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Samsung WD106UHSA SERIES Service Manual

Samsung WD106UHSA SERIES Service Manual

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

WASHING MACHINE

DRUM TYPE
Basic Model
:
WD702U4BKGD/SC
(BAIKAL COMBO)
Model Name
:
WD106UHSA**
WD856UHSA**
WD906P4SA**
WD806P4SA**
(SEINE COMBO)
Model Code
:
WD106UHSAWQFAZ
WD856UHSAWQFAZ
WD906P4SAWQ/EG
WD806P4SAWQ/EG
WD806P4SAWQ/EN
(SEINE COMBO)
Manual
1. Safety Instructions
2. Features and Specifications
3. Disassembly and Reassembly
4. Troubleshooting
5. PCB Diagram
6. Wiring Diagram
7. Schematic Diagram
8. Reference
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  • Page 1: Washing Machine

    WASHING MACHINE DRUM TYPE Basic Model WD702U4BKGD/SC (BAIKAL COMBO) Model Name WD106UHSA** WD856UHSA** WD906P4SA** WD806P4SA** (SEINE COMBO) Model Code WD106UHSAWQFAZ WD856UHSAWQFAZ WD906P4SAWQ/EG WD806P4SAWQ/EG WD806P4SAWQ/EN (SEINE COMBO) SERVICE Manual WASHING MACHINE (DRUM) CONTENTS 1. Safety Instructions 2. Features and Specifications 3. Disassembly and Reassembly 4.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1. Safety instructions ..............1 1-1.
  • Page 3: Safety Instructions

    1. Safety InStructIonS 1-1. Safety InStructIonS for ServIce engIneerS ► Make sure to observe the following instructions to operate the product correctly and safely and prevent possible accidents and hazards 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...
  • Page 4 WarnIng WHILe ServIcIng • Check if the power plug and outlet are damaged, flattened, cut or otherwise degraded. √ If faulty, replace it immediately. Failing to do so may result in electric shock or fire. • Completely remove any dust or foreign material from the housing, wiring and connection parts. √ This will prevent a risk of fire due to tracking and shorts in advance. • When connecting wires, make sure to connect them using the relevant connectors and check that they are completely connected. √ If tape is used instead of the connectors, it may cause fire due to tracking. • Make sure to discharge the PBA power terminals before starting the service. √ Failing to do so may result in a high voltage electric shock. • When replacing the heater, make sure to fasten the nut after ensuring that it is inserted into the bracket-heater. √ If not inserted into the bracket-heater, it touches the drum and causes noise and electric leakage. WarnIng after ServIcIng • Check the wiring. √ Ensure that no wire touches a rotating part or a sharpened part of the electrical harness. • Check for any water leakage. √ Perform a test run for the washing machine using the standard course and check whether there is any water leakage through the floor section or the pipes. • Do not allow consumers to repair or service any part of the washing machine themselves. √ This may result in personal injury and shorten the product lifetime.
  • Page 5 cautIon Before ServIcIng • Do not sprinkle water onto the washing machine directly when cleaning it. √ This may result in electric shock or fire, and may shorten the product lifetime. • Do not place any containers with water on the washing machine. √ If the water is spilled, it may result in electric shock or fire. This will also shorten the product lifetime. • Do not install the washing machine in a location exposed to snow or rain. √ This may result in electric shock or fire, and shorten the product lifetime. • Do not press a control button using a sharp tool or object. √ This may result in electric shock or damage to the product. cautIon WHILe ServIcIng • When wiring a harness, make sure to seal it completely so no liquid can enter. √ Make sure that they do not break when force is exerted. • Check if there is any residue that shows that liquid entered the electric parts or harnesses. √ If any liquid has entered into a part, replace it or completely remove any remaining moisture from it. • If you need to place the washing machine on its back for servicing purposes, place a support(s) on the floor and lay it down carefully so its side is on the floor. √ Do not lay it down on its front. This may result in the inside tub damaging parts. Safety Instructions _ 3...
  • Page 6 cautIon after ServIcIng • Check the assembled status of the parts. √ They must be the same as before servicing. • Check the insulation resistance. √ 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 10MΩ when measured with a 500V DC Megger. • Check whether the washing machine is level in relationship with the floor. Check whether it is installed firmly on the floor. √ Vibrations can shorten the lifetime of the product. 4 _ Safety Instructions...
  • Page 7: Features And Specifications

