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DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY

5. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY


5-1. TOOLS FOR DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY

No. Tool DESCRIPTION

10 mm Heater(1),Tub(16), Fixer screw(5)


1 Box driver 13 mm Motor(1), Balance(5), Shock Absorber (2 holes each in
19 mm left/right), Pulley(1) ,Damper(oil)(2), Damper(friction 1)

Replaced by box driver


2 Double-ended spanner 10, 13, 19 mm
Leg

A Tool for protecting empty turning of bolt or abrasion from


3 Vice pliers using box driver
For disassembly of Spindrum

4 T Type 10mm BOX (over 250mm) For disassembly of Heater

5 Etc.(screwdriver, nipper, long nose) General tools for A/S activity

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5-2. Disassembling and Repairing
 The product colors shown in the illustration photos may differ from the real product.

Part Name Figure Method of Repair

Removing and
repairing the
motor at the 1. Unfasten the two (2) screws that hold the back
back of the unit cover in place. Remove the back cover by sliding it
down. (When assembling, slide the back cover up.)

2. After removing the back cover, unfasten the M19


nut that holds the motor in place.
(Caution: Turn the nut counterclockwise to unfasten
it. You have to turn it with a quick ‘twist’ because
turning it slowly turns the motor at the same time
and makes it difficult to loosen the nut.)

Do not try to unfasten the nut by inserting a screw


driver into the motor. This may cause a motor
malfunction.
3. Remove the M19 nut washer and then remove the
rotor. (Pulling out the rotor requires some force
and is pulled out suddenly rather than slowly. Be
careful, as the stator when pulled out, may cause
damage to the corners of the frame, or injury
to your hands or arms.) Disconnect the wires
connected to the motor.

To remove the connector, press the navel of the


housing and pull it towards the inside.

4. Remove the motor wire and hall sensor while


holding down the navel of the housing.

Be cautious when handling as the hall sensor is


susceptible to shock.

5. Unfasten the six (6) M10 screws.  Remove the


assy bracket motor.  Remove the stator.

When unfastening the last one of the six (6)


screws, hold the stator by hand to prevent it from
falling due to its weight.
MOTOR
WIRE CHECK-POINT

1) Check whether there are any foreign substances


between the rotor and the stator.
HALL 2) Check whether the motor power wires (blue, while,
SENSOR red) are connected correctly.
3) Check whether the hall sensor wire is connected
correctly.

Connect the motor power wires in the order blue,


white and red, starting from the furthest right.
Check whether each voltage between blue and
white, white and red, red and blue is 15 Ω.

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Part Name Figure Method of Repair

1. Unfasten the two (2) screws that hold the back


cover in place.
- Remove the back cover.

2. Remove the connecting wire.


- Remove the thermostat which is fixed at the
bottom of the tub.
(Be careful as there may be water remaining.)
You MUST remove the thermostat BEFORE
removing the heater. If you remove or assemble
in the reverse order, the thermostat may receive a
shock and become damaged.

Removal of the
heater/ 3. Loosen the nut that holds the heater in place with
thermostat at a M10 tool. Remove the heater.
the back of the (Rather than unfasten it completely, loosen the
unit nut that holds the heater in place to the end.
After loosening it, pull the heater towards the
front. However, a shock to the heater may cause
a malfunction. Therefore, do not use pincers or
nippers. Pull it out with your hands swinging a
little.)

4. Remove the heater from the tub.

Assembling Precautions
Make sure to correctly position the heater onto
the bracket inside the tub. Incorrect positioning
may cause fire. When assembling, fully insert the
heater until the packing is completely engaged
inside the tub so that the packing adheres
completely to the tub.
thermistor
CHECK-POINT

1) Check whether the resistance of the heater is 27.1


Ω for the 1900W unit, and 26.2 Ω for the 2000W
Thermistor unit.

2) Check whether the resistance of the thermister is


12k Ω (at room temperature).

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Part Name Figure Method of Repair

1. Remove the back cover and unfasten the screws


that hold the main PCB in place.
Remove the
screws.

2. Remove the PCB cover inside.


Remove the wire harness connector which is
connected to the PCB.
Remove the reactor wire.

Replacement of 3. Replace the main PCB.


the main PCB You cannot remove the PCB separately because
urethane is used for water proofing.

CHECK-POINT

1) Check whether there is any error in applying the


power.

2) Check the voltage between the DC 5V and GND


terminals. KΩ

3) If an error occurs when there is no characteristic


error in the electric harnesses, check these points:
3E error: The resistance of motor(U-V/V-W/W-U) is
15 Ω
HE/HE1 error: The resistance of heater(for 1900W
unit) is 27 Ω
DE1 error: The resistance of door switch is 140 to
145 Ω
HE/HE1 error: The resistance of thermostat is 0 Ω
5E error: The resistance of drain motor is 400 Ω
4E error: The resistance of water valve is 4.4 kΩ

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Part Name Figure Method of Repair

1. Unfasten the two (2) hexagonal screws that hold


the top cover in place.

