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SAMSUNG
WASHER
WITH UPDATES
Presented by: Rick Kuemin, MSA Training Director www.msaworld.com
Brought to you by:
Washers and Dryers for cleaner living
WF410 WF520 WF350 WF330 WF220 WF210
WF409 WF448 WF419 WF328 WF219 WF218 WF209
2010 Models Above
5 Versions 2 Versions 4 Versions 3 Versions 2 Versions 2 Versions 2 Versions
2 Versions 2 Versions 2 Versions 1 Version 2 Versions 1 Version
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Critical Parts Look-up Information
 Always look for a “Version Number” on all products, if
you are looking up parts, ask tech to verify “Version”.
 Always get the Serial Number on all products. There
are “Running Changes” that have “Bulletins” referring to
part number changes at a production Serial Number. If
you are looking up parts, ask tech to verify “Serial
Number”.
 Laundry – Software Code could be important.
 Any Doubt Call GPCA
 Refurbished Products have no Serial or Version #s
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SERVICE BULLETIN
WF209ANW/XAA, WF218ANB/XAA , WF218ANW/XAA
WF219ANB/XAA , WF219ANW/XAA
 SYMPTOM: When the cold water temperature is low, especially
in winter months, the washer has a more difficult time balancing,
creating excessive vibration. The washer may extend the spin
time or finish the last spin with clothes remaining wet.
 REPAIR: First verify the current version of software in the unit.
This can be done by pressing the SPIN, SOIL LEVEL and POWER
buttons simultaneously with the power off. The software version
will be displayed on the front panel display followed by 1e.
Refer to the version table listed below to determine if a new
main PCB is required.
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SERVICE BULLETIN
WF209ANW/XAA, WF218ANB/XAA , WF218ANW/XAA
WF219ANB/XAA , WF219ANW/XAA
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The Tech is expected to meet higher standards
 What advice would you give to a technician who
questions the customer’s intelligence by saying
something like:
 “We’ve had nothing but trouble with this model.”
 “I see this problem all the time.”
 “Why did you buy this Brand Samsung product?
Brand Z is much better.”
 “You should have purchased a simpler machine.
This one has too many bells and whistles and
doesn’t clean/dry/cook/cool any better than a
cheaper one.”
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6 3 5 5 4 3 C P 1 0 0 1 6 0 A
Production
Line
Pro. Month
1~9 : Jan~Sep
A : October
B : November
C : December
Check Digit
Model Name
Production
Country
Korea 2,3
China A
Thailand D
Mexico G
India Z
USA ???
Reject Reasons:
Missing the “/XAA”
Missing the “Check Digit
Production Year
R : 2001 T : 2002 W : 2003
X : 2004 Y : 2005 A : 2006 Jan
L : From
02/2006 P : 2007 Q : 2008
S : 2009 Z : 2010 B:2011
C:2012 D:2013 F:2014
G:2015 H:2016 J:2017
K:2018 M:2019 N:2020
Laundry Serial Number
Samsung HA Warranty
 ALL Warranties are subject to change, always verify.
 1 Year Parts & Labor Base Warranty, Labor may not apply over 1 year
• Some items may have longer Warranties, Check Owners Manual or
800-SAMSUNG
 Refrigerator Sealed System Five Years Parts & Labor
 Laundry 2 years on Control Boards, 3 years on Stainless tubs, 10 years on DD washer
motors
 M/W oven 10 years on Magnetron Tubes
 Range 5 years on Glass Cooktop and Radiant Surface Units
 D/W 5 years Printed Circuit Board, Racking and Lifetime Stainless Door Liner & Tub
for leakage.
 No Damage Warranty, Consumer or Stock
 One Year, One Call for Consumer Education
 Stock Repair, 24 months from date of manufacture
 Two Stock Repairs allowed under Warranty
 Refurbished Product has no Warranty
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Fast Track Troubleshooting
1
2
3
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Fast Track
Manual
Example
page
I hope in the future
to change it to
Multiple Versions,
the number may be
wrong here
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WF328***
Version 02 has
front pump
Look for
Version #
anytime parts
or service
information
are needed for
a product.
Refurbished Product
will not have the
Version Numbers
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Samsung Laundry NEW: WF520 5.0 cu.
ft. VRT PLUS™ PowerFoam™ Steam
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POWER FOAM FUNCTION (WF520)
The Power Foam Technology generates foam, or suds
which allows the detergent to evenly penetrate the
fabrics faster. The basic technology is the detergent is
dissolved with air and water before the normal wash
cycle starts.
1)The normal wash was selected. (Time 56 minutes)
2)The start/pause button was then pressed to activate the
wash cycle.
3)The drain pump was then activated.
4)Once the wash cycle reached 52 minutes (remaining
time, which means 4 minutes into the cycle) the Power
Foam function was then activated.
5)The Power Foam function lasted for a total of 5
minutes.
Air is being drawn in
from this nozzle.
The air passes through this hose to the
bottom of the outer drum.
At this point the air mixes with the
detergent and water that is in the
outer tub.
Air is drawn in from the inner tub and recirculated down into the bottom of the outer tub.
Once the air enters the bottom of the outer tub it
then mixes with the water and detergent that is at
the bottom of the tub which creates the foam.
Recirculation Pump is
our new “Bubble”
creating device.
