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P/No. : 3828ED3001L

DISHWASHER SERVICE MANUAL
NOTE
BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT, PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY FOR SAFETY AND CORRECT SERVICES.

MODEL : LD-4050W LD-14AW2, LD-14AT 2

CONTENTS
1. CAUTION .................................................................. 4 .................................................................. 2. SPECIFICATIONS........................................................... 5 .......................................................... 3. FEATURES & TECHNICAL EXPLANATION................................... 6 .................................. 4. PARTS NAME............................................................. 1 1 ............................................................ 5. 6. 7. WIRING DIAGRAM ...................................................... 1 3 .....................................................

PROGRAM CHART (SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM) .............................. 1 5 .............................. HOW TO DISASSEMBLE .................................................. 1 7 .................................................

8 TROUBLE SHOOTING METHODS ........................................... 2 7 . .......................................... A. TROUBLE SHOOTING ACCORDING TO DISPLAYED ERROR MESSAGE ..... 2 7 .... B. TROUBLE DIAGNOSES AND REPAIR BY SYMPTOM ..................... 2 9 ..................... 9. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION ........................................... 3 3 ..........................................

10. EXPLODED VIEW ....................................................... 3 8 ....................................................... 11. REPLACEMENT PART LIST.............................................. 4 4 ..............................................

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CAUTION !
DISCONNECT POWER CORD BEFORE SERVING RECONNECT ALL GROUNDING DEVICES
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE !
This service information is intended for individuals possessing adequate backgrounds of electrical, electronic and mechanical experience. Any attempt to repair this appliance may result in personal injury and property damage. The manufacturer or seller can not be responsible for the interpretation of this information, nor can it assume any liability in connection with its use.

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2. SPECIFICATION
ITEM Model Rated Voltage / Frequency Installation Place Settings Product Dimension(mm) Product Weight(Kg) Door Colour Tub Material Control Rated Power(Watt) Heater Power(Watt) Programs Upper Rack Position Lower Rack Water Consumption() Power Consumption (kWh) Operating Time (min) Fan Dry System Delay Start Function Auto-Off Power Switch Process Monitor Wash Level Racks Operating Water Pressure (Bar) LD-4050W AC 240V/50Hz Free Standing / built-In 14 SPECIFICATION LD-14AT2 AC 240V/50Hz Free Standing / built-In 14 LD-14AW2 AC 240V/50Hz Free Standing / built-In 14

600(W) 600(D) 850(H) 600(W) 600(D) 850(H) 600(W) 600(D) 850(H) 52 White Stainless Steel Electronic(Fussy) 2,210 2,100 6 Sliding Adjustable 100% Fold down 18 (Economy) 0.7 (Economy) 84 (Economy) Yes Yes Yes Yes 5 Nylon Coating 0.5 ~ 8 52 Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Electronic 2,210 2,100 6 Sliding Adjustable 100% Fold down 18 (Economy) 0.7 (Economy) 84 (Economy) Yes Yes Yes Yes 5 Nylon Coating 0.5 ~ 8 52 White Stainless Steel Electronic 2,210 2,100 6 Adjustable 50% Fold down 18 (Economy) 0.7 (Economy) 84 (Economy) Yes Yes Yes Yes 5 Nylon Coating 0.5 ~ 8

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3. FEATURES & TECHNICAL EXPLANATION
3-1 New Technology Introduction 3-1-1. Turbo Fan Drying System
Turbo fan drying system expels out hot and humid air to enhance quick and effective drying.

3-1-2. High Temperature Rinsing
During the high temp. Rinse course, water temperature in an dishwasher reaches 77C, considerably higher than the average rinse temperature in conventional dishwashers(65C). This is how Rinse 77C can eliminate some bacteria such as salmonella.

3-1-3. Turbo Spray System
Turbo Spray System is elaborately designed to achieve a more powerful and efficient wash. You can see the excellent 3 rotating spray arm with 5 directional waterjet.

