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24” Front Load Washer⎯Technical Information

MAH2400A*

• Due to possibility of personal injury or property damage, always contact an authorized technician for servicing or
repair of this unit.
• Refer to Service Manual 16023430 for detailed installation, operating, testing, troubleshooting, and disassembly
instructions.

! CAUTION
All safety information must be followed as provided in Service Manual 16023430.

! WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to washer before servicing, unless
testing requires power.

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Will Not Start • Perform Board Output Test.
• Plug cord into live electrical outlet. Check for • Check for loose connections at machine
proper voltage. control board, pressure switch, motor, tach
• Check fuse or reset circuit breaker. harness and motor control.
• Push the START/PAUSE button to start the • Check motor windings resistance. (Pins 8 & 9
clothes washer. = 3.6 ohms, pins 1 & 10 = 1.1 ohms, Pins 5 &
• Close door and push the START/PAUSE 10 = 1.1 ohms)
button to start the clothes washer. • Check belt.
START/PAUSE LED should change from • Washer with heat option does not tumble
flashing to on continuously. while heating. (Export washers only)
• Check to see if the washer in a pause or soak
period in the cycle. Wait briefly and it may Will Not Spin
start. • Check to make sure the door is fully closed.
• Check for restricted drain system. • Check for water left inside the washer. If
• Check the line filter connection terminals for present, see Will Not Drain.
good connections. • Perform Board Output Test. Will washer
• Check the machine control board terminal spin? Possible unbalanced load scenario
connections AC1-CN7 (Pin 2) White to AC2- previously.
CN5 Black for good connections. • Check for loose connections at machine
• Check for stuck buttons on console, pushing control board, pressure switch, motor, tach
in on board tact switches. Readjust buttons harness and motor control.
on inside of console. • Check belt.
• Replace console control board.
No Water Fill
Leaking • Test water fill. Perform Board Output Test.
• Make sure inlet hose connections are not • Check to make sure water supply is turned on
leaking. Check for rubber gasket damage due fully.
to over-tightening. • With no clothes in washer normal water level
• Check standpipe for leak. Wrap a dry rag is between the 4th and 5th hole on the spinner
around the standpipe opening. If rag becomes back wall.
wet, leak is fault of home plumbing. Be sure • Check electrical circuit and connections at the
the standpipe is capable of accepting the flow water valve, and pressure switch.
of water from the washer. • Check for kinks in inlet hoses.
• Make sure end of drain hose is correctly • Check for clogged inlet screens.
inserted and secured to drain standpipe. • Visually check hot and cold separately for fill.
• Check internal hose connections (fill, drain • Check for low water pressure. May be
systems, dispenser hoses & clamps). dependent on pressure entering home.
• Check rubber boot. Remove, reposition and Variations may occur due to usage in the
reinstall, if necessary. home at the time machine is used.
• Check for possible kinked dispenser to outer • Check for frozen pipes and hoses.
tub hose. Hot water pressurization may force • Check resistance of water valve coils. (normal
door open. 1.18K ohms; CN3 connector – Cold (BU) –
Bleach (OR) – Hot (RD)
No Tumble • Check for loose connections at the pressure
• Start normal cycle with an empty machine and switch or on the machine control board,
allow a fill to check tumble. connector 5P.
• Fabric cycles such as NORMAL,
DELICATES, HAND WASH, & WRINKLE Tub Full of Suds
CONTROL only tumble periodically, every 60
• Check for restricted drain system. See Will
seconds.
Not Drain and Will Not Spin.
• Washer does not tumble during most fills or
• Check for loose wire connections at control
during presoak.
board and pump.
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• Perform Board Output Test. • Check that the machine control correctly
• Use high efficiency or low sudsing detergent senses the water level in the washer. See
specially formulated for front load washers. Board Input Test.
• Reduce detergent amount for that specific • Go to Board Output Test and perform Pump
load size and soil level. Towel loads have a Out Test.
minimal amount of soil present and typically • Check the machine control board connections
create more suds. at CN3 (Pin 1) for the pump. Should see 110-
• Check to see if belt is off motor and pulley. 120VAC.
• Run the clothes washer through another • Check tub to pump hose for twist in hose.
complete cycle using the coldest water,
tablespoon of salt and no detergent. Wrong Water Temperature
Wet Clothes • Check that both faucets are turned on fully.
• Very small clothes loads can cause • Make sure water heater is set to deliver a
unbalanced loads. Add additional towels. minimum of 120°F (49°C) hot water at the
• Excessive suds may have been present, due tap. Also check water heater capacity and
to not using High-Efficiency detergent. recovery rate.
Reduce amount of detergent usage. • If the water heater is located a long distance
