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Technical Service Manual
Wave-Touch™ & IQ-Touch™
Front-Load Dryer
Models
EIGD55H, EIED55H, EWED65H, EWGDS65H
EWMED65H & EWMGD65H
Publication #5995523544
Revision B
August 2010

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  • Page 1 Technical Service Manual Wave-Touch™ & IQ-Touch™ Front-Load Dryer Models EIGD55H, EIED55H, EWED65H, EWGDS65H EWMED65H & EWMGD65H Publication #5995523544 Revision B August 2010...
  • Page 3: Section 1 Basic Information

    This service manual is intended for use by persons having electrical and mechanical training and a level of knowledge of these subjects generally considered acceptable in the appliance repair trade. Electrolux Home Products, Inc. cannot be responsible, nor assume any liability, for injury or damage of any kind arising from the use of this manual.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Basic Information Reinserting Hole Plug ..........2-20 Table of Contents Reattaching Door Assembly ........2-20 Section 1 Basic Information ........1-1 Reversing Trim Ring ..........2-21 Reinstalling Trim Ring ..........2-21 Safe Servicing Practices ..........1-1 Reinstalling Trim Plug ..........2-21 Table of Contents ............
  • Page 5 Door Components ............. 4-2 Door Trim Ring ............4-2 Wiring Diagram Model EIED55H ....... 6-1 Door Assembly ............4-2 Wiring Diagram Model EIGD55H ....... 6-2 Latch Plate and Door Latch ........4-3 Wiring Diagram Model EWED65H ......6-3 Inner Door Glass ............4-3 Wiring Diagram Model EWGD65H ......
  • Page 6: Important Safety Instructions

    Basic Information Before the dryer is removed from service or discarded, Important Safety Instructions remove the dryer door to prevent accidental entrapment. Safety Precautions Failure to comply with these warnings could result in Do not attempt to install, operate or service the unit until serious personal injuries.
  • Page 7: Product Specifications Wave-Touch

    Large Capacity (8 cu. ft.) settings to reach 42 Total Cycles Intelligent and Adaptive LCD Controls Multiple User Mode – 3 User Modes with Favorite Electrolux Blue LEDs and Custom Cycles Custom Cycles Including My Favorite 8 Timed Dry Options...
  • Page 8: Quick Reference Sheet

    Basic Information QUICK REFERENCE SHEET SPECIFICATION ELECTRIC MODELS GAS MODELS Electrical Volts 120/208 or 120/240 120/208 or 120/240 Amps (circuit) Motor wattage 200-290 Watts 200-290 Watts Heat input (Watts @ 240 VAC) 4300/5500 Heat input (BTU/Hr.) 22,000 Auto. Elec. Ignition Drum Size (Cu.
  • Page 9: Language Of Laundry

    Basic Information The Language of Laundry Machine Wash Special Bleaching Dryer Ironing Instructions Instructions Cleaning Instructions Care Instructions Normal DO NOT Normal Low Heat Dry Clean Hand Bleach Machine Dry Wash Wash as Needed Dry Clean Med. Heat Permanent Line Dry w/ Any Permanent DO NOT...
  • Page 10 Basic Information Notes...
  • Page 11: Installation Information

    RECOMMENDED IN THE LITERATURE ACCOMPANYING IT. A QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN SHOULD PERFORM ALL OTHER SERVICE. Electrolux Home Products Inc. cannot be held responsible for damage to property or injury to persons caused by failure to comply with the installation, maintenance and safety instructions contained in this...
  • Page 12: Tools And Materials Needed For Installation

    Installation Information DESTROY CARTON, PLASTIC BAGS, AND ANY EXTERIOR WRAPPING MATERIAL IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE DRYER IS UNPACKED. CHILDREN SHOULD NEVER USE THESE ITEMS FOR PLAY. CARTONS COVERED WITH RUGS, BEDSPREADS, PLASTIC SHEETS OR STRETCH WRAP MAY BECOME AIR TIGHT CHAMBERS AND CAN QUICKLY CAUSE SUFFOCATION. KEEP LAUNDRY PRODUCTS OUT OF CHILDREN’S REACH.
  • Page 13: Dryer Installation Dimensions

