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  • Brand: Ariston Thermo
  • Product: Dishwasher
  • Model/name: LVR670
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12 ARISTON DISHWASHER - Instructions for installation and use
D ISHWASHER
This manual explains pleasantly all your new electric
household appliance has to offer. In addition, you will
discover a world of useful hints and handy tips to help
you get a better wash from your dishwasher and to
make it last longer.
Quick guide to your
dishwasher
1. Installation and moving (p. 19)
Installation, after delivery or your moving house, is the most
importantprocedureforthecorrectoperationofyourdishwasher.
Always check:
1. That the electricity system is in accordance with norms;
2. That the water inlet and outlet hoses are connected correctly;
3.Thatthedishwasherislevelontheground.Itisworthit:forthe
longer life span and the correct operation of your dishwasher.
2. 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.
5. Salt: an important ally (p. 18)
Usingtherightsaltandintherightquantitywillhelpyoumaintain
your dishwasher in top condition, to wash better and to avoid
possible damage caused by limescale.
6. Advice and suggestions to help you make
savings as well (p. 18)
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.
8. Safety for you and your family (p.20)
Read this chapter carefully, as it will provide you with useful
information on installation, use and maintenance safety. To avoid
nasty surprises.
9.Specialcareandmaintenance(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.
11. Technicalcharacteristics(p.13)
Allyourappliance'stechnicaldata,inaccordancewithnormsand
regulations as always.
12. Aristonisstillwithyouafterpurchasep.(22)
Aristonsupportsitsproductsbymeansofafter-salesservicesand
assistance,offeringyouspecialguarantees,professionalassistance
as well as quality spare parts and accessories. To find out more,
call the Ariston Freefone Number.
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ARISTON DISHWASHER - Instructions for installation and use 13
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Controlpanelatyourorders
How is it made?
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
Technical Characteristics
Learn to get to know the parts which make up
your dishwasher, you will use it better for it.
A. ON-OFF Button
Press this button to
turn the appliance on.
B. ON-OFFIndicatorlight
Indicates that the
appliance is turned on
C. Dooropeninghandle
Use this handle to
open the dishwasher
door.
D. Cycleselectionknob
Use this knob to select
a wash cycle.
G. Cyclephaseindicator
lights
pre-wash, wash,
rinses, drying.
E. Extra drying button
Press this button for
greater drying.
S. Low salt indicator
light
To tell you that it’s time
to add more salt.
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)
Technical characteristics
Width cm. 59,5
Depth cm. 57
Height cm. 82
Capacity 12 standard place settings
Mains water pressure 4,3 psi - 145 psi (30 KPa÷ 1MPa )(0,3 ÷10 bar)
Power voltage See data plate
Total absorber power See data plate
Fuse See data plate
A
B
D
C
G S
E
Let's open up your dishwasher
together
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How to load your dishes
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
There are two handles on the sides
of the upper rack: use these to
adjust its height (see fig. C)
F i g . C
upper rack
lower rack
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
areverydirty,allowthemtosoak
before being washed. To make it
easier to load your dishes, pull
the racks out.
Multisystem racks
This dishwasher model is fitted
with newer and more modern
upper and lower racks and a
cutlery basket. They are made to
provide greater flexibility in
loading dishes, making them
more suitable to meet your
specificneeds.
What goes into the
lower rack?
We recommend you place the
mostdifficultdishestowashinto
the lower rack: saucepans, lids,
soup dishes and plates, but also:
mugs, cups and glasses (see
photos for load examples).
• Serving dishes and large
lids: placethemonthesides
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.
Whenyouonlyhavelittlecutlery
towash,youcanusejusthalfthe
basket; save space for other
crockery or place the other half
of the basket in the upper rack
instead (see figures A and B).
Thisbasketisequippedwithtwo
removablegrids:insertthecutlery
one by one into the slots; knives
andutensilswithsharpbladesor
tipsshouldbepositionedwiththe
sharppartsatthebottom.Position
allcutleryitemssothattheydon't
touch.