• See Will Not Spin. from washer, the water line may need to be
• Low Spin Speed was selected. purged prior to starting wash cycle.
• Too Hot/Too Cold: This washer uses a
Will Not Lock reduced amount of water, while the control
• Door not all the way closed or not properly board meters the incoming flow to regulate
aligned. Possible laundry load is too large to the actual temperature of the water in the tub.
close door. This may appear to be significantly
warmer/cooler than expected.
• Place washer into Service Mode and check
for diagnostic codes 4 &18. • Make sure the temperature selection is
correct.
• Perform Board Output Test. Check door
lock system. • Disconnect inlet hoses from the Water Valve
and clean the valve screens of any debris.
• Check electrical connections at lock switch
assembly and machine control board (CN2).
Noisy and/or Vibration/Walking
Will Not Unlock • Check if the washer was properly leveled and
• Push door closed to make sure nothing from the locking nuts are securely tightened up
inside is pressing against it, which may keep it against the base frame of the washer.
from unlocking. • Check and determine all five of the shipping
• Display shows LO. Press Off, Start/Pause or bolts and spacers have been fully removed
unplug washer. Door will unlock after 3 from the rear panel of the washer.
minutes. • Check for proper load size and distribution. If
• Door locked from water level too high. clothes load is too small, add a few towels to
Opening door will result in water draining from balance the clothes load better.
door opening. • Check the tightness of the rear pulley bolt.
• Place washer into Service Mode. Tighten if necessary.
• Perform Board Output Test. Check door • Clean floor and bottom side of washer feet.
lock system for loose connections.
Rubber Feet Leaving Marks on Floor
Will Not Drain • Use a pencil eraser to remove mark.
• Check for restricted drain system. • Walk washer into location, do not drag.
• In cold climates check for frozen drain hose.
• Check for 120 VAC at the pump when a spin Additive Cups Full of Water
cycle is selected. • Small amount of water in bottom of additive
• Check pump motor winding resistance. (14.2 cups is normal.
ohms) • Remove and wash Dispenser Tray,
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removable Cup, and Rinse Cap. While in Service Mode, the technician can cancel the
• Level washer. current cycle, set a continuous running mode, start a
Buttons do not Respond variety of special service tests and view diagnostic
• Options cannot be changed while cycle is displays.
running. Press Start/Pause once to pause
cycle while making selections. Press Enter / Exit Service Mode
Start/Pause again to restart washer. To enter Service Mode press the Spin and
• Child Lock feature has been selected. To Temperature keys for three seconds or until the
disable feature press and hold Chime and control beeps.
Delay Start simultaneously until a beep is NOTE: The washer must be on before Service Mode
heard. can be entered.
• When display shows "End", only the Power The motor speed will be displayed when started
Off button will function. Press Power Off and (motor not running display will be 0). The present
make new cycle selections. state of the machine will not be changed (i.e., the
current cycle in progress will not be interrupted and
Consumer Information Codes only the display will change). All LED’s will be turned
If the consumer observes codes on display, see table off except the “Door Lock” LED. It will continue to
below. display the condition of the door lock.
LED Description
Display To exit: 1) Press Spin and Temperature keys for 3
seconds again, or 2) press Off, or 3) unplug the
Distribute Clothes: The load is machine. Pressing the Start/Pause button while
unbalanced, preventing high-speed running a test will pause the individual test, while
dc
spin. Redistribute clothes. See remaining in Service Mode.
Diagnostic Code 10
The following table summarizes special tests and
No Drain: The machine has tried to features available in Service Mode, along with
nd drain. methods of activation and cancellation.
Open the Door: The door has not
od been opened for the last three Access Service Tests and Diagnostic Features
completed cycles. while in Service Mode.
No fill: the machine has tried to fill. Test or Display
nF See No Water Fill. Press LED to Press LED to
Latch Unlocked: Close door tightly Start Cancel
dL
to enable locking. Quick Spin Press Delay Press Delay
Test Start and start and
LE Water fill error. Go to fill test Temperature Temperature
Press Off (exits
Sump thermistor failure. Check for Service Mode)
tE loose wires. Replace sump
Hold Quick Press Start Press Delay
thermistor.
Spin Step Pause (during Start and
Drive system is not working (holds test) Temperature
correctly. Bad windings, speed predefined (cancels hold &
3E
sensor, wiring connections, or RPM) resumes next
Control Board. step)
Fast Press Spin to Press Spin
Service Mode Time- start test. Press
Down / Start/Pause
Service Mode enables service personnel to verify the Advance during cycle to
operation of the washing machine and diagnose to Next advance.
problems. Service Mode can be entered in the middle Step
of any wash cycle without interrupting the cycle.

