Electrolux EDW 1003 Service Manual

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SERVICE MANUAL
DISHWASHER
EDW 1003
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Dishwasher
599 515 183
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EDW 1003

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  Summary of Contents for Electrolux EDW 1003

  • Page 1 SERVICE MANUAL DISHWASHER EDW 1003 Dishwasher 599 515 183 EDW 1003...
  • Page 2 Index - 2 -...
  • Page 3 Build-in dimensions for Integrated Dishwashers ÖKO-FAVORIT * Appliances with height-adjustable feet Plinth height for appliances 820 mm high 100 - 175 mm Plinth height for appliances 870 mm high 150 - 230 mm - 3 -...
  • Page 4 3. Components - 4 -...
  • Page 5 display „lack of rinse aid“ Dosing of detergent dosing of rinse-aid maximum filling level Dosing of rinse aid outlet of rinse-aid Capacity detergent tray detergent tray for pre wash Spule Zeit Zeit Zeit Zeit Zeit Zeit - 5 -...
  • Page 6 Temp. Resistor 10°C 9653 Ohm 25°C 4843 Ohm 60°C 1204 Ohm 90°C 445 Ohm - 6 -...
  • Page 7: Function Mode Of The Condensing Drying

    Function mode of the condensing drying - 7 -...
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  • Page 9: Service Tips

    4. Service tips Torx - 9 -...
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  • Page 13: Water Course Scheme

    5. Water Course Scheme Inlet valve Flow heater Non-return valve salt container Drain pump Air break Regeneration valve Regeneration water dosage Non-return valve Safety inlet hose Overflow safety level Spray arms Base tray Safety overflow Roof-mounted shower Float switch Tub vent Inlet to sump from regeneration dosage chamber Pressure switch Regeneration dosage chamber...
  • Page 14: Aqua-Control Inlet Hose

    Aqua-Control Inlet Hose Safety level Leakage Protection Inlet valve Flow heater Non-return valve salt container Air break Drain pump Regeneration valve Non-return valve Regeneration water dosage Safety inlet hose Overflow safety level Spray arms Base tray Safety overflow Roof-mounted shower Float switch Inlet to sump from regeneration dosage chamber Tub vent...
  • Page 15: Water Inlet

    5.2 Water Inlet Flow heater Inlet valve Non-return valve salt container Air break Drain pump Regeneration valve Regeneration water dosage Non-return valve Safety inlet hose Overflow safety level Spray arms Base tray Roof-mounted shower Safety overflow Float switch Inlet to sump from regeneration dosage chamber Tub vent Pressure switch Regeneration dosage chamber...
  • Page 16 5.2.1 Water load steps (Example) static water dynamic water max. 4 load load repetitions to level wit h level control Timeout 1 Timeout 2 speed target- speed ≥20 Sek. 5 Sek. 10 Sek. 5 Sek. 1600 time in Sek. water level c heck: level c heck: in L...
  • Page 17: Random-Function

    speed 2800 var iable s peed 1600 20 S ec. high,r high,r high,r s tar t-r outine time in s ec. -function = time (high s peed) + r andom time high,r water in L dynamic pulse was h level pr ess ur e s witch point water level...
  • Page 18 5.3 Draining Inlet valve Flow heater Non-return valve salt container Drain pump Air break Regeneration valve Regeneration water dosage Non-return valve Safety inlet hose Overflow safety level Spray arms Base tray Safety overflow Roof-mounted shower Float switch Tub vent Inlet to sump from regeneration dosage chamber Pressure switch Regeneration dosage chamber Sump assembly...
  • Page 19 Sequence draining with pressure switch level check drain pump 1 dr aining sequence with variable timing level c heck! (variable) (variable) (variable) Drain Cycle First draining before every wash cycle 45 sec 15 sec 20 sec Draining after the wash cycles 30 sec 20 sec 10 sec...
  • Page 20 6. Electronic EDW 1003 6.1 In- and output elements - 20 -...
  • Page 21: General Information

