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Measuring resistances from the front of SHU/SHI 43/53/68 dishwashers

I2.

.7
2 1

Control Module -- I2

3 2 1

.1

.2

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

.4

1 2

.8

.6

2 1

7 6 5 4 3 2 1

.5

.9
X1
(SHU/I 43/ 53)

BU-I6-6 BU-I6-7 BU-I6-8 BU-I6-9 BK-I2.1-2 GYBK-a1-3 RD-I6-1

WH-a1-5 BK-I2.7-1 WHRD-e0-1

WH-a1-6 WH-I6-3

YE-e3 YE-e3 BN-I5-1 BN-I5-2


measure NTC measure rinse (~ 55 kW @ agent sensor 72F ) (SHU/I 53/68) (~.4 W)

resets control module & starts test program

measure dispenser actuator (~2150 W)

measure top rack only actuator (SHU/I 68-only) (~2150 W) measure water level switch (open circuit) measure circulation motor (~10 W) measure drain motor (~16.5 W)

to neutral line

Symbols (WH-I6-3) refer to wire colors and terminal/part symbols. See circuit diagram # 36 for terminal/part symbols. Wire colors: WH = white, BK = black, WHRD = white/ red, BU = blue, GYBK = gray/black, RD = red, YE = yellow, BN = brown.

NOTE:

HINT: Water valve and drain motor can be measured from front of dishwasher without accessing control module wire harnesses. Resistances are: n n
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to heater, Hi-Limit & flow switch

to hot line

Water valve ~ 1 kW Drain motor ~ 16.5 W


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to Aqua Sensor

to hot line

BN-I5-5 BN-I5-6 BN-I5-7

BU-A2 BU-A2

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Measuring resistances from the front of SHU 99 & SHV 43/48 dishwashers

I2.

Control Module -- I2
1 2 3

.5
2 1

1 2 3

.1

.2

1 2

.3

1 2 3

.4

.6

1 2

.7

1 2 3 4

.8

WHRD-e0-1 GY-e0-4

WH-I6-9 WH-I6-8 WH-I6-7

to heater, Hi-Limit & flow switch

to water valve & float switch

measure dispenser actuator (~2150 W) measure circulation motor (with door closed) (~10 W) measure drain motor (~16.5 W)
to hot line

GYBK-a1-3 RD-I6-1

WH-I6-6 WH-I6-5 WH-I6-4

measure rinse agent sensor (SHV 48) (~.4 W)

to neutral

measure water level switch (open circuit) measure top rack only actuator (SHV 48 only) (~2150 W)

NOTE: Symbols (WH-I6-7) refer to wire colors and terminal/part symbols. See circuit diagram # 48 for terminal/part symbols. Wire colors: WH = white, WHRD = white/red, GY = gray, BU = blue, GYBK = gray/black, RD = red, YE = yellow, BN = brown. HINT: Water valve and drain motor can be measured from front of dishwasher without accessing control module wire harnesses. Resistances are: n n Water valve ~ 1 kW Drain motor ~ 16.5 W
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YE-e3 YE-e3 BN-I6-3 BN-I6-2


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BU-A2 BU-A2

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Measuring resistances from the front of SHU 33 dishwashers

I2.

Control Module -- I2

.7 .2
2 1 1 2

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

.4

.6
2 1

.1
2 1

.5

.8

7 6 5 4 3 2 1

BU-I6-6 BU-I6-7 BU-I6-8 BU-I6-9 BU-a1-6

WH-a1-5 WHRD-a1-1
resets control module & starts test program

YE-A2 YE-A2

RD-I6-1 GYBK-a1-3

to water valve & float switch

to heater, Hi-Limit & flow switch

measure water level switch (open circuit)

to hot line

measure dispenser actuator (~2150 W)

measure NTC (~ 55 kW @ 72F)

measure circulation motor (~10 W)

measure drain motor (~16.5 W)

to neutral

Symbols (WH-a1-5) refer to wire colors and terminal/part symbols. See circuit diagram # 60 for terminal/part symbols. Wire colors: WH = white, WHRD = white/red, BU = blue, GYBK = gray/black, RD = red, YE = yellow.
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HINT: Water valve and drain motor can be measured from front of dishwasher without accessing control module wire harnesses. Resistances are: n n
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Measuring resistances from the front of SHU 303x dishwashers
Timer -- u
5b 5a 5 6b 6a 6 4b 4a 4 3b 3a 3 2b 2a 2 M ~

to thermostats f3 & f4 to water level switch & inlet valve

GN-I6-6 GN-f3 BU-I6-4 GY-I6-1


to float switch

RD-A2

A2 1

YE-b-1 (to b1)

VT-b-3 (to b3) 1 BK-m2-1 GYRD-I6-8 GYBK-e5-1


to flow switch

m2 m3

WH-b-5 WH-I6-3
to flow switch

WHVT-a1-3
to hot line

WHRD-A2
to neutral

Timer motor m1

m2
measure circulation motor (~10 W)

m3
measure drain motor (~16.5 W)

A2
measure detergent actuator (~2150 W)

1
see circuit / schematic diagram # 62 for b1 & b3

Symbols (WH-I6-3) refer to wire colors and terminal/part symbols. See circuit diagram # 62 for terminal/part symbols. Wire colors: WH = white, WHRD = white/red, WHVT = white/violet, BU = blue, GYBK = gray/black, BK = black, GYRD = gray/red, GY = gray, GN = green, RD = red, VT = violet, YE = yellow.
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HINT: Water valve and drain motor can be measured from front of dishwasher without accessing timer wire harnesses. Resistances are: n n
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Using the test program to troubleshoot the heater, flow switch and Hi-Limit thermostat from the front of SHU/I 43/53/68 dishwashers
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TEST

TIME

NOTES

Entering test program

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Press On/Off button at the same time you press both the Power Scrub Plus & Regular Wash buttons (SHU/I 43 models) or the Scrub Wash & Delicate/Econo buttons (SHU/I 53 & 68 models). Indicating lights will flash. Press both the Power Scrub Plus & Regular Wash buttons (SHU/I 43 models) or the Scrub Wash & Delicate/Econo buttons (SHU/I 53 & 68 models) a 2nd time. Press Scrub Wash button (SHU/I 43 models) or Regular Wash button (SHU/I 53 & 68 models). Allow dishwasher to drain. Not on SHU/I 43 models. Skip this test. Cant skip this test Dont run entire test (to save time) -- when water starts circulating, measure current in main power line to dishwasher. Skip test once current has been measured. If current is ~ 11A, heater, flow switch and Hi-Limit are OK. If current ~ 1.5-2A, turn off dishwasher, remove or block up tank and measure resistance of heater, Hi-Limit & flow switch (see below).

Starting test program

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Skipping a test

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Draining Aqua Sensor calibration Filling Heating & Circulating

30 seconds 65 seconds Until water level switch closes Until water reaches 150F (rises ~ 2F/minute)

Draining

60 seconds

On/Off button (all models).

Last test. To end test program, press

185F High Limit Heater


F

NOTE: Once its found one of these parts is faulty (from incoming current being 1.5 - 2A), check each part (once tank has been removed or blocked up) by measuring its resistance at its terminals: n n n Heater ~ 11 W Hi-Limit ~ .3 W Flow switch ~ .4 W -- must remove microswitch
from heater housing & close its contacts to measure this. A spring loaded plunger closes microswitch when water is flowing.

Flow switch
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Installing jumper for control modules for SHU/I 53 series dishwashers
Control Module Part # 266746
1 2 3 2 1 2 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 2 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

NOTE: Remove existing jumper from old SHU/I 53


control module and install onto new module.
This part # 266746 control module is used for all SHU/I 53 series & SHU/I 68 series dishwashers. SHU/I 53 models use a jumper (part # 167782), while SHU/I 68 models dont. Since each control module is shipped without a jumper, existing jumper must be used (or jumper # 167782 must be ordered separately). This applies to SHU/I 5302, 5304, 5305, 5306, 5312, 5314, 5315 & 5316 models. Please note this # 266746 control module replaced the module # 263832 referred to in the 1st Edition/Revision 0 of these instructions.

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SHU/SHI/SHV Dishwasher Quick Check Chart


Use this chart to quickly identify problems from front of dishwasher without removing it. For a complete troubleshooting chart when symptoms are known, please refer to the SHU/SHI/SHV Dishwasher Troubleshooting Chart.
NOTE: Use a multimeter with temperature, voltage/resistance and current (ampere) probes. Do all resistance checks with power turned off. Identify each wire color and location at the control module before looking at this chart. For a quick reference for measuring resistances from the front of the dishwasher, please refer to the one page diagram Measuring Resistances from the Front of any SHU or SHI Dishwasher. To access wire harnesses, open door and remove outer door panel (by removing three T20 Torx screws on each side of inner door, starting from bottom -- the top six screws hold the fascia panel to the door). Once screws are out, close door, lift outer door panel up and pull bottom of panel out door panel will drop out. Please see circuit diagram #36 for SHU/I 43/53/68 model dishwashers and diagram #48 for SHV 43/48 model dishwashers in the Major Appliance Technical Manual. An "F" fault code in the display for SHU/I 53/68 dishwashers shows there's a filling problem (not filling, overfilling, underfilling or water in the base). The fault code can't be reset manually it will reset itself 15 minutes after the dishwasher has been turned on (after testing how it fills).

NOTE:

NOTE:

NOTE:

To check
Water valve

Measure
Resistance through water valve terminals ( 1000 ). Lift plastic terminal cover and measure resistance through drain motor terminals ( 16.5 ).
HINT: Locking type terminals are used push a small (#1) blade screwdriver into each terminal notch and slide terminal off at same time. HINT: Start test program, start any wash cycle or reset dishwasher to run drain motor -- see if water drains.

If yes
Valve may be OK more testing may be needed. Drain motor may be OK more testing may be needed.

If no
Turn off dishwasher and replace water valve. Turn off dishwasher and replace drain motor.

Drain motor

HINT: The drain motor is not a bilge pump it won't remove water from the dishwasher base.

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To check
Heater / flow switch / HiLimit thermostat o (185 F)

Measure
Current through hot wire into dishwasher should be 10.5-11 A (amps).
HINT: The resistance of heater is 11 , Hi-Limit thermostat is .3 & flow switch is .4 . To measure flow switch resistance, remove microswitch & close its contacts. HINT: The NTC and Hi-Limit o (185 F thermostat) are changed as a unit. Must pull out dishwasher and remove or block up tub to replace it.

If yes
Heater/flow switch/HiLimit thermostat are OK.

If no
Test each part, turn off dishwasher and replace defective part.

HINT: Don't pull out dishwasher and remove tub for initial checking only when you're certain one of these parts has failed. HINT: Start test program (SHU/I models) and skip "draining" and "Aqua Sensor Calibration" until water has finished filling. When heater comes on, measure current. Skip "heating & circulating" once you've measured current to save time.

HINT: Must pull out dishwasher and remove or tilt/block up tub to replace parts. Bring all three parts before disassembling dishwasher and test each part separately. HINT: The Hi-Limit o thermostat (185 F) is a bimetal self-resetting thermostat.

NTC (temperature probe)

At control module, measure resistance between two brown wires at left of right harness ( 55 k at room temperature (72oF)).

NTC probably is OK.

Turn off dishwasher and replace NTC.

HINT: Make sure water in sump has cooled to room temperature before measuring resistance.

HINT: The NTC and Hi-Limit o (185 F thermostat) are changed as a unit. Must pull out dishwasher and remove or block up tub to replace it.

Water level switch

After water fills, turn off dishwasher and measure (SHU/I models) between white wire at left of 3rd harness from left and 2nd blue wire from left of 4th harness from left ( .4 ). Resistance between white wire to water valve and white wire either at right of on/off switch harness (SHU/I models) or at left of 4th harness (SHV models) ( 4).

Water level switch is OK.


HINT: For SHV models, measure between white wire st at right of 1 harness & white th wire at left of 4 harness.

Turn off dishwasher and replace water level switch.


HINT: Must pull out dishwasher and remove left side panel to access water level switch.

Float switch

Float switch and water valve probably are OK.

Test float switch and water valve, turn off dishwasher and replace whatever part was defective.

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To check
Float switch (cont.).

Measure
HINT: Any debris (e.g. a cable tie) in dishwasher base can move under float and turn on float switch. Clean all debris from dishwasher base.

If yes

If no
HINT: Must pull out dishwasher and remove left side panel to access float switch.

Aqua sensor
(SHU 53-- & 68only)

Find three brown wires at far right of control module. Measure resistance between middle wire and left (preferred) or right wire ( 1 M).
HINT: Don't check this unless customer has brought up long wash times (and has measured them). The sensor checks water clarity and adds a wash/rinse cycle only when the rinse water is still dirty.

Sensor may be OK.

Turn off dishwasher and replace sensor.

HINT: The aqua sensor does not affect washability and should not be replaced (unless a leak has occurred around it).

HINT: Can also measure resistance between inner terminal (light) and either outer terminal (sensor) of sensor itself. HINT: Due to nature of sensor, resistance readings can be inconsistent.

HINT: Must pull out dishwasher and remove left side panel to access sensor (for measuring or replacing). Sensor can be pulled out of sensor assembly at rear of sump.

Circulation motor

At control module, measure resistance (SHU/I models) between white/red wire st on 1 harness from left nd & 2 blue wire from th right on 4 harness from left ( 10 ).
HINT: For SHV models, measure between white/red nd wire at left of 2 harness & th white wire at middle of 4 harness.

Circulation motor may be OK more testing may be needed (if debris entered impeller).

Turn off dishwasher and replace circulation motor.

HINT: Debris can get in if filter basket wasn't properly screwed in and locked. Don't remove motor to clean impeller remove filter basket/screen and reach through right side of sump into impeller.

HINT: Must pull out dishwasher and remove or tilt/block up tub to remove or replace motor do so only if certain motor has failed or impeller is jammed with debris.

Detergent dispenser actuator Top rack only actuator (SHU/I 68-& SHV 48-models only).

Resistance through "wax" motor terminals ( 2150 ). At control module, measure resistance (SHU/I models) between white wires of rd 3 harness (from left) - ( 2150 ).

Actuator motor may be OK more testing may be needed. Actuator motor may be OK more testing may be needed.
HINT: For SHV models, measure between white/red nd wire at left of 2 harness & th white wire at middle of 4 harness.

Turn off dishwasher and replace actuator "wax" motor. Turn off dishwasher and replace actuator "wax" motor.

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To check
Control module

Measure
Run test program (SHU/I models) and check if indicator lights/displays come on and all buttons click (and resist a bit when pressed). At control module, measure resistance between two yellow nd wires (2 harness from right) -- ( .4 ).

If yes
Module may be OK more testing may be needed.

If no
Go to troubleshooting chart and check whether module or another part is faulty.

Rinse aid dispenser level switch


(SHU 53/68 & SHV 48 models only)

Level switch probably is OK.

Check to see if rinse aid dispenser is empty. If not, turn off dishwasher and replace level switch.

NOTE: NOTE: NOTE:

The following parts can't be serviced from the front of the dishwasher (the dishwasher must be pulled out and the tank removed or tilted/blocked up to replace them): Heater Circulation motor Aqua sensor ("Sensotronic") NTC (temperature probe)/Hi-Limit (185oF) thermostat You will need a T20 Torx screwdriver and may need #1/ #2 flat blade screwdrivers and a pair of needlenose pliers. Many parts can be snapped out without using tools. On SHU/I 43/53/68 models, run test program to identify dishwasher problems (please see page F-1). The test can run more than one hour (to get temperature up to 150oF), but tests can be cancelled to greatly shorten testing time. The test program allows draining, filling, circulating and heating to be checked more quickly than running a standard wash cycle. To use test program for troubleshooting, measure voltages/currents as parts come on. For example, run heating test and measure current coming into dishwasher if current 11A, Hi-Limit, heater and flow switch are OK. If not, check each part to see which one failed. This test saves time since you can't get to these parts without removing the tank and can't run resistance checks from front of dishwasher because flow switch stays open. Please see page B-1 on using test program to troubleshoot heater, flow switch and Hi-Limit.

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NOTE: To cancel/drain dishwasher while it's cycling, press and hold the following buttons (until dishwasher starts to drain):
G

SHU/I 43-- & SHV 43/48

Press and hold "Regular Wash" & "Power Scrub Plus" buttons Press and hold "Scrub Wash" & "Delicate/Economy" buttons until "CL" shows on display

SHU/I 53/68

WARNING!

ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD (120 VAC) TURN OFF ELECTRICAL POWER AT THE CIRCUIT BREAKER OR FUSE BOX BEFORE DISASSEMBLING OR REPAIRING THE DISHWASHER. MAKE SURE THE DISHWASHER IS ELECTRICALLY GROUNDED. USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY FOR ALL WIRING OR REWIRING. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.

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SHU/SHI/SHV Dishwasher Troubleshooting Chart


NOTE: For minor problems from improper usage or lack of maintenance, please refer customer to the Self-Help chart in their Use and Care Manual. Problem
Washability problems (dishwasher won't clean properly)

Possible Cause
Inappropriate dishwasher detergent used. Blocked or clogged upper/ lower spray arms. Water doesn't circulate properly due to debris in circulation motor impeller.

Suggested Action
Instruct customer to use a powdered dishwasher detergent (e.g. Cascade powder). Check spray arms clean or replace as needed. Twist and remove filter, then remove debris from right side of sump where water enters circulation pump impeller. If debris has jammed impeller, turn off and pull out dishwasher, remove tank, remove circulation motor and unscrew and clean out impeller.
HINT: If impeller is damaged, replace entire impeller assembly or it won't seal adequately.

Filter not locked down securely, allowing debris to enter sump.


CAUTION: Use caution when removing debris from sump to avoid being cut by sharp debris such as aluminum can tabs or broken glass.

Twist and remove filter, then remove debris from sump. Instruct customer to twist and lock filter (cylinder) securely into sump.
HINT: Due to high temperature rinse (161 F) breaking down food debris and triple filtering system trapping food debris, filters shouldn't normally clog up. Problem often caused by filter not being securely locked down. Instruct customer to twist and lock filter (cylinder) securely into dishwasher sump.
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HINT: Water level will not affect washability as water fill is measured by pressure, not time water level cannot be adjusted.

Drain hose behind dishwasher doesn't have an adequate loop. Partially clogged air gap, allowing wastewater from prior washes to circulate in dishwasher. Water doesn't drain properly Soap doesn't enter dishwasher due to dispenser actuator (A 2) failure.

Loop drain hose behind the dishwasher (with the top of the loop) at least 20" above the floor. Unclog sink air gap.
NOTE: Cleaning sink air gaps is not covered under warranty.

See Water doesn't drain properly on page D-3. Turn off dishwasher and test actuator replace if faulty.

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Problem
Washability problems (dishwasher won't clean properly) (cont.) Suds or foam remains in dishwasher.

Possible Cause
HINT: Must pull out dishwasher and remove left side panel to access float switch.

Suggested Action
HINT: One "wax" motor operates both the detergent and rinse aid dispensers through a mechanical linkage. The system always resets when door closes. Check linkage by moving it manually. Check "wax" motor by running a continuity check on its terminals.

Too much detergent used. Improper detergent used (other than powdered dishwasher detergent). Dishwasher doesn't drain properly.

Instruct customer to use less. Instruct customer to use a powdered dishwasher detergent (e.g. Cascade powder). See Water doesn't drain properly on page D-3. Instruct customer on using rinse aid dishes won't dry without it. Unclog air gap. Make sure top of drain hose loop (behind dishwasher) is at least 20" above floor (add a loop in hose if there isn't one).

Dishes won't dry properly. Dishwasher has an odor.

Rinse aid not used. Standing water in dishwasher sump.

HINT: Water level in sump should be at or below drain motor cover.

Standing water in dishwasher base. Minerals in customer water supply. Food debris in dishwasher filters. Dishwasher won't run or indicator lights won't come on. Dishwasher not turned on. No power to dishwasher. Door ajar or on/off switch failed. Door latch has broken. Indicator light failed.

Turn off dishwasher, drain water manually from dishwasher base and correct source of water leakage. Recommend customer to get water tested and use an appropriate water softener. Clean dishwasher filters. Turn on/off switch on. Check customer circuit breaker, fuse box or power connections. Turn off dishwasher and check door or on/off switch -- adjust or replace them. Turn off dishwasher and replace door latch instruct customer to not pull on door without pulling latch. Run test program to see if light failed (for SHU/I 43/53/68 models only see page F-1). If so, turn off dishwasher and replace indicator light.

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Problem
Dishwasher won't stop filling or won't stop draining.

Possible Cause
Water in dishwasher base from leaky or loose hose. Dishwasher isn't level, causing float switch (e 6) to operate. Float switch or diaphragm (e6) failed. Debris in dishwasher base activated float switch (e6).

Suggested Action
Turn off dishwasher, drain water manually from dishwasher base and reinstall or replace hose. Level dishwasher using front and rear leveling legs (see customer dishwasher installation instructions). Turn off dishwasher and replace float switch or diaphragm. Turn off dishwasher and remove debris from dishwasher base Straighten or replace drain hose. Clean dishwasher filters or sump. Turn off dishwasher, remove drain motor cover (in sump) and clean impeller. If necessary, remove drain motor to clean impeller. Unclog sink or sink air gap.
NOTE: Cleaning sink air gaps or sinks are not covered under warranty.

Water doesn't drain properly.

Kink in drain hose. Dishwasher filter(s) or sump clogged. Drain motor impeller clogged.

CAUTION: Use caution when removing debris from sump to avoid being cut by sharp debris such as aluminum can tabs or broken glass.

Kitchen sink or sink air gap clogged.

Drain motor (m 3) failed.

Timer (SHU 30/40 models) or module (all other models) failed.

Improper drain connection height (< 20" or 508mm above floor). Water fills too slowly. Low customer water supply pressure. Inadequate customer water supply piping. Scale in customer supply piping or dishwasher piping/parts from hard water.

Turn off dishwasher and measure resistance at motor terminals ( 16.5 ). Replace faulty motor. Check voltage at and wiring to timer or module. Turn off dishwasher and replace faulty timer or module (for SHU/I 43/53 models, install existing module jumper onto new module). Install drain height and sink air gap according to local codes. Adjust customer water supply pressure (to 5-20 psi or 0.3-8.27 bars). Install appropriate piping to dishwasher (minimum 3/8" copper tanking) according to local codes. Clean or replace clogged piping/parts and have customer get water tested and use appropriate water softener.

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Problem
Water won't fill.

Possible Cause
Customer water supply turned off or disconnected. Water valve (s2) failed.

Suggested Action
Reconnect and turn on customer water supply. Check resistance @ water valve terminals ( 1000 ). Turn off dishwasher and replace faulty valve. Turn off dishwasher and replace faulty level switch. Check voltage at and wiring to timer or module. Turn off dishwasher and replace faulty timer or module (for SHU/I 43/53 models, install existing module jumper onto new module). Turn off dishwasher, drain water manually from dishwasher base, find source of leaking water and fix water leak. Turn off dishwasher and replace actuator. Free jammed detergent dispenser door. Turn off dishwasher and replace reed switch.

NOTE: An "F" fault code in the display for SHU/I 53/68 dishwashers shows there's a filling problem (not filling, overfilling, underfilling or water in the base). The fault code

Water level switch (f 1) failed. Timer (SHU 30/40 models) or module (all other models) failed. Water in dishwasher base operated float switch (e 6).

can't be reset manually it will reset itself 15 minutes after the dishwasher has been turned on (after testing how it fills).

Detergent or rinse aid won't dispense properly. Refill rinse aid light won't come on (SHU/I 53/68 & SHV 48 models). Water doesn't circulate.

Dispenser actuator (A 2) failed. Detergent dispenser door is jammed. Rinse aid level switch (reed switch e 3) failed.

Circulation motor (m2) failed. Timer (SHU 30/40 models) or module (all other models) failed.

Turn off dishwasher and replace motor. Check voltage at and wiring to timer or module. Turn off dishwasher and replace faulty timer or module (for SHU/I 43/53 models, install existing module jumper onto new module). Run test program (SHU/I 43/53/68 models) measure current to dishwasher. If current 11A, Hi-Limit is OK. If not (and for all other models), turn off dishwasher and measure resistance @ Hi-Limit terminals ( .3 ). Replace faulty Hi-Limit. Turn off dishwasher and check o resistance of NTC ( 55 k @ 72 F). Replace faulty NTC. Turn off dishwasher and replace faulty thermostat.
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Water doesnt heat up properly.

Hi-Limit (f5) tripped and failed to reset.

NTC (temperature sensor) failed. 140 F (f 3) or 161 F (f4) thermostat (SHU 30/40 models) failed.
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Problem
Water doesnt heat up properly (cont.).

Possible Cause
Heater (r 1) failed.

Suggested Action
Run test program (SHU/I 43/53/68 models see page B-1) measure current to dishwasher. If current 11A, heater is OK. If not (and for all other models), turn off dishwasher and measure heater resistance ( 11 ). Replace faulty heater. Run test program (SHU/I 43/53/68 models see page B-1) measure current to dishwasher. If current 11A, flow switch is OK. If not, remove flow switch microswitch, close its contacts & measure its resistance ( .4 ). Replace faulty flow switch. Check voltage at and wiring to timer or module. Turn off dishwasher and replace faulty timer or module (for SHU/I 43/53 models, install existing module jumper onto new module). Adjust hot water supply according to local codes.

Water flow switch (e 5) failed.

Timer (SHU 30/40 models) or module (all other models) failed.

Dishwasher cycle runs too long, yet dishwasher washes, rinses and shuts off OK. Water leaks from front of dishwasher.

Customer hot water supply o isn't hot enough (< 140 F/ o 60 C).

Blocked or clogged upper or lower spray arms. Excessive foaming. Damaged door gasket.

Check spray arms clean or replace as needed. See Suds or foam remains in dishwasher on page D-2. Install new door gasket, providing an extra 1" 1-1/4" on each side to cover bottom of tank (for a dam to prevent leaking from splashing water at bottom corners of tank).
HINT: Original gasket was longer to provide a dam for tank corners. Do not trim gasket flush with sides of tank or leaking may occur.

NOTE:

Use a multimeter with temperature, voltage/resistance and current (ampere) probes. Do all resistance checks with power turned off. Identify each wire color and location at the control module before looking at this chart. For a quick reference for measuring resistances from the front of the dishwasher, please refer to the one page diagram Measuring Resistances from the Front of any SHU or SHI Dishwasher.

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NOTE: HINT: NOTE: NOTE: You will need a T20 Torx screwdriver and may need #1/ #2 flat blade screwdrivers and a pair of needlenose pliers. Many parts can be snapped out without using tools. Symbols for parts (e.g. " f3" or " e6 " ) refer to schematic diagram #36 on page E-1 and #48 on page E-2. The following parts can't be serviced from the front of the dishwasher (the dishwasher must be pulled out and the tank removed or tilted/blocked up to replace them): Heater Circulation motor Aqua sensor ("Sensotronic") NTC (temperature probe)/Hi-Limit (185oF) thermostat On SHU/I 43/53/68 models, run test program to identify dishwasher problems (see test program guide on page F-1). The test can run more than one hour (to get temperature up to 150oF), but tests can be cancelled to greatly shorten testing time. The test program allows draining, filling, circulating and heating to be checked more quickly than running a standard wash cycle. To use test program for troubleshooting, measure voltages/currents as parts come on. For example, run heating test and measure current coming into dishwasher if current 11A, Hi-Limit, heater and flow switch are OK. If not, check each part to see which one failed. This test saves time since you can't get to these parts without removing the tank and can't run resistance checks from front of dishwasher because flow switch stays open. Please see page B-1 on using test program to troubleshoot heater, flow switch and Hi-Limit. NOTE: To cancel/drain dishwasher while it's cycling, press and hold the following buttons (until dishwasher starts to drain):
G

SHU/I 43-- & SHV 43/48

Depress and hold "Regular Wash" & "Power Scrub Plus" buttons Depress and hold "Scrub Wash" & "Delicate/Economy" buttons until "CL" shows on display

SHU/I 53/68

NOTE: NOTE:

Jumpers aren't included with replacement modules. For SHU/I 43/53 models, take jumper off old module and put it on new module. An "F" fault code in the display for SHU/I 53/68 dishwashers shows there's a filling problem (not filling, overfilling, underfilling or water in the base). The fault code can't be reset manually it will reset itself 15 minutes after the dishwasher has been turned on (after testing how it fills).
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NOTE: The customer hot water supply should meet or exceed the minimum requirements below for the dishwasher to operate efficiently. Installations not meeting these requirements should be reinstalled according to local codes. 20-60 psi (1.4 - 4.1 bars) water pressure 140oF (60oC) water temperature (recommended) minimum 3/8" (9.5 mm) flexible stainless steel or copper tanking inlet line

WARNING!

ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD (120 VAC) TURN OFF ELECTRICAL POWER AT THE CIRCUIT BREAKER OR FUSE BOX BEFORE DISASSEMBLING OR REPAIRING THE DISHWASHER. MAKE SURE THE DISHWASHER IS ELECTRICALLY GROUNDED. USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY FOR ALL WIRING OR REWIRING. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.

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SHI/U 43/53/68 Dishwasher Test Programs


TEST* Draining Aqua Sensor
("Sensotronic") Calibration

TIME 30 seconds 65 seconds Until Water Level Switch (f1) closes Until water temperature reaches 150 F (65 C) 60 seconds
SHI/U 43 models SHI/U 53/ 68 models

NOTES

Not on SHI/U 43-- models Can't skip this test Dispenser actuator comes on

Filling Heating & Circulating Draining


* To skip a test:

Press SCRUB WASH button. Press REGULAR WASH button.

SHI/U 43MODELS
To start test program, press and hold both POWER SCRUB PLUS and REGULAR WASH program buttons, then turn unit on by pressing ON/OFF button. When program buttons are released, lights above them will flash. To end test program, press ON/OFF button. To check each program indicator light, press its button. To start testing, press both POWER SCRUB PLUS and REGULAR WASH buttons a second time. When testing has ended and a fault was detected, the following indicator lights will be lit: WASH RINSE/DRY CLEAN = = = Heater fault Water filling fault (over or under filling) NTC (temperature sensor) fault note circulation motor stops shortly after it started during an NTC fault

To check for heater, high limit or flow switch problems, start testing until heating starts. Using a meter with a current coil, measure current going into dishwasher. If current is ~ 11 A, then heater, high limit and flow switch are OK. If current stays at ~ 1.5-2 A, then heater, high limit or flow switch are faulty. If water level switch (f 1 ) has failed (opened), RINSE/DRY light will come on and unit will continually fill and drain where testing won't be completed. If flow switch (e 5 ) has failed (opened), water won't heat (to 150 F) and water wont stop circulating. If NTC probe (f 2 / f 4 ) has failed (opened), CLEAN light will come on immediately and testing will end shortly after water has started circulating. If more than one fault occurs, more than one light will be lit. SHU 43 models program buttons & indicator lights: Power Scrub Plus Scrub Wash Regular Wash Rinse & Hold Wash Rinse/ Dry Clean

See page F1B for SHU 4322/4326 models, F-1C for SHU 53 models and page F-1D for SHI/U 68 models

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TEST* Draining Aqua Sensor
("Sensotronic") Calibration

TIME 30 seconds 65 seconds Until Water Level Switch (f1) closes Until water temperature reaches 150 F (65 C) 60 seconds
SHI/U 43 models SHI/U 53/ 68 models

NOTES

Not on SHI/U 43-- models Can't skip this test Dispenser actuator comes on

Filling Heating & Circulating Draining


* To skip a test:

Press SCRUB WASH button. Press REGULAR WASH button.

SHU 4322 & 4326 MODELS


To start test program, press and hold both REGULAR WASH and RINSE & HOLD program buttons, then turn unit on by pressing ON/OFF button. Initially, control module version # will be displayed (e.g./ 20 = version 0 without jumper). When wash program buttons are released, lights above them will flash. To end test program, press ON/OFF button. To check each program indicator light, press its button. To check Cycle Countdown display, Refill Rinse Agent light and REGULAR WASH light, press REGULAR WASH button (press Delay Start button to test Cycle Countdown display alone). Cycle Countdown display will show "88" when REGULAR WASH button is pressed and "8h" when Delay Start button is pressed. To start testing, press both the REGULAR WASH and RINSE & HOLD buttons a second time. When testing has ended, Cycle Countdown display will show a fault using codes below. If more than one fault occurs, code numbers will be added together, (e.g./ 6 = faults 2 + 4). 0 = No faults detected 1 = Aqua Sensor ("Sensotronic") fault 2 = Heating fault 4 = Filling fault 8 = NTC (temperature sensor) fault F = Filling fault (display occurs during wash, not test)

To check for heater, high limit or flow switch problems, start testing until heating starts. Using a meter with a current coil, measure current going into dishwasher. If current is ~ 11 A, then heater, high limit and flow switch are OK. If current stays at ~ 1.5-2 A, then heater, high limit or flow switch are faulty. If water level switch (f 1 ) has failed (opened), display will show fault code "4" and unit will continually fill and drain where testing won't be completed. If flow switch (e 5 ) has failed (opened), display will show "0", water won't heat (to 150 F) and water wont stop circulating. If NTC probe (f 2 / f 4 ) has failed (opened), display will show fault code "8" immediately and testing will end shortly after water has started circulating. SHU 4322/4326 models program buttons & indicator lights:
Cycle Countdown

20
See page F1A for SHI/U 43 models, F1C for SHU 53 models and page F1D for SHI/U 68 models

Power Scrub Plus

Regular Wash

Delicate /Econo

Rinse & Hold

Refill Rinse Agent

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TEST* Draining Aqua Sensor
("Sensotronic") Calibration

TIME 30 seconds 65 seconds Until Water Level Switch (f1) closes Until water temperature reaches 150 F (65 C) 60 seconds
SHI/U 43 models SHI/U 53/ 68 models

NOTES

Not on SHI/U 43-- models Can't skip this test Dispenser actuator comes on

Filling Heating & Circulating Draining


* To skip a test:

Press SCRUB WASH button. Press REGULAR WASH button.

SHU 53 MODELS
To start test program, press and hold both SCRUB WASH and DELICATE/ECONO program buttons, then turn unit on by pressing ON/OFF button. Initially, control module version # will be displayed (e.g./ 21 = version 1 with jumper). When wash program buttons are released, lights above them will flash. To end test program, press ON/OFF button. To check each program indicator light, press its button. To check Cycle Countdown display, Refill Rinse Agent light and REGULAR WASH light, press REGULAR WASH button (press Delay Start button to test Cycle Countdown display alone). Cycle Countdown display will show "88" when REGULAR WASH button is pressed and "8h" when Delay Start button is pressed. To start testing, press both the SCRUB WASH and DELICATE/ECONO buttons a second time. When testing has ended, Cycle Countdown display will show a fault using codes below. If more than one fault occurs, code numbers will be added together, (e.g./ 6 = faults 2 + 4). 0 = No faults detected 1 = Aqua Sensor ("Sensotronic") fault 2 = Heating fault 4 = Filling fault 8 = NTC (temperature sensor) fault F = Filling fault (display occurs during wash, not test)

To check for heater, high limit or flow switch problems, start testing until heating starts. Using a meter with a current coil, measure current going into dishwasher. If current is ~ 11 A, then heater, high limit and flow switch are OK. If current stays at ~ 1.5-2 A, then heater, high limit or flow switch are faulty. If water level switch (f 1 ) has failed (opened), display will show fault code "4" and unit will continually fill and drain where testing won't be completed. If flow switch (e 5 ) has failed (opened), display will show "0", water won't heat (to 150 F) and water wont stop circulating. If NTC probe (f 2 / f 4 ) has failed (opened), display will show fault code "8" immediately and testing will end shortly after water has started circulating. SHU 53 models program buttons & indicator lights:
Cycle Countdown

21
See page F-1A for SHI/U 43 models, F-1B for SHU 4322/4326 models and page F-1D for SHI/U 68 models

Power Scrub Plus

Scrub Wash

Regular Wash

Delicate /Econo

Rinse & Hold

Refill Rinse Agent

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TEST* Draining Aqua Sensor
("Sensotronic") Calibration

TIME 30 seconds 65 seconds Until Water Level Switch (f1) closes Until water temperature reaches 150 F (65 C) 60 seconds
SHI/U 43 models SHI/U 53/ 68 models

NOTES

Not on SHI/U 43-- models Can't skip this test Dispenser actuator comes on

Filling Heating & Circulating Draining


* To skip a test:

Press SCRUB WASH button. Press REGULAR WASH button.

SHI/U 68-- MODELS


To start test program, press and hold both SCRUB WASH and DELICATE/ECONO program buttons, then turn unit on by pressing ON/OFF button. Initially, control module version # will be displayed (e.g./ 20 = version 0 without jumper). When wash program buttons are released, lights above them will flash. To end test program, press ON/OFF button. To check each program indicator light, press its button. To check Cycle Countdown display, Refill Rinse Agent light and REGULAR WASH light, press REGULAR WASH button (press Delay Start button to test Cycle Countdown display alone). Cycle Countdown display will show "88" when REGULAR WASH button is pressed and "8h" when Delay Start button is pressed. To start testing, press both SCRUB WASH and DELICATE/ECONO buttons a second time. When testing has ended, Cycle Countdown display will show a fault using codes below. If more than one fault occurs, code numbers will be added together, (e.g./ 6 = faults 2 + 4). 0 = No faults detected 1 = Aqua Sensor ("Sensotronic") fault 2 = Heating fault 4 = Filling fault 8 = NTC (temperature sensor) fault F = Filling fault (display occurs during wash, not test)

To check for heater, high limit or flow switch problems, start testing until heating starts. Using a meter with a current coil, measure current going into dishwasher. If current is ~ 11 A, then heater, high limit and flow switch are OK. If current stays at ~ 1.5-2 A, then heater, high limit or flow switch are faulty. If water level switch (f 1 ) has failed (opened), display will show fault code "4" and unit will continually fill and drain where testing won't be completed. If flow switch (e 5 ) has failed (opened), display will show "0", water won't heat (to 150 F) and water wont stop circulating. If NTC probe (f 2 / f 4 ) has failed (opened), display will show fault code "8" immediately and testing will end shortly after water has started circulating. SHU 68 models program buttons & indicator lights:
Cycle Countdown

20
See page F1A for SHI/U 43 models, F1B for SHU 4322/4326 models and page F-1C for SHU 53 models

Power Scrub Plus

Scrub Wash

Regular Wash

Delicate /Econo

Quick Wash

Rinse & Hold

Refill Rinse Agent

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SHV 43/48 Dishwasher Test Program


TEST* Draining Filling Heating & Circulating
(water circulates before unit stops filling)

TIME 30 seconds Until Water Level Switch (f1) closes Until water temperature reaches 150 F (65 C) 60 seconds
SHV 43/48 models

NOTES

Input current < 1 A Input current ~ 11 A and dispenser actuator comes on

Draining
* To skip Heating & Circulating test:

Press SCRUB WASH button.

