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Sorry but this forum does not supply any type of manual or schematic diagram direct; it's just made up of ordinary guys and gals, probably at home and from all over the world, with experience of addressing problems and giving guidance for free on the web ;-0)
If you haven't done already you will need to type into your search engine/web browser '(make) washer technical manual' and you may be presented with a source from which you can either download for free or have to pay a nominal amount. During the process you will be asked for the actual model number!
May I also suggest you try the manufacturer's web site direct? You may find, however, that if it has one it will supply only to service engineers but good luck anyway.
Your unit is pulling too much power which is popping the circuit breaker. Either the compressor motor or Fan motor has a problem and you need a pro here. Drawing excessive electrical current is not good and you can do even more damage to your unit by continuing to try and run it!
The power supply is detecting a fault. You are probably correct thinking it has the wrong pinout.
Before you pull it apart, consider returning it to the seller if it was sold with incorrect information.
If you disassemble anything, your refund/replacement and warrantee will be voided.