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Hose Drawer Tub
Changed Part List WF520
Basic (Purple) Grace
• Water Supply : Front • Water Supply : Side (Tub Front)
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ASSY-Spin Drum
Changed Part List WF520
Basic (Purple) Grace
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
품 명 비고
1
Ass'y-F/Shaft
(Ring-OG 적용)
Same 2 Ass'y-Balance ( 후면)
3 Drum-Back
4 Drum-Wrapper
Capacity
5 Drum-Lifter
6 Drum-Front
Same
7 Ass'y-Balance (전면)
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Window/Diaphragm Cleaning
Updated Design Original Design
WF210
WF220
WF330
WF350
WF410
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Temperatures
Location Considerations
Do not install your washer in areas where water
may freeze, since your washer will always
maintain some water in its water valve, pump, and
hose areas. This can cause damage the belts, the
pump, hoses and other components. Operating
temperature should be above 60°F on all
Models.
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Extended Cycle Time
Sometimes No Spin
 What causes extended time Spin/Wash issue?
Out of Balance – 45 min. or more, at Spin Cycle
Over Sudsing - 1 hour or more, at Spin Cycle
 Poor Drain - up to 15 minutes for each drain cycle
 Slow Fill - 5-10 minutes each fill
 What Monitors “Out of Balance”? Over Sudsing?
 PCB / Motor
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3E fault – all models Wet/Damp clothes, stopping in spin or
heavy wash load,
noise from motor.
The wire can be locked
back in the connector
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bE Error Code
This error code indicates a
“Motor drive, or Hall sensor
error”. WF210 and WF220 “bE”
error code units. All of these
issues, to date, were corrected
by replacing the Main PCB.
WF210, WF220 “be” Error Code
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2E Faults (Failed Electrolytic Capacitor)
Examine PCB for burned
or leaking components.
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WF520 Leak under washer
Don’t over tighten
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The symptoms that could occur from a failed Damper shock.
• Noise
• Vibration
• Intermittent No Spin
• Does not achieve maximum RPMs
• Clothes wet after spin cycle or sometimes very damp, but not dry
2 Stage Damper Shock 1 Stage Damper Shock
FAILED DAMPER SHOCK
DC66-00470A DAMPER-SHOCK; TUB-
FRONT & BACK 2 Stage Double VRT
DC66-00470B DAMPER-SHOCK; TUB-
BACK ONLY 1 Stage Single VRT
GOOD FAILED
There are no visual indication between a
failed, or good damper shock. You need
to physically grab the shock and move it
to determine if it’s failed or not.
Grab the damper shock and move it back
and forth. A good shock will have very
little wobble, or play in it. A failed shock
will have a wobble to it.
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GOOD FAILED
The wobble is caused because the foam, which has the lubricant, has
become dislodged.
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Single VRT WF330, 350, 407, 409, 410,
419
DC66-00470A DAMPER-SHOCK; TUB-FRONT 2 stage Single VRT
DC66-00470B DAMPER-SHOCK; TUB-BACK 1 stage Single VRT
What if we have
trouble with
excess vibration
on certain floors
with these
models?
VRT Models with
weight on the back,
are Single VRT
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WF520 VRT + Dual MEMs
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Out of Balance
 When the unbalance time exceeds 15 minutes during the spin
cycle, it executes the untying operation to balance the load. It
will tumble at 50 RPM and add water and pump out twice, then
generate an error (dc) the third time. This will last about 30
minutes.
 Temperatures under 60° may cause unit not to spin and
generate an error (dc)
 See bulletin for software change on Main PCB - WF209ANW/XAA,
WF218ANB/XAA,
WF218ANW/XAA,WF219ANB/XAA,WF219ANW/XAA
 Installation issues – Not leveled, Not locking the lock nuts,
Bending legs or frame when lifting, Shipping bolts in place,
Springs or struts broken or loose.
 Installed on slippery floor without rubber foot pads.
 Not properly locked on pedestal.
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When installing a washer and dryer on
the first, or second floor this is not
recommended.
When installing a washer
and dryer on the first, or
second floor this is
recommended.
Vibration/Balance Issues
Use on slippery floors for
stability. There is one in each
package, so order 4 of them
New models have Plastic on
the front and rubber on the
back, and should not slip.
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2 4 3
The washers now come from the factory with two different
type leveling legs. The washer is usually shipped from the
factory with the plastic type leveling legs on the front and
the rubber type mounted on the rear.
1
PEDESTAL INSTALLATION
Plastic Leg
on the Front
Leg doesn’t
lock in clamp
Turn Leg ¼
turn CW
Leg will now
Lock
When the plastic leveling legs are mounted on the rear, the leg does
not sit as deep in the clamp as when mounted in the front. This is
causing the bottom of the clamp to hit the top of the leg and prevents
the clamp from closing. In order to fix this situation you need to
remove the plastic legs from the rear and remount them on the front
of the washer.
PEDESTAL INSTALLATION
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Washer foot damage
Floor Model sale. Washer slid
across warehouse concrete floor
Washer sliding/walking on
consumer’s concrete floor
over time.
This will cause the washer to “walk” during spin cycles
and may cause a no spin condition.
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No Description Image
1 Tighten the lock-nut up against the base frame.
2
Put a couple of articles of clothing inside and place
paper strips under each leg. And then, put the unit
into Spin Mode as follows.