Load examples
Inthisspecificmodel,thecutlery
basket is fitted with two
detachable side compartments,
as shown in figure A1, which can
be hooked on either to the upper
or lower rack, as required.
What goes into the
upper rack?
Place delicate and lightweight
dishesintheupperrack:glasses,
teacupsandcoffeecups,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
canplacemugsandcups,aswell
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.
A1
A
B
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You have loaded your dishes and you now have
to set the wash cycle. It takes just one minute
to learn how
Starting the dishwasher
Ready,steady,go!
You can cancel
the wash cycle
in progress, if it
has only just
started.
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.
First of all.
Afterperformingalltheoperations
described in the previous
paragraphs,turnthewatertapon
completely and press ON-OFF
button"A":youwillhearashort
beepandindicatorlight"B"lights
up.Nowtheapplianceisonand
readytobeprogrammed.
Selecting the wash
cycle.
Toselectthewashcycle,turnknob
"D"clockwiseuntilthereference
notchontheknobcorresponds
withthenumberorsymbolforthe
cycleyouwishtoset(havealook
atthewashcycletableonpage
17). Ashortbeepwillindicatethe
start of the wash cycle and
indicatorlight"G"corresponding
tothecyclestartingphasewilllight
up.
The dishwasher keeps
you informed.
Your dishwasher is fitted with
indicatorlights(G)whichlightup
toindicatethecyclephaseunder
way.
Herearethesymbolscorrespond-
ingtoeachcyclephase:
pre-wash,wash,rinses,drying.
Atalltimes,yourdishwashertells
youwhichcyclephaseisunder
way.
Modifying a wash cycle
in progress.
Butifyouhavechosenthewrong
cycle,nottoworry!Youcanmodify
thewashcycleinprogress,ifithas
onlyjuststarted. Turntheknob
anti-clockwiseuntilitreachesthe
Reset position and, after a few
seconds, you will hear 4 beeps
and indicator light "G" will turn
off. This is to inform you that
all the settings have been can-
celled. 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 forgot-
ten and press the ON-OFF but-
ton 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
phaseindicatorlight.
Turn off the water tap.
Wait a few minutes before un-
loadingthedishes:theyarevery
hot! 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 ex-
tra drying, a short beep
indicates it has been disabled.
With extra drying, the wash
cyclewilllastlonger,toprovide
you with drier dishes.
Warning:
Turntheknobanti-clockwiseto
Reset in order to reset all the
settings.Turntheapplianceoff
bypressingbutton“A”,unplugthe
appliance from the electricity
sockettocutoffthepowersupply;
thepowersupplycableshould
consequently be easily
accessible.
Make sure the
wash cycle has
ended before
removing the
dishes!
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16 ARISTON DISHWASHER - Instructions for installation and use
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Detergent and rinse aid
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 appliance door;
you should refill it when you
see the container is empty by
means of indicator light “D”.
(If your dishwasher is fitted
with a “low rinse aid” indicator
light, fill the container up when
the indicator light flashes or
lights up).
Loading the rinse aid.
Toopenthedispenser,turncap
C anticlockwise. Take care
when you pour in the rinse aid
toavoiditoverflowing.Youcan
adapt the amount of rinse aid
used by the dishwasher:
regulate the adjuster F which
you will find under lid C.
Only use specific dishwasher detergents. Pour the detergent into the
dispenser on the inside of the door. Before the wash cycle starts!
Useful tips
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.
Nowyoucanclosethelid: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.
It won't close!
Check whether there is any
detergent residue on the edges
ofthedispenser.Itisduetothis
residue that the lid won't close.
Get rid of it and you'll see that
it closes.
You can choose from six different
positions. It is normally set to 4.
• 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.
F
D
C
C
D
25 gr. 5 gr.
A
B
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.
Warning
Three-in-one dishwasher tablets are now available on the market, and combine detergent, salt and rinse aid all in one.