    2. Features and speciFications 2-1. Features ■ common Features Features Description drying • Enjoy convenient non stop washing and drying managing. - 4 different special drying programs can be selected to perform the whole wash cycle including the drying cycle using one button. - Cupboard(standard program), Low temp drying, Iron,Time Drying (30min ~ 270mins). - Those drying programs also can be operated independently of washing programs. Diamond Drum • The washing performance has increased but potential damage to the washing has been minimized. (The size of the holes on the diamond drum has been reduced for minimizing damage to the washing.) - The embossed wall of the drum serves as a washboard, dramatically increasing the washing performance compared with existing drum washing machines, which use the power of the difference in elevation only. - The size of holes has been reduced drastically, maintaining the optimal wash performance (Washing Cost 1.0) while saving on water and electricity required for washing. - The structure of the holes on the diamond drum has been changed minimizing potential damage to the washing since it is difficult for strands to enter the holes.
  • Page 8: Optional Features

    ■ optional Features ► The features below depend on the model. Features Description air refresh system • Sterilization/Deodorization/Removal of Ticks without Water Washing (Air Washing Using Air and Heating) - Destroying bacteria and ticks without the use of water - Removing the sweat and dirt odors - Maintaining the shape and color of the washing without dry-cleaning • Washing with air. - Removing odors by heating, keeping the washing as new. - Washing with air conveniently, compared with dry-cleaning. The goal of deodorization is 60 percent. (40-minute cycle) • Washing one or two shirts in 30 minutes - If a piece of clothes is not completely dry when it is humid, the machine can dry it within 30 minutes • Preventing bio-film caused by humidity from occurring - You do not need to worry about the humidity inside the drum. - The drum is dried regularly, preventing bio-film. Water safety system • The Water Safety System has invented for perfect leakage protection. The double safety valve connects directly to the water faucet. In the event of a leakage, the built-in sensor immediately detects the leak within a few short seconds, automatically turning off both the water supply and the washing machine.
  • Page 9 ► The features below depend on the model. Features Description Silver Wash System • Samsung’s unique technology generates silver ions that remove bacteria and fungi, and create an invisible shield that protects your clothes from unwanted odors until your next wash. Using an ancient and proven purification technique so simple, yet so advanced it removes microbes even in cold water. • Effect of Silver Wash System - Keeps Stored Clothes Fresh The Ag+ Silver (Nano) Technology anti-bacterial effect keeps fabric free from odor-causing micro-organisms for up to one month, without the use of strong chemical cleaners. There’s no need to worry about musty-smelling clothes even if they remain unused for a long period. - Makes Shapeless Garments a Thing of the Past High temperatures and harsh bleaches can damage and discolor your clothes. The Ag+ Silver (Nano) Technology helps your clothes last longer, without stretching, shrinking, pilling or fading. ceramic Heater • The ceramic heater in Samsung washing machine prevents metals in hard water from being attach to the heater, which may cause a reduction in heater efficiency. It saves energy, time and costs. - Energy Savings Over time, conventional heaters increase their power consumption an average of 5.8 percent, while ceramic heaters only become 1.8 percent less efficient. - Time Savings After three years, conventional heaters take 7.5 percent longer to heat up, whereas ceramic only lose 2.5 percent longer to heat up, whereas ceramic only lose 2.5 percent of their ability to heat up. 10 Years...
  • Page 10 • The machine has been tested and passed the required Woolmark Company specification for machine washable wool products. - Minimize shrinking - Gently and carefully cleans - delicate fabrics that are usually washed by hand. Normal vs Wool mark Normal vs Wool mark Volt Control • The solution for more Durable and Reliable Washing Machine - Although you may not see the direct problems of power surges that run through your electronic devices, a real danger in sudden surges of voltage does exist and this definitely affects your washing machine. This is especially true for machines that require a lot of energy. Samsung’s Volt Control guarantees that your washing machine works safely even with voltage deviations of ±25%. • What does the “Volt Control” mean? - This is technology that allows to safe a washing machine from high shock and even lower voltage. There is an additional protective measure in a washing machine for your precious clothes. It constantly controls washing cycle in a fluctuated situation and re-start automatically when the standard voltage flows back again. 400V 400V 350V 350V...
  • Page 11 ► The features below depend on the model. Features Description Bubble Wash ● Bubble Cushion - Eco Bubble technology activates the detergent much earlier and faster in the wash cycle by use of a Bubble Generator, rapidly mixing a small amount of water with air and detergent (works with powder, tabs or liquid detergents). This creates a foam cushion in the drum ahead of introducing the main water intake. ● Super energy saving - the detergent infused bubbles penetrate the fabrics much faster and efficiently than for a conventional wash system, delivering a cleaner wash performance especially for colder temperature cycles. The lower the water temperature of the cycle, the greater the impact of using Eco Bubble versus conventional systems, this allowing more use of colder wash cycles and helping to save energy beyond the A+++ energy rating of this appliance. ● No detergent remainning - the detergent disslove completely in a very short time while wash begin by bubble wash technology,so don’t afraid of detergent remainnin. Features and Specifications _ 9...
  • Page 12: Specifications