1. Power ON press SIGNAL and EXTRA RINSE for 3
seconds
2. Press the Delay Start and Silver Care Keys for 3
seconds to enter Quick Spin Test Mode.
As its speed increases, try to pull out the paper
stripes.
Notice! If you find foot-print on the paper, or the
paper is slipped out, lower the regarding leg slightly
and tighten up its lock-nut against the bottom plate.
And, repeat the test until there is no slip-out or footprint.
Notice! Partial circle footprint on paper could
indicate a bent leg or frame.
Paper
Washer Vibration Testing
ASK
TEST
RESULTS
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Over Sudsing
ALWAYS USE HE Detergents
 When using the “recommended” amount of
detergent in soft water with “clean” clothes, it is
possible to get Oversudsing.
 Unless clothing is “dirty”, in soft water use ½ or less
of the recommended detergent.
 Bedding/Towels retain detergent most
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Over Sudsing, Drawer Leak
Consumers wash “clean” clothes in soft
water, no “soil” for the detergent to hold
in suspension, creating over sudsing.
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Over Sudsing, Drawer Leak
Over Sudsing, Drawer Leak
Small puddle under the drawer usually means over sudsing
Even when using
the recommended
“HE” detergent, if
too much
detergent is used
suds will be
created.
LEAKAGE FROM THE FRONT DOOR
Suds have gathered between
the door and the front panel.
Hair or threads will also cause
“wicking”, clean the boot area.
LEAKAGE FROM THE FRONT DOOR
Once the suds start to
dissipate it will leak from
the front door area.
LEAKAGE FROM THE FRONT DOOR
A small puddle under the
door usually means over
sudsing or water being
“wicked” out.
Over Sudsing
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Washer Troubleshooting
What’s done when tech arrives at home?
 Talk to the Consumer, don’t trust the work order
 The Diagnostic Mode is the most valuable troubleshooting tool you
have for troubleshooting a Washer. When you are at the product
this MUST be the first test you should do.
 Removing power will not erase Fault Codes.
 When some models are put into the “Quick Test Mode” all fault
codes will be erased.
ASK
TEST
RESULTS
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No LED
Display
Code Description Corrective Action
1 nd 1
The water level fails to drop below the Reset Water
Level within 15 minutes.
Check for Foreign material in pump or hoses. Verify
the wiring harness is connected properly. Check the
water pump terminal. Check for freezing
3 nF 3
When the water fill continues for more than 16 minutes
or there is no change of water level for 3 minutes
Check the water valve wiring harness. Check the
water supply valve for clogging with foreign material
and whether water is supplied properly. Check for
reversed fill hoses. Check water temperature, if
sensed as higher than 50 ˚C in the Wool or Lingerie
cycle it will create error. Check the relays, if they
operate correctly replace the Main PCB.
5 nF1 5 The Hot/Cold water connection is not correct Correct Hot/Cold hose connections
6 LeE or LE 8
Water Level Sensor Trouble. (When the input signal
from the water level sensor is out of range, the unit will
send out beeping sounds and halt the cycle.)
Check the Hose where the sensor is connected, may
be loose, pinched, damaged or clogged. Also check
the sensor it may be disconnected or defective. The
Main PCB may also be defective
7 OE E
A fault is detected in the water level sensor. Data
(frequency) shows the water level is at or above the
overflow water level. Drain process may also occur.
Water is supplied continually because the water
level detection does not work. - Verify the drain is
working properly. Verify the water valves shut off
fully. Finally check the water level sensor.
8 dc 10
Unbalance or cabinet bump is detected during final spin,
which prevents the drum from spinning over 400 rpm.
(Never exceeds 400 RPM due to unbalanced load)
Check type of laundry. Check whether it may cause
an unbalanced situation.- Educate the consumer to
press pause, reposition the load or remove a few
items. Check bulletin on WF218
9 - 11 EEPROM Fault. (Program settings are being reset.) Go to “EEPROM Clear Mode” If display shows
“FAiL”, Replace Machine Control Board
10 E2 15 Jammed/Stuck Key. (When key input signals are
detected for more than 30 seconds, it is a stuck key.)
Check all of keys. If A key is sensed to be pressed,
all keys will not respond
11
dL dS LO
FL
18
22
2
4
Door is detected as open when the motor is operating.
Door is detected as open while trying to lock the door.
Door fails to unlock after 3 attempts.
Door fails to lock after 3 attempts.
Check the door switch and latch alignment. Check
the latch for damage. Check the wiring harness to
the latch. Check the door switch. Replace if faulty.
Finally verify the operation of the Main PCB
14 29 Abnormal high/low temperature or resistance (Thermal
sensor or PBA) resistance.
Check loose or pinched wires. Check thermistor if
OK Replace PCB.
16 Sr 34
System Relay (Main Relay) Failure. (PCB does not
notice the relay operation when there should be.) Replace PCB.
17 Hr 36 Heater Relay Failure (No Heater Relay Check Signal)
Check for short or a wire disconnected to the heater
circuit. Check for tub contacting the heater or if the
water in the tub is frozen or there is no water. The
error is triggered by temperatures above 145C. If the
heater is OK, replace PCB. An Hr error occurs if the
steam heater is faulty, replace it.
18
3E
2E
E3
bE 3E
91
92
25
Motor Drive Error or Hall Sensor error
Check the motor drive & Hall sensor connector.