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LD-4050W
3-2. Display Panel
RINSE / EXTRA HOT HALF LOAD DIAL (PROGRAM & START / PAUSE) TIME SAVE

CHILD LOCK

TIME DELAY

SPRAY INTENSITY

POWER

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LD-14AW2 / LD-14AT2
3-2. Display Panel
DELAY START BUTTON
If you want to delay the start of selected program, press this button before pressing start button. Pressing the delay time will increase time by 1 hour. The delay start time can be adjusted from 1 hour to 19 hours.

TIME SAVE
This function is for saving time and energy. With each press, time save ON and OFF is repeated. When select this function, the operating time will be shorten.

HALF LOAD
In case of small load, use upper or lower rack only to save energy. With each press, can select upper or lower rack only. In case you don't select this button, the machine always works vario washing, which operate upper and lower spray arm alternately.

POWER SWITCH BUTTON
For operating, press this button first for power on. After operating, this button automatically switches off for safety and energy saving. If case of irregular surge disturbances to the machine, the power may be automatically turned off for safety.

REMAINING TIME
Indication of remaining time Self diagnosis and error message display

CHILD LOCK
Used to lock or unlock the control buttons to prevent all the setting from being changed by a child. For locking/unlocking, press Delay Start and T-Save button simultaneously.

PROGRAM
When power is on, program is automatically set to normal. If you want to change the program, press the button and set the program you want to.

RINSE/SANI
With each press, rinse+, rinse+ & 77 sani rinse, C 77 sani rinse C is repeated.

START/PAUSE BUTTON
With each press, Start and Pause is repeated during operation. If the machine remains in Pause mode for 10 minutes, the power is automatically turned off.

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LD-4050W
3.3 TEST MODE
CHECK PROGRAM(START IN THE STATE OF THE CLOSED DOOR)
BUTTON Half Load+Time Delay+POWER S/W Rinse Half Load Time Delay Multi Spray Time Save Dial knob Start/Pause The number of pushing button 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 Rotation 1 TIME 2 TIME 3 TIME 4 TIME 5 TIME 6 TIME 7 TIME 8 TIME 9 TIME 10 TIME 11 TIME 12 TIME 13 TIME DISPLAY n : 0H 11 : 11 12 : 22 13 : 33 14 : 44 15 : 55 11 : 11 ~ 16 : 66 n : 01 Frequency n : 03 n : 04 n : 05 n : 06 n : 07 n : 08 n : 09 Temperature n : 11 n : 12 None Water level sensor Washing motor Drain pump Inlet valve Dispenser Heater(for 10 sec.) Fan motor None Thermister Lower Nozzle Upper Nozzle Load and Checking points All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting The LED of each course is lighting Intensive Auto Economy Gentle Quick Pre-wash Time Save Wash Rinse Dry Lower Upper AUTO OFF S/W
Micro S/W must be ON to operate HEATER

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LD-14AT2/LD-14AW2
3.3 TEST MODE
CHECK PROGRAM(START IN THE STATE OF THE CLOSED DOOR)
BUTTON Normal+Eco +POWER S/W Delay Start Key T-Save Key Intensive Key Normal Key Eco Key Gentle Key Quick Key Pre-Wash Key Half & Vario Key Rinse Key Start/Pause The number of pushing button 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 TIME 1 TIME 2 TIME 3 TIME 4 TIME 5 TIME 6 TIME 7 TIME 8 TIME 9 TIME 10 TIME 11 TIME 12 TIME 13 TIME DISPLAY n : 0H 11 : 11 12 : 22 13 : 33 14 : 44 15 : 55 11 : 11 ~ 16 : 66 17 : 77 18 : 88 19 : 99 10 : 00 n : 01 Frequency n : 03 n : 04 n : 05 n : 06 n : 07 n : 08 n : 09 Temperature n : 11 n : 12 None Water level sensor Washing motor Drain pump Inlet valve Dispenser Heater(for 10 sec.) Fan motor None Thermister Lower Nozzle Upper Nozzle AUTO OFF S/W
Micro S/W must be ON to operate HEATER