    2-2. speciFications Model Wd806p4sa** Wash type FRONT LOADING TYPE Dimension W 600 mm X D 600 mm X H 850 mm Water pressure 50 kPa ~ 800 kPa Water Volume 88 ℓ Weight 70 kg Wash & spin capacity 8.0 kg dry capacity 5.0 kg Model Wd806p4sa** 220 V 100 W WasHinG 240 V 100 W Power 220 V 2000 W WasHinG and Consumption HeatinG 240 V 2400 W drYinG 230 V...
  • Page 13: Comparing Specifications With Existing Models

    2-3. comparinG speciFications WitH existinG models (★) : Functions may be different depending on the model. Project senie BaiKal Grade senie comBo BaiKal comBo Model Name WD906P4SA** Wd106uHsa** WD0702U4BKGD/SC Image Capacity 9.0 kg 10.1 kg 7.0 kg Dry Capacity 6.0 kg 3.5 kg Water Volume 99 ℓ 65 ℓ 73 ℓ Max Rpm 1400 1400 Motor DD MOTOR DD MOTOR Control Sys General General Weight Detection 3 Stages...
  • Page 14 2-3. comparinG speciFications WitH existinG models (★) : Functions may be different depending on the model. Project senie BaiKal Grade senie comBo BaiKal comBo Model Name Wd806p4sa** WD856UHSA** WD0702U4BKGD/SC Image Capacity 8.0 kg 8.5 kg 7.0 kg Dry Capacity 5.0 kg 4.0 kg 3.5 kg Water Volume 88 ℓ 55 ℓ 73 ℓ Max Rpm 1400 1400 Motor DD MOTOR DD MOTOR Control Sys General General Weight Detection...
  • Page 15: Options Specifications

    2-4. options speciFications item Code Remarks FASTENER- DC60-00104A Default BOLT For specific CAP-FIXER DC67-00307A models only For specific CAP-FIXER DC67-00208B models only HOSE WATER DC62-00079A Default MANUAL USERS DC68-03223Q Default Note • (★) is supplied for specific models only among those without water supply hoses. • You can purchase additional water supply and drain hoses from a service center. • For built-in models, the spanner, water supply and drain hoses are not supplied. Both the water supply and drain hoses are supplied during the installation. Features and Specifications _ 13...
  • Page 16: Disassembly And Reassembly

    3.Disassembly and Reassembly 3-1.TOOLS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY Tool Type Remarks Heater(1),Tub(16), Fixer screw(5), Motor(2), 10mm Balance (6) shock Absorber (2 holes each in left/right), 13mm Box driver 19mm Damper(2), Damper(friction 2) Pulley(1) 10mm Double- Replaced by box driver 13mm ended- spanner 19mm...
  • Page 17: Standard Disassembly Drawings