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Test or Display Test or Display


Press LED to Press LED to Press LED to Press LED to
Start Cancel Start Cancel

 Quick
Service
Press
Temperature
Press Off (also
exits Service
Cycle Count
No. for
Press and hold
Start/Pause in
Release
Start/Pause
Cycle and Soil Level Mode) Diagnostic center of cycle (returns to
Hold Quick Press Delay Press Delay Code selector knob, diagnostic code
while diagnostic display)
Service Cycle Start and Start and
code is
Step Chime together Chime to
displayed
resume
Clear All Press Delay
Press Delay Press Off twice
after starting Diagnostic Start + Soil
Start (then
individual test Codes Level together
LED/Switch
while displaying
Test buttons to test)
diagnostic
Rotate Cycle
codes
Selector
clockwise, the Display Press Soil Press Soil
LED’s around it Software Level. Press 2 Level a 3rd time
will be toggled. Version times for
Rotate counter displays with
clockwise, the only 2 character
7-segment positions.
LED’s toggle. Cycle Count Press Extra
Press Rinse
Start/Pause
button inside
Quick Spin Test
the “Rotary
While in Service Mode, press Delay Start
Cycle Selector,
and Temperature keys to start a Quick
all of the LED’s
Spin Test.
around the
Quick Spin test steps are as follows:
Rotary Cycle
1) Lock the door.
Selector will be
2) Spin clockwise and stop.
toggled.
3) Spin counterclockwise and stop.
Board Press Press 4) Spin counterclockwise, start Drain Pump and spin
IN
Input Temperature Temperature to maximum RPM. Hold for 25 seconds.
Test 5) Coast down, stop and turn off Drain Pump.
Board Press Press 6) Unlock Door after 60 seconds. Beeps once.
Output Temperature Temperature
Test / and Extra and Extra Hold Quick Spin Step
System Check Rinse Rinse If the Start Pause key is pressed during the
Quick Spin test, the machine will hold at the
Press Chime – Press Chime current speed for up to 10 minutes. At the
st
1 code again end of 10 minutes, the machine will resume
Diagnostic displays and finish the Quick Spin test. To cancel the
Code Display Hold and allow the Spin Test to continue,
(Initial) press the Delay Start and Temperature
All Diagnostic Rotate Cycle N/A keys.
Codes Selector either
direction

