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TECHNICAL SERVICE GUIDE
MODEL SERIES:
EDW4000
PDW7300
EDW4060
PDW7700
GSD6200
PDW7800
GSD6300
PDW7880
GSD6600
GSD6660
GSD6700
PUB # 31-9085
09/01
GE Consumer Home Services Training
Triton XL
Dishwashers

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  • Page 1 GE Consumer Home Services Training TECHNICAL SERVICE GUIDE Triton XL Dishwashers MODEL SERIES: EDW4000 PDW7300 EDW4060 PDW7700 GSD6200 PDW7800 GSD6300 PDW7880 GSD6600 GSD6660 GSD6700 PUB # 31-9085 09/01...
  • Page 2 If grounding wires, screws, straps, clips, nuts, or washers used to complete a path to ground are removed for service, they must be returned to their original position and properly fastened. GE Consumer Home Services Training Technical Service Guide Copyright © 2001 All rights reserved.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Introduction ......................2 Nomenclature ...................... 3 Control Panel Features5 Profile Models ....................4 GE Models ....................... 6 Component Locator Views .................. 9 Dishwasher Components Door Components ..................13 Escutcheon Keypad Assembly ..............13 Control Module ..................... 14 Detergent/Rinse Module ................14 Stainless Steel Bowed Panel (on some models) ........
  • Page 4: Introduction

    Introduction food particles. The Piranha hard food disposer The new Triton XL Dishwashers are packed with grinds and pulverizes any other food particles. features to get your dishes cleaner, pots and pans spotless, and keep your kitchen quieter... and with Triton XL Dishwashers run quieter thanks to our a power usage of 477 kWhr/yr, they have an ®...
  • Page 5: Nomenclature

    Nomenclature Model Number P D W 7 3 0 0 G 0 0 W W Brand P = Profile E = General Electric - NATM G = General Electric Exterior Color BB = Black Product Type CC = Bisque CD - Counter Top DW = Dishwasher SS = Stainless Steel SD = Standard...
  • Page 6: Control Panel Features5

    Control Panel Features Profile Models Throughout this manual, features and appearance may vary from your model. TIME REMAINING Control Settings Status Indicator Lights The Status display tells you what’s happening while the dishwasher is in operation and may flash, indicating a malfunction (see page 6). The lights will come ON indicating the sequence of operation the dishwasher is in.
  • Page 7 COOK Heavy 11.4 gal., 95 min. WARE Medium 10.0 gal., 71 min. Light 10.0 gal., 66 min. This cycle is meant for heavily soiled dishes or cookware with dried-on or baked-on soils. This cycle may not remove burned-on foods. Everyday dishes are safe to be used in this cycle. NORMAL WASH Heavy 9.9 gal., 74 min.
  • Page 8: Ge Models

    The CLEAN light is illuminated when a wash cycle is complete. The light will stay ON until the door is opened. GE Models You can locate your model number on the tub wall just inside the door. Throughout this manual, features and appearance may vary from your model.
  • Page 9 ExtraClean™ Sensor Selections The light above the selected pad will be ON to indicate which ExtraClean™ Sensor Selection has been selected. ANTI-BACTERIA Heavy 10.0 gal., 93 min. Medium 8.6 gal., 90 min. Light 7.2 gal., 90 min. This cycle raises the water temperature in the final rinse to sanitize your dishware. The cycle length will vary depending on the temperature of your inlet water.
  • Page 10 LOCK You can lock the controls to prevent any selections from being made. Or you can lock the controls after you have started a cycle. Children cannot accidentally start dishwasher by touching pads with this option selected. To unlock the dishwasher controls, press and hold the HEATED DRY pad for 3 seconds. To lock the dishwasher, press and hold the HEATED DRY pad for 3 seconds.
  • Page 11: Component Locator Views

    Component Locator Views Door View (Panel and Escutcheon Removed) Vent Driver Control Module Door Interlock (Active Vent) Flapper Switch (Active Vent) Detergent/ Rinse Agent Module Factory Test Cable Circulation Pump House Electrical Supply Flood Switch Junction Box – 9 –...
  • Page 12 Door View (Front Panel ONLY Removed) Control Module Escutcheon Keypad Latch Handle Active Vent Assembly Bottom View Circulation Pump Flood Switch Junction Box Motor FRONT FRONT Water Valve Factory Test Cable Connector Turbitity Sensor Drain Line Check Valve BACK BACK Sump Heating Drain Pump...
  • Page 13 Inside View Upper Spray Middle Spray Arm Water Supply Connection Main Conduit Lower Spray Heating Element Fine Filter Inlet Cover Inside Door View Detergent/Rinse Module Detergent Compartment Vent (Active Vent) P0003687 – 11 –...
  • Page 14 Side View Drain Tube Assembly Fill Door Funnel Spring Fill Water Hose Valve Drain Line Check Valve P0003689 – 12 –...
  • Page 15: Dishwasher Components

