Beko Dishwasher Diagnoses – Understanding Your Error Codes
There is no doubt that your dishwasher is considered to be one of the most useful tools you’ve got, but like any tool, you have to be aware that there are things which can go wrong with it. We’re going to be taking a look at some of the most common Beko error messages which your machine can present you with so that you’re doing everything you can to be on top of things.
Learning Your System
It’s important to understand that one of the first things you can do to help your Beko machine is to run a test cycle. It’s an important part of looking after your dishwasher, and it provides you with a diagnostic of what’s gone wrong. Doing the test is easy – you make sure the machine is switched off, press and hold both the start and programme buttons, and then you’ll get all of the lights on your panel start to flash. You can find out which faults your system has just by the panel; otherwise you can do a test cycle.
We’re going to explore a handful of the standard Beko errors here, so you know what to look for.
No lights are what you want to aim for, because that symbolises no faults at all.
The first light along means that there’s a problem with the dishwasher not filling correctly before it times out — the second light along showcases a problem with the water sensor.
The third represents an issue with the water temperature, and if the first two are both lit, then it’s time to bring the machine into us at Just Fixed for some repairs. That’s because there’s a problem with the heating element, and you should make sure that you’re responsible and seeing a professional.