AC2_1

2

G

Q16

4a C .p 7_ uE Flec R82

2

2

CE6 470uF 25V

AC SENSING

Q4 KRC246S 0.2W

E

WATCH_DOG_M C

B

1

2

4.7K J 0.1W

3

5V 5V

5V 5V

0.2W

GND

C

2

5V

1

100nF NJM7805 C29 50V

GND

1

C4 100nF 50V

5V

GND

O

5V

DOOR_LOCK_UNLOCK RN2427

2

1

C5 0.22nF 50V

OUT

1

CE11 47uF 50V

3

4.7K J 0.1W

1N4148WS

2

100 J 0.25W

DOOR_LOCK_UNLOCK

C38 2.2nF 50V 1

1

D21

R30 1

1

GND

I

1 CE8 1uF 50V

1 2

0.2W RN2427 Q10

G

2

R31

1K J 0.1W

1

GND

CE16 47uF 50V 2

1

1

100 J 0.125W

3

2

100nF 50V

2

GND

3 1

C26

15V

2

1

GND

IN

1

CE15 1000uF 25V

15V

1

IC8

IC9 ICE2QR2280G

1

R5

12

Y09218-1

1

GND

3.3K F 0.1W

11

6

2

9 10

1

5V

100 J 0.1W

IC2 1

2

SF26 400V 2A

PC5

1

FO

15V

D6 1

4

R46

5V

CGND

CGND

2

2

100 J 0.25W

5V

RY1

PCF-112D2M-B

15V

C31 2.2nF 400V CGND 2

10K F 0.1W

1

GND

2

VCC

2

N.C

FB

5

33K F 0.1W

2

R77

CS

ZC

1

4

3

AC2_1

1

7

GND

2

2

1 J 1W

AC2_1

AC2

15V

1A 1KV D1 5N4007

1

3

R75

2

EM1C 1A 1000V

CGND

R13

2

1

1W

2

EM1C 1A 1000V

N.C

2

R76

1

4

D31

1

27ohm 1.5A

8

4

10 J 0.125W

1

D8 2

2.7

SC

8

24V 1N4749A ZD1

PTC1

7

Drain Drain

5

1A 1KV UF4007

Drain Drain

6

GND

1

3

1

GND

GND

AC1_1

AC2

KRC246S Q9

R6

250V

AC2_2 12A AC2_2

3

3

5V

2

1R

2

D1

1A 1KV 1N4007

AC2_1

2

WHT 90019WS-03WHT

N

AC1

1

1

2

AC2_2 L

2

R4

2

9

2

1

CE5 470uF 25V 2

1

2

1

1

R3

R2 1

240K J 1W

R1 1

AC1

0.5W J 100K

1

DOOR_15V

5V

5V_IS 1

C30 NJM7805 100nF 50V

2

MOTOR DRIVE

3

OUT

GND

C27 CE3 100nF 25V 50V 1000uF

10

2

IN

1

2

C1 10nF 2KV

2

240K J 1W

3

2

CE1 820uF 250V

F1

CN2

NIOSE FILTER

27ohm 1.5A

1

1

1

4

SET GND

2

2.7

2

LVT1

1

2

1

CE2 820uF 250V

2

JUMP

BD1 1

1

100K J 0.5W

TS15P05G,D15XB60 600V 15A

BST-06-52

JP4

2

2

JUMP

BST-06-52

1

JUMP

PTC2

1

1

CN3

BST-06-52

2

JP5

JUMP

1

2

REACTOR

1

RED YDW236-02 2

JP3

N

BST-06-52 JP6

L

1

2

SF26 400V 2A

5V_IS

IC1

D7 1

600W 6.8V

DC_LINK 110V : O 220V : X

P6KE6.8A

15V_IS

AC POWER /SMPS

IPM_TEMP

This Document can not be used without Samsung s authori ation.

0.2W RN2427 Q1

1

SUB_RESET 15V_POWER GND 5V_POWER MAIN RESET RXD TXD

7-2. Sub control This Document can not be used without Samsung s authori ation.