If the water in your area is hard or very hard, we still recommend you pour extra salt into the relevant dispenser to prevent the
formation of white streaks on your dishes or on the interior of the appliance.
Using a three-in-one product means it is no longer necessary to put rinse aid into the relevant container.
If you want to achieve perfectly dry dishes, you may add rinse aid as long as the dosage adjuster is set to no.2.
In any case, please read the manufacturer's instructions on the packet.
If you use only these products, it is normal for the salt and rinse aid indicator lights to flash permanently after a certain number
of cycles.
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ARISTON DISHWASHER - Instructions for installation and use 17
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A wash cycle for every degree of soil
Select the right wash cycle
Salt, rinse aid, the right amount of detergent and the correct
wash cycle: this is the formula to get the best results and to
keep your dishwasher in shape
Dishwasher washing guarantees your dishes will be cleaned
in a hygienic setting for safer, cleaner results.
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Very dirty dishes and pans
(not to be used for delicate
items)
Pre-wash with hot water at 40°C
Wash at 65°C
2 cold rinses
Hot rinse at 65°C
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Cycle for normally dirty pans
and dishes. Standard daily
cycle.
Wash at 50°
Cold rinse
Hot rinse at 70°C
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Environmentally-friendly
cycle, with low energy
consumption levels, suitable
for normally dirty pans and
dishes.
2 Cold pre-washes
Wash at 50°C
Hot rinse at 65°C
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Economic and fast cycle to
be used for slightly dirty
dishes. Run cycle immediately
after use. Without drying
except when the extra drying
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Preliminary wash cycle for
dishes while awaiting
completion of the load with
the dishes from the next meal.
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Special cycle to be used for
more delicate items which are
sensitive to high temperatures.
Run cycle immediately after
use.
Wash at 52°C
Rinse at 45°C
Hot rinse at 65°C
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Rinse and drying cycle for
dishes that are seldom used
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Select the right
wash cycle for
your dishes.
Selecting the most
suitable wash
cycle for the load
ensures clean
dishes and a more
convenient use of
water and
electricity.
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Never without salt
Loading the salt.
Alwaysusesaltwhichisintended
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.
Water in your home
When should I load the
salt?
Thesaltcontainershouldbefilled
up when the low salt indicator
light"S"flashes.Yourappliancewill
remindyoutodosofor5consecu-
tivewashcycles.
Intelligent salt.
Your dishwasher can adjust its
salt consumption according to
the hardness of the water in your
home.Thisway,youcanoptimise
andcustomiseyourdishwasher's
salt consumption (not too much,
nor too little).
Toadjustsaltconsumption,doas
follows:
1.Unscrewthesaltcontainercap
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
dependingonthewaterhardness,
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.
Water hardness varies according to where you live. If the water in your home is
hard, without water softening, incrustations would form on your dishes. Your
dishwasher is fitted with a water softener which uses special salt to get rid of
limescale in the water.
Using your electric household appliances
wisely helps you make savings and is good for
the environment.
Savings are easy
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 caked-
on food.
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.
How to look after and protect
the dishes you hold dear
■ Forparticularlydelicatedishes,
we recommend you use the
specificwashcycleofferedby
yourdishwasher.
Suggestions and advice for you.
Apart from
making you save
time and energy,
your dishwasher
disinfects your
dishes, washing
them at a high
temperature.
■ Silverplatesandservingdishes
shouldbewashedimmediately
afteruse,especiallyiftheyhave
contained salt, eggs, olives,
mustard,vinegar,fruitjuices
and cooked vegetables.
■ Almostallsilverwarecanbe
cleanedinadishwasher.
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
To prevent rust
from forming, load
the salt just before
beginning a wash
cycle.
