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Ariston stove wiring cx 67s p6 x ng


When you replaced the burnt out selector did you notice any other damage? The selector switch may be connected to the energy input control. Most circuits have some sort of control, allowing only the right amount of energy to be put in. If this got damaged, the fuse would be inconsistent.

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Jun 22, 2014 | Stoves 720EF Electric Double Oven

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Wiring diagram stove


That is an older model, so the wiring diagram will be harder to find. Have you already checked the manual? I would also suggest checking online at the manufacturer's website. Other than that, you can try online.

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Oven not working


Gas stove check gas oven safety value

Mar 17, 2014 | Ariston Technologies Ovens

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I have just moved into a new home with Ariston FB 52 IX AUS and there is no manual and the pictures around the knobs have been rubbed off could someone please help me. thanks


Hi we are in the same situation and phoned the NZ office that deal with Ariston and they stated that is costs $136 to replace the facia panel. She stated she would send me a manual a week ago and still nothing. She stated that there are no Ariston facias in Nz and they don't know when they are coming or if they are going to be coming in. Would definately not buy an ariston oven.
Good luck to anyone else in the same position, I wish I knew what each dial was for on mine.
Maree.

Mar 29, 2013 | Ovens

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My ariston oven won't turn on. The stove works and


check and see if the broil works in the oven ,2 if it turns on meaning the element in the top turns red then this generaly means both side of the switch are good. and you need to replace the element on the bottom of the stove.now turn off the stove .1st unplug the stove. 2nd there are 2 screws at the back of the stove on a metal plate which is attached to the element take them off.3rd gently pull out the element about 3 inches until you see 2 wires. there are 2 ways the wires could be connected either push on or by screws if you dont see a screw abviusly its push on. just grab the end of the wire ON the connecter and grab the elemnt at the connecter and wigglethe connector back and forth while pullin on the connecter. wala. now locate the model number and go to amazon.com or your local parts house and install in reverse

Aug 20, 2012 | Ovens

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We just purchased a new ariston oven but there is no grilling tray. Were we supposed to buy the tray separate?


It should have been suplied with a grill tray of some description, go back to who supplied it for you, and ask them for one.

Aug 14, 2010 | Ariston Technologies Ariston FO98P...

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We are about to move into a house with a Ariston wall oven, model no: FB 86 C. All the symbols around the 2 knobs have been rubbed off, is there a transfer or someway of finding what the symbols should...


This is a normal feature for this brand. The decal comes off when cleaning with anything other than pure water. They will sell you a whole new oven front for about $100 so you can do it again next time you wipe down the front panel when cleaning your work top. Please complain to Ariston head office and tell them what you think of their product. The manual doesn't show the detail so I guess you will have to buy either a proper oven or get ripped off by Ariston for a new panel ( you could always send the new panel back after copying the letters). I'll never buy an Ariston product again.

May 02, 2010 | Ovens

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Ariston gas stove has 2 burners not working


the burner themocouples need replacing...

Dec 21, 2009 | Ariston Technologies Ovens

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ARISTON OVEN


I have two sources that give correspondances between thermostat numbers and temperatures.

This is the first one:

THERMOSTATS
bullette1.gifThermostat 1 30°C - 85°F bullette2.gifThermostat 2 60°C - 140°F bullette1.gifThermostat 3 90°C - 195°F bullette2.gifThermostat 4 120°C - 250°F Gas mark 1/2 bullette1.gifThermostat 5 150°C - 300°F Gas mark 2 bullette2.gifThermostat 6 180°C - 350°F Gas mark 4 bullette1.gifThermostat 7 210°C - 410°F Gas mark 6 bullette2.gifThermostat 8 240°C - 460°F Gas mark 8 bullette1.gifThermostat 9 270°C - 520°F Gas mark 10

The other one is a formula: t = 20 X (T + 3)

where t is the température in °C
T is the thermostat (1, 2 ... 12)

As you may discover, each of the methods give slightly different results. Hope this will help.

Nov 14, 2007 | Ovens

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