    3-2.STANDARD DISASSEMBLY DRAWINGS This is a standard disassembly diagram and may differ from the actual product. Use this material as a reference when disassembling and reassembling the product. ct. No. Part name Description Figure ASSY TOP 1. Remove the 2 screws COVER holding the back of top- cover on the unit.
  • Page 18 Part name Description Figure ASSY PANEL 1. Remove the 2 screws CONTROL fixed the front of the operating panel. 2. Remove the 2 screws at the top of the assy panel control. 3. Hold the assy panel control while pulling it outwards and release the hook to remove it.
  • Page 19 Part name Description Figure ASSY 1. Remove the screw as figure HOUSING shows that fixed the assy DRAWER housing drawer. 2. Disconnect the clamper- hose. 3. Disconnect the terminals from the assy housing drawer (3 point). 4. Remove the hose (1 Point). 5.
  • Page 20 Part name Description Figure WATER LE- 1. Separate the assy top- VER SENSOR cover. SENSOR PRESSURE WATER VALVE NOISE FILTER 2. Disconnect the wire between the pressure hose and the water level sensor for repair or replacement. DOOR HINGE 1. Remove the 2 screws holding the door hinge and separate the door.
  • Page 21 Part name Description Figure DOOR LOCK 1. Open the door. Remove the wire diaphragm and remove it from the front frame. For easier disassembly, remove the spring from the lower part of the diaphragm with a (-) screwdriver. Since the diaphragm can be damaged when removing it, remove it slowly along one...
  • Page 22 Part name Description Figure FRAME 1. Remove the 2 screws FRONT holding the top of the frame-front. 2. Remove the three screws holding the bottom of the frame- front. 3. Disconnect the terminal for the door lock switch. 4. Separate the frame front.
  • Page 23 No. Part name Description Figure BUBBLE 1. Insert the (-) screwdrver PUMP AND into the upper part of the DRAIN PUMP filter cover and push it downwards to release the catch. Then seperate frame front. 2. Remove the remaining water through the drain- age hose.
  • Page 24: Troubleshooting

    Part name Description Figure BUBBLE 6. Release all band rings PUMP AND and remove the hoses DRAIN PUMP from the hose drain. 7. Disconnect the terminal of wire. 8. Remove the screws holding the Drain Pump. then separate it. Check points for troubleshooting ★...
  • Page 25 Part name Description Figure Removing Proceed with these steps the Duct after removing the top cover and the assy panel control. 1. Remove this screw fixed the assy duct-scroll on the frame-plate(u). 2. Remove the 2 screws fixing the frame-plate(u). 3.
  • Page 26 Part name Description Figure Removing 5. Remove the three housings the Duct (Red) for the the rmostat, fan motor and thermistor. 24 _Disassembly and Reassembly...
  • Page 27 Part name Description Figure Removing 1. Release the Joint- the Duct diaphragm and remove the diaphragm. 2. Remove the assy duct scroll. Removing 1. Remove the screws, the Duct and separate the upper- (Replacing plate and diaphragm to the Dry disassemble the duct.
  • Page 28 Part name Description Figure Removing 3. Remove the screws. the Duct (Replacing the Dry Motor) √Check the following 2 points for troubleshooting 1. Revolve the dry motor manually and check whether spin the dry motor manually and check that it rotates freely. 2.
  • Page 29 Part name Description Figure Removing 1. Remove the dry duct. the Duct Remove the screws as (heater) shown in the figure and remove the assy S.duct- scroll. Disassembly and Reassembly_27...
  • Page 30 Part name Description Figure Condensa- 1.Remove the the clamp hose as right figure marked. 2.Remove the screw. 3.Remove the clamp hose. 4.Remove the wire harness. replace the condensator. 28 _Disassembly and Reassembly...
  • Page 31 Part name Description Figure WASH 1. Separate the back cover. HEATER 2. Separate the connection housing (4). separate the cover heater. 3. Remove the nut holding the heater and separate the heater. 4. Remove the heater from the tub. Caution Make sure to insert the heater into the correct position of the bracket inside the tub when reassembling it.
  • Page 32 Part name Description Figure 1.Unfasten the 4 screws that MOTOR hold the back cover in place. Remove the back cover by sliding it down. 2. After removing the back cover, unfasten the M19 nut that holds the motor in place. Do not try to unfasten the nut by inserting a screw driver into the motor.
  • Page 33 Part name Description Figure MOTOR STATOR ROTOR 1. To remove the hall sensor, unfasten the 2 screws holding both the stator and hall sen- sor in place. 2. Remove the hall sensor by exerting some force to the ▲ part. HALL SENSOR REMOVED √...
  • Page 34 Part Description Figure name WEIGHT 1. Separate the screws fixed the BLANCE weight-balance(f). Before assembly, make sure the nut bracket installed in the tub corresponding posi- tion correctly. 2. Separate the weight- balance(f). For disassembly, please make sure assembled the bracket-nut into the tub first.
  • Page 35 Part name Description Figure SPRING 1. Insert the vertical hook of HANGER spring-hanger into the guide- spring on the assy-frame. 2. Drag the spring-hanger to insert the elliptical hook into the hole that’s at the side of the assy-tub as the left figure shows.
  • Page 36 Part name Description Figure 1. Remove the 16 screws ASSY TUB holding the tub. 2. Separate the assy drum. 1. Assemble packing-tub’s PACKING one side of “凹” to tub-back use two hands. 34 _Disassembly and Reassembly...
  • Page 37 Part name Description Figure 1. Assemble the oil-seal in the OIL-SEAL tub-back. 2. Press the oil-seal gently and turn it back and forth. 1. Remove the washer-wave ASSY- from the shaft. DRUM 2. Remove the three screws holding the assy flange shaft. Disassembly and Reassembly_35...
  • Page 38: Troubleshooting