    Installation Information Dryer Installation Dimensions 50.6” (128.5cm)* To clear open door 27.00” 31.50” (80cm)* (68.5cm) To front of closed door 38.00” (96.5cm) Electrical supply on 53.00” rear of unit (134.5cm) Centerline Freestand dryer height for Gas supply on floor rear vent pipe on rear of gas unit 3.40”...
  • Page 14: Exhaust System Requirements

    Installation Information Exhaust System Requirements Use only 4 inch (10.2 cm) diameter (minimum) rigid or flexible metal duct and approved vent hood which has a swing-out damper(s) that open when the dryer is in operation. When the dryer stops, the dampers automati- cally close to prevent drafts and the entrance of insects and rodents.
  • Page 15: Install Male Fittings In Correct Direction

    Installation Information Install Male Fittings in Correct Direction: Exhaust Direction In installations where the exhaust system is not Directional exhausting can be accomplished by described in the charts, the following method must be installing a quick-turn 90° dryer vent elbow directly used to determine if the exhaust system is acceptable: to exhaust outlet of dryer.
  • Page 16: Clearance Requirements

    Installation Information Clearance Requirements Installation in a Recess or Closet DO NOT INSTALL THE DRYER: 1. In an area exposed to dripping water or out side weather conditions. 2. In an area where it will come in contact with curtains, drapes, or anything that will obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
  • Page 17: Electrical System Requirements

    Installation Information Electrical System Requirements Circuit - Individual 30 amp. branch circuit fused with 30 This dryer is internally grounded to neutral amp. time delay fuses or circuit breakers. Use separately unless it was manufactured for sale in Canada. fused circuits for washer and dryer. DO NOT operate a Grounding through the neutral link is prohib- washer and a dryer on the same circuit.
  • Page 18: Electrical Installation

    Installation Information Electrical Installation DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD WITH THIS DRYER. SOME EXTENSION CORDS ARE NOT DESIGNED TO WITHSTAND THE AMOUNTS OF ELECTRICAL CURRENT THIS DRYER UTILIZES AND CAN MELT, CREATING ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND/OR FIRE HAZARD. LOCATE THE DRYER WITHIN REACH OF THE RECEPTACLE FOR THE LENGTH POWER CORD TO BE PURCHASED, ALLOWING SOME SLACK IN THE CORD.
  • Page 19: Electrical Connection (Non-Canada) 3 Wire Cord

    Installation Information Electrical Connection (non-Canada) - 3 Wire Cord ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD FAILURE TO DISCONNECT POWER SOURCE BEFORE SERVICING COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY OR EVEN DEATH. 1. Turn off power supply to outlet. 2. Remove the screw securing the terminal block access cover in the lower corner on the back of the dryer.
  • Page 20: Electrical Connection (Non-Canada) 4 Wire Cord

    Installation Information Electrical Connection (non-Canada) - 4 Wire Cord Neutral Ground 30 Amp White wire NEMA 14-30 Green wire ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD FAILURE TO DISCONNECT POWER SOURCE BEFORE SERVICING COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY OR EVEN DEATH. Access Cover Screw 1.
  • Page 21: Gas Supply Requirements

    Installation Information Gas Connection Gas Supply Requirements 1. Remove the shipping cap from gas pipe at the rear 1. Installation MUST conform with local codes, or in the of the dryer. absence of local codes, with the National Fuel Gas 2.
  • Page 22: Water Connection (Steam Model Only)

    Installation Information Water Connection (Steam Model Only) 1. Turn off COLD water supply to washer, 2. Remove COLD inlet hose from COLD water supply and inspect for rubber washer. Replace washer if it is torn or worn out. 3. Momentarily turn on COLD supply and run some water into a bucket or container to clear any contaminants in the line.
  • Page 23: General Installation

    Installation Information General Installation 1. Connect exhaust duct to the outside exhaust system. Use of a 4” (10.2 cm) clamp is recommended to connect the dryer to the exhaust vent system. Use metal foil tape to seal all other joints. (See Figure 2-15) 2.
  • Page 24: Wave-Touch™ Installation Cycle

