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LAVASTOVIGLIE ARISTON - Istruzioni per linstallazione e luso 11
Quick guide to your dishwasher
This manual explains pleasantly all your new electric household appliancehastooffer.Inaddition,youwilldiscoveraworldofuseful hints and handy tips to help you get a better wash from your dishwasherandtomakeitlastlonger.
1. Installation and moving (p. 19)
Installation, after delivery or your moving house, is the most important procedure for the correct operation of your dishwasher. Always check: 1. That the electricity system is in accordance with norms; 2. That the water inlet and outlet hoses are connected correctly; 3. That the dishwasher is level on the ground. It is worth it: for the longer life span and the correct operation of your dishwasher.
Control panel at your orders (p.13)
Learn to get to know the parts which make up your dishwasher, you will use it better for it. This is where you will find the description of the controls and the internal parts.
3. How to load your dishes (p.14)
This page includes useful tips to help you load your dishwasher correctly and make the most of all the available space.
4. How to start your dishwasher (p. 15)
After loading the dishes, you need to select the right wash cycle and measure out the correct dose of detergent and rinse aid. Reading these pages will help you through all the wash phases.
Safety for you and your family (p.20)
5. Salt: an important ally (p. 18)
Using the right salt and in the right quantity will help you maintain your dishwasher in top condition, to wash better and to avoid possible damage caused by limescale.
Advice and suggestions to help you make savings as well (p. 18)
Read this chapter carefully, as it will provide you with useful information on installation, use and maintenance safety. To avoid nasty surprises.
9. Special care and maintenance (p.21)
Once in a while, once a month, spend a little time on the filter assembly and the sprayer arms. This is where you can learn how.
10. Keeping your dishwasher in shape (p.21)
Respect the few rules you will find here, and the result will be an enduring top-shape dishwasher.
This is where you will find small tips on how to wash your dishes better and to help make savings by selecting a wash cycle which best suits the type of load.
7. Troubleshooting (p.20)
Before calling the technician, have a look here: a lot of problems can have an immediate solution. If you can't manage to solve it yourself, then call the Ariston helpline and any problem will be solved as quickly as possible.
Technical characteristics (p. 13) All your appliance's technical data, in accordance with norms and regulations as always. Ariston is still with you after purchase (p.22) Ariston supports its products by means of after-sales services and assistance, offering you special guarantees, professional assistance as well as quality spare parts and accessories. To find out more, call the Ariston Freefone Number.
12 ARISTON DISHWASHER - Instructions for installation and use
Let's open up your dishwasher together
Learn to get to know the parts which make up your dishwasher, you will use it better for it.
E. Upper rack F. Top sprayer arm G. Rack height adjuster H. Lower rack I. Bottom sprayer arm J. Salt container cap K. Washing filter L. Detergent and rinse aid dispenser
How is it made?
Control panel at your orders
A. ON-OFF Button Press this button to turn the appliance on. B. ON-OFF Indicator light Indicates that the appliance is turned on C. Door opening handle Use this handle to open the dishwasher door. D. Cycle selection knob Use this knob to select a wash cycle. E. Extra drying button Press this button for greater drying G. Cycle phase indicator lights pre-wash, wash, rinses, drying. R. Start/Reset Button With Start, the wash cycle begins, whereas all the settings are cleared with Reset. S. Low salt indicator light This light warns you that it is time to add more salt. T. Low rinse aid indicator light This light warns you that it is time to add more rinse aid.
