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Replacement Water Heater Parts - Ariston

Ariston GL 2.5, 4 and 6 components diagram
Diagram # Model # Description Price & Quantity
2 570241 Anode Rod for GL6 and GL8Ti $18.47
574305 New Style Anode Rod for GL2.5 and 4.0 $12.95
3 994147 Element Gasket $11.95
4 994140 Element Locknut - 4 Each Req. Per Element - sold each $2.99
5 994103 Element for GL2.5 and GL4.0  (Note: This item is non-returnable) $42.95
87387044390
old #7738002301
Element for GL4S - flange has well/cavity for temperature probe
- (Note: This item is non-returnable)
$53.75
994104 Element for GL6 and GL8Ti (Note: This item is non-returnable) $42.97
11 65105602
old #994062
Thermostat for GL2.5 and GL4.0 - thermostat trouble shooting information $31.52
65150322
old #994102
Thermostat for GL6 and GL8Ti $32.57
87387044410 Thermostat for GLS and TiS - (LOC 2012) $53.79
  GL25-4KIT Element, Element Gasket and Anode Rod Kit
- For GL2.5Ti & GL4.0Ti (Note: This item is non-returnable)
$47.65
  GL6-8KIT Element, Element Gasket and Anode Rod Kit
- For GL6 & GL8Ti (Note: This item is non-returnable)
$48.65
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Ariston P10 and P15 components diagram

Diagram # Model # Description Price & Quantity
1 574305 New Style Anode Rod for P10 & P15 $12.95
2 994050
old #810822
Element for P10, P15, and Old Tiny Titan (Note: This item is non-returnable.) $24.51
4 65100282
old #570016
Element Gasket for P10 and P15 $5.73
14 994062 Thermostat for P10 and P15 $31.52
1, 2, 4 -- Ariston Element, Gasket, and Anode Rod Kit for P10 and P15 (Note: This item is non-returnable.) $39.89
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "I just replaced the thermostat on my Ariston water heater. It is acting the same as the old one. As soon as I turn the unit on, it runs for a few minutes and shuts off. Is this new thermostat defective?"
A. Not necessarily. It may be working perfectly. If the heating element has become encrusted with scale or lime or if the anode rod is worn out and no longer working correctly, then either one of these conditions can cause the liner of the heater to over heat which in turn causes the thermostat to shut off. The thermostat is equipped with a thermal cut off switch. You will need to push the reset button to reset the thermostat after the problem has been corrected. Unplug the power cord to the water heater and remove the front cover. Press the reset button firmly with the tip of a ball point pin, extra small screwdriver or similar object. A click indicates the thermostat has been reset. Reconnect the power plug. Now check the operation of the thermostat. Turn the temperature dial from high to low. If the red light does not go off on the low setting, disconnect the power supply and replace the thermostat. If the red light does goes off on the low setting then set the dial to the desired setting and replace the cover plate. Note: If the heating element is in good condition and working correctly but the high limit needs to frequently be reset, then we suggest you call an electrical technician for further diagnosis.

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