    Installation Information Wave-Touch™ Installation Cycle IQ -Touch™ Installation Cycle 1. After plugging in the dryer the first time: wake up 1. Empty dryer’s drum and close door. the dryer by pressing any button and then follow the 2. After you plug in the dryer the first time: wake up the prompts on the LCD User Interface, including dryer by pressing any button, rotate cycle knob to language selection.
  • Page 25: Reversing Door

    Installation Information Reversing Door Preparing to Reverse Door Swing 1. Be sure you have adequate swing area before reversing door. 2. You will need a screw driver with a #2 square bit. 3. Protect flat work surface, such as top of washer or floor near washer, with a soft cloth or towel.
  • Page 26: Removing Hinge From Front Panel

    Installation Information Removing Hinge from Front Removing Door Lock from Front Panel Panel 1. Remove 2 short, course-thread, panhead 1. With the hinge in open position, remove 2 short, screws from the door lock. (See Figure 2-24) course-thread, panhead screws on hinge plate. (See Figure 2-21) 2.
  • Page 27: Reattaching Door Lock To Font Panel

    Installation Information Reattaching Door Lock to Font Reattaching Hinge to Front Panel Panel 1. Rotate the hinge and move it to the opposite opening. 1. Rotate the door lock and move it to the opposite 2. Connect the harness to the hinge retainer by opening.
  • Page 28: Removing Striker Plate

    Installation Information Removing Striker Plate Removing Latch Indicator 1. Remove 2 long, course-thread, counter-sunk screws 1. Grasp the indicator on the latch side between finger and striker plate. (See Figure 2-33) and thumb and rock it upward, pivoting away from the center of the glass.
  • Page 29: Removing Hole Plug

    Installation Information Removing Hole Plug Reinserting Latch Indicator 1. Grasp the hole plug between finger and thumb and 1. Rotate the latch indicator and move it to the rock it upward, pivoting it away from the center of the opposite hole in the door. glass, releasing the tab.
  • Page 30: Reattaching Striker Plate

    Installation Information Reattaching Striker Plate Reattaching Door Assembly 1. Rotate the striker plate and move it to the opposite 1. Open the hinge to a 90 degree angle. side of door above the indicator. 2. Install the door onto the hinge locating pins. 2.
  • Page 31: Reversing Trim Ring

    Installation Information Reversing Trim Ring Reinstalling Trim Plug 1. Trim ring orientation is marked on the back. 1. Open the door to a 90 degree angle. 2. Remove the trim ring cover plate. To remove the 2. Install the trim plug with 1 long, course thread, cover plate from the right, pivot point is up.
  • Page 32: Accessories

    Installation Information Accessories Matching Storage Pedestal Island White Pedestal - P/N EPWD15IW Mediterranean Blue - P/N EPWD15MB Silver Sands Pedestal - P/N EPWD15SS Storage Pedestal Turquoise Sky Pedestal - P/N EPWD15TS A storage pedestal accessory, specifically designed for this washer may be used to elevate the dryer for ease of use.
  • Page 33: Prepare Top Surface Of Washer

    Installation Information Prepare Top Surface of Washer: Stacking Dryer 1. Wipe front portion of top with isopropyl alcohol and a 1. When washer is within 4 feet of its final installation clean cloth. (See Figure 2-52) site, electrical and water connections have been completed, and washer is level, have two or more 2.
  • Page 34: Removing Stacked Dryer

    Installation Information Removing Stacked Dryer 1. Disconnect dryer from electrical and gas connections and exhaust venting. On models with Steam Option, disconnect water supply to dryer. 2. Disconnect washer from electrical source. 3. With #2 square bit screwdriver, remove two front bracket screws and save for reinstallation.
  • Page 35: Section 3 Electronic Control

    Electronic Control Control Panel (User Interface Layout) Wave-Touch™ Cycle Selector User Interface Display Temperature Extended Tumble Dryness Level Options Scroll Figure 3-1. Wave-Touch™ Control Panel Selecting the Appropriate Cycle and Settings Overview Turn the cycle selector knob in either direction to select the cycle desired. The icon for that cycle will be illuminated and if the cycle description feature is turned on, the cycle and estimated cycle time are displayed on the User Interface screen for 5 seconds.
  • Page 36: Wave-Touch™ Dryer Options Chart