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Fast Time Down Test Service Mode at the end of the 10 second period.
While any test or cycle is running in 9. Unlock the door when the RPM is zero.
Service Mode, pressing the Spin key will
start the fast time down test. Pressing The “SC” in the display will blink as an indication of
the Start/Pause will advance the failure, and continue blinking until the quick service
program to the next cycle stage. cycle test has reached the end. Any diagnostic code
logged during this test will result in failure of the test,
Cycle stages are located at key locations in the but will not necessarily stop the test.
machine operation. As the program is advanced it
will index as follows: The end of each fill (the During the Quick Service Cycle, pressing the Chime
same as the beginning of a tumble session for key will advance to the next step. Pressing the Delay
Wash, or Rinse); at the beginning of a drain Start and Chime keys will suspend the machine at
session; at the beginning of a spin session (at this the current step for up to 30 minutes or until Delay
position, check the water level, if over reset level, Start and Chime are pressed again. All LEDs should
drain first before entering the spin function); at the flash on and off while the system is suspended or on
beginning of a fill session; at the beginning of hold.
Bleach fill; at the beginning of Fabric Softener fill;
and every 3 minutes during the tumble sessions LED/Switch Test
(Wash, and Rinses). While in Service Mode, press and hold
the Delay Start key to start a LED/Switch check. All


Quick Service Cycle the LEDs can be toggled or slewed by pressing the
While in Service Mode, pressing the key associated with the LED or set of LEDs. Each
Temperature and Soil Level key for 3 time the Rotary Cycle Selector is rotated clockwise,
seconds will start a Quick Service Cycle. the LED’s around it will be toggled in a clockwise
This will be a quick check of all systems. If display motion. If the Rotary Cycle Selector is rotated
shows od then open and close door. Pressing Chime counter clockwise, the 7-segment LED’s toggle. If the
will advance to the next cycle. Start/Pause button inside the Rotary Cycle Selector is
The following steps are performed: Display shows pressed, all of the LED’s around the Rotary Cycle
“sc”. Selector will be toggled.
1. Lock door and pump starts. All keys (including the OFF button) must be pressed
2. Hot water for 5 seconds and then turn off. within 5 minutes for this test to pass. “PA” will be
3. Cold water for 5 seconds and then turn off. displayed for five (5) seconds once all keys have been
4. Bleach valve for 5 seconds and then turn off. pressed and the test is completed. Following 20
5. Dispense softener using cold water and bleach seconds of inactivity at any point, this test will exit
water for 5 seconds and then turn off. without any display. The Power Off switch pad must
6. Turn on Hot and Cold valves until the control be pressed twice within 30 seconds to cancel this test.
detects proper water level. During this time,
tumble at 45 rpm for 5 seconds in a clockwise
direction, pause for 2 seconds, tumble at 45 rpm Switch Action
for 5 seconds in a counterclockwise direction, Delay Start Press once
pause for 2 seconds. Continue pattern until the Chime Press once
water level is detected. Minimum time for this Extra Rinse Press once
segment to be 5 seconds. After water height is Soil Level Press 4 times
achieved, continue tumble pattern for another 14 Spin Press 5 times
seconds. If the washer is equipped, turn on heater Temperature Press 6 times
for first 5 seconds of this tumble pattern. Advance Selector Knob Rotate 1 full revolution clockwise
the washer to next step if water is not connected Selector Knob 1 position counterclockwise
to machine. Start Pause Press once
7. Drain and spin to maximum speed. Machine will Power Off Press once
achieve maximum speed using the safest, fastest
method
8. Display a “PA” (Passed) continuously for 5 Board Input Test
seconds if no diagnostic codes were logged IN While in Service Mode, pressing the
during the test. Washer will return to the normal Temperature key will begin the Board
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Input Test. This test turns on a specified output after


a key press. Pressing the Temperature key again Selection Component Function
cancels the test. (Display shows in).
Rotary Cycle Selector Off To On
Set To Heavy Duty Main Relay or
While in Service Mode follow chart to check Press Start Pause On To Off
respective function.
Rotary Cycle Selector Valve On
Hot Water 2nd Press
Selection Function Display Set To Normal
Valve Valve Off
Press Start Pause
Rotary Cycle Selector Rotary Cycle Selector Valve On
Set To Normal Lock State UL or LO Set To Wrinkle Control Cold Water 2nd Press
Press Start Pause Press Start Pause Valve Valve Off
Rotary Cycle Selector Rotary Cycle Selector Valve On
Set To Wrinkle Control High Water Bleach Valve
Set To Delicates 2nd Press
Press Start Pause Level
Press Start Pause Valve Off

