Beko Washing Machine Error Code
E1 Error Code
Beko Washing Machine Error Code E1: This error code indicates that the washing machine has identified an NTC error. This indicates a problem with the machine’s thermistor wiring; you can check the thermistor to test the connection on Beko washing machines; it should register 4700 ohms at 25°C.
E2 Error Code
Beko Washing Machine Error Code E2: This error code indicates that there is a problem with the heater. This is most likely a wiring issue, which you may be able to resolve with the help of the instruction manual. However, I would recommend enlisting the help of an expert.
E3 Error Code
Beko Washing Machine Error Code E3: This error code is related to the washer’s heater once again, but this time it indicates that there is a steady stream of heat. You should inspect the heater’s control board relay, but this is something that should only be done by an expert.
E4 Error Code
Beko Washing Machine Error Code E4: This error code can indicate a variety of issues, but they all stem from the fact that your washing machine isn’t filling up with water.
This could be a simple issue with the door jamming, or it might be a more complicated issue with the water valve or wiring.
E5 Error Code
Beko Washing Machine Error Code E5: This error code indicates that the washing machine has a drainage problem, which could be caused by a variety of issues ranging from minor blockages in the pump filter to more severe difficulties with the control board. So, if you’re confused how to start, enlist the help of an expert.
E6 Error Code
E7 Error Code
Beko Washing Machine Error Code E7: This code indicates that there is a problem with the level sensor; one common warning sign is that the washing machine empties every time you try to start it. In certain situations, it may not even start a cycle at all, in which case a specialist will need to inspect the sensor to detect the issue.
E8 Error Code
Beko Washing Machine Error Code E8: The codes cover a wide range of concerns, but the most common one is your washing machine not filling up with water.
Because this code contains a wide range of potential issues, diagnosing it necessitates a number of tests, which should only be performed by a specialist.
E9 Error Code
Beko Washing Machine Error Code E9: The E9 error code indicates a problem with the door lock on the washing machine.
If there’s just a simple issue with the door, it might be reasonably straightforward to fix, but it may easily be a more involved operation as well. So, if you’re confused what to do or can’t pinpoint the issue, get professional help.
E10 Error Code
Beko Washing Machine Error: The code refers to the door once again, but this time it indicates that the washing machine has detected that the door is jammed in some way. However, this could be an internal problem that is difficult to resolve.
E11 Error Code
Fault: This code indicates that the washing machine has discovered a motor problem; however, because to its complexity, a technician will need to inspect it for you.
E18 Error Code
This last error code indicates that an unbalanced washing load was identified during a cycle; however, if your washing machine does not spin, the E18 error may also occur. Fortunately, merely stopping the cycle, reloading it, and restarting it should resolve the problem.
The Trouble Shooting
Beko Washing Machine Not Draining
If the water in your machine does not drain, you may have a problem with: Drain hose: make sure it’s not clogged, folded in half, or stretched too far.
This may be blocked by a filter. If you’re comfortable doing so, open the filter housing to inspect for dirt or clogs. However, be cautious that there may be water within the housing when you open it. You can use a tube to drain the water, or you can lay a container down to catch it and/or prepare a bundle of towels. Replace the filter after rinsing it.
It’s always worth consulting an engineer if you don’t feel comfortable dealing with any aspect of your washing machine’s operation.
Beko washing machine not spinning
The type and level of load you’ve placed within your machine could be a non-mechanical issue impacting its capacity to spin.
Avoid overloading or underloading your machine on a regular basis. Also, if this is a problem you frequently have, avoid washing heavy woollen items like towels in the same load as extremely light things.
If it doesn’t work, try removing the filter, rinsing it, and clearing away any debris that may be blocking it. When you open the drawer or door to access your filter, you risk allowing water to drain from the machine. Take the necessary actions to prepare for this.
Washing Machine Won’t Start
If your Beko washing machine won’t start, take these steps to reset it:
- Find the buttons for start, pause, and cancel.
- For around 3-5 seconds, press them all down at the same time.
You should now be able to use your machine again. If that doesn’t work, you’ll have to hire a professional engineer.
Beko washing machine stuck on cycle
Being stuck on cycle is one of the most prevalent Beko washing machine problems. Here’s where you might have a problem:
You may have set your machine to “hold wash” or “rinse hold” by accident.
You may have mistakenly selected a night cycle program, in which the machine starts to cycle after a delay.
If you’re certain that neither of these are the case, it’s possible that our old friend the filter is to issue. Locate it, remove it (as always, be prepared for any water that may be in the compartment), and clean out any stray hairpins, loose change, dirt, or the like that may be clogging it up. Rinse and replace as needed.
The door won’t open
If the door to your Beko washing machine won’t open, you could be in for a very messy situation. The first step is to double-check that your machine isn’t still full of water:
If the drum is full with water,
If there’s still some water inside, the fact that your door won’t open could be a safety precaution meant to keep you from getting a soggy kitchen or utility room.
For your own safety, there could be some dirt or detritus in the filter causing this mechanism to activate and prevent the door from opening!
If there is water in the drum, remove the filter (carefully, as water may be released by opening the housing), rinse it, and replace it as described above. This could be stopping your machine from draining and, as a result, your door from opening.
If the drum is empty of water,
This is when your Beko washing machine troubleshooting skills will come in handy, as there are several things that could go wrong:
Faulty pressure switch: the machine has a pressure switch that tells it when the cycle is finished. If your machine isn’t working, disconnecting it from the wall for 10 minutes should solve the problem. This will correctly reset it.
If that doesn’t work, it’s possible that your interlock is broken. Unless you have the necessary abilities and experience, diagnosing this condition is extremely dangerous.
You’ll probably need an engineer if the simple “on again, off again” approach doesn’t work. Otherwise, you’ll have to wedge or wangle the door open, which is a simple method to shatter it.
Faulty hinges on a top-loading washing machine: your washing machine’s lid hinges may have worn out. Even if you’ve accurately detected the problem, you’ll almost certainly require the services of a professional to replace them.