    Electronic Control Wave-Touch™ Dryer Options Chart...
  • Page 37: Wave-Touch™ Dryer Options Chart Steam Model)

    Electronic Control Wave-Touch™ Dryer Options Chart Steam Model)
  • Page 38: Control Panel (User Interface Layout) Iq-Touch

    Electronic Control Control Panel (User Interface Layout) IQ-Touch™ User Interface Display Cycle Selector Temperature Scroll Options Dryness Scroll Figure 3-2. IQ-Touch™ Control Panel Selecting the Appropriate Cycle and Settings Overview Turn the cycle selector knob in either direction to select the cycle desired. The indicator for that cycle will be illuminated.
  • Page 39: Iq-Touch™ Dryer Options Chart

    Electronic Control IQ-Touch™ Dryer Options Chart...
  • Page 40: Cycle Selection

    Electronic Control Cycle Selection The following cycle descriptions are for the Wave Touch™ and IQ Touch™ Dryers. The IQ Touch ™ models do not feature the steam option and the active wear preset. Turn the cycle selector in either direction to the cycle desired.
  • Page 41: Mixed Load

    Electronic Control Mixed Load Time Dry Cycles Select this cycle to dry loads containing a mix of fabrics with med high temp, medium temp, or med low temp heat. All dryness levels except maximum dry and all FIRE HAZARD options except sanitize are available with this Auto Dry TO AVOID FIRE HAZARD, DO NOT USE HEAT cycle.
  • Page 42: My Favorites (Wave-Touch™)

    Electronic Control My Favorites (Wave Touch™) To select a user if a user’s name is not displayed when the washer is turned on: To select one of your 3 favorite cycles: 1. Press the options buttons to scroll to set prefs and •...
  • Page 43: Drying Temperature

    Electronic Control Drying Temperature Auto Dry The appropriate drying temperature will automatically be indicated for the cycle selected. To change the preset temperature, press temperature button to scroll to the desired setting. To protect fabrics, not all temperatures are available with every cycle.
  • Page 44: Options

    Electronic Control Options Suitable options will automatically be indicated when the cycle is selected. To add options, press the corresponding options buttons to illuminate the selections desired. To delete options, press the options buttons again and the indicator lights will turn off. Not all options are available with every cycle.
  • Page 45: Gentle Tumble

    Electronic Control Gentle Tumble The gentle tumble option uses reverse tumble action during cool down to reduce tangling and wrinkling. Delicate Heat Select this option to protect a load from excessive heat. The drying temperature will be gradually reduced as the load dries.
  • Page 46: User Interface Features

    Electronic Control User Interface Features Save as Favorite The save as favorite feature allows you to personalize up to 3 custom cycles for each custom user. Set Prefs The set prefs feature allows you to personalize cycles, hide cycle descriptions, select the language, volume, brightness and contrast of the display, reset settings, and run the installation cycle.
  • Page 47: Save As Favorite

    Electronic Control Save as Favorite The save as favorite feature allows you to personalize up to 3 custom cycles for each custom user. 1. Select a cycle, drying temperature, dryness level (Auto Dry) or drying time (Time Dry), extended tumble time and other options desired. 2.
  • Page 48: Setting Preferences

    Electronic Control Setting Preferences Custom Mode CUSTOM MODE allows up to 3 household members to personalize up to 3 favorite cycles each. To enter custom users and personalize favorite cycles: 1. Use the scroll up or scroll down buttons until you reach set prefs.
  • Page 49: Install Cycle (Wavetouch™)

    Electronic Control Install Cycle (WaveTouch™) 1. After plugging in the dryer the first time: wake up The INSTALL CYCLE is prompted automatically only the dryer by pressing any button and then follow the once when the dryer is turned on the first time at the prompts on the LCD User Interface, including end of installation.
  • Page 50: Reset (Wavetouch™)

