Frigidaire FFBD2412SQ FFBD2412SW FFBD2412SM wiring

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

COLOR CODE OPERATION WARNING DISPLAY CODES (LED) Artwork: A06401801Rev001 P/N: A06401801RevA BK............Black To start ----------------- Close door fully to latch. Press START/CANCEL pad. Disconnect electrical power at WASHING ----------- Washing portion of cycle. BU............Blue PK............Pink To delay start --------- Close door fully to latch. Press DELAY START pad to select desired the fuse box or circuit breaker SANITIZED ----------The SANITIZATION criteria has been met. Indicator box before servicing under light switch off when door is closed. R..............Red delay time. DRYING ------------- Drying portion of cycle. Viol..........Violet this product. Electrical power CLEAN---------------- Shows Completion of cycle. Indicator light will To select a new cycle may be present on some parts W.............White or option ------------- Press desired cycle and/or option pad. switch off when door is opened. Y..............Yellow under this product, even if ALL LED’s R-Y.........Red/Yellow The indicator lights will change. Press START/CANCEL within not in use. flashing-------------- All LED’s flashing indicates power failure has occurred. Press R-BK......Red/Black 15 seconds to begin cycle. START/CANCEL pad and re-select desired options and cycles. START LED To cancel Failure to follow this warning flashing-------------- The START LED will flash when the door is opened. Close the a cycle ---------------- Hold START/CANCEL pad for 3 seconds, the dishwasher will drain for could result in serious injury or door and press START/CANCEL to resume cycle. 90 seconds, then shut off. SERVICE DATA SHEET death. mechanical training and a level of knowledge of these subjects generally Products North America cannot be responsible, nor assume any liability, WATER/SERVICE TEST WIRING DIAGRAM considered acceptable in the appliance repair trade. Electrolux Home This information is intended for use by persons having electrical and for injury or damage of any kind arising from the use of this Service The water/service test, (WST) ELECTRONIC Interval Duration Sec. is a special function initiated CONTROL Circulation Motor from the power failure mode. Interval Number BOARD Washing LED Sanitize LED While in power failure mode Water Valve Drain Motor Drying LED Description Clean LED Dispenser Y P3-10 - simultaneously press the HEAT P3-2 P3-3 W P3-7 P3-6 P3-4 P3-9 P3-1 BU P3-5 P1 Heater P8 Notes DRY and START/CANCEL pads for Vent one half second. R-Y BK R-BK SWITCH PK VIO Y Fill/Det. Dispenser THERMOSTAT R 1 60 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 BK The dishwasher will then step 2 Fill 27 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 FLOAT through the test cycle per the HI-LIMIT SWITCH *SOME MODELS DOOR chart. Pushing the START/CANCEL 3 Wash 45 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 pad will advance the dishwasher 4 Pause 0.4 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 to the next step. 60HZ NEUT W BK 5 Wash/Heat 75 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 To Exit the WST - Open and 6 1 0 1 Wash/Heat/Det. Disp. 60 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 Close the door. L1 *VENT SYSTEMS W WATER VALVE W W DRAIN MOTOR W W HEATER W W 7 Drain 90 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 THERMISTOR 120VAC DISPENSER PUMP MOTOR 8 Dry 90 0 0 1 x 0 0 0 1 0 0 Data Sheet. End State 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 X - denotes selectable option Clean LED stays on until door is opened or cycle is started CYCLE SELECTION OPTIONS 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 120 125 130 135 5 10 15 20 Minutes Minutes Heavy Wash Pre-Wash 1 Pre-Wash 2 Pre-Wash 3 Main Wash Rinse 1 Rinse 2 Rinse 3 Final Rinse Dry *Rinse Only Pre-Wash 1 Pre-Wash 2 Water Valve Water Valve Circulation Motor Circulation Motor Drain Motor Drain Motor Heater Heater Dispenser Dispenser Vent Vent Normal (HT) Pre-Wash 1 Pre-Wash 2 Pre-Wash 3 Pre-Wash 4 Main Wash Rinse 1 Final Rinse Dry * Some Models Water Valve Note: The Main Wash and Final Rinse Circulation Motor Drain Motor may be lengthened when needed to reach Heater optimal wash temperatures. Dispenser Vent Normal Pre-Wash 1 Main Wash Rinse 1 Final Rinse Dry *Energy Saver Pre-Wash 1 Main Wash Rinse 1 Final Rinse Dry Water Valve Water Valve Circulation Motor Circulation Motor Drain Motor Drain Motor Heater Heater Dispenser Dispenser Vent Vent 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 Minutes K4 03-05-14 (2014 ESTAR) Minutes

