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AEG EDW750 Service Manual

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SERVICE MANUAL
DISHWASHERS
Dishwashers with electronic
control system
ELECTROLUX ITALIA S.p.A.
Spares Operations Europe
Corso Lino Zanussi, 30
Publication
number
ProClean
I - 33080 PORCIA/PN (ITALY)
599 72 48-93
Fax +39 0434 394096
RealLife
EN
Edition: 2016/09
SOE/PR
1
599 72 48-93

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   Summary of Contents for AEG EDW750

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    SERVICE MANUAL DISHWASHERS Dishwashers with electronic control system ELECTROLUX ITALIA S.p.A. Spares Operations Europe Corso Lino Zanussi, 30 Publication number ProClean I - 33080 PORCIA/PN (ITALY) 599 72 48-93 Fax +39 0434 394096 RealLife Edition: 2016/09 SOE/PR 599 72 48-93...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Deleting alarm memory/LED test ....................... 18 7.2.3 Functional test cycle ..........................19 7.2.4 Reading alarms and activating components ....................19 7.3 EDW750 .............................. 20 EDW1850 ............................20 EDW1950/1953 ........................... 20 EDW3510 ............................21 EDW2500 SWISS ..........................22 EDW1850/1950 ........................... 23 7.8.1...

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    10.5 Three-phase washing pump - inverter motor ...................42 10.6 Drain pump ............................. 44 10.7 Heating element ..........................45 10.8 Analogue pressure switch ......................46 10.9 Flowmeter ............................47 10.10 Detergent dispenser ........................50 10.11 Traditional door ..........................51 10.12 ON/OFF Switch ..........................52 10.13 Beam-on-Floor ..........................

  • Page 4: Purpose Of This Manual

    The purpose of this Service Manual is to provide Service Engineers with technical information regarding the new range of “ProClean/RealLife” dishwashers and to give a description of the alarm codes and service functionality of the following families: • EDW5xx • EDW750 • EDW1xxx-2G • EDW2500 •...

  • Page 5: Styling Overview

    3 Styling overview Free Standing EDW2500 EDW1510-1750 EDW1500 EDW750 EDW1850 EDW1950 EDW3510 SOE/PR 599 72 48-93...

  • Page 6: Fully Integrated

    Fully Integrated EDW1953 EDW1103 SOE/PR 599 72 48-93...

  • Page 7: Built In

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    EDW750 EDW1850 EDW1950 EDW3510 EDW2500 SWISS SOE/PR 599 72 48-93...

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    EDW 500 EDW 503 EDW 1503 SOE/PR 599 72 48-93...

  • Page 10: Location Of Leds And Push Buttons

    EDW 1500-2G-UI: EDW 1510-2G-UI (also used as EDW 1750-2G-UI) EDW 1503-2G-UI (also used as EDW1753-2G-UI): EDW 1103-2G-UI (also used as EDW603 user interface): EDW3000 display boards “New Collection” display boards EDW750 EDW1850 EDW1950 TOUCH EDW3510 EDW1953 FI EDW500 EDW 503 EDW1503 1.5 DIGIT...

  • Page 11: Reset

    5 Reset “Reset” is a special kind of User mode to stop or deselect a running programme. When this function is enabled, the appliance will be on stand-by without any selected settings. RESET can only be performed after the washing cycle has started. With EDW1xxx-2G display boards: press buttons S2+S3 simultaneously for at least 1 sec or press the specific button dedicated to this function by the custom software.

  • Page 12: User Mode Settings

    The User mode is incorporated into the options menu on the displays. Example for a 3-digit display: For the EDW750, set the knob to a position without a washing cycle indication, as shown in the figure, and press buttons S1+S2 simultaneously for a few seconds.

  • Page 13: Water Hardness

    Water hardness The water hardness setting range is from 1 to 10 (soft to hard). In appliances with a 3-digit display, once you have entered the User mode, press button S1 to display the current water hardness level from “1L” to “10L”. In appliances without a display, once you have entered the User mode, press button S1 to display the current water hardness level from “1L”...

  • Page 14: Edw750

    6.2.3 EDW750 6.2.4 EDW1850/1950 6.2.5 EDW1953 TOUCH SOE/PR 599 72 48-93...

  • Page 15: Disable/enable Rinse Aid

    Disable/Enable Rinse Aid This function allows you to disable the rinse aid dosing. In appliances with a 3-digit display, once you have entered the User mode, press button S2 to display the current status where “0d” indicates it is disabled and “1d” that it is enabled. To modify the enabled/disabled status, press button S2.