ENCODER PCB

DIGIT0_1 DIGIT1_1

ENCODER PCB

DIGIT2_1 2

IC3

BUZZER

15V_IS

15V_IS

15V_IS

+5V_IS

DIGIT3_2

+5V_IS

8

I1

O1

I2

O2

I3

O3

I4

O4

I5

O5

I6

O6

I7

O7

GND

VCC

11

R40

9

LED7

2

C B

Q3 KRC246S 0.2W

1

1

BZ1

DIGIT4_2

2

BUZZER_FREQ_1

DIGIT5_1

DIGIT6_2 3 22

DIGIT6_1

DIGIT7_2 4 21

DIGIT7_1

LED7_2 5 20

LED7_1

DIGIT7_1 LED7_1

LED6_2

LED6_2 6 19

LED6_1

LED6_1

LED5_2

LED5_2 7 18

LED5_1

LED5_1

LED4_2

LED4_2 8 17

LED4_1

LED4_1

LED3_2

LED3_2 9 16

LED3_1

LED3_1

LED2_2

LED2_2 10 15

LED2_1

LED2_1

LED1_2

LED1_2 11 14

LED1_1

LED1_1

LED0_2

LED0_2 12 13

LED0_1

LED0_1

DIGIT7_2 LED7_2

1

CGND

ENCODER

DIGIT5_2 2 23

DIGIT6_2

2

CGND

DIGIT4_1 DIGIT4_1

DIGIT5_2

E

CGND

DIGIT4_2 1 24

+5V_IS

LED4_2

LED4_2 3

LED5_2

LED5_2 2

7 6 5 4 3

1

1 DGD-V5821V-21-A DSP1

LED2_1

11 10

9

1

2

1

2

1

2

1

2

2

1

2

1

2

RED,3mm

LED17

LED3_1

LED4 1

8 8

1

RED,3mm

LED19

9

1

1

2

RED,3mm

LED35

LED5

LED4_1

1

2

RED,3mm

RED,3mm

LED34

RED,3mm

LED12

1

RED,3mm

LED33

LED9

LED5_1 DIGIT3_2

2

RED,3mm

LED32 3mm RED

2

R44 2

1

R42 LED7_2

1

2

RED,3mm

LED18 3mm RED

1

LED2

2

RED,3mm

LED6 3mm RED

2

LED10 3mm RED

1

2

LED1

LED23

1

1

LED3

620 J

2

R6 1

0.125W J 4.7K

2 1

R7

0.125W J 4.7K

LED3_2 4

1 JOG_DIAL_A_1

3

IC4

JOG_DIAL_B_1

SENSING

+5V_IS

2 2

R34

CGND

1

CN3 CGND

DIGIT1 DIGIT2 DIGIT3 DIGIT4

R27 2

WATER_TEMP

R281K J 0.25W

CGND

1

1

C18

2

1

0.1nF 50V

RX_FROM_MAIN

R24

1

B

4.7K J 0.125W

C14 1nF 50V

E 2 0.125W J

R23

R9

JOG_DIAL_B BUZZER_FREQ

DE39-60001A

B3WN-600550mA 12V JP5 2

2

JUMP

30

5

29 IC5

TEMP

26

9

25

10

24

11

23

2

LED7 LED6 LED0

CGND 2

LED1

LED2

LED3

LED4

LED5

KEY1

KEY0

OPTION

BUZZER_POWER

TX_TO_MAIN

CGND

1

D9 75V 1N4148

1

D8 2

75V 1N4148

1

1

D10 2

75V1N4148

2

D11

D13 2

2 2

75V1N4148

2

2

D7

1

1

75V 1N4148

2

2 1 SW3

1 SW4

1 SW10

75V1N4148 D16

1 2

2 1 SW1

75V1N4148 D14

1

75V 1N4148

1

1

1 2

2

75V1N4148

2

2

75V1N4148 D18

1 SW5 1N4148 D15 2

D12 21N4148 1 SW2

75V

CGND

LED7 LED6

CGND

LED0

WATER_LV WATER_LV

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

*

2

TX_TO_MAIN

C10 4.7nF 50V

VALVE_CUT VALVE_CUT

1

CGND TX_TO_MAIN

2

1

2

DRYER MICRO CN6

C3 100nF 50V

D17

1

1 2

2

KEY2

R5 1

OPTION

DRAIN_SUB DRAIN_SUB

27

TMP86FH47AUG

8

2

2

1

100 J 0.125W C15 4.7nF 50V

75V1N4148 D19

1

B3WN-6005

SW6 1

2

2

R33 1

KEY1

WATER_TEMP KEY2

28

1

CGND

DIGIT7_2

SW7 2

R43 1

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

31

4

0.125W J 4.7K R10

1

4.7K J 0.125W

R8

2

10K J 0.125W

DIGIT7

DIGIT6

DIGIT5

DIGIT4

DIGIT3

DIGIT2

DIGIT1

43

44 3

7

RESET

JOG_DIAL_A

1

32

6

2

4.7K J 0.125W CGND

2

+5V_IS 2

D1 1N414875V

1

1

33

2

1N414875V