SHV 43/48 MODELS


To start test program, press and hold both POWER SCRUB PLUS and REGULAR WASH program buttons, then turn unit on by pressing ON/OFF button. When program buttons are released, lights above them will flash. To end test program, press ON/OFF button. NOTE: TO ENABLE LIGHTS TO COME ON, DOOR MUST BE OPENED. To check program indicator lights (POWER SCRUB PLUS, SCRUB WASH, REGULAR WASH and RINSE & HOLD), press and hold each program button. When SCRUB WASH program button is pressed, CLEAN and REFILL RINSE AGENT lights also come on (for SHV 4803 models) or CLEAN light also comes on (for SHV 4303 models). NOTE: TO ENABLE LIGHTS TO COME ON, DOOR MUST BE OPENED. To start testing, press both POWER SCRUB PLUS and REGULAR WASH buttons a second time. When testing has ended and a fault was detected, the following indicator lights will be lit: POWER SCRUB PLUS SCRUB WASH REGULAR WASH = = = Heater fault Water filling fault (over or under filling) NTC (temperature sensor) fault note circulation motor stops shortly after it started during an NTC fault

To check for heater, high limit or flow switch problems, start testing until heating starts. Using a meter with a current coil, measure current going into dishwasher. If current is ~ 11 A, then heater, high limit and flow switch are OK. If current stays at ~ 1.5-2 A, then heater, high limit or flow switch are faulty. If water level switch (f 1 ) has failed (opened), SCRUB WASH light will come on and unit will continually fill and drain where testing won't be completed. If flow switch (e 5 ) has failed (opened), water won't heat (to 150 F) and water wont stop circulating. If NTC probe (f 2 / f 4 ) has failed (opened), REGULAR WASH light will come on immediately and testing will end shortly after water has started circulating. NOTE: TO ENABLE LIGHTS TO COME ON, DOOR MUST BE OPENED. If more than one fault occurs, more than one light will be lit. SHV 4303 models program buttons & indicator lights:

Clean

Power Scrub Plus

Scrub Wash

Regular Wash

Rinse & Hold

SHV 4803 models program buttons & indicator lights:

Clean

Refill Rinse Agent

Top Rack Only

Power Scrub Plus

Scrub Wash

Regular Wash

Rinse & Hold

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SHU 99 Dishwasher Test Program


TEST* Draining Filling Heating & Circulating
(water circulates before unit stops filling)

TIME 30 seconds Until Water Level Switch (f1) closes Until water temperature reaches 150 F (65 C) 60 seconds

NOTES

Input current < 1 A Input current ~ 11 A and dispenser actuator comes on

Draining
*To skip Heating & Circulating test:

SHU 9902/9905/9906 (Millennium) models SHU 991x/2x (Integra) models

Press SCRUB WASH button. Press SCRUB WASH button.

SHU 9902/9905/9906 (Millennium) MODELS


To start test program, press and hold both POWER SCRUB PLUS and REGULAR WASH program buttons, then turn unit on by pressing ON/OFF button. When program buttons are released, lights above them will flash. To end test program, press ON/OFF button. To check program indicator lights (POWER SCRUB PLUS, SCRUB WASH, REGULAR WASH and RINSE & HOLD), press and hold each program button. When SCRUB WASH program button is pressed, CLEAN light also comes on. To start testing, press both POWER SCRUB PLUS and REGULAR WASH buttons a second time. When testing has ended and a fault was detected, the following indicator lights will be lit: POWER SCRUB PLUS SCRUB WASH REGULAR WASH = = Heater fault Water filling fault (over or under filling) NTC (temperature sensor) fault note circulation motor stops shortly after it started during an NTC fault

To check for heater, high limit or flow switch problems, start testing until heating starts. Using a meter with a current coil, measure current going into dishwasher. If current is ~ 11 A, then heater, high limit and flow switch are OK. If current stays at ~ 1.5-2 A, then heater, high limit or flow switch are faulty. If water level switch (f 1 ) has failed (opened), SCRUB WASH light will come on and unit will continually fill and drain where testing won't be completed. If flow switch (e 5 ) has failed (opened), water won't heat (to 150 F) and water wont stop circulating. If NTC probe (f 2 / f 4 ) has failed (opened), REGULAR WASH light will come on immediately and testing will end shortly after water has started circulating. If more than one fault occurs, more than one light will be lit. SHU 9902/9905/9906 (Millennium) models program buttons & indicator lights:

Clean

Power Scrub Plus

Scrub Wash

Regular Wash

Rinse & Hold

See page F-3B for SHU 991x/992x (Integra) Models

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SHU 99 Dishwasher Test Program


TEST* Draining Filling Heating & Circulating
(water circulates before unit stops filling)

TIME 30 seconds Until Water Level Switch (f1) closes Until water temperature reaches 150 F (65 C) 60 seconds

NOTES

Input current < 1 A Input current ~ 11 A and dispenser actuator comes on

Draining
*To skip Heating & Circulating test:

SHU 9902/9905/9906 (Millennium) models SHU 991x/992x (Integra) models

Press SCRUB WASH button. Press SCRUB WASH button.

SHU 991x/992x (Integra) MODELS


To start test program, press and hold both POWER SCRUB PLUS and REGULAR WASH program buttons, then turn unit on by pressing ON/OFF button. When program buttons are released, lights above them will flash. To end test program, press ON/OFF button. To check program indicator lights (POWER SCRUB PLUS, SCRUB WASH, REGULAR WASH and RINSE & HOLD), press and hold each program button. When SCRUB WASH program button is pressed, CLEAN light also comes on and an audible tone (beep) also occurs. To start testing, press both POWER SCRUB PLUS and REGULAR WASH buttons a second time. When testing has ended and a fault was detected, the following indicator lights will be lit: POWER SCRUB PLUS SCRUB WASH REGULAR WASH = = Heater fault Water filling fault (over or under filling) NTC (temperature sensor) fault note circulation motor stops shortly after it started during an NTC fault

To check for heater, high limit or flow switch problems, start testing until heating starts. Using a meter with a current coil, measure current going into dishwasher. If current is ~ 11 A, then heater, high limit and flow switch are OK. If current stays at ~ 1.5-2 A, then heater, high limit or flow switch are faulty. If water level switch (f 1 ) has failed (opened), SCRUB WASH light will come on and unit will continually fill and drain where testing won't be completed. If flow switch (e 5 ) has failed (opened), water won't heat (to 150 F) and water wont stop circulating. If NTC probe (f 2 / f 4 ) has failed (opened), REGULAR WASH light will come on immediately and testing will end shortly after water has started circulating. If more than one fault occurs, more than one light will be lit. SHU 991x/992x (Integra) models propgram buttons & indicator lights:

Clean

Power Scrub Plus

Scrub Wash

Regular Wash

Rinse & Hold

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SHU 33 Dishwasher Test Program


TEST* Draining Filling Heating & Circulating
(water circulates before unit stops filling)

TIME 30 seconds Until Water Level Switch (f1) closes Until water temperature reaches 150 F (65 C) 60 seconds
SHU 33 models

NOTES

Input current < 1 A Input current ~ 11 A and dispenser actuator comes on

Draining
* To skip Heating & Circulating test:

Press REGULAR WASH button.

SHU 33 MODELS
To start test program, press and hold both POWER SCRUB PLUS and RINSE & HOLD program buttons, then turn unit on by pressing ON/OFF button. When program buttons are released, lights above them will flash. To end test program, press ON/OFF button. To check program indicator lights (POWER SCRUB PLUS, REGULAR WASH and RINSE & HOLD), press and hold each program button. When REGULAR WASH program button is pressed, CLEAN light also comes on. To start testing, press both POWER SCRUB PLUS and RINSE & HOLD buttons a second time. When testing has ended and a fault was detected, the following indicator lights will be lit: POWER SCRUB PLUS REGULAR WASH RINSE & HOLD = = = Heater fault Water filling fault (over or under filling) NTC (temperature sensor) fault note circulation motor stops shortly after it started during an NTC fault

To check for heater, high limit or flow switch problems, start testing until heating starts. Using a meter with a current coil, measure current going into dishwasher. If current is ~ 11 A, then heater, high limit and flow switch are OK. If current stays at ~ 1.5-2 A, then heater, high limit or flow switch are faulty. If water level switch (f 1 ) has failed (opened), REGULAR WASH light will come on and unit will continually fill and drain where testing won't be completed. If flow switch (e 5 ) has failed (opened), water won't heat (to 150 F) and water wont stop circulating. If NTC probe (f 2 / f 4 ) has failed (opened), RINSE & HOLD light will come on immediately and testing will end shortly after water has started circulating. If more than one fault occurs, more than one light will be lit. SHU 33 models program buttons & indicator lights: Clean Power Scrub Plus Regular Wash Rinse & Hold

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Major Appliances Technical Manual
For: BOSCH

Effective August 1, 2000

2nd Edition/Rev. 1

This BSH Major Appliances Technical Manual supersedes all BSH Major Appliances Technical Manuals previously published.

BSH Home Appliances


5551 McFadden Avenue Huntington Beach, CA 92649

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
MODEL CIRCUIT DIAGRAM WIRING DIAGRAM
37 37 37 37 39 39 39 39 39 39 34 34 34 34 63 63 63 63 61 61 61 61 61 61 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37

TIMING DIAGRAM
35 35 35 35 64 64 64 64 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43

TEST PROGRAM
40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 67 67 67 67 67 67 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40

DISHWASHERS SHI 4302 UC/06 ....................................................... 36 SHI 4302 UC/10 ....................................................... 36 SHI 4306 UC/06 ....................................................... 36 SHI 4306 UC/10 ....................................................... 36 SHI 6802 UC/06 ....................................................... 36 SHI 6802 UC/10 ....................................................... 36 SHI 6805 UC/06 ....................................................... 36 SHI 6805 UC/10 ....................................................... 36 SHI 6806 UC/06 ....................................................... 36 SHI 6806 UC/10 ....................................................... 36 SHU 3002 UC/06 ..................................................... 33 SHU 3006 UC/06 ..................................................... 33 SHU 3012 UC/06 ..................................................... 33 SHU 3016 UC/06 ..................................................... 33 SHU 3032 UC/06 ..................................................... 62 SHU 3032 UC/10 ..................................................... 62 SHU 3036 UC/06 ..................................................... 62 SHU 3036 UC/10 ..................................................... 62 SHU 3302 UC/06 ..................................................... 60 SHU 3302 UC/10 ..................................................... 60 SHU 3305 UC/06 ..................................................... 60 SHU 3305 UC/10 ..................................................... 60 SHU 3306 UC/06 ..................................................... 60 SHU 3306 UC/10 ..................................................... 60 SHU 4002 UC/06 ..................................................... 41 SHU 4002 UC/10 ..................................................... 41 SHU 4006 UC/06 ..................................................... 41 SHU 4006 UC/10 ..................................................... 41 SHU 4016 UC/06 ..................................................... 41 SHU 4016 UC/10 ..................................................... 41 SHU 4022 UC/06 ..................................................... 41 SHU 4022 UC/10 ..................................................... 41 SHU 4026 UC/06 ..................................................... 41 SHU 4026 UC/10 ..................................................... 41 SHU 4036 UC/06 ..................................................... 41 SHU 4036 UC/10 ..................................................... 41 SHU 4302 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 4302 UC/10 ..................................................... 36 SHU 4306 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 4306 UC/10 ..................................................... 36 SHU 4312 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 4312 UC/10 ..................................................... 36 SHU 4316 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 4316 UC/10 ..................................................... 36

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MODEL CIRCUIT I DIAGRAM WIRING DIAGRAM
38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 39 39 39 39 39 39 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 12 12 12 13 14 12 12 12 13 14

TIMING DIAGRAM
15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

TEST PROGRAM
40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 65 65 65 65 65

SHU 5302 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5302 UC/10 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5304 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5304 UC/10 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5305 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5305 UC/10 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5306 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5306 UC/10 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5312 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5312 UC/10 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5314 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5314 UC/10 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5315 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5315 UC/10 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5316 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 5316 UC/10 ..................................................... 36 SHU 6802 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 6802 UC/10 ..................................................... 36 SHU 6805 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 6805 UC/10 ..................................................... 36 SHU 6806 UC/06 ..................................................... 36 SHU 6806 UC/10 ..................................................... 36 SHU 9902 UC/06 ..................................................... 48 SHU 9902 UC/10 ..................................................... 48 SHU 9905 UC/06 ..................................................... 48 SHU 9905 UC/10 ..................................................... 48 SHU 9906 UC/06 ..................................................... 48 SHU 9906 UC/10 ..................................................... 48 SHU 9912 UC/06 ..................................................... 48 SHU 9912 UC/10 ..................................................... 48 SHU 9915 UC/06 ..................................................... 48 SHU 9915 UC/10 ..................................................... 48 SHU 9916 UC/06 ..................................................... 48 SHU 9916 UC/10 ..................................................... 48 SHV 4303 UC/06 ...................................................... 48 SHV 4303 UC/10 ...................................................... 48 SHV 4803 UC/06 ...................................................... 48 SHV 4803 UC/07 ...................................................... 48 SHV 4803 UC/10 ...................................................... 48 SMI 7052 US/08 ....................................................... 10 SMI 7052 US/09 ....................................................... 10 SMI 7052 UC/09 ....................................................... 10 SMI 7052 UC/14 ....................................................... 10 SMI 7052 UC/14 FD 7402 and above ............... 16 SMI 7056 US/08 ....................................................... 10 SMI 7056 US/09 ....................................................... 10 SMI 7056 UC/09 ....................................................... 10 SMI 7056 UC/14 ....................................................... 10 SMI 7056 UC/14 FD 7402 and above ............... 16

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
MODEL CIRCUIT DIAGRAM WIRING DIAGRAM
02 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 06 07 06 07 07 07 06 06 07 07 07 18 18 11 11 11 12 13 14 11 11 11 12 13 14

TIMING DIAGRAM
03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 19 19 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

TEST PROGRAM

SMU 2042 UC/09 ..................................................... 01 SMU 2042 UC/13 ..................................................... 01 SMU 2042 UC/14 ..................................................... 01 SMU 2046 UC/09 ..................................................... 01 SMU 2046 UC/13 ..................................................... 01 SMU 2046 UC/14 ..................................................... 01 SMU 3032 UC/14 ..................................................... 01 SMU 3036 UC/14 ..................................................... 01 SMU 4052 US/01 ..................................................... 04 SMU 4052 US/08 ..................................................... 05 SMU 4052 US/09 ..................................................... 04 SMU 4052 US/09 FD 7301 and above ............. 05 SMU 4052 UC/09 ..................................................... 05 SMU 4052 UC/14 ..................................................... 05 SMU 4056 US/01 ..................................................... 04 SMU 4056 US/09 ..................................................... 04 SMU 4056 US/09 FD 7301 and above ............. 05 SMU 4056 UC/09 ..................................................... 05 SMU 4056 UC/14 ..................................................... 05 SMU 4092 UC/14 ..................................................... 17 SMU 4096 UC/14 ..................................................... 17 SMU 7052 US/02 ..................................................... 09 SMU 7052 US/09 ..................................................... 09 SMU 7052 UC/09 ..................................................... 09 SMU 7052 UC/09 FD 7211 and above ............. 10 SMU 7052 UC/14 ..................................................... 10 SMU 7052 UC/14 FD 7407 and above ............. 16 SMU 7056 US/02 ..................................................... 09 SMU 7056 US/09 ..................................................... 09 SMU 7056 UC/09 ..................................................... 09 SMU 7056 UC/09 FD 7211 and above ............. 10 SMU 7056 UC/14 ..................................................... 10 SMU 7056 UC/14 FD 7407 and above ............. 16 GAS COOKTOPS NHT 712 EUC ............................................................ 32 NHT 715 EUC ............................................................ 32 NHT 716 EUC ............................................................ 32 NHT 722 EUC ............................................................ 32 NHT 725 EUC ............................................................ 32 NHT 726 EUC ............................................................ 32 NHT 912 EUC ............................................................ 32 NHT 915 EUC ............................................................ 32 NHT 916 EUC ............................................................ 32 NHT 922 EUC ............................................................ 32 NHT 925 EUC ............................................................ 32 NHT 926 EUC ............................................................ 32

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MODEL CIRCUIT I DIAGRAM WIRING DIAGRAM
20 20 20 54 54 54 22 22 22 56 56 56 25 25 25 27 27 27 29A/B 29A/B 29A/B 31A/B 31A/B 31A/B 45 47 47 59 58 59 58
iv

TIMING DIAGRAM

TEST PROGRAM

ELECTRIC COOKTOPS NKT 712 EUC ............................................................. 21 NKT 715 EUC ............................................................. 21 NKT 716 EUC ............................................................. 21 NKT 722 EUC ............................................................. 55 NKT 725 EUC ............................................................. 55 NKT 726 EUC ............................................................. 55 NKT 912 EUC ............................................................. 23 NKT 915 EUC ............................................................. 23 NKT 916 EUC ............................................................. 23 NKT 922 EUC ............................................................. 57 NKT 925 EUC ............................................................. 57 NKT 926 EUC ............................................................. 57 OVENS HBL 532 AUC ............................................................ 24 HBL 535 AUC ............................................................ 24 HBL 536 AUC ............................................................ 24 HBL 542 AUC ............................................................ 26 HBL 545 AUC ............................................................ 26 HBL 546 AUC ............................................................ 26 HBL 552 AUC ............................................................ 28 HBL 555 AUC ............................................................ 28 HBL 556 AUC ............................................................ 28 HBL 562 AUC ............................................................ 30 HBL 565 AUC ............................................................ 30 HBL 566 AUC ............................................................ 30 HBL 632 AUC ............................................................ 50 HBL 635 AUC ............................................................ 50 HBL 636 AUC ............................................................ 50 HBL/HBN 642 AUC ................................................ 51 HBL/HBN 645 AUC ................................................ 51 HBL/HBN 646 AUC ................................................ 51 HBL/HBN 652 AUC ................................................ 52 HBL/HBN 655 AUC ................................................ 52 HBL/HBN 656 AUC ................................................ 52 HBL/HBN 662 AUC ................................................ 53 HBL/HBN 665 AUC ................................................ 53 HBL/HBN 666 AUC ................................................ 53 WASHER WFK 2401 UC/01 ..................................................... 44 DRYERS WTA 3500 UC/01 ..................................................... 46 WTL 5400 UC/01 ..................................................... 46 DOWNDRAFTS DHD 805 AUC ............................................................ DHD 865 AUC ............................................................ DHD 905 AUC ............................................................ DHD 965 AUC ............................................................ DHG 565 AUC ............................................................

a1
4a 4

e1 u2 b2
b a b a a b

L1
3 4

u8 u6

u4

A B

u1 h1 161F f4
1 2 b b a

u3 185F f6 b1 r1 Hz

m3 m2 s2
3a 3

185F m1 f5

N
1 2 3 4 5 6

10

11

Symbol Key

Symbol Key

Selector Switch Contacts RINSE & HOLD REGULAR POTS & PANS b1 b1 + b2

DIAGRAM #1

SMU 20/30

a1 e1 f4 f5 f6 m1

ON/OFF SWITCH DOOR SWITCH THERMOSTAT 161F HIGH LIMIT 185F HIGH LIMIT 185F TIMER MOTOR

2 4 8 11 11 9 current path

m2 m3 r1 s2 h1 u

CIRCULATION MOTOR DRAIN MOTOR HEATING ELEMENT WATER SOLENOID ON/OFF LAMP TIMER CONTACTS

10 5 11 7 3 current path

Timer u Door Switch e1 On Off / Selector Switches a1 & b a1


3a 3 b2 4 b2 3 b1 2 b1 1 VTu2b BURDe1 WHu8a GNu4a WHVTum1 WHVTf53 BURDe1 BURDb23 BURDu6

2a

4a

6a

8a

WHRDa14 WH1LN H1

DIAGRAM #2
c/u 1 737 203 495 1 739 910 909

2b

4b

6b

8b

WHb12 WHf52 GYBKf61 GYBKu6b BUWHs2 BK1LL1

GNb11 VTb24 WHGNm21 GYBKu6a

Thermostats f4
WHRDe1 161F YEu3b WHf62 WHVTa13

4a

1a

3a

5a

1b

3b

5b

7b

7a

m1 High Limit f5
YEf4 GYRDm3 3 185F 2 1 WHu8a WHf62 WHVTa13 WHGNm3 RDr1 BURDr1

High Limit f6
3 185F 2 1 GYBKu6a WHf52 WHf4

Drain Motor m3
1
1M

Circulation Motor m2
WHGNu4b BKk1 3 BNk1 GNYEr1

Water Solenoid s2
BNm3 BUWHu3a

Capacitor k1
BKm3 BKm22 BNm23

GYRDu1b WHGNf53 BKk1 2

BNs2

GNYE1LPE3

Terminal Block 1L Heaing Element r1


BURDf63 GNYE1LPE3 GNYEm2 RDf51 2

L1

Ground PE
GNYE1LPE3

BKa14a

WHa13a

GNYE1LPE3

SMU 20/30

A B

PE3

GNYEPE1 GNYEm3 GNYEr1 GNYEPE2

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

PREWASH
Draining

WASH W/ HEAT

PRERINSE

RINSE W/ HEAT

DRYING

A B

T I M E R
Heating Drying Timer Motor

Block Economy Filling 161F Thermostat Timer Stop Circulation

6 C O 7 N 8 T A C T S

a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b

TIMER POSITION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

WASH/RINSE

P F+U U U U U P Stop F+U F+U F+U H+U+R H+U H+U U U U U U U U U P F+U P F+U U U U P+U F+U U U U P F+U H+U H+U U+K U U U U P H T T T T T T T T T T H P

OPERATION

55 60 60 60 60 60 60 5 5 50 5 55 60 f4 55 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 30 30 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 f4 55 60 5 55 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 5 OFF OFF

TIME IN SECONDS

Rinse & Hold

161 161

161 161

Regular Pots & Pans

P R O 161F /161F G R 161F /161F A M

WASH STALL
R = DETERGENT DISPENSING K = RINSEAID DISPENSING T = DRYING

RINSE STALL

OPERATION KEY

DIAGRAM #3

P F U H

= DRAINING = FILLING = CIRCULATION = HEATING

c/u 1 737 203 495 1 739 910 844

SMU 20/30

a1 u2 b2
b a b b a a

e1 u8 u6 u4

L1
4 2

DIAGRAM #4

c/u 1 737 203 495 1 739 910 843

4a

185F u1
b a a

u3 125F f3 f4
1 6 5 b

f6 161F

h1

b3
5

b1

r1

e6 m3 m1 s2 m2

185F f5

N
4 5 6 7 8

3a

10

11

Symbol Key 2 4 7 6 8 11 11 current path m1 m2 m3 r1 s2 h1 u

Symbol Key TIMER MOTOR CIRCULATION MOTOR DRAIN MOTOR HEATING ELEMENT WATER SOLENOID ON/OFF LAMP TIMER CONTACTS 6 10 5 11 7 3 current path

Selector Switch Contacts RINSE & HOLD ECONOMY REGULAR POTS & PANS b1 + b3 b1 b1 + b2

A B
SMU 4052/4056 US/01 & US/09 up to FD 7212

a1 e1 e6 f3 f4 f5 f6

ON/OFF SWITCH DOOR SWITCH FLOAT SWITCH THERMOSTAT 125F THERMOSTAT 161F HIGH LIMIT 185F HIGH LIMIT 185F

a1
4

e1 u2 u8 u6
a b 2a a b a

L1
4

4a

u4

b2
b

A B
b4
2

u1 h1 125F 161F f4
1 b a b a

u3

185F f6 b1 r1 Hz
5

f3
6 5

b3

e6 m3 m1 s2
3

m2

185F f5

N
3 4 5 6 7

3a

10

11

Symbol Key 2 4 7 6 8 11 11 current path m1 m2 m3 r1 s2 h1 u

Symbol Key TIMER MOTOR CIRCULATION MOTOR DRAIN MOTOR HEATING ELEMENT WATER SOLENOID ON/OFF LAMP TIMER CONTACTS 6 10 5 11 7 3 current path

Selector Switch Contacts

DIAGRAM #5

a1 e1 e6 f3 f4 f5 f6

ON/OFF SWITCH DOOR SWITCH FLOAT SWITCH THERMOSTAT 125F THERMOSTAT 161F HIGH LIMIT 185F HIGH LIMIT 185F

RINSE & HOLD ECONOMY REGULAR POTS & PANS

b1 + b3 b1 + b4 b1 + b2 + b4

SMU 4052 US/08 & SMU 4052/4056 US/09 above FD 7301, UC/09 & UC/14

c/u 1 737 203 495 1 739 910 865

Timer u
BURDe1
8

Door Switch e1
BURDb24 BURDu6 BNu1a RDb36 WHu8a YEu3b WHRDa14 WHb35 WHf4 GYBKf6 GYBKu6b 125F 161F BUWHe61

Thermostats f3 & f4 f3 f4
c/u 1 737 203 495 1 739 910 814

2a

4a

6a

8a

DIAGRAM #6

4b

6b 7

GNb11 VTb22 WHGNm21 GYBKu6a


8b

2b

1a

3a

5a

7a

BNf3
7b

Float Switch e6
BUWHu3a

Water Solenoid s2
BNm3 BUe62

1b

3b

5b

m1
WHVTa13 YEf4 GYRDm3 1 2 BUs2

Heating Element r1
GYBKf6 GNYE1LPE3 GNYEm2 RDf5

High Limits f5 & f6


f5 RDr1 GYBKr1 f6 185F 185F

On Off / Selector Switches a1 & b b

WHVTa13 WHGNm3 GYBKu6a

a1

WHVTum1 WHVTf5

3a 3 RDf3 WHu8a BURDe1 VTu2b GNu4a 2 1

WH1LN

H1

Ground PE
GNYE1LPE3

Drain Motor m3
GYRDu1b WHGNf5 BKk1 GNYE1LPE3 BNs2 GNYE1LPE3

BK1LL1

4a

b3 6 b1 + b3 5 b2 4 b4 3 b2 2 b1 1

WHRDe1

Terminal Block 1L Circulation Motor m2


1
1M

Capacitor k1
BKm3 BKm22 BNm23

L1

BKa14a 2 3

WHGNu4b BKk1 BNk1 GNYEr1

WHa13a

A B
SMU 4052/4056 US/01 & US/09 up to FD 7212

PE3

GNYEPE1 GNYEm3 GNYEr1 GNYEPE2

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

Timer u Door Switch e1


BURDe1 125F WHRDa14 RDb36 BNu1a WHf62 YEu3b 161F WHb35 WHf52 GYBKf61 GYBKb42 BUWHe61

f3

Thermostats f3 & f4 f4

BURDb24 BURDu6

2a

4a

6a

4b

6b

GNb11 VTb22 WHGNm21 RDb42a

2b

8b

8a

A B

Float Switch e6
BUWHu3a 4 1 2 BUs2 WHVTa13 WHGNm3 3 185F 2 1

High Limit f5
RDr1 WHu8a WHf62

1a

3a

5a

1b

3b

5b

7b

7a

BNf3

m1
WHVTa13 YEf4 GYRDm3 BUe62 BNm3 BURDr1

Water Solenoid s2

High Limit f6
3 185F 2 1 GYBKu6a WHf52 WHf4

On Off / Selector Switches a1 & b b Heating Element r1


RDf3 WHu8a BURDe1 VTu2b GNu4a RDf51 BURDf63 GNYE1LPE3 GNYEm2

a1

WHVTum1 WHVTf53

3a 3

2a

Drain Motor m3
GYRDu1b WHGNf53 BKk1 BNs2 GNYE1LPE3

WH1LN

H1

BK1LL1

4a

b3 6 GYBKu6a b1 + b3 5 RDu6b b2 4 b4 3 b4 b2 2 b1 1

WHRDe1

Ground PE Capacitor k1
BKm3 BKm22 BNm23 2 GNYE1LPE3

Terminal Block 1L

GNYE1LPE3

L1

BKa14a

Circulation Motor m2
1
1M

WHa13a

WHGNu4b BKk1 2 3 BNk1 GNYEr1

DIAGRAM #7

c/u 1 737 203 495 1 739 910 866

PE3

GNYEPE1 GNYEm3 GNYEr1 GNYEPE2

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

SMU 4052 US/08 & SMU 4052/4056 US/09 above FD 7301, UC/09 & UC/14

PREWASH
125F Thermostat Draining

WASH W/ HEAT

PRERINSE

RINSE W/ HEAT

DRYING

DIAGRAM #8

c/u 1 737 203 495 1 739 910 844

T I M E R
Heating Drying Timer Motor

Block Economy Filling 161F Thermostat Timer Stop Circulation

6 C O 7 N 8 T A C T S

a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b

TIMER POSITION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

WASH/RINSE

P F+U U U U U P Stop F+U F+U F+U H+U+R H+U H+U U U U U U U U U P F+U P F+U U U U P+U F+U U U U P F+U H+U H+U U+K U U U U P H T T T T T T T T T T H P

OPERATION

55 60 60 60 60 60 60 5 5 50 5 55 60 f3/f4 55 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 30 30 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 f4 55 60 5 55 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 5 OFF OFF

TIME IN SECONDS

Rinse & Hold


125 161 161 161 161 161

Economy Regular Pots & Pans

P R 125F /161F O 161F /161F G R 161F /161F A M

WASH STALL

RINSE STALL

Unheated Dry Cycle SMU 4000 US/09 FD7312 & ABOVE UC/09+

OPERATION KEY R = DETERGENT DISPENSING K = RINSEAID DISPENSING T = DRYING

A B

P F U H

= DRAINING = FILLING = CIRCULATION = HEATING

SMU 4052/4056 all

L1 u2 u3
b a a a a b b a b/6 b b b a

51

4a

a1 105F 185F f2 f3
b/7 b/8

e1 u5 uK u7 u1

A B

125F 161F f4

f6

r1 h4 m2 185F f5 s2 m3 uK
126 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

b3 b2 a1 b1 b2 b3 e6
b/ 5 U12/ 1 4 2 3 3 2 4

b4 b5 b6

h1 m1

e3

1 5

17

16

15

14

12

h3

3a

Symbol Key Symbol Key

Selector Switch Contacts

a1 e1 e3 e6 f2 f3 f4 f5 f6 h1 h3 h4 m1 m2 m3 r1 s2 uk u

ON/OFF SWITCH DOOR SWITCH REED SWITCH FLOAT SWITCH THERMOSTAT 105F THERMOSTAT 125F THERMOSTAT 161F HIGH LIMIT 185F HIGH LIMIT 185F

2 4 4 8 13 9 10 5 5

RINSE & HOLD QUICK WASH ECONOMY LIGHT CHINA REGULAR POTS & PANS CANCEL DRAIN

b1 b2 b3 b4 b5 b6 b1 & b2

SMU 7052/7056 US/02, US 09 & VC/09 up to FD 7210

DIAGRAM #9

c/u 1 737 203 490 1 739 910 821

current path

ON/OFF LAMP 3 RINSE AID LAMP 4 CLEAN LAMP 7 TIMER MOTOR 11 CIRCULATION MOTOR 6 DRAIN MOTOR 12 HEATING ELEMENT 5 WATER SOLENOID 8 RAPID ADVANCE SOLENOID 14 TIMER CONTACTS current path

L1 u2 u3
b b a a b6 a a b b a b

51

4a

a1 u5 u7 uK u1
b a

DIAGRAM #10

c/u 1 737 203 490 1 739 910 821

e1

105F 185F 2a 2 f3
b/7 8

125F 161F b1 f4 f2

f6

r1 h4
b/

b3 b2 a1 b1 b2 b3 e6
5 12/ 1 4 2 3 3 2 4

b4 b5 b6

h1 m2 s2 m3 uK
126 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

e3 m1

1 5

185F f5

17

16

15

14

12

h3

3a

14

Symbol Key Symbol Key

Selector Switch Contacts RINSE & HOLD QUICK WASH ECONOMY LIGHT CHINA REGULAR POTS & PANS CANCEL DRAIN b1 b2 b3 b4 b5 b6 b1 & b2

a1 e1 e3 e6 f2 f3 f4 f5 f6 h1 h3 h4 m1 m2 m3 r1 s2 uk u

ON/OFF SWITCH 2 DOOR SWITCH 4 REED SWITCH 4 FLOAT SWITCH 8 THERMOSTAT 105 F 13 THERMOSTAT 125 F 9 THERMOSTAT 161 F 10 HIGH LIMIT 185 F 5 HIGH LIMIT 185 F 5

SMI 7052/7056 US/08, US/09, UC/09 & UC/14 and SMU 7052/7056 UC/09 above FD 7211 & UC/14 up to FD 7406

A B

current path

ON/OFF LAMP 3 RINSE AID LAMP 4 CLEAN LAMP 7 TIMER MOTOR 11 CIRCULATION MOTOR 6 DRAIN MOTOR 12 HEATING ELEMENT 5 WATER SOLENOID 8 RAPID ADVANCE SOLENOID 14 TIMER CONTACTS current path

Timer u
WGVTe1 N WHRDe1 f5 RDr1 GYBKr1 f6 185F 185F GYBKu2a BNWHh3 WHGNm3 WHVTa13 S GYBKf6 GYBKu2b GYBKu2a GYf2 VTh4 WHVTb6 WHVTu2 WHRDe3 WHRDa14

Door Switch e1

Reed Switch e3

High Limits f5 & f6

2a

4a

6a

2b

4b

6b

8b

8a

Float Switch e6 f4
4 YEu7b WHf3 1 2 BUs2 BUWHu5b 161F

A B

f2
105F GYu1a WHb7 WHb8 WHf4 WHu8a BNu5a 125F

Thermostats f2, f3 & f4 f3

1a

3a

5a

1b

3b

5b

7b

123456

U12

7a

BNf3 WHf3 BUWHe61 YEf4 WHGNm21 GYRDm3

Clean/Rinse Aid Lamps h3/h4 Drain Motor m3


L1 GYRDu1b WHGNf5 BKk1 BNs2 GNYE1LPE3 BNWHe3 BKa13 BKuL26 VTu3a

WHb5 WHb4 WHb3 WHb2 WHb1 BKh3+h4

Water Solenoid s2
BNm3 BUe62

H3 Rinse

H4 Clean

Capacitor k1 Circulation Motor m2


1
1M

BKm3 BKm22 BNm23 WHGNu3b BKk1 3 BNk1 GNYEr1 2

Heating Element r1
GYBKf6 GNYE1LPE3 GNYEm2 RDf5 2

Ground PE
GNYE1LPE3

On Off / Selector Switches a1 & b b/

GNYE1LPE3

WH1LN BKh3+h4 WHGNf5

Terminal Block 1L
BKa14a L1 WHa13a N

3a

a1

H1

4a

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

WHf2 WHf2 WHVTe1 WHu121 WHu122 WHu123 WHu124 WHu125

SMU 7052/7056 US/02, US/09 & UC/09 up to FD 7210


PE3 GNYEPE1 GNYEm3 GNYEPE2 GNYEr1

DIAGRAM #11

c/u 1 737 203 490 1 739 910 822

WHRDe1 BK1LL1

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

Timer u
WGVTe1 N WHRDe1 f5 RDr1 GYBKr1 f6 185F GYBKu2a 185F WHGNm3 WHVTa13 BNWHh3 S GYBKf6 GYBKu2b GYBKu2a GYf2 VTh4 WHVTb6 WHVTu2 WHRDe3 WHRDa14

Door Switch e1

Reed Switch e3

High Limits f5 & f6

2a

4a

6a

8a

DIAGRAM #12
c/u 1 737 203 490 1 739 910 860

2b

4b

6b

8b

Float Switch e6 f4
4 YEu7b WHf3 1 2 BUs2 BUWHu5b 161F

f2
105F GYu1a WHb7 WHb8 WHf4 WHu8a BNu5a 125F

Thermostats f2, f3 & f4 f3

1a

3a

5a

1b

3b

5b

7b

123456

U12/

7a

BNf3 WHf3 BUWHe61 YEf4 WHGNm21 GYRDm3

Clean/Rinse Aid Lamps h3/h4 Drain Motor m3


L1 GYRDu1b WHGNf5 BKk1 BNs2 GNYE1LPE3 BNWHe3 BKa13 BKuL26 VTu3a

WHb5 WHb4 WHb3 WHb2 WHb1 BKh3+h4

Water Solenoid s2
BNm3 BUe62

h3 Rinse

h4 Clean

Motor Capacitor k1 Circulation Motor m2


1
1M

BKm3 BKm22 BNm23 WHGNu3b BKk1 3 BNk1 GNYEr1 2

Heating Element r1
GYBKf6 GNYE1LPE3 GNYEm2 RDf5 2

Ground PE
GNYE1LPE3

On/Off Selector Switches a1 & b b/

GNYE1LPE3

WH1LN BKh3+h4 WHGNf5

Terminal Block 1L
BKa14a L1 WHa13a N

3a

a1

H1

4a

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

WHf2 WHf2 WHVTe1 WHu121 WHu122 WHu123 WHu124 WHu125

SMI 7052/7056 US/08, US/09 & UC /09 and SMU 7052/7056 UC/09 above 7211
PE3 GNYEPE1 GNYEm3 GNYEPE2 GNYEr1

A B

WHRDe1 BK1LL1

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

Timer u Door Switch e1


WGVTe1

f2
105F GYu1a YEu7b WHf62 WHb7 WHb8 WHf62 WHf52 BNu5a 161F 125F

Thermostats f2, f3 & f4 f3 f4

2a

4a

6a

8a

GYBKf61 GYBKu2b GYBKu2a GYf2 VTb12 WHVTb6 WHVTu2

WHRDe3 WHRDa14

2b

4b

6b

8b

A B

High Limit f5
3 1 WHu7a WHf3 185F 2 185F 2 RDr1 3 BURDr1 1

High Limit f6
GYBKu2a WHf4 WHf3

1a

3a

5a

1b

3b

5b

7b

123456

U12/

7a

BNf3 WHf5-2 BUWHe61 WHGNa13 WHGNm3 YEf4 WHGNm21 GYRDm3

Clean/Rinse Aid Lamps h3/h4


BNWHe3 4 1 2 BKa13 BKu126 VTb12a BUs2 BUWHu5b h3 Rinse h4 Clean BKm3 BKm22 BNm23

Float Switch e6

Water Solenoid s2
BNm3 Full BUe62

WHb5 WHb4 WHb3 WHb2 WHb1 BKh3+h4

Motor Capacitor k1

Circulation Motor m2 Drain Motor m3


L1 GYRDu1b WHGNf53 BKk1 BNs2 GNYE1LPE3

Heating Element r1
BURDf63 GNYE1LPE3 GNYEm2 RDf51

Reed Switch e3
N S WHRDe1 BNWHh3

WHGNu3b BKk1

1M

BNk1

GNYEr1

On/Off Selector Switch a1 b/


L1 WHa13a N

Ground PE Terminal Block 1L


BKa14a 2 GNYE1LPE3

WH1LN

WHGNf53 BKh3+h4

3a

2a

GNYE1LPE3

a1

VTu3a VTh4

4a

h1

b1

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

WHf2 WHf2 WHVTe1 WHu121 WHu122 WHu123 WHu124 WHu125

PE3

DIAGRAM #13

c/u 1 737 203 490 1 739 910 933

WHRDe1 BK1LL1

GNYEPE1 GNYEm3 GNYEPE2 GNYEr1

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

SMI 7052/7056 UC/14 up to FD 7401 and SMU 7052/7056 UC/14 up to FD 7406

Timer u Door Switch e1 f2


WHRDa14 105F GYu1a YEu7b WHf62 GNb6 VTb2 WHf62 WHf52 BNu5a 161F 125F RDb8 WHVTu2

4a

6a

2a

8a

WHVTe1 WHRDe3 GYBKf61 GYBKu2b

Thermostats f2, f3 & f4 f3 f4

GYBKu2a

2b

4b

6b

8b

DIAGRAM #14
c/u 1 737 203 490

GYf2 VTb2b

High Limit f5 High Limit f6


RDr1 BURDr1 3 185F 2 1 WHu7a WHf3 3 1 185F 2

1a

3a

5a

7a

1b

3b

5b

7b

123456

U12/

GYBKu2a WHf4 WHf3

BNf3 WHf52 BUWHe61 WHGNa13 WHGNm3 YEf4 WHGNm21 GYRDm3

Clean/Rinse Aid Lamps h3/h4 Float Switch e6


4 BKa13 BKuL26 VTb12a 1 2 BUs2 BUWHu5b BNWHe3 h3 Rinse h4 Clean

Water Solenoid s2
BNm3 Full BUe62

VTBKb1 BURDb3 YEb7 WHb5 BNWHb4 BKh3+h4

Motor Capacitor k1

BKm3 BKm22 BNm23

Circulation Motor m2 Drain Motor m3


L1 GYRDu1b WHGNf53 BKk1 BNs2 GNYE1LPE3

Heating Element r1
BURDf63 GNYE1LPE3 GNYEm2 RDf51

Reed Switch e3
N S WHRDu2 BNWHh3

WHGNu3b BKk1

1M

BNk1 GNYEr1

Ground PE Terminal Block 1L


BKa14a L1 WHa13a N 2 GNYE1LPE3

On/Off Selector Switch a1 b/

WH1LN

WHGNf53 BKh3+h4

GNYE1LPE3

3a

2a

a1

VTu3a VTh4

4a

h1

b1

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

RDe1 YEu123 GNf2 WHu124 BNWHu125 BURDu122 VTf2 VTBKu121

PE3

GNYEPE1 GNYEm3 GNYEPE2 GNYEr1

A B
SMI 7052/7056 UC/14 above FD 7402 and SMU 7052/7056 UC/14 above FD 7407

WHRDe1 BK1LL1

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

PREWASH

WASH W/ HEAT

PRERINSE

RINSE W/ HEAT

DRYING

105F Thermostat Draining Heating Drying Clean Lamp Circulation

T I M E R
125F Thermostat Filling Timer Motor 161F Thermostat

A B

a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b
Regular EconomyChina Quick Wash Rinse & Hold START