Rotary Cycle Selector Rotary Cycle Selector Pump On


Set To Colors Low Water Set To Quick Wash Drain Pump 2nd Press
Press Start Pause Level Press Start Pause Pump Off
Motor On
Rotary Cycle Selector
Set To Hand Wash *Tub Balance Press Delay Start Motor * 2nd Press
Press Start Pause Motor Off

Press Chime Door Lock 1 Attempt To Unlock


Press Delay Start Water
Degrees F
Temperature
Press Temperature Door Lock Lock Door
Rotary Cycle Selector Bleach Valve
Set To Delicates Water Fabric Softener Fill
Degrees C Extra Rinse and
Press Start Pause Temperature 2nd Press Valves Off
Cold Water Valve

* Machine must be running to perform test. UO will be


*Note: Function may not occur for up to 20 seconds.
displayed during the time when the machine is
correcting for the unbalance; e.g. slowing down to The “Delay Start” LED is on. When activated,
redistribute the load or to get to a lower spin speed. the machine will tumble for 5 seconds in the
Once the situation has been corrected (i.e. the load CW direction, pause for 2 seconds, tumble in
has begun tumbling or the lower speed has resulted in the CCW direction for 5 seconds, pause for 2
seconds; repeating this pattern until the Delay
an acceptable amount of unbalance) UC will be
Start button is pressed again. All tumble
displayed again.
speeds are 45 rpm.
Board Output Test
Display Diagnostic Codes
While in Service Mode, pressing the
The diagnostic code display can be
Temperature and Extra Rinse key will begin
toggled on and off from Service Mode
the Board Output Test. This test turns on a
by pressing the Chime key and
specified output after a key press. (Pressing the
rotating the cycle select knob. The
Temperature and Extra Rinse key again cancels the
display will show a “d”.
test.) Only one output can be “on” at any time. All outputs
will be turned off after five (5) minutes of inactivity.
Rotating the Cycle Selector knob in either direction will
While in Service Mode follow chart to check
cycle through the list of codes one code at a time with
respective function.
no wrap. Once an initial direction is selected by the
user (either Clockwise or Counterclockwise),
subsequent movements of the knob in the same
direction will show older codes. If the user changes
direction and turns the knob in the opposite direction,
the more recent code will be displayed. If rotation is
continued to the limits of the list, the display will
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remain at the top or the end of the list. A pair of Diag. Description Trigger Action to be
dashes “- - ” will be displayed at the end of the list of Code taken
diagnostic codes. If the user navigates up the list of Input signal
codes, when the control reaches the top, it will again from water
show “d”. level Sensor
is out of Displays "LE"
Water level
A code generated during the current cycle will be 8 range, Go to “No water fill
sensor fault.
displayed with the Spin Indicator LED turned “ON”. If Washer will Troubleshooting”.
no cycle is currently running, a code generated during beep and
the previous cycle will be displayed with the Spin pause the
Indicator LED turned “ON”. wash cycle.

Cycle Count Since A Diagnostic Code 9 Not Used


Occured/Clearing Diagnostic Codes
While a diagnostic code is displayed, if the Start Never
Pause button on the rotary cycle selector knob is Unbalance exceeded 400
pressed and held, the machine will display the number detected rpm due to an
of cycles since the diagnostic code occurred. To clear during final unbalanced LED – Will display
the diagnostic list press the Delay Start and Soil spin, which load. If “dc”
Level keys for 3 seconds while viewing the list. 10 prevented detected, Go to "Machine
the spinner washer will Control Board
from pause and Output Test"
Diagnostic Codes exceeding alert user to
Diag. Description Trigger Action to be 400 rpm redistribute
the load.
Code taken
The water Go to "Clear
level fails to diagnostic codes"
drop below Displays "nd" Disconnect and
the Low Go to "Will Not reconnect the
Will not
1 No Drain Water level Difficulty in washer power cord
Drain" remember
reset within 11 reading at power supply
Troubleshooting machine
15 minutes, memory outlet.
Section settings
before a spin If condition still
begins. exists, replace
machine control
Not Used board.
2