    6.2. General information EDW 1003 / VGA LD10 LD11 Equipment in the panel area LD12 (see description page B1) Possible equipment: w Separate ON/OFF switch S0 without optical confirmation. w 6 keys S1 to S6 to select programs or options with the corresponding LEDs All keys are free and can be programmed without any restriction by the programming of the appliance variant.
  • Page 22 EDW 1003 / VGA 6.3. Input philosophy: Program selection LD10 LD11 LD12 LD10 LD11 1. Appliance in switched-off condition LD12 2. Switch on appliance with ON/OFF key S0 -- "prestart" mode Ä Appliance is in the prestart mode Ä All LEDs of the program keys and the "SZV" (start-time preselection) key are lit, the keys can be selected.
  • Page 23 6.4. Input philosophy: select start time Variant A Variante B time preselection after program selection time preselection before program selection ç Variant A LD10 LD10 1. Appliance in switched-off condition LD11 LD11 LD12 LD12 2. Switch on appliance by ON/OFF key S0 Ä...
  • Page 24 6.5. Input philosophy: program sequence A special feature with the fully integrated appliances is the condition that there are no control and display elements visible when the door has been closed. That is why important information for the customer, such as the cycle end or information on faults is indicated acoustically in addition.. This result in a few differences for the start, run and end of a cycle in comparison with normal upright, substructure resp.
  • Page 25 EDW 1003 / VGA 6.6. Input philosophy: delete program LD10 LD11 LD12 A selected or already started washing cycle can be delted at any time during normal operation Delete program (using the reset function) Remaining function always with key S2 and S3 1.
  • Page 26 EDW 1003 / VGA 6.7.1. Input philosophy: alter program LD10 LD11 LD12 Alter program during the prestart phase The door is still open at that moment! 1. Program has been selected but did not yet start. Ä Corresponding program LED is lit.
  • Page 27 EDW 1003 / VGA 6.7.2. Input philosophy: alter program LD10 LD11 LD12 Alter program after successful cycle start 1. Open the door for altering the program! Tür öffnen 2. Opening the door stops the cycle. Ä Corresponding cycle LED is lit.
  • Page 28 6.8. Input philosophy - interrupt program Interrupt program Using the ON/OFF key S0 it is possible to interrupt the program as long as one wants. The same is valid for an interruption by opening the door. There is no deleting function integrated in the ON/OFF key S0! If the cycle is interrupted using the ON/OFF key, all displays go out.
  • Page 29 6.9. Input philosophy - displays All displays are designed as LED displays and exist depending on variant. A special feature with the fully integrated appliances is that there are no control and display elements visible when the door has been closed. Displays for program selection and option Ä...
  • Page 30 6.10. Short survey of all customer, service and aftersales service functions EDW 1003 / VGA LD10 LD11 LD12 Confirmation Call Detailled Who? Which function? Selection of special mode customer or service of the special mode of special function description press S2 and S3 ...
  • Page 31 Pr o Tastendr u c k Verschneide- + 1 Stufe schalter ENDE EDW 1003 / VGA Changing the set hardness blinkt codiertes blinken! Any further actuation of the function key S1 changes ENDE the hardness area. This increases the value scrolling.
  • Page 32 "END" LED on = rinse-aid addition on blinkt "END" LED off = rinse-aid addition off EDW 1003 / VGA ENDE Deactivation resp. activation of rinse-aid addition 5. / 6. By any further actuation of the function key S2 you activate...
  • Page 33 "END" LED on = signal sound on blinkt "END" LED off = signal sound off EDW 1003 / VGA ENDE Deactivation resp. activation of the signal sound 5. / 6. By any further actuation of the function key S3 you...
  • Page 34 LEDs LD1, LD2 and LD3 are flashing. (A temporary flashing up of LEDs is possible and is no fault!) EDW 1003 / VGA 5. / 6. By actuating the function key S1 you now can call the function. 3 - 4 S e k u n d e n...
  • Page 35 3. / 4..and switch on the appliance by ON/OFF switch S0. For that keep the keys S1 and S3 pressed simultaneously EDW 1003 / VGA until the 3 acceptance LEDs LD1, LD2 and LD3 are flashing. (A temporary flashing up of LEDs is possible and is no fault! )
  • Page 36 3. / 4..and switch on the appliance by ON/OFF switch S0. For that keep the keys S1 and S3 pressed until the 3 EDW 1003 / VGA acceptance LEDs LD1, LD2 and LD3 are flashing. (A temporary flashing up of LEDs is possible and is no fault! )
  • Page 37 Overview Errors Displayed Applicable for EDW1500 / 1503 (VGA) -- EDW1100 / 1003 (VGA) -- EDW2000 Display Display Error Display Call Acoustic Error Output via Short Explanation What happens? visible for Error Memory Indication Name Indicator Lamp Screen END LED Customer** (Service) No.of Beeps...
  • Page 38: List Of Possible Error Causes

    List of Possible Error Causes Code Possible error causes Water tap is closed or faulty No water pressure, pressure too low or changing Screen in front of inlet valve clogged Flow governor at inlet valve faulty No or not enough water let in Inlet valve faulty Inlet valve deenergized (faulty wiring or no activation by electronics) Inlet hose bent...
  • Page 39 8. Schaltpläne - 22 -...
  • Page 40: Wiring Diagram

    Wiring diagram - 23 -...

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