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Error messages.
The dishwasher is equipped with a
safety system which is able to
detect any operating anomalies.
These anomalies are signalled by
the rapid flashing of one of the
wash cycle indicator lights M.
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cycle flashes (see wash cycle table),
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assistance, indicating which
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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
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