EXPLODED VIEW OF WASH SYSTEM Standard Dry Air Flow TROUBLE SHOOTING TIPS When the control advances to the This process continues throughout the WARNING “dry” portion of the cycle heated, drying phase as the heating element is moist air leaves the dishwasher turned ON and OFF. Personal Injury Hazard through the console vent. Drier air is then drawn into the unit through Always disconnect the dishwasher from the electrical power source before adjusting or vents at the bottom of the door. Heat replacing components. stored in the dishware causes the water on the dishes to evaporate into Symptom Check the Following Remedy the drier air. Dishwasher will not 1. Fuse (blown or tripped). 1. Replace fuse or reset operate when turned on. 2. 120 VAC supply wiring breaker. connection faulty. 2. Repair or replace wire 3. Electronic control board fasteners at dishwasher junction box. Detergent and Rinse Aid Dispenser 4. defective. No 12 VAC power to 3. Replace control board. control. 4. Replace control board. 5. Motor (inoperative). 5. Replace motor/impeller The detergent and rinse aid dispenser can be adjusted by turning the arrow 6. Door Switch (open assembly. indicator from one, being the least contacts). 6. Replace latch assembly. is a one piece component consisting 7. Door latch not making 7. Replace latch assembly. of a molded detergent cup and a amount, to four, being the greatest contact with door switch built-in rinse aid dispenser. amount. 8. Touch pad circuit defective. 8. Replace console assembly. 9. No indicator lamps 9. Replace console assembly. The detergent cup has a spring To replace dispenser: illuminate when START or OPTIONS are pressed. loaded cover and the rinse aid • shut off electricity to dishwasher, dispenser has a removeable cover. • remove outer door panel assembly, Motor hums but will not 1. Motor (bad bearings). 1. Replace motor assembly. • disconnect wiring to the actuator, start or run. 2. Motor stuck due to 2. Rotate motor impeller. To re-fill, remove the cap and pour prolonged non-use. rinse aid in until the level shows • remove the six screws, above the bottom of the cylindrical • remove the dispenser, Motor trips out on 1. Improper voltage. 1. Check voltage. opening and the sight gauge changes internal thermal 2. Motor windings shorted. 2. Replace motor/impeller • replace and reinstall screws, overload protector. 3. Glass or foreign items in assembly. appearance. If any is spilled wipe • rewire actuator. pump. 3. Clean and clear blockage. it up before starting the cycle. The amount of rinse aid released Dishwasher runs but will 1. Heater element (open). 1. Replace heater element. not heat. 2. Electronic control board 2. Replace control board. defective. 3. Repair or replace. 3. Wiring or terminal 4. Replace thermostat. defective. 5. Replace turbidity sensor. 4. Hi-Limit thermostat defective. Tub and Door Seal 5. Thermistor failure. Line up the center mark on the back of the Detergent cover will not 1. Latch mechanism defective. 1. Replace dispenser. Mounting Rib latch or open. 2. Electronic control board 2. Replace control board. seal with the tub top center and press it into the channel. Move along the channel defective. 3. Repair or replace. 3. Wiring or terminal 4. Replace dispenser. left and right periodically pressing the seal defective. 5. Replace dispenser. into place without bunching or stretching 4. Broken spring (s). 5. Defective actuator. Pump Assembly it until going around the corners at the top. Next, place the free ends into the Dishwasher will not 1. Drain restricted. 1. Clear restrictions. The assembly is driven by a The drain hose must have a loop at channel at the bottom left and right by pump out. 2. Electronic control board 2. Replace control board. synchronous motor. Rotation is in the a minimum height of 32 inches Tub Interior defective. 