TEST

1

+5V_IS

+5V_IS

1

D6

+5V_IS

2

4.7Kohms

R12 KEY1

1 2

RX_FROM_MAIN

1

CGND

C2 100nF 50V

C17 0.022nF 50V 2

1

2

2

3 C

MMBT3904 Q6 0.35W

DIGIT6_2

DIGIT7_1 DIGIT7_1

11

10K J 0.125W

CGND

0.35W MMBT3906 Q5

C 3

CGND

C16 0.022nF 50V 2 CSTLS16M0X51 16MHz

1

1

2

1

1

1

2

R25

2

1

R4 E B

1

D3

2

3

1

0.125W J 4.7K

2

2

2

+5V_IS

DIGIT0 DIGIT1 DIGIT2 DIGIT3 DIGIT4 DIGIT5 DIGIT6 DIGIT7

+5V_IS

2

C12 1nF 50V

4.7K J 0.125W

2

1N414875V

1

DIGIT6_1 DIGIT6_1

DIGIT2_2

12

100 J 0.125W

2

CGND

X1

4.7K J 0.125W

D2 1N414875V

1

R26 1

C11 4.7nF 50V 2

C13 100nF 50V CGND

B3WN-6005 SW8 1

C7 100nF 50V

+5V_IS

2

1

2

+5V_IS

DIGIT5_2

1

C1 100nF 50V 1

CGND

RESET

1

CGND

1

1

R29

1

RESET

2

100 J 0.125W

DIGIT4_2

DIGIT5_1 DIGIT5_1

1

R30

KEY0

100 J 0.125W

R22 1

4.7K J 0.125W

2

R16

1

CGND

+5V_IS

13

DIGIT4_1 DIGIT4_1

DIGIT1_2

1N4148 75V

2

C19 4.7nF 50V

DIGIT0

2

D5 1N414875V

O 3

CGND

1

KEY0

1

100 J 0.125W

R35 KEY2

MICOM

CGND

2

1M J 0.125W

2

0.2W RN2427 Q7

G

1

I

R19

+5V_IS

CGND

2

50V 100nF C8

CGND

1

CGND

1

R15

4.7K

14

1 2

CN2

CGND

2

13

IC1

2

100 J 0.125W

2

100 J 0.125W

1

1

1

R21 1

I6

R31

+5V_IS

2

D4 1N414875V

CN1 WHT SMW250-H08D2 8

1 AD1

0.125W

12

VDD

I1

3

11

1

O1

9 10

2

O6

+5V_IS

3

TEST 7 15V 6 GND 5 5V 4 MAIN RESET 3 RXD 2 TXD 1

I5

I2

CGND

4

1

10

GND

DIGIT3_2

D20 2

B3WN-600550mA 12V

1

O5

O2

JP6

2

I4

I3

2

JUMP

3

O3

+5V_IS

50mA 70V BAV99 8

DE39-60001A

CGND

5

2

14

VCC

DIGIT2_2

DIGIT3_1 DIGIT3_1

KID65783AF

1

4

O4

4.7KoR he ms

5

VSS

J

2

6

CGND

6

15

DIGIT1_2

DIGIT2_1 DIGIT2_1

15V_IS

2

2

DE39-60001A

7

P6KE6.8A TD1 6.8V 600W

2

JP2

JUMP

JUMP 1

1

7

15V_IS

2

TC4069UBFN

1

2

JUMP 1

DE39-60001A JP1

2

JP4

CGND

JUMP

2

DRAIN_SUB VALVE_CUT WATER_LV WATER_LV

DE39-60001A JP3

2

100 J 0.25W

16

6

DIGIT0_2

DIGIT1_1 DIGIT1_1

CGND

CGND

1

2

1

R20 100 J 0.25W

8

R13

R18 1

9

1

WHT SMW250-10DW DRAIN_SUB 10

5

DIGIT0_1 DIGIT0_1

CGND

DRYER(JP1,3) TEST

10K J 0.125W

GE

17

WASHER POWER

CGND

R46 2

18

4

9

C4 C9 100nF 1nF 50V 50V

+5V_IS +5V_IS

1

19

3

WATER LEVEL SENSOR

15V_IS

100 J 0.125W

20

2

8

DIGIT7

1

2

1

7

DIGIT6

WATER_LV

1K J 0.25W

2

2

3 SIGNAL IN 4 SIGNAL OUT SMW250-H04D2 BLK

SUB NETWORK

DIGIT5

1

1 GND

10K J 0.125W

2

DIGIT0

R32

1

C5 100nF 50V

10K F 0.125W

1

C6 100nF 50V

10K J 0.125W

2

MSE012 5V 0.5mA

VALVE_CUT OVERFLOW TEST 15V GND 5V MAIN RESET RXD TXD

LED2_2 5

LED3_2

1

LED11

2

RED,3mm

LED36

2

LED6_2

FLAT_WIRE_2x12P

SW9

LED1_2 6

LED2_2

RED,3mm

RED,3mm

2

RED,3mm

1

LED7_2

LED0_2 7

LED1_2

DIGIT0_1

620 J 0.5W

LED7_1

1

LED30

RED,3mm LED6_2

LED1_1

2

LED37

RED,3mm

2

R45

LED6_1

1

RED,3mm

2

1

2

620 J 0.5W

CGND

1

