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Old 20.11.2017, 10:56
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Re: Beeping appliances are driving me crazy

I know its a Monday morning, but lets keep things friendly otherwise we'll have to close the thread.
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Old 20.11.2017, 11:00
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Many years have past and I too am plagued by the beeping. Alas, the pages posted that point to solutions no longer work. Please share your secrets. Please.
What's the brand and model? Without it, we can't help you.
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Old 20.11.2017, 11:10
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Re: Beeping appliances are driving me crazy

Thank you. Again I apologise for my rudeness.

The machine is the Zug Adora N. I'm unable to see any more details than that as it appears the manufacturer printed them on a piece of paper and stuck them on the inside of the door.
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Old 20.11.2017, 11:19
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Re: Beeping appliances are driving me crazy

Here's a list of various Adora S manuals to choose from. Find your dishwasher and see what the manual says.

https://www.vzug.com/ch/en/manuals?s...ing_mv=English
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Thank you. Again I apologise for my rudeness.

The machine is the Zug Adora N. I'm unable to see any more details than that as it appears the manufacturer printed them on a piece of paper and stuck them on the inside of the door.
Fair enough.

See here, page 22, accessible from this page. Manual's in German I'm afraid.
Push the right-arrow key for 5 seconds, then the first option (apparently varies by the model) should enable you to set the signal sound ("Signalton") off. Possible values are off("aus"), quiet("leise"), normal("laut"); default setting is quiet.
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Old 20.11.2017, 11:30
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Fair enough.

See here, page 22. Manual's in German I'm afraid.
Push the right-arrow key for 5 seconds, then the first option (apparently varies by the model) should enable you to set the signal tone off.
Thank you Urs, I'll give it a shot.
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Fair enough.

See here, page 22, accessible from this page. Manual's in German I'm afraid.
Push the right-arrow key for 5 seconds, then the first option (apparently varies by the model) should enable you to set the signal sound ("Signalton") off. Possible values are off, quiet, normal; default setting is quiet.
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I had to do that with mine too. It drove me bonkers.
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Re: Beeping appliances are driving me crazy

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My kettle, my oven , my phone, my apartment air system, my washing machine, my dryer and even my dishwasher beeps at me.

Has anyone else got this problem? Does anyone know of any way to disable this most intrusive sound?
I hope that you got it fixed. I feel for you as I understand how it is.. But, lucky you that you do not have Asperger's / Autism where every little noise like that is like hitting with a hammer inside your head (experience!)... :-) .. Wish it could sometime stop..
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Old 20.11.2017, 17:49
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I hope that you got it fixed. I feel for you as I understand how it is.. But, lucky you that you do not have Asperger's / Autism where every little noise like that is like hitting with a hammer inside your head (experience!)... :-) .. Wish it could sometime stop..
Not only with that, this is sufficient for some to have similar reactions (unfortunately):

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperacusis

One of my pet peeves is people who type on a phone that makes noises
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