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Technical Information

Touchtronic Clothes Washers
Includes: W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213, W1215
© 2004 Miele

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  • Page 1: Technical Information

    Technical Information Touchtronic Clothes Washers Includes: W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213, W1215 © 2004 Miele...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Touchtronic Clothes Washers – Table of Contents Warning and Safety Instructions..............7 General Information ................7 Modification History ...................8 Technical Data ....................9 Layout of Electrical Components............11 010 Casing, Front Panel and Lid ..............12 Technical Data .................13...

  • Page 3

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Touchtronic Clothes Washers – Table of Contents (continued) Service .....................22 Temperature Sensor - Removal ...........22 Heater Element Replacement..........23 Door Seal - Removal ............24 Imbalance Sensor - Removal ..........24 040 Water Intake ....................25 Technical Data .................26...

  • Page 4

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Touchtronic Clothes Washers – Table of Contents (continued) Fault Code F2 NTC Sensor Open-Circuited ......41 Fault Code F10 Water Intake ..........42 Fault Code F11 Water Drainage...........43 Fault Code F15 Hot Water Intake.........44 Fault Code F16 Excess Foam ..........45...

  • Page 5

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Touchtronic Clothes Washers – List of Figures D-1: Layout of Components ..............11 010-1: Layout of Components ..............13 030-1: Imbalance sensor................21 030-2: Heater Element Replacement ............24 040-1: Water Path Control System(Close-Up) .........26 040-2: Water Path Control System............28...

  • Page 6

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Touchtronic Clothes Washers – List of Tables (continued) 070-6: Programming Functions Continued..........54 070-7: Programming Functions Continued..........55 070-8: Programming Functions Continued..........56 070-9: Service Mode ................61 070-10: Service Mode ................62 070-11: Service Mode ................63...

  • Page 7: A Warning And Safety Instructions

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Warning and Safety Instructions General Information Service of this appliance should only be performed by qualified personnel; in accordance with local and national codes. Power should be disconnected from the appliance during service procedures.

  • Page 8: B Modification History

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Modification History 04/2004 Miele USA Preliminary Information...

  • Page 9: C Technical Data

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Technical Data Frontloader Version Spaceframe construction Fascia panel version Light-touch buttons Casing Door lock Electromagnetic release Drum Honeycomb drum Drum diameter 480 mm (18.9 in.) 5 Kg (11.02 lbs) – W1113 and W1119 Maximum load, dry 6 Kg (13.23 lbs)–...

  • Page 10: C-4: Electrical Information

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Control panel/display Control panel/display module with module light-touch buttons Control technology Novotronic IV Midi. Software update Control/Power module feature via serial optical PC interface Process technology / Hydromatic IV D, program update...

  • Page 11: D Layout Of Electrical Components

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Layout of Electrical Components (Y14) Inlet Valve - Cold (M24) Motor - Water Path Control Unit (Y12) Inlet Valve – Hot (Z1) Interference Suppressor (1n1) Control/Power Electronic (K1/1) Heating Relay...

  • Page 12: 010 Casing, Front Panel And Lid

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Casing, Front Panel and Lid...

  • Page 13: Technical Data

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Figure 010-1: Layout of Components Technical Data Function Fault Repair...

  • Page 14: Service

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Service Lid - Removal 1. Remove the screw caps from the lid side edges. 2. Loosen the lid screws about 4 to 5 turns – max. Do not completely remove the screws.

  • Page 15: Side Panel - Removal

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Side Panel - Removal 1. Remove the Lid (010 4.1). 2. Remove the Front Panel (010 4.3). 3. Remove the three screws from the rear edges of each panel, Figure 010-1.

  • Page 16: 020 Door And Door Lock

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Door and Door Lock...

  • Page 17: Technical Data

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Technical Data Function Electro-Mechanical Door Lock The door lock cannot be opened if any of the following exist: Drum speed is above 7 rpm (measured by the Tachogenerator) Water is present (measured by the Level Switch / Electronic) The drum temperature is above 131 F (55°C) (as measured by...

