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Service Inspection Mode - Samsung DW80M9 Series Service Manual

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4-2. SERVICE INSPECTION MODE
■ SVC Test mode
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Enable Smart Install
Mode
Disable Smart Install
Mode
Smart Install Mode
Configuration
Smart Install Mode
Display
Auto Mode
Configuration
1) Set the timer for 17h with Power On.
2) Press Hi-Temp Wash Key for at least 7 seconds.
- When Power Key is pressed, it is disabled with Power Off.
- There are Auto Mode and Manual Mode. When Smart Install Mode is enabled, it is set to Auto Mode by default.
- Mode change KEY : Changing modes can be done by entering the Auto Key while on standby or when the operation of each
mode has been completed. (AS → Manual mode STEP[1] → Manual mode STEP[2] → ... Manual mode STEP[7] → AS → ...
(Circulation))
- Entering the mode change KEY when the Door Open check code occurs will cancel the check code and go to the state where mode
change can be performed.
- Displays "AS" before Auto Mode is enabled.
- If Rinse Aid is not sufficient, Rinse Aid ICON turns on.
- During Auto Mode, the current Step No. blinks as an indication.
- Closing the Door within 3.7 seconds after entering the Start Key will automatically run Step 1 through to Step 6.
※ dC1 will occur if Door Open information is detected only in Inverter Micom. – If the Door opens during operation, it will stop and the
Door Open check code "dC(dC1)" will be displayed. However, this does not apply once Auto Door Open is activated. – When the
Door Open check code "dC(dC1)" is displayed, pressing the Start Key will turn the check code display off and it will re-run from the
initial AS.
1. During Auto Mode, all keys except Power Key are deactivated.
During Auto Mode, Sub Mode cannot be changed manually.
2. [Auto Mode STEP 1: check drainage and vane.]
3. Turn on the drain pump. (Use the following steps/ no drain error detection.)
- Drain pump on for 14 seconds → drain pump off for 2 seconds → drain pump on for 14 seconds → off for 5 seconds → complete
4. Move the vane back and forth while draining step is in progress.
(※ Applicable to models with a vane only.)
5. Once the draining step completes and the vane operates normally, proceed to [STEP 2].
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