Check for foreign object inside the motor/stator or
motor/stator damage. The drum may be overloaded
with clothes or the relay or PCB may be defective.
21 8E 8E MEMS Sensor Failure. (No MEMS Sensor Check Signal) Check MEMS PCB ,Main PCB & Wire-harness
22 7E 7E Silver Care Kit (Silver Care PCB) Failure. Check Silver Care PCB ,Main PCB & Wire-harness
23 PF - It occurs when there is power failure during the washing. (“PF” is not an error. It is to inform of power failure.) 24 SUdS or
Sd - Suds is detected during the washing session. (“SUdS”
may light up instead of remaining time.)
“SUdS” is not an error. Guide a user to reduce
amount of detergent usage.
25 9E1 EMC Filter issue or a noise spike from an external device
26 AE
Communication error between SUB PBA and MAIN
PBA
Check Main PCB & Sub PCB Wiring harness. If OK
replace PCB
27 SF1, SF2,
SF3
System error Replace PCB Replace PCB Replace PCB
Samsung 'Washer' Diagnostic Code Quick Guide
ASK
TEST
RESULTS
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Service Mode
Test Mode & Error Check
How to Enter:
- To enter the Service Mode, press the Signal and Extra Rinse Keys for 3 seconds or until the unit sends out
beeping sounds.
Definition of Service Mode:
- Service Mode enables service technicians to verify the operation of the washing machine and do troubleshooting.
- Service Mode can be entered during all washing cycle without interrupting the cycle except some of test modes.
- Various tests can be done with Service Mode. So, troubleshooting can be done based on the resulting diagnostic codes.
ASK
TEST
RESULTS
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Diagnostic Code Check Mode
How to Enter:
- To enter the Diagnostic Code Check Mode with code “d” flashing, press the Silver Care (Rinse Water +)
during Service Mode.
Definition of Diagnostic Code Check Mode:
- Diagnostic Code Check Mode is to bring up the stored diagnostic codes (reference codes for service technicians).
Service Mode
Error Check
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Silver
Care
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Quick Spin Test Mode
Test Mode
How to Enter:
- During Service Mode, press the Delay Start and Silver Care Keys for 3 seconds to enter Quick Spin Test Mode.
- Cannot enter once the washing cycle has started.
Definition of Quick Spin Test Mode:
- Quick Spin Test Mode is to do Spin Check. (High RPM)
Service Mode
Delay Start + Silver Care
While it is not in
Hold Speed Mode
Delay Start + Silver Care
3 Sec
While a cycle is not running
Quick Spin Test
Mode
ASK
TEST
RESULTS
Note: Stay with the washer during this test (out of balance detection
may be bypassed and door may not lock).
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Cycle Count Check Mode
Test Mode
How to Enter:
- To enter the Cycle Count Check Mode, press the Signal Key during Service Mode.
Definition of Cycle Count Check Mode:
- Cycle Count Check Mode is to tally up the number of washings.
Cycle Count Check Mode:
1. Activate the Service Mode in advance.
2. When the Signal key is pressed, the total number of washings will light up and a signal LED will glow (Louder, Softer, Off LED).
3. The maximum number of cycles will be 9999.
The counter will roll over to 0 and start counting again after 9999.
4. The counting will be carried out at the end of the normal cycle.
5. To exit the Cycle Count Check Mode, press the “Signal” key again.
Service Mode
ASK
TEST
RESULTS
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S/W Version Check Mode
Test Mode
How to Enter:
- To enter the S/W Version Check Mode, press the Soil Level Key during Service Mode.
(same for all Frontier models.)
Definition of S/W Version Check Mode:
- S/W Version Check Mode is to bring up S/W Version information.
S/W Version Check Mode:
1. Activate the Service Mode in advance.
2. Press the Soil Level Key to bring up its software Version
Ex) Generate F020 for version 20.(F0 is micom code, 20 is it’s software version
3. To exit the S/W Version Check Mode, press the Soil Level S/W once again.
Then, it returns to the Service Mode with motor RPM illuminating.
Service Mode
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Board Input Test Mode
How to Enter:
- To enter the Board Input Test Mode, press the Extra Wash key during Service Mode.
(same for all Frontier2 models.)
Definition of Board Input Test Mode:
- Board Input Test Mode is to displays a specified input after a key press.
Board Input Test Mode:
1. Activate the Service Mode first.
2. Press the Extra Wash key to start Board Input Test.
3. Turn the Jog-Dial so that the Extra Wash LED is turned on,
and Press the Start/Pause Key. The Water Temperature
will
be displayed in Celsius.
4. Turn the Jog-Dial so that the Extra Rinse LED is turned
on,
and Press the Start/Pause Key. The Water Temperature
will
be displayed in Fahrenheit.
5. Turn the Jog-Dial so that the Extra Spin LED is turned on,
and Press the Start/Pause Key. The door status will be
displayed (OP if open, CL if closed).
6. Turn the Jog-Dial so that the Delay Start LED is
turned on, and Press the Start/Pause Key. The
door lock Switch status will be displayed (UL if
unlocked, Lo if locked).
7. Turn the Jog-Dial so that the Pre Wash LED is
turned on, and Press the Start/Pause Key. The
Water Frequency will be displayed.