Technical characteristics Width Depth Height Capacity Mains water pressure Power voltage Total absorber power Fuse cm. 59,5 cm. 57 cm. standard place settings 4,3 psi - 145 psi (30 KPa 1MPa) (0,bar) See data plate See data plate See data plate
This dishwasher conforms to the following European Community Directives: 73/23/EC (Low Voltage Directive) and subsequent amendments; 89/336/EC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) and subsequent amendments. 97/17/EC (Labelling) 2002/96/EC (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment)
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D ISHWASHER How to load your dishes
First of all. Before placing the dishes in the racks, remove the largest scraps of food left over on your plates, you will thus avoid blocking the filter, which would reduce the efficacy of the wash. If the saucepans and frying pans are very dirty, allow them to soak before being washed. To make it easier to load your dishes, pull the racks out. What goes into the lower rack? We recommend you place the most difficult dishes to wash into the lower rack: saucepans, lids, soup dishes and plates, but also: mugs, cups and glasses (see photos for load examples). What goes into the upper rack? Place delicate and lightweight dishes in the upper rack: glasses, tea cups and coffee cups, saucers - but plates too - shallow salad bowls, slightly dirty frying pans and shallow pans. Position light weight dishes in such a way as to avoid their being moved by the spray of water. The appliance can also be equipped with one or two tip-up compartments onto which you can place mugs and cups, as well as long sharp knives and serving cutlery. After loading the dishes, remember to check that the blades on the sprayer arms can turn freely without hitting against any dishes. How to adjust the top rack. The upper rack can be set in high or low position to enable you to organise your dishes effortlessly.
Before washing, a few small steps can help you get a better wash and keep your dishwasher for longer. Remove the largest scraps of food left over on your plates, soak saucepans and frying pans with tough incrustations. After loading your dishes, make sure the blades on the sprayer arm turn well
Serving dishes and large lids: place them on the sides of the rack. Saucepans, salad bowls: must always be placed upside down Very deep dishes: place them obliquely, thus allowing water to run down them and cleaning them better Glasses and cups: position them as indicated in the figure.
The cutlery basket can be split up by pulling out the handle and removing the clips that keeps the two parts joined together. When you only have little cutlery to wash, you can use just half the basket; save space for other crockery or place the other half of the basket in the upper rack instead (see figures A and B). This basket is equipped with two removable grids: insert the cutlery one by one into the slots; knives and utensils with sharp blades or tips should be positioned with the sharp parts at the bottom. Position all cutlery items so that they don't touch.
lower rack upper rack
Open the rail stop flaps and pull the rack out completely. Now place it in high or low position, then slide it along the guide rails until the front wheels also go in. Now close the rail stop flaps. Follow the sequence of actions illustrated in figure "F".
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Ready, steady, go!
You have loaded your dishes and you now have to set the wash cycle. It takes just one minute to learn how
First of all. After performing all the operations described in the previous paragraphs, turn the water tap on completely and press ON-OFF button "A": you will hear a short beep and indicator light "B" lights up. Now the appliance is on and ready to be programmed. Selecting the wash cycle. To select the wash cycle, turn the cycle selector knob "D" clockwise until the reference notch on the knob correspondswiththenumber or symbol for the cycle you wish to set (consult the wash cycle table on page 17, especially when first using the appliance). If the appliance door is shut, press the Start button "R" and you will hear a beep; the cycle will start up within a few seconds. During this time, you can modify your choice of wash cycle. A short beep will indicate the start of the wash cycle and indicator light "G" corresponding to the cycle starting phase will light up. The dishwasher keeps you informed. Your dishwasher is fitted with indicator lights (G) which light up to indicate the cycle phase under way. Here are the symbols corresponding to each cycle phase: Modifying a wash cycle in progress. But if you have chosen the wrong cycle, not to worry! You can cancel the wash cycle in progress, if it has only just started. To modify a wash cycle, keep the RESET button "R" pressed for about 5 seconds: a prolonged beep will sound, followed by three short beeps. Indicator light "G" will turn off and at this point, all the settings will have been cancelled. To select a new wash cycle, repeat the operations illustrated in the paragraph entitled "starting and selecting the cycle". You are now free to re-set the correct wash cycle. You've left out a dish? Well, it happens to everyone. Interrupt the wash cycle by pressing the ON-OFF button, insert the dish you had forgotten and press the ON-OFF button again. The cycle will start up from where you interrupted it. Finished? The end of the wash cycle is indicated by two short beeps and the flashing of the drying phase indicator light.
Starting the dishwasher
Warning: Turn the appliance off by pressing button A, unplug the appliance from the electricity socket to cut off the power supply; the power supply cable should consequently be easily accessible.
Turn off the water tap. Wait a few minutes before unloading the dishes: if you wait a little while, they dry better thanks to the steam. Empty the lower rack first.
