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Common Beko washing machine problems and how to solve them

How do you troubleshoot a Beko washing machine

Common Beko washing machine problems and how to solve them

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There are a number of reasons why your Beko washing machine isn't performing as well as it could. Some of them are fairly common and can be resolved without having to call in a professional to inspect your washing machine. Continue reading to learn about the most common sources of problems and how to resolve them:

- Check your water pressure

If your washing machine's water supply is too poor, it may experience problems such as longer cycle times. To see if your water supply is adequate, do the following:

1 - Turn on the cold water faucet closest to where your Beko washing machine is located.

2 - Calculate the rate of water flow. A minimum of one litre must be consumed in seven seconds.

3 - If the flow rate is less than normal, you should get your water line checked by a plumber.

- Make that the water inlet hose is in good working order.

If the water inlet hose on your Beko washing machine has gotten kinked or twisted, not enough water may enter the drum. To see if this is a problem, do the following:

1 - Make sure the hose isn't kinked or twisted.

2 - Make that both ends of the hose are firmly connected to the mains water and your washing machine, and that they are not leaking.

3 - Check for blockages in both inlets.

- Make sure the pump's filter isn't clogged.

To ensure that it is not clogged or trapped. Simply follow the steps below:

1 - Place a towel or something similar on the floor to protect it, and have a container nearby to catch any water that comes out when the pump filter is removed.

2 - The pump filter is hidden behind a flap on the machine's front.

3 - Remove the filter by opening the flap and rotating it anti-clockwise until it can be easily removed.

4 - An emergency drain tube is situated adjacent to the filter on some versions. Drain the water into a container by removing the drainage hose from its seat and then removing the stopper from the hose's end. Before removing the filter, replace the stopper and the drainage hose in their proper positions.

5 - When removing the filter, be cautious of any water that may escape.

6 - Examine the pump filter's housing and the filter itself for any dirt, hair, or tiny particles.

7 - Remove any dirt or items from the filter before reinserting it and rotating it clockwise.

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Check the power supply from the mains.

There could be an electrical problem with your Beko washing machine if it won't turn on. Here's how to put that to the test:

1 - Do not connect your washing machine to an extension cord; instead, connect it to a standard wall outlet.

2 - Plug in something you know works, like a light, to make sure the power socket is operating.

3 - After you've double-checked that the socket is working, you can plug in your washing machine.

4 - Replace the 13amp fuse in the plug if your washing machine does not turn on when connected to the power. If the problem persists, there could be an electrical problem.

Are you properly loading your washing machine?

When you perform a washing programme, overloading or underloading your Beko washing machine can cause noise and drainage issues. Here are some pointers on how to properly load your PC for the best results:

1 - Avoid washing a single, very absorbent item of clothes, such as a dressing robe or towel, in your washing machine. The item will collect too much water, forcing the washing machine to spin excessively while it is running. To balance the load, add some other little laundry items to the drum.

2 - Check any pockets for loose things, such as coins or hairclips, that could cause damage or problems like delayed draining, increased noise, or extended cycle times or damage.

3 - Turn any zippered garments inside out to reduce noise, scratching to other garments in the drum, and to keep your items' colours.

4 - Do not overburden the machine; this may cause it to become unbalanced, which will impact the washing outcomes. When you've loaded all of your laundry into the drum, your hand should be able to fit comfortably into the top.

5 - When closing the door, make sure there are no laundry objects stuck between the door and the rubber gasket.

Is the childlock function activated?

Here's how to see if childlock is enabled on your Beko washing machine if it turns on but you can't use any of the buttons:

1 - When you push any button on your washing machine's digital display, it will display C ON, indicating that childlock is on.

2 - Press and hold the button or two buttons marked with the childlock padlock symbol for three seconds to switch off the childlock function.

3 - Childlock will now be disengaged, allowing the buttons to function once more.

Is the delay feature turned on?

If the delay option is turned on, your Beko washing machine will not start a cycle. If you need your washing machine to start right away, turn off the delay option. The instructions for setting and cancelling the delay feature can be found further below.

How to use your washing machine's delay feature

You can delay the start of your Beko washing machine's preset cycle for up to 24 hours. The following is a tutorial on how to use this feature:

1 - Start the washing machine. Select the chosen programme after loading the drum with any necessary detergent and softener.

2 - The Time Delay button, which is generally a clock logo, should be pressed. Refer to your product's handbook if you're not sure which button is the Time Delay button.

3 - Press the Time Delay button several times to lengthen the time your washing machine waits before starting.

4 - You can press the start button after you've set the desired wait time (The programme will not begin until the time has counted down).

5 - The time delay will be cancelled if you turn off the washing machine.

6 - Simply change the programme selection dial to another programme and then back to cancel the time delay.