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  • Page 1 WDC 1070SL Service Manual...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Part I: Safety Precautions ..........................3 Part II: Installation Instructions ........................4 Part III: Structural Perspective ........................8 Part IV: Decomposition Essentials ......................15 Part V: Troubleshooting Index ........................25 Part VI: The Main Parts Parameters and Troubleshooting ............... 34 Part V: Part List and Diagram ........................
  • Page 3: Part I: Safety Precautions

    Part I: Safety Precautions 1.1 Do not use illegal accessories Parts of the machine used have been specially designed and rigorous testing, performance reached the national and enterprise industry standards, and the whole energy security, good work. In the repair process, for replacement parts, please confirm the replacement parts are provided parts, and then replace ,otherwise therefore adverse consequences, the company is not responsible.
  • Page 4: Part Ii: Installation Instructions

    Part II: Installation Instructions 2.1 Electrical connection You must use a reliable grounded outlet Not allowed to use the drag strip, multi-purpose socket Power lines can only be replaced by a qualified electrician Electrical connections must be in accordance with local regulations When heating the washing and drying washing machine maximum operating current of 10A, and families must ensure that the electrical outlet power supply system to meet the required load.
  • Page 5 2.3 Adjustment Feet Washing machine must be installed on (if necessary, use the spirit level to check) firm, level ground. If you plan to install a washing machine dress on the wooden floor, with a 3 cm thick, 60 × 60 cm square laminate flooring is fixed on the wooden floor, the washing machine is placed in above to disperse the weight.
  • Page 6 2.5 Installing the bottom cover In order to provide a quieter environment laundry, a bottom cover plate is provided in some machines, if it is installed in the bottom of the washing machine section, can significantly reduce noise. However, this part is not installed, you can normally use the washing machine. After washing machine tilting 30 ° - 40 °, the bottom cover is affixed with sound-absorbing cotton side up, printed with "PUMP"...
  • Page 7 2.7 Connecting the drain 1) Affix the rubber water hose for discharging water to the smallest pipe with a 5cm diameter. After removing the curved pipe, push the rubber hose inwards and upwards. If a dedicated rubber water hose is not available, retain the curved pipe for directing water discharge into water pail or tank.
  • Page 8: Part Iii: Structural Perspective

    Part III: Structural Perspective 3.1 Barrel 3.2 Tripod...
  • Page 9 3.3 Water System 1. Drawer assembly; 2. Soap Bucket Pipe; 3. Clamps; 4. Detergent Box Assembly; 5. Condenser; 6. Soap Valve Tube; 7. Soap Valve Tube; 8. Three-way valve...
  • Page 10 3.4 Drainage System...
  • Page 11 3.5 Emergency drainage system...
  • Page 12 3.6 Emergency door switch When faced with situations door cannot be opened, under the power can use the emergency door switch 3.7 And Door Switch...
  • Page 13 3.8 Energy-Saving Water Tank When EQ drainage tank has been a full tank of water cannot be discharged, until the drainage pump stops working when there's water will reflux To the pump and the pump barrel tube These water-saving ball float will seal the barrel and pump barrel tube, is to avoid losses during washing detergent and water savings.
  • Page 14 3.9 Bake 1. Before Drying Tunnel Insulation Pads; 2.Bake cover; 3.Front bracket; 4.The Insulation Pads; 5.NTC; 6.Seal; 7.Bake Under Cover; 8.Heating pipe; 9.Rear Clip; 10.The Flexible Connection Pipe; 11.Impeller; 12.Fan Housing; 13.Fan Motor; 14.Fan Cover...
  • Page 15: Part Iv: Decomposition Essentials

    Part IV: Decomposition Essentials 4.1 Top Cover 1. Remove the two screws at the back 2. Push back, so you can remove the back cover 4.2 Control Panel Removal: Remove the top of the first 1. Remove the screws around 2.
  • Page 16 4.3 User Interface Board Loosen the 8 card ports, you can remove the UI board; be sure to fasten this 8 snaps installation. Loosen the 8 snaps, remove the UI board; installation also make sure to fasten the buckle. 4.4 Cable Harness CCU Front Side Interface Schematic:...
  • Page 17 CCU on the Side of the Interface Schematic: CCU Left Interface Schematic:...
  • Page 18 Main Harness 1:...
  • Page 19 Main Harness 2:...
  • Page 21 Main Harness 3:...
  • Page 22 Main Harness 4: 4.5 Drying Assembly To remove the control panel before removing the bake 1. Unplug the NTC and thermal protection across the switch connector (the blue line is connected to the temperature sensor, then the red line for the thermal protection switch), remove the screw on the fan volute nails, and remove the fan assembly...
  • Page 23 2. Remove the two screws at the rear of the drying tunnel and tank connection, then remove the two screws on the support bracket and bake bar connections, first remove the clamp, then remove the support bar, and finally remove the drying tunnel. 3.
  • Page 24 4.6 Programmable Controller First, the program-controlled machine down before demolition 1. Unplug the harness connector 2. Use a flathead screwdriver or other tool, the programmed cartridge snaps out, and then push up , you can remove the programmable controller box , and finally the rest of the line disconnect Beam snap...
  • Page 25: Part V: Troubleshooting Index