There's been a power failure? Have you opened the dishwasher door? The wash cycle stops and then restarts when the electricity comes back on or when you shut the door. Everything is under control! Do you want extra drying? Press button "E" before you start the selected wash cycle. A prolonged beep will inform you that you have selected extra drying, a short beep indicates it has been disabled. With extra drying, the wash cycle will last longer, to provide you with drier dishes.
pre-wash, wash, rinses, drying. At all times, your dishwasher tells you which cycle phase is under way.
You can cancel the wash cycle in progress, if it has only just started.
Make sure the wash cycle has ended before removing the dishes!
If opening the door soon after the end of the programme,or during it, stand away from the Dishwasher, to avoid possible injury from hot steam.
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The detergent Loading the detergent To open lid A, press button B. The detergent should be poured into the two containers C and D up to the rim. Now you can close the lid: press it down until you hear it click. If you prefer to use the detergent in tablets, place one of these in container "D". Now you can close the lid: press it down until you hear it click.
Only use specific dishwasher detergents. Pour the detergent into the dispenser on the inside of the door. Before the wash cycle starts!
Detergent and rinse aid
Use the right amount of detergent: if you use too much, you will not get cleaner dishes, but just more environmental pollution. Keep your dishwasher detergent and rinse aid in a cool, dry place and away from children.
It won't close! Check whether there is any detergent residue on the edges of the dispenser. It is due to this residue that the lid won't close. Get rid of it and you'll see that it closes.
The rinse aid. This product makes dishes sparkle more as it improves their drying. The rinse aid container is situated on the inside of the door: It should be filled up when the low rinse aid indicator light "T" flashes. Loading the rinse aid. To open the dispenser, turn cap C anticlockwise. Take care when you pour in the rinse aid to avoid it overflowing. You can adapt the amount of rinse aid used by the dishwasher: regulate the adjuster F which you will find under lid C.
Proper dosage of the rinse aid improves drying. If drops of water remain on the dishes or spotting occurs, turn the dosage adjuster to a higher setting. If, on the other hand, the dishes have white streaks, then turn the dosage adjuster down to a lower setting.
(with extra drying)
Short cold wash to prevent food from drying onto the dishes
Wash at 52C Rinse at 45C Hot rinse at 65C Drying
Cold pre-wash Wash at 52C Lukewarm rinse at 45C Hot rinse at 65C Drying
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Waterhardnessvariesaccordingtowhereyoulive.Ifthewaterinyourhomeishard,withoutwater softening,incrustationswouldformonyourdishes.Yourdishwasherisfittedwithawatersoftener whichusesspecialsalttogetridoflimescaleinthewater.
Loading the salt. Always use salt which is intended for dishwasher use. The salt container is situated underneath the lower rack, fill it up as follows: 1.Pull out the lower rack completely, unscrew and remove the container cap 2. Is it the first time you load the salt? First fill the container up with water (you won't have to do this again next time) 3. Put the dishwasher funnel on the hole and pour in approximately two kilos of salt. It is normal that some water comes out of the container. 4. Screw the cap back in place carefully. When should I load the salt? The salt container should be filled up when the low salt indicator light "S" flashes. Once you have loaded the salt for the first time, it is normal that the low salt indicator light stays on or flashes for about 5 consecutive cycles. Intelligent salt. Your dishwasher can adjust its salt consumption according to the hardness of the water in your home. This way, you can optimise and customise your dishwasher's salt consumption (not too much, nor too little).
Water in your home
Never without salt
To prevent rust from forming, load the salt just before beginning a wash cycle.
Salt consumption (grams/cycle) 40 60
Autonomy (cycles\2kg) / 25
0 1,7 1,8 4,4
/ "-" MED "+"
4,5 8,9 > 89 > 8,9
To adjust salt consumption, do as follows: 1. Unscrew the salt container cap 2. There is an arrow on the neck of the container (see figure): if necessary, turn the arrow anti-clockwise from the "-" setting to the "+" setting. Select the arrow position depending on the water hardness, referring to the table provided.
You don't know how hard the water in your home is? Ask the company that supplies water in your area.
How to look after and protect the dishes you hold dear
s Almost all silverware can be cleaned in a dishwasher. There are two exceptions: old silverware and silverware decorated with an oxidising agent. Hot water can loosen the handles on old silverware ad wear off the decorations on the other. Never let silverware come into contact with other metals: you will thus avoid stains and blackening Apart from making you save time and energy, your dishwasher disinfects your dishes, washing them at a high temperature.