C O N T A C T S

8 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

TIMER POSITION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
OFF OFF

WASH/RINSE

P P F+U F+U U U U U+P P F+U R U+H U+H U+H U+H U U U U U U+P P F+U P F+U U U P F+U U U U U P F+U U+H U+H K U+H U+H U U+H U+H U+H P T T T T T T H P

OPERATION

2.5 25 30 30 90 120 120 30 30 60 60 60 f3 / f4 f3 / f2 115 120 120 60 60 30 30 30 30 60 60 60 60 60 60 120 60 60 60 60 120 f3 f3 / f4 f3 52.5 30 30 60 60 60 60 120 60 60 60 60 60 2.5

TIME IN SECONDS

Rinse & Hold


105 125 161 161 161 161 161 161 161 161

105F/161F

Quick Wash Economy Light China Regular Pots & Pans RINSE STALL

125F/161F

161F/161F

P R O G R A M

161F/161F

161F/161F WASH STALL

OPERATION KEY R K T = DETERGENT DISPENSING = RINSEAID DISPENSING = DRYING = RAPID ADVANCE

DIAGRAM #15

P F U H

= DRAINING = FILLING = CIRCULATION = HEATING

SMI/SHU 7052/7056 all

c/u 1 737 203 490 1 739 910 823

L1 u2 u3
b a a b8 a a b b a b b

51

4a

a1 u5 u7 uK u1
b a

DIAGRAM #16

c/u 1 737 203 490

e1

105F 185F 2a 2 f3
b/6 2

125F 161F b1 f4 f2

f6

r1 h4
b/

b3 b2 a1 b1 b2 b3 e6
1 12/ 1 3 2 7 3 5 4

b4 b5 b6

h1 m2 s2 m3 uK
126 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

e3 m1

4 5

185F f5

17

16

15

14

12

h3

3a

14

Symbol Key

Symbol Key

Selector Switch Contacts RINSE & HOLD QUICK WASH ECONOMY LIGHT CHINA REGULAR POTS & PANS CANCEL DRAIN b1 b2 b3 b4 b5 b6 b1 & b2

a1 e1 e3 e6 f2 f3 f4 f5 f6

ON/OFF SWITCH DOOR SWITCH REED SWITCH FLOAT SWITCH THERMOSTAT 105F THERMOSTAT 125F THERMOSTAT 161F HIGH LIMIT 185F HIGH LIMIT 185F

2 4 4 8 13 9 10 5 5

h1 h3 h4 m1 m2 m3 r1 s2 uk u

SMI 7052/7056 UC/14 above FD 7402 and SMU 7052/7056 UC/14 above FD 7407

A B

current path

ON/OFF LAMP 3 RINSE AID LAMP 4 CLEAN LAMP 7 TIMER MOTOR 11 CIRCULATION MOTOR 6 DRAIN MOTOR 12 HEATING ELEMENT 5 WATER SOLENOID 8 RAPID ADVANCE SOLENOID 14 TIMER CONTACTS current path

L1 u2 u3
b a a a a b b a b8 b b

51

4a

a1 u5 u7 uK u1
b a

A B

e1

185F 2a 2 f3 f4 b1 f6

125F 161F

r1 h4 m2 s2 m1 e6

b3

a1 b1

b3

b5 b6

h1

b/ 12/

1 1

3 2

7 3

5 4

4 5

185F f5

m3 uK
126

17

16

15

14

12

N
5 6 7 8 9

3a 10

11

12 13

14

Symbol Key

Symbol Key

Selector Switch Contacts

a1 e1 e6 f3 f4 f5 f6 h1

ON/OFF SWITCH DOOR SWITCH FLOAT SWITCH THERMOSTAT 125F THERMOSTAT 161F HIGH LIMIT 185F HIGH LIMIT 185F ON/OFF LAMP

2 4 8 9 10 5 5 3 current path

h4 m1 m2 m3 r1 s2 uk u

CLEAN LAMP 7 TIMER MOTOR 11 CIRCULATION MOTOR 6 DRAIN MOTOR 12 HEATING ELEMENT 5 WATER SOLENOID 8 RAPID ADVANCE SOLENOID 14 TIMER CONTACTS current path

RINSE & HOLD ECONOMY REGULAR POTS & PANS CANCEL DRAIN

b1 b3 b5 b6 b1 & b3

DIAGRAM #17

c/u 1 737 203 490 1 739 911 103

SMU 4092/4096

Timer u Door Switch e1


WHVTe1
8

Thermostats f3 & f4 f3 f4
125F BNu5a WHf62 WHf52 WHf62 YEu7b 161F

2a

4a

6a

8a

GYBKf61 GYBKu2b GYBKu2a RDb8 WHVTu2

WHRDa14

2b

4b

6b

8b

DIAGRAM #18
c/u 1 737 203 490 1 739 911 102

GYb6

High Limit f5 High Limit f6


RDr1 BURDr1 3 185F 2 WHu7a WHf3 1 1

1a

3a

5a

7a

1b

3b

5b

7b

123456

U12
3 185F2

GYBKu2a WHf4 WHf3

BNf3 WHf52 BUWHe61 WHGNa13 WHGNm3 YEf4 WHGNm21 GYRDm3

Float Switch e6 Capacitor k1


4 1 2 BUs2 BUWHu5b BKm3 BKm22 BNm23

Water Solenoid s2
BNm3 Full BUe62

Circulation Motor m2 Drain Motor m3


L1 GYRDu1b WHGNf53 BKk1 BNs2 GNYE1LPE3

VTBKb1 BURDb3 YEb7 WHb5 BNWHb4 BKa13

Heating Element r1
BURDf63 GNYE1LPE3 GNYEm2 RDf51

Reed Switch e3
N S WHRDu2 BNWHh3

WHGNu3b BKk1

1M

BNk1

GNYEr1

Ground PE Terminal Block 1L


BKa14a L1 WHa13a N 1 GNYE1LPE3 2 GNYE1LPE3

On/Off Selector Switches a1 & b b

WH1LN

WHGNf53 BKu126

3a

a1
VTBKu121

h1

4a

RDe1 YEu123 GNu1a WHu124 BNWHu125 BURDu122

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

PE3

GNYEPE1 GNYEm3 GNYEPE2 GNYEr1

SMU 4092/4096

A B

WHRDe1 BK1LL1

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

PREWASH

WASH W/ HEAT

PRERINSE

RINSE W/ HEAT

DRYING

A B

Avance Draining Heating Drying Clean Lamp Circulation

T I M E R

125F Thermostat Filling

a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b

Timer Motor 161F Thermostat

C O N T A C T S

Regular EconomyChina Quick Wash Rinse & Hold START

8 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

TIMER POSITION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
OFF OFF

WASH/RINSE

P P F+U F+U U U U U+P P F+U R U+H U+H U+H U+H U U U U U U+P P F+U P F+U U U P F+U U U U U P F+U U+H U+H K U+H U+H U U+H U+H U+H P T T T T T T H P

OPERATION

2.5 25 30 30 90 120 120 30 30 60 60 60 f3 / f4 f3 115 120 120 60 60 30 30 30 30 60 60 60 60 60 60 120 60 60 60 60 120 f3 f3 / f4 f3 52.5 30 30 60 60 60 60 120 60 60 60 60 60 2.5

TIME IN SECONDS

Rinse & Hold


125 161 161 161 161 161

Economy Regular Pots & Pans RINSE STALL

P R O G 125F/161F R 161F/161F A M 161F/161F WASH STALL

OPERATION KEY R K T = DETERGENT DISPENSING = RINSEAID DISPENSING = DRYING = RAPID ADVANCE

DIAGRAM #19

c/u 1 737 203 490

P F U H

= DRAINING = FILLING = CIRCULATION = HEATING

SMU 4092/4096

N31.H N34.1B

SYMBOL KEY

H1
N4.P2

H4
2 3 4 N1.P2 N2.P2 N3.P2 N4.P2

L1 L2

N1.P1 N2.P1 N3.P1 N4.P1

DIAGRAM #20

H2
N33.H

H3 X7 GND H7
N1.P2 N4.S1 S1 S2 H7 N4.S2 N1.S2

E1 E10 E2 E3 E4 H1 H2 H3 H4 H7 H10 Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp On Lamp Dual Zone Indicator Lamp

Element Element Element Element Element

1000W 1300W 1500W 1700W 1800W

143-62106-001

N32.H

N31 N34
H4 1A 1B 2B N1.4 E1.4 E10.4A S1 S2 N1.S2 N2.S2 4A 4 N1.4

H10

N1

> >
2A

P1

E1 E4
N4.4 N31.4 N35.S N31.S N4.2

4 4A

N1.4 N1.4A

S H1

N1.2 N34.2B N32.S

H7 X7.3 N31.2 X7.1 P2 4 2 P1

N1 N2 N3 N4 N31

H10

E10

N4
E4

N1.S1 N2.S1 H15 X7.4 N34.2A X7.2 N33.S P2 4 P1

Regulator, Dual Zone Regulator Regulator Regulator Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Thermostat N32 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Thermostat N33 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Thermostat N34 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Thermostat X7
S1 S2 N4.S2 N3.S2

Terminal Block

N4.S1 N3.S1

N2
X7.3 N32.2 X7.1 N32.4

P2 4 P1

N33
H3 S H P1 4 N3.4 2 N34.2B N4.P1 N3.2

N2.S1 N3.P1

S1 S2

N2.S2

N32
>

N3
2

N2.4

E3

E2

>

P1

N2.2

X7.4 N33.2 X7.2 N3.S1

P2 4 P1

N33.4

N31.S

H2

A B
NKT 71

L1 1
SYMBOL KEY
E1 E10 E2 E3 E4 S1 P> P> 2 P> 2 P> 2 S1 S2 S2 S2 S1 S1 P1 P1 P1 P1 Element Element Element Element Element 1000W 1300W 1500W 1700W 1800W

X7
CURRENT PATH
15 17 21 23 25

A B

N1 N2 N3 N4 N1
N1 N2 N3 N4

S2

N2

N3

N4

H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 H7 H10

Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp On Lamp Dual Zone Indicator Lamp Regulator, Dual Zone Regulator Regulator Regulator

1 3 5 7 9 11 19 9/15/17 10/21 11/23 12/25 15 1

2B

2A P1

21 3

N31

N32

N33

N34

1B

N31

P1 4

N32

P1

N33

N34

1A

N31 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Thermostat N32 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Thermostat N33 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Thermostat N34 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Thermostat X7 Terminal Block

23 5 25 27 1

H1 E1
4 4A 4A

H2 E10

H3

H4

H7

H10

E2

E3

E4

N1
4

N32

4 4

N33

4 4 4

X7 GND 3 L2 4
8 9 10 11 12 13

N1

P2

N2

P2

N3

P2

N4

P2

NKT 71

DIAGRAM #21

143-62105-002

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

N31.H N34.1B

SYMBOL KEY

H1
N4.P2

H4
2 3 4 N2.P2 N4.P2 N1.P2 N5.P2

L1 L2
E1 E10 E2 E3 E4 E5 E50 Element Element Element Element Element Element Element 1000W 1300W 1500W 1700W 1800W 1000W 1000W

N1.P1 N5.P1 N2.P1 N4.P1

DIAGRAM #22

143-62106-001

H2
N35.H N33.H

H5 H3 X7 GND H7
N1.P2 N4.S1 S1 S2 H7 N4.S2 N1.S2

N32.H

N31 N34
H4 2 N1.4 N1.4 E1.4 E10.4A S1 S2 N1.S2 N2.S2 1A 1B 2B 4A 4

H10

N1

H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 H7 H10 H50

Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp On Lamp Dual Zone Indicator Lamp Dual Zone Indicator Lamp

> >
2A

P1

E1 E4
N4.4 N31.4 N35.S N31.S N4.2

4 4A

N1.4 N1.4A

S H1

N1.2 N34.2B N32.S

H7 X7.4 N31.2 X7.1 P2 4 P1

H10

N1 N2 N3 N4 N5

Regulator, Dual Zone Regulator Regulator Regulator Regulator, Dual Zone

E10

N4
E4

N1.S1 N2.S1 H15 X7.3 N34.2A X7.2 N33.S

P2 4 P1

S1 S2

N4.S2 N5.S2 2

N2
N32.4

N35
H50 4

N4.S1 N5.S1 N3.P2 X7.3 N32.2 X7.2 N3.P1

P2 4 P1

N31 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Thermostat N32 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Thermostat N33 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Thermostat N34 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Thermostat N35 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Thermostat X7
N2.S1 N3.S1 S1 S2 N2.S2 N3.S2 2

Terminal Block

N33
H3 S H P1 4 N3.4 2 N35.S N4.P1 N3.2

N32
>
P1 H S H5 4 4A N5.4 N5.4A 2

N2.4

N5.2 N34.2B N33.S

N5
>

E5 E50

E3

X7.4 N35.2 X7.1

P2 4 P1 4A 4

N5.4 N5.4

E2

>

P1

N2.2

N31.S

H50
N35.4 N5.S1 N3.S1 N2.P2 N33.2 N3.S1 N2.P1 S1 S2

E5.4 E50.4A N5.S2

H2

N3
2 P2 4 P1 N32.4

A B
NKT 91

SYMBOL KEY CURRENT PATH

L1 1

A B

X7

S1 P> P> 2 P> 2 P> 2 P> 2

S1 S2 S2 S2 S2

S1

S1

S1

P1

P1

P1

P1

N1 N2 N3 N4 N5

S2

N1

N2

N3

N4

N5

E1 E10 E2 E3 E4 E5 E50 H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 H7 H10 H50 N1 P1 N2 N3 2 N4 N5 N31 N32 N33 N34 N35

2B

2 P1 N31 4

2 P1

2A

Element 1000W 15 Element 1300W 17 Element 1500W 21 Element 1700W 23 Element 1800W 25 Element 1000W 27 Element 1000W 29 Heat Indicator Lamp 1 Heat Indicator Lamp 3 Heat Indicator Lamp 5 Heat Indicator Lamp 7 Heat Indicator Lamp 9 On Lamp 11 Dual Zone Indicator Lamp 19 Dual Zone Indicator Lamp 31 Regulator, Dual Zone 9/15/17 Regulator 10/21 Regulator 11/23 Regulator 12/25 Regulator, Dual Zone 13/27/29 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit 15 Thermostat 1 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit 21 Thermostat 3 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit 23 Thermostat 5 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit 25 Thermostat 27 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit 27 Thermostat 29

N31 H N32

N33 H N34

1B

N35 H

N32

N33

P1

N34

1A

N35

P1 X7 4

Terminal Block

H1 E1
4

H2

H3

H4

H5

H7

E10

4A 4A

H10

E2

E3

E4

E5 4 E50

4A

H50
4A

N1
4

N32

4 4

N33

4 4 4 4

N5

DIAGRAM #23

143-62105-002

GND 3 L2 4
8 9 10

X7
11 12 13

N1

P2

N2

P2

N3

P2

N4

P2

N5

P2

NKT 91

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

W/R W/BL W
20 20 20

20

BK

MSW 21 DWM W/R


20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 18
18

PR W/BL ONL SW1 BL


20 16 2a 3a 4a 20
20 20

E3 ST1 (572 f) 24
20 16 1a

1a

E6 R
20

W/Y20

E4

20

E5

DIAGRAM #24

F1 W/BK BR 20 5a
6a 7a 16

F2 W/BL
16

18

L1 BK 16
8a 20 9a 20 10a 11a 16 16 12a 13a 1a 14a 15a 1 16a

16

CV W 16 BL

BR 20 W/BL

W/R

Jumper Connected for 208V Only BR GY


20

TB

W/BL

E6

1 R BR

18

E5

2 R W/R

18

RB

16 AWG

L1

3 Red

16

16 AWG

L2 W/BL BR GY CSW SW2 W/BK


2 20
20

4 Black

16

18 18 18

16 AWG

N W/BL
2a

5 White

20

14 AWG

6 GN 14

20

W/R CSW
20

20

CFT (140 f) R
16 20

20

W/R

SW1

78

5a 20

BR 20

GY

20

C
20

OL
20
20

20

BR

20

20

BE OL

UEI

UEO

18

LEI

LEO

CF W W/R DRM
16 20
20

20

20

BL
16 16

BR
4a 4

16

20

GY
20

20

11 12
20

LDT (518 f) 14
20

W/BL CSW

16

34 WTH

W LDL LM
20 20

PTH (890 f) 31 BL
16 16 16

16 16

20

20

ST3 (205 f)

W/R UM W/Y BL
20

ST2 (311 f) W/BL

BL

16

TP1

TP2

TP3

TP4

TP5

TP6

SYMBOL KEY

OFF TIMER MANUAL


1 1a 2a 3a 4a 5a 6a 7a 8a 9a 10a 11a 12a 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

BAKE

BROIL

SELF CLEAN

MSW
1a

WIRE COLOR CODE R W BK BL BR GY GN W/BL WHITE/BLUE W/BK WHITE/BLACK W/R W/Y WHITE/RED WHITE/YELLOW GREEN GRAY BROWN BLUE BLACK WHITE RED

SW1

SW2

13a 14a 15a 16a

13 14 15 16

HBL 53
CSW
1a 2a 4a 1 2 4

BE: BROIL ELEMENT 2000W C: CATALYST CF: COOLING FAN MOTOR CFT: COOLING FAN THERMOSTAT CSW: CLEAN SWITCH DRM: DOOR MICROSWITCH DWM: DOWN MICROSWITCH LDL: DOOR LOCKED INDICATOR LDT: LOCKING DOOR THERMOSTAT LEI: LOWER ELEMENT, INNER RING1400W LEO: LOWER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 600W LM: DOOR LOCKING MOTOR MSW: MANUAL SWITCH OL: OVEN LAMP ONL: ON INDICATOR PTH: SELF CLEAN THERMOSTAT PR: TIMER RB: RELAY BOARD ST: HIGH LIMIT THERMOSTAT SW: PROGRAM SELECTOR TB: TERMINAL BLOCK TP: TEST POINT UEI: UPPER ELEMENT, INNER RING 500W UEO: UPPER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 500W UM: UP MICROSWITCH WTH: VARIABLE THERMOSTAT

A B

N
BL

L2

L1

BE UEI
UEO

BL

C2

LDL TP5

GY W/Y

11 14 12

21 24

31 34 B R C

GN

LDT ST1 PTH

L /B W /R W
LE O

JUMPER CONNECTED FOR 208V ONLY


GN W BK
LE I

2 TB 1 TB 11 2 SW

WIRE COLOR CODE TB GN 5


W

4
BK

3
R

TP4

W/R
C2

R W BK BL BR
UEI

RED WHITE BLACK BLUE BROWN GRAY GREEN

SW2 16 SW2 15 TP
C2 C1

W/BL

A B

GY BR BL

W/R
C1

W/R W

W/Y

LDT 14 W/BL

SW1 1

SW2 14 SW2 12

LM

TP2 PR-N

1 2 3 4 5 6

W W/R W/R W/Y

BL

LM CSW 1 LDT 12

UEO

CSW 2

GY GN

W/BL WHITE/BLUE W/BK WHITE/BLACK W/R W/Y WHITE/RED WHITE/YELLOW

C2

ST2

GY

C1

15 SW
C1

OL1

GN

W/BK
C2

ST3

2 1
W

BL
ON L

UM

2 W/R 13
C2

SW2 10 BL

OL1

W/Y

SW1 5A
OL 2
OL2
C1

BL

LDL

C2

WTH
C1

C1

CFT

C1

CF

RB-CV SW2 14A

BR
DWM 2 13

B W/

OL2 CF
BR W BL BR

C2

78
ST3 OL1 TB1 TB2 LEO

29 SW

C1

SYMBOL KEY

ST2

OL1

OL1

C1

DRM

2 13

BL

C3

SW2 9
GY

C2

CF CFT 3 BE C LEI

ST2 2 DWM 1 DWM LM 4 LDT1M2 U TP3 4 PTH3 3 UM

10 SW2
W /R
C2

UM 3 DRM 2
W
C3

GY BR W/BL BR W/R R W/R BL

16a 15a 14a SW2 13a 11a 10a 9a

W/BK

CFT 1

PTH34

SW2 13

CF

R B -J1
1 SW 4A
C1

W/R W/BL RB CV L1 SW1 1A MSW 1 CF


GN

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

GY
W/BK

BE: BROIL ELEMENT 2000W C: CATALYST CF: COOLING FAN MOTOR CFT: COOLING FAN THERMOSTAT CSW: CLEAN SWITCH DRM: DOOR MICROSWITCH DWM: DOWN MICROSWITCH LEI: LOWER ELEMENT, INNER RING1400W LEO: LOWER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 600W LDL: DOOR LOCKED INDICATOR LDT: LOCKING DOOR THERMOSTAT LM: DOOR LOCKING MOTOR MSW: MANUAL SWITCH OL: OVEN LAMP ONL: ON INDICATOR PR: TIMER PTH: SELF CLEAN THERMOSTAT RB: RELAY BOARD ST: HIGH LIMIT THERMOSTAT SW: PROGRAM SELECTOR TB: TERMINAL BLOCK TP: TEST POINT UEI: UPPER ELEMENT, INNER RING 500W UEO: UPPER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 500W UM: UP MICROSWITCH WTH: VARIABLE THERMOSTAT

W/Y

BL

8a

BK

SW1 4

W/BK

W/BL

J1

F2 F1

BR R

W
ONL

WTH

MSW 1 4a W/BL W 2a 1a GY

BR BK

BR

W/BL R W/BK

4 1a W/Y LDL BR 2 W/R 1

BK

CSW

GY

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

6a SW1 5a 4a 3a 2a 1a

PR-L RB-F2

HBL 53

W/BL

SW1 2A BL W/BL

E3 E6 E4 PR

DIAGRAM #25

N E5 L

W/R W/BL
20

MSW
1 20 1a

PR E3 E6 L E4 N E5
20
20 20

BK

W DWM BL
20

20

W/BL
1a 20 20 16 2a 3a 4a

W/Y20

SW1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 20 8 9 10 20 16 16

ONL W/R
20

ST1 21 (572 f) 24 R

16

2a

DIAGRAM #26

F1
18

CSW
2

F2 CV
E6

W/BK
20

BK 16 W/BL
16 20 20

5a 6a 7a 8a 9a 20 10a 11a 12a

L1
16

W/BL GY

W/R

Jumper Connected for 208V Only TB 1 2


16 AWG 16 AWG 16 AWG 14 AWG

W/BL

BL W/R W/Y

20

GY BR
E5

20

18 18 16 16

RB
16

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 16

18 18 18

L1 L2 N

3 Red 4 Black 5 White 6 GN 14

R
1a

16

13a 14a

W/BK R W/R BR

15a 16a

18

18 18 18

20 17a

W/BL BR GY

20

W/R
20

3
20

2 1
20

CSW W/R
20

W/BK
20 16 20

R SW2
20
20

CFT (140 f)
7

SW1
7a

78 GY
20

BR 20
20

20

BR

20

RE OL WM
20

BE

UEI

UEO

18

W/BL

16

18a

LEI

LEO

20

CF
20

W W/R
20

20 16

20

20

OL

BL
16 16

DRM
20

16 4a

BR
4

GY

20

20

W/BL

16

11 W 12
20

LDT (518 f) 14

20

WTH LDL
20

CSW
16

34 PTH (890 f) 31
16

HBL 54
20

BL ST3 (205 f)
16

20

LM
20 20

16

16

W/R TP4

UM

W/Y BL TP6
20

W/BL

ST2 (311 f)

BL

16

TP1

TP2

TP3

TP5

TIMER

MANUAL
1

OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CONV BAKE

CONV ROAST

CONV BROIL

CONV THAW

THERMAL BAKE

BROIL

SELF CLEAN

MSW 1a

WIRE COLOR CODE R W BK BL BR GY GN RED WHITE BLACK BLUE BROWN GRAY GREEN

SW1

1a 2a 3a 4a 5a 6a 7a 8a 9a 10a

SW2

W/BL WHITE/BLUE W/BK WHITE/BLACK W/R W/Y WHITE/RED WHITE/YELLOW

11a 12a 13a 14a 15a 16a 17a 18a 19a 20a 1a 2a 4a

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1 2 4

SYMBOL KEY BE: BROIL ELEMENT 2000W C: CATALYST CF: COOLING FAN MOTOR CFT: COOLING FAN THERMOSTAT CSW: CLEAN SWITCH DRM: DOOR MICROSWITCH DWM: DOWN MICROSWITCH LDL: DOOR LOCKED INDICATOR LDT: LOCKING DOOR THERMOSTAT LEI: LOWER ELEMENT, INNER RING 1400W LEO: LOWER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 600W LM: DOOR LOCKING MOTOR MSW: MANUAL SWITCH OL: OVEN LAMP ONL: ON INDICATOR PR: TIMER PTH: SELF CLEAN THERMOSTAT RB: RELAY BOARD RE: RING ELEMENT 2500W ST: HIGH LIMIT THERMOSTAT SW: PROGRAM SELECTOR TB: TERMINAL BLOCK TP: TEST POINT UEI: UPPER ELEMENT, INNER RING 500W UEO: UPPER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 500W UM: UP MICROSWITCH WM: CONV. FAN MOTOR WTH: VARIABLE THERMOSTAT

A B

CSW

BL

O L2

OL1

L2

L1

SW2 11

BE UEI
O UE

GN

SW1 10
C1 C1

W/Y WM
W BK R W/BK

LDL
LE O LE I

L /B W /R W
GN

C2

GY

LDT ST1 PTH BR 21 31 JUMPER CONNECTED FOR 208V ONLY

14 RE TB 5
W R BK

24 GN 4 3 2 1 BL SW2 17 SW2 16
W/BL W/R
C1 C1

34

TP5

W/Y

12 GN

2 TB 1 TB 12 W2 S

BR

A B

TP4 GY BR

W/R

C2

TP

UEO

UEI

W
B
R
C1

SW1 6

CSW

WIRE COLOR CODE R W BK BL BR GY GN RED WHITE BLACK BLUE BROWN GRAY GREEN W/BL WHITE/BLUE W/BK WHITE/BLACK W/R W/Y WHITE/RED WHITE/YELLOW

ST2

ST3

C2

17 SW

GN

W/BK BL WTH 3
BL
C1 C2

C2

GY

2 CFT 1
W
C1

UM SW1 7A
CF W M
0L2
C1

2 13
RB-CV SW2 14A

SW1 9
18 SW
C1

BL
W

BR

/BL

OL2 CF
BR BR

DWM

2 13

ON L

W/R

C2

OL1

LDL
C1

W/Y

C1

BL

C2 C1

78

C1

SW2 15 SW2 13

LM OL1

W/Y W/R

TP2 PR-N

1 2 3 4 5 6 W LM W/R C2 CSW 1 W/R LDT 12 W/Y LDT 14 W/BL


L

WM

OL1

ST3 CF OL1 CTF 3 CTF 1 RE BE TB1 C TB2 LEI LEO

1A

MV

SW 1

DRM
C2

2 13

BL

C3

SW1 8

G Y

ST2 2 DWM 1 DWM LM 4 LDT1M2 U TP3 4 PTH3 3 UM

9 SW2

20 19 18 GY 17 BR 16 W/Y 15 BR 14 W/R 13 R 12 W/BK 11


W
BL

20a 19a 18a 17a SW2 16a 15a 14a W/BK 13a 11a W/Y

BL

SW1 1

BR W/BK

CV L1
W

BR ONL
W/BL

BK

RB

W /Y

W /R

W/BL

UM3

C2

GY

ST2

CF

J1 B-

SYMBOL KEY

PTH34 C

SW2 14

SW1 6A 4

W/BK

J1

F2 F1

WTH W/BL CSW BR 2 W/R 1 4a 2a 1a W

10a 9a 8a SW1 7a 6a 5a

RB-F2

R PR-L W/BL GY

BE: BROIL ELEMENT 2000W C: CATALYST CF: COOLING FAN MOTOR CFT: COOLING FAN THERMOSTAT CSW: CLEAN SWITCH DRM: DOOR MICROSWITCH DWM: DOWN MICROSWITCH LDL: DOOR LOCKED INDICATOR LDT: LOCKING DOOR THERMOSTAT LEI: LOWER ELEMENT, INNER RING1400W LEO: LOWER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 600W LM: DOOR LOCKING MOTOR MSW: MANUAL SWITCH OL: OVEN LAMP ONL: ON INDICATOR PR: TIMER PTH: SELF CLEAN THERMOSTAT RB: RELAY BOARD ST: HIGH LIMIT THERMOSTAT SW: PROGRAM SELECTOR TB: TERMINAL BLOCK TP: TEST POINT UEO: UPPER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 500W UEI: UPPER ELEMENT, INNER RING 500W UM: UP MICROSWITCH WTH: VARIABLE THERMOSTAT 10 W/R 9 C3 DRM2 8 BR 7 GY 6 5 4 3 2 BK MSW1 1 3a 2a 1a

BK

W/BL

1 LDL

MSW

1a

W/Y

CF SW1 2A

GN

E3 E6 E4

N E5L

BL

W/BL

HBL 54

DIAGRAM #27

PR

DIAGRAM #28

A B
R BL SW1
20

UPPER OVEN

20

BL W/BL
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20
20

1a

20

7a

2a 3a

2 7 16 2a

BR
4a

W W/BL 16 GY BL W/R 20
20

16

CSW
11

W
RE

20

W/BL

BL

6a 7a 8a

OL OL

4
16

12

BE
16 20

20

9a 10a
20

GY
20

11a 12a 13a 16 14a 15a 16a


20

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

W/BK18 R W/R 18 BR W/BL18 BR GY 18


18 UEO

BR
16

UM
34
16

BL

BL
20 20 20

16

LEI 18 LEO

PTH (890 f)
31 16
16

ST3 (205 f)
20

W/Y
W/R

17a

BL W/R
20

R
16

18a 19a 20a

TSW

W/BK

3 7 20 1

2 8a

SW1 ST2 (311 f)

20

CFT (140 f)

W
1a

20

20

W/Y

WM

WTH
UEI 20

20

16

BK

4a 5a

DRM GY 20 LDT (518 f) 14 LDL LM

20

TSW

CSW

20

GY W/R
ONL

20

20

W/R
20

W/Y

CSW W/R W/BL

SW1

BR
78

20

20 7a

20

18 18

TP1

TP2 TP3

TP4

TP5

TP6

BR

CF

BK

DWM ST1 (572 f)


16

10 AWG 20

BL
21 24 20

16 16a

16

20

BK R
GY
16

TSW
6 20 12 5 11 14 13 12a 5a 11a 14a 13a 4a 3a 10a 16 6a

16

MTB
GN GN14

RB
E6 20 E5

W/BL
20

BK
20

W
F2 F1

BR
20

BR

16

W/Y
R
20

CV L1 16

BL

BR

3 10

E4 E5 E3

W/R

W/BK

4 16

W/R

6 5 N 16 4 L2 16 3 L1 2 1 3 2 1
STB

14

20

BL

20

16

20

GN 14
N L
20

14 AWG 12 AWG 12 AWG

TSW

L
20

JUMPERS CONNECTED FOR 208V ONLY

PR
16

DWM
20
20

20

BL ST1 (572 f)
21 24 20 15

15a

SW2

LOWER OVEN
2a

CFT BR (140 f)
20 78 1

20

TSW W/R W/BL

ONL
3 20

18 18 20

TSW

TP1

TP2 TP3

TP4 TP5
20

TP6
20

20

W/R
20

5a 20

W W/R

W LM

UM

GY 20 W/R 20

20 2 1a 2a 3a 4a 5a 6a

20

W/R
12

BL
W/Y
20

SW2
1 2 3 4

14

20

W/R 20

W/BL W
20

16 1a

TSW
1

CSW
2 4a

LDT (518 f) CSW BL


16

11

W/Y
20

20

GY

BR

20

5 6 7

20

BR20
16

OL OL

W
16

2a

LDL

BK 16

7a 8a 9a

W/BK

20

GY 10a
11a
20

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

20

UEI

R BR

18

16

BL

20

BR

BE

WTH

ST2 (311 f) W/BK


W/R

12a 13a 16 14a 15a 16a

W/R

18

C
UEO LEI

BR
16 16 20

SW2

LEO

PTH ST3 31 (890 f) (205 f) 16 BL


1a 20

GY CSW

SYMBOL KEY BE : BROIL ELEMENT 2000 W C : CATALYST CFT : COOLING FAN THERMOSTAT CSW : CLEAN SWITCH DRM : DOOR MICROSWITCH DWM : DOWN MICROSWITCH LDL : DOOR LOCKED INDICATOR LDT : LOCKING DOOR THERMOSTAT LEI : LOWER ELEMENT, INNER RING 1400 W LEO : LOWER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 600 W LM : DOOR LOCKING MOTOR MTB : MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK OL : OVEN LAMP ONL : ON INDICATOR PR : TIMER PTH : SELF CLEAN THERMOSTAT RB : RELAY BOARD RE : RING ELEMENT 2500 W ST : HIGH LIMIT STB : SECONDARY TERMINAL BLOCK SW : PROGRAM SELECTOR TP : TEST POINT TSW : TIMER SELECTOR UEI : UPPER ELEMENT, INNER RING 500 W UEO : UPPER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 500 W UM : UP MICROSWITCH WM : CONV. FAN MOTOR WTH : VARIABLE THERMOSTAT

20

SW1
POS.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

W/R

W/BL 18 BR 18 GY 18

34

BL

W/BL

16

16

W/R

20

DRM

TSW
POS.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1a 2a 3a 4a 5a 6a 7a 8a 9a 10a 11a 12a 13a 14a 15a 16a

WIRE COLOR CODE R W BK BL BR GY GN RED WHITE BLACK BLUE BROWN GRAY GREEN

1a 2a 3a

5a 6a 7a 8a 9a 10a 11a 13a 14a 15a 16a 17a 18a 19a 20a DOWN OVEN

OFF CONV BAKE CONV ROAST CONV BROIL THAW BAKE BROIL SELF CLEAN

X X X X X X X X X X X X X XXX XX XX XX X XX XX XX X X X X X XX X X X XX X X XX XX X X X XXXX X X X XXXX X X X XX X X X X X X X

MANUAL UP OVEN

L O R

XXX XX XXXXX
CSW
1 2 4 4a

XXX XX X

X X

POS.
>500 F SELF CLEAN

1a 2a

X XX

SW2
POS.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1a 2a 3a 4a 5a 6a 8a 9a 10a 11a 13a 14a 16a

W/BL WHITE/BLUE W/BK WHITE/BLACK W/R W/Y WHITE/RED WHITE/YELLOW

OFF BAKE BROIL SELF CLEAN

XX X XX X X XXX XX X XX X XX X XXX X XX XX XX X

HBL 55

A B
C4

DIAGRAM #29A

78 " UM"3 UEI" UEO"

CFT"3 OL2" BE" C" LEI"

W/BL

W/BL

W/R

W/R

W/R

LEO"

WH

BR

BR

GY

BR

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 SW2

SW2 1a 2a 3a 4a 5a 6a 8a 9a 10a 11a

13a 14a 15a 16a

W/BL

W/R

BK

W/BL TSW4a

W/BK

GY

GY

BL

BL

ST2" MTB4 CF" TP3" PTH34" ST3" ST2"

W/R

BR

W/BL 4 CSW" WTH" TP2" UM"2 ST1"24 LM" TPG" LDT"11

HBL 55

1a 2a

4a

WH

GY

W/BL

BL

C2

GN

ONL" CF' W/BL WH WH

W/Y LDL" GY

DWM'2 DWM'1 TP'3 PTH'34 LDT'11 UM'2 UM'3

PR E3 E6 E4 R WH N E5 L W/BL GY

RB F1 F2 L1 CV

C3

W/R

J1

GY

DRM'3

LDL' W/Y
C1

BK MTB3

WH

BL

ST2'

WH

ONL'

BL

C1

W/BK

W/BL

BL

W/Y

BL

5 TSW

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 TSW 10a 11a 12a 13a 14a 15a 16a

1a 2a 3a 4a 5a 6a 7a 8a

W/Y

WH

WH

WH

BL

BL

BL

BK

CSW'2a

W/BL

WH

WH

BK

SW2'2a

W/R

BR

W/BL 2 CSW' 4

W/R

1a 2a

4a

W/BL

W/R

WTH'

W/R

SYMBOL KEY BE : BROIL ELEMENT 2000 W C : CATALYST CFT : COOLING FAN THERMOSTAT CSW : CLEAN SWITCH DRM : DOOR MICROSWITCH DWM : DOWN MICROSWITCH LDL : DOOR LOCKED INDICATOR LDT : LOCKING DOOR THERMOSTAT LM : DOOR LOCKING MOTOR LEI : LOWER ELEMENT, INNER RING 1400 W LEO : LOWER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 600 W MTB : MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK OL : OVEN LAMP ONL : ON INDICATOR PR : TIMER PTH : SELF CLEAN THERMOSTAT RB : RELAY BOARD RE : RING ELEMENT 2500 W ST : HIGH LIMIT STB : SECONDARY TERMINAL BLOCK SW : PROGRAM SELECTOR TP : TEST POINT TSW : TIMER SELECTOR UEI : UPPER ELEMENT, INNER RING 500 W UEO : UPPER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 500 W UM : UP MICROSWITCH WM : CONV. FAN MOTOR WTH : VARIABLE THERMOSTAT ' : UPPER CAVITY COMPONENT " : LOWER CAVITY COMPONENT

GY

WH

BL
C3

C1

TSW-7

DRM'2

W/BK

W/BL

W/Y

WH

W/R

W/R

BR

BL

GY

BL

BR

GY

TSW13

PR:L

MTB3 CF' CFT'3 OL1' RE' MTB1 MTB2 LEO' ST2'

WIRE COLOR CODE CFT'2 ST3' CFT'1 WM' BE' C' LEI' MTB3 R W BK BL BR GY GN RED WHITE BLACK BLUE BROWN GRAY GREEN

5 SW1

9 10

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 SW1 11a 13a 14a 15a 16a 17a 18a 19a 20a W/BK
C3