Load and Checking points All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting All LEDs are lighting Time Save Intensive Normal Eco Quick Pre-wash Wash 1 Wash 2 Rinse 1 Rinse 2 Dry

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4. PARTS NAME

LD-4050W

1. Control Panel 2. Vapor vent 3. Door Handle 4. Front Cover 5. Lower Cover 6. Process Monitor 7. Power Switch 8. Drain hose 9. Inlet valve ASM 10. Power Cord

11. Adjust Leg 12. Upper Rack 13. Cutlery Rack 14. Detergent & Rinse Aid Dispenser 15. Vapor Vent Cover 16. Upper Spray Arm 17. Lower Spray Arm 18. Filter ASM 19. Lower Rack

Inlet Hose

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4. PARTS NAME

LD-14AT2/LD-14AW2

1. Vapor vent 2. Control Panel 3. Door Handle 4. Front Cover 5. Lower Cover 6. Process Monitor 7. Power Switch 8. Inlet valve ASM 9. Drain Hose Connector 10. Power Cord

11. Adjust Leg 12. Upper Rack 13. Cutlery Rack 14. Detergent & Rinse Aid Dispenser 15. Vapor Vent Cover 16. Upper Spray Arm 17. Lower Spray Arm 18. Filter ASM 19. Lower Rack

Inlet Hose

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5. WIRING DIAGRAM
LD-4050W

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5. WIRING DIAGRAM
LD-14AW2

LD-14AT2

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6. PROGRAM CHART(SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM)

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6. PROGRAM CHART(PGM TIME Flow-Default, Vario)

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7. HOW TO DISASSEMBLE
BEFORE DISASSEMBLING THE DISHWASHER ;
1) Remove the plug from electric outlet to avoid electric shock. 2) Close the Water Tap(faucet). 3) Remove all dishes and items in the dishwasher. 4) Remove the Lower Rack and the Upper Rack. 5) If necessary, remove the inlet hose and drain hose to avoid the hose damages. 6) Prepare some towels to avoid floor wet by the water left in the dishwasher.

7-1. FULL DISASSEMBLE
1. Top Table
1) Remove the rear 2 screws. 2) Pull and lift the top table.

2. Low Cover

3. Cabinet-R/L 1) Cabinet-R Remove front 4 screws. Remove rear 3 screws. 2) Cabinet-L Remove front 4 screws. Remove rear 3 screws.

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4. Balance weight
1) Remove side 4 screws. 2) Lift the balance weight.

5. Door Assembly
1) Front Cover Open the door. Remove 6 screws(stainless). Close the door slowly and remove front cover downwards. 2) Control Panel Assembly Open the door.
LD-4050W

Remove 4 screws(stainless). Remove wire connection. Be sure the wiring should not be changed in reassembling. Remove 3 screws for Latch assembly Remove 5 screws for Controller.

LD-14AW2 LD-14AT2

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3) Fan Open the door.
Out Cover Inner Cover
LD-4050W, LD-14AT2

Remove the outer cover by removing 1 screw. Remove 2 fixing screws inside and turn the Inner Cover counterclockwise. 4) Detergent Dispenser Close the door. Remove the wire connections.

Detergent Dispenser

Fan Door Liner
LD-14AW2

Remove 6 screws with brackets.

Door Bracket Fan

5) Door Spring (Right & Left) Push the Spring upwards and take it off from the Frame. Be careful not to be injured by the sharp edge of Tub. Take the Hinge Link off from the Hinge.

6) Door Liner Open the door. Remove 4 screws. Do not use other screws for assembling.

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6. Base spacer
Remove 4 screws. Lift the front side of dishwasher and pull the base spacer forward.

7. Tub assembly
1) Nozzle Pull up the nozzle.

2) Filter Assembly
Inner filter Middle filter Micro filter

Turn inner filter counterclockwise and lift inner filter and middle filter. You can disassemble inner filter and middle filter by pulling opposite direction. Lift up main filter. Lift up micro filter.