    Dishwasher Components Flapper Active Vent Door Components The door components are accessible by removing 3 Phillips screws from each side of inner door and Electronic Interlock 2 T20 torx screws from the bottom of the door. Control Switch Assembly Carefully separate the inner door panel from the outer door panel.
  • Page 16: Control Module

    Control Module 2 Tabs 1 Screw Removal 1. Remove the outer door panel (see Door Compo- nents ). 2. Open the door and remove the 3 screws from the back on the right side of the escutcheon keypad assembly. 3. Remove 1 screw from the right side of the control module and slide the module out.
  • Page 17: Stainless Steel Bowed Panel (On Some Models)

    Stainless Steel Bowed Panel (On Some Models) Disassembly 1. Open the dishwasher door to the fully open (89 degrees open) position. 2. Remove 8 screws (4 screws per side) which hold the outer panel to the door assembly. Be careful not to remove the 2 screws which hold Do not remove the escutcheon to the door assembly.
  • Page 18: Door Interlock Switch

    sure that the protruding ribs from the escutch- eon fit inside the stainless steel front opening. Adjust the position of the outer panel up or down, left or right to center the panel with the escutcheon. 6. Once the panel is centered, install the 2 screws in the bottom of the panel to connect the stain- less steel outer panel to the hinge arms.
  • Page 19: Bottom Door Seal

    Bottom Door Seal Bottom Door Seal The bottom door seal is replaceable by removing the outer door panel (see ). With Door Components the door closed, insert a flat-blade screwdriver under the bottom of the door into the channel and twist to break the bead.
  • Page 20: Circulation System

    Dishwasher Doesn’t Drain L1 Output from J2-5 DOOR DRAIN PUMP INTERLOCK J2-5 Attempt to activate drain pump using service mode (refer to Service Mode chapter). Pump activate? Check for clogged: inlet cover Is L1 sump voltage drain pump present at pump? drain pipe Note: Perform this test one-way check valve...
  • Page 21 through the hub to the lower spray arm and to the main conduit. The main conduit supplies water to the middle and upper spray arms. Inlet Cover Caution: Use care to avoid breaking the clip on the hub when removing the main conduit from hub. Remove the lower wash arm and main conduit to gain access to the inlet cover and sump.
  • Page 22: Fill Funnel

    No Water Circulation Attempt to activate circulation pump using service mode (refer to Service Mode chapter). Does pump activate? Does Check for clogged: the pump hub (remove lower wash arm) hum? inlet cover fine filter Pump is stalled/clogged. sump/sump filter Disconnect power and attempt to turn pump using cooling fins.
  • Page 23: Turbidity Sensor

    during the drying cycle, drops to 700 W for gentler drying. DOOR HEATING ELEMENT HEATING ELEMENT INTERLOCK Water inlet temperature must be at least 120 °F for J2-3 proper drying. Low water inlet temperature will 19.4-19.8 prevent proper convection air movement and J2-4 increase drying time substantially.
  • Page 24: Water Valve And Flood Switch

    Replacement Screw Screw To remove the turbidity sensor from the side of the sump, loosen the screw and slide the retaining clamp back. Remove turbidity sensor from the sump and unplug connector from the turbidity Turbidity sensor. sensor shown Note: When installing the turbidity sensor, align partially the key on the sensor with the keyway on the removed.
  • Page 25: Active Vent

    water level is low, check the following: Float Dome Float • Flood switch, flood switch float, and float stem - Flood switch should open when water level is approximately 1/4 in. above the base (bottom) of the float dome. • Resistance through the water valve solenoid coil - Check from yellow wire at flood switch to white/red wire at door interlock switch (Es- Float Dome...
  • Page 26: Flashing Display Lights

    Flashing Display Lights The status display tells you what’s happening while the dishwasher is in operation and may flash, indicat- ing a malfunction. The lights will come on indicating the sequence of operation the dishwasher is in. Status Indicator Lights What It Means START/RESET Cycle has been interrupted by pressing the START/RESET keypad.
  • Page 27: Service Mode