W/BL WHITE/BLUE W/BK WHITE/BLACK W/R W/Y WHITE/RED WHITE/YELLOW

1a 1a

3a

5a 6a 7a 8a 9a 10a

R BL

BK

BR

ST2' R

GY

CF' MTB4 CFT'2

DRM'1

CONTROL PANEL

DIAGRAM #29B

A B
BL BL
DWM" DRM" UM" DWM' UM'

DRM'

WH

1 32

LM' OL2' CF' TSW15 SW2-9 GN


C6

W/R GY

R GY BL

BL

1 32

1 32

1 32

1 32

LM"

WH
C6/4

1 3 2

PR-N

BL

BL

GY

W/R

W/ R W/Y

-16

C3

C2

C5

W/Y

GY

TS W

C2

LDL' SW1-8

SW1-18a

-E

GY
W/Y

PR

SW1-9 LDL'

C2

LDL" MTB3 SW2-10

BL

SW2-13 LDT"14 LDT"12 PTH34" LM" CFT"3 CF" UEI" LEO"

MTB5 ONL" CSW"1 C4 LDT"12 C6 LDT"14 LDL"


C4

W/Y W/R WH

WH WH W/R W/R W/Y W/Y WH WH W/R C2 W/R W/Y W/Y

TP" 1 2 3 4 5 6 TP' 1 2 3 4 5 6

H W

LDL'
W/Y W/R WH
C2

GY

LDT' 11 14 12

LDL" TP"5 TP"4 CSW2" SW2-14a TSW-4 PR-N WHT" SW2-1 SW2-5 SW2-5a SW2-14 SW2-12 PTH' SW2-11 SW2-16 SW2-15 21 31
GY

78 UEO" BE" LEI" TP"5 TP"4


C6

GY GY W/Y W/R

11 14 12

21

31 BL BR
C"

24 34

MTB5 CSW'1

24 34
BR

LDT" ST1" PTH"


C6/4

ST1'
C
W/Y R

BL
'2 SW

CSW2"

W/

L1

"
BL

BR WH OL2' GN

OL2"

BR

BL

WH
H W

GN GN
OL1'

OL1"
' TH W B L
C1

0L'

W/BK

TSW13
C1

BK
ST2' ST3'

WH

C1

CF"

CF'

SW1-14a
ON L'

W/BK

RE'

WM'
W/Y

W/BK

ST2"

ST3"

C'

C"

C1

H W C1 C1 BR
BR

BL
SW1-11
C1

SW1-10 W/BK BL GN

C1

WH
PTH"34

BR
BR

SW1-14

BR
SW1-7a

BR
C6/4

78

BE' UEI' UEO'


W/BL W/R SW1-12 R
C1

78 SW2-14 SW2-12 W/BL W/R


BE" UEI" UEO"

BL

BL

BL
LEO' LEI'

W /R
W

R
LEO" LEI"

SW1:18a
TSW:13a

R R SW1-17 SW1-16
C1 C1

BL

GN

/R

GY BR BL

R
SW 1-6 GY
C1 3 2 1

SW2-1 SW2-5 SW2-5a

GY
3

BR

C6/4

C6/4

2 1

SW2-11 SW2-16 SW2-15 OL2" BL OL1"

GY BR BL

WH
BR
C1

WH OL1'

CFT"

1-7 SW

WM'

GN

GN

CFT' OL2' SW1-8 BL BL WH

OL2" CFT"2
C6

W/R BK W/R W/BL


C1

TSW5a PR-L

BK

C1 C4

SW1-5a SW2-8a

R SW1-15 SW1-13
C1

WH WH

1 JUMPER CONNECTED FOR 208V ONLY

3
R

4
BK

5
WH GN

MTB JUMPER CONNECTED FOR 208V ONLY

W/BL

W/R

W/BL W/R

TP'1 TP"1

STB

HBL 55 LOWER OVEN (")

L1

L2

UPPER OVEN (')

A B
UPPER OVEN BL SW1
20 1a 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 20 20

DIAGRAM #30

20

BL W/BL
7a 2 7 16 2a 20 4a

TSW W W/BL 16 GY BL W/R 20


20 16

CSW BR CSW
11

20

2a 3a 4a

W
RE

20

W/BL

BL

6a 7a 8a

OL OL

4 16

12

BE 16 20

20

9a 10a 20

GY
20

11a 12a 13a 16 14a 15a 16a 20 17a

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

W/BK

18 18

C
UEO

BR
16 34 16

UM BL
20 20 20

BL

R
16

LEO

16

BL
20

18a 19a 20a

TSW

W/R

W/BK

3 7 20 1

2 8a

SW1 ST2 (311 f)

20

CFT (140 f)

W
1a

W/R

R W/R 18 BR W/BL18 BR GY 18

16

LEI 18 31

16

ST3 PTH (890 f) (205 f)

W/Y

20 20 20

20

W/Y

WM

WTH
UEI 20

20

16

BK

5a

DRM GY 20 LDT (518 f) 14 LDL LM

GY W/R
ONL

20

20

W/R
20

W/Y

CSW W/R W/BL

SW1

BR
78

20

20 7a

20

18 18

TP1

TP2 TP3

TP4

TP5

TP6

BR

CF

BK

DWM BL
20 16 16

10 AWG 20

ST1 ( 572 ) BK R
GY
16

16

21 24

20

16a

TSW
6 20 12 5 11 14 13 6a 12a 5a 11a 14a 13a 4a 3a 10a 16

MTB
GN 6 GN14
16 16 14

16

RB
E6 20 E5

W/BL
20

BK
20

W
F2 F1

BR
20

BR

16

W/Y
R
20

CV L1 16

BL

BR

3 10

E4 E5 E3

W/R

W/BK

4 16

W/R

5 N 4 L2 3 L1 2 1 3 2 1
STB

20

BL

20

16

20

GN 14
N L 20

14 AWG 12 AWG 12 AWG

TSW

JUMPERS CONNECTED FOR 208V ONLY

L
20

PR
16

DWM
20 20

20

BL ST1 ( 572 )
21 24 20 15

15a

SW2

LOWER OVEN

7 2a

CFT BR (140 f)
20 78 1

20

TSW W/R W/BL

ONL
3 20

18 18 20

TSW BL

TP1

TP2 TP3

TP4 TP5
20

TP6
20

20

W/R
20

7a 20

W W/R

W LM

UM

GY 20

1a 2

20

20

W/R
12

BL
W/Y
20

W/BL

W/R 202a
3a 4a 16 BK 5a 6a 20

SW2

1 2 3 4 5

14

20

W/BL W
20 16

LDT (518 f) GY BL

11

20

TSW
1a 1

CSW
2 20 4a

W/Y CSW LDL

20

OL BR 20 OL
20

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

W
16

2a

BR

7a 8a 9a

BL
16 20

RE 16 BE 18 16

BR

16

10a

W/BK

GY

20

11a 12a

W/BK R BR W/BL BR 18 GY W/R 20


18

WTH

UEI

16

16

ST2 (311 f)

20

13a 14a 16 15a 16a 17a 18a 19a 20a

W/R

C
18 UEO LEI 18 LEO 18

BR
20 34

W/BK
W/R

BL

W/BL

16

W/Y

W/R

20

DRM

31 16

PTH ST3 (890 f) (205 f) BL


1a

SW2
20

20 20

GY CSW

SYMBOL KEY BE : BROIL ELEMENT 2000 W C : CATALYST CFT : COOLING FAN THERMOSTAT CSW : CLEAN SWITCH DRM : DOOR MICROSWITCH DWM : DOWN MICROSWITCH LDL : DOOR LOCKED INDICATOR LDT : LOCKING DOOR THERMOSTAT LEI : LOWER ELEMENT, INNER RING 1400 W LEO : LOWER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 600 W LM : DOOR LOCKING MOTOR MTB : MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK OL : OVEN LAMP ONL : ON INDICATOR PR : TIMER PTH : SELF CLEAN THERMOSTAT RB : RELAY BOARD RE : RING ELEMENT 2500 W ST : HIGH LIMIT STB : SECONDARY TERMINAL BLOCK SW : PROGRAM SELECTOR TP : TEST POINT TSW : TIMER SELECTOR UEI : UPPER ELEMENT, INNER RING 500 W UEO : UPPER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 500 W UM : UP MICROSWITCH WM : CONV. FAN MOTOR WTH : VARIABLE THERMOSTAT

SW1 - SW2
POS.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

W/R

TSW
POS.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1a 2a 3a 4a 5a 6a 7a 8a 9a 10a 11a 12a 13a 14a 15a 16a

WIRE COLOR CODE R W BK BL BR GY GN RED WHITE BLACK BLUE BROWN GRAY GREEN

1a 2a 3a

5a 6a 7a 8a 9a 10a 11a 13a 14a 15a 16a 17a 18a 19a 20a DOWN OVEN

OFF CONV BAKE CONV ROAST CONV BROIL THAW BAKE BROIL SELF CLEAN

X X X X X X X X X X X X X XXX XX XX XX X XX XX XX X X X X X X XX X X X XX X X XX XX X X X XXXX X X X XXXX X X X XX X X X X X X X

MANUAL UP OVEN

L O R

XXX XX XXXXX
CSW
1 2 4 4a

XXX XX X

X X

POS.
>500 F SELF CLEAN

1a 2a

X XX

W/BL WHITE/BLUE W/BK WHITE/BLACK W/R W/Y WHITE/RED WHITE/YELLOW

HBL 56

DIAGRAM #31A
C4

A B
W/BK W/BL W/BL W/R W/R WH BL
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 SW2 11a 13a1 4a 15a 16a 17a 18a 19a 20a W/BK ST2" CF" TP3"

SW2 1a 2a 3a 4a 5a 6a 7a 8a 9a 10a

W/R

W/Y

78 " UM"3 RE" UEI" UEO" LEO"

CFT"3 OL2" WM" BE" C" LEI"

BR

BR

BR

GY

GY

BL

W/R

W/BL

HBL 56
MTB4 PTH34" ST2" LM" TP6"

BK

BR

GY

W/R

BR

W/BL 4 CSW" WTH" 4a

TSW4a

ST3"

TP2" UM"2

LDT"11 ST1"24

1a 2a

WH

GY

W/BL

BL

C2

GN

ONL" CF' W/BL WH WH

DWM'2 DWM'1 TP'3 PTH'34 LDT'11 UM'2 UM'3 W/Y

PR E3 E6 E4 R GY

RB F1 F2 L1 CV

LDL" GY
C3

W/R

DRM'3 WH J1 R MTB3 WH BL BK ONL'

GY

N E5 L

LDL' W/BL W/Y WH


C1

W R
C1

BL

W/BK

W/Y

W/BL

BL

5 TSW

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 TSW

1a 2a 3a 4a 5a 6a 7a 8a WH

10a 11a 12a 13a 14a 15a 16a

W/Y

WH

BL

WH

BK

CSW'2a

W/BL

WH

WH BL

BL BL

BK

SW2-18a

W/R

BR

W/BL 2 CSW' 4 WTH' 4a

W/R

SYMBOL KEY BE : BROIL ELEMENT 2000 W C : CATALYST CFT : COOLING FAN THERMOSTAT CSW : CLEAN SWITCH DRM : DOOR MICROSWITCH DWM : DOWN MICROSWITCH LDL : DOOR LOCKED INDICATOR LDT : LOCKING DOOR THERMOSTAT LEI : LOWER ELEMENT, INNER RING 1400 W LEO : LOWER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 600 W LM : DOOR LOCKING MOTOR MTB : MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK OL : OVEN LAMP ONL : ON INDICATOR PR : TIMER PTH : SELF CLEAN THERMOSTAT RB : RELAY BOARD RE : RING ELEMENT 2500 W ST : HIGH LIMIT STB : SECONDARY TERMINAL BLOCK SW : PROGRAM SELECTOR TP : TEST POINT TSW : TIMER SELECTOR UEI : UPPER ELEMENT, INNER RING 500 W UEO : UPPER ELEMENT, OUTER RING 500 W UM : UP MICROSWITCH WM : CONV. FAN MOTOR WTH : VARIABLE THERMOSTAT ' : UPPER CAVITY COMPONENT " : LOWER CAVITY COMPONENT

ST2'

1a 2a

W/R

W/R

W/BL

WH

GY

C1

BL
C3

DRM'2

W/BK

W/BL

W/R

W/R

W/Y

WH

BR

GY

BR

GY

BL

BL

TSW13

PR:L

MTB3 CF' CFT'3 OL1' RE' MTB1 MTB2 LEO' ST2'

CFT'2 ST3' CFT'1 WM' BE' C' LEI' MTB3

TSW-7

WIRE COLOR CODE R W BK BL BR GY GN RED WHITE BLACK BLUE BROWN GRAY GREEN

5 SW1

9 10

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 SW1 11a 13a 14a 15a 16a 17a 18a 19a 20a W/BK R
C3

W/BL WHITE/BLUE W/BK WHITE/BLACK W/R W/Y ST2' CF' MTB4 CFT'2 WHITE/RED WHITE/YELLOW

1a 1a

3a

5a 6a 7a 8a 9a 10a

R BL

BK

BR DRM'1

GY

CONTROL PANEL

A B
BL
DRM' DWM" DWM' DRM" UM' UM"

DIAGRAM #31B

BL LM'
WH

1 32

LM"

WH
C6/4

R GY BL

BL

1 32

1 32

W/R GY

W/R

W/ R W/Y

C2

CF' TSW15

-16

C3

C6

C5

W/Y

BL

GY

OL2'

BL

GN

1 32

1 3 2

1 3 2

PR-N

GY
GY

TS W

C2

LDL' SW1-8

SW1-18a

-E

GY
W/Y

SW1-9 LDL'

MTB5 ONL" CSW"1 C4 LDT"12 C6 LDT"14 LDL"


C4

W/Y W/R WH

WH WH W/R W/R W/Y W/Y WH WH W/R W/R W/Y W/Y

TP" 1 2 3 4 5 6 TP' 1 2 3 4 5 6

H W

LDL'
W/Y W/R WH
C2

GY

MTB5 CSW'1
C2

MTB3 SW2-14 SW2-9 LDL" TP"5 TP"4 CSW2" SW2-14a TSW-4 PR-N WHT" SW2-6 SW2-7 SW2-7a SW2-15 PTH' LDT' SW2-13 11 21 31 SW2-12 SW2-17 SW2-16 14 24 34 SW2-11 BR SW2-10 12 BL ST1'
C '2 SW

SW2-8

LDL"

BL

PR

C2

LDT"14 LDT"12 PTH34" LM" CFT"3 78 CF" UEO" UEI" BE" LEO" LEI" RE" WM" GY 11 TP"5 TP"4
C6

21

31 BL BR
C"

GY W/Y W/R

14 12

24 34

LDT" ST1" PTH"

CSW2"
C6/4

W/Y R

W/

L1

"
BL

BR WH OL2'
BR

GN

OL2"

BL

WH GN

GN

OL1'

0L'

' TH W B L
C1

0
W/BK

1" 0L
BL
WH

TSW13
C1

BK
ST2' ST3'

WH

CF'

RE'

CF"

SW1-14a
O H W C1 C1 BR ' NL

W/BK
C1

WM'
W/Y

ST2"

ST3"

C'

C" W/BK

RE" SW2-10 SW2-11 BL BL W/BK


C6/4

WM" W/Y

C1

BL
SW1-11
C1

C1

WH
PTH"34

SW1-14

BR

W/BK BL

GN

78

BR

BR
SW1-7a

BR BR 78

BL

SW1-10

GN

BE' UEI' UEO'


W/BL W/R SW1-12 R
C1

SW2-15 SW2-13
W /R
W

W/BL C6/4 W/R

BE" UEI" UEO"

BL
LEO' LEI'

R
LEO" LEI" BR
2 1

SW1:18a
TSW:13a

R R SW1-17 SW1-16
C1 C1

/R

GY BR BL

R
SW 1-

SW2-6 SW2-7 SW2-7a

C6/4

GY
3

SW2-12 SW2-17 SW2-16 OL2" BL OL1"

C6/4

WH
BR

6 GY
C1 3 2 1

WH OL1'

CFT"

GY BR BL

GN

1 SW

-7

WM'

C1

GN

GN

CFT' OL2' SW1-8 BL BL WH WM" CFT"2


C6

W/R BK W/R W/BL


C1

TSW5a PR-L

BK C1
C4

SW1-5a SW2-5a

R SW1-15 SW1-13
C1

W/BL W/R

WH WH

TP'1 TP"1

WH

GN

BK

JUMPER CONNECTED FOR 208V ONLY

W/BL

W/R

MTB

1 L1 L2 N JUMPER CONNECTED FOR 208V ONLY

STB

HBL 56

UPPER OVEN (')

LOWER OVEN (")

POWER SUPPLY
BK G W

DIAGRAM #32

GROUND 16

LINE 15

REIG 5 13

REI 5
REIG 4 12

(RR) REI 4
NEUTRAL 11

(RR)
SW4 SW3 SW2 SW1

NHT 71

(LR) REI 3
REIG 3 10

(LR) (RF)
REIG 2 9

(RF) REI 2 REI 1


REIG 1 8

(LF) SPARK MODULE VALVE SWITCHES

(LF)

IGNITORS

POWER SUPPLY
BK G W

GROUND 16

LINE 15

REIG 5 13

(RR) REI 5
REIG 4 12

(RR) (CR)
NEUTRAL 11

SW5 SW4

NHT 91
(LR)
SW3

(CR) REI 4 REI 3 REI 2 REI 1


REIG 3 10

(LR)

(RF)

(RF)
REIG 2 9

SW2

(LF)

(LF)
REIG 1 8

SW1

A B

IGNITORS

SPARK MODULE

VALVE SWITCHES

L1 e6
2 b b a a 5 6 1 a a b b 4 1

a1

u6

u8

u2 u4

u5 u3
3 b b 4 a

A B

b2 b1 b3

f1
4

161F 140F f4 f3 e5
F 2 1 4

h1

permanent split capacitor motor (m2)


L

A2
1M 1M 1M

PTC

r1
1M

s2 m1 m3 m2

185F f5

e0

N
6 7 8 9

1 10 11 12

1 2 current path

Symbol Key

Symbol Key

Selector Switch Contacts POWER SCRUB REGULAR RINSE & HOLD b1 & b3 b1 & b2 b3

a1 A2 e0 e5 e6 f1 f3 f4 HIGH LIMIT 185F ON/OFF LAMP TIMER MOTOR CIRCULATION MOTOR DRAIN MOTOR HEATING ELEMENT WATER SOLENOID TIMER CONTACTS

MAIN SWITCH 2 ACTUATOR (Dispenser) 7 DOOR SWITCH 3 FLOW SWITCH 11 FLOAT SWITCH 7 WATER LEVEL SWITCH 5 THERMOSTAT 140F 9 THERMOSTAT 161F 6 current path

f5 h1 m1 m2 m3 r1 s2 u

12 4 6 10 8 12 5 current path

DIAGRAM #33

c/u 1 737 203 858 1 739 911 201

SHU 30

SHU 30 Selector Switch b


b. b. b. b. b. b. 5b 3b

Timer u
RD-A2 h1 e0 a1
1 2 3 4 5 6

On / Off Switch a1 Door Switch e0


1 2 3 4 5 6

YE-f4
5a 3a

DIAGRAM #34

c/u 1 737 203 858 1 739 911 203

BU-l6-4
5 6b 4b 2b 3

GY-l6-1

8b

6a

8a

4a

2a

BK-m2-1 WHGN-b-1 VTBK-b-5 GYBK-e5-1


WHRD-l6-9 WHRD-A2 WH-l1-N WHVT-u-4 RD-l6-5 BK-l1-L1

VT-b-3 GYRD-b-2 GYRD-l6-8 WH-l6-3 WH-f4 GN-l6-6 GN-b-4 WHVT-a1-3


2

1M
WHRD-A2 m1

Float Switch e6
RD-l6-5
161F 4

Thermostat f4
YE-u-5b

Wiring Connector l6 Drain Motor m3


GYRD-m3-L1 GY-l6-1 L1 BURD-m2-2 BURD-s2 GYRD-l6-8 GYRD-e6-4
1 2

WHGN-u-4b GYRD-u-6b VT-u-8b GN-u-6a VTBK-u-2a WH-f4

Actuator (Dispenser) A2
RD-u-3b A2

WHRD-e0-1 GYRD-u-6b

WHRD-f5 BURD-m2 GYRD-m3-L1

GN-u-6a RD-a1-3 BU-u-5a WH-u-8a

GN-f3 RD-e6-1 BU-f1-1 WH-e5-2

WH-u-8a WH-b-6

WHRD-m1 WHRD-e0-1

GY-u-3 BU-l6-4

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Water Level Switch f1

GY-e6-2

Flow Switch e5
4

Ground PE
4 RD-r1
1 2

Water Solenoid s2
VT-f1-2
2 1 4

GNYE-PE-1 WH-f3 WH-l6-3 2 1 GNYE-r1 GNYE-m2 GNYE-PE-4

GNYE-r1

WH-f3 VT-s2

BURD-m3

Thermostats f3 & f5
f3 140F

Circulation Motor m2
WH-e5-2 WH-f1-4 1 GN-l6-6 2 3 BK-u-2b BURD-m3 BURD-l6-9

Electrical Supply l1

Heating Element r1

L1

BK-a1-4

WH-e0-2

f5 185F

WHRD-l6-9 RD-r1

1M

GNYE-r1

K1 GNYE-PE-1 GNYE-r1

PE-3

RD-e5-4 GNYE-1-PE-3 GNYE-PE-2 GNYE-s2 GNYE-m2 RD-f5

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

A B

High Limit

PRE-WASH
Timer Stop Circulation Motor

WASH W/ HEAT

PRE-RINSE

RINSE W/ HEAT

DRYING

A B

T I 2 M 3 E 4 R 5

Actuator Heating Element Drain Motor Water Solenoid Thermostat 161F Thermostat 140F Drain Motor

C O N T A C T S

a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b

Timer Motor 161F Thermostat Bypass

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

TIMER POSITION

WASH/RINSE 161 140 161 161

P P F F+U U U P+U P Stop F F+U U U U P+U P F F+U H+U+R H+U+R H+U H+U H+U U P+U P F P F F+U U P+U P F F+U H+U H+U H+U H+U+K H+U+K H+U U U U P T T T T T T P off off

OPERATION

30 30 f1+5 f1+55 60 60 30 30 (5) f1+5 f1+50 60 60 60 30 30 f1+5 f1+55 60 60 180 f3/f4+5 f3+5 230 30 30 60 60 f1+5 f1+55 240 30 30 f1+5 f1+55 60 60 f3+5 55 60 f4+5 45 5 5 60 240 240 240 60 60 60 60

TIME IN SECONDS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

Power Scrub Regular Rinse & Hold

P 161F/161F R O 140F/161F G R A M

WASH STALL

RINSE STALL

OPERATION KEY R = DETERGENT DISPENSING K = RINSEAID DISPENSING T = DRYING

DIAGRAM #35

c/u 1 737 203 858 1 739 911 202

P F U H

= DRAINING = FILLING = CIRCULATION = HEATING

SHU 30

f2-f4

e3
l4
1

NTC X2 e0 a1
I2.8 I2.1-1 I2.1-2
3 5 6 4 1 2

DIAGRAM #36

1 739 911 198

1 3 2 1

X1
I2.9

I2.6-

I2.5-

Control Module I2

I2.1-3
2

L1

I2.7-1

I2.23 4

I2.4-

I2.4-1

I2.7-2

I2.4-2

185F s2 f5

1 4

A2 f1
1 1 2 4

A1 o2 r1 e6 m3 e5
F

m2

Symbol Key

Symbol Key

permanent split capacitor motor (m2) SHI 43/68 and SHU 43/53/68
L

a1 A1 A2 e0 e3 e5 e6 f1 f5 dependent on equipment

ON/OFF SWITCH ACTUATOR (Upper Basket) ACTUATOR (Dispenser) DOOR SWITCH REED SWITCH FLOW SWITCH FLOAT SWITCH WATER LEVEL SWITCH HIGH LIMIT 185F

l4 m2 m3 NTC r1 s2 X1 X2

AQUA SENSOR CIRCULATION MOTOR DRAIN MOTOR TEMPERATURE SENSOR HEATING ELEMENT WATER SOLENOID JUMPER SERVICE CONNECTOR

1M N

A B

contacts 56 are momentary they reset the control module & actuate the test program

SHI/SHU 43
.7
4 GNYE-PE-1
1 2

Control Module l2 Ground PE

.1
2 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

.2 .5
2 GNYE-r1
x1

.4
2 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

.6 .9
1 GNYE-m2 GNYE-PE-4

.5

3 2 1

A B

BU-A2 BU-A2

BN-l5-1 BN-l5-2

WH a1-5 BK-l2.7-1 WH-e0-1

WH a1-6 WH l6-3 BU-l6-6 BU-l6-7 BU-l6-8 BU-l6-9

On/Off Switch a1 Door Switch e0


BK-l2.1-2 GYBK-a1-3 RD-l6-1

1 1

BN-l5-5 BN-l5-6 BN-l5-7

e0

1 2 3 4 5 6

Wiring Connectors I5 & I6


GN-NTC GN-NTC BN-l2.5-7 BN-l2.5-6

Water Level Switch f1 NTC f2 & f4 / Thermostat f5


NTC

RD-e6-1 GN-l5-1 GN-l5-2 BU-l6-7


f2-f4

Actuator (Dispenser) A2
BU-l2.2-1 A2 BU-l2.2-2 RD-f5 WH-e6-1

WH-l2.1-1 WHRD-e5-1 WH-l1-N GYBK-l2.7-1 BK-l1-L1 WH-l2.1-3 WH-l6-2 WH-l2.4-8

1 f5

BN-l2.5-3 1 BN-l2.5-2 1 BN-l2.5-1 1

P
RD-l6-1 RD-r1
185F

l5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

High Limit Water Solenoid s2


1 GNYE-r1 VT-l6-6 WH-e6-2
1M

Circulation Motor m2
BK-l6-8 WHVT-m3 2 3 WHVT-e5 VT-s2 BU-f1-4 BK-m2-1 GYRD-m3-L1 K4 GNYE-PE-1 GNYE-r1

RD-l2.7-2 WH-a1-6 WH-l2.4-7 1

Float switch e6

RD-f1-1 WH-l6-2

l6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

BU-l2.4-4 BU-l2.4-3 BU-l2.4-2 BU-l2.4-1

GYRD-m3-L1

WH-s2

Electrical Supply l1

Heating Element r1

Flow Switch e5
2 1 4

Drain Motor m3

L1

BK-a1-4

WH-e0-2

RD-r1 WHRD-e0-1 WHVT-m2-3

L1

GYRD-e6-4 GYRD-l6-9 WHVT-m2-2

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK RD-e5-4 GNYE-l1-PE-3 GNYE-PE-2 GNYE-s2 GNYE-m2 RD-f5

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

GNYE-r1

DIAGRAM #37

1 739 911 220

PE-3

1 may exist without function

Control Module l2 Ground PE


4 YE-l2.6-2 YE-l2.6-1 2 GNYE-r1 GNYE-PE-1

Reed Switch e3
N

SHU 53
.7 .2
2 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

.1 .5
S 1
BU-A2 BU-A2 BU-l6-6 BU-l6-7 BU-l6-8 BU-l6-9 YE-e3 YE-e3 BN-l5-1 BN-l5-2 BN-l5-5 BN-l5-6 BN-l5-7
x1

.4
2 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

1 2

.6 .9

.5

DIAGRAM #38

1 739 911 205

3 2 1

GNYE-m2 GNYE-PE-4

WH a1-5 BK-l2.7-1 WH-e0-1

WH a1-6 WH l6-3

On/Off Switch a1 Door Switch e0


1 GN-NTC GN-NTC

e0

BK-l2.1-2 GYBK-a1-3 RD-l6-1

Wiring Connectors I5 & I6


BN-l2.5-7 BN-l2.5-6

1 2 3 4 5 6

Water Level Switch f1


RD-e6-1
NTC

NTC f2 & f4 / Thermostat f5 Aqua Sensor l4


GN-l5-1
3 2 1

1 2

BU-l6-7 GN-l5-2
f5

f2-f4

BN-l4-3 BN-l4-2 BN-l4-1

l5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

BN-l2.5-3 BN-l2.5-2 BN-l2.5-1

WH-l2.1-1 WHRD-e5-1 WH-l1-N GYBK-l2.7-1 BK-l1-L1 WH-l2.1-3 WH-l6-2 WH-l2.4-8

P
RD-l6-1 RD-r1

Water Solenoid s2
VT-l6-6

BN-l5-5 BN-l5-6 BN-l5-7

High Limit
185F

RD-f5 WH-e6-1

RD-l2.7-2 WH-a1-6 WH-l2.4-7 1

GNYE-r1

Circulation Motor m2
BK-l6-8 WHVT-m3 1 WHVT-e5 2 3

WH-e6-2

Float Switch e6

VT-s2 BU-f1-4 BK-m2-1 GYRD-m3-L1

l6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

BU-l2.4-4 BU-l2.4-3 BU-l2.4-2 BU-l2.4-1

RD-f1-1 WH-l6-2
1M

Actuator (Dispenser) A2
K4 A2 GNYE-PE-1 GNYE-r1 BU-l2.2-2 BU-l2.2-1

GYRD-m3-L1

WH-s2

Heating Element r1

Electrical Supply l1

Flow Switch e5
2 1 4

Drain Motor m3

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK RD-r1 WHRD-e0-1 WHVT-m2-3 L1 GYRD-e6-4 GYRD-l6-9 WHVT-m2-2 RD-e5-4 GNYE-l1-PE-3 GNYE-PE-2 GNYE-s2 GNYE-m2 RD-f5

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

L1

BK-a1-4

WH-e0-2

GNYE-r1

A B
1 may exist without function

PE-3

SHI/SHU 68
.7
N YE-l2.6-2 4 YE-l2.6-1 2 GNYE-r1
1 2

Control Module l2 Reed Switch e3


GNYE-PE-1

Ground PE

.1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

.2 .5
S
2 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

.4 .9

.6

.5

3 2 1

2 1

A B

BU-A2 BU-A2

YE-e3 YE-e3

On/Off Switch a1 Door Switch e0 Aqua Sensor l4


1
BU-l6-6 BU-l6-7 BU-l6-8 BU-l6-9 BN-l5-1 BN-l5-2 BN-l5-5 BN-l5-6 BN-l5-7 WH a1-6 WH l6-3 BK-l2.1-2 GYBK-a1-3 RD-l6-1
3 2 1

GNYE-m2 GNYE-PE-4

1 2 3 4 56

WH a1-5 BK-l2.7-1 WH-e0-1

e0

Wiring Connectors I5 & I6


GN-NTC GN-NTC BN-l2.5-7 BN-l2.5-6

RD-e6-1
NTC

GN-l5-1 GN-l5-2

f2-f4

BN-l5-5 BN-l5-6 BN-l5-7

Water Level Switch f1

NTC f2 & f4 / Thermostat f5

WH-l2.1-1 WHRD-e5-1 WH-l1-N GYBK-l2.7-1 BK-l1-L1 WH-l2.1-3 WH-l6-2 WH-l2.4-8

1 f5

BU-l6-7 RD-l6-1 RD-r1

BN-l4-3 BN-l4-2 BN-l4-1

Actuators A1 & A2
upper basket wash WH-l6-2 RD-e6-1 GY-l6-3 RD-f5 WH-A1 GY-A1

l5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

BN-l2.5-3 BN-l2.5-2 BN-l2.5-1

Water Solenoid s2 A1 Circulation Motor m2


VT-l6-6 WH-e6-2 BK-l6-8 WHVT-m3 1 2 3 WHVT-e5

High Limit
185F

RD-l2.7-2 WH-a1-6 WH-l2.4-7

GNYE-r1

detergent dispenser BU-l2.2-1

Float Switch e6

A2
BU-l2.2-2

VT-s2 BU-f1-4 BK-m2-1 GYRD-m3-L1

l6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

BU-l2.4-4 BU-l2.4-3 BU-l2.4-2 BU-l2.4-1

RD-f1-1 RD-A1
1M

GYRD-m3-L1 K4

WH-s2

GNYE-PE-1 GNYE-r1

Heating Element r1

Flow Switch e5

Electrical Supply l1
1 4 2

Drain Motor m3

L1

BK-a1-4

RD-r1 WHRD-e0-1 WHVT-m2-3

L1

GYRD-e6-4 GYRD-l6-9 WHVT-m2-2

WH-e0-2

GNYE-r1

RD-e5-4 GNYE-l1-PE-3 GNYE-PE-2 GNYE-s2 GNYE-m2 RD-f5

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

DIAGRAM #39

1 739 911 199

PE-3

DIAGRAM #40
1 739 911 152

A B
DURATION COMMENTS

SHI/U 43--, 53-- or 68-- DISHWASHER DIAGNOSTIC TEST PROGRAM


FUNCTION*

Draining

30 seconds Not used on SHI/U 43-This function cant be bypassed

Aqua Sensor 65 seconds (Sensotronic) Calibration Filling Heating & Circulating Draining
To bypass a function:

Until Water Level Switch (f1) closes 60 seconds


SHI/U 43-- models SHI/U 53--/68-- models

Until water temperature reaches 150F (65C) Dispenser Actuator energizes

Press the SCRUB WASH button Press the REGULAR WASH button.

SHI/U 43-- MODELS


To begin the test program, press both the POWER SCRUB PLUS and REGULAR WASH buttons at the same time as you turn the unit on by pressing the ON/OFF button. When the buttons are released, the LEDs above them will begin flashing. To end the test program or test cycle, press the ON/OFF button. To check the LED indicator lamps (WASH, RINSE/DRY and CLEAN status lights and the SCRUB WASH program light), press the SCRUB WASH button. To start the test cycle, press both the POWER SCRUB PLUS and REGULAR WASH buttons a second time. When the test cycle has completed and a fault was detected, the following indicator LEDs will be illuminated. WASH RINSE/DRY CLEAN = = = Heating fault Filling fault NTC (temperature sensor) fault

SHU 53-- or SHI/U 68-- MODELS


To begin the test program, press both the SCRUB WASH and DELICATE/ECONO wash program buttons at the same time as you turn the unit on by pressing the ON/OFF button. Initially, the control unit version number will appear in the display (e.g./ 20 = version 20, 21 = version 21, etc.). When the wash program buttons are released, the LEDs above them will begin flashing. To end the test program or test cycle, press the ON/OFF button. To check the wash program LED, press its corresponding button. To check the Cycle Countdown display, Refill Rinse Agent LED and REGULAR WASH button LED, press the REGULAR WASH button (press the DELAY START button to test the Cycle Countdown display alone). The Cycle Countdown display should show 88 when the DELAY START button is pressed and 8h when the REGULAR WASH button is pressed. To start the test cycle, press both the SCRUB WASH and DELICATE/ECONO buttons a second time. When the test cycle has completed, the Cycle Countdown display will indicate a fault using the codes below. If a combination of faults exists, the code numbers will be added together, (e.g./ 6 = faults 2 + 4). 0 = No faults 1 = Aqua Sensor (Sensotronic) fault 2 = Heating fault 4 = Filling fault 8 = NTC (temperature sensor) fault If the refill rinse agent sensor (reed switch e3) has failed (open circuited), the display will show 0 throughout the test cycle. If the water level switch (f1) has failed (open circuited), the display will show fault code 4 and the unit will continually fill and drain where the test cycle wont be completed. If the flow switch (e5) has failed (open circuited), the display will show 0 throughout the test cycle, the water will not heat (to 150F) and the unit wont stop circulating. If the NTC probe (f2/f4) has failed (open circuited), the display will show fault code 8 immediately and the test cycle will end shortly after the unit has started circulating.

L1 e6
2 b b a a 5 6 1 a a b b 4 1

a1

u6

u8

u2 u4

u5 u3
3 b b 4 a

A B

b2 b1 b3

f1
4

161F 140F f4 f3 e5
F 2 1 4

h1

permanent split capacitor motor (m2)


L

A2
1M 1M 1M

PTC

r1
1M

s2 m1 m3 m2

185F f5

e0

N
6 7 8 9

1 10 11 12

1 2 current path

Symbol Key

Symbol Key

Selector Switch Contacts POWER SCRUB REGULAR ECONOMY RINSE & HOLD b1 & b3 b1 & b2 & b3 b1 & b2 b3

a1 A2 e0 e5 e6 f1 f3 f4 f5 h1 m1 m2 m3 r1 s2 u HIGH LIMIT 185F ON/OFF LAMP TIMER MOTOR CIRCULATION MOTOR DRAIN MOTOR HEATING ELEMENT WATER SOLENOID TIMER CONTACTS

MAIN SWITCH 2 ACTUATOR (Dispenser) 7 DOOR SWITCH 3 FLOW SWITCH 11 FLOAT SWITCH 7 WATER LEVEL SWITCH 5 THERMOSTAT 140F 9 THERMOSTAT 161F 6 current path

12 4 6 10 8 12 5 current path

DIAGRAM #41

SHU 40

Timer u Selector Switch b


b. b. b. b. b. b. 5b 3b

On / Off Switch a1 Door Switch e0


RD-A2 h1 e0 a1
1 2 3 4 5 6

SHU 40
5a 3a

BKBU-f4 1 2 3 4 5 6

DIAGRAM #42

BU-l6-4
5 6b 4b 2b 3

GY-l6-1

8b

8a

6a

4a

2a

BK-m2-1 WHGN-b-1 VTBK-b-5 GYBK-e5-1


WHRD-l6-9 WHRD-A2 WH-l1-N WHVT-u-4 RD-l6-5 BK-l1-L1

BNBK-b-3 GYRD-b-2 GYRD-l6-8 WH-l6-3 WH-f4 GN-l6-6 GN-b-4 WHVT-a1-3


2

1M
WHRD-A2 m1

Float Switch e6 Drain Motor m3


RD-l6-5
161F 4

Thermostat f4
BKBU-u-5b WH-u-8a WH-b-6

Wiring Connector l6
GYRD-m3-L1 GY-l6-1 RD-u-3b WHRD-m1 WHRD-e0-1 L1 BURD-m2-2 BURD-s2 GYRD-l6-8 GYRD-e6-4
1 2

WHRD-e0-1 GYRD-u-6b

WHRD-f5 BURD-m2 GYRD-m3-L1

GN-u-6a RD-a1-3 BU-u-5a WH-u-8a

GN-f3 RD-e6-1 BU-f1-1 WH-e5-2

GY-u-3 BU-l6-4

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Water Level Switch f1

GY-e6-2

Flow Switch e5
GYBK-u-4a
4

WHGN-u-4b GYRD-u-6b BNBK-u-8b GN-u-6a VTBK-u-2a WH-f4

Actuator A2

Ground PE
4 WHGN-r1
1 2

Water Solenoid s2
VT-f1-2
2 1 4

GNYE-PE-1 WH-f3 WH-l6-3 2 GNYE-r1

GNYE-r1

WH-f3 VT-s2

BURD-m3

GNYE-m2 GNYE-PE-4

Thermostats f3 & f5
f3 140F

Circulation Motor m2
WH-e5-2 WH-f1-4 GN-l6-6 1 2 3 BK-u-2b BURD-m3 BURD-l6-9

Electrical Supply l1

Heating Element r1

L1

BK-a1-4

WH-e0-2

GNYE-r1

f5 185F

WHRD-l6-9 RD-r1

1M

K1 GNYE-PE-1 GNYE-r1

A B

PE-3

WHGN-e5-4 GNYE-1-PE-3 GNYE-PE-2 GNYE-s2 GNYE-m2 RD-f5

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

PRE-WASH
Timer Stop Circulation Motor

WASH W/ HEAT

PRE-RINSE

RINSE W/ HEAT

DRYING

A B

T I 2 M 3 E 4 R 5
Actuator Heating Element Drain Motor Water Solenoid Thermostat 161F Thermostat 140F Drain Motor

C O N T A C T S

a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b

Timer Motor 161 Thermostat Bypass

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

TIMER POSITION

WASH/RINSE 161 140 140 161 161 161

P P F F+U U U P+U P Stop F F+U U U U P+U P F F+U H+U+R H+U+R H+U H+U H+U U P+U P F P F F+U U P+U P F F+U H+U H+U H+U H+U+K H+U+K H+U U U U P T T T T T T P off off

OPERATION

30 30 f1+5 f1+55 60 60 30 30 (5) f1+5 f1+50 60 60 60 30 30 f1+5 f1+55 60 60 180 f3/f4+5 f3+5 230 30 30 60 60 f1+5 f1+55 240 30 30 f1+5 f1+55 60 60 f3+5 55 60 f4+5 45 5 5 60 240 240 240 60 60 60 60

TIME IN SECONDS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

Power Scrub Regular Economy Rinse & Hold

P 161F/161F R O 140F/161F G 140F/161F R A M

WASH STALL

RINSE STALL

OPERATION KEY R = DETERGENT DISPENSING K = RINSEAID DISPENSING T = DRYING

DIAGRAM #43

P F U H

= DRAINING = FILLING = CIRCULATION = HEATING

SHU 40

X1-L2
4 X11-4.8 X11-3.3 X2.4 X2.7 X11-3.8 X11-3.5

X11-1.4

X11-1.3

Q4 K3
31 36

X11-1.2

K8 P B3
32 X11-4.8 X11-3.4 X11-3.7 X11-3.6 X2.5 X2.8 X11-4.5 34 X11-4.7

List of Components
G

Current Path

DIAGRAM #44

B33 5008 AA2

F3
X11-5.2 X11-4.9

M2 M

2 23

K2 K2
24 X11-5.1 X11-4.10

M M3 1 K5 J1
X11-3.9 X2.3 X11-4.2 X11-4.4 X11-3.2

Z1 E1
14 X11-5.3 X11-5.4

H1 S F7 Y3 M2
X2.2 X11-3.10 X11-4.1 X11-4.3 X11-3.1 (X11-3.11) (X2.1)

X11-1.5

Y2

YR

14.2

12

B2
11

K7

K13

K10

K9

K11

K6

Q4
X11-5.5

X11-1.1

X1-L1 V5 R1
X11-2.1 X11-2.3

X11-6.1 X11-6.5

5 pol. Level < 1 Level 2 L1

X11-8.1 L2* L2

N1 Control Board

19 pol.