Main filter

3) Nozzle Holder Disconnect the water guide Remove 4screws and lift it up

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4) Tub Turn the air guide nut counter-clockwise. (Special tool might be needed.) Be careful the rubber packing of air guide assembly should not be lost. Remove 4 screws for sump holder . Remove side 8 screws. Remove 2 Earth screw of right side. Lift tub assembly upward. Be careful not to be injured or scratch floor by the sharp edge of tub.

8. Air Guide Assembly
Disconnect the wiring connection. Remove 3 hoses assembly. Be careful the o-ring should not be lost.

9. C-Base Assembly
1) Remove the screw which tighten washing motor and base. 2) Lift them upward. Be careful not to wet the floor by the water left in the sump. 3) Detach the washing motor and heater assembly by pulling opposite direction to sump. 4) Remove the 3 screw for drain motor.

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5) synchronous motor Remove the 2 screws. Lift the cam upward. Be careful not to install upside down. (part number on the cam should face the motor.)

6) Vario valve Remove 4 screws and lift the cover upward. Lift the vario valve upward.

7) Capacitor Remove 1 screw.

8) Inlet valve Remove 2 screws.

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9) Noise filter Remove 1 screw.

10) Power cord assembly Turn the power cord assembly 90 and take it off.

11) Drain Hose Pull the holder forward and upward.

12) Relay Remove 2 screws. LD-4050W has no relay.

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7-2. DISASSEMBLE C-BASE ASSEMBLY
1. Top Plate
See 7-1. 1. (Page 17)

2. Low Cover
See 7-1. 2. (Page 17)

3. Cabinet-R/L
See 7-1. 3. (Page 17)

4. Air Guide
Disconnect 3 hoses assembly. You need not to unscrew the air guide nut.

5. Put the Dishwasher upside down.

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6. Remove the side screws
1) Remove side 8 screws. 2) Remove 2 Earth screws of right side. 3) Remove 1 motor bracket screw. 4) Lift base upward slightly. (You can't lift up base perfectly because of some parts connecting to base.)

7. Disconnect the connecting points between tub and base
1) Disconnect noise filter. 2) Disconnect of powercord assembly.

3) Disconnect wire from the capacity.

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4) Disconnect wire from the inlet valve.

5) Disconnect wire from the relay. Now, you can remove the base from the tub perfectly.

8. C-Base Assembly
You can repair the parts in the C-Base like heater case, washing pump, drain motor etc. you may refer to 7-1. 9. 2)~11) (Page 21~23) Don't disassemble sump by 7-2. If you want to disassemble the sump, follow 7-1.

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8.TROUBLE SHOOTING METHODS
A. TROUBLE SHOOTING ACCORDING TO DISPLAYED ERROR MESSAGE
ERROR MESSAGE
INLET ERROR

POSSIBLE CAUSE FOR ERROR OCCURRENCE
The Water Tap is not opened. The Inlet Hose is kinked. The Filter of inlet valve clogged by impure water.

REMEDY
Open the Water Tap. Repair the Inlet Hose. a) Close the Water Tap. b) Unscrew the Inlet Hose (Inlet Valve side) c) Clean the Filter of Inlet Valve. Replace or repair the Inlet Valve. Check the water remain on the base. 1) Check the point of damages and repair or replace the related parts. 2) Disconnect the inlet hose to dishwasher to unlock the safety valve. Clean the Filter. Remove the cause of kink or block. Replace the Drain Pump/Motor or repair the Circuit.

displayed Condition
Not reached to the normal water level in spite of 10 min. water supply

The Inlet Water Valve is normal ? The water pressure is very low. ( below 0.5 kgf/ ) Inlet valve is blocked by safety device for leakage sensing. The Filter clogged. The Drain Hose kinked or blocked. The Drain Pump/Motor or circuit is troubled.

DRAIN ERROR

displayed Condition
Not fully drained out in spite of 5 min. drain operation

LEAKAGE ERROR
Water leakage in Hose connections. Water is leaked by damages. Replace the connections of Hose. Check the point of damages and repair or replace the related parts.

displayed Condition
The water level in Tub goes down during operation

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ERROR MESSAGE
EXCESS ERROR

POSSIBLE CAUSE FOR ERROR OCCURRENCE

REMEDY

The Inlet Valve is troubled.