8. Turn the Jog-Dial so that My Cycle LED is turned
on, and Press the Start/Pause Key. The AG Kit
status will be displayed in 3 seconds. (“ㅂE” if
the AG kit is abnormal. “—” if the AG Kit is
working properly)
Service Mode
Test Mode
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RESULTS
NOTE: #7 can be done
during fill, to verify
frequency change
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Samsung Washer Test Modes Special Test Mode (SERVICE MODE)
Power ON press SIGNAL and EXTRA RINSE for 3 seconds
Quick Spin Test = Delay Start & Spin - WF203, 206, 218, 209
Quick Spin Test = Delay Start & Silver Care - WF306, WF316,
WF317, WF326, WF328, WF337, WF448
Note: Stay with the washer during this test (out of balance
detection bypassed and door may not lock).
Quick Spin Test = Delay Start & Steam - WF338
(Hold at desired RPM during this test with Start/Pause)
Note: Stay with the washer during this test (out of balance
detection bypassed and door may not lock).
Cycle Count = Signal - All Models
Soft Ware # = Soil - All Models
Fast Time Down = Temp - All Models
Fault Code Test = Spin - WF203, WF206, WF218 (Turn Selector
Knob CW)
Fault Code Test = SilverCare - WF306, 316, 317, 326,
328, 337, 448 (Turn Selector Knob CW)
Fault Code Test = Steam - WF338 (Turn Selector Knob CW)
Push Start/Pause to view # cycles back failure occurred
Board Input = Extra Wash – All Models (Turn Selector Knob
CCW)
1 Temp Celsius Selector to “Heavy Duty” press Start/Pause.
CONT. Board Input = Extra Wash – All Models (Turn Selector
Knob CCW)
5 Overflow Water Level Selector to “Delicate/Hand Wash” press
the Start/Pause dial: “ ‾0 ” if below level, “ ‾1 ” if above level .
The above water level is defined as the overflow water level.
6 Heater-On Water Level Display Selector to “Wool” and press
the Start/Pause dial: “ -0” will illuminate if below level,“-1” if
above level (Heater-On).
The Medium water level is defined as the level needed for the
heater to turn on.
7. Reset Water Level Display Selector to “Quick Wash” and press
the Start/Pause dial: “_0” will illuminate if below level (Reset),
“_1” if above level.
8 Water Level Display (Frequency) Selector to “Quick Wash” press
the Start/Pause dial: If it illuminates “2435”, it indicates 24.35 kHz.
9 AG Kit Status Selector to “Sanitize” press the Start/Pause dial, it
will display the Ag Kit Status in 3 seconds: “- -” if AG kit is operated
properly. “7E” if AG kit is out of order (check wire harness & PCB)
10 MEMS Sensor Kit Status. Selector to “Spin Only” press the
Start/Pause dial. Then, it will display the MEMS Sensor Kit status
NOTE: Not all Board Input tests on all models
Service Mode subject to change without notice.
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Samsung Washer Test Modes
Subject to change without notice
Quick Test Mode WF328, WF337
Pwr OFF press SPIN, SilverCare and POWER at
the same time
Quick Test Mode WF448 *Will Erase Fault
Codes*
Pwr Off press Soil Key, Signal Key and Power
Key at the same time. When the version is
displayed, turn the Jog-Dial so that the version
disappears.
Quick Test Mode WF203, WF206, WF306,
WF316, WF317, WF326, (WF209, WF419 *Will
Erase Fault Codes*)
Pwr OFF press SPIN, SOIL and POWER at the same
time
A software change was made during
production on the WF209 & WF219.
After the displaying the software version,
turn the Jog dial CCW to display “F4” or
“00” for test mode
Quick Test Mode WF338 *Will Erase Fault
Codes*
Pwr Off Press Spin Key, Steam and Power Key
at the same time. When the version is displayed,
turn the Jog-Dial CCW so that the version
disappears.
Use: Soil, Signal, & Power on some production dates
Due to the many variations in the Quick Test Mode it is important to use the
Fast Track Manuals
Sometimes access to the Quick Test Mode may change during production.
Quick Test Mode WF218, (after 4/1/09*Will Erase
Fault Codes*)
Pwr OFF press SPIN, SOIL and POWER at the same
time
Effective 4/1/2009 a software change was made.
After the displaying the software version, turn the
Jog dial CCW to display “F4” for test modes
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Quick Test Mode
Test Mode
How to Enter:
- Plug in and turn on the unit.
- Press Soil Key, Signal Key and Power Key at the same time.
(Same for all Frontier2 models.)
Definition of Quick Test Mode:
- Check operation of all LED’s (Verify faulty LED).
- Check model and software version.
- Check different operating modes (e.g. water valve, motor, door, drain pump, etc.).
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If you select the wrong test mode
keys, in this case Spin + Soil Level +
Power, the test mode will not be
activated. But with the WF448 if you
select this combination of keys the
unit will display the software version
briefly, than a “te” error code.
(As seen in figure #2)
1 2
This mistake will happen when
trying to activate the Quick Test
Mode. If you select the Spin + Soil
Level + Power keys on the WF448
the unit will display the error code
illustrated below. There is nothing
wrong with the Thermistor, or Main
PCB.