B2 B3 E1 F3 F7 H1 K2 K3 K5 K6 K7 K8 K9 K10 K11 K13 M2 M3 N1 N7 Q4 R1 V5 X1 X2 X11 X11-6 Y2 Y3 YR Z1

Pressure Switch Level 1 11 Pressure Switch Level 1 16 Heater 9 Door with Lock 8 Motor Overload 21 On/Off Lamp (Indicator Light) 4 Heater Relay 9,11 Heater Relay 11 Reversing Relay 23 Reversing Relay 22 Field Tap Relay 22 Relay Pump 13 Relay Main Wash 16 Relay Prewash 15 Relay Hot Water 18 Relay - Locking 8 Wash/Spin Motor 21 Pump Motor 13 Operating Module 2 Control Module On/Off Switch 4 NTC Temperature Sensor 11 Triac Motor Control 21 Power Terminal Block 1 Motor Connector Plug 20-23 Plug in Connection Control Module 5-23 Diagnostic Plug 9 Inlet Valve Main Wash 16 Inlet Valve Prewash 15 Inlet Valve Hot Water 18 Surge Suppressor 3

X11-8.19

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

Drum rotation right Drum rotation left

K5 off on

K6 on off

WARNING ! Always disconnect electrical power to the washer before beginning any service repair procedures.

A B

Connector module N7 Connector to electrical component

WFK 2401

On/Off Switch Q4
6 5 4 3 2 1 1 2 1 2 N L1 L2 L3 A N L1 L2 L3 1 2 1 2 1 1 2

N1 = 25 32mm N2 = 38 39cm Safety level = 48 49cm Safety level N2 N1 Pressure Switch PE N1 14.2 B2 P
P

H1 On/Off Lamp (Indicator Light) X1 Power Terminal Block

Z1 Surge Suppressor

N2 B3

A B

Heater Relay 5k 7k
12 14 11 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 36 31 34 32

Wash/Spin Motor X2.1 3 0.7 1.2 X2.2 3 0.7 2 X2.4 5 1.5 10 X2.6 7 14 20 K2 Heater 15 34 E1
14 24 23 13 b a 3 2 1 2 1

WFK 2401
F3 Door with Lock 300 1500 not actuated at room temperature
4 3 2 1 3 2 1

X11-4.54.8

F7 PE

M2

PE

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 2 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 1 2 3

X2 Motor Connector Plug

X11-3
L1 L1

K7 V5
< N1

K6 K3
L2*

X11-5
1 2 3 4 5

X11-1

10C 20C 30C 40C 50C 60C 66C 86C

8.5k 5.4k 3.5k 2.3k 1.5k 1.1k 0.9k 0.45k

L2*

10.6k 6.5k 4.3k 2.9k 1.9k 1.3k 1.1k 0.55k NTC Temperature Sensor K13
1 2 3 1 2 3 3 2 1 3 2 1

R1
L1

7 6 5 4 3 2 1

K5

X11-2

L2* L1

1 2

1 2

2 1

11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Inlet Valve Hot Water 3.5k 4.7k YR K11


J1

N7 Control Module X11-8

X11-4
L2*

70 100 Pump M3 K8

M 1

1 2

1 2

2 1

10 9

L1

Inlet Valve Main Wash Y2


L1 L1

B3-3136

4 3 2 1

8 7 6 5

N2 L2*

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

1 2

1 2

3.5k 4.7k K9 K10

1 2

1 2

4 3 2 1

4 3 2 1

N1 Operating Manual
1 2 3 4 5

DIAGRAM #45

3.5k 4.7k Y3 Pre wash

X11-6 Diagnostic Plug

Drum rotation right Drum rotation left PE : Side Wall Heater Motor Main Ground

K5 off on

K6 on off

B33 5018 AA1

R3 F1
3

S8 S10 V2 X20 X18

B10
P 2

DIAGRAM #46

518 5008 AA6

7 6 5

X11-1 X11-12
2 3 5

X11-2 X11-14
10 pol.

X11-5

L1

Q4 H8 N3 N1 / S2
5 4 6 4 1

X22 S9

Q4 X11-12

L2

PE

To WFK 2401 Outlet 3 3 4 4 5 5 4 6

X11-12 X11-1 X11-10

C1 X68 7 2 6 5 1

WTA 3500/ WTL 5400


X22

3 5

6 4 M 1

M4 M8
For WTL 5400 condensation dryers not on models without drum illumination

B9 E3 E2 R2
1

F7
M 1

Plug in Connection Module

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

List of Components
7 10 15 10 8 8 14 6 8 M8 N1 N3 Q4 R2 R3 S2 S8 S9

Current Path

List of Components

Current Path
Drum Motor 15 Operating Module 21 Power Switch 6-19 On/Off Switch 4 NTC Temperature Sensor 11 NTC Temperature Sensor 13 Selector Switch 21 Sliding Contact Moisture Sensor 19 Door Switch 6

List of Components
S10 V2 X2 X6 X11 X18 X20 X22

Current Path
Sliding Ground Contact Electrode Moisture (In Drum) Motor Connector Plug Connection Strip Heater Plug in Connection Module Connector Connector Power Connection Box 17 18 13-16 7-11 6-22 16 20 2

A B

B9 B10 C1 E2 E3 F1 F7 H8 M4

Overheat Thermostat Level Switch Condensated Water Capacitor Heater Heater Door Switch Motor Overload Illumination Pump Motor Condensate Water

Illumination H8
1 2 2 1 2 3 4

WTA 3500/ WTL 5400


On/Off Switch
1

NTC Temperature Sensor R3


2 1 5 2 3 2 1 3 4

Power Connection Box X22


1 2 3 4 5 6

Q4 S9
6 1

9k 11k (Bearing shield)

**

A B

1 1 2 1 2 1 2

15A

Door Switch F1 Moisture Sensors S8


3 2 1

2 1 2 3

15A

Level Switch Condensated Water B10


P
1 1 PE 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 2 2

PE S10 V2

To WFK 2401 Outlet

X18

X20

X11-12
7 2 6 1 5 4 3 2 1 L2* L1 2 1 2 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

X11-1

(X11-3) X11-2 X11-5

X11-14

3 5 4 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

N1 Operating Module N3 Power Module

X11-10

X6 M M4 110 136 1

Connection Strip Heater

** 22k 18k
Pump Motor Condensate Water C1 Capacitor
2 1 2 4 5 3 6 1 2 1 2

R2 NTC

Overheat Thermostat B9

For WTL 5400 condensation dryers

E3

E2

Heater

opens at 120 C (condens. drying) opens at 100 C (air drying)

**

not on models without drum illumination not on models without drum illumination

E2 700W = 71 E2 1300W = 37 E3 1800W = 27 Side Bag

76 42 31

Motor Connector X2 Plug

Motor Overload
M

F7

DIAGRAM #47

518 5018 AA5

Drum Motor M8

Condensation Air drying drying X2.2 - 3 19 25 25 29 X2.2 - 4 18 23 25 30

PE : Side Wall Front Wall Traverse Main Ground

e3 NTC
2 4 1 1

DIAGRAM #48

5600011178

X2 m2
1 2 1 2

f2-f4

e0

a1
I2.4-2
1 2 4 6 3

I2.6

I2.7-

I2.8-

I2.2-3 I2.2-2 I2.5-2


5

L1

Control Module I2

permanent split capacitor motor (m2)


I2.11 3 2

I2.3-

I2.4-1

I2.4-3

I2.5-1

s2
1

185F f5

1M N

A2 A1
2 4 1 1 2 4

r1 e6 m3
F

f1

e5
Symbol Key

Symbol Key

a1 A1 A2 e0 e3 e5 e6 f1 f5

ON/OFF SWITCH ACTUATOR (Upper Basket) ACTUATOR (Dispenser) DOOR SWITCH REED SWITCH FLOW SWITCH FLOAT SWITCH WATER LEVEL SWITCH HIGH LIMIT 185F

m2 m3 NTC r1 s2 X2

CIRCULATION MOTOR DRAIN MOTOR TEMPERATURE SENSOR HEATING ELEMENT WATER SOLENOID SERVICE CONNECTOR

SHU 99, SHV 43/48

A B

1 SHV 4803 only

On/Off Switch a1
.5 .2
1 2 3 1 2 1 2 3

Control Module I2 Door Switch e0 Reed Switch e3


1 N YE-l2.7-1 YE-l2.7-2

I2. .1 .3 .6
1 2 4 1 2 1 2 3 4

.4
GY-l2.2-3 VT-m2-3 S

2 1

.7

.8

WHRD-a1-1 WHRD-l2.2-2

1 2 3

1 2 3 4 5 6

A B
Ground PE

BU-A2 BU-A2

WH-I6-6 WH-I6-5 WH-I6-4

WH-I6-9 WH-I6-8 WH-I6-7

WHRD-e0-1 GY-e0-4

GYBK-a1-3 RD-l6-1

YE-e3 YE-e3 BN-l6-3 BN-l6-2

1 4

WHRD-e0-1 WHRD-e5-1 WH-l1-N GYBK-l2.5-2 BK-l1-L1

GNYE-PE-1

GNYE-r1

Water Level Switch f1


upper basket wash 1
NTC

NTC f2 & f4 / Thermostat f5


GN-l6-3 GN-l6-2
f5

Actuators A1 & A2
1 WH-l6-9 RD-e6-1 GNYE-m2 GNYE-PE-4

RD-e6-1
f2-f4

BU-l6-4

A1
detergent dispenser

GY-l6-6 BU-l2.3-1

Wiring Connector I6

P
RD-l6-1

High Limit
185F

A2
BU-l2.3-2

SHU 99, SHV 43/48

Circulation Motor m2 Water Solenoid s2


1 GNYE-r1 VT-l6-5 WH-e6-2
1M

Float Switch e6

BK-l6-8 2 3 VT-e0-2

RD-f5 GN-NTC GN-NTC BU-f1-4 VT-s2 1 GY-A1 GYRD-m3 BK-m2-1 WH-A1

l6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

RD-l2.5-1 BN-l2.8-2 BN-l2.8-1 WH-l2.1-3 WH-l2.1-2 WH-l2.1-1 WH-l2.4-3 WH-l2.4-2 WH-l2.4-1

RD-f1-1 RD-A1

GYRD-m3-l1

WH-s2

K4 GNYE-PE-1 GNYE-r1

Heating Element r1

Electrical Supply l1

Flow Switch e5
2 1 4

Drain Motor m3

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

L1

BK-a1-4

RD-r1 WHRD-a1-1 WHVT-m3

L1

GYRD-e6-4 GYRD-l6-7 WHVT-e5-1 1 SHV 4803 only

WH-a1-2

DIAGRAM #49

GNYE-r1

RD-e5-4 GNYE-l1-PE-3 GNYE-PE-2 GNYE-s2 GNYE-m2 RD-f5

5600011181

PE-3

DIAGRAM #50

A B
HBL 63

PR12-PRP

PR11-PRF

PR23-VRF

PR3-RGB

PR3-RGA

PR3-RSE

16CH/127

PR24-VR

CR-RGC

CR-RGD

BPI-BPU

PR3-RSI

PR21-L

PR3-C

F1-FP

FI-FF

1 1a

2 2a

3 3a

4 4a

5 5a

6 6a

7 7a

8 8a

10

11 12

13 14

15 16 16a

SW1
OFF BAKE BROIL SELF CLEAN

9a 10a -11a 12a 13a 14a

SW2
WIRE COLOR CODE R W BK BL BR GY Red White Black Blue Brown Gray 22 99 00 66 11 90 GN Green 55 69 09 29 49 W/BL White/Blue W/BK White/Black W/R White/Red W/Y White/Yellow

0 1 2 3

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

X X

X X X

NOTE: THE NUMBERS 14-16-18-20 INDICATE THE WIRE SIZE (AWG)

2CH/426 POS. 1a MSW TIMER MANUAL X

4CH/259 CSW

POS.

1 1a

2 2a

4 4a

O (OFF) >0500F SELF CLEAN X X

BE : Broil element, 1750W, 1750W C : Catalyst CF : Cooling fan CFT : Cooling fan thermostat CSW : Clean switch DRM : Door microswitch DWM : Down microswitch EDE : External down element, 400W, 600W EUE : External up element, 1400W, 1400W IDE : Internal down element, 1200W, 1400W IUE : Internal up element, 348W(111V), 348W(111V) LDL : Locking door warning light LDT : Locking door thermostat LM : Locking motor MSW : Manual switch OL : Oven lamp, 12V-20W ONL : On/Off warning light PR : Programmer PTH : Pyrolytic thermostat RB : Relay board ST : Safety thermostat, 68000, 77000 SW : Switch-commutator TB : Terminal block THL : Thermostat warning light TP : Test point TR : Transformer, 120V-12V, 40W UM : Up microswitch WTH : Working thermostat

POS.

I-U

W
BK 20

20 SW1 PR23 I PR12 PR11 PR24 F1 BPI PR21 CR VRF U PRP PRF VR FF FP BPU L RGC RGD RGA RGB PR3 C RSI 1 2 3 4 5 6 16 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 BR GY 18 18 18 W/R W/BL R 20 BL 18 18 16 BR 20 W/BL 16 W/R ONL (White)

MSW 1 1a E6 W/Y 20 R L

BL PR E3 E4 N
R 20

20 1a 2a 3a

20 ST1 21 24

W/BL DWM

16

E5 Connected for 208V Not connected for 240V


W/BL W/R

20 BR20 W/BK 20

4a 5a 6a 7a 20 GY 8a 9a

F1 L1

F2 CV

TB

1 18 2 18 Red Black 16 16 RB 16

BR

20 10a 11a W/BL 12a 13a

16 AWG 16 AWG 16 AWG 14 AWG

L1 L2 N

3 4

16

16 W/R

20

5 White 20 GN 14
20

1a W/R 1 CSW

W/BK

14a

20

SW1

5a BR

3 CFT 20

2 1 78 GY 20 CF W W/R 20 LDT W/Y 14

16a

RSE SW2

5 BR 20
20

BL
12V 120V

16 BE EUE IUE IDE EDE

16 DRM
20

2a

CSW C OL OL

TR 20 BL 16 34

GY

2 16

11 12

BR PTH 31
16 16

LDL (white)
20

4a 16 W/BK CSW

4 W/BL

16 WTH 16 BL ST3

20

20

20 W/R
20 20

LM 20

UM

W/Y

16

ST2

TP1

TP2

TP3

TP4

TP5

TP6

THL (red)

W/BL

16

20

16

BL

16

A B
HBL/HBN 64
PR12-PRP PR11-PRF PR23-VRF PR3-RGD PR3-RGB PR3-RSE PR22-MV PR24-VR CR-RGC CR-RGD BPI-BPU

DIAGRAM #51

20CH/17MZ

PR3-RSI

PR3-RV

PR21-L

PR3-C

1 1a

2 2a

3 3a

5 5a

6 6a

7 7a

8 8a

10

11 12

13

14 15

16

17 18

19 20

SW1
OFF CONV. ROAST CONV. BAKE CONV. BROIL THAW BAKE BROIL SELF CLEAN

9a 10a 11a 12a 13a

15a 16a

18a 19a 20a

SW2

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
WIRE COLOR CODE. 22 GN Green 99 00 66 11 90 W/BL White/Blue W/BK White/Black W/R White/Red W/Y White/Yellow

R W BK BL BR GY

Red White Black Blue Brown Gray

55 69 09 29 49

NOTE: THE NUMBERS 14-16-18-20 INDICATE THE WIRE SIZE (AWG)

2CH/426 MSW

POS. 1a TIMER MANUAL X

4CH/259

POS.

1 1a

2 2a

4 4a

CSW O (OFF) > 0500F SELF CLEAN X X

BE : Broil element, 1750W, 1750W C : Catalyst CF : Cooling fan CFT : Cooling fan thermostat CSW : Clean switch DRM : Door microswitch DWM : Down microswitch EDE : External down element, 400W, 600W ER : Energy regulator EUE : External up element, 1400W, 1400W IDE : Internal down element, 1200W, 1400W IUE : Internal up element, 348W(111V), 348W(111V) LDL : Locking door warning light LDT : Locking door thermostat LM : Locking motor OL : Oven lamp 12V-20W ONL : On/Off warning light PR : Programmer PTH : Pyrolytic thermostat RB : Relay board RE : Ring element, 2500W, 2500W ST : Safety thermostat, 68000, 77000 SW : Switch-commutator TB : Terminal block THL : Thermostat warning light TP : Test point TR : Transformer 40W, 120V-12V UM : Up microswitch WM : Working motor WTH : Working thermostat

FI-FP

FI-FV

FI-FF

POS.

I-U

20

W MSW BL PR 1a E6 W/Y 20 R L E3 E4 N
R 20

20 SW1 W/R 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 RGD RGA RGB C PR3 RV RSI RSE I U 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 SW2 W/R C 39
120V 12V

20 16 W/BL 1a 2a 3a F1 5a

BK

ONL (White)

20 ST1 21 24

DWM

PR11 PR12

PRF PRP FP FV FF

16

W W/BL GY 20

16

2a CSW ER W/R 18 P1 P2 BL 20 2

E5 Connected for 208 V Not connected for 240V


W/R

F1
W/BL

16

F2 CV

W/BK 20

L1

6a 20 7a BR 8a

PR23 PR24 PR21 BPI PR22

VRF VR L BPU MV RGC

7 BR 20

TB

1 18 2 18 Red Black 16 16 RB 16

BR

20

20

GY

9a 10a

W/R W/Y W/R W/BL R 20 18 18 16


18

18 R W/BK

WTH2

22

16 AWG 16 AWG 16 AWG 14 AWG

L1 L2 N

3 4

16 11a W/BL 12a 13a CR 21

20

20

5 White 20 GN 14

W/R
20

1a 15a 1 CSW 18a 19a 20a 16a

20 7a

3 CFT 20 BR 7 BR 20
20

2 1 78 GY W/R

W/BK BR GY

18 18 18
20

SW1

32 WTH3

16 RE BE EUE IUE IDE EDE

CF

20

GY 11 12 W
20 20

20

DRM TR

20 31 BR OL OL 20
M

W/M BL 16

LDT W/Y 14 W/R


20

LDL (white) W/BK LM BL 20 W/BL 16


M

BR WTH1 16 W/BK 12 14

16 34

W/R

20 UM

20
20 20

W/Y TP6

11
16

16 BL

4 CSW

BL 4a

16 ST3 BL

PTH 31
18

ST2 16

TP1

TP2

TP3

TP4

TP5

THL (red)

DIAGRAM #52

A B
PR23-VRF PR3-RGB PR3-RGA PRE-RSE PR22-MV PR24-VR CR-RGC CR-RGD BPI-BPU PR3-RSI PR3-RV PR21-L PR3-C FI-FV FI-FF I-U

PR12-PRP

PR11-PRF

FI-FP

1 1a

2 2a

3 3a

5 5a

6 6a

7 7a

8 8a

10

11 12

13

14 15

16

17

18

19

20

9a 10a 11a 12a 13a

15a 16a

18a 19a 20a

POS.

SW1
OFF CONV. ROAST CONV. BAKE CONV. BROIL THAW BAKE BROIL SELF CLEAN

SW2 TSW 16CH/112


DOWN OVEN MANUAL UP OVEN

1 1a

2 2a

3 3a

4 4a

5 5a

6 6a

7 7a

8 8a

10

11 12

13

14 15

16

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

9a 10a 11a 12a 13a 14a 15a 16a

L O R

X X X X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X

X X

PR12-PRP

PR11-PRF

PR23-VRF

PR3-RGB

PR3-RGA

POS.

1 1a

2 2a

3 3a

4 4a

5 5a

6 6a

7 7a

8 8a

10

11 12

13

14 15

16 16a

SW2
R W BK BL BR GY Red White Black Blue Brown Gray WIRE COLOR CODE 22 GN Green 99 00 66 11 90 W/BL White/Blue W/BK White/Black W/R W/Y White/Red White/Yellow 55 69 09 29 49

9a 10a 11a 12a 13a 14a

POS. CSW

1 1a

2 2a

4 4a

OFF BAKE

0 1 2 3

O (OFF) 4CH/259 > 0500F SELF CLEAN X X

BROIL SELF CLEAN

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
18 WTH 2 21 W/R

X X

X X X

NOTE: THE NUMBERS 14-16-18-20 INDICATE THE WIRE SIZE


ER W/R 18 P1 2 P2 R 18 22

14 WTH1 11 12

UPPER OVEN
R 20 R 20 BL 20 SW1 PR11 PR12 PRF PRP FP F1 16 BK 20 BL 20 BR 5a 6a 7a 8a 9a 10a
20 R 20 GY 20 20 20 TR

R 20

2a 3a

TSW 7a W 16 7 16 W 2a

CSW 2 BR
R

2 3 4

DRM GY
20

FV FF

20
20

5 6

W/BL GY

16 OL OL
20

RE
16

11 12 THL (Red) (Optional)

LDT 14

PR23 PR24 PR21 BPI PR22

VRF VR L BPU MV RGC RGD RGA RGB

7 BR 20 8 9 10 W/Y 20 W/R 20 20 39 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 W/BK BR GY 32 WTH3

CSW

BE EUE

LDL (White) 20 UM BL

20
M

1a

120V 12V

BL

PR3-RSE
BL

16CH/127

BE : Broil element, 1750W, 1750W C : Catalyst CF : Cooling fan CFT : Cooling fan thermostat CSW : Clean switch DRM : Door microswitch DWM : Down microswitch EDE : External down element, 400W, 600W ER : Energy regulator EUE : External up element, 1400W, 1400W IDE : Internal down element, 1200W, 1400W IUE : Internal up element, 348W(111V), 348W(111V) LDL : Locking door warning light LDT : Locking door thermostat LM : Locking motor MTB : Main terminal block ONL : On/Off warning light OL : Oven lamp, 12V20W PTH : Pyrolytic thermostat PR : Programmer RB : Relay board RE : Ring element, 2500W, 2500W ST : Safety thermostat, 68000, 77000 STB : Service terminal block SW : Switch-commutator TP : Test point THL : Thermostat warning light TSW : Timer switch commutator TR : Transformer, 120V12V, 40W UM : Up microswitch WM : Working motor WTH : Working thermostat

POS.

PR24-VR

CR-RGC

CR-RGD

BPI-BPU

PR3-RSI

PR21-L

PR3-C

F1-FP

FI-FF

I-U

LM
20

BL

12a 13a

CR

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
20

W/R R
16

34
20 16 20 20

IDE

PTH 31

GY

15a 16a PR3

C RV RSI

W/R

EDE

16 BL W/Y

16

18a
16

RSE I U

16

IUE

16

11a

11

W/BL

ST3

8 CFT 7
SW1

19a 20a

20 W/R W 1a GY 20 CSW W/BL W/R 18 18 1 20 TP1 TP2 TP3 TP4 TP5 TP6 20 20 W/R W/Y 20 W

TSW
W/BK

8a 20 BR 78 20
M

SW1 ST2
BK W/R

R 20 W CF

16

ONL (White)

16

7a

BR

14 AWG

16 BK TSW 20 6 12 W/BL
20

16 6a 12a 5a
20 R

MTB
20

GN 14 GN 14 6 5 16 4 L2 L1
CONNECTED FOR 208V

16 RB BK
R 16 BK W

5 11 14 13

11a 14a 13a 4a 3a 10a

20 W

N
NOT CONNECTED FOR 240V

F1 L1

20 GY

F2 CV E4

BK BK

16 BK

20

16 W/BL

16 3 2

W/BK 16
20 BL

4 3 10

E3

20

BL 20

E5

1 N PR
16

DWM
20 W

20

15 TSW

16 W/R

BL 24 20 21 ST1
20

15a

GN 14

3 2 STB 1

16
20

16

7
SW2

BR 20 78

CFT
20

W/BL 18 ONL (White) W/R 18 W 20

TP1

10 AWG

TP2

12 AWG 12 AWG

16

DWM BL 24 20 21 ST1

TSW 16 16a

20

BR

BR

BL

20

WM C

31

4a

TP3

TP4

TP5

TP6 20 UM LM BL

LOWER OVEN
2a TSW BL 2
W/R

7a 20 1a 2a 3a 4a BR 20
16

20

20
20

W
20

GY 20

20 SW2 PR23 I PR12 PR11 PR24 F1 BPI PR21 CR

BR

CF

W/R 12 LDT

W/Y
20

W/R 20 16 W/BL W 16 1a 120V 12V


TR

14 11

VRF U PRP PRF VR FF FP BPU

1 2 3 4 5 BR 20 6 7 8 OL W/R TSW 1 W 16 BE
BR 16 16 BL

W/Y GY BL LDL (White)


20

20

CSW 2a 2

4a

CSW W/R 4 20

5a 6a 7a 8a
20

DRM

OL

W/BK

WTH

EUE 9 C 20 W/R R W/BL 18 16 IDE BR GY 18 18 TLH (Red) (Optional) 20 1a CSW 1 EDE


16

9a 10a 11a
GY

RGD RGA

IUE

BL ST3

12 13 14 15 16

34 PTH 31 16 BL

20

ST2 W/BK

13a 16 14a PR3

RGB C RSI

16a
W/R

RSE SW2

W/R

20

W/R GY

20

W/R 20

11

16

16

L RGC

BR

10

4A

HBL/HBN 65

BL 20

A B
PR12-PRP PR11-PRF PR23-VRF PR3-RGB PR3-RGA PRE-RSE PR22-MV PR24-VR CR-RGC CR-RGD BPI-BPU PR3-RSI PR3-RV PR21-L PR3-C FI-FP FI-FV FI-FF

DIAGRAM #53

POS.

1 1a

2 2a

3 3a

5 5a

6 6a

7 7a

8 8a

10

11 12

13

14 15

16

17

18

19

I-U

HBL/HBN 66
20

POS.

SW1
OFF CONV. ROAST CONV. BAKE CONV. BROIL THAW BAKE BROIL SELF CLEAN

9a 10a 11a 12a 13a

15a 16a

18a 19a 20a

SW2

TSW 16CH/112
DOWN OVEN MANUAL UP OVEN

1 1a

2 2a

3 3a

4 4a

5 5a

6 6a

7 7a

8 8a

10

11 12

13

14 15

16

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
18 ER W/R 18 P1 2 P2 18 R 18 22 WTH2 21 W/BK

9a 10a 11a 12a 13a 14a 15a 16a

L O R

X X X X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X

X X

4CH/259
14 WTH1 11 12

POS.

1 1a

2 2a

4 4a

CSW

UPPER OVEN
R 20 R 20

O (OFF) > 0500F SELF CLEAN X X

BL BL SW1 20 PR11 PR12 PRF PRP FP F1 5a 6a 7a 8a 9a R 20 GY 10a 11a 12a 13a CR RGC RGD RGA RGB 15a 16a PR3 C RV RSI 18a 16 8 TSW R 19a 20a SW1 ST2 7 SW1 20 BR 16 BK R 16 78 20 7a BR
M

20 16 120V 12V TSW 7a W 18 7 16 W W/BL GY 20 BR 16 20 OL OL 20 W/R 20 W/Y 20 39 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 W/BK BR GY 20 W/R 20 W 1a GY 20 W/R ONL (White) CSW 20 W 1 20 W/R W/Y 20 W EDE 16 BL W/R W/Y 32 WTH3 31 20 BR W/BL W/R R IDE
M

TR

1a R16 2a 3a

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

2a

BL

BR

16 BK 20 BL 20 BR

20

FV FF

GY 11 12 THL (Red) LDT

20

DRM

16

PR23 PR24 PR21 BPI PR22

VRF VR L BPU MV

14

CSW

BE EUE

LDL (White) 20 BL TP6 TP5 W 20 W/Y 20 20 UM LM

BR 16

GY 20

BL 20

20

16

IUE 16

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 20

34 PTH 31

11

BL

20

WM

4a

20

20

RSE I U R

20

20

RE

20 TP1 TP2 TP3 TP4 TP5 MTB GN 14 GN 14 6 5 N L2 L1 CONNECTED FOR 208V NOT CONNECTED FOR 240V 16 4 16 3 2 1 GN 14 3 2 STB 1

CSW

8a CFT

W/BL 18 W/R 18 DWM 16 BK BL 24 20 21 ST1 TSW 16 16a

20 W CF

TSW 20 6 12 W/BL 20 5 11 14 13 W/BK 16 4 3 10 20 BL 6a 12a 5a 16

16

RB 20 BK 20 W R 20 20 F1 L1 20 GY F2 CV E4 BL 20 E5 E3 BK BK BR R 16

11a 14a 13a 4a 3a 10a

16 BK

16 W/BL

N PR 16

L 20 16 W/R 20 W

DWM 16 20 BL 24 20 21 ST1 15 TSW 15a

BE : Broil element, 1750W, 1750W C : Catalyst, 150W CF : Cooling fan CFT : Cooling fan thermostat CSW : Clean switch DRM : Door microswitch DWM : Down microswitch EDE : External down element, 400W, 600W ER : Energy regulator EUE : External up element, 1400W, 1400W IDE : Internal down element, 1200W, 1400W IUE : Internal up element, 348W(111V), 348W(111V) LDL : Locking door warning light LDT : Locking door thermostat LM : Locking motor MTB : Main terminal block OL : Oven lamp 12V-20W ONL : On/Off warning light PR : Programmer PTH : Pyrolytic thermostat RB : Relay board RE : Ring element, 2500W, 2500W ST : Safety thermostat, 68000, 77000 STB : Service terminal block SW : Switch-commutator THL : Thermostat warning light TP : Test point TSW : Timer switch commutator TR : Transformer 120V-12V, 40W UM : Up microswitch WM : Working motor WTH : Working thermostat

W/BK

10 AWG

14 AWG

20

LOWER OVEN
SW2 2a TSW BL 2 W/R 20 W/BL 20 1a 2a 3a PR11 PR12

BR CFT 10 78
M

W/R 18 ONL (White) W W/BL 18 20

TP1

TP2

12 AWG 12 AWG TP3

TP4 20 W/R 20 12 LDT

TP6

20
M

W/R

7a 20 SW2 BR

20

CF W/R GY 20

18 W/R

LM

20 UM BL

PRF PRP FP

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 W/Y 20 BR 20 32 WTH3 31 16 120V 12V TR

20 20 W/BL W 16 OL OL 1a TSW 1 W 16 12 RE 20 BR 16 P1 11 16 BL 4 16 WTH2 16 BL 4a 18 W/BK 21 22 CSW 18 P2 BE WM


M

14 11

W/Y GY BL DRM HDL (White)

20

F1 16 BK 5a 6a 20 BR 7a 8a W/BL 16 9a 10a PR22 16 11a GY 12a 13a CR PR23 PR24 PR21 BPI

FV FF VRF VR L BPU MV RGC RGD RGA

CSW 2a 2 WTH1 14 W/R 18 20

ER 2

11 12 13

W/BL W/R R

18 18 16

BR 16

20

IUE 34

ST2 W/BK W/R

16

15a 16a PR3

18a 19a 20a SW1

RGB 14 15 C 16 RV 17 RSI 18 RSE 19 U 20

18 W/BK BR GY W/R 20 18 18 18 TLH (Red)

IDE

31 16

EDE

BL

W/R 20

PTH

BL ST3

18

39 20 BR

EUE

WIRE COLOR CODE R


W/R 20 1a 1 CSW

Red White Black Blue Brown Gray

22 99 00 66 11 90

GN

Green

55 69 09 29 49

W BK BL BR GY

W/R 20

20 20 GY

W/BL White/Blue W/BK White/Black W/R White/Red W/Y White/Yellow

NOTE: THE NUMBERS 14-16-18-20 INDICATE THE WIRE SIZE

NOTE: Front edge, viewing bottom of cooktop.


