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Zoppas washing machine circuit diagram EWM1000 platform

Washing machine circuit diagram

Electrical components – appliance Components of electronic circuit board

1. Circuit board

2. Suppressor

3. Main switch (on programme selector)

4. Door safety interlock

5. 1st level pressure switch

6. Anti-boiling pressure switch

7. Anti-overflow pressure switch (certain models only)

8. Heating element

9. Stator (motor)

10. Overload circuit-breaker (motor)

11. Tachymetric generator (motor)

12. Rotor (motor)

13. Drain pump

14. Pre-wash solenoid valve

15. Washing solenoid valve

16. “Door closed” lamp (certain models only)

17. Drum positioning system (DSP) (top-loaders – certain models only)

DOOR_TY Triac for door safety interlock

DRAIN_TY Triac for drain pump

K1 Heating element relay

K2 Motor relay: clockwise rotation

K3 Motor relay: anti-clockwise rotation

K4 Motor relay: half-range power (certain models only)

MOTOR_TY Motor triac

ON/OFF Main switch (programme selector)

PWELW_TY Triac for pre-wash solenoid valve

Serial interface Asynchronous serial interface

WELV_TY Triac for washing solenoid valve

 

 

 

In case of burning on the main circuit board, check that the problem is not caused by another electrical component (short-circuits, poor insulation, water leakage).

Refer to the figures below in order to identify the component that might have caused the burning according to the position of the burned area.

The circuit board shown below is the version with the greatest number of components: other boards may not feature all these components (relay K4 and buzzer).

 

Table of alarms error codes EWM1000

Alarm Description Possible fault Action/Machine status Reset
E00 No alarm
E11 Difficulty in filling during wash phase Tap closed or water pressure insufficient; Drain hose incorrectly positioned; Water fill solenoid faulty; Leaks from pressure switch hydraulic circuit; Pressure switch faulty; Wiring faulty; Circuit board faulty. Cycle paused, door closed Start
E13 Water leakage Drain hose incorrectly positioned; Water pressure insufficient; Water fill solenoid faulty; Leaks or blockage in pressure switch hydraulic circuit; Pressure switch faulty; Circuit board faulty. Cycle paused, door closed Start
E21 Difficulties in draining Drain hose kinked/blocked/incorrectly positioned; Drain filter clogged or dirty; Drain pump faulty; Pressure switch faulty;
Wiring faulty; Circuit board faulty; Current leakage from heating element to ground.
Cycle paused Start
E23 Drain pump triac faulty Drain pump faulty; Wiring faulty; Circuit board faulty. Safety drain - Cycle stopped, door open Selector on “0”
E24 Problems with «sensing» of drain pump triac Circuit board faulty. Safety drain – Cycle stopped, door released Selector on “0”
E33 Incongruence between contact closure of anti-
boiling and 1st level of pressure switch
Pressure switch faulty; Current leakage from heating
element to ground; Heating element; Wiring faulty; Circuit
board faulty.
Safety drain - Cycle stopped, door open Selector on “0”
E35 Water overflow Water fill solenoid faulty; Leaks from pressure switch hydraulic circuit; Pressure switch faulty; Wiring faulty; Circuit board faulty. Cycle blocked, door closed. Safety drain.
Drain pump (sequence 5 min. ON - 5 min.
OFF)
Selector on “0”
E36 «sensing» circuit of anti-boiling pressure switch
faulty
Circuit board faulty. Cycle blocked, door closed Selector on “0”
E37 «sensing» circuit of 1st level faulty Circuit board faulty. Cycle blocked, door closed Selector on “0”
E39 HV «sensing» circuit of anti-flooding pressure
switch faulty
Circuit board faulty. Cycle blocked, door closed Selector on “0”
E41 Door open Door safety interlock faulty; Wiring faulty;
Circuit board faulty.
Cycle paused Start
E42 Problems with aperture of door Door safety interlock faulty; Wiring faulty;
Circuit board faulty
Cycle paused Start or Selector
on “0”
E43 Power triac on door interlock faulty Door safety interlock faulty; Wiring faulty;
Circuit board faulty.
Safety drain, door released Selector on “0”
E44 Door interlock «sensing» faulty Circuit board faulty. Safety drain, door released Selector on “0”
E45 «sensing» on door interlock triac faulty Circuit board faulty. Safety drain, door released Selector on “0”
E51 Motor power triac short-circuited Circuit board faulty;
Current leakage from motor or wiring.
Cycle blocked, door closed (after 5 attempts in diagnostics or immediate during selection) Selector on “0”
E52 No signal from motor tachimetric generator Motor faulty; Wiring faulty;
Circuit board faulty.
Cycle blocked, door closed (after 5 attempts in diagnostics or immediate during selection) Selector on “0”
E53 «sensing» circuit on motor triac faulty Circuit board faulty. Cycle blocked Selector on “0”
E54 Motor relay contacts sticking Circuit board faulty;
Current leakage from motor or wiring.
Cycle blocked, door closed (after 5 attempts in diagnostics or immediate during selection) Selector on “0”
E61 Insufficient heating during washing NTC sensor faulty; Heating element faulty; Wiring faulty;
Circuit board faulty.
Heating phase skipped ---
E62 Overheating during washing NTC sensor faulty; Heating element faulty; Wiring faulty;
Circuit board faulty.
Safety drain (with cooling water fill) - Stop with door open Selector on “0”
E66 Power relay for heating element faulty Circuit board faulty; Current leakage from heating element
or wiring to ground.
Safety drain (with cooling water fill) - Stop with door open Selector on “0”
E71 NTC washing sensor faulty NTC sensor faulty; Wiring faulty;
Circuit board faulty.
Heating phase skipped ---
E82 Error in reset position of selector Circuit board faulty. Cycle cancelled Selector on “0”
E83 Error in reading selector position Configuration data incorrect; Circuit board faulty. During the cycle continues normally, switches off completely during selection ---
E93 Incorrect machine configuration Configuration data incorrect; Circuit board faulty. Appliance blocked Selector on “0”
E94 Incorrect washing cycle configuration Configuration data incorrect; Circuit board faulty. Appliance blocked Selector on “0”
E95 Communications error between microprocessor
and EEPROM
Circuit board faulty. Appliance blocked Selector on “0”
E96 Incongruence between hardware version and
configuration.
Configuration data incorrect; Circuit board faulty. Appliance blocked Selector on “0”
E97 Incongruence between programme selector and
cycle configuration
Configuration data incorrect; Circuit board faulty. Appliance blocked Selector on “0”
EB1 Power supply frequency of appliance incorrect Mains power supply problems (incorrect / interference); Circuit board faulty. Cycle blocked until normal power supply
conditions are restored
Selector on “0”
EB2 Voltage too high Mains power supply problems (incorrect / interference); Circuit board faulty. Cycle blocked until normal power supply
conditions are restored
Selector on “0”
EB3 Voltage too low Mains power supply problems (incorrect / interference); Circuit board faulty. Cycle blocked until normal power supply
conditions are restored
Selector on “0”