Water Hardness
Clarke
degrees
°fH mmol/l
Selector
position
Salt
consu-
mption
(grams/-
cycle)
Autono-
my
(cycles\2-
kg)
0 - 14 0 - 17 0 -1,7 / 0 /
14 - 36 18 - 44 1,8 - 4,4 "-" 20 60
36 - 71 45 - 89 4,5 - 8,9 MED 40 40
>71 >89 > 8,9 "+" 60 25
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ARISTON DISHWASHER - Instructions for installation and use 19
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Installation and moving
After having bought or moved your dishwasher to another home, a
correct installation ensures that your dishwasher will operate
smoothly and efficiently.
hoseprovidedwiththeappliance
only.Donotuseadifferenthose.In
the event of replacements, use
originalsparepartsonly.
Connect the cold water supply
hosetoa3/4gas, andconnection
takingcaretoscrewittightlyonto
thetap.
Ifthewaterpipesareneworhave
not been used for an extended
periodoftime,letthewaterrunto
makesurethatthewaterisclear
and free of impurities. If this
precautionisnottaken,thereisa
risk that the water inlet can get
blockedanddamagetheappliance.
Hot water connection.
Yourdishwashercanbesupplied
with hot water from the mains
supply(ifyouhaveacentralheating
systemwithradiators)atatempe-
ratureofnomorethan60°C.
Inthiscase,thewashcycletime
willbeabout15minutesshorter
andthewashwillbeslightlyless
effective.
Theconnectionmustbemadeto
hot water supply following the
sameproceduresasthoseindicated
forthecoldwaterconnection.
Drain hose connection.
Fitthedrainpipeintoadrainline
withaminimumdiameterof4cm
orplaceitoverthesink.Thepart
ofthepipemarkedwiththeletter
Ashouldbebetween40and100
cmabovetheground.
Thepipeshouldnotbeimmersed
inwater.
Electrical connection.
Firstofall,checkthatthemains
voltage and frequency values
correspondtothosestatedonthe
rating plate located on the
stainlesssteelinnerdoorofthe
applianceandthattheelectrical
systemtowhichthedishwasher
is connected is sized for the
maximumcurrentindicatedon
saidratingplate.
Earth: indispensable
safety.
Only now can you plug the
applianceintoasocketprovided
withanefficientearthconnection
(the system's earthing is a
guaranteeofsafetyprovidedfor
bylaw,makesureyoursystem
hasit).
The plug
The dishwasher plug must be
accessible even when the
appliance is installed so that
maintenancecanbedonesafely.
Choosewhereyouwanttoinstall
your dishwasher, you can even
place it so that its sides or back
panelaresidebysidewithfurniture
or up against the wall. The
dishwasherisprovidedwithwater
supplyanddrainhoses,whichcan
bedirectedtowardstheleftorright
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
heightusingthescrewslocated
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.
Anti-flooding protection
Yourdishwasherisprovidedwitha
specialsystemwhichblocksthe
watersupplyintheeventofleaks
insidetheappliance.
Cold water connection.
Thiselectrichouseholdappliance
shouldbeconnectedtothewater
mainsusingthecoldwatersupply
Yourdishwasherhasarrived
Power supply wire.
Checkthepowersupplywireona
regularbasis;ifitisdamaged,we
recommendyouhaveitreplaced
by an authorised technical
Assistanceservicecentre.
Condensation-proof tape.
Onsomemodels,atransparent
condensation-proofadhesivetape
hasbeenprovided.
Itshouldbestuckontothelower
sideofyourwoodenworktopto
protectitfromtheformationof
condensation.
Whennotprovided,thistapecan
berequestedasasparepartfrom
authorisedretailers.
A
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.
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Safety within your home
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, use and maintenance safety. To avoid nasty surprises.
1. Dispose of the packaging
materialcarefully(followthe
instructionsonhowtodivide
yourrubbishupprovidedby
yourlocalCouncil)
2. After removing the
packaging, check to make
sureyourapplianceisintact.
Ifindoubt,contactaqualified
professional.