Suggestions and advice for you.
Savings are easy
Using your electric household appliances wisely helps you make savings and is good for the environment.
Maximum load. To optimise consumption levels, try to use the dishwasher with a full load only. If it takes quite some time to fill up your dishwasher, use the soak cycle to avoid the formation of bad odours and cakedon food.
s Silver plates and serving dishes should be washed immediately after use, especially if they have contained salt, eggs, olives, mustard, vinegar, fruit juices and cooked vegetables. s For particularly delicate dishes, we recommend you use the specific wash cycle offered by your dishwasher.
The right wash cycle. Select the most suitable wash cycle for the type of load you have placed in the dishwasher. The choice of wash cycle depends on the type of dishes to wash and on how dirty they are. To select the right wash cycle, please consult the wash cycle table on page 17.
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Choose where you want to install your dishwasher, you can even place it so that its sides or back panel are side by side with furniture or up against the wall. The dishwasher is provided with water supply and drain hoses, which can be directed towards the left or right to facilitate appropriate installation. Levelling. Once the appliance is positioned, adjust the feet by screwing them in or out depending on how high you want it and to level it so that it is horizontal. Make sure that it is not inclined more than 2 degrees. If the appliance is level, it will help ensure its correct operation. Adjusting the back Feet Insert the appliance into the cutout and then adjust the height using the screws located on the front bottom part of the machine. Use a screwdriver to turn the screws in the clockwise or anti-clockwise direction to increase or decrease the height respectively. Cold water connection. This electric household appliance should be connected to the water mains using the cold water supply hose provided with the appliance only. Do not use a different hose. In the event of replacements, use original spare parts only. Connect the cold water supply hose to a 3/4 gas threaded connection, taking care to screw it tightly onto the tap. If the water hoses are new or have been out of use for an extended period of time, let the water run to make sure it is clear and free of impurities before making the connection. If this precaution is not taken, the water inlet could get blocked, causing damage to your dishwasher. Hot water connection. Your dishwasher can be supplied with hot water from the mains supply (if you have a central heating system with radiators) at a temperature of no more than 60C. In this case, the wash cycle time will be about 15 minutes shorter and the wash will be slightly less effective. The connection must be made to hot water supply following the same procedures as those indicated for the cold water connection.
Anti-flooding protection Your dishwasher is provided with a special system which blocks the water supply in the event of leaks inside the appliance. It is further equipped with a water inlet hose that can withstand extremely high pressures and that turns bright red in the event of breakage. Safety in the event of flooding is ensured by the second clear hose that contains the former and thus highlights the latter when it has turned bright red. It is vital that you check it on a regular basis: if you see it has turned bright red, then you know you have to replace it as soon as possible. Call for an authorised technical engineer to come and replace it.
Your dishwasher has arrived
Installation and moving
Drain hose connection. Fit the drain pipe into a drain line with a minimum diameter of 4 cm or place it over the sink. Avoid restricting or bending it. The part of the pipe marked with the letter A should be between 40 and 100 cm above the ground. The pipe should not be immersed in water.
Earth: indispensable safety. Only now can you plug the appliance into a socket provided with an efficient earth connection (the system's earthing is a guarantee of safety provided for by law, make sure your system has it). The plug The dishwasher plug must be accessible even when the appliance is installed as a built-in unit so that maintenance can be done safely. Power supply wire. Check the power supply wire on a regular basis; if it is damaged, we recommend you have it replaced by an authorised technical Assistance service centre. Condensation-proof tape. On some models, a transparent condensation-proof adhesive tape has been provided. It should be stuck onto the lower side of your wooden worktop to protect it from the formation of condensation. When not provided, this tape can be requested as a spare part from authorised retailers.
If the power socket to which the appliance is connected is not compatible with the plug, replace it with a suitable plug rather than using adapters or multiple plugs as these could cause overheating or burns.
Electrical connection. First of all, check that the mains voltage and frequency values correspond to those stated on the rating plate located on the stainless steel inner door of the appliance and that the electrical system to which the dishwasher is connected is sized for the maximum current indicated on said rating plate.