Using wrong Keys for Quick Test Mode
PROPER: Soil Key, Signal
Key and Power Key
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S
Quick Test Mode
Test Mode
Silver Care
Quick Test Mode:
1. All LED’s light up and it sends out Beep Sound when it enters
into the Quick Test Mode.
2. Displays software version for a sec. and Clear EEprom.
(Ex. If S/W Version is 23, LCD will display F223)
3. After displaying the software version, LCD will display the
following information for each model.
- F1 : WF337AAW, WF337AAG, WF337AAL, WF337AAR
- EEEE : Model option Error (Need to replace PCB Ass'y.)
4. When the version is displayed, turn the Jog-Dial so that the
version disappears. Press the following keys to test the various
components
- Temp Key : Water Valve Test
- Spin Key : Door Lock/Unlock Test
- Soil Level Key : Circulation/Drain Pump Test.
- Signal Key : Water/Steam Heater Test
When either Test or Spin is displayed on the LCD, press
the Start/Pause key to conduct the motor test.
In Test mode, you can test the clockwise and counterclockwise
movement of the motor.
However, the water level must satisfy the heater water level (24300)
to enter Test mode.
In Spin mode, you can test the motor at a high rpm.
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Pre Wash
Main Wash Softener
Bleach
Path #2
Path #1
Path #3
Path #4
Path #5
Water Flow Chart
V#3 & V#4 both on for Softener dispensing, two
streams hit and go down middle channel
Water Pressure is Critical
Some Models, softener dispense can be checked
in the Quick Test Mode, for others, start in Rinse
& Spin Cycle and after fill, within a few minutes,
the fabric softener will dispense
V#1 V#2 V#3 V#4 V#5
MAIN(H) PRE WASH BLEACH MAIN(C) STEAM
It is normal for some water to remain in Detergent
Drawer after it completes washing. Bleach is
usually flushed out into the tub at the beginning of
the washing. Also, its compartment is washed
again during the following rinse cycle, removing
any remnants.
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Quick Test Mode
Test Mode
Water Valve Test:
1. To enter the Water Valve Test, press the Temp Key while
model information is being displayed during the Quick
Test Mode.
2. Each time the Temp Key is pressed, it will cycle through
the operations on the left flow chart.
3. If the Temp Key is pressed during All Water Valve OFF,
the machine will return to the beginning as shown
in the flow chart.
4. The door needs to be secured for the Water Valve to operate.
Therefore, the door lock will be on during the water valve
operation.
5. If there is any problem with Water Valve, PCB Ass'y. or Wire
Harness, the water valves could not operate. So, to make sure
for the water valves to operate, check visually if water comes
out with each Water Valve On mode.
Quick Test Mode
Press Temp Key
Pre Water Valve On
Bleach Valve On
Cold Valve On
Press Temp Key
Press Temp Key
Hot Valve On
Press Temp Key
Steam Valve On
Press Temp Key
Press Temp Key
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Quick Test Mode
Test Mode
Heater Test:
1. To enter the Heater Test, press the Signal Key while model
information is being displayed during the Quick Test Mode.
2. Each time the Spin Key is pressed, it will cycle through
the operations on the left flow chart.
3. If there is any problem with Motor, PCB Ass'y. or Wire Harness,
related error codes will be displayed.
Quick Test Mode
Press Signal Key
Press Signal Key
Press Signal Key
Water Heater On
Steam Heater On
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Quick Test Mode
Test Mode
Door Lock/Unlock Test:
1. To check the Door Lock/Unlock operation, press the Spin
Key while model information is being displayed during the
Quick Test Mode.
2. Each time the Spin Key is pressed, it will cycle through
the Door Lock/Unlock operations on the left flow chart.
3. If the Spin Key is pressed during Door Lock and Water
Valve, Motor or Drain Pump operation, all of the operations
will stop. And, when the Silver Care Key is pressed again,
the door will be released.
4. If there is any problem with Door Switch, PCB Ass'y. or Wire
Harness, related error codes will be displayed.
Quick Test Mode
Door Lock
Door Unlock
Press Spin Key
Press Spin Key
Press Spin Key
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Quick Test Mode
Test Mode
Drain Pump Test:
1. To check the Drain Pump operation, press the
Soil Level Key while model information is
being displayed during the Quick Test Mode.
2. Each time the Soil Level Key is pressed, it will
cycle through the operations on the left flow
chart.
3. The Drain Pump operation is independent.
Therefore, it will operate regardless of Door
Lock/Unlock.
4. If there is any problem with Drain Pump, PCB
Ass'y. or Wire Harness, the Drain Pump will
not operate. So, its operation needs a visual
inspection.
Quick Test Mode
Press Soil Level Key
Press Soil Level Key
Press Soil Level Key
Circulation Pump On
Drain Pump On
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Circulation Pump is not on all Versions
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EEPROM Clear Check
This should be done when a new Main PCB is
installed
 Power off, Press Delay Start, Signal and Power Key
at the same time.
 Good = Good Fail = FAiL
 All memory will be cleared, including Fault Codes
ASK
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RESULTS
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Troubleshooting Tips
 Liquid detergent seeping from main wash cup into
the prewash cycle
 Leak at Detergent Drawer
 Pump Noise
 Intermittent stopping in cycle
 Siphoning faults
 Fabric Softener Dispensing
 Steam Operation
 Oil/Grease stain on clothing
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Liquid detergent seeping from main wash cup into prewash after filling cup is normal and is
necessary by design to prevent water standing in cup when cycle is complete. This will not
effect normal operation and some of the detergent will enter during prewash, selections
without prewash will see no difference. If the customer wants to use the pre wash option
recommend using a powder detergent.