    Electronic Control Reset (WaveTouch™) Press the buttons indicated to restore only cycle settings, reset only factory preferences (users, language, bright- ness, volume, etc.) or restore all factory defaults (both cycle settings and factory preferences). Press the button under EXIT to return to normal operation or press the cancel button to turn the dryer off without making any changes.
  • Page 51: Brightness

    Electronic Control Brightness Press the button beneath the plus (+) or minus (-) symbols to increase or decrease the brightness of the display. Press select to accept the change or press the button under EXIT to return to normal operation without any changes.
  • Page 52: Diagnostics And Error Codes

    Electronic Control Diagnostics and Error Codes Acronyms: MB – Main Board (Board located inside machine on right side just behind control panel.) MC – Motor Control UI – User interface board (board located inside the front control panel) DL – Door Lock Reading Error Codes 1.
  • Page 53: Diagnostic Mode

    Electronic Control Diagnostic Mode To Start the Diagnostic Mode 1. Press the “CANCEL” button to enter standby mode and enable diagnostic entry. 2. Within 10 seconds after pressing “CANCEL”, press any button to wake up the control. 3. Within 5 seconds of wake up, turn the selector knob to the far left cycle and press and hold the “CANCEL” and the far left button under the display simultaneously for 3 seconds to enter the Diagnostic Mode.
  • Page 54 Electronic Control Error Fault Possible Fault Possible Solutions Code Conditions Contact Sensor Electronic Control Board Check Contact Sensor and wiring. If no problems are found with frequency too high. defective or foreign object Contact Sensor, replace Electronic Control Board. interfering with contact sensor. Contact Sensor Electronic Control Board Check Contact Sensor and wiring.
  • Page 55 Electronic Control Error Fault Possible Fault Conditions Possible Solutions Code Outlet Control Outlet Control Thermistor or wir- Check resistance of Outlet Control Thermistor, and check wiring for Thermistor short ing defective. short circuit across Thermistor connections. Resistance should be circuit between 4.9K Ohm and 6.2K Ohm at room temperature (68-77°...
  • Page 56: Iq-Touch™ Available Cycle Settings, Pre-Sets

    Electronic Control IQ Touch Available Cycle Settings, Pre-Sets and Options Intended Load Air Fluff Medium Medium / High High Damp Dry Less Dry Normal Dry More Dry (aka Max) Sanitize Delicate Heat Wrinle Release Extended Tumble Damp Alert TIMED/AUTO DRY COMPATIBILITY WHEN AVAILA-...
  • Page 57: Wave-Touch™ Available Cycle Settings

    Electronic Control Wave Touch Available Cycle Settings, Pre-Sets and Options Intended Load Air Fluff Medium / Low Medium Medium / High High Maximum Damp Dry Less Dry Normal Dry More Dry Maximum Dry Perfect Tumble Sanitize Shrink Guard Delicate Heat Wrinle Release Extended Tumble Damp Alert...
  • Page 58: Wave-Touch™ With Steam, Available Cycle

    Electronic Control Wave Touch with Steam, Available Cycle Settings, Pre-Sets and Options Intended Load Air Fluff Medium / Low Medium Medium / High High Maximum Damp Dry Less Dry Normal Dry More Dry Maximum Dry Perfect Tumble Add Steam Sanitize Shrink Guard Delicate Heat Wrinle Release...
  • Page 59: Section 4- Component Teardown

    Component Teardown Component Teardown This section explains how to access and remove components from an Electrolux IQ-Touch™ and Wave-Touch™ Dryer, and has been arranged in such a way as to simulate which components would need to be removed fi rst in order to gain access to other components.
  • Page 60: Door Components

    Component Teardown This section will describe how to access and remove serviceable components from the dryer. Unless stated, the procedure will be the same on all models. Unless stated, reverse the procedure to reinstall the component. Trim Plug Door Components Door Trim Ring Removal The door is secured to a hinge assembly mounted to the unit frame.
  • Page 61: Latch Plate And Door Latch

    Component Teardown Latch Plate and Door Latch Removal The latch plate is secured with two long coarse thread screws to the inner face of the door assembly. The door latch is secured to the inside of the latch plate with a screw and positioned on locating pins.
  • Page 62: Latch Indicator