    Part V: Troubleshooting Index 5. 1 Maintenance Precautions (1) Do not jump to conclusions. The necessary checks are indispensable, such as water supply, power supply is turned on, etc. (2) The use of the user should first ask in order to determine whether it is normal and correct (3) Do not rush to disassemble, inspect first step.
  • Page 26 c. induction voltage in the range of 110 volts or less, available multimeter and other instruments to measure d. Under the premise to ensure that the machine well grounded, and then make the judgment whether the machine drain (4) clothes are not drying or drying effect of poor fault handling .
  • Page 29 Fault code table Fault Indication Explanation Recommended Troubleshooting Method No water enters the machine or the If this is the case there is no water in the CCU is not receiving any signal from washing machine: the water level switch. 1.
  • Page 30 Drain Timeout 1. Check the pump and drains to ensure that If the wash water is not totally drained no blocked or distorted. within 4 minutes, the machine goes 2. Check the electrical connections to the into fault mode. pump, ensure that the pump is working. 3.
  • Page 31 Unable To Unlock 1. Check the wiring harness between the door If the machine cannot be unlocked lock and the CCU. after 5 attempts, this error will display. 2. Check the door lock. 3. Check the CCU. Unable To Lock The Door 1.
  • Page 32 UI Board cannot detect the CCU 1. Check the connection between the UI and If the CCU does not receive a response the CCU. from the UI Board within 70 seconds, 2. Check the UI Board. this error code will be displayed. 3.
  • Page 33 Drying Cycle Water Level Is Too High 1. Check if the condensate valve flow is too If the machine detects drying cycle to high, if the inlet valve can turn OFF. reach L1 water level sensor position, 2. Check the pump and drains to ensure that the error is displayed.
  • Page 34: Part Vi: The Main Parts Parameters And Troubleshooting

    Part VI: The Main Parts Parameters and Troubleshooting 6.1 Three-Way Valve Specifications: Part Number: W10448090 Rated voltage: 220V +10%/-25%, 50/60Hz rated power: 1140 Ohm+/-10% Resistance (at 20 degrees): Flow rate: 8 ±5% L/min (from 1.5 to 5 bar) Installation: Snap On Symptom Description Check...
  • Page 35 6.2 Pressure switch (water level sensor) Parameters: Part Number: W10517299 Level 1: 55/ 25mm (± 5mm) Overflow: 270mm (± 20mm) Installation: Snap On Symptom Description Check 1. Leaking Cavity Rupture Replace Level Switch 2. Error Contact melting Check 11-14 Hose is clogged Check the water inlet hose 3.
  • Page 36 6.4 Switches Parameters Part Number: W10423277 Rated voltage: 120V Resistance: 40-60Ω 6.5 Filters Parameters Part Number: W10529783 Rated Capacity: 0.475uF±20% + 2 x 10nF ±20% Rated Inductance: 2 x 0.47mH - 30 + 50 % Rated Discharge Resistance: 680 k Ω±5% Symptom Description Detection Scheme...
  • Page 37 6.6 Laundry Heating Element Parameters Part Number: W10473148 Rated Power: 1500 W /127V Thermal conductor resistance: 10.8 Ω±5% Symptom Description Detection Scheme Not Heating Heating Pipes Bad Check Resistance Connector loose Check Joints NTC Loose Check the NTC Connection Continuous Heating Bad CCU Check the CCU 6.7 Drying Heating Pipe...
  • Page 38 6.8 Capacitance Part Number: W10545721 Rated Voltage 250V ±5% Rated Capacity 10µF Frequency 50/60Hz 6.9 Fan Motor Part Number: W10537829 Rated Voltage 127V( +6%/-16%) Frequency 60Hz±3Hz Leakage Current <0.5mA Capacitance 10µF±10%(250V) Electric Current 0.58A±10% Input Power 64W±10% 6.10 Temperature Sensor (NTC) Part Number: 46197127145 Rated Voltage...
  • Page 39 6.11 Thermal Protection Switch 165°C 180°C Part Number: 46197127147 Rated Voltage: 110-250V(+10%/-15%) Electric Current: Frequency: 50/60Hz(±5Hz) At room temperature (25 ℃) 180 ℃ / 165 ℃ ± 3K Two Kinds resistance 6.12 Drain Pump Parameters Part Number: W10531768 Flow Rate: 14L/min +/-2L/min at 1.25mm Input Power: <35W...
  • Page 40 6.13 CIM Motors Parameters Part Number: W10538125 Input Power: 120W Wash/650W Spin Rated Voltage: 127V 60Hz Dimensions H: 177mm ; W: 174mm; L:232mm Weight (Total Including: Motor, Pulley and MCU) 4.4 kg – 4.7kg Mounting Means 4 Point Mounting per drawing(s), Mounting Isolation Grommets NOT INCLUDED Pulley Assumed Ratio 13.1:1...
  • Page 41 Error Status Indicator Has LED Indicator Error Status Retention No Error status is only available until the motor power is cycle. Motor Shaft Rotation Bi-direction, CW or CCW: looking at the Pulley End When the motor software detects a fault, LED will flash to indicate the fault code. Fault code below: NOT USED There is no single flash error since it is hard to distinguish from normal operation.
  • Page 42: Part V: Part List And Diagram