3. Replace pump. creating a short turn at the bottom of the 3. Defective drain pump. 4. Check for blockage, clear. counterclockwise direction at 2900RPM. in order to insure proper drainage. tub channel and ensuring the seal extends 4. Blocked impeller. 5. Replace pump assembly. The motor drives a pump which 5. Open windings. 6. Repair or replace. To remove the main circulation to the locator ridge at the bottom of the 6. Wiring or terminal supplies 100 percent filtered water at (circ) pump do the following in tub (see enlarged portion of the attached defective. a rate of approximately 10.5 (40LMP) sequence: Shut off electricity to the image). Then, press the seal periodically GPM to one spray arm at a time. The Dishwasher will not fill 1. Water supply turned off. 1. Turn water supply on. dishwasher. Disconnect the wiring into place. Finally slide your fingers over with water. 2. Defective water inlet fill 2. Replace water inlet fill spray arm’s operation is alternated by harness connections located at the the seal to press it fully in place. When valve. valve. small “pauses” of the motor during the 3. Check fill valve screen for 3. Disassemble and clean circ pump’s motor. Remove the two complete a single face of the seal should obstructions. screen. wash cycle. screws that hold the motor bracket. Short Turn be visible and flush with the edge of the 4. Defective float switch. 4. Repair or replace. 5. Electronic control board 5. Replace control board. Draining is accomplished by using a Slide the motor bracket away from channel. defective. 6. Repair or replace. small separate synchronous drain pump the sump. The motor and pump, 6. Wiring or terminal 7. Clean float. defective. mounted to the side of the sump. The now held only by friction against 7. Float stuck in “UP” position. drain check valve is located at the O-rings, can be pulled out of the Product Specifications discharge end of the drain pump. The sump. Dishwasher water 1. Drain hose (high) loop too 1. Repair to proper 32-inch drain hose is attached by a worm gear Electrical Water Supply siphons out. low. minimum height. 2. Drain line connected to a 2. Connect to a vented drain. clamp to the discharge end of the drain Rating......................................120 Volts, 60Hz Suggested minimum incoming water floor drain not vented. pump. Separate Circuit..15 amp min......- 20 amp max. temperature...........................1200F (490C) Pressure (PSI) min./max...................20/120 Detergent left in 1. Detergent allowed to stand 1. Instruct customer/user Motor (Amps)............................................1.8 dispenser. too long in dispenser. 900 Watt Heater Heater Wattage.........................................900 Connection..............................3/8” NPT or 2. Dispenser wet when 2. Instruct customer/user Total Amps (load rated).............................10.0 3/4” Hose Thread Fitting detergent was added. TempAssure......................................1400F+- 50F Consumption (Normal Cycle)....................... 3. Detergent cover held closed 3. Instruct customer/user Refer to the cycle chart on the reverse Voltage checks of the heater 4.9 - 9.7 U.S. gal., 18.5 - 36.7 liters or blocked by large dishes. on proper loading of (600C+- 30C) [with outer door in place] Water valve flow rate (U.S.GPM)..............83 4. Improper incoming water dishes. side to determine when the heater is should be made in the dry portion TempBoost........................................1450F+- 50F temperature to properly 4. Incoming water on during the wash cycle. The heater of the service test mode. (630C+- 30C) Heated Wash/Heated Rinse Water recirculation (U.S. GPM).................... dissolve detergent. temperature of 1200F approx. 12 5. See “Detergent cover will is required to properly cycles ON and OFF for brief periods Sanitize.............................1500F+- 50F (660C+- 30C) not open”. dissolve dishwashing Water fill time...................................87 sec. detergents. during the drying cycle. Hi-Limit Thermostat .......................2000F (930C)