Replace the Inlet Valve. Replace the air breaker. Replace the sensor assembly. Repair or replace the Controller.

displayed Condition
Excessive water is supplied than normal water level.(Automatically drain Pump operated.)

The Air Break is troubled. The Sensor Assembly is troubled. The Controller is troubled.

THERMAL ERROR
The Circuit of thermistor is troubled. Thermistor is troubled. Repair the Circuit of thermistor. Replace the Thermistor. Repair or replace the Controller.

displayed Condition
The resistance of thermistor not normally out put.

The Controller is troubled.

HEATER ERROR

The Circuit of Heater is troubled. The Thermistor is troubled. The Heater is shorted. The Relay Circuit is troubled.

Repair the Circuit of Heater. Replace the Thermistor. Replace the Heater. Repair the Relay Circuit..

displayed Condition
The water is not heated or the temperature in the Tub is overheated to over 95

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B. TROUBLE DIAGNOSES AND REPAIR BY SYMPTOM
No Power on when the power button pressed.

The plug is correctly inserted in the Socket-Outlet?

NO

Insert the Plug Correctly. Check the electricity is failed or not.

YES

The Fuse or Circuit Breaker of house is O.K?

NO

Replace the Fuse or Circuit Breaker of house.

YES

The Thermal Fuse is O.K?

NO

Check the Thermal Fuse and replace it.

YES

The Power Switch or the Circuit is O.K?

NO

Check the Power Switch or the circuit and repair it.

YES

The C-Trans Circuit is O.K?

NO

Check the C-Trans Circuit. and repair it.

YES

C h e c k t h e C o n t r o l l e r. ( P o w e r C i r c u i t )

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The Wash Pump/Motor does not run.

The Door is tightly closed?

NO

Close the Door Tightly. Check the Door Switch in Latch Handle.

YES

The Pump/Motor is not blocked?

NO

Remove the cause of block or replace the Pump/Motor.

YES

The circuit of Pump/ Motor is O.K? YES

NO

Repair the circuit.

The Thermal Protector of Motor is tripped?

YES
Cool the Motor Until the Thermal Protector reset.

NO

Replace the Pump/Motor

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Washing Results are not Satisfactory

After washing, are there still White deposits or streaks on the dishes?

YES
Reduce the amount of Rinse-Aid (for Streak)

NO After washing, are there still food soils on the dishes?

YES

Check that : - the amount of detergent Correctly used or not - Filters clogged or not. - the holes of spray arms blocked or not. - Utensils are correctly arranged or not. - Utensils are overloaded or not. - the spray arm rotating is obstructed or not. - the program is correctly selected or not.

Dry Results are not satisfactory

Increase the amount of Rinse-Aid.(Set the number higher)

Select the Program that the Rinse temperature is higher.

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Power Button not automatically off after operation.

Check the button is blocked by foreign materials.

Check the Power Switch.(Replace it, if necessary.)

Check the Controller.(Replace it, if necessary.)

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9. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION
Step1: Prepare Cupboard opening
1. This dishwasher is designed to fit to the size shown as below. 2. Select a location as close to sink as possible for easy connections to water and drain lines. 3. The dishwasher should not be installed more than 3 meters from sink for proper drainage. 4. If dishwasher is to be installed in corner, minimum 5 cm of space is required between the washer and an adjacent cabinet or a wall.

If bare chipboard is adjacent to or above the dishwasher, it should be sealed with a waterproofing paint or sealant to prevent swelling due to steam. Cut out for hoses and electrical cables on either side. ( approx.. 100 X 75 )

Cupboard Opening Dimension ( mm )

Ensure the floor under the dishwasher is at the same level as the rest of the room to allow for any service requirements.

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Step 2 : PREPARE ELECTRICAL WIRING
CAUTION
For personal safety, remove house fuse or open circuit breaker before installation. Do not use an extension cord or adapter plug with this appliance. Electrical and grounding connections must comply with the national electrical code/provincial and municipal code and/or other local codes.