Displays "nF" 12-17 Not Used


Continuous fill
Go to "No Water
of 12 minutes.
3 No Fill Fill" Check for loose
Total fill of 20
minutes. Troubleshooting wire connections
Section Clear the diagnostic
Detected code and recheck;
Not Used door lock Open door if reoccurs, perform
4-7
switch open lock switch Diagnostic
18
during cycle with motor Motor/Machine
when not running. Control Board test
expected. Check for faulty
motor relay on the
machine control
board.

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Diag. Description Trigger Action to be Diag. Description Trigger Action to be


Code taken Code taken
Water level in Abnormal Displays " tE".
Sump
the machine high/low temp - Loose or pinched
thermistor
is believed to 29 or ohm wires
failure
be above the resistance - Bad sump
(Optional)
overflow level. seen thermistor
When this
condition is First check to see 30-39 Not Used
Water detected, the that water valve is
E sensor level machine will not stuck. If water Displays "3E".
fault. automatically valve is OK, check Motor speed Check the motor
begin water level sensor indicator windings, the speed
3E Motor failure
pumping error. Motor sensor, wiring
water out of won't turn. connections, or
the machine Control Board.
until it falls
below the 40-92 Not Used
overflow level.
Exit Service Mode
To exit: 1) Press Spin and Temperature keys for 3
19-24 Not Used seconds again, or 2) press Off, or 3) unplug the
machine. After five (5) minutes of inactivity (user key
Tach signal presses) in Service Mode, the machine will exit the
exists without Service Mode and resume normal operations.
Motor tach torque Pressing the Off key will completely exit Service
signal exists commanded Displays " bE". Mode. If a cycle is running, cancel the cycle. Pressing
25 without or when not Replace motor the Start/Pause key while running a test will pause
motor expected control board. the individual test, while remaining in Service Mode. A
running. (Abnormal power loss during Service Mode will cancel this mode.
condition
only).

26-28 Not Used

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Component Diagnostics
NOTE: For ohm checks unplug harness connector on console and test from wire insertion side of the harness
connectors.
Main

DRAIN PUMP 5 4 3 2 1
Tub Sump
1 2
Thermistor/
Pressure SW
CN4

4 3 2 1 Yellow wire Pin 3 on CN4 to Pink


CN3 wire Pin 4 (5V+DC or approx 12,000 ohms)

Blue wire Pin 2 on CN6 to Gray wire Pin 1 on CN3 120V


or approx 16 ohms

WATER VALVE
2

4 3 2 1 1

CN3
MAIN
(Hot Valve) Red wire Pin 4 on CN3 to White wire Pin 1 on Main. Approx 11,000 ohms or 120 volts.

(Bleach Valve) Orange wire Pin 3 on CN3 to Whitewire Pin 1 on Main. Approx 11,000 or 120 volts.

(Cold Valve) Blue wire Pin 2 on CN3 to White wire Pin 1 on Main. Approx 11,000 ohms or 120 volts.

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Motor windings

6 5 4

3 2 1

CN1

(CN1) Unplug connector and test Resistance.