    4. TroubleshooTing 4-1. error modes ► This is a washer integrated error mode. For detailed information, refer to the general repair scripts. drum Fully error Type Causes remarks error automatic error For usA mode mode - 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.
  • Page 39 drum Fully error Type Causes remarks error automatic error For usA mode mode - The pump motor impeller is damaged internally. - The wrong voltage (220 V → 110 V) is supplied to the parts. - Part fault - This occurs due to freezing in the winter season drain error - The drain hose is clogged. (Injection error, foreign material) - Clogged with foreign material - The water pump terminal is not connected: rubber band, bills, cotton, hair pins, coins - This occurs when motor driving is unstable because the motor hall sensor does not work. - This occurs when the PBA IPM operation is motor error unstable or the control circuit has an error. - Check whether the wire connector is connected correctly or whether there is a contact error.
  • Page 40 drum Fully error Type Causes remarks error automatic error For usA mode mode - The Power button is pressed continually (for more than 12 seconds). - The switch is pressed unevenly because of a deformation of the control panel. - This error may occur when the screws that hold the sub PBA in place are tightened too much. - A button other than the Power button is switch error continually pressed (for more than 30 seconds). (main relay - Deformation of an internal plastic injection part error) - A screw for assembling the sub PBA is tightened too much. - The main relay of the PBA is short-circuited. When the - The main relay terminal is connected incorrectly. PBA motor relay does not (The terminal is bent and contact cannot be...
  • Page 41 drum Fully error Type Causes remarks error automatic error For usA mode mode - The washing heater is short-circuited or has a wire disconnected. For USA - The washing heater in the tub has an error. products, if (Contact error, temperature sensor fault) the heater has no error, - If the water level sensor operates without water this occurs because water is frozen or for any other reason because of and the temperature sensor engaged at the a PBA relay bottom to prevent overheating for the washing malfunction. heater detects a temperature of 100 to 150 ˚C, the washing machine turns the input power off. - This error occurs when the red temperature sensor at the center of the dry heater operates (at heater error (Heater a temperature higher than 145 ˚C) Relay) : Corrective action – Press the button at the...
  • Page 42 drum Fully error Type Causes remarks error automatic error For usA mode mode - The washing heater in the tub has an error. Heater sensor (Contact error, temperature sensor fault) fault - The connector is connected incorrectly or is : When the disconnected. connector is - If the water level sensor operates without water connected because the water is frozen or for any other incorrectly or reason and the temperature sensor engaged at has a wire the bottom to prevent overheating for the washing disconnected heater detects a temperature of 100 to 150 ˚C, or contact error the washing machine turns the input power off. Duct - The temperature sensor for the duct assy fan condensing Temperature housing is faulty.
  • Page 43: Corrective Actions For Each Error Code

    4-2. CorreCTive ACTions For eACh error Code Troubleshooting _ 41...
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  • Page 49: Pcb Diagram