  • Page 16: Service Mode Settings

    7 Service Mode Settings Only if the appliance is on stand-by awaiting instructions, hold down the two configured buttons simultaneously, turn on the appliance and wait for at least 4 sec. With EDW1xxx-2G display boards: by pressing buttons S1+S3. With EDW3xxx display boards: by pressing buttons S1+S3 (EDW2500) or S3+S4 (EDW2503). EDW500 7.1.1 Diagnostics mode, alarm reading and testing...

  • Page 17: Deleting Alarm Memory/led Test

    7.1.2 Deleting alarm memory/LED test 1. Hold down button S1 2. Turn the knob anti-clockwise to Position 5 LEDs LD0 and LD1 flash release button S1 3. Turn the knob to Position 4 4. Press button S1 all LEDS flash for 30 sec 7.1.3 Functional test cycle 7.1.3.1...

  • Page 18: Edw503

    EDW503 7.2.1 Diagnostics mode, alarm reading and testing 1. Hold down the PROGRAMMES button 2. Turn the appliance on at the ON/OFF button LED L1 flashes LEDs L2 and L3 are turned on 3. Wait for LEDs L2 and L3 to be turned off 4.

  • Page 19: Functional Test Cycle

    7.2.3 Functional test cycle 7.2.3.1 Cycle setting 1. Hold down the PROGRAMMES button 2. Turn the appliance on at the ON/OFF button LED L1 flashes LEDs L2 and L3 are turned on 4. Press the PROGRAMMES button twice before LEDs L2 and L3 are turned off LED L3 flashes LEDs L1 and L2 are turned on 5.

  • Page 20: Edw750

    EDW750 EDW1850 EDW1950/1953 In the EDW1950/1953 version, you can only enter service mode with the appliance turned ON and on stand-by awaiting instructions. Hold down the two configured buttons and wait at least 4 sec. SOE/PR 599 72 48-93...

  • Page 21: Edw3510

    EDW3510 In the edw3510 touch version, you can only enter service mode with the appliance turned ON and on stand- by awaiting instructions. Hold down buttons 1 and 2 simultaneously as configured and wait a few seconds. After 3 seconds, the display prompts the Alarms check •...

  • Page 22: Edw2500 Swiss

    EDW2500 SWISS In the EDW2500 Touch SWISS version, you can only enter service mode with the appliance turned ON and in “CHOOSE PROGRAM” mode; hold down the two OPTION and START buttons as configured and wait a few seconds. Press the OPTION button to select the menu The sequence is defined as follows: 1.

  • Page 23: Edw1850/1950

    EDW1850/1950 Alarms and activated components check button 1 7.8.1 LED test and cancelling alarms stored Once in Service mode, the LED test and the cancelling of alarms stored is possible using button S2. All LEDs flash for 30 sec. The memory of alarm codes is cancelled. EDW1850/1950 LED check 7.10 Test programme...

  • Page 24: Edw1850/1950

    7.11 EDW1850/1950 Test programme 7.12 Enable/Disable additional rinse Once in Service Mode, the current status is shown by pressing buttons S1+S2 simultaneously. With this setting, you can select an additional rinse. On appliances without a display or with a 1-digit display, the current status is shown by the cycle end LED. If it is on, the function is enabled, if it is turned off, then the function is disabled.

  • Page 25: Edw750

    7.13 EDW750 7.14 EDW1850/1950 7.15 EDW1953 TOUCH SOE/PR 599 72 48-93...

  • Page 26: Service Mode Settings For Edw2510 "touch

    8 Service Mode Settings for EDW2510 “Touch” MENU START/PAUSE SELECTION DOWN Accessing diagnostics mode 1. Turn on the appliance by pressing button S0 2. Select: Options/Settings/Language 3. Hold down the UP and DOWN buttons simultaneously for 6 sec 4. The first diagnostics mode message is displayed SOE/PR 599 72 48-93...

  • Page 27: Alarms And Activating Individual Components

    Press the “Start/Pause” button repeatedly to scroll through the list of the diagnostics mode: Activations LCD display Feature • Shows the alarms stored and activation of the 1 ALARM CODE ixx system • Test of all LEDs and the display 3 LED TEST •...

  • Page 28

    2 TEST ACTIVAT. 8 c:> Washing pump at 2800 rpm activated c:> Detergent dispenser cycling 2 TEST ACTIVAT. 9 2 TEST ACTIVAT. 10 c:> Drying fan activated (if turbo-dry) 2 TEST ACTIVAT. 11 c:> Auto-dosing activated (currently not used) 2 TEST ACTIVAT. 12 c:>...

  • Page 29: Alarm Codes

    9 Alarm codes Alarm Management In “ProClean/RealLife” appliances, the alarm codes are defined in families of alarms and current alarms, displayed as: i = alarm indication X = family of the alarm Y = Current alarm Caution: Only the alarm family codes are displayed to the user. The complete alarm code will be stored among the three alarms that can be stored by the appliance.

