There are various reasons that your Beko washing machine might not be giving you the best results. Some of these are quite common and can potentially be solved without needing to get someone in to look at your washing machine. Read on for the most common causes of issues and how to fix them:
If the supply of water to your washing machine is too weak, this may cause issues such as extended cycle times. To test that your water supply is strong enough:
If your Beko washing machine’s water inlet hose has become kinked or twisted it may results in not enough water getting into the drum. To check if this is a problem:
To make sure it isn’t blocked or stuck. Just follow these steps:
If your Beko washing machine will not switch on, there could be an electrical fault. Here’s how to test that:
Overloading and even underloading your Beko washing machine can cause noise and drainage problems when you run a washing program. Here are some tips for correctly loading your machine to get the best results:
If your Beko washing machine will turn on but you can’t use any of the buttons, here’s how to check if childlock is on:
Your Beko washing machine will not start a cycle if the delay function is set. Cancel the delay function if you need your washing machine to start immediately. Instructions on how to set and cancel the delay function can be found here.
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