    Part V: Part List and Diagram Part Number(WDC1070SL) Parts Name WW10561430 CABINET ARES COMBO CSD WW10378705 REAR PANEL-ARES WW10377019 BRACKET - TRANSPORT WW10475056 MAIN HARNESS 1 WW10487313 CCU - 220 V 60 Hz WW10589324 COVER BOTTOM ASM-ARES COMBO WW10531772 Pump WW10517299 PRESSURE SWITCH,COMBO WW10549125...
  • Page 43 W46197043524 SCREW - COMPACT PULLEY, M8X23 WW10345706 BELT, 6EPJ1238 WW10473149 HEATING - ELEMENT 220V/1500W WW10566568 Combo,220V,60Hz,CIM Assembly W46197140918 HOSE DISPENSER - TUB WC303538 CLAMP, HOSE DISPENSER - TUB, DISPENSER WW10449223 DISPENSER ASSY, SPRAY HOSE VALVE TO DISPENSER RIGHT , LEFT W46197042173 COLD WW10558635...
  • Page 44 Part Number(WDC1070) Parts Name WW10561430 CABINET ARES COMBO CSD WW10378705 REAR PANEL-ARES WW10377019 BRACKET - TRANSPORT...
  • Page 45 Part Number(WDC1070) Parts Name WW10475056 MAIN HARNESS 1 WW10487313 CCU - 220 V 60 Hz WW10589324 COVER BOTTOM ASM-ARES COMBO WW10531772 Pump WW10517299 PRESSURE SWITCH,COMBO WW10549125 Transport Hook WW10467593 TANK ASM - EQ WW10537831 DRY UNIT COMP 220V/60Hz WW10545723 CAPACITOR ASM, MOTOR, 3uF, 220V WW10475058 MAIN HARNESS 2, COMBO WW10490898...
  • Page 46 Part Number(WDC1070) Parts Name WW10730808 HANDLE ASM - DRAWER, CSD, BT13 WW10730806 CONSOLE COMPL, CSD, BT13 WW10730792 HOUSING ASM - PCBA, PH, BLK WW10499307 TOP COMPL-LAMINATED,CSD,BT,13...
  • Page 47 Part Number(WDC1070) Parts Name WW10423292 FRAME ASM - DOOR, BLK, 13, BT WW10423265 GLASS-DOOR, 13 WW10423298 DOOR ASM-BACK, PAT, 13, BT WW10423260 HINGE ASM - DOOR, 13 WW10561434 PAINTING FRONT PANEL COMBO CSD WW10561433 FLAP - PUMP,FRONT PANEL CSD WW10470624 FUNNEL - PUMP, FRONT PANEL...
  • Page 48 Part Number(WDC1070) Parts Name W46197141141 COUNTERWEIGHT COMPL - FRONT, 490 WW10458083 BELLOW COMBO, D320, 90 - WS, DL, COMBO W46197140882 RETAINER - BELLOW, TUB WW10426771 TUB - FRONT (REGULAR) WW10504527 DRUM ASM, D490, 64l, 1200rpm, COMBO WW10434113 DISC-CONDENSER WW10537646 TUB ASM - REAR, 64l, 1200rpm, REGULAR WW10483573 CW-TOP-LEFT WW10434115...
  • Page 49 Part Number(WDC1070) Parts Name W46197140918 HOSE DISPENSER - TUB WC303538 CLAMP, HOSE DISPENSER - TUB, DISPENSER WW10449223 DISPENSER ASSY, SPRAY W46197042173 HOSE VALVE TO DISPENSER RIGHT , LEFT COLD WW10558635 HOSE - NOZZLE CONDENSER WW10449621 VALVE COMBO - 220 V...
  • Page 50 Part Number(WDC1070) Parts Name WW10537830 INSULATOR - FRONT WW10495182 CHANNEL - HEATER WW10495187 BRACKET - FRONT WW10495175 INSULATOR - TOP CHANNEL WW10511764 NTC SENSOR WW10511763 Thermostat CUT-OFF,165℃ WW10534924 HOUSING ASM - BLOWER 220V/60Hz WW10452331 DUCT-REAR, FLEXIBLE WW10545720 CLAMP - REARDUCT WW10495186 HEATER, 127V, ASM WW10458227...