  • Page 30: Description Of The Alarms

    “i20” Code - family : Draining Problem “i20”-Code : Fails to drain Acoustic signal and visual alarm, depending on the appliance customization; the program can be • restarted. The level switch restore point is not reached within the time limit set. •...

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    “i45” – code: Calibration invalid, pressure signal too low the warning is set if the sensor signal is out of range for an empty dw, signal low. • the signal range for calibration is defined in MCF • “i46” – code: Calibration invalid, pressure signal too high the warning is set if the sensor signal is out of range for an empty dw, signal high.

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    “i57“ – code: mcb Vbat voltage plausability alarm will be set if Vbat is detected higher than 440V or lower than 215V. • rem.: with Vbat voltage the calculation of the motor resistance is executed “i58“ – code: motor plug connection alarm will be set if motor connection is detected wrong based on motor currents measurements.

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    Time limit set: 10 sec. • “i80” Code - family : Auto Door Opener “i80” – code: Auto door opener malfunction the error is set if the auto door opener sense signal indicates that it has left the normal position •...

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    “iC1” – code: MACS bus communication After three attempts to establish communication, an error is signalled in the hardware control • “iC2” – Code: ADSI communication The washing programme is suspended but it can be restarted if the alarm conditions no longer apply •...

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    “iF1” – code: high water level The alarm is stored and displayed only in service mode. • The alarm condition is recognized if the safety water level is exceeded for more than 4 sec. • A drain phase is activated until the water level drops below the safety level. •...

  • Page 36: Technical Details

    10 Technical details 10.1 New hydraulic circuit Spray arms Mulinelli ottimizzati Mulinelli ottimizzati optimised for water per il consumo per il consumo consumption d’acqua d’acqua Internal Colonna Colonna column nterna nterna New trap Nuov N uovo o V V ecchio e cchio Old trap p p o o z z zet z ett t o o po p ozz z zet e tt t o o...

  • Page 37

    Detail of heart between 60cm, 45cm & BIG Stesso cuore tra 60cm, 45cm & BIG Stesso cuore tra 60cm, 45cm & BIG Drain Pompa Pompa Washing Pompa Pompa pump scarico scarico pump lavaggio lavaggio Trap Pozzetto Pozzetto Flowmeter Flussimetro Flussimetro Trap/water Tubo Tubo...

  • Page 38: New Components

    F F i i ltr l tri i AEG & Elux sc s car a rico i co drain filter AE A EG G & & Flowmeter...

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    Muline M ulinel l l l o o Muline M ulinel l lo l o Traditional spray arm Satellite Spray Arm t t r r a a di d izionale z ionale s s a a te t ellite l lite Better cover in washing Una U na m m igliore i gliore results in a higher cleaning...

  • Page 40: Water Circuit

    10.3 Water circuit Vasca Vasca Scarico acqu Water outlet Scarico acqua a Water inlet Elettrovalvola di carico Elettrovalvola di carico Blended function Diluizione Diluizione Pressure sensor Washing pump Sump Heater salt Drain pump Aqua Control Regeneration valve Aqua Control Aqua Control Elettrovalvola di rigenera Elettrovalvola di rigenera SOE/PR...

  • Page 41: Single-phase Asynchronous Washing Pump

    10.4 Single-phase asynchronous washing pump Connection plan: BLUE BROWN MAIN 1 WHITE 2 BROWN 3 Gen. 4 Gen. • • G G uidato u idato da d a un u n m m tore t ore ad a d induzione i nduzione monofase m onofase e e •...

  • Page 42: Three-phase Washing Pump - Inverter Motor

    10.5 Three-phase washing pump - inverter motor Three-phase asynchronous motor (Inverter motor): Mot M oto o re r e as a sincro i ncron n o o t t ri r ifase f ase ( ( m m o o t t o o r r e e i i n n v v er e rter t er) ) : : MAXS2 The motor must be powered by a specific electronic board,...

  • Page 43

    “INVERTER” Electric wiring = Phase = Neutral = Inverter board = Motor = Condenser = Diodes I1-6 = Switches F1-3 = Motor connectors µP = Microprocessor Una U na scheda s cheda e e lettronica l ettronica spec s pecifica i fica ( ( A A ) ) A specific electronic board (A) converts the single-phase domestic power converte c onverte la l a potenza p otenza m m onofase o nofase domestica d omestica into three-phase power.

  • Page 44: Drain Pump

    10.6 Drain pump Housing O-Ring Flap Motor Driven by a synchronous motor: Guidata G uidata d d a a u u n n m m o o tore t ore Voltage 230 V 50 Hz sincrono: s incrono: Power: 30 W -7 resistance approx. 225 ohms Tens T ensione: i one: 230V 2 30V Max.