1. This appliance must be supplied with correct rating voltage and hertz as shown on instruction manual, and connected to an individual, properly grounded branch circuit, protected by minimum 15 amp circuit breaker or time delay fuse. Wiring must be 2 wires with ground. 2. The power point must be in a accessible location adjacent to and not behind the dishwasher and within 1.2 meters of the dishwasher side. A correctly rated, wired and earthed extension cord may be used if necessary. (See Fig. A) 3. The power point must be correctly earthed, if in doubt, have it checked by a qualified Electrician. No other appliance shall be connected to the same plug outlet by a double adapter or similar plug.

Step 3 : PREPARE DISHWASHER FOR INSTALLATION

1. Lay the dishwasher on its back. 2. Adjust the legs to the needed height of cabinet as shown at below.

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Step 4 : INSTALL THE DISHWASHER IN CUPBOARD
1. Before sliding the dishwasher into the cupboard opening, all necessary final height adjustment and balancing adjustment should be done using the spanner. 2. Slide the dishwasher into the cabinet opening carefully. Make sure that the drain hose inside the cabinet should not be kinked or exceeded.

CAUTION
If the height of cupboard is below 850mm, you should remove the top table by unscrewing the 2 screws. (Two of rear)

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Step 5 : DRAIN LINE CONNECTION
1. If the end drain hose does not fit to the drain line, use a piece of rubber connector (not supplied) that must be resistant to heat and detergent and may be obtained from a plumbing shop. 2. There are 2 typical connections as shown in Figure A, B
The recommended methods of drain hose connection must be adhered to within the areas of Water Board Authority. Several other options are commonly used outside this area and local council or plumbers should be able to advise of these. The S trap spigot must be drilled out cleanly and free of obstruction to its maximum internal diameter, if used for drainage. To prevent syphoning, one of the following instruction methods must be followed : When the drainage hose is connected to a sink S trap or waste disposal unit, the hose must be looped up to the under side of the bench top and secured.

Fig. A

When the drain hose is connected to a separate stand pipe, it is essential that an air tight connection is made. Refer to Fig. B

Fig. B . Drainage connection-stand pipe

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Drain Hose Extension
Drain Hose extension kits are available from through your local service centre. Extend drain Hose as shown below.

Step 6 : WATER SUPPLY CONNECTION
1. Connect the water supply hose to the valve behind dishwasher and the water tap as shown in figure. This dishwasher may be fed with either hot or cold water. If the water can not be maintained below 65C, the dishwasher must be connected to cold water. 2. When connecting, the sealing tape or sealing compound should be used to avoid water leaks. Make sure that the line is not kinked or sharply bent.

Step 7 : FINAL CHECK AND ASSEMBLING
1. Securely hand tighten supply hose to water supply. Plug power cord into an earthed power point and switch on. 2. Operate the dishwasher through one cycle (Quick cycle is recommended) to check for water leak and operating conditions.

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10. EXPLODED VIEW

LD-4050W LD-14AT2

LD-14AW2

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EXPLODED VIEW

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EXPLODED VIEW - TUB ASSEMBLY

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EXPLODED VIEW - SUMP ASSEMBLY

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EXPLODED VIEW - BASE ASSEMBLY

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EXPLODED VIEW - DOOR ASSEMBLY
LD-4050W

LD-14AT2 LD-14AW2

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11. REPLACEMENT PART LIST
CAUTION : BEFORE REPLACING ANY OFTHESE COMPONENTS. READ CAREFULLY THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL NOTE : S(SAFETY PARTS), AL(ALTERNATIVE PARTS)
No. *001 PART NAME MANUAL ASSEMBLY, OWNERS PART No. APPLIED MODEL SPEC&COLOR Q'ty