Notice the notch in between the arrows. This
allows water to bleed out of cup after
dispensing preventing cup from being full of
water after cycle. Questions or comments? Please e-mail richard.kuemin@marcone.com
GUIDE-LIQUID:
DC61-02472A
Part Change
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Leaks from the
detergent draw due to
the inlet and hose to
the inner tub being
clogged with power
detergent due using
too much or wrong
powder detergent.
The hose from the
detergent draw housing
may be clogged with
various items. Bleach or
detergent caps may act like
butterfly valves and cause
intermittent leaking from
the drawer
Detergent Drawer Leaks
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Intermittent Stopping in Cycle
Hot Water Valve May Be Used On “Cold” Fills
Bad hot water valve, faucet off, plugged filter screen could cause
a “nF” fault intermittently.
Temperature Control
(Cycle) ℃ ℉
Extra Hot Sanitize 65 150
Wash
Hot
Others 50 120
Normal 40 105
Warm 30 85
Cold 15 60
Rinse
Warm 25 80
Cold tap cold tap cold
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Intermittent Stopping in Cycle
 The unit sometimes will pause during Sanitize, or Pure Cycle,
wash modes and appear not to be functional.
 The Sanitize and Pure Cycle wash cycles have target
temperatures to assure washer performance.
 If the water temperature doesn't meet the target temperature
during the wash cycle, the washer will automatically add extra
time to allow the heater to bring the water up to the
programmed, or target temperature.
 In this stage, the displayed time will pause and hold until the
heating operation has been completed.
 It is at this point that the customer may feel that operation has
stopped. (The maximum added programmed time is 30
minutes)
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Error on Screen Code Cause Fix
WATER LEAKAGE PROBLEM 01 Water level drops
below heater level,
over 5 times during
wash
Check for leak
Check for siphoning
at drain
SUDSING?
LOW WATER PRESSURE 03 Not reaching “fill”
condition within 15
minutes. Fill starts,
then no change
detected within 2
minutes
Check water supply
and fill valves.
Check for siphoning
at drain
WATER LEVEL SENSOR PROBLEM 08 Water level detected
below Empty or
above Overfill for 10
seconds
Defective Level
Sensor or connecting
wires
WATER SUPLY PROBLEM E, 01 Level over the
overflow pressure
sensing for over 15
seconds
Valve stuck open
Water Errors
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WF448 Steamer Operation
[Water Valve]
• Pressure : 0.5 ~ 10 kgf/㎠
• Flow rate : 300 ㎖/min
• “2s on/9s off "Time Control
[Ass'y-Steamer]
• Heater : 1350W
• Duct temp. : 180~200℃
• Duct material : Aluminum
• vapor pres. : 0~0.6 kgf/㎠
• Bypass pres. : 2.0±0.5 kgf/㎠
• Steam temp. : 100~120℃
• Temp-control : Thermostat
• Safety :Thermostat --- 1EA
Thermal Fuse – 2EA
[Steam]
• Temperature : 90~100 ℃ (Nozzle)
• Jet velocity : 11~12m/sec
• Making Cycle : 7~9sec Making
and 2~4sec pause
Water Valve Inlet Hose Steamer Heater Nozzle #1 Outlet Hose Nozzle #2 Bypass
 Steamer Structure and Control
Possible
Hard Water
Issues
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STAINED CLOTHES
This could happen on a new product.
Consumer was getting stains on white clothes. They said the
stains resembled oil stains. Found petroleum jell like substance
in the debris filter. This substance is similar to the lubricant that
is on the diaphragm. Clear grease will combine with the dirt in
the water and leave dark “oily” stains.
WF448 Connector Checks - Use Only Fast Tracks by model number
Water Temperature Thermistor Check Test 1 Test 2
Connector CN 7 Pin 4 (Yellow) and CN7 Pin 5
(Orange) USE SERVICE MODE,
MUCH FASTER
Operating voltage at Room
temperature
Operating Resistance at
Room Temperature.
Disconnect CN7(Power off)
4.2VDC (5VDC May indicate a
connector issue)
50-57kΩ
Door Switch Check Test 1 Test 2
Connector CN4 Pin 1 (Pink) and CN4 Pin 3
(Gray) USE SERVICE MODE,
MUCH FASTER
25VDC Door Open, 0VDC Door
Closed
Operating Resistance with
power off
24kΩ
Water Level Sensor Check Test 1 Test 2
Voltage: Connector CN 7 Pin 6 (Pink) and
CN7 Pin 5 (Orange) And Connector CN 7 Pin
7 (Violet) and CN7 Pin 5 (Orange)
Resistance: Connector CN 7 Pin 6 (Pink) and
CN7 Pin 7 (Violet) USE SERVICE MODE,
MUCH FASTER
Operating voltage at no water in the
drumOperating Resistance
(Power off)
2.5VDC Pin 6 (Pink) and Pin 7
(Violet) 22- 24Ω
Hall Sensor Check Test 1 Test 2
Connector CN6 Pin 4 (Orange) and Pin 2
(Red) additionally Pin 4 (Orange) and Pin 3
(blue)
Manually spin the drum to see the
voltage change, Power On
N/A
0Vdc or 3.75Vdc
Motor Check Test 1 Test 2
Connector CN5 Pin 1 (Blue), Pin 2 (White)
and Pin 3 (Red)
Power Off 11.5Ω across Pins 1-2,
Pins 1-3, & Pins 2-3
N/A
A/C Power Check Test 1 Test 2
Connector CN 2 Pins 1 (Black) and 2 (Yellow) Power On 120VAC N/A
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WF448 Connector Checks Use Only Fast Tracks by model number
Door Lock Check Test 1 Test 2
Connector CN2 Pin 3 (Gray) and CN3 Pin 1
(Black)
When Door is Locked or Unlocked
there is a pulse of 120VAC for a few
milliseconds.