  • Page 45: Heating Element

    10.7 Heating element Absorbed power: 2100 W Potenza P otenza a a ssorbi s sorbit t a: a : 2100 2 100 W W Cold resistance: Resistenza R esistenza a a f f r r e e d d do: d o: 25 2 5 Safety thermostat: T T e e r r m m os o st t a a to t o di d i sicur s icure e zza z za 98°...

  • Page 46: Analogue Pressure Switch

    10.8 Analogue pressure switch Here are the main characteristics of the pressure switch: Le L e principa p rincipal l i i car c ara a tte t teristiche r istiche de d el l frequency output (0-5 V signal), pr p re e ssstato s sstato s s ono o no le l e seguenti: s eguenti: range: 0-300 mm of water, frequenza f requenza i i n n uscita u scita (0-5V ( 0-5V...

  • Page 47: Flowmeter

    10.9 Flowmeter The flowmeter controls the flow of water towards the two dishwasher spray Il I l fluss f lussi i metro m etro c c on o ntrolla t rolla l’afflu l ’afflusso s so d d i i acqua a cqua arms.

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    Separatore S eparatore c c on o n t t r r e e f f ori o ri p p e e r r a a fflussi f flussi d d i i Separator with three holes to define de d efini f inire r e i i different acqua a cqua different water flows...

  • Page 49

    Flow of water towards the bottom spray arm Flusso d‘acqua verso il mulinello inferiore Flusso d‘acqua verso il mulinello inferiore Flow of water towards the top spray arm Flusso d‘acqua verso il mulinello superiore Flusso d‘acqua verso il mulinello superiore Flow of water from the pump Fl F lus u sso s o d d ‘...

  • Page 50: Detergent Dispenser

    10.10 Detergent dispenser In DIVA2, the pre- Nella DIVA2, la Nella DIVA2, la wash compartment camera di camera di is no longer prelavaggio non è prelavaggio non è present. più presente. più presente. A A t t t t e e nzione n zione: : Caution: Se S e la l a la l avastovig v astoviglie l ie v v iene i ene...

  • Page 51: Traditional Door

    10.11 Traditional door The door lock is guaranteed by a mechanical latch. The system is also connected to the main La L a chiusura c hiusura della d ella p p orta o rta è è garan g arant t ita i ta d d a a un u n sistema s istema d d i i electronic board by a micro-switch at 12 V, which detects the status of the door.

  • Page 52: On/off Switch

    10.12 ON/OFF Switch MAIN SWITCH (Auto switch-off type) MAIN SWITCH Objectives: O O b b iet i ett t ivi i vi : : • remove all electricity consumption at the end of each cycle • • n n on o n aver a vere e c c onsumi o nsumi elettrici e lettrici a a l l l l a a fin f ine e di d i ogni o gni ciclo c iclo •...

  • Page 53

    MAX TRAVEL OFF O FF O FF MAX M AX M AX ON O N O N TRAVEL T RAVEL T RA Operating principle of the auto switch-off switch Principio di fu amento dell‘interruttore con Principio di funzionamento dell‘interruttore con auto-spegnimento nzion auto- spegnimento...

  • Page 54

    UNLO U NLO U NLOC C C KIN UNLOCKING ON O N O N OF O F O FF F F KIN K ING G G Operating principle of the auto switch-off switch Principio di funzion mento dell‘interruttore con au Principio di funzionamento dell‘interruttore con auto-spegnimento o-spegnimento 0.02 sec 250 V IMPULSE...

  • Page 55: Beam-on-floor

    10.13 Beam-on-Floor Beam on Floor (DIVA2): envisaged in two colours and with 3-digit display Beam B eam on o n Floor F loor ( ( D D IVA I VA2 2 ) ) : : previ p revis s to t o in i n due d ue c c o o lori l ori e e c c on o n dis d isp p lay l ay a a 3 3 c c i i f f r r e e Red: cycle in progress Green: cycle ended...

  • Page 56: Edw1xxx-2g Operating Diagram

    10.14 EDW1xxx-2G operating diagram SOE/PR 599 72 48-93...

  • Page 57: Edw3000 Operating Diagram (single-phase Motor)

    10.15 EDW3000 operating diagram (single-phase motor) SOE/PR 599 72 48-93...

  • Page 58: Edw3000 Operating Diagram (three-phase Inverter Motor)

    10.16 EDW3000 operating diagram (three-phase Inverter motor) SOE/PR 599 72 48-93...

  • Page 59: Components Check For Ac Motor

    10.17 Components check for AC motor LEAD CORRECT PARTS REMARKS CONNECTIONS VALUE POWER CABLE ON/OFF SW ITCH 250 VOLT Activation AUTO OFF COMMAND ± 8 % DH off Heating ELEMENT + Safety ± 8 % Serial connection 1900 W THERMOSTAT DOOR SWITCH Door closed 3900...

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