3829ED3001Z LD-4050W 3829ED3003H LD-14AT2 3929ED3003A LD-14AW2

*002

BOX, CARTON

3890EZ3314A LD-4050W 3890EZ3314A LD-14AT2 3890EZ3314A LD-14AW2

*003

MANUAL, SERVICE

3828ED3001L 3301ER1001F LD-4050W, LD-14AW2 3301ER1001C LD-14AT2 4866ED2003A 3112FD1079R LD-4050W, LD-14AW2 3112FD1079U LD-14AT2 3112FD1025R LD-4050W, LD-14AW2 3112FD1025U LD-14AT2 3040ED1001A 3550ED1001A LD-4050W, LD-14AW2 3550ED1001C LD-14AT2 5249FD1168C 5249ED1003A 4975ED2003A 3750FD2036C 3750ED2002C 5005ED2003B 6877ED1011B LD-4050W 6877ED1011D LD-14AT2 6877ED1011C LD-14AW2

English WHITE WARM SILVER 1 WHITE PURPLE GRAY WHITE PURPLE GRAY 1 WHITE PURPLE SILVER STAINLESS DARK GRAY DARK GRAY DARK GRAY DARK GRAY DARK GRAY 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

A001 TOP PLATE ASSEMBLY A002 BLANCE WEIGHT A010 CABINET A020 CABINET A030 BASE, CABINET A040 COVER, LOWER A050 NOZZLE ASSEMBLY(LOWER) A060 NOZZLE ASSEMBLY(UPPER) A070 GUIDE ASSEMBLY(UPPER) A080 RACK(CUP RACK) A090 RACK(KNIFE RACK) A110 BASKET ASSEMBLY, SPOON A120 HARNESS, PWB

A130 HOSE ASSEMBLY, DRAIN A140 RACK ASSEMBLY(LOWER) A150 RACK ASSEMBLY(UPPER)

5215ED3001B 3751ED1001J LD-4050W, LD-14AT2 3751ED1001H LD-14AW2 3751ED1002D LD-4050W, LD-14AT2 3751ED1002E LD-14AW2 DARK GRAY DARK GRAY DARK GRAY DARK GRAY

1 1 1

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No.

PART NAME

PART No.

APPLIED MODEL

SPEC&COLOR

Q'ty 1 1

A155 GUIDE ASSEMBLY(RIGHT) A156 GUIDE ASSEMBLY(LEFT) A160 FILTER ASSEMBLY(CIRC) A276 HOSE ASSEMBLY, INLET F011 SPRING, HINGE F021 RELAY F022 SENSOR ASSEMBLY F040 GUIDE ASSEMBLY F050 NUT, DRAWING F060 GASKET F113 ROLLER F132 TUB GASKET F174 BRACKET ASSEMBLY F181 ROLLER F191 GUIDE ASSEMBLY K001 DISPENSER K002 BRACKET ASSEMBLY K003 PACKING K010 COVER, FRONT K110 BLOWER ASSEMBLY

4975ED2002C LD-4050W, LD-14AT2 4975ED2002D LD-4050W, LD-14AT2 6201EC1004F 3W40102H 4970ED4004C HINGE ROPE 6921ED3001A LD-14AT2, LD-14AW2 6501ED4001B 4975ED1003C 4020ED3641C 4986FD3643A 4580FD3087C 3920FD3079C 4811FD3667A 4580ED3001A 4975ED1002A 4924FD2123D LD-4050W 4924FD2123C LD-14AT2, LD-14AW2 4810FD3805A 3940FD4149A 3122FD1049K LD-4050W, LD-14AW2 3122FD1049N LD-14AT2 5835ED2001B LD-4050W 5835ED2001A LD-14AT2 5835FD2111C LD-14AW2 WHITE STAINLESS AIR MIXING AIR MIXING RUBBER, BLACK INNER COVER OUT COVER HINGE ROLLER WATER GUIDE DARK GRAY DARK GRAY AIR GUIDE AIR GUIDE NUT AIR GUIDE GASKET NOISE FILTER

1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 8 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 1

F013 CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY(MECH) 4933ED3002A

K121 BLOWER, IMPELLER(GASKET) K122 BLOWER, IMPELLER(PLASTIC) K124 CONNECTOR(MECH), BLOWER K201 BUTTON, CONTROL

5834FD3095A 5834FD3101A 4932ED3002B LD-4050W 4932ED3001B LD-14AT2 5020ED3002A LD-4050W 5020ED1001B LD-14AT2 5020ED1001A LD-14AW2

1 1 1 1

K123 BLOWER, IMPELLER(STAINLESS) 5834FD3100A

WHITE WARM SILVER WHITE WARM SILVER

1

K202 DECO, PANEL

3806ED1001D LD-14AT2

1

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No.