  • Page 18: 030 Suds Container, Drum, Bearing And Heater Element

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Suds Container, Drum, Bearing and Heater Element...

  • Page 19: Technical Data

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Technical Data Sub-assembly Version Material Electrical Data Drum Micro-perforated Stainless drum with steel 1.4520 aluminium flange Suds Container Suspended Stainless stainless steel steel 1.4520 suds container Bearing Cross Cast iron...

  • Page 20: Function

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Function Overheating Protection In the event the Heater Element remained powered (i.e. Heating Relay contacts stuck closed), the Heater element is equipped with an overheating protection device. Should the overheat device trip, the Heater Element (as an assembly) must be replaced.

  • Page 21: Foam Sensing

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Foam Sensing Operation 2.3.1 Excess foam detected when heating during the main wash During heating, the Level Switch monitors for an increase in pressure. Should this occur, the heating is switched off – regardless of the temperature reached.

  • Page 22: Fault Repair

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information The Imbalance Sensor uses a rubber membrane that contains a metal weight. Erratic movements of the suds container cause the imbalance weight to move and change the pressure signals being produced by the sensor.

  • Page 23: Heater Element Replacement

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Heater Element - Replacement Danger The appliance must be unplugged from the wall outlet or the circuit breaker must be shut off before during replacement of any Heater circuit component(s). 240VAC is still present within this circuit, even with the appliance switched to the Off position.

  • Page 24: Door Seal - Removal

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Figure 030-2: Heater Element Replacement Door Seal - Removal 1. Remove the Front Panel (010 4.3) 2. Unscrew the Seal Clamp Ring from the suds container. 3. Remove the water inlet hose.

  • Page 25: 040 Water Intake

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Water Intake...

  • Page 26: Technical Data

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Technical Data Function Water Path Control System The Water Path Control System uses a single Cold Water Valve that opens during all needs for cold-water. The incoming cold water supply is routed to the Dispenser Assembly where a distributor tube (driven by a geared synchronous motor) sends the water to the appropriate dispenser.

  • Page 27: Fault Repair

    Usually the first water intake occurs only after the entire appliance has been installed including the removal of the transport struts. Refer to the Miele Installation Manual for further details on installation procedures. Service Detergent Dispenser - Removal 1.

  • Page 28: Water Path Control System - Removal

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Water Path Control System - Removal 1. Refer to Figure 040-2. 2. Disconnect the Electrical Connections. 3. Remove the screws from the Dispenser Assembly top cover. 4. Remove the retaining clips (1), from the top of the Dispenser Assembly.

  • Page 29: 050 Drainage

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Drainage...

  • Page 30: Technical Data

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Technical Data Synchronous Drain Pump Voltage 240 (208) VAC (60 Hz) Power rating 35 W Max. drain hose length 5 m (about 16 ft.) Max. head height 1 m (about 3 ft.)

  • Page 31: Service

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Service Drain Pump - Removal 1. Place a suitable pan under the area of the filter to catch water. 2. Slowly turn the filter counterclockwise, allow water to drain from the appliance.

  • Page 32: Non-return Valve - Removal

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Non-return Valve - Removal 1. Remove the Left Side Panel (010 4.4) 2. Remove the Drain Hose from the Non-Return Valve. 3. Remove the retaining screw from the Rear Panel.

  • Page 33: 060 Drives

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Drives...

  • Page 34: Technical Data

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Technical Data Main Motor: DC variable speed (see 2.1 for details on control) Function Motor Control Operating voltage Motor voltage 1 period, frequency approx. 20 kHz Power on Power off...

  • Page 35: Fault Repair

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Fault Repair Service Main Motor - Removal 1. Remove the Front Panel (010 4.3). 2. Refer to Figure 060-2. 3. Disconnect the electrical connections (4). 4. Release the wiring harness retainer from the motor cover.

