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Hey, ours was the same. Turns out the dryier element was loose and was causing the knocking sound....couldnt talk over the top of the noise. About 100 to get the ariston guys out to fix it. Was worth it for us....
Well it depends on how old your machine is, if eveything else is fine then replace it. The cost will vary depending where you buy your part from. It could cost but worth it if machine is reliable. try www.lpdlpd.co.uk
There is a filter of sorts in the pump inlet pipe, its a big item catcher coins etc, but thats got nothing to do with the module error wich is a pricey item at £120! I've had one go already and in the last year, a inlet valve plus a control pcb panel in fact its almost a NEW machine! i'll never buy another hotpoint or ariston again. The machine is two yrs old!
i had the same problem. try emptying the little chamber at the bottome front of maching. there might be something in there. then have a look at the little grey fan thing. give it a push. if it springs back it is working if not it is broke. tip the machine on its side and undown the filter part. ordr this section online. it is easy to replace. i done it myself. Lu
open the top lid.
reach down inside and feel a plastic sensor/release behind where the latch is.
towards the left center of that sensor, feel for a metallic manual release (you'll just feel the nub of it).
Push this in and to the side to manually release the door lock.
Call Ariston and complain about this common problem.