LED14 2

1

DIGIT6_1

LED16

2

LED28

RED,3mm

R37

DIGIT5_1

1

RED,3mm

2

2

620 J 0.5W

1

RED,3mm

LED38

LED0_2

1

11 10

1

CN4

2

RED,3mm

2

LED13

620 J 0.5W

Q2 KRC246S 0.2W

1

2

1

2

1

3

LED0_1

2

LED20

RED,3mm

620 J 0.5W R38 3

1

RED,3mm

2

R39

CGND

2

LED7

2

0.5W 620 J 0.5W

16

1

RED,3mm

1

10

C B LED7

DIGIT3_1

1

RED,3mm LED0_1 LED26

LED24

2

2003 1W

2

2

RED,3mm

LED15

12

2

1K J 0.25W 2.0KHz PS1920P02D

CE1 100uF 25V

2

1

620 J

13

1

DIGIT2_1 DIGIT2_1

2

RED,3mm

1

14

E

1

R41

15

2

R17

1

LED6

DIGIT3_2 DIGIT3_1 DIGIT3_1 12 13 FLAT_WIRE_2x12P

CGND

R2

2

R1 1

1

CGND

DIGIT2_2 11 14

BUZZER_POWER_1

E

21

7

LED5

DIGIT2_2

BUZZER_FREQ_1

BUZZER_POWER_1

4

6

LED4

DIGIT0_2 DIGIT1_2

JOG_DIAL_A_1

2

B

22

5

LED3

23

3

4

LED2

15V_IS

24

+5V_IS JOG_DIAL_A_1 JOG_DIAL_A 5 20 JOG_DIAL_A JOG_DIAL_B_1 JOG_DIAL_B 6 19 JOG_DIAL_B BUZZER_FREQ_1 BUZZER_FREQ 7 18 BUZZER_FREQ BUZZER_POWER_1 BUZZER_POWER 8 17 BUZZER_POWER DIGIT0_2 DIGIT0_1 9 16 DIGIT0_1 DIGIT1_2 DIGIT1_1 DIGIT1_1 10 15

JOG_DIAL_B_1

C Q4 KRC246S 0.2W

CGND +5V_IS

3

LED1

2

3

100 J 0.25W

KSA928A-Y

2.2K J 0.25W

1

C 2

3

2

4.7K J 0.125W

B

Q1

R3

R14

1

1

1

E

1W

4.7K J 0.125W

1

2

4.7K J 0.125W

R11

2

1

2

LED0

CN5

1

SW11

1 2 3 4 5 PURPLE_PJT

1

R36 1

180 J 5W

2

2 3 D2SW-3D 250V 2A

CGND

CGND

Schematic Diagram _ 39

8. RefeRence 8-1. PRoject name

model name in the maRket Bom model code

Wf



36

ru ac ine assification accordin to t pe

F Washer Front Loading



1

B

apacit

Feature

3.6 cu.ft

STEAM/VRT

at or or Series

Feature 2 or as in

Be

ro ect ode Be BIGBANG WASH 1 BG BIGBANG WASH 2

Feature 2 or r er

D-LED/White

G-LED/Metal Chrome

Bubble/Bubble Shot/Inverter

Vent-Elec

D-LED/White & Deco

G-LED/Chrome

Inverter

Vent-Gas

D-LED/Metal Chrome

G-LED/Chrome Hairline

None/Universal

Condensing

2

D-LED/Metal Chrome & Deco

Touch LED/Chrome

Bubble/Aqua Hose+L/S/Inverter

Heat Pump (Inverter)

2

D-LED/Chrome

LCD/Chrome

Bubble/Aqua Hose+L/S/Universal

Hybrid Heat Pump

G-LED/White

LCD/Chrome Hairline

D-LED/Chrome Hair Line

S Bubble Shot/Inverter Bubble/Inverter Bubble/Universal Aqua Hose+L/S/Inverter Aqua Hose+L/S/Universal

40 _ Reference

otation

VRT

Washer & Dryer

Feature

V

WR



o or ode

WR: NEAT WHITE Uf: HAZE BLUE

/

a2



u er ode

GSPN (GLOBAL SERVICE PARTNER NETWORK) Area

Web Site

Europe, CIS, Mideast & Africa gspn1.samsungcsportal.com Asia

gspn2.samsungcsportal.com

North & Latin America

gspn3.samsungcsportal.com

China

china.samsungportal.com

This Service Manual is a property of Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd. Any unauthorized use of Manual can be punished under applicable International and/or domestic law.

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