3. Yourdishwashermustonlybe
usedbyadultsandforwashing
householddishes,accordingto
the instructions included in
thismanual.Donottouchthe
appliancewithwethandsor
feetorbarefoot.
4. We discourage the use of
extensionleadsandmultiple
plugs.Iftheelectricitysupply
wireisnotlongenough,then
have it replaced with one of
the correct length and
remember that it should be
free of bends or dangerous
kinks.
5.Iftheapplianceisnotoperating
properly or if maintenance
operations are necessary,
disconnect the dishwasher
fromthemainspowersupply
(unplugit!).
6. Keepchildrenawayfromthe
dishwasherwhenitisopenand
keep detergents out of their
reach.
7. Yourdishwasherisnottobe
installedoutdoors,notevenif
theareaiscoveredbyaroof:
it is extremely dangerous to
leave it exposed to rain and
thunderstorms.
8. Do not touch the heating
element during or straight
afterawashcycle.
9. Donotleanorsitonthedoor
whenitisopen,asthiscould
overturnthedishwasher.
10. Iftheappliancemalfunctions,
turnoffthewaterinlettapand
disconnecttheplugfromthe
wall socket. Then try
consultingthesectionentitled
"I you have a problem, read
this".Ifyoucannotresolvethe
problem,thencalltheservice
centre.
11. Once taken out of use,
appliances must be made
inoperable: cut the power
supply wire and damage the
doorlock.
12. Disposal of old electrical
appliances
TheEuropeanDirective2002/
96/EConWasteElectricaland
Electronic Equipment
(WEEE), requires that old
household electrical
appliances must not be
disposed of in the normal
unsorted municipal waste
stream.Oldappliancesmust
be collected separately in
ordertooptimisetherecovery
andrecyclingofthematerials
they contain and reduce the
impactonhumanhealthand
If you have a problem, read this
Your dishwasher may not work or not function properly. In many cases, these are problems which can be
solved without having to call for a technician. Before calling the service centre, always check the points
below.
The dishwasher won't
start
■ Is the water supply tap
turned on?
■ Is the water supply tap
connected to the hose
properly?
■ Has the water in your home
been cut off?
■ Is the pressure of the water
supply sufficient?
■ Is the hose bent?
■ Is the filter on the water
supply hose blocked?
■ Is the dishwasher door
open?
The dishes are not
clean.
■ Have you put the right
amountofdetergentintothe
dispenser?
■ Isthewashcyclesuitablefor
the dishes you have placed
inside the appliance?
■ Are the filter and microfilter
clean?
■ Can the sprayer arms turn
freely?
The dishwasher won't
drain.
■ Is the drain hose bent?
Limescale deposits or a
white film form on the
dishes.
■ Is the lid on the salt
container closed properly?
■ Is the rinse aid dosage
correct?
Error messages.
Yourdishwasherisequippedwith
a safety system which is able to
detect any operating anomalies.
Theseanomaliesarereportedby
one or two wash cycle indicator
lights"G"flashingrapidly.
Take a note of which lights are
flashing,turntheapplianceoffand
callfortechnicalassistance.
Tap off alarm
If you have forgotten to turn the
watertapon,yourappliancewill
remind you of this by sounding a
fewshortbeepsforafewminutes.
Turnthetaponandyourappliance
will start up again after a few
minutes. Were you to be absent
whenthesebeepsaresounded,the
appliancewillbeblockedautomati-
cally and indicator lights 2 and 3
(washandrinses)willflashrapidly.
Turn the appliance off at the ON-
OFFbutton,turnonthewatertap
and wait approximately 20 sec-
ondsbeforeturningtheappliance
backon.Re-selectawashcycleas
indicated in the "Selecting the
washcycle"paragraphandtheap-
pliancewillstart.
Clogged filter alarm
If the appliance is blocked and
indicatorlights1(pre-wash)and3
(rinses) flash rapidly, this means
the filter is clogged by large
particlesoffoodresidue.Turnthe
appliance off, clean the filter
thoroughlyandrepositionitinits
seatasillustratedonpage21.Then
turnitbackonandre-selectawash
cycle.