    5.PCB DIAGRAM 5-1.MAIN PCB Location Part Function Description Location Part Function Description CN10 Program Terminal For flash programming Dry heater relay Drive the dry heater Fan Motor Terminal Drive the fan motor Wash heater relay Drive the wash heater Hall sensor Terminal Receive the hall signal Power supply terminal Power Supply...
  • Page 50: Detailed Descriptions Of Contact Terminals (Main Pcb)

    5-2.CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS OF MAIN PARTS(MAIN PCB) ► CN10 ► CN7 1. TXD 6. 15V_POWER ► CN9 ► CN11 1. +5V 5. TDO 9. WR-TXD 1. FAN MOTOR W 2. RXD 7. FROM_SENSOR_20V_IS_ON 1. MOTOR W 2. RESET 6. TCK 10. WR-RXD 3.
  • Page 51: Sub Pcb

    5-3.SUB PCB Location Part No. Function Description Buzzer Circuit Generates sound when the menu key and encoder-key are operated or when the menu is closed. CN2/CN3 Main and Sub PCB Connection Port Main and sub PBA communication. Program Writing Attach the connector for writing the program when an upgrade or change of the program is required. DSP1 Display Displays the remaining time for the selected cycle,Displays the menu and progress status.
  • Page 52: Detailed Descriptions Of Contact Terminals (Sub Pcb)

    5-4.DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS OF CONTACT TERMINALS(SUB PCB) ► CN2/CN3 ► CN1 Main and sub PCB communication Program Writing 48 _PCB DIAGRAM...
  • Page 53: Wiring Diagram

    6.Wiring diagram 6-1.Wiring diagram ■ Reference information BLACK BLUE GREEN GRAY NATURAL ORANGE PINK SKYBLU SKYBLUE VIOLET WHITE YELLOW Wiring diagram_51...
  • Page 54: Schematic Diagram

    7.SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 7-1.MAIN CONTROL SAMSUNG PROPRIETARY THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS CONFIDENTIAL, PROPRIETARY PTC2 LCD ONLY INFORMATION THAT IS SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO'S PROPERTY. +20V_IS_ON_OFF 0.25W 0.25W +5V_IS 0.1W DO NOT DISCLOSE TO OR DUPLICATE THIS DOCUMENT JUMP +20V_IS +15V_IS 1.5M 1.5M DC_LINK...
  • Page 55: Sub Control

    7-2.SUB CONTROL SAMSUNG PROPRIETARY +15_IS THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS CONFIDENTIAL, PROPRIETARY +3.3V_IS 0.022nF INFORMATION THAT IS SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO'S PROPERTY. DO NOT DISCLOSE TO OR DUPLICATE THIS DOCUMENT 0.2W +3.3V_IS RN2427 WC_RESET 0.022nF DGND Leakage_from_Sub +3.3V_IS 50mA 70V From_SUB_MAIN_Relay_Watchdog COMMON1 BAV99...
  • Page 56: Reference

    8.REFERENCE 8-1.PROJECT NAME MODEl NAME iN ThE MARkET BOM MODEl CODE ► Buyer Code ► Capacity ► Feature 3:RPM Notation ► Drum Machine Classification ► Project Code ► Color Code according to type: SA Seine 70:7Kg 75:7.5Kg 0: 1000rpm 8: 800rpm WQ: DA WHITE WF: Washer Front Loading SC Scout 80: 8Kg 85: 8.5Kg 2: 1200rpm...
  • Page 57: Motor Universal Parameter

    Tap field Rotor DC31-00002A WELLING 38.8 1.24 0.81 2.21 DC31-00002F WELLING 38.8 1.95 0.98 2.75 WELLING 46.36 1.54 0.83 2.18 DC31-00002M G&J 38.25 1.66 0.84 1.62 APPLIM 42.7 1.64 0.71 1.65 Resistance/Ω CODE MAKER temp./℃ DC31-00045A DC93-00316A SAMSUNG REFERENCE _55...
  • Page 58 Latin America gspn3.samsungcsportal.com China china.samsungportal.com This Service Manual is a property of Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd. © 2012 Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd. All Any unauthorized use of Manual can be punished under applicable rights reserved. International and/or domestic law. 19 June 2013...