    Component Teardown Latch Indicator Removal The latch indicator is secured by retaining latches to the interior of the door assembly. To remove the latch indicator: 1. Remove door assembly from unit. 2. Remove the latch plate. 3. Grasp the indicator on the latch side between finger Figure 4-7.
  • Page 63: Door Hinge

    Component Teardown Door Hinge Removal The door hinge is secured with screws to the unit frame. To remove the door hinge: 1. Remove door assembly from unit. 2. Using a #2 square bit screwdriver, with the hinge in open position, extract two short, course thread, panhead screws from hinge plate.
  • Page 64: Top Panel

    Component Teardown Top Panel Removal The top panel is secured with a metal tab at each front corner and two screws at the rear of the unit. To remove the top panel: 1. Pull unit from its installation position to access the Screws rear of the unit.
  • Page 65 Component Teardown Front Panel Removal Screws The front panel is secured with four screws, two screws along the top edge and two along the bottom edge. When removing the panel, use caution not to strain the door switch electrical leads. To remove the front panel: 1.
  • Page 66: Front Panel

    Component Teardown Control Assembly Screw Retaining Latches The control assembly is mounted to a bracket along the top right hand side of the unit frame. The wire harness connects to multiple positions on the circuit board and must be disconnected before removing from the unit. Electrical To remove the control assembly: Connection...
  • Page 67: Interior Light

    Component Teardown Interior Light Removal Rotate Tab The interior light is an LED assembly that is secured with a tab that secures the assembly to the inner front panel. The wire leads for the interior light are disconnected at the control assembly. To remove the interior light: 1.
  • Page 68: Inlet Thermistor

    Component Teardown Inlet Thermistor Removal (Inlet NTC) The function of the rear inlet thermistor / Inlet NTC is to Screw determine the heater status. If the temperature reads over the threshold, the heater(s) will be turned off. A faulty inlet NTC may prevent the heater(s) from turning on, or may turn the heater(s) off prematurely.
  • Page 69: Belt Removal (Wave Touch™)

    Component Teardown Belt Removal (Wave Touch™) The belt circles the drum and has tension applied to it by the idler arm assembly. To remove the belt: 1. Remove the top panel, rear panel, console and front panel. Belt 2. From the rear of the unit, reach under the drum and pull the idler arm assembly to the left and release the belt from the roller guides and motor pulley.
  • Page 70: Roller Assembly

    Component Teardown Roller Assembly Removal Retainers Inner Panel There are fi ve roller assemblies that the dryer drum rides upon. The roller shafts are secured to the outside of the inner panels by a 9/16” nut. The rollers slide onto the roller shafts and are secured with triangular retainers.
  • Page 71: Exhaust Thermal Limiter

    Component Teardown Exhaust Thermal Limiter Removal (Electric and Gas Models) Exhaust The exhaust thermal limiter is mounted with screws to the Duct right side of the exhaust tube and is accessible from the rear of the machine. To remove the exhaust thermal limiter: 1.
  • Page 72: Belt Tensioner (Wave Touch™)

    Component Teardown Belt Tensioner Removal 3/8” Nut “C” Clip (Wave Touch) The belt tensioner is secured to the rear of the motor assembly with a 3/8” bolt. The belt tensioner may be accessed without removing the motor from its installation position. To remove the belt tensioner: 1.
  • Page 73: Motor And Blower Assembly

    Component Teardown Motor and Blower Assembly Removal Motor Wire Harness (Electric and Gas Models) The motor bracket is secured by a large retaining tab that slides under the unit base and two screws that fasten into Motor the unit base. The motor is secured to the bracket with a Mounting spring clip at the pulley end and with a retaining bracket Bracket...
  • Page 74: Motor And Blower Assembly Separation

    Component Teardown Motor and Blower Assembly Separation (Electric and Gas Models) 7/8” Nut To separate the motor from the blower assembly, remove the motor and blower assemblies by following steps 1-6 on the previous page and shown in 7/16” Nut fi...
  • Page 75: Drum Vane