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D ISHWASHER Troubleshooting
The dishwasher won't start s Is the water supply tap turned on? s Is the water supply tap connected to the hose properly? s Has the water in your home been cut off? s Is the pressure of the water supply sufficient? s Is the hose bent? s Is the filter on the water supply hose blocked? s Is the dishwasher door open? The dishes are not clean. s Have you put the right amount of detergent into the dispenser? s Is the wash cycle suitable for the dishes you have placed inside the appliance? s Are the filter and microfilter clean? s Can the sprayer arms turn freely? The dishwasher won't drain. s Is the drain hose bent? Limescale deposits or a white film form on the dishes. s Is the lid on the salt container closed properly? s Is the rinse aid dosage correct? Error messages. Your dishwasher is equipped with a safety system which is able to detect any operating anomalies. These anomalies are reported by one or two wash cycle indicator lights "G" flashing rapidly. Take a note of which lights are flashing, turn the appliance off and call for technical assistance. Tap off alarm If you have forgotten to turn the water tap on, your appliance will remind you of this by sounding a few short beeps for a few minutes. Turn the tap on and
If you have a problem, read this
your appliance will start up again after a few minutes. Were you to be absent when these beeps are sounded, the appliance will be blocked automatically and indicator lights 2 and 3 (wash and rinses) will flash rapidly. Turn the appliance off at the ON-OFF button, turn on the water tap and wait approximately 20 seconds before turning the appliance back on. Reselect a wash cycle as indicated in the "Selecting the wash cycle" paragraph and the appliance will start.
Water load solenoid valve malfunction alarm. If indicator light 2 (wash) flashes rapidly, TURN the dishwasher OFF AND BACK ON AGAIN after one minute. If the alarm persists, first turn off the water tap to avoid any flooding and then cut off the electricity supply and call for technical assistance. You have checked everything, but the dishwasher still doesn't work and the problem persists? Call an authorised service centre near you and remember to mention: the type of malfunction the model mark (Mod.) and the serial number (S/N.) indicated on the rating plate located on the inner door, to one side.
Clogged filter alarm
If the appliance is blocked and indicator lights 1 (pre-wash) and 3 (rinses) flash rapidly, this means the filter is clogged by large particles of food residue. Turn the appliance off, clean the filter thoroughly and reposition it in its seat as illustrated on page 21. Then turn it back on. The selected wash cycle will start up again.
Safety within your home
1. Dispose of the packaging material carefully (follow the instructions on how to divide your rubbish up provided by your local Council) After removing the packaging, check to make sure your appliance is intact. If in doubt, contact a qualified professional. Your dishwasher must only be used by adults and for washing household dishes, according to the instructions included in this manual. Do not touch the appliance with wet hands or feet or barefoot. We discourage the use of extension leads and multiple plugs. If the electricity supply wire is not long enough, then have it replaced with one of the correct length and remember that it should be free of bends or dangerous kinks. 5. If the appliance is not operating properly or if maintenance operations are necessary, disconnect the dishwasher from the mains power supply (unplug it!). 6. Keep children away from the dishwasher when it is open and keep detergents out of their reach. 7. Your dishwasher is not to be installed outdoors, not even if the area is covered by a roof: it is extremely dangerous to leave it exposed to rain and thunderstorms. 8. Do not touch the heating element during or straight after a wash cycle. 9. Do not lean or sit on the door when it is open, as this could overturn the dishwasher.
Never call upon the services of unauthorised technicians and always refuse spare parts that are not originals.
Your dishwasher was built in accordance with the strictest international safety regulations. They protect you and your family. Read the instructions and information contained in this manual: they will provide you with useful hints as to installation, useand maintenance safety. To avoid nasty surprises.
10. If the appliance malfunctions, turn off the water inlet tap and disconnect the plug from the wall socket. Then try consulting the section entitled "I you have a problem, read this". If you cannot resolve the problem, then call the service centre. 11. Once taken out of use, appliances must be made inoperable: cut the power supply wire and damage the door lock. 12. Disposal of old electrical appliances The European Directive 2002/ 96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), requires that old household electrical appliances must not be disposed of in the normal unsorted municipal waste stream. Old appliances must be collected separately in order to optimise the recovery and recycling of the materials they contain and reduce the impact on human health and the environment. The crossed out "wheeled bin" symbol on the product reminds you of your obligation, that when you dispose of the appliance it must be separately collected. Consumers should contact their local authority or retailer for information concerning the correct disposal of their old appliance.