  • Page 36: Motor Brush - Replacement

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Motor Brush - Replacement 1. Remove the Motor Module (060 4.2) 2. Refer to Figure 060-3. 3. Press the retainers (1), together and remove the brush holder cover. 4. Disconnect the wires (2), and exchange the brushes.

  • Page 37: 070 Fascia Panel And Controls

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Fascia Panel and Controls...

  • Page 38: Technical Data

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Technical Data Function Fault Display The Electronics continuously monitor the status of a program. In the event of a fault; the electronic stores the information in the form of a code. Refer to 4.3 Service Mode for details on retrieving and clearing the fault codes.

  • Page 39: Fault Indication Quick Reference

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Table 070-1: Fault Indication Quick Reference (continued on Table 070-2) Condition Noted By User Fault Cause Code Digital Display F 15 Insufficient hot water intake Excess detergent LED Excess foam...

  • Page 40: Check Inlet And Drain Led's Flash Together

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Check Inlet And Check Drain LEDs Flash Together Symptom In normal operation mode on models with a digital display 3 dashes are displayed. The water intake valves are closed and the program is interrupted.

  • Page 41: Fault Code F1 Ntc Sensor Short-circuited

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Fault Code F1, NTC Sensor Short-Circuited Symptom Should the NTC Sensor Circuit contain a short circuit, the heating is switched off after about 10 seconds, however the program continues. If the fault occurs with hot water operation, the machine changes over to cold water operation.

  • Page 42: Fault Code F10 Water Intake

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Fault Code F10, Water Intake Symptom The Check inlet LED flashes. The Inlet Valve is closed and the program automatically ends. The Drain Pump is activated for 120 seconds. Cause The water supply is shut off.

  • Page 43: Fault Code F11 Water Drainage

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Fault Code F11, Water Drainage Symptom During operation the Drain LED flashes. The program automatically ends and the Drain Pump is activated for 120 seconds. Cause Insufficient drainage. When the Drain Pump is activated, a check is made as to whether the water level drops to 30 mm wc after 150 seconds.

  • Page 44: Fault Code F15 Hot Water Intake

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Fault Code F15, Hot Water Intake Symptom During operation, this fault is not indicated via any LEDs on the Control Panel. The program continues, however it will only use the cold water supply.

  • Page 45: Fault Code F16 Excess Foam

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Fault Code F16, Excess Foam Symptom During operation the Oversudsing LED lights up. The Water Intake Solenoid Valve is switched off for certain periods of time. The heating is switched off and the thermostop is skipped. The spin speed is reduced (or stopped).

  • Page 46: Fault Code F41 Faulty Eeprom / Data Fault

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information 3.11 Fault Code F41 – Electronic Fault Symptom During operation, units with a digital display show 3 dashes. The Water Intake Valve(s) closes and the program automatically ends The Drain Pump is activated for 120 seconds.

  • Page 47: Fault Code F51 Pressure Sensor

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information 3.14 Fault Code F51, Pressure Sensor Symptom During operation, units with a digital display show 3 dashes. The Water Intake Valve(s) close and the program automatically ends. The Drain Pump is activated for 120 seconds.

  • Page 48: Fault Code F63 Water Path Control Unit

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information 3.16 Fault Code F63, Water Path Control Unit Symptom The Water Intake LED flashes. On units with a display, 3 dashes are displayed. The water intake valves are closed and the program is interrupted.

  • Page 49: Locked Led Lights Up

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information 3.18 Locked LED On Steady Cause The electronic program lock (child-safety feature) is active. Remedy Deactivate the electronic program lock (child-safety feature) By pressing the Start button for 6 seconds.

  • Page 50: Service

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Service Programming Mode Initial Requirements 1. Finish or cancel any program in operation. 2. Switch off the machine. 3. Close the door. Note Once you begin the access procedure, it must be completed within 10 seconds.

  • Page 51: Programming Functions

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Note The Highlighted options are the standard settings. Programmed settings vary slightly depending on the appliance model number. Program Position Option Flashing Flashing Selection Selection Rhythm Of Rhythm Of Display...