N34.H

N31.H

SYMBOL KEY

H1
N4.P2

H4
2 3 4 N1.P2 N2.P2 N3.P2 N4.P2

L1 L2

DIAGRAM #54

N1.P1 N2.P1 N3.P1 N4.P1

17376866-011

H2
N33.H

H3 X7 GND H7
N1.P2 N4.S1 S1 S2 H7 N4.S2 N1.S2

N32.H

N31 N34
H4 S H P1 4A N1.4 E1.4 E10.4A S1 S2 N1.S2 N2.S2 4 4 N4.4 N31.4 2 2 N1.4

H10

N1

> >

P1 N31.S N33.S N4.2

E1 H10

4 4A

N1.4 N1.4A

S H1

N1.2 N34.S N32.S

E4

H7 X7.3 N31.2 X7.1 P2 4 P1

E1 E10 E2 E3 E30 E4 H1 H2 H3 H4 H7 H10 H30 N1 N2 N3 N4 N31

E10

N4
N34.4

N1.S1 N2.S1 H14 X7.4 N34.2A X7.2 N33.S

P2 4 P1

Element 1000W Element 1300W Element 1500W Element 1500W Element 800W Element 17 00W Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp On Lamp Dual Zone Indicator Lamp Dual Zone Indicator Lamp Regulator, Dual Zone Regulator Regulator, Dual Zone Regulator Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp N32 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp N33 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp N34 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp X7
S1 S2 N4.S2 N3.S2

Terminal Block

N33
N34.S S N4.P1 H H3 N3.2 N3.4 P1 4A 4 2 H30 N3.4A

N4.S1 N3.S1

N2
X7.3 N32.2 X7.1 N32.4

P2 4 P1

N2.S1 N3.P1

S1 S2

N2.S2

N32 E30 E3

>

N3
2 X7.4 N33.2 X7.2 N3.S1 P2 4 P1 4A H30 E30 4 N3.4 N3.4 N33.4 E30.4A

N2.4

E2

>

P1

N2.2

N31.S

H2

A B
NKT 72

L1 1

X7
S1 P> P> 2 P> 2 P> 2 S1 S2 S2 S2 S1 S1 P1 P1 P1 P1

A B

N1 N2 N3 N4

S2

N1

N2

N3

N4

S P1 N31 4

2 2

N31 H N32 N32 N33

N33 H N34

P1

P1

N34

P1

H1 E1
4 4A 4A

H2 E10 H10 E2 E3

H3

H4

H7

E30

4A 4A

H30

E4

N1
4

N32

4 4

N33

4 4

N3

N34
4

GND 3 L2 4
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

X7

N1

P2

N2

P2

N3

P2

N4

P2

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

SYMBOL KEY

CURRENT PATH

SYMBOL KEY

CURRENT PATH

SYMBOL KEY
N1 N2 N3 N4 X7

CURRENT PATH
Regulator, Dual Zone Regulator Regulator Regulator Terminal Block 9/15/17 10/21 11/23/25 12/29 1

SYMBOL KEY

CURRENT PATH
15 1 21 3 23 5 1 3 5 7 11 19 27

E1 E10 E2 E3 E30 E4 H1 H2 H3 H4 H7 H10 H30 Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp On Lamp Dual Zone Indicator Lamp Dual Zone Indicator Lamp

Element Element Element Element Element Element

1000W 1300W 1500W 1600W 800W 1700W

15 17 21 23 25 29

DIAGRAM #55

17376866012

NKT 72

N31 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp N32 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp N33 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp N34 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp

29 7

NOTE: Front edge, viewing bottom of cooktop. L1


SYMBOL KEY
2 3 4 N2.P2 N4.P2 N1.P2 N5.P2 N34.H 1 N1.P1 N5.P1 N2.P1 N4.P1

N31.H

L2 X7 GND H7
N1.P2 N4.S1 S1 S2 H7 N4.S2 N1.S2

DIAGRAM #56

17376865011

H1
N4.P2

H4 H5 H3
N35.H N33.H

H2

N32.H

N31
2 N1.4 N1.4 E1.4 E10.4A S1 S2 N1.S2 N2.S2

H10

N34 E40 H10


N31.4

H7 X7.4 N31.2 X7.1 P2 4 P1

N1

> >
4A N4.4A H40 2 N33.S N4.2 H40 E40 N4.P1 H4 H S 4A 4 2 4 P1 N4.4 P2 4 P1

P1

E1

4 4A

N1.4 N1.4A

S H1

N1.2 N35.S N32.S

E4

4A

E1 E10 E2 E3 E4 E40 E5 E50 H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 H7 H10 H40 H50 N1 N2 N3 N4 N5

Element 1000W Element 1300W Element 1500W Element 1700W Element 1600W Element 800W Element 1000W Element 1000W Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp On Lamp Dual Zone Indicator Lamp Dual Zone Indicator Lamp Dual Zone Indicator Lamp Regulator, Dual Zone Regulator Regulator Regulator, Dual Zone Regulator, Dual Zone

E10

N4
E4

N1.S1 N2.S1 H15 X7.3 N34.2A X7.2 N33.S

N4.4 N34.4 E40.4A S1 S2 N4.S2 N5.S2 2

N31 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp N32 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp N33 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp N34 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp N35 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp

N2
N32.4

N35
H50 4

N4.S1 N5.S1 N3.P2 X7.3 N32.2 X7.2 N3.P1

P2 4 P1

X7

Terminal Block

N33
H3 S 2 4 N3.4 H P1 N35.S N34.S N3.2

N2.S1 N3.S1

S1 S2

N2.S2 N3.S2 2

N32
>
H S H5 4 4A N5.4 N5.4A P1 2

N2.4

N5.2 N31.S N33.S

N5
>

E5 E50

E3

X7.4 N35.2 X7.1

P2 4 P1 4A 4

N5.4 N5.4

E2

>

P1

N2.2

N31.S

H50
N35.4 N5.S1 N3.S1 N2.P2 N33.2 N3.S1 N2.P1 S1 S2

E5.4 E50.4A N5.S2

H2

N3
2 P2 4 P1 N32.4

A B
NKT 92

L1 1

X7
S1 P1 P> P> 2 P> P> 2 P> 2 S1 S2 S2 S2 S2 S1 S1 S1 P1 P1 P1 P1

A B

N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 N4

S2

N1

N2

N3

N5

S 2

2 P1 N31 4

N31 H N32 N32 N34 N33


P1 P1

N33 H N34

N35 H

P1

N35

P1 4

H1 E1
4 4A

H2 E10
4A

H3 H10 E2 E3

H4

H5

H7

E4

E40

4A 4A

H40

E5 4 E50

4A

H50
4A

N1
4

N32

4 4

N33

4 4

N34

4 4

N4

4 4

N5

GND 3 L2 4
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

X7

N1

P2

N2

P2

N3

P2

N4
19 20 21 22 23 24

P2

N5

P2

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

SYMBOL KEY

CURRENT PATH

SYMBOL KEY

CURRENT PATH

SYMBOL KEY
N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 X7

CURRENT PATH
Regulator, Dual Zone Regulator Regulator Regulator, Dual Zone Regulator, Dual Zone Terminal Block 9/15/17 10/21 11/23 12/25/27 13/31/33 1

SYMBOL KEY

CURRENT PATH
15 1 21 3 23 5 29 7 1 3 5 7 9 11 19 29 35

E1 E10 E2 E3 E4 E40 E5 E50 H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 H7 H10 H40 H50 Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp Heat Indicator Lamp On Lamp Dual Zone Indicator Lamp Dual Zone Indicator Lamp Dual Zone Indicator Lamp

Element Element Element Element Element Element Element Element

1000W 1300W 1500W 1700W 1600W 800W 1000W 1000W

15 17 21 23 25 27 31 33

DIAGRAM #57

17376865012

NKT 92

N31 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp N32 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp N33 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp N34 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp N35 Thermostat Limit Assembly High Limit Heat Indicator Lamp

31 9

DIAGRAM #58

DHD 865/965

WH BK Gear Motor

OR BK BK WH RD YE Blower Motor WH BU

GN

OR

BK = black RD = red YE = yellow GN = green BU = blue WH = white OR = orange

Switch Control Board (lower)

Chassis Ground

A B
Switchboard (upper)

To Remote Blower DHG 565 DHD 805/905 BK

A B

GN WH

N Gear Motor

WH

BK OR BK

L BK

G Triac Snubber WH BU BU

RD YE

GN

OR

BK = black

RD = red

YE = yellow

GN = green

Switch Control Board (lower)

BU = blue

Chassis Ground

WH = white

OR = orange

DIAGRAM #59

Switchboard (upper)

DIAGRAM #60
5602032576

A2

X2 SHU 33
I2.8

I2.2-

Control Module I2
e0

a1
2

Symbol Key

I2.1-1 I2.7-2 I2.1-2 I2.7-1 I2.57 6 2 3 5 6 3 4

L1

I2.4-

s2 f5
1M 1M

I2.4-

a1 A2 e0 e5 e6 f1 f5 m2 m3 NTC r1 s2 X2

ON/OFF SWITCH ACTUATOR (Dispenser) DOOR SWITCH FLOW SWITCH FLOAT SWITCH WATER LEVEL SWITCH HIGH LIMIT 185F CIRCULATION MOTOR DRAIN MOTOR TEMPERATURE SENSOR HEATING ELEMENT WATER SOLENOID SERVICE CONNECTOR

f1 m2 r1
F

f2-f4

185F

NTC permanent split capacitor motor (m2)


L

e6 m3 e5

1M N

A B

Control Module I2
.7 .6
2 1 2 1 2 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

SHU 33
.1 .5 .8

I2. .4 .2
1 2 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

A B

YE-A2 YE-A2

RD-l6-1 GYBK-a1-3

e0

Water Level Switch f1 NTC f2 & f4 / Thermostat f5


2
NTC

WH-a1-5 WHRD-a1-1

On/Off Switch a1 Door Switch e0


4

BU-I6-6 BU-I6-7 BU-I6-8 BU-I6-9 BU-a1-6

BU-I6-4 BU-I6-5

Ground PE
GNYE-PE-1

GNYE-r1

1 2 3 4 5 6

RD-e6-1 GN-l6-4 GN-l6-5


f5 4 2

BU-l6-7

f2-f4

GNYE-m2 GNYE-PE-4

RD-l6-1 RD-r1

Wiring Connector I6
RD-f5 WH-e6-1 RD-l2.7-1 WH-a1-6

WHRD-I2.1-1 WHRD-e5-1 WH-l1-N GYBK-l2.7-2 BK-l1-L1 WH-I2.1-2 WH-I6-2 BU-I2.4-1

Water Solenoid s2
VT-l6-5 WH-e6-2 1 2

High Limit
185F

GNYE-r1

Circulation Motor m2
3

Float Switch e6 Actuator (Dispenser) A2


YE-l2.2-1

BK-l6-8 WHVT-m3

RD-f1-1 WH-I6-2

GN-NTC GN-NTC VT-s2 BU-f1-4 BK-m2-1 WHVT-e5-1 GYRD-m3-L1


1M

l6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

BU-l2.5-7 BU-l2.5-6 BU-l2.4-5 BU-l2.4-4 BU-l2.4-3 BU-l2.4-2

GYRD-m3-L1

WH-s2 YE-l2.2-2

A2

K4 GNYE-PE-1 GNYE-r1

Electrical Supply l1

Heating Element r1

Flow Switch e5
2 1 4

Drain Motor m3
GYRD-e6-4 GYRD-l6-9 RD-r1 WHRD-a1-1 WHVT-m2-3 L1 WHVT-m2-2

L1

BK-a1-4

WH-a1-2

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

GNYE-r1

DIAGRAM #61

5602032576

PE-3

RD-e5-4 GNYE-l1-PE-3 GNYE-PE-2 GNYE-s2 GNYE-m2 RD-f5

L1 e6
2 4 b a b b a a

a1
5600 00 2809
1

DIAGRAM #62

u4

u6 u2

u5
b 2

135F f3 b1
1 a b L

permanent split capacitor motor (m2) u3 e5


F 2 4 1 N

f1
4

h1 f4 b3
5 4 3

149F

1M

s2 A2 m3
PTC

1M

r1 185F f5

1M

1M

m1

m2

e0

N
6 7 8 9

1 10 11

1 2 current path

12

13

Symbol Key

Symbol Key

Selector Switch Contacts POWER SCRUB REGULAR RINSE & HOLD b1 & b3 b1 & b2 b3

A B
SHU 3032/3036

a1 A2 e0 e5 e6 f1 f3 f4 HIGH LIMIT 185F ON/OFF LAMP TIMER MOTOR CIRCULATION MOTOR DRAIN MOTOR HEATING ELEMENT WATER SOLENOID TIMER CONTACTS

MAIN SWITCH 2 ACTUATOR (Dispenser) 9 DOOR SWITCH 3 FLOW SWITCH 11 FLOAT SWITCH 7 WATER LEVEL SWITCH 5 THERMOSTAT 135F 8 THERMOSTAT 149F 6 current path

f5 h1 m1 m2 m3 r1 s2 u

11 4 12 13 10 11 5 current path

SHU 3032/3036 Selector Switch b


5b 3b

Timer u
RD-A2 YE-b-1 e0 a1
1 2 3 4 5 6

On / Off Switch a1 Door Switch e0


1 2 3 4 5

BU-l6-4
5 3

5a

3a

GN-I6-6 GN-f3 h1 VT-b-3

GY-l6-1
6b 4b 2b

A B

BK-m2-1 GYRD-I6-8 GYBK-e5-1

6a

4a

WHVT-a1-3

WHRD-l6-9 WHRD-A2 WH-l1-N WHVT-u-4 RD-l6-5 BK-l1-L1

WH-b-5 WH-I6-3

2a

1M
WHRD-A2 m1

Float Switch e6
RD-l6-5
161F 4

Thermostat f3
A2 BU-b-2 GN-u-5b GN-b-4

YE-u-3a BU-f3 VT-u-3 GN-f3 WH-u-6a

Actuator (Dispenser) A2
RD-u-3b WHRD-u-m1 WHRD-a1-1

Wiring Connector l6 Drain Motor m3


GYRD-m3-L1 GY-l6-1 L1 BURD-m2-2 BURD-s2 GYRD-l6-8 GYRD-e6-4
1 2

WHRD-a1-1 GYRD-u-4b

WHRD-f5 BURD-m2 GYRD-m3-L1

Ground PE
6 GNYE-s2 5 4
4

GN-u-5b RD-a1-3 BU-u-5a WH-u-6a

GN-f4 RD-e6-1 BU-f1-1 WH-e5-2

GY-u-5 BU-l6-4

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Water Level Switch f1

GY-e6-2

Flow Switch e5
RD-r1
1 2

GNYE-PE-1 GNYE-PE-1 WH-f4 WH-l6-3 2 GNYE-r1

Water Solenoid s2
VT-f1-2
2 1 4

GNYE-r1 GNYE-PE-6 BURD-m3

WH-f4 VT-s2

Thermostats f4 & f5
f4 149F

Circulation Motor m2
WH-e5-2 WH-f1-4 1 GN-l6-6 2 3 BK-u-2b BURD-m3 BURD-l6-9

GNYE-m2 GNYE-PE-4

Electrical Supply l1

Heating Element r1

L1

BK-a1-4

WH-a1-2

f5 185F

WHRD-l6-9 RD-r1

1M

GNYE-r1

K1 GNYE-PE-1 GNYE-r1

PE-3

RD-e5-4 GNYE-I1-PE-3 GNYE-PE-2 GNYE-s2 GNYE-m2 RD-f5

BK BN RD YE GN BU VT GY WH PK

= = = = = = = = = =

black brown red yellow green blue violet gray white pink

DIAGRAM #63

5600 00 2830

High Limit

PRE-WASH
Circulation Motor Thermostat 135F Actuator Heating Element Drain Motor Water Solenoid Thermostat 149F Timer Motor

PRE-WASH

WASH W/ HEAT

PRE-RINSE

RINSE W/ HEAT DRYING

T I 2 M 3 E 4 R 5

C O N T A C T S

a b a b a b a b a b a b a b a b

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
TIMING KEY (TIME FOR SENSOR TO BE SATISFIED) f3 = 135 THERMOSTAT f4 = 149 THERMOSTAT

TIMER POSITION

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 f1 = WATER LEVEL SWITCH

WASH/RINSE 149 135 149 149 Power Scrub (High Temp) Power Scrub (Reg Temp) Regular (High Temp) Regular (Reg Temp) Rinse & Hold

P 149F/149F R O 135F/149F G 149F/149F R A 135F/149F M

P F F+U P+U P F F+U U P+U P F F+U P+U P F F+U U U P+U P F+U P F F+U+R U+H U U U U U P+U P F+U P F F+U U P+U P F+U P F F+U F+U F+U U+H F+U+K U+H P T T T T P

OPERATION

30 f1+4 56 30 30 f1+30 150 180 30 30 f1+4 56 30 30 f1+30 150 180 60 30 30 30 30 f1+30 150 f3/f4+4 176 1260 180 180 60 30 30 30 30 f1+30 150 180 30 30 30 30 f1+30 30 60 60 f4+60 180 60 30 90 180 180 180 30

TIME IN SECONDS

WASH STALL

RINSE STALL

OPERATION KEY R = DETERGENT DISPENSING K = RINSEAID DISPENSING T = DRYING

P F U H

= DRAINING = FILLING = CIRCULATION = HEATING

SHU 303X

#&'# ! $#

4 6# MAR GAID

FOR MODELS: SHI


4302 6802 6806 4306 6805

BOSCH
Dishwasher Repair Manual
Effective: December 1, 1998 1st Edition/Rev. 0-A

SHU
3002 3012 4002 4016 4026 4302 4312 5302 5305 5312 5315 6802 6806 3006 3016 4006 4022 4036 4306 4316 5304 5306 5314 5316 6805

SHV
4303 4803

BSH Home Appliances


2800 South 25th Avenue Broadview, Illinois 60153

Introduction
This Repair Manual is designed to assist you in the evaluation, diagnosis and repair of the current SHI, SHU and SHV model dishwasher series. To better understand these appliances, their operation and construction we suggest that you read this manual thoroughly before attempting any repairs.

All information is current at the time of printing.

Table of Contents
Description Page

Section 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Warranty / Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Model / Serial Number Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 7 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Section 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Operation, SHU 3002 / 3006 / 3012 / 3016 / 4002 / 4006 / 4016 / 4022 / 4026 / 4036 . Cycle Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operation, SHI 4302 / 4306 SHU 4302 / 4306 / 4312 / 4316 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cycle Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operation, SHU 5302 / 5304 / 5305 / 5306 / 5312 / 5314 / 5315 / 5316 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cycle Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operation, SHI / SHU 6802 / 6805 / 6806 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cycle Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Section 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Rack System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 21 Interior Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 25 Detergent / Rinse-Agent Dispenser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Washability / Drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

SERVICE REMINDER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Section 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29


Outer Door Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Door Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Dispenser Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Dispenser Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Fascia Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 35 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Section 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Base Components Front Accessible: Electrical Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Circulation Motor Capacitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Leveling Legs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Water Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Drain Motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 41

Table of Contents
SERVICE REMINDER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Description Page

Section 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Left Side Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Left Side Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Water Inlet / Discharge System Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46 47 Water Inlet / Discharge System Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Section 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Right Side Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Right Side Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 NTC Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 NTC Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 57 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

Section 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Tank Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 62 Base Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Circulation Pump / Motor Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Circulation Pump / Motor Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Heater Assembly Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Heater Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Aqua Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Door Spring Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

Section 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Wiring Diagrams / Schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(see Tech Manual) Test Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(see Test Programs)

Section 1
Description Page

Warranty / Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Model / Serial Number Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 7 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Warranty / Technical Specifications


Warranty 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd 5th Year 3rd 5th Year Parts & Labor. Parts only. Electronic Boards, parts only. Racks, parts only. This does not include rack wheels; silverware baskets or plastic shelving.

Lifetime Stainless Steel. Must receive a special authorization before attempting any repairs or replacement. Cosmetic items, Facia and Door Panels are only warranted against manufacturing defects. In the event of a scratch or dent have the customer contact the Customer Service Department. CUSTOMER SERVICE 800-944-2904 TECHNICAL SERVICE 888-522-6724

Technical Specifications
Electrical Requirements Rating Dedicated Circuit Total Amps (load rated)

120V / 60Hz 15 Amp 11 Amp

Water Supply Suggested Incoming Temp. PSI Min / Max Water Connection

140 f 20 / 60 3/8 Copper or Flexible Stainless Steel

Component Values Component Water Valve Drain Motor Circulation Motor NTC PTC (actuator) Heater

Ohms* 1K 16 10 55K at room temp. (75 f) 200 10.5

Amperage .75 1.25 9.75

Other Resistance decreases as temperature increases 1200 watts

*always disconnect both component leads before measuring for resistance. Electrical Warning: To avoid personal injury and/or property damage it is important that safe servicing practices and procedures are observed at all times. Disconnect the electrical service before attempting any repairs, and live tests are to be performed by experienced and qualified service personnel only.

Model / Serial Number Location

Fig. 1-1

Fig. 1-2

Located on the right hand side of the Inner Door is the Model and Serial number tag, Fig. 1-1. The Model and Serial numbers can be found on the left side of the tag within the black outline box, Fig. 1-2. The Model Number for this unit is SHU 5312 UC/U06. Located just under the Model Number is the ten-digit Serial Number. The Serial Number for this unit is FD 7801 123456.

Service note: A second Model and Serial number tag is located on the Base, see Section 5, Fig. 10-1.

Product Overview
The Bosch dishwasher utilizes a two motor system with separate Circulation and Drain Motors, and a Flow Through Heater controlled by a Flow Switch and NTC Thermistor. With some models also having the advanced logic feature of an Aqua Sensor turbidity measuring devise, Fig. 2-1. A two motor system allows each motor to be designed for a single function, thus reducing overall size and energy consumption. While also reducing operating noise. The Flow-Through Heater allows a shorter heating cycle since all water must pass through the Heater, increasing water temperature by approximately two degrees a minute. To protect the heater from dry fire, the Flow Switch will not allow the Heater to activate unless water is flowing. Water temperature is controlled by the NTC (negative temperature coefficient). As water temperature increases the NTC records the decrease in resistance. The Control Unit Logic Board measures this resistance change and allows the program to advance once the correct temperature (resistance level) is reached. The Aqua Sensor turbidity measuring device, which is available only on select models, evaluates the pre-wash water using a beam of light and a pick-up sensor. If the beam passes easily through the pre-wash water then no additional wash water is added. If the beam cannot pass through, then the pre-wash water is drained and a fresh fill is added for the main wash cycle. The heated water then advances through the system via a four level wash system that uses both an upper and lower spray arm as well as an overhead sprayer, Fig. 2-2.

Aqua Sensor NTC Flow Through Heater Upper Spray Arm Lower Spray Arm Flow Switch

Circulation Motor / Pump Impeller Cover

Drain Motor

Fig. 2-1

Product Overview
Overhead Spray

Coupling Upper Spray Arm

Feed Tube

Lower Spray Arm

Aqua Sensor Sump Flow Through Heater

Fig. 2-2

Notes

Section 2
Description Page

Operation, SHU 3002 / 3006 / 3012 / 3016 / 4002 / 4006 / 4016 / 4022 / 4026 / 4036 . 10 Cycle Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Operation, SHI 4302 / 4306 SHU 4302 / 4306 / 4312 / 4316 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Cycle Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Operation, SHU 5302 / 5304 / 5305 / 5306 / 5312 / 5314 / 5315 / 5316 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Cycle Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Operation, SHI & SHU 6802 / 6805 / 6806 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Cycle Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

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Operation
SHU 3002/3006/3012/3016/4002/4006/4016/4022/4026/4036

Fig. 3-1

Fig. 3-2

The SHU 30** and 40** are both mechanical units that operate using a basic Timer and Selector Switch. TO OPERATE EITHER MODEL, (a SHU 4006 is shown): Fig. 3-2. First select a cycle by pushing the corresponding Cycle Button in. The Cycle Button remains in the indented position until another cycle is chosen. Now, depress the On/Off Button until it locks in place and the On LED illuminates. Note: The On lamp will remain illuminated until the On/Off Button is depressed a second time turning the unit off. If the door is opened during the cycle, the On/Off Button will be reset to off and must again be depressed to re-active the unit. Fig. 3-1. Then, turn the Timer Knob slowly clockwise to the start position and release. You will hear the Drain Motor activate. The Timer Knob will continue to advance clockwise back to the twelve Oclock position until the cycle is complete.

Please note: During the Rinse & Hold Cycle the Timer Knob will only advance to the two Oclock position and then stop, indicating the end of the Rinse & Hold cycle.

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Cycle Chart
SHU 3002/3006/3012/3016/4002/4006/4016/4022/4026/4036

Type of dishware e.g. china, pots/pans, Non-delicutlery, cate glasses, etc. Type of food remains Soups, casseroles, sauces, potatoes, pasta, rice, eggs, roast or fried food a lot stuck on hard

Mixed

Delicate

Mixed

Soups, potatoes, pasta, rice, eggs, roast or fried food

Coffee, cakes, milk, salami, cold drinks, salads

Amount of food remains Condition of food remains

a lot

a little

a little

very little

loosely attached

Wash cycle Cycle sequence

Power Scrub Pre-rinse Pre-wash Wash 161F Rinse Rinse-aid 161F Drying

Regular Wash Pre-rinse Pre-wash Wash 140F Rinse Rinse-aid 161F Drying 78 6.55 24.75

Delicate Wash Pre-rinse Wash 140F Rinse Rinse-aid 161F Drying

Rinse & Hold Pre-rinse

Cycle details
Duration in minutes Water consumption in gallons Water consumption in liters

85 6.55 24.75

70 5.36 20.25

10 1.19 4.5

Shown above are the range of values that may be obtained while running the dishwasher under normal conditions. Actual values may vary. The actual cycle duration, water and energy usage are dependent upon inlet water temperature.

Delicate cycle not used on SHU 3002/3006/3012/3016

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SHU 4302/4306/4312/4316

Operation
SHI 4302/4306

Fig. 3-3

Fig. 3-4

The SHI or SHU 43** series operates using an electronic Control Unit. TO OPERATE: Fig. 3-3. First depress the On/Off Button until it locks in place. Fig. 3-4. Once the On/Off Button is depressed the LED above the previously used cycle will illuminate. To change the cycle, simply press the desired Cycle Button twice. The LED above that cycle will then illuminate. As the program advances the Cycle Progress LEDs will illuminate (wash, rinse / dry). When the cycle is complete the Clean LED will be illuminated. TO CANCEL A CYCLE: Press the Power Scrub Plus and Regular Wash Buttons both in at the same time. The unit will then drain and the Clean LED will illuminate.

Please note: If the door is opened during the cycle, the On/Off Button will be reset to off andmust be depressed again to re-active the cycle. The cycle will resume from where it left off.

H
SHI 4302/4306

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Cycle Chart
SHU 4302/4306/4312/4316

Type of dishware e.g. china, pots/pans, Non-delicutlery, cate glasses, etc. Type of food remains Soups, casseroles, sauces, potatoes, pasta, rice, eggs, roast or fried food a lot stuck on hard

Mixed

Delicate

Mixed

Soups, potatoes, pasta, rice, eggs, roast or fried food

Coffee, cakes, milk, salami, cold drinks, salads

Amount of food remains Condition of food remains

a lot

a little

a little

very little

loosely attached

Wash cycle Cycle sequence

Power Scrub Plus Pre-rinse Pre-wash 125F Wash 161F First Rinse Second Rinse Rinse-aid 161F

Scrub Wash

Regular Wash

Rinse & Hold

Pre-rinse Wash 150F First Rinse Second Rinse Rinse-aid 161F Drying

Pre-rinse Wash 140F Rinse Rinse-aid 161F Drying

Pre-rinse

Cycle details
Duration in minutes Water consumption in gallons Water consumption in liters

Drying 99 7.1 26.9 85 6 22.7 80 5.4 20.4 10 1.2 4.5

Shown above are the range of values that may be obtained while running the dishwasher under normal conditions. Actual values may vary. The actual cycle duration, water and energy usage are dependent upon inlet water temperature.

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Operation
SHU 5302/5304/5305/5306/5312/5314/5315/5316

Fig. 3-5
The SHU 53** series operates using an electronic Control Unit. TO OPERATE: Fig. 3-5. First depress the On/Off Button until it locks in place. Fig. 3-6.

Fig. 3-6

Once the On/Off Button is depressed the LED above the previously used cycle will illuminate. To change the cycle, simply press the desired Cycle Button twice. The LED above that cycle will then illuminate. The Cycle Countdown will display an approximate run time for the cycle chosen. This run time will depend on incoming water temperature and the turbidity of the pre-wash water. Note: It is normal for the Countdown Display to remain at a time increment for more than one minute, or skip a time increment depending on the calculations of the Control Unit. Also, with continued use the Control Unit will learn the wash and temperature patterns for the most commonly used programs and will then reduce the overall start and running times. At the end of the cycle the display will show a CL, indicating that the cycle is complete. TO CANCEL A CYCLE: Press the Scrub Wash and Delicate / Econo Buttons both in at the same time. The unit will then drain and the figure CL will appear in the display. DELAY START: The Delay Start feature allows the unit to be delayed for up to nine hours. To program, start the unit as described above, but after selecting a cycle push the Delay Start button. The display will show a 1h, or one-hour delay. Continue to depress the Delay Start Button until the desired delay time is reached (up to nine hours, 9h). The unit will begin automatically once the delay time has elapsed. To reset the delay, press the Delay Start Button until it reaches 0h. REFILL RINSE AGENT LED: The Refill Rinse Agent LED is activated via a Reed Switch on the Detergent Dispenser, Section 4, Fig. 8-3. The LED will illuminate when the Rinse Agent Dispenser is empty. Service note: F CODE: An F in the display window indicates a filling fault, see Section 6, Fig. 12-1 through Fig.12-6. Please note: If the door is opened during the cycle, the On/Off Button will be reset to off and must be depressed again to re-active the cycle. The cycle will resume from where it left off. The Refill Rinse Agent LED will also illuminate when the dishwasher door is opened and then closed even if the Dispenser is full, but will only remain lit for a few seconds.

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Cycle Chart
SHU 5302/5304/5305/5306/5312/5314/5315/5316

Type of dishware e.g. china, pots/pans, Non-delicutlery, cate glasses, etc. Type of food remains Soups, casseroles, sauces, potatoes, pasta, rice, eggs, roast or fried food a lot stuck on hard

Mixed

Delicate

Mixed

Soups, potatoes, pasta, rice, eggs, roast or fried food

Coffee, cakes, milk, salami, cold drinks, salads

Amount of food remains Condition of food remains

a lot

a little

a little

very little

loosely attached

Wash cycle Cycle sequence

Power Scrub Plus Pre-rinse Pre-wash 125F Wash 161F First Rinse Second Rinse Rinse-aid 161F

Scrub Wash

Regular Wash

Delicate/ Economy

Rinse & Hold

Pre-rinse Wash 150F First Rinse Second Rinse Rinse-aid 161F Drying

Pre-rinse Wash 140F Rinse Rinse-aid 161F Drying

Wash 140F Rinse Rinse-aid 155F Drying

Pre-rinse

Cycle details
Duration in minutes Water consumption in gallons Water consumption in liters

Drying 99 7.1/5 26.9/18.9 85 6/4.2 22.7/15.9 80 5.4/3.8 20.4/14.4 70 3.6/2.5 13.5/9.5 10 1.2/0.8 4.5/3.2

The Bosch Sensotronic will reduce water consumption by approximately 20%, in the case of lightly soiled dishes. When Top Rack Only feature is used the water consumption is reduced approximately 30%. Shown above are the range of values that may be obtained while running the dishwasher under normal conditions. Actual values may vary. The actual cycle duration, water and energy usage are dependent upon inlet water temperature and amount of soil on dishware.

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Operation
SHI/SHU 6802/6805/6806

Fig. 3-7
The SHI / SHU 68** series operates using an electronic Control Unit. TO OPERATE: Fig. 3-7. First depress the On/Off Button until it locks in place.

Fig. 3-8

Fig. 3-8. Once the On/Off Button is depressed the LED above the previously used cycle will illuminate. To change the cycle, simply press the desired Cycle Button twice. The LED above that cycle will then illuminate. The Cycle Countdown will display an approximate run time for the cycle chosen. This run time will depend on incoming water temperature and the turbidity of the pre-wash water. Note: It is normal for the Countdown Display to remain at a time increment for more than one minute, or skip a time increment depending on the calculations of the Control Unit. Also, with continued use the Control Unit will learn the wash and temperature patterns for the most commonly used programs and will then reduce the overall start and running times. At the end of the cycle the display will show a CL, indicating that the cycle is complete. TO CANCEL A CYCLE: Press the Scrub Wash and Delicate / Econo Buttons both in at the same time. The unit will then drain and the figure CL will appear in the display. DELAY START: The Delay Start feature allows the unit to be delayed for up to nine hours. To program, start the unit as described above, but after selecting a cycle push the Delay Start button. The display will show a 1h, or one-hour delay. Continue to depress the Delay Start Button until the desired delay time is reached (up to nine hours, 9h). The unit will begin automatically once the delay time has elapsed. To reset the delay, press the Delay Start Button until it reaches 0h. TOP RACK ONLY: The Top Rack Only feature can be used in conjunction with any cycle. To active, press the Top Rack Only Button after selecting a cycle, the Top Rack Only LED will illuminate and all water will be diverted to the upper wash arm for the complete cycle. REFILL RINSE AGENT LED: The Refill Rinse Agent LED is activated via a Reed Switch on the Detergent Dispenser, Section 4, Fig. 8-3. The LED will illuminate when the Rinse Agent Dispenser is empty. Service note: F CODE: An F in the display window indicates a filling fault, see Section 6, Fig. 12-1 through Fig.12-6. Please note: If the door is opened during the cycle, the On/Off Button will be reset to off and must be depressed again to re-active the cycle. The cycle will resume from where it left off. The Refill Rinse Agent LED will also illuminate when the dishwasher door is opened and then closed even if the Dispenser is full, but will only remain lit for a few seconds.

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Cycle Chart
SHI/SHU 6802/6805/6806

Type of dishware e.g. china, pots/pans, Non-delicutlery, cate glasses, etc. Type of food remains Soups, casseroles, sauces, potatoes, pasta, rice, eggs, roast or fried food a lot stuck on hard

Mixed

Delicate

Mixed

Soups, potatoes, pasta, rice, eggs, roast or fried food

Coffee, cakes, milk, salami, cold drinks, salads

Amount of food remains Condition of food remains

a lot

a little

a little

very little

loosely attached

Wash cycle Cycle sequence

Power Scrub Plus Pre-rinse Pre-wash 125F Wash 161F First Rinse Second Rinse Rinse-aid 161F

Scrub Wash

Regular Wash

Delicate/ Economy

Quick Wash

Rinse & Hold

Pre-rinse Wash 150F First Rinse Second Rinse Rinse-aid 161F Drying

Pre-rinse Wash 140F Rinse Rinse-aid 161F Drying

Wash 140F Rinse Rinse-aid 155F Drying

Wash 104F Rinse Rinse-aid 140F Drying

Pre-rinse

Cycle details
Duration in minutes Water consumption in gallons Water consumption in liters

Drying 99 7.1/5 26.9/18.9 85 6/4.2 22.7/15.9 80 5.4/3.8 20.4/14.4 70 3.6/2.5 13.5/9.5 30 2.7/1.9 10.5/7.4 10 1.2/0.8 4.5/3.2

The Bosch Sensotronic will reduce water consumption by approximately 20%, in the case of lightly soiled dishes. When Top Rack Only feature is used the water consumption is reduced approximately 30%. Shown above are the range of values that may be obtained while running the dishwasher under normal conditions. Actual values may vary. The actual cycle duration, water and energy usage are dependent upon inlet water temperature and amount of soil on dishware.

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Notes

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Section 3
Description Page

Rack System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 21 Interior Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 25 Detergent / Rinse-Agent Dispenser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Washability / Drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

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Rack System
Rack configurations for individual dishwasher models will vary. However, all Racks are constructed from a steel wire grid with a gray nylon outer covering.

Note:

Racks may discolor due to the water supply or types of food remaining on the dishes. We recommend that a vinegar wash be used to assist in removing these stains. Start the unit, and let run approximately ten minutes, then pour in two cups of white vinegar and let the unit complete the cycle, repeat if necessary.

Fig. 4-1

Fig. 4-2 On select models the Upper Rack is height adjustable. To adjust rack height, or to remove the Rack from the unit. Fully extend the Rack as shown in Fig. 4-2 Note how the Rack Rollers are designed to ride on the outside of the Rails for a smoother operation.

Fig. 4-3 With the Rack fully extended. Lift up on the Rack until the Front Rollers disengage from the Rail. Now bring the Rack out further and allow the Rear Wheels to disengage. Rollers: Rack Rollers are a press fit making for easy removal and replacement.

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Rack System

Fig. 4-4

Fig. 4-5

Attached to the Upper Rack is the Upper Spray Arm Assembly. The Upper Spray Arm can be removed from the Upper Spray Arm Assembly for cleaning or replacement by turning the Arm Nut counter-clockwise, Fig. 4-4. And then bringing the Arm down and off the Arm Assembly, Fig. 4-5.

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Interior Features

2 7

3 4 6 5

Fig. 5-1 Interior features for all model dishwasher covered in this repair manual are identical. Those features include: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Strike Plate. The Strike Plate is in a fixed position and cannot be adjusted. Upper Rack Rails and Guide Rollers. Door Gasket Lower Spray Arm Filter Basket Filter Screen Feeder Tube Assembly

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Interior Features

Fig. 5-2 The Upper Rack Rails are made of stainless steel with a plastic end cap.

Fig. 5-3 To remove the Rail, disengage the End Cap by applying outward pressure to the Caps top tab, unclipping it from the Rail. Then slide the Rail out from the Guide Rollers.

Fig. 5-4 The Upper Rack Guide Rollers are permanently attached to the Tank and cannot be removed or repaired.

Fig. 5-5 The Door Gasket is press fit into a channel molded around the Tank. Note: Two inches of overlap are left at each end of the Gasket to insure a proper seal.

Fig. 5-6 To remove the Gasket, simply pull it away from the Tank Channel. To replace, press the ribbed end firmly into the channel until secure. No sealant or glue is required.

Service tip:

To test for a bad Door Gasket, open the dishwasher door and insert a dollar bill, then close the door and pull the bill out. If the bill is snug the Gasket is good, if the bill slides out easily the Door Gasket may need to be replaced.

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Interior Features

Water Level

Fig. 5-7

Fig. 5-8

Fig. 5-9

Fig. 5-10

1
Fig. 5-11 Fig. 5-12

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Interior Features
Fig. 5-7 The operating water level of the dishwasher is at approximately the upper edge of the filter basket.

Fig. 5-8

The Lower Spray Arm is press fit into the Feeder Tube Socket. To remove the Arm, grasp the Arm Hub and pull up until the Arm disengages from the Socket. The Arm or Arm Socket can now be checked for debris.

Fig. 5-9

The Filter Basket is removed by turning it ninety degrees counter-clockwise.

Fig. 5-10 Then lift it out for cleaning. The Filter is a fine mesh of stainless steel and should be inspected and cleaned at least once a month.

Fig. 5-11 With the Filter Basket removed, the filter screen can then be lifted out. The Filter Screen is also made of stainless steel, and was designed with rolled ends to eliminate sharp edges. It too should be inspected and cleaned at least once a month.

Fig. 5-12 With the Filter Screens removed you now have access to the sump area. The Sump has a Drain Intake on the left, and the Circulation Pump Intake on the right. A removable cover, item 1, hides the Drain Impeller. To remove the cover, remove the single T-20 Torx screw and then lift the cover off. You may now examine the Impeller for any obstructions. The Feeder Tube Assembly allows water to flow to the Lower, then Upper Spray Arms and then to the Top Sprayer Head. It is replaced as a complete assembly by first removing the two T-20 Torx screws, item 2, at its base. Then bring the tube up and off the Sump Housing, and remove it from the retaining clip located on the rear wall.

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Detergent / Rinse-Agent Dispenser


Located on the Inner Door is the Detergent / Rinse Agent Dispenser, Fig. 6-1. The Dispenser Housing is one assembly containing three individual components. Rinse Agent Dispenser. Detergent Cup. Steam Vent. Note: Mechanical operation and removal of the Dispenser is shown in Section 4.

Fig. 6-1 To fill or adjust the Rinse Agent Dispenser, open the Rinse Agent Door by pulling up on the Door Latch. The Dosage Meter, item 1, is now visible. The Dosage Meter allows you to adjust the amount of Rinse Agent dispensed into the rinse stage of the cycle. The factory setting is three. There is also an eyepiece, item 2, that provides a visual indication as to the amount of Rinse Agent remaining in the Dispenser.

2 1
Fig. 6-2

2 1
Fig. 6-3

To the right of the Rinse Agent Dispenser is the Detergent Cup, item 1. Once detergent has been loaded into the cup, slide the Detergent Door, item 2, closed. When the door is fully closed press down on the door end to lock it.

2 1
Fig. 6-4

A white Locking Lever, item 1, will then extend. Once closed, the detergent door may be released by pressing in on the Locking Lever. With the Detergent Door closed the Steam Vent is now visible, item 2. During the drying stage of the cycle, steam is drawn through the vent and collects in a Condensation Tube.

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Washability / Drying
WASHABILITY There are four factors that play a critical role in Washability: Time, Temperature, Water and Detergent. It is important when attempting to determine the cause of a Washability complaint that all four factors be considered and tested. Time: The duration of the program is accurate (see cycle chart).

Temperature: The wash and rinse temperatures are within the desired range (see cycle chart). Water: Detergent: The unit is filling with the correct amount of water (Section 3, Fig.5-7) The detergent is fresh, and not being used in excessive amounts.

Please note: Other factors such as clean filters, a properly routed drain hose, water hardness and quality, as well as loading of items will also effect Washability. DRYING As part of an energy saving design Bosch Dishwashers do not activate the Heating Element during the Drying cycle. Instead, the dishwasher utilizes a rinse temperature of up to 161 Fahrenheit, and the addition of Rinse Agent to achieve a quality drying result. HOW THIS SYSTEM FUNCTIONS: During the rinse cycle water is heated to 161 Fahrenheit, this heat is transferred to the items in the dishwasher where it is absorb and stored. During the drying portion of the cycle all dishwasher items will then radiate the stored heat, thus evaporating any water that has collected on the items surface, burning it off and converting the liquid into steam. This process of flash drying is assisted by the release of Rinse Agent into the rinse water. Rinse Agent is a water softener that inhibits water from collecting or pooling, allowing it to be easily evaporated. The remaining steam is vented from the interior through the Steam Vent (Fig. 6-4, item 2) where it is then collected by, and drained from the Condensation Tube (Section 4, Fig. 7-5, item 2).

Service note: When confronted with a drying complaint, make sure the Rinse Agent Dispenser is full, and the rinse water temperature is within the desired range. Please remember that the unit will not dry without Rinse Agent.

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Service Reminder
From this point in the manual only the technical features and components of the SHU 5312 will be demonstrated. However, due to the overwhelming similarities between the model SHU 5312 and the remaining Bosch Dishwasher line, you will be able to easily diagnose and repair all current Bosch model SHU, SHI and SHV Dishwashers.

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Section 4
Description Page

Outer Door Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Door Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Dispenser Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Dispenser Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Fascia Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 35 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

30

Outer Door Removal

Fig. 7-1

Fig. 7-2

To remove the Outer Door, open the door and remove the six T-20 Torx screws located three on each side of the Inner Stainless Door, Fig. 7-1. Return the door back to its upright position, and bring the bottom of the Door Panel out toward you, then slide the top of the panel down and out from under the Facia Panel, Fig. 7-2. As the Outer Door is being removed, the left or right Door Guards may shift or fall out of place, Fig. 7-3. To reposition them, slide them back in over the hinge, Fig. 7-4, lining up the door guard square tab with the hinge lever square notch. Please note: Door Guards must be in place before reinstalling the Door Panel. Door Guards are not used on SHI or SHV models. Fig. 7-4 Fig. 7-3

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Door Compoments

7 2 6 1 3 5 4 4

9
Fig. 7-5

Once the Outer Door has been removed the following components become visible. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Dispenser Assembly Condensation Tube Upper Wiring Harness Door Guards Door Seal Bituminious Insulation Cloth Fiber Insulation

Also note the Toe Kick, item 8, and the Toe Kick Mounting Screws, item 9.

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Dispenser Operation

2 1

Fig. 8-1 The Dispenser Assembly operates via a PTC Actuator (wax motor), item 1. When voltage is applied to the Actuator it advances a Combination Lever, item 2. The Combination Lever allows the Soap Door to open, and later in the cycle dispenses the Rinse Agent. To remove the Actuator, first disconnect the Wiring Connector. Then, using a small screwdriver, release the locking tab.

Fig. 8-2 and bring the Actuator out from the Dispenser. Please note: The Combination Lever cannot be replaced individually, but only as part of a new Dispenser Assembly.

