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Does not dry all the way

Our Ariston dishwasher does not dry the dishes all the way (water drops everywhere). When it is in the drying mode the indicater light blinks all the time. The heating element is working. The one thing I noticed is when it is in the drying mode no steam escapes.

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  • jimhoover47 Oct 27, 2008

    I also have the same problem with my LL65. Drying light is blinking, but does not shut off and items in dishwasher not dry

  • Anonymous Dec 20, 2008

    I have the same problem.

  • finchumfarms Apr 23, 2009

    I have the same problem with a brand new Ariston LL64BSW. The dishwasher finishes the cycle but the light just blinks and as far as I can tell the element doesn't heat up at all.

  • dgelliott Apr 24, 2009

    Ariston will not Dry or wash very good. Sometimes the soap dispenser will not open during the wash cycle and the insides stink!

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I too have a similar problem. Drying light blinks, doesn't shut off, little if any steam escapes when door is open during drying cycle. Wonder if this is Ariston's Dynamic Drying? My unit is new too.

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