Notes concerning certain alarm codes
 

  • Configuration alarms E93-E96: If these alarms are generated (when the appliance is switched on), operation of the appliance is blocked and all the LEDs light. The diagnostics procedure cannot be accessed; the only option is to switch the appliance OFF (by turning the selector to position “0”).
     
  • Configuration alarm E94: For this alarm code, only the family for alarm “9” is displayed; the diagnostics procedure cannot be accessed, and the “rapid alarm display” function cannot be used.
     
  • Alarms EB1-EB2-EB3: In the event of problems with the mains power supply, the appliance remains in alarm mode until the mains frequency or voltage are restored to the correct value or the appliance is switched off (by turning the programme selector to “0”). The family of alarm “B” is displayed; the diagnostics procedure cannot be accessed, and the “rapid alarm display” function cannot be used. The complete alarm code can be read only when the abnormal situation has ceased.
     
  • Alarms E51- E52: During the diagnostics test, all the alarms are displayed. Normally, when the programme selector is turned from one test phase to another, the appliance exits the alarm condition and performs the phase selected. This does not take place in the case of alarms E51 (power triac on motor short-circuited) and E52 (no signal from the tachymetric generator on the motor): in these cases, the only option to exit the alarm condition is to switch the appliance OFF by turning the selector to position “0” (reset).

 