Rotor Orange Pin 1 to Gray Pin 3 = approx 2.5 ohms); 1 3
2 4 5
67
Stator Yellow Pin 5 to Violet Pin 4 = approx 1 ohms), 8 9
10
Stator Yellow Pin 5 to Blue Pin 6 = approx 1 ohms)
Cycle Chart
Wash Rinse 1 Rinse 2 Spin
Total
Cycle Temp Loose Sub Midterm Loose/Anti- Sub Midterm Loose/Anti- Sub Final Sub
Drain Fill/Tumble Soak Wash Drain Fill/Tumble Rinse Drain Fill/Tumble Rinse Drain Loose (minutes)
/Cool Total Spin suds Fill Total Spin suds Fill Total Spin Total
W/C (1) (2) 3 34 1 41 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (6) (1) 8 71
Heavy Duty W/W (1) (2) 3 34 1 41 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (6) (1) 8 71
H/C(N) (1) (2) 3 34 1 41 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (6) (1) 8 71
C/C(N) (1) (2) 3 18 1 25 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (6) (1) 8 55
C/C (1) (2) 3 18 1 25 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (6) (1) 8 55
Normal W/C (1) (2) 3 18 1 25 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (6) (1) 8 55
W/W (1) (2) 3 18 1 25 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (6) (1) 8 55
H/C(N) (1) (2) 3 18 1 25 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (6) (1) 8 55
C/C(N) (1) (2) 3 16 1 23 (1) - (2) 4 2 7 (1) - (2) 4 2 7 (1) (6) (1) 8 45
C/C (1) (2) 3 16 1 23 (1) - (2) 4 2 7 (1) - (2) 4 2 7 (1) (6) (1) 8 45
Wrinkle
W/C (1) (2) 3 16 1 23 (1) - (2) 4 2 7 (1) - (2) 4 2 7 (1) (6) (1) 8 45
Control
W/W (1) (2) 3 16 1 23 (1) - (2) 4 2 7 (1) - (2) 4 2 7 (1) (6) (1) 8 45
H/C(N) (1) (2) 3 16 1 23 (1) - (2) 4 2 7 (1) - (2) 4 2 7 (1) (6) (1) 8 45
C/C(N) (1) (2) 3 16 1 23 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (6) (1) 8 53
C/C (1) (2) 3 16 1 23 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (6) (1) 8 53
Colors W/C (1) (2) 3 16 1 23 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (6) (1) 8 53
W/W (1) (2) 3 16 1 23 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (6) (1) 8 53
H/C(N) (1) (2) 3 16 1 23 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (4) (2) 4 2 11 (1) (6) (1) 8 53
C/C(N) (1) (2) - 10 - 13 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (6) (1) 8 45
C/C (1) (2) - 10 - 13 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (6) (1) 8 45
Delicate
W/C (1) (2) - 10 - 13 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (6) (1) 8 45
W/W (1) (2) - 10 - 13 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (6) (1) 8 45
C/C(N) (1) (2) - 8 - 11 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (6) (1) 8 43
C/C (1) (2) - 8 - 11 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (6) (1) 8 43
Handwash
W/C (1) (2) - 8 - 11 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (6) (1) 8 43
W/W (1) (2) - 8 - 11 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (4) (2) 5 2 12 (1) (6) (1) 8 43
C/C(N) (1) (2) 3 4 1 11 (1) - (2) 2 2 5 (1) - (2) 2 2 5 (1) (6) (1) 8 29
C/C (1) (2) 3 4 1 11 (1) - (2) 2 2 5 (1) - (2) 2 2 5 (1) (6) (1) 8 29
Quick Wash W/C (1) (2) 3 4 1 11 (1) - (2) 2 2 5 (1) - (2) 2 2 5 (1) (6) (1) 8 29
W/W (1) (2) 3 4 1 11 (1) - (2) 2 2 5 (1) - (2) 2 2 5 (1) (6) (1) 8 29
H/C(N) (1) (2) 3 4 1 11 (1) - (2) 2 2 5 (1) - (2) 2 2 5 (1) (6) (1) 8 29
Drain - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (1) - - 1 1
Spin - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (1) (6) (1) 8 8
C/C(N) - - - - - (1) - (2) 4 2 7 - - - - - (1) (6) (1) 8 15
C/C - - - - - (1) - (2) 4 2 7 - - - - - (1) (6) (1) 8 15
Rinse & Spin W/C - - - - - (1) - (2) 4 2 7 - - - - - (1) (6) (1) 8 15
W/W - - - - - (1) - (2) 4 2 7 - - - - - (1) (6) (1) 8 15
H/C(N) - - - - - (1) - (2) 4 2 7 - - - - - (1) (6) (1) 8 15

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