1 2

Fig. 8-3 Fig. 8-4 When the Dispenser requires Rinse Agent a Magnetic Float, Fig. 8-3, item 1, will lower and draw the contacts of a Reed Switch, Fig. 8-3, item 2, together. This completes the circuit, and activates the Refill Rinse Agent LED located on the Facia Panel. To remove the Reed Switch, first disconnect the Wiring Connector. Now, using a small screwdriver push in on the Reed Switch Mounting Tab, Fig. 8-3. As you push in on the mounting tab, use a needle-nose pliers to bring the switch down and out from the Dispenser, Fig. 8-4.

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Dispenser Removal

Fig. 8-5

Fig. 8-6

If required, the Dispenser Assembly can be replaced as a complete unit. TO REMOVE: First remove the: Upper Rack (Section 3, Fig. 4-3). Wiring Connectors for the PTC Actuator, Reed Switch and Condensation Tube. The Condensation Tube is inserted into the right side of the Dispenser with a gasket seal, and press fit along the right side of the Inner Stainless Steel Door. To remove, first remove any securing tape or wire ties for both the Condensation Tube and Upper Wiring Harness. Then, disengage the tube from the door by pulling it toward you, and sliding the tube out from the Dispenser. Now, using a broad tipped regular screwdriver spread the top and bottom metal positioning strips away from the Dispenser, Fig. 8-5. Then apply light pressure to the Dispenser, and break the seal between it and the Inner Stainless Steel Door, Fig. 8-6. TO INSTALL: Clean the inner portion of the stainless steel door where the Dispenser Gasket will seat. Then bend the positioning strips back into place, straightening them if necessary. Now, insert the new Dispenser making sure the positioning strips fit snugly against the Dispenser Body. The Dispenser Gasket will make a watertight seal so caulk or sealant is not required. Replace the Condensation Tube, Wiring Connectors and Upper Rack.

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Fascia Assembly
IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTE: The Fascia Assembly cannot be removed unless the Outer Door is removed first. See section 4, Fig. 7-1. FASCIA ASSEMBLY REMOVAL: After removing the Outer Door, remove the six T-20 Torx screws securing the Fascia Assembly to the Inner Stainless door, Fig. 9-1.

Fig. 9-1

Fig. 9-2 With the screws removed, bring the Fascia Assembly down cradling it so as not to scratch the Fascia Console.

Fig. 9-3 Now remove the Wiring Connectors by pressing in on the locking tabs of each connector, then sliding the connector up and off from the Control Module.

35

Fascia Assembly
With the Fascia Assembly removed from the unit, it can be further separated into two assemblies. To separate, release the four locking tabs and bring the Fascia Frame up from the Fascia Console, Fig. 9-4.

Fig. 9-4 The Fascia Frame houses three components:

Item 1, On/Off Switch. Item 2,Door Latch Assembly. Item 3,Control Module. Note: The Fascia Console or Program Buttons can be replaced at this time.

Fig. 9-5 ON/OFF SWITCH REMOVAL: Bend the single tab up, item 1. Then slide the switch up and out from the frame, and remove the Locking Lever, item 2. Note: The Locking Lever, item 2, switches the unit off when the door is opened during operation. Fig. 9-6 DOOR LATCH ASSEMBLY REMOVAL: Bend the two tabs up and slide the Latch down. CONTROL MODULE REMOVAL: Press in on the three locking tabs and bring the Control Module out from the Console Frame. Note: Always reset the new Control Module by pressing the appropriate cancellation buttons, see Section 2.

Fig. 9-7

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Notes

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Section 5
Description
Base Components Front Accessible:

Page
Electrical Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Circulation Motor Capacitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Leveling Legs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Water Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Drain Motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 41

Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

38

Base Components Front Accessible

9 =

3
Fig. 10-1
Service note:

3 2

To gain access to the Front Accessible Lower Components remove the Toe Kick. Also, for better visibility it is strongly recommended that the Outer Door be removed as well.

The Front Accessible Lower Components consist of the following items. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Electrical Connection. Circulation Motor Capacitor. Front Leveling Legs. Model and Serial number tag. Rear Leveling Leg adjustment screw. Water Solenoid Valve. Access Panel. Drain Motor. Circulation Motor. The Circulation Motor cannot be replaced from the front, but is accessible for voltage or wiring testing. 10. Door Spring Adjustment Screws. The adjustment can only be made when an accessory door panel is added to the unit. Turning the screw clockwise will balance the additional weight of the added panel.

1
Fig. 10-2
The electrical connection, item 1, is a three wire hook-up that is secured with wire-nuts.
The color code is as follows: Black = Hot White = Neutral Green = Ground

The Circulation Motor Capacitor, item 2, is a 10uf-Start/Run Capacitor held to the Circulation Motor with a single 13mm nut. The Capacitor can be replaced as a separate component without removing the Circulation Motor.

39

Base Components Front Accessible

2
Fig. 10-3
The front Leveling Legs can be adjusted by inserting a regular tipped screwdriver into the foot slot and turning the leg in the desired direction.

Fig. 10-4
The Rear Leg Adjustment Screw, item 1, allows the single Rear Leveling Leg to be adjusted from the front of the unit. Turning the screw clockwise will extend the leg, and counter-clockwise retracts it. For convenience an additional Serial Number Tag, item 2, is located on the Base.

Fig. 10-5
To replace the Water Solenoid Valve, first remove the two T-20 Torx valve mounting screws.

Fig. 10-6
Then bring the Water Valve out from the Base, and disconnect the water line by loosening the Water Line Clamp (arrow) and removing the wiring leads.

40

Base Components Front Accessible


Service note: To provide the required access that will allow the Drain Motor to be replaced, the Lower Access Panel must be removed, and as previously mentioned the Outer Door Panel should also be removed.

To remove the Lower Access Panel, Fig. 10-7, item 1, remove the two T-20 Torx screws located in the left and right corners of the panel. Fig. 10-7 As demonstrated in Figs. 10-7 and 10-8, with the Lower Access Panel removed you gain all the space required to replace the Drain Motor, Fig. 10-8, item 1, as well as allowing better visibility to the Circulation Motor Wiring, Fig.10-8, item 2, rear components, wiring and hoses.

Fig. 10-8

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Base Components Front Accessible

2 3
A

Cut Away View


Fig. 10-9 To remove the Drain Motor, item 1, first remove the Sump Fill Hose, item 2, by pulling it out from the Sump and side inlet connections (see Fig. 10-10) Fig. 10-10 This cut away view shows: Item 1, Drain Motor. Item 2, Drain Motor Locking Tab. Item 3, the Sump Fill Hose and its two connection points A and B.

Fig. 10-11 Next, remove the wiring connectors and then while pulling back on the Locking Tab, turn the Drain Motor clockwise.

Fig. 10-12 Continue turning the Drain Motor clockwise until it reaches the two oclock stop position. Then bring the motor out from the Sump.

Fig. 10-13 The Drain Motor is mounted to the Sump using a slot and tab fit. To install the Drain Motor, insert it back into the Sump at the two oclock position making sure that all three slots and tabs line up, then turn counter-clockwise until secure and the Locking Tab locks.

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Service Reminder
From this point forward, all service procedures demonstrated in the remainder of this repair manual, will require the dishwasher to be disconnected and removed from the cabinet for servicing.

43

Section 6
Description Page

Left Side Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Left Side Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Water Inlet / Discharge System Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46 47 Water Inlet / Discharge System Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

44

Left Side Access


LEFT SIDE PANEL REMOVAL: Remove the two T-20 Torx screws located on the top and bottom of the Left Trim Strip, Fig. 11-1, and then slide the Trim Strip up and off the unit. Figs. 11-2 and 11-3 The Side Panel is press fit onto the Front and Rear Corner Blocks of the dishwasher. To remove the panel, gently lift up on the front corner disengaging it from the Front Corner Block, arrow A. Then bring the panels back corner off the rear block while moving the panel toward the rear of the dishwasher, arrow B. Bring the panel out from the side of the unit about forty-five degrees, and then lift it out from the Base Lip. Fig. 11-1

Fig. 11-2

Fig. 11-3

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Left Side Components

2 4 3 6 5 7 8

Fig. 11-4 With the Left Side Panel removed you now have access to the following components: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Corner Blocks. Cloth Fiber Insulation Panel. Drain Hoses. Water Chamber. Inlet Water Line. Water Level Housing Assembly. Sump Fill Hose. Left Hinge.

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Water Inlet / Discharge System Operation

4 1 2 3 5

6 7 8 9

Fig. 12-1 Normal Fill Over Fill Base Float

Fig. 12-2

Fig. 12-3

Fig. 12-4

47

Water Inlet / Discharge System Operation


WATER SYSTEM OPERATION: Fig. 12-1 is a close up view of the complete Water Systems. FILLING NORMAL OPERATION (Fig. 12-2) Fresh water is brought in by the Water Valve and through the Inlet Water Line, item 3. The incoming water is then directed into the Water Level Housing Assembly, item 4, and then on to the Sump via the Sump Fill Hose, item 8. As the unit fills with water the Diaphragm on the Water Level Housing Assembly expands due to the pressure of air forced up by the incoming water. When the correct water level is reached the Diaphragm moves the Switch Lever, which in turn closes the Water Level Switch. When the Water Level Switch closes the Water Valve shuts and the Circulation Motor is activated, and the program advances. Note: Once the Circulation Motor is activated the water level will drop slightly, the unit then calls for a small amount of additional water to be added.

OVER FILL (Fig. 12-3) As a safety feature, if the Diaphragm were to malfunction the water level would rise and activate the Safety Float, item 5. As the Safety Float rises it in turn closes the Float Switch, item 6. When the Float Switch closes it activates the Drain Motor. Service tip: If the dishwasher repeatedly fills and drains the cause is most likely a faulty Diaphragm.

BASE FLOAT (Fig. 12-4) As an additional safety feature, if the Base were to fill with water due to a hose or pump leak the Base Float, item 9, will rise and via a Float Lever and Pushrod, item 8, would close the Float Switch, which in turn activates the Drain Motor. Service tip: F CODE Dishwashers with a Countdown Display will show an F in the display window when a filling fault occurs. Filling faults can be: Water in the base; overfill; and under or no fill. Live Dealer Display Models with F codes: Since display models are hand filled, achieving the correct water level is difficult, (see Section 3, Fig. 5-7) so the unit will perceive a filling fault and display the F code. This is normal, do not attempt a repair. DRAINING When the Drain Motor is activated gray water flows from the Sump through the Sump Drain Hose, item 2, around the Water Chamber and out through the Main Drain Line, item 1. If there is water in the base the Drain Motor will run continually, but will not drain water from the base.

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Water Inlet / Discharge System Removal

1
Fig. 12-7 The Water Level Switch and Diaphragm are replaced as one assembly. To replace, bend the small retaining tab out away from the assembly. Fig. 12-8 Then remove the wiring connector and slide the assembly up and out from the Water Level Housing. The Float Switch, item 1, is a press fit and easily removed as an individual component.

Fig. 12-9 To replace either Drain Hose, first remove the Drain Hose retaining clip.

Fig. 12-10 Then bring the hose down and out from the Water Chamber. When re-installing make sure the hose is snug, and the retaining clip is back in place.

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Section 7
Description Page

Right Side Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Right Side Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 NTC Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 NTC Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 57 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

50

Right Side Access

Fig. 13-1 RIGHT SIDE PANEL REMOVAL:

Fig. 13-2

Remove the two T-20 Torx screws located on the top and bottom of the Left Trim Strip, Fig. 13-1, and then slide the Trim Strip up and off the unit.

To remove the panel, refer to Section 6, Figs. 11-2 and 11-3.

51

Right Side Components

5 4 2
Fig. 13-3 With the Right Side Panel removed, you now have access to the following components. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Circulation Pump / Motor. Base Wiring Connectors. Flow Switch. Heater Assembly. NTC.

COMPONENT EXPLANATION: Circulation Pump / Motor. The Circulation Pump / Motor can be replaced from the right side by following the same access procedures for removal of the NTC outlined in the remainder of this section, and then by following the steps in Section 8, Figs. 16-2 through 16-7, for the Circulation Pump / Motor removal. Service Note: Section 8, also gives and alternative removal method for the Circulation Pump / Motor. Base Wiring Connectors. The Base Wiring Connectors allow the Upper Wiring Harness to mate with the Base Wiring Harness. Flow Switch. Located between the two heater terminals is the Flow Switch. In the event that water does not flow across the Heating Element, the Flow Switch disables the element. To remove the Flow Switch, bring the bottom of the switch out from its base, unhook the side tabs, and then lift the switch out. Heater Assembly. The Heater Assembly cannot be replaced from the side, but is accessible for continuity testing. Replacement of the Heater Assembly is outlined in Section 8, Figs. 16-8 through 16-12.

52

NTC Operation

Fig. 14-1 Located on top of the Heater Assembly is the NTC (Negative Temperature Coefficient), Fig. 14-1. The NTC uses resistance to control wash and rinse water temperature and is connected with two green leads. As water temperature increases, the NTC records the decrease in resistance. The Control Unit Logic Board measures this resistance change and allows the program to advance once the correct temperature (resistance level) is reached. Service note: The SHU 30** and SHU 40** models do not use an NTC, but utilize a standard, normally open thermostat (bi-metal).

Also combined within the NTC (or standard thermostat) is a High Limit Safety Thermostat, connected with red leads. The normally closed high limit is set to 185 Fahrenheit and is self-resetting. Service tip: The NTC can be checked without removing the dishwasher by measuring its resistance at the Control Unit. Using the appropriate wiring diagram, locate the two NTC leads. The resistance at room temperature should be approximately 55k Ohms. An extremely high, low or no Ohm reading will usually indicate a faulty NTC.

53

NTC Removal
To replace the NTC, first remove the Right Side Panel, Outer Door and Toe Kick, Fig. 14-2. Then, remove the two Front Base Mounting Screws, Fig. 14-3. And the single Rear Base Mounting Screw, Fig. 14-4.

Fig. 14-2

Fig. 14-3

Fig. 14-4

54

NTC Removal
Next, remove the Hinge Cover

Fig. 14-5 and, unhook the Pulley Arm from the Hinge by lifting it up

Fig. 14-6 and then off the Hinge.

Fig. 14-7

55

NTC Removal

Now, from inside the dishwasher remove the Lower Spray Arm, Filter Basket and Screen, then remove the two screws that attach the Feeder Tube to the Sump, item 1. And the two Sump Clamps, item 2.

2
Fig. 14-8 With all steps complete, bring the Tank up from the Base and insert a block in the rear of the unit between the Tank and the Base.

Fig. 14-9 With the block in place you now have the required access to replace the NTC. Service note: The Circulation Pump / Motor can also be replaced at this time, see Section 8.

Fig. 14-10

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NTC Removal

Fig. 14-11

Fig. 14-12

As demonstrated in Figs. 14-11 and 14-12, raising the Tank provides the necessary access space required to remove either the NTC or the Circulation Pump / Motor. Service note: When re-seating the Tank make sure to check that it is inserted squarely back into the pump and seated properly.

57

NTC Removal

The NTC is held in place by two locking tabs, items 1 and 2. To remove the NTC from the Heater Assembly, unhook the front tab, item 1, and lift the NTC up slightly on that side, holding the tab open as you lift.

Fig. 14-13

Cut Away View

Then unhook the rear tab, item 2, holding it open, while you slide the NTC up and out from the Heater Assembly.

1 2
Fig. 14-14 Once the NTC has been removed make sure to retrieve the NTC O-ring from the Heater Assembly if it is not on the NTC when its removed. Service tip: When installing the NTC, apply water to the O-ring so it will seat easier. To avoid leaks, always make sure the NTC is secure and inserted completely into the Heater Assembly.

Fig. 14-15

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Notes

59

Section 8
Description Page

Tank Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 62 Base Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Circulation Pump / Motor Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Circulation Pump / Motor Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Heater Assembly Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Heater Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Aqua Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Door Spring Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

60

Tank Removal

Fig. 15-1 In order to gain full access to the Circulation Pump / Motor, Heater Assembly and Aqua Sensor the Tank must be removed. To remove the Tank, start by removing the Outer Door, Left and Right Side Panels, and Toe Kick, leaving the unit as shown in Fig. 15-1. Next, disconnect the Upper Wiring Harness from the Control Unit and On/Off Switch, and then bring the harness off its mounting point on the Condensation Tube, Fig. 15-2. Now from inside the dishwasher remove the Lower Spray Arm, Filter Basket and Screen, then remove the two screws that attach the Feeder Tube to the Sump, item 1. And the two Sump Clamps, item 2.

Fig. 15-2

2
Fig. 15-3

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Tank Removal
Then on both the left and right sides, remove the Hinge Covers

Fig. 15-4 and unhook the Pulley Arms from both Hinges by lifting them up

Fig. 15-5 and then off the Hinges.

Fig. 15-6

62

Tank Removal

Fig. 15-7 Fig. 15-7 Now on both the left and right sides remove the T-20 Torx Tank Mounting Screws, item 1, and the Door Hinge Pivot tab, item 2. Fig. 15-8 To remove the Door Hinge Pivot Tab, insert your T-20 Torx bit into the Tab and bring the screwdriver down releasing the tab. Service note: The tab is a press fit, and will simply snap into position when replaced. Fig. 15-9 With both Tank Mounting Screws and Door Hinge Pivot Tabs removed bring the Inner Door up and off the unit. The Lower Door Seal, item 1, will pull away as you remove the door. Set the door aside. Service note: The Door Seal is a press fit along the bottom lip of the tank. To avoid leaking, make sure the Door Seal is correctly inserted back along the tank lip when replaced.

Fig. 15-8

Fig. 15-9

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Base Components

3 4

2 1

Fig. 16-1 The Tank can now be removed from the Base. Service note: Once removed, lay the Tank on its back so as not to damage the tank bottom. When reseating the Tank make sure to check that its inserted squarely back into the Sump and seated properly. With the Tank removed you now have access to the following components: 1. 2. 3. 4. Circulation Motor Circulation Pump Heater Assembly Aqua Sensor

Service reminder: As previously mentioned in Section 7, the Circulation Pump / Motor can also be replaced from the right side without removing the Tank. However, the additional visibility and access the Tank removal method allows can be a greater benefit for this repair.

64

Circulation Pump / Motor Removal

1
Fig. 16-2 Fig. 16-3

3 4
Fig. 16-4 Fig. 16-5

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Circulation Pump / Motor Assembly

Fig. 16-6 CIRCULATION PUMP / MOTOR REMOVAL:

Fig. 16-7

Disconnect the four wire leads, then grasp the Circulation Motor and turn clockwise a quarter turn until the Motor stops, Fig. 16-2. Now, remove the Motor / Rear Pump Assembly from the Front Pump Housing, Fig. 16-3. Note: The Front Pump Housing remains in place when the Motor is removed, Fig.16-3, item 1. With the Motor / Rear Pump Assembly removed from the unit, separate the Motor from the Rear Pump Assembly. To do so, first remove the Impeller by placing a block in the rear of the Motor and then turning the Impeller counter-clockwise, then Fig 16-4. The Rear Pump Assembly consists of four components, Fig. 16-5: 1. 2. Rear Pump Housing. Main Pump Seal. 3. Impeller. 4. Impeller Seal.

Each component can be replaced as an individual item. TO INSTALL: First, locate the Key Square on the Front Pump Housing, Fig. 16-6. Next, locate the Key Square Cut Out on the Rear Pump Housing, Fig. 16-3, item 2. When replacing the Pump / Motor make sure to line up the Key Square with the Key Square Cut Out. Then bring the two pump halves together in the position shown in Fig. 16-2, and turn the Motor clockwise until it stops, see Fig. 16-7. Service note: The Impeller Seal Spring is compressed when the two halves of the Pump Assembly are brought together. This will take a little force, so make sure to have a good grip on the Sump as you compress the spring. Now, reattach the wiring leads, test and check for leaks.

66

Heater Assembly Removal

1 2
Fig. 16-8 Fig. 16-9

Aqua Sensor NTC Flow Through Heater Upper Spray Arm Lower Spray Arm Flow Switch

Circulation Motor / Pump Impeller Cover

Drain Motor

Fig. 16-10

67

Heater Assembly

4 5 6 7

Fig. 16-11 Fig. 16-12 The Heater Assembly, Fig. 16-8 is a flow through design, taking water in from the Circulation Pump and then sending it out the two discharge outlets to the Upper and Lower Spray Arms, Fig. 16-10. HEATER ASSEMBLY REMOVAL: See Fig. 16-9, first remove all wiring leads and the two securing screws, item 1. Now, release the Heater Assembly Locking Tab, item 2, and while holding the tab open bring the Heater Assembly up on the left side, disengaging the heaters two discharge outlets from the Sump, item 3, and then out from the Circulation Pump Connection, item 4. Heater Assembly Components, Fig. 16-11. 1. 2. 3. 4. Intake from Circulation Pump. Discharge to Lower Spray Arm. Discharge to Upper Spray Arm. Aqua Sensor (if equipped). 5. Locking Tab 6. NTC Socket 7. Flow Switch

TO INSTALL: Slide the Heater Assembly into the Circulation Pump Connection first, then bring the Heater down and seat the two outlet gaskets back into the Sump. Make sure all three gaskets are secure and the locking tab is in place. Then replace the two screws and wiring connections. Top Rack Actuator, Fig. 16-12. Top Rack Actuator is used to activate the Top Rack Only wash on models equipped with this feature. When activated, the Top Rack Actuator diverts all water flow to the Upper Spray Arm. To remove the Actuator, remove the wire connector, and then pry the Actuator out from its housing. When installing, make sure the Actuators arm is properly inserted back into the Control Gate.

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Aqua Sensor

Fig. 16-13

Fig. 16-14

The Aqua Sensor turbidity measuring device, Fig. 16-13, which is available only on select models, evaluates the pre-wash water using a beam of light and a pick-up sensor. If the beam passes easily through the pre-wash water then no additional wash water is added. If the beam cannot pass through, then the pre-wash water is drained and a fresh fill is added for the main wash cycle. To replace the sensor, Fig. 16-14, slide it out from its housing located on the Heater Assembly. Service note: Since the Aqua Sensor has no effect on washability, it should never be replaced. Only if a leak were to occur should service be performed on this component.

69

Door Spring Removal


The Door Springs are located on the bottom of the Base, Fig. 16-15, and operate via a Spring Cable and Reel that counter balances the weight of the Outer Door, Fig. 16-16. If a Door Panel Kit is applied to the dishwasher, the factory springs must be replaced with the heavy duty version that is provided with the panel kit.

Fig. 16-15 TO REPLACE THE SPRINGS: Lay the dishwasher on its back, being careful not to damage the Drain Hose. Then using a small screwdriver, remove the Door Springs by prying the Spring Plate out from the Base, Fig. 16-17. Then remove the Spring Cable by unhooking it from the Spring, Fig. 16-18.

Fig. 16-16

Fig. 16-17

Fig. 16-18

70

Notes

71

Section 9
Description Page

Wiring Diagrams / Schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (see Tech Manual)

Test Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(see Test Programs)

BSH Home Appliances


5551 McFadden Avenue Huntington Beach, CA 92649

Thermador Dishwasher Series Models DWI246, DW246, DW245, DW244.


Flexibility, Cleanability plus Quiet Operation

FEATURES
Soil Sensor
Except Model DW244

Upper Plate Rack Lower Pots & Pans Rack Heated Water Chamber Quiet Operation Stainless Steel Tank

Triple Filtration System Cycle Status Indicator Bar Rinse Agent Indicator Light Cycle Delay Function Condensation Air Drying System
2

To Interrupt or Reset a Cycle


To interrupt a cycle: Simply depress the ON/OFF button to stop the operation To reset a cycle: With the cycle operating, press HEAVY WASH and LIGHT WASH at the same time for 3 seconds. The cycle status bar will progress to the end.
3

To change cycle selection


Simply depress the button of the cycle desired two times. The light above the cycle will then become illuminated to show that it has been selected.

Fill valve replacement


Fill valve is accessed by removing toekick panel. Remove two screws holding fill valve in place, electrical connections, and remove fill hose. Reverse order to replace.

Fill valve replacement


Operates on 120VAC Normal reading is approximately 1000 ohms. Read directly at valve. If reading is abnormal, replace valve.

Fill valve reads 1000 ohms between I2.44 and I2.1-3 with door switch closed. It operates on 120VAC. Note: voltage present whenever on-off switch closed.
Reed switch
e3

Temp. sensor

Soil Sensor

Jumper

Service connector

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1
Water valve

.4-1 s2

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

2 4

1Float

Drain switch motor

m3

Removal of outer door panel


Remove 6 T-20 screws in door panel Close door

Removal of outer door panel


Tilt lower portion outward and slide down Stiffener blocks will fall out. Replace on hinge assembly prior to reassembly.

Drain pump replacement


Drain tank sump with sponge or towel (to prevent spillage into lower sump). Remove toe panel and cover plate. Remove fill valve and sump hose. Hold tabs on motor and rotate CW.

10

Drain pump replacement


Permanent magnet motor. Operates on 120VAC. Normal resistance reading is 16 ohms. Can be read directly at motor.

11

Drain motor reads 16 ohms between I2.41 & I2.1-1 with door switch closed. Drain motor operates on 120VAC.
Reed switch Temp. sensor Soil Sensor Jumper Service connector

e3

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

12

Soap cup/Rinse aid dispenser


Remove wire connectors from dispenser. Remove by bending retainer tabs and pushing inward toward tank. Protect hand with towel as edges are razor sharp.
13

Soap cup/Rinse aid dispenser


The entire dispenser will push into dishwasher tub. Replace from inside taking care to position O-ring seal and bend tabs to secure.

14

Troubleshooting dispenser
Actuator operates on 120VAC. Normal resistance is 1600 ohms. First actuation opens soap cup and repositions arm. Second actuation dispenses rinse aid.
15

Dispenser actuator (wax motor) reads 1600 ohms between I2.2-1 & I2.2-2 and operates on 120VAC.
Reed switch Temp. sensor Soil Sensor Jumper Service connector

e3

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1 .2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

16

Troubleshooting dispenser
Reed switch activates rinse aid fill light only when empty. Normally open, will only read continuity when rinse aid dispenser is empty.

17

Reed switch reads open between I2.6-1 & I2.6-2 when rinse agent dispenser is full, closes when empty.
Reed switch Temp. sensor Soil Sensor Jumper Service connector

e3

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

18

HANDS ON

19

Access to control board/dispenser


To access/remove control board and on/off switch, lower door to horizontal position, remove six T-20 screws and control panel will tilt down.

20

Access to control board


Remove 6 T-20 screws. 2 are on side of door liner, 4 facing upwards Lift door, tilt control panel up and outward to remove.

21

Control board
Slide control board up past tabs to remove. Plugs are keyed and will not fit in wrong position. Component checks are done from control board plugs.
22

Troubleshooting the control module.

Plugs to components are arranged on the module as shown above. Voltage and resistance readings can be taken from the plugs.
23

MODULE -- I2
I2.1..3 pin wire connector I2.4..6 pin wire connector (two pins not used) I2.6..2 pin wire connector
e3 NTC

Six multi-pin connectors


I2.2..2 pin wire connector I2.5..7 pin wire connector (two pins not used) I2.7..2 pin wire connector

I4

X1

X2
.1-1 .1-2

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

5.3 5.2 5.1

1 3 5

2 4 6

N L1

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1 .2-1 .2-2 A2 .4-3 4 1 f1 2 4 1 e6 m3 .4-4 s2 r1 e5 .4-1 .7-2 .4-2 f5 m2

24

Troubleshooting from the control board


Component checks are done from control board plugs. Plugs are numbered from the left starting with I2.1, I2.2, I2.4, I2.7, I2.6, and I2.5.

25

Troubleshooting the control board


I2.1 has 3 wires and carries input from door switch (120VAC) I2.2 has 2 wires and sends voltage to soap cup actuator (120VAC)

26

Troubleshooting from the control board


I2.4 has 4 wires and controls the following: I2.4-1 120VAC to drain motor. I2.4-2 120VAC to circulation motor. I2.4-3 120VAC to water level switch. I2.4-4 provide neutral to activate fill valve.

27

Troubleshooting from the control board


I2.6 has 2 wires and monitors reed switch to activate rinse agent light.

28

Troubleshooting from the control board


I2.5 has 2 plugs. The 2 wire plug (I2.5-6 &I2.5-7) receives input from NTC sensor. The 3 wire plug is for the soil sensor. (Not used on DW244 models).
29

On/Off/Door switch
Switches both neutral and hot side of line voltage. Door switch is part of on/off switch and is activated by actuator rod from door latch. Remove by bending tab and sliding up.
30

On-Off switch switches neutral, 120VAC input, and 120VAC output from board. When closed, read 120VAC between I2.1-1 & I2.1-2, and I2.11 & I2.1-3. Door switch opens neutral (1-2) and the On-Off switch contacts (3-4 & 5-6)..
Reed switch

e3

Temp. sensor

Soil Sensor

Jumper

Service connector

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

31

Door gasket/seal
Door gasket /seal is inserted into channel around top and sides of tank opening. It is a press fit, no additional sealant is used.

32

Side panel removal


Remove T-20 screws holding side panel through holes in filler trims. Slide filler strips up and remove.

33

Side panel removal


Pull panel outward from top edge. Lift and remove . Replace by inserting bottom edge, and pushing top edge in and down. Start T-20 screws and slide filler strips in place, tighten screws.

34

Water level and float switch


Fill valve opens, water fills chamber and tank, activating water level switch. When switch trips first time, circulation motor starts, fill continues. When water level switch trips second time fill stops.

35

Water level switch reads open between I2.4-3 & I2.1-3 when idle. It conveys 120VAC to control board when activated.
Reed switch

e3

Temp. sensor

Soil Sensor

Jumper

Service connector

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1
Water valve

.4-1 s2

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

2 4

1Float

Drain switch motor

m3

36

Fill and float switch


Float switch is located to the right or forward of the fill/flow switch. The float switch will activate the drain pump for two reasons:
Overfill condition Leakage into the sump
37

Overfill or leakage into sump causes float switch to transfer 120VAC to drain motor and disconnects 120VAC to fill valve.
Reed switch Temp. sensor Soil Sensor Jumper Service connector

e3

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

38

No Water Fill.diagnosed at control console


Check for 120V between .1-1 & .1-2; .1-1 & .1-3; .1-1 & 6 on On/Off Sw; .1-1 & hot Water Valve Terminal Check for 120V between .1-2 & neutral Water Valve Terminal; .1-2 & .4-4 Temp.
Reed switch

e3

sensor

Soil Sensor

Jumper

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

39

HANDS ON

40

Door removal
Unplug all electrical connections from dispenser. Remove condenser channel. Remove control panel and lay on floor.

41

Door removal
Remove retainer clips with small screwdriver. Detach lip seal from between tank and door bottom. Remove spring cable. Lift door up and off hinge pivot.
42

Door springs
Door springs are mounted in a channel in the molded base. Replacement requires the removal of the machine from installed position.

43

Door spring replacement


Remove cable from hinge on door. Pry spring retainer from base channel. Unhook cable from spring. Replace in opposite order.
44

Cable replacement
Remove cable from door hinge. Remove screw holding hinge bracket to tank. Remove 2 screws holding hinge bracket to base.

45

Cable replacement
Lift hinge mount out of base, rotate cable roller to release from hinge mount. Insert new cable/roller assembly, reinsert into base, and replace screws. Reattach cable to door hinge.

46

Drain pump cleanout


Remove coarse filter, fine filter, and wash arm. Slide retainer clip aside, lift and remove. Remove any foreign material from sump. Reassemble in reverse order.
47

Drain check valve


Remove coarse filter, fine filter, drain pump cleanout cover. Check valve is black rubber flap valve to rear of drain sump. Remove by lifting out of slot.
48

Tank Removal
Remove racks from interior. Remove large strainer by unscrewing and lifting. Remove fine strainer by lifting out

49

Tank Removal
Remove 4 T-20 screws inside tank sump.

50

Tank Removal
Unsnap upper arm supply tube from back wall of tank.

51

Tank Removal
Remove T-20 screws from hinge mounting bracket. (1 on each side)

52

Tank Removal
Remove 2 T-20 screws from rear of tank.

53

Tank Removal
Tilt tank up and remove.

54

HANDS ON

55

Base components
Soil sensor NTC and High temp. Circulation pump Heater Pressure switch Capacitor

56

Soil sensor
Consists of LED (light emitting diode) and LDR (light dependent resistor). Samples water clarity at first fill to set basis. Samples again after first rinse & final rinse to determine if addl rinses necessary.

57

The soil sensor consists of an LED(light emitting diode) and a LDR (light dependent resistor). These work together to test clarity of water to determine need for addl rinses.
Reed switch

e3

Temp. sensor

Soil Sensor

Jumper

Service connector

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-8

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

58

Thermostat Sub-assembly
Contains NTC sensor to cycle heating element for high temp washing/rinse. Normal resistance is approx. 50K ohms @ room temperature. Resistance decreases as temp. increases.
59

The temp. sensor reads 50,000 ohms at room temperature. It is a NTC (negative temp. coefficient) and the resistance decreases as temp increases.
Reed switch

e3

Temp. sensor

Soil Sensor

Jumper

Service connector

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

60

Diagnosing the Temperature Sensor (Step 1) 1) 2) Measure resistance between .5-7 & .5-6 Should read approximately 50,000 OHMs at 75 degrees ambient. If open, replace sensor.
Reed switch

e3

Temp. sensor

Soil Sensor

Jumper

Service connector

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

61

Diagnosing the Temperature Sensor (Step2) 1) 2) If approximate value is read, add about 1 1/2 gallons of hot water from sink tap If sensor is good, resistance values should drop
Reed switch Temp. sensor Soil Sensor Jumper Service connector

e3

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

62

Thermostat Sub-assembly
Contained in the same housing, the temperature sensor also contains HTCO (bimetal) to disconnect heater at 185 degrees. The HTCO is wired in series with heating element.
63

Water Heater Circuit


1200 watt heater Heater is concealed in pump housing. Heater is disabled when circulation pump is not running by action of flow switch.

64

Water Heater Circuit


1200 watt heater Normal resistance is 12 ohms. Must be read directly due to action of flow switch.

65

Water Heater Circuit HTC opens at 185 Degrees 1200W heater, Heater measures 12 ohms (read at heater only) Float switch activated by action of circulation pump
Reed switch

e3

Temp. sensor

Soil Sensor

Jumper

Service connector

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

66

DIAGNOSING HEATER CIRCUIT 1) 2) 3)

(Step 1)

Put dishwasher into the heat cycle (Pots & Pans cycleshortly after the first fill) Check for 120VAC at .7-2 on control module If no output voltage, change the control module Service
Reed switch

e3

Temp. sensor

Soil Sensor

Jumper

connector

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

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DIAGNOSING HEATER CIRCUIT 1) 2) 3)

(Step 2)

Remove the dishwasher from the installed position Remove the right side panel Remove yellow molex plug at terminal block
Reed switch

e3

Temp. sensor

Soil Sensor

Jumper

Service connector

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

68

DIAGNOSING HEATER CIRCUIT 1) 2)

(Step 3)

Check for continuity through the 185 degree T-stat Read between the lower portion of the molex plug and the left terminal on the heater.
Reed switch

e3

Temp. sensor

Soil Sensor

Jumper

Service connector

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

69

DIAGNOSING HEATER CIRCUIT 1)

(Step 4)

Check for approximately 12 OHMS across the heater

Reed switch

e3

Temp. sensor

Soil Sensor

Jumper

Service connector

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

70

DIAGNOSING HEATER CIRCUIT 1) 2)

(Step 5)

Check the flow switch.With no water or circulation motor operation, the circuit should be open; Remove the flow switch and depress the actuator. Continuity should be read. Service
Reed switch

e3

Temp. sensor

Soil Sensor

Jumper

connector

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

71

Circulation pump/motor and cap.


To remove pump/motor assembly, lift, depress tabs and rotate clockwise. Pump and motor are separate parts. To remove pump from motor, lock motor with finger, and unscrew pump.

72

Circulation pump/motor and cap.


Motor is 120VAC capacitor start. Normal resistance is 13.5 ohms between 1 and 2 on motor, or I2.1-1 and I2.4-2 on control board.

73

Circulation motor reads 13.5 ohms between I2.4-2 & I2.1-1. Circulation motor operates on 120VAC.
Reed switch Temp. sensor Soil Sensor Jumper Service connector

e3

NTC

I4

X1
I2.9

X2
I2.8 .1-1 .1-2

On/off door switch

e0 a1

.6-1 .6-2

.5-7 .5-6

.5-3 .5-2 .5-1

1 3 5

2 4 6

Module - I2 K1 + K2 + K3
Display Control Timer .1-3 .7-1
dispenser

.2-1 .2-2 A2
Dispenser actuator

.4-3
Water level 1 switch

.4-4 f1 2 4 1Float s2 valve

.4-1
Water

.7-2
HTCO heater Flow switch

.4-2 f5 r1 e5 m2
Circ. motor

Drain switch motor

m3

74

HANDS ON

75

THATS ALL FOLKS

76

Cycle Sequence detail

Pre-rinse Pre-wash 125F Wash 161F

*Drain pump runs for 15 seconds and stops. *Fill valve opens and fills sump. *Soil sensor samples water for clarity. *Water level switch closes first time. *Circulation pump starts, fill continues.

Rinse

*Water level switch closes second time. *Fill valve closes. *Circulation pump runs for 9 minutes and stops. *Soil sensor samples water (if too dirty go to pre-wash cycle, if OK go to wash cycle). *Drain pump runs for 30 seconds and stops.
77

Second Rinse Rinse aid 161F

Drying

Cycle Sequence detail

Pre-rinse Pre-wash 125F Wash 161F

*Fill valve opens and fills sump. *Water level switch closes first time. *Circulation pump starts, fill continues. *Heater circuit is activated. *Water level switch closes second time.

Rinse

*Fill valve closes. *Heater raises water to 125F and washes for 9 minutes. *Circulation pump stops. *Drain pump runs for 30 seconds.

Second Rinse Rinse aid 161F

Drying
78

Cycle Sequence detail

Pre-rinse Pre-wash 125F Wash 161F

*Fill valve opens and fills sump. *Water level switch closes first time. *Circulation pump starts. *Heater circuit activated, fill continues. *Water level switch closes second time.

Rinse

*Fill valve closes. *Actuator opens soap cup, repositions arm. *Heater raise water temp. to 161F and wash continues for 9 minutes. *Circulation pump stops.

Second Rinse Rinse aid 161F

Drying

*Drain pump runs for 30 seconds.

79

Cycle Sequence detail

Pre-rinse Pre-wash 125F Wash 161F

*Fill valve opens and fills sump. *Water level switch closes first time. *Circulation pump starts, fill continues. *Water level switch closes second time. *Fill valve closes.

Rinse

*Circulation pump runs for 9 minutes. *Soil sensor samples water (if too dirty go to second rinse, if OK go to rinse aid cycle) *Circulation pump stops. *Drain pump runs for 30 seconds.

Second Rinse Rinse aid 161F

Drying
80

Cycle Sequence detail

Pre-rinse Pre-wash 125F Wash 161F

*Fill valve opens and fills sump. *Water level switch closes first time. *Circulation pump starts, fill continues. *Water level switch closes second time. *Fill valve closes. *Circulation pump runs for 9 minutes.

Rinse

Second Rinse Rinse aid 161F

*Circulation pump stops. *Drain pump runs for 30 seconds.

Drying
81

Cycle Sequence detail

Pre-rinse Pre-wash 125F Wash 161F

*Fill valve opens and fills sump. *Water level switch closes first time. *Circulation pump starts, fill continues. *Water level switch closes second time. *Fill valve closes.

Rinse

*Actuator dispenses rinse aid. *Heater raise water temp. to 161F. *Circulation pump runs for 9 minutes and stops. *Drain pump runs for 30 seconds and stops. .