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Cleaning and special maintenance
The filter assembly If you want consistent good results from your dishwasher, you need to clean the filter assembly. The food particles are removed from the wash water, allowing it to be recirculated during the cycle, filtered perfectly. For this reason, it is a good idea to remove the larger food particles trapped inside the cup C and the semi-circular filter A after each wash; pull the cup handle upwards to remove them. Just rinse them under running water. The entire filter assembly should be cleaned thoroughly once a month: cup C + semi-circular filter A + cylindrical filter B. Rotate filter B anticlockwise to remove it. For cleaning, use a non metallic brush. Reassemble the filter parts (as shown in the figure) and reinsert the whole assembly into the dishwasher. Position it into its housing and press downwards. The dishwasher is not to be used without filters. Improper replacement of the filters may reduce the efficiency of the wash and even damage your dishwasher.
Care and maintenance
Once in a while, once a month, spend a little time on the filter assembly and the sprayer arms.
Cleaning the sprayer arms. Food residue may become encrusted onto the sprayer arms and block the holes where water comes out. Check the sprayer arms regularly and clean them once in a while (letters F and I How is it made?).
Keep your dishwasher in shape
Respecting these few rules ensures you will always have a reliable work companion by your side.
After every wash. When the wash cycle has ended, always remember to turn off the water supply tap and to leave the appliance door ajar. This way, moisture and bad odours will not be trapped inside. Unplug the appliance. Before carrying out any cleaning or maintenance on the dishwasher, always remove the plug from the electricity socket. Do not run risks.
Going on holiday? When you go away for an extended period of time, we recommend you do the following: run a cycle with the dishwasher empty turn off the water inlet tap. leave the appliance door ajar This will help the seals last longer and prevent unpleasant odours from forming inside the appliance. Moving the appliance. Should the appliance have to be moved, try to keep it in a vertical position. If absolutely necessary, it can be positioned on its back. The seals. One of the factors that cause unpleasant odours to form inside the dishwasher is food that remains trapped in the seals. Periodic cleaning using a damp sponge will prevent this from occurring.
No solvents! No abrasives! To clean the exterior and rubber parts of your appliance, do not use solvents or abrasive cleaning products. Use a cloth dampened with lukewarm soapy water only. If there are any stains on the surface of the appliance interior, use a cloth dampened with water and a little white vinegar, or a cleaning product specifically made for dishwashers.
Your dishwasher is not a waste disintegrator! Do not worry about removing every single bit of food residue from your dishes, but do get rid of bones, peel and rind and any other left-overs before placing them in the racks. Empty out all glasses and cups.
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Stay in touch
THANK YOU for choosing an Ariston appliance. We are confident you have made a good choice and that your new appliance will give many years of excellent service. And we're there when you need us.
This will confirm your entitlement to free spare parts for five years, and you could also be lucky enough to recover the cost of your purchase in our quarterly prize draw. Simply complete and return the Registration Form supplied with the appliance documents, using the FREEPOST envelope supplied. Or call the Registration Hotline on 4305. Enjoy complete peace of mind. By registering now, you automatically qualify for a full year's guarantee on parts and labour PLUS free functional parts cover for a further 4 years, provided they are genuine Ariston spare parts fitted by an Ariston Service Engineer.
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For direct access to Genuine Ariston Spare Parts and Accessories, call 5850 and speak to our skilled staff who can help you to identify and purchase the item you require. For a Rapid Response to a problem with your appliance, call 0805. We're open from Monday to Saturday (8am - 5.30pm weekdays, 9am - 5pm Saturday). We have our own department of highly trained Ariston service staff. For most calls, our Service Engineer can fix the problem on the first visit. Please have the following details to hand when you ring us: The nature of the problem, the Model Number and the Serial Number. These numbers can be found on the appliance and on the portion of the Registration Card which you retain.
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