2. Remove the top cover by sliding it towards the


back.

Removal of the
top cover and Detergent drawer
control panel (for separation button
sub PCB check)

3. Remove the detergent drawer by pressing the


detergent drawer’s sky blue separation button.

Three (3) screws at the

4. Unfasten the three (3) screws at top of the control


panel. Unfasten the two rubber caps and screws at
the front.

Two (2) screws at the

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5. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY

Part Name Figure Method of Repair

5. Remove the control panel by snapping it and


pulling it up, and remove the wire connected to the
sub PCB. Unfasten the five (5) screws that hold the
sub PCB assy in place and remove the sub PCB
assy.
Removal of the
top cover and
control panel (for CHECK-POINT
sub PCB check)
- Under the conditions that the assembly is engaged
and the power is applied, enter Test mode by
pressing the Power, Rinse, and Spin buttons at the
same time.

 Ensure that all LEDs are lit.

1. Unfasten the two (2) screws that hold the hinges


of the front cover in place.

Removal/
Assembly of the 2. Remove the door assy by lifting it up a little.
door

3. Remove the thirteen (13) screws that hold the door


cover in place.

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Part Name Figure Method of Repair

4. Remove the door cover and then remove the


hinges.

Removal/
Assembly of the CHECK-POINT
door
- Check whether there is any damage to or
loosening of the screws that hold the hinges in
place, the front and back parts of the door, and the
hinges themselves.

1. Under the condition that the control panel is


removed, unfasten the two (2) screws at the top
and the four (4) screws at the bottom.

Cover
2. Insert your hand into the unit and remove the front
Front cover by pulling the third hook towards the inside.

When assembling the front cover, first hook the


front cover to the bottom of the frame, and then
align the assembling clamps into the holes and pull
the front cover into the frame.
Removal of the
front cover/ front
frame (for Door
Lock S/W check)

3. Remove the diaphragm springs. To ease the


removal, insert a flat screwdriver inside the
diaphragm and pull it out. (It is possible to
assemble and remove the diaphragm spring while
the front cover is assembled.)

To assemble the diaphragm springs, assemble


them by first inserting the spring at the bottom into
the grooves and pulling it clockwise.

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Part Name Figure Method of Repair

4. Remove the diaphragm from the front frame.

(When removing or assembling the diaphragm,


work slowly in one direction to prevent it from
being damaged.)

Assembly Precautions
Hook and fix the hooking grooves of the
diaphragm to the front frame. Insert the diaphragm
into the grooves while pulling it a little in the
clockwise direction.

5. Remove the three (3) screws that hold the door


S/W in place. Remove the door S/W. Remove the
three (3) wires.
Remove (When removing the connector, press on the hook
three (3) to disengage the clamp and remove it.)
screws.

Removal of the
front cover/ front
frame (for Door
Lock S/W check) CHECK-POINT

1) Check whether the door S/W On/Off is working


correctly (a ‘click’ is heard) by pressing both the
Silver Wash and the Wash buttons in test mode.
A (Press the Spin, Dry, and Power buttons at the
same time to enter test mode.)

2) If a “click” is heard and the door is not locked,


check whether the white structure in the “A” area
has a fault.
Lever

6. You can remove the front frame by unfastening the


seven (7) screws on both sides and the single (1)
screw at the bottom.

When assembling, hook the door lock S/W assy


to the frame at the bottom and project the end
of the lever for the assy through the hole at the
bottom of the front frame. Then proceed with the
Hole through which assembly work.
the lever is projected

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5. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY

Part Name Figure Method of Repair

1. After removing the top cover:


- Remove the screws that hold the water supply
valve in place.

Removal/
Replacement of
the water supply
valve 2. Remove the wires connected to the four (4) values.
First remove a black hose connected to a value,
and then, you can remove the value.

CHECK-POINT

- One of the Pre wash, Warm water, main wash, and


steam wash valves is operated according to the
Remove number of times the Temp button is pressed in test
mode.

1. Remove the top cover and identify the water level


sensors at the back.

 
Removal/
Replacement of
the water level 2. Remove the screws that hold the water level
sensors sensors in place. Remove the wires and the
hoses connected to the water level sensors at the
bottom. The water level sensors are replaceable.

CHECK-POINT

1) Enter test mode.


2) Turn the jog dial to the Boil course.
3) The water level is shown on the display.
4) Force the supply water in test mode and check
  changes in the water level shown on the display.
(ex: A00->987)

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Part Name Figure Method of Repair

 
1. Remove the top cover.
- Remove the single (1) screw that holds the
condenser in place.
- Remove the two (2) connectors.
Removal of
the duct (for
replacement of
the condenser)
CHECK-POINT

- Check whether there is any damage to the


appearance and to the terminals.

Removal of CHECK-POINT
the duct (for
replacement 1) Check any loosening and breaking of the belt.
of the belt and 2) Check any wearing of the pulley and damage to the
pulley) cooling wings.

1. Remove the nut that holds the pulley in place.


- Remove the screws.