PNC_ELC

Platform

Pub

Model

BrandName

ProdDate

91479252200

EWM1000

599359685

P1000EM

Zoppas

20030627

91479270100

EWM1000

599360451

P1000EM

Zoppas

20030905

91421103000

EWM1000

599360105

P100E

Zoppas

20030725

91421103002

EWM1000

599371690

P100E

Zoppas

20050701

91421105500

EWM1000

599372077

P100E

Zoppas

20050715

91421111600

EWM1000

599381379

P100E

Zoppas

20060505

91421111601

EWM1000

599381385

P100E

Zoppas

20060508

91478091300

EWM1000

599377623

P100E

Zoppas

20050825

91478092600

EWM1000

599375447

P100E

Zoppas

20060127

91420510200

EWM1000

599371315

P106M

Zoppas

20050617

91420510201

EWM1000

599375751

P106M

Zoppas

20060106

91420520200

EWM1000

599375755

P106M

Zoppas

20060210

91420520201

EWM1000

599378008

P106M

Zoppas

20060217

91420520202

EWM1000

599381693

P106M

Zoppas

20060526

91420520203

EWM1000

599384207

P106M

Zoppas

20061110

91479190700

EWM1000

599380391

P106M

Zoppas

20060616

91428104300

EWM1000

599360108

P65E

Zoppas

20030725

91428104301

EWM1000

599371859

P65E

Zoppas

20050708

91428107400

EWM1000

599372066

P65E

Zoppas

20050715

91428111400

EWM1000

599377768

P65E

Zoppas

20060130

91428111401

EWM1000

599384125

P65E

Zoppas

20060508

91478092400

EWM1000

599380406

P65E

Zoppas

20060616

91428510200

EWM1000

599371335

P76M

Zoppas

20050624

91428520001

EWM1000

599378215

P76M

Zoppas

20060217

91428520002

EWM1000

599382298

P76M

Zoppas

20060526

91479252100

EWM1000

599359684

P800EM

Zoppas

20030627

91479270000

EWM1000

599360449

P800EM

Zoppas

20030905

91428104400

EWM1000

599360110

P80E

Zoppas

20030725

91428104401

EWM1000

599371860

P80E

Zoppas

20050708

91428107500

EWM1000

599372076

P80E

Zoppas

20050715

91428111500

EWM1000

599377773

P80E

Zoppas

20060130

91428111501

EWM1000

599384126

P80E

Zoppas

20060508

91478091200

EWM1000

599374453

P80E

Zoppas

20051216

91478092500

EWM1000

599380399

P80E

Zoppas

20060616

91428510300

EWM1000

599371336

P86M

Zoppas

20050624

91428520101

EWM1000

599377221

P86M

Zoppas

20060317

91428520102

EWM1000

599382299

P86M

Zoppas

20060526

91428520103

EWM1000

599384855

P86M

Zoppas

20061006

91479190600

EWM1000

599380396

P86M

Zoppas

20060616

91479272200

EWM1000

599371291

P87X

Zoppas

20050617

91479273900

EWM1000

599384287

P87X

Zoppas

20061110

91479123000

EWM1000

599364240

P8EM

Zoppas

20040507

91475670400

EWM1000

599381030

PL104E

Zoppas

20060630

91475670300

EWM1000

599381511

PL84E

Zoppas

20060714

91490100000

EWM1000

599380165

PP653E

Zoppas

20060616

91490100001

EWM1000

599385294

PP653E

Zoppas

20061222

91490100005

EWM1000

599704201

PP653E

Zoppas

20071116

91428114000

EWM1000

599381294

Z16

Zoppas

20060505

91428114001

EWM1000

599381488

Z16

Zoppas

20060508

91421113900

EWM1000

599380662

Z20

Zoppas

20060630

91421113901

EWM1000

599382049

Z20

Zoppas

20060811

91421113902

EWM1000

599707016

Z20

Zoppas

20080328

91428520800

EWM1000

599381496

Z616

Zoppas

20060505

91428520801

EWM1000

599381325

Z616

Zoppas

20060714

91428520802

EWM1000

599384836

Z616

Zoppas

20061013

91420521000

EWM1000

599381357

Z620

Zoppas

20060505

91420521001

EWM1000

599381367

Z620

Zoppas

20060508

91420521002

EWM1000

599384738

Z620

Zoppas

20061020

 

 

 

     
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1. PURPOSE OF THIS SERVICE MANUAL

The purpose of this Service Manual is to provide Service Engineers, who already have the basic knowledge necessary to repair household washing machines, with information of a general nature regarding the HEC range of washing machines.

More detailed information regarding specific models may be found in the Service Notes and Service

Manuals (issued separately) for each specific model or functionality.

This information covers:

  • Circuit diagrams

  • Exploded views of spare parts

  • Spare parts lists

  • Functions and diagnostics

2. IMPORTANT NOTES

  • Repairs to electrical appliances must be effected only by qualified personnel.

  • Before accessing the components inside the appliance, always remove the plug from the power socket.

  • Where possible, ohmic measurements should be effected rather than direct measurement of voltage and current.

  • Certain metal components inside the appliance may have sharp edges. Care should be taken to avoid cuts or abrasions.

  • Before laying the appliance on the floor, always drain any water by means of the system placed beside the drain filter.

  • Never lay the appliance on its right side (i.e. electronic control unit side); this would cause the water in the detergent dispenser to fall onto electrical components, thus damaging them.

  • After repairing the appliance, always perform the final tests.
3. CAUTION:
  • Before servicing receivers covered by this service manual and its supplements and addenda, read and follow the SAFETY PRECAUTIONS of this publication. Remember: Safety First.
  • General Guidance An isolation Transformer should always be used during the servicing of a receiver whose chassis is not isolated from the AC power line.
  • Use a transformer of adequate power rating as this protects the technician from accidents resulting in personal injury from electrical shocks. It will also protect the receiver and it's components from being damaged by accidental shorts of the circuitry that may be inadvertently introduced during the service operation.

 

 

 

 

 
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