    Component Teardown Drum Vane Removal (Electric and Gas Models) The drum vanes are secured with screws that pass Screws through the drum and fasten into the vanes. To remove the drum vanes: 1. Remove the top panel. 2. Rotate the drum to access the screws on the exterior of the drum.
  • Page 76: Electric Heater Function

    Component Teardown Electric Heater Function The electric heater assembly consists of three 5500 Watt elements, that are energized as needed by the electronic control. Under normal circumstances where the unit is starting at ambient temperature (below 100°F), all heating elements should turn on. Above 100°F (in the exhaust), any number of heating elements may be on depending on selected cycle, temperature settings, options and previous state of elements.
  • Page 77: Gas Heater Assembly Breakdown

    Component Teardown Gas Heater Assembly Breakdown The gas heater assembly consists of the supply manifold ALWAYS SHUT OFF THE GAS SUPPLY BEFORE pipe, gas valves and coils, ignitor, burner and combustion SERVICING A GAS DRYER. tube with sensors. Thermal Limiters Removal (Gas Models) Safety Thermostat The thermal limiter and safety thermistor are mounted to...
  • Page 78: Manifold And Burner Assembly Breakdown

    Component Teardown Manifold and Burner Assembly Breakdown (Gas Models) Valve Mounting Bracket Screws In order to separate the manifold from the valve body, the Screw burner assembly must be removed from the valve body. A screw at the rear of the unit secures the manifold to the rear frame as well as two screws securing the manifold to the unit base.
  • Page 79: Combustion Tube

    Component Teardown Combustion Tube Removal (Gas Models) Safety The combustion tube is secured to a mounting bracket Thermostat in the front and secured with two screws. The rear of the combustion tube slides into the heat duct and is secured with a screw to the right rear of the combustion tube.
  • Page 80 Component Teardown Notes 4-22...
  • Page 81: Section 5- Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting The following troubleshooting chart involves problems arising from improper drying techniques and are not valid service issues. Many drying problems involve poor cleaning results, poor soil and stain removal, residues of lint and scum, and fabric damage. For satisfactory drying results, follow these suggestions provided by The Soap and Detergent Association.
  • Page 82 Troubleshooting The following troubleshooting chart involves common concerns that are not the result of defective workmanship or materials in this washer. Some problems below involve improper installation and issues arising from the users household water supply. See the Use and Care guide for the unit in question and the Installation Section in this manual.
  • Page 83: Electrical Tests For Gas And Electric Dryers

    Troubleshooting Cause Correction Problem Scratching or 1. Foreign objects such as 1. Always remove foreign objects from chipping of the drum coins, pins, clips or pockets before laundering. Remove objects finish. buttons are inside the dryer.* from drum and restart dryer. 2.
  • Page 84: Electrical Tests For Electric Dryers

    Troubleshooting Electrical Tests For Electric Dryers Only High Limit Thermostat Cycle Time Trip: Run the following test at room temperature. Set Time Dry cycle for 30 minutes and the heat selection at maximum setting. Place a 100% exhaust block on the exhaust pipe. The dryer door should be open for this test and the door switch held closed by tape or similar means.
  • Page 85: Electrical Tests For Gas Dryers

    Troubleshooting Electrical Tests For Gas Dryers Manifold Pressure Connect manometer to pressure tap on gas valve. During burner operation, manometer reading should be between 2.9 and 4.0 inches of gage oil. Flames Entering Drying Chamber Block exhaust and inspect flame length. The flames should not be entering the drying chamber. Flash Back Into Burner With exhaust blocked, inspect for flash back into burner during ignition.
  • Page 86 Troubleshooting Electrical Tests For Gas Dryers Thermal Limiter Trip Time Run the following test at room temperature. Set Time Dry cycle for 30 minutes and the heat selection at maximum setting. Place a 100% exhaust block on the exhaust pipe. The dryer door should be open for this test and the door switch held closed.
  • Page 87 Wiring Schematics Model EIED55H...
  • Page 88 Wiring Schematics Model EIGD55H...
  • Page 89 Wiring Schematics Model EWED65H...
  • Page 90 Wiring Schematics Model EWGD65H...
  • Page 91 Wiring Schematics Model EWMED65H...
  • Page 92 Wiring Schematics Model EWMGD65H...

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