    Service Mode BOWED PANEL FLAT PANEL START START 1R 2R 3R 4R RESET RESET Indicates Keypad Used Only on Some Models Indicates Keypad Used Only on Some Models TO EXIT SERVICE MODE : TO ENTER SERVICE MODE : PRESS THE START/RESET KEYPAD AT ANYTIME TIME TO EXIT. PRESS THE COOKWARE (POTS &...
  • Page 28: Factory Test Mode

    Factory Test Mode Factory test mode is the most accurate way to test the turbidity sensor circuit (circuit contains control module, wiring, and turbidity sensor). Factory test mode will test the thermistor (used for Automatic Temperature Control) that is contained in the turbidity sensor and will test the transmitter that is con- tained in the turbidity sensor.
  • Page 29: Washability Complaints

    Washability Complaints Hot Water – Ample supply of water at a minimum temperature of 120 °F is necessary. Do not use Float Dome dishwasher soon after using clothes washer or filling bath tub. Loading – Consult Owner’s Manual on loading procedures.
  • Page 30: Cycle Progression Charts

    Cycle Progression Chart NORMAL WASH SPEED GLASSES CHINA POTS & ANTI- RINSE (CLEAN) (DIRTY) CYCLE CYCLE CRYSTAL PANS BACTERIA ONLY 140 °F* 140 °F* 140 °F* 130 °F* 130 °F* 145 °F* 160 °F* fill time 49 / 70 sec 49 / 70 sec 50 / 71sec 50 / 71sec 50 / 71sec...
  • Page 31: Wiring Diagram

    Wiring Diagram WARNING: Power must be disconnected before servicing the appliance. TURBIDITY SENSOR TURBIDITY/ CONTROL CIRCUIT BOARD RECEIVER EMITTER CONTROL MODULE TEMPERATURE TRANSMITTER SENSOR KEYPAD CATHODE 3-DIGIT DISPLAY POWER SWITCHING POWER ACTIVE SUPPLY VENT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ACTIVE...
  • Page 32: Parts List

    Parts List Door Note: The components shown in this drawing may differ from the components in your unit. Refer to the microfiche or GEA IPC for the component and part number for your unit. – 30 –...
  • Page 33 Body Parts Note: The components shown in this drawing may differ from the components in your unit. Refer to the microfiche or GEA IPC for the component and part number for your unit. – 31 –...
  • Page 34 Upper Rack Note: The components shown in this drawing may differ from the components in your unit. Refer to the microfiche or GEA IPC for the component and part number for your unit. – 32 –...
  • Page 35 Lower Rack Note: The components shown in this drawing may differ from the components in your unit. Refer to the microfiche or GEA IPC for the component and part number for your unit. – 33 –...
  • Page 36 Pumps and Filters Note: The components shown in this drawing may differ from the components in your unit. Refer to the microfiche or GEA IPC for the component and part number for your unit. – 34 –...
  • Page 37 Note: The components shown in this drawing may differ from the components in your unit. Refer to the microfiche or GEA IPC for the component and part number for your unit. Ref # Part # Description 31-30365 PM SHEET MINI MANUAL 31-30530 PM INSTRUCTION INSTALL 49-5908...
  • Page 38 Note: The components shown in this drawing may differ from the components in your unit. Refer to the microfiche or GEA IPC for the component and part number for your unit. Ref # Part # Description WD12X10057 CONDUIT MAIN WD12X10059 CONE DOCKING WD12X10066 HUB SPRAY ARM MID...
  • Page 39 Note: The components shown in this drawing may differ from the components in your unit. Refer to the microfiche or GEA IPC for the component and part number for your unit. Ref # Part # Description WD01X10065 CLAMP HOSE WH01X2036 CLAMP HOSE WR02X10585 SPRING RECESS DOOR...
  • Page 40: Reviewz

    Review 1. The incoming water temperature must be _________. 2. The dishwasher has a ______ year parts 6. The high drain loop, mounted on the side of the warranty. tub, can be removed if needed. The electronic module has a _____ year T or F _________________ warranty.
  • Page 41: Profile Models

    Any part of the dishwasher which fails due to a defect in materials or workmanship. During this full From the date of the one-year warranty, GE will also provide, free of charge, all labor and in-home service to replace the original purchase defective part.
  • Page 42: Ge Models

    Any part of the dishwasher which fails due to a defect in materials or workmanship. During this full From the date of the one-year warranty, GE will also provide, free of charge, all labor and in-home service to replace the original purchase defective part.
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