With Power Off, the resistance
between these pins will be
between 47 - 57Ω
Door Unlock Check Test 1 Test 2
Connector CN 2 Pin 3 (Gray) and CN3 Pin 2
(White)
When Door is Locked or Unlocked
there is a pulse of 120VAC for a few
milliseconds.
With Power Off, the resistance
between these pins will be
between 47 - 57Ω
Drain Motor Check Test 1 Test 2
Connector CN2 Pin 3 (Gray) and CN3 Pin 3
(Violet)
120VAC with the pump On and
0VAC with the pump off
Power Off, the resistance should
be 13.9Ω
Water Valve Check Test 1 Test 2
Connector CN2 Pin 3 (Gray) to CN3 Pin 5 (Pink),
Pin 4 (Brown) , Pin 7 (Yellow), Pin 8 (Blue), Pin 9
(Red)
120VAC with the Valve On and 0VAC
with the Valve off
Power Off, valve resistance is from
1202Ω - 1245Ω
Heater Relay Check Test 1 Test 2
Connector CN2 Pin 3 (Gray) and RY3 (heater
relay) Pin 2 (Red)
120VAC with the Heater On and
0VAC with the Heater off
Power Off, heater resistance is
16.6 Ω
Steam Heater Relay Check Test 1 Test 2
Connector CN2 Pin 3 (Gray) and RY4 (heater
relay) Pin 1 (White)
120VAC with the Heater On and
0VAC with the Heater off
Power Off, heater resistance is
15.6 Ω
Mini Manual with Washer has errors, Service and Training Manuals have errors
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MANUALLY RELEASING THE DOOR LOCK (WF210 – WF220)
In some cases the door lock will be activated and can not be
deactivate. Even if the machine is shut down, or unplugged, the
door will still remain locked. In this situation the door lock can
be released manually. The following procedure is to release the
door lock manually.
Indicates the door
is locked.
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Step #2 Remove the four
screws from the
control. You then can
either disconnect the
control panel, or
carefully place it on
top of the unit.
Step #3 Remove the
four screws
from the front
panel.
Step #1 Remove the two
screws from the
rear of the top
panel and remove
the panel.
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Step #5
Once the front panel has been
released from the two metal tabs,
carefully lean it forward. At this point
the door switch should be exposed.
You now can pop the plastic cover
off.
PLASTIC
COVER
BEFORE
Step #4 Once the four screws
have been removed
from the front panel,
place a screw driver on
the small metal tabs on
each side and push
down. As you push
down, pull the panel
forward to release it
from the tabs.
PULL FORWARD
PUSH TAB DOWN
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Step #6
After removing the plastic cover push down on the white
knob. This should release the door lock and you will be able
to open the door. It is very important to replace the cover.
BEFORE
AFTER
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Models WF210/220 ALL other WF Models
With both types of door locks, you have to manually release them
gently. If you apply too much force, the manual release mechanism will
break. Once this mechanism breaks, the door lock may or may not work
on the WF210/220 but will still work on other models. But you will no
longer be able to release the door manually, unless you replace the
“door lock ass’y”. Questions or comments? Please e-mail richard.kuemin@marcone.com
UNLOCK WASHER
 How do we unlock the WF448?
 If the power fails while the door is locked, the door
will remain locked until the power comes back on. If
the power comes back on while the door is still
locked, the cycle will resume where it left off. If the
door is unlocked, “PF” will display and the washer
will pause. Press Power Off and restart the cycle.
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Pump Replacement
Recirculation Pump removed in later versions
Recirculation Pump
is our new “Bubble”
creating device.
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1) Place the Assy-Pump Drain into the
unit.
2) Insert the pump cushion into the
opening at the base of the unit.
3) Once the pump cushion is inserted
into the opening slide the assembly
forward to lock.
4) After the Assy-Pump is locked in
place secure the pump bracket to
the base of the unit.
If the Assy-Pump is installed without placing the
pump cushion into the opening at the base of
the unit. The filter assembly will hit against the
metal bracket at the front of the unit, causing
the pump assembly to make noise.
INCORRECT INSTALL CORRECT INSTALL Pump
Noise
Issue
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Boot Replacement
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DANGER Motor Rotor can hurt you, keep
fingers on the outside of the rotor
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Motor Replacement
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Hole to lock
Rotor for
removal, don’t
use your hand
like shown
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Spin Basket Replacement
Remove motor
and all weights
from the outer tub
and put a wood
spacer under the
tub to hold it up
higher, to make
this a one man
job.
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The End
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