PART NAME

PART No.

APPLIED MODEL

SPEC&COLOR WHITE

Q'ty

3806ED1001C LD-14AW2 K203 WINDOW K204 DECO, KNOB K205 SPONGE K208 PANEL, CONTROL 3790ED1001B LD-14AT2 3790ED1001A LD-14AW2 3806ED3002A LD-4050W 3806ED2001B LD-14AT2, LD-14AW2 3940FD4174D LD-4050W 3940FD4174C LD-14AT2, LD-14AW2 3720ED1002L LD-4050W 3720ED1001F LD-14AT2 3720ED1001B LD-14AW2 K209 POWER SWITCH KNOB(BUTTON) 5020ED3003A LD-4050W 4940ED2002B LD-14AT2 4940ED2002B LD-14AW2 K211 KNOB ASSEMBLY K230 PLATE, CONTROL 4941ED3001A LD-4050W 3300ED3004N LD-4050W 3300ED3001V LD-14AT2 3300ED3001U LD-14AW2 K250 PEB(PCB) ASSEMBLY, MAIN K251 PEB(PCB) ASSEMBLY, MAIN K252 PEB(PCB) ASSEMBLY, DISPLAY K260 LATCH ASSEMBLY 6871EC1095A LD-14AT2, LD-14AW2 6871EC1100B LD-4050W 6871EC2031A LD-4050W 4027FD3621K LD-4050W 4027FD3621H LD-14AT2 4027FD3621F LD-14AW2 K262 LATCH, HANDLE 4026ED3002A LD-4050W 4026ED3001B LD-14AT2 4026ED3001A LD-14AW2 M001 HOLDER(NOZZLE HOLDER) M002 DAMPER(W, PUMP) M005 SUMP GASKET M006 SUMP ASSEMBLY M008 DAMPER M018 GASKET M023 DAMPER M024 COVER, GUIDE 4930ED2003A 4900ED4003A 4986ED3005A 3485ED1001E 4900ED3001A 4986ED3001A 4900ED4002A 3550ED3009A

1 1 SILVER 1 WHITE, ENGLISH WARM SILVER WHITE WHITE SILVER SILVER ROTARY KNOB WHITE BLACK SILVER 1 1 1 WHITE GRAY WHITE WHITE GRAY WHITE DARK GRAY SUMP 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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No.

PART NAME

PART No. 5220ED3001A 4681ED3001A 3W40025C 4430ED4001A 4930ED3011A 4681EA2001A 5859ED1001A 4810ED3003A 5231ED2001A

APPLIED MODEL

SPEC&COLOR

Q'ty 1

M025 VALVE, CHECK M026 MOTOR ASSEMBLY, WM M027 SWITCH, MICRO M028 CAM, SWITCH M029 SUMP HOLDER M051 MOTOR ASSEMBLY, PUMP M060 PUMP ASSEMBLY, WASHING M062 BRACKET, MOTOR M070 FILTER ASSEMBLY, STAINLESS M080 CASE ASSEMBLY M083 THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY M086 SWITCH, MICRO M087 SENSOR ASSEMBLY M210 VALVE ASSEMBLY, INLET M230 POWER CORD M260 BASE, CABINET M270 LEG

SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR

1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4

3111ED2002C LD-4050W 3111ED2002F LD-14AT2, LD-14AW2 6322FD3671A 3W40025B 6501ED2002A LD-4050W 5221ED1002A 6410FA3406X 3040ED1002A 4778ED3001A

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