 
Removal of
the duct (for
replacement of
the drying motor) 2. Remove the white connector connected to the
motor (the drying motor power line).

팬모터
전원 커넥터 CHECK-POINT

1) Turn the motor by hand and check if it turns


without any obstruction.
2) Check the resistance inside the motor.
(Measure the resistance between the white and
  blue wires)
 Several Ω: short circuit, ∞: breaking of a wire

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Part Name Figure Method of Repair

1. Remove the connected connector.


Remove the screws that hold each thermostat in
place. Identify the white and black wires when
connecting the connector.
Removal of
the Duct (for
replacement of CHECK-POINT
the thermostat)
1) When the ‘pressing part’ for measuring the
resistance between the two ends of the
thermostat is pressed, identify if the resistance
becomes 0 Ω.
2) If the ‘pressing part’ is pressed when it is lifted up
due to overheating, a “snap” is heard.

Upper Plate

1. Remove the top cover. Unfasten the six (6) screws


at the side of the upper plate and remove the
upper plate. Remove the screws holding the
thermistor in place.

Removal of
the Duct (for
replacement of
the thermistor)
Thermistor 2. Unfasten the two (2) screws at the places
connected to the drying duct. Remove the blue
connector.

Drying duct

CHECK-POINT
Thermistor
connector 1) Enter test mode.
2) Turn the jog dial to the Intensive course.
3) The temperature is shown on the display. (HEX)-
”00”-Error
4) The resistance measured with a tester should be
60 kΩ at 20’.

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Part Name Figure Method of Repair

1. Remove the top cover, control panel and upper


plate.

2. Unfasten the nine (9) screws that hold the black


housing (for the duct) in place.

3. Unfasten the three (3) screws that hold the duct in


place and remove the drying heater.
Removal of
the Duct (for
replacement
of the drying
heater)

CHECK-POINT

1) Check the resistance of the heater


(resistance between terminal A and terminal B/C:
Terminal A 47 Ω)
2) Check connector connections.
Terminal B

Remove the joint diaphragm, unfasten the single


(1) screw at the end of the duct, and remove the
wire harness connector, and then remove the
drying duct.

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Part Name Figure Method of Repair

1. Remove the top cover.


2. Unfasten the three (3) screws at the top.
3. Remove the silver nano kit wire and hoses, and
remove the detergent drawer.

Removal of
the internal
detergent drawer

CHECK-POINT

1) Check whether there is a gap between the top


plate and the bottom housing.
 Gaps may cause leakages.
2) Check the resistance between the terminals of the
silver nano kit

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Part Name Figure Method of Repair

1. Lay the unit on the front or the side.

Do not lay the unit on the back because it may


Bellows cause damage to the fittings for the drain hose.

2. Remove the connector connected to the drain


motor.

Removal of the
drain motor
3. Unfasten the two (2) screws and remove the drain
motor from the tub.

Rod-D.V

4. When assembling the drain motor, let the wire be


fixed into the inner groove of the Rod-D.V.

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5-2. How to Drain Remaining Water and Repair the Drain Motor

Part Name Figure Method of Repair

 When t e door lock is released normally:

1. If the door lock is activated, the door lock is


released when the Stop&Add button is pressed
and water is drained below the safety level.

2. Turn on the unit and perform a spin to drain water


only, which will release the door lock.

Release of door
lock

 When the unit does not turn on due to a power


failure or another fault:

1. Remove the front cover at the bottom of the unit.

2. Pull the manual lever out to release the door lock.

If normal operation is possible, use the Spin course to


drain the remaining water from the tub.
Removal of
remaining water If this is impossible, remove the laundry from the tub
and scoop out the remaining water using a cup or
other such vessel.

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Part Name Figure Method of Repair

Lay a blanket or soft cloth on the floor and lay the unit
on the left side or the front so that you can see the
draining part.

Do not lay the unit on its back as this may damage


the fittings for the drain hose. It is recommended
laying the unit on its left side to prevent water from
getting onto the PBA or electrical harness.

Removal of the Unfasten the screws that connect the draining part
drain motor and the motor part.

Remove the drain bellows and the drain motor from


the tub.

1. Perform the process after removing all front and


back covers, the top cover, the drying duct, and the
Removal of the
detergent drawer.
tub
2. Unfasten the two (2) screws at the back and
덕트 콘텐서 remove the duct condenser from the frame.

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Part Name Figure Method of Repair

3. Unfasten the four (4) M10 bolts by inserting a


boxer into the frame holes at the front bottom and
the back holes on the frame.

4. Two persons should hold the tub and lift it out


towards the front, while pulling the spring out from
Removal of the the hook.
tub

5. Remove the screws that hold the duct condenser


in place and the hose, and remove the duct
condenser from the tub.

6. Remove the four (4) bolts at the front of the tub


and remove the weight balancer.

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Part Name Figure Method of Repair

Removal of the 7. Unfasten the M10 bolts at the middle of the tub
tub and remove the front from the back of the tub.

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