Second Rinse Rinse aid 161F

Drying
82

Cycle Sequence detail

Pre-rinse Pre-wash 125F Wash 161F

Unit is idle for 11 minutes for condensation drying to take place. Dishes retain heat from high temperature rinse better than tank of dishwasher, so moisture will migrate to dishwasher tank, condensing and gathering in the sump.

Rinse

Second Rinse Rinse aid 161F

Drying
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DISHWASHER LAVE-VAISSELLE LAVADORA DE PLATOS


SHV4800,4300 SHI 6800,4300 SHU 6800,5300, 9900,4300,3300, 3030

Cycle Countdown On/Off Power Scrub Plus Scrub Wash Regular Wash Delicate/ Econo Quick Wash Rinse & Hold Refill Rinse Agent

On /Off
Power Scrub

High Temp Wash

Regular Temp Wash

Rinse & Hold

Power

Delay Start Hours

Top Rack Only

Rinse & Hold


Cancel Drain

Regular Wash

Power

Temp.Options

Cycles

Use and Care Manual Guide dutilisation et dentretien


HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY UTILISATION DOMESTIQUE SEULEMENT

Manual de uso y cuidado


USO DOMESTICO NICAMENTE

56 02 03 20 86 (8007)

CONGRATULATIONS!

Congratulations, and Thank You from BOSCH

for selecting your dishwasher. You have joined the many consumers who demand quiet and exceptional performance from their dishwashers. This manual was written with your safety and convenience in mind and the information contained herein is very important. We, at BOSCH, highly recommend that you read this manual prior to using your dishwasher for the first time. As an added convenience, a glossary of BOSCH DISHWASHER FEATURES DESCRIPTIONS has been added to this manual so you can truly understand and appreciate the philosophy put into this exceptional product. For even more information, visit our website at www.boschappliances.com to learn about your dishwasher as well as many other top quality Bosch appliances. Enjoy!

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UNIQUE FEATURES
UNIQUE FEATURES OF YOUR BOSCH DISHWASHER
STAINLESS STEEL INTERIOR Improves Drying Performance Resists Staining/Odors Lifetime Warranty (see details on last page of manual) TRIPLE FILTER SYSTEM 100% of the Wash Water is Filtered Before it Touches Your Dishes Large Object Trap Prevents Undesirable Objects from Damaging the Pump System IN LINE FLOW THROUGH WATER HEATER (BOSCH FlowThroughHeater) Temperatures in excess of 160F kill harmful germs while dissolving hard to remove fats and soils Eliminates an exposed heater element that can damage items that fall from the rack Creates More Interior Space (BOSCH Tall Tub) Flexibility to Load Dishwasher Safe Items in Upper or Lower Rack LOW NOISE SYSTEM (BOSCH AVS II ) Vibration Isolated Pump System Reduces Annoying Noises (BOSCH Suspension Motor) Triple Insulation Creates the BOSCH AVS II Silence Rating Side Panels Encapsulate Noise Separate Pump Systems, one for washing and one for draining, improve efficiency and reduce noise Toe Kick Sound Shield on the SHU 6800 series results in unbelievable sound performance (Bosch Sound Seal) RACKS Tall Tub Allows Use of 10 Plates in the Upper Rack and 12 in the Lower Rack Extra Tall Item Sprinkler Allows Removal of the Upper Rack and Washing of Items up to 22 Tall 12 Place Loading Capacity SAFETY Side Panels Enclose All Electrical Connections and Conserve Energy Water Shutoff Device, Stops the Flow of Incoming Water when it is Detected Under the Dishwasher Child Proof Cycle Selection - Cycle Selection Buttons Must be Pressed Twice to Change the Settings PRESSURE CONTROLLED FILLING SYSTEM Water Consumption is Reduced When Washing Small Loads Water Fill Levels Are Consistent Over Various Water Pressures Improved Accuracy Over Time Filled Systems DUAL PUMP SYSTEM Single Direction Main Pump is More Reliable Improved Main Motor Efficiency DETERGENT and RINSE AID DISPENSER Sliding Detergent Cup Lid Prevents Blockage Adjustable Rinse Aid Dispenser for Improved Performance in Various Water Conditions

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Important Safety Instructions Dishwasher Components Materials Chart Loading the Dishwasher Adding Detergent Adding Rinse Agent Identifying Dishwasher Controls Selecting a Wash Cycle Interrupting, Changing or Cancelling A Cycle Unloading the Dishwasher Special Features Care and Cleaning Self Help Models Features Features Descriptions Customer Service Warranty 4 5 6 7-9 10 11 12 13-15 16 17 18-19 20-21 22 23 24 25 26

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING
WARNING When using your dishwasher, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and/or injury to persons, including the following:
1. Bosch dishwashers are provided with two manuals; one, Installation Instruction Manual and one, Use and Care Manual. Read all instructions before using the dishwasher. 2. Use the dishwasher only for its intended function. 3. Use only detergents or wetting agents recommended for use in a dishwasher and keep them out of the reach of children. 4. When loading items to be washed: a. Locate sharp items so that they are not likely to damage the door seal; and b. Load sharp knives with the handle up to reduce the risk of cut-type injuries. 5. Do not wash plastic items unless marked dishwasher safe or the equivalent. For plastic items not so marked, check the manufacturers recommendations. 6. Do not touch the heating element during or immediately after use. 7. Do not operate your dishwasher unless all the enclosure panels are properly in place. 8. Do not tamper with controls. 9. Do not abuse, sit on, or stand on the door or dish rack of the dishwasher. 10.To reduce the risk of injury, do not allow children to play in or on the dishwasher. 11.Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be produced in a hot water system that has not been used for two weeks or more. Hydrogen gas is explosive. If the hot water system has not been used for such a period, before using the dishwasher turn on all hot water faucets and let the water flow from each for several minutes. This will release any accumulated hydrogen gas. As the gas is flammable, do not smoke or use an open flame during this time. 12.Remove the door to the washing compartment when removing an old dishwasher from service or discarding.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS !


GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance must be connected to a grounded metal, permanent wiring system, or an equipment grounding conductor must be run with the circuit conductors and connected to the equipment grounding terminal or lead on the dishwasher. WARNING This dishwasher must be grounded in accordance with the National Electrical Code and/or local codes. Make sure this dishwasher has been properly grounded and installed by a qualified installer before using.

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DISHWASHER COMPONENTS
Figure 1, below, identifies the components of your dishwasher, and shows the page number(s) in this manual on which more information about the component is available. Familiarize yourself with the various parts of your dishwasher before you attempt to wash the first load of dishes.

10 9

5 6 3

2 7 4

Figure 1

Components: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Door gasket Detergent Dispenser Filters (3) Model and Serial Number Label Lower Rack Lower Spray Arm Rinser Agent Dispenser Silverware Baskets (2) Upper Rack Upper Spray Arm

Page Number: Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg. 21 10 20 25 9 21 11 9 8 21

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MATERIALS CHART
Important: Before you wash anything in the dishwasher, check the materials chart shown below in Table 1. Some materials are not dishwasher-safe and should be hand-washed. Others require special loading considerations. Before washing any dishware or cookware, contact the manufacturer of the material to confirm that it is dishwasher-safe.

Materials Chart
MATERIAL ACRYLIC ADHESIVE JOINED ITEMS ALUMINUM DISHWASHER USE NOT RECOMMENDED NOT RECOMMENDED USUALLY SAFE COMMENTS AND/OR SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS Crazing may occur. Items joined by adhesives, whether plastic, wood, bone,steel, copper or tin, etc. may be loosened. Colored anodized aluminum may fade over time. Minerals in the water may cause spotting or darkening of aluminum. This can usually be removed by scouring with a soap filled steel wool pad. Handles may separate. Decorated china, stoneware, and crystal that is hand-painted or trimmed may discolor, fade, or spot. You should hand-wash these items. Position fragile glassware so that it will not topple over or come in contact with other dishes during the wash cycle. If you are not sure whether a particular item is dish washer safe, contact the dish manufacturer. Milk glass may yellow. Iron will rust. Wash by hand and dry immediately. The Bosch dishwasher is only intended for use in cleaning standard household dishware items. After drying the non-stick coating should be covered with a light coating of vegetable oil. Pewter will tarnish. Wash by hand and dry immediately. Wash only dishwasher-safe plastics. Decorated plastics may fade. Do not let stainless steel items contact copper, sterling silver, silverplate, or dissimilar metal items. Do not let sterling silver or silverplate items come in contact with dissimilar metal items. Tin will rust. Wash by hand and dry immediately. Wooden bowls, wooden utensils and wood handled utensils can warp, crack, or lose their finish.

BONE HANDLED UTENSILS CHINA, CRYSTAL, & STONEWARE

NOT RECOMMENDED USUALLY SAFE

GLASS IRON NONDISHWARE ITEMS NON-STICK COATINGS PEWTER, BRASS, & BRONZE PLASTIC

USUALLY SAFE NOT RECOMMENDED NOT RECOMMENDED USUALLY SAFE NOT RECOMMENDED USUALLY SAFE

STAINLESS USUALLY SAFE STEEL STERLING SILVER USUALLY SAFE & SILVERPLATE TIN WOOD Table 1 NOT RECOMMENDED NOT RECOMMENDED

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LOADING THE DISHWASHER


Pre-Load Preparation
Remove large particles of food from the dishes before food has a chance to dry, but rinsing is not necessary.
Food soils will actually enhance the detergents performance. Bottom Rack
AHAM DW-1 -12 Place Setting

Use the Rinse & Hold cycle if waiting an extended period of time before washing. Pre-soak and hand-scour pots and pans with burned-on or blackened food. Do not place foreign objects, such as toothpicks, paper products, plastic bags, or packaging materials, into the dishwasher!
Figure 2

Top Rack
AHAM DW-1 -12 Place Setting

Before loading the dishwasher, review the material chart provided on Page 6.

General Loading Tips


Load dishwasher so water can circulate freely and reach every part of item. Do not allow delicate items to touch - they could be damaged. Place items upside down - so water does not collect inside of them. Place items so that nothing protrudes through the bottom of the racks - this could block the rotation of the spray arms.

Figure 3

Bottom Rack

Loading the Bottom Rack


Place large and/or heavily soiled items in the bottom rack of the dishwasher. Load heavily soiled pots and pans face down, as shown in Figure 4. For larger items, fold down the rear tines on the bottom rack. When in the down position, they can hold extra large utensils, such as serving spoons or large knives.

Figure 4

Rack attachment is available in some models.

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LOADING THE DISHWASHER

Loading the Top Rack


Top Rack Adjustment
The top rack height of the Bosch dishwashers is adjustable (in most models.) There is an upper and lower position for the top rack which is used to accomodate items with different heights.

Cup Shelves Flip down cup shelves. Place glasses upside down with stems resting in the V of the shelves.

Figure 5

How to Adjust the Top Rack


1. 2. 3. Pull out (empty) top rack to the point where it can be lifted upward. Pull the rack outward and up until rollers are completely free of channels. Reinsert the rack with the other set of rollers on the channel.
Figure 6

Figure 7

8"

10"

14"

12"

Figure 8 Upper Position Max. height (on top)8 Max. height (on bottom)14

Lower Position Max. height (on top)10 Max. height (on bottom)12

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LOADING THE DISHWASHER


Loading the Silverware Basket(s)
All Bosch dishwashers have a large silverware basket in the bottom rack. Those models with the TOP RACK ONLY feature have a an additional upper small silverware basket. For personal safety and a top quality clean, place the silverware in the baskets: so that they do not nest together. place silverware with handles-down, but place knives and other potentially dangerous utensils handles-up.
Large Small

Figure 10a Below is an example of a silverware loading pattern that prevents nesting.

Caution: Always load sharp utensils with the sharp point down !
NESTING SILVERWARE

Figure 9

Figure 11 Figure 10b

Large Silverware Basket with Lid


Some models have a large silverware basket with a lid. The lid prevents nesting of silverware, To use, first fold the basket lids down (snap in place), then load silverware. Refer to figures 11 and 12 for recommended silverware loading. Figure 12

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ADDING DETERGENT

Selecting the Right Detergent


Use only fresh dishwashing detergent (powder is recommended). Use of other types of detergents can result in excessive suds. Concentrated detergents usually call for lower usage than standard detergents.

For the best washing results it is important to use the correct type and amount of detergent and rinse agent.

Detergent Dispenser Cover

Filling the Detergent Dispenser


1. Locate the detergent dispenser on the inside door of the dishwasher (see Figure 1). 2. Open the detergent dispenser cover by pushing the release tab. 3. Fill dispenser. Measure the amount of deter gent to use based on the cycle selected and the water hardness (see chart below). 4. Close dispenser. With fingers on arrow, slide cover over the detergent chamber and press down on the arrow until it clicks shut.
Figure 13
Release Tab

45 25 15

Figure 14

The detergent will be dispensed automatically during the wash portion of the cycle.

Important: Too much detergent combined with soft water may cause etching of glassware.

Recommended Detergent Usage


Power Scrub Plus 45 ml 45 ml 25-45 ml

WASH CYCLE
Scrub Wash 45 ml 25-45 ml 25 ml Regular Wash 25-45 ml 25 ml 15-25 ml Delicate/ Economy 25 ml 15-25 ml 15 ml Quick Wash 15-25 ml 15 ml 15 ml Rinse & Hold None None None

WATER TYPE Hard Medium Soft Table 2

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ADDING RINSE AGENT


Rinse Agent
Rinse agent, or a rinse aid, is used to provide optimum drying results and diminish water spotting. Always use a rinse agent with the Bosch dishwasher to insure proper drying results. It rinses the dishware and also rinses the internal parts of the dishwasher.
TO ADJUST RINSE AGENT REGULATOR SETTING: 1. OPEN THE COVER OF THE RINSE AGENT DISPENSER. 2.TURN THE SETTING INDICATOR TO THE DESIRED SETTING.

To Fill the Rinse Agent Reservoir:


1. Open the dishwasher door fully. 2. Open the cover of the rinse agent dispenser by pressing the star on the cover with your index finger while pulling on the tab with your thumb. 3. Add rinse agent to the reservoir until the level indicator turns dark, indicating that the reservoir is full (capacity is approx. 3.5 oz.).

Figure 15

Note: Refill rinse agent when the level indicator shows a silver background with black lines.

Rinse agent level indicator

Rinse Agent Dispenser Regulator


The rinse agent reservoir of the Bosch dishwasher is provided with a regulator calibrated from 1 to 6. (See Figure 15.) This regulator controls the amount of rinse agent dispensed. The dishwasher leaves the factory preset to 4. However, if you see streaks, you should turn the regulator to a lower number. if you see water spots, you should turn the regulator to a higher number. Figure 16

Rinse agent is available in liquid or solid form. Only use the liquid type of rinse agent in the Bosch dishwasher.

Rinse Agent Indicator Light


Some models are equipped with an additional rinse aid indicator light on the control panel. When the rinse agent dispenser is empty, the indicator light will glow and the level indicator will show a silver background with black lines. After filling the rinse agent dispenser, close the door and wait a few minutes for the indicator light to register. Figure 17

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BOSCH DISHWASHER CONTROLS


Figure 18, below, is an illustration of the control panels for the various dishwasher models.

On Off

Cancel Drain

SHV 4800

On Off

Clean

Cancel Drain

SHV 4300

On Off

Clean

Cancel Drain

SHU 9900

SHU 6800 & SHI 6800

On / Off

CycleCountdown

88

Power Scrub Plus

Scrub Wash

Regular Wash

Delicate/ Econo

Quick Wash

Rinse & Hold

Refill Rinse Agent

Power

Delay Start Hours

Top Rack Only

Cancel Drain

On / Off

Cycle Countdown

SHU 5300
Power

88

Power Scrub Plus

Scrub Wash

Regular Wash

Delicate/ Econo

Rinse & Hold

Refill Rinse Agent

Delay Start Hours

Cancel Drain

On / Off

Cycle Countdown

SHU 4300
Power

88

Power Scrub Plus

Regular Wash

Delicate/ Econo

Rinse & Hold

Refill Rinse Agent

Cancel Drain

On / Off

Clean

Power Scrub Plus

Regular Wash

Rinse & Hold

SHU 3300
Power Cancel Drain

On /Off
Power Scrub Regular Wash

High Regular Rinse Temp Temp & Wash Wash Hold

SHU 3030
Figure 18

Rinse & Hold

Cycles

Temp.Options

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CYCLE SELECTION CHARTS

Cycle Selection Chart Bosch Dishwashers


(other than SHU 3030)
MIXED TYPE O. DISHWARE NONDELICATE DELICATE MIXED

AMOUNT O. .OOD REMAINS CONDITIONO. .OOD REMAINS WASH CYCLE

A LOT

A LOT

A LITTLE

A LITTLE

VERY LITTLE

STUCK ON HARD POWER SCRUB PLUS

LOOSELY ATTACHED

SCRUB WASH

REGULAR WASH

DELICATE/ ECONOMY

QUICK WASH

RINSE & HOLD

CYCLE SEQUENCE

Pre-rinse

Pre-rinse Wash 150. .irst Rinse Second Rinse Rinse-aid 161. Drying

Pre-rinse Wash 140. Rinse Rinse-aid 161. Drying Wash 140. Rinse Rinse-aid 155. Drying Wash 104. Rinse Rinse-aid 140. Drying

Pre-rinse

Pre-wash Wash 161. .irst Rinse Second Rinse Rinse-aid 161. Drying

Duration in minutes Water consumption in gallons Water consumption in liters

91 7.1 26.9

80 6.0 22.7

91 5.4 20.4

72 3.6 13.6

29 2.7 10.2

9 1.2 4.5

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CYCLE SELECTION CHARTS

Cycle Selection Chart for SHU 3030


TYPE O. DISHWARE NONDELICATE MIXED DELICATE MIXED

AMOUNT O. .OOD REMAINS CONDITIONO. .OOD REMAINS WASH CYCLE

A LOT

A LOT

A LITTLE

A LITTLE

VERY LITTLE

STUCK ON HARD POWER SCRUB POWER SCRUB REGULAR WASH

LOOSELY ATTACHED REGULAR WASH

(High Temp.Wash)

(Regular Temp.Wash)

(High Temp.Wash)

(Regular Temp.Wash)

RINSE & HOLD

CYCLE SEQUENCE

Pre-rinse one Pre-rinse two Pre-rinse three Pre-wash Wash 151. Rinse Rinse-aid 151.

Pre-rinse one Pre-rinse two Pre-rinse three Pre-wash Wash 135. Rinse Rinse-aid 151.

Pre-rinse

Pre-rinse

Pre-rinse

Pre-wash Wash 151. Rinse Rinse-aid 151. Drying

Pre-wash Wash 135. Rinse Rinse-aid 151. Drying

Drying
Duration in minutes Water consumption in gallons Water consumption in liters

Drying

127 8.9 33.75

119 8.9 33.75

98 6.5 25.35

90 6.5 25.35

9 1.19 4.5

Table 4 Note: On the SHU 3030, when you select Rinse & Hold on the Start and Run Knob, you must also select Rinse & Hold on the Temp. Options button. If not, the unit will go into heat delay, which will cause an extended run time. Soap should not be used with the Rinse & Hold cycle.

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SELECTING A WASH CYCLE


The dishwasher will wash and dry the contents based on cycle selection made. Refer to Tables 3 y 4: Wash Cycle Selection Chart to select the most appropriate cycle for the wash load. Follow these steps to select a cycle and start the dishwasher:

Note: All indicator lights will remain illuminated until the on/ off switch is pressed or the door is opened.

SHU/SHI Models:
1. Close the dishwasher door, making sure that door latches are closed. 2. Press the on/off switch. 3. Select the button for the program de sired.* 4. The dishwasher will start automatically and continue to the end of the selected cycle. 5. At the end of the cycle the dishwasher will stop and either the Clean light will become illuminated, the LED display will showCL or 00, or the dishwasher will beep.
On / Off

Various Model Types

SHU/SHI
CycleCountdown

88

Power Scrub Plus

Scrub Wash

Regular Wash

Delicate/ Econo

Quick Wash

Rinse & Hold

Refill Rinse Agent

Power

Delay Start Hours

Top Rack Only

Cancel Drain

Figure 19

SHV & SHU 9900


On Off

SHV & SHU 9900 Models:


1. Open dishwasher door. 2. Press the on/off switch. 3. Push the button once for the program desired. 4. Close door until it latches and the program will begin. 5. Same as #5 above.

Cancel Drain

Figure 20

VARIOUS END OF CYCLE INDICATORS


Push the desired button TWO TIMES if another program button is lit up. * * * Clean light illuminates CL or 00 is displayed on the LED. Cycle Completion Beeper sounds off (SHU 9900 models only)

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INTERRUPTING, CHANGING OR CANCELLING A CYCLE


Cycle Interruption
As a safety feature the dishwasher will automatically turn itself off whenever the door is opened. However, if the door is opened quickly while in a wash or rinse cycle some water may splash out of the dishwasher. For this reason it is recommended that the machine always be switched off before opening the door.

To Interrupt a Cycle
1. press the on/off button to stop operation. 2. Wait at least 10 seconds (or until the water noises stop) before opening the door.

WARNING DO NOT PULL DOOR FULLY OPEN WHILE DISHWASHER IS IN OPERATION. QUICKLY OPENING THE DOOR WHILE DISHWASHER IS IN OPERATION COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS SCALDING.

ON/OFF BUTTON
ON/OFF BUTTON
On / Off

To Resume a Cycle
1. SHU/SHI models, close the door and press the on/off button. 1. SHV models, push the on/off button and close the door.
Power

Figure 21

Changing a Cycle
To change the cycle selection, press the program button of the desired cycle TWICE. The chosen cycle button (or the light above it) becomes illuminated, showing that it has been selected. * SHU 3030 models do not have program lights

CHANGE CYCLE
CHANGE CYCLE
Cycle Countdown

88

Power Scrub Plus

Regular Wash

Delicate/ Econo

Rinse & Hold

Cancelling a Cycle
Each control panel shows which buttons to simultaneously push to cancel a cycle. Refer to your dishwasher to find the cancel drain buttons on your particular model. 1. Press the indicated buttons at the same time and hold for approximately 3 seconds. 2. When the drain pump noises stop and the LED display or clean light indicate that the end of the cycle has been reached, the dish washer is reset. 3. Press the on/off button to turn the dishwasher off. 4. The dishwasher is now ready to run a selected cycle. Add more detergent if necessary. Figure 22

Cancel Drain

CANCEL CYCLE
CANCEL CYCLE
Cycle Countdown

88

Power Scrub Plus

Regular Wash

Delicate/ Econo

Rinse & Hold

Cancel Drain

Figure 23

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UNLOADING THE DISHWASHER

Unloading
When unloading the dishwasher always unload the lower rack first and then unload the upper rack. This will minimize the chance of water drops from the upper rack falling on the dishes in the lower rack. The silverware basket(s) of the Bosch dishwasher can be removed for easy unloading. The dishware tends to get hot immediately following a completed cycle. If the door is opened slightly for a few minutes before unloading, the dishes will cool more quickly.
Figure 24

Condensation Drying
The combination of a high final rinse temperature, the tubs cool stainless steel interior, and the sheeting action of a Rinse Agent result in effective and efficient drying. The closed condensation drying feature is hygienic, and saves energy and money. For best drying results, it is important that the Rinse Aid Dispenser be kept full.

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SPECIAL FEATURES
Please refer to the (pg. 23, Table 6) features chart to determine which special features your particular model dishwasher has.

Delayed Start
On a few Bosch dishwashers, the start of the washing cycle can be delayed for up to 9 hours in 1hour increments. Follow these steps to delay the start of a wash cycle: 1. Close the door of the dishwasher securely until the latches snap shut. 2. Press the on/off button. The indicator light for the cycle that was last selected illuminates. 3. Immediately press the timer button labeled DELAY-START-HOURS and the LED display will show 1h. 4. Press the DELAY-START-HOURS button as many times as necessary until the LED display shows the desired number of hours. (Ex: 1h, 2h, 3h...).

DELAY START BUTTON


Cycle Countdown

1h

Power Scrub Plus

Scrub Wash

Regular Wash

Delicate/ Econo

Rinse & Hold

Refill Rinse Agent

Delay Delay Start Start Hours Hours

Cancel Drain

Figure 25

The cycle can be changed at any time during the delay.

The Top Rack Only Cycle


Some BOSCH models have a Top Rack Only cycle that saves energy and water when you have only a small load of dishes. Also, youll use less detergent for the Top Rack Only cycle. The washing time, however, is not reduced. The upper rack of the dishwasher has been designed with flexibility in mind. You can load glasses, cups, plates, bowls and small pots in many different positions to fit your needs. Figure 26 shows a typical mixed load placed correctly in the upper rack for the Top Rack Only cycle.

Figure 26

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SPECIAL FEATURES
Cycle Completion Signal
(SHU 9900 models) At the end of a wash cycle, the beeper will sound off two times, and again every 15 minutes until the dishwasher is turned off. To Enable or Disable the Cycle Completion Signal 1. Open the door, hold down the Quick Wash button and simultaneously turn the Dishwasher on. The Quick Wash light will blink (program mode). 2. While the light is still blinking, push the Quick Wash button. If the machine beeps, then the Cycle Completion Signal has been enabled. When you push the button again and it doesnt beep, it means that the Cycle Completion Signal has been disabled. 3. Turn the Dishwasher off to take it out of program mode.

Figure 27

Accomodating Extra Tall Items


If you have extra tall items that cannot fit in the bottom rack without interfering with the upper spray arm or without hitting the top rack (max. height 22), you can remove the upper rack. A special accessory, the Extra Tall Item Sprinkler, lets you run the dishwasher with top rack removed. See Figures 27 and 28.

Note: Be sure to remove the Extra Tall Item Sprinkler before you reinstall the top rack, otherwise the door could become damaged and not close properly.

Installing Extra Tall Item Sprinkler


1. With top rack empty, remove it from the dishwasher by pulling the rack toward you to the point where you can lift it up and out, disengaging the wheels from the side rails. 2. Place the Extra Tall Item Sprinkler over the top rack spray outlet at the back of the dishwasher tub and turn it clockwise to lock the sprinkler head in place. See Figure 28. 3. Place the extra tall items in the bottom rack for washing, as shown in Figure 27. To remove the Extra Tall Item Sprinkler, turn it counterclockwise and pull it out. Then replace the top rack.

Figure 28

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CARE AND CLEANING


General Maintenance
Certain areas of your Bosch Dishwasher require periodic owner inspection. The following maintenance tasks can be performed to help assure top performance: Check the Large Object Trap * Check the Wash Arms Clean Stainless Steel Inner Door Clean Door Panel (Stainless Steel or Colored) Clean the Door Gasket

Triple Filter System


1. Large Object Trap 2. Micro Filter 3. Fine Filter
Figure 29

These tasks are described in subsequent sections.

Clean Filters
Under normal use, the filter system is self-cleaning. The purpose of the Large Object Trap is to help prevent undesirable objects such as bones, glass, straws and toothpicks from damaging the pump system. Items such as these should be removed fromthe Large Object Trap. * Bosch dishwashers have a triple filter system composed of a Microfilter, a Fine Filter and a Large Object Trap.

Turn left to loosen (counter-clockwise) and right to tighten (clock-wise).

To Remove the Large Object Trap: 1. Turn the ring handle (as shown in Figure 30) 1/4 turn counter-clockwise and lift out. 2. Lift out the large object trap for inspection.

Figure 30

3. If large solids, such as bones, large seed(s), or paper labels are present, remove them by hand. The Large Object Trap can also be flushed out by holding it under running water. 4. If necessary, the micro and fine filters can be removed at this time. To Re-insert the Large Object Trap in the Dishwasher: 1. Press the filters firmly into position. 2. Turn 1/4 turn clockwise until locked. 3. Pull gently to ensure that it is locked in place.

Take out Large Object Trap, Microfilter and Fine Filter to inspect and clean.

Figure 31

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Check Wash Arms
The wash arms should be checked periodically to ensure that the spray orifices are clear and unobstructed. If the wash arms require cleaning they are easy to remove and replace: 1. The lower wash arm simply snaps into place. Pull gently upwards to remove it. 2. The upper wash arm is held in position by a locking nut. Turn the locking ring approximately 1/8 turn clockwise to release the arm. See Figure 32. 3. After cleaning, reinstall the wash arms.
Figure 32a

For SHU 6800 Models Only:


Normally, the bottom door seal should not be cleaned. If necessary, wipe only with a dry clean cloth.

Clean Stainless Steel Tank and Inner Door


Clean the outer edges of the inside door panel regularly to remove food particles that can gather there from normal loading. If spots begin to appear on the stainless steel tank or inner door, check to make sure that the rinse agent reservoir is full.

Clean Outer Door


Colored Doors
Use only soft cloth that is lightly dampened with soapy water. Do not use paper towels or an abrasive cloth.

Stainless Steel Doors:


Use a soft cloth with a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner. For best results, apply stainless steel cleaner directly to the cloth, then wipe the surface. Do not use metal scouring pads to clean the stainless steel surfaces as these can scratch the surface and leave metal fragments that can rust.

Figure 32b

Clean Door Gasket


Clean the door gasket regularly to remove food particles that can gather from normal loading. If necessary clean the door gasket using a damp cloth.

Gasket
Figure 33

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SELF-HELP
Dishwashers may exhibit problems that are unrelated to a malfunction of the dishwasher itself. The following table may serve to answer your question about a problem you are having without having to call a repair person.

PROBLEM
Dishes do not dry Indicator light(s) do not come on Dishwasher does not start Dishwasher runs a long time

POSSIBLE CAUSE
Rinse-aid dispenser is empty. Fill rinse-aid dispenser. A fuse may have blown or a circuit breaker tripped. Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker at your fuse box/breaker box. Door of dishwasher not properly closed. Close dishwasher making sure that door latches. If the dishwasher completes the cycle, but the run time seem exceptionally long it is probably due to cold incoming water. To avoid this problem it is recommended that before starting the dishwasher: open the hot water faucet at the sink nearest the dishwasher and run the water until it runs hot. Then turn off the water and start the dishwasher. Water line is closed or inlet filter is blocked. Open water valve and/or check inlet filter. Kink in drain hose. Filter clogged. Kitchen sink clogged. Air gap (type installed at sink) clogged. Check drain hose and fine and coarse filters (see section titled CARE and CLEANING). Check kitchen sink to make sure it is draining well. If problem is kitchen sink not draining you may need a plumber rather than a serviceman for the dishwasher. A program was not completely finished. Remove lower spray arm and clean arm and spray arm mounts. Too little rinse-aid. Too much rinse-aid used. Utensils not properly arranged. Incorrect type of detergent used. Use only automatic dishwasher detergents. Incorrect amount of detergent or rinse agent. Utensils incorrectly arranged or rack overloaded. Wash arm rotation blocked by utensils. Filters not properly fitted into position. Clogged nozzles in wash arm(s) Unsuitable program selected.

Machine cycle does not advance to rinse Water not pumped from dishwasher

Detergent dispenser lid will not close Lower spray arm does not rotate freely White deposits left on dishes Streaks on glassware Rattling noises Suds in dishwasher Unsatisfactory washing result

Table 5

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MODELS FEATURES
SHU 9920 Series

SHU 5310 Series

SHU 4300 Series

SHU 9910 Series

SHU 3300 Series

SHU 3030 Series


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FEATURES
Bosch Flow-Through Heater 161F Wash Temperature Four-level Wash Condensation Drying Bosch Sensotronic Bosch Top Rack Only Wash Power Scrub Plus Cycle Power Scrub Cycle Scrub Wash Cycle Regular Wash Cycle Delicate/Economy Cycle Quick Wash Cycle Rinse & Hold Cycle Nylon Racks Height-Adjustable Upper Rack Flip Tines on Bottom Rack Electronic Controls Delay Start Digital Countdown Display LED Sequence Indicator Bosch AVS Silence Rating Triple Filter System Refill Rinse Agent Light Cycle Completion Signal

SHU 3300 DLX

Stainless Steel Bosch TallTub 46 -

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54

48

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ACCESSORIES CHART

PART NUMBER
1005 1025 1024 1042 1046 1040 1000 2004 UC UC UC UC UC UC UC UC

SS door with SS handle (SHV Series only)* SGZ SS door frame and front (SHU Series only; accepts SS panel only)* SGZ Almond door frame and front (Accepts almond panel only) SGZ Heavy-duty white door frame kit** (For 1/8 to 1/4 panels) SGZ Heavy-duty black door frame kit** (For 1/8 to 1/4 panels) SGZ Adaptor kit for 60 cm cabinet SGZ Extra large knife rack SGZ Glass rack insert for bottom rack (max. ht. 13.5) SGZ

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SHU 5300 Series


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SHV 4300 Series

Model Features Chart

M O D E L S

SHU/SHI 6800 Series

BOSCH DISHWASHER FEATURES DESCRIPTIONS


Bosch AVS II Silence Rating: A two-pump motor system, suspension motor,and triple insulation make Bosch the quietest dishwashers in North America. Bosch SoundSeal: An added measure of insulation on the SHU 6800 series in the form of a sound tight seal eliminating noise typically emitted from the toe-kick area. Bosch Suspension Motor: By suspending the motor in air, any vibration that may be caused is eliminated. Condensation Drying: The combination of a high final rinse temperature, the tubs cool stainless steel interior, and the sheeting action of a Rinse Agent result in effective and efficient drying. The closed condensation drying feature is hygienic, and saves energy and money. Cycle Completion Signal: An optional beeper which lets you know when the cycle is complete. Delicate/Economy Cycle: Saves water and energy, while removing loosely attached food from delicate dishware. Delay Start: Delay the dishwashers start for up to nine hours. Digital Countdown Display: Lets you know exactly when the cycle will be complete. Electronic Controls: Easy to use push button controls with programs Bosch Flow-Through Heater: Water passes through a heating chamber where it is efficiently heated to temperatures up to 161F. Four-level Wash: Multiple spraying levels provide optimal disbursement of fresh water. Height-Adjustable Upper Rack: Raise or lower the top rack to fit items up to 14 tall in the bottom rack, or up to 10 tall in the top rack. LED Sequence Indicator: Indicates the current point in the wash cycle, so youll know if its OK to add a last-minute dish. Exceptionally Low Water Usage: Bosch dishwashers use very little water as low as 2.5 gallons in the Delicate/Economy cycle. Flip Tines: Fold-down tines in the bottom rack accommodate even large cookware. Nylon Racks: Eliminate cuts and nicks with nylon-coated racks featuring a five-year warranty. Power Scrub Plus Cycle: For heavy loads with stuck-on food, this powerful cycle features an extra 125 pre-wash to soak food loose. Quick Wash Cycle: Cleans lightly soiled dishes in a short 29-minute cycle. Good for glassware, coffee cups, etc. Refill Rinse Agent Light: Lets you know when you need to add more rinse agent. Regular Wash Cycle: Good for everyday loads with loosely attached food. Rinse & Hold Cycle: If you dont want to wash right away, use this cycle to rinse the dishware, then hold it until you have a full load. Bosch Sensotronic: Proven scanning technology checks the condition of the water, then automatically decides whether a second fresh-water fill is necessary. Scrub Wash Cycle: For stuck-on foods that dont require soaking, this powerful cycle uses less water than the Power Scrub Plus Cycle. Stainless Steel Bosch Tall Tub: Provides the assurance of a lifetime warranty against rustthrough with a hygienic interior surface. Bosch Top Rack Only Wash: When you dont have a full load of dishes to wash, this feature washes just those on the top rack, saving water. Triple Filter System: Three built-in filters ensure the distribution of clean water throughout the wash cycle, and an added safety feature preventing any foreign materials from clogging the main pump or drain pump.

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CUSTOMER SERVICE
Your Bosch dishwasher requires no special care other than that described in the care and cleaning chapter. If you are having a problem with your dishwasher, before calling for service please refer to the Self-Help chapter. If service becomes necessary, contact your dealer or installer or an authorized service center. Do not attempt to repair the appliance yourself. Any work performed by unauthorized personnel may void the warranty. If you are having a problem with your BOSCH dishwasher and are not pleased with the service you have received, please take the following steps (in the order listed below) until the problem is corrected to your satisfaction.

1. 2. 3.

Contact your installer or the Bosch Authorized Service Contractor in your area. E-mail us from the customer service section of our web site, www.boschappliances.com. Write to us at the address below: BSH Home Appliances, Corp. 5551 McFadden Avenue Huntington Beach, CA 92649 Call us at: 1-800/944-2904.

4.

Please be sure to include (if writing), or have available (if calling), the following information: Model Number Serial Number Date of Original Purchase Date Problem Originated Explanation of Problem

Also, if writing, please be sure to include a daytime phone number. You will find the model number and serial number information on the label located on the right-hand side of the inner door of the dishwasher. See Figure 1for an example.

Figure 34 Please make a copy of your invoice and keep it with your manual.

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Statement of Warranties - Bosch Dishwashers


The warranties provided by BSH Home Appliances LP (Bosch) in this Statement of Warranties apply only to Bosch Dishwashers sold to the first using purchaser by Bosch or its authorized dealers, retailers or service centers in the United States or Canada. The Warranties provided herein are not transferable.

LENGTH OF WARRANTY 1 Year Full Limited Warranty From Date of Installation*

SCOPE OF WARRANTY Bosch will repair or replace any component part that proves defective under conditions of normal home use free of charge, labor and shipping costs included. Repair service must be performed by an Authorized Bosch Service Center (All cosmetic damages must be reported within 30 days of installation).

2 Year Limited Warranty From Date of Installation*

Bosch will provide replacement parts free of charge for any component part that proves defective under conditions of normal home use, labor charges excluded.

5 Year Limited Warranty on Electronics From Date of Installation*

Bosch will repair or replace any microprocessor or printed circuit boards that prove defective under normal use during the second through fifth year from the date of original purchase, labor charges excluded.

5 Year Limited Warranty From Date of Installation*

Bosch will replace the upper or lower dish rack (excluding rack components) free of charge, if the rack proves defective in materials or workmanship under conditions of normal home use, labor charges excluded.

Lifetime Limited Warranty against Stainless Steel Rust Through From Date of Installation*

Bosch will replace your dishwasher with the same model or a current model that is equivalent or better in functionality if the inner liner should rust through under conditions of normal home use, labor charges excluded. Bosch will replace the stainless steel door of any dishwasher if the door should rust through under conditions of normal home use, labor charges excluded.

* Date of installation shall refer to the earlier of the date the dishwasher is installed or ten business days after the delivery date. Exclusions: This warranty does not cover service calls or repairs to correct the installation of the dishwasher, to provide instructions on the use of your dishwasher, to replace house fuses or correct plumbing or the electric wiring in your home or to repair any dishwasher thats use was in a manner other than what is normal and customary for home use. In addition, the warranties provided in this Statement exclude any defects or damage arising from accident, alteration, misuse, abuse, improper installation, unauthorized service work, external forces beyond Boschs control, such as fire, flood, and other acts of God, or installation not in accordance with local electrical and plumbing codes. Labor charges incurred in the repair or replacement of any dishwasher after the one year from date of installation shall not be covered by this warranty. Any and all replaced and/or repaired parts shall assume the identity of the original for purposes of the applicable warranty period. TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. BOSCH DOES NOT ASSUME ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE, CONTACT THE NEAREST BOSCH AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER OR CALL 1 - 800 / 944 - 2904, OR WRITE BSH HOME APPLIANCES CORP. DIRECTLY AT: 5551 McFADDEN AVENUE, HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA 92649. BE SURE TO PROVIDE YOUR DISHWASHERS MODEL, SERIAL NUMBER, PURCHASE DATE AND THE SELLERS NAME AND ADDRESS.1

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