Waterloadsolenoidvalve
malfunction alarm.
Troubleshooting
Ifindicatorlight2(wash)flashes
rapidly,TURNthedishwasherOFF
ANDBACKONAGAINafterone
minute.Ifthealarmpersists,first
turnoffthewatertaptoavoidany
flooding and then cut off the
electricity supply and call for
technicalassistance.
Youhavechecked
everything, but the
dishwasher still doesn't
work and the problem
persists?
Callanauthorisedservicecentre
nearyouandremembertomention:
•thetypeofmalfunction
•themodelmark(Mod….)andthe
serialnumber(S/N….)indicatedon
theratingplatelocatedontheinner
door,tooneside.
Never call upon
the services of
unauthorised
technicians and
always refuse
spare parts
that are not
originals.
theenvironment.Thecrossed
out"wheeledbin"symbolon
the product reminds you of
yourobligation,thatwhenyou
dispose of the appliance it
mustbeseparatelycollected.
Consumers should contact
theirlocalauthorityorretailer
for information concerning
the correct disposal of their
oldappliance.
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ARISTON DISHWASHER - Instructions for installation and use 21
D ISHWASHER
Cleaning and special maintenance
Cleaning the sprayer
arms.
Food residue may become
encrusted onto the sprayer
armsandblocktheholeswhere
water comes out. Check the
sprayer arms regularly and
clean them once in a while
(lettersFandI“Howisitmade?”).
Once in a while,
once a month,
spend a little time
on the filter
assembly and the
sprayer arms.
Keep your dishwasher in shape
After every wash.
When the wash cycle has
ended, always remember to
turn off the water supply tap
andtoleavetheappliancedoor
ajar. This way, moisture and
bad odours will not be trapped
inside.
Unplug the appliance.
Before carrying out any
cleaningormaintenanceonthe
dishwasher,alwaysremovethe
plugfromtheelectricitysocket.
Do not run risks.
Nosolvents!Noabrasives!
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.
Going on holiday?
Whenyougoawayforanextended
periodoftime,werecommendyou
dothefollowing:
•runacyclewiththedishwasher
empty
• turn off the water inlet tap.
• leave the appliance door ajar
This will help the seals last
longer and prevent unpleasant
odoursfromforminginsidethe
appliance.
Moving the appliance.
Shouldtheappliancehavetobe
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.
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.
Care and maintenance
Respecting these few rules ensures you will always
have a reliable work companion by your side.
1
2 A
B
C
The filter assembly
Ifyouwantconsistentgoodresults
fromyourdishwasher,youneedto
cleanthefilterassembly.
Thefoodparticlesareremoved
fromthewashwater,allowingitto
berecirculatedduringthecycle,
filteredperfectly.Forthisreason,
itisagoodideatoremovethelarger
foodparticlestrappedinsidethe
cup“C”andthesemi-circularfilter
A after each wash; pull the cup
handleupwardstoremovethem.
Just rinse them under running
water.
Theentirefilterassemblyshould
be cleaned thoroughly once a
month:cupC+semi-circularfilter
A+cylindricalfilterB.Rotatefilter
“B”anticlockwisetoremoveit.
Forcleaning,useanonmetallic
brush.
Reassemble the filter parts (as
showninthefigure)andreinsert
the whole assembly into the
dishwasher. Position it into its
housingandpressdownwards.
Thedishwasherisnottobeused
without filters. Improper
replacementofthefiltersmayre-
ducetheefficiencyofthewashand
evendamageyourdishwasher.
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22 ARISTON DISHWASHER - Instructions for installation and use
D ISHWASHER
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For direct access to Genuine Ariston Spare Parts and Accessories,
call 0870 558 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 0870 607 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.
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.
Register your purchase
now
Thiswillconfirmyourentitlementtofree 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 0870 010 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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