  • Page 52: Programming Functions Continued

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Program Position Option(s) Flashing Flashing Selection Selection Rhythm Of Rhythm of Display Buzzer LED Soak LED Long Short Buzzer Button Start Button Long Short Suds cooling Not active (reactivation) cold –...

  • Page 53: Programming Functions Continued

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Program Position Option(s) Flashing Flashing Rhythm Of Selection Selection Rhythm of Display Buzzer LED Soak LED Long Short Buzzer Button Start Button Long Short Not active Rinsing with level III...

  • Page 54: Programming Functions Continued

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Program Position Option(s) Flashing Flashing Rhythm Of Selection Selection Rhythm of Display Buzzer LED Soak LED Long Short Buzzer Button Start Button Long Short 2.1 kW 4.2 kW Heater rating 2.6 kW...

  • Page 55: Programming Functions Continued

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Program Position Option(s) Flashing Flashing Rhythm Of Selection Selection Rhythm of Display Buzzer LED Soak LED Long Short Buzzer Button Start Button Long Short Not used Spin speed settings All US Models Numbers...

  • Page 56: Programming Functions Continued

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Program Position Option(s) Flashing Flashing Rhythm Selection Selection Rhythm of Soak Of Buzzer LED Display Long Short Buzzer Button Start Button Long Short Tachogenerator Imbalance sensor and Imbalance and tachogenerator...

  • Page 57: Demonstration Mode Activation/deactivation

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Demonstration Mode (Dealer Displays) Initial requirements - Switch off the machine. - Close the door. Note Once you begin the access procedure, it must be completed within 10 seconds. Accessing 1.

  • Page 58: Service Mode

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Service Mode Initial Requirements 1. Finish or cancel any program in operation. 2. Switch off the appliance. 3. Close the door. Note Once you begin the access procedure, it must be completed within 10 seconds.

  • Page 59

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Service Level - Navigation The Service Level is indicated by the flashing rhythm of the Buzzer LED. (Example: flash flash flash=Level 3) To advance to the next Service Level, press the Buzzer Button.

  • Page 60

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Component Test (Service Level 2) The Test Step is indicated by the flashing rhythm of the Soak LED using long and short flashes. (example: long flash short flash short flash short flash short flash short flash = 15).

  • Page 61: Service Mode

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information SERVICE LEVEL TEST STEP Flashing Flashing Selection: Function rhythm of rhythm of Press Selection: Press tested/Machine Display Buzzer LED Soak LED Buzzer Start button response button Long Short Long Short...

  • Page 62: Service Mode

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information SERVICE LEVEL TEST STEP Flashing Flashing Selection: Function rhythm of rhythm of Selection: Press Start Press Buzzer tested/Machine Display Buzzer LED Soak LED button button response Long Short Long Short...

  • Page 63: Service Mode

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information SERVICE LEVEL TEST STEP Flashing Flashing Selection: Function rhythm of rhythm of Selection: Press Press Buzzer tested/Machine Display Buzzer LED Soak LED Start button button response Long Short Long Short...

  • Page 64: 090 Electrical System, Power Module And Heater Relay

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Electrical System, Power Module and Heater Relay...

  • Page 65: Technical Data

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Technical Data Function Heater Relay - Switching If a selected program requires higher temperature, than the temperature of the water supply; the water will be heated. For the heater to operate the Water Level Sensor must have detected at least a Level 1 position.

  • Page 66: Service

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Service Power Electronic - Removal Figure 09-1: Power Electronic - removal 1. Ensure the power is disconnected from the appliance. 2. Remove the Lid (010 4.1) 3. Refer to Figure 090-1.

  • Page 67: Heater Relay - Removal

    W1113, W1119, W1203, W1213 & W1215 Clothes Washers Technical Information Heater Relay - Removal 1. Ensure the power is disconnected from the appliance. 2. Remove the Lid (010 4.1) 3. Disconnect the plugs from the Heater Relay. 4. Press down the Heater Relay retaining clips, slide the Heater Relay upwards to remove it from its holder.

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